Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
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••"',:(• Tribune 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCI AS OF TM* KO*:«tlitM COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1966 Award night held for two LuVerne clubs Tlie 4-H Award Night of the Eager Beavers and LuVerne Live Wires was held Nov. 12 at the Town Hall, with 61 present. Mrs. John Voss presided. Rita Pabtsrsen played a solo. Dennis Curamberland gave out awards. * PiiylUs Blumer received a seal, top senior record; pen; 7 yr. seal; food preservation award; Heather Brainard, seal; Dianne Cur- yr,;seal; psn; top junior record; Teresa Gilligan, seal; Norma Heitien, seal; 5 yr. certificate; top senior record; peri; Sharon Shorey, seal; Kathy Shaw, seal; Peggy Shaw, seal; ZekUrWitzel, seal; 7 yr. seal; top senior record reading. Past leaders of the Live Wires, ti introduced, were Mrs. Lafe Card of Thanks I (3ARD OF THANKS — We would ;| like to thank all our LuVerne friends for the cards and letters received while in the hospital. IJiey were very much appreciated: Mr. Harold (Bud) Laingbahn, Green Mountain, Iowa. HELP US CELEBRATE OUR ANNIVERSARY MONDAY, NOV. 28 ' ' LIVE MUSIC 1 CENT BEER LUNCH ' t • ' Wally and Jan |-.; '•• '••'• A T :••• THE BAMBOO LOUNGE Oxlcy, Corwith,Mrs, Albert Fish, •With, Mrs. Vernon Eggleston, Mrs! Harry Naffziger, Mrs. Francis Shorey, Mrs. Hernian Heinen. Mrs. Owen Curry is new assistant leader. A letter was read from Mrs. Alton Brink. Norma Hcinen, told of the community project for whioli they received a national 4tH beautificatipn award. Phyllis Blumer received a check for a garden project exhibited at the fair. Rita Pattersen played a solo and the Extension Council for the next two years is Mrs. John Pergjinde. The next meeting will be installational 'at Mrs. John Voss Jr. Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were: Jack Sharp, $50.00; W. J. Gisch, $50.00;; ', :, ' :•.-_.';.. ... , _ .; ; ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Groh at the Pancake Inn in Mason City on Sunday. In the afternoon they attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs, Don Cbe at their home in Uaiion City and also the 5th wedding annhrersary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neuhring at the Old Belmond Inn at Beimond Mr. and Mrs. ,Karl GuTTT^"^ nephew, of Lisbon '. were visitors in the Henry Groh home Monday forenoon. ' . The Wm. Goetsches and Mrs. John Sykes,. Livermore' were guests -Sunday of Mrs. Phyllis ciLruthens, Algona, tor Fiinllip Struthers llth birthday. Mrs. Sykcs is the mother of Mrs. Goetsch and Mrs. Struthers. Winners of the turkeys Saturday were Mildred Hefty, Everette Schipull, Mrs. Wm. Hedrick, Monte Toohey, Leslie Krause Helen Daley, Mrs. Clint Decker, Ben Heifty, Gene Casey, Wilma Hefty, Jolene Wilhelm, iniur Kuuiy, John Hansen, Mrs. A. L. Fisher, Eli Bazer, and Neis Jensen. . The Walter Bjerstedts spent Sunday wHih their son the John Bicratedis, Marcus. : r . Home for a weekend with the Vernon Daleys were their daughters, Linda, Hamilton Business College, Mason 'City, and Mary A.I.B., Des Moines. At Mr». Marie Maas't for...,§' weekend visit were her daugh-, ter and son, MaeBelle, Manson, and Bob, Westmar College, Le- 'WOULD you BELIEVE... YOU CAN CUT YOUR LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH ;'; A BRADY 4-ROW CHOPPER? Yea . ,, and we can guarantee it! Wont proof? Just ask for a FREE demonstration on your '• /farm. No obligation. You'll tea • in a hurry why BRADY it FIRST in 4-row sales...FIRST • jn performance in the field. BRADY FIELD SHREDDERS •n- Giant 4-row model cuts a full ' 144"! The