Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1966
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' f£'f 4%^ > - I U>.» 1 .*"v * } " L.vermere — Airman Second Class Niekolas E. dark, soft of Mr. and Mrs, Don, Clark, was re< , ; cently selected JMiltfood Services , ; Airinrn,6t;tii|,M6tii.H byvtha *-, vices SqUddron of the 7tith 1 ^rdn^iwihg, SAC? ™:;..... Airman Clark altended' Twin RivefS high school and entered the service' in- August,- 1963: He took his basic training at Lack- laridi'Air^fforce Base in Texas, and went'\tb Cli»toji^4ierman AEB,in. De^cemtier^ i&3, He and his wife andtS-motiths-oid dau- • ghter<hve in Clihton.Okla. • SELLS ACREAGE ' Mrs. Ruby Coleman <has sold her place, ,the. former, Berryhill acreage, on the west edge of town,to Mn and Mrs. Leonard (Sheeney) Wilson who farm east of town. Mrs. Coleman. has pur- . chased and moved into ttie Anna Murray house in the north ; part of town recently occupied f by the Etherington. family who have moved to Gilmore City.- The Wilsons plait to. move as soon ', as some remodeling is done. •' ATTENDS FUNERAL j , Mrs. Lucy Cpriley attended tKe - funeral services at St. Joseph's < Catholic church in Milford Moii- " day , morning /for her brother, „ Carl Thelen of Milford who died | after an illness of. two years. He f,is survived by liis wife, twp > children; ..three grandchildren, six sisters and two brothers, all of, whom'attended the funeral. POT LUCK SUPPER Twelye .ladies went to the home of Mrs. ,Corniel Smith, oh Monday evening-for a pot luck supper in- honor of : the birthdays, of Mrs. Grace Anderson and Florence Altman. Canasta was played during the evening, ' Recent visitors in the homo of Mrs. Lela Hetter were her niece and Husband Mr. and Mrs. Clare Bellinger of Lone Rock. Mr; and 'Mrs. Tom Garnion and family * of Jackson, Minn,, spent Christmas Eve with Mrs. Gannon's ,mother, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill. Mrs.' One Boors wont to Env metsburg Christmas Eve to spend ChristmaS'in. the home of her^sister/the George Douglas's. ~ Mr. and Mr.. Harvey Morey spent Christmas day, with her parents in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Bennett and boys spent Christmas Eve in the home of relatives at Albert Lea and Christmas day in the home of a sister at Minneapolis. , t ' ,11110 Neighborhood, card, club met at the Julius Becker- home Tuesday afternoon with a two o'clock dessert luncheon being served by the hostess. At cards bceived high pt\te, Mrs*. SiirDavis 16* afid Mrs. Allan Foth travel. i Mr, and Mr*. 6*dr9« toftifd*, -ito Jache$ter K ,New Yorfcf fe$. 48 "fttenft. ^m^nS , Iheir ,so4aM£jfantiy, life Charles Dotilld&; : ' / t t Mr., LeicH«i*«r went,!* Splfc. cer last week to spend Christmas with her son Donald and ? *""* •*>*•» ! j^ f*""V -i r ."ftUfa* Anna Murray accompanied her nephew, Lawrefifie,-Murray, of Fort Dodge, to Chicago Saturday mortiiHg by plane, where they .were met by Robert Mur- raV of Crown Point, Indiana, in Whose- homef they spent Christ- mis. They returned home Tuesday. , Mrs. Burred Smith entertained, at several "coffees" at her home last week for neighbors, friends'and Avon customers. A variety of fancy cookies, fruit cake' and candy were served. Decorations in the home were carried out in the Christmas theme and each guest was pre< serited a small gift. Mrs. Smith is the Avon representative. Mrs. Martha King, and son Clifton went to St Paul last week, to spend Christmas in ; the Clarence King home and also to visit in the'homes of two other sons Who live there; Harold and Wendell, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann has gone out to California where, she will spend, (he rest of the winter in the home of her daughter Margaret. The family Christmas dinner of the Bill Wilsons was held at their home this year with tKe Virgil Wilson' family and James Wilson family of Thor being present. Walter Harris, who has booh stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, is spending a 15-day leave with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Noble Harris for the holidays. Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz and Wayne 'Jones, spent, Christmas, day in the /home, of, his daughter, the Gordon .Burt's at Feriton. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm went to Yakima, Washington, to spend Christmas with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Hamm and family. ^ Mrs. Corniel Smith had members of her family for a family dinner Christmas Eve. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barton and their family and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil, Smith, Rita and Norman,, who was home from college for the holidays. Mrs. Flora Do Jarlis of Pine River;. Minn., came last Wednesday to spend Christmas and to make an extended visit in the home of her daughter, the Richard. McKenna's. A family, dinner was held at the. Dick Schultz home Christmas day and included- were Dick's mother, Mrs. Viola Schultz of Kalamazoo, Mich., who flew from Chicago to Ft. Dodge on Friday .where they met her. Others were their son Gary and wife and small son of Hudson, who came on Friday, their other son, Ron and wife and two children of Humboldt, and Dick's father, .Bill Schultz, of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker had their family home for dinner on Christmas day: Mr. and Mrs. John Berte and five children of Kanawh'a, and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker and four children. , Mr., and Mrs. Charles Butler and three girls, of Klemme, spent Christmas day in the parental Bill Davis horiie. Mr. 'and Mrs. .Norman Scott spent Christmas day in the home of their, son, the, Gordon Scott family at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs,' Ernest Logue were Christmas day guests in the Floyd Nickle home at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith spent Christmas with their daughter and family Mr, and Mrs, Charles Chaudoin, Debbie'and Jack in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Hintz spent Christmas day in the home of her sister, the Allan Darbys, near LuVerne. • \%. l-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE .:& PUBLISHIO AS PART OP THi KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Former LuVerne * 1 f *•*«", man dies at Cedar Rapids LuVerne — Harold Wioto, Cedar. Rapids died Suddenly 'of a heart attack Dec. 22 at the. age of 62 years. He died 3, months and 3 days later than his brother, Milton, Cedar Rapids. Mr. Woito is survived by his wife and three children, Bob, San Francisco, Calif.; Bill, Cedar Rapids, and Betty, a student at Cedar Rapids, also his mother , Mrs. Ella Woito, who is living in the American Nursing Home in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Woito will be 88 in March and just recently had a light stroke. A sister (Eleanor) Mrs: Dale Kitley, Hardy, also 'survives. ' Harold Woito was director of the Neighborhood Youth Corps in Cedar Rapids. Before assuming the post v/hen the corps was formed, there in March, he v/as employed by Allis-Chalm- ms Co., for 24 years. Mr. Woito was former chairman