Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 8
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50 attend Mason and Star dinner Uvermere — 50 people attended a Mason and Star family night pet luck supper at the Masonic hall Friday evening. Mrs. Earl Armstrong acted as master of ceremonies. Several musical selections wore played by the children and Mrs. Ray Falb accompanied the children on the piano for group singing. Mrs. Tonimie Kissinger gave a reading and six members put on a style show for Easter bonnets. Dingo was played. Those in charge of the food was Mrs. Jessamine Miller. Mrs. Harry Clark Dolder. and Mrs. Harold BOWLING NEWS The annual bowling tourna' ment of the Humboldl county Men's Bowling Association has been completed and the results are as follows: Teams M & M Feeds 3043 Livermore Oil 2995 Corn Belt 2990 Tony's Cafe 2980 Livermore Bank 2968 All Events Roger Foley 1937 .Tim Terwilliger 1933 Walter Tinken 1930 Laurence State '. 1907 Harland Berge 1904 Double* D. Reding and 0. Wagner _ 1281 Jim Terwilliger and D. Baker 1264 T. Brown and J. Cox 1263 R, Torgerson and K. Good 1262 R, Klinker and F. Stamper ___ 1256 Singles Lowell Shelgren 697 Wendell Prior 693 Ted Simonsen 689 Kenneth Nielsen 685 Harland Berge 673 ENTERS SERVICE • John Groh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh, entered the service on March 16 and is now • stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, • Mo., where he will take his basic training for the army. Prior to entering the service, John had been taking management training at the Holiday Inn chain of hotels in various parts of the country. He graduated from •Wartburg college in Waverly ;.last year. vaBB ^_ HU _ IH NEW DAUGHTER A 5 Ib. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pizner of St. Paul, Thursday, April 1. This makes three girls and one boy in the family. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Rummens. APRIL MEETING The Order of Eastern Star will hold their April meeting next Tuesday evening, April 13 at the local lodge rooms with a special Estral. program planned for Scottish Rite temple which honored all Masonic officers in the area. The Master Degree team of Tulsa, Okla., conferred the degree on a group of candidates in two sections, one at 4 p.m. and the other in the evening at 7:30. Over 1,050 officers attended the meeting. Mr. and Mn. Donald Helter, Ron and Linda of Spencer visited in the home of his mother. Mrs. Lela Heiler. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davit and family of Algona visited in the home of his uncle, Bill Davis Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott visited Everett Andersen at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Groh was hostess to the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock luncheon was served and at cards Dorothy Becker won high prize, Joyce Foth low and Nina Wilson traveling. Richard Fullerton who attends college at Cedar Falls has been spending a 9-day spring vacation at his home. Mrs. Albert Grandgenett of Manila visited in the home of her parents from Monday until Saturday last week. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Ferstl. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm at tended funeral services for a friend, Mrs. George Walker, at Waverly Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue returned Thursday after spend- ng the past six weeks in the Larry Stiltz home in Biloxi Miss. In the evening they were entertained at the Keith Logue lome to a "Welcome Home' aarty. Other family members present were: Mr. and Mrs. Don aid Logue of Humboldt, Mr. anc Mrs. Donald Armstrong of Al gona, Mr. and Mrs. RonaU Schultz of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz and Mrs. Gary Schultz of Cedar Falls. A socia evening was spent and luncl was served. The 500 Card club met at the Henry Groh home Sunday eve ning, for a 6:30 pot luck suppe and an evening of cards. Those winning high prize were Gertie Fort and Lloyd Wagner, low prizes went to Florence Dit trich and Bill Wilson, Raymonc Dittrich won the traveling prize There were three tables of cards in play. Mrs. Elmer Gronbach and Mary and Mrs. Bob Gronbach and children went to the Marvin Lamb home Wednesday afternoon to help Dougie Lamb celebrate his third birthday and help him enjoy his birthday cake. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met n the Fellowship hall Thursday afternoon for their mission meeting. Mrs. Ernest Haack was .he presiding officer and Mrs. John Sharp gave the Mission esson, A movie was shown of the Bethesda Home at Water:own, Wisconsin which is a home for retarded children and sponsored by the Lutheran church. Lunch was served by Mrs. Edwin Hanselman and Mrs. Herman Hanson. Tr i b u n e 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED At PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE LuVerne 4-H club winner junior title LuVerne — The final game for the 4-H basketball championship was played Monday at the Burt gymnasium. The LuVerne Eager Beavers won the junior championship. They were presented 4-H signs. They played Penton. The final score was 4623 with Paul Swanson leading the scoring with 13 points for LuVerne. BABY BAPTIZED Shelly Ann, infant daughter of the Richard Krauses, was baptized at the Zion Lutheran church Sunday. Sponsors were Mrs. Louis Jacobson and Howard Krause. TO LAS VEGAS The Arthur Dimlers left Saturday for Clarence to stay with their daughter, the Don Irierys. Tuesday they will leave by train for Las Vegas for 3 weeks with their daughter Shirley and the Fred Pfeiffcrs. Biddies and Kiddies Card club met Tuesday with Doris Johns. High went to Kay Henderson, low, Pat Ramus, travel, Dorothy Strand, nine bids, Marcia Arends. WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn shellcr. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25tfn FOR RENT — Modern 3 bod room house near LuVerne. Dor Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25t.fn In play KEITH HINDMAN, right, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hind- Keith Kubly married in Illinois April. 3 LuVerne — The Warren Park Presbyterian church, Cicero, 111., was" the setting on April 3, for the wedding of Alice Lee Frantes, daughter of Mrs. Emily Frantes, Berwyn, 111. and the late Antori Frantes and'Keith E. Kubly of Melrose Park, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Corwith/The double ring service was read by Rev. Robert E. Weinman.' Miss Adreinne Rott was maid of honor.. Miss Jacqueline Janda and Miss Suzanne Steffens, cousins of the bride were bridesmaids. Harold Walz was best man. Dale Kubly, brother of the groom and James Janda, cousin of the bride were groomsmen and ushers. The dinner reception was held at the Elmhurst Country Club. After a wedding trip to Jamaica, British West Indies, man, LuVerne, Iowa, recently the couple will be at home after played the part of Tartuffe in April 13 in Berwyn, 111. the Westmar college production of Tartuffe, a comedy by the French dramatist Moliere. Mr. Hindman is a pre-medical student at the Le Mars, Iowa, school where he is a junior. Skelly CASH DRAWING Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were Eloda Heschberger $50, Jeannie Reding $50, Joan Malkmus $30, Wilder Rockwood of LuVerne, Herb Raney and Norman Scott went to Des Moines Saturday to attend a Masonic meeting at the 1 Klein's Radio & TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE a> Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 3790602 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO A TV SALES & SERVICE Tuesday Niqht League High Team Series Traugers 2242 Hiqh Team Game Top Six Bowling League Iflr Smith Lumber 77 Reinies Groc. —.. 71 Pioneer ——,. 