Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 15
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Historical show at LuVerne is dated Sunday LuVtrrw — The LuVerne Community Historical Exhibition is to be held Sunday in the high school from 2 to 5 p.m. The exhibition, sponsored by the history classes will follow the following format: The main antique display will be in the gym, old pictures and antique slides will be exhibited in the cafeteria, old books ant newspapers will be displayed in the Library and with weather permitting, old autos and a model steam engine will be exhi bited in the industrial arts shop Among the displays will be Indian artifacts shown by Ray Saxton of Hardy, antique automobiles shown by Elmer Dole and son of Irvington, a model steam engine shown by Leo Liohter of Algona, a display by the Humboldt County Historical Society and displays of individuals in LuVerne. To date, some of these displays include books, newspapers, watches, clothes, world war items, pictures, railroad time tables, lanterns and pictures, an old radio, etc. All displays will be at a safe distance from inquiring hands. We still have room for displays. If individuals or groups are interested please contact the school. Everyone is extended a special invitation to attend. No admission will be charged but contributions may be left to defray expenses of coffee and cookies. with hostesses Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, Mrs. Bryan Stewart, Mrs. William Goctsch. Roll call, verse from Hosea. Devo- ions, Myrtle Jordan, lesson, Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer. Mrs. Legler presided. Each circle nade, plans for the anniversary banquet March 24. Evening Star Circle was postponed a week to March 10. Tr ib u n c MISSIONARY SPEAKS Aid of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church met March 3 with Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman presiding. The Rev. R. T. Mueller led devotions, read scripture and offered prayer. Guest was Naomi Torkelson, missionary from India, who showed slides and gave a talk. Her sister, Mrs. Cecil Pedersen, RR2, LuVerne, was a guest. Mrs. Sherman Arends and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Jr., hostesses, served 47 guests. ATTEND FUNERAL The Bert Ramuses were in Decorah Wednesday for the funeral of her uncle, C. P. Seim, 78. Mr. Seim died suddenly Monday. Funeral services were held in the First Lutheran church and burial was in Lutheran cemetery. His wife survives and one brother, L. C. Seim, Decorah. CHURCH GROUP MEETS WSWS met March 3 at the E.U.B. church. Mrs. Albert Schneider presided. Mrs. An THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Mixed chorus to present variety show LuVerne — The mixed chorus of the LuVerne high school will present a spring variety show Monday night, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the school gym. The program will consist of folk songs, spirituals and popular tunes with a variety of dances included. The junior high will assist with the dancing. There is no admission charge and the public is invited to attend. Luella Blumer was a gu«st of her niece, Mrs. Elmer Schnek zer, at Guest Day of the Aid of the St. John's Lutheran church in Renwick. A man mission- Kindergarten Roundup begins here Monday ti was hostess. scnneiaer presided. Mrs. An- *-•: "V n i- •„ Vi,™^ =iiHo« drew Marty led devotions; andM"* of _ Bolivia showed . slides the lesson study assisted by sev- and S ave a **• eral members. Mrs. Edwin Hef- Mrs. Faye Liehty was ai week end guest of her son, the De Ray Lichtys, Mason City. She went for the funeral of Alvin ^u^c „«»», U.UB.,™ of Risvold Friday. Mrs Risvold Mrs. Marie Maass, LuVerne, has the former Maxine Perkins, is been listed on the dean's honor a niece of Mrs. Licnty. Le| Kris Hanselman left Monday Pre-school Kindergarten round-up will be held Monday, March 14th at 7:30 p.m. in the school lunch room. Please bring both the dental and physical forms along with the child's birth certificate to this meeting. Parents will receive the LuVerne School Kindergarten Handbook at this time. Please try to be in attendance. ATTEND FUNERAL The Edwin Hanselmans, Carl Hanselmans, LuVerne, Larry Andersons, Mankato, were in Clear Lake Friday for the funeral of Alvin Risvold at the Zion Lutheran church. Mr. Ris void, 50, died at Phoenix, Ariz hospital after several weeks ill ness. They lived at Clear Lake before moving a year ago - to Phoenix. Survivors include his ON HONOR ROLL Mabelle Maass, daughter WSCS CIRCLES MEET WSCS Circles met March 2. Circle 1 met with Mrs. Raymond Nelson. Roll call was answered with verse from Luke. Devotions, Mrs. Minnie Henderson, lesson, Mrs. Lucinda Stone. Mrs. Faye Liehty presided. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Harold Wolf. Roil call, verse from James. Devotions, Mrs. Alvin Weber, lesson, Mrs. Allen Blake. Mrs. Weber presided in absence of Mrs. Clif Bjustrom, surgica] patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Circle 3 met at the church oil at Westmar college, Mars. Shower given at LuVerne for recent bride LuVerne — A post nuptia shower was given Mrs. Jame Gray, the former Margo Stamp ka, at the LuVerne Town Hall Sunday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Hefti, Mrs.. Mrs. Tillie Lawrence Stoddard, wife the former Maxine Perkins Corwith, and one daughter living in Clear Lake. Also surviving are a brother Carvel Risvold, Corwith, two sisters Mrs. Glen Schulze, Bode, and Mrs. Don Anderson, Ruthven. SISTER IS DEAD Mrs. William Klawitter re were™ Sundav' cuests""of""the| wein, were weekend guests at ports the death of her sister, Brvce A WicketS MrMartin Joel Reding's. Cyndia and Tom Mrs. W. C. Nahsenn, 58, Jeffer- i ? former superintendent of Erpelding are living with the son. Mrs. Nahsenn, the former a former supenntenaent 011 ^ Re | ings to complete their Helene Kanning, of Churdan Miller and school year in LuVerne. Their had been ill three months and er, Patti Erpelding, at a was hospitalized at Iowa City Th« B after her semester break for Ames. E. Martini, Newell,! The William Erpeldings, Oel » Luve school Mrs Bernard ' Scott Dodee visited '' Lena Hinz. City beauty school, was and Jefferson. Funeral I also a guest. I were held Feb. 28 at Jefferson ina HinZ euo\7 a gw^u^. *» «* -w ..«»« - — ~. —~ — Th« Larrv Kublvs Lake Citv The Edwin Hanselmans, Carl Survivors include her husband Minn came to visit his par- Hanselmans, Otto Jagels, and a daughter Myra, and a son ents the Melvin Kublvs He is Keith Vosses attended a dinner Keith, at home. Also surviving buildine thl new home of h s in Bode Sunday. It was a group are a brother Otto Kanning in north part of Lu from the Immanuel Lutheran and three sisters Mrs. Emm is Song S finishing church of Livermore for Luth- Seil, Churdan; Mrs Mary Ab •" '' wood'work. Mrs. Kubly and eran insurance. .... '. ... i . n mAmf Alt* Ma bas, Latimer, and Mrs. Klawi children are visiting her t,roth-| Mrs. Alta Madden Cedar R* ter, LuVerne. or frhP Darvl Rushers Corwith pids, came Sunday to visit her — and smaU son ™S' KuoWis sister Mrs. Alma Madden. Mrs. | SORORITY _OFFICER Dwight Savage, Mrs. Bill Wickett, Mrs. Ed Elbert, Mrs 1 .; Harold Meyer and Mrs. Harold Wolf. About 40 were in attendance. Corsages were presented to Mrs. Gray, her mother Mrs. ohn Stampka and grandmoth- r Mrs. Stoddard. Readings were given by Mrs. Elbort and Mrs. Wickett followed by bingo. Mary Black and Mary Paul, Fort Dodge, helped open gifts. Mrs. William Meyer Otho, was an out of town guest classmate of the bride. Margo Stampka, daughter o the John Stampkas, LuVerne and James Gray, son of the Ralph Grays, Shenandoah, were married Feb. 18 in a Methodist church in Sioux Falls, S.D. Attendants were the Dwight Savages, LuVerne, a cousin, of the bride. Mrs. Gray is employed at the telephone company in Algona, and he is a salesman out of Algona. They are living in Algona after a trip. 'jercrt Nerems, Corwith. Jack Renti, Britt, visited iunday with his sister, Mrs. Lydia Lund. The James Mallorys were Saturday and Sunday guests of the Rev. Worthie Ushers in Ida Irove. Guests Saturday of the Henry Kublys were their daughter, the Edwin Martys, Corwith, and daughter the Judean Welhas Randall. The Welhas came Fri day for the weekend. The Henry Kublys and Mrs. Lester Smith were Thursday guests .of the Sanford Andersons in Renwick. They did quilting. The Roland Lenzes and their daughter-in-law, Mrs. James Lenz, formerly Suzie Blake, left Friday for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., for the weekend with their son James Lenz in basic