Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1965
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Leg broken when cow falls on him Liver mere cow lot doing - While in the chores Monday tfiorning last week Henry Kci- mel caught his foot between some ice and in falling fell against a cow which in turn fell on his leg breaking and splintering the bone between the ankle and knee. Mr. Zcimet somehow managed to crawl over or thru the fence and crawled half way across the farm stird when the barking of the dog alerted Mrs. Zcimet that something was wrong and came oulside and found her husband. He was taken by ambulance to the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge where he will be confined for some time due to the splintering of Iho bone. NEW DAUGHTER An 8 Ib. 3 oz. girl Laura Jean, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge on Friday, March 26. This makes five girls in the family. Grandparents are Mrs. Johanna Smith of Livermore and Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCrady of Dakota City. NEW DAUGHTER A girl, Audrey Jean, weight 6 Ibs. 7 oz., and Mrs. Paul Humboldt at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge Friday, March 19. This makes two boys and two girls in the family, Mrs. McKibben is the former Katie Malkmus. LENTEN SERVICES Lenten Services were held at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening with Rev. Corey of Pocahontas conducting the services. The next Larger Parish Lenten Service will be held at Pocahontas April 1 (Thursday) with Rev. Hindman conducting the services. W.S.C.S. MEETS The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met at the church Wednesday afternoon with 20 members present. The President, Mrs. Herbert Raney, conducted the business meeting and Rev. Worthie Usher gave the lesson. The usual bake sale was held and a pot luck lunch was served. CASH DRAWING Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were: "Buzz" Coleman $50; Judy Collins $50; Mrs. Sylvester Wagner $50; and Nick Klein $20. ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson attended the funeral service at Everly Sunday afternoon for an uncle of Mrs. Carlson's, Mr. Harvey Smith, The following people went to the Carl Olson home Sunday for a supper for the birthday of Mr. Olson: Mr. and Mrs. Louie Householder and Vicki of , Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Mr. and Mrs, Guy Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gronbach and Terri, Mr. and Mrs, Don Christiansen and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson. Mr. and Mrs, Terry Lee and two children of Iowa City spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Collins. On Sunday they had their baby, Brian Robert, baptized at the Lutheran church in Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Armstrong of Algona were the baby's sponsors. A baptismal dinner was held -at the Collin's home and guests were the other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Worby and family of Ottosen, groat grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer and Mrs. Catherine Collins. In the afternoon visitors were, Mr. and Mrs. James Blumer and girls of Ventura, Mrs. Hoy Marlow, Mrs. Jean Marlow and girls of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Collins nnd Larry Halsrud of Cedar Falls. Clayton Jennings and son Charlie of Highmorc, S. D., were overnight guests In the Kenneth Howard home Thursday night. They flew to Ft. Dodge returning home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jennings and two sons, Ron and John, of Miller, S. D., wore overnight guests in the Kenneth Howard home from Friday until Sunday. They came to attend the funeral of Mrs. Jenning's brother, Joe Lentsch, on Saturday. Enroute home on Sunday they attended a family dinner at the John Lentsch home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson vis- litcd their daughter-in-law, Mrs. ,,°^"uu Mr ;< Virgil Wilson at the Lutheran McKibben ^of hospital in Ft. Dodge