Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 12
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attem) women's meet F' at Livermore Livermore -^- Sixty-three la* dies registered for the all-day meeting o;,' Kie County Federated clubs held in the Methodist church... at Livermore last week. the, welcome was given by Mrs. Jessamine Miller with the response by Mrs. Earl Olson. The business meeting was followed by the election of offi- ders. The club president, county officers and district officers were introduced followed by a play "Jubilee Jewels" presented by the,'Renwick Women's club. Following the. noon luncheon, installation of the new officers was iheld which was in charge of "Mrs. Verne Weaver. Slides were; shown by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knight of Humboldt of th'e Holy Lands. The Twentieth €entury club of Livermore was the hostess club. County officers are Chairman, Mrs. Wayne Miller; 1st vice chairman, Mrs. Earl Olson; 2nd vice chairman, Miss Margaret Devine; recording secretary, Mrs. Gerhard Meyer; treasurer, Mrs. Kenneth Beck; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Elmer Johnson; • auditor, Mrs. Edna His waist (6 hi* toes And the other from his hip {Mist his knee, having hid the bone broken in one hip. Me has hid the casts on for • year and was confined to his bed during that time. He is now in the Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge where he will receive physical therapy for an indefinite time. Denny is a freshman and has been tutor' ed by Mrs. Ferris Hundertmark and the Spanish teacher, Mr. Enrique Bazan for the school year. INSKO FAREWELL A large crowd attended the farewell party, sponsored by the Legion and Auxiliary members, at the Legion Hall Saturday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Insko and family who are moving to So. Beloit, 111. There was a pot luck supper at 6:30 followed by a social evening. The Legion presented Mr. Insko with a wall clock and the Auxiliary gave Mrs. Insko a matching set of pin and ear rings. Both have been active members of the Legion and Au HOME PROM VIET NAM Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz received a telephone call from Merchant; Mrs. G. library chairman, Hood. Pages were Mrs. Ed Hagge and Mrs. George Day; organist, Mrs. Ray Faib; meditation, Rev. Roy Biesemeyer; corsages, Mrs. Art Weiss. OLSONS RETURN Mr. and i Mrs. John Olson returned from a month's trip to California last Thursday. On the way out, they toured the Anti que Village at 'Minden, Nebr and also stopped at Dodge City Kansas. In" Tucson they visite< a'i sister of- Mrs. Olson, Mr. am Mrs. Geo. ,Jleed and Mrs. Ree< accompanied them to Los Ange les where ,t they visited another .sister Mr.i and Mrs. Joe Mel :.«~i I une 4-ALGONA (lew*) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE their son Gapt. Gary J. Hintz Friday. junior high school gym at Humboldt Tuesday evening .which celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Humboldt Masonic Lodge. A skit was presented showing the growth of the lodge from its original 14 members to the present membership of 266. Grand officers present were: Dorsey L. Andrews/ Grind Master of Knoxville, Joe Marks, Senior Grand Warden, Des Moines; Vernon Smith, Grand Treasurer, Bloomfield; Roy Fletcher, Deputy ;Grand Master, Des Moines and several other Grand Officers and Past Grand Officers. Mrs. Dick Schultt entered Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge on Wednesday of last week and had several teeth extracted Thursday. She returned home from San Pedro, Calif, one evening last week telling that he had arrived home from Viet Nam where he had been stationed at the Marine base in Da Nang the past year. Capt. Hintz and his wife and two children will visit his parents some time this summer. He will now be stationed at the Marine base at El Toro, near Santa Ana, Calif. FIRST GRANDCHILD A girl, Susan Marie, weighing 8 Ibs. 3 oz., .Was born March 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Henry of New Brighton, Minn. Mrs. Henry is