Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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ion elects new officers, LuVerne post lyVerne — Election, of new Legion officers was held last Tuesday and were installed by Allen Blake, They are: Cohtman* def, Lewis V. Block; 1st vice, Owen Curry; 2nd vice, Jack Mc- Clelkn; adjutant, Harold Trauger; chaplain, August J. Pergan- dfe; finance officer, Edward Lindebak; service, Dr. Robert Brainerd; sgt., Richard Bristow. The Legion will sponsor a chartered bus to Bloomington. Minn., on Sept. 18 to see the Vikings and Baltimore Colts. Contact Owen Ctirry or Allen Blake for tick ets. OFFICERS ELECTED . WSWS met Sept. 1 with Mrs. Albert Hefti presiding. Guest was Mrs. George Hardgroves, of Rawleigh, N. C., formerly Marie Kay Marty. Mrs. Hefti read a poem. Lesson study was by Mrs. Harry Naffziger and Emma Krause. Election of officers was held: Mrs. Naffziger, president; Mrs. Hefti, vice; Mrs. Marie Maass, sec.; and Mrs. Henry Marty trens. Mrs. Naffziger served refreshments. AID FIRE VICTIMS Aid of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church met Sept. 1. Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman. presid ed. The lesson was by Mrs. Harold Nielsen and Mrs. Daryl Fisih- er. They voted $25 for the Peder Hjelmeland family who lost their farm home in a recent fire. Other donations may be brought for the family .to the Lutheran church rooms. Mrs. Herman Schulz was hostess. REUNION IS HELD The Santee reunion was held at Rockwell City Aug. 28. There were 96 present. The oldest was Mrs. Alice Kraft, Rockwell City, youngest was Anthony Beck, Sac City. Towns represented were Minburn, Britt, Sac City, Clare, Corwith, LuVerne, Perry, Nora Springs, Jewell, Pocahontas, Ft. Dodge, Stratford, Moorland, Slater, Buncombe and Rockwell City. GRANDSON MARRIED Terry Nerem, son of Marvin Nerern, Corwith, and the late Mrs. Jennie Lund Nerem, was married to Zetta Franklin, Charles City, Saturday in-Charles City. Terry is the grandson of Mrs. Lydia Lund, LuVerne. Mrs. Lund was not able to attend because of a fall at her home last week. Becky Morris, 1, daughter of the Don Morrisses, Clare, had an emergency appendectomy at the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday. She is the granddaughter of the Earl Mannings, LuVerne. Mrs. Earl Manning and sister Mrs. F. F. Fett received news their brother, L. R. Santee, died at Perry Aug. 25 following a long illness. The Owen Currys were guests Sunday of his mother, Mrs. Esther Curry, Bradgate. She was given a reception by her family after returning home from a month in Alaska, It was also her birthday Aug. 27. All eight children were present but one in Qjtogoi t .She called her mother F The Andrew Nielsens, Ventura, visited Tuesday guests of his WOULD YOU BELIEVE... THE NEW BRADY GRINDER-MIXER WILL EQUAL OR OUT PERFORM ANY OTHER MILL ON THE MARKET? Bte claim? You bet it is! And We're prepared to back it up With proof. Why jiot let US show you what makes the BRADY the finest in the field ... at any price. Just ask us for a FREE demonstration on your farm. No obligation. It's all the proof you'll need! BJRADY FARM GRINDER MIXER Hay and ear corn are no problem for a BKADY! Grinds and niixes to your own feed specifications. Precision engineered and time-tested to blend concentrates, grains and roughage —use in filling silos. Will deliver high moisture ground ear corn and ground shelled cora into silos up to 50' high. CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa brother the Clafeticfe . f h« Wllltim SehocnrMkt and Billy, St. Paul, visited Sunday to Tuesday with her parents the Bert Thomases. Mr*. Rhoda iurtii, Sioux Falls, S. D., is a guest at her son the Dunvood Burtises. Her guest Thursday Was her sister-in-law, Mrs. Carl Seip, Irvington. The Merle Birnbautaers moved Tuesday to the Richard Gron- baoh residence. Mr. BembaUmer will commute to Humboldt. Mrs. BirnbaUmer, formerly Sheryl Six, is a granddaughter of the Bert Thomases, LuVerne. MM. Florence Bower*, Waterloo, visited last week in Lu- Verne with her brothers, Arlie, William and Fred Goetsoh. Edward Hof, who now lives at Rotary Ann home, Eagle