Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
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41 Lutherans take bus trip to Woodward I the Legion hall Friday ftoon. A j large crowd attended. i Mrs. J. F. Hamm was hot;less t.o the Delia Dek Bridge 'club at her home Friday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert lunch[eon was served and at cards jMrs. Joe Sanders received high i prize. Mrs. Ted Wagner second bers of the Lutheran church nw . . of Uvermore and LuVerne pack- i ^ Pierian United Worn- ed a sack lunch and boarded a chartered bus Tuesday morning for a trip to Perry and Woodward. At Pern- Uiev toured en Society met at the home of Mrs. Jessamine Miller Wednesday afternoon for their April s-isrg <%£-?& s'-" pssr-'fc Lutheran church and ate their T «L Tribune 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 15,1945 Uvermore Oil Co. 967 Mike's Standard 960 Top Six League business meeting, the hostess i Smith Lumber gave the devotions and Mrs. Al- " ' ^^^^&*^^jg2si r^rsss? r FS :SVHlr^™ 5T!* % « kf? » K J-Mr" % 'SZfSS Smi ,K W 80 Reinie's Groc. __________ 73 Pioneer K. C. 71 55 Gales Garage 53 Kay Implement 44 ; High Team 3 Garnet i Smith Lumber Egg hunt for LuVerne kids on Saturday LuVerne — The LuVerne LB- 2550 j gj on yyju sponsor an egg hunt L 44 bo 53 69 71 84 visit the Arts and Crafts build- home in Humboldt April 4 toiKeinie's Groc. 2388 Saturday, April 17. Hunters are their grandson, Jacques S3^?SS, tbe i5SSi 1 SSi««» to •*• *»* *«"»Pastor and Mrs. Stock, Mrs. Karl ; His grandmother took him 'a Baessler, Mrs. Fred Hintz, Mrs. j bunny birthday cake. Elmer Gronbach. Mrs. Duane U^ljJ^'?^;^*"** 1 -^^' \Tnnd Mr* ram«r Wonrtf Mrc i Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge last week where she had surgery. Wood. Mrs. Elmer Wendt, Mrs. Carl Hanselman. Mrs. Glen Schultze, Mrs. Edwin Hanselman. Mrs. Gerald Larson, Mrs. Adolph Koester, Mrs. Raymond Graaf and Mrs. Otto Jaegels. VOTE OF THANKS The Town Marshal, Earl Armstrong-and his helper, Noble Harris, deserve a vote of thanks from the town people for their untiring effort to clear the sidewalks, streets, scoop out parking spaces and helped in every way possible during the blizzards we have had this winter. Pioneer High Team Game Smith Lumber _____________ 929 Pioneer __________________ 858 Smith Lumber ------------- Bo-i High Individual 3 Games Al Sinclair ________________ 572 Ervin Mertz __________________ 567 to go to tne city hail lor numbered sacKs wun prizes to be gjven by the mercnants. In cnarge is August Hergande and BlOCK. DAUGHTER BORN An 8 Ib. 1 oz. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. James E. Albus of Humboldl, at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge April 3. There is another little girl in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Klein are the maternal grandparents. NEW DAUGHTER Friends have received word that a girl, Traci Ann, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Miller, of Popejoy on March 20. This makes three girls in the family. Both Mr. and Mrs. Miller are former teachers of the Livermore schooL CHANGES JOBS Kenneth Smith who has been working at Mike's Oil Station •will work at the Keno Underberg farm this summer. Danny Collins will work at'ltfe" Oil ISta"- tion. APPRECIATION DAY The Farmers Elevator held an Appreciation Day Ham and Fish dinner for their customers at Neil's Radio & TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 379-1602 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV SALES a\ SERVICE One call does it all when it comes to money matters TRY