Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1965
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4—AliCONA (I6w») ADVANCE THimSEAY, JAN. 14, 196S Leo Kilts, 73, of Livermore dies; rites held two weeks In 1.he home of their son and family, Df. and Mrs, Jerome Behounek at Casper* Wyo. They traveled by train. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown of Tulsa, Qkla., where Jerry worked at the airport, have moved to Chicago whore he will be a tic- kc' agent at the O'Harc airport. Jerry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ttoy Brown. Their other son, Tom, also works at the O'ltare airport. Tom, his wife and baby Livermore — Funeral services ! son have lived in Chicago the were held Wednesday. Jan. 6, at the Methodist church for Leo Kilts, 73, who died early Monday morning at the Mercy hospital In Ft. Dodge where he had been a patient since Dec. 22. Mr. Kilts was born in Springville and later lived in Cedar Rapids. He came to Livermore in 1940 as a coal cbutc operator for the Rock Island Railroad. His wife, the former Edna Day, died in 19R2. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Clarence Schriber of Livermore, and Mrs. James McArthur of Cedar Rapids, six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Burial was in the Union Cemetery at Livermore. HEART ATTACK Friends have received word past two years. Frances ttllbeH 2nd high and Mrs. Veronica Roethlef, travel. Lunch was served, Linda Schriber is engaged Llverrndfe — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schriber announce the engagement of their daughter Linda Jean, to Larry Leroy Fredcriksen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Frecleriksen, No wedding Top Six Bowling League W L Smith Lumber 51 25 Reinics Groc. 38 38 Pioneer _.. 38 34 K. C. ._ 36 36 Gales ._ -29 43 Kay Impl. 28 44 High Individual Game Leo Bormann .._ 232 Ervin Mcrtz __ 207 Harold Dolclcr 193 High Team Series Pioneer Reinics Smith Lumber High Team Game that Herman I-arson suffered a heart attack the day before Christmas and was on the critical list for several days. He is in the Veteran's hospital in Washington D. C. where he and Mrs. Larson had gone last Fall to visit their daughter Virginia who had suffered a nervous breakdown and is still confined to the hospital. SAMPLE RITES Funeral services for Walter H. Sample, 86, were held at the Seventh Day Adventist church at Humboldt on Jan. 5 with burial in the Union cemetery. Mr. Sample was, a lifelong resident of Humboldt county and former Livermore resident. He was married to Mary Batterson who died in 1955. They lived in the present Stiltz residence while here. Due to the extreme foggy. weather the church meeting scheduled at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening was postponed. Tom Stephanson of Des Moines visited in the home of his sister; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis on Sunday. Names called for the cash drawing on Saturday night, Jan. 2 were Mrs; Harry Rutz, $50; Mrs. Ernest Miller, $50; and J. C. Kelly, $40. Mr. Kelly was the only one present to receive the money. Mrs. Virgil Smith entered Mer.- cy hospital at Ft. Dodge on Monday where she had major, surgery and is progressing satisfactorily. The Missionary meeting of the Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the Fellowship hall at the church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ernest Haack presided at the meeting with Mrs. Keith Voss as the leader. Mrs. Don Collins and Mrs. Harry Rutz served lunch, Mrs. John Seger was taken to the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge by ambulance Thursday evening where she is a medical patient. Mrs .Harold Gjerstad was hostess to the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock luncheon was served and at cards, Mrs. Bill Davis won high, Mrs. Bill Krpelding low and Mrs. Harold The Twentieth Century club j datc lias bcon sel met at the home of Mrs. Joseph Sanders Tuesday afternoon with the President, Mrs. John Olson, conducting the business meeting. Music was Winter Wonderland and Mrs. Karl Baesslcr gave the lesson which was on advancement in Radio and Television. Mrs. Freddie Hintz will be writing the news for the paper next week. Please phone her if you have any news. Mrs. Lawrence Frederick was hostess to the United Presbyterian Women at her home on Wednesday for the first meeting of the year. Mrs. John Hnuck, the new President presided at the business meeting with. Alia Dudley as the leader. