Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1966
Page 12
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4-ALOONA (Itwi) AOVANCI THUMDAY, AMIL 41, 1H4 present Variety Show • t . • ; • i ' '•.-.'. e^ Llvtrmert — The Lions Club Will present a Variety Show in the Ltvertnore gym Friday eve* ning, April 22, at 7:30. Members of the club will be featured in two short plays, "The Snooper System of Psycho-Analysis" and "The Fatal Quest". The Melody Moms and two groups of singers from the Twin Rivers Schools Mrs. Myra Taylor of Millcrsburg, Iowa will furnish the vocal music. Instrumental numbers will be presented by Dale Frederick on the Hammond Organ, David Stock on the guitar, Pastor William Stock on the accordion, and Fritz Hellwig and Allan Bonde on the harmonica. Mrs. Coleman's Little Dancers will perform in public for the first time. Dale Frederick will furnish a half hour of organ music before the show for those who come early. The. master of ceremonies will be Benny Skillren and the director of the show is Pastor Stock. This is the third annual show to be given by the Livermore,Lions. . , Proceeds from the sale of tickets will 6° toward the public service program of the Lions Club which is mainly concerned With aiding the blind or .he pnrtiaUy blind, and even for the furnishing of corrective eyeglasses for needy children. A recent project Of- the club was the .placing of a light at toe intersection of Highways 169 and 222 between Livermore and Bode. 50-YEAR MEMBERSHIP At the last regular meeting of the Masonic Lodge, Edgie Watts of Humboldt was presented with a at) year certiiicate of membership. He was initiated into the local Lodge Jan. 10, 1916 with the following members in office: Charles Raney, Worshipful Master; P. E. Miller, Senior Warden; R. W. Taylor, Junior Warden; W. F. Johnson, Secretary; Otto Johnson, Senior Deacon; C. E. Brown, Junior Deacon; L. M. Johnson, Senior Steward; Jess Franklin, Junior Steward and C. C. Phillips, Tyler. Mr. Watts was Worshipful Master of .the local lodge for two years, 1924-1925, and held several of the other offices. Herb Raney presented the certificate to Mr. Watts and al- give a brief history of the lodge which was organized in February of 1802, For about ten years the meetings were held in the Odd Fellows Mall which watt upstairs in a building on South Main street that has since been* torn down. In 1892 the present lodge room was rented and the meetings have been held there since that time, A social hour followed the meeting and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Watts and family farmed south of town until their retirement when they moved to Humboldt The farm is now owned by James Lempke. INTO O.E.I Mrs. Robert Algos was initiated into the Order of Eastern Star Tuesday night, at their April meeting with the Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson presiding. Tommy Kissinger was the courtesy candidate. There were several pro-terns, Herb Raney for Bill Jergensen, Who is in the hospital and Mrs. Kissinger for Mrs. Jergensen. Mrs. Harold Dolder pro-temed for Mrs. Dick Schultz. Mrs. Elwood Rummens and Mrs. Erwin Friday gave a report on their visit to the Eastern Star Home at Boone and Mrs. Earle Armstrong and Mrs. Ray Falb gave a report of the visitation committee. Lunch was served from a Tea, Table decorated in the Spring motif and Mrs. Carlson poured. Those on the serving committee were Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Friday, Mrs. Bill Hippen and Mrs. Norman Holland. There were several visitors present. Ernest Logue hoiored gold watch Llv-rmort — Ernest Logue was recently honored by the Tekaco Oil Company and given a gold watch as an award for 30 years of service lor their company, Mr; Logue has been in the oil business since 1919, first handling Standard Oil products, then forming an indepetv dent corporation in 1928 with five other men, Hairy Zigrang, Otto Johnson, Emil Welter, Ed Mtf, Mi* Goldman i« gu«t Town Tavern ______ «5 . 63 ... ' 1, . "... •**._* » J^-^.-i ' . A*.".. .. . . ^*_ • . . *''... ,„..:... iii jtiL it . >- lit jtk ^u YOU CAN'T BUY THIS TILLER FROM A MAIL ORDJR CATALOG V. •> - :!<' * ( '. - -I'.'.''. -.. "^j,., J,. '.,,,; V - I. Did you buy your last car out'bfi catalog 2 — iassemble it yourself — and take-.the•"responsibility for its performance? Of course ;not. That's why Ariens tillers are sold only through franchised dealers. After all, an Ariens tiller is a precision machine, quality built for long, dependable performance and designed to make your gardening easier without exasperating .breakdowns. Tills UP to SjOOO, square feet an hour. Four models, 3 to 5 h;p. Start enjoying a bigger, Healthier garden now — with an Ariens tiller. • - "••'*'». •*'•'-.'.'• i, '...•-••.•, ••, • •••-.