Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
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Guy Raneys celebrate 40th anniversary were guests. The Priibyterlan ladteft Aid had a very successful bake sale al Hie Old Timer's Cflfc on Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. James Howard, Sioux City, visited over Hie weekend at the Kenneth Howard Uv«rfr»ore — Mr. and Mrs. ]lomp Guy ftoney celebrated their 40th The Guild of the Sacred wedding anniversary Sunday, i Heart church had election of of- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raney were ' ficcrs for 1Iie ncw vear: Mrs supper guests. In the evening Nick Bormann is pros.; Mrs. Other relatives arrived with ' Car » 1P » Wagner, vice pros.; Mrs. food and gifts to help celebrate ! DoIores tx)gue, trcas.; and MJSS the occasion, nainelv Mr and F1 °rence Altman, Sec. They Mrs. John Olson. Mr and' Mrs ' mcot )lic sccolld Tuesday of the Kelly Gronbach. Mr. and Mrs' I 1110 "" 1 '» lll , e evening. Don Chrislcnscn and Mr and ' Mrs> Daryl Frederiek wen » »* Mrs. Maurice Olson. j clcar Lake Wednesday to bring _ . jAngella Snow home with her as HEARS OF NEW BABY | lier niccc tne Larrv Snow's had Mrs. Howard Barton received a bab >' bo - v born Wednesday a call from her son Delmar niormnfi and has been named Smith of Charlotte. N. C. on \ Kc $ n Cra J8- „„„ J Wednesday announcing the ar- ' Mr> and Mrs> cll " ord ' rival of a' baby daughter Kathv ^ lefl by planfc for a 2 week vaca ' Alice. This is' the 'first erand- ! tl0 " at Los Vegas, Nevada. child for the Barton's and the i Mr - and M "' Elmer Gr °" ba «h great grandmothers are Mrs i loft this week for an extended Cornell Smith and Mrs. Johanna Smith all of Livermore. trip in the south. Mrs. Nellie Dunphy taught second grade Friday for Mrs. La Fae Crohcr who was ill with NEW DAUGHTER Pastor and Mrs. Win. Stock , the flu. received vrord from their daugh- Mr< and MrSt Carl ter the Keith Taylor's of Millersburg of the arrival of a baby girl. They have another daughter Renee. Mrs. Stock will leave for Millersburg to be with the family for several weeks. WEBB COUPLE HERE Mr. and Mrs. Don Etherington of Webb, have moved into the Ace Bordwill residence. They have a son David in 4th grade and a daughter Darlene in the 8th grade at Twin Rivers school. Mr. Etherington is employed by the Smith Lbr. Co. MARRIED COUPLES The Married Co'ioles Club met at the Lutheran church Sunday. Mr. Adolph Koester gave the topic and entertainment was furnished for the rest of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rutz and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Koester were the hosts. NEW DAUGHTER visited their daughter and family the Larry Andersons and Mrs. Hanselman's mother Mrs. Lewis Olson at Mankato, Minn, on Monday. Domino League W L Anderson Motors 55 29 K. 0. Hardware 50 30 Sawyer's 45% 34% Town Tavern 44% 39% American Legion 43% 40% M & M Feeds 37 43 Dick's 36% 43% Mike's Standard __ 34 42 Livermore State Bank 32% 47% Livermore Oil Co. _.21% 58% High Individual Series Dennis Behounek 532 Harold Thul . 503 Keno Underberg :.___ 498 High Individual Game Harold Thul 214 Basil Brock 200 Jerry Becker 199 High Team Series K. 0. Hardware 2725 Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith of Livermore State Bank ___ 27112 Humboldt are parents of a baby r4l " b "'" pirl, Jacqueline Kay. born on Thursday. Mrs. Donald Holmes is the babies grandmother and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer of LuVerne are the grandparents. CASH DRAWING J The names called for the cash drawing on Saturday nieht were John Jenson. $50; Ernest Ranev. $50; and Darlene Buttrick, $20. No one was present so the next Saturday drawing will be $50, $50 and $30. Dick's High Team Game 2699 American Legion 968 Dick's 952 Mike's Standard 946 Monday Night League W L Rood's Ins. .___^__u—. 