Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1966
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L LuVerne girl is married LuVtrne — Mariann E. Schade, daughter of the James B. Schades, Lu Verne and Bode area, was married to Gary t. Bramer, son of the Max Bra- mors, Wausau, Wis.> The double ring service watt read June 11, in the St. Gertrude's Catholic church in Franklin Park, 111. The Rev. Hilary Laz officiated. Music was by Sister Donne. The bride was given in marri- vey Stetten, Shawno, Wis., and Virgil Smith, DCS Plaines, 111. A reception was held at Des brother, Bernard was hospitalized. age by her Schade who Matron of honor was Mrs. John Schade, Fort Dodge, sister-in-law of the bride. ;-, Best man was Lee Bramer, .of Fairmont, Minn., brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Eugene Schade, Fort Dodge; Har- Plaines, 111.- Guests were registered, by Mrs. Merle Beaston, of Chicago, 111. Hosts were the Harold Schullers, Freeport, HI She is a graduate of the Lu- Verhe high school and the Fort Dodge Community college. She is employed by Scandianvian Airlines in Chicago. He is a graduate of the Wausau, Wis. high school, and is employed by the North* Central Airlines as supervisor at O'Hare Field, Chicago. They took a trip to Denver and Colorado Springs, and are living- in Chicago. Guests were 'from Iowa, Illinois,; Wisomsin, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kentucky. T «L _ Tribune THURSDAY, AUG. 4, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE 4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE Auxiliary at LuVerne hears girl's report LuVerne — The Legion Auxiliary met August 1 at town hall in LuVerne with the new president, Mrs. Allen Blake, presiding. A junior member, Gretehen Zentner, also attended. , A report was given of,the recent celebration and the Auxiliary realized a profit of $227.40. They report the purchase of good used cupboards and sink for the kitchen in the new Legion building being remodeled. The report of the treasurer showed general fund $324.86 .and welfare fund $122.12. The "date.'of the September meeting is Sept. 6 in place of the 5th. The county Auxiliary meeting will be held Aug. 9 at Ledyard. Gretchen 'Zentner gave a report of Girls State at Cedar Falls. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Earl John and Mrs. Jack Guy. Hostesses were Mrs. Bryan Stewart and Mrsi Clif Bjustrom. er born Sunday at the Luth- sran hospital Fort Dodge. Mrs. janh, formerly Judith Naffzig- eir is the daughter of the Harry AT OPEN HOUSE Guests Sunday at John O teffzigers, Lann is at LuVerne. Sandra the home, of the grandparents here. Recent surprise callers at Billy Hirdcopf's • were her, brother he- John Werners, daughter Jackie, and an aunt, Mrs. Laabs, Belle Plain, Minn. They were enroute home from a vacation trip;;'..:: Y" • • ; Cox's were her sister the Oliver Windraths, Sibley. All went to Livermore for the 25th ahniver sary open house in the Methodist church for their sister the Dale Joiners. Evening guests o the Coxes were the Oliver Wind raths rand. Harold Hollar, Hum boldt, also a sister, an aunt, the Walter Christensens, of Hum boldt, and a cousin, Mrs. Bon nie Henderson, Fort Dodge. AT GUARD CAMP Leaving Saturday for 2 weeks in the National Guard at Cam] Ripley from LuVerne area wer Billy Miller, Daryl Ristau, Billy Wolf, Loren Wittmeier, John Kubly, Duane Hednen, Did Steal, Lowell Harmon, Eugen* Schade. M. Y. F, HAS PICNIC The James Mallorys, spon sors of the M. Y. F. of the Lu Verne Methodist church, were hosts at a picnic at their home Tuesday. They had completed bean walking on the M. L. Bai> ton farm two miles south of Lu- Verne, which is a project for the LuVerne Methodist church. The Marian Wegners, Lw- Verne, have a son John Ralph, 7 Ibs. 10 pz. born Monday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Wegner is the former Martha Schumaker, daughter of the Ralph Schumakers, Whittemore, Harlan is the son of Mrs. Sadie Wegner, LuVerne. The Richard BUkes, Sioux City, have their first child, a 6 Ib. 5 pz. son born Tuesday in Sioux City hospital. His name is Juan (Johnnie) Manuel. Richard is the son of the Allen Blakes and the baby is their first grandchild. The Marvin