Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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't have annual reunions at LuVerne LuVerne — A Schneider reunion was held Sunday at, the Luyerne town park. Attending were Fred W. Schneider, the Arnold Meyers, LuVerne; the Leo Kuehnasts, the Edwin.Kuehr nasts, the Raymond Funks, the Phillip Schneiders, Mrs. Paul Schneider, the Willis Ridges, Al- goiia; the Alvin Johnsons, Hardy; the George Schneiders, Bancroft; Mrs. Beata Tew, LuVerne. Visitors in the afternoon were Mrs. Charles Hinz, Fred Hinz, and Albert Schneider, LuVerne. THOMPSON REUNION A Thompson reunion was held Sunday at Howard Thompson's, Ottosen. Attending were the Everett Thompson's, Ghero kee; the Fay Thompson's, Ea gle Grove; the Lee Coles, Burt Albert Merriam, the Phil Mer riams, Corwith; Mrs. Mabel Thompson, LuVerne; the Law rence Thompsons, Humboldt; the Irvin Burgart's, Plover; the Richard Marcellus's, Pioneer; Mrs. Arthur Hanna, Manly; Mrs. Lawrence Martin, Claremont; Mrs. Clifford Higgens, Grand Meadow, Minn. Top fab THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KPWTH COUNTY ADVANCI _,._. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCi^7r: .._ ; -J f i r JmyfJ* KUBLY REUNION The Kubly reunion was held Sunday at the town hall with 75 present. Towns represented were St. James, Madclia, Minn.; Livingston, Montana; Fort Dodge, Algona, Clear Lake, Rutland, West Bend, Des Moines, Garner, Winterset, Randall, Harlan, Eagle Grove, Renwick and Lu Verne. CARROLL REUNION A Carroll reunion was held Sunday at the Call park at Algona with 110 present. Towns represented were LuVerne, Air gona, Wesley, Iowa City, Spencer, Fort Dodge, Whittemore, St. Benedict, Blue Earth, Minn.; Fargo, North Dakota; and Barslow, Calif. Owatonna, Minn. — Robert Wi Hardcopf, son of the Robert Hardcopfs, LuVerne, has joined Josten's, Inc., as manager of marketing research. Daniel J. Gainey, Josten's president, announced the creation of the new position as part of the company's continuing program for corporate growth -and development. Hardcopf. graduated from LuVerne high school in 1946. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from Ames. He was formerly a marketing specialist with Wood Conversion, Co., St. Paul. He has also held marketing researc^i positions with Investors Diversified Services in Minneapolis and Spencer Chemical Co., Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Hardcopf is the former Theresa Arndorfer, daughter of Mrs. Roman Arend, and they have two boys and two girls. New library hours set for summer days The LuVerne Library now anr nounces. opening hours and date of the library for the summer months. Open 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Satui>, days. Open 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday evenings. Mrs. Charles Hinz is librarian. CHURCH PICNIC The Evangelical United Breth ren church held a Sunday schoo and morning worship service a the Call Park, Algona, Sunday A pot-luck picnic dinner follow ed at noon. The Christiannaire Sunday school class was in char ge of the entertainment. AT FIRE SCHOOL Attending a fire school in Ames Friday from the LuVern fire department were Chie Fred Goetsch, and Henry Loer wald, Billy Hardcopf and Lowell Thomas. Boone. Dennis Zweifel it attending National Guard at Kekapoo State Park at Danville, 111. Mrs. Laura Zweifel attended a pre-nuptial .shower Saturday in the Lutheran church in Thor, for Karen Kunert. She will be married July 2 to Dennis Zweifel in the Thor Lutheran church. SHOWER IS GIVEN A pink and blue shower was given for Mrs. Marvin Broesder Algona, Saturday evening at the LuVerne Methodist church. There were 33 present. Hostesses were Mrs. Howard Thompson:, Ottosen, and Alice Ann Barton, LuVerne. Circle 