Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 BLOCK REUNION , Weekend guests of the Blocks were her brother the A. W. Pectes and Junior, Atlanta, % Monday they went to Pequot Lakes, Minn., to visit a son. A reunion was held Sunday at the Block home and present were the Al Kohls, Ames, Ad Zeiglefs, Clarion, Roy Reynolds, Fort Dodge; William Pechs, Swea Ci- y; and Lewis V.. Blocks. Pink and blue shower held at LuVerne A pink and blue shower honored Mrs. Duane "Heinen Monday evening at Mrs. Dennis Holmes's, with assisting hostesses Norma Heinen and Connie Schnetzer. Guests were Mrs. Clem Stripling, Mrs. Fay Harmon, Mrs. Sherman Arends, Mrs. Bryce A. Wiokett, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. L. B. Shclton; Mrs. Heuir en's mother Mrs. LaVerne Bosworth and Mrs. Dottie Brown, of Corwith; Mr. Hcinen's mother Mrs. Herman Heinen and his aunt, Mrs. William Steil, of Lu- Verne. Mrs. Duane Heinen is the secretary of the LuVerne school. They live; in Corwith and she commutes daily. Engaged Shower given at LuVerne for bride-to-be LuVerne — A pre-nuptial shower was given in the LuVerne Zion Evangelical Lutheran church for Sherry Lenning, of Humboldt. Daughter of the Lloyd Leanings, she will be married to John Kubly, son of the Melvin Kublys, LuVerne, Aug. 21. Hostesses were Mrs. L. C. Wittmeier, Mrs. Fay Harmon, Mrs. Andrew Marty, Mrs. Marvin Meyer, LuVerne; Mrs. Peter Ruberg, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Rob- . ert Merchant, Livermore; Mrs. made of the marriage April 23, ton business college. , Duane Neals, visited Sunday at Mary Daley visited Thursday the Rotary Ann home in Eagle and Friday with Connie Sanford Grove with Mrs. Gladys Genrich, at Hamilton business college in Mason City. Miss Daley went for tests at Hamilton where she is now enrolled. Mary brought Connie home for the weekend. The girls are 1966 graduates of the LuVerne high school. Grace Lichty, M. L. Barton, and Edward Hof. The Rev. William Reddel, of Frawley, Calif., Walter Reddel, Bloomington, Minn., brother Harold Reddel, Wesley, and bro- The Russell Christensens, of ther-in-law Lawrence Oberhel- Humboldt, visited Sunday with man, Corwith, visited at Henry her parents the Duane Neals. The Ralph Davidsons were AID PLANS DINNER Aid of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church met in the church Aug. 4, with Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman presiding. Hostess was Mrs. Hugh Shirk. A report was given by Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and Mrs. Daryl Fisher of the LWML convention at Okoboji Aug. 1-3. Plans were made for serving the dinner for the Lu- Verne Co-operative elevator on Aug. 16. Auction was held. The guests were Mrs. Harold Ristau and daughter. LuVerne — The Harold Ris- taus announce the engagement of their daughter Carol Jean listau to Eldred Easterhaus. His Barents are the Harold Easter- muses, Salisbury, Mo. She is a unior at North. West Missouri itate at Maryville. He is employ- sd at F. H. A. office in Mary- /ille. No date has been set for he wedding. Mrs. Alma Madden went Saturday to visit at Waukee with her daughter Joan, the Howard Boyers, Becky and David. The Ray Agards returned on Wednesday from a three weeks trip to the west coast, visiting relatives. The Harold Traugers left on Thursday for a few days vaca tion in the camper. At the Trau ger grocery are their sons, Dean and Daryl Trauger and Florence Mrs. George Studer. The Walter Bierstedts were in Married Sunday visitors at Jack Camelin's, Corwith. The Lewis Merkles were weekend visitors in St. Paul with her parents, the Henry Geises. The Milton Worbys, Rochester, Minn., were weekend visitors at his brother Joseph Worby's. LuVerne — Announcement is Harold Klasse, Renwick. of Merlin Schneider, Reno, Nov., Kubly's. The Reddels are sons of the late Gustave Reddels long time LuVerne farmers. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — I wish to express my sincere thanks to The Clif Richardsons visited all relatives and friends for th Sunday in Algona at their dau-j cards, letters and kind expres ghter Mrs. Frances McVay's. isions while I was hospitalized. LuYerne soldier on way to Yiot Nam LuVerne — James Lenz left by bus from Mason City Friday for Oakland, Calif., for duty in Viet Nam. He completed further training at Camp Eustis, Va. He spent his furlough with his wife Suzie at the parental Allen Blake's and his parents the Roland Lenzes, near Lu- Verne. Mrs. Lenning, mother of the son of the Albert Schneiders, bride-elect, served punch and LuVerne, to Charlotte, the dau- Mrs. Frank Johnson, Humboldt, ghter of the Charles Falleys of grandmother of the bridegroom, Reno. The marriage took place = poured. Assisting with the gifts in a Lutheran church there and j were Becky Klasse, Renwick, and they will make their home there, j college stadium. Their son Don I i received his MA degree in art \ and education. Greg, 9, son of the Don Bjustroms, returned with his grandparents for a vis- The Earl Neals, their son the Clif Richardson. 63 COUNCIL MINUTES TOWN OF LUVEJNI COUNCIL MINUTES July 27, 19«« Council met in special session to near any objections on the budget. Mayor- Mallory presided with Council- lin Gronbach, Zentner, Nielsen, and Lawson present. Dennis Holmes was appointed to fill the acancy left by Councilman Strand, and took the oath of office. The budget was accepted as advertised. It was vdted to join the Kossuth Co. Civil Defense Program. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauqer, Town Clerk August 1, 1966 Council met ir> regular session, with Mayor Pro Tern Gronbach presiding. Councilmen present: Holmes, Zentner, The following . ftiH ::" lames Mollory 0. Emp. Sec. Cornm. Sunday DX Treos. of State ,—ii- Hurtis Chopin -. Bertie Romus Holland C. Wollirw --•Harold Tfdiugef -Fred Goetsch Curtis Chopin — 1. P. S. Co. ---N. W. Sell Telephone League of la. Murf. -Advance Pub. Co. ' -.-Marie Jackson Nielsen's DX Sanford Plbg. — Ft. Dodge Asphalt Co. Fred Goetsch -. Chapin Shoe Repair _. Howard JefgenS LuVerne Ins. Agency Forrest Gilmore LuVeme Ins. Agency -. State Hygienic Lab. .. LuVerne Bldg. Co. ...-_. Lowell's Station 921, 28SO 215114 15»3 37.00 71.42 I3.V5 51/66 :.. 13.90 219.00 175.00 10.00 50.00 57.30 30.00 ... • 268.71 ::: ^ . 35*0 53.-10 Lawson was awarded the water . mdir> contract to Duane Neal's. • Motion to adjourn. .. . H G. Trauger. ToWn, .Clerk Recepits for July, 1966 General Streeit Mun. Ent. Utilities "oad Use Tax Sewer 350.00 3.00 15.00 1004.75 375.11 227.02 TOTAL --$ 1969.88 Published in the Alaoha Kossuth County Advance, Algona, lo\vo,. Aucj. 11, 1966. •;?:• 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:OC fa 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 The Fred Merkles were week end guests of the Paul Vetters Lake Park. Mr. Vetter was rear ed in the home of Mrs. Merkle's parents. Mrs. W. Dale Brayton, chil dren, Sheffield, visited Wednes Spencer Thursday for a smorgas bord for dealers of Sar seed. A meeting followed the dinner. Mr. representative in day with her parents the Frank Bierstedt is this area. The Legion Auxiliary Aug. 1 voted to again send a LuVerne girl to Girls State June, 1967. Gretchen Zentner was the 1966 delegate to Cedar Falls in June. The Laurel Bentleys, Dawn Gronbachs. Mary Beth Merchant, Livermore. GET-TOGETHER HELD Mrs. Ida Sanford, her three daughters, Kathleen, Mrs. Walter Keil and daughter Patty, 13; Barbara, Mrs. William Gerhard, funster, Ind.; and Geraldine, Mrs. Carl Wright, Dennis and Diane, Rancho Cardova, Calif., visited August 1-2 at the Jess Lindebak's. Mrs. Sanford and the late Archie Sanford were longtime residents of LuVerne. A son Willard lives in Minnesota. Mrs. Sanford lives with the daughters. A get-together of cousins was held at the Lindebak home Monday. Present were Mrs. Irwin McGowan and son Jim, Clear Lake; Mrs. Allmon Hovick, Mrs. Norman Larson, Mrs. Melvin Melling, Badger; Mrs. James