Broesders, Algona have their first child, a 10 Ib. 9 oz. daughter Tammy Lee born Monday at Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Broesder, formerly Virginia Lee Barton is the daughter of Mrs. Georgia Barton, Lu- Verne, and the late Ervin Barton. The Richard Irinns, Dakota City, Neb., formerly of Fort Djodge, have a 6 Ib. 4 o?. Mrs. Edward Ramus was a weekend guest of her ; son the Irvin Ramuses, Fort Dodge. A picnic at the Irvin Ramus home Sunday was for birthdays of Mrs. Edward Ramus, LuVerne, arid Mrs. Anne De Smit, Fort Dodge, mothers of the Irvin Ramuses. The Roland Lenies were Monday hosts for their son. the James Lenzes. Other guests were the Warren Lenzes and Randy, Corwith, and Henry Kin- B^ LuVerne J Evening visitors were the Luther Kinnes. James Lenz is home on furlough from Camp Eustis, Va., and reports to California Aug. 6 for further service in Viet Nam. A backyard barbeque Tuesday evening at Billy Hardcopf's home had as guests the crew of girls Mrs. Hardcopf sponsor' ed on a bean walking project. Girls were Laurie, Becky, Mi- Chele Coyle, Kris Meyer, Phyllis Block, Mary Daley, Anna Ma rle Bahmann and Raejean Hewitt. '• -.,, . •- '; The Raymond Wegners, Peoria, 111., Marvin Meyer, Ripley, HI., were weekend guests of Mr. Wegrier's sister the Harry Naffzigers. They came to take their mother Mrs. Catherine, Wegner to her home in Peoria after, a week's visit. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville was host Sunday to the Charles Wolfs, Fort Dodge and Hugh Shirks, LuVerne. The Wolfs have Just returned from some time in Europe with their daughter Betty, the Rev. Kenneth Wittenbergs, chaplain in service Mr. Wolf showed slides of their trip. The Thomas McNeilleys and three children, Houston, Texas, came Tuesday to visit her parents the Dennis Carrolls. They will visit his sister in Des Moines, a sister and two brothers in Fort Dodge. The Ronald Clarks, Iowa City will come for tho weekend at her parents the Dennis Carrolls. Richard and Ronald Smith of Iowa Falls, visited last week with their grandparents, the Lester Smiths. The Gerald Smiths came Sunday to Lester Smith's and took their sons home. The Donald Camersons, Eagle Grove, were Sunday callers at her brother the Lester Smiths. The Wayne Smiths visited Thursday to Sunday with liis parents the Lester Smiths. Mrs. WMma Tiede, Bukerville went to Cedar Rapids Tuesday to visit her daughter Jean, the Frances Pitliks. She will also visit Mrs. Grace Mosher in Central City while away. The ion of the Jerry Quebes, Iowa City, was baptized Chad Allen. The pastor, the Rev. R. J. Mueller of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church, officiated. The sponsors were Sheri Ramus, Lu- Verne, and Tim Blumer, Eagle Grove. Guests of the maternal grandparents the Allen Darbys, LuVerne, were the paternal grandparents, the Charles Que- bes, Corvyith, their daughter, Mrs. Pave Powell and Tracy, of Des Moines; the Rev. Muellers, Bert C. Ramuses, LuVerne, and Fred Hinzes, Livermore. The Richard H. Helmers, of Duncombe, have a son born July 23, at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Helmers is the former Ethel Byson, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Byson, Lu- Verne. The Don Meyers, Minneapolis, have their first child, a 6 Ib. son, Rodney Allen, born July 26. Mrs. Meyer, the former Carol Heise, is the daughter of the Arnold Heises, Corwith. Don is the son of the Harold Meyers, LuVerne. The baby was born on the birthday of his grandfather, Harold Meyer. Mrs. Clara McClellan, of LuVerne, is the great-grandmother. The Dawson Blacks, Dallas Center, were callers Thursday at Fred Merkle's. Mrs. Black and Mrs. Merkle were teachers together before their marriages. Mrs. Alma Madden went Wed* nesday for a few days with her sister Mrs. Alta Madden and friends at Ringsted. The Harold Hesviks and Richard Hesviks, Swea City, were Tuesday guests at James Mai lory's. Debra, 6, daughter of the Leonard Hansens, Irvington, came Wednesday to visit her grandparents the Walter Bierstedts. The Albert Schneiders, of Lu- Verne, and their daughter Janet, the Sanford Reeds, visiting here from West Cbvina, Calif ., spent the weekend in Slater with the Elmer Richardsons. The