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baessler visited in the Frank Baessler iiomc in Humboldt on Thursday to visit with a sister, Mrs. Spencer I>anning of Sioux City, the former Emma Baessler, who spent Christmas with her sister Lulu in Des Moines. Install new Eastern Star officers Jan. 2 . 2408 2347 2311 Pioneer Reinics _ Smith Lumber 855 .- 807 798 Livermore Installation of the new officers for Eastern Star was held Saturday evening, Jan. 2 at the local chapter room with Mrs. Richard Higgins of the Rolfe chapter as the installing officer. Mr. Higgins was the installing Marshall and Mrs. Lawrence Turley also of Rolfe, acted as installing Chaplain. Mrs. Marjorie Shelton of LuVerne was the installing organist. New officers that were install- High Individual Series Leo Bormann .__. 574 Clarence Meyers 508 Barney Thilges 502 Wesley a ns see water damage in the West Wesley,— The, Robert Bolen- ouscs and Bob returned Jan. 3 from two weeks to Spokane, Wash,, to visit her mother, Mrs. J. M. Blomberg. They also visited her uncle Frank Bolenous, and other relatives at Davenport, Wash. They traveled both ways by Cheyenne, Wyo. and Boise, Ida., to avoid heavy snows. They met and passed many cars equipped with ski gear as that is the popular sport of the Mountain stat- and Mrs Feiinan Hdnafi ofAt< gona were prize winners. 06ft* nie, daughter of the Bill mans, Algona, will become the bride of Mike Neuroth, son of Urban Neuroth and the late Ro- sclla Neuroth, Jan. 30 in St. Joseph's Catholic church. HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING The Guy Dimonds, former. WesleyanSj now retired in. Brill, had their golden wedding t^e, 31 and were guests New Yews day at a family gathering at their daughter Mrs. Howard Sparks, BurL Monday a group of neighbors and relatives surprised them. They brought oyster stews. ATTEND SHOWER Several car loads of women attended the pre-nuptial shower at St. Cecelia's, Algona, Jail, "io for, Joan Becker. She is a daughter of the Herman Beckers and will marry Gary Ludwig, son- of Mrs. Agnes Ludwig, Jan. Mi SERVICES ARE HELD Funeral services were held Jan. 11 in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Mrs. Anastasia Mai- ecek, 87, a, former Wesley res}' dent She died in a Britt rest home. FLY TO MEXICO The George Lickteigs left' Jan. 4 for a weeks stay in Acapulco, Mexico, They took a jet out of Des Moines. party Tuesday. Mrs. Percy Wa1> nem had high fof women and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus low. Glaf* ence Bauer had high for men and Oliver Lee low. The Raymond Wehrspanns had the couple high score. The Vincent Wilsons, Buffalo Center, were Sunday guests at James Fowler's. Mrs. Fowler is their niece. The Leslie Edwards, Foreit City, were Sunday visitors at Mike Prohling's. The Jesse Van Buskirks visited her aunt, Mrs. Frank Logan, Estherville, Monday, They alf o visited the R, B. Carlsons, Dunnell. Margaret Holt Was a Sunday guest at Bernard Jacobs', Bradgate. Mrs fiEvi.it, Ogland and children '' . of Fotest City: Mr i- Kifi, Wji§itter( had at guests Sunday her nephew Marlin Wegenef and family, of Seneca. Mr and Mrs Wallae* Erdman had Mr and Mrs Robert' Ernst, of Muscatine as weekend guests. Kathleen Griffin had Patricia Deterich of Garner as weekend guest. B6th young women teacli in the school system there. "STATIC PROM THE es. In Spokane they found 16 inches of snow that; totaled 40 ed were: Worthy Matron, Laur- inches when they left', a most ine Jergensen, Worthy Patron, I unusual snow fall' for that area. Irwin Jergensen, Associate Ma-! Th ey drove on. ice to and from 'Coulee Dam, where, they had a self-conducted tour, of the plant. In Wartsburg they saw people Roethler, travel. ,; The Neighborhood Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. John Renquist Tuesday afternoon in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Marie