Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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Things at in Livermore, too Livermor* — Livermore was afirjtlier community that was snowbound for t\vo flays last W^fek dtie to the bH»,ard with fib mail, ttb n&tfjpipcrs, no milk or grocery truck, between 10 antt 12 degree temperature, 50- iiiile wind and several Inches of snow that drifted Into huge drifts that were covered with a thick layer of dirt on the second day of the bltefcard. Some of the Livfermore people working in Hutfiboidt were stranded there for the two days before roads cotfla pe opened up and lots of fatmei*s were sttll unable to get out Of their yard yet on Satur- flay. JUNIOR,AUXILIARY Tile March meeting of the JUmbr Auxiliary was held Saturday afternoon March 13 \yith 9 members answering roll can.. Plans Were discussba • fdr the Poppy Posters and tree leaves that had been gathered in the park were waxed and mounted in scrapbooks. Jerri Barton was in charge.of entertainment dhU Pain Grpnbach served the lunch. Mrs. John Rehquist ; is their leader and Janice Thul is reporter. SCHROCK DINNER Tlie Schrpck Fertilizer Co. of Arnold putj.6ri a dinner at the Legion hall>Tiuesday evening for their customers. Bob Davis of Algona is one of their truck drivers. NEW SON BORN ; A boy, Timothy David, was bbrn Wednesday, March 17 to Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Larry Stiltz of Biloxi, Miss. This makes three, boys ..and one girl ,in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank everyone for the cards arid letters while I \Vas in the hospital and the Legion for the plant. Also the men who- helped with the farm work. Your tliQUghtfulness. will always be remembered. Bob Gronbach. \V23 Klein's Radio & TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE. • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair PKone 44*1 or 4661 ADMIRAL RADIO » TV SALES A SERVICE maternal grandparents, are visiting in the Stilts home and will care for the family while the mother is in the lios- pllal. Mr. Stilt?, is (he son of Mrs, Myrtle Stiltz of Uvermorc. ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. tori Slciter of Rutland have announced the engagement of their daughter, Judith Ann. to John Edwin Wiekre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wickro of Livernioro. Miss Sleiter is manager of the Beauty Nook Salon In Humboldt and nor fiance is employed nt the Chanlland Co. at Humboldt, The wedding date has booh set for May 28. Name* called for the C«»h Drawing Saturday night were: John Orlger $50; Jeantiio Reding $50; Norman Skeyc $50: and Delaine Pooch $10. Mr. and Mrs. Chef Ogan were Monday evening dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Anna Krause at COrwith. Norman Scott, Bill Jergenien and Wilder Rockwood of Lu- Verhe attended, a Masonic meeting at Garner Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler and Mary Lou went to Rogers, Ark., recently where they visited Mrs. Roethler's brother and two sisters. Mrs; Martha King and Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz were dinner guests Tuesday in tlic home of Mrs. Stiltz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch at Burt. Mrs. Earl Armstrong entertained a group of ladies at her home Wednesday afternoon. Cards werc : played and prizes won by Mrs. Kenneth Howard hlgh,,,Mrs. Ray Falb, 2nd high, and Mrs. Virgil Smith, low. The hostess served lunch. Mrs. Chet Ogan entertained a few ladles at her home Wednesday afternoon to play pinochle. i Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Brown and daughter, Tina Marie, born Feb. 24, of Chicago, arrived at the parental Roy Brown home last Friday for a week's visit. iTlieir small son Paul, who came home" with his ; grandmother' a couple of week's-ago will return home with them. They will also visit in the home of her parents the James Maquires of Fort Dodge. ' I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach and Cindy returned Friday from 'a month's vacation trip to California wjiere they visited Mrs. ', Gronbach's sister, • Mr. and Mrs. James Q. Gibson and family at Baldwin Park. .Enroiitc home they got'snow.bound