Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
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Tribun 4—ALGONA dowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHEC) AS PART OP THE kOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY; JUNE a, 1*66 Wedding at Livermore CATHARINE JEAN" Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Collins, Livermore, and Raymond E..Welter,..son ..of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Welter, were married Saturday, May 21, at the Sacred Heart church in Livermore with Father Gerald Fisch officiating in a double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Joan Madsen of Livermore was maid of honor and Esther Mackintosh of Livermore was bridesmaid. Richard Welter, Bode, cousin of the'groom, was best man, and groomsman was Rodney Gress, Ottosen. ; Serving as ushers were Keith Redig of, Dakota, Minn, and Roger Collins of Livermore. Acolytes were Bobby and Dick Collins, brothers of the bride. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremonies. Miss Thola Salmon was in charge of the guest book, Mrs. Terry Lee served punch and Mrs. Denny Wagner and Mrs. Denny Thompson cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Keith Redig helped with the gifts. ' The bride and groom are both .graduates of Twin Rivers high school. He is presently attending Eagle Grove Junior College and is employed with the Franklin Mfg. Co. of Webster City. . Saul Studio Photo. Livermore youth gets scholarship from Iowa State Livermore — Robert (Bob) Roethler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, one of the top honor students of Twin Rivers high school and a 1966 graduate; received a' $200 scholarship from Ames where he will attend college next fall. He will take engineering. Bob also received the nmthematic award from Twin Rivers. GRAPUATION PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Curran entertained several relatives and friends in honor of the graduation of their son Larry from the Humboldt high school. Sunday evening after Baccalaureate guests were Mr. and Mrs.; Harold Curran of Britt and fe|XDoriald Hanig and ., .Lesley. Wednesday ni- |"after,'graduation guests we- r,e.iMr. and Mrs. Eugene Hamand of, Plover, Mr. and Mrs. Torkel Aure of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf of Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. John Len- tch and Maurine of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker and Michael of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Knierem of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Sleiter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Stolp, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hamand, Mark and Patty, all of Humboldt, Bobby Roethler, John Fuhrmann, John Barton and Father Fisch, all of Livermore. Larry was Valedictorian of his class of 125 students. AUXILIARY MEETS The county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the Legion building in Humboldt on the afternoon of May 17 when the officers for the new year were installed. The new officers are Mrs. Jasie Helvick of Humboldt, president; Mrs. Ruth Kitley of Renwick, vice; Mrs. Betty Friedman of Humboldt, sec.-treias. and Mrs. Karl (Bertha) Baessler of Livermore, historian. W.S.C.S. INSTALLS The new officers for the coming year of the W.S.C.S. were: installed at their meeting Wednesday,,afternoon at the church. . President, Mrs. Herbert Raney; vice, Mrs. Gene Benjamin; recording, sec., Mrs. Dale Joiner; treas., Mrs. Jerry Foreman. A pot luck lunch was served. ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz; and his father, Bill Schultz of Humboldt attended the funeral services Friday afternoon at the Methodist church in Mason City for Mrs. Bryan Ogjesby, sister of Bill Schultz, who had been fatally injured in an auto accident Tuesday night. Dick Schultz was one of the casket bearers. INJURES LEG Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dolder and David left for ; Iowa City Friday afternoon when they re>- ceived word that their 6 year old grandson had his leg injured quite badly when riding on a motorcycle with his father and was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dudley and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dudley and family of Hayfield, Minn, attended graduation exercises at Rockwell City where Gary Dudley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Dudley graduated from high school on Wednesday evening. Gary is the grandson of the Myron Dudleys. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wells and her sister, Mrs. Nelle Wio- key of Algona, left for Colorado Springs, Colo, on Thursday where they will attend graduation exercises for their grandson Greg Neal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Neal. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 231T Livermor* FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR MIL Coleman, 58, dies Hay 25 at Livermore Livermore — Funeral Servit ces were held Saturday, May 28 at the Livermore Presbyterian church for Wilfred L. Colem'aii 56, who died unexpectedly at his home Wednesday evening. Rev. Ralph Hindman offioiar ted at the. services with the Lindhart Funeral Home of Humboldt in charge of arrangements. Burial was in the Union cemetery at Livermore. Casket bearers were E. J. Ha'hifah, Daryl Baker, Noble Harris, Ivan Fredericksen, V,er- non Fiderlick and Milton,Bergum. Special .music was by soloist Colin Demery with Mrs. John Hosford as organist. Wilfred Coleman was born at Ogdeh and obtained his school ing there. In 1934 hei married Ruby Koepke at Irvington and they farmed near Ft. Dodge and Corwith before moving to the Livermore area in 1945. Last fall they bought and moved into the former Gale Berryhill acreage on the west edge of town. He is survived by his wife, five sons, Larry of Sioux City, Richard Livermore, David, Crar ig and Kerry at home, one daughter Mrs. William Ahken- bauer of Duncombe, two grandchildren, his father Thomas, Livermore and four brothers, Leslie and David of Livermore', Clarence of Lyle, Minn. and Gerald of Irvington and one sister, Mrs. Robert Buckley of Ogden. He was preceded in death by one son, Ronald and a grandson. Girl's State Miss Jean Kayser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kayser of the West Bend area, and Miss Trudy . Rossing, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing. have baan chosen by the Legion. Auxiliary as delegate and alternate delegate to attend Girl's State at Cedar Falls June 12-17. Jean is a junior in Garrigan high school at Algona and is active in .Chorus, Speech, belongs to.the,Math .club, is a Star staff reporter and on the Gold Honor roll. Trudy is a junior at the Twin Rivers high school at Bode and is active in concert band, marching band, mixed chorus, girls glee club, girl's track and is a member.of the National Honor Society. Mrs. Mae Deibler of Windom, Minn, visited in the home of Mrs. Grace Anderson Wednesday and Thursday of last week. While here they went to the cs- meterics at Britt and Algona. Mrs. Robert Algoe 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. Dick Schultz won hi)g|h, Mrs. Cliff Baker, secpnd high and Mrs. James Lempke low. Margaret Weyer, who teaches at, Dyersville, is now home for the summer. She will attend one week of schooling at Iowa City next week. , 4 , Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson attended graduation exercises at Eagle Grove Thursday evening in honor of their granddaughter, Kathy Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilson who received a $500 scholarship to Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Davis and Lisa of Aberdeen, S.D. were Memorial Day weekend guests in the parental Bill Davis home, arriving Friday and leaving Monday. Deanne Dudley of Laurens spent a few days last week with her grandparents, the Myron Dudleys, Mrs. Bill Wilson 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, Mrs. Henry Groh low and Mrs. Harold Gierstad travel. Mrs. Norman Scott was a guest. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Groh attended graduation exercises at Renwick in honor of Robert Clowes. Mrs. Grace Anderson, who recently bought the Ace Bordwell residence in the northeast pail of town has completed the remodeling and moved in from the farm. A new garage lias also been added to the property. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nelson and Mrs. Lucy Conly were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Conly's sister, Mrs. Leo Trefo- bien at Milford. Mrs. Conly stayed and visited with other relatives until Friday. She visited her brother Carl Thelen, who was a patient in the hospital at Spencer and at another- brother's home the Ajidy The- lens and also two sisters, Mrs. Irene McDonald and Mrs. Verne Cook, who live at Milford. Wffktnc) visitor! in thf §111 Wilson home over the Memorial Day weekend were a sister-in- law Mrs. Gladys Wilson of Albert Lea, Minn, and Mi-. Wilson's sister Mrs. Pat Grey of Alemeda, Calif, who is a Wave and stationed at the naval base there. The following members of the "S'Utz Us" 500 club went to the home of Mrs. Grace Anderson Friday afternoon for a hcusewarmih'g: Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Mrs. Louise Gronbach, Mrs. Jacob Michelson, Mrs. Genevieve Weydert, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus, Mrs. Virgil Smith, Mrs. Jack Sharp and Mrs. Paul Jarvis. A gift was presented to Mrs. Anderson by the group and they also brought the lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker and Micheal of Denver who spent a week visiting in the parental Lawrence, Curran home return 1 ed to their home on Thursday. Mrs. Baker is the former "Carol Curran. On Friday Mr, and Mrs. David Kurt and boys of Los Angeles arrived at the Lavyrence Ciirrari' 'home to visit' them a lift other relatives. Mrs. Kurt is a niece of Mrs. Curran, the oldest daughter of the former Elizabeth Lentch. Ex-LuVerne woman victim of car crash LuVerne — Funeral services for a former LuVerne resident, Mrs. Bryan Oglesby, formerly Olive Schultz, 64, Mason, City, were held 2 p.m. Friday in the First Methodist church, Mason City with the Dr. George Truman Carl officiating. Organist was Mrs. Earl Ehlers, Mason City. Attendants were nephews L. C. Riley. Dick Schultz, Don Ramus; William Schultz, Gerald Ramus and Paul Lansing. Burial was in Memorial Park cemetery. Mrs. Oglesby was killed May 24 when her car collided with a truck, four miles south of Greene. Mrs. Oglesby was born in LuVerne April 2, 1902, daughter of William and Mary (Busse) Schultz. She was married to Bryan Oglesby, December 20, 1920 in Kansas City, Mo. She was a member of the First Methodist church, the Senior Wesleyan Service Guild, and the woman's division of the Mason City chamber of commerce. Survivors are her husband Bryan Oglesby; three sons, Bryan Gail Oglesby, Cedar Rapids; Floyd G. Oglesby, Battle Creek, Mich.; William S. Oglesby, Ce^ dar Rapids; a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth R. (Maryo) Griffin, Mountain View, Calif., 16 grandchildren and a brother William Schultz, Humboldt. Parties held for graduates at LuVerne LuVerne — After graduation at the high school Tuesday parties honored graduates. There were 23 in the class,' 13 girls, 10 boys. At Earle Hanselnians for Jane were Berriie and Jule Nel : son, Frost, Minn.; the Raymond Nelsons, Rake; Harley Christeih- sens, Ringste'd; MrS. Lee Roy Hanselman, Mrs. Anna Hanselman, the Rev. R. T. Muellers, Allyn Brinks, Coleen John, Lau rie Coyle, the Henry Martys. Jane will attend Cedar Falls, majoring in art. At Earl John's for were the Robert Bravicks, Britt; Mrs. Dean Bowman, Algona; the George Studers, Robert Niel- sens, Allen Blakes, Jim Stahls, Adolph Koesters, Allyn Brinks, Dwight Savages, Harold Traug- ars, Herman Schulz, the Bernard Cbyles, Sherman Arend, Jane Hanselman, Becky Watts, Loren Wittmeier, Tom and Eddie Steil. At Thees Schnakenberg's for Elaine were the Martin Bdckers, Algona; George, Frank and Harold Beckers, Roscoe Mawd* sleys, Burt; Clara Schnakei> berg, Ames; the Rev. R. T. Muellers, John Schnakenbergs, Adolph Koesters, Raymond Nelsons, Allen Darbys, Chester Sills, Howard KraUses, Clyde Dudleys, Mike Stripling, Harold Traugers, and Daryl Trauger. Elaine