Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 12
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•^••WBBBWB* • WwWIwI W ' elect off icers tt , • : ' atlivermore j 1 •v • Llvormore — Fifty-six members and substitutes of the twe< live teams of the Women's Bowl' ing League attended a 7 o'clock dinner at Charlies Supper Club At Algona last Wednesday evening. This Was also their annual meeting and election of officers: was held. Those elected were IPresidant, Mrs. Jack Sharp; 1st Vice, Mrs. Robert Wilson; 2nd vice, Mrs. Bob CUpston; sec.- treas., Mrs. John Renquist; director, Mrs. Jerry Weydert; Sar- gRant-at- Arms, Mrs. Pete Malkmus. trbphies 'and . awards were given out with' Hamm's Insurance topping the list, 'Imperial Cafe of Bode in second places and the Liver more Co-op. Elevator in 3rd place. Mrs. Herb Raney received an award for showing the most improvement and Miss Patty McGee wasv given aii award for having the highest tileries and also for the highest points 233 for a single game. 4H twelve teams will again be sponsored for the 1966-67 season. . ', -'•;' • :- , •.". :. •-*.•.. - v ' ' : ••' •• ": - " ,'•• • v LEGION AUXILIARY \ f The American Legion Auxil iary met at the Legion Hall Monday night with the Prest dent, Mrs. Richard McKenna in charge of the business mealing. The following three people were named for the nominating committee to get new officers for next year: Mrs. Pete Malk- nius, Miss Margerite Wyman and Mrs. Bob Hermann. Three guests were present, the County President Mrs. Donald Aure of Bade, Mrs. Kats Barton of Ft. Dodge and Mrs. Collins of Des Moines. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Aure and the Gold Stair Mother, Mrs. Ona Beers. Lunch was served from tables decorated in the Spring motif and bingo was the evening's entertainment. ITiose on the lunch committee ! were Mrs. Harold Gronbach, Mrs. Mike Erdmann, Mrs. Virgil Hansel! and Mrs. John Hosford. Those on the entertainment Committee Were Mrs. Dorothy ' Malknius, Mrs. Hazel Sanders, Miss Margarite Wyman and Rhonda Bar 'ton. ' ' Richaru.,.S4oLt^ -.a sophomore; son of Mr:, and Mrs. Gordon Scott of i Storm Lake was one of the high school students who ^had a perfect' score in the recent nationwide, Latin test scoring 120 out of 120, and will be given a pin and certificate of superlative merit at a banquet May 2L His $ster, Mary Jean* a freshman, was awarded a certificate of superior merit (scores between 100 and 109) in the same test, B^th are students at St. Mary's high' school in Storm take and are the grandchildren of Mr. and 'Mrs. Norman Scott. McKENNA ON LEAVE , ,; Duane McKenna, who has beV en stationed oa the U.S.S. Simon Lake at Charleston, S.C., has been spending a two-week leave with his parents, the Richard McKenna '«, before being sent to Scotland for two years. Several ladies went to the home of Mis. Grace Satern Thursday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday, Canasta was played and. lunch, with a birthday caice, was served. Those present were Mrs. Corniel Smith, Mrs, Hattie Miller, Mrs. Ernie Logue, Mrs, Jacob Michelson, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann and Mrs. Dora Gronbach. Engaged Livermore —Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 6'Donnell, Forest City, ari- nounce the engagement and a > proaciiing marriage of their daughter, Roberta Louise, to Robert G. Lenertz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz, Livermore. A fall wedding is planned.. The bride-elect is employed at Marquette National bank, Minneapolis, Minn. Her fiance is an alumnus of