Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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Annual meeting of elevator at LuVerne held LuVerne — The annual 7 0 clock dinner and meeting of the LuVerne Co-Op elevator was held August 16. About 190 members, wives and guests were present. The Aid of.the LuVerne Zion Ev, Lutheran church served in the lunch room of the high school. A musical program was given by Walter Simonson, Sioux Rapids. At the business meeting, directors re-elected were Lawrence 0. Miller, Albert A. Schipull and Albert Fish. Elden A. Guess is the manager. GOING TO VIET NAM The Fred Goetches had as guests at a birthday dinner Sunday the William Greenes, daughter Nadine, son the Duane Greenes, Humboldt, Mrs. Clara Baumgartner and brother Eric Gramenz, LuVerne. The birthday was of Mrs. Duane Green, formerly Darlenc Goetsch, daughter of the Goetsches. The Duane Greens are on a 30-day furlough here. Duane now leaves for California and goas to Vibt Nam for army service. SHOWER GIVEN A. pre-nuptial shower Friday was given at the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran ohureh for Mary WilJ, the daughter of ths Fred Wills, Corwiith. There were 70 present. She will be married to Stephen Aagard, Huntington, in the LuVerne Lutheran" church Sept. 10. They will be in Mankato, Minn., where he will attend graduate college and .she is a nurse there. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Byers, of Phoenix, Ariz., visited in the Cliff Baker home from Sunday until Wednesday. On Wednesday Mrs. Baker accompanied them, to Des Moines where they visited with Mr. Baker. Mrs. Baker' spent the rest of the week in Des Moines, returning home Friday evening with her husband. Walter Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Harris, has entered the army and will take his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Guests last week at Adolph Koesters were his daughter Henrietta,, tire fcdbsrt Muellers The Muellers just returned from Gerhikny Where he was ah ex change teacher for one year. The Muell&rs went to Cedar Rapids their former home, to find hoius ing. He Will again teach there Mark and John Mueller Stayed with their grandparents while their parents were in Cedar Rapids. Last weekend the Robert Muellers and Adolph Koesters went to St. Paul, Minn., to visit a son and sister, the Herman Koesters and Adeline Koester. Mrs. David Morris, Cedar Falls, attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. David Huff, in the LuVerne Methodist church Her three children, Kelly, Kurt and Kristine, remained to visit their grandparents, the John Bockeses. The Morrises will come for the weekend and get the children. They will celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Morris, August 20. Attending the Twins baseball game at Bloomington Sundjay were George Studers, Robert Nielsens, Harding Hansens, three children, the Skip Nielsens and two boys. The George Studers, his moth er Mrs. Helen Studer, Corwith, were in Emmetsburg Monday attending the funeral of Martin Studer, uncle of George Struder. The Henry C. Heftys have as guests two daughters, Betty, the Lyle Billings, Kansas City, Mo. and Eunice, the Dennis Al- 'brights,'and two children, Abilene, Texas. The Oscar Weslings, Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors ol the Henry Kublys. The Louis Jackso'ns, Lincoln, 111., were Wednesday guests of her aUnit, the Max Blocks. It had been 17 years since Mrs. Block saw her niece. They were en- route to Yellowstonie and the Black Hills. Paula, Michael, Cynthia and Debra Weltha, Randall, are visiting their grandparents, the Edwin Martys. Their parents, the Judean Welthas are on a trip. The Leonard Tuttles, Portland, Ore., visited the George Studers Friday. They are on, vacation with relatives in Livermore. Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, daughters Cindi and Vicki, spent the weekend in, Des Mouies with their daughter Linda Rugg at the home of her brother, the Jim Ruggs, who are on vacation. The Dennis Zweifels, Moline, 111., were guests of his mother Mrs. Laura Zweifel. They came for the wedding of Zweifel's sister, Judy Ann Kuhert, Thor, and Donald Francis Lee, Nerstrand, Minn. They served as matron of honor and groomsman. T •L ^ Tribune 4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1964 LuVerne girl shows reserve champion Mrs. Emma Oxley. Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock visited Sunday evening at the Arthur Zeigler home in Goodell. Mrs. Addle Ha mm spent overnight Saturday with her daughter and family, Mrs. Art Kraft in Renwick. On Saturday afternoon they visited at the Gary Reynond home in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. James Livingston and daughters spent Friday with his brother and family, Elmer Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. John Aude and family of Mt. Carrol, 111., visited a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Livingston and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Living- LENORA HUBERT, 18, LuVerne, won the Reserve Champion Baby Beef honors at the Kossuth County Fair in judging Wednesday afternoon. The animal, also the champion Angus weighing 965 pounds, was taken to the state fair. LuVerne school board election dated Sept. 12 LuVerne — School board election will be held at the LuVerne city hall Monday, Sept. 12. Directors whose terms expire this year are Harry Naffziger and James Trauger. A school treasurer will also be elected to succeed Verlaine Johnson. Nomination papers must be filed with Rose Patterson, district tary, by noon Sept. 2. secre- RETURN FROM WEST The Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyers, LuVerne, his sister Mae Biesemeyer, Baltimore, Md., have returned from a three weeks trip to the west coast. They visited in Denver with son, the Allen Biesemeyers. Other places were Grand Canyon, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Monterey, Calif., Lake Ta'hoe, Salt Lake City and Dinosaur National park. Miss Bese- meyer spent week here with her meyer had a week here with her Maryland home. They visited an aged aunt, Mrs. William Kanwisher, at Waseca, Minn. ATTEND FUNERAL The Herman Sohulzes were in Manson Friday to Sunday. They attended the funeral of Mrs. Barry Reinholtz, 66, Saturday in Jt. John's Lutheran church. Mrs. fleinholtz was a sister of Herman Schulz. Another sister, Mrs. Dora Briggs, Rochester, Minn., nere for the funeral, returned to LuVerne with the Schulzes for a few days visit. AT BURT FUNERAL Luella Blumer attended the funeral of Mrs. Emma Manus, 38, Friday afternoon in the Methodist church in Burt. Mrs. Manus is the mother of Mrs. Ed Blumer, Algona, sister-in-law of Miss Blumer. Mrs. Eddie Link and five children, Genoa, suburb of Chicago, is a guest of her parents the Henry Martys. NEW LIBRARY BOOKS Over 700 new books from the Traveling Library were placed in the LuVerne Library last week. Librarian is Mrs. Charles rlinz. Assisting Mrs. Hinz were imnia Krause, Mrs. Harry Naffziger, Mrs. Howard Swanson, tfrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. Edwin Hanselman and Diane Patterson. The R. C. Walline* returned Sunday after several days in Minnesota. Mr. Walline is em- played by town of LuVerne and Mrs. Walline at the "Security State bank in Algona. The Lyle Powells, Madelia, Minn., visited Wednesday to Friday with her mother, Mrs. Clara McClellan and her guests. The ^owells went Friday to their 'ormer home town, Yale, to at- tend the wedding of a friend. They called in LuVerne Sunday emroute home. George Schnetzer, Connie and Cindy, visited Thursday to Sunday with his father F. G. Schnetzer in Oseola, M:o., his brother, the Dale Schnetzers, Blue Island, Mo., and 'his sister, the Roy Mossmans, Kansas City, Mo. Janei Schnetzer visited in Renwick with the Arthur Krafts while her father and sisters were away. Don McClellan, Detroit, Mich., and his sister, Mrs. Gerald Weller, Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Clara McClellan, brother, the Jack McClellan's, sisters, the Harold Meyer and Leonard Wilson families. Mrs. Wellcr returned home Aug. 23, accompanied by her son Bob who has spent most of the summer 'here. The Harold Meyers, Krisie and Jane, were at Okoboji Wednesday to Sunday. They were joined by her mother Mrs. Clara McClellan and her guests, her son Don McGlellan, Detroit, Mich., and her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Weller, son Bob, Cleveland, 0., Friday to Sunday. The Clarence Stewarts, Springfield, Mo., came Monday to visit the Bryan Stewarts. The men are cousins. The August J. Pergandes, Lu- Verne, had the Kermit D. Larsons and Julea Renee, Boulder, Colo., ) as guests Wednesday noon. Mr. Larson, a nephew of Mrs. Pergande, received his doctors degree in business administration at Boulder. He will be assistant professor at state university, Austin, Texas. Mrs. Larson, the former Nancy Weber, is the daughter of the Dr. Ralph Weber's, Bancroft, and niece of the Alvin Weber's, LuVerne. The Glen McClellans, their daughter Mrs. Dale Campbell and three boys, Des Moines, visited Wednesday with his mother Mrs. Clara McClellan. The Harold Meyers, Krisie and Jane, were weekend guests of the Don Meyers in Minneapolis. They saw Rodney, born July 26. At the state fair in Des Moines Sunday were the Robert Barber's, Dennis, Mark and Curt, LuVerne, and their friends the Garmen Rollands, Bode. The Howard Boyers, Becky and David, were guests of Mrs. Boyer's mother, Mrs. Alma Madden,, Saturday. They were en- rouite' v hbme-to Waukee from a week in Minnesota and Canada. Mrs. Faye Lichty went to spend a vacation Wednesday with her son, the DeRay LdoMys, Mason City, who are now spending two weeks at a cottage at Clear Lake. Evan Wilhite and his mother, Mrs. Dee Wilhite, Corwith, called