Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 12
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'win livers {boys help with Belmond cleanup -> Livermor. — All the boys in *Jie Twin Rivers high school at iiode and some of the men teach- fers went to Bslmond one day i&st week to halp in the cleanup. / Several individuals and farmers from Liver more have also gone over to halp. Mrs. Clarence Carlson, the school nurse, has gon& over both weekends to help ih the hospital there, which fortunately escaped the tornado, jhe Eastern Star membars sent Sandwiches, coffee and fruit 'juice over one day and other organizations have tentative plans to take food ovar and help in the serving thru the day. Other residents hava offered their homes for those needing a place to stay. hotel in ForC Dotlge. .While living Ifi LiverhWe Mr. Chattiibefs owifc ed and operated the John Deefe Implement Shop. HALLOWEEN PARTY The Legion Roys are again planning a party at the L?.<gion hall on Monday evening, Halloween nlgh^ at 8 o'clock, for tlie "Trick or Trailers." There Will b3 a movie and treats for everyone. ARMSTRONGS MOVE Mis. Eden Armstroiig and son Dale liave moved imto the EJd Opheim house recently vacated by ehe Albert Ber'te family. Sherm Wickre, who has bten ii work for tha 83RD BIRTHDAY Members of her family helped Mrs. Kate Collins celebrate her 83rd birthday last Thursday. Attending the dinner were her dau- ghtsrs Floy, Mrs. 'Marwin Marlow of Lone Rock, Erma, Mrs. Fabsr Dugan oi Humboldt, two grauiddaugnkrs, Mrs. Dsnnis Wagner and Mrs. Dennis Thompson, her slater and broiiher, Ida and Oscar Riiey of W.e'ut' bend, daughter-in-law Mrs. Roy Salmon, sons and wives, Frances and Martha Collins and Don and Esther Collins. In the afternoon about thirty women cums with well- M10J baskcifcs to visit ;with her. Mrs. Collins received miany cards and gifts. - AT CONVENTION Mr. and Mi.;. Robert Wilson attended the Bank era .coavamti at the Fort Deo Moines hotal in Des Mo'.nes the first two days of last weuk. Gutet speaker at the Banquet Monday evening was Casey Stengel, former manager of the New York Yankees. Later that evening they emjoyed dancing ait the Val Air baihvoim with Ifrankie Mai tars and his band. •Tuesday evtyimg they aaw thi Flower Druin Sang at the KRNT theatre^ A classmate, Delbbie Arndprfer, of St. Benedict, stay- 3d with Jan a 'while her parents jvere in Des Moines. past five years, is now employed at the Farmers Co-op elevator. Mr*. Clarenc* Carlson anttr- tained the Deal & Chat Bridge club at her. home Thursday ai<t.r- noon. A 2 o'clock des&sit luncheon was served and at cards prizes were won by Mrs. Jim Bor- marni, Mrs. T. D. Rossing and Mrs. DICK Schultz. Mrs. Orville Logue was a guest. ' . • J ' I*. ' Tribune 4-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSOTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, OCT. V, 1M6 Member* of the family, Mr. and Mrs. Lsroy Gronbaoh and Terri, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Faith of Rutland, Phillip Faith, a brother, . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, a sister, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raihey ;'&$$ -to the. JohnyOl- sou home Sunday evening to- help MtvOl&on, celebifata his birthday. 