Buena Vista college, 1 Storm Lake, and is presently employed as a bank examiner for the State of Iowa. Mother-son banquet attracts \ * * • 80 at Livermore Livermore — About eighty people attended the Mother-Son banquet Saturday.' evening at the; Legion Hall whicli is sponsored "ea'ch 'year by tiie Legion Boys. Preceding the dinner each mother was presented with a corsage,. ^!he':.Swiss. steak dinner whichi'.was •'•prepared'.'by/ iMrs. Marvin, 'Laipb. and Mrs. Margaret Vaiidt, was served by the Legion boys. Bingo was the eve- nihig's\ enteritainment. Winners of the; three; plants that were gi- vehk'awiy 'as..door .prizes .were Mrs.. John' Berte, Mrs. Mary Kayser and iM-rs: Karl Boessler. 4—ALOONA (low.) ADVANCE Livermore shower for Jeri DeWiH Livermore — A bridal shower for Miss Jeri Lynn De Witt was held at the Ralph Myer home Thursday afternoon with her sister, Mrs, Myers and Mrs. Pete Becker as hostesses. A corsage was given to the bride-to- be and bingo was played. Miss De Witt's niece, Mrs. Arthur Becker of Iowa City helped unwrap the gifts. Lunch Was served and decorations were in blue, white and yellow, the bride>elect's chosen colors. LuVerne summer baseball starts OB June 10th The LuVerne high school baseball team, which had a fine spring season, will open its summer season at Goldfield June 10. The team has ten games, all in the North Star Conference, before summer sectionals begin. - Goldfied, there, PUiLUHIO Al PAftf OP THE KOSSVTH COUNTY ADVANC1 THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1946 Tues; pictures today In Virginfci; SWIMMING LESSONS ' psi^MK gram willjs|art on June f 13 this year and ,. etui .July 22. , Those from Livermore -will •'• be picked up by bus on Tuesday and Friday mornings, ; '''•..'; '•;', \ .. ,• , , '. A recent visitor in the Louis Behounek- home was Father Ge- riildi ; Zeman of Wesley who teach^s at :the Garrigan school, in Algona. ;He is ; a nephew of Mrs. Behounek. -Mrs. T. D. Resting was hostess to the Deal and Chat Bridge club Thursday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs,' Al Lenertz received high prize, Mrs. Jim Bor- mahn, 2nd high and Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg, low. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson of Miller, S.D. are spending some time in the Kenneth Hbw;- ard home. '"The two" ladies are sisters, , Mrs, Julius Becker entertained the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon, A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Norman Scott won high, .Mrs.' Harold Roethler, low and Mrs. Allan Foth, travel. Mrs, Scott was a guest. ! , June 10 6 p.m. June 13 8 p.m. June 15 8 p.m. June 17 8 p.m. June 20 — Rockwell, there, 8 p.m. Corwith, there, Ventura, here, Corwith, here 1 , Sheffield, here, June 22 6 p.m. June 24 8 p.m. June 27 8p.m. June 29 8 p.m. July 1 — Meservey, & p.m. July 6, 9, 11 and 13 — Sum mer, ' Klemms,, there, Kanawha, here, Goldfield, here, here, EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE ^ ^p^p^pBpjI^Jm^^ Itf-^Tf-^V- •*" \^l • fcf For every boy or girl on your list at Marcia's MEMORIAL DAY WDEATHS MARCIA'S ^ gff Friendly Store in WveriftOire" f LuVerne — Pyt. R. James Lenz is now stationed at Fort Eustis, Va., where he has bean assigned to transportatioii school. He was inducted into the army.January 18 and took basic training at Fort Leonard Wood. He spent a 15 day furlough at LuVerne and • reported to Fort Eustic April 9. His .wife is staying with her parents, the. Allen Blakes, LuVerne, while he is in the service. Mrs. Lenz is ehV ployed in Algona. Achievement Day at LuVerne Tuesday .Achievement day was held at the LuVerne Community School Tuesday. Persons inspected ,all grade rooms, science, homema- kinig, industrial arts, ' language arts and all other departments of our school. Punch and cook-j ies were served by the home-: making girls following the program. ...'; The Rev. Roy A.'iBiesemeyers attended baccalaureate of /the Twin Rivers school; at Bode Sunday.