Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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O.E.S. school at livermore Ltvtrmore — The School of Instruction for the Order of Eastern Star was held in the local chapter room, Thursday-afternoon Feb. 24 with Mrs. Darwin Hauswirth of Havelock as the instructor. Preceding the school, an 11 .o'clock luncheon was served at the Methodist church by members of the Past Matrons club for the Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson, and their officers and guests. Courtesy candidates for the school in the afternoon were Mrs. Bill Wilson and Mrs. Nor man Scott. Others taking part were Mrs. John Cox of LuVerne, Mrs. Burrell Smith and Mrs. Herb Raney. Evening courtesy candidates were Mr. and Mrs. Al Denny of Klemme, brother of Mrs. Carlson. Preceding the evening's opening, a gift was presented to the instructor Mrs. Hauswirth, and she was also honored with a ceremony with the theme of Light, Love and Joy represented by a lamp, heart and harp. Mrs. Earle Armstrong also gave a musical reading. BROTHER BREAKS HIP Mrs. J. C. Kelly received word last week that her broth- TOP SIX BOWLING W L K.C. 59 41 Pioneer 56 44 Pete's Garage 56 44 Smith Lumber 49 51 Vote's Place 47 53 Livermore Lanes . 35 65 High Individual Game Ervin Mertz 237 Leo Bormann 221 er, Grego Neubauer of ftock Island* had fallen while visiting at the home of a niece in Moine, ill., and has broken his lip. He was taken to a Moline lospital where he will be confined for some weeks. Visitors In the Guy Rahey dome Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sweeney of Britt and their daughter 1 and husband, newlyweds, Mir. and Mrs. Donald Oujuri of Cedar Rapids. Tribune THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 196* PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA (low.) ADVANCE-3 Ervin Mertz ._ 205 Hiqh Individual Series Ervin Mertz 634 Leo Bormann 575 Clarence Myers .._ 543 High Team Series Smith Lumber 2587 Pete's Garage 2522 Pioneer 2425 High Team Game Smith Lumber 876 Pete's Garage 875 Smith Lumber 863 Mr. and Mrs.' Karl Boessler visited Sunday in the home of their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Palmer at Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Linn of Lake Park, former residents, attended the Eastern Star School of Instruction Thursday evening. Auxiliary at / Livermore gets "thank yous" Livermore — The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Monday evening with 14 members answering roll call. The President, Mrs. Richard Me Kenna conducted the business meeting. It was voted to again subscribe to "The lowan" for the Livermore school as they have done for the past several years, and to also sponsor the annual Poppy Poster contest for which prizes are awarded with grades 4 thru 8 participating. A letter was read from Stanley Klein of St. Joe who is stationed in the air force in Viet Nam, thanking the Auxiliary for the Christmas box he received and also describing the country and various things they were doing. Another letter of thanks was ead from Thomas Colwell who s stationed on the ship U.S.S. Coomtz for the Christmas box le received. A thank you note rom Mrs. Richard McKenna 'as read thanking the auxiliary or the blankets given to them 'ollowing the fire at their lome. Cards were the evenings intertainment which was in harge of Mrs. Clarence Eisen- jarth and lunch was served by Mrs. Richard Thul and Mrs. Ray Zeimet. nd Patron. Other Chapters represented were Garner, Renwick, Rolfe, Gilmore City, Humboldt and Lake Park. A social hour followed the meeting and lunch was served by Mrs. Hartly Mackintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Mrs. Jerry Wolf, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill and Mrs. Norman Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Billy F«ntl and family of Minnesota Lake, Minn, were visitors Sunday in the parental Richard Ferstl and Luther Butler homes. Mrs. Karl Bowler and her Much interest here in historical exhibits The people of LuVerne and surrounding community are urged to remember the Community Historical Exhibition Sunday, March 13, from 2 to 5 p.m. Thus far, much interest has been shown and many interesting displays are already planned. DOMINO LEAGUE W K.O. Hardware 68 Sawyer's 65 American Legion __ 64 Dick's 52 Town Tavern „_ 50 Andersen Motors __ 49 Livermore Oil Co. _ 45 Livermore St. Bank 43 Mike's Service Gar. 40 Schmidts ._. 