Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 12
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move to Illinois after sale Livermore Mr. and Mrs. Danny Insko and 3 boys will be moving next month to Roscoe, HI. where they have bought a home having had a closing out sale last Saturday. Danny will be associated with the Del Insko Stables, Inc. in nearby Beloit, where the Inskos train and raise race horses. Mr. and Mrs. Insko have lived on the Insko farm north of town since their marriage, living first in' the tenant house and it is where his father, Mark Insko first started training race horses, moving to Beloit a few years ago and establishing the present Stable Farm. The farm north of town has been sold to Francis Erpelding. There will be a pot luck supper and farewell party for the Inskos at the Legion Hall April 2nd. LEGION AUXILIARY The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Monday evening with 13 members and 3 officers answering roll call. The president, Mrs. Richard McKenna, conducted: the business meeting and it was decided to again send a girl to Girls' State at Cedar Falls. Jean Kaiser is the candidate with Trudy Rossing as alternate. Plans were discussed for having a farewell pot luck supper .for Mr. and Mrs. Danny Insko and boys who are moving to Roscoe, 111. next month. It was voted to sell tickets for hours to be given away the evening of April 2nd. Card Bingo was the evening's entertainment and was in charge of Mrs. Allan Foth, Mrs. Ona by Karl Boessler and Mrs. Beers. Lunch was served Mrs. Clarence Wherling, Mrs. Johanna Smith and Mrs. Jacob Michelson. NEW DAUGHTER A girl, Lisa Marie, weighing 7 Ibs. 6Va oz. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Becker at Iowa City, March 16. This makes the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Pete> Becker of St. Joe. hoon.. A 1 1:50 w.as Served MM at fcafds Mr*. Jim. Bofitiftftfi received| Mgh prize, M*s. Ettwih Ver sWg sete- ond high and Mr*. Basil Brock lotv. Mrs. ferotk attd Mrs. Ned Bobach were guests. Mr. and Mr*. Marviy Zeman of Dakota City Were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Her parents the Jack Vaughn's. Mr. Zeman is the news editor of the Humboldt papers. The Neighborhood Card Club met at the home of Mrs. Henry Groh Tuesday afternoonj A 2 o'clock luncheon was served and at cards Mrs, Bill Wilson Won high prize, Mrs. Hartxld Gjerstad low and Mrs. Julius Becker travel. Mrs. Raymond Graaf is the new member of the club, taking the place of Mrs. Wm; Erpelding who moved to Oelwein last month. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dottier and David went to Iowa City:on Friday and visited until Sunday evening in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Louis Dolder and children. Federated Clubs meet March 29 at Livermore Livermore — The Humboldt County Federated Clubs will meet in Livermore Tuesday, March 29 at the Methodist church with registration at 9 o'clock a.m. The" Twentieth Century club of Liyermore will be the hostess cYuTv Mrs." Wayne Miller of Humboldt, county chairman,, will preside at the meeting. The clubs will be celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of the State Federation of Clubs. The noon luncheon will also be served at the Methodist church. Tribune 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH H 1966 Twenty-three to kindergarten here next fall Twenty-three youngsters will begin kindergarten next fall in the LuVerne schools. They are George Altman, Rebecca Ann Bernhard, Vicki Baumgartner, LeRoy Calkins, Bruce Carroll, Marilyn Casey, Diana Carroll, Sharon Casey, Christy Col well, Ann Elbert, Biaine Hefty, Michael Hinz, Leonard Hinz, James Jenkinson, Wayne Kaiser, Jeanria Krause, Billy Ramus, Steve Reding, Zada Shaw Ruge/r, Diana Stahl, Lori Strand, Kathy Swanson and Patty Wilhelm. Friday guests at R. C. Wai- line's for his birthday were the James Mallorys, Mrs. Alma Madden, the Bryce A. Wicketts and morning. Athletic banquet here Tuesday The LuVerne Athletic