Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1966
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kites Friday for Livermore farmer, 48 Livermore—Funeral services were held Friday morning. Nov. 4, at the Humboldt Methodist Church for Wilbur J. Tilton Jr., 48, a Livermdre farmer Who died at the Fort Dodge Lutheran Hospital Monday morning folk lowing a short illness. t)r W. Morris Kildal, pastor of the church, officiated with the Lindhiart Funeral Home of Humboldt in charge of arrange- rnents IntermentWas in the rtprthLawn Cemetery at Fort Dodge, with military rites by the Livermore American Legion. Born at Webster City, Mr. Tilton-attended, school at Eiagle Grove and Thor. In 1939, he married Hazel Happy at Ottawa, Kansas, The couple farmed near Eagle Grove and Rolf, before moving to a farm south of Livermore where they had lived the past 21 years. During World War II, he served with the U.S. Navy in the Pacific area. Surviving are his wife; three sons, Larry, Kenneth and Doug las, all at home; four daughters Mrs. Ed Boudohek, who is liyini in Japan, Sandra, Judy and Debra, all at home; a grandson; and his parente, Mr. and Mrs- Wilbur Tilton Sr. of Humboldt. CLUB HISTORY The Twentieth Century Club met at the home of Mrs. Martha King for the November meeting The hostess gave the Religious Thought and the lesson was giv en by Mrs.' Karl Baessler which was on the history of the club The club was organized in 1901 by four ladies, Mrs. L. D. Hack Mrs. W. F. Miller, Mrs. Frank Miles and Mrs. A. B Morse. I joined the Federated Clubs the following year in 1902 and the General Federation in 1921. The club song was composed by Mrs Susanna Matin, in 1921 and i sung to the tune of "Battil Hymn of the Republic". One o the members, Mrs. August Paul son, the , former Mrs. Clayton Phillips, was the first county chairman of the Federated Clubs and attended a National conven tion in Denver. The club colors are Blue and White and the club at tit- Mercy Hospital in Dodge IAM ftidty lot the removal of a cataract on one of eyes, and is pfogressJng sat' '*''"'''" UBSTITUT6 TIACHIR Mrs, Richard thinpby was a ubstttute teacher for the 2nd grade last, week while Mrs. Crok- t was gone to a National Auxil- ary Mr. and Mrs. Dal* Joiner and Sharon droVfl to Otitumwa on Sat- unlay where, they Visited in the lome of an aunt and uncle over Jie=; weekend. Mf^i. Joiner's mother, Who had spent the past weelc .there returned honie with ;hem. ' ',.„ .",..'"; '"•.'•.-. Th« following people were en- ertained at the.paryl Frederick ibhie Sunday in honor of Mr. Frederick's birthday. His parsnips, Mr- and Mrs. Lawrence Frederick, and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick, Mrs. Frederick's mother, Mrs. Molly 3roh and their son Ron who attends college at LeMars and Kathy and Dale at home. Mr. and Mrs. Starling Knoll of Laurens were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Knoll's cousin, >the John, Olsons. Mrs. Cprntoj Smith who hat been visiting in the"Honie of her grandson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Smith ait Charlotte, North Carolina for the past six weeks, returned Home last Saturday. She made the trip by bus. Mr>. Cliff 'Bakir was hostOM to the Deal and Chat Bridge Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Clarence Carlson won high prize, Mrs. Robert Algoe second high and Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg, Inur V; '• >' '>'' '•'-•'' the low. Supper guests in the Dale Joiner home Thursday evening were a sister-in-law, Mrs. Tom Joiner and small daughter of Citrus Heights, Calif. Later in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Joiner and children, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyers, a brother •and sister of Mr. Joiner's and his mother, Mrs. Ethel Joiner, all of Humboldt were visitors Mrs. Freda Steussey of Algona spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman. is