Wednesday at a Truck stop west of Ogden. Sunday dinner guests in the Chet Ogan home were Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Gugger and Mr. and Mrs., Richard Gugger and-Tracy of Rehwick. The Neighborhood Card club met at the Bill Wilson home Tuesday afternoon. A'2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Henry Groh received, high prize, Mrs. Bill Davis low and Mrs. Harold Gferstad travel! Tribun 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 LuVerne WSCS dales banquet for M-D, Friday LuVerne — Methodist WSCS hostesses at church were Donnn Nelson, Ollie Stoll, Martha Wolf, Gladys Generich and Lavon Mallory. Devotions were by Doris Barber and the lesson was by Dawn Lindcbak. The World Bank reports amounted to $84.50. Tills will be presented to the district chairman at Clarion April 1. Plans were made for the Mother-Daughter banquet March 26. Livermore gir honored as Homemaker Livermore — Among the winners of the annual "Homemaker of Tomorrow" contest is Esther Mackintosh of Livermore, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh and a senior at Twin Rivers high school at Bode. These girls are named winners in their respective homemaking examination taken by seniors. Test papers of all in the state are currently being judged with the top winner to receive a $1,500 college scholarship, the runner-up will receive a $500 award. In April the "All American Homemaker of Tomorrow" top of all the Slates will be named. Top Six League W L 41 49 50 62 63 71 Smith Lumber 71 Pioneer _• 63 Reinie's Groc. :_ 62 K. C. 50 Gales Garage 49 Kay Impl. _. 41 High Individual Game Harold Dolder 223 Al Sinclair *L____*__-.!f_*__ 202 Leo Bormann i 201 High Team Series Smith Lumber 2508 Reinie's Groc. 2372 Pioneer 2352 High. Team Game Smith Lumber 911 Reinie's Groc. 850 K. C 813 High Individual Series Leo Bormann _ . 548 Harold Dolder 547 Doug Kay - 546 Scotch bowling winners here are announced LuVerne — A Scotch Doubles party was held Sunday at the jiiVcrne Lanes."In charge was lobcrt Nielsen. Winners were 3ca McCurry and Everett Schipull 598; Leona Stahl and Gene Jvingslon 577; Norma Watts and Elmer Kubly 570; Shirley schnctzer and Jim Rugg 560; Lola 1-lippcn and Cecil Williams 554; Martha Wolf and Bill Hip- sen 553; Barb Schnetzer and Terry Schnetzer 541; and Janice lluger and Harding Hanson 540. Mr. Nielsen reports the next Scotch Doubles will be April 25 at 7:30. After the bowling there will be a bowl off for a championship trophy. This will include all the number one winners of the Scotch Doubles season. They will be Lola Hiopen and Dr. Skogmo, Verlaine Johnson and Bill Hippen,.Dick and Joyce Nielsen, Bea McCurry and Everett Schipull. HEART FUND REPORTS Heart Fund chairman for Lu- Verne, Allen Blake, reports $168.20 collected. His workers were Alice Stampka, Alice Coyle, Kathleen Meyer, Doris Johns, Florence Studer, Audrey Baumgartner, Eilene Ernst and Bernice Cox. Mrs. Joel Reding reports for the heart fund are $43.50 for LuVerne township. Co-chairman was Mrs. Lillian Selby. Workers were Mrs. Frank Weber, Mrs. Fred Will, Mrs. Robert Barber, Mrs. Joe Grancl- ganett, Mrs. Everett Schipull, Mrs. Carl Pederson, Mrs. Henry Hefty, Mrs. Peter Plcmmel and Mrs. Owen Curry. SURPRISE PARTY A surprise birthday party was given for Lillian Hesse at her home. Guests were Marilyn Zentner, Mariljui Marty, Connfe' Brainerd, Eunice Blake, Florence Studer, Verlaine Johnson and Doris Johns. They also brought a birthday cake and ice cream. BUS TRIP DATED Aid has chartered a bus to go :o the Lutheran Home for the Aged in Perry and the state institution at Woodward Tuesday, April 6. The cost is $3.25 per aerson. Everyone is to take; >a sack lunch. Anyone interested Albert City, Sunday. Come to Comet's celebration! • We.'re celebrating because we have the liveliest, fieriest lineup of cars in the business waiting for you : tb turn a -key—the 1965 Comets. 