Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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contest again at Livermore Livermore —- the Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall Monday evening with 16 members answering roll call. The president, Norine fcrpelding conducted the business meeting and plans were made to again sponsor a Poppy Poster contest by the school children. Five-hundred was played which was in charge of Christine Michelson and her committee. High prize was won by Leila Insko, second high Mayme Scott and low Odell Koliasch. Lunch was served by Marge Zeimet, Marie Wilson, Freda Carman and Leila Insko. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and Ruth were visitors in the home of. Mr.s. Olson's brother, the Ron Olson's'at Bode, on Sunday. The following ladies went to the home of Mrs. Maude Wilson Tuesday afternoon for a coffee; Mrs. Helen Smith, Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Mrs. Martha Kinff. Mrs. Lela Heiter, Mrs. Hattie Miller, Mrs. ^Martha Hughes. Mrs. Harold Frederick and Mrs. Marvin Lamb. Mi's. Grace Anderson was hostess to the 500 card club at her home • -Wednesday afternoon. Members and guests present were • Mrs. Paul Jarvis, Mrs. Genevive Weydert. Mrs. Molly Foth, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus, Mrs. Louise Gronbach, Mrs. Jack Sharp, Mrs. Wm. Stock. Mrs. Virgil Smith, Mrs. Hattie Miller, Mrs. Burrell Smith and Mrs. Jack .Vaughn. At cards Mrs. Virgil Smith won high prize and eat palfeni to the Lutheran hos-! iti Ft. Dodge. Herb ftaney it attending college classes 6ne higtit ft week at Ft. Dodge and otte night at Storm Lake. Mf, and Mrs, lob Grertbaeh went td .DCS Moines Monday where Mf. Gfonbach entered veteran's hospital on Tuesday and had surgery on Friday. Mrs. Gronbflch is staying at the Marshall forgerson home. The two oldest children are staying here with their grandparents, the Elmer Grotibach's while the youngest one is staying with relatives at West Bend while their parents are gone. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Snow and two children of Clear Lake were supper guests in the home of Mrs. Snow's grandmother, Mrs. Molly Groh, enroute home from Des Moines on Saturday. School was closed on three days last week due to icy roads on Tuesday and on account,of the snowstorm on Thursday and blocked roads on Friday. Several officers of the Legion went to Des Moines on Saturday to attend a three day meeting. A baby girl was born Friday, Feb. 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Verle Bergum of Cedar Raoids. Thev also have a son about 6. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Koppe of Humboldt and Martin Bergum of Livermore. Mrs. Sylvester Fuhrmann has returned home from the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge where she recently had surgery. Their daughter, Mrs. Yvonne Roark, of Des Moines spent the weekend here. Culvert Johnson has been a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge for several days. Women's Bowling League W L Imperial 60 32 Hamm's Ins. 59 33 Sawyers 58 34 Shower at Lone Rock for recent bride Lon« Reek — A miscellaneous shower was held Saturday at the Legion hall for Mrs Dennis Howe, who was formerly Nancy Schmeling, Whittemore. Hostesses were Mrs Garryl Householder, Mrs Ellwyn Householder, Mrs Larry Householder, Mrs Darryl Householder, Mrs Carol Anglen, Mrs Walter Dacken, Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs Harold Wehrspann, Mrs Ralnh Reidel, Mrs James Jensen, Mrs Robert Hanna, Mrs Harlan Blanchard, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Mrs Eda Long, Mrs Hildreth Pettit, Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mrs Leo Ratnus, Mrs Raymond Laabs, Mrs Clair Bellinger, Evelyn Earing, Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Mrs Howard Krause, Mrs L. Newbrough, Mrs Delbert Geitzenaueri Mrs Art Priebe, Mrs Raymond Priebe and Mrs Merwin Marlow. ,, Mrs. Louise Gronbach won sec- Bakers SBVa 35% •ond high. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney were Watkins 52V 2 Bode Co-op :_47V2 Bode Locker 45 weekend visitors in the home of Livermore Bank 44 Mrs. Raney's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sweeney at Britt. Mrs. Herb Raney, Mrs. Leonard Wilson and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad are attending a busi-. ness course at Ft. Dodge three evenings a week. The Mayor and Council members were dinner guests of the Telephone Co. at the school gym in Bode Wednesday evening. • Mrs. John Hosfprd was a medical patient at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge for several days, Jas.t., week. , ...... ..\ it , Don Clark has been a surgi- Klein's Radio & TV Repair Shop , LIVERMORE / • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4662 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV SALES & SERVICE 39V 2 44V 2 47 48 50% 55 64 68 M[& M. 41% ivermore Co-op 37 Dasen's Oil ____28 Marcia's __24 High Team Series Imperial 2167 Sawyers 2034 Livermore Bank 2032 High Team Game Imperial _: 754 Sawyers 745 Livermore Bank 73: High Individual Series Velma Fuhrmann ^ 504 Pat McGee 483 Lydia Frederick 475 High Individual Game Helen Sinclair 188 Pat McGee .— 187 Betty Rongved __, 174 Top Six Bowling League Snow-'then "no go" MOTORISTS had difficulty getting cars out of heavy drift?. Here, a couple of helpful young boys push a stuck car out into the street, Exclusive Advance Photo bv Mike Stillman. FAREWELL PARTY A neighborhood potluck farewell was held Friday night at Wm. Konall's for the Bernard Tigges who will be leaving the 'arm they are living on now and go to a farm they have purchas- 3d just north of Fenton. They lave lived here about seven years. Guests included the John Persons, Joe Culbertsons. Bernard Millers, Duane Habeqers, Wilfred Radigs, Dean Culbertsons, Ralph Hammerstroms. and tier mother Mrs Post, the Wayne Dugans. The Ralph Bierstedts and Ornie Behrends were unable to attend. A monetary gift was given. The evening was spent playing cards. High prizes went to Mary Ann Tigges and Wayne Dugan, and low to Mrs Joe'Cul- bertson and Dean Culbertson. Travel went to John Person. WEDDING DATE PARTY The Curtis Olsons had a pot luck dinner Sunday for her father's birthday and her parent's 29th wedding. Guests included her parents the Leslie Teglands, Clarion, grandparents, the Otto Teglands, Belmond, the Richard Lindvalls, Clarion, Erin Tegland, Fort Dodge, and fiance, Jack Henry, Eagle Grove, the Paul Teglands, Steve Hinmans, Bob Kalkwars, Joe Teglands, of Belmond, the Marson Andersons, ol Eagle Grove, Connie Tegland and Bob Loux, Clarion. W 35 40 45 50 52 58 AIL WINTER Ladies Hats VALUES TO $5.00 Now 00 MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" Livermor* Smith Lumber 61 Pioneer 2 :__'—. 56 Reinie's Groc. .51 K. C. - - 42 Gales 40 Kay Implement 30 High Team 3 Games Pioneer 2668 Smith Lumber 2512 Reinie's Groc. 2347 High Team Game Pioneer 961 Pioneer 1 878 Smith Lumber 876 High Individual 3 Games Al Sinclair 590 Leo Bormann 587 Bob Bormann 574 High Individual Game Leo Bormann 216 Bob Borrnann 205 Al Sinclair 203 iiii!iliiiiiiiiii!!!!!!iii!iiii|ip^ IUKIA BANK THAT UfJDftSTANDf MM* . FINANCINCI W« con qualify. If you want to fmprovt your buildlngi, buy a liaclar or pickup, Incrton your land holding! or fatd (om« llv<»tock . . . rnakf our bgpk your fi'lt Hop. • (fnwmbfr, Wf can only hflp If you oik, Livermore State Bank Junior Hurlburts, Mrs Dale Schroeder and Rachel. Mrs Dale Schroeder returned Saturday from the hospital at Estherville, after having had surgery. Marilyn Bellinger, Renwick, pent the weekend at the paren- al Clair Bellinger's. The Gordon Blanchards, Maon City, snent last Saturday evening with his mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard. The A. A. Kruegers called at ..orenz Gade's Friday to sec ;heir son David who had been n an automobile accident that morning on his way home from .vork at Weidenhoff's. Party given for husbands at Wesley Wesley — CDA held a Vilen- tine party for husbands and friends Sunday in the parish hall. A pot luck lunch v/as served followed by 500. Prize