Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 11, 1965
Page 2
Start Free Trial

Fire scare at bank building on Sunday and two girls o! Spencer \vei-e Sunday dinner guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Lcla Heifer. Henry Groh returned from the Lutheran hospital in ft. Dodge last Wednesday where he had been a surgical patient for fl week. Mrs. Prank Hoffman returned homo Sunday from Ixwg Beach, Calif, where she has lx>en staying with her daughter and fariv Uvermore — Firemen were summoned lo the State Bank building Sunday about 1:30 p.m. when largo clouds of black smoke wore seen bellowing Hy" Mr! and "Mrs"' BoV'ilicnea'i, around on the lop of the build-!since last November. in ?- ,. „ i Mr. and Mr*. DeVerne Holmes, Investigation disclosed that;Kenneth Smith. Belly Frederes, alllhe smoke was coming from i Mr. and Mrs. Keilh Smilh of the chimney connected to the Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. furnace of the former drug Raymond Gales of Ft. Dodge at- slorc building; which is next door | tended the wedding of Mrs. nephew, Dwlght John to the bank. Due to the absence Holmes of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sanders the son and Shieli Williams at Wesl oil furnace had nol been used i Methodist church in Des Moines for several days nnd an accum-, Saturday evening, Feb. 27 and ulation of oil in caused the black it was lit. the fire box smoke when KNITTING LESSONS Several ladies arc going to Humboldt Wednesday afternoons each week where they are taking knitting lessons 'from Mrs. Fran Hanson at her home. Those going are: Mrs. Gone- vieve Miller, Mrs. Bob White. Mrs. Bill Nunnamaker, Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz, Mrs. Richard Sawyer, Mrs. Wayne Vaudt, Mrs. Everett Andersen and Mrs. Harry Ruiz. GIRL BAPTISED The infant daughter of Mr. Kisch of. Boone March 7. He has and Mrs. Marvin Lamb'was bap- tised Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran church following church services, Pastor Stock officiated and sponsors were Mary Melavin and 'Mike Christiansen. The baby has been named Judy Lynn. NEW SON A boy, weight 7 Ibs. 7 oz. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mickey on Sunday, been named Donald Brian. They also have a 10 month old adopted boy, Michael John. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kisch'are'the grandparents. NEW DAUGHTER A girl weight 8 Ibs. was born to Mr. and Mr,s. Tommy Brown of Chicago on Monday, Feb. 22. Mrs. Roy Brown, the maternal grandmother has been there the past two weeks to. look after the other youngster in the family, a little boy, LITTLE SCHOOL School was held'only two half days last week because of the blizzards and road conditions. Charles Wyman hat been a patient at Veteran's hospital in Des Moines two weeks. He is recovering from major surgery. Mrs. Jim Bormann entertain- and Chat Bridge home Wednesday ed the Deal club at her afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and ,at cards Mrs. Clarence Carlson won high, Mrs. Ted Wagner 2nd high and Mrs. Dick Schultz low. Mrs. Wagner was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach and Mr. and Mrs. John Milick of Corwith i spent the weekend in Des Moines and were guests in the Marshall Torgerson home. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hellickson of Humboldt were visitors in the Wayne Vaudt home Friday evening. The two ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heiter also attended the reception. En- route home Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs, Holmes visited her mother, Mrs. Jennie Wheeler at the Crestview Manor Home in Webster City. Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were: Beth Olson $50, Joe Ehrhardt $50 and Jimmy Frideres $40. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaudoin and children of Humboldt were Sunday visitors in the parental Burrell Smith home. Gordon Foth of Rutland, Richard Foth of Bode, Mrs. Richard Thul, and Allan Foth accompanied by their mother, Mrs. George Foth, attended funeral services on Saturday for their father's youngest brother Tony Foth, 71, at Osagc. Mr. and Mrs. John Hasford and children spent the weekend in Des Moines where they visited her mother, Mrs. Alice Smith. Jerry Foreman has been a surgical patient at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hints were dinner guests on Sunday in the home of her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Dick St. John and family near Algona. Mother of Livermore woman dies Livermore were held — Funeral services Thursday in the Klein's Radio ft TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4662 