'Captain and Mr*. Jamas Berry- ''' ATTEND RECEPTION / ; Mr. and Mrs. Laroy Gronibach, Mr. and Mr<s. Leoaurd Wilson and Mr;-;an,d Mrs. Alfred Smith attended .the .wedding recaption of Miss; ,iohe Veronica Weideman, of; Fort Dodge and Charles Chambers, of Humboldt, Saturday afternoan, Oct. 8, in the Continental room at the Warden Force ^ -.ia"< visiting : ius tm ara erry hillrpr to j>_*g seinit overseas tx> -England -the Ijast of ;this mpnthx; • He will ,bei^ta^ , tuxied. tK£r&ii>r I three years ; atoici his family wiU^mbve there when there is available housing. There are three boys and a girl in the family, the 10-ysar-old girl being the oldest. Mr. end Mrs. Hal Gimer of Rsnwick were visitors in the h'oma. of her mother, Mrs. Jessamine Miller 'Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Drushella of Scio, Oregon, and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Orville" Carter of Las. Vegas are visiting in the home of Mr. Drushella's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, and his mother, Mrs. Nellie> Drushella in Dakota City. They, flew t» Dss Moines where the, Wilsons, met thein; Earl Armstrong and Noble Harris spent a day and a half in rfelmond last week helping to clean up; the debrisi 'taking, the town's dump truck and tractor with the scoop. Mrs. Gaprge Gilbert of Cedar Rapids visited several days 'with her sister Miss Florence Altman;. Mr, and Mrs. Donald Heiter and Linda, of Spencer, spent Sunday with his mother Mrs. Lela Heiter ' YOU .1 I would like ; to extend a thanks to all the: people who answered the call for aid to Belmond. It is a heartwarming experience to know that though we are small in population, the hearts of the people of LuVerne are big. We •• • ..-•;•' ' ( ' ','• f- :•, , '' -". i. • had offers of housing for approximately 100 people and we have taken two loads of food and clothing to Belmond and'more to go. Also there has been .many dollars through different sources sent to Belmond- I wish to extend the thanks of the people of Belmond and say "Thanks" myself for the wonderful response for the call for help. JAMES L. MAILORY LuVerne, Iowa Uvtrmori man in supervisor raot Livermore — Alvin J. "Al" Lsnertz, Livermore bay, is the democratic candidate for super- Visor in Humboldt county la the general election on Nov. 8. Al <vas born and raised in Livermore and for the past 39 years has done carpenter work around the county and has a cabinet shop o.i North Main street. Margaret Kay Butler and class- mata, of Klemme, spsnt from Wednesday to Sunday with her grandparents the Bill Davises. The Ivan Frederiksen family whose house and all their ba- longings were recehtly destroy ed by fire, have moved into a farm house north of town, form erly occupied by the Edwin Bau- gois. family. Mrs. Myron Dudley spent a coupla of days in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge last week for a check-up. Mrs. Ruth Necker has been visiting in Waterloo'the past week /LIVERMORE BOWLING \^:" Women's League ",. ll -r ".--.: .' .'• w Bode Locker 21 Livermore Co-op. ____ 20 L 11 12 M & M Feeds Mode Co : op. ___ T .__1_ 19 9 Livermore State Bank 17 15 imperial Cafe „_..— 1.V& 15V Baker Truck Line __ 16 16 Ha mm Insurance 15 13 Das2n Oil Co. __.:___ 13 19 Sawyer's L____i_____ 12 20 Livermore Lanes 11 17 Watkin's r __^___:___ 8 24 V High Team Series Bode Locker _!___ 2037 Liverinore Co-op. __.,__i_^ 2003 . Sawyer's ___L____:l____^i_ 1896 High Team Qame. Bode s Lbcker ii:i-ll_-j_I^__' 703 Livermore Co-op. ___'_i____ 682 M;& M Feeds ___ _______ ___ 675 High Individual Series Shirley Zeripr ^__^_l4_^_! 490 JoainieWeydert _:.__..___ ___ 470 Joan Malkmus _L!_______'_^- 450 High Individual Game Shirley Zenor ____ _C"----— 178 Joanie Weydert __ r .