Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1966
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the C-T: 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCi PUBLISHED AS WkKT O* THf KOISUTM COUNTY AOVANCI THUftSDAY, OCT. 20, 1966 Another old landmark ''•.-...•. •',/•.* .- ' ; , . - i ,', • at Livermore is gone Margaret Ann Holmes, weds Margaret Ann Holmes, daugih- ter Holmes, Liverriiore, and Salvatore G. Oden<brett, son of . Mr. and Mrs. John P. Odenbreit, were married Sept. 24 at Sacred Heart Catholic church in Livermore. Father Sdialler officiated at the double ring cersmib'ny; The bride was escorted by her father. Maid of honor was Mar i Anne Odenbreitit, sister of ths groom, Dakota City. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jerry McCullough, sister "of the bride, Livermore and Vicki Smith, cousin of the groom, Emmetsburg, Best man \v#s Vincent Odan.brett, brother of the groom, who was home from service. Groomsman was Dick Holmes, brother of the bride, Liver-more. Ushers werei Gary Hawkins, Dakota City and Danny Collins, Livermore. Acolyte was Charles Frideres. Soloist was Jim Collins, accompanied by Mrs. Francis Collins. ; A reception was held in church parlors ^fpjl Jan Johnston and Kay Selvig, Greene, Jr., opened gifts. • Out of town guc'sts came from Minneapolis, Owatonn'a,' Miiiin. Ft, Dodge, Emmeitsburg, Algona, Alton, Winterset, Des Moines, Dakota City, Humboldt, Bode, Qttosen, Rutland, Oallendeir Newell, Havelock, Fenton, Long Beach Calif., Baltimore, Md. She is a graduate of Twin Rivers schools and is presently employed at Larson's Drug. He is Livermore — Another Liver-more landmark on North Main street, built in 1890 by F. L. Kabhan for a butcher shop, has been torn;down. Mr. Kathan hired some one to run it at first but a few years later his son-in-law, Archie Wil- son,.bougM'it and operated it as si batcher shop for 50 . years. During the summer months he also had a meat wagon that drove through the country that sold meat to the farmers, having an ice compartment built-in it. The built-in meat cooler in the shop was still intact and the original marble topped counter is still in use. The building was bought by Allan Klein about five years Ago and used as storage for hiis radio and TV supplies but he has enlarged his present shop and has torn the old building down. ". '' -' •""; • '"' •' V, the the , ceremony. Mrs. Isforjbert-FriJlepes and Mrs. Howard 'Barton were kitchen hostesses. Leverna Klein liad the guest book. Mrs. Ed Reimcrs served punch and Mrs. Vincent Bernardo poured coffee. Mrs. Harold Frederick and Mrs. Robert White cut the oake; , Waitresses were Carol Fiderlick, WOULD YOU BELIEVE... THE NEW BRADY GRINDER-MIXER WILL EQUAL OR OUT PERFORM ANY OTHER MILL ON THE MARKET? Big claim? You bet it .is! And we're prepared to back it up with proof. Why not 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! employed by boldt. Dodgen's, Hum- Mr.; and Mrs. Martin Miller are Livermore residents again, having returned home last week from; their cabin at Cass Lake where they spend their summers. However they have sold their cabin which they. built 15 years ago but kept their launch which has 1 ' stored for the winter. , the Equality,club met at the ••hoaveUof Loses little finger when a rope Gefs JR.O.T.C. post recently moved to Iowa where -Mr.-Huff is chief LuVerne — Melvin Marty had a painful accident at his farm home early Tuesday morning. His sons Dennis and Douglas were helping ,him putting up equipment to fill silos. A rope broke and the little finger on his left hand was severed, and the next two fingers required stitches. Melvin is satisfactory. LU VERNE LIVE WIRES LuVerrie Live Wires met Oct. 1 at the, Town, Hall. Zelda Witzell l. She was named Kay Lynne. randparents are John V. Huff of rural Wesley, and Mr. arid Mrs,.Emerson Anderson of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Huff have, son, John, who is spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huff of rural Titonfea. The Huffs Falls x-ray technician at Ellsworth Munich pal hospital. GOING TO GERMANY A dinner Sunday at Herman Hinz's was for their son the