Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
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Spends 15th birthday Ft Dodge hospital Llvermor* _ Mr. and Mrs. John Renquist and girlsj grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton, ftenquist of Cowrie, aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pet- 'erson and family of Callender Went to the Mercy hospital in Ft Dodge Friday evening to help Dennis Renquist, son of the John Renquists, celebrate his 15th birthday. His aunt brought a birthday'cake and he was also 'given one by the hospital. Dennis has been a patient there for Several months, entering the Hospital the first time Jan. 19, '1965, for hip surgery. He came home the following March 30, •thd was confined to his bed having casts on both legs from his hips down to his feet. i .• He spent Sept. 7 - 9 at the •hospital for a check up and .returned to the hospital March 26 'of this year where he has .been Deceiving physical therapy twice "a day. He will be home for the summer and return to the hospital again in September. He gets around with the use of crutches, Mrs. .Ferris .Hundertmark has been tutoring him in ;his school studies and. he, will •be a sophomore next year. One 1 member of the family and sometimes both of the parents visit Dennis each day at the hospital. TO ARMY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graaf and two youngest sons will be ^driving to Philadelphia. Pa., the last part of June where Mr. Graaf'will attend the reunion of his army unit of the 78th diyi- sion which is being held in Philadelphia June 24-25-26, the'first reunion in 20 years. Coming back they plan to visit friends in Virginia that they knew while Mr,. 'Graaf was stationed itheire when in the service. , • ..- . \ BUY HANSON HOME Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bangons and ifamily, who have" been '^living in a /farm house north -of town, have bought and moved into ithe Eddie .Hanson house in the west part of town. NEW BASEMENT DeVerne 'Holmes, who is the field auditor for the state liquor Commission, spent his four weeks of vacation time helping •the contractor put a new basement under his: residence, i ' NEW PORCH The Dale Joiners are building a new front porch onto their house and have put in a new ce^ ment platform for the back porch. Roger Kay, who attends college at Tempe, Ariz., spent 10 days with his mother, Mrs. L. E. Kay and brother Doug, returning on Friday to attend summer school there. Elmtr Gronbach returned Pri> day after spending a week in the MAY WE SUGGEST SOCKS BILLFOLDS 8 • NEOKTKS • SHIRTS • PAJAMAS MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMQRf Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge where he was a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlnh left by train from Perry Sunday evening for Santa Ana, Calif., where they will visit in. the home of their son, Capt. and Mrs< Gary "ttintz, Tammy and Craig 'for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Allan .Darby of LuVerne took them to~<t»erry. Norman Smith has returned 'to Omaha where he will attend summer school at the Commercial Extension . college after -10 days in the parental Virgil Smith home. 'Mrs. Raymond Graaf was hostess to the Neighborhood Card club at her 'home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Bill Davis won high, iMrs. Julius 'Becker low and Mrs. Allan Foth travel. Mr. and Mrs; Henry Groh and Mrs. Molly, Groh called on Mrs. Lottie Erdmann at the Cledis Anderson home at Hardy one evening last week. Mrs. Marvin Sawyer under went surgery, in the Mercy hos- [pital/at Fort Dodge last week. Rita Smith and Pamela Van Voorhis -looked .after the three Sawyer children while their mother was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wenry Groh and two granddaughters, Sharon Kay and Kathleen Jaeger of Humboldt were dinner guests Sunday in the Albert Ausborn home at Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Voorhis and family of Birmingham, Ala., visited over the weekend with relatives and friends, her mother, "Mrs. Lizzie Nygaard, the; Virgil Smiths, Marvin Sawyers and other relatives. Their daughter Pamela stayed for a longer visit; ; ; Mr. and Mr». Waldo Kruso of: Ft. Calhoun, Neb., were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. ' , Mrs. Clare Bellinger of Lone Rock spent an 'afternoon with hej ~auht 'Mrs. 