^__-, ____ ,174 Katherine McKenna ^______ 167 85th birthday is observed by LuVerne woman LuVerne — The John Vosses, Sr., Algona, had a birthday dinner Sunday at the Johnson House for 35 guests-for the 85t.h birthday of John Voss Sr. Guests were their children the Herman Wises, Wesley; John Vasses Jr., LuVerne; Wayknd Fredericks; Arlington. Grandchildren .wer,e the Gary Larsons and Lisa, Buffalo Center; James Bishops, Roland Kauskis,'Sharlyn, Das Moines; Jim, Joe, Jean Frederick, the John Fredericks and Robin, arid their grandfather, Jack Frederick, all Arlington; the Dalmer Vosses, Eagle. Grove, and Keith Vojseis, LuVerne.' Also Mrp. Emma ...Hoibarg of Rock Island, 111.) sister,of Mrs. Vpss, Sr., and their house guest. , Robert Phillips and : friend, Charles Horan, Orange, Calif,, on a vacation trip stopped ^Friday at William Bigings'. "Bob" Phillips is the son of Mrs., Mairg,ar r et Phillips, Orange, and, ilie late 1 ohnny Phillips. His grandiparenits were the late Sherman Phillipses, early long time farmers in Sherman township. Bob's mother was the former Margaret Van Patton, teacher here 40 years ago. They came from Des Moines where they visit 3d the Harold Phillips family, his cousin, also of LuVerne when Harold was LuVerne postmaster and grain dealer. .They'went to Stewarville, Minn., to visit another cousin, the Paul Phillips. Bob has employment with Security . Fire Door Co. in St. Louis, Mo! VISIT FORMER PASTOR Friends and former members of the Rev. Muellers from the Bouton-Perry Community v/here they served for more than; 3C years, carne^ Sunday'to attend Zi r on, Lutheran .and'.spend the, ait fernoHtf wifli'.the •Mue5Per^''CaTO ing were the Franklin Godwin's Henry J. Meiers, Walter Meiers and social hour, refreshments were served by Kathy Wittmei- cr, Kris Meyer .and Rusty Bris* Low. WILL HELP LIBRARY Good Will club met with Mrs. Howard Swanson Oct. 20. James Mallory^was speaker on the lir brary pirojeot. They voted to cooperate. Mrs. Carl Swanson had the entertainment. The November meeting will ba at Mrs. Edwin Hanselman's and election of officers will take place. David Mueller of the State U. of Ames and Joal Mueller pi' Concoi'dia Academy, St. Paul, Minn., were home tor the waaik- ertd with their parents the Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Mueller. The Clark Kinneys, Minburh, LUVERNE BOWLING Tuesday Standings Beauty Shop —^i— 13 Patterson's Trucking _ 11 Trauger's _i.—.__ — 10 K&HOil_-^ 9 Village Pump- —9 Les's Barbar Sho.-i.- 5 L 3 5 6 7 7 11 Pioneer Cheese 5 11 Lowell's Skelly — ^ 2 : 14 ;1, ..Monday ; Livermore Co-op.'1— 2729 H. Manson, -^ -^ 544 Livermore Go-~op. __ 990 H. Hanson .'_ 214 Tuesday Beauty Shop 2281 Beauty Shop 807 Betty Hansen 535 Joan Nielson 204 Wednesday came Thursday for a week with Zentners;_— —— 2867 her sister,, the Earl Mannings. Mrs. Lydia Lund greatgrandchild. Lunds, Davenport, have an 8 Ib. 12 oz. son, John Wayne, born oil. Oct. 10. Johnny is the son of.the Adolph "Ole" .Lunds* Davenport, and the baby is their first grand' child.', . '...;.-'. ' • •, ,.,.. Tw Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke, Mr*. |r* vin Ruhnke, Whittemore, and Mrs. Maurice Thompson, Algona, visited the Walter Bierstedts on Wednesday. They are the mother, sister-in-law and sister of Mrs. Bierstedt. The Fred Hellers, New Glarus, Wis., were recent guests, at Elmer Kuibly's. The Henry Kublys were guests of his sistar Mrs. Cora Burk in Renwick Wednesday. Mrs. Hester Kerr, Corpus Chr isti, Texas, and Mrs. Rex Puffer, his • new Mrs. Lawrence 0. Miller re- Johfttiy turned Thursday from the hospital at Britt where ,she was a surgicll patient. . ' Earl