the former Mary Kay Lenertz, and this is the first grandchildren for Mr. and Mrs. Al Lenertz. Mrs. Lenertz went to New Brighton Friday to spend a few days in the Henry home and get acquainted with the new granddaughter. MCDONALD SON Friends have received word Mann. At Rcdlands they visited of the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mr. Olson's sister, Mr; and Mrs. Wayne Grjaves, the . former Charlotte Olson and visited Mr. Olson's aunt, Mrs. Josie Charlin at Huntington Park. Mrs. Oharlin is J90 years old. At Se- vastabal they visited:- another sister of Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Marian Kendall and other relatives at Fairfield and Concord. They spent abot|t 10 days with their daughter, the former Bonnie Olson, husband and five children, the Bill Souths at Pacifica. Mr. Smith is the athletic director of the San 'Wahcisco' Olympic ciub<"Mwl *• coaches <•• wrestling, .southern rou- returned on tfn 1 ^ route and report Denny Renquist, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Renquist, has had the casts removed from his legs, one cast extended from eeeeeeeee»eeeeeeeeeeee< WHILE TNEY LAST! NYLONS MARCH'S "The Friendly Store in Livermore" Rev. Ralph Hlndman, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann, Mrs. Jessamine Miller, Miss Anna Murray and Mrs..Myron Dudley attend- at LuVerne for J Mrs. Ramsvig ) , __ LuVerne — Burial took place in the LuVerne cemetery for Mrs. Arnold Ramsvig, 47. Funeral services were held at 1:30. p.m. .at St. Paul's ' Lutheran church, Rolfe, with the Rev. Ir ving Tange, officiating. Mrs. Ramsvig, the former Mabel Kubly, was born at LuVerne, April 5, 1918, to Wilbert and Marie Kubly, now at Madelii, Minn. She died March 31, at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodgej following a two years illness with cancer. . •; She was a graduate of the Charle* Hiitf. • ' ••','..-. "''•.;/••,-... HAVE BUS TOUR Mrs. Rosie Hardcopf, Lu Verne; and her sister, Bin. Mildred Trunelle, Westey, , have returned from i chirtered three weeks bus trip out of Humboldt visiting southern stites ind it Los The Dili Zentners etiended i Fort Dodge ribbit show Sunday. The CHf Rlchardsons visited Sundiy at his, sister, the K*y " "' ed Lenten services at Pocihon- Ren wick high school; and state taa i Thursday evening. «»»»eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee» Mrs. Phil McDonald of La Mont, Solo, on Dec. 22. This makes the first boy in a family of five jirls. While in Livermore, Mr. McDonald was manager of the lumber yard.- CASH DRAWINGS Winners of the free hams given away by the Auxiliary. Saturday night'were Haroldtthul, Pete Rielly and Mike Erdmann. For the Cash Drawing, Orville Crouch's name was drawn for $20.00. The following members of the membership training class were received into membership at the Methodist church Sunday morning during the morning services with the Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer officiating: Roger Clark, David Clemmens, John Dahl, Dennis Erdmann, Billy Foreman, David Seagrin and Rita Smith. .,'•:•, " Nick Bormann spent e couple of days last week in St. Ann's hospital at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Boosalis have returned home after spending the past two months in Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Lela Hotter returned home from Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge Wednesday afternoon where she had been a medical patient for several days. The Neighborhood Card Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Gjerstad Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs, Allan Foth won high, Mrs. Bill Davis low and Mrs. Bill Wilson, travel, Mrs. Norman Scott accompanied Mrs, Marcia Berryhill to Storm Lake one day last week where she visited with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gordon Scott. Mrs. Berryhill got some new supplies for her store from the warehouse. Mrs. Bob White is the assistant at "Marcia's" store. Becky Butler of Klemme stayed with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis from Friday evening until Sunday when her folks came after her. Herb Raney, Norman Scott, Guy Raney and Maurice Olson of the local Masonic Lodge attended the program at the cal patient at Mercy Hospital in Ft. Dodge. Dinner guests Sunday in the Virgil Smith home in honor of their daughter Rita were her two grandmothers, Mrs. Lizzie Nygaard and Mrs. Corniel Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Berdirie Nygaard and Eddie. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nygaard and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley. Mr. end Mrs. Herbert Raney went to Forest City Thursday evening where they attended the initiation of their daughter Barbara into the Order of Eastern Star, Mr. Raney being the courtesy candidate with her. Mrs. Jack Vaughn and Mrs. Earl Armstrong accompanied them to Forest City and they were all dinner guests at Barbara's apartment before the . initiation. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Rummens, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Friday and Mrs. Bill Hippen of Renwick also attended the initiation. . Dinner end supper guests in he Herb Raney home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Russell De iVitt of .Rivard and Mr. and hfrs. Walter Naeve of Clare which was in honor of the birthday of Mrs. De Witt. Joe Mueller, heme from Con cordia Academy, St. Paul, for Easter vwmtion Wis • weekend guest of his brother Divid Muel ler it Ames. Greek week W«B , The Rev. R. T. Mueller was in Fenton' Monday it an air day meeting for -pistor's study club DOMINO LEAGUE Sawyer's _____ 83 37 K.O. Hardware 76 44 High Individual Series Francis Erpelding i_____,__ 548 Myron May __j__J________ 526 Bud Klein 520 High Individual Game Howard Barton— 202 Bud Klein 202 196 Paul Jarvis ___!.„ 193 High Team Series Saiwyer's „.___ 2447 Mike's Service Garage 2324 college at Cedar, JF'alls. She taught in the'" LuVerne school and several years at Rolfe. In 1949 she married Arnold Ram* vig at Madelia, Minn.; and have since made their home on a farm in the Rolfe area. Survivors are her husband; two daughters La Nell and Rebecca, both at home, her parents, three .brothers, Orville Kubly, St. James, Minn., Leonard Kubly, ; Garner; Marvin Kubly, Rutland; one sister, Mrs. Marland Hagen, Madelia. Mrs, Ramsvig was a member of Stl Paul's church. > BACK PROM SOUTH : Mrs. Dennis Carroll has returned from a three months trip visiting two daughters. She was called to New Orleans in January by the illness of a daughter Lavonne, Mrs. Leland Davj is. She then assisted;the family in a move to Atlanta, Ga. During some of this time Mr. Car* roll joined her there. Last three weeks they visited Denise, the Thomas McNeillys in San An: tonio, Texas. Next they visited a daughter, Rosemary, the Don Clarks, Iowa City, during th^ recent storm before returning home. The Clarks brought them home. GROUP HAS GUESTS 111., parent to visit the iryi. .. Mrs Knary, -$ho was; hospitalized, is home. "': "'..' ••';"'.' 7 ; '"'.•'•', ',', InW LeUtlkewi, Spring Green, Wis., moved list week to the A. A. .Schipull; residence. ttoeyVjMMffeH. children who , .will follow at the. end of the school year. iMr. Leistikow is a salesman for Kerber r feed - v ;witii headquarters at Emmetsburg. ! i. John Kubly wes retMied Sunday from Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, following an appendec day guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard. He is an employee of Bell telephone ind was transferred to work in his recent disaster area. The Henry Studers, Rock Island, 111., visited his brother the George Studers Saturday and StmdiyVx; *: •;• The D«an Bowmans, Algona, were Sunday ^visitors with her tether Fred Hinz and her sister, the Earl Johns. Sunday was the birthday 6f Mrs. Bowman. Mrs. Marlyn Gregerson end Jimmy, Rutland, were weekend guests of her parents the Vernoil Egglestons: Mr. Gregerson was away at a bowling tournament. , 1>v The John Cemelins, Corwith, visited Sunday afternoon with the Ralph Davidsons. The Basil Koobs, Port Dodge, visited her sister the