Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1966 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1966
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shower for Kathy Collins at Livermore Liverniore — A bridal shower Was held at the Parish Mall Of the Catholic church Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Kathy Collins, daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Francis Collins, who is. to be married May 21 to Ray Wei" ter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Welter of Bode. The Tea table was decorated with Spring flowers and the gift table was decorated with a pink umbrella and pink and green . * ' 4 • « 4 • , 5e Witt Wishes to an- ounce the approaching marri- ge of his daughter, Jerl Lyiln De Witt, to fticliafd H. Schaf^ »•, SOft of MfS. John Fairing- dlt of EmffietSbUrg on May 14 it the Methddist chiirch in Al< gona. streamers, the : colors. bride's chosen Spatial guests were Mrs f George Schaller, the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Collins the bride's grandmother, the two mothers, Mrs. Henry Welter and Mrs. Francis Collins. They were presented with corsages Five hundred was played am prizes were won by Mrs.'Thil ges, high, Mrs. Daryl Frederick second high with Mrs.,Rose Nel son winning the plate prize. Miss Joan Madseii, Miss Ruth Bakken and Cathy's two sisters, Gina and Debbie*,' helped with •the gifts. • Those on the committee were 'Mesdames Robert Wonderly, Donald Collins, Merwin Marlow, jttended the Bible School meet- ng for teachers at Eagle Grove one evening last week. Bible School for the Presbyterian and Methodist school children will start the last of May and be icld each forenoon from 8:30 to il;30 for one week. Louis Behounek was a medical patient at Mercy'hospital in ?t. Dodge last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ferstl and tour girls of Wesley visited in the parental /"Richard Ferstl home Sunday.' Mr». Esther McLets and Law rettcs Murray of Ft. Dodge and MrSi iJessamine Miller were dinner guests Sunday in the hcfne of Anna Murray. /Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsly 'of Des Moines came to Liver more Saturday and spent th night at their home. Mrs. Lela Htiter was taken to the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dod ge- Friday for possible surgery Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler and girls were Sunday visitors in the parental Bill Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner and Mr. and Mrs. John Warner and *6mmy of Humboldt went to Oskaloosa Saturday for Fine Arts Week and attended the $>v ji^i a ^jfejfc^u^^Mbinim»»a^JBM^KaBiBBrW'^nl ..... . . -'-..- IwJfVjSPPP^WBIR^W^KBW^BI^B^^^^^^PI^ T ribu ^^" ^^B ' ^i^*^^^ } 1 4 1 **$£*»> THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PAUT Of TMI KOSSUtM COUNTY ADVAN« Alls Soranson, Jerry Becker, Faber Dugan, Chris Madsen, Norbert Frederes, Tony Becker, EmiL Welter, Eugene Thul and Ricliard Dunphy. About seventy ladies attended thrj shower. GUEST DAY The Lutheran Ladies Aid had its annual Mothers < Day guest day ,with several guests being present. Pastor Stock gave the devotions. The girls quartet of Twin. Rivers,, Carlene Hansen, Liz Wickre, Sheryl Hagen ahd Peg Olson, sang several selections; Mrs. Daryl Frederick read a Mother's Day poem and Mrs. Fred Hintz gave a talk from the book of Ruth. Lunch was served from a Tea table decorated in Spring colors. Mrs Glen Schultze poured the cof fee and Mrs. Raymond Graaf served the punch. Mrs. Edwin Hanselmann, Mrs. Carl Hansel • mann and Mrs. Ernest Haack were hostesses. UPW MEETS The United Presbyterian Women met at the home of "Mrs Frank Sprong Wednesday after noon with ten members answering roll call. The President, Mrs. Jessamime Miller conducted the business meeting. Mrs. John Olson, Mrs. Myron Dudley and Mrs. Miller gave a report of the Presbyterial meeting they attended