most copied 4-row on the market, Also available jn 2 smaller models, to cut 80" or GO" wide. These "beefed-up" ; units completely shred «fd ('' pulverize tough, thick, sta!!;s <, . . with less tractor power than you can imagine, CARROLL GARAGE LgVerne, Iowa LaYtrnt service man leaves for Vie! Nam LuVernt — A combination Thanksgiving and farewoll dinner was held at Donald Carrol's Sunday. Guests were' the Merr .iristows, Bob Bristows and Jerry Bristol". T .iiVerne. Mrs. Don Dorrah, Coridon, the George Moores ,vlaquoketa| Clare Mooi'es, Dolliver; .the Rollo Moores, Levant Mooi'es and Bernard Phelps and Merle, nil of Titonka JPV" ^r'- tow left Monday to be stationed at Viet Nam. The Clarence Ofterloks, Monument, Golo,, came Friday for a fsw days with her sister, the Harold Nielsens, Sr. Sunday guests were .['the Carroll Gilles pies, Renwick, who showed slides of Denmark. Nancy Brink, State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, the Allyn Brinks. Also home on quar ter break was Raeanri, Ames. Accompanying her.were friends Zal Ohmad, Ames, and Bob Larson, Hudson., The Auxiliary birthday and anniversary calendars are here and can be purchased by contacting Mrs. Allen Blake or the person from;which it was ordered. ;.. ; ;^,' • . • Mrs. Pen Thompson and Amy of Huxley, .spent the weekend with her parents, the Ole Diin- ters. Report given on Community * Chest drive stedt, Mrs. Emit Leistakow, Mrs. Sunday evening at the Peace Richard Gronbach, Mf>s. Lowell Thomas, Mrs. Hugh Shirk, Mrs. Anna Smith, Mrs. Wilma basker- vilW Mrs! Shermari/ Arends. School solicitors were Mrs. 'Mai* lory, Mrs Watson, Mrs. Wise, Mrx Stripling and Mr. Arends. Lutheran, West Bend. Attending from LuVerne were the Rev R. T, Muellers, Charles Hansel mans, • Vernpn Hanselmans, and James Hefti's, Harold Ristaus Lee Whittemores, John Schnak •jn bergs, Thees Schnakenberg Committee officers for tihe and Paul Maases. Speaker wa LUVerne—The Community Chest Drive for 1966 has bsen completed, with total receipts of $1,015.50. The committee met on Nov. 11 and'completed allocation of the contributions. Donations made are American Social Health 25, Iowa Association for Mental Health iOO, Iowa Chilcirens Home Society 70, American Red Cross 175,- Salvar tion Army 125, Boy Scouts 200, United Service Organizations 100,' Iowa Ohaptar Arthritis Foundation 57, School for Re* tared Children, Algona 88.50, Operating Fund 23.08. Local Emergency Fund 75.00. Total, $1,015.50. Contributions by sponsoring organizations wer? 55, and 1966 campaign expenses weire 47.27. The local emergency savings account: balance, 1965, 556.98, interest added was 20.38 plus the 1966 allocation of 75 equaled 652.36. From this was withdrawn for Hjelmeland fire loss 150 leaving balance 502.36. 1966 solicitors were R: C. Walline, Bert Ramus, Harrison Cord, Frank Gronbach, Max Patterson, Harold Trauger, Fred Gostsch, Leslie Calkins, Mrs. Walter Rier- coining year are Mrs. James Mai- Rev. Alfred Rehwinkel, St Louis lory, cnairman, Mrs. Max Patter son, sec.-treas. OFFICERS ELECTED Good Will Club met Thurs- ATTENDS WEDDINO Mrs. Lydia Lund attended the wedding of her granddaughter, Vicki Jane Nerem, to .Robert Marvin Uhr, Nov. 13, at the Lake Lutheran church, Renwick. Parents of the bride are Marvin Nerem and the late Jeniny Nerem. Parents of the groom are the Marvin Uhrs.,T'hey will live ait the College Trailer Park, Ames. Coming from Davenport, to attend the wedding were Mrs. Lund's daughter, Delores, the Walter Rekwards, Paul and Susan. They also visited in LuVerne and Corwith. ATJEND FUNERAL Mrs. Minnie Dickie, her son Vaughn Usher, Mason City and the Fred Baumgartners, Lu- Verne went Thursday to