Trauger, Kathy and Larry, Livermore; the Wayne Sanfords, Edward Lindebaks Duane Neals, Milton Wilhelms and Charles Hanselmans, of Lu Verne. Callers were Mrs. Arthur Dimler, Mrs. Earl Neal,,Mrs. Cla it. Mrs. Harry Naffiiger, Saturday accompanied her daughter Judy, Mrs. Richard Lanns, and new daughter, Shelly Louise, born at Lutheran hospital, Fort )odge, to their home in. Dakota Hity, Neb. Mrs. Lann was at the faffziger home convalescing. Sandra Lanns, also at the Naff- iger home, returned with tlhem. The Wayne Sanfords, her par- | nts the Fred Baumgartners vis- ted Sunday in Mason City with 's sister, Mrs. Minnie Dick- They took their daughter Connie Sanford back to Hamil- The Alvin Webers were recently visited by their three sons. They are the Jerry Webers, Skip and Scott, Burnsville, suburb of Minneapolis; Charles Webers, Cedar Rapids; and LeRoy Webers, LuVerne. Mrs. Laura Zweifel and Mrs. Faye Lichty, LuVerne, Mrs. Hat- ra' McClelian,'Mrs: -baura fel, Mrs. Beata Tew. e. and Phil, Fairficld, were Tues-,tie Lichty, St. Petersburg, Fla,, day visitors at Phil C. Lichty's. visiting here, her sister Mrs. Es- They were enroute home from ther French, of California, took a vacation in Minnesota. They a trip to Chicago and Elmhurst, stopped Wednesday to visit her' father Phil C. Lichty at the Rotary Ann home, Eagle Grove. REUNION IS HELD Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston had as weekend guests her daughters Beulah and Doris Eggleston, of Des Moines. Also guests Saturday to Monday were her grandson, Et. 1st Class Nelson and Mrs. Eggleston, and two daughters, of Virginia Beach, Va. He is with the atomic submarine Scorpion. A picnic was held at The Lynn A. Tobeys, Debra and Richard, of New Riehland, Minn., visited Monday and Tuesday with the Bert Thomases. Mr. Tobey was the M and St. L station agent here several years ago. Mrs. Delia Burgess and Terry visited Monday and Tuesday at the home town of Perry. Mrs. Herman Struecker, Fairmont, her daughter Mrs. Edna Johannesen, of Bancroft, were Wednesday guests of Mrs. Alma Madden. The Charles Heinkels, her mother, Mrs. Sula Frantz, visited Wednesday in Hampton with their son, the Galen Heinkels. The Clarence Nielsens were in Des Moines Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Esther Addy. Mrs. Addy is convalescing from recent surgery. Edward Hof entered the Rota ry Ann rest home in Eagle Grove Tuesday to make his home. Mrs. Mabel Homann and Mrs Alta Madden, Ringsted, were Thursday guests of Mrs. Alma Madden, sister of Mrs. Alta Mad den. The Harold Davises, Mason Ci ty, were Tuesday guests of th< Clarence Nielsens. Mrs. Davi and Mrs. Nielsen are sisters daughters of the late C. P. Han sens, longtime LuVerne resi dents. The Jerry Briggses and Julie, Des Moines, who visited Mrs. Briggs' mother Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, left to make their home in Whittier, Calif. Mrs. Briggs is the former Elaine Rockwood. Charles Boyle, Excelsior, Minnesota, called Tuesday at Arthur Dimler's. He is known here as the son-in-law of the late Mrs. Nettie Von Draska. Guests last week at Alvin Weber's were their grandsons Skip and Scott, Burnsville, Minn. Their parents, the Jerry Webers, came to take them home. The LeRoy Webers brought the boys here after attending a Twins 111., Friday for a week's visit. an aunt the Charles Nygaard's, They went to attend the wedding -Wesley. Present were his sister Aug. 6 of Karen Lichty, daugh- the W illiam Koesters, Sioux Center of the Evan Lichtys, of Elm- ter . cous i nS) the Jim Blocks, of hurst. She is the granddaughter, Rolfe . the Marlyn Gregersons, of Mrs. Hattie Lichty and the R. ut iand; Mrs. Jack Genson and ate Lee H. Lichty. Mrs. Zweifel children, Richardson, Texas; the fill visit her son at O'Hare Field three children of the Allen Thus, nd also other relatives the Don Graettinger; the Cecil Glawes, of \ Lichtys, Robert Lee Lichtys jCorwith, and Vernon Egglestons nd a daughter Virginia and of