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV SALES & SERVICE "BRIGHTEN YOUR HOME" chapel of the funeral home in Spencer for Mrs. Cora De Bolt, 91, mother of Mrs, Joe Sanders \tfith burial at Spencerr"" '*" * Mrs. De Bolt had undergone surgery earlier at the Spencer hospital and had recovered very satisfactorily until she contacted pneumonia and died Sunday, Feb. 28. Mrs. De Bolt, whose home was in Dickens, spent the winter months in the Sanders home, returning to her home for the summers. Immediate survivors are Mrs. Sanders and another daughter, Mrs. Paul Pierson of Dickens. Domino League W L K. O. Hardware 65 39 Andersen Motors 62 38 Sawyer's _59Va 40M- Town Tavern SSVfe 54Mj American Legion 49Mj 54Ms M & M Feeds 49 47 Dick's 48Vfc 47M. Mike's Standard 43 61 Uvermorst State Bk. 40& 59M- Livermore Oil Co. __25M; 70M- High Individual Series Basil Brock 546 Dennis Behounek 546 Dick Foth 526 Don Becker 516 Ray Zeimet 516 High Individual Gam* Dennis Behounek 220 Basil Brock 211 Don Becker 206 High Team Series American Legion 2810 Livermore State Bank ___ 2790 Dick's 2751 High Team Game Livermore State Bank 983 Dick's 965 American Legion 949 100 — M. H. (Matt) Rutten of Carroll county celebrated his 100th birthday last Feb. 24 and 142 friends and relatives honor- Tribune 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 196$ Engaged MR. AND MRS. Joe Ezarski of Corwith, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marelen Jo to Alan E. Jordan, son of Mrs. Leila W. Jordan of Des Moines. An April 24th wedding is planned at St. Mary's Catholic church in Corwith. Miss Ezarski is employed at State Federal Savings and Loan Association of Des Moines. Her fiance will gradaute from Drake University in June with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management. Both are 1961 graduates of Corwith-Wesley Community School. LuVerne wins 14 T ratings in contest Nancy Brink. PARTY FOR LEGION The Auxiliary had the Legion as guests Sunday at the City Hall. It was the 46th birthday of the Legion. Carroll Gillespie, Renwick, showed colored slides of their trip down through Medico. Attending from out of town were the Aaron Steussys, Algona. Guests at Robert Nielsen's Sunday for Ihe birlhday of Helen Nielsen were the Fred Wills, Bud Dawsons, Dale Zentners, Richard Nielsens, George Stu- ders, Harold Nielsens Jr. and Harold Nielsens Sr. The Vernon Egglestons, Lu- Verne, and Marlyn Gregersons, Rutland, visited the Allan Thus in Graettinger Sunday. Callers at Art Dimler's Sunday were the Perry Mitchells, Renwick. The William Goetsches went to Sioux City where she had a check-up on her arm. She found one tendon has infection. She is to return in two weeks for another check-up. The GoetscH- es also visited their daughter Jon Put- Trotters coming Black's Were her parents, the Ed Haggs, Algona, and Mrs. Black's sister, the Robert Tols- dorfs, New Haven, Merle Wellendorf, in Veteran's hospital, Des Moines, since January 4, is slightly improved and was able lo write cards last Sunday. ' . Wayne Wickwire, Irvington, recently had a cyst removed from his right wrist. LuVerne — No. 1 ratings speech contest at Boone Valley There were 14 won at district Winning from LuVerne were: reading, Nancy Brink, Earl Will; public address, Leona Leek, Dawn Lindebak: radio, Darrell Trauger, John Wickett; humorous, Beverly Bristow, Jane Hanselman, Linda RuRg; dramatic, Mary Cronk, Leonard Johns; oratory, Colleen Johns, Clarice Schnakenberg; original, Linda Nelson. No. II ratings went to: individual, Linda Daley, Suzanne Dudley, Dolores Eggleston, David Naffziger, Elaine Schnakenberg, Connie Schnetzer. Mario Stamp- ka, and Zelda Witzell. Group reading, Gretchen Zentner, Cindy Rugg, Rita Patterson, Bart Selby, Joe Meuller, Gerald Sill and Colleen Johns. Teachers are Mrs. Annetta Walters and Dennis Holmes. No. I winners will go lo the slate contesl which is at Sioux City March 19-20. SPEAKS AT RALLY The William Goelsches went to Sac City to an MYF Rally where Violet was the speaker. It was a sub-district meeting at the Methodist church. Guests were the Sang-Ok-Mahs from Seoul, Korea. The Goelsches look them back to Morningside college where they are both students. The Sang-Ok-Mahs are ed him at an open house, has 192 descendants. He Sheryl Ann and Ihe nams. Mrs. Lucinda Stone and Ronnie are leaving Thursday on a 10 day Irip lo Texas and Mexico. Mrs. Florence Stewart attended Ihe Cancer Society board meeting at the Colonial Motel in Algona on Monday. Mrs. Clifford Anfinson, Wesley, presided. World Day of Prayer will .be at the Methodist church at 1:30 Friday. , The Don Fetts moved to a farm near Corwith vacated by