Layton and Mrs. Pearl Kramer who received gifts from their secret pals. A social afternoon was spent followed by a pot luck lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek have returned after spending ?T / I tron, Mardella Carlson, Associate Patron, Clarence Carlson, Secretary, Alice Rummens, Treasurer, Doris Olson, Conductress, Vivian Friday, Associate Conductress, Lola Hippen, Chaplain, Jessamine Miller, Marshall, Elaine Smith, Organist, Bernadine" Kissinger, Warden* Gertrude Qually and Sentinal, Wilder Rockwood: Star Points are: Ada, Esther Armstrong, Ruth, Bernice Rolland, Esther, Ardis Rockwood, Martha, Vera Wolf, Electa, Ella Rossing. During tl)e ceremonies Allan Blake of LuVerne sang. Dale Jergensen pinned a corsage on his mother and Paula Jergensen pinned a boutonni'ere qn her father. Judy Jergensen present- d 1 a bouquet of flowers to her nother. The installing officers, Mr. and Mrs, Higgins of Rolfe, re the parents of the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Jergensen. Several of the officers put on a skit "Recipes for the Year" and the chapter presented a Past-Matron's, pin tp Vera Wolf and a Past Patron's 'gift to El vood Rummens. Lunch was served from a Tea Table and Martha King poured, There were several out of town guests. shoveling, nuidifroni lutjir.'homes following the flood and they also saw a traffic .jam caused by a railroad^ bridge being swept down stream which tied up traf- ic for miles. . . Banns of marriage were published Jan. 10 in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Connie Prothman and Mike Neuroth. The Chas. Nybaards and her mother Mrs. Geo. Eggleston, Lu- Verne, spent,Jan. 3 in Cylinder with the Delbert Longs and their guest Mrs. Ada Reasoner,, Albany, Ore. The latter is an aunt of Mrs. Nygaard. Methodist Circles 1 and 2 will meet Jan. 16 at Orville Weiland's and Veva Lease's. Circle 3 met Jan. 8 with Kate Flom. Holy Name Society will, meet this Thursday in St. Joseph's parish hall with a dinner at 7 o'clock followed by a business meeting. Mrs. Geo. Vitzthum had her bridge club Thursday. Mrs N. F. Weber will have the group Jan. 21. CDA will meet Jan. 26. Reuben and Helen Skow were New Years Eve hosts to 40 young 4-H leaders at their home.. MJSS Peneik, Ames, a native of Thialand, and her friend and fellow countryman frdrri Klein's Radio & TV Repair Shop ADMIRAL RADIO * TV SALES & SERVICE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4662 LIVERMORE N WHO'S WHO Ruth Ann Nelson, daughter of the Clarence Nelsons has been selected for .membership in the Who's Who, among students in American Universitities and col-' eges. Each 'student receives a certificate of membership in the select group. Selection is made on the basis of scholarship, leadersip and service to her school. Ruth Ann and* hen sister Jeanne are. students at Briar. Cliff college in Sioux City. Ruth Ann is a senior art major. She was narrator for Briar Cliff Singer's recent television ap^ pearance, College on Camera^ as well as the International Christmas program at the college. N. D., spent Dec. 24-27 with the. former's sorority sister and roommate, Louise Skow, at the parental Joe Skew's. Joe Goetz fell on the basement steps at home Jan. 6 and dislocated his left shoulder. Mrs. John Youngwirth and Joseph John were brought home Jan. 7 from the Britt hospital where the baby was born Jan. 3., The Norman Rowes, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend at the parental Urban Neuroth's and at, Rich Reiling's. The Kenneth Hoffmans, Marshalltown, were weekend guests at the parental Urban Neuroth's. The women at* Mr and Mrs James Whittemore have had as guests from Bonn, Germany, Mr and Mrs Frank Wesrhahtn. who came Nov. 15 and left for New York Jan* 3 where they embarked) on the La Prance for home. Mrs Wehr- hahm has made previous visits here but this was .his first. He is an architect-and-it is ; impossible for him to; come during~the summer months:which he w'oujd like to do. Mr and; Mrs Wlllard Zeigler were visited- one day, recently by the former's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Elwin Hesley, of, Britt. Walter Zentner is home from Park