Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1966
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•wwWflW WwnMII Mi Wh MrtMay LuVern* — Mrs. Olla Godfrey, Hte-loiig LuVerne resident, who hid her 95th birthday July 11, received telephone calls. A call from Dover, Dela. from grand- Son Dwayne Godfrey, son of Glen Godfrey, Des Moines, Also from Mesa, Ariz, from two daughters of Mrs. Godfrey, Blanche, Mrs. C. C. Anderson, and Florence Godfrey. Island, near Kansas City, visited his brothers the George Schnet- befs, LuVerne, and the Elmer Schnetzers, Renwick. Th« Elwin ClUtofift, DM Moines, visited Sunday with the Gerald Ramuses, brother of Mrs. Ellston. Mrs. Allan Blake took their son Robert for a week at the Methodist Youth Camp at Okoboji Monday. The Duane Greenes, station* ed in El Paso, Texas, came Sun,day for a furlough with their I parents the William Greens at Th« James Maltorys visited on Humboldt and her parents the Sunday in Waverly with her aunt and uncle, the Verne Heines. Th« Wayne Atkinsons, Margaret and John, Marion, Ind., visited Gordon Davidson at Burt and the Ralph Davidsons, Lu- Verne over the weekend. Mr. Atkinson and Gordon Davidson were war buddies. Mrs. William Shoenrock and Debra, St. Paul, visited her parents the bei'c Kiohidt,etj idai week. The Hugh Shirks _went _to Royal Monday to visit her parents the Clair Joneses and her sister the Kenneth Chamberlains. Mrs. Marie Maass has been at her cottage at the Evangelical United Brethren Camp at River- raits, mr a LuVerne view park, Bible conference. Mrs. Marie Maass, and Mrs. Lawrence Marty, Hardy, are delegates to the convention of the W.S.C.S. at the camp site at Rivet-view Park, Cedar Falls, this week. The Lester Smiths were in Iowa Falls Friday visiting their daughter Sharon, the Gary Ites family. Mrs. Ernest Meyer is in the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, since July --check-up. Fred Goetsches LuVerne. She is the former Darlene Goetsch. He will report to west coast for foreign assignment after furlough. The John Vossess Jr., and son, the Keith Vosses were Sunday guests of their son the Delmer Vosses in Eagle Grove for the birthday of their father John Voss, Jr. The Robert Dugans, called at Ralph Davidson's Sunday. i ne Merntt Ernmiher and Fred, Wagner, S. D. visited Mrs. Ettimiller's aunts, Sara and Luella Blumer and uncles, Peter and Fred Blumer. Mrs. Walter Bierstedt took Mrs. Augusi J. t'ergaiide to Tribune THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1964 PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 Donald Youngwirth. She is the granddaughter of the Bonnie Ellifritzes, LuVerne, niece of Mrs. Dimler, LuVerne, and Mrs. Vaughan of Ldvermore. BACK FROM HAWAII The Robert Dei biers, Michael 17, Patricia 15, Robin 13 and Lance 10, came Friday to visit Mrs. Anne Smith, mother of , „., ,. ~, i i ,-„ Mrs. Deibler. the former Bev- for Eldon H. Oberhelman, 58, i erly Smith they just returned were held Tuesday at the Lu- by boat from ^ Tee years in Verne Zion Ev. Lutheran church, Hawaii. "Bob" Deibler comes Services held at LuVerne for E. Oberhelman LuVerne — Funeral services with the Rev. R. T. Mueller of- ficating. Singers were Mrs. Jerry Stille and Mrs. Harold Meyer with organist Mrs. R. T. Mueller. Attendants were Lester Hinz Walter Hinz, Fred Goetsch, Harold Ristau, Lee C. Wittmei«r. <\1- Storm Lake Friday where Mrs. j bert Hefti. Burial was in the Lu- Pergande visited a friend, Mrs.! Verne cemetery with the Blake Ed Rydstrom, seriously ill in a hospital there. The James Avitts, Des Moines Funeral Home in