where she " is a surgical patient. Mrs. C. M. Baker was hostess to the Deal and Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Jim Bormann winning high prize, Mrs. Jim Lempke second high and Mrs. Dick Schultz low. Lunch was served. _ Mrs. Ed Welter of Ionia spent several days last week in the home of her son and family, the Allan Sinclairs and also visited relatives at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Mrs/ Guy Raney, Mrs. Myron Dudley and Anna Murray attended the dedication ceremony of the new United Presbyterian church at Pocahontas Sunday afternoon March 21. Mrs. Jessamine Miller spent a few days last week in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harl Gimer at Renwick. Everett Anderson is a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital , at; i Ft. DOdge., , Supper gveshv.Vyednftday evening in the home of Mrs. Dora Gronbach was her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown, and her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Brown and two children of Chicago who are here visiting in the parental Roy Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott spent Sunday in the home of their son, the Gordon Scott family at Storm Lake. Mrs. Hazel Scott was also a guest there. The Contract Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Harry Clark Saturday, afternoon with Mrs. Gus Boosalis winning high prize. Mrs. Nick Bormann 2nd high and Mrs. Jessamine Miller the bingo prize. A dessert luncheon was served. A few friends went to the home of Carl Olson Thursday evening in honor of his birthday. Cards were the evening's entertainment and a pot luck lunch was enjoyed. TT •!_ Iribun 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1965 Music concert planned at LuVerne Tues. LuVerne ning, April — On Tuesday eve- 6, at 7:30, the Lu- Verne high school music department will present a pro-contest solo and ensemble concert. Vocal and instrumental solos and ensembles will be presented. Ilils concert is given in preparation for the small groups contest which will be held on Saturday, April 10, at Gilmore City, LuVerne will send 23 solo and 7 ensemble entries. Visitors Sunday at Charles Hinz's were the Leo Rosenburns, Fairmont, Virgil Jacobsons, Guckeen, Minn, They brought a basket dinner. Richard Wagner was also present. Other afternoon guests were the Harold Ristau's. Evening guests were the Elbert Nielsens, Britt. All the women are nieces of Alice Hinz. Sunday guests at Lee Witt- STRIKES'N SPARES Monday Night League High Team Series Co-op -_ 2793 High Team Game Co-op 979 Hiqh Individual Series M. Patterson 538 Hiah Individual Game M. Patterson 203 Tuesday Night League Hiah Tnam Series Les's Barber Shop ___ 2238 High Team Game Traugers 792 Hiah Individual Series Marlys Stille 538 Hiah Individual Game . Marlys Stille 198 Wednesday Niaht League Wednesday Night Team Walnut Grove Zentners Live Sanford Plbg* Co-op Elev. 54M> Blakes ^_.'. 49Va Security State Bank —47 Bldg. Comoany ;. 45 L 37 44 46 45% 58% 53 51 69 The Old Timers 27 Hiah Team Series Walnut Grove 2816 H*ah Team Game Walnut Grove Top Six League W i KltiiTs Radio ft TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 379-1602 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO A TV SALES * SERVICE A "RAINY" • ill pretKt th* Mrcuriry (rf r ovr t>«n.«. r fi u r iemll/ '. . . ye*., like o uxingt ectfrwnt. ) 10.000. row men»r rcodily «valtobl* .'