• ; ,;•>''*'... • f ' •"•-..' LEGION AUXILIARY The Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Monday night with 15 members answering roll call. The president, Mrs. Richard McKenna conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Mama Berryhill, Mrs. Dick Cran and Mrs. Virgil Smith were appointed as the committee to judge the Poppy Posters which were made by the grade school pu- >ils. Mrs. McKenna gave a re- jort on the county meeting tfhich was held at the Legion Hall in Bode on March 22 which she and Mrs. Karl Boessler attended. At this meeting Mrs. Joessler was elected County tiistorian of the Auxiliary. Card jingo was the evening's entertainment and was in charge of Freda Cran, Marvell Raiton, Catherine Smith and Martia Jerryhill. Lunch was served by Mrs. Bob Gronbach, Mrs. Louis Oarman and Mrs. Fred Pooch. GARD-N-YARD® POWER EQUIPMEN t ALGONA FLOUR A FEED CO. — ALGONA TOM CARROLL GARAGE —LUVERNE WESLEY AUTO CO. — WESLEY WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CQ. — FENTON KIRSCHBAUM GARAGE — SEXTON BURT CO-OP CO; ^TBURT; ;: Mr. and Mrs. Lylt Ntlsen and Mrs. Lucy Conley were din- ler guests Easter Sunday in the name of Mr. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson at Eagle Grove. ; A baby girl w«» born to Mr. and Mrs. Irwin (Slag) Underberg of Eagle Grove at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge Thursday, April 14. This makes 8 girls and 2 boys in the family. Fifty-six young people,of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Ev angelical United Brethren church of LuVerne attended, the Sunrise Easter service at the local Log Cabin Park followed by a breakfast at the Presbyterian church. Rev. Ralph Hindman conducted the services. Capasius and Jim Zigrang. In 1934 he bought the other members shares and handled Cham* plin products. He started with the Texaco company in 1936 and now along with his two sons, Keith of Livermore and Don of Humboldt, operate five retail service stations, one in Humboldt, two in Algona, one in Clarion and a service station and bulk plant in Livermore. EQUALITY CLUB The Equality Club met at the home of Mrs. Lucy Conley Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus conducting the business meeting. Roll call was Household Hints. Election of officers was held and those elected for next year were: president Margaret Devine; vice president, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus; recording secretary, Mrs. Paul Jar vis; corresponding secretary, Mrs. .Conley; treasurer, Mrs. Louise Gronbach and calendar chairman, Mrs. Louis Behounek. Instead of the regular lesson Mrs. Behqunek told of their trip thru 13 southern states and various points of interest that they had visited. A social hour followed and the hostess served lunch. BARBERSHOPPERS One of the members of the Kossuth Barbershoppers chorus now called the "Corn Belt Chorus" of Algona is Dick; Schultz of Livermore, who has been singing with them for the past year. Another member is his son, Ron Schultz of Huim boldt. ON COMMITTEE Postmaster Mary Colwell has; bean appointed to serve on th^ Time and Place committee 1 for s the Iowa Chapter Convention of* N.A.P.U.S. to be held Rapids April 24-27. *ps«ker. Mrs. Roy Bieaenteyw of LuVetn* w« installed as oft« (tie district officer*, she will be in charge of campus try. The noon luncheon was served at various churches in Dayton. Tft* W.S.C.S. of th« ftteth* dist church met in the Rev, Biesemeyer home at Lu Verne on Wednesday afternoon, seventeen members attending. Mrs fiiesemeyer was in charge of the devotions and lesson. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mr*. Louis BfthoutWk have returned home after spending the past two months on a vacation trip. Leaving here the 16th of February they took the Northern route to Casper, Wyo where they spent 10 days in the home of their son, Dr. and'Mrs Jerome Behounek and family They stayed overnight in Den ver and then went to Colorado Springs where they were over night visitors in the Albert Weber home. The Webers former ly owned the locker plant in Li vermore. From there they went to Window Rock, Ariz, where they spent a night in the home of Mrs/Ann Mies, another for mer Livermore resident. Next they went to Phoenix where they spent two weeks. Enroute to Texas they were ovemigh guests in the home of Mrs. An na Welter in Tucson and also visited with Mr. and Mrsi Fred Falb. After leaving Texas they took a bus tour in New Orleans for sight seeing the city, coming through Mississippi they spent the weekend in the Otto Schwenck home near Okalona. All together they traveled approximately 6000 miles and were in 13 states. They arrived home on Monday having spont Easter Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Uhlenhake and family at Evansdale. Mrs. James L.mpk* was hostess to the Deal and Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. C, M. Baker won hdgh, Mrs. Clarence Carlson 2nd ivermor* St. B«nk 53 liVtftfttfe Oil Co. __ 55 69 Mike's Service Gat. 48 76 Schmidt's.._.___ _•__. 16 112 Hit* Individual feriM U N. Bormann ftalph Bormann .