US! Livermore State Bank Phone 2011 — Livermore Member of F.D.I.C. Overnight visitors in the home of Mrs. Jessamine Miller on Thursday were a niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Klossner of St. Paul, who were en- route home from visiting in Missouri. Dinner guests in their honor Thursday evening at Mrs. Miller's were Mr. and Mrs. Harl Gimer, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gimer and two sons, all of Renwick, Mrs. Esther McLees and Mr. Lawrence Murray of Fort Dodge and Miss Anna Murray of Livermore. They lefl for Iheir home Friday morning. Those attending the Lutheran Sunday School Teachers Insli- tute of the Algona Zone al Swea Cily were Pastor Slock, Mrs. Carl Hanselman and daughter Christine, Mrs. Harold Hauck, Mrs. Fred Hintz and Adolph Koester. During the election of officers Mrs. Hintz was elected ;ecretary-treasurer of Ihe Institute for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barton entertained Ihe Schillz Bowling team, which is sponsored by the Town Tavern, al Iheir home Sunday afternoon and also had them as supper guests. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Underberg and Erik, Mr. and Mrs. De Verne Holmes and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Malkmus, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor, Edwin Klein, Mrs. Yvonne Smith and Diane. ,„ Mrs; Irvit Jessamine Miller attended Ihe School of Instruction for Ihe Order of Eastern Star al Renwiek Wednesday evening. \ Mr. and Mrs. Albin Anderson of Thompson visited in Ihe Marcia Berryhill home Sunday afternoon. Mr. end Mrs. John Row lei of Ft. Dodge, the new president of the Livermore State Bank, entertained the bank personnel and directors at a dinner al Charlie's Supper Club al Algona Tuesday evening. Those sharing Ihe courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Kennelh Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. John Thul. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Bormann were unable to attend due to bad road-conditions, • Domino League W L M & M Feeds 74 54 K. 0. Hardware 74 50 Andersen Molors 73 55 Sawyer's 72% 51% Town Tavern 65% 62% Dick's 64% 59% American Legion 57% 70% Mike's Standard 56 68 Liverroore Slate Bank 42% 73% Livermore Oil Co. -40% 83% High Individual Series Don Becker Ml Rich Sawyer 540 Mert Sawyer 532 MEMORIAL MEETING Cemetery Memorial Soci- Clarence Meyers 5ou ;ety met Thursday at tne city High Individual Game nail, 'iney Had a quiz and play- George Markman 212 j ea Diri g 0 rave ucnty gave a Al bormann ________________ 211 Virgil Smith ______________ 207 Prt -school party at Livermore Livermore — A pre-schpol party for children starting Kindergarten next Fall will be held in the lunch room at the Uver- reading in connection with an excnaiige of plants and bulbs. Tnere were 21 memoers present witn guests Mrs. Carl &chi- puli ana ivirs. .bester Srmtn. Hostesses were tiertna bchipuil, Clara Wok, Alice Hinz and *aye ucnty. CANCER KICK-OFF Tne Cancer Crusade chairman, Florence Stewart, will have more school at 9:30 a.m. on a kick-oil collee lor crusade Thursday, April 22. workers April 19 at 10 a.m. at Mrs. McCormick, the County | tne city hall. Nurse will be there to explain the procdures for Ihe physical j INITIATION HELD and dental examinations and The Auxiliary met Monday al complete Ihe necessary forms, the city hail, and initiation was A child must be fvie years of age on or before Sept. lo to enter kindergarten. 4-H club news LuVERNE LIVEWIRES LuVerne Livewires met Teresa Gilligan's April 10. A demonstration was given by Teresa Gilligan. Talks were given by Kathy Trauger, Zelda Witzel and Phyllis Blumer. Re- held. Entertainment was by Minnie Davidson and Norma Watts. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Marjone Shelton and Uicmda Stone. DATE SCOTCH DOUBLES The next Scotch Doubles bowling party is scheduled for April 20. There will also be a bowl-oif of all the winners. a l | A trophy will be presented to | the hign couple. The Frank Gronbachs are on vacation at Lake Ozark in Missouri. _ Alice and Lester went 's hospital Sun- STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday Night League High Team Series Standard Oil 2720 High Team Game Bamboo Lounge 947 High Individual Series Bob Nielsen 548 High Individual Game W. K. Usher 204 ! day to visit Charlie Hinz. He is getting along well. The John Rugers Jr., Fenton, visited Sunday at the John Ruger's Sr. The 500 club met with Clara Wolf Tuesday. High went to Helen Gilligan and low to Clara McClellan. Guests were Amelia Hanselman and Helen Gilligan. Circle II met with Helen Usher Wednesday. Devotions were by Eleanor Kubly and the lesson by Helen Usher. Lunch was served by Martha Wolf. Charlie Hinz had surgery Thursday at Veteran's hospital in Des Moines. His address is Room W508, Veteran's Hospital, Des Moines. The Ernest Habegars, West Bend, visited her parents, the Jonn Rugers Sr., Sunday. Janice Kuger attended a shower Saturday in Mason City lor her niece, s>usan Jiminez. Circle III met Wednesday with Viola Krause. Devotions were by Lila Hoil and lesson by Fern IMeaL Guests were Emma Krause and Mrs. Ricnara Krause. j Visitors Sunday at the John Voss's Jr. for the tth birthday oi Craig Voss were the Deimar Vosses, Eagle Grove, and Keitn Vosses, LuVerne. Guests Sunday at William Schipuil's were the Lyle !>chi- pulls, Ringsted, and Raymond actupulls, iiumbolat. I he Howard iwansons visited her parents, tne G. L. Osbornes, Ames, Sunday. Darlene McClellan entered Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Sunday. She was scheduled lor surgery Monday. 1 ne Jon Putnams, Sioux City, were weekend guests at ism Goetsch's. Sunday the Jon Putnams and William Goetsches attended the confirmation of David Riiey, son ol tne Duane Rileys, Algona. Ai- ter services they were guests at Van's cafe. Tuesday Violet Goetsch attended an all day meeting at the Methodist churcn in Iowa Falls. It was a training session for district officers of the Women's Society of the North Iowa Conference. /,Circle I met.at Helen Larson's In Humboldl Wednesday. Devotions were by Lucille Legler and .the lesson was by Ollie Stoll. . Jay Jay club met at Helen Larson's Thursday in Humboldt. t ., Entertainment was by Florence {Stewart. Prize winners of a writ- j ten quiz were Gertrude Helti, j Violet Goetsch and Ardis Rockwood. Mrs. Bernard Wolf, a former member, was a guest. Mrs. Cora Burk of Renwiek visited the Henry Kublys Thurs- ^ day. John Zimmerman visited the Henry Kublys Friday. Clara Baumgartner is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Owen Curry attended an afternoon luncheon lor the confirmation of Cathy Mitsven in Bode. Will Marty is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. M.Y.F. went to a district rally at Gilmore City Sunday evening. Friday evening the Sunday School Teachers and parents hau a meeting at the Methodist church. There were 35 present. The Duane Tobeys, Readlyn, visited at the home of her mother Jessie Stripling over the weekend. Sanora Stripling of Des Moines was home also for the birthday of their mother Jessie. Sunday guests of the Ernest Meyers were the Charles Browns of Sanborn, and Carl Browns, Algona. Guests Saturday