Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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Ihe 4—ALOONA (liwl) ADVANCE CUBLISHf 0 AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, PH. II, IMS Pre-school meeting for parents Mar. 24 LuVerne — The meeting for parents who have children starting kindergarten next fall will be held Wednesday evening, March 24, in the school lunch room at 7:30 p.m. Prior to the meeting, parents should take children to the family doctor and dentist for physical and dental checks. The necessary forms have been mailed out. If you have not received the letter, please call the school office. Parents should bring forms along with the child's birth certificate, to the meeting. A child must be five years of SEE OUR Monarch Ranges FOR TOPS IN QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE LAWSON LuVerne 882-3370 Renwick 2222 age on or before Sept. 15 to enter kindergarten at LuVerne Community School. A birthday party and pot luck dinner were held for Carl Pergande at his home Sunday. The guests were the Ernest Pcrgan- des, Rctiwick, John Pergandcs, Eugene Caseys, Charles McClell- ans, and Margaret Massouris, of Council Bluffs. The Harding Hansens visited his parents, the Harold Hansons, at Bode Sunday. The Marion Caseys visited the Eugene Caseys Sunday. Guests Friday of the Carl Per- gandes were the Herman Per- gandes, Humboldt, and Louis Pcrgandes, Stanhope. The Harry Naffzigers received word Monday his father, William Naffziger, had • died at Deer Creek, 111. The funeral was held Wednesday at Washington, 111. Verlaine Johnson is in the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, in room 353, for tests. Cards were played Tuesday at Mrs. Eli Bager's, Guest was Mrs. Helen Gilligan. Prizes went to Mrs. Helen Gilligan high, and Mrs. Martha Schneider low. The Jerry Krauses, LuVerne, have moved to a home in Renwick. The Robert Barbers visited in Bode Friday at Garmon Holland's. The Robert Barbers visited his nephew, the Bill Meyers III, of Whittcmorc, at St. Ann hospital in Algona. He was in a car accident on highway 18 near Whittemore. Sunday guests at Bill Goetsch home for the birthday of Carl Goetsch were the Harold Sabins, Carl Goetschcs, and Duane Rileys, Algona. The William Goetsches went to Cowrie Wednesday. He attended a Methodist men's workshop as one of the leaders. Mrs. Goc- tscli visited Mrs. James Spake. Blind band to give concert LuVerne — The Braille and Sightsaving school of Vinton will present a band and chorus concert in the LuVerne high school gym next Thursday, Feb. 25, at 10:30 a.m. The public is invited. The group will have lunch at the LuVerne school lunch cafeteria at noon. TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PRICES GOOD THRUS., FRI. & SAT. — FEB. 18, 19 A 20 5 LOAVES $1.00 Lb. First Lady BREAD Folger't COFFEE 300 Sheets NOTE BOOK PAPER 49' No. 2>/j Cans APRICOTS «r PEACHES 4'"S1.QQ RED POTATOES ion,*. 790 California ORANGES Dozen 39c Delicious APPLES Good 'N Rich CAKE MIXES MONARCH SALT JEILO 4 Sather Reg. 39c COOKIES 10< 10 C 39< Morton Frown CHERRY PIES iach 3 LB. CAN CANNED PICNICS PIONEER CHEESE "»- 49' Stltctfd BEEF ROASTS U. 49» Wt reserve the right to limit quantities. r TOP BOWLERS in the Scotch Doubles tourney at Lu-i Verne Sunday were, left to right, Red Baker, Leona Stahl,-Judy Baker, Barbara Schnetzer, Charlie Quebe, Lola Hippen and Dr. John Skogmo. Corn and bean crop winners are named LuVerne—Results of the Master Corn and Soybean Growers contest sponsored by the Lu- Verne Commercial club were announced at the crop improv- ment day at Ames Feb. 8. In the corn growers contest results were: Clarence Casey 137.91 bu. per acre; fiarle Hanselman, 131.65 bu. per acre; George Story, 129.96; Gail Wolf, 126.59; T. and F. Bormann, 120.80; John Voss Jr. 108.97; Harry Naffziger 107.24; and Herman Heinen 100.44. In the soybean contest yields were Earl A Hanselman 42.53 bu per acre; Herman Heinen 40.68; Gail Wolf 38.63; Clarence Casey 36.23; Eugene Casey 34.84; and John Voss Jr 31.86. The LuVerne Commercial club received an award for having the most soybean completions in the northern section of Iowa. This is the first year they have sponsored the bean contest though the corn contest has been held for several years. Any group or commercial con- cern acceptable to the Iowa crop improvement association is eligible to sponsor a master corn and Soybean growers contest. The group sponsoring must have at least three individuals entered in the contest. Yields are taken from a 10- acre field Selected by the grower. Harvesting is done by machine. Biddlt* and Kiddles card club met with Marcia Arends Tuesday. Prizes went to Kay Henderson, high, Pat Ramus, low, Dorothy Hinz, nine bids, and Doris Johns, travel. The next party will be at Claudia Meyers'. CARD OF THANKS Thank you every one for the flowers, gifts, calls and cards and personal notes sent me while in the hospital and since re turning home. Mrs. Percy Brink Lu Verne, Iowa LOLA HIPPEN and Dr. John Skogino wore winners of (ho Scotch Doubles tournament held Sunday at the LuVerne Lanes. NAMED QUEEN AND KING at the Scotch Doubles tournament at LuVerne Sunday were Gladys Jergensen, Algona, and ' Chuck Merkle. Scotch bowl party held at LuVerne lane LuVerne—A Scotch doubles bowling party was held Sunday at the LuVerne Lanes. Out of town bowlers were from Algona, Fort Dodge, Emmetsburg, Corwith, and St. Benedict. The King and Queen were Gladys Jergensen, Algona, and Chuck Merkle. Scores were as follows: 599—Lola Hippen, Dr, John Skogmo. 