Thompson, Mason City, visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mabsl Thompson. He came to help winterize her \ home. Other Sunday callers were her granddaughter,; Mrs. Leon, Hln- ton, and children. Fort Dodge, and her sister, the Percy Loomers, Britt. Centners-—_—_____— ami Bntt were Thursday guests of « • c, «. T ,^ ntne ™----------- IA* i the Henry Kublys. The women Their daughter, Penny Sue Kin-'Elmer Kubly —•__•_•—_— 546| are daughters of the late Charles Beamens, ney, Des. Moines, joined them Hay Legler here SUnday; All visited in Nora Saturday Springs'Sunday with the Harold Goatsdis _._< :__.__ 2194 Santiws,'a brother of Mrs. Ken- Goetschs _____._-_—-_—v_ 755 nay and Mrs. Manning; ^ 'Martha —Ll___l—•_..—._— 586 The'Fred Merkles were week-1 Martha _l_. 209 nd guests of her brother,'the Everett L___j:ii^_——__^— 517 Everett,___- 187 son the John Vo?.3es Jr., of Domino League W L M & M,Feeds 22 6 Pioneer ______J_____ 18 10 K. O. Hardware ____ 16 8 L. State Bank _____ 16 12 Town Tavern __•_ J4 14 American Legion ___ 13 15 Livermore Lanes •____ 13 15 Smith Lumber ._ 12 12 Mike's Garage J_^,^_ 12 12 Hardy Cafe ^ 9 15 K. C. _____-__,. 8 16 Grpnbach's DX—____ 4 20 *'i High 'Team Series M & M Feeds ____________ 2651 K. 0. Hardware __^—^i__ 2408 Pioneer __^_i_:.;\:_________ 2265 High Team Game K; O. Hardware __^_,_^i__ 893 M & M Feeds 891 M<& M Feeds ____________ 853 High Individual Scries •Al Sinclair * 580 Paul Jarvis 529 Daryl Baker ____^i__^,___ 525 High Individual Gam* Paul Jarvis 234 Al Sinclair :_ 221 Jack Ferguson :____ 211 Harhy Christensen, Ringcted, was taken to St, Mary's hospital, | Rochester, Minn., as an emergen- )Cy patient Friday. Mrs. Christensen is staying with him there. Harley is the son-in-law of Mrs. Anna Hanselman and brother-in- law of Le Roy and Earle Hanselman. Mrs. Christensen is the former Elva Hanselman. Ant Stamps, Adolph Wasmuths Jesse Dierbarger, Mrs. Esther Rodlend, the John Seemans, the John Winkelplqcks and the Pau Friemels. - ' '• ' >'•" the late Char early residents ehmans in Des Moines. Mrs. Msrkle, teacher in Boone 'Valley ait Ranwick, attended the institute Friday. ' ' Edwin' Hanselman entered the Lutheran -hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday for treatment. The Alvin Steussys, Fergus Falls, Minn., visited Tuesday to Thursday with his sister, Mrs. Anna Hanselman in LuVerne and their brother the Aaron A. Steussys, Algona. The James Mallorys were Saturday anid Sunday visitors in Mimi'sapo'lis with the Bernard Manch'osters. The David Traugers and Brent David were Saturday visitors at the parental Harold Trauger's. This was the first visit of Brent David born Got. 8. Dale Kubly, senior at Ames, visited; his parents, the Elmer Kublys, over the weekend. lh_ Methodist the church Got. WSCS met in 19 with Mrs. For big boosts in CROP PROFITS SMITH DOUGLASS GRO-GHEEN • ANHYDROUS AMMONIA ,/ For bigger yields per acre, lower'pro- cJuqtion costs and more profit per acre — apply Smith-Douglass QRO- GRIEN® Anhydrous Ammonia now, Ypy can apply CRO-GREEN Anhydrous Ammonia directly into the soil fitter fctfore pr when you turn v. SEE US FOR FALL under stubble, stalks or cover crops* Keep soil fertility in balance! Use enough Smith-Douglass fertilizer to achieve maximum performance from GRO-GREEN Anhydrous Am* monia. Soil should be tested for best results, ' LUVERNE CROP SERVICE RICHARD GRONBACH, M 9 r. Ph9n« 88J-3234 Lu Verne, low* ATTENDS SHOWER Mrs. Lydia Lund attended a pre-nuptial shower Monday ai the Lake Lutheran church, south west of Renwick, for