Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 12
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Church circles at Lu Verne have meetings *LuV«rne — W.S.C.S. Circles met June 1. .• ,. Circle 1 met with Mrs. Duane Neal, Guest was Mrs. Harold Lachty, Idaho Falls, Idaho. Devotions were by Mrs, Alma Madden and lesson by Mrs. Lucin- dr Stone. Mrs. Faye Lichty presided. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Jess Jergenseh. Guest was Rita Patterson. Devotions were lead by Mrs. Alvin Weber. Miss Patterson gave a report of her recent trip to the UN in New York. Mrs. C. J. Bjustrom presided. ft ^Circle 3 met with Myrtle Jordan. Devotions and lesson were given by Mrs. Earl Neal. A bake goods sale and lunch was planned for the day of election in November. Mrs. W. Raymond Legler presided. Maebclle Maass, daughter of Mrs. Marie Maass, LuVerne, gra- .duated .at Westmar with a major in physical education. She will teach physical education in the Junior high at Manson this ;lall. Westmar College is a four '.year liberal arts college supported by the Evangelical United •Brethren church. • *; Attending commencement were Mrs.. Maass, .the Harry Naff- izigers, LuVerne, Doris Byson, Fort Dodge, the Lawrence Martys, Hardy, Sheri Ramus, Lu :Verne, and the Frank Asa's, Rutland. They were Sunday guests of Esther Merkle, head of ithe library department at W;est- •ihar, former LuVerne resident. ; The Rev. R. T. Muellers went June 5 to Carleton, Minn;., for the week visiting their daughter, the Les Karjalas. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville, Des Moines, has moved to her home here following the sudden death of her husband, Don Baskerville. He had a heart attack losing control of his car, crashing into a pole several weeks ago. Joel Mueller has arrived for the summer with his ••• parents, the Rev. R. T. Muellers. He is a student at the Concordia Seminary, St. Paul, Minn. He will be employed with Lewis Block, contractor. "•; Layne Lindebak had a tonsil- ectomy at the hospital at Bfitt Thursday. He is the son of the Edward Lindebaks. David Mueller spent last week visiting his parents, the Rev. R. T. Muellers. He returned Sunday for the summer term at Ames. His course is electrical engineering. Mike Madden, Ringsted, visited Tuesday with Mrs. Alma Madden. He is a student : at Ames and will attend summer school. .Larry Harmon has arrived to .visit his parents the Fay Harmons. He just graduated with a major in mathematics from Kansas State, Manhattan. He will leave this fall to join the .navy. Larry had a birthday June 2 and guests were aunts the Albert Nielsens, Britt; Lee Witt- meiers, LuVcrne; uncle the Harold Ristaus, sister, the Merril Heftys, Ottosen, Linda McVay, Humboldt, and Mrs. Charles Hinz, LuVerne. Buttons have con- visit here with her pa- the Albert Schneiders. Mrs. Sutton is the former Jurene Schneider. They left Wednesday for Los Angeles. Calif. They were accompanied by her mother Mrs. Albert Schneider and Mrs. Elmer Richardson, Slater, sister of Mrs. Schneider, to Hereford, Texas, where they will visit the father Henry Wedel, Sr., son Henry Wedel, Jr., and brother Rollie Wedel at Amarillo. They went for the 90th birthday of their father. Mr. Schneider and Mr. Richardson will go to bring them home in two weeks. The Kenneth Striplings are leaving for Topeka, Kans., for the summer. Mr. Stripling will attend Washburn University for ten weeks. He is a Junior high teacher at Newell. Mrs. Stripling, formerly Gerry Gregory, teaches first grade at Fonda. The William Goodrichs, Marion, visited a week with her parents, the Duane Neals. Henry Schnakenberg and Mike Stripling were at Walther League camp at Okoboji Friday