'Lela 'Heiter one day last week. / farmer dies at Ft. Dodge Livermore — Funeral services were;*held Saturday morning at Corpus Christi church in Fort Dodge for Loyd H. Hood, 76, who "passed away at the Mercy hospital early Thursday morning following several weeks of illness, Burial was in the Corpus Christi (cemetery. 'Mr. Hood was born at Clare and spent his childhood there. In 1912 he was married to Miss Martha Coleman at Clare where they farmed before moving to the Livermore community. Before moving ; to Fort Dodge in 1944 they farmed the Welter farm presently farmed by Don PfUbsen. .For [several years he was employed by the city pf • Ft. Dodge. ,v Besides his wife, he is survived by three sons, and two daughters, Eugene of Algona, Jerry of Estherville, Faber of Carroll, Mrs, Vincent Brennan of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Albert Lichr ter of West 'Des Moines; 23 grandchildren, three great-grand children, six brothers and two sisters. Recent visitors in the Kenneth Howard home were their two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard and daughter of Sioux City and Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Howard and daughter of Humboldt and Mrs, Howard's brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jennings of Miller, S. D., who were overnight visitors. Becky Butler of Klemme vis* ited last week with her grandparents, the Bill Da vises. <vnd«y afternoon visitors in the Kenneth Howard home were Mr. and Mrs. Del Cram of Humboldt. Mri. Fred Hinti accompanied her nj.ece, Mrs. Pick St. John of Algona to Mason City Wednesday to get the small St. John daughter from the hospital where she had been for a couple of days. Robert Wjlson of New York, is here visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Maude Wilson. Mr. *nd Mr». Virgil Smith and Mrs. L. E. Kay were among those attending the Lions convention at Fort Dodge from Sunday until Tuesday evening last week. Mrs, Marcia Berryhill and Mrs. Itabert White attended the Merchandise Show m Des Moi- n.es Sunqlay. 4-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE New officers forluVerne Legion Auxiliary LuVerne — The Auxiliary Unit held their June meeting, the 6th in the 'LuVerne town hall with 17 msmbars present and one junior member, Jo Ellen John. The treasurer's report was read and approved, $112.22, welfare fund, $244.11, the g eral>fund. Mrs. Allen Blake, poppy chairman, reported $79 sale of poppies. Mrs. L. B. Shelton, chairman of the nominating committee, reported the names of new officers. They were: President, Mrs. Allen Blake; vice, Mrs. Owen Curry; secretary, Mrs. Anne Smith; treasurer, Mrs. ; Laura Zweifel; historian, Mrs. Bryan Stewart; sgt.-at-arms, Mrs. George Studer; chaplain, Mrs. Marie Jackson. Motion made and accepted as read. The unit reports the piano in the city hall they have tuned and repaired. Mrs. Earl John reports the birthday and anniversary calendar is being made ready. The new tile for the kitchr en and rest room in the new Legion building has been purchased and delivered. Also purchase of a new refrigerator and gas stove for same. , They voted to have a food stand and dish stand at the Lu- Verne Celebration July 8 and 9, to be sponsored by the 1 American Legion Ernest Merkle Post 664. i Entertainment for the meeting' is in charge of Mrs, Laura Zweifel and Mrs. Harold Wolf. Hostesses vwere Mrs, .Roy :Guy and! Mrs. Arthur Dimler. The July meeting will be held July 5, due to the July 4th date of regular meeting. .,., ; , PUBLISHED AS PAUT Of THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1W6 Mrs. Alga Ruger is now at her home in LuVerne. She was a iurgical patient in a hospital at Mason City several weeks ago. She convalesced in the home of her son Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rur ger in Mason City. Miss Sheri Ramus has returned to Iowa State University, at Ames, for a six weeks summer term after a few days at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus. Earl John, sons Lenard and Garnet and Fred W. Hinz were in Sargent, Minn., guests of Mr. Hinz's granddaughter Rita, the Jerry Miller family. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce A. Wickett have returned from two weeks at their summer home on Lake McKeown near Hackensack, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beenen and children of Belmond were Sunday guests of Mrs. Beenen's aunts the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason. ! \ ; Mrs. William Hedrick was hostess to the Missionary Guild June 8 with ten members present. Mrs. Harry Christensen, of Humboldt, was a guest. The devotions were given by Miss Emma Krause. Readings, Mrs. Earl Neal, a social hour followed by refreshments. Mrs. Albert Claude of Clarion, accompanied by the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennett and sons in Ottosen on Tuesday. They went to make the acquaintance of new baby son Steven Bennett. Mrs, Bennett is the daughter of Mrs. CUv ude and a niece of the Misses Mason. Mrs. Lyle Powell, Madelia, Minn,, and her daughter Mrs. Roger Olson of New Ulm, Minn., were weekend visitors with her sister the Harold Meyer family. Mr. end Mrs. Glen Ho4gt« end children of Emporia, Kansas, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hinz and family. They were friends when the Hinz family lived in Kansas. Miss Jo Anna Norcross if now employed in Eagle Grove and commutes daily. She was a 1966 graduate of the LuVerne Community high school. LuVerne communion class THE CONFIRMATION class of the Zion Lutheran church here is shown after being confirmed Sunday, May 29 in the LuVerne church. They are, left to right, front row, Larry Casey, Connie Warmbier, Linda Wilhelm, Elaine Hinz and Larry Curry; back row, Terry Warmbier, Da- erd and Craig Stripling. ert and Craig Stripling. ••., Photo by Glenn's Studio. Shower liven at for bride-to-be LuVerne — Donna Richardson, Story City, was: given a pre* nuptial shower, in the LuVerne town hall, v •'••."'. ': : ;'' .-.' - • Hostesses were Mrs. Joseph Norcross, daughters Marleen and Jo Anna, Mrs Joseph Thorn, Mrs. Edwin Hunt, Mrs; Myron Hinz, all of LuVerne; Mrs. Lyle Baker, Iowa Falls, Mrs. Gary Norcross'of Humboldt/' •'•""'• Mrs. Thorn 'gave readings, followed by paper and pencil games and recipes for the bride. Assisting opening gifts were Marleen and Jo Anna Norcross and Kathy Merriam. Mrs. Sam Mickelson poured and Mrs. Gary Norcross served (punch., Out of town guests were Mrs. Howard Richardson, Story City, and Mrs. Robert Moore and baby, Alleman, mother and sister of the bride-elect, Mrs. Sam Mickelson, Mrs, .Larry Greenwood, Belmond, and Mrs. Lyle Baker, Iowa iFalls. HAS CLASS REUNION Mrs, Anna Rahm Block was hostess June 15 to former classmates at her home in Renwick. This is the second gathering of the girlhood and old time friends in LuVerne..Her guests are Mrs. George W. (Martha) Godfrey, Miss Bertha Godfrey of Ames; Mrs. Verna Mason Thompson, Led yard; Miss Edna Clyne, Seattle, Wash., Miss Grace Lichty, Rotary Ann Home, Eagle Grove; Mrs. Grover Rentz, the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason, LuVerne, ELECTED TREASURER Harry Naffziger, LuVerne, attended the annual meeting of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., June 8 at Emmetsburg. At an election of officers, Mr. Naffziger was elected treasurer. It is a four county organization of the office of Economic Opportunity. It includes Emmet, Palo Alto, Pocahontas and Kossuth. CLASS HAS PICNIC The Christiannaire Sunday school class held a summer pic- me at the city park. Attending were the Jerry Wolf, Donald Marty, Melvin Marty, Lawrence Marty, Otto Lawson families. Plans were made for picnic of the church June 19. STUDENTS IN VISIT David Biesemeyer, § law stu- demt at the university of Wisconsin, came Sunday for a few days with his parents, the Rev. Roy Biesemeyers. David was accompanied by Jones Ade Akin- ^^*^^^^^^^^^M"^^Pe^pB^Me^Mi^i^Bi^MMHHBBHBBJPJPJHJHJPJPBJ(PJ( LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. p. 9RAINERD OFFICE HOURS Wo«k Pay* Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 ! :00 to 5:00 $:30 to UiOO 1:00 tp 5:00 CU»«d all day Wedne,d«y nt, Jowf Phone TU IF NO AWSW1SR, Call W g 3B04 pelu, an exchange professor from the university of Ibadan, Idadan, Nigeria, who has been teaching at the university of Wisconsin this year. The. Rev. Biesemeyers took them back to Madison Tuesday afternoon and returned home the next day. AT CONFERENCE , The Rev. Roy Biesemeyer is attending the annual conference of the Methodist church in Mason City this week. Mrs. Alvin Weber is the lay member to the conference from, the LuVerne- Livermore parish. Gary Hefty, stationed in service at Aberdeen, Md., was a weekend visitor with his parents the Henry C. Heftys. _. The Richard Blakes, Sioux •City,, .were