Auxiliary at Livermore elects new officers was served by Mrs. Bill Davis* Mrs. Dora Gronbach and Mrs. Pete'Maikmul; ,, : ; i,, AL WEBEft DIES Friends received Word Thursday of the sudden last death of Albert Weber ,61, at Colorado Springs, Colo., that morning. Mr. Weber had had a heart condition for some time. Mr. RMMddoMIN at UVWMOI* Livtrrnof* — Considerable remodeling is being done at the former International Harvester building on South Main street with two new doors being put in on the north Side. The. build* I i wiiujibiuii LVL sntiias uiiie. ini. "• "" v "v •««» v.. ~.u~. ^..~ ~—~i. Livermore — The American'and Mrs. Weber owned and op- ing has been leased by Hellwig Legion Auxiliary mot at the Le-i erated the locker at Livermore i Enterprises with Fritz Hellwig -'-- ** until 1946'When they irioVed to as manager. A service repair Colorado Springs and Mr. Web- shop for all makes of tractors er entered the real estate busi-lhas been set Up in the back of ness. Funeral services were held the building with "Sonnie" at Colorado Springs Monday i Christopher, who formerly wor gioii Hall Monday evening with 20 members, 2 guests and 3 officers present. Mrs. Pets Malk- mUs gave a report from the nominating committee with a unanimous vote baing cast for the following, officers for next year: President, Mrs. Richard McKenna; vies, Mrs. L?roy Gronbach; sec., Mrs. John Hosford and tress., Mr.3. Clarence Werling. Ths Stats Auxiliary Convention will ba held at DCS Moin'es July 21-22 and the local joint meeting of the Lsgion and Auxiliary will ba held at the Ls- gion Hall Tuesday evening, July 19. The treasurer reported the sum of $82.62 had baen turned in from the sale of Popples. Jean Kayser gave her report on baing at Girls State the previous week, being one of 304 girls that were there. Entertainment wa.3 in charge of Mrs. Vern Fidar- lick, Mrs. Richard Thul, Mrs. Clarence Werling and Mrs. Bob Gronbach. 500 was played and prizes were won by Mrs. Johanna Smith high, Mrs. Pc'te Malkmus low and the door prize went to Mrs. E. J. Kollasch. Lunch morning. He is survived by his wife Mary, two Married, daughters and six grandchildren. ted for Kay Implement, as service manager. O.E.S. MEETS The Order of Eastern Star held its regular meeting at the Chapter room Tuesday evening with all officers present but four. Pro-terns were Mrs. Martha King, Mrs. Harold Colder, Mrs. Marela Bsrryhill and Mrs. Norman Scott. The office of marshal! was honored and the present marshal], Mrs. Bill Jergensen, was presented with a gift by the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Clarence Carlson. Lunch was served by Mr. and , Mrs. ; Earl Armstrong and Mrs. Howard Hoffmann. the Stod- GETS COMMISSION . Michael Harold Stoddard, son of Harold Stoddard of Spencer, former Livermore resident, was commissioned an Ensign in the United States Naval Reserve'on June 17th at the Commence-; merit exercises of the .U.S. Naval Officer Candidate School at Newport, Rhode Island. Mr, Stoddard is a graduate of Twin Rivers high school arid University of Iowa. Mrs., dard is the daughter • of Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Rolland of Bode MOTORCYCLE MISHAP Bruce Doider, 7, who, recently caught his foot in the spokes of the wheel while riding on a motorcycle with his father, is now at home and getting along satisfactorily. Surgery was per formed and his leg.put in a cast. He is the son of .the Harry, Louis Dolders at Iowa City and grandson of the Harold Dolders. Dr. Rossings at Bode honored Engage^ MR. AND MRS. Maurice Fiek- bohm,,,.Rodman, announce ; uie engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Ann, to Jim Campney, son. of the Hubert Campneys, Env metsburg. The Wedding will be Sept. 3 in St. Michael's church, Whittemore. WED. Thra SAT. JUNE 22-23-24-25 ALGOMA *v HIV'NINETTE FONICEllO FABIAftcmWiLLS "HEY LIVE FROM SPINOUT TO CRACK UP... and they love as fast as they can J. .•'.