Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 14
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unc AOVANCI PUBUSH6D A* MRT Of f Ml KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, 5PPT. 29, 1*66 in LuVerne Oct. 29 ()tt Saturday, Oct. 29, (customer dialing of long distance balls will begin .in LuVerne, according to John Claude, manager for the telephone company. At that time, Lu Verne telephone Users will be able to dial direct to most telephones in the United States and Canada, with- but (the assistance • of an operator. t • ' • . • ../., '•:''. "A 'customer-diiilled long dis- all is the fastest long'dis-'. tance service possible," CliiuAe pointed out. "Most direct dialed Calls are completed in. less than 2&;i5ecohds." . .-..j'j ,;Cla'ude said a nationwide sys- tern of area codes and 7-numb&r teleiphone numbers made direct dialing possible. The area code is; a part of a 'telephone address' f6ra ; long distance call. iVidenti- fles the part of the country to Which the call goes. The area <jdde for central Iowa, which includes LuVerne, is 515. Western Iowa's'area 'code is 712 and eastern Iowa is 319. i? To direct dialva call, the tel^- phone user first dials the digit "1". This connects Ms talephone to the direct dialing network. Next, he dials the area code if it is different from his own area code — 515. Last, he dials the distant 7-digit telephone, number and the call is completed. Claude said complete instructions on direct dialing' will be found ,6n page 3 of LuVerne's present directory. , ••'';•'.' ei 1 ; LuVerne, also two sisters. This Rev. Calvin Milan, Church of Christ, Clarion, officiated and burial was in Evergreen cemetery. WED 25 YEARS The Leoriarcl Wilsons were honored for their silver wedding at their farm home; Friday. Hostesses:;were their Mif daughters, Gale, the James Millers, of Fort Dodge; Jariet, ittldeiht at' Cedai- Falls; Mary and Bllen, at home. Guests', were Mrs/ Clara McCleil- lah, LuVerne, mother of Mrs, Wilson; her brother the Jack Mc- (Clelilans, sisters, the Harold Meyers, LuVerne,.,and the Lyie Powells, Ma'delia, Mihri. BACK FROM SCOTLAND Ronald Wilhelm, son of the Albert Wilhelms, leaves Sept. 27 after two years service in- Scctr land for the United States and a 30-diy leave. In the navy he r^pccit the two years as a technician of communications. He will report to Cape Town, South Africa,, for further service. TEA FOR TEACHERS .The WSCS general meeting was held in the Methodist church. for a "Tea for Teachers" Wed- n'esday. Devotions were by Mrs. Jess Je'rgensen and lesson. Mrs. Joseph Thorn. Mrs. Dale Zenit- ner presided. Mrs. Roy A. Biesfe- meyer explained the 'progreutn for the year. A skit was given by Mrs. Jergemsen, Mrs. Allen' Blake, Mrs. Alvin Weber ; and Mrs. L. B. Shelton. Mrs. Zent- ARMY DISCHARGE The Albert Wilhelms report their son Kenneth Wilhelm received his discharge from service in the army Sept. 2. He was an air force medic? stationed at Whitman; air f OTVQ base hear Kansas City. He is now enrolled in a courSe in business administration at a college in Warren's- bufg", Mo. Soloot choorioadors for LuYorno school LuVerne — Last Friday, Sept. 23, the following girls were chosen as cheerleaders for the Lu- Verne Community school ifof the coming year: Cynthia Rugg, Coleeri Johns, Peggy Burtis, Kris Merriam, Phyllis Block, alternate. Chest drive at LuVerne dated for Oct. 11 LuVerne —- Plahis are progressing for the 1966 Community Chest drive which has beeri' sel for Tuesday,;"October 11. The committee met recsntly to coti sider reqiie&t^ from the varioui agencies arid map.out the 196( campaigh. This year's goal has been set at $1,100 for the support of ten agencies. The LuVerne Community Chest was organized in 1951 ari^d since thfen has saved 'the 'qomiriiunity countless individual soMcit^tions and the expenses involved iri many separata drives. The success of a united campaign requires the cooperation