592—Judy Baker, Ted Johnson. 592—Barbara Schnetzer, Charlie Quebe. 585—Leona Stahl, Red Baker. 578—Mary Skogmo, Don Baker. 576—Doris Gregory, Dale Zentner. 5G2—Unda Merkl, Art Leek. 558 — Audrey Baumgartner, Pete Curry. 557 — Martha Wolf, George Schnetzer. 556—Cec Schipull, Jack Mc- Cellan. . 554—Gladys Jergensen, Ralph Stoll. 539—Doris Barber/Paul Hanselman. 539—Norma Watts, Everett Schipull. The next Scotch doubles party will be in March. Everyone is welcome to bowl in this party. Home - made I IWoCilan • EAT IT HERE • TAKE-OUT ORDERS For Your Party Order — Phone 312-3224 Village Pump UuYerne, Iowa Attending the Methodist men's workshop Tuesday evening in Humboldt were William Goetsch, Raymond Nelson, Harold Trauger and Rev. Worthie Usher. LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Rev, Ralph S. Ilindman LuVerne On Thursday, Feb. 18 the Chr- istianairs Class will meet at the Melvin Marty home. Mr and Mrs Otto Lawson will lead devotions, Mr and Mrs Jerry Wolf are in charge of entertainment, Sunday, Feb. 21 10 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m. — Bible Study. We will be observing Race Relations Day. Neil Hindman, who was a Freedom Worker at Vicksburg, Miss, last summer, will be the guest speaker. Boys and Girls Fellowship will meet Sunday, Feb. 21, at the eleven o'clock hour. STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday Night League High Team Series Pioneer Cheese __. 2772 Hiqh Team Game Pioneer Cheese 1007 High Individual Series Jim Stahl . 544 High Individual Game Bill Prior 214 Tuesday Night League High Team Series Trauger's 2191 High Team Game Trauger's 843 High Individual Series Betty Hansen , 503 High Individual Game Betty Hansen 205 Wednesday Night League W L Walnut •Guove-i.-nuLtu..; 51 a-29 Zentner's Livestock _ 49 35 Sanford Plumbing 44 40 Co-op. Elevator 44 36 Blake's 41 47 Security Bank 40 44 Building Co 34 46 The Old Timers 25 51 High Team Series Elevator 2734 High Team Game Co-op. Elevator 952 High Individual Series A. Blake 576 High Individual Game F. Gronbach 238 Thursday Night League Burgess 2214 High Team Game Burgess r 758 High Individual Series R. Gronbach ,1 !_, 513 B. Hansen . 503 High Individual Game J. Veldhouse 189 B, Hansen 179 K. Henderson ._„ 179 Saturday Night League High Team Series Blake's 2184 High Team Game Nielsen's 2184 High Individual Series Nielsen's 765 Lola Hippen 529 A. Blake 596 High Individual Game Harding Hansen 211 Doris Gregory 200 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 UVerne Insurance Agency CARD OF THANKS — We wish to thank our relatives and friends for cards and lovely gifts given us for pur Golden Wedding Anniversary. May God bless each of you for making this an occasion never to be forgotten. Mr and Mrs Will Marty. 13* ninmiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiwraiiiiiiiiiii, SANFORD Plumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD * Ritchie Hog Waterer* it Pride*of-Farm Waterera * Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners Phone TU 2-3251 TELEVISION TRANSISTOR RADIO & SMALL, CAR RADIO REPAIRING APPLIANCE RIPAIR RCA TV SETS A TUBES PATTERSON ELECTRIC LuVerne, loit/a LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. D. BRAINERD u, , r, OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 10 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 |g0 to 13:00 1:00 to |:Q0 Closed all gay Wednesday UVerne, Iowa phone TU 3-3331 IF NO ANSWER, C»U TU 24304 LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY WANTED - Otam Otttu Ragi - The Aftanee Hkstttfs^sU^Hi i* M« _ _ ^u^Kk^K- ' • . • ^aV __ __ • __,.. JERRY PATTERSON ' . "-f : • ' (-' Complete Livestock and Grain Trucking service. Telephone TU 2-3358 LuVerne, Iowa ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 ^ — UVerne Oe** Elevater's — DISCOUNT SALE •ml SILVER DOLLAR DAY Tuesday, Feb. 23 — EVERYONE INVITED — PVUUWVWVUVUWWWVW! Discounts and Silver Dollars on • FEED • SEED • FERTILIZER — IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US! — JUWWUWUUVUUWM uuwwwvwwwwt FREE Coffee & Doughnuts Door Prizes, too! We are equipped to mix or blend your grass seeds. Com* in and inspect these added services. Don't forget the date. Chemical and Cold Blend Fertilizer •re now available! SEE YOU ON FEBRUARY 23 LUVERNE Co-op Elevator E. A. GUESS, Manager ^j^Lj^J^i.^ IT3Y fft.fe '^%££|j ^s^k Afar six grttt ynn likt this whtt could Pontiac possibly com* up with mxt? 1009 1965 Pontitc: Car of the Year! That's what! We had to reach a climax somewhere along the line, And what better climax for a car than to win Motor Trend's'Car of the Year Award for 1965? Nothing could please us more, except maybe the way people are buying our cars. And they are. Drive one and find out why. SEE YQUR AUTHORIZED F9NTIAQ PEAli* SCHULTZ BROS. PHIUIPS IOWA

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