ly Sgt. Junior Hinz family -litre on furlough. They leave for three years service in Germany, Guests j were his brother, the Myron Hin- zes, aunts the Paul Maases, Lu- ! Verne; Orval Bamuses, Carol and David, and the Kenneth Lewises and children, Fort Dodge. CLUB RESUMES The first meeting of the club year of the Friendly 500 club was held Tuesday with Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe was a guest. At play, high, Mrs. Anna Hanselman, low, Mrs. Eli Eager. They voted to continue meetings. • Canasta 8 met with Mrs. John O. Cox Monday. At play, honors, Mrs. Duane Neal. Mrs. Duren Watts and baby Duren Lynn, born Monday at the hospital at Britt, came home on, Got. 8. The Harold Meyers, Kris and Jane, spent the weekend in Min- J Zeniner -^ _—-— 980 Elmer Kubly '- ————542 Clem Stripling — .—'— —- 255 Thursday Highs ,' Hardcopf's _ 2210 Hardcopf's u_ —^^ .745 Kay Henderson 202 Kay Henderson ^—555 Charles Quebc —^ 234 Fred Will __— -—— 555 Saturday Highs Nielsen's _ —^- 2095 Lawson's _____ . 735 Martha . — 488 Martha ^ —_———' 179 Ceceil — _—•_-— 179 Elmer _„—__ 531 Bill H. _-— —- -— 20o HARDWARE PLUMBING — HEATING WIRING — L. P. GAS Renwick 2222 LuVerne 882-3370 mmm y;TTfie r 1pTpsF dent, 'Miss Margaret' Devin'c, conducted the business meeting and roll call was current event items. Mrs. Louis Behounek-gave the lesson and a social hour followed. Mrs. J. i. Melavin of Humboldt was a.'guest,-;'Lunch was served by the hostess: Mrs. Nora Eells of Upland/ FARM GRINDER-MIXER Hay and ear corn are no problem for a BRADY! Grinds and niixes to your own feed «peci- fications. Precision enpneered and time-tested to bl«»d concentrates, grains and roughage •—use in filling silos. Will deliver high moisture ground ear corn and ground shelled com into silos up to 50' high. CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa Calif., is visiting in the home of her nephew, the Elwood Rum- mens, and with • other relatiyes and friends. On Tuesday Mrs. Eells was a dinner guest in the home of Miss Anna Murray, Mrs. Donald Heiter of Spancer was a visitor in the home of Mrs, Lela Heiter one day last week. Mrs. Jacob Michelson, Mrs. Herman Larson, Mrs. Hattie Miller and Mrs. Sherman Wickre went to the home of Mrs, Larry Wilson Friday to help her celebrate her birthday. A social a'ft- ernooh was spent and lunch was served. '•' ••'•' : ' ' " ; ' :; •• Mr; and Mrs. Louis Behounek attended the 5Qth. wecjding:, of- Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hronek at Pocahontas Sunday. They'also visited other friends while there-. Dick Schultz returned home last week from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge alter a 10 oay stay following a fall from a truck while filling it with beans at the Farmers Elevator where he is employed. lie broke his left wrist which he now lias in a cast and also had facial cuts, a punctured lung and multiple Lruises. He is progressing satisfactorily. Mrs, Corniel Smith has gone to Charlotte, S. C., and is visiting in the home of her .grandson, the Delmar Smiths and getting acquainted with the new great granddaughter. She made the trip by bus. ! Robert White has returned home after spending several clays in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge as a medical patient where he had Xrays and tests. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 Livermort FARMERS CO-OP, ELEVATOR are: President, tec Diarine They Curry; vice, Linda Loftus; sec., Sharon Shorey; trezis., lleather' : Brainerd; historian, Peggy Shaw; reporter, Sharon Shorey. Award night ;w|ll be Nov. 12 at 8. A ..skating party and picnic is a .special, party coming up. Linda Loftus is a hew member. Lunch . was - served by Dianne Curry and motlief. Zelda Witzel: • HOLD REUNION Children of the Reporter is late Charles , RAE ANN BRINK, LuVerne, at left in biack row, is administrative officer with rank of'-captain, in the O'Neil Angel Flight of the air j.'orca ROTC unit, which .is res'ponsible for eigilit other Angel flights from Lincoln, Neb., to the Illinois Institute of Technology at Chicago. Area headquarters is determined by ma- jority vote of the eight units arid this is