^fr^ft#fVfn'"-'f'Mn Tt£5t3^ UY VAUDT HOME Mr. arid Mrs. John Zeimet lia- e bought the Wayne Vaudt re- idence in the east part of toWn. a ^ g 'hey plan to move in irom their are'sistersT' arm in the early Fall, probably September. strom of Mora, Minn, and Mr. arid Mrs. Roger Place of Emmetsburg were visitors in t^ Lester Smith home Satuirdaiy. Mrs. Halmstrom and Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaudoin and two children of Hunv ENLARGING BUSINESS Allan Klein is enlarging his TV and Radio Repair Shop on North Main street by building brick addition on the east side The Robert Thornton family of Rutland has moved into the former Hughes residence in the south part of town,. Kris Erdmann has returned to her studies at the Professional Business Institute,at Minneapolis after spending a two week vacation at the home of her parents, the Mike Erdmanns. Mike and Jimmy Hamm of Yakima, Wash., have arrived at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm and will spend the summer months with them. Mrs. Julius Becker, Mrs. Richard Balk and Mrs. Richard Ferstl attended the bridal show- Ringsdorf, L. Young- in boldt were Sunday visitors in the parental Burrell Smith home for Father's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Al Grandgenitt and daughter Diane of Manilla were Sunday visitors in the par ental Richard Ferstl home. The Jerry Ferstl's of Wesley were evening visitors. Ronald Frederick, who works t the packing plant in Sioux Q- y, spent Sunday and Monday the parental Daryl Frederick nome. On Monday the family vere dinner guests in the Laiu- Bod* — The Dr. f. M. Ross- ings were given an open house for their golden Wedding at St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode June 12. Hosts were their son, the Dr. T. D. Rossings, Livermore. Dr. Rossing Was married to Vina Nunamaker at Ames, June 8, 1916. The Leroy Engers and Floyd Palmers Were dining room hosts, Debra Rossing, granddaughter of the Rossings, registered guests. Mrs. Floyd Torgerson had the program. She gave an original program, in verse form .with music by a sextet, Mary Olson, Elizabeth Wickre Cay Selvig, Carlene Hanson, Ro- >erta Rolland and Trudy Ross ng, Mrs. Don Aure and Mrs. Ls roy Enger sang. Rev. Norman Johnson gave devotions, and Dr T. p. Rossing introduced th family, and other relatives. Bee ky Aure played organ music Debra Rossing gave a ballet dance. The cake was baked and decorated by Mrs. Ted Wagner, Livermore. Mrs. Leo Kinseth and Mrs. Allen Siekmeier poured and Elizabeth Wickre and Trudy Rossing served punch. Mrs. Leonard Wilson and Mrs. Keith Logue served the cake. Mrs. Oscar Williams and Mrs. R. F. Gullixson had the.card and gift "FlftlBALL SM» NOW AT ALOONA ALGOMA REYNOLDS „< fkeSINGING NUN STARTS ON THE MAKE — Fabian, right, 'and Frsmkie Ayalon make a play for the favors of Annette Funicello in scerie frdm Ameridah International's "Fireball 500", stock car racing thriller tonight at the Algona Theatre. „',', ', —Thursday and Friday -. "Fireball 500' 7:<M - 9:05 500" 1:30 - 7:00 & table. There were 250 guests from —Saturday "Fireball 9:05. —Sunday , "The Singing Nun" 1:30 - 3:333 - 5:36 - 7:39 - 9:42 —Monday Thru Wednesday "The Singing Nun" 7:00-9:03 er for Miss Nancy bride-to-be of Larry llso stai HARVEY JULIE LEMBECK-PARRISH -m^ ©1966 American International Pictures SUN. Thru WED. JUNE 26-27-28-29 He/i Scwr/i Aupi/ied twupwi br^ TW* .WAT WAS MCAK MR ^..Put Joqln Hearts of Manq...Returned Happiness To Those Who L Had Forqotten How To ^BeHapp^L,,,, <v A wirth at St. Cecelia's Hall Algona Friday evening. Visitors in the home of Mrs iela Heiter on Tuesday and Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs ames Tpdd and Mr. and Mrs Ralph Sanger of Omak, Wash They had beeri visiting the Spanger's daughter and family n Virginia and other places in he East and were on their way home. Mrs. Todd is a cousin ol Mrs. Heiter. On Wednesday thej isited the Grotto at West Bend yith Mrs. Heiter accompanying hem. They spent Tuesday nigh at the motel in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh at tended the wedding of Miss Jan ce Dawn Clowes of Renwick and Mr. Richard Arthur Felle of Iowa City at the First Meth odist church in Renwick 01 Sunday. They also attended th reception held at the Public Library. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Siegle of Theresa, Wis. were recent visitors in the Harold Dolder and Harry ,Clark homes. Mrs. Siegle is the former Lucille Gates. Miss Kathy Williams will be assisting in the State Bank during the summer months. Mrs. Robert Wilson will be on vaca- I 4/V •^\ ^ IHSPIKED BY rue SIN6IN9 NUNS WONPt SONG"DOMINIQUE" ence Frederick home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott and family of Storm Lake left >y train, from Omaha Friday evening for Denver, Colo, whe- •e they will spend a week in his brother, the the home of ecil Scotts. Bode, Livermore', Des Moines, Algona, Humboldt, Ottosen, Rutland, Mason City, Goldfield, Rolfe, Cedar Falls, Boone, Mallard, Spirit Lake, and Green Lake, Wis. A family dinner served at noon at the Imperial cafe. Guests were the Dr. T. M. Ross- ings, Dr. T. D. Rossings, Livermore, Mrs. Edna Hair, Algona, the E. L. Vintons, Green Lake, Wis., F. E. Nunamakers, Livermore, and R. E. Harrs, Des Moines. Dr. Rossing is a 1916 Ames graduate in a class of nine. There are five living members and Dr. Rossing is the only one in Iowa. He completed two years of high school prior to entering derstanding of the diseases of all domestic animals. But he be lieves today's students neec more instruction in economics of establishing and operating a veterinary medical practice. HAVE 50TH WEDDING The Fred Hansens, Humboldt will be given an open house for their Golden wedding June 26 2 to 5 at the Community room of the Trust and Savings bank in Humboldt. Hosts will be thei Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker accompanied some friends on a fishing trip.^to Minnesota last week. Mrs. Martha King, Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Mrs. Guy Raney and Mrs. Harold Frederick went to the home of Mrs. Lester Smith Wednesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meyers and family of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the Daryl Frederick home. Several members of the Wai- daughters, Bode, Ervin the Carl Fevolds, Hansons Badgei ust returned , from Viet Nam. x>ren Larson, Osage, .has : baon resident of the group this past ear. Next year the of fleers t are Ves. Mrs. Ralph.'•'Jacobsori; f vice, Maurice Larson; and s J ec., Mrs. Ted Kinseth, 1 all of Bode. SURPRISE; PARTY The C. W. Hamands, 'Sac, City, were given a '.surprise 4oth w.ed ding dinner at, their daughter, ;hc Basil Brocks, .Bode, June; 12 VIrs. Brock's brother, the Philip Samands, Alta were also hosts There were 25 'guests froin l Kock Rapids, Mason City, PloVer, Gilmore City and Bradgafce.. Th6 Hamands have six grandchildren. Mr. Hamand is county superintendent of schools in Sac and Calhouri counties. St. Joe Mrs. Sylv««t*r Wagnor SEE 'EM ALL . . . »OR TAKE YOUR PICK! ^ t* -f > „ * fj.i M, AT9:20 "CAPTAIN NEWMAN" Gregory Peek and Dale Jennings, Pioneer. Th former Alma Johnson and Fre Hansen were married at the home of the bride's parents, the late Peter Johnsons by the Rev. Slatte of the Danish Methodist church. Mr. Hansen's parents were the Nels Hansens, Humboldt. They farmed the last 40 \/i JiAgJi. fix.Asi'vrA fc»* •*"* «•** x-»«,v** i **«»^ ~ „ . * the Iowa State at the age of years on the same farm six nu- I les north of Humboldt. They re- tir,ed vi and moved to Humboldl three years ago. They have eight grandchildren, Carlene and Br- fifteen. From 1916 to 1922 Dr. Ross- ther League and Ladies Aid of the Lutheran church assisted at their booth at the Mission Fair held at the parochial school in Whittemore Saturday night and all day Sunday. ing served in the U.S. Army and operated a general practice in Minnesota. In 1922 he returned to Iowa and operated a general practice in Bode until he retired in 1960. Dr. Rossing has been active in community and professional organizations. He served as president of the North Central I.V.M.A. The biggest changes in veterinary medicine are the shift in emphasis from tlie horse to domestic animals and the advent of antibiotics and other modern drugs. He believes today's graduates have a much better un- ent Hanson, Rennie and Robin, Robert Rebecca, Jennings and Vicki and Leslie Fevold. REUNION IS HELD A Larson reunion was helc June 12 at the Rolfe golf course Towns in the area were represented, also Osage, Fertile, Ma rengo, and Iowa City. Curtis Larson, son of the Maurice Lar sons, came from Fullerton Calif., and is on his way to the Phillipines, and Randall Larson Pfc. Larry Elenz, son,of the Laurence Elenzes, Alta Vista^ was a weekend visitor here with' his sister, the