Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1965
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Officers for Eastern Star are installed LuVernfe — Eastern Star met Monday night at. llic Masonic Temple and Mrs. William Shipman was installed as Worthy Matron; Herman Wise. Worthy Patron; Mrs. Phil Hungcl, associate Matron; John Voss, associate Patron; Mrs. John Voss, sec.; Mrs. William Wood, treas.; Mrs. Thurman Gaskill, conductress; Mrs'. William Meyers, associate; Mrt. »folm .Paulson, organist; Mrs. Charpel Hauswirlh, mar- shall; Allen Blake, chaplain; Mrs. Lee William, Adah; Mrs. Val Moore, Ruth; Mrs. Robert Barber, Kslher; Mrs. James Mullin, Martha; Mrs. Allen Blake, Electa; Mrs. Norman Chambers, warden; and Mrs. Leonard Mullins, sentinel. Mrs. John Mullin was installing officer; Mrs. George Gaskill, installing marshal]; Mrs. John Puffer, installing chaplain, and Mrs. Marjoric Sheldon, installing organist. Music Mothers will have their next meeting Monday at 8 p.m. at the school. Coffee will be served following the meeting. the TELEVISION TRANSISTOR RADIO A SMALL CAR RADIO REPAIRING APPLIANCE REPAIR RCA TV SETS A TUBES PATTERSON ELECTRIC LuVerne, Iowa NOTICE To Customers Of " * - . j '• » '. j t , -FORMER- ' • ' - * , " - •/ *' LuVerne Pharmacy It was Hugh Shirk's wish that his LuVerne Pharmacy prescription records remain in this county. Therefore, he has turned them over to us and you may now refill any of your re-filiable prescriptions with us. And let us take this opportunity to welcome you to Honsbruch's Drug in Algona for all your drug end proscription needs. We will be most happy to serve you. Honsbrucb Drug . •- - •.. . . • -i i '-»ii..-..-.' . ^^ ALGONA, IOWA 3-4 Tribune ....^....-,,,........... ,,... 4—ALOONA (lows) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PAKT OF THE KO5JUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. II, IMS I li- Shower for recent bride at LuVerne LuVorne — A miscellaneous shower was held for Leota Ann Voss Liu Jan. 13 at the Methodist church basement. The program was announced by Mrs. Doris Barber, with a solo by Gretchcn Zentner and a humorous reading by Mrs. Helen Usher. She was assisted in opening gifts by Zclda Witzcll and Phyllis Blumcr. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Eunice Blake, Doris Barber, Fayc Lichty, Violet Goctsch, Sara Sill, Mabel Shorcy, Ella Weber, Dora Schipull, Lucille Ramus and Lillian Brainerd. Mary Will, Des Moines, student nurse, spent the weekend with, her parents the Fred Wills. Walther League v had a social evening Jan. 17. They attended a show in Algona, and returned to the LuVerne Lutheran church for lunch served by the Schnak- cnbergs and Pcrgandes. The John Vosses Jr. helped their daughter, the Rex Lius move to Wichita, Kan., where he will be working on his masters degree at the university. Canasta club met Monday at Faye Lichty's. Honors went to Bernie Cox and Fern Neal. The Keith Vosses visited Saturday at Delmar Voss's, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Owen Curry and children visited in Bode Sunday with her sisters, Mrs. Bill Wood and Mrs. Howard Curry, and her mother Laura Mils veil. Howard Curry left for Des Moines Sunday on business. He returned Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Ann Calkins and Mrs. Julia Pergande took Mrs. Pergande's mother, Mrs. Margaret Schwab, home to Blue Earth. She has been visiting in LuVerne a few months. Biddies and Kiddies club met Tuesday at" Mary Ann Calkin's., Prizes went to Kay Henderson, Marcia Arcnds, Marlys Stille and Lcona Stahl. Lcona Stahl will have the next meeting. Sunday guests at Vernon Eg* glcston's for the 16th birthday of Dclores were the Allen Thus, Gracttingcr, Pete