Anniversaries honored at Livermore Livermore — Supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Boosalis Thursday evening in honor of the. 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner, the 46th wedding an> niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Algona, sister of Mr, Wagner, and the birthday of Mr. Boosalis, were Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lenertz, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Me- Guire and family of Burt, Floronce Altinan and Mrs. Bill Ra« kers and Janie of Waterloo, daughter of the Redings, and the honored guests. Later in the evening a surprise party was held for them at the Boosalis home with Mr. and Mrs. Luke McGuire as the hosts. Those present for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. George Wag' ner, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mary and Barbara, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Don and Sandy, all of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Erpelding, Patti and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann. Cards were played and a lovely lunch complete with an anniversary cake was served at midnight. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Alvin Lcnertz, LuVerne, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Kay, Minneapolis, Minn., to Donald L. Henry, son of Dr. and Mrs. Q. J. Henry, Anamia, Minn. Miss Lenertz is employed as a senior accounting clerk for Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Henry graduated Ihe 1 Tribune 2— ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE Financing is discussed at LuVerne meet LuVerne — One of several groups now having discussions on financing public services was held Wednesday evening at the LuVerne school. The group has held two meetings and have scheduled two more. Earle Han- sclman and Harry Naffziger are in charge of the meetings. Attending the last meeting were the Carl Hansclmans, L. 0. Mil- company. «ir -ncnry graauaica lors Jamcs Mallorys, A. A. Schi- from the University of Minne- ul] Donald ^^ Burt Ra . sola in June, A June 19 wedding is planned at the Sacred Heart church at Livermore. PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. U> 194$ CATHOLIC GUILD The Catholic Ladies Guild met at the parish hall Monday evening with the Nick. Bormann president, Mrs. conducting the business meeting. Mrs. Julius Becker and Mrs. Dick May were in charge of the entertainment and served the lunch. About 45 members were present. Cards were played and prizes were won by Mrs. Ted Wagner high, Mrs.; Earl Stalzer 2nd high and Mrs. Arnold Kellner received the Plate prize. The Guild has changed from afternoon meeting to an evening meeting since the first of the year. SISTER DIES Mrs. Johanna Smith received word Feb. 15 that her sister, Mrs. B. J. Bishard, 68, the former Rose Halligan, of Rio Linda, Calif, had died that day at the hospital following surgery. Mrs. Bishard had previously been married to Ben Martin, brother of Mrs. Tom McKenna, who died several-years ago, and is .survived by two ^married children of that marriage and her present husband. Burial was at Rio Linda on Wednesday. BIRTHDAY PARTY A birthday party was held Tuesday afternoon,. Feb. 16 at the. home of-Mrs. Corniel Smith in honor of the birthday of Mrs. J. C. Kelly, by the neighborhood ladies. Later a pot luck supper was held there by the members of the Canasta club in Mrs. Kelly's honor. Canasta was played both afternoon and evening. SERIOUSLY ILL Friends have received word that Mrs. Alice Collins, who has been seriously ill is now being cared for in a nursing home at Dexter. Mrs.- Collins, who made her home Izola: Mrs. with, her daughter Charles; Beebe, of ul] ' mus ' Donald E tt Burt Ra Edward Stuart, will be 90 years old next month. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Davit received word Friday of the marriage of their son "Scoop", (Harold), of Tucson, Ariz, on Sunday, Feb. 14 in California. Mrs. Davis has two small children, a boy and a girl, by a previous marriage. They will make their home in Tucson. Mrs, Gus Boosalis, a registered nurse, is working 3 days a week on 2nd floor west at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. Be fore moving to Livermore &frs. Boosalis worked at the hospital in Storm Lake. Denise Logue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logue entered Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge last week as a medical patient. Mrs. Clarence Carlson entertained the Deal and Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. At cards Mrs. Ella Rossing received high prize, Mrs. Dee Logue 2nd high and Mrs. Mary Baker low. Guests were Mrs. Van Steeg and Mrs. Helen Bormann. Lunch was served by the hostess. Keith Logue and his sister Mrs. Donald Armstrong of Algona, attended funeral services for an aunt, Mrs. Ruby Taylor, at Pierre, S. D. last week. Mrs. Richard Thul, Gordon Foth of Rutland and Mrs. Mbl- lie Foth attended funeral services for a niece of Mrs. Foth's at New Hampton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach and Cindy left last week for California where they will visit in the home of Mrs. Gronbach's sister, Enroute they plan to do considerable sight-seeing and plan to take about 10 days for the trip out. Culvert Johnson hat returned from' the Lutheran hospital in Ft Dodge where he recently had surgery. . The Neighborhood Card club met at the Julius Becker home Tuesday afternoon. The hostess served a 2 o'clock dessert luncheon and at cards Mrs. Henry Groh received high prize, Mrs. Allan Foth, low and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad travel. Bob Gronbach has returned fronu the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines where he had surgery recently. , Mrs. Mollie Foth and Mrs. Richard Dunphy were hostesses to the Equality club at the borne of .Mrs,. Foth's Tuesday afternoons Due to weather conditions; the; .meeting .had been postponed from the previous Thursday. .Mrs, Dorothy Malkmus, the president, conducted the business meeting and also gave the lesson. A social afternoon followed with lunch being served by the hostesses. Seven members were present. Married al Uvtrmore F«b. 18 Livermore— Mrs. Inez Swenson and Mr. Ernest Logue were united in marriage in a simple ceremony here Thursday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p;m. at the Lutheran church. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schultz of Humboldt, Mrs. Swenson's grandson and wife. Mr, and Mrs. Logue left immediately for a month's sojourn in the southern states and will be at home in Livermore upon their return. Lindcbak) and the Earl Hansel- mans ot , 1ers takjng part ,„ tne scries of discussions are Harold Trauger, Harry Naffziger, the Donald Bormann, R. C. Wallines and Lawrence Nielsen. BANQUET PLANNED General WSCS met at the Methodist church basement Wednesday. Devotions were by Bernice Cox, and lesson by Marjorie Shelton. Plans were made for a mother and daughter banquet. Hostesses were Dora Schipull, Mabel Holmes, Maude Brink, Lela Hof, Lucille Ramus and Mary Martinson. Present concert Thursday Domino League W L K. 0, Hardware ____ 63 33 Anderson Motors ____ 62 34 Sawyer's ___________ 55V. 40V. Town Tavern _______ 50V. 49% M & M Feeds _______ 49 47 American Legion ____ 45V. 50% Dick's ______________ 44V. 47V. Mike's Standard ____ 38 54 Livermore State Bank 36V. 55V. Livermore Oil Co. ___23V_ 64% ON TV PROGRAM Darrell Lee, 5, son of the Dennis Stolls, Eagle Grove, was one of 20 drawn from KQTV, Fort Dodge, Romper room to have a free dinner at Treloar's and was chosen to be on the program for two weeks. Rev. Ralph Hindman of Lu- Verne returned Friday evening from Kansas where he was guest evangelist at the Bellvue Evangelical United Brethren church, Leona, Kansas. This was part of an exchange service which was instituted by Bishop Paul Milhouse