Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 10
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if . w * " . , . .-.,,., .. . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^j^ t < ' jB^^ | Tribune 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PAftT OP THE KOSSUTH GOUNTY ADVANCE STRIKES 'N SPARES 3058 3007 2989 1955 1946 1888 1883 1852 Zentners Corner Store Livermore Co-op All Events Don Krausc .. .. . Wayne Warmbicr Harding Hanscn . Allen Blake Henry Hefty Doubles Don Krause and Wayne Warmbier .... 1279 Carl Hansclman and Elmer Kubly -1242 Chuck Sorcnson and Fred Will - 1229 Ronnie Klassc and Kenneth Kiley — 1224 Jim Veldhousc and Bud Dawson - — 1220 Singles Allen Blake 653 Robert Barber __ 649 Kenneth Kiley - 647 Don Krause —— 647 Warren Lenz 643 Jim Veldhouse — 638 Clarence Casey 631 Bud Dawson 631 Gail Wolf 631 Monday Night League Hiqh Team Series Crowith Impl. 2664 Hiqh Team Game Corwith Impl. ... - —.—•_' 941 Hiqh Individual Series R. Legler _„ — ---— 548 High Individual Game J. Stahl 211 Tuesday Night League W Trailer's 61 K & H Oil 59Vfe High Individual Series A. Blake 556 High Individual Game i\. Blake ., 221 Thursday Night League Dawson -„- 2201 High Team Game Burgess 791 High Individual Series J. Veldhouse _ 588 B. Hansen 530 High Individual Game H. Hansen .,._...- - 245 Stahl 189 Saturday Night League High Team Series Goetsch 2125 High Team Game Minrulax 775 High Individual Series Geo. Schnetzer 513 Norma Watts - 500 High Individual Game Geo. Schnetzer .._. 198 Sheri Savage 181 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 L 27 28% LuVerne Beauty Shop 55% 32% Burgess Tavern 45 43 Pattersons Trucking & Shelling 41 4.7 Hy-Lihe Chicks 38% 49% Les's Barber Shop __28% : 59% Bamboo Lounge 23 65 High Team Series Trauger's 2305 Hiah Team Game Burgess Tavern ——'— 813 Hiqh Individual Series Betty Hansen 547 Hiqh Individual Game Carmen Nielson -. —-_— 208 Wednesday Night League High Team Series • Zentners _.__ ——— 2753 High Team Game Zentners ___—.— 940 LuVerne loses title in last six seconds LuVerne — The LuVerne high school boys came within six seconds of sharing the North Stai Conference title, which they won outright a year ago, but ended with a heart-breaking 53-52 de 'eat at the hands of Rockwell Swaledale, the new 1965 champi on. After trailing much of th game, the Lions went ahead wit! twelve seconds to go, 52-61. Bu the visitors got a bucket with sec onds left. LuVerne got a sho and a rebound before the >hor but couldn't get,the needed bas ket. The visitors, who have been beaten only <once this, season, were in front 28-23 at the half and still held a 40-38 margin after three quarters. Bob Maass led Lion scoring with 21 points while "Butch" Hefty meshed 14. LuVerne is now 12-6 for the season, the exact mark of the girls, and the boys have lost four games since midway in December — three by one point and the oilier in an overtime. THE GIRLS WON a thriller, 42-41 with the fine backcourl again playing an outstanding game. LuVornc led all the way. 10-6 at the quarter, 19-15 at the half and 30-26 after three periods. They went into a semi-stall late in the game with an eight point lead. Jane Hansclman banged in 22 points while Monnic Hanson had a dozen. BOYS LUVERNE (52) fg ft pf Hefty -. 5 4-6 1 Maass - 10 1-2 1 Meyers 1 2-5 3 Vickett ..__ 4 1-3 4 'ranger 0 0-1 2 kelson -.. 2 0-0 0 tripling 0 0-0 2 TOTALS 22 8-17 11 GIRLS LUVERNE (42) fg ft pf lanselman _ 10 2-6 2 lanson 2 8-13 5 indcbak 32-5 1 Brink 0 0-0 3 chnakenberg 0 0-0 2 vjelson 0 0-0 2 oyle 00-00 TOTALS 15 12-24 15 50th wedding observed by LuVerne pair LuVerne — Open house for Hie golden wedding of the Will Martys was lield in the E.U.B, church Sunday from 2 to 4 p.tn. with a short program at 2:30. Hosts were their children, Melvin Marty and Kenneth Marty. Taking part in the progra.m were Lohengrins Wedding Marcli played by Martha Clmerj hymn, pianist Marilyn Martyj poems were read by Vera Merkle. Solos were by Ruth Wolf, Norma Marty and Dennis Marty played a cornet duet. A , short talk was given by Rev. Ralph I-iindman. ' . ,,:... , , . The cake was baked by Mrs. oy Guy and serving were Mrs, onald Marty and Mrs. Lawence Marty, Mrs. 