Grove, spent Thursday with his daughter the Harold Traugers. The Eli Bagers left Tuesday for Grand Lake, Colo., to visit their son the Elmer Bagers. They will visit relatives of Mrs. Bager in Cheyenne, Wyo. Mrs, Bager, victim of hay fever, goes each year at this time. Peggy Lee Burtis, daughter of the Durwood Burtises, has returned from two weeks at Sioux Falls, S. D., and Okoboji. She will be a senior at LuVerne high school. The Paul Maases, Harold Mey ers, Ferd Meyers, Mrs. Herman Hiriz, and the Myron Hinzes at tended a picnic Sunday at the Ventura Lutheran church. It was for the 80th birthday of their aunt, Mrs. Emma Ristau. Mrs Rislau and the late Conrad Ristau were early long time farmers in this area. The Everett Torgersons, Sac ramento, Calif., were weekend guests at Joseph Thorn's. Mr Torgerson is a nephew of Mr Thorn. Daryl Six and friends, Kathy Huston, St. Paul, were Saturday and Sunday guests of his grandparents the Bert Thomases. The Richard Hewitts, of Lu- Verne, and Cecil Hewitts, Dakota City, were Tuesday visitors at Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital with their father, Hiram Hewitt, Livermore, a medical patient. The George Hardgroves, Rawleigh, N. C., were guests Monday to Friday of her parents the Henry Martys. The Clarence Nielsens have returned from Lake Superior, OulutJv Minneapolis, and in Michigan and EVanston, 111., visiting an uncle the Einer Nelsons. The Hugh Shirks were weekend guests of the Paul Phillips at StewartviUe, Minn. The Rex Lius and Lancy and the John Vosses Jr. were Saturday guests of Mrs. Joe Ezarski, Corwith. The John Vosses Jr. and Mrs. Rex Liu and Lancy were guests Sunday at Delmer Voss's, Eagle Grove, The LuVerne Live Wires had a special meeting Aug. 29 at the Francis Shorey home to honor a former member, Mrs. Rex Liu. The John Vosses Jr. and Mrs. Rex Liu and Lancy were Thursday guests at John Voss's Sr., Algona, grandparents of Mrs. Liu. The John Vosses Jr and Mrs. Rex Liu were guests Friday of Anna B. Murray, Livermore, Miss Murray is an aunt of Mrs Liu. The Delmer Vosses who have returned from a month in the east, visited Friday at the parental John Vosses Jr. They had their five year old son Craig in the 1 John:: Hopkins ' hospital in Baltimore, Md., for treatment. The George Studers were in Rock Island, 111., for the Labor day weekend visiting his brothei the Henry Studers, and his sis ter, the Howard Willes. Tho- Lewis Petersons, Daver port, called on her nephew, the Gerald Ramuses, Sunday. Mrs. Jess Lindebak was honored Saturday for her birthday Sept. 4 by friends for an evenr ing of cards. Guests were the Jess Jergensens, Mrs. Clara McClellan, Mrs. Faye Lichty, the Percy Brinks, and Mrs. Tressa Lee, Morris, Minn., guest of her brother the Percy Brinks. Weekend guests at Ralph Davidson's were their son the Vervon Davidsons and Kathy, Adel. Sunday guests were their son Gordon Davidson and Luann, of Burt, their daughter the Vernon Egglestons and Delores, of Lu- Verne and a granddaughter the Marlyn Gregersons and son, of Rutland. The Dennis Zweifels, Moline, 111., were weekend guests of his mother Mrs. Laura Zweifel, Lu- Verne, and her parents the Glen Kunerts, HumboJdt. Mrs. Faye Liehty was a Labor day visitor at her son DeRay Lichty's, Mason City. tht Tribune 4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI PUBLISHED AS PART OF THI KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCI THURSDAY, SEPT, 8, 1*66 Donations for LuVernt family LuVerne — All donations for the Peter Hjelmeland family of LuVerne can be left at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church acre. The family lost most of ;heir home and personal belong- ngs in a fire several weeks ago. New candidate for LuVerne school board LuVerne—Nomination papers have been filed for Irwin W. (Bill) Jergensen for director on the LuVerne Community school board of education. He will be a candidate for the position now held by James Trauger who has announced that he does not wish to seek reelection. Harry Naffzinger has been nominated for reelection as director and Vedaine Johnson is a candidate for reelection as treasurer. Election will be held Sept. 12 at the