10 models, all priced right. And all tough.' All powerful. All beautiful. • We're celebrating because this month is the date of Comet's 5th birthday. And this car has gone a long way in those years: We've just completed the best year in Comet history. Now we're out to top it! Want a popular car? That's Comet! • We're celebrating because the 1965 Comet showed its championship performance by roaring 16,000 miles, from the bottom to the top of the world— from Cape Horn to Fairbanks, Alaska-in 40 days and nights of driving. A free 16-page, full-color booklet about this run is waiting at your Mercury dealer's. • We're celebrating because a specially equipped 1964 Comet, after traveling 100.000 miles at Daytona, went on to complete another 130,000 stop- and-go miles cross country —more than the distance to the moon. And this Comet's hardy engine is still running strong, without a single major repair. Ride Wall Disney's Magic Skyway at the Ford Motor Company Pavilion, New York World's Fair Get your championship deal on the performance-champion Comet Comet the world's 100.000-mile durability champion TAYLOR MOTOR CO is to call Alice ttanselman. Progressive elub met Moriday with' Mrs. Vernon Daley. Speech contestants gave their readings. The speech contestants will go to Sioux City Saturday. Walther League delegates chosen for the Lake Okoboji convention are Beverly feristow arid Colleen Johns. On the decorating committee are Clara and Elaine Schnakenburg and Jarie Hanselman. Delegates elected to go to Squaw Valley Iriterna- tional convention for the Whither League are Clara Schnakeh- burg and Donald Meyer. Guests of the Earl Johns Sunday were the Dean Bbwmanrts, Algona. Guests of the Earl Johns Saturday were the Robert Nielsens. Guests Sunday at Lillian Hesse's were her son, the Rev. Elmer Wehrspans. Guests Sunday at Robert Barber's for birthday dinner for Robert and his mother, Mrs. Pearl Barber, were the Bill Meyers, Jr., Whittemore, Bill Meyers III, Bob Cashes, Clear Lake, and Jack Blisses, Charles City. The A. A. Schipulls visited his sister, the Orville Carlsons, 32Q IAST STATi ST. ALGONA, IOWA A PRODUCT CF MOTOR CC'.'F^y. I ! !; ?0l N-Mt KCURY DIVISION CARD OF THANKS — I want to thank all my friends and relatives for flowers, cards, letters, gifts, and a special thanks to Rev. Usher for his visits while in the hospital. Mrs Earl Manning, LuVerne. Council Minutes TOWN OF LU VERNE LuVerne, Iowa March 1, 1965 . . Council mot in regular session on March 1, with Mayor Mallory . presiding and all councilmen present. Tho minutes were read and approved The following claims were allowed: R. C. Walline - $299.67 DC aine Blumer 301.79 Harold Trauger 110.13 I.P.S. Co. 1 ••— 191.21 Frank Moeding 16.5( State Permit Board : 3.00 Henry A. Hefty - •_ 17.50 Sunray DX , 72.0 Howard Jergens . : lll.OC Lawsbn Hdwe. 88.lt Frank Moeding 10.00 Edwin Hunt 59.50 Carroll- Garage i. 12.4: 'Harding"Hansen ' •_•_• •_•_!: •_•_ 7.00 Billy Miller . 22.75 Ernest Meyer Jr. 13.00 Advance Pub. Co. 106.60 Traugers Mkt. 11.07 Standard Oil Co. 85.04 N.W. Bell Telephone .. 17.19 Nielsen's DX 42.44 Greenberg Auto Supply 58.90 Gary Hefty .. •__ 203.00 Ruger's Class B Beer permit was renewed. $500.00 was appropriated to the school toward an improved lighting system for the boll park. A building permit was granted to Alma Madden for a garage and an addition on her house on Kpssuth Ave. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Receipts for February, 1945: General $19.00 Guests Sunday at Harding ianson's were her parents the Milo Pattersons, and her sister, ;he Miiford McPeaks, Reriwick. The postponed Watther Lea- 'lie social meeting will be held March 25 dt the Lutheran church at 7:30. Biptlim was held Sunday for Jariet Atlh, daughter of the Oari-yl ftsiiws. Proxy sponsors were the Bill Meyers. A dinner was held it A .L. fisher's. The Bill Meyers are moving to Fort Dodge March 28. He Will be employed at the elevator at Otho. The Jack Watts, Btrana Park, Calif., have a boy born March iq, 8. Ib. 13 bz. She is the former Nina Hanson, daughter of the Harold Hansons, formerly LuVerne, how Jiving in Bode. The Herman Pergandes, Hum- bodt, visited the Carl Pergan- des Sunday. Guests Sunday at Clarence Casey's for.Eltse Casey's birthday were tHe Marion Caseys. Eugene Caseys, and the Robert Caseys, Algona. The 500 club met at Harding Hanson's. Prizes went to Harding Hanson, the Henry Heftys, and Wayne Warmbier, 9 bids. The Everett Schipulls were visitors at A. C. Summer's, HUm- boldt. Sunday. Guests at Everett Schipull's Sunday were the Bill McCurrys, R'enwick. Lenten church services will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the EUB church. There will be ah official board meeting of the Methodists after the services. LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Rev. Ralph S. Hindman LuVerne Sunday, March 28 10 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Morning Worship. One Great Hour of Sharing. 