a,Pink.Carnation,. The present officers are: President, Mrs. Karl Baessler, Vic>Pres., Miss Margaret Devine, Secretary, Mrs Hazel Sanders and Treasurer, Mrs. Jessamine Miller, A new 'member, Miss Marguerite Wyman joined the club Tuesday. Lunch was served by the hostess. ( ATTENDS FUNERAL Mr. -and Mrs. Dick Schultz „ , tended funeral services for Bryan L. Oglesby, 69, at Mason City at the Methodist Church on Monday, Oct- 31. Mr. Oglesby died the preceding Thursday of a heart attack while watching his grandson score a touchdown in a high school football game at Mountain View, Calif. Mr. Oglesby, former owner of Oglesby's Food Shop in Mason City, had made liis home in California since the death of his wife last summer. He was an uncle of Dick Schultz. UPW MEETS The United Presbyterian Women met at the home of Miss Anna Murray with fourteen members answering roll call The President Mrs. Jessamine Miller conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Guy Raney gave the lesson. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence King of White Bear Lake, Minn., spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Martha King. Norman Smith, who attendt college in Omaha spent th;e week end in the parental Virgil Smith home. • .••-. 2-ALGONA (low.) ADVANCl LuVerne church Fellowship club elects officers Fellowship club of the Lu- Verne Zion Evangelical Lutheran, church met at the church Sunday. Hostesses were the Earle Hahselmans and Vernon Hanselmans. Officers were elected: Owen Curry, president reelected; Milton Wilhelm, vice; Mrs. John Pergande re-elected secretary; treasurer, Mrs. IVIiiltpn Wilhelm; and'Membership chairman, Paul Maas. METHODIST CIRCLES W.S.C.S Circles met Nov. 2. Circle 1 met at Mrs. Theodore Johnson's. Devotions were by Mrs. John 0. Cox and the lesson by Mrs. Alma Madden. Mrs- John Voss, Jr., was a guest. Mrs. Faye Lichty, presided. Circle 2 met in the church with Mrs. Allen Blake hostess. Devotion* were by Mrs. CM Bjustrom and lesson by Mrs. Irwin Jergerson. Mrs. Bjustrom presided- A bake goods sale was held. Circle 3 met Nov. 1 with Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Wesley. Devotions were by Mrs. Ralph Stoll, lesson by Myrtle Jordan. Mrs. Raymond Legler presided. Evening Star Circle met Nov. 3 at Mrs- Dale Zent- ners. Devotions were by Mrs. Ben Hefty, lesson by Mrs. Robert Barber. Mrs; Hefty presided. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party with husbands as guests at James Mallory's. VISITS IN WEST PUBLISHED AS MRT OF TMI KOllUf M COUNTY ADVANCl THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1966 . LIVERMORE BOWLING Junior Bowling League W Hot Spots 7 Gold Diggers 6 Lucky Leaguers 2 Safety Pins 1 L 1 2 6 .7 High Team Series Hot Spots !___ 1270 High Team Game Hot Spots 1 452 High Individual Seriet Dennis Schultz 434 High Individual Game Dennis Schultz 155 Lucky Strikert League W M Feeds M Livermore! Co-op 25^ Bode Locker 25 Livermore Bank —-,-23 Hamm Insurance ___22 Imperial Cafe 2J 1 / Bode Co-op 20 15 15 17 14 18% 16 21 24 25 26 31 HAS SURGERY Virgil Smith underwent sur- MEN * BOYS QUILTED NYLON Winter Jackets AT MARCIA'S Friendly Store" LIVERMORE Baker Truck Line __19 Dasen Oil Co. 16 Sawyer's 15 Livermore Lanes 14 Watkin's 9 High Team Series Hamm Insurance 2042 Bode Locker 1969 Livermore Co-op 1928 High Team Game Hamm Insurance 724 Bode Looker 705 Livermore Co-op 696 High Individuel Series Fran McGee 491 Marge Wilson 479 Lauretta Plathc 474 High Individuel Game Marge Wilson 161 Lauretta Plathe 179 Joanne Weydert 178 Fran McGee 175 The Ciif Richardsons. Lu- Verne and the Milton (Slim) Woiibys. Rochester, Minn, left Saturday for California to visit some of their children. Enroute they will stop at Longmont, Coio, to visit ^Mrs. ^ Mary • Glarney, mother of Mrs. Worby. Mrs. Carney, a former resident of Algona, is in a rest home there. They went to North Hollywood, California