Wilson new bank manager at Livermore ; Livefrnere — A deal was coined lasl week whereby Mr. and Mrs. ,t. F. Hamm sold tlipir interest iti 1lic Livermoro Slate Bank to .Mm E. Howies of Ft. Dodge. Mr. Rowles will succeed Mr. Ha mm as president and lie and his wife will also succeed Mr. and Mrs. Hamm on the board of directors. Mr. Howies is vice president of the Union Trust and Savings bank in Fort Dodge and will continue in that capacity in addition to the presidency of the Livormorc bank. With Mr. Hamm's resignation Robert U Wilson the present cashier will become the managing officer and the following personnel will remain the same; Kenneth Howard, Mrs. Robert Wilson, and Mrs. Leonard Wilson. Mr. Hamm came to the bank in 1934 when it was in receivership and organized the present bank in 1936. He has been president of the bank since 1951. Mr. and Mrs. Hamm have one son, Burwcll, who is president of the Bank of Yakima in Yakima, Washington. They also have two grandsons. AUXILIARY MEETS The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall Monday evening with eleven members answering roll call. The president, Mrs. Wm. Erpclding, conducted the business meeting. Plans were discussed for the joint pot. luck supper that will be held by the Auxiliary and Legion members in honor of the 46th anniversary of the Legion on Saturday evening, March 20th at the Legion hall. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus and her committee. Cards were played with prizes being won by Mrs. Martha Kayser high and Mrs. Mayme Scott second high. Lunch was served by Mrs. Odell Kollasch, Mrs. Jeanette Underberg and Mrs. Norine Erpelding. MANY AT TOURNEY Among those that went to DCS Moines Wednesday evening to see Twin Rivers play Valley of (West Des Moines in the Girls Klein's Radio ft TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE ; • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4662 ADMIRAL RADIO A TV SALES & SERVICE U.S. INtmDUAl. NCiHE TAX tETUIK-tlM '' Internal Revenue tov*f to MI good evidence of your deduction* and then it nothing better than a cancelled check. FAY-BY-CHECKI Livermore State Bank Phone 2011 — Livermore Member of F.D.I.C, New Arrivals! Spring Hats See our large collection! All new for Spring! MARGIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE Basketball tournament wore: Mr. and Mil's, .terry Weydeit. Ur. and Mrs. Allan Foth, Mr. and Mrs. Caryl Baker, Mr. and Mrs. "Kelly" Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs, Dick Cran, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Christiansen, Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing and Debbie, Mrs. Leonard Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and two girls, Mr. and Mrs. .T. F. Hamm, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logtie, Doug and Steve Bcrgum, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson, plus two bus loads of high school and junior high students. LEGION POT LUCK The pot luck supper of the Legion and Auxiliary members, husbands and wives, will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Legion hall next Saturday evening, March 20th followed by a social evening. The Auxiliary will furnish the coffee and a large "Birthday" cake which will be baked by Mrs. Ted Wagner. The supper is in honor of the 40th birthday of the Legion. PARISH MISSIONS Parish Missions were held all last week at Sacred Heart Catholic church with morning Mass and an evening service each clay. These services were conducted by Father Sullivan of Chicago, a teacher at Mount Carmel high school in Chicago for nine years and for the, past ten giving parish missions and retreats to sisters; and priests throughout the United States and Canada. EQUALITY CLUB Miss Margaret Devine was hostess to the Equality club Thursday afternoon at her home. President Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Richard Dunphy gave the lesson which was a historical review of the Humboldt college which has been closed for many years. Lunch was served. T *! I rib tin 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965 Crawfordsville were weekend visitors in the parental Carl OP son home. Supper guests in the home of Mrs. Molly Oroh on Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh and John who left for the service Tuesday. Names tailed for the cash drawing Saturday night were: Maxine Berte $50, Mary Sorenson $50, and Eunice Merrill $50. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard of Sioux City spent the weekend in the parental home. Kenneth Howard Top Six League W Smith Lumber 68 Pioneer ...62 Rcinic's Groc. 59 K. C. 47 Gales Garage _. Kay Implement L 40 46 49 61 59 65 45 39 High Team 3 Games Smith Lumber 238li Gales Garage 2316 Pioneer 2314 Kay Impl. High Team 1 Game .__ 848 TO FORT DODGE Mrs. Ed McKcnna, who had a closing out farm sale last week has moved into an apartment at Ft. Dodge. Two of her daughters live in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Nick Bormann was hostess to the Delta Dek Bridge club at her home Friday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Ted Wagner received high prize, Mrs, Cliff Baker, second high and Mrs. Jessamine "Miller ithe traveling:prize. Mrs. >Vagner and Mrs. Baker "Were guests:*' Richard Scott of Storm Lake, a freshman, received a II rating in the two speech contests that were held at Granville and Marcus. He was entered in original oratory, writing his own speech and was the only freshman entered. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott and son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott of Storm Lake. Burwell Hamm of Yakima, Washington spent from Friday until Tuesday in the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm. He came by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miller have returned home after spending the past month at Phoenix, Ariz, on vacation. Sp/4 Floyd Raney of Fort Hood, Texas, is spending a 15 day leave in the parental Guy Raney home prior to his discharge in April. v ! . Mrs. Louise Gronbach was hostess to the 500 card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Vaughn won the high prize and the travel prize, Mrs. Christine Michelson won 2nd high and Mrs. Molly Foth low. There were 3 tables in play. Mrs, Hattie Miller and Mrs. Luella Joiner were guests. Lunch was served. Mrs. Bill Davis was hostess to the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Dorothy Becker received high, Mrs. Jean Roethler low and Mrs. Leona Gjerstad travel. Mr, and Mrs. Karl Baessler attended a Band Concert at Renwick on Tuesday evening which was directed by their son Keith, who is a teacher in the school at Renwick. Mrs. Karl Baessler was hostess to the Twentieth Century club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The Religious thought was given by the hostess and the musical selection was the "Iowa Song", Martha King was the leader and gave the lesson on "Conservation". Gary Cran who attends Junior college in Ft. Dodge spent the weekend in the parental Dick Cran home. Mrs. Lela Helter was a dinner guest in the Harold Roethler home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cran to Bradgate Sunday afternoon where they attended open house in the Methodist church in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Will Lanning of Bradgate, aunt and uncle of the men folks. Mr. ind Mr«. Allan Olson of Smith Lumber 831 Gales Garage 815 High Individual 3 Games George Markman 528 Leo Bormann 521 Kenneth Bormann 498 High Individual Game George Markman 214 Richard Plathe 203 Joe Becker 199 Domino League K. 0. Hardware 66 Andersen Motors 65 Sawyer's 63M> Town Tavern 56V^ M & M Feeds 56 American Legion 52M; Dick's 52% Mike's Standard 44 Seven get all "A's" at LuVerne high Livermore State Bank 40V2 42 47 40% 55% 48 59% 47% 64 63% 72% Livermore Oil Co. _. 27% High Individual Series Joel Reding 569 Mert Sawyer 546 Butch Rutz 537 High Individual Game Dick Foth _„ 213 Joel Reding 211 Leonard Rosenau 208 Mert Sawyer 208 Maurice McGee • _-.. 