Banquet will be held next Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the school lunch room. The speaker will be Floyd .MagnuSson from Fort Dodge who played basketball at the University of Iowa and Notre Dame and for the past 12 years has officiated in the Big 10, Big 8 and Missouri Valley Conferences. Tickets may be purchased for $1.50 from any member of the Commercial Club or at the school office. AT BOWLING TOURNEY Attending the Legion Bowling tournament in Marshalltown Saturday and Sunday from Lu Verne were: Allen Blake, Everett Schipull, Owen Curry, Dale Zentner, Jack McClellan, Robert Barker, Clem Stripling, Shorty Hefty, Merlin SWanson and Skip Nielsen. They bowled Saturday afternoon and 1 Sunday Thirteen LuVerne students get top ratings Thirteen Division I ratings were received by LuVerne high school students at State Speech Contest held at Lake Mills Saturday, March 19. Contestants and ratings re- deived were as follows: Humor- The other grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myers. Great- grandparents are Mrs. Louise Thul of St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Walton DeWitt. Dr. and Mrs. R. W, Beardsley of Des Moines were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Jessamine Miller, arriving Saturday and returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson and Mrs. Jessamine Miller attended the Eastern Star Scho* ol of Instruction at . Humboldt Thursday evening. Mrs. Hugh Mackintosh and daughter Robin of LeMars came Thursday evening to spend the weekend in the parental Jack Vaughn and Hartly Mackintosh homes. Mr. Mackintosh came on Saturday to stay until Sunday to take his family home. Mrs. Guy Raney was a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hinti received a (telephone call last week from his sister, Mrs. Lou- i*j JGi;pnbach who is on a bus wjuif^o' California. The telephone' call was won by Mrs. Gronbach in a drawing. Mrs. Richard Ferstl accompanied her niece, Mrs. Julius Becker and Mrs. Dick May to the home of another niece, Mrs. Bill McQuire of West Bend. Monday afternoon where 10 nieces and aunts spent a social afternoon. Lunch was served. At the March meeting of the Town Council it was voted to increase the wages of the mar- shall, Earle Armstrong, and his assistant, Noble Han-is, $5 a week retroactive to Jan. 1, 1966. The Deal and Chat Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Dick Schultz Thursday after- The United Presbyterian Women are holding a Bake Sale at the Old Timer's Cafe Saturday afternoon March 26th from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. . Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miller have returned home after spending the past two months in Phoenix. Enroute home they stopped at Tucson and were overnight guests of Mrs. Anna Welter. Joseph Thorns. 'Mrs. Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge, visited her aunt, the Charles Hinzes, Friday. Mrs. Emery and her cousins, the Louie Werners, Fairmont, just returned from a three weeks trip in Arizona, Texas and Mexico. Mrs. Allen Blake, son Robert and daughter, Mrs. James Lenz, visited Friday and Saturday in Green Mountain with her parents, the H. J. Langbshns. Gerald Ramus visited Sunday in Des Moines with his father, Arthur Ramus. Mrs. Edward Shelangouski, East Moline, 111., visited her aunt, Mrs. Max Block Wednesday. She came for the funeral of Harry Bode, Algona, her uncle. DOMINO LEAGUE W L Sawyer's 75 37 K.O. Hardware 75 37 American Legion __ 71 37 Dick's 60 48 Town Tavern 57 55 Andersen Motors 55 49 Livermore Oil Co. _ 50 62 Livermore St. Bank _ 48 64 Mike's Service Gar. _ 41 63 Schmidt's 16 96 High Individual Series Virgil Smith 551 Leonard Rosenau '. 523 Ron Olson : 521 High Individual Game Virgil Smith 194 Bud Klein __ 193 Dick Schultz 190 Leonard Rosenau 190 High Team Series Sawyer's 2473 Town Tavern 2411 K.O. Hardware .__. 2319 High Team Game Sawyer's , 844 Town Tavern 835 Sawyer's ___:__!