guests Saturday and Sunday of his parents the Allen Blakes, son Robert and daughter, Mrs. James Lenz. Harold Woito, Cedar Rapids, visited in LuVerne last week. He reports his mother Mrs. Ella Woito, who was recently hospitalized, has now been returned to a rest home in Cedar Rapids. The Laurel Bentleys, Dawn and Phil, Fairfield, were overnight Sunday visitors here. They came to visit her father, Phil C. Lichty, at the Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman are in Cedar Falls this week attending junior high at Camp Onspe in Riverview park of the E. U. B. church. Mrs. Hindman is Junior Camp Mother. The Comrade Sunday School plass of the E. U. B. church met Thursday. Mrs. Marie Maass 'was hostess and gave the lesson. The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman were in charge of entertain* ment. Miss Connie Sanford went to Mason City Monday where she has enrolled in the Hamilton business college, majoring in business machines. Connie was a graduate of 1966 class of the LuVerne Community h i g h school. Mrs. Nolle Biegger is now at the farm home south of town, occupied by Mr. and Mrs. William Steil, Mrs. Biegger has been with her daughter the Law rence McDermotts at Thor. Friends are pleased to greet 'Nelle' on the street in LuVerne again after a long absence. The William Ridges, Algona, came Sunday and took her mother, Mrs. Beata Tew, and Mrs. Charles Hinz to Hardy to visit the Alvin Johnsons, daughter of Mrs. Tew. They then went to Humboldt to visit the Edwin Ku- enhasts. Mrs. Kuenhast, a sister of Mrs. Tew, has been hospitalized in a rest home. She is now improved and at her home. Mark 13, and Kent 7, sons of the Robert Barbers, had tonsils and adenoids removed Saturday at the hospital at Britt. They are home. The Victor Faulsticks, West Bend, were callers Wednesday at Robert Barber's. The William Myers, Whittemore, were Sunday visitors with her "brother? '< -the -Robert • Barbers. . "Mrs. 'Berfta Tew has returned to assist in the care of her aunt, Mrs. Martha Schneider. Mrs. Tew was a surgical patient and hospitalized earlier. Charles Bartow, Lincoln, Neb., called at Arthur W. Dimler's Sunday. Mr. Bartbw lived in. Lu- Verne over 45 years ago and could be remembered by some of the older residents. Mrs. Betty Goodner and Barney Opheim, Fort Dodge, were visitors Sunday 'of her parents the Ralph Dimlers, Sherman Arends and his father, Grover Arends, Williams, were at Garrison, Minn., Friday to Wednesday fishing v Mrs. Jessie Stripling, LuVerne, her cousin, Mrs. Bess Connelly, Bancroft, went Saturday to Readlyn to visit Mrs. Stripling's daughter, Becky, the Dwayne Tobeys. Mrs. Earle Hanselman visited Friday in Buffalo Center with her mother Mrs. Bertha Nelson, 89, in a rest home there. Mrs. Nelson has lost most of her eyesight. Mrs, Jessie Stripling, daughter, Mrs, Sherman Arends and Joni, went to Grand Meadow, Minn., to visit their daughter and sister the Jack Kassels, Friday. Or. and Mrs. J. 0, Bowers, the Rev, James Spiceland, of Humboldt, were Friday callers at A. J. Pergande's. Connie Senford spent the weekend with her parents the Wayne Sanfords. She has enrolled at Hamilton Business College in Mason City. Goldfield piis opening |ime loss ortuVene The LuVerne high school baseball team opened its summer season by losing a narrow 24 decision to Goldfield there Friday night. The winners are now 3-1. North Star Conference games this week included Monday's opening home game against Ventura at 8 p.m., a Wednesday clash with Corwith-Wesley it home and a contest with Shef- field-Chapin'here'Friday. ' Goldfield scored first in the second but >Doug 'Nelson (got things even -for 'LUVeVne in; the next inning by singling -home the tying run, Goldfield went ahead in the fifth. 