charge. EldOn A. Oberhelman was born April 20, 1908 at Manson, visited her aunt the John Vosses son of Henry and Emma Ober- Jr. Saturday. Their son David, returned home with them after a week here. Dorranco Thomas, of St. Paul, visited his parents the Bert Thomases Sunday. The James Ma I lor ys and her mother, Mrs. Alma Madden, attended the wedding of Jane Ann „. . - Struecker and Vernon Arthur 20 for x-rays and i Wilberg Saturday. The 8 p.m. 1 service was in the Immanuel helman, Manson and died at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge from a heart attack. Survivors include three brothers and three sisters. Arthur and Lawrence Oberhelman, Corwith, Norman Oberhelman, Renwick; Mrs, Dale Falb, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Robert Will and A* /* * B I 1 »*^*- vrua xii n ~ eor 9' a Barton, son, the i Lutheran church in Lotts Creek Bartons, daughter Alice j w ith the Rev. A. E. Vehling of- Ann were over Sunday visitors With Mrs. Barton's sister, the LaVerne Jeffers, Whitewater, Wis., and their son the George Jeffers, Milwaukee. Returning Monday they visited the Dells and Little Brown church at Nashua. Howard Wide and daughter Joyce, Rock Island, El., came Saturday for the weekend with his parents the Otto vvnies. Howard, driver of a cross country semi trailer, was enroute to Sioux City Monday for a load. Bryce A. Wickett was a weekend visitor at his home. He is a hail aajUstor ana spent last week at Independence. Mrs. Myron May, Kathy, Jerry, Barbara, Maray, ana ivUo. may c, brother, Kerry Becker, of New London, called in the Win. Bigings home Saturday evening. Mrs. May is the former editor of the LuVerne Trioune, now published by the Algona Advance. The bale Schnetzers, of Blue MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE Lawson Hardware LuVerne, Iowa from Pennsylvania where his family live. He has 26 years army service and still serving. He leaves for Columbus, Miss, after the month's furlough. DATE SMORGASBORD The Methodist W.S.C.S has purchased a Westinghouse electric roaster and skillet. The annual fall smorgasbord is dated Sept. 29. A reception for teachers of LuVerne high school is planned for mid-September. The Marvin Meyers had their son, baptized Jeffrey Tonjes July 24 in the St. John Lutheran church in Corwith. The pastor the Rev. Paul C. Lutz officiated. Sponsors were the paternal aunt and uncle the George Kap- pels of Steamboat Rock. Guests were the George Kappels, the College Honors Mrs. Roland Lenz, LuVerne. He j Rev and Mrs. Lutz, paternal was preceded in death by his grandparents the Tom Meyers parents and one sister. ficiating. The Burdette Churchill's daughter Joan, Remer, Minn., daughter the Roger Olsons and son James Churchill, Minneapolis, were weekend guests of Mrs. Churchill's mother Mrs. Anne Smith. The Eldon Martinsons, Dayton were Saturday visitors at John Voss's Jr. Mrs. Alma Madden, LuVerne, her sister Mrs. Alta Madden, Ringsted, visited Tuesday to Thursday in Waukee with Mrs Alma Madden's daughter Joan. the Howard Boyers, Becky am David. The Marvin Redings spent the weekend at Clear Lake. Mrs. Laura Zweifel and Mrs. Faye Lichty visited Mrs. Zweifel's aunt, Mrs. Mary Sorensen, Algona, at St. Ann hospital, Al- goiia Wednesday. Mrs. Sorensen went Thursday to live at the Good Samaritan Home, Algona. Lynn Hanselman, employed in Fort Dodge, is on two weeks vacation with her parents the Edwin Hanselmans. Her twin sister Laurie Hanselman, stu- Quaker Oats in Fort Dodge. Mr. ATTEND FUNERAL The Elmer Kublys. parents the Henry Kublys, Mrs. Lester Smith were in