in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Norman Scott gave the lesson. Lunch was served. )ave Brubeck concert at the ollege Saturday evening. On Sunday they and Larry Joiner /isited in the home of an aunt ind uncle at Ottumwa. They re- urned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz flew from rtason City Sunday morning to Green Bay, Wis. to attend funeral services for her grandson, Jrian Beardsley, 8, who had oassed away Saturday evening. Brian had been hospitalized for several weeks and is the oldesl son of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Beardsley. He is also the grandson of Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beard sley of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. John Hosford Brother of Livermore pair dies in Oregon Livermore — Ross and Harry Clark received word of the de- atih of their oldest brother, E. W. Clark, 94, better known as Chet, on May 3 at McMenmville Ore. He was born and raised on a farm south of Livermore now known as the Bert Schwen demenn farm, and lived here until 1919 when he. sold the farm and moved to Carlton Ore. There he bought .a grain nd fruit farm. He lived there intil his youngest son Dale en 3red college then sold the farm o his oldest son Lester and noved to Corrvallis, Ore. While iving there his wife died and IB sold the home and moved to VIcMennville to be -closer to his son Lester and wife. He is survived by two sons, jester and Erwin and a daugh- ,er. One son Dale, and a daughter Grace preceded him in dea- ;h. He was 94 years old on Feb. L5th. None of the Livermore re- atives were able to attend the 'uneral services which were field at Corrvallis, Ore. • i • . • VistttoWashingfon Ralph Myers is in Iowa City for a medical check-up and tests. Walton De Witt who has been a surgical patient at Iowa City for the past three weeks returned home on Friday. Mrs. Robert Clement, Mrs. Edw. Erdmann, Mrs. Etherington and Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg DOMINO LEAGUE W L K.O. Hardware 92 48 Sawyer's 91 49 American Legion— 90 50 Dick's 81 59 Andersen Motors — 76 60 Town Tavern 72 68 Livermore State Bk. 65 75 Livermore Oil Co. __ 62 78 Mike's Service Garage — 55 81 Schmidt's 12 128 High Individual Series Bob Gronbach 57) O. K. Logue 577 Rich Sawyer 527 High Individual Game Bob Gronbach 216 0. K. Logue ___ 212 210 High Team Series Dick's 2459 Andersen Motors •_ 2427 American Legion 2387 High Team Game Andersen Motors 890 American Legion 858 Dick's 855 Mary . and Tony went to Des Moines Friday and spent the weekend with Mrs. Hosford's mother and sister, Mrs. Alice Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson. ! Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott spent Sunday in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott and family in, Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith were Sunday dinner .guests in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wonderly and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monson tayed with the two school age hildren at the home of their aughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiul of LuVerne while Mrs. Thul was in Iowa City where he was a surgical patient. She las returned home. Donnie ^hul stayed with his aunt, the 3d Henderson's at Humboldt ind Timmie stayed with the >ther grandmother, Mrs. Harold Thul, while their mother was in the hospital. Tom McKenna was taken _to the Sherwood Nursing Home in Ft. Dodge Friday morning. Cancer book given library at LuVerne LuVerne — Mrs. Bryan Stewrt, Cancer Crusade chairman *ave the LuVerne library May 11 the book, The Climate is Hope. Mrs. Charles Hinz, librar an, accepted the gift.''The'-an hor is Walter Sanford Ross, and describes how Americans have Tiumphed over cancer. Personal stories by noted individuals are in the book. Similar copies of the book are to be presented ,o every public library in Iowa by the