1 of the WSCS with Mrs. Faye Lichty, chairman, served refreshments. Mrs. Thompson gave reading and solos were sung by Mrs. Lucinda Stone, accompanied by Mrs. Irvin Jergensen. MAKE CERAMICS The Homemakers Club of Sherman Township meet each Wednesday night at Leonard Warner's, Algona, for ceramic classes. Attending are the Mesdames Otto Jagels, Joseph Putz- stuck, John Pergande, Wayne Warmbier, Peder Hjelmeland, William Goetsch, Orville Hurl hurt, Howard Swanson, Charles Hanselman, Edwin Hanselman Joe Decker, LuVerne and Mrs Jon Putnam, Algona. Maebelle Maass spent sever* days last week at Westmar col lege, Le Mars. Beulah and Doris Egglestpn Des Moines, were weekend visi tors with their mother^ .IMirs Myrtle Eggleston. Sunday visi tors were the Charles Nygaards Wesley; Mrs. Mina Wilson, Kel Fathers Day guests at Clif Richardson's were their daughters, the Frances McVays, Algona, and, the Larry Hendersons, LuVerne. Mrs. Clem Stripling took their daughter Jennifer Ann back o the University Hospital, Iowa City, for further treatment and possible surgery. The Henry Martys were week- nd guests of their son, the Rev. Howard Martys. They went to visit Mrs. Howard Marty's mo- her, Mrs. Nina Wells, Billings, Mont., guest there. The Martys will visit their son, the Carroll Martys, enroute home at Ames. The Henry Hahns, Cedar falls, were weekend guests of the Rev. Ralph Hindmans. The women are sisters. The William Meyers, Otho, visited in LuVerne Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Lillian Selby. The Ralph Dimlers were Fathers day guests of their daughter Cheryl, the Don Thompsons, Huxley. Mrs. Lawrence Mushcamp, her daughter Jane and her friend, Minneapolis, visited in Lu Verne Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Mushcamp, formerly Fern Barton, visited her father, M. L. Barton, in the Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. The Dr. J. E. Schulties, Pelja, Sunday visited the William Bigings. They visited the grave of his mother, Mrs. Mary Schultz, who died Dec. 13, 1965, and wo- Weekend guests at Fay Harmon's were their daughter Gloria, the Ben Seipkers, and five children, Des Moines. They were enroute home from a vacation at Spirit Lake. The Albert Wilhelms, LuVer- ne, and their daughter the Richard Larsons, Sioux City, left Thursday for Bethesda, Md., to visit the daughter, the Kenneth Altschuls. They went for the wedding of their granddaughter and niece, Janice Altschul June 18. Enroute home they will visit another daughter, Sharon, the Mike McCormacks, Detroit, Mich, The Kenneth Currans, Barstow, Calif., are visiting his sister Mrs. Robert Hardcopf and Mr. Hardcopf, his two brothers the Harold Currans, Mason Ci ty, and the Lawrence Currans Bode. The Clif Richardsons received a telephone call Fathers Day of the birth of a granddaughter. The Dale Richardsons, Winter Haven, Fla., have their first child, a 7 Ib. 9 oz. daughter Susan Kay born June 19. Mrs. Richardson, formerly Nancy Ramus, is the daughter of the John Ramuses, also Winter Haven, all former residents of Lu Verne. Mrs. Lawrence Martin, Clarmont, Minn., Mrs. Clifford Higgens, Grand Meadow, Minn., Mrs. Arthur Hanna, Manly, visited their aunt and oncle the Grover Rentzes. They were in this area for the Thompson reunion at Howard Thompson's were weekend guests of her parents the Dennis Carrolls* They attended ther Carroll reunion, The Kenneth Currans, Mary Jane and Tom, Barstow, Calif.; visiting here, were Thursday gusts of the Dertnis Carroll's. The Legion Auxiliary Thursday sent to the hospital at Woodward, 29 1 /fe dozen cookies, Mrs. Vernon Davidson aV Kahy, Adel, visited overnight Saturday and Sunday with the Ralph Davidsons. They were ac; companied home by Luarin, daughter of Gordon Davidson, Jurt, for a vacation. The