Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 13
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youth gets ISU scholarship livermore — Larry Curran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cliff an* who attends high school in Humboldt was one of the 14 Iowa high school graduates to receive a special scholarship to Iowa State university this Fall.; He will receive $500 a year for four years and must maintain an average of 3.0 (B) at the college. These students were selected on their high school record, test scores and future potential. Earlier in the year Larry had received a scholarship for $345 to be used during his freshman year for tuition 1 and fees. HAS BIRTHDAY The following ladies went to the home of Mrs. Louise Gronbach Tuesday afternoon to help her 'Celebrate her 1 birthday which was on Sunday: Mrs. Jacob Mlchelson, Mrs. Etta Underberg of Bode, Mrs. Martin Miller, Mrs. Herman Pooch,;, her sister of Ottosen, Mrs. Ernie Logue, Mrs. Grace Anderson, Mrs. J. C. Kelly and, Mrs. Grace Satem. Canasta was played during the afternoon and later a pot luck lunch was served; complete with a birthday cake. Birthday cards and gifts were given to Gronbaeh by her guests; Mrs. John Olson, Mrs, Jessamine Miller and Miss Anna Murray attended an all day meeting of Presbyterial at the First Presbyterian church in Ft. Dodge on Thursday. Mrs. LeVonne Benjamin was hostess to the W.S.C.S. at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Vaughn gave the lesson. Mr. end Mrs. Fred Hintt were visitors in the home of Mrs. Hltitz's aunt, the Will Gilford home at Burt Sunday afternoon and were supper guests in the Dick St. John home at Irvington. Mrs. Al Lenertt was hostess to the Deal and Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Clarence Carlson won low, Mrs. Edwin Ver S ,> Tr ib u n c ,«*- THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THI KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCE—* NEW DAUGHTER A girl, weight 8 Ibs * was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough Thursday, April 28 at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. Meg Holmes, sister of Mrs. McCullough is .looking after the .three small-boys in the family while their mother is in the hospital; ,. ' GUEST DAY AT BODE Sixteen members., of.'the;' Lutheran Aid attended Guest Day at St. Olaf's Lutheran J church in Bode Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knight of Hum bold t showed slides and gave a talk tyn their visit to the Holy Land. ;' second high and Mrs. Jim lormann, high. Mrs. Raymond Berte was a guest. Guests in the hem* ef Mrs. Louise Gronbaoh Wednesday afternoon were Mrs. Maggie Sen- rieber, Airs. Maude Wilson, Mrs. Lucy Conley, Mrs. Jacob Michelson, Mrs. Grace Anderson and Mrs. Richard Fuller ton. A social afternoon was spent and the hostess served cake and coffee. Eddie Blasen of White Like, S.D. is visiting his uncle, the George Lenertzs and with other relatives enroute to his home after spending the winter in Texas. M!« Sue Strable of Cedar Rapids was a visitor in the Henry Groh home from Friday until Monday morning corning by plane to Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Bill Davis was hostess to the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs, Julius Becker won high prize HAS SURGERY Walton DeWitt was taken to Iowa City a week ago where he underwent surgery. He is progressing satisfactorily. His daughter, Jerri Lynn visited with him during the first weekend ho was {here. ATTEND GQP COUNCIL Mrs. Grace Anderson, Mrs. Jessamine Miller and Mrs. Ray Falb attended the Republican Women's Council meeting held at the Humboldt Country Club. Visitors in the Louis Behounek homo Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bshounek and Marvin of Hayfiald, Minn, and their son Kenneth and Betty May, both of Rochester. Other dinner guests were the Dennis Behounek family. Mrs. Myron Mrs. Guy Raney attended the all day meeting of Presbytery at the Presbyterian church in Nevada, Iowa one day alst week. Visitors In the home of Mrs. Beth Olson Thursday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday were Mrs. Minnie Leiss of Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Norman Helleseth of