to Monday. The Kenneth Striplings, Fonda, are guests of her parents the Gordon Gregorys. The Striplings were in Minneapolis as sponsors of the senior class of Fonda high school. the Brye« A. Wickettl Sunday went to their cottage on Lake McKeown near Hacken- sackf Minn. The Holll* WHioni, Waterloo, were Memorial guests of her mother Mrs. Sula Frantz and her sister the Charles Heinkels. Memorial visitors with Mrs. Marie Maass were her brother the Merle Wieners, Ames, their sister the Frank Asas, Rutland and niece, Mrs. Dale Pedersen and children, Humboldt. Guests May 30 at Charles Hinz's were the Eldo Beckmans, St. James, Minn., Mrs. Louie Werner, the Leo Rosenbergs, Fairmont, Lawrence Striplings, Estherville, Gus Wegners, Free* born, Minn. A picnic was held at noon, Callers were the Elmer Emerys, Fort .Dodge, Elead Wegner and Ronda, Algona, Richard Wegner, the Harold Ris- taus, LuVerne, and Eldrid Easterhaus, Maryville, Mo. The Stanley Egels attended the graduation of Judy Egel, daughter of the Louis Egels at Algona high school, Tuesday. A reception followed. Mrs. Marie Maass, daughter Maebelle; son, Bob attended an Asa reunion Sunday in the town hall at Rutland. Parties given at LuVerne for 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OP TNI KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 Final awards given by LuVerne school LuVerne— May 29, a class of nine, three girls and six boys, were confirmed at the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church with the Rev. R. T. Mueller officiating. Dinners were held in the homes of their parents. At Eugene Casey's for Larry were grandparents, the Robert Caseys, Algona; Mrs. Carl Pergande, LuVerne; Ernest Pergan- des, Renwick; Louis Pergandes, Stanhope; Herman Pergandes, Humboldt; Charles McClellans, Council Bluffs; Dean Kitley, Hardy; Mrs. Marie Brown, Omaha; the John Pergandes, Lu Verne. At Wayne Warmbier's for Terry, grandparents the Lloyd Zentners, Humboldt; Mrs. Mary Warmbier, Algona; great grandmother Mrs. Mary Williams, ,Lu Verne; the Dale Zentners, Don WarmMers, LuVerne; Cecil Wil-. liams, Algona; the Rev. R. T. Muellers, LuVerne; Charles Schaeffers, Algona; and Dale Goetsches, Denison. At Arnold Hinzes for Elaine were grandmother Mrs. Ernest Naefke, Ernest Naefke, Sumners; the Harvey Halters, Daryl Killhams, Marion; Hans Schroe- ders, Clear Lake; Rudy Petersons, Jefferson; Mrs. Bertha Schipull and, Harold Schipull, LuVerne. At Qlem Stripling's for Craig were his grandmother Mrs. Jessie Stripling, the Sherman Arends, Harold Nielsens, Jr., Lu Verne; Sandra Stripling, Des Moines; Dwayne Tobeys, Readlyn; Elmer Emerys, Fort Dodge; Larry Buttons, Los Angeles, Calif.; Elmer Richardsons, Slater; Linda Swanson, Hawarden; the Rev. R. T, Muellers, Carl Swansons, Albert Schneiders, LuVerne. Mrs. Emery was a sponsor for Craig. j At Harold Ristaus for David were grandfather Philip Fourage, Livermore; the Edward Behnkendorfs, Bradgate; Albert Nielsens, Britt; Margaret Sullivan, Thor; Elmer Emerys, Fort Dodge; Carol Ristau, and her friend Pete Easterhaus, Maryville, Mo. Mrs. Emery was David's sponsor. At Don Warmbier's for Connie were her grandmother Mrs. Mary Warmbier, the Charles Sehaffers, Algona; Mrs. Katherine Ford, James Haucks, Des Moines; Dale Goetsches, Denison; Wayne Warmbiers, the Rev. Muellers, and LeRoy Han- selmans. At Milton Wilhelm's for Linda, her grandparents, the Albert Wilhelm's, LuVerne; 'the Dick Larsons, Sioux City; Norman Larsons, Allmon Hovicks, Badger; James Traugers, Livermore; Rev. R. T. Muellers; Wayne Sanfords, Clara Schnakenberg, LuVerne. The Dr. R. D. Brainerds will have guests June 5 for Rusty Brainerd. At Owen Currys for Larry were Jus