Gerhart Myers visited his cousin, Emily Kirchhoff, of Milwaukee, Wis., a patient in the Lutheran hospital,, Ft. Dodge She fell while in; a Fort Dodge bank June 15 and has a. fractured hip. She was.a gue;St in the Myer home a few days before the accident. She expect to be hospitalized about tw months. ji. ii^/ imV'i* • • wi* »» wiivj « »*•»%•.. •**— •«•• - _____ _ — — ._** i <i i • jj** £f* on Leigh drove to Wirtnebago continued on to nimolsi wntjfei Sunday to visit Mm Letitia they' attended the English«, fftfln^ Gray. Mr. Leigh remained in Hy reunion, They f^urnedrMtt*£ Winncbagb for the day, but ths day/ ' "'• - •>* Honeys went on to St. Jatriesl The'Howard Swansons . uldt and attended services at the-Mrs*. Swanson's father,. G; U O**> J resbyteriart church there. The born, Ames, spent June 12. ^U Rev. Gtibert Kuypsr is pastor-Clear Lake. •>>. r's,, )P the church, but'he and Mrs.t The Francis Bradys, *> Cedar* Kuyper were at 1 Raker* Minn;, Rapids, were weekend guests of •or the wedding- of their son the Clarence Canadays,'! •. Mrs. fine Krause farm. The Kenneth Rpneys and Sim drove to Whitteti Saturday and visited the Glen gehw'arfeks, tttdriu fohn. The Roneys also called on toy Butter field of; Delavan, Minn,, a former Irvingtonian. The Lewis Kents arrived> at the former's mother, Mrs, Margaret Kent's, Algona, Saturday, Lewis was recently'- discharged from service after being stationed in the Dominican 'Republic. He had planned: to attend a trade school! in Milwaukee but has how decidedstojreturnsto Washington, DiC. and) attend a trade school there. ' ••,V The Maurice Coakleys, Des Brady is, a sister of Clarence-,. TUie Tony. Sorensensj were, -Fan thers day guests at Stanley- Spfct ensen's, Algona. Other guests were Duane Burnette, , Rudd. Marcia, daughter of the Stanley,. Sorensons, went home with,the ; Burnettes to spend a week. , »i i Circle D,of the First Presbyj; terian, church, Algona, \- jWerej guests of Mrs. Tony. Sorensen, • last week Thursday. Mrs; Lewis: * Merkle , was co-hostess,, and- Mrs,; ' Russell Rentz had, the lesson, -^ . Moines, have a 6 Ib. 7 oz, daug- The Larry Hendersons too* ht Roche u e R^ n ee, born June _; _ _«• i~\~ mwi rt •** I^-ktirn I 'ifV 1 i__ L ~* —' --,••.•.. . •« •••». their son David,. to Iowa City Monday for a checkup at the University hospital. The Harvey Halters, Marion, are visiting, the parental Arnold Hinzes. air Sharman-Holmes marriage LuVerne — Barbara Sharman, LuVerne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Sharman, Fort Madison, and Dennis E. Holmes, LuVerne, son of Russell Holmes, Steamboat Rock, ami Mrs. Maxine Holmes, Eldora, were married June 4 at St. Joseph's Catholic church, St. Joseph. Rev. L. C. Schumacher officiated at the double ring ceremony. Katherine Sharman, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Best man was Darold Frerichs, -Ames, and ushers were Paul Hanselman, LuVerne, and Lee ley, her son the Rex Wilsons, uld have been 95 this June 20. LUVERNE CLINIC DR. 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 Wedntiday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 Ottosen. Mrs. Duane Neal had Canasta 8 Monday with Mrs. Eli Eager substitute player. At play, high Mrs, Faye Lichty, low, Mrs. Jess Lindebak. The WSCS general meeting was held in the Methodist chur ch June 15. Hostesses were Mrs L. B. Shelton, Mrs. Allen Blake Mrs. Joseph Thorn and Mrs. Ir win Jergensen. Devotions were by Mrs. Jergensen and lesson by Mrs. Bryan Stewart. The Herbert Danzers, Manka to, Minn., were weekend guests of Mrs. Danzer's parents, th Gerhard Myers. Monday visitors at Gerhard Myer's were the Clifford Ander- SABIN POLIO MMWIZATKM MMMMM ,. , Sponsored by the LuVerne Commercial Club • Sunday, June 26 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. «t UuVerne School Building — Free to all pre-schooleri and kindergarten pupils. 