Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1966
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Arthur Ramus services held atLuVerne LuVerne — Funeral services for a former LuVerne resident, Arthur E. Ramus, 61, pes Moi- iies, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the LuVerne Methodist church. The Rev. Gerald Invin, Moth odist pastor from Des Moines, officiated. Attendants were Bert C. Ramus, Richard Miller, Henry Ristau, Rhinehold H. His- tau, Dennis Canoll, Lowell Thomas. Burial was in the Lu Verne cemetery with the Blake Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Ramus died Wednesday at Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines, where he had been a patient two days. He was ill a year with cancer. Mr. Ramus was born in Lu 2, 19M. Sufvtvow if e fair dreti, Dixie, Mrs. Elwin Ellston, baflene, Mrs. Allen Milter and Donald Rtmus, til Des Moines, ftftid Gerald ftamus, LuVerne, and 14 grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers and five sisters, John, Winterhaven, Fla.; William, Des Moines; Leona, Mrs. Fred Hinz, Livermore; Lillian, Mrs. Louis Peterson, Davenport; Florence, Mrs. Allen Darby, LuVerne; Alice Mae, Mrs. Lewis Wildren, Owatonna, Minn., and Vera, Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Union Grove, Wis. AT DISTRICT MEET Attending the W.S.C.S. Fort Dodge District annual meeting at Dayton April 14 from Lu Verne .were Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer, Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mrs. pale Zentner, Mrs. Allen Blake, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. Elmer Kubly. Mrs. Goetsch took part in the skit, "A Tis- ket a Tasket", showing the so- cities filling the baskets of mo- Verne August 5, 1904 to William and Dora Ramus. He lived in LuVerne until 1942 then moving to Des Moines where he was an auto mechanic. In 1925, he married Ruth Sen- ultz at LuVerne. She died June COUNCIL MINUTES 'flHHHIB • • ' _ ^•' ^P • ',. ' 'i- t •', r^^'*i»f H . ^ • B^ • • ^^fc ^^"" ' I riDunc , THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA (low.) ADVANCE-S Girls state ', COUNCIL MINUTES TOWN OF liiVCRNE LuVcrnc, low* March JO, IfM Council 'met In special session with Mayor Mallory presiding, anjd all ' councilmen present. • Meeting was called to open bids on the water main project to the LuVerne Crop Service Plant. Harojd Nielsen, lowest bidder, received the' contract. A building permit was given to Elmer Kubly .to build a house and garage. A committee was appointed to look for a town utility, tractor.. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk April 4, 196* Council met in regular session with Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilmen present: Gronbacn, Lawson, Nielsen and Zentner. Councilmen absent: Strand. The following claims were allowed: State Dept, of Health $ 3.00 R. C. Walline 314.37 Harold Trauger 116.19 Delain Blumer -- 161.52 I.P.E.R.S. 171.50 I.H.S. Co. 210.46 Gary Ernst .- - 32.00 Giese 'Const. Co. 35.00 Advance Pub. Co. 13.20 ney to take to the assembly meeting at Portland, Ore. in May. She also took part in the candlelight pledge services. This is the fourth and last year Mrs Goetsch had been secretary of missionary personnel. Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer was installed as campus ministry secretary and will take Office June 1. Douglas, Dennis and Norman Marty*' and the Rev. arid Mrs. Ralph Hindman Sunday attended . a youth 'fellowship meeting in the Evangelical United church in Fort 'Dodge* i ' Th« Robert Smiths and Larry Lee, Algona, were; ^Sunday guests of her parents the Charles Heinkels. • Tht Leslie Pechumers and Fred Goetsch 6.00 Nielsen's D-X 23.30 Lowell's Station -- -- 10.95 Skelly Oil,.. -- --- 51.91 Co-op. Elevator 3.56 LuVerne Ins. Agency 341.54 Gary Agard 4.38 la. Finance Officers Assn. 5.00 State Permit Board 3.00 Matt Parrott & Sons 67.13 N.W. Bell Telephone 16.76 Rockwell Mfg. Co. 37.88 Int. Rev. Service --- -- 205.80 State Tax. Comm. 15.37 Dir. of Int. Rev. ..