Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 13
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Officers for LuVerne group are installed LuVerne — At the general WSCS meeting new year officers were installed by the Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer: Pres., Mrs. Dale Marilyn Zentner; vice, Mrs. Irwin Laurinet Jergensen; honorary vice, Mrs. Roy A. Bie- semeycr; rec. sec'y., Mrs. Raymond Donna Nelson; treas., Mrs. Elmer Eleanor Kubly. Secretaries are: Program Mrs. L. B. Shelton; missionary. Mrs. Allen Blake; social rela< lions, Mrs. Le Roy Weber; canv pus, Mrs. Vernon Eggleston; vo cations, Mrs. W. Raymond Legler; Spiritual life, Mrs. Alvin Weber; Supply, Mrs. A. A. Schi pull; membership, Mrs. Joseph Thorn. 'Committee chairman are: Fi nance, Mrs. Duane Neal; local church, Mrs. Bryan Stewart nominations, Mrs. Jess Jergen sen, Mrs. Frances Shorey and Mrs. C. J. Bjustrom; publicity Mrs. John Voss, Jr. Flower Committee, Church, Mrs. Earl Neal and Mrs. Bert Hamus; funeral, Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Lest We Forget; Mrs. Ralph Davidson. ' Other executive committee members are Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer and the Circle Chairman, Community Planning Council, Mrs. Le Roy Weber. Hostesses were Mrs. Vernon Eggleston, chairman, Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. John Voss, Jr., and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. Agafds, will be married to Cecil Kofslund, Fort Dodge, May 28 in the LuVerne Methodist church. Gtmf* at Robert Will'i Sunday after the baccalaureate were the grandmother, Mrs. Theresa Assing, his uncle, the Harvey Wills, and neighbors tne Raymond Nelsons. The Harold Chriiteniens, Eagle Grove, Visited Sunday with ner sister the Otto Willes. Mri. Goldie White Johntton and daughter Lucille, Los Angeles, Cant., and her sister Mrs. Floyd Stocker, Eyota, Minn., visited in LuVerne May 16. A family get together was held that evening at Max Patterson's. Other guests were Mrs. Verna Thompson, Ledyard, Lottie and Jennie Mason, and the Milo Pattersons, LuVerne. —After baccalaureate Sunday the Earle Hanselmans had as guests tor Jane, the Supt. L. B. aheitons, Principal Howard Smiths, Bryce Wicketts, Sherman Arendses, Norman Watsons, Mrs. Robert Walters, Hum- .voldt; the Charles Blooms, Algona; Barbara Sharman, Dennis Holmes, the Clem Striplings James Mallorys and R. C. Wai- lines. Her brother George Ames, was a weekend guest. Bowling awards are given for Ladies league Tribune THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANC6-3 LuVerne The Ladies Lea- SHOWER IS GIVEN Linda Agard, Fort Dodge, bride-elect was given a pre-nuptial shower in the Methodist church May 22. Hostesses were Mrs. R. C. Walline, Mrs. Richard Bristow, Mrs. Mervin Bristow, Mrs. Allen Darby, Mrs. Bert Ramus, Mrs. Joseph Norcross, Mrs. Allyn Brink and Mrs. Victor Paul- stick. Readings were given by Mrs. Walline and Mrs. Richard Bristow, followed by recipes and household tips. Corsages were given the bride, her mother, Mrs. Ray Agard, LuVerne, and grandmother, Mrs. Cyril Woodson, Eagle Grove. She was assisted with gifts by gue bowling banquet was held May 17 at the LuVerne Lanes. Tables were decorated by the Patterson, team. The dinner was served by Doris John, Alice Stampka, Audrey De Nio and Mabel Holmes. Honors and awards went to Trauger's team 1st place, Darlene Curry, Kathryn Casey, Doris Barber, Martha Wolf, Batty Hansen, Cecile Schipull and Vera Wolf. Achievement award went to Helen. Egel with a 14 pin increase in her average. High series to Darlene Curry with a 573 and high game