New members for Lutherans at Livermore Ltvermer* — Several new members were taken into the Imnianual Lutheran church recently at a Monday evening service. Those that, joined the ejturclv were: Mr. and Mrs. Lvle Christofer, Nancy Dahl, Marvin L&mb, MrS. John Torkelson and Gerald Larson. Afterwards a reception was held for them and their relatives and friends in the Fellowship hall. Mrs. Ernest Haack and Mrs. Harry Rub! served refreshments. ENTERTAIN HUSBANDS flie members of the Neighbor- hodd Card club entertained their husbands at a 6:30 dinner at Delight's Tea Room in Humboldt Monday, evening, Cards were the evenings entertainment with .Tulius Becker winning high prize for the men, Harold Roethler low and Bill Wilson low and Hele'n Davis travel. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Er- pefding, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Foth, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grbh and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad. MOVES HOUSE Mr. artd Mrs". - Ralph Kenne have purchased the house and lots in the southeast part of town formerly occupied by the Kenneth Olio family and have moved a house/which they purchased at Bode, onto the lot west of the present house which they later plan to tear down. The Kenne family have been living in St. Joe since the tornado struck their home north of town last summer. •'..'.. WS.C.S. MEETS The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met at the church Wednesday afternoon with the President, Mrs. Herb Raney conducting the business meeting. Mrs. LaVonne Benjamin gave the lesson. Mrs. Berdine Nygaard was the hostess and served the lunch. A,'.'Sealed Bid" sale was held after the meeting. NEW SON A boy, weighing 7 Ibis. 13 oz. was born^tb Mr. and Mrs. T;erry> Lee of Iowa City on Saturday, Feb. 20. This makes the second grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Don Collins as the Lees also have another little boy Jason, in the family. Mrs. Collins left for Iowa City on Wednesday to help care for the new baby for a few days. CASH DRAWING Names called for the "cash drawing Saturday night were Raymond Gales $50, Rose Anne Gales (Thornton) $50 and W. J. Gisch $30. NO SCHOOL Due to the sleet and snow and icy conditions of the roads school was dismissed for the rest of the day at noon on Monday. t. < .'•:••'•Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Scott and family of Storm Lake were Sunday visitors in the parental Norman Scott home. Mr, and Mrs, Jamot Koob and family who have lived in the Anna Murray house the past two years have moved back to Humboldt. Larry Joinor and roommate Bill Long, of New Jersey, spent the weekend in the parental Dale Joiner home. They both attend Wm. fenn at Mn. Herbert fbftey lift for California early Friday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Naeve 6f Clare wftere they will visit relatives. Mfs. Raney will visit her slsteMn-liiv, Mfl Faith RosS. Mr. Raney will stay at the Naeve farm home while they are gone and Mrs. Scttlg will slay at the Raney home with the Rancy children. Anyone wlihlrtg to eall Seett Produce please use the house number 379-1697. Mn, Joe Sandftrt took her mother, who spends her winters with the Sanders, to the hospital at Spencer last week where she underwent surgery. Denlte Logue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keilli Logue, has returned home after Spending several days in Mercy hospital In Ft. Dodge where her illness was diagnosed as rheumatic fever. She will be able to attend school but not to join in any activities. Walton DeWitt i* • luroleal patient at the University hos- pltal in Iowa City having undergone surgery there three weeks ago. Mr. and Mn. Kenneth Howard spent the weekend in Sioux City in the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard, going over on Saturday and returning home on Monday. Culvert Johnson has returned to his job at the liquor store. He was recently hospitalized for surgery. i Mr. and Mrs, Louie Householder and Vicki of Whittemore spent Sunday in the Carl Olson home. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Berte who have been living on a farm north of town have moved into the Ed. Opheim house. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bohounok spent from Friday until Tuesday in the Virgil Behounek home in Minneapolis, accompaniny Virgil on his way home from Ft. Dodge where he had spent several days on business. Domino League W L K. 6. Hardware 64 36 Anderson Motors 62 38 Sawyer's _: 59% 40% Iowa Tavern 53% 50% M & M Feeds 49 47 American Legion 47%_52% Dick's -j 44% 47% Mike's Standard 40 56 Livermore St. Bank __38% 57% Livermore Oil Co. ___25% 66% High Individual Series Mert Sawyer 563 Keno Underberg ____ 550 Gus Boosal|s ---i-— r - -548 High Individual Game Keno Underberg __J 223 Gus Boosalis 205 Pete Malkmus •_; r 204 High Team Series Town Tavern 2943 K, O. Hardware 2778 American Legion 2771 High Team Game TbWn Tavern :__„.___ 1044 American Legion 1032 Town Tavern 984 Top .Six Bowling League W L 38 46 47 57 57 63 t ^^^^j^^^^^ • ajte , , . Tribune ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS MMT Of THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 4, Monday Nlte League W Roods Tns. 22 L 10 11 11 13% 11 15 18 19 20 23% Smith Lumber _____60 Pioneer- ^___ ._~. 58 Reinies Groc. 57 ; C. ——-.,-_.,-_i—47 Gales Garage —43 Kay Impl. „__„ ___37 . High Team 3 Games Smith Lumber —_ — 2575 Reinies Groc. _~ 2518 Pioneer :-—, 2383 High Team Game Smith Lumber — 902 Reinies Groc, 874 Smith Lumber — 844 High Individual 3 Games Al Sinclair 560 BillMcGuire - 556 Barney.Thilges 556 High Individual Game Bill McGuire ^-__ 213 Jack Ferguson ——-- 212 Blrney Thilges , 205 Red Lantern 21 Watkins 17 Farmer's Co-op _ 18% Farm Service 13 Don's Oil - _ 17 Lutheran Laymen 14 M & M Feeds .13 Humboidl Mut. Ins. __ 8 Dascn's Oil _ fl% High Team Series Roods Ins. 2573 Red Lantern 2477 Dascn's Oil 2401 High Team Game Roods Ins. _.. 925 Red Lantern 885 Roods Ins. 856 High Individual Series K. Oppedahl 645 ;J. Thilges 565 J. Carlson 561 High Individual Game K. Oppedahl 234 K. Oppedahl 234 L. Olson — 214 CO. McClellan rites Friday at LuVerne LuVorno — Last rites for Clinton 0. McClellan, 76, were held at the Methodist church here Friday, Feb. 26. Rev. Worthie K. Usher officiated and burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with the Blake funeral home in charge of arrangements. Six grandsons served as pallbearers. Mrs. Worthie Usher and Mrs. Margaret Lindebak sang and Mrs. Lucinda Stone provided the organ music. Mr. McClellan died Feb. 23 at his home. He was born Nov. 22; 1888 in Kossuth county, the son of Samuel and Jerana Nelson McClellan. He was married to Clara Genrich of LuVerne on Jan. 25,1913 at Emmetsburg and nine children were born of the ,ynion. He worked as an electrician in Algona for several years and in 1917, the family moved to a farm near LuVerne, where they lived for over '40 years. The Me- Clellans moved to LuVerne in 1957 and in January, 1963, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with all nine children present. Surviving are his wife and children: Dortald, Detroit, Mich.; Glen, Des Moines; Mary, Mrs. Lyle Powell, Madelia, Minn.; STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday Night League High Team Series Corner Store .._—._ 2780 Hicth Team Game Corner Store 1000 Hitih Individual Series G. Schneteer ..- 547 Hleh Individual Game G. Schnetzcr _ 207 E. Kilbly 207 Tiia«dav Niqht League Team Series Dorothy, Mrs. Dayton, Ohio; Gerald Waller, Marjorie, Mrs. BLAKE Funeral Homes - s ."Completely Appointed Homes" AT LUVERNE • WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH • RENWICK "34 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Leonard Wilson, Livermore; Kar-, en, Mrs. Eldon Marty, Oxford, Neb.; Howard, San Diego, Calif.; Kathleen, Mrs. Harold Meyer, LuVerne; and Jack, LuVerne. The late Mrs. Glen Raney of Algona was a sister. There are also 24 grandchildren and four great grandchildren surviving. WINS FREE THROW Jane Hanselriian, daughter of the Earle Hanselmans, won the free throw contest at the sectional tournament at Meservey- Thornton. She hit oh 23 of 25 free shots. Jane was the high scorer on the girls team this year and will return next year as a senior. Sharon Heinkel married at Brown church LuVofrfft — Sharon Heinkel, daughter- of the Charles Mtein* kels, LuVerrte,' ahd Robert Smith, son of the Chester Smiths, Bancroft, were married Feb. 20 Beauty Shop - 2247! at noon, in A double ring cere- High Team Game Trailer's ___ 763 Individual Series Bety Hansen —— 517 Individual Game Marlys Stille 517 Myrna Hinz ___ 206 Wednesday Night Leaguo M»ah Team Serio* ,, Co-op Elevator•• "__.L—;.