Florian Fabers. Following his 30 day leave he will be assigned to Viet Nam. Mrs. Math O'Conrier and Aryn, Parsons, Kan.,, and Mrs. Pa ul McGannon, Paul, Patty and Mary, Salina, Kan., left Saturday after a visit with relatives and friends and attending the Mon tag and Bormann wedding June 11. Janet Reding, Mary Sue Red ing, Patricia Wagner, and Eileei Wagner left Saturday for Den ver, Colo., to visit Carol Erpeld ing Sunday and Monday. The> will also visit the Dan Ridley's Colorado Springs, and with oth er acquaintances and points o interest, Patricia will return" ti her job at Lutheran hospital, Fl Dodge, July 1, Eileen to Dial Fi nance, Fort Dodge, July 6, wit) Janet and Mary Sue plannin on a longer stay. The Peter Bormanns anc their guest .Susie Naber, Spiri Lake, spent Sunday and Monda with Mrs. Anna Bormann at A I son of the Ralph Larsons, hasjta Vista. 'T 11:40 'McHALE'S NAVY" Ernest Borgnine At 8:00 P.M. Take Part in Our Giant FREE "WIENER ROAST" All you can eat ... Roast 'Em Yourself over our "JUMBO PIT" , Tasty Dogs in Fresh Buns Plus The Fun Of Doing It! BOX OFFICE WILL BE OPEN ' FROM 7:30 P.M. until 12:30 A.M.; St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner tion. Mr. and Tony and Mrs. John Hosford, Mary, attended s "TV 4 ,..«.»-. Riverdale Units 1 and 2 served for the Catholic Daughter's Mother-Daughter banquet. Before the banquet the girls sel the tables and prepared the food. Also they had a short meeting on how to compile record books. Bernadette Hilbert gave an illustrated talk on. pro per foundations. Sandy Wagner is reporter. The John Thuls spent Wed ennctff VACATION VALUE DAYS Coffman family reunion at the home of a cousin in Milo, Iowa Sunday. There was a picnic din ner with 49 in attendance. Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Simons of Ojoi, Calif, were calling on friends and former neighbors one day last week. Mrs. Simon will be remembered as the former Mildred Taylor and Mr. Simons ran a Rosedale creamery truck. They moved to California several years ago and are now retired. They also visited Mrs. Simons' sister, Mrs. Esther Leaf, at Storm Lake. Mary Hosford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hosford, won fourth prize in the Student Di- i THEATRE mor vision Italy", for at her the drawing^ Sidewalk "Old Art V.: rt ; : ' )<H'\ M DEBBIE REYNOLDS Of; ! \i HAN A' v Show in Algona on June 10. Mary is a 7th grader. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Molly Foth a week ago Sunday were her daughter Mrs. Ray Meighan of Waukon, a granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Kennabeck and family of Breda, Mrs. Adeline Foth of Osage and Mrs. John Foth of Algona. Mrs. Foth and grandson Randy Foth returned home with her sister, Mrs. Meighan, to Waukon aruj spent the; week there. Richard Foth went after them, on Sunday. i Mr. am* Mr*. Huge H«lm- nesday with a niece, the Ciarence Kramers, Riceville, The Alysious Illgs, Avoca, Minn., were Monday callers with cousins, the George Wagners, enroute home from a weekend visit with, their daughter at Aurora, 111. Harlan Weydert, son of the N. J, Weyderts, arrived Wednesday from Ghanute Air Force Base at Rantoul where h© attended 11 weeks at jet aircraft technical school. July 2nd he reports at Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha. The K. L. Kohlhaases, Mrs. Math O'Conner and Arlyn, Parsons, Kan., and Mrs. Paul Me Gannon, Patty, Paul and Mary, from Kansas, spent the week with the Don Sedlars, LaCrosse, Wis. Mrs. McGannon and Mrs. Sedlar are daughters of Mrs. O'Conner and Mrs. O'Conner, the former Stella Bormann, is a sister of Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas. A Bormann family gathering was held Friday in the local K C. Hall with Stanley Klein showing slides and movies taken in service. Stanley recently receiv ed his army discharge. The pasl year was spewt in Viet Nam. A social hour followed. T^te Raymond. KjoWhaases vye re Monday visitors w^th an un cle and aunt, the Casper Kay sers, Waseca, Minn,. Men's Penn-Presl Summer Shirts at a Low Price! Save Me on every paekege of Tewneraft® Pima Prince underwear Reg. 3 for $2.98 NOW 3 for S 2 44 Cool short sleeves . . . cool low price! 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