A. W. Dim- lers Friday. The Dimlers and Mrs. Koob visited the women's sister the Gerald Hebeners in Mason City,a few hours. The' Herman Krauses, .Renwick, called at his uncle the Otto Willes Sunday. Th*rJafcks j ., Vaughans,.'; Livermore;, ; visited Sunday at Ralph Dimler's. The women are sis- Joel Mueller, junior In. Concordia Academy in St., Paul, is home tot a Easter vtcattoji with his parents, the Rev* R. T. (unler eel- Muellers. Randy Gregory, lege, Fort Dodge spent _the weekend with parents, the Gordon Gregorys. ! Connie Sanford we* honerod Sunday at her parents the Wayne Sanfords for her 18th Wrth- day. Guests were'her grandparents the Fred Baiimgartners, aunts the Durwood Burtitt* and Peggy, Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, Linda, Cindy, Vickie, and Daryl Ristau. ^ ; The Rev. : Ralph Hindmans, LuVerne, their son the Keith Hindmans, U Man! wer* Friday and Saturday visitors in tomy. He is the son of the Mel ,viri Kublys. - >>'••••.-•••-,." ;v .^ : " ••• : -', .Everett Schipulj returned Priday after an appendectomy ait the hospital at Britt. : Mrs. 'Emmet Knary, medical patient at ^ St. Ann hospital, Sunday through Saturday, is now, %t her home. ' Mrs: Olge • Ruger; a surgical patient last week at the hospital' at'.Britt was released Saturday arid is at her son the WaUy The Keith Hindmans; Le Mars, spent the weekend with his parents the Rev. Ralph Hind- Iowa City with the Hey. S. J. E. Myers THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1966 dinner in the Delmar Blanken- tagen home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Btankenhagen is the daughter Of Mrs. Koester, Charles and Debra Blankenhagen were 18 and 13 years old. The Stanley Andersons, Humboldt, their daughter the Victor Lathes and son Jim, TJhor, were Sunday visitors at A. if. Pergande's. Mr, Anderson is a brother and Mrs. Lathe a niece of Mrs. Pergande. STRIKES'N SPARES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series LuVerne Ins. ——-—- 2733 High Teem Game 959 562 Corner Store High Individual Series Hihns. He is i nephew: of the Rev. Ralph Hindmin. David Niffsiger; ind Nancy Brink, Cedar Falls, spent spring vacation with their "parents the Harry Naffzigers and Aflyn .Brinks. !..; • : .^-'^^- '••'•>,'. Mrs. William ^Steck; Livermore, Mrs. Harold Wotf ind Mrs. Otto Jagels, LuVerne, were guests of Mrs. Gerhard Myers: Mrs. Myers'has;', a quilt in the frames which they; cwne to '"" ' mans. • Guests Sunday of the Rev. R. T. Muellers were the Art Stamps and Ernest Whelchels, Perry. The Rev. Mueller was pastor of their Lutheran church. Rugers. " Adeline Koester, St. Paul, left Aprill, by jet plane for a four 'wfreks visit at Dachau, near Munich, Germany, with her sister Henrietta, the Robert Muel- tersi Mr. Mueller, Cedar Rapids, went to Dachau as an.exr Change -^ T to the Fellowship, of Liveunore Thursday with]' mAe guestsA present. Host .-was ^brnian »--*« Town Tavern High Teem* Game 2322 Mike's Service Garage ______ 840 Sawyer's ________________ __ 834 Sawyer's __________________ 829 TOP SIX BOWLING W Pioneer ___ ____ i:__ 71 Pete's Garage _____ 67 K.C ---------------- 66 Vote's Place „„__ 57 ' 45 53 54 59 63 80 devotions led by Eugene Deck er. Entertainment was in charge of Dennis Marty. The Harry Naffzigers are counselors of the group. ' ' ^ '.' -^ • .\;k jj LIBRARY IS ACTIVE & The LuVerne library reports 777 books were read the first three months in . 1966. Read during the month of March were 367. Mrs. L. B. Shelton is president of the board, sponsored by the federated clubs of LuVerne. The librarian is Mrs. FOR SALE —. New and used lawn mowers. Lawson Hdwe., LuVerne. High Individual Game J. Sjtahl and L. Hinz ^ 209 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Traugers _ 2130 H'i0h Team Game K & H Oil 773 High Individual Series Lola Hippen —— 514 High Individual Game Vera Will 185 FOR SALE — New and used appliances. Lawson Hdwe., Lu Verne. The Gerhard Meyers visited Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. Martha Schneider. Mrs. Schneider in ill health, loves to play cards so the evening was spent at cards. '. ' . ;: '•;•'-''' •' ' Mark, 10, »on of the Billy Hardcopfs, was confirmed at the St. Mary's Catholic;church in Corwith March 28. The Bishop Loras J. Wattersi Dubuque. officiated. There were 15 in the class. His sponsor, .was George Studer. • . . ' '. ;o ; :,.'