Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
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Shower for Georgia Thul atlivernwre '.'•;••.. . • • , •'. - ( ,•..-'.•'. -• • Ljvermdre-^A miscellaneous bridal shower was held at the Legion Hall Monday feveflaing, Nov t 28 in honor of Miss Gear* gia Thul, daughter of Mr, find Mrs. Richard Thul, who will become the bride of Mark Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brvin Elbert of Whittemore, on Dec, 28 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in St. Joe. Corsages were presented to the bride-to-be, her motherj his mother and her two grandmothers, Mrs) Molly Foth and Mrs. John Thill. Jeanne Crahow, a cousin was in charge of the .guest book and decorations were carried out in blue and White. Mrs. Robert Wilson and Mrs. Robert Berte presided at the tea table. Janice Thul, sister of the bride-to-be and the groom's Sister helped with the giftsi' Over fifty ladies were present. Those on the commit tee were: Mrs. Allan Foth, Mrs. Richard Foth, Mrs. Thomas Cra- how, Mrs. Gordon Foth, Mrs. Roy Meighan, Mrs. Ernie Haack, Mrs. Harold Thul and Mrs. Bob Gronibach. OPENS NEW STORE Another new business has been opened in Livermore, (Leonard Roesman (Rosey) has iopened Rosey's Stop and Shop store, next door to the Bowling ; Alley on South Main street where he formerly had a restaurant. "Rosey" is the area salesman for Watkin Products ; and will be selling those products as well as other sundry items. He will continue to manage the Bowling Alley and has hired Mrs. Allan Sinclair to run the store. at. fjhe tmpeti&l Cafe in Bode *riday afternoon, A two o'ctock uttchebft was served and at cards Mrs. J. F. Hamm received high, pftee, Mfs. Lyle Nelson s&Jond high and Mrs. Norman S*»tt, the Bingb prtee. Mrs. Nelson, Mrs.-,' Scott and Mrs. Flbr- ence Altfnan were guests. Livermort olevator wins tafety plaque The Farmers Cooperative Co. of Livermore has received a special walnut engraved plaque for its outstanding truck fleet safety record during the past year, it was announced by R. L. Edison, executive vice president of Farmers Elevator Mutual Insurance Company (FBMIC), sponsoring institution from Des Moines. Robert J. Rowe, manager of Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., received the achievement award at a dinner served at the Trealor's Inn, Fort Dodge, Iowa from Lyle Dawson, Truck Safety Director Farmers Elevator Mutual Insurance. Also in attendance at the event were Mr. and Mrs. John Gales, Mr. and Mrs; Sherm Wickre, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Erdman, Mr. and Mrs Tommy Kissinger, and Mr. anc Mrs. Robert J. Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kellner. The award is made only to the 10 largest fleet accounts in the state that have operated without a chargeable vehicle accident from June 1, 1965 to June 1, 1966. LEARN OF DEATH : Friends have received word of the recent death of Mrs. {Chester Davenport, the former : Margaret Baumgardner, at her home in Sioux City. While in Livermore, the • Baumgardner .family lived in the house now owned by Charles Howard and her brother Frank was the Postmaster in Livermore for several ROSEY WINNERS Those winning prizes for the drawing at Rosey's Stop & Shop Saturday evening were: Ladies 1st prize, a, spice Rack and Spices, Mrs. Alvin Hanson, Ren wick; 2nd prize, Water Pitcher and 6 glasses, Mrs. Harold Dold er; 3rd prize, Ladies Lighter Mrs. Dora Gronbach, 4th prize Shampoo and Creme Rinse Mildred Hefty of Rcnwick. Fo the men's prizes were: 1st prize a Leather Kit, Allan Sinclair 2nd prize, After Shave Lotion j | and Calogne, John Sorlie of Hardy; 3rd prize, Shoe Shine Kit, Tommy Kissinger and 4th prize, Red Shaving Kit, Bob Rowe. ' .». Tribune 2-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUSLISHED AS PART OP TH1 K05SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, DEC, S, 1966 brewing of proposed new $ 40,000 LuVerne