to the Duane Richardsons. The Worbys went to Santa Monica to visit their only child, Mary Lou, the Charles Brights. They expect to be away three weeks and making the trip in the Richardson car. CHURCH GROUP MEETS The W.S.W.S. of the E U.B. church met Nov. 3 at the home of their president, Mrs. Albert Hefti's, The society will hold evening meeting each month at home as many are away employed during afternoon. Mrs. Jerry Wolf led devotions and gave the lesson. She was assisted by members of the society, and received their thank offering. Business was conducted by Mrs- Hefti and Mrs. Otto Lawson was a guest. COUSIN IS DEAD Carl Hanselman, Charles Hanselman and Mrs. George Studer attended the funeral of their cousin, William Hanselman, 63, West Bend Cat the ScheUham- mer Funeral Home. The Rev. W. C. Ostermeier, pastor of Peace Lutheran church, West Bend, officiated. Burial was in West Bond cemetery. Survivors Raeann Brink engaged LuVerne — The engagement of Raeann Brink and Robert Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Larsen, Hudson, is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and, Mrs- Allyn Brink, LuVerne. She is a senior at Ames, and her fiance is employed with Grange Heating Co. at Waterloo, and is enrolled the winter quarter at Ames in the electronics technology curriculum. A spring wedding is planned. were'! in Domino League W L 11 Pioneer _______________ 25 M & M ________________ 22 Town Tavern __________ 20 Mike's Garage _________ 20 Wvernior8> Bank -------- 19 American Legion _______ 18 Smith Lumber _________ 17 K. O. Hardware _________ 16 K C ___________________ 14 Livermore Lanes _______ 14 Hardy Cafe ------------- 13 Gronbach's px ________ 7 Higji Team Series Smith Lumber ___________ 2448 Pioneecr ----------------- 2409 Town Tavern _____________ 2394 High Team Game Town Tavern _____________ 888 Pioneer _______________ ___ 885 Smith Lumber _____________ 882 High Individual $trie$ Ellsworth Bennett _________ 603 L. N. Bormann _____________ 591 Barney Thilges ______________ 591 Barney Thilges _____________ 232 Delmar Flattie ____________ 224 L. N' BQrmann ------------ 223 include four sister. brothers and one ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Sadie Wagner was visited Wednesday ; and Thursday by some of her children who came to attend the funeral of their uncle, Milo Patterson Thursday. Present were the William East- mans, Rockford, III, the Richard Boyds, Harlan Wagners, Le* Roy Wagners, all of Humboldt TO REST HOME Mrs. Otto Wille's new address is Mrs. Otto Wille, 616 North Iowa, RR 1, cere of the Ralph Blocks, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Wille had been hospitalized in the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. The Ralph Blocks have a rest home with accojnmodations for four, women. Speaker at the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church Was the Rev. Arthur Canipny, Gilmore City. The Rev. Ralph E. Hindman, pastor at LuVerne, spoke at Gilmore City church. The Lester Smiths went to Iowa Falls Saturday to visit tKeir son Jerald Smith and their daughter Sharon, the Gary Ites families. The Henry Martys Ames Saturday visiting' their son, the Carroll Martys. ,.; Suzanne Dudley, her friends, and Connie Schnetzer, Westmar college, LeMars, were weekend visitors at the parenta] Clv'de T>udleys ; and Ge,6rge, Sch^et^Wg.