16 L 32 35 36 44 50 43 55 57 56 84 High Individual Series Myron May 534 Dutch Armstrong 533 Lyle Nelson 53 High Indivdual Game Myron May 229 Ray Zeimet 21: Dutch Armstrong 201 High Team Series K.O. Hardware 2522 Sawyer's _ 2457 American Legion 2233 High Team Game K. O, Hardware 882 Sawyer's 852 K.O. Hardware 824 NEW!! MAVERICK JEANS... NEVER NEED IRONING ! ! BIRTHDAY PARTIES Mrs. J. C. Kelly was honored at two parties for her. birthday. On Monday evening the following ladies came to her home, bringing the lunch and a birthday cake: Mrs. Corniel Smith, Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Mrs. Henry Monson, Mrs. Milt Bergum and Chick Monson. Canasta was the evening's entertainment and these ladies including Mrs. Kelly were the first members of the present Canasta club. On Saturday afternoon Miss Florence Altman entertained the following ladies at her home' in honor of Mrs. Kelly's birthday: Mrs. Grace Anderson, Mrs. Hattie Miller, Mrs. Ernie Logue, flrs. Jacob Michelson, Mrs. Dora tronbach and Mrs. Corniel truth. Canasta was played and unch served by the hostess. daughter Mrs. Dean James of Renwick attended a matinee performance of the Fort Dodge Civic Glee Club Musical Varieties for 1966 one afternoon last week. Mrs. Joe Sanders went to Ft. Dodge Friday evening to spend a few days in the home of her son and family, the Joe Sanders. Eighteen get student speech ratings Feb. 26 Eighteen Division I ratings were received by LuVerne Community High School students in District Speech Contest at Bode Saturday, February 26. Contestants and ratings received were as follows: Interpretive Prose—Cindi Rugg I, Norma Heinen I, Kris Meyer II; Interpretive Poetry—Earl Will I, Henry Schnakenberg I, Mary Hanselman II; Humorous Declamation—Earl Will I, Lenard Johns I, Becky Watts II; Dramatic Declamation—Linda Rugg, I, Kathy Shaw I; Oratorical Declamation—Rick Hersbergen I, Doug Nelson I, Gerald Sill II; Radio—Coleen Johns I, Luana Leek I, Bart Selby II; Original Oratory—Dawn Lindebak I, Jane Hanselman I, Zelda Witzell II; Expository Address—Elaine Materials already gathered include: old newspapers from. Lu Verne, World War I and II memorabilia, old pictures from LuVerne and Area (including pictures of Main Street of Al- gona'during the blizzard of 1915), clothing, books, two antique automobiles if weather permits, Indian relics, household items, and a display by the Humboldt County Historical Society. There is still room for dis plays and interested individuals or groups can make arrangements for entering by filling in a form taken from a downtown poster, contacting a member of the Junior or Sophomore class or by contacting Dennis Holn> es. The Robert Mitchells, Mason City, have a daughter, Julie Ann, born Feb. 21. Mrs. Mitchel is the former Wanda Jane Hef ty, daughter of the Jack Heftys They visited the daughter and baby Saturday. Pvt. Henry Schnetier returned Sunday to McGuire air force base, New Jersey. He had been in service at Frankfurt, Germany, when he was called home by the death of his mother, Mrs. George Schnetzer recently. Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, the Vernon Egglestons, __LuVerne, Charles Nygaards, Wesley, Bob Chambers, Corwith, and Beulah and Doris Eggleston, Des Moi- Wonten's Slacks $4.98 Knee Pants $3.98 Stretch Jeans $5.98 Stretch Knee Pants $4.50 MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE Schnakenberg I, Daryl' Trauger" I, Connie Hefty II; After Dinner Speaking—Gretchen Zentner I, Rita Patterson II, Kathy Shaw II; Story Telling—Linda Rugg I; Play Reading—Delores Eggleston, Kris Merriam, Gretchen Zentner, Bart Selby, Gerald Sill II. Contestants receiving Division I ratings will advance to state contest competition. Mrs. Anita Walters coached individual entrants and Dennis Holmes directed the play reading group. The following ladies went to he home of Mrs. Henry Siatern 'riday afternoon to spend the fternoon with