ARCHITECT'S DRAWING of the proposed new LuVerne Community Library building is shown above. The Griffith Co. of Fort Dodge is handling tjie architectural work for the new building. Final details were worked out at a meeting of the Lu- Verne building committee last Wednesday night. Estimated cost of the structure is $40,000. Of tiis amount, only $8,800 would have to be raised by donations in the LuVerne area. The combined state 1 brary grant and federal funds will furnish 53 per cent of the total of $21,200. Another $10,000 will be donated by the KinrieyrLindstrom Foundation, leaving only the $8,800 to be- raised locally. Everyone in the LuVerne area will be contacted by members of the building committee in the next several weeks, but if you are somehow missed, you may make your pledge to either Mrs. Goetsch or Mrs. Mallory. Donors giving $1,000 or more will have their names placed on a bronze plaque in a prominent place in the library; donors, of $500 or more will have their name on a brass plaque; and donors of $100 or more will have their name on a community plaque. All contributors will be listed individually in a dedication book to be distributed at the dedication ceremonies, and a permanent dedication book will be kept in the library. All local money must, be pledged by Feb. 1 to get the two grants, plus the addition of 600 more books to the present library total to qualify. Any persons having books they would like to donate should get in touch with Jim Mallory or Mrs. Fred Goetsch of LuVerne. MONDAY Bamboo Lounge — ----- - 2820 j. stahi _.rr_. i ———- SSB Bamboo Lounge , 980 C. Casey ___—--—.-—-'- *1? TUESDAY TraUgers 2356 fraugers _ 848 oan Nielson , 533 Jurnell Dawson : 207 WEDNESDAY LuVerne Coop — 2702 Sec. State Bank 924 Leo Calkins 1— 549 Bert Hefty ___ 213 THURSDAY LuVerne C. S. -l~ 2211 Art's — 777 Jert Gronbach __.__ 175 Foe Henderson -224 Joe Henderson T - 632 SATURDAY Nielsen's _-; 2198 Goetsch's Bit Lola Hippen ^_— 524 Lola Hippen ____ ^ 211 Allen Blake ___„ 578 Allen Blake •. 198 W L Goetsch's 20 12 Nielsen's _> 20 16 Lawson's 17 19 Blake's _— 11 21 WANT ADS ing , . B . . . , J ? nHcrRenq V"] '? . work ; Dod e en Industries at vears She is survived bv fcwr oe nusries a Ssters Mrs Ss Smith o^ HuroboMt, replacing Mrs. Vern- sisiers, airs. Agnes smiin ot i?JH^ii«ir ,.,KX ,,^11 K« «,„., Colorado and Loretta in Sioux City, also some nieces and nephews. .,,,,_.. , 2 *.ii*.v.-u.^^..>.^« ... .... , .. Mrs. Molly Foth entertained the 500 Card Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. At cards Mrs. Genevieve Weydert won high prize, Mrs. Tom McKenna 2nd high and Mrs. Jacob Michelson low. The hostess served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Treloar and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gadberry of Fort Dodge were supper guests Friday evening in the Martin Miller home. Mrs. Bernard Wolf of Bancroft spent a couple of days last week with her sister, Mrs, Molly Foth. Earl Armstrong (Town Mar- Shall) and Noble Harus are busy putting the Christmas decorations on the streets. They have fashioned a large tree at the east end of Main street out of wire covered with evergreens with a multitude of lights which makes a very attractive tree. Each business place also has a small decorated tree along the side-walk, the tree being mounted on a steel post. Mrs. Karl Baessler entertained the Delta Dek Bridge Club on Fiderlick, who will be moving soon. Al Smith, who . underwent minor surgery Tuesday at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge returned home on Sunday. Domino League M & M Feeds 36 Pioneer , 32 Livermore Bank 29 American Legion '__ 28 Mike's Garage *. 