70 K. C. ,54 L 43 53 50 66 59 83 STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday Night League High Team Series 2793 Hiah Team Game Corner Store 1016 High Individual Series G. Schnetzer 555) High Individual Game C. Casey .._ 241 K & H Oil 842 * EASTER HATS * ACCESSORIES We've 09t so miny exciting Easter things in our store — Hats, Glove*, Bags and all the tfoncfcrfyliy spring thing* that makes this time of year so editing. Won't ygy stop in ajid tee. MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" MVERAA9*! Gales Garage 51 Kay Impl 41 High Individual Game Joe Becker 234 Ervin Mortz , 216 Virgil Smith 204 High Team 3 Garnet Reinies Groc. -* 2550 Smith Lumber r — 24.58 Pioneer 2325 High Team Game Reinies Groc. 944 Smith Lumber 882 Pioneer 837 High Individual 3 Games Ervin Mertz 546 Joe Becker 542 Barney Thilges 530 Domino League M & M Feeds _. 73 51 K. 0. Hardware 71 49 Sawyer's WVt 50Vfe Andersen Motors 69 55 Town Tavern 65Mi 58M> Dick's 62 Vfe 57 Ms American Legion 56 M: 67V? Mike's Standard - 55 65 Livermore State Bank 40M- 7Hi} Livermore Oil Co. 37 l /i 82M> High Individual Series Chet Ogan - 569 Keno Underberg 567 Glen Hawkins 558 High Individual Gam* Keno Underberg 246 Rich Thul 243 Glen Hawkins 224 High Team Series Dick's . - 2846 Town Tavern 2822 Mike's Standard 2780 High Te»m Game Dick's 972 Town Tavern 961 Mike's Standard 959 54 YiARS — Oren Spangler, M^nson, h|$ announced, his re tirement a$ Illinois Central sta tion agent. He worked for 54 years for the railroad beginning in 1913. With his daughter, Mil died, be wiU continue to make Hanson his home. High Individual Series Kathryn Casey 496 Hiah Individual Game Burnell Dawson 199 Wednesday Night League High Team Series Sanfords 2784 High Team Game Sanfords 978 High Individual Series H. Will 567 High Individual Game A. Blake 213 Thursday Night League Thursday Night Team W Burgess 72 32 Robinson - 63 Zentner 51 Patterson —: 44 Gronbach 45 Lewis Pearson, 82 of LuVerne, dies Friday LuVerne — Funeral services for Lewis S. Pearson, 82 of LuVerne, were held Monday at the Methodist church here. Key. Worthic K. Usher officiated and burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with the Blake funeral J?Ome. ;( in..C,hjW;gq. i ,,v ;„,,; i,,.;;,;!." Mr. Pearson died Friday at the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. lie had been living at Friendship Haven there for the past six years. He was born at Marian, Kans. and came to the LuVerne-Ren- wick area when still a young man. He was married in 1910 and his wife preceded him in death in 1958. Closest survivor is a brother, T. L. Pearson of Oklahoma City, The bride is a graduate of J. Sterling Morton high school, Ci cero, 111. and is a secretary to Lhe Dean of Morton Junior College, Cicero, 111. The groom is a graduate of LuVerne high school, LuVerne, and Iowa State University, Ames. He is an Electrical Engineer at Zenith Radio Corp. on Chicago, 111. Out of town guests at the wedding from Iowa were the prooms parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Corwith. Dale Kubly, brother of the groom, Ames; Mrs. Henry Kubly, grandmother, LuVerne; Mrs. Arthur Carlson, aunt of groom, Cowrie; Mrs. Wilmer Koessel, cousin of Lake View; Mr., and Mrs. Laverne Jeffers, formerly of Lu- Verne, but now of Whitewater, Wis.; and George Jeffers, Milwaukee, Wis. ""A'reception for the couple will be held on May 2nd at the Hethodist church in LuVerne. Moines. Entertainment was by the Kossuth 4-H chorus. Guests Sunday at Howard Curry's in Bode for the April birth' days of Diane, Pam, Irene and Owen Curry were the Owen Cur* rys, Harold Mitsvens and Marilyn, Ft. Dodge, and Mrs. Esther Curry, Rutland. The Robert Barbers attended the funeral of Ben Walker Tuesdays at the Methodist church in West Bend. 110 attend LuVerne cage Banquet here LuVerne — About 110 athletes, parents, cheerleaders