- 153.30 A utility tractor and loader was purchased from the lowest bidder, Gene Klcve. A Class B Club beer permit was issucc to the American Legion Post. ...Rates .wore, set tor the U5c..o(. .any town equipment. The council hired Fred Goetsch to be marshall at JIOO.OO per month. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Receipt! for March, 196*: General $184.8f Street 29.09 Public Safety 9:31 Sanitation 5.82 Mun. Ent. 18.73 Recreation 5.82 Utilities 27.47 Road Use Tax ,--. 531.45 Henry Laerwald were fishing at Pierre, S.D. last week. Eldon Hinz, son of the Arnold Hin7.es, came April 12 after 2M> years service in Amberg, Germany, as a mechanic in the army. He reports May 1 to a base in Virginia. Mrs. James Neville, her daughter, Mrs. Diane Childs and daughter Lisa, Ames, visited Saturday with the A. W. Dim- lers, parents of Mrs. Neville. The William Hartwigs, Fort Dodge, were guests Friday of their daughter, the Melvin Martys for the 17th birthday of their grandson Dennis. The list meeting of the winter 500 card club was held Sunday a.t Gary Norcrosses, Humboldt, formerly of Irvington. The Glen Conklins, Humboldt, were guests. Five tables were played. Present _were the Ben Heftys, Jim Heftis, LeRby Webers, Larry Hendersons, Myron Hinzes, Jim Stahls, Vernon ianselmans, and Jerry Stilles. The Harry Naffiigers and tfrs. Marie Maass visited Sunday in Cedar Falls with David LuVerne — Miss Gretchen Zentner, 16, the daughter of the Dale Zentners, LuVerne, was chosen to attend Girls' State in Cedar Falls in June from, the Auxiliary Unit of the American Legion Ernest Merkle Post No. 664, LuVerne. Her alternate is Rita Patterson. Gretchen is a' junior in the LuVerne Community high school. Her activities include band, drum majorette, mixed chorus, sextette, double mixed quartet, solo, speech. She is a member of the LuVerne Methodist church and M.Y.F. officer. Pops concert for LuVerne school May 3 LuVerne — On Tuesday eve* ning, May 3, the LuVerne Community School concert band and stage band, The Downbeats, wjll present a pops concert. Music by the concert band includes songs from Broadway shows and from the movies, as well as some familiar old favorites. The Downbeats, a group of nineteen students, features songs currently popular. The program will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the school gym. There is no admission charge. AT WSCS MEETING An annual Woman's Society f Christian Service convention vas held Thursday in Dayton. Attending from the LuVerne Hethodist church society was:! VIrs. Dale Zentrier, Mrs. Allen Blake, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Mrs. Carl Swanr son, Mrs. AMn Weber, Mrs. William Goetsch, district officer and Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer. Mrs. Biesemeyer was recently ilected and was installed Thursday as a district officer as see- 'etary of campus ministry. dents announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Ann, to James R. Farquhar, son Of the James A. Farquhars, also of Compton. She attended Com* pton schools and graduated from Dominguez high school in 1964. She is attending Ccrritos college and will graduate in June, and is affiliated with Tau Rho Beta dental assisting sorority. He also attended the Compton schools and Compton college and is now in the California National Guard. A late summer wedding is planned. She is the granddaughter of the Har old Skaugstads, Bode. Bode girl is named to go to Girls State Bedt — Clover leaf Auxiliary met with Mrs. Ellen Kinseth April 5. Mrs. Richard Bakken reported the county meeting in Bode. Entertainment was by a flute trio from Twin Rivers school and readings by Becky Aure and Jo Ellen Meyers. The Auxiliary had the Legion Birthday party April 1. Mrs. Eleanor . ...... , „ . Grafstad reported clothing val- aturday of the death of Carl