Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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Livermore lady celebrates her 94th birthday Ltvermore — About 30 ladies went to tlie home of Mrs. Maude Wilson Friday afternoon to help her celebrate her 94th birthday. A lovely birthday cake, corsage and table decorations were sent to her by her son-in-law Harry Foster and family of Sioux City, another birthday cake was made and given to her by her daughter-in-law Mrs. Ray Wilson and her neighbor, Mrs. Marvin Lamb also made one for her. Mrs. Wil- received lots of cards and son who is vacationing ville, Texas, called gifts and her son Lee of Hardy, " ' at Brownsher in the evening to wish her a happy birthday. The only members of her family able to be present Friday were her son Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson, and Cindy, a niece, Mary Sue Kathon of Humboldt and her grandson Robert Taylor of New York, who is spending the winter here. A social afternoon was spent with Ray's wife, Pauline, cutting the cake and Mrs. Lamb and Mrs. Hattie Miller serving the coffee. Mrs. Wilson lives alone and does all the house work in her large home, the marketing, never misses a club meeting, if it is at all possible to get there, and enjoys nothing more than a party, is very witty with a keen sense of humor and all in all is a very "young" 94. AT CONVENTION Among those attending the Grain Dealers convention in Des Moines on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday were Vern Fiderlick, manager of the local co-op elevator, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Groh, Mr. mm m.i o» uiuju uoi own nuu ATLI > And Mrs. Harold Roethlcr. CHICKEN SUPPER The Methodists are having a chicken supper at their church Thursday evening, Feb. 11, to help raise money for the remodeling they have been doing on the church. ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. John Olson attended the funeral services at the Methodist church in Humboldt Wednesday for Major Marvin Adams who had been killed in a plane crash in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Hinti and Mrs. Louise Gronbach attended a family gathering and were dinner guests at the home of their niece, Mr. and Mrs. James Snustad of Ft. Dodge on Sunday. Mrs. Snustad is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith of Eagle Grove. Mrs. Kenneth Howard was hostess to the W.S.C.S. at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Armstrong gave the lesson. Several neighborhood women enjoyed a coffee at the home of Mrs. Helen Kozajda on Monday in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard went to Rochester Tuesday for Mr. Howard's three month check up. Mrs. Sylvester Fuhrmann is in Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge where she had major surgery. th« Tribune 4—AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OP THI KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 4, IMS Mr. have and Mrs. returned Norman Scott from Denver Klein's Radio ft TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4662 ADMIRAL RADIO A TV SALES A SERVICE where they visited their oldest son and wife and also attended the National Western Stock show and rodeo. They drove to Perry where, they took the train for Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Rum- mens kept their 3 small granddaughters, ages 3, 5 and 7 weeks, for a couple of weeks while their parents Mr. and Mrs. Burt Rum- mens of Peru, 111. went to Michigan and enjoyed some skiing. The Eastern Star School of Instruction is being held today, Feb. 4, in the local chapter room. Mrs. John Olson accompanied Mrs. L. E. Kay to Humboldt Monday afternoon where they attended a D.A.R. meeting at the home of Mrs. Cora Parker. Mrs. Olson gave the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Smith and two children of Minneapolis, were weekend visitors in the Gerald McCullough home. Shirley Kissinger, formerly of Minneapolis, is now in Des Moitics where she is employed by the Register & Tribune. Shirley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kissinger and a 1964 Twin Rivers graduate. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis of Algona visiteu his uncle, Ed O'Nicl one afternoon last week. Larry Joiner and friend, Miss Betty Callahan of New Jersey, who attend Wm. Penn college at Oskaloosa spent from Friday until Sunday in the parental Dale Joiner home. Mrs. Phil Wilson, Miller S. D., acompanied by Mrs. Tack of Renwick, has gone to Tampa, Fla., where she will spend the rest of the winter in the home of a sister. Mrs. Bertha Baessler entertained the Delta Dek Bridge club at Delight's Tea Room in Humboldt on Friday. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Marie Miller received high prize, Zelma Clark, 2nd high and Jessamine Miller the bingo prize. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek left on Friday for Toledo, to attend the wedding of a relative there on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heiter and family of Spencer were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his mother Mrs. Lela Heiter. En route to Des Moines on Saturday to attend the Grain Deal- _rs convention, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek Were overnight guests in the home of relatives at Ames. Mrs. Ardis Hamm entertained the Contract Bridge club at her home Saturday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Florence Altman receiv- Housewarming is held for Alfred Fetts LuVerne — LuVerne Township Homcmakcrs had a surprise houscwarming Friday evening for the Alfred Fctts at Algona. The club gave them a gift. Attending were the Francis Shor- eys, Melvin Martys, Rosie Hardcopf, Eldon Martinsons, Dwight Savages, Albert Fishs, Ernest Bonstetters, Jim Fetts, Harvey Wills and John Vosses. ATTEND INSTITUTE An MYF Midwinter Institute was held Saturday and Sunday in Humboldt. About 200 attend ed from the Fort Dodge area. Those attending from here were Linda and Doug Nelson, Nancy Brink, John Wickett, Darrell Trauger, Dawn Ldndcbak, Rita Patterson, Zclda Witzell and Delores Eggleston. AT CANCER MEET Cancer Society met at the Al- cahontas Monday with her aunt, debak added 24 and Moiitiie tors. L. J. Elbert, who just re Lurned from 3 weeks in a hos< pilal. Bill and Fred Goetsch were at Rochester from Wednesday to Friday. Fred is going through the clinic. They left again for Rochester Sunday for more tests. The Sunday Night Card club met at Leroy Weber's. High prizes went to Mrs. Jim Hefty, and Joe Henderson, nine bid to Marlys Stille. Grover Rent entered the Veterans hospital in Des Moines Friday for tests and examination. The Bob Cashes, Ventura, were guests Friday after the ball game at the Robert Barber's. The Robert Barbers, LuVerne, Mrs. Pearl Barber, Bode, Bob Cashes, Ventura, and Bill Meyers, Whittemore, Sunday were at Steak Harbor in Humboldt. , The Roger Heiters were 'guests Sunday of her parents the John Coxes. Four tables of 500 were played Saturday at Clem Stripling's. Prizes went to the Dale Zent- ners, high, Bob Nielsens, second, and Henry Meftys, travel. The Auxiliary met Monday at the City Hall. Entertainment Hanson 22. LuVerne was in front at halftime, 35-26. Miss Hanselman remains as the conference scoring leader with a 32.3 average in her first six games, Bob Maass also is the boy's scoring leader with a 26.9 mark in seven games. GIRLS LuVERNE (79) fg Hanselman 12 Hanson 10 Lindebak 11 Brink 0 Schnakenberg 0 Nelson 0 Daley Leek TOTAL BOYS (81) . 0 . 0 .33 ft 9-17 2-7 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 P* 2 3 1 3 2 3 6 1 13-27 19 LuVERNE (81) fg Hefty 10 Maass 11 Meyers 1 Wickett 10 Trauger 1 Nelson 2 Stripling 0 TOTAL 35 ft 2-5 2-2 0-0 4-7 0-1 1-5 2-2 11-22 23 FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 Uvermore FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR Busy People BAKX BY MAIL! And our services work well for theml Once you've consulted us about any — or every — banking need, you'll find that the follow- up can be handled conveniently by mail. Of course, we're always glad to see you in person . . . and prove it with our courteous, friendly service. OTHER SERVICES Checking «: Savings * Safe Deposit • Auto Loans Personal Loans • Trust Service 9 Home Buying Loans Livermore State Bank cd high prize, Lucille Lenertz, 2nd high and Zelma Clark, bin- Rev. Hindman and Mrs. John Olson attended Presbytery at Cedar Falls on Tuesday. Mrs. Olson was an overnight guest in the home of a niece while there. Domino League W Anderson Motors ---- 57 K. O. Hardware ____ 54 Town Tavern ________ 48 Ms • L 31 30 39% gona Country Club Jan. 29^ It was by Darlene Curry and Dorothy Strand. Refreshments were ' Betty Guy Phone Member of F.O.I.C. — Livermore M & M Feeds ______ 40 44 Dick's _______________ 38M; 45M> Mike's Standard ____ 34 42 Livermore State Bank 33% 50% Livermore Oil Co. __21% 58% High Team Series Town Tavern ____________ 2792 K. 0. Hardware __________ 2752 M & M Feeds ________ — 2705 High Team Gam* Town Tavern ____________ 964 Town Tavern ____________ 951 K. 0. Hardware __________ 947 High Individual Series Lyle Nelson ______________ 558 Mark Thilges _______ _ ---- 539 Bob Gronbach ____________ 500 High Individual Game Keno Underberg __________ 224 Lyle Nelson ______________ 200 Gene Hanifan ____________ 199 Bob Gronbach ____________ 199 was an all day meeting with a noon luncheon. The Crusade slogan is fight cancer with 'a check-up and a check. The Cancer Crusade will be held in April. Florence Stewart is one of the board members. BOOK EXCHANGE A book exchange will be held Feb. 10 at the library. The J J club will put the books on the shelves. The Dean Houghs, Minneapolis, were Sunday guests of her parents the John Coxes. Other guests were the J. R. Houghs, Plover, and Jack Haufworth, Havelock. John L. Cox left to visit friends in Oregon. Galen Witzell, Waterloo, visited Saturday at Francis Shorey's. The Gerald Ramuses, Harold M. Burgess, and Delia Burgess 'Went to 0e#*Mb*nes on business The Francis Shoreys were guests Sunday at Leroy Witzell's at Johnston for Zelda's 16th bir thday. The 500 club met Tuesday a Nora Gronbach's. Honors wen to Alvina Eager, and Tillie Stod dard. Violet Goetsch visited in Po- erved by hostesses