Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
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Ex-Li vermore man gets Livermore —-< the following ap title recently appeared in. the East Moline Artie-Talk brochure about a former Livermore high school graduate, Gordon Tel* shaw, son of Mrs. Gladys Tel' fell aw. "Gordon Telshaw has been, appointed advertising manager Dor all 1 divisions at the East Moline plant. Prior to joining Ame-Tek, Telshaw served for 9 years as public relations director at Mast Development'Co., at Davenport. He is a native lowan and. a graduate of Iowa State University, Ames. He holds a B:S. degree plus minors in television and art from that University." While attending college at Ames he conducted the "Handy Man" program over television and after leaving Ames he was art director for station. KAKE in Witohita, Kansas for three years and then went to Daven port. He is married to a former Livermore teacher and. they have two children, a girl 10, and a boy .8. They live in Surrey Heights, Pleasant Valley, Iowa. ey Dudley and Mrs. Haft* Mftckentosh was* observed; Tribune CHRISTMAS PROGRAM ' The Christmas program wil be held, at the' Presbyterian Church Friday evening Dec. 2i at 7:30 p.m. The Methodist will have theirs on Wednesday evening, Dec. 21. ON TELEVISION Mrs. John Olson appeared on television Mionday afternoon over KVFD at Fort Dodge on Eve's Kitchen in, behalf of the Humboldt County Historical Society. About 225 people attended the Turkey Supper at the Methodist'; Church Thursday evening. Nick Bormann entered- Sh Ann 'hospital in Algona Thursday following a 'heairtt aititack suffered at his home. . Mrs. .Mafgaret Howard was a guest. A social afternoon was spent and a pot luck lunch served; The annual Pet Luck supper oind Christmas party with a gift ixchange for the Neighborhood aiid Club was ; heltf at the Bill Davis home Tuesday evening with their husbands as guests. Cards was the evening's entertainment and the ladies prizes wqre won by Mrs. Bill Wilson high, Mrs. Allan Foth low and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad travel. For the men Julius Becker wort high, Henry Groh low and Raymond Graaf, travel. Members of the club are: Helen Davis, Nina Wilson, Dorothy Becker, Madora Graaf, Ruby Groh, Joyce Roethler and Leona Gjetrstari; The Junior Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall! Saturday afternoon with 15 members answering roll call. The President Janice Thul conducted the- business meetinigi Instead of entertainment they practiced .for the Christmas program. Lunch was served< by Diane and Charlene Bormann. Ex-Livermore teacher rites held Sunday Livermere— Funeral (services for Lowell E. Cbckrill, 74, who taught school in Livermore from 1928 until retiring in 1958, were ; held ati , the Methodist Church .Sunday afternoon' with Rev. Ralph SrHindman^ of Lu- Vem/e officiating, , Further services were held 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLI5HID AS PART & TH1 KOSSUTH COUNTY AOVAMCI THURSDAY, DEC. IS, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goerndt and boys o£,Des Moines visited in the parental Lawrence .Frederick home Sundajy;, bringing them their Christmas present, a fine month old Skipper-Tee dog. 'Mr. end Mrs. Sterling Logue of Grand Island, Nebr., visited • with friends and relatives a cou- •• pie of dayv last week' and also £ at the, "parental-* Charles Logue home in Algona. Enroute to LAv , ermore from Des Moines they ! >( were overnight guests in the Daryl Wilson home at Hampton Mrs. Grace Anderson enter .. tained the 500 Club at her home il. Tuesday afternoon. At cards, Mrs. Norman Scott won high prize; Mrs. Dale Joiner, low. Both ladies and Mrs. Burrell Smith / were guests. Lunch was ' served; The Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs. John Hauck Tuesday afternoon with 15 members