American Cancer society. GOES TO OREGON Mrs. William Goetsch, Lu Verne, left Monday by train from Perry to attend the 25th anniversary of the Woman's So- 'Gfl*l"I.O WVVT «*»««f) » *^Jf ""• «"•" T "VV" ~ collected, Wdriters Were Mr*, Gordon ffifbeft, ,Mrt, Jim Mtil« em lirt. Robert' Thule, Mrs, John VoiS, Jr., Mrs. Mclvifl Maf« if, Mrs. Led Bay, Mrs. LeoftaM Kiley, Mr*. C, W, Hauswirth, and Mrs. Lawrence Miller. CLUB CLOSES YEAR The last meeting of«jthe year of the Tuesday ciab was held Wednesday with a luncheon at Humboldt. All members but one were present. The program was by David Trauger, Ames. Me showed slides of his conserVa* tion research. Mrs. H»nry Kubly w«* •> M*it of Mrs. Louise Gronbach at her 500 card party Titesdayjitt ihe Imperial Gafe Itt/Bod6. Four .14- bles were in jiWy. • " A \ ,' •« Bernard *&***&&?*&& Fayette, spelnt the'-Weeke.fi* With his parents, the James Sdi- ades. , .,'' • ,i ^ Th» Or, R, D. fcrtln*^,«»» tended the funeral in the Methodist church in Dayton Thury day.for her_great,uttcle,..R.,A^ Petersen, 75. Dennis Zweifel, Molino, III., was a Mother Day weekend, vis- |itoriwith his mother, Mrs. LaU- ra Zweifel. He cam? for Guard I duty at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lewis - Wilden, Owatonna, Minn., was a caller Sunday morning at her nephew, the Gerald Ramuses. £$ •^ %« yf ? ' t ' *'t * r %u Honor The William Gectschas were guesits of their daughter, the Jon Putnams, Algona, Mother's Day. The Putnams attended ser vices at the LuVerne Methodis church with her parents. LuVerne — > David ti. -AT-; ger was initiated into S'igjnafxi, i Scientific research W at Anies, May 3. He is the Harold Traugers, LuV^T—, and^is a ..graduate student %.in wildlife biology. He graduated from LuVerne in 1960 and ^received' Ms bachelor of science ift Wildlife management ''from Iowa State in 1964. His research interests are waterfowl biology and wetland • ecology, and£ he has spant three "summers ^ v in North Dakota, employed'. 1 by^the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Northern Prairie ' Wildlife Research Center to study. *the ducks during the brood rearing season. He has published several other papers in scientific journals. -/x • REV. ROY BIESEMEYER, LuVerne pastor, is shown at upper right with a number of area Methodist youths on the Capitol steps in Washington, D. C. during a recent tour of Washington and the Manhattan section of New York City by 42 young people and five adult sp onsors i of the Fort Dodge District Methodist Youth Fellowship. Main purpose of the trip was to attend briefings and seminars to learn more about how the national government works and the functions of the United n their Congressmen. Pictured on the tol steps, are the ones who went to see Mr. H. R. Gross. They are (begmnmgiront left to right) Sanford Yoder Woolstock; Diane Yanney, Renwick; Mr. Gross, Karla Kmmck, Lonrville, Koger Sck :.nd Suh Robinson,', of .Rayton; Brett Patton, Gowrie; John Duitscher,^an^;, Wayne .Patterson, Stratford and one of the counselors, the Rev. Roy Biesemeyer of LuVerne. ffe have a limited supply of choice varieties of Super-CrosI Seed Corn. • This fine performing corn it now available for your planting needs. JOHN VOSS, Jr. , LUVERNE, IOWA • Phone 882-3697 TOP SIX BOWLING W L Pioneer 87 53 Pete's Garage 78 62 Smith Lumber 75 65__ KC. __ - 73 67 Vote's Place 66 74 Livermore Lanes — 43 97 High Team Series Smith Lumber 2507 Pioneer 2501 Vote's Place 2352 High Team G«mt Pioneer 94* Smith Lumber 861 Vote's Place 836 High Indiyiduif G«m« Leo Bormann 220 VirgU Smith 220 John Capesius 204 High Individual Series Leo Bormann Virgil Smith ___Irwia Merte Mrs. Clare Bellinger of Lone lock visited with her aunt, Mrs Heiter, Wednesday after noon, Mrs. Louise Gronbach enter tained the "Sutz Us" card club and several guests at Kropf's Cafe in Bode Tuesday after noon. Five hundred was playec at four tables with prizes beinj won