- The Delberf Sankeys moved last week from Wesley to'live 1 , in; the farm 'house on the farni' of Thees Schnakewberg, north, of LuVerne. Mr. Sankey is employed at Bituminous at Algona. They have four children )yho have enrolled in the LuVeMe school. •' Mrs. Earle Hanselman was a weekend guest of her' son George Hanselman, senior at Ames. She attended, Mother's Day at the college. Mrs. John Schnakenberg took Laurie Coyle and Connie Hefty of the Walther League to a rally at the Lutheran church in Whittemore. Phyllis Block accompanied' them and was a shiest. The Bernard Millers, Bruce, Shelly and Scott, Fort Dodge, were Tuesday guests of her mother, Mrs. Lena Hinz and her brother Herbert and Frances Hinz. The John Bierstedts and Brent moved, Sunday to a farm near Marcus where he will be employed. They lived last year in a tenant house and assisted the Harry Naffzigers. The Verne Smiths/ Dayton, visited Thursday with his sister, the Bert Thomases. The John 0. Coxes were Sunday guests of the A. L. Freder- icksons in Paton. Mrs, Emil Leistikow visited Monday to Friday in Spring Green, Wis., their former home. She also visited her son Mike, senior in high school, Mrs. Leistikow and Mike visited her mother, Mrs. Mae Harmon, in Mauston, then in Madison. Wis., with her daughter, the Gary Klatts and Danny. ^ LUVERNE BOWLING Wednesday Night League W Blakes 14 Zentners 13 Village Pump 11 Walnut Grove _____ 11 Sanfords 11 LuVerne Co-op. l- 8 LuVerne Bldg. ______ 7 Security State Bank _ 5 L 6 7 9 9 9 12 13 15 Monday League LuVerne" Crop'Service 'JH'l' 27'6 H. Hefty 60 New officers for LuVerne LuVffM— Aid of Zion Evangelical- Lutheran church met . 3 wi& &rs Leftw man presiding. The Rev. R. T. dueller gave the lesson and >rayer. Off Jeers were elected: Urs. Thees Schnakenburg, pres- dent; Mrs. Sherman Arends, vice; Mrs. Richard Gronbach, sec; Mrs. Walter Bierstedt treas; Mrs. Jerry Stille was hostess- Charles Lamb, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., and his son, the Alfred They are ./former of Fenton. neighbors, the Ralph StolU, LuVerne, her .sister the Elmer Htitchin* sons,'Eagle Grove r .visited Sunday in Alden with the women's sister the Gfover Mcltttyres, Mrs. Mclntyre is convalescing from a recent heart attack, _;_- '. - - '_. • --*-'.- /'*'- '-- COUNCIL MINUTES Lambs, Kenosha, in LuVerne last Wis., visited week. They came for the funeral of their brother-in-law and uncle, Milo H. Patterson, Thursday- Mrs. Marsha Hanselman will return to LuVerne Sunday after a four weeks with her daughter Edna, the George Furstenau's, Geneseo, 111. Mrs. James Mallory and' her mother, Mrs. Alma Madden attended the open House Sunday in St. John's Lutheran church, MR. AND MRS. Lee Day, Verne, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Connie Jean, to Theodore F. Collins, of Gary, Indiana, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins, Livermore. The wedding date has been•',set for 'January 7 at Sacred Heart church in Livermore. TOWN OF LUVERNE ' ' LuVerne,' low* October 20, W* • Council'met in special • session with Mayor VWIIory presiding. ' •',•-'. Cd.uncflmen present; Nielsen,,' ?en»nef, and Lowson. -, ' . '•.'' ' Councilmen absent: Gronbach and Hol- A Class A Liquor license was Issued the American Legion Post. • . " Rugers Class C Liquor license was renewed; ' ' ; ; ' ' . Motion to adjourn. ' i-. ! •, H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Published In the Algona Kotsuth County Advance, Algonp, Iowa Nov. 10, 1966 "'• ' : Ringsted for the 25th anniversary of the Kenneth Thompsons Tho Edwin Martys, hor parents, the Henry Kulbys, were weekend guests of their daughter in Randall. LuVerne Crop Service __ 95 F. Gronbach 21 Tuesday League Traugers x 2170 Traugers "L 840 Vera Will 499 Doris Barber 201 Wednesday League LuVerne Co-op. 2809 LuVerne Co-op. 989 Merlyn Swanson 588 Merlyn Swanson _, 236 Thursday League Humboldt T ___'__ 2195 Hardcopfs : 776 Myrna Hinz 207 Myrna Hinz 543 Cleni Stripling 219 Joe 4 -Henderson 590 Saturday League Nielsen's 2089 Lawsons 760 Martha W. —_ 522 Martha W 193 Allen B. 581 Allen B. _ 220 Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all our relatives, neighbors and friends for the many acts of kindness shown to us during our bereavement. For cards, flowers, memorials, food and assistance to the sons with the trucks. These kindnesses will never, be forgotten. The family of Milo H. 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