—' 2687 Hiah Team Gamo Co-op Elevator __—., 947 Hiah Individual Serifs M. Swanson 552 Hiah Individual Gamo E. Casey 235 Thunday Night Leaguo High Team Gamo Dawson 2163 Hiah Individual Series Robinson 759 V. Will ___.._ 536 D. Zentner __•-_—_.___- 583 High Individual Gam* V. Will _._—__ 196 D. Zentner __-_. ______,, 227 Saturday Night Toam W L Blake's 60% 35% Goetsch 54 42 Nielsen's DX _48% 47% Pioneer 43 53 Lawson's ___42 ,-, 54 Minrulax ____:, i ..:40 : -56 Saturday Night Leaguo ; High Team Series , Lawson cL.J.-^JJl.L.l'2157 High Toam Game : Lawson :_; _,..___. 769 Hiah Individual Serio* Martha Wolf ;l__i_ 492 Ben Hefty — ?i :—--—. Hiah Individual Game Ben Hefty _______^ 200 Norma Watts : 184 For All Your Insurance Needs, Stop and See Your -Friendly Insurance Aqent, Ed Lindebak: This year the bowling results will be sponsored each week by the LuVerne Insurance Agency mony in the Little Brown church in the Vale at Nashua. Mrs. Jack Guy, sister of the bride was matron of honor, and Roger Lenneger, was best man. A reception was held in the home of the Jack Guys. Punch was served by; Mrs. Guy, Mrs. Roger Lenneger poured, and Mrs. Delbert Sankey, sister of the groom cut the cake, baked by Mrs. Roy Guy of Renwick. Guests were from ..Marshall- Monday. Honors went to Clara 1 McClellan and Fern Neal. Mrsi EH Bager was a guest. Lunch was served by the hostess. Linda Swanson returned home from the hospital Saturday night Guests Sunday at Howard Swanson's were her brother the Archie Osbornes, Zearing. Guests Sunday and Monday at the Edwin Marty's were the Ju< dean Welthas, Randall. Ificflte, to this meeting. A child meeting. New officers ate: £res- must be five years of age on or *""' before Sept. 15, to enter kifi< dergarten at the LuVerne school. Guests Emerald over the Strand's weekend at Were, her Guests at Melvin Kubly's Monday for Melvin's birthday were; the Harold Ristaus, Lee Witt- miers, Marvin Meyers, Arliie]: Goetsch and the Pete Rubergsf Fort Dodge. Cards were played. The Pete Ruborgs, Fort Dodge, and the Marvin Meyers, spent Friday evening at Mej Kubly's. ." ;' ''. •'>• "••.•.^' The Fellowship Club met a the Lutheran church .basement Sunday evening. Hostesses w the Victor Faulsticks and Ea Hanselmans. « town, Danville, Fort Dodge, Ma son City, •Humboldt, Renwick, Algoria, Bancroft,; and Rose Creek, Minn. They are living in Des Moines, Where he is employed. i AMES GRADUATE Mrs. Lucinda Stone accompanied by Mrs. Elmeif Ferdert, West Bend, drove to Ames Saturday for graduation. Ronald Stone received a bachelor 'of"science degree in agricultural .business. All were guests of George W. Godfrey and Bertha Godfrey at Ames. LIVE WIRES MEET LuVerne Livewires met at Zelda Witzell's. Phyllis Blumer presided! Demonstrations were by Phyllis Blumer on making a picture and Zelda " Witzell on removing old finish. ; Kathy Trauger 'was .the club candidate for ;queen at : 4-H :Fun Night at Bancroft. Alma Manning has returned from the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. • Drew Fett/ ton of the Alfred Fetts, now of Algona, is a patient in the Lutheran hospital, at Fort Dodge. ; • . •.. Biddies A Kiddies card club met with Claudia Meyers Tuesday. Prizes went to Doris Johns, nine bids; Pat Ramus, travel; Marlys Stille, low -and Claudia Meyer, high. The .next will be at Myrtle Richardson's. ~ Claudia Meyers and Debbie visited her parents,. the Earl Jansens, Panora, for four days. Claudia's, sister May returned with them while her parents.go to Louisiana, Claudia Meyors and Dibbio .went to Ames, and brought home Bill's mother, Laura Meyers, for ia v lO day vacation.'"; ;V ; , The Dale McClamrocks, Kail- son, Minn., have a girl born .Feb. 19. She is the first grandchild of the James McClamrocks, , Dorothy Jergonson had her Canasta group at Faye Lichty's mother Mrs. Harry Ulrich, and brother Marvin Ulrich, Mankato. • • . , i ;. s Attending 4-H Fun Night at Bancroft from the Eager Beavers club were Ronald Wolf, Denny Barber, Mark Barber, Roger Faulstich, John Blumer, Roger