hospital, Mason City, where he had major surgery. Mr and Mrs Walter Elbert; r^- turned last week from a, visit since before Christmas with their son John and family at Albuquerque, N. M. Mrs Elmer Potter is making an extended, visit at Ames with her sister Mrs Scott Moore. Mrs Mart> MeCall has returned from Atlantic where she had visited since before Christmas with her daughter and family. Mr and Mrs James Griffith and John. Mrs Albert Weishaar was visited Sunday afternoon by Mr and Mrs: John Rudisiil and Jim-1 mie, of Woden. Mr and Mrs L. A. Winkel were visited last week by their son Arthur and family, of Genter- ville. Marian Wittkopf came from Concbrdia college, St. Paul, Minn., where he is a senior stu< 'dent" i ~ahd'spent- Friday and Saturday with his parents Mr and Mrs Edwin Wittkopf. Mrs Roger Phillips, former Algonan now living at Glenwood, is having surgery Jan. 15 and will be hospitalized a few days at Council Bluffs, Ellen Dailey is under medi cal care at the Lutheran hospi- al, Fort Dodge. Mrs Harvey Steven was dismissed Monday from St. Ann lospital where she has been a >atient several days. Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman and Dr and Mrs M. G. Bourne were, at Des Moines last week By By LUANA LEEK, KRIS MERRIAM, ZELDA WITZEL F jye$& eieep| at naff) time. ' tfle cpchp wis"; indiscreet, .ill;, In interviewing coach .Bryce Wickett and Mrs. Laura Zweifel, I found that basketball is essentially the same now as it was in 1919-20, even though changes have been made through the years to improve the game, For example, in; 1919 the clock was started at the beginning of the game and wasn't stopped until the end of the quarter. One. exception to this rule was that the clock was stopped for time-outs. In recent years the clock has been stopped every time the whistle is blown and isn't started until the official gives a signal to the timer. Forty-five years ago the coach was not allowed to speak to his aflloitiSittci technical! foul ti/fr Tapper ori'lKe leant'A placer ..|s allowed fewer fouls thafi the present figure of five. Tn£"foul- e*d playjer,. .did,. not .necessarily sftoot tHe, free ;throW, It was, the practice of the day to let the best shot 1 Shoot? the bonufe Shot* "After each field" goal, the ball war-tiken* to- mid;eburt ; for a jump ball and play was-resumed. Here, too, thel-e were no restraining lines. A player could :et as close to the jumpers as e wanted. Whenever the ball was tied up, it was.jumped at the exact spot at which it was tied up. The ten second rule was un* heard of. in 1920. You could, take as much time as you wanted to get the .ball out of the back court. This happened frequently when a team achieved a lead. They merely held the ball and ran out the clock. Sitting on the ball was not unusual. It wasn't untilthe 1940's or 1950's that the now common jump shot came into being. Though not as accurate as the shots Used in 1920, it is very effective. The sectional tournament series didn't-come into being until the spring of 1925, The 19191920 team won the "Little Nine" tournament thus getting aft invitation to the state tournament at Ames. The 1919;team was coached by J. .J. Sherman. Members, of the team were as follows: Albert Engel,, brother, of Laura Zweifel; Hector Janse; Everett Schultz; Everett Thompson;. Leo Chapman, brother of Irvin Chapman; Dwight Spooner; and George .Lothringer. The 1920 team was coached by the superintendent, Anton Johnson; He liked to play the rough like; fott aidj ta^fldo-. Thi Arthur Djckhoffc George tolhrffiBE.., . cousin- to. Ed- Hoff -—,--„ Lyle, Engel, "brother* off, ^w'elfeli • '' .There are pictures of> Iheie teams an'ti the' 1920, girls team which will be displayed at Ine Social science exhibit at' Acfiieve' meiit Day May 11. tllilllllllllllH SANFORD Plumbing 6 HoaHtu WAYNS SANFORD * Ritehln Hog Watftrtrt * Prfde-oMParm Watertri * Ever Pure Clorlnator water conditioners Phona TU 2-32BT lltltlHttlHKnlitlffflni MI VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY JERRY PATTERSON ; ;>_, '•' Complete Livestock and;Grain Trucking servrce. • Telephone TU 2-3356 LuVerne, Iowa • ENTERPRISE CAPE. Featuring Home Baked 1 Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241- Special Prices on all new H Mrs. Virgil Mansell spent from Sunday until Wednesday in the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge where x-rays disclosed a broken bone in her right arm suffered from tripping on a stair step at her home on Sunday. She now has it in a cast. Mrs, Jessamine Miller entertained the Delta Dek Bridge club at her home Friday afternoon. A 2 o'clock luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Joe Sanders won high, Mrs. Nick Bormann 2nd high and Mrs. J. F. llamm the Bingo prize. Miss Florence Altman was a guest. Mrs. Nick Bprmann entertained her card club at her home Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ted Wagner winning high, Mrs. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR GIRLS CLUB MEETS *. Wesley" Wizards met Jan. 4 with Cheryl and Rachelle Cun- Minn, ningham. Mary Jo Beckep prq- The sided and Bonnie Becker had recreation. Nancy Funnemark gave a talk. Helen Skow gave an art study. Diane Larson gave a book review. Shirley Becker gave a demonstration. Lois Bentele gave a leader's presentation. They recently sent $5 to the I.F.Y.E. march and took a.n active part in the county rally Dec. 29, Mary Jo and Shirley Becker and Kathy Skow sang in the county chorus. Rachelle Cunningham is reporter. HOMi FROM WEST The August Studers returned Jan. 7 from Long Beach, Calif., by train. They went Dec. 17 with their son Duane's wife and children in the latter's car. Duane drove a pickup out. The family now live in Long Beach where he has employment in an oil-well equipment factory. The August Studers visited the Irwin and Jerry Chamberlins and Mrs. Mary McKenna, Long Beach, and the Lou and Fabian Win- gerts, Los Angeles. August did some fishing. HAVE SILVER WEDDINQ The Dennis Cinks, her two brothers and two sisters, held a reception and open house for their parents, the Geo. Brckas, on their silver wedding Sunday in the Memorial building in Garner. SHOWER IS GIVEN Connie Prothraan, Algona, was given a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's parish, hall, Jan. 10. At 500 Mrs. Ann Carman, Britt, Mrs. Norman R-avye of Ft. Dodge tended the shower for Connie. Prothman who will marry Mike Neuroth, Jan. 30. ; The Raymond Hansens will have an open house for their 40th wedding Jan, 24 from 2-5 p.m. in the Methodist church. The John Paulsons spent Jan, 9-10 in Minneapolis with the Henry Schutrops, and with the Vernon Smiths, New Richland; Theron Hansens and guests, the Carl Arnolds, Lal&e Park, were Jan. 3 guests of the Geo. Detmerings. The Wilfred Beckers joined a group of 40 relatives New Years day at Fred Korte's, Britt. St. Joseph's Guild will hold a membership party Jan. 19. A pot luck lunch will be served at 6:45. All women of the parish are urged to attend. Mrs. V. Eisenbacher was taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona, Friday for medical care. She is in a critical condition. Dedication at Ottosen held Sunday Qttottn — Sunday morning the Rev. Robert J. Le Mont detj Seated the baptismal font, givei to the Trinity Lutheran churcl by St. Paul's Lytheraji at Rockwell City. He also cated the flower stand given t< the church by the Daniel fainij; in memory of Mrs. llattie Daniel The annual congregationa meeting of the Trinity Luthep an church will be Jan. 21 at 7:3( p.m. Mrs. Ida Worster, Rolfe, spen the weekend at Laurel Worst ter's. The Bob Thackers, Osage were Friday, guests at Arthyy Petersen's. The Ed Kemuas &ad a EXTRA to see the stage play "My Fair Lady." Dr and Mrs A. J. Eason were visited Saturday by their son- in-law and daughter Mr and n" design gives you ficrentVfast spreading. You can spread as li;;rit or as heavy as you wish. New Holland offers the extra-strength features you.need'in a spreader to protect against "down time". An apron chain that withstands more than twice the pull of ordinary chains. Extra-tough; heat-treated paddles and longer hitch channels. If you can't afford a breakdown, you need a New Holland spreader. Capacities , range from 110 to 175 bushels in a choice of triple-beater and single-beater nwdelfc See us soon! 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