to Darlene Curry with a 223. Highest average bowler was Lola Hippen with a 164 and most games over 500 to Marlys Stille and Lola Hippen. Poppy day at LuVerne dated this Saturday LuVerne — Saturday, May 28, all will be asked to wear a red memorial poppy. Once each year Americans observe Poppy Day which is a voluntary tribute to our dead and disabled servicemen. The Legion Auxil lary and volunteers sell the poppies to aid. The poppies have been made in hospitals and work shops where the suffering of war still exists. The disabled veterans who make these flowers are able to gain a dual benefit from their work. The poppy program gives many men their only opportunity to support themselves and their families. Volunteers who offer the poppies receive nothing tangible. They gain satisfaction from their contribution. Money dropped into contribution boxes in exchange lor poppies goes directly to the welfare activities of the Lsgion and Auxiliary. All funds are used for the aid of disabled veterans, their families, and the families or da- ceased servicemen. Mrs. Allen cJlake and Mrs. Earl John are buVerne chairmen. Four Little League teams this year To play games on Tuesday and Thursday nights Fort Dodge. Her grandmother, Mrs. Woodson, poured. Out of town guests were her grandparents, the Cyril Woodsons, and aunts Mrs. Esther Woodson and Mrs. Edna Reichester, Eagle Grove. Linda, dauguter of the Ray TO CONFIRM NINE STRIKES 'N SPARES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series LuVerne Ins. 2662 High Team Game LuVerne Ins. 918 High Individual Series C. Hanselman 539 High Individual Game ,C. Hanselman and . R. Stoll 199 , TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series .Les's Barbar Shop 2368 High Team Game Les's Barber Shop 840 High Individual Series Marlys Stille 519 High Individual Game Betty Hansen 214 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series W LuVerne Coop. 91 Zentners 88 LuVerne Bldg. 79 Blake's 76 Sec. St. Bank 65 Old Timers 49 Village Pump 34 LuVerne Co-op. . High learn Game Zeiilncrs 992 High Individual Series Clom, Stripling 633 High Individual Game L 45 52 61 64 75 91 106 2795 .girls and six boys will be confirmed May 29 in the Lu Verne Zion Ev. Lutheran church. They arc Craig, son of the "Hem Striplings; Terry, son of ihe Wayne Warmbiers; Larry, son of the Owen Currys; Larry, son of the Eugene Caseys; Rusty, son of Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Brainerd; David, son of the Harold Ristaus; Connie, daughter of the Don Warmbiers; Linda, daughter of the Milton Wilhelms; Elaine, daughter of the Arnold Hinzcs. 800 NEW BOOKS Mrs. Charles Hinz, librarian, reports 800 new books have been received from the traveling library. Assisting in placing on the shelves were Emma Krause, Mrs. Percy Brink, Mrs. Earl Neal, and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. OFFICERS ELECTED Walther League met May 19 at the Zion Ev. Lutheran church. Hostesses were Coleen John and Mary Hjelmeland. Election of new officers was held; Coleen John, president; Douglas De Groote, Corwith, vice. Clem Stripling 249 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Jlumboldl - — - 2240 High Team Game Humboldl -.. - 826 High Ir.nividual Series Joe Henderson 631 Joan Nielson 556 High Individual Game Charles Quebe 224 Joan Nielson _... 