'Henry Marty oured coffee and Mrs! Melvin tarty was at the punch table. Tie George Hargroves, Ames" ere in charge of the gift table Kitchen helpers were Mrs dwin Hefti, Mrs. Albert Hefti, cturned home with them. Shower for bride given at LuVerne LuVerne — Sharon Heinke was given a pre-nuptial shower Feb. 7, at the LuVerne City Hall Guests were registered by Mar garet Anderson, Mason City. The program consisted of a solo b; Gretchen Zentncr, accompanie by Sue Blake, and followed 1) three games and a door prize with Mrs. Floyd Fisher and Mrs ack Guy in charge. Corsages were made by Mrs. 'train from Perry for California. Pliey went to attend 'his sister's golden wedding, the Chester \urtzes, Lake View Terrace, Circle III of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will have a coffee and bake sale and a white elephant ale Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m. at the City Hall. Circle I met Wednesday at Laura Lindebak's. Devotions and lesson were by Violet Goetsch. Roll call was a verse from Colos- sians. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Circle II met at Goldie Guess's Wednesday. Laurine Jergensen had devotions and Eleanor Kubly the lesson. Roll call was a current event. Lunch was served by the hostess. Circle II met at Lela Hoff's Wednesday. Bernice Cox had devotions and Clara McClellan the lesson. Roll call was a verse from James. Lunch was served by the hostess. Evening Star, Circle met at Lucille Ramus's Wednesday evening. Kay "Hefti had devotions and Audrey Weber the lesson. The Robert Barbers visited the Bob Cashes at Ventura Sunday. Pearl Barber, who had been visiting the Cashes for a week, THURSDAY, FIS, 11, IMS a 13.1 average is 19th. LuVerne's boys are the' highest scoring earn with a 69.3 average, while Meservey-Thornton tops the girls With 60.7. Leonard Leonard TRAUGER'S FOOD 39' 2 Lb. Box WE GIVE S*H GREEN STAMPS PRICES GOOD FRIDAY A SATURDAY, FEB. 12 A 13 Buttr' Topp ' EACH ANGEL FOOD CAKES 29< SUGAR iou.Ja 8 Iceberg SALAD DRESSING Tasty Loaf CHEESE SPREAD Assorted Flavors JAM Snow Crop FROZEN PEAS First Lady ICE CREAM Golden Gem Frozen Quart Jar 59* Collings, Collins, Humboldt. Humboldt, loyd Fisher cut and served the ake, which was baked by Mrs. ,oy Guy. Linda Northrop and <athy Gilligan assisted in open- ng the gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Guy, Mrs. Leonard Collins, Mrs. Lews Bram, Mrs. Joe Guy, Margaret Anderson, Mrs. Floyd Fisher and Mrs, Jack Guy. She will be married to Robert imith, Bancroft," Feb. 20 at the Little Brown church at Nashua, WILL BE MARRIED Mr, and Mrs. Fred Merkle, QuVerne, announce the engagement of their daughter, Margene Marie, to Wayne E. Hamilton, son of Mi % . and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton, Denver, Colo. She is a senior at Westmar college, Le- Mars. Her fiance, a graduate of the university of Minnesota, is employed in Denver. The wedding will take place in June, Weekend visitors at William Goetsch's were their daughter the Jon Putnams, Sioux City. Jack Hefty and Mrs. Harry ^Jaffziger. ; •' Towns represented by the'125 resent were LuVerne, Renwick,, Hardy, Gilmore City, Fort Dodge, hurdan, Ames and Rockwell owa. Minnie Henderson, Georgia Barton and Anne Smith went to 'ort Dodge Friday. Anna Hood is at the Sisson lest Home in Humboldt. She las been living in Bode where she moved to from LuVerne. A scotch doubles bowling party is scheduled for Feb. 14 ; at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to bowl in this. The A. A. Schipulls returned Thursday from Miami where they attended an REA convention. - Guests for the weekend at El denr;Guess's. ;W.er.e their daugh' ter the Woody Lund's, Storm Lake. The A. A. Schipulls visitec Carl Schipull at the hospital in Fort Dodge Friday. The LuVerne Eager Beaver held their 4-H meeting Mondaj evening at the City Hall. Host were the Peter Plummels and Harold Wolfs. The Carl Swansons left b The chili and oyster supper ill be held at the Lutheran hurch Sunday from 5 to 7:30 .m. LuVerne BB players are top scorers LuVerne — Eight area basket>all players, three girls and five soys, are among the top scorers s the North Star Conference, with LuVerne players topping both divisions. Jane Hanselman, who with her mates, has helped ;he LuVerne girls to a 9-6 sea son, mark and 3-3 loop record Leads the scoring in the confer en.ce race with 