____ 563 Bdb" GWnbach 532 High Individual Gam* L N. Bormann „ 244 Ralph Bormann — 219 Maurice McGee 214 High Team Series K.O. Hardware 2430 Sawyer's _____ :______^___ 2401 American Legion _____ ___ 2397 High Team Gam* K.O. Hardware _ ____ _ ___ _ 892 848 Program at Fort Lwnatd W.pod, IS, M* will »ttp to NlMdnM 6u|ff;Untt at th« completion <rf lite-jft months tout 0f Active ; duty^ Me was graduated from Gtrrlfan high school ill 1963; THOMAS J. ZAUOO USS eideride (ACC'll) (FH TNC) April 7— Electronic^ Technician Third Class Thotiias J. Zaugg, USN, son of Mrs. Cornelius E. Zaugg, Algona, is a crewmcmber of the amphibious flagship USS Eldorado which ___________ Mike's Service Garage _ ___ 826 Dick's ________^ ________ 826 TOP SIX BOWLING \-••';••'• : •' w -. Pioneer ___^__: 79 Pete's Garage __^ 73 K.C. 67 L 49 55 61 64 67 86 Smith Lumber _____ 64 Vote's Place ^ ______ 61 Livermore, Lanes __ 42 High Team Series Smith Lumber ~___^ ______ 2504 Pioneer ________________ 2452 Pete's Garage __: ____ ^____ 2443 1 .High Team Game Smith Lumber ___________ 882 Pioneer— -_—-—___.—_ 867 Pete's Garage ———___ 857 High Individual Game Clarence Meyers _________ 224 Ervin Meyers _ ______ _____ 214 Bob Bormann _______ ____ 211 High Individual Series Bob Bormann _____________ 581 Ervin Mertz _____________ 572 Clarence Meyers _________ 557 In the &V«niii Fleet. "Jack* Set Ill CdPflni SWnlel and George toured the National Beti Sigma Phi offlctein Kantts City, Mo. fecentiy. This was the first time. any members of the Algona sorority had visited the biifldilig, Need Printing! CatHhe ADVANCE! MOTIOE This It the Larson School of Haintyling SUMMER' CLASS SCHEDULE. Monday, June 13 Monday, July 11 'Visit Anytime' 'Enroll Early' Classes are filling rapidly )j LARSON SCHOOL OF HAIRSTYLING 203 V* Grand Ave. — Phone 262-5588 Spencer, Iowa;; BoM Go Buick Special. Go see your Buick dealer. (The going's great!) Immediate delivery of your favorite model, color and opt ions I 1st class selection! 1st class '66 Buick Special— winner of its class in the Pure Oil Performance Trials glus the Popular Science Gold Gup for outstanding performance in the Trials! Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick Special right now? (You never had it so easy!) your Byick deaKr during his Par-Busting Sale.. SCHULTZ BBOS. - South Phillipj St. Mr. and Mr$. Wm. B. Davis entertained a group of their riends at their home Friday evening in honor of their 45th wedding anniversary which "was the next day April 16. Seven couples shared the courtesy and cards was the evening's entertainment. Those winning prizes were Mrs. Bill Wilson and Har old Roathler, high prize, Mrs. Norman Scott and Julius Becker low, Mrs. Julius Becker and Carol Olson travel. Later lunch was served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad Mr, and Mrs. Julius Becker, Mr and Mrs. Richard Ferstl, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson and Mr. and Mrs, Norman Scott. Gifts were given to Mr. and Mrs. Davis by their guests. Nine members of the W. S. C.S., Mrs. Herbert Raney, Mrs. Dale Joiner, Mrs. Hartley. Macintosh, Mrs. Paul Jarvis, Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Mrs. LaVonne Benjamin, Mrs. Betty Hill, Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg and Mrs, Lucille Clemmens went to Dayton Thursday for the annual meeting of the W.S.C.S. in the Fort Dodge District. There were 480 ladies present representing 54 towns. The meeting was held at the Methodist church with high and Mrs. T. D. Rossing low. Mrs! Daryl Baker and Mrs. Ferris Hundertmark were guests. SERVICEMEN Ren Fredericks who attends college at Le Mars spent his Easter vacation in the parental Daryl Frederick home. Mrs. John Olson and Mrs. Eva Volberding of Hanboldt left Des Moines Wednesday on a bus trip,to,Washington, D-C. where they, wilj ; attend; the ^Cpntiriiental Congress of the "National meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution., They will be gone 10 days. '..,.. Mrs. Clair Bellinger of Lone Rock spent one day last week with her aunt, Mrs. Lela Heiter. ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz re- caived word Wednesday evening that Mrs. Hintz's brother, Art Ramus of Des Moines had passed away that afternoon. He had been ill for over a ^ear and had entered the hospital again oh Monday. . The Neighborhood Card Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Roethler Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Ray mond Graaf won high, Mrs. Bill Davis low and Mrs. Henry Groh travel, Roy Smith has returned home after spending two weeks at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge where he underwent surgery for an ulcer, Their two daugh ters, Mrs. Milo Smith of Hartford, la. and Mrs. Sylvia Boelman of Meservey has been here since their father entered the hospital DOMINO LEAGUE W L Sawyer's 87 41 American Legion — 82 46 K.O, Hardware 81 47 Dick's _ 70 58 Andersen Motors — 65 63 JAMES B. HAUPTMAN Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. (AH- TNC) — Army Pvt. James B. Hauptman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Hauptman, Bancroft, completed a six-day leadership course here April 8th. Hauptman was trained to be an assisting platoon sergeant squad leader in his basic training company. He is a 1965 graduate of St. John's high school and was employed by the. Marlow Body Shop in Bancroft before enter ing the Army in March. GERALD L. HAAG Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. 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