Reeds, Sue, Sammie and Sara, in their camper, are leaving for home this week. Mr. Reed and son fished in northern Canada and Mrs. Reed and girls were in Europe. They are teachers in West Covina. The Frank Johnsons, of Hum. boldt, and their guests the Roy Knieriems, Sacramento, Calif., were callers Thursday at Melvin Kubly's. The Skip Nielsens have returned from a trip in the Black Hills and South Dakota. The Herman Dettmans, Elgin, 111., came Monday to visit his cousin Mrs. Albert Schneider. The Melvin Kublys, their daughter Mrs. Marvin Meyer, Kathy and Jeff, the Frank Johnsons, of Humboldt, parents of Mrs. Kubly, spent the weekend at Lake City, Minn., with their son, the Larry Kublys. Mrs. Jack Genson, Rusty, Lane and Tracy, Richardson, Texas, came to visit her parents the Vernon Egglestons, LuVerne, and his parents at Spencer. The Vernon Davidsons and Kathy, Adel, were weekend visitors with his parents, the Ralph Davidsons. They came for the J, C. Fair at Mason City. Guests Sunday at Ralph David* son's were their three children and several of the grandchildren. They were Marvel, the Vernon Egglestons, LuVerne, Gordon Davidson, Luann, Burt; the Vernon Davidsons and Kathy, Adel, Mrs. Jack Genson, 3 children, Richardson, Texas; the Allen Thu family, Graettinger the Marlyn Gregersons and Jimmy, Rutland. The Jerry Quebes and son, Chad Allen, Iowa City, were weekend guests of her parents the Allen Darbys, LuVerne, and his parents the Charles Quebes Corwith. Mrs. Lena Him, sons Herbert and Francis, visited Mrs. Hinz's sister, Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Lu Verne, surgical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Cora Ross, Humboldt, her sister, Florence Hof, Fort Dodge, visited their brother Edward Hof Sunday at his daughter the Youth Fellowship met at the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church Thursday. Hostesses were Connie and Jane Schnetzer. Douglas and Dennis Marty had the lesson. Jane Schnetzer had the entertainment;! Coleen Schnetzer, Renwick, was! a guest. Sponsors are the Harry Naffzigers. Steven, 4, son of the Keith Vpsses, had a tonsil and adnoid operation Friday at the hospital at Britt. He is satisfactory. Mrs. Otto Wille was admitted to Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, for treatment. The Ray Reynolds, Ft. Dodge, vore pne-ts 01 the Max Block*. Mrs. Block is an aunt of Mrs. Reynolds. At Kennedy park, Fort Dodge, a picnic was held and attending were the Don Martys, Mrs. Ann Marty, the W. A. Martys, Kenneth Marty, the Melvin Martys, LuVerne; the Lawrence ^ r., ^ and Norman, Hardy; and Lena, Clara and Martha Elmer, Renwick. Clif Richardson, patient at the Britt hospital since July 24, had surgery July 29. He is reported satisfactory. .•••..; ; Mrs. Ernest Meyer, medical patient at Lutheran hospital, Ft Dodge, since July 20, had surgery there July 29. Mrs. Melvin Kubly, daughter Mrs. Marvin Meyer, attended'^ are-nuptial shower Thursday Jai' Humboldt. Honored was Sherry' Lenning, Humboldt, the bride- to-be of John Kubly on Aug. 21. The Eldon Martys and five children, Oxford, Neb., came on Friday to visit their parents the Edwin Martys, and Mrs. Clara McClellan. The Bill Wicketts and Steven were joined by her cousins the Frances Pitliks, of Cedar Rapids, for the weekend at Backbone park near Strawberry Point. The Milton Wilhelms had as guests Wednesday the Norman Larsons, Badger. The dinner was for birthdays of Mrs. Wilhelm and Mrs. Larson. They are twins, the former Jolene/ Joan Sanford. The Nek McClellans left Friday for San Diego, Calif., to visit his brother the Howard (Buift McClellans. The McClellan chil? dren, Craig, Pamela and Karen, are at Jack's sister the Harold Meyers during their absence. 