training there. William Schultz, Humboldt Miller, visited his nephew the Gerald Mrs. Ramuses Sunday. .He .came to s,ee the-.tw.in" daughters, Lori and Lisa born Feb.. 3 to the Ra- muses. LuYtrne youth lo study medicint ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE— 1 ^ ____ ____ . . _ ... _ __^il* SCHOOL GETS $11,830 LuVtrn* — The LuVerne Community School recently received approval under Title I Elementary Secondary Edtica- Act ,i; medial WANT AD If Rill Hlf son of the Rev. and Mrs. S. Hindman, LuVerne, has been accepted at the university oi Iowa college of medicine with the 1966 starting class of 120 _ _ --students in September. Keith, CARD OF THANKS - We wish a junior, will receive a B.A. to thank the Firemen of Lu- from Westmar after his first Verne : and neighbors and fri- year. His wife, Marjie, lUtM; I »^ - "" w — -- — o- - - 1QA , ends for helping save our other buildings when our barn burned j ~». , „ , DUHCiinga Wllcii uui uain uini«»»»» graduate of Westmar, teaches down FeD 27. Thanks to all for vocal and instrumental music tne ne lp K. L. Kohlhaas. 20* at Westfield and plans to teach — —in the Iowa City area next year. SINGER in beautiful console ca- Keith's father, a Westmar grad- binet, like new. With forward uate, is serving the Evangelical and reverse stitching, zig-zag United Brethren church in Lu sewing, buttonhole making, mo- Verne. There were 1000 appli- nogramming and fancy stitch decants to enter medical school signs with attachments, fully gw- this fall. aranteed. Eight payments of $4.89 or will discount for cash; The William Grefnes, Hum- May be seen in your area. Write oldt, visited the Fred W. Credit Manager, 6726 Elliot Ave., oetsches Friday noon. (Richfield, Minn. 55423 18-20 MIX or MATCH Over 1,000 colors to select from with our Hank's Custom Color System. Mixed in minutes while you wait. Lawson Hardware LuVerne, Iowa with an aunt, the. Marvin Mey- g ers, east of LuVerne. Mrs. Melvin Kubly had her Canasta club Thursday. Mrs. L. C. Wittmeier, high, Mrs. Harmon, low. Fay Alta Madden has lived 15 years Raeann Brink, daughter of In'Ce'dar'"Rapiti'sl with rie'^'-afeed the" Allyn Brinks," LuVerne, was The Jerry Schnetzers moved March 5 to Churdan where he has secured employment for the season on a farm. Canasta 8 met Monday with Mrs. John 0. Cox. Guests were mis. Junu \j. V^UA. uucaw WGIC * - , „___ Mrs. Arthur Dimler and Mrs. 1 former LuVerne farmers. mother who died last October recently elected corresponding at the age of 95. Her two sons secretary by the Beta Kappa and a daughter went to Cedar chapter of Delta Zeta society at Rapids to assist :her in moving Ames. She is a junior majoring back to her former home in in home economics. Ringsted. Mrs. Edward Behnkendorf, Bradgate, had surgery at the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge | Livermoi^Co-op. Monday. The Behnkendorfs are " ! The Alvin Kellings, Goldfield, were Sunday guests of the Henry Ktiblys: «'«•"-*'•• *- -' *• -• v Mrs. Lydia Lund was visited Tuesday by her daughter, t" Phone TU 2-3251 if Ritchie Hog Haterers if Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD PBumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD GRAND OPENING New BAMBOO LOUNGE FUBAt, MUCH11 it IdKEME 1 1c BEER - LUNCH • LIVE MUSIC - YOU ALL COME! WALLY JAN HANK 11 Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touch in MINNEAPOLIS "19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heating Restaurant Room service Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool Conveniently located to shops and airport BOILEVARD CONGRESS MOTEL 5637 Lyndalt Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minnesota Phone 612 TA 5-4488 On U. S. Hwys. 65 & 35W. 3 miles North Int. 494 Eli Eager. At play, Mrs. Dimler low and Mrs. Duane Neal high. Mrs. Ernest Meyer had her 500 card club March 1. Guests were Mrs. Amelia Hanselman and Mrs. Carl Brown of St. Benedict. High Mrs. Eli Eager and low Mrs. Brown." Mrs. Doris Kimzey concluded her winter vacation with her daughter, the Bryce A. Wick- etts. They took her to her home in Milo recently. The Herman Vaudts, Whittemore, visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lydia Lund. Mrs. Audrey Sunday attended Baumgartner the Golden at the wedding open house First Baptist church, Algona for the Clarence