_„„' ;__., ,822 The Dick Sorensens, Renwick, visited Sunday at Gerald Ramus's. TOP SIX BOWLING W Pioneer 67 K.C. 63 Pete's Garage _—__ 60 Smith Lumber 56 Vote's Place 54 -dvermore Lanes 38 High Team Series Smith Lumber ____ 2451 Pioneer 2435 Vote's Place 2355 High Team Game Smith Lumber 860 Vote's Place 831 Livermore Lanes 819 High Individual Game LITTLE GIRL'S SHORT SETS 'I* to 1" L 45 49 52 56 58 74 The Ray Agards attended the opening games of the boys' tournament at the Veterans auditorium in Des Moines Thursday. Richard Agard of Ames high school team, is a nephew of Ray Agard. The William Gpetsches, Lo Verne, their daughter, the Jon Putnams, Algona, Mrs. Goetsch's mother, Mrs. Jack Sykes, Livermore, were Sunday guests of the Daryl Sykes at Terrill. He is their grandson and nephew. The William Goetsches were callers in Fort Dodge Friday. They then went to Callendar for he evening visiting his sister, the Howard McCradys. Guests of the Ralph Dimlers Sunday were their daughters, the William Grays, Mason City, Mrs. Betty Goodner, David and Jane, Fort Dodge, and Barney Opheim, Bode. The Jim Bysons, Duncombe, have a son born March 16, in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Jim is the son of Mrs. Margaret Byson, LuVerne. The Basil Koobs, Fort Dodge, visited over the< weekend at A. W. Dimler's. The women are sisters. The son of the Darryl E. Pis hers born February 14 was baptized Michael Dean Sunday at the LuVerne Zion Ev Lutheran church with the Rev. R. T. Mueller, pastor, officiating. Sponsors were Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Suk- meier, Bode, and Duane Tjaden, Dakota City. A dinner followed with, guests, the grandparents the A. L. Fishers, LuVerne, and Heike Tjadens, Dakota City, the sponsors, the Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Mueller. Sunday guests at the Fred W. Hinz-Earl John home were the Dean Bowmans, Algona, and her 'The Frank Gronbachs"'Were in Ackley Sunday at Mrs. Erhart Hesse's, sister-in-law of ' Mrs. Gronbach. The James Mallorys spent Saturday and Sunday in St. Paul and Minneapolis. The August Pergandes attended the open house Sunday in Alta for the golden wedding of her friends, the Edward Ryd- stroms. The Fred Baumgartners returned Thursday from six weeks at Phosnix, Ariz. Mrs. Frank Gronbach had the 500 Card club March 15. Guests were Mrs.-'Charles Hinz < ' and Mrs. Cora Hippen. High/ Mrs. Ernest Meyer and low, Mrs. Clara Wolf. Mrs. Etta Darg, Rockwell, vis- 'led last Week with Mrs; Lucin- Ja Stone. • , >: •• Canasta .was played at Mrs. Fay Harmon's. High, Mrs. Albert Schneider, and low, Mrs. Frank Gronbach. MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Hiah Team Series -. , Corner Store 4 r J-_^^J,._g;| 2667 Hioh Tejm Ga'mef^ ous Declamation Lenard Johns I, Earl Will I; Dramatic Declamation — Linda Rugg I, Kathy Shaw I; Oratorical Declamation — Doug Nelson I, Rick Hersbergen II; Original Oratory -r- Jane Hanselman I, Dawn Lindebak I; Expository Address — Elaine: Schnakenberg I, Dary] Trauger I; Radio Speaking —Coleen Johns I, Luane Leek II; Interpretive Poetry — Henry Schnakenberg I, Earl Will 1; Interpretive Prose — Norma Heinen II, Cindi Rugg II; Story Telling — Linda Rugg I; After Dinner Speaking — Gretchen Zentner ! II. Mrs. l Anita Walters is the speech instructor. HAS 75TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Tillie Stoddard was honored for her 75th birthday Mar. 16.. Guests were her daughters Mrs. Albert Hefti, Mrs. Lawrence O. Miller, Mrs. John Stampka, granddaughters Mrs. Ed Elbert, daughter Lisa; Mrs. Dwight Savage, Danny and Jim. Mrs. Elbert brought the cake. Meyer and Mrs. Leonard Wilson and girls. After school Wednesday, Pamela got her big. surprise. Guests Were her classmates, Jonie Wilhelm, Cynthia Schiietzer, Glenda Hefty and Marcia Reding. Her brother, Craig, and sister, Karen, also were guests. Alfred Rents, Mason City, visited his sister, Mrs. Lydia Lund, Sunday. Monday visitors with Mrs. Lydia Lund were her daughter the Tjeren. Nerems, Corwith. The John Vosses, Jr. visited in Eagle Grove with their son, the Delmer Vosses. The Walter Bierstedts were in Spencer Tuesday at a meeting of salesmen for Sar corn seed. Mrs. Lee C. Wittmeier was a guest at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday in a Lutheran church at Ventura, for a cousin, Linda Ristau, Thornton, daughter 6f the Vernon Ristaus. Mrs. Orville Hurlburt had the Good Will club March 17. Mrs. Alvin Weber presided. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Howard Swansoh. A memorial service for a member of the Club, Mrs. George Schnetzer, was held with Emma Krause reading poems and offered a prayer. W.S.C.S. met at the Methodist church March 16, with Mrs. Dale Zentner presiding. Mrs. Gerald Ramus led devotions. Lesson study was by Mrs. Bryan Stewart assisted by Myrtle Jordan, Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer. Hostesses were Mrs. Harold Wolf, Mrs. Stanley Genrich, Mrs. R, C. Walline, Mrs. Laura Zwiefel and Miss Jordan. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner «eeeeee»e«e»»eeeaee»e»e« CD of A will hold a bake saje and breakfast Sunday morning in St. Joseph's school hall. Herman Plathe, Charles Pla* the, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien and Mrs. Ted Hilbert visited relatives last Friday at Granville. Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, St. Joe, John Gisch, Mrs. Bill Specht, Algona, and Mrs. Luke Hamilton, Bancroft, visited their sister, Mrs. Joe Liohter, medical patient in University hospital in Iowa City Wednesday. The Henry Zwicks, Chicago, and Robert Nelson, Lawrence, Kan., were weekend visitors k Eugene Zeimet's. ; Math Zeimet returned Sun day from a winter vacation spent at Waseclo, Texas. He arrived at the home, of his: daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rathke Humboldt, Saturday and they brought Him home Sunday. Mrs. E. J. Gales had her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Frank Hilbert and Mrs. Don lllg as guests. Receiving prizes wejre Mrs. Don nig, Mrs. John Thul and Mrs. Alphonse Berte. Mrs. Joe Sinwell has. the club in April. Satin-like beauty for your walls, trim, cabinets, all interior surfaces. Hank Only S6.96 gallon LAWSOH HARDWARE Renwick LuVerne Hiah Individual Series H. Hefty .-_.,______,__ 522 High Individual Game B. Ramus _______________ TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Traugers 76»/ 2 27'/ 2 ^attersons 62 46 Beauty Shop 60 44 K & H Oil 54 50 Village Pump 52Va 47V 2 ,es Barber Shop __ 49 59 i'ioneer Cheese 39 65 Bamboo Lounge 27 81 Hioh Team Series < K & H Oil _L High Team Game Village Pump 795 Hiph Individual Series Myrna Hinz "__'.,_?:_„ 502 High Individual Game Cecile Schipull L_L_ 200 Clarence Meyers 243 daughter, Mrs. Don Cook, Scot- AT MARCH'S 'The Friendly Store in Livermore" John Fuhrmann 217 Virgil Smith 213 High Individual Series Virgil Smith __. 589 Clarence Meyers 581 Leo Bormann 580 Seniors plan supper Saturday The Senior class of the Lu Verne high school will hold a Chili-Oyster supper, Saturday, March 26, at the LuVerne School lunch room. Serving will be> from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are 75c for adults and 50c for children under 12. Everyone is invited. Proceeds will be used fpr the class trip. MUSIC iVENT Twenty-seven participants from the LuVerne high school will take part in the Instrumental and Vocal Solo and Ensemble Contest to be held at the Twin Ravers Community School at Bode Friday night and Saturday, March 25 and 26. ty and Cindy, Indianola. The Rev. Elmer Wehrspanns, Aurelia, came March 18, with birthday cake for the birthday of Mrs. Lillie 0. Hesse, mother of Mrs. Wehrspann. The Andie Wernets, Britt, visited Saturday with her son, the Earl Johns. They just returned from the winter in California. The Clarence Jurgusons anc grandson, Scotty Jurguson, Cor with, were Sunday visitors with her mother, Mrs. Clara Wolf. The Charles Hinkels, her mother Mrs. Sula Frantz, then daughters the Jack Guys, Lu Verne, Robert Smith and Larry Algona, and nephew Roger