of all the residents of LuVei-ne, donors, solicitors and committee members. Failure to make the goal means a cut back in services rendered and perhaps a return to the previous method of separate drives by each agency. Solicitors are- now being. contacted by committee meimibars. The benefits of contributions to this annual drive continue the Sunday in Ames with their daughter, the James Nevilles. ' Mr*. Wllmi Bukervlllt *•» • -isitor in DCS Moincs Friday and Saturday. Th« Dt R*y Liehtys, Mason City, visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Faye Lichty. The Frank Schtitsert, of New Glarus, 'Wis., visited cousins the " idwin Martys, Saturday and Sunday. Other Sunday guests wece their daughter Ruth Ann, the Judean Welthas, Randall. Walter Tied*, Ftnten, Mich., visited here Wednesday to Saturday. He was a guest at his cousin Mrs. George Studer's. He is the Son of the" late Fred , Tiedes. He yisited his uncle, Fred Hinz, and auhts, Mrs. Martha, Mrs. Amelia, Mrs. Ahna Hanselman. Thi ChiifUi Coopers, of R«d« Wood ,:Citjr^ Calif;, visiited Tues- oiky tb^Saturdiay with her aunt LuVerne girl* family, fly to Saudi Arabia LoV.rne — Mrs. Wilford Ber- ryhiil, John and Doriald, after 3 months here returned by air for heir home in Jedda, Saudi Am* jia. JMrs.' 1 Berryhill, formerly El len Gronibach, visited her par cnts, the Frank Grombachs, aihd brother, the Richard Gronbachs in LuVerne; Mr. Berryhill's mother, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill, ih Livei-more; at Superior, Wis. with the Weillee Blairs; arid al Sheffield, the W. Dale Braytotis sisters of Mrs. Berryhill. The Fay Harmons went to Omaha and met their' son Gor don, retiirniing from, eiglit weeks ti-aiiriing with the National Guard at Fort Bliss, Texas. After two joined Sunday irt Boone by the Mittards, Anita, arid bale Ulfers, Des Moines. Th. e. J. Nlnedorft, Waterloo, Th. vltttetl to •» « g is a Thi llnHf Pafed, Te*aS, arid H. Redondd Belch, (&% Were ov ernight^ glte&te . df Mr*. Almo Madd&rf.'Mlie wtimetr ate Sisters de, Mill Ndriwi M*lrt*n Weekend guest of her paints anil Mrs. Hernian Helnen, a 1966 graduate of the Mr. . ahd cotisiffe 6f Mrs: Middett. Fort inw EI dt ninwwvrr*, waiwriw/ inn OHM >i»n»« v >-•»• •••--- — —, J** Visited Thursday-and Friday With ited Sunday at Meaford, .Minn., i Dodge, undey ttofe n Henry Kublys. . The Ernest Meyers spent the weekehdjrt^^ Sanborn, visiting the daughter Ellen, the Charles BrO- WnS. . - : ;: .The Bert C. Ramuses were ner poured. Hostesses were Clif Bjustrom, Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mrs. Frances Shorey, ,Mi*s. Alvin, Weber, Mrs. Ardis Rockwood, Mrs. Laura Zweifel, Mrs. 1 Zentner and Mrs. Raymond Nelson. r", ATTEND FUNERAL The A. L. Fishers, son the Daryl Fishers, attended the funeral of Mrs. Iva Wray, 70, at .1:30 p.m. Saturday in the. Eyler funeral home at Clarion. Mrs.' Wray died Sept. 20 at the Clarion hospital after a long illness. Survivors include three sons, a daughter, two Step-sons and a step daughter, Mrs. A. L. Fish- AT ALGONA SERVICE 'Mrs.J Alvin Weber attended the prayer .service/at; the MeCul- lough chapel Saturday in Algona for,: Durwood A. Helberg, 43, y$tH'.!'-t%' Rev/William Noland 'oftficiatiiriig. Funeral services followed Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church at Sheldahl, with burial .there. weeks he reports to Fort Texas. The Harmons report the son'Larry, who recently 'enlisted, in the navy, is now in the Mediterranean oh the aircraft carrier USS indebshdehce. Mn. Mike Hint attended a po;t nuptial shower Saturday in Qttoseri for. her gran'd>.''ia!Ugfrt2r, Kenlieth Turners, Adair, Carl year around, counts. The gift really HAVE OPEN HOUSE The Fred. Merkles, son the Charles Merkles attended an open house Sunday in Harcourtfor the silver wedding of the. Clarence Lamberts. . The Lamberts formerly were.on the farm now owned by the Milton. Da vises better known as the Grant