- The Rev. Biesemeyer gave the invocation and benediction. Serving on the jury in Algona the last week from LuVerne were Mrs. Clif Richardson, -Mrs. Edward Lindebak, V Mrs. : Henry A. Hefty.and Mrs. Lee Day. Mrs. Wilma, BaskervilU, Des Moines,, came Wednesday for a few days at ,home. Her guest is her\ cousinV Mrs, Maud Hollev Madison, S.D. They, also visited their' brother and cousin, the Lawrence Millers. • Mrs. Kate Barton,,'Port Dodge, visited a. couple of days with relatives and. friends. She was a guest of Mrs. Clara Wolf. Mrs! Barton had her 77th birthday May 12. .,. •;'/•;''•: .\ v : .'•' ';'• Canasta'8 met with Mrs. John 0, Cox Monday. High, Mrs; Duane Neal and low- Mrs. Eli Ba ger. Mrs. Eager was a guest. Mrs, Clara Wolf had bar 500 card club Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. Charles Hiriz and Mrs. Cora Hippen. High, Mrs. Anna Hanselman and low, Mrs. Frank Gronbach, Friendly Neighbor club met with Mrs, Jon Wilkerson Monday, Mrs, Albert Hefti hao) the lesson. The entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Edwin; Hefti. Callers Sunday at William Klawitter's were cousins, the Ernest Zietzes, Fairmont. They had visited his mother, Mrs, Alvia Zietz, 90, living in a* rest home at Garner. Mr. Zietz is a former teacher of the parochial school of the LuVerne Zion. Ev. Lutheran church. The Ver von Davidsons, Adel, visited his parents the Ralph Davidsons over the weekend. They were Saturday guests of his brother, the Gordon David sons, Burt The Davidsons had their family all for Sunday dinner. Included were the Vervon and Gordon Davidsons and the' Vernon Egglestons, LuVerne. . The Memorial $ocifty met May 12 at. the Lu Verne town hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Eli Bager, Mrs. Edward Ra mus and Mrs. Amelia Hanselman. Mrs. Kate Barton, Fort Dodge, member was present. It'was her birthday and she was given recognition. Bingo was played. Emma Krause presided in absence of Mrs. Anne Smith, president. They voted $!> to Cancer crusade. A recent donation of $5 by the LuVerne Memorial Society was reported by Mrs. Bryan Stewart, cancer chairman, making the totai $337.45. The Mssicwiary Guild and Tuesday club also each donated $5. The 72nd annual commencement of the LuVerne high school will be held Tuesday, May 24 at 8 o'clock in the high school gym. Mr. Kenneth Wells of the Iowa State Education Association will deliver the commencement address. The 1969 graduating class includes the following:. , Howard Cronk, Linda Daley, Jack Delaney, Darlene Ericson, Tom Erpelding, Jane Hanselman, Eugene Hefty; Norma Heinen, Gehard Hjelmeland, Lenard Johns, Dawn Lindebak, Paul Martinson, Kathy Merriam, Vlr ginia Meyers, Russell Myers, Joanna Nbrcross, Tommy Ruger, Linda Ruggi .Connie Sanfprd, Elaine Schnakenberg, Connie Schnetzer, Kathy Shaw and Earl Will. The Baccalaureate service for the claip/' of 1966 of LuVerne high school will be held Sunday, May 22 at 8pm. in the high school gyin.iit/ev., Roy, A. Biese- of the LuVerne Metho- Debbie Glawe, Corwith, visited Beulah and Doris Eggleston, Des Moines, Sunday. 