Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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Margaret Holmes to Girls State from Livermore EnbuM IMMI laragtal Uvtnnor* recently Liver-mere — A now business deal has just recently been completed. Mike Erdmann, who operates the Standard Oil Station, has leased the former Otto Anderson garage, recently operated by the Gales Bros. He has !iired Alan Bondc as mechanic, r ormerly employed by Lind- larl Chevrolet, and is equipped "or welding, ignition work for raclors as well as major ovcr- lauling and general repair vork. He will continue to opcr- te the Oil Station as well as he garage which was opened ast week. 6—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PAfcf OF TM6 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ng back with Larry Torgcrson of Bode who attends school in Minneapolis. MARGARET HOLMES Livermore — Margaret (Meg) Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes, has been selected by the American Legion Auxiliary to attend Girl's State at Cedar Falls, June 13-19. Meg is a junior at Twin Rivers high school, is a member of the drill team, the student council and has been an active basketball player. Delores Zeimet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zeimet, was chosen as the alternate delegate. AUXILIARY MEETS The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall Monday night with 17 members answering roll call. The President, Mrs. Win. Erpelding presided at the business meeting. Margaret Holmes was selected as the delegate to go the Girl's State at Cedar Falls June 13-19. Delores Zeimet was selected as alternate. It was voted to again give $5 to Radio Free Europe, aixd an announcement made of the Joint County meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary will be held in Livermore May 18. It was also announced that there would be a "clean up" night for the kitchen the following Monday evening by all Auxiliary members who care to help. Over 20 Poppy Posters were turned in by the school children and Auxiliary Girls and Mrs. Molly Foth,, Mrs. Fred Pooch and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes were appointed as judges to judge them. Those receiving prizes were Class A, Pam Gronbach $1.25; Mary Foth 75c; Class I, Cindy Raney $1.50; Miriam Mackintosh $1.00; Mary Hosford 75c; Class II, Jane Wilson $1.50; Beverly Zeimet $1.00; Janice Thul 75c. The only entry in Class II was Delores Zeimet who received $1.50. Cards were the evenings entertainment with Mayme Scott, Margaret Holmes, Marie Wilson, Mary Salz and Margaret Kisch on the committee. Prizes were won by Betty Thul high, Joyce Foth 2nd high and Molly Foth low. Lunch was served by Eunice Streit, Hazel Sanders, Katherine McKenna and Christine Michelson. WORLD DAY OF PRAYER The World Day of Prayer Service which had been scheduled twice before but had to be postponed due to bad weather, was held at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon as a joint meeting with the U.P.W. of the Presbyterian church and the W.S.C.S. Mrs. Jessamine Miller was the leader and others taking part in the program were Mrs. Lawrence Frederick, Mrs. La Vonne Benjamin, Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh, Mrs. Dale Joiner, Mrs. Kenneth Howard, Mrs. Dick Schultz, Mrs. Virgil Smith and Mrs. Martha Hughes. Mrs. Rasmus Olson presided at the organ. A piano and organ duet was played by Mrs. Ray Falb and Mrs. Olson. Lunch was served in the dining room afterwards with table decorations carried out in the Easter theme, POT IUCK SUPPER A pot luck supper was held at the John Olson home Sunday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Olson. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson, Laurie and Rickie, Mr. and Mrs. "Kelly" Gron- fcach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Christiansen, Mr., and Mrs. Carl Olson and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney and Mr. and Mrs. Gone Sweeney of Brill. EASTERN STARS Al the Eastern Star meeling Tuesday evening the Station of Martha was honored. All Past Visitor* in (he Bob White home Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Anne Harvey and Miss Audrey Fry of Algona, aunts of Mrs. While. Mrs. Sherm Wickre and Eliza- belli and Mrs. Harold Bosworth of Algona attended a bridal shower for Miss Judy Slater at the Peter Saul home in Humboldt Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Berte and family of Kanawha were Sunday dinner guests in the home of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Baker. Nick Altman entered Mercy Marthas present were present- hospital at Ft. Dodge last week ed and the present Martha, Vcra ! where he is a medical patient Wolf was presented a gift by " " the Worthy Matron, Laurine Jcrgcnscn. Mrs. Ruth Wolf of LuVernc sang during the pres- enlalion. A collection for Estral which en was tak- provides Scholarships for Religious Leadership. NEW DAUGHTER A girl, Tracy Lee,' was born lo Mr. and Mrs. James L. Howard of Sioux City, Tuesday, April 13. This is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard, who