. . in no >>pri4*r tli^l p fcunb Mvingi account u the batic Mtiirti/ fw mfe An>ent«)n* then on/ vtt>*i lyf* Yewr aubwnt, in *<V emttv"). U ••ken**. Livermore State Bank Phone 20H — Livermpre 9f F.D.I.C. L 42 49 53 63 66 75 Smith Lumber 74 Pioneer 67 Reinies Groc. 63 K. C. 53 Gales Garage 50 Kay Implement 41 High Team Series Reinies Groc. 2408 Smith Lumber 2350 Pioneer 2278 High Team Game Reinies Groc. 827 Smith Lumber 816 Pioneer 810 High Individual Seriec Lawrence Thilges 516 Leo Bormann 515 Eugene Merts 507 High Individual Game ._ 1033 Hiqh Individual Series C. Hanselman 559 Hiah Individual Game 0. Lawson — _.._ 228 Thursday Night League High Team Game mcir's wore Uie Harold RistaUs. Lori Wlttmeir, daughter of the Gary Wilttncirs, is visiting the Leo Wittmcirs this week. Mrs. Henry Marty returned Thursday from Ames. Carroll Marty's wife Elaine was in the hospital for 10 days and is now convalescing at home. The two Korean children returned home with her while their mother 'is improving. The Bill Goetsches spent Sunday to Wednesday visiting the Jon Putnams and Sheryl Goetsch at Sioux City. Friday Violet Goetsch went to DCS Moines to a North Iowa Conference Town and Country commission at the First Methodist church. Bishop James Thomas was a main speaker. Violet was in charge of the morning session. < Sunday the Bill Goetsches and her mother, Mrs. Jon Sykes, Livermore, went to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, tq see Mrs. Victor Sween, a patient there. She had surgery lasj Thursday and again Tuesday. Ted Mueller spent Thursday to Saturday at his parents the Rev. Muellers. He left Saturdav for San Francisco where he will work. David Mueller also spent the weekend with his parents the Rev. Muellers. He left Sunday afternoon for Ames. The Bill Hardcopfs have a girl born March 23, 9 Ibs. 4 oz., named Angela Jane. Guests at Otto Wilie's Sunday were the Marvin Andersons. 1 ;of Union Grove, Wis,, and the Herman Krauses, Renwick. Guests Sunday at Otto Wi lie's were the Fritz Krauses, Renwick. April 3 the Arthur Dimlers will leave for Clarence for a few days with their daughter, the Don Irieys. ' }\,' An anniversary dinner Wfas held Sunday for the 25th wedding of the Harold Meyers. , Jacqueline Kay, daughter { of the Keith Smiths, Humboldt, was baptized at the Zion Lutheran church in LuVerne Sun : day. Don Meyer was the sponsor and Janet "Wilsttrt a vvitnjess. Mrs. Smith is the former Joyce Meyer, LuVerne; : Tuesday club met at Martha Sneider's. High went to Mrs. Eli Eager and low to Nora Gronbach. The next meeting will be at Clara Wolf's. Fellowship club met at the Zion Lutheran church Sunday evening. Hostesses were the Elmer Gronbachs and Leroy llan- selmans. M-D banquet held Friday at Lu Verne LuVerne — The Mother and Daughter banquet was held at the Methodist church Friday evening. Mrs. Raymond Nelson was in charge of the program. The theme was Patchwork Quilt. They served 128 guests plus 20 workers. Toastmistress was Audrey Weber. Zelda Witzell gave the welcome and Goldie Guess gave the response. A song was sung by Cynthia Usher, Holly DeNio, Sandra Nelson, Sharon Shorey, Debra Wolf, Debra Hefty and Susan Wolf. A group of high school girls sang. They were Linda and Cindy Rugg, Rita Patterson, Dawn Lindebak, Linda Nelson, Nancy Brink, Delores Eggleston, Connie Sanford, Gretchen Zentner, and Zelda Witzell, accompanied by Suzanne Blake. Others on the program were Doris Barber, Kay Hefty, Lavon Mallory, Dawn Lindebak and Linda Nelson. LIBRARY IS BUSY The LuVerne library reports 305 boks checked out in January and 259 in February. A book was donated by the State Historical Society of Iowa, Early Algona, Elda's Cradle by Florence Call Cowles. The library in Lu- Verne has been open for 25 years. ELECTED SECRETARY ' ' Mariann Schade, daughter of the James Schades, Scandinavian Airlines System Inc.; 'Kansas City, has been elected; secretary of the Kansas City Chapter of Bon Vivahts,- a 1 travel Clllb. •;' .• ;" : , •',*' . BOWL IN TOURNEY ! ,1 Two men's teams went to the state Legion bowling tournament at Boone. They were Allen Blake, Jack McClellart, Henry Hefty, Dale Zentner, Clem Stripling, Cecil Watts, Robert Barber, Everett Schipull, Harold Nielsen Jr., and Owen Curry. AT KICK-OFF MEET Florence Stewart attended the South Kossuth Cancer kick-off meeting at Algona Wednesday. The chairmen picked up material for the Crusade to start right after Easter. The Wally Rugeri attended the funeral of Albert Volentine at Burt Thursday. Mr. Volentine was the son Tommy's grand' father. Guest* at Wally Ruger's Sun- WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn shelter. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25tfn FOR RENT — Modern 3 bedroom house near LuVerne. Don Marty, LuVerne. ilw25tfn •nil LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 ffliniiliilliiliiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiaii'iiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiilll.jilii SANFORD Plumbing & Healing WAYNt SANFORD it Ritchie Horj Waterers •* Pride-of-Farm Wa*erar« * Ever .Pure Clorinator water conditioners Phone TU 2-3251 day were the John Stills. Mri. Alton Sw«n»on end Mrv Darlene Curry attended a meet: ing in Hufrtboldt Wednesday/ The Ed Lentil and TtV«*ft Assing were Sunday guests at Marry Fleming's, Corwith, Viiifort at Gerhard Meyeri' two weeks were the. Prank Men- fysy Bfaitleboro, Vermont. The men ate cousins. All visited Wednesday at George Snider's, Bancroft. Jess Jerjenson's mother had surgery at the Lutheran hospital ih Fort Dodge. She is ,92 years old and;iives with her daughter at Vincent. Burgess 2327 High Team Series Burgess ^_ - 838 Hiqh Individual Series B, Hanson 2L - 556 H. Hansen . ... - 548 Hinh Individual Game K, Henderson 209 H. Hansen - 198 Saturdav Night League High Team Series Nielsen's .._ ._ 2245 High Team Game Nielsen's 765 Hioh Individual Series Lola Hippen 551 Bill Hippen 532 Hinh Individual Game Martha Wolf 204 Bill Hippen 188 For All Your Insurance Needs, Stop and See Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lindebak. This year the bowling results will be sponsored each week by the UVWM Insurance Agency Lawrence Thilges Harold Dolder Leonard Rosenau Domino League W Sawyer's ..69 Ms M & M Feeds 69 205 198 197 L 46 Ms 51 48 45 55 Vjt 63'A Andersen Motors 68 K. 0. Hardware 67 Town Tavern 60M; American Legion 56M> High Individual Series Keno Underberg - .... 569 Gene Hanifan 542 Maurice McGee .._ 53? High Individual Game Keno Underberg 225 Gene Hanifan 212 Bud Klein 210 High Team Series Town Tavern 3015 M & M Feeds 2804 Uvermore Oil Co. 2775 High Team Game Town Tavern 1071 M & M Feeds 1017 .Town Tavern .. . 988 LuVerne speech students get top ratings LuVerne — Eleven Division I ratings were received by Lu- Verne Community high school students at the State Speech Contest hejd Saturday, March 27 at Heelan high school in Sioux City. Three contestants received Division II ratings. Ratings received were as follows: interpretive prose, Nancy Brink I and Earl Will I; public address, Dawn Lindebak I and Luana Leek I; radio speaking Daryl Trauger I and John Wickett I; original oratory, Linda Nelson I; dramatic declamation Lenard Johns I and Mary Cronk II; humorous declamation, Jane Hanselman 1, Linda Rugg 1 and Beverly Bristow II; oratorical declamation, Clara Schnakenberg I and Coleen Johns II. Mrs. Anita Walters is the Lu- Verne speech coach. LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8-30^12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 3:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne. Iowa Phone TU 2-3226 1 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 TRAUGIR'S FOOD MnBKET WE GIVE S*H GREEN STAMPS PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI. A SAT., APRIL 1, 2 A 3 Rostidale PEARS No. 2V? Cans 3 for $1.00 , Quart Jar MIRACLE WHIP 49° Butternut COFFEE 31*. Can $1.98 Swahsdown CAKE MIXES 4 r*ss. $1.«o RED BEANS, PORK A BEANS, WHITE BEANS, Etc. _ Can lOc Charmin TOILET TISSUE Van Camp PORK ft BEANS Skinner MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 2th. 12 ROLLS $1.°° 5 CANS $1.0° Green Top RADISHES * GREEN ONIONS Bunch Gus Closer Course Groundv ., . ,•'-, .Ring AL L • M E A T B 0 L 0 G N A 58 C PIOBEER CHEEII Swift's Spiced LUNCHEDNMEAT Selected BEEF ROAST Fresh FRYIHC CHICKENS . We reserve the right to limit quantities. Lb. 39* 49' SM Us For Vow MflYTflC WASHER & DRYER MONARCH KITCHEN RftHGE HOOVER vacuum HEATING - PLUMBING - WIRING Lawson Hardware LU TU VERNE 23370 RENWICK 222? Zing into spring! 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