208 High—Team Stfriest c M & M Feeds 2859 Sawyer's 2798 K. 0. Hardware 2784 High Team Game M & M Feeds 1013 Dick's 976 K. O. Hardware 975 Plan LuVerne bus for trip to Woodward LuVerne — Aid met at the Lutheran church Wednesday. Some of the speech contestants winning one ratings gave their readings, Beverly Bristow, Jane Hanselman, Leonard Johns, Colleen Johns and Clara Schnakenberg. A bus has been chartered to go to Perry and Woodward April 6. The bus will leave Lu- Verne at 8 a.m. The cost will be $3.25 and everyone is to take a sack lunch. Anyone interested is to call Alice Hanselman. Lunch was served by the hostess Nora Gronbach. Canasta club met Monday at Dora Schipull's. Prizes went to Bernice Cox, high, and Faye tachty, low. Lunch was served jy the hostess. Diane, Wayne and Paula Curry stayed overnight in Bode Sat urday with their cousins, Pamela and Tom Curry. Callers at Delia Burgess's for her birthday were Pat Ramus and children, Roberta Gronbach, Doris Thomas and Mary Ann Calkins. Ann Smith and the Joliffes went to Fort Dodge to visit Lloyd Fersci. The Cemetary Memorial Society met at the city hall on Thursday. There were 22 members present and two guests Hostesses were Violet Dimler Irma Dimler and Mildred Elefritz. The Donald Carroll* have a boy born March 6 at the Britt hospital, 9 Ibs. 11 oz. named John Michael. LuVerne — Seven LuVerne high school students rated straight "A" averages in the fourth 6-weck honor roll release this week. They were seniors Linda Nelson and Clara Schnakenberg, sophomores Rita Patterson and Daryl Traugcr, and juniors Jane Hanselman, Dawn Lindebak and Elaine Schnakenberg. Others on the honor roll were as follows: Seniors — Nancy Brink, Suzanne Dudley, Patti Erpelding, Darlene Goctsch, Kris Hanselman, Daryl Jagels, David Naffziger and John Wickett. Juniors — Connie Sanford and Earl Will. Sophomores — Rex Bristow, Luana Leek, Bart Selby, Tom Steil, Paul Trauger and Zelda Witzel. Freshman — Jean Casey, Mary Cronk, Gary Ernst, Coleen Johns, Doug Nelson, Henry Schnakenberg and Duane Will. BACK FROM FLORIDA The W. W. Rockwoods returned from a 5-week vacation in southern states. They visited Mrs. Tom Nott (Darlene Conaway) in Florida, and also visited the George Wolfs, (Algona), who are also in Florida. They also visited his sister Lillian Rockwood and many other relatives. FREE PHONE CALL The Paul Maases received a telephone call from their daughter, Mrs. Elwood Holdridge, from San Bernadino. Her name was drawn from the Orange Blossom fair for a free 3-minute phone call. The Friendly Neighbor club met at Gertrude Hefti's. The lesson was by Evelyn Marty. The Robert Barbers visited the •Jerry sKrauses- in-Renwick Sunday. Bill Prior and Sally and Mrs. Edith Prior were visitors at Jim Sloter's Sunday, Forest City. It was the second birthday of Michal Slo.ter. The Dennis Stolls, Eagle Grove, visited Sunday at Ralprr Stoll's. The Harold Nielsens Sr. visited Thursday at Ralph Stoll's. The Ralph Stolls visited the Carroll Gillespies at Renwick Friday. Callers Friday at Victor Faulstich's were her parents, the August Bernaus, of near Bode. The Robert Barbers> Ardis Kinseths and Garmon Rollands. Bode, attended the basketball games at Des Moines Wecjnes- day. Mary Will spent the weekend with her parents, the Fred Wills. Oscar Bekendorf is in the hospital in Fort Dodge with a brok* to Algona Saturday to see the Harlem Globetrotters. The Gail Wolfs visited the Howard Currys in Bode Sunday. The James Capesiuses, Lu- Verne, Have a 9 Ib. 11 oz. boy born March 7 at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. The Paul Maases attended the 50th wedding of the Louis Broers. STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday Night Leaque W L 6 14% 15 20% 21% 24 24 16th annual banquet for athletes here LuVerne — The 16th annual athletic banquet for LuVerne high school will be held in the lunch room Thursday, April 1, at 6:30 p.m. The guest speaker will be Bernie Aaggau, assistant executive secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Friends