205 SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Goetsch's 2268 High Team Game Nielsen's 778 High Individual »eri»i Gail Wolf -- 580 Kathy C. 517 High Individual Gam* Gail Wolf 217 Kathy C. and Norma W. 190 Edward Blumer, Algona, for merly LuVerne, is a medical pa tient in St. Ann hospital. Laurie Hanselman is now at the home of her parents, the Edwin Hanselmans, for a mon :h's vacation. She is in nurse raining in the Lutheran hospital, Des Moines. She completed ;hree months in psychiatric raining at the state hospital in Knoxville. She has one more year of training. Her parents went Friday to bring her home and visited the Tulip festival in Pella. Guests at Earl John's after Baccalaureate Sunday for Lenard were his grandmother, Mrs. Andie Wernet and Mr. Wernet, Britt; aunts the Dean Bowmans, Algona; George Stqders, William Steils, Mrs. Allen Blake, and Mrs. James Lenz, LuVerne. The Harold Trauger* and James Traugers visited their father, Guy Trauger, in a rest home in Britt. Florence Hof, Fort Dodge, is at her brother, the Edward Hof's. She is assisting in the home since the death of Mrs. Hof, May 13. The fdwin Hanselmans and Carl Hanselmans attended commencement of the Corwith-Wesley school May 18. Beth Risvold, daughter of the Carvel Risvolds, a graduate, is a niece of the two Mr. Hanselman's. The Rev. Werthie Ushers Kenneth and Cynthia, Ida Grove, were Thursday visitors at James Mallory's. The Jerry Quebees, Iowa City, have their first child, a 6 Ib, son, Chad Allen, born Friday May 20, at University hospital Mrs. Quebee, formerly Mary Lee Darby is the daughter of the Allen Darbys, LuVerne. The Charles Quebees, Corwith, are paternal grandparents. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville, Des Moines, was at home in Lu Verne Wednesday to Friday. The Lester Smiths attendee the graduation of the Boom Valley school in Renwick Wed nesday. Arless Smith, daughte of his brother, the Harold Smi tlis, was a graduate. Mrs. Lydia Lund attended the graduation of her granddaugh- ,er, Kristi Nerem, from the Cpr- with-Wcsley school at Corwith Wednesday. A reception lor the Nerem families followed at the "orwitn church. Airman First Jlass Gary Nerem, son of the Gerhard Nerems, Bancroft, home from service in the air forces in Viet Nam, showed slides. He received the air force commendation medal, service at Bien Hoa Air Base, Viet Nam. Mrs. Delores Detmering, Osawatomie, Kans., formerly of Lu Verne, is visiting friends here and with her sons in Wesley and Humboldt. She came for the graduation of a granddaughter Vicki, daughter of the George Detmerings, Wesley, and grandson Robert Jr., son of the Robert Detmerings, Humboldt. The Lester Smiths received news Thursday morning of the birth of a SVfe Ib. son, John Patrick, in the hospital in Iowa Falls, to their son-in-law and daughter the Gary Ites May 19 This is their first child. The Smiths went Sunday to Iowa Falls to see the new baby. Mrs Smith remained for a week to assist in the home. Four Little League baseball teams, with boys ages 7 through 12, will operate this summer in the LuVerne Summer Recreational program. Each member of the winning team will be given a first place ribbon for the top team in the standings at the end of the summer. This year's Junior High boys will be divided into two; v teams nd will play games during the ummer. All games will "be on uesday and Thursday 'nights, tarting at 7:30 p.m. Following is a weekly schedule f all activities beginning > June 13 and ending Aug. 5. Monday Drivers Education — A.M. H. S. Baseball — Evening. Tuesday Drivers Education — A. M. Recreational Swimming— Bu; will leave at 1:30 south of gymnasium. Little League and J. H. Game — 7:30 P.M. Wednesday Drivers Education — A.M. Little Practice — 1 and 3 p.m. —up to and including 6th graue. H. S. Baseball — Evening. Thursday Drivers Education — A.M. Little League and J. H. Game —7:30. LuVerne dates games July 