Fulda and Avoca, Minn., Thursday for the funeral Joan Aukland 5, daughter of the John Auklands. Joan was crushed to death when a water tank t'ell from a rack. Burhl was in the Restland Memorial Garden at Slayton, Minn. Survivors included her parents, two sisters, Marcia 13 and Jean 7, also her grandmother Mrs. Emma Kubly, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Aukland is the former Helen Kubly. The Auklands lived in Goldfield before moving to Minnesota. LuVerne math major Bernard Schade, with a chemistry of Mrs. Neat's recent birthday. They went to Marion, to visit a granddaughter Beth, the William Goodrich's and Mary Kathleen. They went to Cedar Rapids to see Sound of Music. They visited the Norwegian Miies'um near Decorah and the Clocks at Spillville. Theodore Sehambers, 16, Lake View Terrace, near San Fernando, Calif., is spending the summer at his great uncle the Carl Swansons. Wilford Berryhill, Saudi Arab, ia has arrived to join his wife and two sons spending the summer here with her parents the Frank Gronbachs and brother the Richard Gronbachs. He will also visit his mother, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill at Livermore. Good Will club had a potluck picnic Thursday at the town park. The entertainment was by Luella Blumer and Mrs. Howard Swanson. The Septem- her 15 meeting will be at Mrs SOAP MAKERS — A cooperative effort of the family of Mrs. value Zahner, Bennett, in one day recently made 230 pounds of soap. The recipe has been in her family for many years and s a favorite of her family and friends. PISHING — Terry Cook, 15, and Dick Duhn, 13, of Spirit Lake, had 26 Bluegills to show off when they returned from an hour of fishing recently on East Okoboji Lake. LILIES — One regal lily in the garden of Mrs. Frank Quig ley, Belmond, displayed 35 beautiful blossoms this month. A beautiful sight! New Hampton, maternal grandparents the Melvin Kublys, Lu- Verne, great grandparents, the Frank Johnsons, Humboldt, great aunt and uncle, the Peter Rubergs, Fort Dodge. Dennis and Melvin M*rtv, sons of the Melvin Martys, their cousin, Norman Marty, son of the Lawrence Martys, of Hardy, attended a Convocation camp at Estes Park, Colorado, July 20 to 26. Trip was made by bus and 2,000 youth attended. The Andrew Hansens, Mark and Marilyn, Union Grove, Wis., came for a weeks vacation. They are guests of Mrs. Hansen's sister the Fred Hinz's in Liver- minor, senior at Upper Iowa University, Fayette, this fall, has for the fourth year been a recipient of an academic scholarship. He has also received word from the university that the mathmatic department has a- wardecl him a math assistantship for the third successive year. He plans to graduate in the spring of 1967. He is the son of the James Schades former LuVerne residents. Weekend guests of Mrs. Faye jchty were the Micky Bakers lason City. They were guests Saturday of the Sherman Arnds. WILL BE MARRIED Announcement has been made of the engagement and approch- ing Aug. 21 wedding of Dorothy Lenoa, Fort Dodge, and Luke F. Erpelding. Parents are the Herman Hunts of Auburn, and William Erpeldings, Oelwein, formerly of LuVerne. She is a graduate of Lake View Auburn high School. She attended C. E. extension Business College in Omaha. She is now employed by more. Hinzes Guests Sunday of the were the William Ramus's, Des Moines, Lewis Wildens Owatonna, Minn., Allen Darbys, LuVerne. Mrs. Hansen is the former Vera Ramus, daughter of the late William Ramuses, Sr., LuVerne. Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston had as guests her grandson, Lt. J. G. and Mrs. Roland Eggleston Sat- W.S.C.S. met July 20 at the church with Mrs. Dale Zentner presiding. Hostesses were Mrs. James Mallory, Mrs. R. C. Wai- line, Miss Myrtle Jordan, Mrs Howard Smith, Mrs. Gerald Ramus Devotions were by Mrs Clif Bjustrom and lesson by Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer. Vaca tion will be held by Circles 1, 2 3 and Evening Star in August. Word was received Wednes day of the death of Mrs. Myrtle Trauger, in late sixties, follow ing a stroke at Riverside, Calii Funeral services and burial too! place there Friday 9:30 a.m She is survived by her husban Guy A/ Trauger, longtime res dent of LuVerne and Ldvermor area. He is now living at the Westview Retirement Home in Britt, Also surviving are two daughters and one son. Stepchildren are Leonard Trauger Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Robert urday. Both have now conclud- i Bierma, Havelock, N. Carolina, Merlin Trauger, Rothville, Misouri, James Trauger, Livermore and Harold Trauger, Lu- Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — We wish to say "Thank you" to all relatives and friends who i sent cards, gifts and the kindnesses to my family at home while Jennifer Ann was in the hospital at Iowa City. Jennifer Ann and the Clem Stripling family. 59*. CARD OF THANKS — We Want to thank the Livermore, Bode and Algona Fire Departments and all the others who helped during the fire. Also for the food that was brought in. We" appreciated very much. Family. these kind deeds The Ray Kohlhaas 59* ,- 4-H News WESLEY BOY'S 4-H Wesley Boy's 4-H club met at John Muehe's July 13. The act- ng president, Tony Muehe, appointed a committee to work on obs to earn money. Duane Kunr kel told of the club tour. Leonard Becker and Duane Kunkel *ave talks on Career Day. John Siley and Leonard Becker told about the trip to camp. Tony Muehe, Mark Muehe and Roger Muehe gave demonstrations. Mark Muehe had recreation. Mrs. Muehe served lunch. Jerry Martinek is reporter. FOR SALE 20" Lawn Mower Reg. $39.95 Now $35.95 Lawson Hardware LuVerne, Iowa TOMORROW WANT AD TODAY! TRY A WANT AD IN THE 1 Kossuth County Advance 'The Papei with Shopper Coverage and Newspaper Readership dent nurse at Lutheran hospital Erpelding graduated from Des Moines, came for the week-! LuVerne high school, has end. DIVIDEND NOTICE On July 22, 1966, Directors of Iowa Public Service Company declared a quarterly dividend of 30c per share on the Common Stock, payable September 1, 1966, to stockholders of record August 5, The regular quarterly dividends on the 3.75%, 3.90% and 4.20% Cumulative Preferred Stocks were declared payable September 1, 1966. to stockholders of record August 5, 1966. IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY E. M. RAUN CHAIRMAN Or THE BOARD army service and is now ployed by Reding Gravel the had a teaching career at LeMars after he retired from 12 years Navy service. He now goes to San Diego, Calif., where he will re-enlist and wait for further orders. The Charles Nygaards, The Earling Lunds and Mark of Cambridge, 111., were weekend Excavating in Algona. uests of cousins the R. C. Wai- lines. Mark Lund who has two years of medicine went toRoch- em- of Wesley, and Robert Cham- and ester, Minn,, to be interviewed for internship after school is completed. The Dale Batemans. three daughters Custola, 111., were weekend guests of his aunt the Earl Neals. Mr. Bateman is county agent there and they were enroute to the Dakotas. Recent overnight guests at Earl Neal's were Ivan Arbogasts, Saybrook, 111. Mrs. Arbogast is a sister of Earl