EX-RESIDENT DIES Word was received in Bode stada, Belle Plain, Mijm-. fr. Charles Skaugstads, Coralville, Harold Jensons and Duke Edges, Humboldt. Sunday the Howard Raymonds, Humboldt, visited the Skaugstads. Mrs. Burton Rood had the Bode Woman's club April IS at a 1:30 dessert luncheon, County officers were guests, and included Mrs. Wayne Miller and Mrs. Kenneth Beck, Humboldt,,, Mrs. Earl Olson, Ottosen, and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, Rutland. Mrs. Basil Brock had charge of the meeting. Mrs. Darrell Johnson gave devotions. Mrs. Norman Holland gave a travel talk , . and showed slides of her recent European trip. Totol ___________ ......... $812.57 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona. Iowa. April 21, 1966. i BAMBOO LOUNGE — WILL FEATURE — "THE SKYMEN" OF ALGONA FRIDAY, APRIL 22 Vaffziger and They attended Lavon Maass. the concert o Miss... Rita,, Patterson, 17, al termate is the daughter of the Max Pattersons, LuVerne. Riti is a junior in the LuVerne Com MEMORIAL SOCIETY MEETS The LuVerne Memorial Society met April 14 in the city hall wiith good attendance and president Mrs. Anne Smith presid- .ng. Hostesses were Mrs. BerthaC Schipull, Mrs. Charles Hinz and Mrs. Clara Wolf. Mrs. Faye Lichty read a poem and bingo was played. Out of town guests were Mrs. Martha Goicoachea of Reno, Nev., Mrs. Wilson Legler and Mrs. Kate Barton, Ft Dodge. CLUB HAS MEETING The Tuesday club met April 12 with Mrs. Elmer Kubly with eight" of tHe ten"niembers""pfes ent. Piano were made for the May luncheon, last meeting cf Engaged ied at $28.41 was sent to the assigned child. The unit voted o send Geri Vedvik to Girls State, with Mary Lou Olson as alternate. The next county meeting is to be in Humboldt. lostesses assisting Mrs. Kinseth were Mrs. Sigre Olson, and Mrs. Gena Olson. ; en- LuVerne — The James es of Bode announce the agement and forthcoming mar- iage of their daughter Mariann Elizabeth, to Gary J. Bramer on of the Max Bramers of Wau j Wis. Mariann, who gradua ed from the LuVerne Commu nity school and the Fort Dodge Community College is employed as a passenger representative n the city ticket office for Scandinavian Airlines System o hioago, 111. Gary, who is graduate of Wausau high sch ool, served with the U.S. Air Torce, overseas for 3 years. H( s a supervisor for North Cen trail Airlines at O'Hare Field Mcago. A June 11 wedding i being planned in Chicago. WILL BE MARRIED The Earl Skaugstads, .Comp;on, Calif., former Bode resi- MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE ederson, Minneapolis. Mr. Peerson, the son of the John Pe- ersons, was a former Bode re- ident. His wife is the former Dorothy Rossing. Mr. Pederson ied in a Minneapolis hospital Saturday after a long 'illness. Funeral services are planned or Tuesday from Enger Funer- 1 parlors with burial in Minneapolis. Survivors: Jnqlude;: -:-:; his wife, and son .Clayton, two 1 bro- hers and five sisters. Mr. Pederson has a ,number of relatives in the Bode area. W Livermore Co-op. 30 Corner Store :__ 27 Bamboo Lounge 24 L 14 17 20 25 26 30 RUMMAGE SALE The Auxiliary Unit will hoi rummage and baked good sale at 2 p.m. Saturday at. the LuVerne town hall. All rummage articles are to be left at the city hall Friday evening for masking.' •->•<.•! •>,•> ,,\ VM«» / LuVerne Ins. 19 Prior Skelly 18 Standard Oil ___ 14 Hinh Team Series Bamboo Lounge 2776 High Team Carre Bamboo Lounge 979 Htnh Individual Series R. Nielsen ; 565 High Individual Game R. Nielsen 204 TUESDAY,NIGHT LEAGUE Hinh Team Series K & H Oil 213 Hinh Team Game Pioneer Cheese 75 Series Marlys Stille 481 High Individual Game Marlys Stille ^ _.186 WANT AD iiSGEft in beautiful console cabinet. With forward and re- erse stitching, zig-zag sewing, uttonhole making monogramming and fancy stitch • designs with attachments. Fully guar- nteed. Full balance $41.25 at 1.25 weekly or will .discount or,cash. May be seen uv-your rea; Write Credit " Manager, Belle Plaine, Minnesota. 