will enter Ames this fall in home economics. The Howard Cronks have no relatives near able to attend. The Cronks moved here three years ago from Minburn, as he was hired custodian at the Lu Verne school. Howard Jr. was Dawn Lindebak wins third in Slate poetry Diwri Lindetoak Was awarded a, gold, certificate for winning third place among the twelfth grade students in the state in the.towa Poetry Day Association Contest with her poehi "Smiles". Recognition was given five English students, Luana Leek Rita Patterson, Linda Rugg Rick Hersbergen, and Elaine Schnakenberg, whose poetry was accepted for publication in Young America, Sings, a,national high school pootry anthology. Avvards in the Business Department were presented to the following: Bookkeeping, Jane Hanselman. Typing-Beginning, Rebecca Daley, Butch Hefty, Mary Cronk, Typing-Advanced, Rita Patterson. Office Practice, Linda Rugg Track — Denny Awe and Rex Bristow, C< rtificate; Denny Hanselman, Bob Fett, Don Bristow Duane Will, Ron Wolf, Gary Mrs. Bryan Stewart attended a luncheon at the Johnson House and a board meeting in the Colonial Motel Thursday in Algona. It was a farewell for Frances Anderson, 6th District field representative of Cancer Division. She had been a field representative for five years, and will be associate with the Pearl fgeney for southeast Iowa. She will live at Waterloo or Cedar Rapids. The Pawl Maases were in Hubbard Sunday to decorate the graves of his parents. They were guests of the Carl Dubber- kes and attended church with them. . .,. At Verne Daley's for Linda were Mrs. Edna Leigh, Dorothy Leigh, the Marvin -Leighs, Algeria; Albert Leighs, Thomps6n>; Donald Leigh, Irvington; Willis Epheringtons, Algona; Wilbur Daleys, Mrs. Ronald Rosenmeyer, St. Benedict; the Herman Wises, Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer, Wesley; Aileen Thompson, Alta; Mrs. Norman Watson, Mrs. Robert Walters, Humboldt; Roger Hanson, Mrs. Bernard Coy-. le, Michele and Laurie, the Clif Richardsons, Herman Schulzes, Jim Stahls, , Mrs. Tom Carroll and Diane, Mrs. Helen Toohey, Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, Bert De Nio and Holly, Mrs. Duran Watts, Becky Watts, Sherman Arends, Mrs. Clem Stripling, Mrs. James Mallory, the George Studers. At John Delaney's for Jack were his grandparents the Albert Johnsons, Ruthven; Ed Steils, Hardy; and William Steils, LuVerne, At Joseph Norcross's for Jo Anna were Mrs. Sam Mikelson, Sharon Mikelson, the Clarence Mikelsons, Larry Greenwood's, Belnrond; the Lyle Bakers, Marlene Norcross, Iowa Falls; Donna Richardson, Story City; the Orville Hoffman's, Renwick; Dennis Geisler, Fort Sill, Okla.; Gary Norcrosses, Humboldt; the Jerry Stilles, Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Andrew Martys, Ed Hunts, Mrs. Dwight Savage and Jim, Mrs. Bertha Schipull, and Harold Schipull. At Edward Lindebak's for Dawn were the Elmer Eglis, W. L. Efflis, Bill Junkmans, Manson; Jess Lindebaks, Duane Neals, Charles Hanselmans, Lu Verne; the Russell Christen- sens, Humboldt; Mrs. Bill Goodrich and baby, Marion. Dawn will enter Cedar Falls this fall. At George fchnetzer's : for Connie were the Jerry Schnet- zers, Churdan; Elmer Schnet- zers, Renwick; Fred Krafts, Ea- ffle Grove; Art Krafts, Charles Merkles, Renwick; the Rev. Ralph Hindmans, Luella Blumer, the Harry Naffzigers, ^ack McOlellans, Ted Johnsons. Connie will attend Westmar college, LeMars, this fall. . At Clarence Meyer* near Hardy for Viriginia were the Geo* rge Meyers, the Malcom He- lircks, Bradgate; the Alvin Meyers, Humboldt; Don Petersons, Dakota City; August Olsons and Denise, Hardy. At Gerhard Myer's for Russell were the Henry Langer- mans, Fenton; Albert and (Gerald Langermans, Fenton; Fred Langerman. Swea City; Walter Myer, the Harold Wolfs, Adolph Koesters, Fred W. Schneider, LuVerne; the Rev. William Stocks, Livermore. Mrs. Albert Fett, Barry Selby, and Letter. Certificate Langerman poured, Mrs. Fred Langerman cut and served the cake. Mrs. Gerald Langerman served punch. Unable to attend were his sister, the Herbert Danzers, Mankato; Albert Schneider, Mrs. Martha