grandmother Mrs. Esther Curry, the Delmer Johnr sons, George Currys, Rutland; Howard Currys, Bode; Ronald and Debra Wolf, LuVerne. Final scholastic and music awards were given out this week by the LuVerne school. Instrumental Music Awards First year lyres, band pins, and first year bars— Denny Barber, Teresa Gilligan, Mary Hanselman, Connie Hefty, Barbara, Hurlburt, Becki Watts, Ronnie Wolf, Darlene .Ericson. Second year bars — Jean. Casey, LeRoy Hanson, Michael Pergande, Zelda Witzel. Third year bars — Luana Leek, Dennis Marty. • Fourth year bars — Norma Heinen, Dawn Lindebak, Connie Sanford, Elaine Schnakenberg, Connie Schnetzer, Earl Will! Music Mothers awards for seniors completing four years of music — Norma Heinen, Dawn Lindebak, Connie Sanford, Elaine Schnakenberg, Connie Schnetzer, Earl Will. Students who received superior ratings at state music contest—small groups and ensembles. Soloists received gold pitis and ensemble members received gold medals on blue ribbons. Soloists — Earl Will, Norma Heinen. • Ensembles: Mixed Clarinet Quartet — Earl Will, Barbara Hurlburt, Luana Leek, Connie Schnetzer. Drum Ensemble — Mary Hanselman, Diane Patterson, Luana Leek, Rathy Trauger. A Honor Roll 12th Grade — Jane Hanselman (5), Dawn Lindebak, Elaine Schnakenberg. llth Grade — Rita Patterson (5), Paul Trauger. 10th Grade — Coleen Johns. 9th Grade — Connie Hefty, Don Bristow. B Honor Roll LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. P. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Pays Saturday* 1:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all clay Wednesday ne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 < ing, Linda Rugg," Kathy Shavv, Earl Will. llth Grade — Delores Eggleston, Luana Leek (5), Bart Selby, Tom Steil, Daryl Trauger. 10th. Grade — Mary Cronk, Rebecca Daley, Gary Ernst, Bob Fett, Mary Hjclmeland (5), Doug Nelson (5), Henry Schnakenberg. 9th Grade — Barry Selby, Ronnie Wolf. 'Awards No valedictorian or salutatorian, only: upper 10 percent recognized. The following 3 outstanding students were recognized. 37A - IB plus — Elaine Schr nakenberg. 35A - IB plus — Dawn Lindebak. 37A - 2B plus — Jane Hanselman. Perfect Attendance — Dennis Blumer, .Karen Hersbergeh, Jack Stampka. Student Council — Earl Will, Linda Rugg, Rita Patterson, Paul Trauger, LaUfie Coyle, Duane Will, Barbara Hurlburt,! Dennis Barber. First band concert Friday The summer music program, will begin Friday at 7:30 with band rehearsal at the school. The concert will be Saturday, June 11, at 8 p.m. downtown. Individual lessons will begin on Saturday, June 11. There will be marching band practice on Monday, June 13 at 7:00. Students will go to Mason City on Tuesday, June 14 for the Mason City Band Festival. Mrs. Herman Hinz left Tuesday for two weeks with her daughter Ruth Ann, the Grady Hinsons, at Springfield, Va. The trip was made by jet out of Masori : City. : , ' The James Ma I lory s were guests Sunday at Verne Heinie's, Waverly. Mrs. Mallory is a niece of Mrs: Heinie. Jhe^ejnorv JOT^S™ visjh ;ed Sunday in Graettinger with ;heir daughter the Allen Thus. Selores Eggleston remained for ;he summer where she has employment. They were accompanied by Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, mother of Vernon, as far as Cylinder where they visited a niece the Delbert Longs. The Don Martys and Jerry Wolfs spent the weekend on a outing-at Lake Okoboji. Linda Agard wed May 28 to fort Dodger LuVerne — At the LuVerne Methodist church Linda Rae Agard, Fort Dodge, and Cecil LeRoy Korslund, Fort Dodge, were married May 28. Their par rents are the Ray Agards, Lu Verne, and George Belthiuses, Fort Dodge. . . . : . The double ring service was read by the Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer. Nuptial music was by the organist, Mrs. Joseph Thorn, LuVerne, including the wedding marches. Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, LuVerne, friend . of the bride made her gown.; '. . Maid of honor was a classmate, Louise Faulstick, Des Moines. Best man was Gary Agard, LuVerne. Candle lighters and ushers were Richard Steckelberg and James Brown, Fort Dodge. A reception, was .held at Johnny's Steak Harbor at Humboldt. Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, Lu Verne, was hostess and cut the cake. Serving punch was Mrs. Esther Woodson, Eagle Grove, great aunt of the bride. Mrs. Elden A. Guess, LuVerne, poured. Guests were registered by Mrs. James Brown, Fort Dodge. Gifts were opened by Mrs. William Ballon, Newell, and Mrs. Gomez Lara, Fort Dodge. The bride, a 1963 graduate of the LuVerne high school, is a cosmetologist in Fort Dodge. ! He attended the high school, .completed army service and is now employed by Coates Mfg. Co., Fort Dodge. After a trip to South Dakota they are living in Fort Dodge. ; Out of town guests were from ; Des Moines, Eagle Grove, Fort Dodge, Garner, Newell, West COUPLE TO TEACH Charles Weber, son of the Alvin Webers, LuVerne, was a graduate at Cedar Falls Friday. He received a bachelor of arts in teaching in junior high. Attending were the Alvin Webers, Le Roy Webers, LuVerne; John Webers, Irvington; the Earl Chambers, Robert Chambers, Norman Chambers, Corwith; A boy can still dream A boy's dreams are as big as the sea and as wTcfe as tn« Horizon. And they re especially grand in America, for here a boy still has the freedom and opportunity |Q become whatever h« Wants tp become, * Few people would openly deny a boy the privilege of his dreams. But some may do it inadvertently. For instance, those \vho make proposals that our Federal Government should own this business or that business, Our electric light and power industry Is a case in point. Already I?. 6 L .,?. Gov^nrnent has invested more than $5,000,000,000 tfive Pillions] in electric systems. And some people want to spend inore billions <?f taxpayers' dollars for Federally owned electric plant? end lines, ' Poes that make sense?. We here at Iowa Public Service Com* pany can supply plenty of electricity for businseses, homes or pny other needs. We'll always be able to do that. And the same with government ownership comes government eon* frol. And government control means the gradual loss of the free* ^pm and ppppftynjty we know today— the freedom of each i think and ' Itwa PaiUe Service m Compwy Wayne Smiths,! Clear Lake; ,Ben Hakomotos, Cedar Falls and Hawaii, close friend of the Charles Webers. A reception followed at the Wesley FoUndatiort. Mr; Weber Will teach. 9lh grade math and Mrs. Weber will teach 4th grade in a Cedar Rapids school. CHURCH GROUP ELECTS Evening Star W.S.C.S. Circle met Thursday with Mrs. Joseph Thorn. Mrs. Allyn Brink led de^ votions and the lesson was by Mrs. Ben Hefty. Mrs. Hefty presided. Because of the resignation of the chairman, Mrs. Gerald Ramus, Mrs. Hefty was elected chairman; vice-chairman, Mrs. Vernon. Eggleston; sec.