28-30-32* munity high school and her ac-!" 10 club year to be at the DeUte J 6 the Varsity band in which David plays trumpet. Mrs. Verm Thompson, Ledyard, visited several days with her cousins, Lottie and Jennie Mason. Lutheran Fellowship club met n the church Sunday with hosts the Wayne Warmbiers and Milton Wilhelms. Owen Curry presided. Entertainment was 500 with high, Walter Bierstedt and Mrs. John Pergande, low, Albert Wilhelm and Mrs. Owen Curry. Mrs. Frank Gronbich entertained her other Canasta club Thursday evening. At play Mrs. Clara McClellan, high, Mrs, Fay Harmon, low and Mrs. Albert Schneider, chair: prize. Mrs. Clara McClellan was host to the 500 card club Tuesday afternoon. Guest players were Mrs. Amelia Hanselman, Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mrs. Faye Lichty. At play high, Mrs. Eli Eager, low, Mrs. Lichty. Sunday guest* of the Walter Bierstedts were his cousins, the Ferdinand Bierstedts, Fenion. tivities include being a straight A student, Junior class president, member of Student Council, stage band, speech, mixed chorus, mixed double quartet. She is a member of the Lu Vcrnc Methodist church, choir, MYF sub-district MYF, representative. Tea Room in Humboldt May 3. Mrs. Ralph Davidson had the opic. Election, of officers held, are as follows: Mrs. Anrie Smith, iresident; Mrs. Kubly, vice; Mrs. Henry Marty, sec.-treas. ATTEND WEDDING The A. J. Pcrgandes spent the weekend in Des Moines. They were Friday guests of her nephew the Berlyn Larsons. Saturday they attended the wedding of the daughter of her cousin, Sandra Sue Chivers, to Marion Sachs in the Union Park Christian church. They will live in Des Moines. Saturday afternoon Mr. Pergande visited the Harold Phillips family, former residents here. SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING The meeting of the Comrade Sunday School class of the Lu Verne Evangelical United Brethren church was held in the fellowship rooms of the church Thursday evening with the Jack Heftys hosts. The Fred Merkles led the devotional service and gave the lesson study. The en tertainment was in charge of Miss Luella Blumer. WE'RE NOW READY TO CLEAN YOUR BEANS Luverne Co-op Elevator ELDON GUESS, M«n« 9 er The Charles Browns and chil dren of Sanborn, his parents the Carl Browns of Algona were Easter guests of her parents the Ernest Meyers. Mrs. Lydia Lund has returned from a ten day Easter visit in Davenport with her daughter Dolores, the Walter Rekwards and Paul and her son the Adoph (Ole) Lunds and family. Easter guests of Mrs. Georgia Barton and Alice Ann we•e the William Barton's of Ft. Dodge, the Marvin Broesders of Algooa, the Earl Barton's and the Donald Kruse's of Lu Verne. The Frank Gronbachs were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the Elmer Gronbach home in Livermore. The dinner honored the birthday of Elmer Gronbach. Guests were his brother Lawrence (Pat) Gronbaoh, Los Angeles, Calif., visiting here and his sisters, Mrs. Freda Steussy of Algona, Mrs. Dora Gronbach and Mrs. Amelia Hoffman of Livermore. The Friendly Neighbor club met April 12 with Mrs. Albert Hefti and all members present. Mrs. Jon Wilkerson had the lesson. The surprise entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Edwin Hefti. They made Easter hats which they molded. The Missionary Guild were April 13 guests of the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason. Qud of town guests were Mrs. Verna Thompson, Ledyard and Mrs Harry Christensen of Humboldt Mrs. Earl Neal led the devo- AT DES MOINES FUNERAL The Lawrence O. Millers, son Billy, daughters, the Bill Wick- etts and Dwight Savages attended the funeral, of Donald Baskerville, brother-in-law of Mr Miller at 1' p.m. Thursday in the Westover Funeral Home in Des Moines with burial at Hub bard. The Elmer Gronbachs, Livermore, and brother Lawrence Gronbach, Los Angeles, Calif., were guests