of the teams are invited to attend. Tickets are available from all members of the LuVerne Commercial Club or may be purchased at the en leg. Harold Nielsen Sr. is m the hospital in Fort Dodge. Guests Sunday at Frank Gron^ bach's were the Dale Braytons,. Sheffield. The James Zwiefels visited, Sunday with Lottie and Janette Mason. Evening Star met at Lillian Braynard's, Devotions were by. La von Mallory and lesson by Marvel Eggleston. Plans were made for the Mother and Dauglv, ter banquet to be held March 26 at the Methodist church. Lunch was served by the hos-, tess. Circle II met with Anna Neal March 10. Devotions were by Martha Wolf and lesson by Mabel Shorey. Roll call was a verse from Luke. Lunch was served, by the hostesses Anna Neal and Mabel Shorey. Circle III met with Vera Wolf March 10. A skit was given by Florence Stewart and Dorothy Jergenson on the world bank. The lesson was by Anne Smith. Lunch was served by the hostesses Bernie Cox and Vera Wolf. The Victor Faulstichs visited her parents, the August Ber- naus, at Bode. Owen Curry and Larry went Prior Skelly ___ 30 Livermore Co-op 21V2 Corner Store 21Mj Corwith Impl. 17 LuVerne Ins 15V2 Pioneer Cheese 14Va Bamboo Lounge 2 Standard Oil 8 Hiah Team Series Standard Oil 2744 High Team Game P. Cheese 947 Hiah Individual Series R. Legler „_ 589 High Individual Game R. Legler 220 Tuesday Night League High Team Series Trauger's 2303 High Team Gam* Trauger's 873 High Individual Series Carmen Nielson 540 Hiah Individual Game Doris Barber 193 Wednesday Night League High Team Series Bldg. Co. 2862 High Team Game Bldg. Co. 1020 Hiah Individual Series E. Strand 566 Hiah Individual Game E. Schipull :__• 211 Thursday Night League High Team Game Zentner -_„ _ TT ^___ 2196. High Team Series Zentner 775 Hiqh Individual Series B. Dawson 528 M. Stripling 505 Hiqh Individual Game B. Dawson 209 M. Stripling 182 Saturday Night League High Team Series Blake's 2182 High Team Game Blake's 772 High Individual Series Marcia Arends 534 Gen Casey 491 Hiqh Individual Game Gen 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 soonsored each week by the LuVerne ; Insurance Agency Files bankruptcy petition Friday Richard Butler, Algona, filed a petition for bankruptcy in Federal District Court at Ft. Dodge last Friday. He has served as State Conservation Officer in this area since Nov., 1964. Butler submitted his resignation March 1 and it will become effective, March 22. He has worked for the commission since May 1, 1962. In his- petition, Butler listed liabilities of $5,339.83 and assets of $810. He listed exempt assests of $735. school office. The price is $1.50- Elevator plans program Monday LuVerne — Eldon Guess, mam ager of the LuVerne Co-op Elevator, announced the firm will have a "Pesticide Meeting" next Monday afternoon in the elevator office beginning at 1:30 p.m. All farmers in the area are invited to attend. The control of rootworms, cutworms and wireworms will be the topic. Churches ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LuVerne, Iowa Sunday school and Bible class at 9:00. Worship Service at 10:00. Lenten services on Wednesday evenings at 7:30, followed by adult choir practice. Walther League Social meeting on Thursday at 7:30. Church School on Fridays from 5:00 to 7:00. Come and worship with us! Burt Mrs. George Hawcott, LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. B. BRAINpRD OFFICE HOURS Week Pay* Saturday* 8-30 10 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 tp 12:00 1:00 to 3:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne. Iowa Phone TLJ IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN •^BETHEL -CHURCH Livermore, Iowa Morning Worship 9:45 a.m Church School 10:45 a.m. The Pocahontas United Presbyterian Church will be dedicated next Sunday, March 21, in a service beginning at 2:30. The Rev. Mr. Gardner Wynn is the speaker. Guests Friday of Ruth Hodgson were Selina Clifton and Lulu Hawcott. ; The E. E. Pettises attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Varell