Schneider, Mrs. Beata Tew and Henry Loerwald, LuVerne. At Peder Hjelmel's for Gerhard were the Harry Naffzigers, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, LuVerne, and Knut Mehl, Algona, Gerhard will take training for masonry and brick laying. At the LuVerne Co-op. Elevator for Tommy, son of the William Erpeldings, Oelwein, were the.. Dick Mays, , Earl Stalzers, Renwick; Julius Beckers, Ted Wagners, Livermore; James Arend, Clarence Arndprfers, Edward Arend, Christine Arend, the John. Preuschels, Algona; the Roman Arends, St. Benedict; Mrs. Kenneth Erpelding and Kenneth, Bode; Dorothy Hunt, Fort Dodge; Lewanne Collins, Humboldt; Patti Erpelding, Mason City; Luke Erpelding, the Joel Redings, LuVerne. Tommy will be working for the Becker Construction, St. Joe, and enter Mankato State this fall. At Wayne Sanford's for Connie were the Frances Sanfords, Eagle Grove; Mrs. Iryin McGowan, Clear Lake; the Allmon Hovicks, Norman Larsons, Badger; James Traugers, Livermore; Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, the Durwood Burtises, Peggy, Daryl Ristau, the Milton Wilhelms, Harvey Wills, Allen Blakes, Andrew Martys, Marty and Martha Bowman, LuVerne. Connie leaves June 8 for a course on business machines at Hamilton's at Mason City. At Robert Wills for Earl were the Arthur and Lawrence Oberhelmens, Corwith; Norman Oberhelmens, Renwick; the Dale Falks, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Theresa Assing, EJdon Oberhelmen, the Roland Lenzes, LuVerne. At the LuVerne town hall for Norma Heinen were the Raymond Birnbaumers, Ed Steils, Hardy; the Leonard Olesens, Anna. Pfeffer, James McBreen, the Paul Stahls, Livermore; the Leonard Birnbaumers, dare; Merle Bernbaumers, Rhonda Sue, Humboldt; the Duane Hein- ens, Corwith; Aaron Steussys-, Algona; Floyd Baas, Mike Bon- stetter, West Bend; Larry Kraft, Renwick; the William Steils, Jim Stahls, Ben Heftys, Le Roy Webers, John Vosses, Jr., Barbara Sharman, Pennis Holmes, Loren Wittmeier, Henry Pergande, and Phil Dixon, Hardy. She wijl attend the Fort Dodge Junior college this fall. At Eldon Martinson'* for Paul were the Elmer Martinsons, Mrs. Helen Bloomquist, the Rev. Elmer Dahlstroms, Harcourt; the Lloyd Elgs, Mrs. Hattie Erickson, Fort Dodge; the Erving Samuelsons, Mankato; Richard Martinson, Des Moines; the John Vosses, Jr., LuVerne. The party was held at the LuVerne Lanes. At Henry A. Heft/s for Eugene were the Fred Lupkes, Al- gont; Lyle, Schipulls, Graettinr ger; Ralph Schipulls, Wesley; Raymond Sohipulls, Humboldt; Qijb s^bipuiis, AJgona; Virginia Meyer, the Henrv 0. Hefty's, Hajrdy; the Merrill Heftys, Otto- At Stanley Egel'* for Darlene _rickson, daughter of Mrs; Egel were the Gilbert, Hardjgroves, Oren Hudsons, Ernest Bgels, Louis Egels, Robert Hollzbaur- ers, Algona; the Frank Bauers, __ Bancroft; Albert Rennigers, El- guests c mer Youhgwirths', Paul Stahls, Maases. Richard Nielsens, Jack McClel- lans, Paul Hanselman,, Lu Verne; the Grover Daugards, Henry Daugard, Britt. She will attend the La James Beauty School, Mason City, this fall., . At Wally Roger's for Tommy Ruger and Kathy Skow, daughter of Mrs. Ruger were the Don Lindquists, , Mrs. Martha Garman, Mrs. Robert Bennett, Mason City; the Ernest Habegers, West Bend; Mrs. Ed Steil, Phil Dixon, Hardy; Larry Kraft, Renwick; the Fortners, Humboldt; William Steils, the Gerald Awes, John Vosses Jr., Marie Jackson, Larry May, the Alfred Millers, the Robert and Dick Nielsens, and Merle Bernbaumers, Humboldt. At Mrs. Audrey Baymgart- ner's for Linda Rugg, her daughter were the Richard Nedveds, Gilmore City; Clyde Priebes, Algona; Mrs. Ed Welsh, Chrinda; Phil Olson, Woden; Denny Hudspeth, St. Benedict; Jean May, Renwick; Archie' Thompson and Arlene, Alta; the Larry Ruggs, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Dwight Say- age, Jimmy, Coleen, John and Laurie Coyle, LuVerne. Linda has been accepted at Patricia Stevens Career college and finishing school in Chicago for the Ml term. She will major in professional modeling. .Linda will be employed in Des Moines this summer. Speech awards made recently at