LuVerne, Mrs. Eggleston and daughters. They were also surprised with phone calls from his uncle, Bob Eggleston, Jykell Island, Ga., and Nelson's brother Rollin Eggleston, in service a* San Diego, Calif. amily of Mrs. Hattie Lichty. The Ernest Vanseluses, Shell Lake, Wis., visited last week vith their daughter the Otto Lawsons. The Lawsons took hem home Saturday. Mrs. Lawon Sunday attended a reunion if her high school class. The Dennis Holmes spent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting he Effigy Mounds and at Dubuque. The Allen Blakes, son Robert, daughter Mrs. James Lenz, were n Sioux City Sunday to visit ;heir son, the Richard Blakes. They saw new son Juan (Johnnie) Manuel Blake born Aug. 2. The birthday of Richard Blake was Aug. 9. The John Vosses Jr., of Lu- Verne, were hosts Sunday for his AT GRADUATION The Clif Bjustroms were in Shell Rock Friday and Saturday to visit their son, the Don Bjus troms. Friday they attended gra duation at Cedar Falls in th HAVE YOUR SOIL TESTED! The fertility level of your soil is your most valuable asset. Unless you conserve or maintain it by returning enough fertilizer ... poor yields, poor crops and poor profits are sure to follow. To protect this all-important crop producing power, make sure you apply enough Smith- Douglass fertilizer. Have your soil tested today! LuVerne Crop Service Phone 882-3234 — LuVerne OU GLASS FERTILIZER game. _t_U- parents the John Vosses Sr., of, Algona. They also took the John' Vosses Sr. to Renwick to call on Mrs. Marie Nissen and back to call on Myrtle Jordan and Frank Hardcopf. Tuesday guests at John 0. Cox's were her parents the Tom Christensens, Humboldt, and her sister, Mrs. Dale Joiner, Livermore. Or. and Mrs. Norman Hesse/ son Norman Jr., daughter Sharon, of Manchester, formerly of LuVerne, daughter Carol, the Philip Heftys and Lisa, are leaving for a trip to Portland, Me., to visit Mrs. Hesse's parents, the E. J. Grodens. The Roger Heiters, of Humboldt, were Sunday guests of her parents the John 0. Coxes. The Jack Bakers, La mar, Colo., spent two days with her father Ernest Meyer in LuVerne. They came to visit Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. Ernest Meyer, who was a surgical patient at the Ft Dodge Lutheran hospital. LuVerne Community School The school office will be open Monday through Friday 9 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clock after August 18th for the payment of school fees which are as follows: ;; K-4 5-6 . 7-8 . I 9-12 ENTRY FEES LUNCH FEES ALL GRADES $4.00 1 day 30c $5.00 1 week $ 1.25 $6.00 1 month $ 5.00 $7.00 1 semester $22.00 INSURANCE FEES will be collected after the opening of ; school. An enrollment envelope which shows the summary of coverage and cost, will be sent home with each child. The first day of school will be on Monday, Aug. 29th. The busses will pick up the children at the usual time. Dismissal will be in time for lunch at home. oii/te As co-hosts to the Kossuth County Barbecue - these Business and Professional men from Urtlenie cordially invite their patrons from the LuVerne area to this FREE Barbecue Thursday, Aug. 18th! **' We are most happy to help sponsor this fine Kossuth County Fair, eyenf BLAKE FUNERAL HOME Allen J. Bbke BAMBOO LOUNGE Walter Ruger CARROLL GARAGE & IMPLEMENT Tom Carroll CORNER CASH GROCERY Jerry Stille SUNRAY DX TANK WAGON Myron Hinz HUFF'S CAFE Alma Huff LAWSON HARDWARE Otto Lawson LES'S BARBER SHOP Leslj e Calkins LOWELL'S SKELLY SERVICE & TANK WAGON Lowell Thomas LuVERNE CLINIC Robert D. Brainerd, D, 0, LuVERNE CO-OP. ELEVATOR Eldon Guess LuVERNE ENTERPRISES CAFE Lil Pechumer LuVERNE INSURANCE AGENCY Ed Lindebak NIELSEN'S DX SERVICE Clarence Nielsen PATTERSON ELECTRIC SERVICE Max Patterson SANFORD PLUMBING & HEATING Wayne Sanford THE SECURITY STATE BANK OFFICE Ed Lindebak VILLAGE PUMP Harrison Cord ZENTNER LIVESTOCK Dale T. Zentner - Support the Kossuth County Fair, Aug. 16-19 -

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