Hall, 45, . at Waterloo, March 13. She is survived' by her husband, a son and two daughters. Mrs. Rhonda Burtis, , Sioux Falls, S. D. returned home Thursday after two weeks with her sister Mrs. D. A. Fraser and niece Mrs. E. E. Pettis. The Fortnightly club will meet March 19 with Lefie McMullen. Mrs. .Myrtle Zwiefel and Pa tricia and the Brian Zwiefels were guests Sunday at Ceci! Householder's, Welcome, Minn. for the birthday of Mrs. House holder. Richard Smith, Dixon, 111. was a weekend guest of his parents, the K. J. Smiths. The Jim Fredricksons, Rock well, spent the weekend with the Ed Fredricksons and Louis Riedel. The B. E. Millers returne< from Iowa City the first of the week. The Walter Meschers wil move to the late Hermani-Neitze house. Mrs. Leslie Sorenson and Mrs Tom Frankl, Algona, were guests Friday of Mrs. Flos; Leason. Guests Sunday were the len Grouses, Humboldt, Mrs. . M. Gross and Lura Sevvick. The Maurice Miles, Boone, vere guests Sunday at L. E. Riebhoff's. Saturday the Junior Girl icouts and the Brownies went o Swea City for an afternoon }f crafts and music. The 28 couts and six leaders left Burt at 12:30 and spent the afternoon at the Swea City school where he meeting was held. The S. R. Parsons and John fennings, Sexton, returned Sunday after three weeks in Texas. They visited the John Oliverias, San Antonio, Texas, and attend- d the livestock show and rodeo there. Band Mothers club serves a Farm Bureau dinner at the school house March 22. The Andy Harms family, Pocahontas, spent the weekend at the parental Jerry Wiener's. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Wesley, Iowa Thursday, March 18 6:30 p.m.— F. C. Y. F. Saturday, March 20 9:30 a.m. — Bible Instruction Class. Sunday, March 21 9:30 a.m. — Morning Worship. 10:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 7:30 p.m. — Evening Service. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN ZION CHURCH LuVerne, Iowa Church School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Also Boys and Girls Fellowship at 11 a.m. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. will be at the Melvin Marty home. The Christianaires Class will meet Thursday evening at the Otto Lawson home. Devotions are by Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty. Roll call is "A favorite flower." Entertainment is by Mr and Mrs Ralph Hindman. The Youth Fellowship Party will be at the Church on Tuesday, March 23. Phyllis and John Blumer are hosts. FARMER.... 1 — YOU ARE INVITED TO — 1 PESTICIDE 1 MEETING j Monday, March 22 j 1:30 p,m. - Elevator Office I This will be § special meeting on pest control of root I worm, cut worm* and wire worms. All farmers in the f area are cordially invited to ittend. | = VHHHHHv ^^!^BBI^^ ^^Wlp vHRMMHIIP ^^^W ^^^w ^^WJ ^HIP ^^^WWBP ™ = Co-op Elevator 1 E. A. GUESS, Manager Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 SANFORD Plumbing: & Healing WAYNE SANFORD ' 3 * Ritehi* Hor; Waterers * Pride-of-Farm Waterers * Ever Pura Clorinator water conditioners Phone TU 2-3251 TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS Prices Good Thurs., Fri. and Sat. — March 18, 19 & 20 Assorted, PORK & BEANS, CHILI BEANS, -|A RED BEANS, WHITE BEANS Can IUC Folger's (only 59c with purchase of 4 lights bulbs) COFFEE u»- 69c Fashion ; " 400 Cnt, Boxes FACIAL TISSUE 5 <« $1 Charmin TOILET TISSUE ""Us SI Monarch Light Meat TUNA 4 Cans $1 Buttr' Topp Cinnamon TEA ROLLS PI'S- 3* New Bix Mix BISCUIT or fiQRN MUFFIN MIX Pte 10° I New Aunt Jemima Easy Pour 2 Lb. Pkg. PANCAKE MIX 43* Swansdown RAKE MIXES 4 Pto- «1 Betty Crocker Pkg, GRAHAM CRACKER CRUST Jack Sprat OLEOMARGARINE 4 IN. Headquarters for Rod, Polaroid, 35 M.M, i 8 M.M. Film — Fait Processing Ladies NYLON HOSE *• Fresh RARRQTS Pkg. PIONEER UM6NORN CHEESE Lb, Spiced MINCHEON MEAT Choice ROMNP STEAK •"^'"-"-•*"'----— l- u ~"--^-^^~.^JUJIIJ|-^-U~^A~ m «~U^llUIIJ^ Wo reserve the ripht to limjt quantities. So Lb.
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