Heinen, Diane Pergande, Roger Pergande, Don Swanson, Paul Swanson and Larry Curry. Ronald Wolf was candidate for king. The Eager Beavers 4-H junior and senior basketball teams scrimmaged against the St. Joe Trojans in preparation for the county 4-H tourney March 15-29* Kindergarten meet dated for LuVerne , LuVerne — Parents who have children starting kindergarten next fall will meet March 24, in the school lunch room at 7:30. Parents are asked to take the child to a family doctor and dentist for a physical and dental check. The necessiry forms have been sent but. If anyone has not .received; the letter, they are asked to call the'school office. Parents should -bring these forms, with the child's birth cer- LOCALS Mrs Albert Hagg «• loving for'home Wednesday in Mort rovia, Calif., after a visit here of a few weeks with her spn'j law and daughter, Mi* and Mrs Vincent Matz and son Franklin Hagg artd family. She came to ve some surgery at St. Ann. Mr and Mrs Richard Moen had as weekend guests Mr ami Mrs Virgil Jacobson, of Sac City, and 'Mr and Mrs Richard Mullins. of Clear Lake, all former Algonans. Mr and Mrs Mark Leo, Denver, Colo., are parents of; their first child, Douglas Richard born Feb. 26; Mrs Lee. is the former Sharon fellier and was employed ait the telephone office here for several years. This is 'the 'flr& -gra'fidehffii 'of the Frank Telliers, former conservation officet of Kossuth county Bit and Spur club holds eltcHon The annual electipn.qi the Bit and Soiir club was held Thursday,- Feb. 25? at the Izaak Walton hall with 21 members present. Eppo Bulten was in charge. A pot luck supper followed the idettt, Lorert Bell; Vice, Eppo sec., Marj Bulten; reporter, Sherry Bulten. New directors are Donnie Moore and Jay Graham. ' SANFORD Plimbint: I Healing WAYNi SANFORD + Rlti-hU Morj Wateren * Prlde4if«Farm Waterors * Ever Pure Clorlnator water conditioners •bom TU 2-3251 •iHillill) LIT VERNE I am now taking Spring Clothing. Clothing must be clean arid in good condition. We also take small items. ' . .;''• OPEN MONDAY Thru SATURDAY 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. BUSINESS DIRECTORY JERRY PATTERSON Complete Livestock and Grain Trucking service.' telenfenne TU 2-3356 LUVerne, Iowa ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 M TELEVISION TRANSISTOR RADIO A SMALL i CAR RADIO REPAIRING APPLIANCE REPAIR RCA TV SETS ft TUBES PATTERSON ELECTRIC • LuVerne. Iowa Mrs. Frank Weber Corwith, Iowa 1 mile East of Hanna Elevator or 3 miles South of Corwith on 60 and 1 Va mi los west, 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 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, low. Phone TU 2*22* IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS WU FEED SERVICE CaH 2311 Uvtmwt FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for cards, and flowers while in the hospital. — Verlaine Johnson. W* RESPONSIBLE person may purchase for 6 installments of $7.50 modern SINGER CABINET STYLE SEWING MACHINE with extras included for buttonholing and zig zag fancy stitch designs. Write: Mr. Earl, 369 Earl, St. Paul, Minn. 17* SINGER — This famous make is equipped to zigzag, Buttonhole, Monogram, etc. Guaranteed. Beautiful Walnut Cabinet, new condition. Balance of $43.65 $1.25 weekly. Cash discount. Can be seen locally. Write: Credit Manager, E. & M. Finance, 3055 Woodbridge, St. Paul 13, Minn. 17-18* Klein's Radio i TV Repair Shop § Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4&3 ADMIRAL RADIO i TV SALES * SEgyigf 1 DON'T USE TINSEL STRING. WIRE, OR ANY TWINE WITH METAl, IN IT ^ PONTFUYA FI KITE OVER • I TV OR RADIO ^ AERIA14 DON'T FW A KITE VITH METAU IN THi FRAME OR TAIL u 1 PONT FLY A KITf IN cevfB PONT RUN ACROSS STREETS OR HIGHWAYS : WHILE FLYING A KITE. TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SftH GREEN STAMPS Prices Good Friday ft Saturday, March 5 and 6 Velveeta CHEESE Archway COOKIES Miracle Whip SALAD 2Lb. Box 3 Phgs. S1.0C Ql' 49« No. 2'/jCan» PEARS on PEACHES 3 Buttr' Topp Cinnamon TEA ROLLS ft* Morton 9 Inch FRUIT or PUMPKIN PIES Eaeh 29* 8 PONT PUU ON THE STRIHG OR CLIMB POWER POLE TO LOOSEN SN4§SEP KITE. C.llo RADISHES CARROTS Cilifornii ORANGES Bvtt^r-Nyt COFFEE WHICH Pkf. 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