'The Edwin Martys, htr parents, the,,Henry Kublys, visited in Harlan Saturday and Sunday With the daughter and granddaughter Janice,, the Arnie Elberts. They also 'visited the Don Rabers at Harlan, former residents of LuVerne. at group to Mr*, Leslie, Calkins ami mother, Mn. Julia Pwgttde, were called to Blue Earth Monday by the death of Mrt, Margaret Schwab, mother of .Hit. Pergande. Dean Trauftr, student at Mankato State, came Monday to attend the funeral of nit mother, Mrs. Edward ffc the LuVerne Methodist church lit grand' Hof, in The Arnold Pergendes, Inglewood, Calif., came Friday to yi-; ;sit his:f^h^rj|AUgiusJ^J: Pergan- tie; ; «MfeJMf^.?^Bgi«|^, and brother; Meryyn ;• They ] will visit her, mother rtiri..-.• Sheffield. They made the trip 'ihere ;in a campf er 'trailer. •";. • "•'; ''.•$} • '.. • Sunday; guests 1 at Gerald Ra. liius's were his'au^ti,the Bryan Ogglesbys, Mason ^Sjtyii Mr. Og- glesby is*;'convalescnig> from a r.ecant 'heart aittacp ; Tney were; early former residents of LU Verne; • ' "[ : *^':\':', • \ Sherman . township iHomema- kers will be guests of '.Mrs. Leo; liard ; Warneiv 508 ; South Harriet Street, Algoiia; 7r30 ji.m., Maji 25 for • a lesson' on ceramics. \ Guests of 'Mrs. Gerald Ramui Wednesday were MrsJDurwood Walker and Mrs. -Bernie Niles and-'children; Ifvingtoh. The Delbert Blanchards, Cedar Falls, were guests Monday of her sister, the Lester Gait ii)s. They;also visited'her father, Fred Pergande. j The' Fred Goatsches visited Sunday in Bancroft with his sister the 'Ernest Behhkendorfs for'tfre -birthday of Mrs. Behn- kehdprf. . , '••>-; The Clyde Dudleys visited over the weekend with their daughter Suzanne, freshman at Westmar. college,- Le Mars. Wednesday callers at Gerald Rasmus's • were .'the Gerald Kl atts, Algona. i ; • Mrs. Anne.Smith is visiting in Remer, Minn., n with her daughter Muxine, the Burdette Chur chills. Enroutp'she visited her granddaughter Jean Ann Churchill, married qrtd living in Miiv neapolis. i • Sunday visitors at Nets Jensen's were Mrs. Jensen's brother the Melvin Heggens, Renwick. Visitors Sunday at Walter Bierstedt's were Jjer sister, the Hugo Berninghauses and their mother, Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke, Whittemore. Sunday visitors at Nets Jensen's were daughters '. the Orville Havelands, Kanawha, the Edmund •Vorlands, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Donald Thomas and giris, LuVerne. The Lester Smith* were Sunday visitors at their $on the Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake. Mrs. Lester Smith was a guest of Mrs. Wayne Smith of her sorority at a belated Mother's Day tea. . The Pick Sorensons, Rtnwick, visited the Gerald Ranwses Sit urday. TH« Fre<| Ryhnkef, Fort Dodge, called Sunday at his sister the Walter Bier^tedts. Peg Sue, 5, their adopted Kor$ girl, was bitten recently by a dog. It took about ICK) s|itch^s to close woiuids in her face ai)4 she was hospitalized two weeks,- dist church will have charge of the service and deliver the baccalaureate message. '':..'••'••. (Pictures of all seniors appear in another section of today's Kossuth County Advance.) • CLUB CLOSES TEAR , The last meeting of the year of the J. J. club was held with a 1:30 p.m. luncheon at Mrs Ed :Elbert'sV Pot-luck was served. Mrs. Elmer Kubly was a guest. At 500 high Mrs. Jess Jergensen, low Mrs, Herman Schulz New, officers recently electeKj are president, Mrs; Albert Hefti; vice, Mrs, Duane Neal; treas., Mrs.: Bryan Stewart. • CHURCH CIRCLE MEETS The postponed meeting of WS CS Circle 3 was held May 11 at Grover Rentz, co-hostess. Guests were- the daughter of Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Durin Watts, and