Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 12
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6-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE •UiLIIHID AS PAUT OF TM1 KOSIUTH COUNTY AOVANCI THURSDAY* APRIL 21, Ex-LuVerne nan is killed in auto crash LuV*rn* The Terry Mitchells, Renwick, visited Sunday at Ralph Davidson's. Mr. Mitchell reported news received Saturday of a tragic auto accident at Bakersfield, Calif., in Which his sister the George Newberrys, were involved. Mr. Newberry was killed and Mrs. Newberry was unconscious. The Newberrys are former LuVerne residents. Funeral arrangements at this writing are not known. CLUB HAS MEETING Good Will club met April 21 in the basement of the LuVerne Co-op, elevator. Hostesses were Luella Blumer and Mrs. Alvin Weber. Mrs. Weber presided. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Raymond Nelson. Guests were Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Irvington; Mrs. Theodore John. son, Mrs. Otto Jagels, Mrs John Pergande, and Mrs. Marvin Reding, LuVerne. church held a study on the book The New Leisure" at the all day meeting April 20. Chapters were given by Mrs. Albert Hef- i, Emma Krause, Mrs. Marie rtaass, Mrs. Henry Marty, Mrs. jawrence Marty, Mrs. Fred Merkle. Pot luck dinner was served at noon. CHURCH GROUP ELECTS W.S.C.S. met April 20 in the ttethodist church. Mrs. Dale Zentner presided. Election of officers was held to be installed at the May 18 meeting. Devo- ions were led by Mrs. Frances Shorey. Hosts were Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. Elden Guess, Mrs. Bryan Stewart, Mrs. Chester Sill and,Miss Grace Ldchty. MEASLES VACCINE Measles immunizations will be administered for a nominal tee at the LuVerne school May 18th. All pre-school children are welcome to participate. Notify the school of nee be lore May 4 so that sufficient vaccine may be ordered. GRADERS VISIT GROTTO The fifth grade of -the Lu Verne school and teacher Mrs Selvig visited the Grotto at West Bend Thursday. They were taken on a guided tour. Mrs. Harold Meyer drove the bus for the 27 members of the class. CHURCH GROUP MEETS W.S.W.S. of the LuVerne EUB WANT ADS FOR SALE — 7 room home with car-port, full bath upstairs, half-bath downstairs, large new family room with fire place, carpeting, drapes, landscaped back yard. Janies Mallory, LuVerne Iowa. 30w34 CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank my relatives and friends for flowers, cards and remembrances sent me during my hos pitalization. Mrs. John Voss, Jr 34 DEKALBSEED AVAILABLE I have several choice adapted DeKalb corn varieties on hand. DEKALB SUDAX BRAND Sorghum — Sudan hybrid available NOW! Peter C. Reding Bode, Iowa 379-1490 31-33* Mrs. John Voss, Jr. entered the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge April 19 for observation and medical treatment. LeRoy Celkins had his 5th birthday Tuesday with guests ait Leslie Calkins': Mrs. Gerald Ramus, Billy, Bobby, Andrea, twins Lori and Lisa, Mrs. Jerry Stille, Denise and Rodney, Mrs. Otto Lawson, Otto and Freddie Cook, Des Moines. Mrs. Bertha Nelson, 89, Frost, Minn., who spent four weeks at her daughter, Alice, the Earle Hanseimans, was a recent patient in the Blue Earth hospital. They have now taken her co a rest home at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Nelson has lost most of her sight. < Mrs. Anna Hanselman he* the news that her son-in-law Harley Christensen, Ringsted, entered St. Mary hospital at Rochester, Minn, for observation. Mrs. Christensen, the former Elva Hanselman, and Mr. Christensen. are former residents here. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville, Des Moines was in LuVerne at her home here Tuesday to Friday. She visited her brother, the Lawrence O. Millers. Mrs. Alma Madden went to Ringsted Saturday and visited her sister Mrs. Alta Madden over the weekend. The Jack Guys had a* weekend guests his sister, Mrs. Margaret Anderson and children, Mason City. Sunday guests were another sister, Mrs. Maxine Collins and family, Humboldt, and their parents the Renwick. Roy ' Guys, BAMBOO LOUNGE WILL FEATURE THE TRUPODARS FRIDAY, APRIL 21 The Gerald Larsons have their first child, an 8 Ib. 11 oz. daughter born April 19 at Lu theran hospital, Fort Dodge. The Loyd Larsons, Humboldt, formerly LuVerne, are grandparents. The Paul Meases visited Sunday and Monday in Brookfield Mo, at Floyd Masterson's. Mrs Masterson and Mrs. Maas are sisters. They went for the fun eral of Elmer Campion, 81 Monday. He was a neighbor of the Maases who lived at Brook field before moving to LuVerne The Bryan Stewarts returnee Sunday from Kansas, Oklahoma Texas, and Arkansas, They vis ited a week in Springfield, Mo with Mr. Stewart's sister, Mrs R. A. Talbert, The Ray Agards had as Sun day guests their daughter Linda Agard and friend Cecil Kors- liind, Fort Dodge, and the Cyril Woodsons, Eagle Grove, parents of Mrs. Agard. The Dick Sorensons visited the Gerald Ramuses Sunday. Brenda and Lena, the adopted Korean daughters of the Carroll Martys, Ames, were guests at Dr. L. L. Snyder's in Algona last week. Brenda and Lana have been with the grandparents the Henry Martys in LuVerne for some time. Mrs. Carroll Marty, Ames, is ill in bed. The Joseph Norcrosses had as guests Sunday her sister the Lyle Bakers, Iowa Falls, their mother Mrs. Sam Mickelson, Belmond, son the Gary Norcros- ses, Humboldt. Their daughter, Marlene Norcross, Iowa Falls, was a weekend visitor. Lower grades to present music program The LuVerne Elementary grades, Kindergarten through fourth, will present the following program, Thursday, May 5, 1:45 p.m., in the school auditorium: ! Rhythm Band — Kindergarten. Puppet Show — 3rd Grade. Choral Reading — 4th Grade. Rainbow Fantasy — 1st and 2nd Grade. In the Rainbow Fantasy there will be Folk Dances such as the Chimes of Dunkirk, A Hunting We Will Go, Irish Jig, Butterfly Dance, and the Minuet. These were learned in the Physical training program. BREAKS AN ANKLE John, 12, son of the L. C. Wit temeiers broke his left ankle in a fall from his pony at the Lome of his parents, Sunday, le was taken by ambulance to the hospital at Britt. His mother is with him at the hospital. le is a sixth grader at the Lu Verne school. $90 IN BAKE SALE The Legion Auxiliary Unit reports $90 from the baked goods and rummage sale Saturday. Mrs. William Goetsch was speaker at an anniversary tea, for the 25th anniversary of the W.S.C.S. at the Methodist church in Pocahontas Thursday. She s a former member of the society. She was a guest of her aunt and uncle, the L. J. Elberts. George Schnetier, Connie, Jane and Cynthia; were Sunday guests of the son, the Jerry Schhetzers, Churdan. The Ear| Lehmans; Des Moines, were weekend guests of his sister the Fred Merkles. The Merle Burnbaumers, Kl- mberly and Teresa, Humboldt, visited her grandparents the Bert Thomases Sunday. The Clyde Dudley* visited Sunday in Des Moines with his brothers, the Stanley and Glen Dudleys. Dorranco Thomas, St. Paul, was a weekend guest of his parents, the Bert Thomases, for the birthday Saturday of his mother. The Jack Cook*, .Freddie, twins Mary and Nancy, and Teresa, Des Moines, came Thursday for the weekend with her parents the Harrison Cords. The Orville Long*, Do* Moines, visited Saturday at Bert Thomas's; Mrs, Thomas, sister of Mr. Long; had a birthday. The William Prior*, Ida Grove, called Saturday afternoon on friends here. They were en- route to visit his daughters, Marsha, the James Sloters, Forest City, and Sally, the Mickey Bakers, Mason City. Jack McClellen was admitted to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Monday for medical observation. . The Larry Ruggs, Fort Dodge were guests Sunday of his mother, Mrs. Audrey Baunv gartner. The W, Raymond Leglers we re guests Sunday of his parents, the Wilson Leglers, Fort Dodge. STRIKES'M SPARES MONDAY NIOHT LEAGUE High Team Serle* Bamboo Lounge _ ->__. 