Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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.( w ?? for 5 r ' * J Mrs. DeGroote at Livermore . Livermor* — A miscellaneous shower was held at the Lutheran Church Mohday night, Nov. 7, for Mrs. Steven DeGroote, nee Cynthia Lempke, a recent bride. Corsages were presented to the two grandmothers, Mrs. Nessa and Mrs. Lempke, aunt of the groom, Mrs. Melyih Olson, of Bode and .•;, the "bride's, mother, Mrs. James Lempke. Mrs. Allen Foth was in charge of the guest book. A quartet from Twin Rivers sang and Mrs. Don Collins gave a reading. Vicki Lempke and Miriam Mackintosh, helped with the gifts. Blue and white were the colors carried out ; in decorations. ".. The two grandmothers presid ed at the tea table. The commit tee were: Mrs. Vernon Kramer Mrs. Jerry Rapp, Mrs. Ole Sitt ler, Mrs. Chris Madsen, Mrs Dean Zeman, Mrs. Kenneth Layton, Mrs. Ernie Haack, Mrs. Harry Rutz, Mrs. Glen Sbhultze, Mrs. Allan Foth, Mrs. Don Collins, Mrs. Clarence Wells, Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh, Mrs. James Hinton and Mrs. Howard Barton. Mrs. Jessamine Miller entertained the Delta Dek Bridge club at her home Friday after mom A 2 o'clock luncheon was served and at cards, Mrs. Karl Baessler . won high, Mrs. Nick Bormann 'second high and Miss Florence Altman the bingo prize. Mrs. Lyle Nelson ; and Mrs. Norman Scott were guests. Mrs. Martin Miller has been visiting friends in Minneapolis while her husband has been at Cass Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres took their son Eugene to Ft. Dodge last Thursday where he took the bus to Taft, Calif, where his two brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frideres and Bill Frideres and his sister, Mrs. Larry Heinen , live. .His other sister, Mary Rae is employed at Burbank. His '. plans are indefinite but he will " look for employment while there. Eugene is a 1966 graduate of Twin Rivers. Mrs. Don Crosby of Chicago, the former Grace Trauger, daughter of Mrsi; Mary Trauger „ and. the late Eaiugeir, recent,' Livermore woman breaks wrist Livermore— Mrs. Bill .Wilson slipped brt some ice near the back door at her farm home last Thursday and fell breaking two boiiesltt Hef left wrist. She now has it in a i cast. WIN TUItkEY* « A -large crowd attended the Feather Party at the Legion 'Hall Saturday night. Those winning turkeys in the Auxiliary draw- in| Were Bryan Rdettler, Mrs. Kenneth Underberg, Mrs. George Lenertz and Mrs. Martha Kilig, iVtfs. Harry Rutz 'won the door prize. CASH DRAWING Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night Were Donald J. Faith, $50 and Marilyn Klein, $40. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Lela Heiter on .Sunday were her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs, Donald Heiter of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Newt Heiter of Algona. Mrs. Richard Ferstl returned ome Monday evening after pending the past 10 days in the of her daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Kaminski at Omaha and tie Al Grandegenett home in itovilla. Mrs. Grandegenett Tough! her mother home. The Neighborhood Card Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold 'jerstad Tuesday afternoon. A o'clock dessert luncheon, was erved and at cards Mrs. Julius Becker won high,, Mrs. Bill Wilon low, and Mrs. Harold Roether low. Mrs. Kiley was a guest. Mrs. Dale Joiner and. Mrs. 'om Joiner and baby daughter who are visiting 'here from Cal- fornia visited Mrs. Jack Buck- ngton at Ft. Dodge Wednesday after noon'. Mr. and 'Mrs. Ivan Fredericksen and family have now moved nito a farm, house near Ottosem and the children are attending ;he Otitosen school. cousins, the Harold and James , Traugeys and with, her uncle Guy Trauger at 'the Westview Home in Brttt, The Earl Traiig ers formerly farmed east of Livermore. Mrs. Trauger is in a rest home in Riverside, Calif Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bopeccio -Of Chicago visited several days last week in the home of Mrs Molly Grdh. The Equality Club met at the home of Mrs, Dorothy Malkmu Thursday afternoon. Roll eal .was a new book. Mrs. Mialkmus presided at the business meet 'ing and Mrs. Marguerite Wyman gave the lesson which was on the "Historical Society and reminesc -;ed about the changes in ' schooling since . the time sh< started teaching until the pres ent time. Lunch Was served am a social hour followed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz visit ed in the Bill Jacobson home in Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Miss Patty Gronbach who i employed in Minneapolis spen from Tuesday until Thursday ii the parental Leroy Gronbac! home, traveling by bus to Masoi City, . 