Mrs. Herman Schulz. Devotions and lesson were by Mrs. Bryan Stewart. Mrs. W. Raymond Legler presided. WINS IN SPEAKING Westmar College "speech- sters" won second place in the Tri-State speech festival at Sioux Falls college over the weekend. Superior in public speaking went to Westmar to Keith Hindman, a junior from LuVerne. Keith is the 1 son of the Rev. Ralph Hindmans, LuVerne. BACK PROM ARIZONA The Hugh Shirks returned Monday after six months in Arizona, They were at Chandler and later in a mobile housing area near Phoenix. They were visited recently by their daughter, Sally Shirk for a few days. She is with United Air Lines and lives in. Washington, D.C. The David Traugers, Amea, were in LuVerne over the week called by the death and funeral of his grandmother Lela, Mrs, Edward Hof. Mrs. Sam Hanks concluded her visit with her parents the William Hedricks Wednesday. She left from Fort Dodge to join her husband Sam Hanks in Indianapolis, Ind., at the Speedway race track until Memorial day races, They then return to LuVerne — Aid of the Lu Verne Zion Ev. Lutheran church chartered a bus out of Humboldt for a trip to visit the Tulip Festival at Pella May 12. En- ruote they visited the Ledges at Boone. Making the trip from LuVerne and ^vicinity were the Rev. R.. T. Muellers; Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg, Mrs. John Scli- nakenberg, her mother Mrs. Sofia Lenz; Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, Mrs. Herman Schulz, Mrs. John Hansen, Mrs. Loretta Grebner, Mrs. Anna Lund, Mrs. Earl John, Mrs. James Stahl, Mrs. Fayce Lichty, Mrs. Bryan Stewart, Mrs. Clara Baumgartner, Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, Mrs. Ch'f Bjustrom, Mrs. Einil Leistikow, Mrs.:Owen Curry, his mother Mrs. Esther Curry, Mrs. Jerry Stille, Mrs. Wally Ruger, her mother Mrs. Martha Garman, Mrs. Rosie Hardcopf, Mrs. Robert; Hardcopf, Mrs. John Bockes, Mrs. Nettie Jensen, Mrs. Lillie O'Hesse,, Mrs. Charles " Jackson, ":Mrs., lyeRoy Hanselman, Mrs. Richard Bristow, Mrs. A. 'A. Schipull} 5 Mrs. L: C. Witt^ meier, Mrs. Elmer Emery, Mrs. Al Fisher,;Mrs. 'Howard Swanson, Mrsi^j John/ Pergande, and Shirley Curry. their home in Calif. Los Angeles, Albert Wilnelm want to Rushford, Minn-, for the weekend at his daughter Norma, the Eugene Rubergs. Mrs. Wilhelm returned with him after two weeks there assisting with the new boy in the Buberg home. attended a Humboldt * subnlis- trict Covenant Bible camp »t Twin Lakes near Manspn, Mon- Mrs. Alt* Ma«^en «ita] Mabel Homann, Rin^sted, were Saturday visitors with her sister Mrs. Alma Madden. Mrt. Myrtle ff«l*tton, Lw Verne, the Charles Nygaards, Wesley, Robert Chapters and FAREWELL PARTY LuVerne township Homemakers and husbands gave the Eldon Martinsons a surprise farewell party^ at their home Sunday. A purse of money was given as a gift. Mr. Martinson has been the manager of the Corwith Co-op, elevator at Hanna 3Vi years. They are moving now to'.Dayton. The son Paul is a senior in high school. Attending were the Dennis Carrolls, Vernon Egglestons, F. F. Fetts, Albert Fishes, Robert Hard- copfs, Melvin' Martys, Frances Shoreys, Dwight Savages, John Vosses Jr., Harvey Wills, Daryl Fetts and Mrs. Rosie Hardcopf. HAVE REUNION Weekend guests at George Studer's were his mother, Mrs. Helen Studer, Corwith. All of announced by • »•, * ' -• ' J , Ottosen club Ottoten — The Ottosen Pro? gressive Study Club held a guest day Thursday* night 1 v . at, Mrs. Earl Olson's. Other hostesses were Mrs. Le Roy Worby, Mrs. Robert 'J/ Le Mont, and Mrs: James Fowler. The pledge of allegiance was