present. The birthdays of Mrs; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McGee of Livermore,' announce the en- jagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patrica, to Thomas E. Albreciht, son of Mr. and/ Mrs. Edward Albrecht of Clare. A February 4th wedding is planned. •Miss McGee, a graduate of Twin Rivers High School, is em: E>loyed, as Deputy to the Counity Tuesday Dec. 3 at LaGrange, Mo., with burial at Dover Cemetery, Dover, Mb. Mr. Oockrill was born and educated in Platte County, Mo. He attended William Jewell Acad emy at Liberty, Mo., and gradu ailed' from State Teachers Col lege, Kirksville, ; He .received' his Master's degree .from Iowa State University at Ames. He,taught iniCin- Engaged Treasurer; in the County Courthouse Humboldt at Dakota t in '< .; in, ; 1 oinnati and Weldon and in 1928 camie to Livermore as superin^ tendent of schools; • He was married -to Anna Josephine Lillard in April 1918. She was also a teacher for several irears in the Livermore school. Slie died in 1958; Mr. Cockrill4 died Thursday morning at Olmstead Commun- ty Hospital at Rochester, Minn.,^ Where he had' undergone surgery two weeks previously. Surviving are three children, David of Rochester, John of Chicago and Sam of LaMirada, six grandchildren and one Cityc Mr. Albrecht graduated from St. Matthew's of Clare and is employed by, the Slifer Mfg: Co. in Humboldt. NEW OLSON SON A boy, weight 6 Ibs. 8 ozs. and named Charles Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson, Wednesday, Dec. 7 at the Lutheran Hospital in Ft. Dodge; This makes two boys and a girl in, the family. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and Mr. and Mrs. George Porter of Ft. Dodge. CHRISTMAS TREES The Livermore Fire Dept. are selling fresh cut Christana trees from 50c and up; They are available at the Texaco and D? Oil Stations, Smith Lumber and Sawyer's Super Valu. Dennis Sehultz, who recently had facial surgery at Iowa City LuVerne—The LUVerne high school boys upped their season's record to 4-2 as they ttirlied back Corwith - Wesley Friday night, 71-52. . \ The LuVerne girls remained without a win in four games by bowing to C-W in the opener, 54-48. Doug Nelson paced the boys with 29 points as; LuVerne broke away from a 16^16, first quarter stalemate to win handily. Coach Bryce Wickett's club was in front 35-21 at the half. Duaae Will hit 13'points including nine free throws for the winners. . Doug DeGroote and Deaa De- Waa'rd were high' scorers with 3 points for Corwith-Wesley while Jerry Kelsch added 12. LuVerne led the entire first ialf> and the score was tied at 37-37 after three periods inc. the giijl's game. LuVerne boasted a 28-20 halftime margin. Linda Williams J led the LiiVerne scor: mg with 28 points while Mary Hjelmeland had 10. Lavonne Studer paced Corwith - Wesley with 24 points while A. Funnemark, Becky Clark and Darlene Pox each hit 10 for the winners LUVERNE BOYS (71) fg ft pf Doug Nelson 13 3, Roger Hansen. 4 0 Rex Bristow 3 2 Daryl Trauger 2 0 Dennis Will 29 Don Bristow — 30 Mike Stripling ^ 2 2 TOTALS 26 19 CORWITH-WESLEY BOYS (52) Joel Bartik __X—_ 0 Doug, DeGroote 6 Bill Funnmark 1 Mike Anderson 2 Jerry Kelch _•___ 4 Alan JOeWaard *, __5 John TOTAL Music program, tuVerne, dated Ml • P *J this Friday LuVerne—The music department of the LuVerne 'high school will give, its annua Christmas program Friday at 7:30 'b'clock in the school gym under.' the direction of Mrs Heathman and Mr. -Rembold. The band will open the-program with Colonel Bogy, Over ture for Winds, The Chrisitmas Suite, Malaguens, the 12 Day of Christmas, and Brazilian Sleigh Bells. The second half of the pro gram? will' be by the mixed chorus, assisted by the fourth grade. The girls sextet of Michele Coyle,: Mary Hanselman, Rita Patterson, Barbara, Hurl- burfr, Gretehen- Zentner and' Cb^ leen Johns, will be featured in