by Mrs. Jacob Michelson high; Mrs. Wm. Stock, trave and Mrs. Dale Joiner the gues prize. Guests were Mrs. Kubly of LuVerne, Mrs. Etta Underberg of Bode, Mrs. Lucy Conly, Mrs. Dale Joiner and Mrs. Grace Satern. Lunch was served after the playing of cards. Ten members of the Canasta Club went to the home of Mrs. Genevieve Weydert Thursday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. They brought the food for a pot luck supper and a birthday cake. Canasta was played during the evening. Mrs. Myron Dudley accompa nied her son Dean, of Laurens, to Waterloo one day last week when he piloted a company plane to Waterloo for repairs. He works for an implement company in Laurens. Mrs. Guy Raney substituted at the library Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Karl Boessler, the regular librarian who was out of town. A family dinner was held at the Jerry Weydert home on ciety of Christian Service in Portland, Ore. May 12 to 15. She is the voting delegate for the Fort Dodge District. Mrs. Lester Peazel, Kockwell City, district president and Mrs. Don-Id Ortman, Dayton, editor of the Conference News, are trav eling companions of Mrs. Goet sch. There will be 80 from Iowa but not all voting delegates. The Harry Naffzigers were Mother Day visitors in Soutl Sioux City, Neb., with their daughter, the Richard Lanns. The John Schnakenbergs, he mother, Mrs. Sofia Lenz, Gainer, visited Veishea at Ame Saturday. Sunday they took their niece Clara Schnakenberg freshman, and her friend Ron aid Trauger, Mankato State Mankato, to Des Moines to th Art Center. The Thees Schnakenbergs were Mother Day visitors with her parents, the Martin Beckers, Algona. The Albert Nielsens, Britt, were Saturday callers at Charles Hinz's. Gary Hefty, stationed at Ab- er's Day. This year the Rosen^ >ergs took Mrs. Hinz and the Smerys to dinner. A corsage was presented to Mrs. Hinz. Mrs. Theresa Assing has moved to her home here in Lu Verne. She has been occupying an apartment in the Wayne San- 'ord residence as she rented ler home. The John O. Coxes were Mother Day guests of their daugh- er, the Roger Heiters, Hum- 3oldt. Other guests were his mother, Mrs. Vera Heiter, Dakota City, sister, the- Robert Sanders, Fort Dodge, and the Lloyd Williams, Beaver. The Durwood Walkers were Saturday callers at Gerald Ramus's. The first birthday of Lisa Joan, daughter of the Ed Elberts was celebrated Mother's Day at her grandparents, the Albert Heftis. Other guests were the parents, brother Joel, aunt, the Harlan Helms, Greene. In the evening the grandparents the August Elberts had the family as guests in Algona. An aunt the Bob Da vises, Humboldt, were also guests. Mother Day guests of the Lester Smiths were their sons the Jerry Smiths, Iowa Falls, and Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake. LuVerne club has election, plans for tea LuVerne — The Progressive Woman's club met with Mrs. L. B. Shelton and officers for next year were elected: President, Mrs. Shelton; vice, Mrs. Lucinda Stone; sec. and treas., Mrs. Allen Blake. Plans were made for the annual tea for the senior and 8th grade girls. The team will be Seniors, May 19, and 8th grade, May 20, at Mrs. James Mallory's. Mrs. Allen Blake was program chairman. Mrs. James Schiade, sixth grade teachelr, showed slides of her recent trip in January to Europe. She was assisted by sixth grade students David Hanselman, Heather Brainerd, and Layne Lindebak CHURCH CIRCLES MEET W.S.C.S. Circles met. Circle 1 met with Mrs. A. A. Schipull. , u wajuc ^.ui.,0, w « ~«»~. Devotions were by Mrs. Faye Weekend visitors at the par-ILichty and lesson, Mrs. bcm- ental Robert Hardcopf's were pull. Mrs. Lichty presided. Mrs. the Jerry Hardcopfs, Chicago, Roy A. Biesemeyer was a guest 111., and Daryl Ludwigs, Mason Circle 2 met with Mrs f 1 ** Crusade Chairman Mrs. Bryan Stewart. The total is $232.45. Workers were Frank Gronbach, who covered the business