2656 High learn Game LuVerne Ins. ___— 984 High Individual Series W. Hippen ~L 528 High Individual Game W. Hippen — 202 S. Arends and TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE W L Traugcrs 93'/2 34% Pattersons 74 54 K & H Oil — 67Mt 60% Beauty Shop 67 53 Village Pump - :~ 67 57 Les's Barber Shop __ 56 72 Pioneer Cheese 48 80 Bamboo Lounge 31„ 93 High loam Series , Traugers _______ — 2268 K& HOil High T*am Gam* 869 Tweity-one 01 honor roll attuVerne A total of 21 students in the LuVerne Community high school were ranked on the honor roll tor the fifth six-week period, it was announced this week. Of the total, eight were on the "A" honor roll and 13 on the "B" honor roll. The list follows: 12th Oracle — Jane Hanselman (5), Dawn Undebak, Elaine Schnakenberg, and Earl Will. Tom Erpelding High Individual Series Marlys Stille -_-l_ 520 High Individual Gam* Betty Hansen 206 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Teani Series Sanfords _ : „___ 2773 High Team Gam* Sanfords 933 High Individual Scries Clem Stripling 588 High Individual Gam* Clem Stripling 215 THURSDAY~NJGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Gronbach's 2142 -, High Turn Gam* Gronbach's —I— 782 High iiiuividual Series Dale Zentner __— 565 Carmen Nielson ___-_.:_uJ^ 494 L High individual Gam* Dale Zentner — 220 Carmen Nielson __ 206 llth.Grade — Rita Patterson, Daryl Trauger, Paul Trauger, Delores Eggleston, Luana Leek (5) and Tom Steil. 10th Grade —Coleen Johns (5), Jean Casey, Mary Cronk Rebecca Daley, Doug Nelson (5 and Henry Schnakenberg. 9th 1 Grade — Connie Hefty Don Bristow, Barry Selby am Ronnie Wolf. Mrs. Guy Giddings, who lives ait the Good Samaritan Home in Algona, spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. Giddings at their home here. WMtiittv Cray**, i fmhman In high Mhod, George, who Just returned from his tour of duty wtth the army in Viet N«m and their daughter, Karen, Mrt. Jeny Rhodes Mid two wnall chiidren of Nevada, low*. The Watkin* ftmiiy formerly livid in Algona and now live in Over* land Park, Kans. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Loomer of Britt, uncle and aunt of Mn. Falb. SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE high Team beries Goetsch's ____ ____ ___:.— 2080 High Team Game : Lawson's ______________ ^_ 7 ; 7i High Individual aerio* BUI H. — — _______ - ____ 596 Martha Wolf _______ _ — - |JM High Individual Game " BUI H _____ — — ________ : — 228 Norma Watts _ ____ _„, ---- 182 LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. P. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week p«yi Saturday* 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12=00 1:00 to 5:00 Clot*d «ll day W«dn«*d*y LuVfrne, low* Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 3 3304 '-,0- School band plans program next Tuesday On Tuesday, May 3, at 7:30 p.m., the : LuVerne Community School Concert Band and the Downbeats will present a pops concert. A . partial program is as follows: Hey, Look Me Over Mary Poppins Themes from "The Student Prince" Mancini! , v: » Concert Band Georgia on My Mind : Yesterday Taste of Honey Thiinderball i. Downbeats, The program will be in the school gym and there is no admission charge. The Music Mothers will serve refreshments in the lunchroom following the program. The Leonard Hansons, Irvington, were guests Sunday of her parents, tne Walter bierstedts. Guest* of the Otto Wille* Sunday were his brother, the Robert Willes, Butterfield, Minn., their son, Allen Wille, Anchorage, Alaska, Mrs. Katharine Krause, Algona, Mrs. Anna Krause, and the Herman Krauses, Renwick. The Sherman Arends were Sunday visitors with his sister, the Jim Duea's, Humboldt. The Stanley