winners- were Erma Kunz. Matilda Goetz. Leonard Arndorfer, and Jack Vitzthum. Joe Goetz got the door prize. On the entertainment commit tee were Francis Weber, Mar jorie Becker. Elsie Kunkel. Mar jorie (Joe) Goetz, Sallv Stnder ^athryn Hamilton and Kathryn Schrouth. .On the 901! — Livermore Member of F.D,|,C, Mrs Larry Householder gave a reading and Judy Kraft played two piano solos. Dennis and Nancy were married Jan. 16 at the West Bend Peace Lutheran church at West Bend. They will live in Omaha where he is attending a mechanics school. The Roger Frinks and Tara, of Whittemore, were Sunday guests of her parents, the Wm. Knolls Jr. The Arnold Groskreutzs, Radcliffe, spent the weekend at Erick Seegebarth's. The E. A. Lees and the Dick Meyers, Algona, went to LeSueur, Minn., Sunday where Pastor Benjamin Meyer, Minneapolis, gave the sermon. They went on to Minneapolis for the afternoon at the Meyer home, and also visited Kermit Krueger at St. Paul Bible college. There will be a 2 o'clock meeting at the Legion hall Feb. 25 on fertilizers. Jim Teleckey, of the Pioneer Seed Corn Co., Algona, and Bob Derbyshire, Ft. Dodge, of Felco, will conduct the meeting, A ton of fertilizer will be given away on a drawing and there will be coffee and dough-" nuts served. The Alfred Schultzes, Ottosen, brought their dinner Sunday and spent the day with her mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard. Relatives here ha,ve received news that Mrs Hulda Schultz, who makes her home with a daughter, the Rodney (Leona) Brandts, De Smet, S. D., has been hospitalized but is better and has gone back to the home of her daughter. A meeting was held a^ the Legion hall Feb. 17, for farmers of the area. Jt was called a root- worm control meeting. %ry Hurtburt, Minneapolis, spent the weekend visiting her sister and brother the Mert and were Marv Bode. Justine Beckor Minnie Bleich. Theresa Otis, Ma ry Weber, Rita Younewirth, Lu :ille Nelson, Pauline Pfeffer, Mil dred Cosgrove, Marilyn Lickteig /arol Youngwirth and Darlene Forburger. A business meeting will be held Feb. 23. kitchen , committee SURPRISE PARTY Mary Jane Bluml. Minneapolis spent the weekend here with he mother, Mrs Mary Bluml, anc arranged a surprise birthda party for her mother. It was a family 'dinner at the Johnson House in Algona. The out o" town surprise guests were hei two sons and two of her dauali ters: The Norman Blumls, Glid dren; Harold Blumls, Carroll: t'ie Laverdos Rieses, Breda; and the Lam Schwellers, Templeton. EX-RESIDENT DIES Word was received here of the death of Mrs Hans Carlson, 75, Tyler, Texas, formerly of the Wesley vicinity. She was the former Carrie Peterson, daughter of the late Ole Petersons who lived west of Wesley where the Andrew Kramers now live, The Carlsons had one daughter, Nedra, who is now Mrs Bob Reynolds, Tyler, Texas. an. 31 to Algona where he is mployed at Universal Mfg. Co. nd she at Weidenhoff's. Mrs Mildred Elsbecker attend d the 45th wedding of her bro icr-in-law and sister-in-law, the .co Hellmans, Bancroft. The Rev H. U. Smiths went to 'rystal Lake Feb. 10 to a sub- istrict meeting of Methodist linisters and wives. A Rev Convay, Rust College, Miss., was the peaker. Feb. 14 was rate rela- ions dav in all.Methodist chur- hes with a collection taken for Jegro education. A knitting class of 26 women re taught each Wednesday eve- ing at the public school by Mrs van Johnson and her husband. The Donovan Studers had their 00 club Saturday. Prize winners vere Coleen Studer. Rosalie Stuler, Tom Lickteig, Cletus Studer and Ralph Schipull. The Tom /ickteigs will have the group on March 14. Sunday guests at Victor Loe- )ig's were their sons: John, Ankeny, and Elery, Ames, and a daughter, Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen, Forest City, and families, also the Rufus Welters, Corwith. The Everett Ackersons had their 500 club Sunday. The Bernard Kunkels were guests. The Ackersons and Kunkels were the prize winners. The Lou Cinks ,vill have a party Feb. 28. The Joe Krieps and the Merle Loss families were Sunday guests