2-ALOONA (lewa) ADVANCE PUiLltHlD AS PART OF THIKOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THOKSbAY, NOV. 17, IMA 17 18 LIVERMORt BOWLING Lucky Strikers Laafua Livermore Lanet w | M «t M Feeds —___30', Livermore Bank ____27 Bode Lcicker —26 ImperialVCafe _— Hamm Insurance ___25 Livermorte Co-op —25 , Baker Trlick Line __22 Bode Co-op ___: 21 Dasen Oil Co. 17 Livermore Lanes ___17 Sawyer's ~^16 Watkid's 12 i High Team Series Imperial Cafe ^___ M & M \Feeds + —2003 Livermore Co-op ^ 1979 High Team Game Imperial \Cafe, __4————748 Imperial Oafe M & M Feteds _m^-^---j IndivUual High Set-let Lydia FrecfcrickL—^—J_J_500 Helen Sorlein ----—-—.--486 Marge Wilfeon ^_iJ_:—__:_463 Individual High Game Wanda Palmer; ____:il91 Lydia Frederick _—_______18( Helen Sorlein\ __________^ 177 18 18 22 23 27 27 28 32 Mrs. Debbie Norbert visited Frideres and Mrs. Leonard Domino League \ W Pioneer _______ _—28 M & M Feeds __L_ ___24 High Tealm Series Homecoming at LuVerne school this Saturday \ LuVerne— The LuVerne Cohir munity school invites all alumni (1894-1986), past and present faculty and schoolboard meat- ben, and the public to the 14th annual Homecoming Saturday, evening, Nov. 1. This year the class of 1941 will hold its 25th class reunion. Arrangements for bringing the members of the Class of '41 to- Memorial Soeitty •Itcts at U-Yerae The Memorial Society met in the LuVerne town hall Thursday. Mrs. Faye Lldhty presided, New. members are Mrs. Lester Smith and Violet and Luella Swiger. Mrs. Carroll Gillespie had the topic and showed pictures of the recent summer trip, the Gillespies made to Europe. The new president and vice- president names were withheld until they had been contacted. Treasurer is Mrs. Ralph Davidson and secretary, Airs. Grover Rente re-elected. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, Mrs. Gillespie and Rubye Godfrey. gether are being made by Mrs COME FOR WEDDING loscnau at Hardy one afternoon ast week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gimer of Renwick and Mrs. Gimer's mother; Mrs. Jessamine Miller, went to the Johnson House in Algona Sunday for dinner and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Gibbs and Mr. and Mrs. iaiiry Vieks of Mason City to observe;,, the birthdays *of Mrs. Gimei 1 and Mrs. Gibbs': and the 44th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Vicks. They spent the afternoon in the home of Mrs. Miller and later went to the Gimer home in Renwick before returning home. Martin Bergum is home after spending three weeks in the home of his daughter and family at Marshalltown where he went after being a medical patient for three weeks in the Lutheran Hospital in Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs.- Lawrence Martin arid son, Allen of Edmund, Okla., are visiting in the home of his sister, Mrs. Tom McKenne. spent the weekend with hor sister-in-law, Mrs. Ona Beers. A group of men from the bowling leagues went hunting Sunday afternoon, then took their wives qver to Kroff's Cafe at Bode for dinner. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Corniel Smith were 16 M & M Feeds _J. _2374 Piqneer ! —2369 Smith Lumber _i__ 2323 High Teane Game Smith Lumber __; 831 Smith Lumber __! 819 M & M Feeds 1- 1.819 High Individual Series Leo Bormann lL__ 569 Dick Plathe 1 jJ 559 Clarence Meyers \ 1__556 High Individual; Game Leo Bormann _____ —224 Clarence Meyers __J __214 Holmes ! 2l2 . , \ Junior Bowling League !