Jennings ' ''' ' The Alvin Webers, son the LaRoy Webers attended a farewell Sunday at the Hardy Methodist church for the Arnold Wigans who are •moving to, -Jowa, City. Mrs. Albert Schniider hid her Canasta club Thursday. High, Mrs. Frank Groribach, low, Mrs. Faye Harmon. Mrs. Ole Gundtrson, Whittemore, and her sister Nettie, vis- ting from California, were Wednesday visitors with {Mrs. Lena •lihz and the Ernest Meyers. The Earle Hanselmans, L' ELEMENTARY CONFERENCE Saturday, Sept. 24, Mrs. Pauline Pfeft'er and Mrs. Helen Daley attended the Elementary Education Conference which was held at the State College of Iowa in Cedar Falls. LUVERNE CLINIC OR R. D. BRAINERD ' Weiik Days v ** Safurdtys/ 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 ta 5:00 8;30 to 12:00 - 1:00 to S:00 1 Closed ail day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWIBR^ Call TU 2 3304 FERTILIZE YOUR FIELDS THf FAST, iASY WAY! /Vo bags to lift No bags to haul Let the bulk spreader do it all, Call us for fast, economical bulk-spreader service. We bulkspread clean, green, uniform Smith-Douglas? PEJ.UEFQRM® fertilizer, with TREL* (important trac« elements) added. Analyses to suit your soil and crop. LuVerne Crop Service RICHARD GRONBACH, Mgr. Phone 882-3234 LuVernt Mrs. Jack Strickland, the former Gloria. Toftaberg, daughter of the L'so tpftebergs, Ottosen: Mrs. Ilia Nelson, Mrs. Minnie IMen arid Mrs. AltavMadden, of Rihgsted,. were Saturday .guests 6r Mrs. Alma Madden, sister of Mrs. Alta Madden. Weekend gyests at Mike Mini's were his niece Mrs. Philip Bernstein and her brother Carl Hinz, Gaylord, Minn. Sunday visitors were the James Abels, Kasson, Minn., Melvin Bnatlands, Bode, and the Terry Johnsons, of Armstrong.^ niece of Mrs. Hinz. A TB skin testing clinic was iaeld Sept. 19 at the LuVerne school. Assisting Mrs. Donald Bormann were Mrs. Alvin Wer> er and Mrs. Harvey Will. The Alvin Webers attended an open house fo'r the 50th wedding of the Fred Geigels Sunday in \ the Algona Presbyterian church. Attending a WSCS seminar at Fort Dodge Friday from LuVerne were'Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Clif Bjus- trorh, Mrs. Elmer Kubly,, Mrs. '5ryan Stewart, Mrs. Dale Zent- ADS WANTED — Young man for full .time work -in ~Super. Market. Apply in person, Hood's Super Valii, Algona, la: "•- 1 - 1 " 1 ' 17w76 CARD OF THANKS -— Sincere thanks to all for cards, memorials, food and personal visits after the loss of our. beloved mother and grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher family. 76* queen We know yciT!l represent LuYerne in the fines! manner al the Kossulh CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank all my, relatives and friends for cards, visits while I was hospitalized.. Special thanks to Dr. Bock and nurses at the Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Lydia Lund. 76* SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new, sews forward and reverse, with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, mbnograming and "fancy stitch designs. Fully guaranteed. Can be seen in your area. Make iight payments of $4.93 a month discount for cash. Write Ave., St. 74-76 •Iriance, 1314 Payne Paul, Minn. , Verne, her sister, the Rudy 'Carl-1 "«*, Mrs. LeRoy Weber, -Mrs. Ben Hefty, Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer nd Mrs. William Goetsch. The Henry Kublys, their sen he Elmer Kublys attended the open house in the Presbyterian church in Algona Sunday afternoon for the Fred Geigels' golden wedding. The Rev. Ralph Hindmans at tended the centennial of the Evangelical United Brethren church in Laurel Sunday. The Rev. Hindman was pastor there 1951 to 1956.' A group of col- ege students of Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, had charge of the worship service Sunday in the LuVerne Evangelical Unite< Brethren church in the absence of the Rev. Hindman. The. Arthur W. Dimlers visited sons, Sioux City, visited