Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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fiiiflhttli MlUtm 1 4 ^ LOOMA (liwi) ADVAN€i THUKIOAY, JULY H it« rites Wednesday at Humboldt Livermore — Funeral services were held Wednesday forenoon for Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, 79, at' Lindharts in Humboldt with burial in the Union cemetery at Livermore, , Mrs. Moore formerly lived in Des Moines and had been in ill health for some time and had been a patient at the Houston Nursery Home the past year. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Vernon Grant Jr. of Princeton, N. J,, Mrs. Howard Hoffman of Rutland, and two grandchildren. GRANDSON MARRIED Mrs. Lela Helter returned Tuesday alter spending 10 days in the home of her son, the Donald Heiters at Spencer. While there she attended the wedding of her grandson, A/1 Donald Heiter of Sioux City and Miss Cynthia Thomsen of Spencer, at the Bethany Luthern church Saturday evening, July 2, with Pastor Richard Thompson performing the ceremony. The maid of honor was the bride's sister, Miss Susan Thomsen and bridesmaids were Miss Sandra Johnson and Miss Barbara Heiter, sister of the groom. Best man was the groom's brother, Ronald Heiter, and groomsmen were Davio Simington and Tim Thomsen, a brother of the bride. A reception was held in the church following the ceremony. The newlyweds will live in Sioux City where the groom is stationed in the Air Corps. boldt County Sheriff Marvin An- defsen and Highway Patrolman Jerfy Michaels, Humboldt, Ptitor Stock i* at Lake Okoboji where he will be for three weeks As Director of Entertainment for the Concordia Cub Camp. This is his 22nd year in that capacity. While Pastor Stock is gone Student Dennis Arndt of Webb will conduct services on July 17 and 24. Patter and Mrs. D. W, Lueeke and two girls, of Texas, were visitors at morning services at the Lutheran church Sunday and were guests in the Glenn Schultze home. Pastor Lueeke is a former pastor of the Livermore church. Mrs. Daryl Frederick and Kathy went to LeMars Thursday to help Ron celebrate his birth- lay which was that day. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fred•in 1 1 1 t'l IN erick and Mr. .and Mrs. Daryl Frederick attended funernl sef' vices for Mrs. Lawrence Frederick's brother-in-law Vern Wigfield, at Perry on Saturday July 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oroh it' tended a Groh family reunion at Kiemme on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Goerndt and two boys of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick and the Daryl Frederick family were Fourth of July dinner guests at, the Lawrence Frederick home. Suppar guests in the Kate Me- Kenna home Sunday were her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Herle Me- Kenna and Bridget of Edmond, Okla., and niece, Mrs. Jack Uhlenbake, Jane and Mary Lyn of Lee Summit, Kan., and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dunphy and Mary Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Al Grandgenett and daughter Diane of Manila and Sylvia Kamenski and son David of Omaha were Week fend Visitors in. the parental Richard Fetsti home. Louii ifthountk and Prank Cox who have been medical patients at the Mercy hospital in Port Dodge, have both returned home. Mr, and Mrs. Herle MeKenna and Bridget of Edmond, Okla., accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Jack Uhlenbake, Jane and Mary Lynn of Lee Summit, Kan., ar* rived Friday to visit their mother, who had surgery Thursday and their father who is in a nursing home in Fort. Dodge. The Herle McKennas returned home on the Fourth and Mrs. Uhlen- bake left Wednesday. First bathtub in the U.S. was installed in 1842 by Adam Thompson in Cincinnati. Lu Verne Ftfn eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee The Gfover Artnd«, Willlifm, visited their sort the Shermart Arends Sunday evening, fhetf granddaughter Joni who visited them since Friday, returned to her home. Mrs, Lena Hint, Herbert and Frances, were visited Sunday by their daughters and sisters, the Leonard Woods, Morris, Minn., the Marley Rushers, Bancroft; the Joe Underbergs and Bernard Millers. Fort Dodge. The Bert C. Ramum spent the weekend in Decorah. They went to the reunion of the C. L. Seim family, parents of Mrs. Ramus. A poMuek picnic Saturday evening at the Jam<* Mfcttory's had as guests the R. C. Wane's Joe Thorns, Bryce Wicketts, Mrs. Alma Madden. f ha Henry