and member of the Civil Service Commission. Harold was the- son of the Woito, long in LuVerne. Services will be at 1:30 Saturday at Turner Chapel East. Burial will be at Cedar Memorial cemetery. former William time druggist WINNERS NAMED Winners of the children's Christmas drawing held Friday afternoon were: Bobby Pederson, Debra Wolf, Randy Pederson, Sheri Hefty, Rick Thomas, Debra Voss, Oracg McClellan, David- Wilhelm, Gary Loftus, Nona Schipull, Jimmy Savage, Laurie Fish, David Voight, Corina Carroll, Jay Schipull, Verna Toohey, Terry Thomas, Leonard Hinz, Denny Bristau, Wayne Curry, Vicky Hanselman, Brett Hefty, Diana Carroll, Garnet John, Dennis Plathe, JoElleri tys and Marty, and leave ,fpr« Florida will visit friends. The Olaf Klaval the • funeral of,; *»j*m *ti'fc* Forest City Friday morning. The Don Meyers and Rodney, Minneapolis, visited "Friday and Saturday with his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Harold' Meyer, Sbttir day morning they«left for* with to visit her parents,' Arnold Heisses. . M . • Mrs. Gf-nn McClellan and daughter, Mrs. -Ray Denning, Des Moines visited Thursday with Mrs. Clara McClellan. The general mooting, of, the W.S.C.S. was held Wednesday with 22 members present. 'Mrs: L. B. Shelton had the Christmas story. Scriptures and song,with Mrs. Ben Hefty and Mrs. Harold Wolf singing and Mrs. LeRoy Weber, the devotions. Hostesses were Mrs. Byran Stewart, Mrs. Chester Sill, Mrs. Elden, Guess, Mrs. Anna Smith, and Mrs. Anna Jensen. -; ^ Guests at L. B. Shelton's over the Christmas holidays are their son and daughter, Lee, Toronto, Canada, and? Marlene Stevens, college,, .Columbia, Mo^. will (CLASS HAS REUNION „_'"'&*.& ' " Uhiort-'iat the Friday evening with a «. AA^HM^ ' •+* » ^fm-mm^m^ r rwmfmm- * '•» starting at-8 p.m. Pr.esen Mr. and Mrs. Don Darrah x Bristau) Millerton; Gary Iteses and John (Sharon Smith), Iowa Falls; Marvin Breeders, and Tommy (Virginia Barton), Algona; Richard Blakes, Walthill, Nebr,, Louise Faulstick, lovfa Lutheran. Hospital, Des, Moines; Elmer Hinz, LuVerne; Dae Kubly; George Hanselman, Tim Blumer, Sandra Walline, ,Morii- ca. Markman, Raeanri Brink and fiance, all, of, Ames. Teichers Ramese, ail' of Ames. -Teichers L ~f 'O 'f ' Trff »."" i ~Xi Christmas Eve • visitors at Richard Gronbach's were their parents the Olaf Kleyelands and Frank Gronbachs. Christmas guests of the Harold Meyers were the Keith Smiths and Jackie, Humboldt, Don Meyers and Rodney, Minneapolis, Lyle Powells, Medelia, Minn., Jim. Millers, Fort Dodge, Leonard Wilson, Livermore and Mrs. Clara McClellai.. ' ,The Richard Gronbachs spent Christmas day with her parents the Olaf Klevelands. Linda Swanson came Thursday to visit her parents, the Carl Swansons. She 1 teaches in Hawarden and will return 1 Jan. 2. H •« ™-> "yf. •* -fffff^^FTr K ' «/JM ^Sj^T^ Hinz, Kent Barber, David Mar ty, Barbara Marty, Lynn Hefti, Lisa Toohey, Donna Bahmann, Susan Wolf, Vicki Baumgartner, Diane Marty. LIBRARY PLEDGE The LuVerne Progressive Women's club held a Christmas meeting Dec. 19 at Mrs. Robert Brainerd's with Mrs.,Jerry Wolf co-hostess. Mrs. Lyle Shelton presided. There were 11 members present. It was voted that the club pledge $75 to the Lu- Verne Library building fund, this bringing their total contribution to $100. This money is to be 1 raised by a bake sale and rummage sale after the first of the year. Mrs, Jim Mallory showed slides of the Christmas Story as depicted by famous artists. LuVerne Co-op Elevator MARCIA S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE The Andrew Martys, Marty