of the Evangelical United Brethren >( cKUrcr'wh'e!f6by is pIst tors, with no pay other than travel expenses, give of their service in neighboring states. Iowa E.U.B. churches were on the receiving end of this service The Boys' Chorus and Cone Band of the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School at Vintori will give an assembly concert at the LuVerne high school auditorium Thursday at 10:30 a.m. These two excellent musical organizations are made up of visually-handicapped s tu d ents from all over Iowa. All of the students attend the school at Vinton because they have insufficient vision to progress satisfactorily in a regular public school. The 25-voice chorus includes boys in grades eight through twelve. This group, which is conducted by Jerald Kakac, has consistently rated superior in state music, contests for nearly a decade and has appeared in concerts throughout Iowa. They have also made numerous television appearances in Cedar Rapids, Waterloo and Mason City. The concert band, under direction, of James Grupp, has 26 students in'grades seven through twelve. Twenty-two of the band members read Braille music, and four make use of special large- print music. Nearly all of the Braille music readers must memorize their music. The band is also noted for the high quality of its performances, having earn ed'superior ratings in state con tests for the past two years; The appearance in LuVerne is a part of the 1965 annua concert tour including perfor mances in Fort Dodge, Storm Lake, Eagle Grove, and in Des Moines before the Iowa Legisla ture, in addition to the LuVerne concert. last November. A Iowa pastors are Kansas this month number of serving in and others matic fever. The 500 card club met at Dale Zentner's Sunday. Guests were the Owen Currys. Prizes went to Harold Nielsen Jr., Robert Nielsen and nine bids to Wayne Warmbier. Lunch was served, The Auxiliary meeting will be March 1. Plans are being made ; to celebrate.,tb0N46tb,*year : of tKei Legion and Auxiliary March 7. Legion members and wives are invited to attend. Guests over the weekend at Emerald Strand's were his father, Carl Strand, and the Clifton Strands, Waseca. A birthday party was held Nebraska EUB Tuesda y at the Gerald-RamUs '' home for Bobby. Guests were .-_ . «_ __ High Team Series Anderson Motors _________ 2948 Sawyer's ________________ 2871 Livermore State Bank ____ 2818 High Team Game Anderson Motors ________ 1041 Livermore State Bank _____ 1033 Sawyer's __________________ 1002 High Individual Series Ivan Frederiksen __________ 636 Al Sinclair ________________ 564 Maurice McGee __________ 529 High Individual Game Ivan Frederiksen ___________ 256 Basil Brock ____________ ...... - 214 Ivan Frederiksen _______ ___ 211 will serve churches in March. These ser- ! vices consist of two on the as-' signed Sunday, and each evening through the following Thursday. Identical topics are being used in each of these series of services. The prime purpose is to inspire the local church to be more evangelistic in all of its program. Sunday, guests at Ralph Stoll'i, were the Dennis Stolls, Eagle Grove, Mrs. Ralph Stoll spent Monday visiting Margaret Gillespie near Renwick. Guests Sunday at Clarence Nielsen's were the Harold Da- vises, Mason City. The women are sisters. Guests Sunday evening at Clarence Nielsen's were the Carroll Gillespies, Renwick, Robert Barber and Owen Curry attended a 4-H leaders training meeting in Algona Thursday. Mrs, Chapman from the Iowa Heart Assn. had a program on external heart massage and mouth-to-mouth respiration. Linda Swanson is at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. She has been teaching school in Haywarden, but has been unable to teach for about 2 or 3 weeks because of a sore throat. The Carl Swansons brought her i home and took her to the doctor where it was diagnosed as rheu- Darlene Lawson.and Otto, Claudia Meyer and Debbie, Roberta Gronbach, Doris Thomas and her mother Mrs. Burt Lee, Martha Bierstedt, the Fred Hinzes, ermore, and Delia Burgess. A noon luncheon was held at Delights Dinette in Humboldt for the Goodwill club with 15 members and 3 J guests, Guests were Edna Hanselman, Dorothy Han selman and Lillie Christiansen, LuVerne youth on dean's list Dr. G. 0. .Thompson, dean of Westmar College in. Le Mars, has released the names of the students who qualify for recognition for the Deante, Honor Roll for first semester. 