Neal. The Otto Lawsons, LuVerne, brother the Harvey Lawsons, Renwick, were in Trego, Wis., July 24 at a park there for a family reunion. W. C, Saxby, Kansas City Kan. is a guest of his daughter the Hank Gregorys. Mrs. Saxby is a chaperone for the National Honey Queen, Beverly Gibbs, Kansas City, on a tour to Green Bay, troit, Mich. Wis., Chicago, De- Mrs. Alta Madden, Ringsted, came Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Alma Madden. She returned home Friday. CLASSMATES MEET Mrs. John Voss., Jr., on Friday lad a one o'clock luncheon. Guests were members of their class of 1931 who were not here for the recent were the John reunion. Taylors, They Colorado Springs, Colo., the former Jean Jennings; Mrs. Walter Kraft, Renwick, the former Margie Sidney; Mrs. Charles Hanselman, formerly Dorothy Mae Lindebak, and Mrs. Fay Harmon, former Bernadell Ristau, Mrs. Andrew Han p ^n. lin- ion Grove, Wis., formerly Vera Ramus did not arrive until Saturday. She will meet the Lu- Verne classmates this week. )ers came to visit their nephew and cousin. James Lenz, stationed at Fort Cutus, Va., since April arrived n Des Moines Saturday for a furlough. His wife Mrs. James Lenz, formerly Suzie Blake, and her parents, the Allen Blakes, met him. He will visit his parents the Roland Lenzes. "Jim" reports August 6 at Oakland, Calif., for assignment to Cantho, Viet Nam. The R. C. Wallines and daugh ter Sandra, Ames were weekend guests in Iowa City of Mrs Walline's sister, the J. C. Claus- sens. Other guests were the women's parents, the Frank Swanson's of Osco, 111. It was birthdays of Sandra Walline and her grandfather Frank Swanson ATTEND WEDDING The Bonnie Ellifritzes, Ralph Dimlers, LuVerne and Mrs. Jaspar Vaughan, Livermore, attended the wedding of Linda Lee Youngwirth, Eagle Grove and Jerry Blaine Tokheim, Gilmore City, Saturday at the Corpus Christi Catholic church in Fort Dodge. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Bonnie Lee Youngwirth, Fort Dodge, anc were daughters, the Stoakes family, Fort Verne. Recent visitors with their parents, the Carl Swansons, William Wayne, [nd., and the Glen Schwarck's, Whitten. The Stoakes family toured Yellowstone park and then returned here before returning home. The Genard Townes, Manson took her parents the Earl Neals for a weekend trip as a courtesy FOR SALE USED WASHERS — DRYERS —RANGES Lawson Hardware LuVerne, Iowa 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 Wtdnetday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 WHAT ABOUT FERTILIZER IN A pRy THAT IS THE MOST IMPORTAN/T TIME TO USE" FERTIt.IZ.ER/ YOU HAVE LIMITED WATER- TO STRETCH INTO AS MAN/ BUSHEtS AS YOU CAN. THE UNlVERSlTy OF MISSOURI HAS SHOWN IT TAKES ONLY >/4- AS MUCH WATER TO 6ROIV A BUSHEL. OF CORM ON A HIGH FEtiTIUTy SOIL AS ON A LOW FERTILITySOIL. THE PLANT ROOTS 6O PEEPER AND ARE MORE EFFICIENT / COMPARE; LOW - FHRTILiry 21,000 6/ku - I BUSHEC ROOTS USED WATER IN TOP 2* FT, YIELD-20 BUSHELS r HIGH ^ "FERTIUT/ < <-. * £600 OAU- I BUSHEL ROOTS USEP WATER ' PPWN BE LOW 4 FT. -80 BUSHELS ^;issg^s=;gsigi^ SEE US FOR CLEAN, GREEN SMITH-POU61ASS' IT 15 RICHARD GRONBACH, Mgr Phone 882-3234 LuVerne Crop Service lyVerne Accidents don't always happen to the other fellow .... When you least expect it, tragedy can strike your farm. That's why you can never be too careful about safety. It doesn't take lonp 1 for new hazards to arise: loose bolts, accumulated rubbish, cracked ladder rung, torn jacket. Now is the time to check and double check, before it's too late. 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