her grand daughter Vicki Nerem. She was accompanied by her daughter the Tjeren Nerems,' Corwith. The bride-elect is the daughter o Marvin Nerem and the late Jen nie Lund Nerem. She will be married Nov. 19 to Robert Uhr Gold-field, They will live in Ames where attending the und versity. LEAVE FOR PHOENIX The Hugh Shirks left Thursday for theilr winter home in Phoenix, Ariz. They have a trailer home in a court there. Their new address is C 76 - 5207 North Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, Ariz. 85015. The Shirks have retired from the LuVerne Pharmacy, They will visit her parents the Claire Joneses and her sister the Kenneth Chamberlains, at Royal, leaving Monday for Arizona. •URPRISE FOR BIRTHDAY Mrs. Anna Haniselman was honored Tuesday for her 79th birthday. Guests were her three children, the LeRoy Hanselmans, Earle Hanselmans and David, LuVerne, and the Harley Chris- tiansons, Ringsted. Also her brother, the Alvin Stsussys, Fergus Falls, Minn., who came to surprise her. .They brought the dinner and the birthday cake. Mrs. Han'selman received many gifts, cards, telephone calls. MRS, ROGERS ILL The P. E. (Bob) Griffitts, Char- les,t:own, Ind. and her sister, Mrs. Jack, Lewaroe, Fort Dodge, visited in LuVerne Thursday. The Griffitts were caljed by the illness of their mother, Mrs. Clara Rogers, who is a medical patient in the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Rogers, 93, is the widow of the late Hal E. Rogers early editor of the LuVerne News, LuVerne newspaper. HAVf A HAYRIPE Watther Leaguers of the Lu- Verne Zion Ev. Lutheran church \yere hosts Thursday evening to the youth of the LuVerne E. U. B, church at a hayride. Drivers were Jim Hefti and Charles H^nselrrvan. Following the ride Dale :Zentner presiding. Devotions wsre by Mrs. LeRoy Weber, and lesson--by t Mrs.* Luanda 1 Stone. Hostesses were'.Mrs. .far- old Trauger, Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer, Mrs. Allyn Brink, Mrs Percy Brink and Mrs. Harold Wolf. The Canasta club met Thursday with Mrs. Melvin Kubly who substituted for Mrs. Clara McClellan who was ill. Mrs. Jim Hefti was a guest. At play, high, Mrs. Fay Harmon and low Mrs. Frank Gronbach. . . Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer entered the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Monday, She had surgery Wednesday. She is satisfactory. Her room number is 207. Mrs. Ray Agard entered the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday. Friday she had mar jor surgery. Mrs. Agard is secretary at the Algona school. Mrs. Emma Hogberg, 81, Rock Island, 111., came to visit her sister the John Vosses Sr,, in Algona. The Vosses, guest, and Mrs. Sadie Wagner has returned from two weeks with her daughter Dorothy, the Darwin Johns, Genesco, HI. The Johns came for her and brought her home. Verrie, we're. Sunday ''guests of the Herman Wises,'.Wesley'.,.../ The Harlan Wagners have moved to a home on the edge of Humboldt. Harlan works at the fertilizer plant and Mrs. Wagner at the court house at Dakota City. They had lived in the house on the farm east of Lu- Verne owned by Donald Marty. Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, daughters Cindi and Vicfci visited Sunday in Mason City with her mother Mrs. Glen Rinehart. The Harold Traugers, Lu- Verne, her father, Edward Hof Rotary Rest Home, Eagle Grove his sisters, Mrs. Cora Ross and Mrs. Lucille Hof, Humboldt were Sunday guests of their sister Florence Hof at the Western Home, in Cedar Falls. The Justin Andersons, Lebanon, Mo., were Tuesday guests of his cousins the Elmer Kublys. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — Thanks to everyone whio,sent me cards 'and k'ttsrs during my recent illness.' Your thoughtfulness was appreciated. Dawn Lindebak, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 24w84 here. They also 'visited-"-Myrtle Jordan; their 'former country school teacher 'east 'of .'LuVerne years ago. I Mrs. £mma Hofpner,' Omaha, came Thursday'to> visit here.r a gu'e^t.,jait] jVtfl ( . ~~.' Mrs. Hoeph'er''bame !v ; Island, 111., whera she attended the wedding of her grandddiMJh- CaithoMc church! Mer' parents ware.Mrs. Harry Hospner and the lata Harry Hoepner. Becky end David, children of the Howard Boyers, Waukea, spent the weekend with their grandmother, Mrs. Alma Madden, and uncle and aunt the James Mallorys. Mrs. Alma Madden took her guests the Loren Yesslers, Amarillo, Texas/Thursday to Ringsted to visit Mrs. Alta Madden. They are,all cousins. , Tha Gary Wittmeiers and his aunt Mrs. Elmer Emery, of Fort Dodge, were Saturday ..visitors at the parental L. C. .Wittmeier's. Tha Vervon Davidsons and Kathy, Adel, were weekend visitors at the parental Ralph Davidson's. . >Yi(|?v ,-_IB«J* !:!Sfpr to ' WOULD YOU 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? Just ask for a FREE demonstration on your farm. No obligation. You'll see in a hurry why PRADY is FIRST in 4-row sales...FIRST in performance in the field. ••••^^^^^ f^^iW ^PB^BBH ^•••^••••••^ flaW FIELD SHREDDERS Giant 4-row model cuts a full 144"! The most copied 4-ro\y on the marketi Also available in 2 smaller models to cut 80'' or 60" \yide. These "beefed-vp" units completely ghred »)>d pulverize tough, tbjck, stal'ss . . . with less- tractor pOM'ey than you can imagine, OARROU 6AJUW LUVERNE^ OR. R. D. BRAINERO 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 aae YOU CAN CHOP.SHRED AND BALE STALKS IN ONE OPERATION WITH THE: BRADY HEADMASTER? .• ^fy, ,'\ • "••':. And .that's not the whole story! The Fieklmaster also converts quickly, for/green chop operation.. Or, couple it with your 2-row chopper and y_6u get a 4-row i chopper operation. BRADY FIELDMASTER 720 Just one trip thru the field •with the 720 and your tandem •baler is^ill.yoi^nced to harvest „ baled stalks -or straw for, valuable bedding. Brady baler hood feeds-'stalks directly to pickup reels, iYou,- have to see this •; ,8-in-l machine work to really • appreciate' it. Ask us for a demonstration. CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa v 1-i'M i 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 n in "Ml 1 I 1 I I 1 1 1 has " Teacher Has The Right Idea + , • v, ? e l life h ^ s , ^ fillod with more wo;k than P la y. more sacrifice . claim, but she considers the results worth all she has given of ; fulfill responsibilities with a glad heart, find.ng contentment . ments. Her brilliant mind and talents would hwe earned her U HV ,, Mtwt - B .„ mai . . vors. She chose teachmg as her profession, .with the conviction that if iu«t one bnv • each year was turned about and started in th > Ht/Vit direction it u/uc », n ,^h <u . - • uiru-iion it was worth more than all the T r .u Sne j inds contentment too, in her regular attendance at church It buov* h».i. ; face the problems of each day and week. It re.tores her spirit, as ffi'psalrnl? . it renews her strength and convictions. It aid; in many ways It will do iho Vi • \m'l hilt rriwo it n oinno-n *«i-1 -*.*•••<• " *M UU 111U 5t| up ; you but give it a sincere tri^l. 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