her: Mrs. Ernie .ogue, Mrs. Hattie Miller, Mrs. Itherington, Mrs. Louise Gronbach, Mrs. J. C. Kelly and Mrs. acob Michelson. Lunch was wrought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Pine River, Minn, visited with rela- ives last week while enroute lome from an R.E.A. conven- ;ion at Las Vegas. Mr. Peterson s on the board of directors at Brainerd, Minn. They visited his sister, Mrs. Richard McKenna and his mother, Mrs. Da Jarlis who is visiting in the McKenna home. They also visited Mrs. Peterson's father, Tom McKenna who is at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge They were accompanied home by a cousin of Mr. Peterson's, Mrs. Hock of Scottsdale, Ariz. Visiting members were Mrs. Frank Fellows of Milford, Grand Organist, Lee Mover of Wilton Junction, Grand Committeeman, and Frank Fellows, Home Board President and Past Gra- A farewell was held Friday evening at the town hall for the Kenneth Greens who are moving to St. Benedict. In charge of the farewell were the Gordon Gregorys and Milton Wilhelms with all the neighbors invited. 500 was* played with the Bob Wills receiving high and Kenneth Green and Mrs. Joe Putzstuck, low. The William Goetsches were in Sioux City Friday Where Mrs. Goetsch saw a doctor. They visited that evening in Ida nes, attended the golden wedding of the Albert Ruppels Sunday in the First Methodist church in Webster City. Mrs. Ruppel is^a sister,,of the. 1 ; late George A. Eggleston of Lu Verne. Marvin Maass, teacher in Og den, and brother Robert Maass, student at Westmar college, Le Mars, were weekend guests of their mother Mrs. Marie Maass. Dennis Zweifel has returnee to Moline, 111., where he is em ployed by Deere and Co. He came home for national air guard duty. While here he became ill and had surgery at the hospital at Britt. The Ben Heftys returned Thursday from a vacation trip. They visited his sisters the Lyle Billings, Kansas City, Mo., the Dennis Albrights, Abilene, Texas, and his brother Pvt. Gary Hefty in basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Gerald Ramus and Billy visited Sunday in Des Moines with his father, Arthur Ramus, surgical patient in a hospital there. Mrs. Betty West, Lynwood, Calif., came Thursday guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Myrtle r Emil Hansen in Phoenix, <\riz. enroute home. They expect to be away a month. Mrs. Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge, was a guest Thursday of ier aunt, the Chas. Hinzes. She ,vas on her way to Fairmont and from there to Marshall, Vlinn. to attend a wedding of her cousin Saturday. Mrs. Emery and cousin, Mrs. Louis Warner, Fairmont, will leave Monday for a vacation in Texas, New Mexico and California. Gordon Harmon visited Wednesday with his sister, the Mer rill Heftys, Ottosen. The Dwayne Tobeys were weekend visitors with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling. Mrs. Walter Ruger had surgery Saturday at the Britt hospital. The Bamboo Lounge has moved across the street in the building that was formerly the LuVerne Pharmacy. Watch in your next week's paper for the grand opening. Mrs. Sophia Lenz, Garner, was a weekend visitor of her daughter, the John Schnaken- bergs. Joel Mueller, son of the Rev. Muellers, is one of 40 boys in the Concordia Academy glee lub. They are on a week's tour )y bus. They stay at night in he homes of parishers. Towns ncluded in the tour are Den- tiison, Boone, Davenport, Illinois, Michigan, Plainview, Winona and Hutchinson, Minnesota. Joel is a junior at the Concordia Academy at St. Paul. John Wickett, son of the Bryce Wicketts, returned Friday from Ames where he is a 'reshman. He is on a quarter break. Sunday, John and two Dozen LuVerne students get top ratings On Feb. 19, 6th, 7th and 8th graders from the LuVerne school participated in the solo and ensemble contest held in Mason City. The following ratings were her parents, the Thees Schna- received: Superior — Layne Lindebak Heather Brainerd, Judy Jergen sen, Robert Blake, Diane Pat terson, Teresa Pedersen, Roger Heinen, Larry Casey, Linda Wil helm, Doug Marty, Danny Block, Kathy Trauger. Excellent — Beverly Nelson Galen Crank; Cindy Erpeldine Di>ane Pergande, Jennifer Wil- elm, Jane Schnetzer, Rusty irainerd. Woodwind ensemble — Cindy Efpelding and Diane 'ergande. Good — Linda Calkins, Mari Rae Merriam, Carla Hansen and 'om Merriam. High school band members >vill participate in a solo and nsemble contest on March 25 and 26. The concert band and stage band will also present a :oncert later this spring. The Paul Will*, Det Mo i net, ivere Sunday guests of his mo- Lher, Mrs. Theresa Assing. Mrs. Shirfoy Stringer, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Theresa Ass- ng. They were Sunday guests of their brother the Bob Wills. Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge, Visited Monday with the Chas. Hinzes and Harold Ristaus. Henry Pergahde was a Fri day evening supper guest at the home of the Walter Bicrstedts. After supper guests came in to surprise Mr. Pergande for his birthday. Guests included the August Pergandes, Mrs. Bertha Schipull, Harold Schipull, Free Pergande, John Hansons and Ernest Meyers. WANT AD 'or best quality at lowest cos try our "Hanks" paint. You WILL be satisfied. Lawson Har dware, LuVerne 882-3370. Jig discount on oil space heaters and snow blowers. Lawson Hardware, LuVerne. classmates left for Haekensaek Minn., for a week at his father's cabin. The Bill Garrisons, Humboldt were-. Friday, guests of Jhe .- Al bert Schneiders. The Thees Schnakenbergs at tended the silver wedding Sunday of her cousin, the Irvin Koppens, Lakota. Mrs. Schnakenberg was an attendant at the wedding. The Auxiliary will meet Mar. 7. Hostesses will be Mrs. Cecil Wattes and Mrs. Allen Blake, and entertainment is by Mrs. Bert Ramus and Mrs. Bill Hardcopf. Word was received Saturday by the John Pergandes of the serious illness of her uncle, Ted Martell, Gushing, Minn. He is n the Little Falls hosoital. The Thees Scihnakenberga and John Schnakenbergs attended the 25th wedding of the Art Leeks Sunday at Algona. David Mueller, student at Ames, is visiting a week with his parents, the Rev. Muellers. A fraternity brother also is visiting. Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Mrs John Hanson, Mrs. Chas. Han selman and Mrs. Les Calkins attended the World Day of Pra yer Friday at Trinity Lutheran in Algona. " : :enbe,rg.,,is,,,,.., quarter break from Ames wit! Vew and used washers am dryers, gas and electric ran es at Lawson Hardware, Li Verne. STRIKES MONDAY NIGHT LIAOUl M'«»t team Strict rior's Skelly ___^—_—+_ 2708 Htofc T »»m Gair>« .y livermore Co-op. ._i—_ 960 ":«h Individual Series i. Calkins . .„___ 598 u: "H Individual Gam* ,. Calkins '—~— 225 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Team Series Traugers 2169 Team Gam* Beauty Shop . _~_L__ 750 '~S Individual Series Bettv Hmsen !:__ 482 Hiqh Individual Gam* Carmen Nielson _____^1__- 185 :ARD OF THANKS — we wish to thank all our friends, neighbors, and relatives for all he help and kindness shown before and after the death of my wife and our mother. George Schnetzer and girls Mr. and Mrs. David Zittritsch Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merkle Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schnetzer Pvt. George H. Schnetzer WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE M:~K T>am Seriet LuVerne Co-oo. _ r ..i__^ 2887 M:~H T.« m Gam* J LuVerne Co-op. '•-— __.-1042 u:~i< individual Scries Bob Barber _~___:— 607 W'- 1 ' Individual Gam* Bob Barber _—._, ;__- 224 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Humboldt _________ 61 27 Zentner 49% 34% >aww>ns 45 39 ^:ardcoi>fs 43 45 orwith Welding •___ 40 44 Sronbach DX 35Vfe 52V. Robinson - 34Vfe 53Vfe u:-i» T-»rn Series Corwith Welding _. .— 2136 W'-A T«»m Gam* brwith Welding 744 H:~h ir.ciividual Series Hem Stripling — _— 550 Betty Hansen _„:____ 520 w=«K IrJividual Gam* Skio Nielson-—.-. _•___ 217 Betty Hansen and Joan Nielson v—•-:--; 193 SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like. new. With forward and reverse stitching, zig-zag sewing, buttonhole making, monogramming and fancy stitch de< signs with attachments, fully guaranteed. Eight' payments of $4.89 or will discount for ca? May be seen-in your area. Write Credit Manager, 6726 Elliot Ave. Richfield, Minn. 55423. 