__iW L Hot Spots :. Gold Diggers Miss Bonnie Miller and mother of Clear Lake. her Safety Pins :__„____ : 5 Lucky ,1ft High Team Series Hot Spots _ ____ ______ J___1298 Gold Diggers ____ ^_____ Safety Pins _i__ ______ ^^__ High Team Game Hot Spots _________ ____ ___438 Wayne Sanford, LuVerne. Special recognition is also being given the classes of 1951 and 1961, This will be the 15th reunion, of the Class of '51. .--..- .;|;?ft All members are invited to •&tend the dinner in a group, and a room will be set aside for visiting during the evening. Anyone wishing to send correspondence for this reunion should address it to Mrs. Marion Larson, Hardy, Iowa. The senior class will serve a chili-oyster supper with pie', serving to start at 5:30, tickets will be $1 for adults, and 50c for children. These tickets may be purchased in advance or on the evening of the supper. However, as many advance sales as possible would be. appreciated in, order that we may have some idea of how much food to prepare.' , Mrs. Herman (Voss) Wise, '26, Mrs, RObert (Hinz) Nielson, ' ',50, and Mrs. Richard (Thomas) Hewitt, '48, Will be in charge of reg istration. Register in' the lobby as you come into the building so a record of all alumni who attend this year's homecoming may be kept. A section of the bleachers will be reserved urijtil 7:30 for registered alumni attd families. Hot Spots :• Gold Diggers , ____ '_- _____ _4428 High Individual Series David Schultz ________! ____ _461 Dennis Schultz ________ ____415 Clayton Armstrong _____ _^_380 High Individual Game David Schultz _ ___ ______ ___ 168 David Schultz _____ ___ ____H57 Clayton Armstrong _____ ___155 in.. peogcam gin at 7:45 with recognition '6f alumni, then a band demonstration, the crowning of ther homecoming queen, followed by. one boy's basketball game with Rock- well-Swalesdale, DeWayne Godfreys and Rae, .10, Dover, Dela. >rs Sunday with his her and aunt, Mrs [frey and Rubye Godfrey !$nhey came for the wedding of : ;ms sister Patricia, Ariri7God Paul C. Prochaska in the' Sacred Heart Catholic church in Fort Dodge, 11 a.m., Saturday .'i They will visit his father, Glen* Godfrey in Des Moines before^ returning home. GROUP NAMES OFFICERS The Comrade Sunday school class met Thursday at the E.U.B. church. Guests were the Christiannaires Sunday school class. Speaker was John L. Claude, Algona telephone, manager, who explained the hew dial system. Officers elected are Mrs. Clyde Dudley, president; LueHa Blumer, vice; and Mrs. Harry Naffziger, sec.-treas. Mrs. Laura Zwiefel visited Saturday at Jack Lewarnes in Fort Dodge. She also visited heir former neighbor here in, Lu- Verne, Mrs. Clara Rogers, Who lives with her daughter the Lewarne's. Mrs. Rogers is now home from Lutheran hospital. the 'Arthur r AV. vMLted Sunday with her :he Arthur Wmiers. All went to visit Belnwnd. Mrs. Clyde Howard has re- burned to Waterloo after visit- img her sister, the Laiwrenoe Vfartys. Mrs. William Schoenrock and brother Dorrance Thomas returned to St. Paul, Saturday. Their parents, the Bert Thomas- es returned with them for some time with all their children living there. The Merlin; Traugers, Rothville, visited Thursday with his brothers, Harold and James Trauger. They also visited -his father, Guy Trauger, in the Westview Rest Home in Britt. George Studer and Richard Gronbach were in Spirit Lake Wednesday and Thursday on business. Mrs. John Putman, Algona spent the weekend with her parents, the William Goetsches. Mr Putman is away on a deer hunting trip, f The William Goetsches were guests Friday of his brother, the Carl Goetsches in Algona for the birthday of Mrs. Duane Riley, Algona, daughter of Carl Goetsch. TtiUttfay Les'« Barber Shop - _781 .574 L<|UMI WlpfWW. ——— —-k** Betty Hiiwen 208 Wednesday Zentner'8 i 2680 Village Pttmp — »26 Pfink Grpnb«ic!h 561 Henry Hefty --215 Thurarfay RoUmon 1-2162 Robimon v-- 7S P Vera Will -—-—180 Kay Henderson ^-499 Joe Henderson ——232 Joe Henderson __——582 Saturday / Nieben's _ 2089 Lawaons '_____—780 Martha W. Martha W. Allen B. •Hie Cetal rKorsltinds, of Fort Dodge, visited Sunday with the Agarcls and Gary? parents and brother of Mrs. Korslund, former Ltnda Agard. ^ I R H A eeeeeeeeeefet»ee»»»Me»e LuVerne Fern Biginejt •••eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE KLEIN'S RADIO & TV LIVERMQRi, IOWA Thursday Night Hardcopfs _^_^_; 18 Humboldt 16 8 Zentner 13 11 Custom F S • 9 11 Robinson _12 8 Corwith W. 11 13 LuVerne C. S 10 14 Art's ——, 6 18 Dean and Ronald Trauger, State College, Mankato, spent the weekend at the parental, Harold and James They came for hunting. lifers, The Daryl Burtises and his mother, Mrs, Rhonda Seip Burtis, Sioux Falls, S, D., visited Friday to Sunday with their brother and son, the Durwood Bui> Uses. The Daryl Burtises visited her mother, Mrs. William Radii, Hayfield, Minn., Saturday. Mrs. Rhoda Burtis remained for » longer visit here. Beulah and Doris Eggleston, Des Moines, visited their mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston Saturday and Sunday. They were Sunday guests of their sister, Opal, the Charles Nygaards, Wesley. They attended "My Fair Lady", at the Algona theatre. The Andrew Martys, LuVerne, were in Omaha, Nov. 9 at the first meeting of the Farmers Regional Cooperative. Maebelle Maass, teacher in Manson, spent the weekend HEARS MISSIONARY '.<;•• Mrs. Lucinda Stone, LuVerne, was a guest of Mrs. George W. Godfrey, Ames, and Bertha Gpd' frey Friday to Saturday. They attended a lecture by the Baroness Maria Von Trapp from Ausr tralia on whose early life the Broadway musical "Sound 1 of Music" was based. The Baroness, and the ten Trapp children to^r- t ed the world/for 20 years giving concerts. At the invitation of the Papal Delegate for the Pacific, she took a unique reconnaissance trip in the jungle area. The lecture was a feature of this year's Christian Culture Series at St. Thomas Aquinas Student Center in Ames. ATTENDS WEDDING Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen, Oorwith, her mother and aunt, Mrs. Clara Wolf and Mrs. Edward Ramus, attended the wedding of their niece Patricia Ann Godfrey and Paul C, Prochaska recently in the Sacred Heart Catholic church in Fort Dodge, The bride is the daughter of Glen Godfrey, Des Moines, and the late Mrs, Mathilda Godfrey. FEATHER PARTY HELD The annual feather party sponsored 'by the Legion was held in the new hall Saturday with good attendance, Winners of special prizes were Mrs. C. W. Bjiifc- trom, 'transistor radio, and Al Fisher, Fort Dodge, the portable TV. Bingo was played. Tuesday Club met Nov. 8! with Mrs. A. L. Fisher. Mrs. Ralph Davidson had the lesson. Mrs. William Goetsch and Mrs. Irwin Jergensen attended a church meeting 9:30 to noon Saturday at the First Methodist church in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Soetsch was chairman and Mrs. Jergensen was a commission member. Mrs. Anna Hanselman had her friendly 500 card:club Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. Amelia Hanselman and Mrs. Lester Smith. At play, <high Mrs. Amelia Hanselman and low 'Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard. The Leslie 1 Pedvumers left Nov. 16 for his home town of Shelby, 'Mich. They will visit ret atives and he will go deer hunting They expect to bring home CARD OF THANKS — I would like to thank all the thoughtful friend* who remembered me with letters, cards, gifts, and! visits while I was in the hospital and; since returning home. .These were gratefully appreciated by my family and me. > Mrs. Ray E. Agard: 42w90 CARD OF THANKS We wfeh.to express "our deepest gratitude' for. all the kindnesses extended to us in our recent bereavement: The family of Arnold Thomas CARD OF THANKS — Thanks to everyone who sent me cards and gifts while I was,hospitalized. Your thoughtfulness was appreciated. Edwin Hanselman, LuVerne, la. 90 f with her Maass. mother, Mrs. Marl* Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, QMidi and Vickie, attended a pre- Thanksgiving dinner at James Ruggs in Des Moines. Mrs. Charles Bastian, Vincent, visited Friday with her parents, the Jess Jergensens. ! The Peter Rubergs, Fort Podge, visited Sunday with her uncle, the Henry Kublys. : Mrs. Leslie Pechumer and hfr mother, Mrs. Clara Wolf yisit<34 »t their sister and daughter, t Clarence Jurgensens, Corwitih. ed their daughter, the Don Ireys Saturday to Tuesday in Clarion. Mrs. Allen