27 Town Tavern 27 Smith Lumber 26 K. O. Hardware 20 K. C. 19 Livermore Lanes : 19 Hardy Cafe 16 Gronbach DX 14 High Team Series M & M Feeds 2483 Smith Lumber 2457 Town Tavern 2383 High Team Game L 16 16 23 24 25 21 22 20 25 33 32 34 Mother of two Livermore people dies Thursday Livermore—'Funeral 'serv^ctes 1 foij Mrs. Charlotte Erdman, 65, were held Monday afternoon at St.] Paul's Lutheran Church in Renwick, with burial in the Vernoni .cemetery,. at..Hardy, .JM», Mrs. Erdman. died Thursday evening at the Lutheran hospi- /ai in Fort Dodge where she had )een a medical patient since September. Surviving are two daughters and a son, Mrs. Cledies Anderson of Goldfield, Mrs. Ivan Frederiksen and Edward of [iyermore, four sisters and a brother Harvey Groh of Liver- M & M Feeds 900 Town Tavern __' 891 Smith Lumber 825 High Individual Series George Schnetzer 611 Leon Terwilliger 573 James Trauger 556 High Individual Game Harold Dolder 234 George Schnetzer 229 George Schnetzer 214 ALL DOLLS 20% OFF! SEE OUR FINE « SELECTION TODAY! MARCIA S "Your Friendly Store in Livermore" mo^re, dren. also several grandchil- M High Team Series & M Feeds ^ 1985 Hamni Insurance 1977 Sawyer's Super Valu - 1964 High Individual Game Enger 182 Lydia Frederick L__ 179 Katherine McKenna __. 169 Pat McGee 1__ 169 High Individual Series Lydia Frederick 501 Kay Sawyer 486 LuVerne honor roll is released today : i • • ^^ Eight LuVerne high school students were placed on the "AV; honor roll and 22 more raited the "B" roll in the latest honor roll released by the LuVerne school this week. >: Placing on the "A" roll were Rita Patterson (5), .Daryl and Paiir'Tftflgjtf,'' s^hom'orel? 'BM 1 Hiller, Fort Dodge, the Jim Bristow and Connie Hefty (5), and freshmen Marty Bowman, Larry Casey and David Ristau. The "B" honor roll included the following: 12th Grade — Dennis Awe (5), Rex Bristow, Delores EgglestorC Luana Leek, Bart Sclby, Gerald Sill, Tom Steil (5). ' 11th Grade — Jean Casey Mary Cronk, Gary Ernst, Fett, Coleen Johns, Doug Nel—Dennis Blumer;-, -Anna Marie Bah- Lu Verne Marcia Arends BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" at • LUVEBNB * WESLEY • TJTONKA * COBWITH * RENWJCK "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" •f Circle III of the Methodist W.S.C.S. met Nov. 30 with Mrs. Ray Lezler presiding. Guests were Mrs. Keith Voss and son. Another Circle met with Mrs. John Voss, Jr., with Mrs. Grover Rentz having devotions and Mrs. Earl Neal, the lesson. 'Mrs. Fay Harmon and Lowell and Linda McVay, Humboldlt, were Sunday guests at Merril Hefty's, Ottosen for Steven Hefty's 7th birthday. Carl Pergande was taken to th^e Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday. The Howard Cronks spent the weekend with their son, Rich- artf Cronk, Council Bluffs. Saturday callers at Charles H[nz's were the Albert Nielsens, Britt. Monday guests of the HJnzes were the Louis Warners, Fairmont. Saturday callers with Mrs. T^ L. Williams were her granddaughter, the Albert Hippens. Sunday her son, the Cecil Will- iafus, Algona visited. The Earl Johns family visited in Britt Sunday with his mother, The Elmer Enerys, Fort D<S>dge, were sponsors for Jennifer Stripling, at the Clem Stripling farm residence, Nov. 21\ Jennifer was baptized June 27| 1963, by Pastor A. Rudaw at th<j: Britt hospital. The Richard Cplem^ns, Livermore were visitors Saturday with the Sherm Arends'. son. 10th Grade 9th Grade- man (5), Larry Curry, Raejean Hewitt (5), Teresa Pedersen (5), Paul Trauger (5), Terry Vaudt (5), Linda Wilhelm (5). Designation "5" indicates student is taking five instead of four subjects. HAS 80th BIRTHDAY The Robert Chambers, Cor- Mewtons, Bode, Lyle Vlrs. Roger Olson, Powells, Medelia, Minn., the Jack Powells, Cedar Falls, Donald Meyers, and Rod- lay, Minneapolis, Keith: Smiths and Jackie, Humboldt, Jack Mc- 'lellans and Mrs. Clara McClel- iaifii Mrs 1 .':Olson left- Sunday*»to join her 1 husband stationed in aermany. •';, , LuVerne splits as boys win 85-65 contest The LuVerne high school girls and boys split games with Valley here Friday night. The boys posted an 85-65 victory but the girls lost the opener 49-42. i The boys game was a wild af- i -.THV „ »H' 'R'liia,* ""' v'^'^ii * , ' fair. Boone Valley had three players called for technical fouls and another was ejected when he tackled a LuVerne player during the course of the game. That Was about the only way ^ the visitors could stop the Lions, esses were: Mrs* Lawrence Mill- who raced away to a 20-10 first HAVE BABY SHOWER A baby shower was'held Sunday afternoon in-the Town Hall for Mrs. Stanley Geririch. Host- LUVERNE BOYS' (85) fg ft pf Doug Nelson 534 Roger Hanson __ 13 2 Rex Bristow 9 4 Daryl Trauger _. 