18-20' SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Hiqh Team Series Nielsen's l__:_.:_±-_____ 2212 High Team Gam* Nielsen's _i_.l__.._________ 781 H'nh Individual Series Jack Me _ —— 549 Betty H. 492 Mian Individual Gam* N. Watts l^_-:.__—________ 192 R. Legler '_: ____-__„___ 190 1; FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR Grove with the Rev. Worthie Ushers. Mrs. Richard Lanns and Sandra, Fort Dodge, visited Wednesday to Friday with her parents, the Harry Naffzigers. Mr. Lanns was in Beloit, Wis. on business for Iowa Beef Packers, Fort Dodge, where he is a foreman. Sunday guests of Mrs. Alma Madden were Mrs. Ella Nelson, Mabel Homann and brother, Roy Homann, Ringsted. Other guests were her daughter, the James Mallorys. The Ralph Stolls were guests Sunday of her sister, the Elmer Hutchinsons, Eagle Grove. The Fred Merklts were in Des Moines Thursday for the funeral of Walter New, 50, Lost Island. He was a brother of Mrs. Earl Lehmann, sister-in- law of Mrs. Fred Merkle. The mother, Mrs. Belle Rock, also survives. The Julius Gramenies, D«* Moines, were Saturday overnight guests of his brother, Eric Gramenz, and sister, Mrs. Clara Baumgartner. They were en- route home from visiting a daughter in Minneapolis. Mrs. Clif Bjustrom, p«tient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, since Feb. 22, had surgery there Monday. Her address is 2nd floor, Room 260. Guests Sunday at Ray Agard's were their daughter Linda and friend Cecil Korslund, Ft. Podge, and the Stanley Reidels, 1 Rowan. Eggleston, Mrs. Gordon Davidson, near Good Hope, is a medical patient at the hospital at Britt. Mrs. Laura Meyer, employed at university in Ames, is home for the semester break. Sunday Mrs. Meyers, her daughter Mrs. Lillian Selby, Dana, Donnie and Barbara, visited in Adel with Mrs. Eunice Meyer. The Clarence Nielsens had as guests Thursday her sister, the Art Wieses, Algona. Mr. Wiese just returned from Greenland where he was employed since July 1965. The Clarence Nielsens were Sunday guests of her sister the Art Wieses in Algona. Othei guests were Mrs. Wiese's daug hter, the Frank Pruismanns Blarisburg, and her sister, the Harold Davises, • Mason City Monday Mrs. Davis and the Wie ses left for a vacation trip west In Uyermpre, Calif., Mrs. Da vis will visit her son Rober Carstensen. In Los Angeles th Mrs. Lyle Powell, Medelia, Minn., spent Friday and Saturday with her mother Mrs. Clara McClellan. Shawn Corinne, infant daugh ter of the James Browns, Fort Dodge, was baptized at Zion Lutheran, Feb. 20. Edward Bristow and Mrs. Larry Day were sponsors. Mrs. Brown is the daughter of the Richard Bris^ tows. The Clem Striplings took leir daughter Jennifer, to the niversity of Iowa hospita Monday. She will be there bout a month. The John Schnakenbergs am farold Juhls, Garner, returne< iVednesday from three weeks visiting in Florida. Fellowship club met Sunday .t the Lutheran church with 3 members and 2 guests. A bus" ness meeting was held and tw ilms were shown. The Thee chnakenbergs and Fred Ichneiders served the lunch. The Fay Harmons, Gordon -larmon and friend Linda Me Vay, Humboldt, spent the weekend with the daughter and sister, the Ben Seipkers, Des Moines. women will visit their brother Otto Hansen, and also a broth i)i sen n i n HAM: -ON FEED - SEED - FERTILIZER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9 Phone TU 2-3251 if Ritchie Hog Haterers if Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing ft Healing WAYNE SANFORD ilium LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday UVernt, low* Phone TU 2-3298 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 Door Prizes One Drawing at Noon and Another at Close of Business FEED, SEED & FERTILIZER REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE PRESENT ALL DAY. &DONUTS $2 plus 5% Discount on Each Ton of Fertilizer $1 plus 5% Discount on Each Ton of Food or Bag of Seed, "IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US NEXT WEDNESDAY" 10% DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR FERTILIZER PURCHASE UNTIL PUNTING TIME IN SPRINB! LUVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR E. A. GUESS, M«n»ger

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