the second year headquarters has been at Ames, Other girls are, in back row, Jane Boling, of Clarendon Hills, 111., and Suzanne Baker, of Livingston, N. J. Front row: Jane'Smith, of Springville; Helen Anderson, Hudson, S. D.,; and Vivian Voelker, Ames. neapolis, visiting the Don. ers and Rodney. Curtis Chapin was in Des Moines last week for a check-up at Veterans hospital. ^ ^ _ Mrs. Mabel Thompson has re-j ffinz i arrived from^nine months turned, from three weeks witfy iher children. She visited her son, the Merle Thompsons, Col- LuVerne soldier back from duty in Viet Nam LuVerne — T/Sgt. Junior D. umbus, Wis., daughters, the Mer3 service in Viet Nam Oct. 9. He >was» <acco'i»panied' b«y» his iiwife"? Annabelle, three sons, Ronald 12, Brian 8 and Gary 4, who have rill Parsons, Waterloo, Wis., and> be g n ij ving at Alexandria, La. Gaylord ErickE'ons at Valley, Wis. The Percy Loomers, Britt,! sister of Mrs. Thompson, went to bring her home. Mrs. Alma Madden and her They will spend furlough with his parents, the Herman Hinzes, LiiVerne and her parents ' in 'Rodman. Junior who has ISVa years service leaves now for guest Mrs. Vera Fisher, of Desi Sembaach air force base in Ger- Moines, visited Thursday at Ring-. many for three years service. sted. Mrs. Fisiher remained to:With his family they fly from Goetschcs held an annual fall reunion Sunday in the LuVerne town hall with about 80 attending. The Carl Goetsches, Algona, were the committee.' The cdmimittse for 1967 is the Ernest Behnkendorfs, formerly Bertha Goetsch, Bancroft. Towns were Algona, Fort Dodge, Bancroft, Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Ventura, Nprthwood, Belmond, Humboldt, CaUerider and LuVerne, BACK FROM VIET NAM The Gordon (Hank) Gregorys, LuVerne, and grandson, Steven Stripling, Newell, were in Kansas City last week and visited the R. C. Saxbys, parents of Mrs. Gregory. Roger, son of Mrs. Gregory, returned with them after a leave here. He went for his ship USS Princeton out of Long Beach, Calif. Roger came in from seven months in Viet Nam, and will return there again for more service in February. HUSBANDS ARE GUESTS Progressive club had the husbands Sunday at the annual 6:30 p.m. dinner at Treloar's, Fort Dodge. Hostesses were Mrs. Max Patterson and Mrs. Lucinda Stone. Attending were the L. B. Slieltons, Max Pattersons, Allen Blakes, the Rev. Roy A. Biese- meyers, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, the James Mallorys, R. C, Wallines, and the Earle Hanselmans. Invited guests were Mrs. Wilinia Easkeirville, the Irwin Jergensens and LeRoy Webers. TALKS ON EUROPE , J. J. club met with their club president, Mrs. Albert Hefti, on Friday. James Mallory spoke on the library project. Mrs. Carroll Gillespie, formerly Margaret En gel, Renwick, showed s]ides of the recent trip the Gillesoies look to Europe. Guests were Mrs. Gillespie and Mrs. Edwin Hunt. The entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Edward Elbert. T HUFFS HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs- Andrew J. Huff of Iowa Falls became the parents of a girl born Monday, 0$, 3, at EJteworth Municipsl visit relatives. The Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyers attended a Methodist sub-district meeting in Plover Monday. The Harold Traugers visited Sunday at their son .David Trail- ger's in Ames. They saw their first grandchild, Brent David Trauger, born Oct. 8. The Fred Hellers, New Glarus, Wis., visited Saturday to Monday at Henry Kubly's , and Edwin Marty's. Mrs. Kubly is their aunt; Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, of Lu- Verne, her daughters Beulah and< Doris Eggleston, Des Moines, re-y turned Sunday from a week 'at' Brunswick, Ga,, visiting their son and brother the Bob Egglestohs. The Loren Yesslers, Amarillo; Texas, came Saturday to visit their cousin, Mrs. Alma Madden, and her daughter, the James Mallorys. The Laurel Bentleys, Dawn and Phil, Fairfield, were Saturday visitors at Phil C. Liohty's. They came to visit her father Phil Q. Lichty, and his sister, Grace Lichty, who live at the Rotary rest home in Eagle Grove. The Edwin Pruessners, Maspn City, were, guests