LuVerne city hall from noon until 7 p.m. RADIL REUNION A reunion of the children of Mrs. Jeanette Radii and the late William Radii, was held Sunday in the LuVerne park. Present were Mrs. Radii, son the Billy Radils, Hayfield, Minn., Mrs. Mary Brogen, Detroit, Mich., Mrs Alice Winegarden, Des Moines, the Grover Daugards, Britt, Bill Sparkses, Nevada, Leo Stahls, of Humboldt, John Diekmans, Robert Holtzbaurers, Algona, Frank Bowers Jr., Bancroft. From Lu- Verne the Stanley Egais, Paul Stahls, Jim Stahls,"Elmer Young- wirths and Paul Hanselman. LEAVES FOR VIET NAM Corp. Duane Greene left Saturday evening from Oakland, Calif., for service at Saigon, Viet Nam. He is in communications and took training in Missouri, Georgia and Texas. He is the son of the William' Greenes, Humboldt. His wife is the former Darlene Goetsch, daughter of the Fred Goatsohes, LuVerne. ATTEND FAREWELL The John Ypsses. Jr.^Rg.bert Murray, Patricia, Richard, of Crown Point, Ind., the Delmer Vosses, Eagle Grove, Mrs. Ruby Murray, the Ronald Murrays, Vince Bauers, Newton, Colleen Murray, the James Airtts, Lysa and David, and the Roy Miksells were at the airport for a farewell party for the Rex Lius when they left for Formosa. LEAVE FOR FORMOSA Mr. and Mrs. Rex Liu and daughter Lancy, who have been visiting the parental John Voss- es Jr. for two weeks, left Sunday from Des Moines by plane to visit his parents, the Yuan Lius at Taipei, Formosa, .She is the former Leota Ann Voss. The Walter Bierstedts attended a picnic at the Call state park, Algona, Labor day for the 75th birthday Sept. 3 of Mrs. Amanda Rulinke, Whittemore, mother of Mrs. Bierstedt. She has seven children,, all with families present. Mrs. Amelia Hanselman visited Sunday with her daughter Helen, the Roy Buengers, West Bend. The William Myers, Jay and Evelyn, Omaha, Neb., visited Friday to Monday with Mrs. Myer's father the August J. Per gandes. Mrs. Emil Liestikow is in Ma dison, Wis., visiting her daugh ter the Gary Klatts. A boy, Dan iel Emil, was born Aug. 23 to the Klatts, their first child. This is the first grandchild for the Emil Liestikows. The Emil Lies- tikows moved last spring to Lu- Verne from Spring Green, Wis. Mary Daley, daughter of the Verne Daleys, returned Saturday to begin her junior year at Drake. Mrs. Tressa Lee, Morris, Min nesota, came Saturday to visit her brother the Percy Brinks. Mike Liestikow, who spent the summer with his parents, the Emil Liestikows, has returned to their former home at Spring Green, Wis. He will be a senior in the high school there. The John Bierstedts and Brent spent the weekend visiting her relatives at Swea City and Storm Lake. They are employed on the Harry Naffziger farm. The Kenneth Striplings, Scott and Steven, Newell, were Labor weekend guests of their parents Mrs. Jessie Stripling and the Gordon Gregorys.' The Jerry Quebec, son Chad Allen, Iowa City, were weekend quests of their parents the Charles Quebes, Corwith, and the Allen Darbys, LuVerne. Mrs. May Block entered the lospitaJ at Britt Monday for .reatment. Her room is 104. are elected for year Class officers for LuVerne senior high school classes were elected last week and announced today. New officers are the following: •'•'.... Seniors—Paul Trauger, pres., Rex Bristow, vice, Kris Merriam, sec., Rita Patterson, treas., Gretchen Zentner, student council. . •'•.•'.'.• v. ;;..'. Junior—Coleen, Johns, pres., Douglas Nelson; vice, Phyllis Block* sec.v Laurie Coyle, tfeas., Robert Fett, student council. Sophomores C- Pon Bristow, pres;, Dennis Barber,; sec:',; 'Barry Selby, treas,,, Becky Watts, student council. ; . Freshmen —. Marty Bowman, pres,, Terry., Warmbier, vice, Paul Lenz, sec.; Larry Casey, treas., Linda Wilhelm, student council, ,;,.. . CHRISTENSEN REUNION A reunion of the late Thomas Christensen family, Humbbldt, was held Sunday at a daughter, the John .0.> Coxes in LuVerne with 30 present. They were the Russell ChriEtensens, the Floyd Christenseiis, Mrs. Hannah Christensen, , the Harold- Hollers, Roger Heiters, I>on •Christen- sens, Humboldt, Otto Windraths, Sibley, A.,R. Christensens, Fort Dodge, Dale Joiners, Larry and Sharon, Livermore, the Jerry Wolfs, LuVerne.. PLAN SMORGASBORD Evening Star WSCS Circle met with Mrs. Airdis Rockwood og Thursday. Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer was a guest; Devotions were by Mrs. Harold; Trauger and Mrs R. ,.C; Wallirie 'gave the lesson. Plans were made for the srnorr gasbord at the LuVefhe Meth'O; dist church Sept. 29. •> .'• . - •' ; • • ; •;' 'A ATTE NDS WE DDING 1 Mrs Alma .Madden ; attended the wedding of Dorothy Nelson; daughter, of :the Harry Nelsons; Ringsted, Sunday in the St. Paul Lutheran church in Ringsted. Mrs. Madden was an overnight guest of her sister, Mrs. Alta Madden, and returned home on Monday. GO FOR WEDDING The James Mallorys and her mother, Mrs. Alma Madden, attended the wedding of Maridean Nielsen, daughter of the Harold Nielsons, Saturday at the Lutheran church at Blooming Prairie, Minn. They attended the reception and were guests at Harold Nielsen's. ATTEND WEDDING The William Goetsches attended the wedding of Arthur Sween and Sandra Hanna at 2 p.m. Sunday in the First Methodist .church. They were also guests at the reception. The young couple will live in Sioux City. The William Goatsches, hi* brother, Arlie Goetsch, of Lu* Verne, and their sister, Mrs. Florence Bowers, Waterloo, visiting here, spent the weekend with their brother, the Carl Goestches, Algona, at their cottage at Okoboji. The Laurel Bentleys, Dawn and Phil, Fair field, spent the weekend with Phil C. Lichty here. They brought Phil C. Lichty who lives at the Rotary Ann home, in Eagle Grove here for the weekend. . The Howard Boyers, Becky and David; Waukee, spent Sunday and-Monday: with Mrs,'-'Beyer's-mother ,-Mr's. Alma Madden, and her sister, the James Mall- orys. : : ': • '. :• : ; ' ••"•• The Lester Smiths visited Saturday to Tuesday in Iowa, Falls with., their daughter Sharon the Gary Iteses. They 1 attended the baptism of John Patrick Sunday in'the Methodist church there. Guests of Mrs. Clara Wolf Sunday to Tuesday were her son-in-law Robert Murray, son Richard, Crown Point, Ind., and daughter Patricia Murray, Val- pariso, lud. Reunion held at LuVerne by class ot'56 LuVerne—The 1956 class of LuVerne high school held a reunion at the school Sunday. They .then went to Johnny's Steak House, Humboldt, for a dinner. The class had 12 boys and 4 girls. One member, Monte Oxley, is deceased. Attending the dinner with their families were the Bill Bonnstetters, Waterloo, Keneth Striplings, Newell, Norman /;Hmzes, Wheaton, Minn., LeRoy Webers, Richard Kraus- es, Larry Hendersons, Myron Hinzes, Keith and Vera Voss. Not present were Sandra McLaughlin, of Oregon, Linda Sor- erisen, Mrs. John Blass; Minneapolis, Suzanne Harper, Mrs. Norman Rutz, Clear Lake, Don Baker, Sioux City, Eldon Reddel, Riceyille, Jerry Patterson, Lu- Verne. They plan another reunion in 1971. ion held at Irvington for a family Irvington—A family reunion held August 28 at Geo. Olson's was attended by the Geo. Benzes and two grandchidren, child- dren of the Geo. Benz son Paul, all of Roberts, 111., Mrs. Laura Fehr, Lucille and Caroline Arn- dprfer, St. Benedict, Mrs. Ann Miller family, Algona, all sisters of Mrs. Olsen, and Mrs. Francis Moe, Algona, a friend of the family. Brothers of Mrs; Olsen attending -were the Geo. Airndorfers, Bernard Arndorf- ers, both of Britt, Herbert Am- dorfers, Corwith, and Joe Arndorf er, Algona. Mrs. Olsen had not seen her sister > Mrs. Geo. Benz for 12 years and it was the first time all members of the family had been together for 35 years. The Benzes; spent two weeks with the Olsens and other relativeslri the vicinty and also visited in Minnesota. There were 46 at the reunion. PICNIC IS HELD A neighborhood picnic at Harold Sabin's' Labor day was attended by Mrs. Margaret Kent family, Algona, the Russell Cana- days, Clarence Canadays, Don Hungates, Verl Pattersons, Wayne Patterson and Ivadale Tietz, and the Darlow Rogerts. Afternoon guests were •the Lawrence Millers, Mrs. Hazel Sabin, Rhonda and. Rebecca, daughters of the Ronald Sabins, all of this area. ATTEND SERVICES Mrs. Margaret Kent family and Mrs. Lawrence Miller attended the graveside rites recently for Mrs. Kent's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Cooney, ; Tyler, Texas, held at St. Joseph's cemetery at Wesley. Funeral services were held in Tyler. Mrs. Cooney was a former resident of Wesley and Whittemore. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Mrs. Ronald Evanson and Candice, 5, Jeff 4, and Dean 2, left Wednesday from Perry by train for her home at Northridge, Calif., after a month with her parents, the Alfred Redings and other relatives and friends. a a a a a a a a a a a a q a q q q q Ut Ui Spread High Quality SMITH-DOUGLASS FERTILIZER en YOUR fitld*! t $AVi$ TIMf t $AVf$ MONIY t $AV« Ggll fectey end find ouf how «conom/(o/ LuVerne Crep Service RICHARD GRONB4CH, 1*9'- Phone M2-3234 LyVirn* p p D p p p p p p P' p p p p p The Robert Blacks and Mrs. Beulah Richardson, of Algona, went to Waverly Monday, for the day with Mrs. Black's brother, the Rev. Ray Richardsons. Rhonda and Becky Sabin, daughters of the .Ronald Sabins, spent Labor day with their grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Sabin. Recent callers at Durwood Walker's, Irvington, were the Orville Holdrens, Cecil Bjust- roms, Lone Rock, Merlin Walkers, Vern Walkers and Mrs. Violet Walker,.Algona. Merlin, Vern and Durwood are brothers and Mrs. Bjustrom and Mrs, Holdren are sisters. .Mrs. Violet Walker is the mother. Recent guests at Clarence Canaday's for a surprise picnic for Don Canaday's 15th birthday werd the Harold Sabins; Verl Pattersons, Russel Harms, son of the Albert Harmses, Algona, the Darlow Rogerts, Lawrence Millers, of this area, Mrs; Margaret Kent family, Algona, the Stephen Canadays and Christie, Burt, and the John Jehningses, Sexton. Don is a son of Clarence Canaday. Mrs. B. O. Davis and her mother, Mrs. Florence Colwell, visited Mrs. Vena Schneider and Mrs..Elizabeth Anliker Sunday, patients at the Good Samaritan home, Algona. Mrs. Anliker is formerly of Emmetsburg, and Mrs. .Schneider of Irvington. Mrs.. Fern Canaday, Douds, two sisters and a 'brother-inrla'w of. Mrs. Canaday Avere - recent overnight gUests, of Mrs. Caha- day's son, the Clarence Oana- days. The families went to Truman, Minri.7 to' vsit 'the Mark •Scearceys. and Mrs. Minnie Sce- arcey. They returned to Douds Saturday. . : : The Irvington church picnic will be held Sunday at Call state park at noon. In case, of rain it will,be at the church dining room. Recent overnight guests at Verl Patterson's wore Mrs. Hazel Markovetz and. her father, Mr. Hoyt, Algona. Mrs. Markovetz taught the sixth grade at Lucia Wallace school in Algona before she and her father moved to Des Moines, where she is teaching in Urbandale. Mrs. Markovetz taught in Algona for eiglit years. The Charles Reapers spent a few days last week at their daughter the Dean Culbertsons, caring for the children and doing chores while the Culbertsons attended the' Minnesota state fair;. •, : ; •• - :• •-• - . . . Claude Fowler,'Ir.vington, left Saturday for Pine River, Minn., for a month at his brother Emmet Fowler's. •••',:' ,Mrg. Florence Colwell, Irvington, left Monday for Jackson, Minn., for a week visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Shirley Steinberg, Pomona, Calif., came August 29 to her parents, the Ray Fitches, of Burt. Mrs. St&in'berg came by plane to Omaha, where she was met by her son Mark gchore, Omaha. Monday Mark, his motfo er and sister, Mrs. Steinberg and Mrs. Richard McDowell, of Dawson, drove to the Fitch home at fiurt. Mark and his sister, returned Monday. Other callers at the Fitch, home were two sisters, the Robert Skillings here, Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz and sons, liver- more, an uncle, the Leo Clarks, Britt. Mark Schore returned to the Fitch home Thursday, and he and his mother left for Oma> ha and Dawson. Mrs. Steinberg returned home by plane Sunday. . Recent guests at Je.ss6 Schmidt's, Ruthven, for a picnic were Mrs. Schmidt's parents, the Ray Fitches, Burt, and two sisters, iMi-s. .Robert Skilling,.Mrs, Myrtle Stiltz, Livermore, and -Wayne Jones, Burt. WOULD BELIEVE... YOU CAN CUT YOUR LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH A BRADY 4-ROW CHOPPER? Yes . .. and we can guarantee it! Want proof ? 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