and Martha Bahmann and Mrs. Alma Huff left Wednesday for Georgia for Christmas with Mrs. Huff's son, the Junior Huffs. After Christmas the Mar- LIVERMORE BOWLING W L M & M Feeds ______ 43 -21 Smith Lumber 36 28 American Legion ___ 35 25 Pioneer _: : ^__ 34 18 Town Tavern 32 24 Mike's Garage 32 32 Livermpre Bank 31 33 K. O. Hardware —_ 26 26 K. C 26 34 Livermore Lanes ___ 26 38 Hardy Cafe _ 23 37 Gronbach's DX 17 43 High Team Serjet American Legion 2425 Pioneer 2384 M & M Feeds ._ 2373 High Team Game M & M Feeds 835 Pioneer -_ 831 K. 0. Hardware 825 • High Individual Series Barney Thilges 1 597 Bob Gronbach 214 Leon Terwiiiiger 578 High Indivicjgal Cams Leon Terwiiiiger 214 Bob Bronbach 214 Bob Gronbach 206 ers. Good Will club met. Thursday at Mrs. Carl Swanson's with 13 members present. They had a pot-luck lunch, gift exchange and they revealed mystery sis-, ters. ; •. ]j Mrs. Dennis Carroll was, hostess Friday afternoon to the Homemakers dub of the I Verne township. He was a Ghru_ mas party with 10 members present and two guests/ Mrs? •* Donald Carroll and Mrs. Tom Lu- iriin the Clarence Arbogasisy jfc~ " present were, Mrs. Bob Walters and Mrs. Norman. Wataon,;Hunv boldt, the Bryco Wicketts, arid Sherman Arends and Jim;- Christnus ,hoH<tiy visitoH with, tfe Rev. • Muellers were their ^tiiree' sobs," Ted* New York, David, Ames, and.] Joel, St. paui:-. 5 ;-,.' v~/.K/~ •'* The Doug Holmes and JojFf \dsited over Christinas with his parents, the Cliff. Holmeses. | The Sherman Arohds and Jim, wore, Christinas,. guests of his parents, the.Grover Arends, WiUiams. ; Other guests were the Russell Stcphensons, Williams, John Groent>ergs, and Ed Teecher, Iowa Falls. , Don McClellan, Detroit, came Sunday and is visiting, hiy mother, Mrs. Clara, .IWcClellan. A pro-Christmas, party, was held^ThuraJay at Don Marnink Humboldt. Present were her sisters, the LeRoy • Hinzes, Smith- hind, Don.Peltzes, Pocahontas, Kenny Larsons,, Badger, and Richard Gronbachs, LuVerne. A Christmas dinner was hold at the Town Hall for the Frank Gronbach family Monday noon. Present were the Frank Gron- bachs, Richard Gronbachs, Lu- Verne, Willie Blairs, Superior, Wis., Dale Brayton^ Sheffield and Earl Gronbachs, Hayfield, Minn. aid Cbleman|s were the , Eastmans and Kenneth Potters. The John Morrises, Nelson, Minn., have .a boy born Dec* 10, ramed Ricky. Joe, 9, It*, the Norrises now have seven boys and seven, girls, Tlie f materntal grandmother, MM. ' Charles Reaper, Iryingtpn, reports! she now, has 17 granddaiighter&,ana 17, grandsons, which, seems something of. a. coincidence, The Norrises, were residents; of, the Irvirigton area, for^ many .years before moving to Minnesota, ', Guests at, Mrs. Margaret Kents Algona,, Sunday,, were this Lata rence Millers,' Clarence'. C^np- days, Steve Canadays, .Virgil Jennings, LuV.erne, and' thje John Jennings, Sexton. '; ,^. .»'>> '. j fHUMDAY, DEC. 2f, 1W. ,nt-^*^in II lll» M il i lillii HI L-.-. i n ii i i M i bttjlii Mi*_ |(l5he Whittertore. Wayne Patterson, hoitie for ChristnW, vacation, will return to. Junior college, l* ne !8, ;; t mmem EfWtS, •-1^ ->M*i> A*.? GUe^ts at Verl >Mter*on' BtoWft^fiM^M A0 Friends! , Many thanks for shbwihg us loyil support. V™, '. *!"%, \• ' . Tom —Herman — Alice ,V'V;.fe' ; ,' ' /; LVVerne, .>?». V /_* frM ; 3\ t**< »i * '1.' **-.'- '* Irvinoton via9dw£Trd"T . '. By Mao McLean .. — T-^-w »—•--f^T--^--——-j xy.v?