50 cents for all over 5 ywrs e* *9«- Thif ojt» (Sfc) 9'fJ issitef V*c. cine, now takes «*• place of £ (2|f) oft! ¥*win« « in the past, iveryone is invited to participate. 'ieters, Eldora. Organist was Cathleen Plathe, Irvington. A reception was held at St. bseph's school following the redding. Alice Krauser, Ma- omb, 111., aunt of the bride, poured coffee; Mrs. Heins Joomgarden, Steamboat Rock, erved punch; Jane Hanselman ^uVerne, had the guest book Mrs. Duane Heinen, Convith was at the gift table. Helping ,vith gifts were Dawn Lindebak Heinen, and Connie Schnetzer. Members of the Ca tholic Daughters of St. Joseph's prepared the refreshments and decarated the hall. She was graduated from Nau voo, 111., community school, re ceived her B.A. degree from the college of St. Francis, Joliet, III, and M.M. degree from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York. The past two years she taught instrumental music at the LuVerne community school. He was graduated from Steamboat Rock community school, attended Ellsworth college, Iowa Falls, received his B.A. degree from Cedar Falls. and has done graduate work at the State College. The past five years he has taught social sci- nces and French in the Lu /erne school and will continue caching in the same position laughter, Mrs. James Lenz, vis- ted Fathers day with her parents the H. J. Langbehns, Gren Mountain. The Harrison Cords visited Sunday in Des Moines with the bur children for Fathers Day The dinner was at Jean's, the Jack Cooks. Others were Judy ;he Robert Sheets, the Patricl lords, and Mike Cords and bri de. Lewis Block and children sp ent Father's day visiting in. Min nesota, northeastern Iowa, am Wisconsin. They visited mystery cave at Spring Valley, Minn spook cave at McGregor, the ol clocks at Spillville, and the Ef figy mounds at Marquette. Guests last week at Henr Kubly's were his sister Mrs. An na Myers, her daughter th Jake Schlects, their son Fran force colonel goes to Korea Irvington — Lt. Col Wm. N. Batt terminated a three year tour of duty of East N.O.R.A.D. region, Stewart Air Force. Base 16. Mrs. Coakley is a daughter of the Wm, Bbldridges, Algona, and Mrs. Boldridge went to Des Moines this week for several days with the Goakleys. Lawrence, Bormann, Lawrence Thilges, Matt Kirsch and Bernard Gapesius returned Friday after as week fishing in northern Minnesota; The Robert Skillings, Irving- on, and Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz and )avid, Ldvermore, were guests Sunday of Mrs! Skilling's and Stiltz's parents, the Ray Fitches, Burt, for Fathers day and Mr. Fitch's birthday on Friday. The Carl Swansons and Linda HARDWARE SEZ- York, recently and he an<3 Mrs. Batt returned to this area Lt. Col. Batt will leave from Me Cord Air Force Base, Tacoma Wash, about July 7 for Korea where he will begin a 13 mon ths tour of duty with 8th Army Headquarters, Seoul. The Batts have a house in Algona, am Mrs. Batt will remain there .with the daughter Pamela. Have yeu.checked on the Terrific Values at LftWSOH HARDWARE STORE During Their Summer- Wing, Ding Sale?? Renwick LuVern 9 882-3370 2222 BROKEN NECK BONE Mrs. Vena Schneider, Irvington, was taken from St. Ann hospital to Iowa City, by ambulance last week Wednesday after X- rays disclosed that she had a fractured vertebra in her neck, the result of a fall in her yard here June 12. Mrs. Schneider was scheduled for surgery this ces Schleot and son Leslie, all week Monday morning. It is re- sons, Cowrie, and Emily Kirchhoff, Milwaukee, Wis. The women are cousins of Gerhard and Walter Myer. The Duane Neals, and his parents the Earl Neals were Sunday guests of the Russell Chris- tensens, Humboldt, the