'LuVernefc ^Hanson 'tripled 'in the top of the seventh blit was thrown out at home! trying to score 'the tying run. The-ball went through the catcher's legs but he recovered and threw tcf pitcher Mandsagar who tagged Hanson put. ; • | Eugene Hefty went all the way on the mound .for LuVerne while Darrell, Schipull was behind the plate. ! R H E LuVerne __ 001 000 0—1 8 1 Goldfield _ 010 010 x—2 6 6 Eugene Hefty and Darrell Sclv ipiill; Neil Mandsagar, Randy Romsey (6), Mandsagar (7) .and Dave Axon. . • family. Her daughter Mrs. old Meyer tdok her to Des Mot' n«6 to make the trip and tHtti went to meet her on return home. „ i Miss Dena Kohlhaas and Mrs. Fish of Algona called on Mrs. Anna'Hanselman Sunday after' noon. Miss Marlene Norcrott, employed in Iowa Falls, has concluded a week's vacation in the home of her parents the Joseph Norcross family. , , Mr. and Mrs, Nels J«nten spent the weekend in Minneapolis, Minn., guests of his sister Mr. anil Mrs. Torwald Michaelson. They went to attend, the wedding bf Julia Jensen, daughter of Mr. Jensen's nephew.' '.Recent luncheon guests of Lucinda Stone were Rev. and Mrs. Biesemeyer, their son David of Madison, Wis., and his weekend guest, Jones Ade, Akinpelu, Who is an exchange professor at the University of Wisconsin. He teaches at the University of Iba- dan, Nigeria. The James Mallorys were weekend visitors with'his sister at Ricevillev >•-• Mr. and Mrs. William Furst of Tracy, Calif., visited in , this'.'vi* cinity the past week. They came to Carthage, S. D., for the graduation of Jerry Rusher, son of Mrs. Furst. They visited in Lake City, Minn., with her daughter the Larry Kubly family. Also at Cbnvith with her son the Daryl Rusher, family. Mrs; Furst is 'tbei.fo.rmer Mildred ;Marso Rusher: -'••"." Mrs. Melvin Kubly, her daughter Mrs. Marvin Meyer, Lu- Verne, attended a pre-nuptial shower ia the Evangelical United Brethren church in Renwick Friday evening. Honored was Miss Diane Hanson of Hardy; She will be married June 25 in the Lake Lutheran church to Ronald Klasse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klasse of Renwick. Mrs. Kubly was one of the hostesses for the courtesy. Mrs. Frank Gronbach was hostess to the Friendly 500"Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. This was the last meeting of the club until fall. Becky and David, children of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer of Waukee, arrived Thursday for a vacation visit with their grandr mother Mrs. Alma Madden and their aunt and uncle Mr, and Mrs. James Mallory. Mrs. Clara McClellan has re* turned from a ten day visit in Oxford, Neb,, with her daughter, Karen,, the .Eldon Marty COUNCIL MINUTES TOWN OF tUVIRNI TOWN COUNCIL MINUTIS . June 6. '19M . •Council met in regular session with Mayor Mollory presiding. Councilmen present Lawson, Gronbach, Zentner, Strand and -Nielsen. • I. 'P. S. Co, ...... Ji .......... $206.78 Holland Wolline .............. 316.87 Harold 'Trauger ........ - ----- 117.99 Fred Goetseh .., .............. 92.30 10.00 17:20 10.00 Bertie Ramus -Curtis Chopin ---- -- .......... Fred Goetseh — .............. Sanford Plumbing ____ ..... --Lowson Hdwe. ........... ---Lowell's Skelly Service ........ Standard Oil Co. i- ---------- — 87.47 N. W. Bell Telephone ........ 19.43 Advance 'Pub. Co. i ........... •Dukehart, Hughes Equip. Co. — Carroll Garage — ----------Fred Goetseh ........ - ____ ,— . Nielsen's DX ..-- ............ Brown Supply Co. -----------Welp & McCarten, e ___________ LuVerne Bldg. Co; - ........... LuVerne Crop Service -------Huff's, Stille's, Cord's, Roger's Enterprise .Cafe; and Trouger's cigarette permits were renewed. The Council voted to give each Band Member a . 25c treat on concert nights. Councilman Strand resigned, as he is leaving town. : Motion to adjourn. ... H. G. Trauger,.Town Clerk ... _ .Receipt* for Max, ,19»» Street -^-,-^.»>--^-t?.k.» $*Stf.<X>i Utilities ----- ____ _____ — .... - 58.57 Rood Use Tax ________ :.._. ___ 429.62 Sewer Fund _________________ 6.38 Total .................. . ---- $523.57 . 131.47 22.69 . 19.24 11.47 262.63 73.00 99.96 8.73 16.J2 17.76 15.60 SABIN POLIO NMMIUTIM PIOMUM r-r^r Sponsored by the LuVerne Commercial Club —— Sunday, June 26 «*»' 9 a .m, to ? p.m. tt LyVerftf S$hoo| Building ^^ Free to ell pre-schoolers and kindergarten pupils, |0 cents fer «H over 5 yejri of *g«. Thlf onj (595) oral Boo*t«r Vfc, $me n»w takei the plfct of 3 (?5c) or* I vfccine »* in the past, iyeryone if invited to participate. SMITH -DOWIASS ANHYDROUS AMMONIA fer O Hi|h yieUs w Mori pnfft 9 Low cost 82% nitro9tn»!owf ri production spits, in. crtasei profit ptracr». Apply SmitMfcvfle*, OIO-OMIN* Anhy. RICHARP CRQNiACH, M«r. Phone M2-W34 LuVerne IS THE MOST IMPORTANT INGREDIENT FOR A OMIT MM A «nd are only citaibi ing aids . . , they must h»v« •ttrtwith. piniywhilw in the wash. 'more often than your household tliier. Clewi your watef wUh compact, low-cost tas.ly on No service pr Just replace c •Hy t f , Sanford Pig. & Htg. W? 3351

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