West Bend, Mrs. Silas Hanson of Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Edward Lenz of LuVerne, Mrs. Barney Fox, Mrs. Dale Joiner and Mrs. Herb Raney. Cards and gifts were presented to Mrs. Olson and a social afternoon was spent with cake and coffee being served. Mrs. Helleseth brought a birthday cake. Mrs. Myrtle Kinsley of Ft. Dodge visited in the Martin Miller home from Thursday until Saturday, coming by bus. Mr. end Mrs. Jim Howard end small daughter of Sioux City were weekend visitors in the parental Kenneth Howard hone. The Jim Howards will soon >e moving to South County Center, a suburb of St. Louis, Mo., where Jim will be department manager in the houseware department, handling towels, lin ens, drapery and yard goods in a new J. C. Penney store that will open there Sept. 15th. Jim has been with the J. C. Penney Co..at Sioux City for the past 3 years, two years in the advertising department and the past year in the manager trainee program. He will go to St. Louis June 27th to help in buying and opening of the new store. Sunday visitors in the Al Lenertz home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Henry and baby daughter Susan of New Brighton, Minn., LuVerne seniors to Chicago for their skip day LuVerne — The annual "Skip Day" of the Senior class was a chartered bus trip. The ten boys and 13 girls left Thursday night for Chicago and returned Sunday. Chaperones were Supt. and Mrs. L. B. Shelton and the Edward Luidebaks. The class includes Howard Cronk, U nda Daley, Jack Delaney, Tommy Erpelding, Darlene Erickson, Norma Heinen, Gerhard Hjelmeland, Eugene Hefty, Jane Hanselman, Lenarc John, Dawn Lindebak, Russel Myers, Virginia Meyer, Paul Martinson, Kathy Merriam, Jo Anna Norcross, Tommy Ruger Linda Rugg, Elaine Schnaken berg, Connie Sanford, Connie Schnetzer, Kathy Shaw, and Earl Will. made the cake and Mrs. Gen* rich cookies. Guests were Mrs. dward Hof, Mrs. Minnie Henr derson, Mrs. Earl Neal, Mrs. 'ercy Brink, and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. Leslie Calkins was In Iowa Tuesday for a check-up at ;he university hospital. The William Ramuses, Do* Mpines, were weekend visitors with her brother, the Joseph Thorns. They came for the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Alwilda Thorn Hansen, 84, Humboldt, Saturday. William Ramus and Joseph Thorn were.bearers. The Rev. Ralph Hindman and delegate, Mrs. Jerry Wolf, of the LuVerne E.U.B. church went ito Ames Monday to the annual spring conference this week. Wallie Behn and two children, San Francisco, Calif., visited Saturday with his uncle the Fred Baumgartners. They were enroute to visit relatives in St. Paul. Mrs. Allen Blake, son Robert, daughter Mrs. James Lenz were Sunday visitors at Green Mpun tain with Mrs. Blake's parents the J. H. Langbehns. The Julius Gramenzes, Des 85th birthday observed by LuVerne woman LuVerne — Mrs. Emma Moe- ding, LuVerne, was guest May for her 85th birthday at the tome of her son the Frank Moe- dings. •. . •: As she returned to her farm home later in the afternoon, she was again greeted by more rel atives, neighbors and friends. Guests included her two sons William and Frank Moeding, LuVerne, grandson Darrell Moe- ding and children, Estherville; jranddalighter the Frank Whit- eys, Mitchelville, nieces and nephews, the Walter Thorns Emma Oloff, Larry and Jerry she was playing with the wring- 24 when he broke an ankle in Dudley, Mrs. Mrs. Harold Roethler, low and Mrs. Allan Foth, travel. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Heifer of Algona were visitors in the ho me of their sister-in-law, Mrs Lela Heiter Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Haiel Sanders went to Spencer last weak where she visited a few days in the home of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carl son and family were dinner guests'"Sunday in the home of Mrs. Carlson's mc'ther, Mrs. Rosa Denny at Hartley and also called on Mr. Carlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Carlson at Meridan. Mrs. Beth Olson visited in the home of Mrs. Florence Colwell at Irvington Friday afternoon. •'• ; Mr. and Mrs. "Kelly" Gronbach and Terri and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney and Floyd were Sunday .dinner and supper guests in the Gene Sweeney home at Britt. Rev. Ralph Hindman of Lu Verne, Mrs. John Olson and FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Roger Koshler of Rudd and Eddie Blasen of White Lake. S.D. Friday afternoon visitors in the Kenneth Howard home were Mrs. Grant Jennings of Boone and her son, Rev. Grant Jennings of St. Louis, Mo. where he has been the minister of the Normandy Presbyterian church for the past twelve years. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ar nie Opheim of Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm we re dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Hamm's aunt, Miss Hazel Hunt ait Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge. The Contract Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. J. F. Hamm Saturday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Ted Wagner won high, Mrs. Ray Berte 2nd high and Florenca Altmas, the travel prize. Mrs. Martin Miller was a guest. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Donalds from Friday evening until Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Devine of Omaha. Ted Devine, who attends Buena Vista college at Storm Lake was a Sunday visitor. He has baen accepted for the Peacs Corp and will report for training May 26. He will be sent to the Phillipine Islands this Fall. Clayton Jennings of Highmore, S.D. was an overnight visitor on Friday at the Kenneth Howard home. Mrs. Leonard Wilson spent GRANDFATHER DIES Dennis Holmes was called home to Steamboat Rock Tuesday on word of the death of his grandfather, James Holmes, 87. Dennis Holmes is social study teacher in the LuVern© high school. UNCLE IS DEAD The Paul Maases went to Homestead Monday and attended the funeral of his uncls, Die- trieoh Maas, 81. His wife and four children survive. Enroute home they visited the Amana Colonies. Call 2311 Livermore GIVE HOUSE WARMING Mrs. Melvin Kubly was given a house warming in their new home when her Canasta group came with refreshments amd a gift of a covered candy dish, At play, high, Mrs. Frank Gron bach, low, Mrs. Kubly. Mrs. Sadie Wagner has returned to her home in LuVerne She was called to Des Mo'lnes early in February by the sudden death of hsr sister-in-law Mrs. Rhinhold Ristau. Their sister, Mrs. Ristau Joaes FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR 4~H-++-H"l"H"'-*-H"''' I t I I I I I 1 1 I i I » I I I M I U M H I I i I I I — MARCIA'S GIFT SUGGESTIONS — • Lingerie •Purses Hankies Ceramics MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store in Livermore" i I1 i 11IIIII I It Mil 11 111 i I I'H'-H San Diego, Calif., called here at the time, is &till here and with Mrs. Wagner at her home. They also visited their brothers the Arthur Ristaus and George Ris taus in Algona. Oloff, Persia; the mores, Woodbine, Moines, were weekend visitors with his sisters the Fred Baum ;artners, Mrs. Clara Baumgart ner, and brother Julius Gra menz. Mrs. Martha Steussy Goicoa- chea has concluded her visi here with her aunt, Mrs. Mar ha Hanselman and other rela tives. She will visit in Wiscon sin and Minnesota before returning to Reno, Nev. Deone, daughter of the Elwin Ellstons, Des Moines, visited Friday and Saturday with her Uncle, the Gerald Ramuses. Dean and Ronald Trauger, Mankato, came Thursday for the weekend with their parents the Harold and James Traugers. Mrs. David Huff entered the Good Samaritan Home, Algona, Saturday. She was a patient at the hospital at Britt a week. Boge, Mrs. Karl Gates and girls, Mrs. Alfred Schipull, Mrs. Gerald Wigaus, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Walter Keisel, Neola; Mrs. Nelle Biegger, Mrs. Lawrence Me Dermott, Thor; and. the William on their electric washing ma chine. She is recovering. AT FOOD Mf f TING Mrs, Jessie Stripling and Mrs. Bernadell Harmon, school lunch cooks in the LuVerne .school, attended the state school food service convention in Des Moines April 29-30. WINS AMES LETTER There were 109 awards given to Antes athletes April, 27. John Wickett, son of the Bryce Wicketts, LuVerne, received a freshman numeral. He is playing freshman baseball this spring. Mr*. Myrtle Eggleston was a Saturday overnight guest of her daughter, the Charles Nygaards at