daughter and granddaughter. They went for the baptism of Lisa Luann in First Methodist church. The infant daughter of the James Capesiuses was baptized Mary Katherine at the Catholic church in St. Joe June 12. Grandparents are the Lorenz Bormans. Lonnie, son of the Lyle Bill ings, Kansas City, has arrived for his summer vacation with his grandparents, the Henry C. Heftys. Rita Patterson and Linda Rugg were youth delegates Thursday in Mason City at the annual Methodist conference. The Arthur W. Dinilers, their guests, Patricia and Steven, Las Vegas, Nev., grandchildren, we re Fathers day guests of granddaughter Diane, the Mike Childs, Ames. Other guests were their daughter Kay, the James Nevilles. his fall. Mrs. Harrison Cord and Mrs Gordon Gregory spent a week n the Cord cottage on Lake Augusta, near Annandale, Minn. They reported fishing good. Mrs. Allen Blake, son, Robert, of Livingston, 'Mont. Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer attended a luncheon Thursday for wives of ministers at the annual conference of Methodist churchr es in Mason City. The William D. Cooks, Madison, N.J., were overnight guests Sunday of Mrs. Cook's aunt, the Henry Kublys. They left Monday on a trip to Denver and west coast. The Ernest Olesens, ;er Marjory, son the Leslie Ole- sens, Columbus, Neb., were weekend guests of her sister Mrs. Georgia Barton. Weekend guests of the Rev, Roy A. Biesemeyers were hei brother, the Maynard Willises Wichita, Kan. Sunday guests were the Ralph Speakmans, Gal va, and Mrs. Violet Kirkholm Alta. Marlene Shelton of Columbia Mo., visiting her parents the L. B. Sheltons, left by train i'r om Perry to visit friends in Den ver, Colo. Gary Hefty, stationed at Aber deen, Md., spent Saturday an Sunday with his parents, th Henry C. Heftys. The La Verne Jeffers, White water, Wis., spent the weeken at their home here and visite her sister Mrs. Georgia Barton orted a portion of bone was o be taken from a rib to repair tie vertebra. Mrs. Verl Patterson and Mrs. Ronald Waldera took Don Paterson to Spirit Lake June 12 or the state De Molay Conclave at Templer Park. The Pattersons drove up after him the fol- owing Tuesday. Jeanie Patterson recently spent a week at Marion Huntley's, Renwick. -The Tony Sorensens report that the Curtis Johnsons, Glendora, Calif., left there Sunday for Stockton, Calif., and both will attend summer school. Mr. Curtis has been working on an invention related to science and will continue the work at Stockton, and Mrs. Curtis will study water coloring. At Glendora, Mrs. Curtis teaches art and ceramics and Mr. Curtis teaches science and math. She is the former Louise Sorensen. The Verl Pattersons were Fathers day guests of the Richard Huntleys, Renwick. The Vaughn Loves, Des Moines, were visitors last week Thursday at Verl Patterson's. Mi-. Love is a nephew of Verl. The Dick St. Johns will move next weekend to 602 Diagonal, Algona. They have been living JAMES MEURER MEW MANAGER OF TKE LU VERNE BUILDING SERVICE!! Effective July 1, 1966. James Meurer is the new manager of the LuVerne Building Service, replacing "Bud" Strand, who is leaving July. 1 to manage a lumber yard at Monticello, Minn. I would like to thank all of my loyal customers and those people who made our business association in LuVerne a pleasant one.. Your patronage, has always been appreciated and I hope you will continue to offer your support to "Jim" Meurer in the future days. Sincerely, "Bud" Strand .IlllllllilUIIIIIIIIIIlllWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllI^ WIN THE WAR AGAINST "RED WATER" The Ronald Clarks, Iowa City,in the house on the Mrs. Katil- with i C Ml Gutrd Watir Purifier IS IT CHEAPER TO BUY FERTILIZER For PASTURES OR HAY NiXT WINTiR? 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