Sunday in Frost,'Minn., with the wom- n's brothers, Jule and Bernie Velson. The mother, Mrs. Bertha Nelson, is iri a rest home at Buffalo/Center. The Wayne Lehrs, Harrison- viHe, Mo., were Sunday guests at Durwood Burtds's. Mr. Lehr is superintendent, of the Asbestos Workers at the CCA plant, Fort Dodge, where Durwood Burtis is employed. Mrs. Beatta Tew spent Sunday with her daughter, the Alvin Johnsons, Hardy. The Gut Wegners, Freebern, Minn,, were Sunday guests at the Charles Hinz home. The Carl Fabels, Waterloo, yis ited the Paul Masses Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Fabel is a sister of Paul Maas. Callers Sunday at Charles Hinz's were the John Gramenz- es, Fenton, her sister the Fred Andersons, Clinton, Minn. Mrs Gramenz arid Mrs. Anderson ere daughters of the late Augusi Kirsteihs, early residents here, The John Zimmermans, Renwick, were Sunday visitors at the Henry Kubly home, The C. C. Andersons, of MOM Ariz., and her sister, Florence Godfrey, OgaUala, Neb,, came on Saturday for a Week with the mother and sister Mil's. Olla Godfrey and Rubye Godfrey. Mr». Marie MifM had at visit- ore Sunday her sister the Oliver Knutsons and Mrs. Gerald Cole' man, Irvington, and sister, the Frank Asas, Rutland. The John Schedes, Fort Dodge, have their first child, a daughter, born Sept. 21 at the Luttiv eran hospital, Fort podge. Mrs. Sehade is the former Roxie Rogert, Bode. John is the son of the James Schades, of Bode. The Schades formerly lived in Lu- Verne. Mrs. Georgia Barton and daughter have returned from Whitewater, Wis., visiting her sister the Laverne Jeffers; in Geneseo, HI., with a nephew, the Alfred Bartons; in Mt. CarroJJ, Hi., with a niece the Richard F},ompings. They yis$ec( the Uttle Brown church at Nashua. Tht FJoyd Patterson*, of F^ft Dodge, visited Sunday with their Darlene, the Jack Mc- Clellans. WOULD YOU BELIEVE... YOU CAN CUT YOUR LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH ABRADY4-ROW CHOPPER? County Band Festival Saturday. We'ri proiid of you and wish quaen "Peggy" the best of luck! PEGGY BURTIS i This message sponsored by these public-spirited firms: CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LA WSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH LU VERNE BUILDING CO. 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 Agenty PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK .. and we can guarantee it! Want proof? Just «sk for a FREE demonstration on your farm. No obligation. You'll see in a hurry why BRADY is FIRST in 4-row sales.,. FIRST in performance in the field. BRADY FIELD SHREDDERS Giant 4-row model cuts a full 144"! The most copied 4-ro\y on the market. -Also, available ih 2 smaller models to cut 80" or GO" >yide. These "beefed-vp" units completely shred »!'d pulverize tough, thick, stalks . . . with less tractor power than you can imagine. CARROU 8MME LuVfjrn*, low* With an Impala Sport Coupe you can get al) the comforts of home, maybe even more. J Everything new that could happen.. J New styling that speaks beautifully for itself. More things to add than ever before: A new stereo tape system. Comfortron automatic heating and air conditioning. Front disc brakes. A better Cruise* Master control system. Plus all the power you could want in a car: up to 427 cu. in. available in Chevrolet's exclusive Turbor Jet V8, ^ And, standard with every new Chevrolet, a. new road feel thanks to improved Full Coil suspension. You really should see the new Cheyrplets, Very soon,. this for your added safety: GM-develope4 energy-absorbing steering column, dual master cylinder brake system with warning light, energy-absorbing instrument panel, four-way hazard warning flasher, plus many others. Kvenchinjj new's happening row...at jwr Chevrolet dealer's KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SW CQ8NER.OF ALGONA, IOWA PHQNi 39*-3«lt

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