* w "^ t *'> Christmas Eve were Mrs.'Margaret Kent family^ the Steve Canadays, i the Russellf Canadays and; the John Jennings • >•'• t Guests of Mrs. Blanche Lage Sunday, ,w,ere the,: James Lages, Fort Dodge, Eiigehe Lages, D^s Moinds, and Mrs. Alan Ldge arid children, Algona. » The William Boldridges; Algona, had the- son Bob, Des Moines, and the' daughter Maryt Minneapolis, home for Christ* mas. . Toby Eastman, ,now employed in Omaha; spent the Christmas weekend \vith his family here. The i LeRoy Christiansens spent Christmas Eve with LeRoy's sister, the Arnold Kollns, Buck Grove, and Christmas day with Mrs. Christiansen's parents, the James Rileys, Deloit. TAe Toby Eastmans,. Algona, rpent Christmas day , with the A. J.-Eastmans at Britt. "The Kenneth Potters, Algona, spent^<%ristmas day -with the Carroll Potters. ; • Naomi Rose and Mae McLean were Christmas guests at Kenneth Rohey's. The Harold Sabins were hosts Christmas for Mrs. Hazel Sabin,/ the Ronald Sabins and George McVays. Sunday evening guests Carroll, change. had spent Wednesday to Friday with his mother, Mrs. Marthaj ffinz and Mrs. L. Hinz, sister, Mrs. Richard Gronbach. \ Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Bertha Schipull and Harold rvere the Otto Jazels and son, Alvin Bqmgaars and daughter, Burt, H. F. Kirchhoff family, the Lfinjme.. J&Kbhoffs, Humbolclt, Hans Sphroeders, Clear Lake, Jerry Gubles and daughter, Ia- dianola, and Alfred Schipulls, Bradgate^ : i Christmas visitors with Mrs. Jessie Stripling were, her daughters, Sandra Stripling, D?s Moines, the Dwayne Tobeys and Nick, Readlyn and cousin, MBS. Bess; Connelly, Bancroft. I Christmas guests of the Edwin Martys were the Robeft Marty family, Orford, Nebr., Judean Welthas, Randall, Albert Schindlers, Monroe, Wis., and Mrs. Henry Kubly. Tljf Gtrajd Smiths, Gary Iteses and John, Iowa Falls and the Kenneth Smiths and girls, Clear Lake were Christmas guests of the Lester Smiths. Monday guests of Mrs, Jessie Stripling were Bess ; Connelly Bancroft, Mrs. Clem Stripling family, the Sherman Arends and Joni, Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, and the Dwayne Tobeys and Nick, Readlyn. Christmas visitors at Gordon Gregory's were their daughter, the Ken Striplings and boys. Newell. They also visited his mother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling. Mr.. H.nry Kubly and th* Lester Smiths visited Monday v/ith Henry Kubjy at Mercy hos> pital. Fort Dodge, .;• Thf Terry Tobeys, Phoonix, Ariz., are visiing "with-her par, ents, the Peder HjeJm«lands; Mr. Toljey is gn accowotant at Arizona State University. The ilmtr Bragtri, Grtniby, Colo., were Christmas visitor? with his parents, the EJi Brag- LUVERNE CLINIC DR. 8. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Wef k Day. S«|ur4«y« 8:30 to 12:00 1:99 to 5:00 8.30 to '2:00 1:00 to $:00 Closed all d«y LyVtmt, IF NO 4N$WER, Call TU 2 Mrs. Gerald Coleman went to The Gerald Sclunitts were 1 _^ -4 «->i st -» TFOT »-» t -*j—i— TW ^^ tTrr" George Olsens. Christmas Eve the Harold Sabins attended 6 p.m. services at the Lutheran church at Ringstedj then'were guests of Mrs. Sabin's ,i»krents, the Roy Bensens there.' Last week Wednesday the . Harold Sabins were guests of the;Melvia Alts, and Friday attended a LuVerne Enterprise 16 ill wheff lpy»lty w« frcatly . A HAPPY NEW YEAH EMOtt E LuVerno through the yeare VHJJWEPUW Harrisoij Corji, Pj-op. SANFORD'S PLUMBINfi ADD HEATING LuVerne For generosity ••cell. Thanks! LuVerne Insurance Agency Ed & Verlaine LuVerne for yw. good heallh, peet pkMMre ai abwda«t prosperily . . . Thwk you for your loyal patroMge. LuVeme Crop Service The Richard G/onbachs Anil H*t Gtorgo Studers

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