Genriches, his mother Mrs. Gladys Genrich, were Sunday guests of the Everett Stevens at Sexton tor the 76th birthday of Mrs. Genrich April 26. Guests at Dale Zentner's Tuesday for the 12th birthday of Tommy Zentner were his grandmother, Mrs. Harold Nielson, Sr., the Robert Nielsons, Harold Nielsons, Jr., and Wayne Warm- biers. , , The Rev. Ralph Hindmans were hosts to the Christiannaire Sunday school class at the E.U.B. church' Thursday. Mrs. Melvin Marty presided. Mrs. Donald Marty had the lesson. The Otto Lawsons had the entertainment. The L. B. Sheltons, Harry Naffzigers, and Barbara Sharold Traugers and Carl Hanselman attended the final concert of the Fort Dodge Symphony orchestra Sunday. Mr. Naffziger and Miss Sharman are members of the orchestra. Guest pianist Mrs. Marleta Blitch, Cedar Falls, was a friend of Marlene Shelton, daughter of the L. B. Sheltons 1 when attending Simpson college. Mrs. Harry Naffziger spent Monday and Tuesday with her daughter Judith, the Richard Lanns, Fort Dodge. She assisted thfe Lanns move to South Sioux City, Neb. Mr. Lanti, who has teen employed at Iowa Beef Packing plant, Fort Dodge, has been transferred to manage a new plant at Dakota City, Neb. Mrs. Oscar William, Ottoaen, and her aunt, Mrs. Rex Dawson, Grand Rapids, Ohio, were Sunday visitors at Frank Gronbach's. Mrs. Dawson is a cousin of Mrs. Gronbach. She was a sister of the late Mrs. Max Lau, LuVerne. Mrs. Dawson came for the wedding of her nephew, son of the Albert Laus, Fort Dodge, Saturday. Walther League of the Lu Verne Zion Evangelical Lutheran church completed a candy sale Thursday. Hostesses were Jane Hanselman and Douglas De Orotte. ' The Millar Werglands, Hardy, visited friends the Ralph Davidsons Sunday. Jane Hanselman, president of the local Walther League, accompanied LuVerne - leaguers, Henry Schnakenberg, Michele Coyle, Kris Meyer, Dennis Hanselman to a zone rally at the Burt Lutheran church Sunday.' The infant daughter of the Howard Krauses was baptized Shawnna Marie Sunday in the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church. The Rev. R. T. Mueller officiated with sponsors Louis Jacobson, Ottosen, and Mrs. Howard Krause, LuVerne. Dinner guests were the Rev. Muellers, the grandparents the Clarence Krauses, LuVerne; Edward Zin- nels, Ottosen; Louis Jacobsons, Howard Krauses, Emma Krause and Mrs: Martha Hintz, LuVer- Swea Eagle Mr*. Kenneth Brooe* eeeeeeeee«MM»»»»»»»« Lotww and ._ Schuter'a, Schuler's bif ne. Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and Mrs. Allyn Brink attended the Mothers Day weekend tea Saturday and Sunday at the Delta Zeta Sorority at Ames. Their daughters Clara Schnakenberg and Raeann Brink are mem bers. . . '; The David Traugers, Ames, visited their parents; the Har mans over the weekend. Robert "Bob" Norcross was released April 18 from the University hospital, Iowa City, following surgery; He spent several days in Story City with his fiance Donna Richardson. Monday, April 24 he resumed work at his body shop in LuVerne. Mrs. Virgil Jensen came home from Rochester, Minn, where she had been a patient at St. Mary's hospital. Visitors last week at the Jensen home include the Mmer Bergs, Emmons, Minn., Richard Krumms, Weldon Brandts, Lester Hessel- dahls, Winnebago, Minn., Mrs. Otto Pingle, Mrs. Emil Larson, Mrs. Francis Torine, Mrs. Bill Thompson, the Maynard Jensens, Edith and Myrtle Molinder, Mrs. Eldon link, and the David Medemas, Rock Rapids. Mrs. Medema is staying for a while to help care for her mother while she recuperates. Easter guests at Rev. S. Hammers, Gilmore City, were their children including the Ronald Hammers, Kansas City, Rev. Duane Nelsons, Dodgeville, Wis. and the Darrel Bishops. Recent coffee guests at Maynard Gregersen's were Mrs. Ralph Walker,- Mrs. Joe Johnson, Mrs. Art Claussen, Mrs, Marlin Geerdes, Mrs. James Smith and Mrs. Lavern Smith. Her