special numbers. ,. Admission will be free and tiiie public in invited: Mrs.. Alta Madden, Ringtted, visited her sister; Mrs. Alma Madden from Monday until Thursday. Sunday guests, at R. C. Wall' ines were the Joe Thorns, Mrs. Alma Madden, the' James Mal- lorys, Rev>-Worthtie Ushers, Ida Grove 'and Sandra Walline and friend' James Cook, attending Ames. The Dodge, Engaged The • engagement of Nancy Brink and John Wickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Wickett, LuVerne is announced by the bride-elects parents, Mr. and Mirs. Allyn Brink. She is a sophomore at SCL Cedar Falls, maj- orintg in Elementary Education. John is a senior at ISU, Ames, majoring in Physical Education aftd Biology. No wedding date has been set. Library gets grant of books from the state LuVerne—Ernestine Graf ton, Director of the Iowa State Traveling Library announced that the LuVerne public library has been granted a collection of, reference books worth $500, This collection is»given to any Iowa Public Library that meets certain standards. The addition, Of these,; books to the local collection .'will; en-, able the librarian, Mrs. XDhartes, Hinz, to give improved reference service tovJibrary.patrons. Books for LuVerne. library, were, selected after consultation with the LuVerne library board! The reference books are in the Liu- Verne library and may be ex: amined there. The last two additions are Websters Third/ New Intern a? tionial Dictionary, Unabridged!, and the Oxford Companion to English Literature. MONDAY LuVeme Co-op Service _ v -279l ?, Gronbadi —612 LuVerrte Co-op Service _^988 F, Gronbach 228 TUESDAY Beauty Shop 2357 Beauty Shop + 800 Joan N'ielson 542 Lola,' Hippen 186 WEDNESDAY Walnut Grove ^—2761 LuVeme Bidg. —988 Hippen -—594 Hippen 225 Bill Bill . v Adolph Koester 225 THURSDAY Arts ,..'.2165 Arts 770 Virginia Sorenson 194 Virginia Sorenson, ,__515 Art Leek +- r —-206 Roland' Lenz L-, 502 SATURDAY Hippen, -—-489 Lola, Hippen —'—I 184 EVeretts —:. 512 Bveretts, 194 Monday Team Standing Bamboo Lounge ____30 14 20 12:21 AND 20°oOFF great! grandchild 1 brothers. and three GETS NEW JOB Milt Bergum, who has worked at the K O Hardware fop the past 19 years, first for "Lefty" Cayon and then Lyle Nelson-ihas taken a job with, the Iowa Conservation Department and will Hart on? his new job the first of January. CASH DRAWING Names called for the drawing Saturday night Maggie Elens $50 and Phillip Blumer $50? cash returned home and is back n school at Twin Rivers High School. Domino League W L M & M Feeds 38 18 Pioneer 32 16 High Team Series M & M Feeds 2439 Smith Lumber 2277 K. O. Hardware ' . 2248 High Team Game M & M Feeds 915 Smith Lumber __J 865 American Legion 825 High Individual Series Bairney Thilges L 553 Leion Terwilligeu 531 Harold Dolder 529 High, Individual Game Clarence Meyers 234 Al Sinclair - 212 Paul Jairvis 212 LUVERNE GIRLS (48) fg ft pf Michele .Coyle „__ 4 0 6 Connie Hefiti 1 0 Linda Wilhelm .__• 11 V Q Wary Hjelmaland ____ 4 2 Cris Meyers ________ 00 ^aurte Coyle ___:. 0 0 Wary Cronk 0 0 Barb Huriburt 0 0 Leek 0 0 MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" Several ladies went to the home of Mrs, Ernie Logue Monday afternoon with lunch and a birthday cake to help her cele, brate her birthday/Canasta was played and those present were: Mrs. Etta Underberg of Bode, Mrs. Herman Pooch of Ottosen, Mrs. Louise Gronbach, Mirs. J. C. Kelly and Mrs. Jacob Michel? son. A son weighing 6 Ibs 10 eis. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker of Denver on Dec. 6. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Curran. Mrs. Josephine MilUr enter ta4ned the Contract Bridge Club at her home on Saturday. A dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. George Len ertz won high, Florence Alt man 2nd high and Mrs. Gus Brosa- lis travel. The United Presbyterian Women met at the home of Mrs. John» Hpsford Wednesday after noon with 14 members present. The Pre£i ! dent. Mrs. LUCKY STRIKERS LEAGUE 5 & M Feeds ______4iy 2 18V 2 High: Team Game 'jHamm Insurance 737 Imperial Cafe 70: Sawyer's Super-Valu 694 High Team Series Hamm Insurance 202J Sawyer's 1962 Bode Co-op 1^ High Individual Game Barb Weydert 184 Pat McGee 182 conducted the business meeting, Mrs. Norman Scott and Anna Murray were appointed to make out the calendars for next year. Mrs. Ruby Coleman will be the new jamitor foir the church. Mrs. Miller read' an antiole oa "The Least Coin" and Mrs. Lawrence Frederick gave rhe lessm, Mary Hosford pky- ed some piano selections. Lunch was served. AT COLLEGE MUSICAL Mrs. Lucinda Stone and Mrs. Thees Sc'hnakenberg went to Ames Sunday to attend the [SU Christmas festival Of music. Mrs. Stone met her son, Ronr aid, and a friend, Verna Carris, from Atlantic, and were: guests of Mrs. George W< Godfrey and Bertha Godfrey.' Mrs. Schnakenberg was a guest of her daughter, Clara, at Delta Zeta sorority house. She als-o visited another daughter, Elaine, a pledge of Alpha Chi Omega. Both girls sang in the festival chorus. The women were guests for coffee at the Godfreys before returning home. Elmer visited Emerys, Sunday Fort with AUXILIARY PARTY The Auxilrfcfry mteit Monday evening with Mrs. Allen, Blake presiding. Guests were Mrs. Bert DeNio and Mrs. Durwood Burtis. They had their annual Christmas party with a 6:30 din ner With Mrs. Marie Jackson Mrs. L. B. Shelton and Dick Zentner in charge, diff Bjustrom had the Mrs Mrs pro- TOTALS 6 0 5 20 8 31 CORWITH-WESLEY GIRLS (54) fg ft pf Darlene Fox 3 4 1 Jeanne Hauswirth 0 0 0 Lavonne Studer 7 10 Becky Clark 5 0 A. Funnemark 2 6 Carol Leek 0 0 Deanna Sloan 0 0 Kathy Reddal 0 0 TOTALS 2 0 2 1 3 '4 17 20 13 fijiends ' and relatives around LuVerne. ..The Norbert .Bierstedps, gonia have a-boy, Bert, born Siatv urday. Their other son, Bruce is staying with his grandpar ents, ttie Walter Bierstedts, Lu Verne. The 'James Stahls had their two sons home for the weekend, Fritz, helmsman for Inland Steal in East Chicago, Ind., and Mike, senior at Spring Green, Wis. The Walter Bierstedts were >unday guests of her sister, the William Hannovers, Whittle more. The James Stahls and their )00 card club Sunday. Winners ivere the James Stahls, high; Joe lendersons, low; and Myron linz, 9-bid. WED 50 YEARS The Percy Brinks had their 50bh wedding anniversary with 150 friends and relatives registered.,/ . ; Mrs. Lena Hinz was given a surprise birthday party Sunday. Those who called were the Harley Rushers and Pamela, Banr raft, Bernard Millers, and M;rs. Oe Underberg and Dean, Fort >odge. Herbert Hinz had his irthday on the 10th and Mrs. Hinz's was on the llth. Jcaunette Underberg' 179 High Individual Series Pat McGee 546 Jeannette Underberg 469 Inamae Clipston 464 LuVerne Marcia Arends The Doug Holmes and Jtff, Ames, visited over the weekend With his parents, the Cliff Holmes. Sunday callers were their daughter, the Max Kings, Algonia. Callers at Mrs. Carl Pergan- (Je's Sunday evening were Mrs. Bertha Sdiipull and (Jarold, John Pergandes, and G$ne Ca- seys. The Cana«ta Club had a Christmas party Sunday at Jos Jergensen's. They had a poitUjck supper with their 'husbands. Frank Gronbacih had high and Jess Lindefoai;, low. The William Gostsches were guests. The John Co«ff *P*nt Saturday with the J. R. Houghs in Plover. Mrs. Charles McClellan and Chuck, Council Bluffs, came Tuesday to stay with her mother, Mrs. Oa;rl Pergande while her father is hospitalized. Carl Pergande, patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, is ed- recovering slowly. Circle I of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday at Mrs. John Cox's with 13 members and guesl Mrs, Alta Madden, sister of Al ma Madden. Mrs. Laura Zwei fel was co-hostess and Mirs. Lu cinda Stone and Mi-s. Elmei