1964*65. Klein's Radio t TV Repair Shop ,1 d Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4662 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV $ALfS « SiRYICE i Monday Nile L**9M* I W i Rood's Ins. 19 Farmer's Co-op 18V. Red Lantern -.17 Farm Ser\ace 12 Watkins 13 Don's Oil 14 M & M Feeds 13 Lutheran Layhxen .13 Humboldt Mut. Ins. „ 7 Dasen's OU 5V_ High Team 3 Game* Rood's Ins. Farmer's Co-op Red Lantern . High Teem Game M & M Feeds - .._ Rood's Farmer's Co-op' ---------- 854 High Individual Series W. Rood Humboldt. They played court whist and winners were Jessie Stripling and Donna Nelson. Plate prize went to Helen Blumer, The next meeting will be March 18 at Donna Nelson's. The Robert Nielsens and Owen Currys attended the Kossuth Swine Producers Assn. annual meeting at Burt. The Herbert Huffs, Springfield, HI. have a son born Feb. 10, named Douglas Edward. Grandparents are the David Huffs and Mike Wilts, Jefferson. They now have two sons and a daughter. Thursday the Christianair club met at Melvin Marty's. The Otto Lawsons led in devotions and Jerry Wolfs had entertainment. The women made valentine box» es of candy and auctioned them off to the men. Lunch was serv* ed. Visitors Wednesday at Melvin Marty's were her parents, the William Hartwigs, Fort Dodge.: Mr«, Jydoan Weltha and ~ " ^i'Y«"~,i/£mv<5Trt •<•'?<",,•&-£]- ;,"iiV- Y* eludes the .name of Neil Hindman, senior. Neil' is' the son> of Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman, LuVerne: . - ; and Henry Kubly's Thursday. The Elmer Kublys and Edwin Martys were Wednesday callers at Henry Kubly's. They all had dinner at Huff's Cafe for the 62nd ; anniversary of the Henry Kublys. : - ! Michael Pergande, 14, Lu- Verne, has been granted a junior membership in the American Angus Association at St. Joseph, Mo. This entitles-him to register purebred angus at regular membership rates and to the privileges of the association until 21. At that time junior members are eligible to convert to life^me memberships, in the association. Michael was one of 254' jtp , receive junior memberships last month. Visitors from Friday to Sunday at Francis Shorey's were the Leroy Witzells, Des Moines. Saturday Galen Witiell left for the service. His address is: AB Galen D, Witzell, AF 26820145, Box 1524 Flight A27, Lackland AFB, Texas. Mrs. Howard Swanson and children visited her parents in Ames, the G. L. Osbornes, over the weekend, Progressive Club met Monday at Earl Hanselman's. Eunice Blake is a new member. Lucille Rjuniis had the program. Speech students gave selections: Zelda were John Kubly, Melvin Kubly and Dorothy Marchanf Vernon Hanselman and Owen Curry attended a follow-up re search meeting to the agronomy short course Wednesday in Al gona. LuVerne falls M'^M^,;;<oVjy:>^-,.'|x ..-•-. in sectional; end season 13-7 Pocahontas — The season ended for LuVerne high school's bovs, just as it had for the STRIKES 'N SPARES Mondty Night League High Team $•?!•«< Corner Store ___—-._-.-—_ 4756 High Team Game o-op 968 High Individual S.rlti H. Hansen 579 Hicih Individual Game H, Hansen . 228 Tuisdav Night League Hioh Team Series Beauty Shop _____..___,_, 2170 Hiqh Team Game' K St H Oil 786 Hioh Individual Series Marlys Stille _.___-._:v 516 Hinh Individual Game Marlys Stille 210 Wednesday Night League High Team Series Zentners ^ll-l 2831 Hlnh Teem Game Walnut Grove '__!._. 969 Hinh Individual Series J. McClellan _____,. 