9 3 Don's Oil „______' __9 3 Red Lantern 7 Tribun 4—ALOONA (low.) ADVANCE fUlLISHIO AS MftT Ot THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. II, IM? HIP SURGERY Dennis Renquist, son of the John Renquists, is a natient at Mercy hosoital in Ft. Dodge where he had hio surgery Wednesday. His room no. is 208. He is an eighth grader. Mr. Henrv Monson underwent surgery at Iowa City Thursday and is reoorted to be getting along well. Mrs. Alvin Lenorti was hostess to the Deal & Chat Club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret Howard. Miss Florence Altman and Mrs. Helen Bor- raann were guests. High prize went to Mrs. Delores Loerue, 2nd high. Mrs. Marilyn Lempke and low to Mrs. Ella Rossing. Mrs, Catherine Collins returned Thursday from Lutheran hos pital, Ft. Dodge, where she had major surgery. Her sister Mrs. Ruth Nftcker is wHh her. Mrs. Guv Ranev had Mrs. Karl Baessler. Mrs. Martha Kin? Mrs. Ruby Holmes and Mrs. Helen Smith come in for coffee and, congradulate them on their 40th weeding anniversary. The Melody Moms were dinner euests at the Kiwanis Club in Humboldt Thursday evening and were on the program for the entertainment. The Melodv Moms sana for Woman's Club meeting Wednesday held at the home of Mrs. Henry Hooe. Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv Groh and son Dale Keith, Des Moines, visited at the home of his aunt. tjie Daryl Frederich's and his grandmother Mrs. Molly Groh on Saturday. The Neighborhood Card Club met Tuesday with Mrs. Harold High score went to Lutheran Laymen 7 5 Farm Service 4 4 Farmer's COOD 5 7 M & M Feeds 5 7,' Watkins _„ 4 7 Dasen's Oil 4 8 Humboldt _2 6 High Team Series Rood's Ins. 2509 Red Lantern 2419 Farmer's GOOD '. 2407 High Team Game lood's Ins. lood's Ins. __. Farmer's COOP __. 889 829 825 Hiph Individual Series W. Rood 557 J. Thilges 556 L. Bormann 548 High Individual Game J.'Carlson'— 224 J. Thilges 212 A. Koester 207 Tuesday Night League Top 6 W Smith Lbr. —56 28 Reinies Groc. 45 39 Pioneer 43 37 K.F.C.'s 39 41 Gales Garage 33 47 Kay Impl 28 52 High Team Series Smith Lbr. 2414 Reinies Groc. 2377 K.F.C.'s Chris Johnson, 94, ex-LuVerne dies Thursday LuVerne — Chris L. Johnson, 94 of Atlantic, passed away in his sleep Thursday morning, Jan. 21 at the Methodist nursing homo in Atlantic after a long illness. Services were held in the Meyer funeral chapel in Atlantic Saturday and graveside rites at Union Cemetery in Humboldt at 2:30 p.m. Mr. Johnson was born in Denmark and came to this country at an early age. He worked on a farm near Independence until lie came to Rutland. He operated a hardware store here in connection with the Post Office and a rural mail route. l-Ie later became a carpenter. He built a number of rural school houses in Humboldt County. In 1931 he moved to Algona and built a new home. After giving up carpenter work he was custodian of the Methodist and Baptist churches. In the late 40's he moved to Atlantic. He built a hobby shop where he continued to build different things until 1963 when health began to fail him. In 1901 he married Mary Maloney who died in 1907. In 1925 he married Laura Scott, Lu- Verne, who survives as does a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Albertson of Atlantic, Five grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren also survive. A sister Mrs. Margaret Schultz of Bradgate also survives. Sunday guests at the Melvin Kubly home were the Pete Ru- bergs of Fort Dodge and their house guest Davy from Missouri. Other guests were Mrs. Ken Siemans and her two children. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson left Sunday to go to Des Moines to a Co-op meeting. They returned Wednesday. Melvin Kublys went to Lake City, Minn, and Carol Kubly and children returned with them and visited a week. Larry came on Sunday and his family returned with him. Thursday visitors at the Marvin Meyer home were the Melvin Kublys, Carol Kubly and children, Eleanor Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Meyers and Frank Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Streiss of New Glarus, Wis. and their son Gary Streiss from Milwaukee, visited at the Henry Kubly home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Stan Egel moved to the farm on Friday recently vacated by the August Elberts. A birthday party was held Saturday for the 5th birthday of Terry Still at the Walter Ruger home. Mrs, Owen Curry and children visited in Bode Sunday with her sisters Mrs, Howard Curry and Mrs, Bill Wood and her mother Laura Mitsven. Mrs. Harley Rusher, Curtis and Pamela of Bancroft were Sunday visitors in the home of Lena Hinz. 50th wedding observed MR. AND MRS. William Marty, LuVerne, will be honored by their children at an open house Sunday, Feb. 7, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Evangelical United Brethren church, LuVerne, in honor'of their 50th anniversary. They are the parents of two sons Kenneth and Melvin'both of LuVerne and have three grandchildren, Dennis, Douglas, and Diane. They were mar-- ried in Renwick, Iowa, Feb. 10th, 1915, and they have resided on a farm near LuVerne all, their married life. There will be a short program at 2:30 pirn. No special invitations are being sent, but a most cordial invitation is extended to all their friends and relatives. LuVerne high school honor roll given High Team Game ~ 2328 I Mrs. R, T. Mueller was admit- Smith Lbr. Smith Lbr. Pioneer 856 818 808 High Individual Series Irvin Mertz 531 Leo Bormann __ 524 Virgil Smith .... 502 High Individual Game Irvin Mertz 208 Clarence Eisenbarth 199 Virgil Smith 192 Women's Bowling (Wed.) W Sawyer's 54 Imperial Cafe 53 Hamm's Ins. 51 Watkins 47 L 26 27 29 33 low to Mrs. Dorothy Becker. Mrs. Harley fisher and Mrs. Raymond Graaf Baker's 46 % 33 % Bode Coop 44% 35% Bode Locker 40 40 1M & M Feeds 33% 46% Leaer Coop 28 52 Dasen's 20 60 Klein's Radio i TV. Repair Shop APMIRAL RADIO & TV & SERVICE i Specializing in all TV a»4 Radio Repair Phone 4491 or LIVERMORE High Team Series Baker's .1 2138 High Individual Stritf Shirley Siefken 500 High Team Game Imperial Cafe _-_ 784 High Individual Game Helen Sortein 206 MISSIONARY — Rev. A. A. Sodawasser, Parkersfourg, has; ted to the Lutheran hopsital, Ft. Dodge for treatment. Alma Manning is at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Shirley Ann Wood of Bode, liece of Mrs. Gail Wolf and Mrs Owen Curry had an appendec- omy Wednesday at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Rev. Mueller was admitted to he Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge on Monday for surgery on Tuesday. Mrs. Lena Him returned Tuesday from the Lutheran hospital m Fort Dodge. Mrs. Frank Moeding returned from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge on Thursday. George Wolf of Algona had surgery in Florida where they are spending their winter vacation. Minnie Davidson was admitted to the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge on Sunday. She was scheduled for minor surgery on Monday. Mrs. G. A. Eggleston was ad mitted to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge on Sunday for x-rays. She returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barter LuVerne — The first semester honor roll for the LiiVerne high'-school-'Was..relcased'/>:tnls week. Following are those 1 who made the "A" and "B" rolls according to principal Howard H. Smith. "A" HONOR ROLL Seniors — Suzanne Dudley, Clara Schnakenberg (5). Juniors — Jane Hanselman, Dawn Lindebak and Elaine Schnakenberg. Sophomores — Rita Patterson (5), and Daryl Trauger. ' Freshman — Coleen Johns (5). 'B" HONOR ROLL Seniors — -Suzie Blake, Nancy Brink, Jerry Bristow, Patti Erpelding, Kris Hanselman, Daryl Jagels (5), David Naffager, Linda Nelson and John Wickett. Juniors — Virginia Meyers and Earl Will. Sophomores — Era Bristow, Delores' Egglestoo, Ricky Hersbergen, Luana Leek, Tom Steil, Paul Trauger <5», and Z*lda Witj zel. Freshman — Mary CronH, Gary Ernst, Doug Nelson (5), and Henry Schnakenberg (5). i PLAN SUPPER The Fellowship Club met 'in the church parlors on Sunday; evening. Plans were discussed of the chili and oyster supper which is to be held ,Feb. 14. Tl»« Bierstedts were in charge of en tertainment. 