Kubly had the program. It was a Christmas party and they had a gift exchange. The John Coxes were Sunday guests of their daughter, the Roger Heiters, Humboldt. Circle 11 of the W.S.C.S Methodist church met Wednesday at Ann Bjustrom's with 11 members and 3 guests. Mrs. Helen Larsen, Humboldt, Mrs. Lena Bisenmeyer and Mrs. Florenca Stewart- They exchanged Christinas gilts and took * collection fop baby folds in Pubuque. Mrs. Bjustrom was chairmani. Mrs;. Wolf had devotions and Ella Weber and Me- lir»da Swansea had the program. Jpni Arends had her 3rd birthday Sunday at her parents, the Sherman Arends and guests were her grandparents and aiunits, Me Grover Arends, Mrs. Russell Stephe«ison family, Williams, and James Drees and Jim, Auxiliary at Bode makes holiday gifts Bode—The Bode Clover leaf Unit Auxiliary met at Clarence Smiths Dec. 6, for the regular meeting and Christmas party Mrs. Shirley Bakken had chargt of the meeting. It was reportet gifts 'amounting to $15 had bean sent to the Veterans hospital Des Moines, for the gift shop, Auxiliary members brought coffee coupons, fifty cents for Woodward and fifty cents for Knoxville; and stamped Christmas cards to send to Veterans, Boxes had also been sent to six overseas servicemen froon this community. A gijft excih.amga was held and lunch, was served by tilie hostesses, Agnes Smith, Pearl Barber and Lorraine Jenson. gram and read a Christmas story. Gretchen Zentner ;sang accompanied, by Mrs, Lucinda Stone. Group Christmas singing was led by ( Mrs. L. B. Sheldon followed by a gift exchange. The Daryl Fishers were Sun day guests of his parents, th A. L. Fishers. . t ,uVerne •: Co-op w-*_- Corner Store ____-22 18 LuVenne Ins: _•_•_•_—19%"24'/a 4Vermpr.e , Co-op ~—.-1.5. '25 Standard; Oil; u-^-4-14 -30 CARD OF THANKSr-1^ want to thank my children, all relatives and friends for cards, gifts calls snd' telephone ~~— —„ Birthday, God Bless all. Myrtle Eggleston. for my Mrs. 98 SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new, sews forward and reverse with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, mono- graming and fancy stitch dej- signs. Fully guaranteed. Can be seen in your area; Make eight payments of $4.93 a month or will discount for cash. Write: Finance,, 1314 Payne Ave., St. Paul, Minn. DR. R. D. BRAINERD i 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 IP NO ANSWER, Gall TU 2 3304 Tht Bob FisJiffi itttndjed a ,of a, reiative Monday in Clarion. Mr*. TiHJe 5*«ddard had 500 Club Tuesday. jReoeivijnf high was Cjlarsi McOteHan an : d - low, Ciara Wolf. Mrs. Lester Smith jis a new member. SANTA is coming to LUVERNE A bake sale and turkey drawing wiH ba held in Bode by the Auxiliary on S'anta Claus Day, Dec. 17. Tickets for the turkey drawing are being sold by Aux iliary members. Mrs. Viola Thompson had the radio commission of the Fort Dodge Conference of ALCW Friday, Dec. g at her home. As- signimjSftts vk'3're tenlbaitively mada fpr several nipn'ths jn, advance for "The Christian Woman Speaks". The Leon Gangestads, LSS Hoverstens and Mrs. Viola Thompson attended the histori oal association program in Hum boldt Monday. The Tony Ringgers, Minnea were weekend guests oJ M/rs. ^Riogget-'s piareats, the Art SANTA WILL BE HERE Friday, Dec. 23 . (FREE CANDY) DMWWMJ FOR KID& AT 3 P.M., DEO, 2, Don't Forget- th<? Home Decqrating LwVerne Residents — FUST PRIZE - $15 0it» PRIZE - $10 THUD PRIZE -SB TMt HMStaii tfMMtrei bf NMM ittMle-tpiriled firm; CORNER STORE HUFFS CAFE kAWSON HARDWARE W VERNE BUDDING CO, J4J VEHNK CWN10 UJ VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S DX SANFORD Phjinbiiis ^ LU VERNE CROP SERVICE BLAKK FUNERAL HOME LU VERNE OFFICE OF THF SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CQ*OP, ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT LIVESTOCK

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