led by the'president, Mn. Le Mont. Mrs. Percy Watnem gave the scripture. Roll call war taken by telling an' interestinj fact in their -life. Mrs. Le Mont announced the reading awards. Sixth ' grade award winners are Vickie King and Bruce Bakkcn; - 7th grade winners are Chris Mathesbn and Randall Thompson; and 8th gr ade winners are Jeanne Pflibsen and Norman Zeman. Mrs. Percy Watnem gave the welcome. She and Mrs. Ralph Richards gave readings. Mrs Fred Kampen conducted a con test. In charge of the program were Mrs.' Wctnem, Mrs. Rich ards and Mrs.,Kampen. ., •• Guests were Mrs. H. D, Ben son, Mrs. Jennie Bratland, .Airs Mina Wehrspann, Mrs. Loren Daniel, Margaret Holt, Mrs. Oil ver Kinseth, Mrs. Marlyn P^lib- sen, Jeanne and JuUe, Bode and Mrs. Oliver Lee, Rutland POSTPONE SHOW' ; Ladies, Rural clyib met Thursday with Mrs- Annie Leist. The spring flower show was postponed until. the , next meeting. The new Iowa state flag the club has purchased was displayed. Mrs. Leist had the recreation. Mrs. Clara Spurlock, Cameron, Mb., was a guest. The Lester Wehrspanns went to Sioux City Thursday to visit the Delbert Wehrspanns for birthdays of Delbert;; May 5; his daughter, Jodie, May 12, and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann, May 15. Sunday guests at the Victor Banwart's were the Silas Ban- warts and Alvin BanwarU, West Bend, Leslie Banwart, Des Moines, Bernice Banwart, Algona, the Richard Schmidts, Whittemore and James Banwarts. The Martin Meyers, Victor Meyers and Edgar Meyers, Al gona, were Sunday guests at Paul Meyer's/Rutland. The Neal Olsons. were Sunday guests of; her mother, Mrs. C. W. Havihnd, Humboldt. In the evening they visited Mr Olson's mother, Mrs. 6. H. Olson, Bode. WAIT ADS FOR SALE — New and : Used mowers', washers, dryers, granges. Law,8on Hardware, LuVerne. '. ' • 12w40 MAYTAG WASHERS-DRYERS' •MONARCH RANGES v f vV LAWN BOY MOWERS, Ltwson Hardware , LuVern* 1 ' Ren^lck Farewell Party •Mr. and Mrs. • V ) Eldon Martinson .Saturday, May 21 „••' 'Live Music By ' * > '. *' " r Joe Funk EVERYONE WELCOME! AT THE BAMBOO LOUNQE LuVerne her family together for the gathering were her daughter Monica, the Kenneth Cpnways, Salt Lake., City, Utah, here to visit; her son the Henry Stud- ers, Rock Island, their sons, Richard Studer, Des Moines, the Robert Dale Studers, Ames; also her daughter Bernita, the Howard Willes, also Rock Island. The Willes also visited his parents, the Otto Willes in Lu Verne. The family get together was saddened Saturday evening when Mrs. Helen Studer recei^ ved newf' of the tragic death of her sister, Mrs- Johanna Gengler, in a car accident near Whittemore and West Bend. HAS 70TH BIRTHDAY Fred Baumgartner had his 7Qth birthday Sunday, Children present were* "the Wayne j Sanfords and. Connie, Durwood .B&r- tises an4 P^ggy. Mr?- Audrey Baumgartner and Vicky, LuVerr ne, his sister Mrs. Minnie Dickie, the Orville Bicketts, Mason City, and a niece, the Fred Goftsches, The Fahey Greaser attended a family supper at Eli Gerber's, West Bend. The Eugene Hofiuses were Sunday gueati at AW Lee's, Stratford. . - .,'•• ••• '••/ ' ."" " WE WILL BE FOR ALL BUSINESS MAY 31 FOR'INVENTORY. We will be open to receive your account. LuVerne Co-op Elevator Eldon Guess, Mgr. LUVERNE CLINIC Pi * 0. MAINWP '.: . OFFICE HOyM Wtak Payi , 1:30 »« U:QO 1:00 to 5;90 |:30 to C1.9N |1J day Wadn l«w« IF NO ANaww, m m 1:OQ to _ TU i-ltll " NOTICE CHANGE IN BANKING HOURS THE LUVERNE OFFICE THE SECIIHTY STATE BANK WW WPBP •Ji^lll ^pBjpiPi^Jpflp ALL DAY SATURDAY HAY H, UN

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