the Jim Tindalls Jr. The William Fetls, Mason City, moved to the farm vacated by the Alfred Fetls, who moved to a farm near Algona. The Darrell Fetts moved to the farm vacated by Don Fetts. Joan Nielsen left for Omaha to attend a 4-day school on womens aoparel. *"*. Jessie Stripling and Mike visited Kenny Stripling at Storm Lake. The Sherman Arends visited the Duane Tobys at Readlyn Sunday. The Loren Suttons, Santa Monica, Calif., have !a girl, Kir- slen Sue, born Feb. 26. Mrs. Sulton is Ihe former Jorine Sneider. Grandparents are the Albert Sneiders, LuVerne; and Dr. Sutlons, Pasadena. Grandma Sneider is the great grandmother; and H. T. Wedell, Texas, is great grandfather. The John Vosses Jr. visited Thursday at John Voss's Sr., Al- both high Korea. school teachers in WINS BB TROPHIES Jane Hanselman, daughter of the Earl Hanselmans, was runner-up in the free throw contest at Pocahontas. She received a trophy at Pocahontas last week and also won a trophy at Thornlon the week before for hilling 23 of 25 shols. She will now go to the slale accompanied by the Bryce Wicketts and .38«i^^ ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR BEARINGS CAPACITORS COMMUTATORS TURNED BRUSHES SPRING FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS at MARCIA'S 'The Friendly Store" i PATTERSON ELECTRIC 1 TU ?-35 wrmair'ia •3341 LuVerne, low* LUVERNE CLINIC OR. R. P. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Pays Saturday* 9-30 >0 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne. Iowa Phone TU IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 gona. The Earl Gronbachs were here from Hayfield, Minn., for the funeral of Clint McClellan. The last meeting was held Wednesday evening at the Lu- Verne school on financing public services. In charge of this was Earle Hanselman and Harry Naffziger. Casey Loss, Algona, also sooke. Lydia Lund attended the funeral of her son-in-law's father, Steve Palmer at Renwick. He died of a heart attack. The Tjeran Nerems, Corwith, visited Lydia Lund Thursday. Mrs. Lillian Palmer, Renwick, visited her mother Lydia Lund Monday and Tuesday. Lydia had slipped on the ice and cut her head which required 7 stitches. The John Vosses Jr. returned Wednesday from a 3 week trip. They drove 4,300 miles. They visited their son John Dwight Voss at Camp Beaufort, S. C. They went into Florida and were able to watch a missle shoot at Camp Kennedy. They went to Orlando, Winter Haven and Cyprus Garden. They also visited their daughter Leota Ann Ueu, in Wichita. It was Leota Ann's birthday. Eastern Star school of instruct tipn was held Saturday at Cor' with. Clara Schultz was district instructor from Algona. Attend.- ing were Betty Shipman, Worthy Matron, Doris Barber, the John Vosses Jr., Allen Blakes and Mrs. Albert Schipull. The Howard Sw«nson$ visit, ed her parents the G. L. Osbornes in Ames Sunday for her mother's birthday. The Howard Cyrrys visited the Owen Curry's Saturday. Mrs. Owen Curry and children visited her mother Laura Mitsven in Bode Sunday. The Melyin Kublys and Marvin Meyers went to a dinner in Clarion at George Deans for thg 40th wedding of Mrs. Dean's parents the Pete Rubergs, Fort Dodge. ONE OF THE featured attractions of the Harlem Globetrotters, who will appear in the Garrigan gym Saturday night, is Robert "Showboat" Hall, shown above. The "Trotters will bring a fine compliment of fine players and funny stars. Game time is 8 p.m with tickets on sale at'the box office. The Algona Rotary Club is the sponsoring organization. SERVICEMEN Vail*jo, Calif. (FHTNC) Feb. 23 — Electronics Technician Seaman David M. Hobscheidt, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hobscheidt of Lu- Verne, completed a specialized communications equipment course Feb. 5 at the Naval Schools Command, Mare Island, Vallejo, Calif. He is now qualified to install, maintain and repair special communications equipment aboard Navy ships. CARD OF THANKS — Our recent sad loss leaves us with grateful hearts toward relatives and friends for their comforting expressions of sympathy, cards, food, floral offerings, and memorials. — The family of C. O. McClellan. 