Wesley. Sunday they went to Webster City to visit the Albert Rupples, sister-in-law of Mrs Eggleston. Mrs. Betty West Lynwood, Calif., sister,of Mrs Glen Wit- Rupple, leaves soon for home Mrs. Mary after several weeks visit. Ot^ier uests were Beulah and Doris iggleston, Des Moines, daugh ers of Mrs. Eggleston, am Mrs. Cora Ross, Humboldt, cou in of Mr. Rupple, and her sis- fall from a pony at the farm home. His brother, the Gary Wittmeiers, Fort Dodge, visited, him Wednesday. An aunt; the Albert Nielsens, Britt, visited lim Friday, ' ' ^ The daughter of the Larry Days, Cedar Rapids, was baptized Tracy Ann Sunday in the IUi Verne Zlon Ev. Lutheran church with the Rev. RVT. Mueller officiating. Sponsors were, aunt and uncle, Mrs. Jim Brown, Ft.' Dodge, and Eddie Bristow, Webster City. A dinner was held at the maternal grandparents,,, the Richard Bristows. ?*• >< . ( ,i Helmkes, Renwick; the George Markmans, Hardy; Mrs. Katie Markman, Renwick; the John Loftuses; Mrs. Bill Steil and Mrs. Richard Balk. Mrs. Moeding received cakes, cards, and gifts. She is active at her 85 years and maintains her 'home on her farm south of LuVerne and lives alone. ATTEND SHOWER Attending a pre-nuptial show er in the Methodist church in Corwith Friday evening from LuVerne were: Mrs. Charle Hinz, Mrs. Harold Nielson, Sr Mrs. Harold Nielson, Jr., Mrs Dick Nielson, Mrs. Marie Jack son, Mrs. Grover Rentz, Mrs Sherman Arends, Mrs. Car Swanson, Mrs. Howard Swan son, Mrs. Lsster Smith, Mrs. Ro- MMMMMMM "•w * Uie^t LAWN MOWERS , Lawson Hardware , Renwick ^LuVerno, IMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMIIIM er Florence Hof, Fort Dodge. Jon Wittmeier, 12, son of the L. C. Wittmeiers was released Wednesday from the hospital at Britt. He was taken there April Mrs. Albert Wilhelm went to land Lenz, Mrs. Allen Darby, Rusihford; Minn., for two weeks with her daughter Nprma, the Eugene Rubsrgs. A seven pou- iid sori was born Thursday, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. El ntef' Emery,'' Foh Dodge. ' The shower was for Earoara Ru- prik, Oshkosh, Wis. She will be April 28 to the Rubergs. They married June 4 to Mickey Will, now have four sons and two!son of the Fred Wills, Corwith. dijughters, Paternal grandparents are the Peter Rubsrgs, Ft. Dodge. Attending a Humboldt meeting of the Iowa Public Ser- their new home in LuVerne Sat- vies near Sioux City from Lujurday. Guests were her parents Verne Thursday were James!the Frank Johnsons, Livermore; Mallory, LuVerne, mayor; Otto;her sister the Bob Merchants, Lawson, councilman; Harold Badger; his sister the Peter Ru- GIVEN HOUSEWARMING The Melvin "Bud" Kublys area were given a house warming at "BUD and IRENE" - Ike COUNTRY COUSINS APPEARING FRIDAY, MAY 6 AT THE The Lawrence O. Millers had'^rauger, city clerk : Jerry Stille, j bergs, Fort Dodge; the Harold as weekend guests the B. E. I president of LuVerne Commer- *" the weekend at Cedar Falls as a Mother's Day guest of their daughter Jan, who attends col lege there. Other mothers from jivermore were Mrs. Vern Fiderlick and Mrs. Clarence Eisen- >arth. Mrs. Dick Schultz accom- >anied Mrs. Wilson and spenl he weekend in the home ol heir son, the Gary Schultz's at Hudson. TOP SIX BOWLING High Team Series Smith Lumber 2447 Pioneer 2380 K.C. 2325 High Team Game mith Lumber 842 Smith Lumber 829 Pete's Garage 823 High Individual Game W. Easley 215 B. Thilges 201 R. Kenne 200 High Individual Series Leo Hermann 550 Harold Dolder 532 Damian Centgraf 529 Martins, Newell. Saturday they attended the Drake relays in Des Moines. Mr. Martin is a former superintendent of the LuVerne school. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville, Des Moines, spent Wednesday and Thursday at home. She was a guest of her brother, the Lawrence Millers. The James Mallorys were weekend guests of friends the Bernard Manchesters, St. Paul, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. William Goetscih, Mrs. Alvin .Weber, Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Clif Bjustrom, Mrs. Faye Lichty, Mrs. Bryan Stewart, were guests of the W.S.C.S, in the Renwick Methodist church Wednesday. The Martin A. Jensens, Man kato, visited Thursday with their sister-in-law, Mrs. Alma Madden and her daughter the DOMINO LEAGUE High Individual Series Doug Kay _„_ 569 Howard Barton Maurice McGee 553 High Individual Game Dennis Behounek 226 Howard Barton 215 Chet Ogan 213 High Team Series Andersen Motors 2532 K.O. Hardware __— 2481 Sawyer's 2403 High Teem Game ; K. 0. Hardware 905 Andersen Motors 899 Sawyer's 830 ames Mallorys. Melvin Kubly is at Lake City, Minn., with his son the Larry Kublys. He went to assist with ome work. Mrs. Alma Madden went to tVaukee Friday to visit her laughter the Howard Boyers 'or a few days. The Leslie Calkins were Sun- lay guests in Cedar Falls with her sister, the Delbert Blanchards. Guests Saturday evening of .he Gerald Ramuses were the Durwood Rutledges, Algona. The 500 card club met Tuesday with Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard. Guests were Mrs. Amelia Hanselman and Mrs. John Stain- pka. At play, high, Mrs. Eli Eager and low, Mrs. Clara McClellan. Kiddies and Biddies card club met Tuesday with Mrs. Gerald Ramus, with Mrs. Herman Mey^ er, co-hostess. At play, high, Mrs. Herman Schulz, nine bid Mrs. Jerry Stille, low, Mrs. Clif Richardson and travel, Mrs. Ra< mus. Mrs. Gladys Genrich wa« hon ored Tuesday for her birthday Her daughter Mrs. Everett Stev en, Sexton, and daughter-in-law Mrs. Stanley Genrich, LuVerne were hostesses. Mrs. Stevens cial Club, and Wayne Sanford, collector. The Marlen Smiths, Deer Creek, Minn., visited Saturday with his brother the Lester Smiths. The Wayne Smiths, Clear Laice, were Sunday visitors with his parents the Lester Smiths. The Dale Zentners attended a rabbit show in Cedar Rapids over the weekend. They visited cousins of Mrs. Zentner, the Tony Montefortes and LeRoy Millers at Stanwood. Gretchen Zentner and her cousin Steve Dawson, Corwith, were singers in the Sunday service in the LuVerne Methodist church. Larry Day, Cedar Rapids, visited over the weekend with his parents the Lee Days. He came to take Mrs. Day and new daughter Tracy Ann to their home after convalescing at Richard Bristow's, parents of Mrs. Day. The Floyd Fishers, Fort Dodge, visited her mother Mrs. Sula 'rantz, Sunday. The Jerry Stilles took their son Rodney to Rochester, Minn. Tuesday for a checkup. Klasses, Renwick; Harold Ris- taus, Arlie Goetsch, the Lee C. Wittmeiers, Jim Heftis, Marvin Meyers. At 500, high, Peter Ru- bsrg and Mrs. Johnson, and low Lee Wittmeier and Mrs. Klasse. A purse of money was the gift. GOES TO CANADA Doris Eggleston, Des Moines, left Tuesday for Winnepeg, Canada. She was chosen by the Northwestern Bell Telephone, Des Moines, to represent the Al- trusa club, Des Moines Business Women. She is president of the club. BREAKS LEFT ARM Steve Wickett, 10, son of the Bill Wicketts, broke both bones in his left arm at school Thursday while playing basketball. The arm was placed in a cast. He was able to go to school Monday. BftMiOO LOUNGE LuVerne Let Us Spread High Quality SMITH-DOUGLASS FERTILIZER ON YOUR FIELDS ,-»>..;'/' ^V -T,- t. •"•- I '-• ...••-•_- ^ ; '.'• LuVerne Crop Service Phone 882-3234 LuVerne DeKalb Seed Available I have several choice adapted DeKalb corn varieties on hand, DEKALB SUDAX BRAND Sorghum — Su«lan hybrid available NOW! I will also have seed at the Carroll, Garage in LuVerne. Peter C. Reding 379-1490 — Bode, Iowa — Collect ARM IN WRINGER Jada, 4, daughter of the Wally Rugers, bruised her left arm at their farm home Tuesday as LUYERNE CLINIC DR. 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 We have a limited supply of choice varieties of Super-Crost Seed Corn. This fine performing corn is now available for your planting needs. JOHN VOSS, Jr. LUVERNE, IOWA Phone 882-3697 34-36-38 Something goes into this bag besides fertilizer. FERTILIZER with TREL o e RESEARCH .. . . is the extra ingredient in every bag of easy-handling, even-spreading Smith-Douglass PEUEFQRM with TREL. TREL, Smith-Douglass exclusive formula of trace ele-» ments, is added to each ton. Exhaustive research at stqtt experiment stations proves that high water solubility of phosphate produces higher corn yields. PELLEFQRM with optimum water solubility will grow MORE top quality com for you. WEIGH AND COMPARE LuVerne Crop Service Phone 382-3234 LyYtrnjt

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