Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
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Bronze Star Tribune 8 PAGES IN ONE SECTION PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUIY 7, • PICTURED IS Oapt. Gary W. Hintz, who on June 8 at the El Toro Marine Base at Santa Ana, Calif., received the Bronze Star with combat "V" for gallant duty while serving as air liaison officer with the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines at Marble Mountain in Viet Nam on June 27, 1965, and on Oct. ^28, 1965 when he assumed control of all airborne elements, including flare planes, helicopters, fixed wing close support air,craft and medical evacuation helicopters required by Mobile Construction Battalion Nine. Capt. Hintz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz of Livermore, and he and his family are now based at Santa Ana. New Youth Center to open at Livermore Livermore — Plans are almost - - — - - : - — - — — completed for the opening of the Ivan Fredericksen, Larry Mey- youth center by "Fritz" HeJlwig ers > son of Mr - and Mrs - clar ' in the front part of the remodel- ence Meyers, Terry Vaudt, son ed former IH building on South of Mr - and Mrs - Wayne Vaudt, Main street. Debra Sinclair, daughter of Mr. It will serve soft ice cream and Mrs ' Allan 11 win beive s>oii ite cream, j ». T arrv root beer, french fries, sand- and Mrs " Larry wiohes and have a soda fountain. There will also be a shuffle Two-thirds of Livermore class of '56 return Livarmore — Ten of the 15 members of the 1956 class of Livermore High held a reunion at Johnny's Steak Harbor In Humboldt Saturday evening followed by a dinner. This was the last class to graduate from the Livermore high school be- the high school was transferred 10 BoJe. 'liiose present were Mr. »nd Mrs. Jerry Smith (Geraldine Haack) of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Killam (Phyllis Mackintosh) of Des Moines, Mr. and I tfrs. J. (Jerry) Brown. Kansas City, the Johnny Bertes (Jannine Baker) of Kanawaha, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fox (Rita Schwendeman;n) of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Jaeger (Shirley Groh) of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jensen (Lyle) of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schultz (Pat Hefty-Ron) of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lane (Mary lin Vandt) of Livermore. The other five members of the class were: Ivan Larson, Patricia Sawyer, Ronald Ogan, -Karen Bordweli and Norman. Rutz. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sinclair entertained at a family dinner al their home Sunday in honor of the confirmation of their daughter Debra at the Lutheran church Sunday morning. Those present were Debra's grandmother, Mrs Dora Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs Harold Gronbach arid Cindy, Mr and Mrs. Roy Brown and Bobby Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Gronbach Terrie and Dom, Mrs. Don Christiansen of Bode, Mr. and Mrs Richard Cran, Garry, Susan, Kaithy and Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown oif Kl.nsas City. HAVE OPEN HOUSE There were 40 at ; the open louse for the 80th birthday of 'aitl Blumer at his home in Lu Verne July 3. He received tele- >hone calls and many cards. lositesses were his four sons, he John Blumers, Lu Verne, firs. James Blumer and children visiting from Las Cruses, N. M., he Ralph Blumers, Menomonie ji'alls, Wis. Not present were Fames Blumer and the Phil Blumer family, Midland, Mich. RECITAL IS GIVEN Mrs. R. T. (Elsie L.) Mueller's riano students gave a recital July 1 in the parsonage of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church. Tak- ng part were Diane Gjerstad, Allen Voss, Kimbsrly Putzstuck, Diane Curry, Diane Pergande, Kimberly Nielson, Elaine Hinz; Hobert Blake, Dennis Marty, Jean Casey arid Mary Hansel- maun. GROUP AT LAKE The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Al Hindman and Mrs. Harry Naff- zier chaperoned a group of young people of the LuVerrie church ori a two day outing at Lake Qkoboji June 29-30. 1'hey were David Naffziger, John Blumer, Jr., Norman Marty, Eugene Decker, Douglas and Deri- Connie and Jane and Mrs ' Allan Sinclair and Mr. board court, ping pong table and juke box. On Saturday afternoons a free picture show of cartoons for the 6 to 12 age group will be shown, and once or twice a month there will be an evening's etertainment for teen agers. .Many other ideas will be carried out as the center gets better organized. FRIDERES REUNION A Friederes family reunion was held at the Norbert Frideres home Sunday, June 26, with a pot luck dinner at noon and was attended by 57. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Vic Frideres and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Frideres and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Frideres and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Frideres and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Frideres and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch and family of • Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eischen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rosenmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. David Lud- vvig and family all of St. Benedich, Mrs. Pete Mueller of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Smith of Humboldt, Mary Rae Frideres and two friends of Fort Dodge. EIGHT CONFIRMED There were six children and two adults confirmed by Rev. Wm. Stock during church services at the Lutheran church Sunday morning. Those confirmed were: Robert Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Collins, Terry and Sharon Fredericksen, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JOINS AIR CORPS Gary Cran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cran went to Fort Dodge Sunday evening where he joined other recruits on a bus for Des Moines. On Monday they were flown to San Diego, Calif., where Gary will take his basic training for the Air Corps. MAJOR SURGERY Mrs. George B, Donalds, who has bean at Rochester for several days underwent major surgery last week. She is progressing satisfactorily and expects to be home soon. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Donalds, the Misses Mayme and Margaret Devine and his mother Mrs. Tew Devine of Aurora, 111. attended the graduation of their nephew and son, Ted Diven, from Huena Vista college at Storm Lake on June' 5. On June 25 he left for Cambridge, Mass where he will take Peace Corps train ing. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ander son spent the week end in Minr neapolis where they visited in the homes of Mr. Anderson's sisters, Miss Geraldine Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore. Several, women of the Methodist church went to the church Wednesday for an all day meet- His Marty, ichnetzer. ATTEND WEDDING The Ray Agards were in Sanborn Saturday tor the wedding of Charles Comstock, son of the John Comstocks, and Ruth Odegard at 7:30 p.m. in the First rTesbyterian church July 2. Mr. Comstock, an attorney, is the mayor of San born. Mrs. Comstock and Mrs. Agard were classmates when living as girls in Eagle Grove. NAMED COUNSELOR " Dr. Elizabeth White, dean o? women at Morningside college', Sioux City, announced the appointment of counselors for campus residence halls for the 1966-67 school year. Among girls chosen was Linda Nelson, Daughter of the Raymond Nelsons, LU Verne. HAS 73rd BIRTHDAY Edward Hof was guest Sunday for his 73rd birthday at a dinner at his daughter Thelma, the Harold Traugers. Guests were Ms sister Florence Hof of Fort Dodge, grandsons, the David Traugers, of Ames, Dean and Daryi Trauger, at home. : CORRECTION At Mrs. Julia Pergande's recently, Miss Emma Marty was honored on her 80th birthday Honor father of a LuVerne woman June 27 i LuVtrne — The Ray Agaards were guests at Helen's Supper club in Eagle Grove June 27. The dinner was for Cyril Woodson, Eagle Grove, father of Mrs. Agard of the Iowa Public Service Co. Mr. Woodson retired as of June 30 after 45 years of service. There were 125 at the dinner. Included were employes, past officers, past vice president and retirees of the complete system of Iowa Public Service Co., Waterloo to Sioux City, other of f i- cers and personnel. Woodson bsgan working for IPS July 12, 1921, as an engine room operator. He was promoted to chief engineer in 1933 and became plant superintendent in 1948 which he has held 18 years Weather statistics and readings figure in the efficient operation of the plant. He said many people think that the records he keeps about the weather is a hobby. Woodson explained it is "half hobby," but still part of the job. He was presented with a gift of a portable table saw. The Woodsons plan to remain in Eagle Grove. They have traveled extensively and plan for more trips. families. The Hugo Blelchs, San Diego, Calif., came last week to visit his sister Mrs. Olga Ruger, and family. The Stanley Genrlchs took his mother, Mrs. Gladys Genrich to Eagle Grove Thursday where she will make her home at the Rotary Ann Rest Home. Mrs. Charles Hanseiman was in a hospital at Rochester, Minn., Friday for observation. She goes again Tuesday for further tests. The Charles "Chuck" Leer- walds, Kristine and Kathy, Marshalltown, visited Saturday and Sunday with his father, Henry Loerwald. He is a coach in school at LeGrand, near Marshalltown. Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Julie Ann, Mason City, were guests of her parents the Jack Heftys. Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, visited 'her mother Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mike over July 4. The Henry Kublys were break fast guests Friday of the Rapids, were guests over the holiday with her mother Mrs. Wilma Baskerville. Word hat been received that Mrs. Harley Rusher of Bancroft, has entered the university hospital for surgery. Mrs. Rusher is the former Geneva Hinz, daughter of Mrs. Lena Hinz, LuVerne. They were farmers in this area before moving to Bancroft. The Jack Guys are on a week's vacation from the LuVerne post office. Mr. Guy is rural route carrier serving LuVerne and Irvington and Mrs. Guy is assistant postmaster. They went to visit his sister, Mrs. Charlotte Chantland at Pine River, Minn., and at the Guy cabin on Naylahwausk Twin Lakes, Minn. The Richard Cronks Council Bluffs, came Saturday for the holiday weekend with his par ents the Howard Cronks. They left to visit in Minneapolis leav ing Jean 5, Kelly 4, Angela 3 with the grandparents. Phyllis, daughter of Lewis Black, returned Saturday after a for Mrs. Koester's week ' at the vouth camp of the - daughter, the Allen Kansas City, Mo. Sunday guests of the Henry Kublys were the John Zimmer- mans, Renwick and Edwin Mar- Gerald Ramus is home for two weeks. He is employed in Irvington with Tuloma gas products. The R. C. Wallines spent the July 4 week end visiting at Wilmar and Brainerd, Minn. The Larry Hedbergs and Tracy of Chicago left Friday after ten days with her mother Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner. The Hed- bergs also went to find housing in Grand Rapids, Mich., where they are being transferred soon. He is with Hartford Insurance. Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, Cindy and Vicky, spent Sunday in Des Ruggs. Moines Another with the Jim daughter /the tys, Corwith. The Harry Naffiigers Methodist church at Lake Okoboji. The David Traugers, Ames were Sunday visitors with their ing and made 16 choir robes for June 26. Guests were Mrs. Paui Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown of Kansas City spent the week end in the parental Roy Brown home. Jerry came to attend his class reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner and Sharon attended the Christiansen family reunion at Lake Okoboji -Sunday. This is an annual affair and 60 were in atendance. Mrs. Tom McKenna entered Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday and underwent surgery last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. "Lefty" Cayou af Tucson, Ariz., arrived last week to visit in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz have returned home after spending two weeks in the home of their son and family Capt. and Mrs. Gary Hintz at Santa Ana, Calif. They traveled by train, leaving from Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Don Berryhill and family of Superior, Minn., have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 Livermor* FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR Hi Mi M • the junior choir, who are in the age group of 4th through 8th grades. •••••*•••••«>«••«•«>••«*•••• Lu Verne Fern Bigings The Howard Cronks have returned from a week visiting her relatives in Valentine, Neb., and attended a family reunion. They also visited the Black Hills and Cosmos. They were accompanied home for a visit by Mrs. John Nissen, Chadron, Neb., mother of Mrs. Cronk. Starr Struthers, Algona, the daughter of Mrs. Phyllis Struthers, visited last week with her aunt and uncle, the "WV-liam. Goetsches. Cheri Blanchard, daughter of the Delbert Blanchards, Cedar Falls, is spending two weeks with her aunt, the Leslie Calkins family. The Allen Wiltons, Jackie and Allen, Kansas City, Mo., are visiting her mother the Adolph Kocsters, Lu Verne, and her sister, the Delmar Blankenhagens, Fort Dodge. Mr. Wilson was called by the death of his sister, Mrs. Winfred L. Johnson, 48, Fort Dodge. Funeral services were held June 28 in Fort Dodge. WSCS of the Hardy Methodist church were hosts to the Lu Verne society June 30. Attending were Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mrs. William Goetsch, Starr Struthers, Mrs. A. A. Schipull, Mrs. Faye