at Mrs. Anne Smith's Monday. Weekend guests at the parental Lester Smith's were the Wayne Smiths and two girls, Clear Lake. Craig, Debra, Richard and Ronald Smith, children of the Gerald Smith's, Iowa Falls, are staying with their grandparents, the Lester Smiths and Jess Jergensens as the parents are on vacation. , The Gerald Ramuses, Lu- Verne, and the Dick Sorensens, Renwick, were in Des Moines Sunday. They visited Gerald's sister, the Elwood Ellstons. '.The Lester Smiths, LuVerne, their son the Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake, attended the wedding at the Lutheran church at Humboldt of Sherry Lenning, Humboldt, and John Kubly. John Kubly, son of the Melvin Kublys, LuVerne, is a nephew of Mrs. Lester Smith. The Jess Lindebaks, LuVerne, and his brother the Harold Lin- debaks, Radcliffe, visited cousins Tuesday to Friday at Leland, 111. The Jess Lindebaks, their daughter, the Duane Neals, attended a Lindebak reunion in Ellsworth Sunday. The Harold Traugers visited Sunday with their fathers, Guy Trauger at the Westview Horns at Britt and Edward Hof at Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw ATTENTION BOWLERS LuVerne and mrreinuling cemmuaily COME BOWL WITH US SEPTEMBER 28 Ifcrwfh APRIL 3 LuVerne lanes League meeting to start Sept. 6 thru 10 (CoBlael Gail Wolf* *r Hir*if NantM) Wilbur Merriam left on Friday from Garner for Camp Riley, Minn., for two weeks of National Guard training. Linda Detmering .of Cedar Falls spent the weekend with Linda Erdman at the W. G. Erdman home. Mrs. Robert Nutty and family of Sioux Falls, S. D., are ing a few days with her mother, ston spent a few days at Rochester, where Mrs. Livingston was at the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. James Livingston and daughters were Monday guests of his brother Eugene Livingston and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leerar and family, of Britt, Mrs. Minnie Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Welter were Sunday dinner guests ; at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Welter in honor of Cheryl Welter's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott returned to their home after attending the wedding of their grandson David Ruddel at Scotts Bluff, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rudden and sons returned to their home at Dayton, Ohio, after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. Maynard Nail of Phoenix, Arizona, visited Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. Jane and Scott Johnson, children of the Roy Johnsons Jr., are visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beer and Jody, of Garner, were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the home of Mrs. Ethel Beer. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman and Linda were Friday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tebben. Mrs. Gertrude Thornbury was at Eagle Grove Sunday, with her daughter and family, the Darwin Kaulens. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman and Linda were Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hampe. The Women's club had a farewell party on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Esta Schulz in honor of Mrs. Budd Lawson who is moving to CoralvUlCi Dr. and Mrs. Ray Gill, Bill and Margaret, of Coralville, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WUJiam Wood. Bill and Margaret remained for a weak, while their parents went on to Wisconsin. WANT ADS WANT — Night part-time maria- ger for Bowling Lanes. Lu<; Verne Enterprises. 9w67-69 WANT --- Steady help for Lu- Verne Enterprise restaurant. Contact Robert Verne. Nielsen, Lull w67-69 CARD OF THANKS — I want to thank our friends and rela- and neighbors for the gifts, cards, flowers and letters sent to me in the hospital. Also for food brought in and a special thank you to Pastor Mueller for his visits and prayers. May God Bless You All. Mrs. Ernest Meyer. 67* SINGER in beautiful ..console cabinet, like new, sews forward and reverse, with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, monograming, and fancy stitch designs. Fully guaranteed. Can be seen in your area. Make eight payments of $4.93 a month or will discount for cash. Write: Finance, 1314 Payne Ave., St; Paul, Minn. 67-69 LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 ta 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 Starts Monday WE ARE HAPPY TO HAVE YOU AS PART OF OUR COMMUNITY! This misuse fponiorri by thtit public-spirited firms: CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH LU VERNE BUILDING CO, LU VERNE CLINIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S DX SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOME LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP. ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT 25ENTNER LIVESTOCK

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