Sunday of the 'rank Gronbachs. • Pattie Erpelding was a week juest of Mrs. James Lenz at he Allen Blake home. Patti is attending a beauty school in Viason City. Mrs. John Stampka accompanied her daughter, the James Grays, Algona, Friday to Shenandoah for a weekend visit at the parental Ralph Gray's. The William Goetsches were Tuesday guests of his brother the Carl Goetsches, Algona. They then attended the Boy Scout Court of Honor. David Riley, nephew of William Gostsch, received his Eagle Scout Award. The Carl Goetsches are his grandparents. They were then lunch guests of his parents the Duane Rileys. Canasta 8 were Monday evening guests of Mrs. Frank Gron bach, Mrs. Eli Eager was a gue st and. received high at play low, Mrs. Duane Neal. John Evely visited during the Easter vacation at Leroy SeL vig's. He is taking post-graduate work at the Kansas State college at Emporia. The Paul Lansings, Des Moines, and Arnie Ketelsons, West Bend, visited last Saturday at Guy Lansing's. Visitors last week at Andy Espeland's were Clarence Espe land of Butler, S.D., Mrs. Cora Buhler and son Clifford, But ler, and Alma Espeland, Webster, S.D. They came for the funeral Tuesday ,.of ; their cbu sin, Clarence Helland; The,Lloyd Erwins, Renwick, were ailsx here for the funeral. Visitors ApriL 9 ,at ; Harolt Skaugstad's were the Tom Saw ycrs, Minneapolis, Deane Skaug WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE HirS Team Series LuVerne Bldg. 2786 H'" 1 ' earn Game LuVerne Bldg. —.__. 985 rt<"t> individual Series Owen Curry 599 Hinh Individual Game Owen Curry 242 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Dawson's 2165 •*i«-S Team Game Betty Hansen 193 H'ih u.uividual Series C. Stripling 594 V. Sorensen 497 Hinh individual Game Lloyd Erwin 218 SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Gostsch's 2168 High Team Game Nielsen's 766 High Individual aerit.- 9 Norma W. 504 Gail W. 496 rt>ah Individual Game Kathy C. 188 Gail W. 180 DEKALB SEED AVAILABLE I have several choice" adapted DeKalb corn varieties on hand. •--- DEKALB SUDAX BRAND Sorghum — Sudan hybrid available NOW! — Peter C. Reding Boda, Iowa 379-1490 \ 31-33' LUVERNE eUNIC OR. 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 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 HARDWARE WEEK SPRING SALE Come in and take advantage of our many spring bargains and register for a Rambler and many other National Hardware Week contest priies. Sea our catalog for numerous articles at lowest prices. , LAWSON HARDWARE LUVERNE RENWICK tions. They voted $3 for the Cancer Crusade. The Joseph Norcrosses were in Iowa City Thursday with th eir son Robert who had sur gery at the University hospital Irwin "Bill" Jergensen re ,urned Saturday from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was a heart patient four weeks. The Bryce A. Wicketts had as Friday guests his sister the Jim 'Rudkins, Des Moines. They were enroute to open their lodge on Woman's Lake, Minn. Weekend guests at Jess Jer- g&nsen's were some of their children, the -Jack Jergensens, Omaha, Charles Bastians, Vincent; Kenneth Larsons, Des Moines; Jerry Smiths, Iowa Falls, and Mrs. Irwin Jergensen and children, LuVerne. The Bryce Wicketts spent the weekend at their cottage on Lake McKeown near Hackensack, Minn. The William Qreenes f Humboldt, called Sunday, at Fred Goetsch's. The Paul Phillips, Stewart ville, Minn., attended the funeral of Arthur Ramus Saturday. They also called on friends and relatives here. The William irpeldings, Oel wein, attended the senior class play Friday. Their son Tom is a senior. Visitors at Durwood Burtis's over the weekend were his bro ther the Daryl Burtises and their mother, Mrs. Rhoda Burtis, Sioux Falls, S.D. - LuVerne SMITH-DOUGLASS GRO-GHEEN ANHYDROUS AMMONIA Save time and labor with Smith-Douglass GRO-GREEN* Anhydrous Ammonia. Corn grows over a long season. 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