Priebes. LuVerne Methodist Rev. ft. A. •ieMmeycr LuVerne Thursday, March 10 7:15 p.m. — Senior Choi practice. Saturday, March 12 10:30 a.m. — Youth Member- I ship class. Sunday, March 13 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 11 a.m. — Worship Service. Monday, March 14 3:45 p.m. — Junior Choir practice. Wednesday, March 16 7 a.m. — MYF Lenten break- ast. 7:30 p.m. — Union Lenten in he Methodist Church. United Brethren LuVerne Evangelical Rev. Ralph S. Hindman LuVerne Our Union Lenten Service is Wednesday evening, 7:30 at Zion Church. Rev. Roy Bies&ney- er will preach. The Boys and Girls Fellowship will sing sev eral choruses. Friday, March II 7:30 p.m. — Our Youth Fel lowship is sponsoring a rollei skating party at Algona. Sever al youth groups have been invi ted. Families are invited also Sunday, March 13 10 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. — Youth Fellow ship will meet. The David Traugers, Ames isited Tuesday and Wednesday vith their parents the Harold 'raugers and Carl Hanselmans. Guests Thursday at Harold Ristau's were their daughter ilary Ann, Mrs. Kenneth Steil- man and Julie Ann, Marshall, Minn., and her friend, Mrs. Karen Longsted and Dona, Bode. J hilip Fouarge, Livermore, fa- her of Mrs. Ristau, came with hem. The Jerald Millers, Sargent, Minn., visited Sunday with her grandfather, Fred Hinz in the Earl John home. They spent the weekend in Algona with her mother the Robert Dean Bowmans. The Elmer Kublys, son Dale, his friend David Metzer, Rockton, 111., were Sunday guests of Mrs. Kubly's brother, the Orville Andersons, Corwith. Adult confirmation took place Wednesday evening after the weekly Lenten service in the Zion Ev. Lutheran church with the Rev. R. T. Mueller officiating. Confirmed and received as members were the Lowell Tho- mases and Mrs. John Bierstedt. The R. C. Wallines had as weekend guests the Eldon Ho- seks, Fairfax, and James Cook, MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series 2865 Hiqh Team Game Prior Skelly 1001 High individual Series H. Swanson 556 High Individual Game H. Swanson 223 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Beauty Shop 2301 High Team Game Traugers High Individual Series Betty Hansen 807 517 High Individual Game Marilyn Zentner 197 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series LuVerne Co-op. 277i High Team Game Zentner's 98( High Individual Series Bob Barber 59 High Individual Game Bob Barber 22 LIVING ROOM 72 H — «f>» ">,':•>. A COOLER 68 FOR KITCHEN •70* FOR FAMILY DINING II All! PERSONALIZED HUH WARMTH 68'' OR COOLER FOR SLEEPING •• '•..'...•.', J'si ELECTRIC HOME HEAT at an even lower rate of Adel. The William Meyers, Otho, visited Sunday at his sister, Mrs. Lillian Selby's, and with heir mother, Mrs. Laura Meyer, Ames, who was visiting here. The Walter Bierstedts, their son the John Bierstedts, attended the farm sale of Brvin Ruhnke north of Whittemore Friday. Mr. Ruhnke is a brother of Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. David Megier of Roekton, 111., was a weekend guest of Dale Kubly at the parental Elmer Kubly's. . They are classmates at Ames. THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Dawson's 218 High Team Game Dawson's 748 Hinh Ir.tiividual Series Bud Dawson 592 Virginia Sornson and Kay Henderson 461 High Individual Game Bud Dawson 254 Joan Nielson. 189 per kilowatt hour A COZY 74' FOR THE BATH lets you have exact temperature you want in each room by use of individual room thermostats SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Nielsen's 55 33 Goetsch's 48 40 Blake's 37 51 Lawson's 36 52 High Team Series Nielsen's 2167 High Team Game Nielsen's 808 High Individual dene* Kathy C. 493 Bill H. 483 High Individual Game Botty H. 191 o o 65' FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 70 IN BABY'S NURSERY Gene C. 192 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 LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 JF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 * Amounts to an average of 1514 cents of heating cost per season for each square foot of living area. For example, a home with 1,000 square feet would cost an average of $155 to heat electrically during 9 normal winter. Iowa Public Service ¥» Company

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