7:30 p.m. — Bible Study at the Melvin Marty horhe. tion Lutheran Church Rev. R. T. Mueller LuVerne Sunday School and Bible Class 9:'00. Divine Worship service 10. Lenten services on Wedhes- days a t7:30 p.m., followed by Adult Choir Practice. Walther League Social meeting on Thursday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m. Church School on Fridays from 5 to 7 p.m. Fellowship ClUb meeting on Sunday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday school teachers' meeting on Monday, March 29. Concordia Retirement and Welfare Meeting on Tuesday, March 30, at 8 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran, Algona. LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goodf. Orders To Go. Phone TO 2-3241 •••iiM SANFORD Plumbing ft Healing WAYNE SANFORD it Ritchi* Hog Waterers * Pride-of-Farm Waterert it Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners Phone TU 2-3261 tUVERNB CLINK 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.. Iowa Phone TU 2-3226 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday Night League High Team Series insurance .-- 2741 High Team Game Co-ob/ -- 994 High Individual Series C. Hanselman 589 High Individual Game C. Hanselman 212 Tuesday Night League W L Trauger's 72 36 Beauty Shop 71% 36V 2 K & H Oil - 68V Z 35% Burgess Tavern 59% '48% Patterson's 49% 58% HyLine Chicks 42 62 Les's Barber Shop — 34% 73% Bamboo Lounge ___ 30% 77% . High Team Series > Les's Barber Shop -_•__>.JV$230 High Team Gain* ^ Trauger's - ----- 988 High Individual Series Marlys Stille - 467 High Individual Game Carftien ^Nielson •'—j-~ — 195 Wednesday .Night League • - High Team Series, ; Walnut Grove ___— 2816 High Team Game Walnut Grove 1033 High Individual Series Hanselman 559 High individual Game . O. Lawsqn 228 Thursday 'Night League High Team Game . Burgess 2327 High Team Series Burgess — __ 838 High Individual Series B. Hansen L_ 556 H. Hansen ,_ 548 High Individual Game K. Henderson 209 H. Hansen __'_ 188 Saturday Night League . High Team Series Nielsen's 2149 High Team Game ' Nielsen's 736 High Individual Series Kathryn Casey 521 Al Blake _, 474 High Individual Game ' Kathryn Casey ___.:_ _^___ 196 Al Blake :._ : 177 For''All Your Insurance Neids, Stop and See Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lindebak. This year the bowling results will be sponsored each week by the LuVerne Insurance Agency TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Prices Good Thursday, Friday & Saturday, March 25, 26 A 27 First Lady BREAD 5 Loaves $1,00 HI-C DRINKS 3««.cani89° FRUIT COCKTAIL, No. 2'/2 Cans PEARS or PEACHES 3 <«r $1 Humpty Dumpty SALMON 2 Q«"» 89» FRESH CARROTS P"f- 5« Fashion ; FACIAL TISSUE 5 First Lady IGE CREAM 1 ? Folger's COFFEE Hb.Cwi Monarch Frozen ORANGE JUICE 5c«"*1.M 59' *1.48 CHOPPED HAM 79' Swift's Smoked COOKED PICNICS "• 29* S IB. BOX BACON ENDS t PIECES P«c We reserve the right to limit quantities. LuVerne Athletic Serving begins at 6:30 in lincfcroom. Public is invited to give athlete* of the LuVerne school recognition! Supper served by school cooks, Speaker Bernie Saggau, Assl, Exet, See, I, H S, A. Tickets how on sale at LuVerne Nigh School or from Commercial Club Members, THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY; CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH VERNE BUILDING CO, IV VERNfe CWNiC UJ VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOME LOWELL'S STANDARD Service LU VERJNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO*OP, ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAILER'S JACK SPRAT CENTNER LIVESTOCK

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