at Will Erpelding's, Algona. Gordon Giddings entered the Mercy hospital, Mason City, on Feb. 14 for surgery. He has been ill several months. The.Elmer Daughans returned. Saturday from Sac City where they spent a week with their daughter, the Jim Walmsleys. Kim Renee was born Feb. 7 to the young couple for a family of a boy and four girls. Victor Loebig was brought home from the Britt hospital on Saturday, where he had been a surgical patient. Mrs Loebig was a guest of their daughter, Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen, Forest City, during his absence. A new well is being dug at Ray Hansen's farm southeast of Wesley. Broken pipes disabled the existing well. The Bill Hanigs have purchased the Lawrence Koppen home at the south edge of Wesley, which is now rented to the Paul Parkhursts. The Hanigs expect to get possession March 15 and will move from the farm southwest of Wesley. The Leonard Froelichs bought lira Miiehe Served lunch. Dtiatie Cunkel Is reporter. Joe Eisenbachef returned the ore part of the week after scv- ral weeks with a sister, Mrs Ben •'aurot, at Studio City, Calif. Eel "Sisenbacher planned to leave oon for a visit with the Faurots md with relatives in Washington itate. Susan Nelson, Catherine Lick- cig and Steve Walker, Wesley students at Garrigan, took part "n a piano and vocal concert at jarrigan Feb. 16. They each so- oed. The Donovan Studers attended the wake of her late aunt, Mrs :-Ioward Allan, 60, Ayrshire, at Emmctsburg Sunday. Funeral services were Monday morning. The Dennis Cinks and Duane Sheppards, Algona, spent the weekend with the James Cinks in Minneapolis. The Cinks arc brothers. The Mike Cinks stayed at the Dennis Cink home. CDA, St. Joe in gift for disaster fund AL66NA (Iowa) ADVANCB— t THURSDAY., Pl§. 18, 1W5 P6AC6 CORPSMAN — Duane Shadle, son of Mr and Mrs Forest Shadle of Sac City, has been accepted for service in the U. S. Peace Corps having passed all preliminary tests. Duane graduated from Lytton Community School in 1956 and has been employed in the Sac City Veterinary Clinic since 1963. After a 12 weeks training period, he will receive an overseas assignment with the corps. ANNIVERSARIES — Mr and Mrs Alvin Treloar observed their 70th wedding anniversary Feb. 7th with an open house in Ogden where they have spen most of their lives. Mr and Mrs John Kaiser, former Earlville residents and now living at rest home in Manchester, observed their 68th wedding anni versary Jan. 29. — '" • — Need Printing? Call the ADVANCEI Congregational ftev. Pfftftk llafccy Algdna Thursday, Feb. 11 1:30 p.m. — Women's ship Boafd Meeting. * 4 p.m. — Jr. Choir. > I p.m. — Sr. Choir. 7:30 p.m. — Deacons' meeting, Saturday, Feb. 20 ' 9 a.m. — Beginners' Confirm* tion. | 10 a.m. — Second Year Con* firmation. , Sunday, Feb. 21 • '• 9:46 a.m. — Church School. • II a.m.—Nursery. j 11 a.m. — Morning Worship! Sermon: "I Believe." ( WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store 11!} St. Joe—C. D. of A. met Wednesday for a regular monthly meeting with grand regent Mrs. ^ J. Weydert presiding follow- ng the rosary. Mrs. Hubert O'Brien is in charge of the courtesy committee for April. The social welfare committee is Mrs. Hay Berte, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mrs. Harold Reding and Mrs. Delmer Plathe. A contribution of $5 was made to the C. D. A. disaster fund, and members are to bring their bandages sewn and rolled for the nominating selected at the March meeting. Lunch was served and cards played. Mrs. Roger Bormann received plate prize with Mrs. Peter Reding and Mrs. Ray Berte receiving high and second in 500. March meeting. A committee will be WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church on Sunday for Roxanne Lee Rowrt. Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs D. C. Rogert, Bode, and John Schade, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Schade, St. Joe. .he late Emma Studer house south of St. Joseph's Catholic church, and will move over the 'eb, 21 weekend from the Oliver Young house. Leonard is custodian of the St. Joseph parish and a Garrigan school bus driver. Holy Name Society of St. Joseph's Catholic parish will meet Feb. 18. Mrs Victor Youngwirth and DATE BOOK FAIR St. Joseph's parochial school will sponsor a book fair Feb. 26, 27, 28 in the parish hall. Pupils will give a program Friday, Feb. 26. The purpose of the fair is to build up the grade school library. Rev. H. U. Smith conducted funeral services in the Blake funeral home in Corwith Feb. 15 for Warner Wermersen, 72. He was found dead Friday morning jq his store at Galbraith. The Keith Neuroths moved on Farmers Attention SPECIAL HAIL RATES FOR 1965 RATES PER $1,000 CORN TWPS.: Buffalo, Burt, Fenton, LuVerne, Plum Creek, Portland, Sherman, Wesley 25.50 TWPS.: Letts Creek, Union 28.00 TWPS.: Garfield, Prairie 29.00 TWPS.: Cresco, Hebron, Irvington, Lincoln, Seneca, Whittemore 30.50 TWP.: German 33.50 TWPS.: Ledyard, Swea ___ 36.50 TWPS.: Eagle, Greenwood, Harrison _. 39.50 TWP.: Ramsey 42.50 RATES MAY CHANGE — DON'T WAIT BEANS 35.00 39.00 41.00 42.50 47.00 52.00 56.50 61.00 Write Box 584 ALGONA, IOWA baby were brought home Feb. 10 from St. Ann hospital where ;he baby was born Feb. 6, He iias been named Delmar Edward. The Youngwirtns now have a family of four sons and three daughters. Wesley township 4-H boys met Feb. 10 at John Muehe's. They discussed the 4-H Fun Night Feb. 27 at Bancroft for Juniors. Gerald Martinek was elected king. Plans were discussed for the physical fitness program, and arranged for 4-H basketball games. Mary, Mark, Virginia and Anthony Muehe gave demonstrations. I Mrs. Tony Becker spent last week with her sister Mrs. Annie Eischen in St. Benedict while Mr. Bec.ker visited his brother Rev. Luke Becker,' in Mountain Grove. Mo. The John Thuls were expected home Tuesday after two months with relatives in California, Oregon and Washington. Rev. William Devine, newly appointed assisstant at St. Cecelia's, Algona, is hospitalized in Rochester, Minn. Patricia Wagner is employed in the IBM department in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. The Ed. McGuires and George IHg are expected home the end of the week from their trip in the South and West. Debbie and Eddie, children of the Ed. McGuires, stayed here with their grandparents, the Art lllgs and M. T. McGuires while their parents were on vacation. The Luke McGuires, Burt, and Mary Lou and Barbara Wagner, St. Joe, spent the weekend with the LeRoy Nepples. LaCrosse, Wis. Mrs. Nepple, formerly Judy Wagner, is a sister of Mary Lou and Barbara Wagner and a cousin of Mrs. McGuire. Pat McGuire, surgical patient in the hospital at Storm Lake for two weeks, was expected home the first of the week. The Art Winkels, Centerville, have a son born Feb. 11 in the Jenterville hospital. Mrs. Winters sister, Lucille IHg, left on Thursday for the Winkel home to assist and care for the Winkel children. The Winkels now have three boys and a girl. The Art lllgs are the maternal grandparents, and the Laurence Winkels Algona, are paternal grandparents. The Ronald lllgs, Carroll, spent the weekend here with her parents the Art lllgs. Boat Auction FEB. 20th. 1 p.m. Silver Boot Roller Rink — South Shore Drive, Clear Lake, la. Right out of our stock: Trailers, Inboards, new and used ski boats, runabouts, fishing and sailing craft, even a 17 ft. Glass cruiser. Late model Johnson and Mercury motors. Register far free hams lo be given away during sale & $25.00 cash prize at closing. > Kemmerer's Marine On the spot financing. CLEAR LAKE, IOWA USE ADVANCE WANT ADS COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE markttf throughout Centrfl Iowa . « , -- Tht blizzard snowed us out • • so SHARP'S JEWELRY is continuing it's 19th Jewelry Anniversary Sale thru Washington's Birthday THE m STORM BURIED US FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS, $0 WE ARE CONTINUING OUR SALE THROUGH NEXT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22. Fine Selection of Safe Items Sti'll in Stock! Stop in This Week! »**.*»* .1*1111111* ftI

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