19* To hospital for 8 weeks with fever Irvington— Linda Swanson ,vas hospitalized at Fort Dodge Feb. 19 with rheumatic fever. :t was expected that she would be allowed to return to her parents, the Carl Swansons, after several days. Linda, who teaches an the Hawarden school, became ill with* a strep throat a few weeks ago. She was unable :6 ieach but was not hospitalized then. When she continued to be unable to return to her classes she came home and going to her doctor in LuVerne, was sent to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. It is reported that it will be at least 8 weeks before she can return to teaching. MAN 88 RECOVERING Morris Parsons, 88, is a patient in a Burt Rest Home. The Ralph Parsons, Algona, visited him Sunday. He is somewhat improved and may be able to again make his home with them later in the spring. Morris had a cataract removed from one eye at Iowa City last October and returned there in January to have the same Surgery performed on the - other eve. Shortly after returning to the Ralph Parsons, where he' makes his home, he had the flu which slowed down his recovery. The of Irvington and the Irvington area for many years. BACK FROM GERMANY The Sumner Parsons, Burt, and John Jennings, Sexton, have been visiting the Parsons' eldest daughter, the John Oliveras, San Antonio, Texas, for two weeks. Mrs. Olivera is the former Mary Lee. .Parsons. The Parsons returned in January from Germany, where they had spent Christmas with their youngest daughter Barbara and her husband stationed there. The Sumner Parsons and the John Jennings are former residents here. KEN RICHARDSON DIES The Robert Blacks scent Monday and Friday of last week in Rochester, Minn., where they visited Mrs. Black's nephew, Ken Richardson, son of, the Rev. Ray Richardsons, Waukon, in St. Mary's hospital. Because of Kenneth's critical condition the Blacks were unable to visit him, but spent the time with his parents. Kenneth died Feb. 28 and burial was in Memorial Gardens at Algona. When the Blacks returned Friday, they brought Danny 3, son of the Rev. Ray Richardsons, and brother of Kenneth, to their home for a week: Word has been received that Stephen 10, son of the Raymond Funks, Ft. Bragg. Calif, was recently hospitalized for nine days with a concussion the result of an accident at school. The Funks are former Algonans; Morris Parsons were residents Sunday visitors at Hugh STOP COMPARE HANK'S ONE COAT SANFORD Plumbing ft Heating WAYNtSANFORD it Ritehi* Horj Waterers * Prides-Farm Waterers * Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners Phone TU 2-3251 •ninwwiiraiM LUVERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE .Featuring Home Baked Goods, Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 •••iiHiiiin STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday Night League High Team Series Skelly — 2573 High Team Game P. Cheese 910 Hiah Individual Series L. Calkins — 550 High Individual Gam* R. Klasse 206 Tuesday Night League Hioh Team Serie* Beauty Shop ___' — 2247 High Team Gam* Trauger's 763 Hiah Individual Series Betty Hansen — 517 Hiah Individual Game Marlys Stille :__ 517 Myrna Hinz 206 Wednesday Night League High Team Series Sanford —— 2792 High Team Game Sanford __• -— 968 Hiah Individual Series C. Stripling :~- 604 High Individual Gam* M. Swanson _'_ 221 Thursday Night League High Team Game Zentner __! i 2232 Zentner _ll_— 776 High Team Series Hiah Individual Series C. Stripling 568 K. Henderson : 536 Hiah Individual Gam* C. Stripling —— 233 K. Henderson 202 Saturday Night Team W L Blake's __" 62% 37V 2 Goetsch '__ 60 44 Nielsen DX ^__49y 2 50V 2 Minrulax —45 49 Lawson 44 60 Pioneer 43 53 Saturday Night League High Team Series Blake's —__— 2182 High Team Game Blake's 772 High Individual Series Marcia Arends 534 Gene Casey '. 491 Hiah Individual Game Gene Casey __ 198 Marcia Arends _• 189 For All Your Insurance Needs, Stop and" See 'Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lindebak. This year the bowling results will be toonsored each week by th* LuVerne Insurance Agency Acrylic Latex WALL PAINT f*v«* Mf> 19 550 tquor* ftet per gollon * Washable after overnight drying. * Free of afl objectionable odors. * Fast 20-minute drying time. e Clean up your brushes with water. Yti, thick enough not to tJHP or run on the wall, ye$ thm enough to level out without a trace of brush or roller lap marks. The ppmbination of fast drying and] H9 odor makes it possible to decorate and use your room the same day, White — $5,25 Colors — $5»88 Lawson Hardware TUrner Service Day or Night" TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS Prices Good Thursday, Friday a\ Saturday, March 11, 12 A 13 Luddington Dark .Sweet CHERRIES 3 mean* $100 Monarch CRACKERS Lb. 23' Sather — Reg, 39c COOKIES 3*8*. Giant Siit IVORY LIQUID Monarch Froien ORANGE JUICE 5 Cam $100 First Lady ICE CREAM V»e«i. 59' lo Th* ih«M WALNUTS Lb. 29* FOLDER'S COFFEE *»•«»» SI*' Qrang* Drink HI-C 3 Cam 89 e First Lady BREAD 5 t««m S100 HUMBOIDT BUTTER I... 53c 3 LB. CAN PICNICS LUNCHEON MEAT KEF ROAST " \ tig 49* - -i*** 49« r W rv t the righj ig limit

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free