Blake visited Friday with, her parents, the H. J. Langbehris. Her father is a patient in the Marshalltown Deaconess hospital following a com picking accident Nov. 7. He lost the middle three fingers oa his right hand. They hope to release him Sunday. The Gerald Ramuses were guests at Dick Schultz's, liver- more, Sunday for the 75th birthday of William Schultz. He is the father of Dick and the uncle of Gerald Ramus. Mrs. Ramus made a cake. Other relatives were present. Mrs. Amelia Hanselman had as visitors Sunday her niece, the Clarence Backstroms, Fairmont. Others were her daughter Mrs. Helen Buenger, her son, Norman Buenger, her daughter, the Henry Laucks, West Bend. The Earl Johns were in Briitt Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs. Andie Wernet in the hospital. She had a fall in her home and received a bad fracture below knee of her left leg. The daughter of the Joel Redings, was baptized Pamela Sue at the St. Joe Catholic church. The baby was born Oct. 28, Grandparents are the Alfred Redings, St, Joe, and the Clem McVoys, Algona. Mrs, Jess Jergensen had the J J Club Friday, Her daughter, Mrs, Charles Bastian, Vincent, was a guest, The lesson was in charge of Mrs. Herman Schulz. She giave a book review, The Herman Schultzes were Sunday visitors in Manson Sunday with her mother, Mrs. E, E, Rosenquist, Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and Cindi and Vicki moved the past week from the Baker residence to the upstair apartment in the Wayne Sanford home. The Basil Koobs, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Otto Wille is again at home in LuVerne. She was hospitalized in Fort Dodge and spent several days at Ralph Blacks at Eagle Grove. Mrs. Dorothy Hinz fell in her home a week ago Monday and injured her right arm. She returned last Friday to the Mrs. Alma Huff cafe where she is the cook. The Henry Martys left for Genoa, 111., Sunday to visit their daughter, Vera, the Eddie : Links. Monday Bamboo Lounge 2677 R. Myers 541 Bamboo Lounge 920 Livermore Co-op 920 R. Myers 197 LUYERNE CLINIC pt. t. D. OFFICE HOURS Week D«y« S«turd«y* 8:30*012:00 1:00tj5:00 $:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5-00 CI 9 ied all e)ay Wfdnt^iy l«w« f hone TU 2-3?2l IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 YOU BELIEVE... YOUCAN€UT^OUR LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH A BRADY 4-ROW CHOPPER? limn. • Fri. • Sat. Nov. 17-18-19 Come in — eat all you want — make donation to low.'s Mentally Retarded Children. Be sure to attend. LuVerne M2-3370 Renwick 2222 WOULD » FREE demonstration on vow farm. No obligation. Ybvll SM in * Jiurry, why BRADY In FIRST in 4-row Mlei...FIR8T in performance in the fbld. Thnrs.-Fri.-Sil. NOV. 19 THE Iowa Ranbhrs" •t the Bamboo HELD SHREDDERS Giant 4-row model cuts • full 144"! The most copied 4-row on th« market. Also available tn 2 smaller models 'to 'cut 80'' or 60" wide, These "btefed.«p" units completely shred- end pulverizejtough, thick, stalks , . . with . less tractor power than you can imagine. wmou. OUME UuVerne, BELIEVE... THE NEW BRADY GRINDER-MIXER WILL EQUAL OR OUT PERFORM ANY OTHER MILL ON THE MARKET? Big claim? Yeu bet ii ii! And we're prepared to back it up with proof. Why not let us •how you what makes the BRADY the finest in the field ' i,. at any., price. Just ask us for a FREE demonstration on your farm. |Jo obligation. It'» all the proof you'll need! FARM GRINDER-MIXER Hay and ear corn are no problem for a BRADY! Grinds and mixes to your own feed e*fci- Jications, Precision eagineered and time-tested te 'Mead concentrates, grains and roughage ,. -r.usejn.filltng silos. Will de, hyer high jnoisture,ground ear corn 'and ground shelled corn into tilos up to 50' high. OMROLL QARA6E iyVerne NOTICE Mott LiVtriM bisiiwiet will be cloid it 7 I.M. SATUWAY for HOHOCOMJIC! IW WEU m ENJOY YOUMfIf ,. .AND K 8MTEFULI it a time *tf ftftimt Cflebr.tion , , , *ni • time t« rtmtm^ffr tliit twr ro*d of plenty W4f p , vt d by HMM Mere o.. Whilt we fhtriih sw WwfJn^i, let Uf „. f«ll «ur heritage with pride, J Service iuVtrnt

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