Lichty, Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston. Jan* Hanseiman will b« in Cedar Falls July 7-8 attending orientation. She is the daughter of the Earle Hanselraans, Lu Verne, a graduate of the Lu Verne high school. She will major in art. Maas, Mrs. Carl Pergande, Mrs. Lena Hinz, Mrs. Amelia Hansei- man and the Max Blacks. BAND PRACTICE CHANGE Mrs. Dennis Holmes, head of music of the LuVerne school, announces there will be no band practice Friday evening and no band concert Saturday, July 8-9 as the LuVerne celebration is on those dates. Larry Hedbegs, Chicago, were also guests. The Jim Ruggs, his sister, Linda Rugg, Des Moines, were holiday week end guests of their mother, Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, The William Goetsches spent July 1-4 at West Okoboji with the Carl Goetsches, Duane Rileys and the Jon Putnams, Algona, at the Carl Goetsch cottage. Mrs. Georgia Barton, Alice Ann and Mrs. Chris Nygaard, Livermore, visited Mrs. Minnie Henderson, Lu Verne, medical patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Dean Haugh and Lezli of Bloomfield, Michigan, came to visit her parents, the John Coxes, LuVerne, and the J. R. Houghs, Plover. Mrs. Hough and Mrs. Larry Springlc and children drove here, Mrs. Springlt visiting the parents at Plover. Dean Hough and Larry Springle came for the holiday week end and returned home with the David were in Zion, 111., July 4 for a Naffziger reunion. The Comrade EUB Sunday school class met early Friday because of vacations. Mrs. Ralph Hindman led devotions and the lesson. Kenneth Marty presided. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Fred Merkle. Hostess was Luella Blumer. The Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyers were Sunday evening visitors at Renwick with the Rev. Wilbur Egelands. The Fred Lenzes, Blue Earth, visited Thursday with relatives and friends in LuVerne. Mrs. Waye Lichty was a holiday weekend guest of her son, the DeRay Lichtys, Mason City. The Rev. Ralph A. Hindmans were in Winterset June 26 for services in his home town church. They attended the reunion of his high school class of 1931. Half of the 72 in the class were present. Kathy Sharman, attending summer school at Cedar Falls, was a July 4 weekend guest of the Dennis Holmes. The Frances Pitliks, Cedar parents the Harold Traugers and anc j Carl Hansclmans. The Harrison Cards, of the HONOR — Cherokee's Iowa National Guard unit, Cornpatiy B, 2nd Mechanized Battalion, 133rd Infantry, received the lighest honors for the brigade for the Army Training test at Camp Ripley, Minn, this summer. IS THE MOST IMPORTANT INGREDIENT FOR A GET IT WITH A Village Pump Tavern, LuVerne were accompanied to their sum. mer home on Lake Augusta Annadale, Minn., Sunday by their children for the July 4 weekend. They were the Mike Cards, Moline, 111., Mrs. Robert Sheets and ohilcfren and the Jack Cooks, Des Moines. ON DEAN'S LIST On the dean's list at Ames is Tim R. Blumer, electronics technology. Tim, son of the Robert G. H. Blumers, Eagle Grove, is formerly of Lu Verne. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS—I wish to thank all my friends, 'classmates, teachers and relatives for their cards, letters, visits, gifts and prayers while I was in the hospital and since home. It is greatly appreciated. Earl Will. ..,,-. •; '•'••"•• 53* LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. 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TREL, Smith-Douglass' exr elusive formula of trace elements, it added to every ton. USf OUR SOIL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE And We Will Determine Your ixact Fertilizer Needs! We will gladly give you complete information — and assistance on how to take a reliable soil sample - how to get it tested and then recommend the kind of program you should foltow to bee*' your profits, FERTILIZERS LuVerne Crop Service RICHARD GRONBACH, Mar. Phone 882-3234 UVerne Our Home Is Heated tkctrlcally and WE LOVI IT! -: , , .,..!.<-.<,,,-, 'i, ••i>,<' 1 .-*i.'*'''-- < -,*\ MR AND MRS. HERMAN STALIAUM "Our. home was built to be heated with electricity. W« yeilly hava •noticed a difference. Electric beat is even heat, comfortable and clean. It's reasonable in cost, too, considering how modem electric heat is, Jjast winter we paid only $154.20 to heat our house witb electricity, . We wouldn't trade our electric beat for a»ytiiin|." The Stalbaum home in Maurice, Iowa, has 1028 square feet. Puring the 1965-66 heating season, the total cost to beat it ekctri* was $154-20, Iowa Soviet TO Gravity

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