at Carl Hanselman's were the David Trau- gers. Sunday they were guests at Harold Trauger's. TRAUGIR'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS \ Prices Good Thursday, Friday * Saturday, April 15, 16 A 17 Buttr' Topp ANGELFOODCAKES 29e Fruit No. 303 Cans For COCKTAIL ORANGE DRINK 3 c "" Folger's COFFEE 2 Lb. Can •j 7~ f Frozen STRAWBERRIES A"* $ 1°° QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT* AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District LuVerne Community Township LuVerne County Kossuth-Humboldt I do hereby certify that this report .is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial rpatters of the board of said district for the quarter ending March 31, 1965. :* "•' ' '; Rose Patterson ,' • Secretary. Tuesday Night League High Team Series FINANCIAL -STATEMENT SchoolhoMM Fund Balance from Previous Quarter . ^ 468.07 j Total Receipts for Quarter \ , 647.75 I Total to Account for ^ 1,115.82 Balance from Previous BurgeSS Tavern 2196 j Balance at End of Quarter High Team Game j Burgess Tavern 810 High Individual Series Norma Watts 511 High Individual Game Norma Watts 208 Wednesday Night League High Team Series 1.115.82 General Fund Quarter J 45,176.83 Total Receipts for Quarter ..' 6,279.88 i Total to Account for ^^. OFFICE SUPPLIES AT THE ADVANCE NOTICE LuVerne Business Places will be closed from 9:30 a.m. to noon in observance of GOOD Friday! LUVERNE Commercial Club Cans dozen Sturgeon Bay >v ";'/-•'• CHERRY PIE MIX ORANGES 3 Green Top Radishes or Green Onions GIANT TIDE pk * With Certificate for Free Game of Bowling $100 $]00 Bunch 5" 79" Grade A Large While Eggs for Coloring Dubuque 5 Lb. Can CANNED HAMS SWIFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKED HAMS, CANNED HAMS, PICNICS, TURKEYS, Etc. Lb. CHOPPED HAM Swift's WIENERS Lb "* 79" 45' EASTER FLOWERS ON ORDER We reserve the right to limit quantities. n m i TH-I mm H-I-M 11111111111-'.; 51,456.71 Expenditure! Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter ,r._v- 33,189.17 ! (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) 2724 i Other Worrorlts Issued — amount i 11,601.63 216 210 jjerry Becker iDick Foth 209 High Team Series i Andersen Motors 2849 ! Sawyer's 2848 ! Livermore Oil Co. 2794 | High Team Game .' Andersen Motors . _ -- 1011 High Team Game Walnut GrOVe 948 i Balance at High Individual Series { R. Barber 553 High Individual Game R. Barber 214 Thursday Night League Thursday Night Team W L Burgess 75 33 Robinson .-.67 49 Zentner 52 48 Patterson -... 45 55 Gronbach ... .45 Humboldt . - ...... -47 Dawson ............. . _ .. . 50 Corwith W. 47 High Team Game Corwith High Team Series Total Expenditures .. End of Quarter 44,790.80 6,665.91 Balance from Previous Quarter Total Receipts for Quarter Total to Account for Balance at End of Quarter Special Ci Fund 505.70 7.36 513.06 513.06 General Fund Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What Amount 61 62! 61; Advance Publishing Co. Allyn & Bacon Amencan Book Co. -09 i American Educ. Publ. American Standard Corp. Burstein-Applebee Co. Bureau of Publications Bureau of Audio-Visual Burgess Publishing Co. ; Carroll Garage _,„„ I Creative Educ. Sociely . 