Adamses, Es« thcrvlllc, Marlyn Grcgersons, Rutland, and Ralph Davidsons. | Mrs. Jerry Stille and'family! visited in Britt Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Aim Steenhard. I The Sanford Andersons and Mrs. Kathryn Markman, Renwick, visited the Henry Kublys Sunday. | The Cemetery Memorial So* ciety met Thursday afternoon at the city hall. There were two guests. Hostesses were Anne Smith, Faye Lichty, and Minnie Davidson. The Friendly Neighbor club met at Edwin Marty's. They had election of officers: president, Mrs. James Hefty; vice, Mrs. Jon Wilkinson; sec.-treas., Mrs. Robert Barber. Guests at Carl Swanson's Wednesday night were Mrs. John Olson, Mrs., Edwin Tolene and Mrs. Frank Zukowski, cousin of Carl, and Mrs. Ansel Aim, a niece of Princeton, 111. They came for the funeral of Guy Harmon. The Alfred Fetts moved to Algona Wednesday to a farm they purchased from Harold Mosher. Thursday callers at Albert Fish's were the Rev. Faye Garners, Mrs. Earl Wilhite and Jim, the Sanford Andersons, Renwick, Darrell Fetts, Donald Fetts and Mrs. Forest Fett. Guests Sunday at John Cox's were the Joel Houghs, Plover, A. L. Fredricksons, Paton, and their son J. L. Cox, home from the service from Camden, Mo. The Emerald Strands attended the funeral of his mother Mrs. Carl Strand, Waseca, Minn., who died suddenly at the age of 54. The funeral was held Friday at the Grace Lutheran church. The Clarence Nielsens went to Des Moines Sunday to a Goodyear Fair at the Veteran's auditorium. Mrs. Lorene Johnson and Max- 0 vis^te^ the,C,}f»rence Nielsens His father's '65 Ford...... rides quieter than • .. -.- ,• . -•-•*-.,• • *,-•-.. -' ?•;•• < .... • * ; . . .. ..• .. . • v.. • • >•> , liis father's Rolls-Royce We know it's hard jo believe a Ford could ride quiclcr tlinu the famed Rolls-Royce. But it's u fact. Leading acoustical consultants conducted tests in which three V-8 powered Fords (Galaxie 500 Sedan, new Galaxie 500/XL and LTD Hard tops) with automatic transmissions rode quieter than u new Rolls-Royce. The tests were certified by the U.S. Auto Club. Of course, the best test of all is to get behind the wheel yourself... and listen to a '65 Ford in action. Thai's what Chuck's father did. Ford's quietness really impressed him. But it wasn't the quietness alone thai sold him. He shopped around and found thai Ford offers features anil models and quality that simply aren't matched by other cars in its class. For example: • 100% new body—strongest Ford body ever. • New frame "tunes out" vibration. • Decorator-appointed interiors in LTD's, thick nylon carpeting. • More luggage space than in most competing cars—trunk holds four 2-suiters standing upright with room left over. • Thrifty, quiet new big Six—the biggest Six offered by any car in Ford's class . . . 289-cu. in. V-8 in XL's and LTD's. • All automatic transmissions have three speeds, not two as in some competing cars—smoother shifting, more economy, • Silent-Flo ventilation (in 4-door hardtops) provides fresh air in car with all windows shut. • Handy reversible key works either side up. There's more ... much more in a Ford than you'd expect for the money. Visit your Ford Dealer and take a lest drive- spoil. Test Drive Total Performance '65 Host year yet to go Ford! FORD MUSTANG • FAUQK • (NftlAN! • rOM' THUNOERBIR9 Homemaker KRIS Hanselman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman of Livermore, has been selected LuVerne high school's 1965 Betty Crocker Homemaker ,of Tomorrow; She scored highest in a written homemaking examination taken by the senior girls Dec. 