W!ll«y«, Sun City, suburb of Phoenix, Afit., are vto- ing friends in his home community. Mr. Wiliey, 74, left LuVerne in 1924 and was a policeman ait Seattle, Wash., until his retire^ merit. They also visited their daughter at Denver and a son. They were guests at James Trau- gers. Mr. Wiliey sold liis LuVerne won to Janies TraUger some years ago. . The Dr. John M. Skogme*, Cassandra, Kristine and Jennifer, Fort Dodge, visited in. Lu- Verne Saturday and attended the celebration. Dr. Skogmo is a former dentist in LuVerne. The Kenneth Rileys, Tammie and Harold, Columbus Falls, Momt, were Thursday overnight guests at Charles Hinz's. 1 1 ii in 1 1 1 1 1 HI HIM IN SURPRISE PICNIC A surprise picnic dinner was held at tha Log Cabin park Sunday, July 3, lor Henry Groh in honor of his birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Loeffler, Phillip Brdmann, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erdmann and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomp- Bode - Ottosen wedding Bode—Marlys Larson, daughter of the Gordon Larsons, Bode, and Charles Welter, son of the Charles Welters, Ottosen, were married at 7 p.m. at St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode, June 24. Mrs. Myron Redenius, Marengo, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Mrs. James Jacobson, also a sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. David Welter, son and boys and Mrs. Molly brother of the groom, was best Sehimp all of Belmond, Mr. and man > and steve Welter, Iowa Mrs. Albert Ausburn and family, cit y> cousin of the groom, was Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ausburn of attendant. Ushers were Edward Klenime, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Malmin, Ottosen, Russell Larson, Ausburn and family of Goodell 9 ode > Duane Thilges, West Bend Mr. and Mrs/Arthur Pringnitz of and'Richard Welter, Bode. Mrs. church. The Conrad Johnsons were dining room hosts. Mrs. Albert Thorsen and Mrs. Elmer Larson cut and served the cake. Mrs. Maurice Larson and Mrs. Donald Larson poured. Stephanie Legomarcina had the guest book. Mary-Martha circle of St. Olaf assisted in the reception. There were 15 from Osage, Iowa City, Springfield, Mo., Middletown, R. I., Fertile, Kiemme, Mallard, Garner, Gilmore City, Goldtield and other towns in this area. Mrs. Welter is attending the university of Iowa City. He is a 1966 graduate of the university and will work as.accountant with Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Jaeger and girls di Huihbolbl, Mrs. Molly Groh and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick and family of Livermore. Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip. I*>ren Larson, Rudd, was soloist. Lenox Co. at Marshalltown where Rooney and Miss Sue Strable of A reception was held in the the couple will live. Livermore trio unhurt in crash Friday BROKEN HIP Larry Wilson was taken to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Tuesday where more x-rays disclosed a broken hip which he suffered when he slipped and fell from the back of a truck several days previously. Wednesday surgery was performed and the hip was pinned. He is progressing satisfactorily but will have to remain in the hospital for a couple of weeks. Mr. Wila trucking busi- son operates ness. JULY 4th PICNIC The Neighborhood Card club held its annual Fourth of July picnic at the Log Cabin park, Monday, with a pot luck dinner at noon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Foth, Mr. Wilson, Mr. and and Mrs. Bill Mrs. Harold Gjerstad, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graf and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh. NEW DAUGHTER A baby girl, Gina Lennette, 6 Ibs. 14Va oz., was born Saturday, July 2 at the Lutheran hospital tefs, Mr. and Mrs, LeRoy Sharp, Phyllis and a friend of Minneapolis. • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zeimet and family of Boone came up over the holiday week end to help his father, John Zeimet, celebrate his birthday which is the 5th. Others who came for his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rutz and Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Ful- tertpn and H. W. Zeimet of Bancroft who came on Monday, the Fourth. A , "Welcome Back" picnic was held at the Log Cabin park Wednesday evening by members of the Methodist church in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Biesemeyer of LuVerne who will be their minister again for next year. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at Fellowship hall Thursday with Mrs. Duane Wood and Mrs. Harold Hauck as hostesses. Mrs. Carl Hanselman and Mrs. Adolph Koester gave the missionary lesson. Mrs. Henry Greh entertained her card club ; Tuesday at her home. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Bill Davis won high, Mrs. Bill Wilson low and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad travel. Larry Joiner, who is taking graduate work at the Missouri state Teachers college at Kirksville, spent the holiday week end ' in Fort Dodge to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson. This is their first child and grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Palmer and Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Schrieber of Livermore. Mr. Johnson is a mechanic at Anderson's garage. ihis parents, the Dale Join- UPW MEETS The United Presbyterian Women met at the church Wednesday for their regular meeting with Mrs. Norman Scott as hostess. Mrs. Lawrence Frederick conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Myron Dudley gave an article on the "Least Coin" and Mrs. John Olson gave a report on the meeting at Ames. NEW GRAND SON A baby boy, Thor Albert, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gale Wilson at Summerset, Calif., June 9. The baby lias a 4-year-old brother, Leif. Airs, Wilson is the former Lois Hogaiison and the baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, L^arry Wilson, Livermore. Mrs. George Penalds has returned from Rochester where ghe ha4 syrgery. The Harold Gronbfchs enjoy. ed a few days outing at Lake Okoboji over the holiday and were joined by their two daugh- Livermore — A Livermore mother, Mrs. Allen Sinclair, 38, and her two teen-age daughters. Christine 15, and Debra 13, sustained only bruises and lacerations when their car and one \ riven by Milton Ray Butzke, 19, Whittemore, collided at the junction of Highway 3 with Co. Road K on the north edge of Dakota City Friday evening. They were treated by a doctor and then allowed to go home. Investigating officers said Mrs. Sinclair, enroute east on Highway 3, made a left hand turn in front of the Butzke car, which was going west on High' way 3. The impact spun around the Sinclair car and toppled it into a deep ditch where is landed on its top. Butzke was not hurt and con tributecl his escape to the fact he had fastened his seat bell which he had just had installed last week. Charges may be filed pending further investigation by Hum Summer Purses PRINT AND PLAID Yard Goods • Gingham Yard Goods TIWY Kitchen Towels • Summer Hats • • Reg. $3.49 .NOW $270 Per Yard .NOW 39c Per Yard NOW 59e 3 for $100 . $100 MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE i-i^'i'i-iM i i i i i i 1 1 i i i i i i i i 1 i i i i i'i i-i i "MARK THESE DATES ON YOUR CALENDAR" THURSDAY, FRIDAY JULY 21-22 o - OF THE NEW LUVERNE CROP SERVICE 9 a.m. -5 p. FREE Watermelon BRING THE KIDS — ALL YOU CAN EAT GEORGE STUDER PRODUCTION MANAGER — Tissue Testing... Mr. Ron Gates, Smith-Douglas? agronomist, will be offering a FREE Tissue Testing service both days. He will determine plant food deficiencies in a growing plant. This method will help you make better decisions in your fer> Hliier program. BRING SEVERAL WHOLE STALKS OF CORN AND SOYBEANS FROM MORE THAN ONE AREA OF YOUR FIELD. Actual chemical analysis of your plants will be made. Soil Testing... Mr, Delmar McKay, Smith-Douglass representative, will be present to explain the new Soil Testing techniques. He'll show you new, advanced methods of soil testing — more accurate- Vied successfully in major cropping areas of Illinois and Indiana. Fine) the limiting factors in your fertilizer program. We'll show you more effective useage of the various plant foods, and help you get maximum yields for your •oil type. Chemicals... Mr. Norman LeVasseur, Smith-Douglass chemical expert, will give you the latest information on which agricultural chemicals are working most con- siftently in this area. He'll offer the outlook for new chemicals next year *nd tell you hew to assure getting the best performance for YOUR chemical dollar. Ii H i i i i 1 i i i ill M - DOOR PRIZES - LOTS OF FREE DOOR PRIZES NOTHING TO BUY — JUST REGISTER EITHER DAY RICHARD GRONBACH — GENERAL MANAGER — 1 .!| • • LuVerne Crop Service Phone 882-3334 "One Stop Service" LuVerne, Iowa • ; H-M.'M'H4 '"M I I 1 I 1 |j j j

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