500 was played with prizes going to Robert Nielsen and Jolene Wilhelm, high; !ldon Oberhelman and Mrs. Al» bert Wilhelm, low. Lunch was served by the Bierstedts anc! Hanselmans. Guests were Mr; and Mrs. Owen Curry. visited at Bode Sunday with his been released to serve as a mother Pearl Barber. Other priest-missioner to Bolivia. Fath- guests were the Ray Watsons of er Sodawasser will join two West Bend. of the Dubiique Arch- Mrs. Forrest Fftt and **Tt. diocese already serving as mis- Darrell Fett visited Monday at sionaries there. 'the Albert Fish home. GOODWILL CLUB The Goodwill Club met Thuril day at Ella Webers, They deci|j|Lena Hinz. ed to go to Humboldt to Delight's Diner for their next meeting, Feb. 18. They voted to giver $5 to the library. Entertainment was by Thelma Hurlburt. Lunch was served by the hostess. HOUSEWARMING A housewarming party was held Friday evening at the Alfred Fett home in Algona by the Homemakers Club. About 30 attended. Alfred Fetts moved to Algona on Monday. NEW DAUGHTER The Gerald Fischers are the parents of a baby girl born Jan, 23 at the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. She weighed 6 Ibs, 8 oz ; and is named Janet Ann, They have 1 other daughter; . Mr. and Mrs. Gail Wolf, Dcbra and Ronnie visited in Bode Sun s win bowling meet LuVerne — A Scotch Doubles bowling party was held at the LuVerne Lanes Sunday evening. Winners were Dick and Joyce Nielsen, 581;-Martha Wolf and Allen Blake, 576; Audrey Baumgartner and Chuck Sorenson, 561; Alice Stampka and Dr. Skogmo, 557; Donna Warmbier and Cecil Watts, 545; Virginia Sorem son and Everett Schipull, 544; Doris Gregory and Jack McClellan, 542; Opal Livingston and George Schnetzer. 540. The next scotch doubles party is planned for Feb. 14. : Anyone wishing to bowl is welcome. All you need is your bowling average to be turned in that night. IPS reduces electric rates A reduction in electric rates totaling approximately half a million dollars annually was announced this week by Iowa Pubic Service. Company. The new electric rates, have enj filed by IPS with the Iowa State Commerce Commission and, if not suspended by the ommission, will become effective on meter readings after Feb. 22, 1965. Based on the electric consumption of IPS customers dur- ng 1964, the new rates will save residential customers $166,379.00, commercial customers $138,400.00 and industrial customers $150,882.00, making a total sav- ngs of $455,661.00: Applying ;he reductions to anticipated increased consumption during 1965, the total savings will amount to more than half a million dollars. " B. D. Dyke, district' manager of IPS, said the. reductions will affect virtually all IPS electric customers,* with varying reductions depending on the custo- mers' use of electricity, and the size of the community in which rte resides. He explained that in establishing the new and lo\ver rates, the company also was able to streamline its entire electric rate structure, greatly reducing the number of rate schedules presently in effect. Notice We have had a big demand for our mid-winter sale items. Another shipment is expected this week. See our catalog for exceptional buys and free coupon gifts. See us also for — • Pittsburgh Paints • Hoover Vacuum Cleaners • Monarch Ranges • Jacuzzi Pumps ' • LP Ga$ — Etc. LAWSON Hardware STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday night High Team Seriet >kelly _ _______ _______ — 2836 High Team Gam* rkelly ___:__ ___________ 1038 High Individual Seriw G. Schnetzer ____ ___ _— _ 622 High Individual Gam* . Schnetzer ____________ 238 Tuesday Night Team Trauger's _____ •__-.- 57" 27 Beauty Shop ________ 55% ,28% . &, H Oil ___ :_^,i—55% .,28% day with her sisters Mrs, ard Curry and Mrs. Bill Wood and her mother Laura Mitsven. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curry and Paula and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Curry visited in Bradgate Friday with Mrs. Esther Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin M«yer attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Joe Ezarski's at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sloan o1 Corwith visited Sunday evening in the Marvin Meyer home at LuVerne. Hank Loerwold returned Fri flay after spending 3 weeks with his daughter Mrs. Donald Franks at Radondo Beach, Calif, He also spent one week visiting sisters and, brothers in Te^as, Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — Thanks v . to everyone for the cards, lefe ters, and flowers I received while in the hospital. — Mrs. .uVerne 882-3370 Engaged LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. Char les Heinkel, LuVerne, announce the engagement and approach ing marriage of their daughter Sharon, to Robert Smith, son o Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith o Bancroft. A February wedding is planned. They will live in Des Moines. ••••I SANFORD Plumbing & Heath* WAYNf SANFORD if Ritchie Hog Wat*r*r* * Prid*«f'Farm Wittrtrt if Ever Pure Ctorinator water conditioner* HIM* Tl) 2-3291 LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. tRAINf (III OFFICf NQUiS Week Days % l3:QQ 1:00 to 5:00 & Closed all jyy LgVerne, Iowa ff IF NO ANSWHLCall m j Saturday* l:QQt«5:QO Ph*H* TU f-NM ELECTRIC MTOR RiMW BEARING CAPACITORS B COMMUTATOR* TURNIP PATTERS01 ELECTRIC TU 3-3341 Renwick 2222 DIVIDEND NOTICE Directors of Iowa Public Service Company declared a quarterly dividend of 27%c per share on the Common Stock, payable March 1,1965, to stockholders of record February 5, 1965. 1'he regular quarterly dividends on the 3.75%, 3.90% and 4.20% Cumulative Preferred Stocks were declared pay a hie March 1, 1965 to stockholders of record February 5, 1965. IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY E. M. RAUM CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD . , . Jurgess Tavern i. ---- 42 42 Pattersons ___• — - — :40 ' 44 Hy-Line Chick ______ 37% 46% jes' Barber Shop —25% 58% Bamboo Lounge —-23 .61 High Team Seriet Trauger's _____ — ; ----- — 2332 High Team Game Trauger's ---------------- 843 Hiah Individual Series Martha Wolf __— - — — — : 503 Hinh Individual Game Vera Will _————- 191 Wednesday niqhf High Team Seriet Zentners _______________ ;— 2753 High Team Game Zentners ______ - ---------- 940 Hiqh Individual Seriet . A. Blake ______________ '-- 556 Hiah Individual Game A. Blake ____ „ --------- - 221 High Team Series Humboldt _______________ 2527 High Team Gam* Corwith ___________ ____ --, 840 Hiah Individual Series J. Henderson ____________ 660 K. Henderson ____________ 541 Hiah Individual Game J. Henderson __ _______ L__ 249 K. Henderson ___ _______ 224 Saturday night High Team Seriet Blakes _______ _ ____ ----- 2265 High Team' Gam* Blakes ____________ - ___ 783 Hiah Individual Series Allan Blake ill—.: ------ 586 Lola Hippen ____________ 498 Hiah Individual Game Allan Blake _____________ 213 Doris Gregory •___• ------ -- 176 LuVerne Insurance Agency For All Your Insurance N**ds, Stop and See Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lind*bak. This year the bowling results will be sponsored each week by the LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY JERRY PATTERSON Complete livestock and TU 84959 ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Bjjked, Orders To Go. TU 3-3341 TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI. & SAT. — JAN. 28, 29 & 30 {. Rosedale PEACHES 4 No.21,Cans $1.00 SUGAR to Us. 98« 400 Ct. Pkgs. KLEENEX 4 For $1.00 Burnett Farm CHERRIES 2 No.303Cans 29« First lady ICE CREAM YES, YES or DUTCH MAID COOKIES Swansdown CAKE MIX Del Mont* PUMPKIN Monarch, . CRACKERS 3 4 NIC* Can $1.1 $1.1 It* Northern TISSUE Rtfe *1.( RED POTATOES iHbt, 7* CARROTS "* 1* BEEF ROAST Lb, 491 LOKGHORN CHEESE 4» Wt ftwrvt th« rio.ht to limit quantities.

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