50th wedding for Livermore pair observed Mrs. K. R. Lcffler and daughter of Baltimore, Maryland, Mr. and Mrs. George Swartz (the former Donna Leffler) of Atlanta, Ga., and son Gary of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Martin (Beryl). Grandchildren and their families, who came from away were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Faulkner of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Leffler farmed the ; present Kenneth Layton farm while in the Livermore area and then bought and ran a Hardware Store in Livermpre for several years before moving to Fort Dodge. Mrs. Richard Ferstl accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Al Grandgenett of Manilla to Rochester when she took their daugh ter Diane back after a month's vacation. Diane is taking Nurses Training at Rochester. They left on Sunday and returned home ^Monday evening. Mrs. Grand* genett went on to her home on Tuesday. Mi's'.; Marcia Berryhill and Mrs. Hazel Sanders attended the Merchandise Fair in Des Moines Sunday. '.Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kooker and Sandy of DCS Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Havlik and family of Sputherland, la., Mr. and Mrs. E.' N. Tow of Long Beach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morey of Whit- cjtter, Calif., Mrs. Flavia Morey and John of West Bend, Mrs. Hazel Morey of West Bend, all were recent visutors in the Harvey Morey home. Miss Joyce Morey left Sunday for Bakersfield, Calif, by bus. On Monday, Mr. and Mrs. James Morey left by car for San Francisco, Calif, where he is stationed on the U. S; S. Enterprise and his wife will live in San Fransisco. ., A boy 7 Ibs. 15 ozs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Monson, Monday July 25th at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. The other two children, Ruth and Phillip stayed at the home of an aunt the Orville Olsons while their mother was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. .Martin Miller spent last week in their home in Livermore but have returned to their place at Cass Lake where they will stay untill fall. Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Filth who have been living in Des Moines since their marriage in December have moved to a farm house near Rutland. He works for the Hoag Plumbing Co. at Humboldt and she is employed a Agrico. Mrs. Katherin Reed of Santa Monica, Calif, visited former neighbors and friends on Thursday and Friday of last week being a house 'guest at the J. F, Hamm home. Dinner guests in the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz Sunday in honor of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen and two children of Union Grove. Wis. who have been visiting relatives here the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wild en and three grandchildren of Owatonna, Minn, (a sister), Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramus of Des Moines, (a brother, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Darbey of LuVerne another sister. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus and family of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Elwiin Ellston and 2 children of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Andersen and family spent hist week on a vacation trip to Minn, where they camped at Lake Winnibigashish several days and also spent a couple of days in Minneapolis on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney kept their little 2 year old granddaughter Diane, while her parents and two small brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Max Grover, of Rowley went on a vacation trip to Minnesota and the Dakotas. Noble Harris burned one of his hands on a "live" wire Friday afternoon while running some electric wiring over to the new Farmer's Elevator Office. Mrs. Haiti Sanders and her son and family the Joe Sanders family of Fort Dodge, went to Nevis, Minn. Friday to spend some time in their cabin that they have there. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Cottington of Council Bluffs visited her father, the Ernie Logues and other relatives over the weekend. They had come to attend the wedding of his niece, Cyn- thia Rolland on Sunday afternoon at Bode. Their son Jeff was a member of the wedding party. David and Robert Burns, of Council Bluffs, will be returning home next Sunday after the summer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mertz, who will be taking them back. Mr. and Mrs. Addie Kaas and family, of Rockford, 111., and Sister Mary Imogene O. S. F., of North Buena Vista, Iowa, visited at the John Mertz home over the weekend. 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