LuVerne Speech recognitioni'. pins for first year" of participation in District Speech Contest competition were presented to the following: Norma Heinen, Kris Meyer, Mary Hanselman, Henry Schnakenberg, Becky Watts, Kathy Shaw, Rick Hersbergen, Doug Nelson and Connie Hefty. Chain guard awards were given to these students who had participated a second year or more in district contest: Cindi Rugg, Earl Will, Lenard Johns, Linda Rugg, Gerald Sill, Coleen Johns, Luana Leek, Bart Selby, Dawn Lindebak, Jane Hanselman, Zelda Witzel, Elaine Schnakenberg, Daryl Trauger, Rita Patterson, Kris Merriam, Delores Eggleston, and Gretehen Zentner. Certificates of Merit from the Iowa High School Speech Association and gold pin awards for Division I ratings at State Speech Contest held at Lake Mills in March were earned by Linda Rugg (2), Earl Will (2), Henry Schnakenberg, Lenard Johns, Kathy Shaw, Doug Nelson, Coleen Johns, Dawn Lindebak, Jane Hanselman, Elaine Schnakenberg, and Daryl Trauger. Certificates of Merit from the Iowa Speech Association for re^ ceiving Division II ratings at the State Speech contest were presented to: Cindi Rugg,' Norma Heinen, Rick Hersbergen, Luana Leek and Gretehen Zentner. old and James Traugers. Merhn went to visit his father Guy Trauger in a rest, home at Britt. The Charles Curtises, Smith Center, Kans., were Tuesday guests of his uncle the Paul her Jane , Pete Heftys, Renwick; Charles Heftys, Ben Heftys, LuVerne. .Mrs. Anna Hanselman, grandchildren, George, __~and David Hanseiman, attended the confirmation of Michael, son of the Laity Hilgendorfs, at the St. Olaf Lutheran church, Fort Dodge Sunday. Ronald Stone of Atlantic was a weekend guest of his mother, Mrs. Lucinda Stone. Other guests were Mrs. George W. Godfrey, Bertha Godfrey, Ames, and Edna Clyne, Seattle, Wash. Saturday lunch guests at Paul Maas's were her aunt Mrs. Emma Ristau, Nora Springs, her daughter Mrs. Alvin Shoemaker, Austin, Minn., and her sister, Mrs. Orval Ramus, Fort Dodge. The George Studers, his mother, and Mrs. Helen Studer, Corwith, were , weekend guests of the Robert. Dale Studers in Ames; Mrs. Helen Studer then •vent to Rock Island, 111., to visit her daughter, the „ Howard Willes. June 1, she attended the graduation of her grandson Ja- The Keith Vosses were Sunday guests of his parents, the John Vosses Jr. for the broth- day of his mother Mrs. Voss Jr. Dolores Woito, Mason City, visited in LuVerne Sunday and was a caller at Myrtle Jordan's and Frank Hardcopf's. Memorial Day guests of the John Vosses, Jr. were the John Vosses, Sr., Algona; Robert Murrays, Crown Point, Ind., Anna B. Murray, Livermore; Lawrence Murray and Esther Me Clees, Fort Dodge. The John Vosses Sr., Algona, their son the John Vosses Jr., called at William Bigings' Memorial Day. Visitors Saturday with Mrs. Lydia Lund were her daughters, the Williard Zeiglers, Algona. Sunday the Tjeren Ner- ems, Corwith, and -~-in--the evening the Art Tietzes, Lakota, were visitors. Guests of the John Voss's, Jr., Saturday were her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ruby Murray, Newton, and her brother, the Robert Murrays, Crown 'Point, Ind. The Arthur Pearsens, Edmund, Okla., visited in LuVerne Sunday guests of, Myrtle Jordan. The Richard Petersens, Clear Lake, Mrs. Maxine Risvold, Mason City, and the Clarence Stevens, Austin, Minn., were callers Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Faye Lichty. The Micky Bakers, Mason City, were Saturday guests of Mrs. Faye Lichty. Her brother Donovan Prior and daughter Becky Sac City, visited home town mends here Saturday. The Howard Boyers, Waukee, were )W eekend guests of Mrs. Boyers mother and sister, Mrs and the James Assistant student directors, Jane Hanselman, Dawn Lindebak, Linda Ruffg, Elaine Schnakenberg and' Earl Will, were presented speech service pins. REUNION IS HELP A Ramus reunion was held Sunday in the LuVerne town hall. Attending were the William Ramuses, the Joe De Salvos, Des Moines; Fred, Hinzes, Livermore; Dick St. Johns, Algona; Allen Darbys and Gerald Ramuses. 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