Johnson, Moorhead, Minn., were guests Sunday of the Floyd Fis hers in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Sua Frantz, LuVerne her sister, Mrs. Louise Julie Des Moines, were Thursday guests of Mrs. Frantz's daugh ter, the Chanas Heinkels. The Lawre.ica 0. Millers we re Sunday guests of the B. E Martins, Newell. All went to Sioux City and visited the spor show. lorner Store Ji 993- 203 2240 SHOWER IS GIVEN A, pantry snower was given Thursday at Mrs. John O. Cox's for Eleanor Rockwood bride-elect, Sunday. Assisting Mrs. Cox were Mrs. Herman Schulz, and Mrs. Clif Richardson. '' CARD OF THANKS — My fin- cere thanks to the many friends and relatives who .remembered me with the many lovely cards, letters, gifts, flowers and visits while at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, and since my return home. Mrs. Monica Behnkendorf, Bradgate, la. 24' Canasta 8 met Monday with Mrs. Jess Lrndebak. High, Mrs. John O. Cox, Mrs. Eli Eager was a substitute. The Don Baskervilles, Des Moines, were Thursday visitors at her^ home in LuVerne. i Dons Eggleston, Des Moines, visited', her mother, Mrs. Myrtle «Egglestori, Friday to Sunday. Saturday they visited the Arthur Henrys, Rockwell City, and Sunday with the Charles Ny- gaards, Wesley. The Robert Chambers, Corwith, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Eggleston, her grandmother. Pamela McClellan was surprised for her eighth birthday March 16. She is a daughter of the Jack McClellans and were guests of her maternal grandparents, the Floyd Pattersons, Fort Dodge Sunday, March 13. Guesta-Tuesday were her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Clara Me Clellan, and aunts, Mrs. Harold CARD OF THANKS — I wish to express my sincere thanks to all my relatives and friends fpr prayers, cards, flowers, gifts, while in Mercy Hospital and since coming home. Also or all the calls and food since "oming home. A special thanks o Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer. May God Bless you Clif Bjustrom. WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series LuVerne Co-op. 2937 High Team Game LuVerne Co-op. 1029 Hiah Individual Series Les Calkins 600 High Individual Game Les Calkins 233 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Hardcopf's 2258 High Team Game Humboldt ._ 810 Hjih Individual Series C. Stripling 610 Joan Nielson 540 Hiah Individual Game Leona Stahl 2§7 C. Stripling 215 SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Goetsch's 2160 High Team Game Goetsch's 743 High Individual Series Gene Casey 541 Martha Wolf 509 High Individual Game Martha Wolf 204 Allen Blake 196 Phone TU 2-3251 ir Ritchie Hog Haterers ir Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD See us about new and used lawn mowers. Sit The Nsw 1966 Lawn Boy LAWSON HARDWARE Renwick LuVerne „ LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. P. BRAINERP OFFICE HOURS W«ek Pays 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 W NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 the Bamboo Lounge LuVerne, presents • Bobby • Dee • Duane KQTV, FORT DODGE WESTERN TV STARS EXTRA SPECIAL Go-Go Girl Sharon Rea FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 25 > /!'i l 17th Annual LuVerne j> Tuesday, March 29 Serving begins at 6:30 in lunchroom. Public is invited to gives athletes of the LuVerne school recognitionl Supper served by school cooks. Speaker Floyd MagnNsson, Ft. Dodge, ex-player I referee. Tickets new on sale at LiVeme High School or from Commercial Club Members. THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY: CORNEE STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH JJJ VERNE BUILDING CO. LU VERNE CLINIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S DX SANFORD Plumbm* & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO.OP, ELEVATOR LU VERNB INSURANCE A*§n*y PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAILER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK

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