in 'Mason City Saturday of the Allen Blakes for the 22nd wedding of the Blakes. The Robert G. H. Blumers, of Eagle Grove, were Sunday callers at Alien Blake's. The F. E. Potters, her brother, Harry Feltis, of Rapid City, S. D., called on cousins the Percy Brinks, Mrs, Olla Godfrey and Ruby, a niece of Mr. Potter, Mrs. McGuire air force base Oct; -26 for new assignment. Memorial Society met Oct. 13 at the town hall with Mrs. Anne Smith presiding. Guests were Mrs. Anna Hanselman and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. A report on the library project was given. Bingo was played. Mrs. released; 31 included Nine students in the LuVerne high school rated the "A" honor roll and 22 more were on the "B" honor roll, it was announced this week by Howard H. Smith, •high school I i TTnlln..,:^^ Followirff are^tnW'accorded the first honor roll ratings: "A" Honor Roll 12th grade — Rita Patterson, Tom Steil, Daryl Trauger, Paul " ie 1 nv a «,, 0 r . I Dean Sponsors were aunt and uncle Kristine Meyer, LuVerne,' John Jackson, Corwith. A and dinner followed at Arnold Hiese's. Guests were the.Rsv. Paul Lutz> es, Harold Mey6rs, v <Kristine and Jane. • • •>. • ; Dean Trauger, State College, Mankato, spent the weekend at WOULD BELIEVE YOU CAN CHOP, SHRED AND BALE STALKS IN ONE OPERATION WITH THE BRADY FIELDMASTER? And that's not the whole story! The Fieldmaster also converts quickly for green chop operation. Or, couple it with your 2-row chopper and you get a • operation. the I Baskerville , Mrs, Faye Wilma Lichty and Mrs. Anne Smith were the committee on library report. Hostesses were Mrs. John 0. Hanson, Mrs. Grover Rentz and Mrs. Marie Maass.. Tuesday club met Oct. 11 with Mrs. Earl Neal, The lesson was by Mrs. Anne Smith. The report on the library project was given. Towels made by the blind in a home in Des Moines have been received and are ready to be sold. v ; The Friendly Neighbor club jmet Oct. 11 with Mrs. Henry Kubly. Twelve members present, Guest was her niece Mrs. .Wilma Baskerville. The lesson was by Mrs. Leonard Kiley. Mrs. Robert Barger had the surprise entertainment. . . Mrs. Milo Patterson had the Missionary Guild Oct. 12. They voted $5 for the CommunUv chest drive. Mrs. Earl Neal gave a reading. The Ray . Hellers, Paradise, Calif., have concluded a week's visit.with, their niece, the Everett Stevens at Sexton and nephew the Stanley Genrichs, Lu Verne. They also visited Mrs. Gladys Genrich, sister of Mr. Helier, at the Rotary Rest Home in Eagle Grove. The Albert A. Schipulls went to Waverly Wednesday and were joined by their son Major Gerald Schipujl. Major Schipull, stationed at Colorado Springs. Colo., was in Waverly for the week. Mrs. Vera Fisher, Des Moines, came Tuesday to visit her sister- in-law, Mrs. Alma Madden, and niece, the James Mallorys. The Comrade EUB Sunday school met at Clyde Dudley's Thursday at Galbraith. The lesson Situdy was given by Mrs. FretJ Merkle. After business in U§to, They recently raoyed fronvpliarge, of president Kenneth William Bigings, ings. and Mr. Big- Mrs. Luella Reising, St, Paul, came Saturday to visit to Wednesday with her sister the. August J. Pergandes. Guests Sunday of the Pergandes were her twin sister the Emmett Hansons, their son Darwin Hanson, Bradgate, the Stanley Andersons, of Humboldt, and Henry Pergande, of LuVerne. . Mrf. Clarence Jurgesen, Corwith, and her mother Mrs. Clara Wolf and sister Mrs. Edward Ua- juus, LuVerne, visited Wednesday in with their cousin, Mrs. Fred Lieto, Arnold and Ella t<pne Bppk to Algona. Tilt Wiltton AW»m, Johnny, Jimmy j?ji«J Jesnie, of Minneapo- were weekend visitors at the parental dif $juMrOm's. „. Traguer. 11th grade — Coleen Johns. 10th grade — Don Bristow and Connie Hefty. 9th grade — Marty Bowman, David Ristau. "B" Honor Roll 12th grade — Dennis Awe, Rex Bristow, Delores Eggleston, I ichard Hersbergen, Luana Leek, Bart Selby, Gerald Sill, Zelda Witzel. 11th grade — Jean Casey, Mary 'Cronk, Rebecca Daley, Gary Ernst, Bob Fett, Henry Schnakenberg. 10th grade — Mary Hanselman. 