cousins, the Carl Corpor- ons, Dumont, were recent guests at Walter Magnusen's. Sisters of Mrs. Walter Magnusen, Mrs. Palmer Cassem, New Richland, and the Christ Madsens, Charles City, came Saturday, and with Mrs. Magnusen were at the Fairmont hospital during the last illness of Mrs. Loren Cutler, mother of the women. Mrs. Cutler who has been living at a nursing home in Fairmont, took suddenly ill. Recent callers at August Robison's home were Mrs. Dorothy Schultz, Des Moines, Mrs. Hazel Sabin, Algona, and the Kenneth Roneys, Irvington. The Harold Roalsons, Tony of the Harold Roal. ..... . Friday the Clarence Lollies, FAlrmoht, Harold Roalsons, Oil' ford Beadles and August Robi- sons were it Tony Lohse's for the birthday of Mrs. Lohse, Heart Fund donations toe Swea township amounted to 1102 this year, according to Mrs. Laurel Peterson, Swea township chairman. Solicitors Were Mesdames Clinton Mart, Virgil Preston, Floyd Montgomery, Eugene Fitzgerald, Tom Preston, James Preston and Mervin Johnson, and Glen Olson. Attending the County Federation meeting at Titonka Monday were Mesdames Ervin Link, Frank Dohtje, Selmer Uhr, Raymond Johnson, Elvin Swanson, Harley Work, Harold Jones, and Pauline Newlin. Mrs. perwood Voight, Fenton, former Swea Cityan, was elected county vice president. NEW AND USED Lawn Mowers Lawson Hardware Renwick LuV«rn« DIVIDEND NOTICE On April 22, 1966, Directors of Iowa Public Service Company declared a quarterly dividend of 30c per *har* on the Common Stock, payable June 1, 1966, to stockholders of record May 6, 1966. The regular quarterly dividends on the 3.75%, 3.90% and 4.20% Cumulative Preferred Stocks were declared payable June 1, 1966, to stockholders of record May 6, 1966. IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY E. M. RAUN CHAIRMAN OF TUE BOARD Liver more Mrs. Mayme Scott '»»*eeeeeee»*e*ee»»ee»e»« SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE WE'RE NOW READY TO... YOUR m BEANS i Luverne Co-op Elevator | (ELPON GUESS, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl went to the Norman Scott home Sunday evening to help him celebrate his birthday. Cards was the evenings entertainment with a pot luck lunch being served afterwards. . Margaret Weyer, who teaches at Dyersville was a Livermore visitor over the weekend. Chris Rosenau, son of the Leonard Rosenaus, has been a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge for several days. Friday visitors in the Ray Falb home were his sister and family, Mr,,and Mrs. Harto HAPPY HOME ??VALUESii We have a limited supply of choice varieties of Super-Crest Seed Corn. This fine performing corn is now available for your planting needs. JOHN VOSS, Jr. LUVERNE, IOWA Phbn* 882-3697 34-36-38 You can't fill a barrel beyond its shortest stave. Likewise, you can't reap from your farm a yield greater than can be produced by the one plant food in shortest supply. HARDWARE WEEK APRIL 25-30 COME IN — Take Advantage Of Our Many Spring Bargains And Register For A HAM* BLEB And Many Other NATIONAL HARDWARE WEEK Contest Prizes, See Our Catalog For Nym.rpy* Ittms And LOWEST PRICES LAWSON HARDWARE PLUMBING - HEATING - WIRING LU VERNE RENWICK TU 3^iiiJ^^ The 16 staves in this barrel represent 16 essen« tial elements scientists know are necessary for plant growth. A deficiency of any pne plant food will limit yields long before the deficiency is severe enough to be observed in your field. Could 9 deficiency of any one of the 16 plant foods be limiting your yields? Give your crops all the plant food they need for abundant growth. Use PELlLEFORM with TREL, Clean, green pellets of uniform size have maximum water solubility, TREL, Smith-Douglass 1 exclusive formula of trace elements, is added. There'* a grid* of PELLEFORM with TREL for tvery crop and soil. LuVerne Crop Service 8»2-3234 Lw Verne, Iowa

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