4lh The LuVerne Junior High and High School baseball teams will play a double header with Boone Valley July 4 at Renwick. The junior high game will start at 1:30 and the high school game at 3 p.m. The Sherman Arends were Sunday visitors in Williams with his parents, the Grover Arends Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer an< Mrs. William Goetsch attendee a W.S.C.S. executive meeting of the WSCS in Fort Dodge May 24. son of the LuVerne State bank., The Leslie Calkins were in Blue Earth Wednesday for the uneral of Mrs. Margaret Schwab, 80. Mrs. Schwab was the jrandmother of Mrs. Calkins. Ker mother was Mrs. Julia Pergande, LuVerne. Survivors include three daughters, four sons, Mrs. Pergande, LuVerne; Mrs. Howard La Mont, Mrs. Florence La Mont, Fred, Edward, Jonas, August La Mont, Blue Earth. The Frank Gronbachs, Lu Mrs. Delia Burgess has re turned from Protivin where she visited her aged mother, Mrs. Anna Bader, who was hospital- 'zed, Visitors Sunday at Robert Barber's were former farm neighbors, the Archie Thompsons, Alta. Fred Merkle was released Monday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was a medical patient two weeks. The Henry Kublys were given a dinner Tuesday at the Hufi cafe, LuVerne, for the 81st birthday of Mrs. Kubly. Their son, the Elmer Kublys, and daughter Evelyn, the Edwin Martys, were hosts. The Albert A, Schipulls attended the Boone Valley graduation in Renwick Wednesday. Beth Schipull, daughter of their nephew, the Loren Schip- ulls, was a graduate. The Jerry Krauses, Renwick, visited the Robert Barbsrs Sunday. The Carl Schipulls, Goldfield, visited the A. A. Schipulls, Sunday. The men are brothers. Guests Tuesday evening at Gerald Ramus's were his aunt, the Fred Hinzes, Uvermore and the Gerald Klatts, Algona Carl Swanson if 9 medical patient at the hospital at Britt since May 15. Friday • '. Drivers Education — A.M. H. S. Baseball — Evening. LITTLE LEAGUE ROSTER Yankees — Kim Nielsen, Don Selby, Roger Pergande, 'Chiq Legler, KirK Nielsen;. Bruce?€oy r le, Steve Thomas, Ricky Petersen, Brad Strand, David 'Lenz, iicky Thomas, David Nielsen. White Sox — Lane Lindebak, Tom Zentner, David Coyle, Doug Block. Terry Thomas, Jay Schi- jull, Kip Watts, Dennis Bristovy. Hark Blumer. Robert Blake, Dale Johnson, Dennis Kiley. TWINS — Curt Barber, Jeff rlansen, Randy Petersen, Bob Petersen, Rich Bristow, Bill Blumer, Dan Putzstuck, Wayne Curry, Doug Blumer, Rob Gronbach, Scott Kinne. ORIOLES — David Hanselman, Steve Wickett, Bert Schi pull, Garnet Johns, Kerry Strip ling, Jeff Bristow, Larry Trauger, David Hurlburt, Craig Me Clellan, Larry Putzstuck, Barrett Brainerd. JUNIOR HIGH ROSTER Phillies — Lee Schipull, Craig Stripling, Mark Barber, Larry Curry, Dana Selby, David Ristau, Larry Casey, Danny Block, Tim Bristow, Sub. Don Selby. Astros — Terry Warmbier, Randy Will, Paul Swanson, John Legler, Tom Merriam, Rusty Brainerd, Gaylen Cronk, Randy Thomas, Tom Zentner, Curtis Barber, Sub. LITTLE LEAGUE AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHEDULE June 16—T vs 0 & A vs. P June 21—Y vs. T & P vs. A June 23—W vs. 0 & A vs. P June 28—W vs. T & P vs. A June 30—0 vs. Y & A vs. P July 5—Y vs. W & P vs. A July 7—T vs. 0 & A vs. P July 12—Y vs. T & P vs. A July 14— W vs. 0 & A vs. P July 19—W vs. T & P vs. A July 21 0 vs. Y & A vs. P July 26—Y vs. W & T vs. 0 July 28—Y vs. T & W vs. 0 Aug. 2—W vs. T & 0 vs. Y The William Eastmans, Rock ford, visited her mother, Mrs. Sadie Wegner, Sunday. They werei enroute home from Tulip festival at Orange City. The Edwin Martys, and Henry Kublys visited Saturday and Sunday in Randall with their daughter and granddaughter, the Judean Welthas. All visited the Robert Meanys, Ames, cousin of Mr. Marty. He is a teacher at the university. Mrs. J. R. McCall, Winnepeg, Canada, visited Wednesday with her aunt and uncle, the Hugh Shirks. Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer and Mrs. William Goetsch attended a camp staff meeting at Fort Dodge Saturday. The Arthur W. Dimlers Sunday went to visit in Clarence with their daughter Vera, the Don Ireys. Mario Stampka, daughter of ;he John Stampkas, LuVerne, and Lois Turley, daughter of he Marvin Turleys, Rolfe, came by plane Friday. The girls spent seven months in Miami, Fla., where they had employment. Good Will club met May 19 with Mrs!' Jessie" Stripling. Guests were Mrs, Sherman Arends and Joiii, Mrs. Ted Johnson and Verne, sisters, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman and Mrs. Dora Gronbach, Livermore, were in Orange City for the Tulip festival The Gronbachs brought home wooden shoes for each as souvenir. The August J. Pergandes had as guests since May 18, her sis ter the Loren L. Larsons, ior mer residents of Fort Dodge They have returned from months at Harlinger, Texas Phoenix, Ariz.; Colorado Spr ngs, Colo., and at Boulder, Colo with their son Kermit. The Lai sons will live at Windsor He ghts, Des Moines. Advance Pub. Co. Detain Blumer Lowell's Skelly Station LuVerne Bldg. Co. — James Mallory Milo Patterson Nielsen's D-X . Co-op. Elevator The Frank Gronbachs were guests Friday to Tuesday with their daughter Doris, the Willie Blairs, Superior, Wis. They went for the confirmation of Mary Blair, 14, daughter and granddaughter May 15 in the Christ Lutheran church. The pastor ot ;he church, the Rev. George Wicks, was a classmate of tne [lev. Kenneth Wittenberg in a Theological college. The Blairs are building a new 4 bedroom split level home. Dale Kubly, Ames, was a weekend visitor with his par ents, the Elmer Kublys. He came for the birthday of his mo tlier May 22. The John Hansons were Sun day guests of their son, the John Hanson, Jr., Rutland. Curtiss Chopin N.W. Bell Telephone Girard Strouths, and Jim and ohn, twin sons of the Jake Strouths. Mary iNelson, daughter of the [^-^ g^-. Charles Nelsons, will graduate Treas. of state rom Ottumwa Heights college unday. She plans to attend Briar Cliff college in Sioux Gi- y next year. Charles Nelson, 'aul and Shuck, plan to attend he graduation. The annual St. Joseph's school picnic has been re-scheduled tor Thursday, May 26, not the 27. Mrs. Justine Becker was an overnight guest Friday of her daughter, the Don Redings, St. Joe, and Saturday at 1 p.m. she attended the wedding of a niece, Kathy Collins, and Ray Welter in the Sacred Heart Catholic church. She also attended the reception. Mrs. Merle Loss had a group of youngsters and their mothers Saturday for the fourth birthday of their son Donnie. Mrs. Mary Bluml left Sunday for Carroll where she will live in a house she recently purchased. She has been housie- keeper for Father Phillips. Mrs. Franklin Bode had her COUNCIL MINUTES TOWN Or LUViftNE, IOWA COUNCIL MINUtft May J, lf»4 Council met in regular seSsiort with ..layer Mallory and councilman Strand, Nielsen, Zerttner and Lawson present. Absent: Gronbach. .'•*''''• The following bills were allowed: . P. S. Co. ' - $ 208.44 LuVerne Cemetery 3 y2'9V . ---I ?!§- 87 H. G. Trouger —-— ''7.99 Fred Goetsch - 92,30 Bud Dawson .-.„— 406.25 17.70 56.30 5.93 .63 23.00 12.75 64.44 • .83 icTeve Implement Co. 4,458.20 Harold Ristau 10.00 Brown Supply Co. --' 184.23 12.50 27.38 State Hygienic Lab. —. 22.00 Rockwell Mfg. Co. ... 