600 Hioh Individual Game M: Swanson ,_ >_ 217 Thursday Night Leaaue LuVerne township Hememak- ers met at the home of Mabel Shorey's. Shari Savage and Marvel Eggleston had the lesson on music and recreation. Lunch was served by the hostess. Council Minutes w Burgess :" 56 Robinson 51 L 24 33 44 40 33 41 53 47 Witzell, Nancy Cronk, Beverly Brink, Mary Bristow, Jane Hanselman. Lunch was served. Guestf at Frank Johnson's, Livermore, Sunday for February birthdays were the Melvin jtub- lys, John Kwblys, Marvin Meyers, Tom Meyers, Corwith; Robert 574 D. Reding ------------------- 567 J. Thilges _____________________ 554 High Individual Same D. Reding ______________________ 214 W. Rood __________________ 209 J. Thilges ___________ ...... — 203 ra called at the Edwin Marty'fi iMarchants, Badger. Birthdays a few nights earlier, as the Lions were beaten in the second round of the, sectional Class B tournament here by Goldfield. 75-59. LuVerne trailed at the h»lf, 34-31 but at one time in the fourth quarter held a narrow lead. Then Goldfield riooed the game wide open with 10 straight points and .won with ease. Bob. Maass closed his career with 32 points. John Wickett added 10 and Don Meyers nine. LuVerne ended its season with a fine 13-7 record for the year. John Perganrie In Ancus Association John A. Pergande, LuVerne, has been elected to membership in the American Angus Association at St. Joseph, Missouri, announces Glen Bratcher, secre tary. This membership was one of 584 issued to breeders of registered Aberdeen-Angus in- the United States during the past month. iMIIIWIIIIIIIIIiHMIillMllli SANFORD Plumbing i Healing WAYNi SANFORD * Ritchie Hog Watertni * PrioW-F-rm Weterec* + Ivor Pure Gferintter water conditioners NNM TU 2-3-f 1 Humboldt __, .-40 Zentner 36 Patterson ____^_'__! 35 Gronbach __•__: ^____34 Dawson ,___ 35 Corwith ___-29 Robinson 2225 High Team Game Robinson —__ 789 Hiah Individual Series. J. Henderson 597, V: Sbrenseri L 532 Hiah Individual Game J. Henderson __•_-____:__:__ 221 V. Sorensen 213 Saturday Night League- High Team Series Lawson ;__^________ 2157. .High Team Game Lawson 769 Hiqh Individual Series Ben Hefty _____^-J 553 Martha Wolf l____i_L_,_ 492 Hioh Individual; Game Ben Hefty :__• 200 Norma Watts .____ '__!"j 184 For All. Your Insurance Needs/ Stop and . See Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lindebak. This year the bowling results will be soonsored each week by the ; LuVerne Insurance Agency COUNCIL MINUTES M>. 1; WS C6unc!l : met- in regular session with Guy, Nielsen, Gronbach and Zentner pres- eht! and Movor Mallory presiding. . The following cloims .were allowed: ft. 'C. 'Walllne .- $ 22?' 67 Delaine Blumer • - 30.1,79 I.P.S. Co - --- 91.38 Harold Traugor 110.13 Treas. Of State — 20.17 Edwin .Hunt 17.00 Ben Hefty.._. — 21.00 Lowell Harmon - 12.00 Gary Hefty - 28.00 N.W, Bell Telephone --- 17.08 LuVerne Ins. Agency 105.99 I.P.E'.K.S, - ' .17 LuVerne Library 425.00 Erriest • Mever Jr. _.-..- 15.00 Lowell's Station .---- .10.67 R. C. Walline - 9.35 Nielsen's DX _„__ 17.50 Sanford Plbg. & Htg, .._-.--._-. 31.25 Skelley Oil Co. ---- -- 37.68 Farrrt Service Co. 7.11 DX V Oil Co:'—- — -- 14.70 State Hyaienic Lob. 18.00 la. Emp. Sec. Com. 1 .89 N.W. la: Mayors' Assn. 6.00 Emerald Strand was appointed by the Council to fill the vacancy left by Agard, and was .sworn in by the Clerk. The Council aranted the Library $425.00 for the -year 1965. ' Motion,.to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk .'. . Receipt! for January, 1965 General — $ ,599-29 Utilities - - 1047.9 Road Use Tax 2?_-21 Liquor Profit - 315,28 Total ..-$2137.20 Bargain Basement I am now taking Spring Clothing. Clothing must be clean and in good condition. We also take small items. OPEN MONDAY Thru SATURDAY 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mrs. Frank Weber Corwith, Iowa 1 mile East of Hanna Elevator or 3 miles South of Corwith on 60 and IVa miles west. 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