Monroe, Wis. for the funeral of Mrs. Eld the Jack Cimelini, Cdrwltlr visited Suwday with Meti^ Uie lalph Davidsons. Mr». Alma MacWwi, and her nephew, the Loreti dens, Ringsted, Went to Ames xwi. Sunday, guests at a pre*TniankS' giving dinner of Mike Madden, student and son of the Loren Maddens. the Bryan Stewart* returned Tuesday from a visit in Nortio, Anaheim, Garden Grove, Torrence, Long Beach, Palm Dale, Calif. They were away « month and covered 5000 miles. They moved from Garden Grove several years ago. They also visited relatives of Mf. .Stewart, a sister at Springfield, Mo. . . • : Mrs. Allan Blake and Robert visited Sunday with her father Harold .J. Langbeihn, Green Mountain, Mr. Langbehn returned home from the hospital Saturday but will have to return Vali day at Mrs. Edwin Hanselman's with Mrs. Alvin. Weber presiding. There were 13 members present and 1 guest, Mrs. Larry Anderson and Eric, Titonka. Election of a Jiaars was held: • Pres. Mrs. Wicked ftaeann BfinJk, , Bob L&rsetl ftiwl M mad, AJm.es, SAVINGS BONDS TOVMMMf MAMMA WOULD YOU later for skin grafting. John Wickett, Ames is home on quarter break, visiting his parents, the Bryce Wicketts. Jane Hanselman, .spent the weekend with her parents, the . . Wm. Gostsch; vice, Mrs. Alvin Earle Hanselmans. Their son Weber; sec., Mrs. Raymond Nelson; treas., Mrs. Charles Hinz. CHURCH GROUP MEETS WSCS met at the church on Nov. 16 with the general chairman presiding. Devotions were led by ..Mrs. Ben Hefty, Mrs. Allen Blake had the lesson. Hostesses were Mrs. Joyce Genrich, Mrs. John Cox, Mrs. A. A. Schipull, Mrs. Minnie Henderson and Mrs. Alma Madden. The Frank Gronbachs attended a -joint birthday party at Elmer Gronbachs, Livermore, Sunday. Guests included Mrs. Dora Beuhl, 64, niece of Mrs. Dickie Gronbach, Mrs, Amelia Hoffman:, and Fred Baumgartner. Mrs. Livermore, Mrs. Frank Steussy Beuhl died Tuesday at her horns at Stone Lake, Wis. ATTEND RALLY ' The LLL Fall Rally was held and daughters, the Lyle Raneys, Algona. It was for the birthdays of Mrs. Frank Gronbach and Mrs. Dora Gronbach and was delayed because.'of the illness of Elmer George is also home on quarter break from Ames, \ Linda McVay, Humboldt, WM a weekend guest i of the Fay Harmons. The Ralph Stolls attended an open house in Eagle Grove Sunday for the 25th wedding of the Alfred Jacobson. Dennis, son of the Stolls, is employed by Mr. Jacobson, a contractor and carpenter. Connie Sanford, Hamilton Business College, Mason City, spent the weekend with her parents, the Wayne Sanfords. The Sherman Arends and Joni spent Sunday with her parents, the Grover Arends, Williams. Other guests were his sisters, the James Dueas, and Jim, Humboldt and Josie Arends, Rochester. 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Martha Him had as Friday visitors her son the LeRoy Hinges, Smithland. N*ola Rait, Red Oak is visiting a week with friends, the Rev. and Mrs. R. Hindman, : Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and family visited her son, the James Ruggs, Sunday,, at Des Moines. Accompanying them to Des Molh- es were the Fred Bauriigartner's who spent the day with her brother, the Julius Gromenzes. Harry Naffiiger attended a school board convention Wednesday in Des Moines, Others attending Thursday were L. B. Shelton, Henry Hefty, and Wm. Jergansen. Mrs. Lauret Meyers came Friday from Ames for Thanksgiving visit with her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Selby Wednesday Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Rosnmeyer. Ft. Benedict, will leave for North Dakota for a few tiiuys with aua son and daughter, the Lyle Pen tons. 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