and friends attended the 16th an nual LuVerne high school athletic banquet Thursday night, April 1 at the school. Rev. R. T. Mueller said grace and Allen Blake of the Commercial Club gave the welcome. Clara Schnakenberg and John Wickett, representing the girls and boys basketball teams made remarks. Supt. L. B. Shelton introduced the guest speaker, Bernie Saggau of the IHSAA and Coach Jryce Wickett concluded the jrogram with the presentation >f awards. Reldmiller, Mrs. William B. Devine and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell receiving prizes. Mrs. Peter Bormann has the club April 22. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965 The Leroy Nepples, LaCrosse, Wis., spent the weekend with Mrs. Nepple's parents, the Orville Wagners. Okla. TWIN BOYS BORN The Tom McClellans have Humboldt 43 57 Pawson 46 62 Corwith Welding 44 60 High Team Gam* Dawson 2257 High Team Series Dawson . 838 Hioh Individual $erie« J. Henderson 605 B. Hansen 495 Hiqh Individual Game J. Henderson 235 K. Henderson 196 Saturday Night League High Team Series Nielsens 2152 High Team Game Minrulax 751 Hioh Individual Series uail Wolf 5Q2 Lola Hippen 481 Hioh Individual Game ail Wolf Lola Hippen 209 191 For AM Your Insurance Needs, Stop and See Your Friendly !niyranc« Agent, Ed LJndefeak. This year the bowling result* will be NMnsored each week by the LuVirae Iniuranct Agency twin boys born March 28 at Denver, Colo. They weighed 5 Ibs. 11 oz. and 6 Ibs., and are named Clinton Thomas and Greg Reyes, Grandfather is Glen McClellan, Des Moines, and the great grandmother is Clara McClellan, LuVerne. AT ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Womens Society of Christian Service was held at Clarion April 1, The theme was We An swer Lord. Attending were Mrs. Bryan Stewart, Mrs. John Vos§ Jr., Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mrs. Bilj Goetsch, Mrs. Worthy Usher, Mrs. Allen Blake. Mrs. Duane Neal and Lucinda Stone. Mrs. Bertha Nelson, Frost, Minn., is visiting her daughter, the Earl Hanselmans. Guests Sunday afternoon at Richard Krause's were the Howard Krauses, Louis Jacobsens, Ottosen, and Edward Zinnels, Ottosen, the Clarence Krauses, Emma Krause, Martha Hinz and Rev. R. T. Muellers. < Friday a group surprised Bee, neice Cox at her home with 3 birthday cake. They were Ardis Rockwood, Faye Lichty, Myrtle Richardson and Harriet Schultz, Friday guests at John Cox's were the Dean Houghs, Minneapolis, and the Roger Heiters. Sunday guests at John Cox's were the J. R. Houghs, Plover. Sunday guests at Stanley Egel's were the Albert Rennen- gers. The Q. L. Qsbprnes, Ames, visited the Howard Swansons Wednesday. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church Sunday for the first time for Lorine Berte, daughter of the Joseph Bertes Sr., St. Joseph, and Charles G. Albrecht, son of the Edward Albrechts, Clare; She is employed by Marso-Rodenborn Manufacturing Co., Ft. Dodge and he is employed at Iowa Beef Packers, Inc., Ft. Dodge. An April 26 wedding here is planned. Ann Elizabeth, daughter of A card club met at Martha Schneider's. High went to Mrs. !li Eager and low to Mrs. Nora Gronbach. Guests were Mrs. Adolph Koester and Amelia Hanselman. Mrs. John Still returned Sunday from St. Ann hopsital in Algona. The Bill Goetsches and Duane Rileys, Algona, attended the sports show at Minneapolis over the weekend. The Robert Hardcopfs went to Grundy Center Wednesday to visit their daughter, the David Harpers. On the way home they stopped in Mason City to see their daughter Sally, the Darrell Ludwigs. Attending the Farm Bureau meeting in Algona Friday were Rosie Hardcopf, Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, Mrs. Dennis Carroll, Mrs. Melvin Marty, Mrs. Vernon Eggleston and Mrs. Dwight Savage. The Bryan Stewarts and Mrs. John Cox attended the funeral of Mrs, Julie Jergenson at Eagle Grove