9th grade — Anna Marie Bahmann, Larry Casey, Larry Curry, Raejean Hewitt, Teresa Pedersen, Kathy Trauger, Linda Wilhelm. Four marks of B or better are required. An A does not balance a C. For the A honor roll 4 or more A marks are required. The 4 highest marks arc considered for students taking 5 subjects, if needed. Mrs, Eunice Meyer of Adel is spending a week in LuVerne visiting relatives and friends. She is a former LuVerne resident and teacher in the LuVerne schoolr Gordon Davidson, daughter Luann, IJurt, his mother, .Mrs Ralph Davidson, LuVerne, were weekend guests of the Vervon Davidsons and Kathy in Adel. Mrs. James Neville, formerly Kathy Dimler, Kansas City, Mo. visited her parents the A. W Dimlers. Saturday and Sunday She also will visit in Ames with her daughter the Mike Chjlds famdly. .-.'•• The William H*rtwig$, of For Dodge, visited Friday at their daughter the Meivin Martys. , Lawrence 0. Miller and the Al bert Heftis visited Mrs. Miller surgical patient in the hospita at Britt, Sunday. She is satisfactory. Mr*. Howard Krause and son were released Sunday from the Lutheran^ hospital, Fort Dodge 0-4., was br other; parental Harold Trauger's. came for some hunting. Suzanne Dudley, Westmar col- ege, LeMars, spent the weekend vith her parents the Clyde Dud- eys. ' LUVERNE BOWLING Monday Night League W L -uVerne Ins. ________ 8 iambco Lounge ___ ___ 7 5 ;U Verne Crop Service 6Vz 5% orner Store ______ __ 6,6 Standard Oil _____ . ___ 57 Livermore Co-op. ____ 3 9 Monday Highs orner Store _ ___________ 2748 B. Nielsen _______________ ; 557 orner Store _____________ 994 M. Patterson __________ ___ 207 Tuesday Highs Traugers --------- _ ______ 2260 Traugers -. ______________ __ 820 Kathryn Casey _____ _____,._ 554 Kathryn Casey _' _____ ______ 217 Wednesday Highs Village Pump _______ _ ___ 2705 Ivlarty, entertainment was by Mr. and Mrs. H^rry Naffziger. Michiael Jay, 7 Ib. 14 born Oct. 12. He has Je^ffry, John', James and sister Jeanna. The Clarence Krauses LuVerne, are grandparents. Thf Don Meyers ancj Rodney of Minneapolis, were weekem visitors with their parents the Harold Meyers, LuVerne, and the Arnold Hieses, Corwith. Rodne'j . The Uvyrence Bjustrotns, of w«s baptized Sunday in St. John' Straitford, were eiif at Lutheran church at Corwith with the Rev. Paul Lutz officiaiting FIELDMASTER 720 Just one trip thru the field with the 720 and your tandem baler is all you need to harvest baled stalks or-straw for valuable bedding. Brady baler hood feeds stalks directly to pickup reels. You have to .see this 3-in-l machine work to really appreciate it. Ask us for a demonstration. CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa COUNCIL MINUTES with TOWN OF LUVERNE COUNCIL MINUTES Oct. 3, mt Council met in regular session Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilmsn present: Nielsen,- Lawson, Holmes, Zentner, Gronbach: • Councilmen absent: None. Motion by Gronbach and seconded by Lawson to allow the following b Us- Motion carried. Iowa Public Ser. Co. s 9(U 11 n«ti i *- \*,_i.;-- * ey^.' 3 Rolland C. WallinV Harold Trauger __ Fred Goetsch Curtis Chapin Advance Pub. Co. Nielsen's DX I" Chapin Shoe Repar . Gibbs .Cooke Equip Co Fred Goetsch .J. Humboldt Concrete Products'II . 316.87 117.99 92.30 17.05 10.20 68.21 6.25 79.08 48.00 91.96 Sanford Plbg. & Htg " 2400 N. W. Bell Telephone .'.'"" 1779 The Council agreed there was an urgen need to build a new pumphouse, and de cided to build at once. • Motion to adjourn, " ' ' H. G. Trauger r Rc«ip. s for Scp,«mb«,, m« Crer " st e r^ a1 ..::::::; —— * &!< Public Safety -- 5 Sanitation Mun, Ent. Recreation 15.6' 9.8 14.7 9.8 Utilities ....... "1 ......... 29l' : """" Road Use Tax 3662 297 Total -____ ___ -„„_, s man •»' Published in ThV'KosVuth g °"°' WOULD YOU BELIEVE... YOU CAN CUT YOUR LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH A BRADY 4 -ROW CHOPPER? can H f ivm w deni ,?" str ation on your farm. No obligation. You'll see PIR E C!T ""7 why , B »ADV is * 1Kb I m 4-row sales,.. FIRST in performance in the field, BRADY FIELD SHREDDERS • 144"* ThT lno . del cuts » fu 'i m, M - he J 1108 * copied 4-row m CARROLL GARME LyVerne, Iowa LUVERNE CLINIC low* IF NO ANSWjR, C^U TUT

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