'l,<and is now eligible for state-and national honors. Kris is the treasurer of her class;;and was selected as the first attendant for the 1964 homecoming. The school activities in which she takes part are: cheerleader, concert band, marching band, and mixed chorus. Kris is planning to take Home Economics at Ames next year. Saturday. STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday night W L Corwith Impl. 7 1 Prior Skelly, 7 1 p Standard Oil 5 3 ,'Corner Store 4 4 f-Livermore Co-op 4 4 Bamboo Lounge 2 6 Pioneer Cheese 2 6 LuVerne Ins. 1 7 High Team Series Livermore Co-op 2706 High Team Game Skelly 989 !i High Individual Series |im'-t.eriz"—-lil-li-l-— 59,2 ;.. High Individual Game Jim Lenz 253 Tuesday night High Team Series Beauty Shop 2228 High Team Game Burgess Tav. — 782 ' .High Individual Series Norma Watts 513 High Individual Game Norma Watts 211 Wednesday night High Team Series .Walnut Grove 2759 High Team Game Co-op Elev 976 High Individual Series R, Barber 579 High Individual Game R. Noll 234 ;, High Team Series Humboldt 2146 '' ( High Team Game iPorwith 770 |i H'9h Individual Series 'J. Henderson _, 544 $.. Henderson—.. — 531 ' High Individual Game .^Henderson ____,.i_____;» 203 . Henderson 196 Saturday night ^High Team Series JGoetsph ••!:___ „ 2208 ''' ; ,;High Team Game 'Goetsch 769 High Individual Series P: Watts 505 Martha Wolf 494 High Individual Game v . Watts 190 Norma Watts 178 LuVerne Insurance Agency For All, Your Insurance Needs, Stop «nd See Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lindebak, This year the bowling results will be sponsored each week by tht LuVerne boys, girls win in tournament Goldfield — The LuVerne boys won first round games in the annual North Star basket' ball tournament here Saturday night. The boys turned back Corwith- Wesley's bid 63-60 in a close game. The game was tied at 3030 at the half and 42-42 after three quarters. Bob Maass pumped in 25 points while "Butch" Hefty had 19 and John Wickett a dozen. LuVerne won the game »*+»•••••••>••••••••••»• Ottosen Mn. Donald Uihcr Percy Watnem took his brother-in-la\v, Ed Nessen, West Bend, to the Veteran's hospital at Des Moines Friday. Mr. Nessen was to have surgery Wednesday. Mrs. Nessen, fourth grade teacher at Ottosen, went to Des Moines Tuesday to be with him for a few days. The Hollis Coopers, Humboldt, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Essie Cooper. The Alvin Fossells, Thor, were Thursday visitors at Howard Hellickson's. James Struthers spent Sunday at Bill Willett's, Wallingford. The Lester Wehrspanns and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg went to Mason City Wednesday and to Osage ..where they visited the Dan Palsies. The women are sisters. The Le Roy Worbys were Sunday guests at Oliver Lee's, Rutland. The Les Carlsons and, Alfred Schultzes were Sunday guests at Conrad Johnson's. The Don* aid Larsons were afternoon visitors. The Earl Longs were Saturday guests at Arnold Bratland's, Humboldt. I.P.E.R.S. '//.IS Veflolne Johnson * 125.00. Bertie Ramus -1 —,-- ' ;7.50 M.W. Bell Telephone -'-- 15.63 traugers Mkt .f-21 Nielsen's DX - '.43 Carroll Garage — 12'li Farm Service Co. 29.60 DX Sunrqy 51.90 Kossuth Co. Advance ------- 15.00 Motion was made and carried to allow the claims as read. A Resolution was passed to accept the* 1964 street budget as sot up by the clerk. . ' Motion was mode and carried to accept the Treasurers report. Motion was made and carried to ox- tend the 'water main from Prospect Street west on Smart Street to the Wm. Mbeding' residence. Motion to aliourn. . • H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Receipts tor Dec. 1954: General Govt. $ 98.40 Public Safety 32.25 Mun. Ent. -- 10.00 Utilities - 73.08 Rood Use Tax -- 197,55 Total - --$411.28 «toHtH1IIIKIIWI«IIWIIIII«ll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIlllllllllIWl SANFORD Plumbing ft Healing WAYNE SANFORD * Ritchie Hor, Waterers * Prid^of-Farm Watcrert * Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners ,.' Phone TU 2-3251 •BMIIMIIffilllllllllllllli EUGENE HEFTY at the free throw line, hitting 15 of 19. High man for C-W was Tim Long with 20. Doug DeGroote pitched in 14 and Andy Moore added 10. The LuVerne girls defeated Boone Valley 48-36 after losing in the final minutes in two previous games. Jane Hanselman connected for 30 points including 18 of 22 free throws. Lu- Verne took a 15-3 lead midway in the second quarter but Boone Valley had it tied at the half, 20-20. GIRLS LuVERNE (48) fg ft pf Hanselman _______ 6, 18-22 0 Hanson ____ ___ ___ 3 3-7 4. Lindebak ________ 3 3-7 3 Coyle ____________ 0 0-1 1 Brink ____________ 0 0-0 2 C. Schnakenberg __ 0 0-0 3 Nelson ________ _1 0 0-0 6 Daley ___________ 0 0-0 0 TOTAL ________ 12 24-37 18 BOYS LuVERNE (63) fg ft pf Hefty _____________ 8 3-4 0 Maass ___________ 8 9-12 2 Meyers __________ 2 1-1 1 Wickett __________ 5 2-2 2 Trauger _________ 1 0-0 4 Nelson __________ 00-01 TOTAL ________ 24 15-19 10 COR.-WES. (60) fg ft pf kockman ________ 2 4-6 3 DeGroote _________ 7 0-0 3 Moore ___________ 5 0-1 3 Long ____________ 10 0-1 1 Anderson ________ 1 1-3 5 Jergenson ________ 2 1-2 0 TOTAL _______ _27 6-13 15 Legal Notices COUNCIL MINUTES January 4, 1««S Council met in regular session with Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilman present: Nielsen, Zentner, and Gronbach. Councilmen absent: Guy. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The Clerk presented the following claims: Brian Stewart $ 15.00 Allen Blake - -- 2.50 Bert Ramus V-..-- 2.50 Rolland Walline - 299.67 Delaine Blumer - 301.79 Harold Trauger 110.13 Jess 1 Jergensen 10.00 I.P.S. Co. --- 189.84 Int. R«v. Serv. •-.-„; 135.90 Standard Station — 15.20 Skelly Oil Co. -J 5.25 la. Emp. Sec. Comm. ; — - 177.26 LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY JERRY PATTERSON Complete Livestock and Grain Trucking service. Telephone TU 2-3356 LuVerne, Iowa ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 LUVERNE CLINIC .**£> ^rbRi'RVDkBRAlNERD' " . '. OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8-.30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne. Iowa . Phone TU 2-3226 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 £, f (Ml* UJMWtff 1965 tor4 Galaxk 500 tip 4-poor U*rdt<u> TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 320 E. STATE STREET AUGONA, IOWA LuVerne rips Klemme, 88-48 LuVerne — The LuVerne boys won a North Star Conference game at Klemme Friday night, defeating the home club 88-48. LuVerne had a wide 4829 half time margin, Bob Maass led a balanced scoring attack with 25 points while "Butch" Hefty added 23 and John ett 18. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — I want to thank my friends and relatives for all the cards, gifts and visits while in the hospital and since my return home. I deeply appreciated them all. — Jack Guy, LuVerne. 5* Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" AT • LUVERNE • WESLEY t TITONKA * CORWITH • RENWICK "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVJCE" TRAUCER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI. A SAT., JAN. 21, 22 & 23 Giant Size IVORY LIQUID Bottle 65' New Giant Size Bottle TOP JOB CLEANER 65* FOLDER'S COFFEE Lb. 69« Zesta Lb. Box SALTINE CRACKERS 25' RAISED DONUTS Box 350 Large 1 Lb. 2 Oz. Su- TANG Jar 98e Froien Patco ORANGE JUICE 4 CANS $1.00 400 Ct, Box 4 <*r '1. Each KLEENEX Froien Frying CHICKENS RID POTATOES iou*. $ W 'N'* 3 IB. CAN CANNED PICNICS $1.t» MINUTE STEAKS Each AII-P«rk Spictd LUNCHEON LOAF BEEF LIVER u». Wt rtierv* tht right to limit quantities. 4*

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