!.,;'' : .. The Adolph Keestars were guests Sunday for 1 a birthday WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Old Timers ----- 2831 Hicph Team Game LuVerne Bldg. 981 High Individual Series Frank Gronbach 578 High Individual Game W. Merriam;—— 244 FOR SALE — Used wooden boat and trailer, $85.00. Inquire Lawson Hdwe., LuVerne. CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank all my relatives and friends for cards; visits and gifts while, hospitalized at Lutheran Pleted SINGER in beautiful console ca- at Fort Youth Fellowship of the Lu IJj^pnafd W<jp4, Mp."He is the erne E.U.B: church "was 'fiost son of the Henry C. Heftys and Henry C. Heftys brother of Henry A., Ben, Charles Hefty, LuVerhe, and Merrill Hefty, Ottosen. Music Mothers flub met March 28 at the school lunch room with Mrs. Orville Hurlburt presiding. Hostesses \, were Mrs. ipharles Hariselmah and Mrs. )MeJvin .':.'* Marty. Entertainment -wiS by 4th graders .playing their horns in solo numbers. jMre. Richard, Lenn end Sandra, Fort. Dodge, visited last week with her parents the Harry Naffzigers. Mr. Lann was in Dakota City, Neb., on business. De; Wane Stoddard, Carthage, So. D., was a Saturday and Sun- ming and fancy stitch designs with attachments. Fully guaranteed. Full balance $41.25 at $1.25 weekly or will discount for cash. May be seen in your area. Write Credit Manager, Belle Plaine, Minnesota. 28-30-32 s DUE TO GOOD FRIDAY No live music ' —.AT, -.- - ' BAMBOO LOUIME LuVerne THURSDAY MIGHT LEAGUE Humboldt _ _______ 73 35 Zentner ___________ 6B_ Hardcopf's ____ — _ 57 Dawson's __________ 57 Robinsons --------- 50 Corwith ___________ 48 Klassie's D-X ______ 37 51 51 58 56 63 High Team Series Zentner ________________ 2211 High Team Game Zentner ____^_i^_.^i::i.:>__ 748 Hrih ir.cividual Series Dale Zentner __•!__ ------- 580 Joan Nielspn ------------ 529 5 High Ir/Jividual Game Dale Zentner __________ % 226 J Dawson :— ___ _: ---- J_ 198 : SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE ! High Team Series Nielsen's 2242 High Team Game Nielsen's 785 High Individual aeries Lola Hippen __ __— 564 Jan W. — 534 High Individual Game Kathy C. - 220 Jan W. 197 FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 Uvimw* FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR Smith Lumber _____ 57 Livermore Lanes ,40 High Team Series Pete's Garage 2473 Pioneer __.__ 2471 Smith Lumber 2377 High Teem Game Smith Lumber 882 Livermore Lanes _________ 866 Pioneer 862 High Individual Series Eugene Mertz 610 Maurice McGee 553 Leo Bormann 539 High Individual Game Leo Bormann 227 Eugene Mertz 226 Maurice McGee ,. 222 eeeeeeeeeee»»»»»»»»»eeee DR. R. D. OFFICE HOURS Week Days . Saturdays 1:30 to 12:00 1:00 te 5:00 1:30 to 12*0 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, (owe • •' Phone TU .-3221 IF NO ANSWER, Cpll TU 2-3304 Befort you paint , , CHECK THE PRICES OF OUR TOP-QUALITY Hank's Paints AT LAWSON Hardware LuVerne M2-3370 Renwict 2222 UN I I I MM I I I I I I I I I I 1II I Mill M I i M 111 11 I M III EASTER HUNT - LuVtrM pUy Pwfc SATURDAY, 2 p.m. April 9 "AU OHHOWII UP TO NWH SCHOOL Mi INVITED" SPONSORS 0-»Y-IUVI»NI American Legion Post •MI »i ii in 111 ii 1111 ii 1111 M mi iui miihimiii i m 11 n 11 in 11 n i M i '•; J MY FOR WING As you end your family worship together, may the joy end promise of Easter fill your hearts. THIS MfSSAGf iPONIORID IY; CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH VERNE BUILDING CO, W VERNE CWNIC 14J VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S SANFORD Plumbing & BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO,QP, ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE A PATTERSON ELECTRIC TR AUGER'S JACK SPRAT LIVESTOCK i i i

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