398.40 Zorwith Imp. Co. 16.02 LuVerne Library .- 425.00 A resolution was passed to put a water main under the Chicago N. W. roll- road tracks. ' • '' It was voted to enter into. Humb. Co. Mutual fire aid program. •'.'•• . Burt De Nio was issued a building permit to build a 10' by 16' work shop. Motion to adjourn. " H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk '•••'• Receipts for April General —$1,736.03 Street —. 2,264.24 Pub. Safety . — 3,132.24 Sanitation ,1'—- 440.46 Mun. Ent. „. 660.70 Recreation -'--- .I.-I- 440.46 Utilities „ 1,264.27 " '.* R. U. Tax Sewer 661.46 194.15 Total .: ..._• $10,794.01 Published ; in the Algona : Kossuth County Advance, Alg'ona, Iowa, May 26, 1966V Mrs. Marvin Reding. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Reding are new members. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Roy Guy. Bingo was played. Guests of the Sherman Arends Sunday for the birthday of Mrs. Arends were her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, brother the Clem Striplings, Mrs. Anna Schneider, Mrs. Charles Hinz and Lester. Albert Pergande and Jim, Algona, visited his father, Fred Pergande Friday. Mrs. Orville Hurlburt was in Britt Thursday for a funeral of a relative. Mrs. Alma Madden had as guest Friday and Saturday Mrs. Sarah Dyddahl, Wallingford. Mrs. Madden went Friday to bring her here. Mrs. Dyddahl is a sister of the late John A. Nel The Lyle Pentons, Fargo, N. D., were called by the sudden death of Art Rosenmeyer at St Benedict, the husband of his mother. Kenneth Stripling, Newell was a Thursday guest of his mother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling. Appearing Saturday MAY 28 CARL PETERS Stop in and enjoy an Evening of Fun and Recreation Wesley Viola Studer The Vine Eisenbachers, E and Jo3 Eisenbacher, Clarenc Nelsons, Richard Hammond and Mrs. Norbsrt Hilbsrt pia: to go to Wilmont, Minn. Frida for the graduation of their nep hews, Jerry Strouth, son of th ontract bridge club Monday at ernoon. Mrs. Frank Bleich will lave the players next. Rose Ricke was given a graduation reception May 18. Guests were the John Nelsons, Joone, Joan Ricke and Jerry Morgan, Iowa City; and the Jlair Hildmans, Beatrice Hildman, Harold Hoveys and Chas. Weirs, Wesley. Rose has enrol- ed at Hamilton's Business Col- .ege, Mason City, and begins, ler course June 8. GRO-G&EN ANHYDROUS AMMONIA THf lOWCOSfNITIOOlN SAVES LABOR INCREASES YIELDS LuVerne Crop Service Phone 882-3234 NOTICE WE WILL BE .. CLOSED FOR ALL BUSINESS MAY 31 FOR INVENTORY. We will be open to receive your account. LuVerne Co-op Elevator Eldon Guess, Mgr. •*• Bamboo Lounge LuVerne LUVERNE CLINIC 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 A word to the wise. drive carefully! •r c\ WATCH • •• tt SCHOOL'S OUT! School is out for the summer — and it is more important now than ever to drive carefully. The youngsters will be playing outside for the next three months. Be on the alert at all times — watch for cars parked along the curbing. Pay particular attention at intersections. Remember — it may not be your fault if your car strikes a youngster put you could avoid any such accident many times with just a little more care. Keep our children safe in LuVerne — drive carefully this summer. THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY: CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH LU VERNE BUILDING CO. LU VERNE CLINIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP LU VERNE CROP SERVICE SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP. ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK

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