3 3 Duane Will '__'• 2 1 Denny Hanselman — 1 4 Ronnie Wolf __i 1 0 TOTALS 4 4 2 3 5 1 0 34 17 19 CARD OF THANKS—I want to thank my friends and relatives for all the cards, gifts, and calls while I was in the hos- ", >ital and since, returning home. A special thanks to Pastor Mueler. Jane Kubly. 96 with, had guests for Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston's LuVerne, 80th birthday Sunday, The guests gave Mrs. Eggleston a money tree. Guests were Beulah and Doris Eggleston, Des Moines, the Arthur Henrys, Rockwell City, Mrs. William Koester, Sioux Center, the Jim Blocks and Johnny, the Marlyn Greger- sons, Rutland, Allen Thees, Graettinger, Charles Nygaards, Wesley, Cecil Glawes, Corwith, Chris Nygaards, Ames, Mickey Erpelding, Fort Dodge, the Vernon Egglestons and Delores, LuVerne, and the Earl Chariib- ers, Corwith. er, Mrs. : Dwight Savage, Mrs. Bill Wickett, Mrs. John ., Bockes and Mrs. David;Morris. Eighteen guests were present. The Richard Gronbachs and Vicki and his sister, the Dale Braytons, Sheffield, visited Friday to Sunday with,. their 'sister, the Willie Blairs, /Spencer. Sheri Ramus, daughter of the Bert Ramuses, made the Dean's list this semester at Ames. Her grade point average was 3.56. The Goodwill Club met Saturday at Johnny's Steak Harbor, Humboldt. Following the dinner they played Court Whist with Howard Swanson and Mrs. Ted Johnson winning high. The Dar- Rogerts, Algona were CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Music Mothers met Monday evening with 12 present and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg prer siding. It was decided to buy a tenor sax for band and to feed the students for conference festival Feb. 6. The Christmas program will be Dec. 16, with the Music Mothers serving the lunch. After the program. Mary Hanselman, Michael Coyle and Don Block sang solos and Mrs. Bill Wickett served coffee. OFFICERS INSTALLED Lutheran Aid met Thursday with 22 present and Aleda Hanselman presiding. Gift boxes were brought in for Cherokee and Woodward. Mrs. Charles Hanselman, Mrs. Paul Maas and Mrs. Bob Nielsen had tihe entertainment and Mrs. Delia Wilhelm and Mrs. Jessie Stripling served the lunch. LEAVES FOR GERMANY Thanksgiving guests at Harold Meyer's were the Leonard Wilsons, Livermore, Mrs. James guests. period lead and a 44-21 halftime margin. Roger Hanson hit 28 points to. pace: the winners while Rex Bristow added 22 and Doug Nelson 13. Kent Swanson led BV with 22. The LuVerne girls dropped the opener despite Michele Coy le's 22 points. The Lionettes were down 21-17 at the half. Linda Wilhelm added 11 for the losers. LUVERNE GIRLS (42) fg ft pf Michele Coyle 8 6 Linda Wilhelm 43 Connie Hefti ___ 1 .0 Mary Hjelmeland 3 0 Kris Meyers 0 1 Laurie Coyle ' 0 0 Mary Cronk 0 0 Luana Leek _: 0 0 The Mike Coyles, Bradgate, were visitors Friday with their son, the Bernard Coyles, Bernard 1 Coyie left Saturday for 'iJorth Dakota. The Faye Harmons and Linda McVay, Humboldt,:were Thanks- jiving guests'-of, (the' -Raymond iierles, Buffalo Center. The Frank Gronbachs attended a dinner at his brother, Elmer Gronbachis, Liyermore, Tuesday. It was ;for their brother Lawrence GrcMibach, Orange, Calif. Other gue^tfii included the Chris Gronbiachjsv,' Clear Lake, John Hohenbergers arid Mrs Dora Gronbach, layermore, Mrs Freda Steussy and Mrs. Mary list this semester at Ames. Her Canasta Club met Thursday with Mrs. Fay Harmon. 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