section, assisting were Marie Jackson, Mrs. Jack Guy, Mrs. Anne Smith, Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Richard Gronbach, Mrs. Harold Meyer, Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mrs. George Studer, Mrs. Dale Zentner, Mrs. Laura Zweifel, Mrs. A. W. Dimler and Mrs. Stewart. $93 FOR CANCER Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, Cancer Crusade Chairman for Lu Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank each and everyone for prayers, visits, gifts, letters cards, telephone calls while hospitalized in the Mercy Hos pital. All was very much appreciated. Mrs. Rosie Hardcopf. City. Sunday in honor of the 5th birthday of their daughter Joleen. Those present were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Baas and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bormann and family of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Don Weydert and her other grandmother, Mrs Genevieve Weydert. Mrf. Hawl Sanders entertain ed the Delta Dek Bridge club Friday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was servec aa4 at cards prizes were won by Mrs. Karl Baessler, Mrs Jessamine Miller and Mrs. Lou ise Gronbach. Miss Florence Alt man and, Mrs, Gronbach wer guests. rdeen, Md., flew to Fort Dode and spent Mother's Day with is parents, the Henry C. Hef- ys. He flew back Sunday. Joel Mueller, Concordia Academy, St. Paul, Minn., was a Mother Day weekend visitor with his parents, the Rev. R. T. Muellers. The Jack Guys in their Cessia plane Saturday took Mrs. 3uy's brother, the Gordon Heinkels and two children back ,o Columbus, Miss., where he is stationed. They spent a week with his parents, the Charles Heinkels. Mother Day guests of the Ralph Dimlers were daughters the Don Thompsons, Huxley Betty Goodner, David and Jane and the Morris Esplunds, For Dodge. Mrs. Charles Hinz, her niece the Elmer Emerys, Fort Dodge,' visited in Fairmont, Minn., and were guests of the Leo Rosen- bergs. Each year Mrs. Hinz is Carl Swanson. Devotions were by CARD OF THANKS — Man. thanks to all my LuVerne friends for your prayers, con cern and cards while I was hos pitalized. Esther Merkle, L Mars, la. 38 Mother Day guests at Ralph Mrs. Percy Brink, lesson, by Davidson's were their daugh- Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mrs. Cut er, the Vernon Egglestons, Lu Bjustrom and Mrs. Elden Gu- Verne; son, Gordon Davidson, ess. Mrs. Bjustrom presided and Luann, Hurt; granddaugh- Mrs. Howard Swanson and ers, the Allen Thus, Graettin- daughter were guests. Circle 3, ger, and Marlyn Gregersons, postponed to May 11 with Mrs. Jutland Clifford Holmes. Evening Star The Charles W«b«rs, Cediar Circle met Thursday, guests of Falls were Mother Day week- Mrs. Robert Barber. Guests we- end guests of their parents, the re Mrs. Jon Wilkerson and Mrs. Alvin Webers, LuVerne, and Howard Swanson. Devotions we- the Earl Chambers, Corwith. re by Mrs. Ardis Rockwood and Fred Merkle entered the Lu- lesson, Mrs. Allyn Brink. Mrs. theran hospital, Fort Dodge, | Gerald Ramus presided, last Wednesday with pneumonia. . Mrs. Edward Hof was taken .._ FOR CANCER the annual cancer drive in honored by her nieces on Moth.- Corwith. . by ambulance Monday to the | LuVerne is completed by the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, for medical attention. Beulah Egglffton, Des Moines, was a weekend Mother Day guest of her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston. They were Sunday guests of the Robert Chambers at Corwith. Other guests were the Charles Nygaards, Wesley; Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake; Cedl Glawes, Earl Ohanv bers an4 Norman Chambers, ANHYDROUS AMMONIA INI LOW COST NITIOOIH SAVES LABOR INCREASES YIELDS LuVerne Crop Service . Phone 882-3234 LUVERNE . R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS IK ,•?! 'I r;** "^ 4 V? iM

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