and Lucille Ramus. LuVerne boys get win over Ventura Friday LuVerne — The LuVerne boys won their 12th game in 16 starts and remained in the thick of the North Star Conference race with an 81-78 triumph over Ventura here Friday night. led most of the way, 42- Top Six League W L 31 40 Smith Lumber 57 Reinies Groc. 48 Pioneer 46 38 K. C. 39 41 Gales 34 50 Kay Impl. 28 52 High Individual Series Leo Bormann 620 Clarence Meyers 555 JErvin Mertz 537 High Team Series Reinies Groc. 2489 Smith Lumber 2476 Pioneer 2459 High Team Game Reinies Groc. 893 Smith Lumber 875 Pioneer 870 High Individual Game Leo Bormann 236 Leo Bormann 214 L. N. Bormann 203 ICE FISHEREE — Hundreds turned out on Lake Hendricks near Riceville for the third annual Ice Fisheree this year and several bass, crappies and blue gills were caught. MEDAL — A Waterloo schoolboy, Michael Broell age 14, was awarded a bronze medal and $500 by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission. In July 1963 he saved a fellow swimmer from drowning in the Cedar river. Card off Thanks 39 at the half and by nine points after three periods. John Wic- Valentines ? A nice box of Lydia Darrah Candy or a pretty red flower arrangement at,,, MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMQRE STRIKES 'N SPARES The Ladies Tournament results were as follows: Team Trauger's 267C Pattersons 2603 Beauty Shop 2585 K & H 5919 Doubles Joyce Nielsen 113 Donna Marty 113 Joan Nielsen, Verlaine Johnson 110 Vera Will, Helen Nielsen HOC Betty Hansen, Kathryn Casey 109 Singles Martha Wolf 586 Norma Watts 58: Doris Barber 54! Darlene Curry 54! All Events Joan Nielsen 147i Darlene Curry 143 Marlys Stille 1410 Betty Hansen 1407 Men's Tournament Zentner's 3058 Corner Store 3007 Livermore Co-op 2989 Walnut Grove _ 2966 Security Bank 2931 Pioneer Cheese 2874 Sanford's 2866 Skelly 2857 LuVerne Ins. 2843 Blake's 2838 Corwith Imp 2793 Bamboo Lounge — 2685 Women's Tournament Trauger's _• 2670 Pattersons 2603 Beauty Shop 2585 K & H Oil 2519 Burgess Tavern 2514 Bamboo Lounge 2431 Les's Barber Shop 2368 Hy-Line Chicks 2309 For All Your insurance Needs, Stop and See Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lindebak. This year the bowling results will be sponsored each week by the LuVerne Insurance Agency CARD OF THANKS — Our heartfelt thanks for the sympathy, food, cards and floral offerings that came to us during the death of our husband and father. The Harold Burgess family. 9* 'WllllHlflH^ SANFORD Plumbing ft Heating WAYNE SANFORD * Ritchie Hog Waterers * Prid*of-Farm Waterers water conditioners Phone TU 2-3261 LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY JOHN WICKETT kett and Bob Maass shared scoring honors with 24 points each although both fouled out late in the game. "Butch" Hefty added 22. The girls also won and brought their season's record to 10-6 with an easy 79-50 win. Coach Bryce Wickett's club got balanced scoring as Jane Hanselman hit 23 points, Dawn Lin- JERRY PATTERSON Complete Livestock and Grain Trucking service. Telephone TU 2-3356 LuVerne, Iowa ENTERPRISE CAPE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 TELEVISION TRANSISTOR RADIO A SMALL CAR RADIO REPAIRING APPLIANCE RIPAIR RCA TV SETS A TUBES PATTERSON ELECTRIC LuVerne, Iowa LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R, D, iRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Pays Saturdays 8:30 to 12;00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 !e 5=00 Closed all day Wednesday Lw Verne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3221 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2,3304 BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" AT f kUVERNE f WESkEY f TITONKA • COHWITH • KENWICK "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" TRAUGER'S FOOD WE GIVE SAM GREEN STAMPS PRICES GOOD FRIDAY A SATURDAY, FEB. 5*6 Folger's COFFEE "»• 69' Wildernen CHERRY PIE MIX «""* $1.°o GRAHAM CRACKERSu»-29* Heini New Wide Mouth KETCHUP Bottle First Lady BREAD SI-OAVES POTATOES 790 Orange or Pineapple-Grapefruit HI-C DRINK 3 Cans 89 C Heinz TOMATO SOUP Can IQc Jack Sprat , *, .. , | OLEOMARGARINE 5Lbs. $1.00 California ORANGES Doz. DEXOL BLEACH With Indian Head fenny in Each Box 75« Family Size CHOPPED HAM u>. Dubuque '' CANNED PICNICS" 3 LB. CAN $O9 Selected I I I BEEF ROAST "»• 49° We reserve the right to limit quantities. "My Dad knows when everybody gets up!" Tommy's Dad is NOT a snooper. It's part of his job at IPS to know what time you and your neighbors start turning on lights, ranges, shavers, coffee- makers and toasters in the morning. He's the man who tells the power plants hoy/ much electric power to send thru the wires. He's a load dispatcher. To anticipate your needs, he and the other IPS dispatchers use weather data, news of the day and a keen knowledge of people's electric living habits, They also pool power with other electric systems to assure uninterrupted electricity, even jn storms. You can always depend on the men and women of IPS for the best electric service at the lowest reasonable cost, Iowa Pubik Service Company

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