194 points anc a 32.3 average, while Bob Maass tops the boys with 188 points and a 26.9 average. The Lu Verne boys are 11-4 for the sea son and 6-1 in the loop. LuVerne has two other boys high up in the scoring, John Wickett with 120 points and a 17.1 average is seventh in the, league, ant Eugene Hefty, with 79 points an The Methodist church held a third Adult Bible Study class Sunday evening, there will be a series of six. Rev. Usher is in charge and the study this week was the Book of Ephesians. About 30 adults attended. Saturday guests at William Goetsch's were the. Carl Goetsch- es and Duane Rileys, Algona. The Frank Gronbachs visited Sunday in Algona with Mrs. Freda Steussy. Other guests were, the Mike Losses and Lyle Raneys. Bode woman observes her 90th birthday Bode — Mrs. Elise Helmen had her 90th birthday Sunday at isson's Nursing home where she a patient. She received cards, lowers, gifts and food dainties" her son Miles is still in Iowa City recuperating from an oper- tion, he was not present, but ilrs. Miles Helmen and her randson, the Michael Helmens, Carroll, visited. Other relatives ailed during the weekend. Mrs. Helmen is alert and busy every ay with hand work. - • CHURCH GROUP MEETS A.L.C.W. met Thursday at the ihurch. Hostesses were: Mrs.- )onald Pflibsen, Mrs. Norman lolland, Mrs. Maurice Aasheim, flrs. Harold Berge, Mrs. Viola Thompson. Hospitality hostess Tuesday froW Massachusetts and reported good tf SVdihg. Tlie Leott (Jangestads, Mrs. Lucille Tofgefson aiid Mrs. Viola Thompson attended the cqtinty historical meeting in Humboidt Monday/ • Mrs. Ed Norman came from Green Bay, Wis., Friday to visit Her mother-in-law, Mrs. Freda Norman, patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Felix Gallix- son. The Seth Amelungs were weekend guests of the Leon Gangestads. they returned to Mason City Sunday. Larry Torgerson was home from Minneapolis over the weekend to visit his mother, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson. tali -Memorial hospital • $<h 9 heart cotidition* ; ' t \, sJ Louis Martin, sow 6f the Reese Martins, formerly of Bottnaparte, now of was-named to the honor roll at the C. Commerce, pmaha the former Linda Kellogg, School, of is Home * made Wesley Mrs. Viola Studer Mrs. Ray Cunningham and her sister, Mrs. Fred Asa drove to Waterloo Feb. 8 to visit their mother, Mrs. Hazel Hutchison, a patient in Schortz hospital for medical care, and their brother, Earl Hutchison, a patient in Al- • EAT IT HERE : • TAKE-OUT ORDERS 1 ' For Your Party Order.—; Phone 382-3224 Village Pump LuVerne, Iowa' ivas Mrs. Neal Olson. Pianist was Mrs. James Jacobson. Devotion was by Pastor Kraabel. Mrs. Ralph Jacobson gave a review on the book, The Greatest Thing in the World by Henry Drunv mond. Marlys Rossing and Jackie Jacobson played cornet solos accompanied by Mrs. Richard Kinseth. Mrs. Orville Olson had charge of the business session. Auxiliary met Tuesday eve-, ning at Mrs. Orlando Grefstad's. Mrs. Bob Croker presided. Mrs. Gary Engel was a guest. She is Mrs. Grefstad's niece. The Archie Rollands returned GOOD LUC $1.00 8al. ORANGE JUICE 5 «»»* $1." 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Go got "A KM M!M!*| girls! And the beys will have • first round bye in the sectional tournament at Pocahentaf and will not play until later next week, Best of luck Lions! SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOME LOWELL'S STANDARD Service LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE COW, ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR BEARINGS r CAPACITORS ' COMMUTATORS TURNED BRUSHES PATTERSON ELECTRIC TU 2-3341 LuVerne, (owe LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 3:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne. Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 — LuVerne Co-op. Elevator's — DISCOUNT SALE — and—SILVER DOLLAR DAY Tuesday, Feb. 23 — Ennw mm — Discounts and Silver Dollars on FERTILIZER — IT Will PAY YOU TO SEE US! — FREE Coffee & Doughnuts Door frizes, too! Wo trt •quipptd to - mix tr bltnd VPVH- grass stedt, Com* in and insptct thtso •ddod strvices, Don't f9iftt Hw d*te, Chemical and Cold Blend Fertiliser are now availablf I ill YOU ON FEBRUARY 23 Co-op Elevator

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