- treas., Mrs. LeRoy Weber. Guests were Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer, Mrs. Vivian Erickson, Mrs. Velma Petersen of Humboldt, sister and-aunt of Mrs. Thorn. TO ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Sula Frantz, Mrs. Jack Guy, Mrs. Charles Heinkei, Lu Verne; the Robert Smiths, Algona; and Floyd Fishers, Fort Dodge, left Friday%_£or Mooir- head, Minn. Mrs. Smith will be matron of honor for her cousin Cheryl Johnson, daughter of the Harold Johnson's, whose marriage will be Saturday morning. Mrs. Frantz will remain for a week with her daughter, the Harold Johnsons. $78 FOR POPPIES Returns of Poppy sales in Lu Verne sponsored by the Auxiliary May 28, as announced by Mrsv Allen Blake, assisted by Mrs. Earl John, was $78.96. Girls on the streets during the day were Diane Curry, Heather Brainerd, Donna Bahmann, Rebeccah Thomas. Adult workers were Mrs. Marie Jackson, Mrs. Frank Gronbach, Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Dick Nielsen, Mrs. George Studer, Mrs. Cecil Watts and Mrs. John. Mrs. Dale Zentner and Mrs. Marie Jackson took Gretchen Zentner to Cedar Falls Monday ^J?titetoSP» attends Gjrl's tate this week. The Lawrence Martys were hosts at Humboldt Saturday for the birthday of his mother Mrs, Anne Marty, LuVerne. Other guests were Mrs. Marty's sisters, Lena, Martha and Clara Elmer, Renwick. The Henry Martys went to Genoa, 111., to visit their daughter Vera, the Eddie Links. Services at LuVerne for PaulRobby LuVerne — Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 4 for Paul Lotiis Robby, 68, of Kanawha, at the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church. The Rev. R. T. Mueller officiated. Music was by Mrs. Harold Meyer and Mrs. Jerry Stille, accompanied by Mrs. R. T. Mueller. Attendants were Walter Moeller, Stanley Tripp, Carl Eenhuif, Kenny Johnson, LeRoy • Pohlman, and Norman Pohlman, , Brief services were also conducted at the Roft Funeral Home at Lakefield, Minn., 2:30 p.m., Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. Mueller officiating. Burial was in the Lakefield cemetery. • ._••;.•, -..•..-••• Paul Louis Robby was born January 18, 1898, to the Otto Robbys, Jackson County, Minn., and died June 2 at the Belmond hospital. He was baptized in infancy at the Lutheran church^ Lakefield, and confirmed in 1912. He re^ ceived his education there - in country and parochial school. He farmed and for 22 years he was employed at Lakefield and Kanawha. Mr. Robby, who never married, is survived by a sister and brother, Mrs. Frieda Pohlman and Arno Robby, Lakefield, nieces and nephews. NAME DELEGATES W.S;W.S. met June 2 in the E.U.B. church with Mrs, Clyde Dudley, hostess. Devotions and lesson were by Mrs. Ralph Hindman, assisted by Mrs. Donald Marty, Mrs. Otto Lawson, Luella Blumer and Vickie Jones. Delegates were named to the summer session in 1 August''at W.S.W.S. camp, Riverview Park, Cedar Falls. They are Mrs. Lawrence Marty and Mrs. Marie Maass. Alternates are Mrs. Fred Merkle and Mrs. Albert Hefti. The Alvin Webers were in Des Moines Saturday to visit Mrs. Weber's mother and sister Mrs. Lulu Jordan and Edna Jordan. Have You Tried HANK'S Interior or Exterior PAINT?? You Will be Satisfied! SMITH -MUCUSS ANHYDROUS AMMONIA O High yields Lew cost 82% nitrogen—lowers production costs, increases profit per acre. Apply Smith-DouglasY GRO-GREEN® Anhy. drous Ammonia now. CUSTOM FARM SERVICE Phone 882-3234 LuVerne Join with us in a tribute to the American Dairy Farmer and workers in the dairy industry. Each year, these dedicated folks supply nearly 30 per cent of the essential elements in American diet. During Dairy month we say, "Congratulations for work well done." Use more Dairy products during the Dairy Month of June, TU$ Mtitiit sponsored by tbtst ptjblio^iplrilifj firm: CORNER STORE SANFORD Plumbing & HUFF'S CAFE BLAKE FUNERAL LAWSON HARDWARE LU VERNE OFFICE OF TH& RICHARD GRONBACH SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE BUILDING CO, LU VERNE CLINIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S LU VERNE CQ^OP, ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGEK'S JACK SPRAT CENTNER LIVESTOCK

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