Friday. Guests Sunday of Faye Lichty were her son, the DeRae Uch- tys, Mason City, The Auxiliary met Monday at the city hall. The topic was child welfare. Entertainment was by Minnie Davidson and Norma Watts. Hostesses were Marjorie Shelton and Lucinda Stone. The Owen Curry* attended the Kossuth Beef Producers annual meeting and. banquet Wednesday at the Garrigan high school in Algona. Speaker was Lee KUne of WHO radio, Des the John Capesiuses, born Mar. 30 in St. Ann hospital in Algona, was baptized by Rev. Leo C Schumacher in St. Joseph's church Sunday. Sponsors were Nicholas Capesius and Mrs. Jim Capesius. Mrs, Robert Berte and daughters spent several days last week with her parents, the Leslie Jensens; who moved last week from a farm near Garner ;o Lakota. Mr. Jensen will be town marshal. Mrs. Tony Becker had her 500 club Thursday with Margaret LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R, Q. BRAINERQ OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 9-.3Q u> 13:0Q 1;00 to 5:QQ 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 3:00 £l9«f4 «U (lay Wednesday LuVerne. Iowa Phone TU 2-32216 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-33Q4 IIIIPIIIllllllIIIIIi'llllllllllllllllIlllllllllillllliMIIIIWIllllll" LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go, Phone TU 2-3241 SANFORD Plumbing: ft Heating WAYN5SANFORD * Ritchie HQQ Waterers * Pride-pf-Farm Waterer* * Evtr Pure Clorinator water conditioners Phone TU 2-3291 Now is the time to SMART decorators use Hank'* dyribie and Iwaytifyl SATIN ENAMEL t« keep kitchen and b*throom willf frtfh and sparkling longer. White $6.95 gallo*. LAWSON HARDWARE TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE S*H GREEN STAMPS Prices Good Thursday, Friday & Saturday, April 8, 9 ft 10 BOOK MATCHES •« 10* ROYAL JELLO Box 6 s FOLDER'S COFFEE Lb. 69' Orange Drink Hi-fi Green Top RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS 3 BUNCHES 19" A M 5 Cans Each H S1.88 First Lady ICE Sno Croo Frozen GRAPE JUICE Short Sleeve SWEAT SHIRTS Ladies A Children*' canvas SHHFS Pr. SIM Tastv Loaf CHEESE SPREAD Box Swift's Big Bologna LUNCHEON MEAT ">• Gus Glaser SHIPPED BEEF 3 N<gs- $1 FRYING CHICKENS Each Dubuque Canned PICNICS 3ln.Can Swift's Premjum .,. . . . .. ...... ,..,-.. ROM HP STEAK lb. We reserve the right to limit quantities. 69' 48* SI 89 HOW MUCH PROPERTY TAXES DID IPS PAY IN YOUR COUNTY LAST YEAR? COUNTY . IfW PROPERTY TAXES Avdubon ,, $ 72,097.57 Black Hawk,,,, «,,,,,... , 1,330,994.30 Br*mtr .,,,.,. 59,139.38 Buchanan , ; 33,792.03 Buena Vista 221,201.62 Butler ,.,.., 77,119.55 Celhoun , ,,,, 70,352,9b Carroll , 131,962.22 Cerro Qordo ,,,...,,.,,,.«< , 12,881.67 Cherok.e ..,,,,......,..,.,...,,.,,, 96,458.7$ Chickasaw ,, ,,..,......,. 23,859.52 Clay .,,...,,,...,,.,,MM.,......... 2,401.49 Crawford , 42,340.36 Floyd 112,260.75 Franklin ,,,, , ,,,,,,,.,, 92,632.14 GrUndy .M.MIMMMMMMMMMM.. 4,829.40 Humboldt , ,., , 79,252,43 M* ....MM,.,,,.,,M,..,M,,M,,,M 61,594.70 Ko»suth ,,......MM..,,,, 4,448.51 (.you .,,..„..,,.,,,,.., 17,329.71 Monona. I,|,M>«IM»..«..MIM...> 27,642,65 O'Brien .„,,.»,,,.,.,.,....,,.,,,,,, 92,695.49 f«le Al)p ,,.,,........it..MM,...., 53,552,53 Plymouth , ,,,,.,,, 119,693.36 Pog»honta« , M «»«»".•«....»... 26,498.86 5ac •••.>...tKtinii.KitiiiiMti. 100,757,84 24,038.90 96.448.72 959.12 9,337.02 1,630,253.77 164,062.J6 .«»Mju«m»«iitttnitnn«i ....(................1...... , - , Woodbun/ ?» fight »MHI!«mUMflM!!J»lll ,,,,,„„,. T«»f! paid by IP$ during 1964 tool 21 $t"h of ev»ry dollar y« r«e»iv»d from our cut»opn»rs. Quc total tax bill last year Vaj flQ.f million, made up of property, Income and other taxes. IPS if prey,*] to be * tax-paying citizen . . . helping to support ichoojf, hio,hw|y|. Rational d*ffnj| anj ether fiyi9 an$l governmental Iowa Public Service Company

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