2126 1 Croft Educ. Services . ; Children's Press, Inc. _ i Corner Store 751 F. E. Compton Co. ... .... . .... IP • . Crouse Cartage Co. __ High Individual Series i oozor M* O . Co. C rtnuKn KA4 I Decker Bros. _ . QUCbe . _ . - . - »« . Educ Music Bureau ... B Hansen - 460 \ Everett Edwards Press High Individual Game ! Fo " en Publ Co B. Nielsen . . - 213 B. Gronbach 203 Saturday Night League High Team Series Nielsen's 2194 High Team Game Nielsen's 780 High Individual Series Bill Hippen 629 Jan Ruger 478 High Individual Game Bill Hippen 216 Sheri Savage - 170 . | K. C. Frank Soles Co. i Fnden. Inc. . - - D. C. Heath & Co. __________ Hjelraeland Home Builders ____ Alice Him ---------------Larry Henderson -----------la. Emp. Security Comm. ____ la. Public Emp. Retirement Sys. ISEA Library Service ...... .. Ind Arts & Voc Education .. Institute fdf Research ________ la. State University --------Iowa Public Service Co -----IBM Corp ------- ........... Ideal Chemical Co . --------Inter -Collegiate Press ------Kautzky Spurting Goods ..... The Keoting Co ------ ...... Kossuth Motor Co ........ _ J S Lorta & Son ........ . Lawson Hardware .......... . LuVerne Building Co. 47.85 41.27 16.43 12.50' 66.91 30.36 • 52.00 12.90 4.65 33.44 22.63 12.42 9.90 81.42 138.00 3.50 34.75 12.70 19.24 2 00 20.59 25.10 880.00 3.86 21.65 88.00 7.38 165.00 83640 790.01 763.48 4.00 5.21 16.83 536.64 66.92 40.00 65.74 2395 33396 20.02 303.36 102.57 Eider Bouquets Enter Baskets 233 11 For All Your Insurance^N^i, |£U^MU&CO. , « • ' --«-_-..-. , A c McCl £ 0 ' 7695 I Mid-Bell Music Co. 136.32 Lydia Darrah Boxed Candy MARCIA'S This year the bowling results will be sponsored each week by Midwest Shop Supplies •- -Mil t C" Miio Screen Co Marsnall i S»ifi 197.11 29.50 60.00 7.83 A. J. Mousen Co. Metropolitan Supply Co. Jon Meyer Midwest Visual Educ. Serv. -M & M Sales Co. Charles E. Merrill, Books ^inn. Mining & Mfg. Co. •torthwestern Bell Tel. Co. -- 15.51 39.47 3.25 174.00 7.88 12.89 4.50 73.44 Nielsen DX Service -- 1,105.75 •National Textbook Co. slorthwest Education Service .. "otterson Electric Service »itfsburgh Plate Glass Co. »rart Paper Co. Pratt Sound Films Frank Paxton Lbr. Co. "owers Regulator Co. 'residio Jert Ramus. Postmaster land McNally i Co. leaders Digest Assoc. Ipwe Mfg. Co. ianford Plumbing & Heating _ Scholastic Book Services Scholastic Magazines Scott, Foresman & Co. Silver Burden Co. Sioux City Music Supply Co. -Howard H. Smith, Exp ._, Ac you and your family worship together, may the joy and promise of Easter fill your hearts. School Bus Fleet School Library Journal L. B. Shelton, Exp. Sieg-Fort Dodge Co. Southwestern Publishing Co. . Space Conditioning Co. Town of LuVerne Traugers Store Thermogas Co. of Algona H. W. Wilson Co. Wingert-Jones Music Co. This Weavers The Welch Scientific Co. O. G. Waffle Book Co. Anita Walters, Exp. Bock Bros. Welding Supply 2.00 5.00 18.27 7.50 27.55 4.23 56.64 51.65 77.95 33.00 5.15 12.08 793.80 9.90 8.61 6.10 Total ____ H 601.63 Salaries for Quarter ...... .. 33.189.17 Total Expenditures for Quarter .................. 44,790.80 "The Friendly Store" LuVerne Insurance Agency I, Rose Panerson. Secretory of the above named School District, do hereby i certify thai this report, poses 1 . 2, 3 & 4 i* a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to tinoncioj matter* of the Board of said District for the [ quarter ending March 31, 1965. I Rose Patterson I Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th da> of April A. D. 1965. | V. D. Johnson ' Notary. | Pw'.'i.snvc >n me KuMwTn Count* Ajdvaoc*. Atyonc,. io«o, Apf.i it. IVcS. CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH LU VERNE BUILDING CO. LU VERNE CLINIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S DX SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOME LOWELL'S STANDARD Service LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP, ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT CENTNER LIVESTOCK

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