went to Sioux City Sunday to see Mrs. Howard week there. Ihe will new baby, spend the MANAGER RESIGNS Gus Boosalis, who has been the manager at the Legion hall since last Fall has resigned. Bob Gronbach is filling in for the time being. LENTSCH SALE There will be a sale of Ihe Joe Lentsch estale at the farm Monday, April 26. Mrs. Norbert Debbie visited Frideres and in the home of lier brother at Wilmington, 111., last week. Three couples went to the Mrs. Sylvia Kaminski and son David of Omaha spent the holiday weekend in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl. They came by plane to Ft. Dodge. Everett Anderson, who spent 3 weeks in the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge where he had therapy for a pinched nerve in his back, is now home and able to spend a couple of hours each day at the garage but is not to do any heavy work or lifting until he has a brace for his back. Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were Donald Ethrington $50; Linda Harris $50; and Donna Olson $50. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ferstl and family of Wesley visited in the home of his parents, the Richard Ferstl's Sunday evening. Guests in the Elwood Rum- Wednesday the Easter mens home from until Monday for holiday weekend were Mr. and Mrs. David MacLean of St. Paul, the former Leone Rummens, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Rummens and family of Peru, 111. and Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rummens and family of Corwith and Mrs. Rummen's Bill Davis home Friday evening! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris to help them celebrate their wedding anniversary. Cards were the evening's entertainment and a pot luck was enjoyed. The Boy Scouts picked up the sacks distributed for the Good Will Industries on Saturday, which had been distributed the Tuesday before. Mrs. Henry Satern has returned after spending from Thursday to Monday at the University Hospital in Iowa City for a medical check-up. Mrs. Allan Foth was hostess to the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock was served dessert luncheon and at cards Mrs. Bill Wilson won high, Mrs. Julius Becker low and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad traveling prize. The Twentieth Century club met at the home of Mrs. John Olson Tuesday afternoon. After the business meeting the Religious Thought was given by the hostess. Music was "April o\ _i» i 11 . ^ Showers" and vancement in the lesson, "Ad- Our Education" Klein's Radio ft TV Repair Shop UViRMQRf f Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phsnt 379-1 m gr 379-1373 ADMJBAl RAPIS * TV was given by Miss Margaret Devine. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Sittig and family of Newton were recent weekend visitors in the home of his mother, Mrs. Otto Sittig. Sunday afternoon callers at the Sherm Wickre home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jung of Clarion. Evening dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoffmann, Una and friend of Humboldt. Amy Eileen, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Rummens of Peru, 111., was baptized by Luchsinger of Humboldt. Easter holiday guests in the Sherm Wickre home were their daughters and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ziegler of Sioux Falls, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bosworth and Billie of Algona, and Miss Judy Slater of Rutland, fiancee of John. Uomino League High Individual Series Mert Sawyer 579 Jim Lempke 514 Howard Bormann 513 High Individual Game Jerry Becker 207 Mert Sawyer 207 Howard Bormann 202 Joel Reding 200 High Team Series K. 0. Hardware 2794 Livermore Oil Co. 2725 Sawyer's 2675 Top Six Bowling League High Individual Game Leo Bormann 215 Bob Bormann 203 Bert Bonde' 202 High Team Series Pioneer 2531 Smith Lumber 2478 Heinle's Groc. 2301 High Individual Series Leo Bormann 577 Bob Bormann __563 George Markman 532 Zion Lutheran Church Rev. II. T. Mueller LuVerne Sunday school and Bible Class at 9:00. Divine Worship service 10:00. Used clothing drive. Church school on Friday from 5:00 to 7:00. \Valther League Zone Rally at Rev. Hindman during church Wluttemore on Sunday, services Sunday morning at the' , Fel l° W o!i ip Club meetin S Presbyterian church. Kyle Goerndt of Des Moines is visiting his grandparents the Lawrence Fredericks, for a few weeks. Mrs. Ralph Kenne is assisting with the household duties at the Tom McKenna home. A family dinner was held Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Molly Foth. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Foth and family of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul and family, Mrs. Thos. Crahan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Foth and family. Patty Gronbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gronbach, Carol and Phyllis Gronbach, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach, of Minneapolis spent Easter with their parents. Carol came home on Wednesday. Patty and Phyllis flew to day at 7:30. Pastors' Spring Conference ?.t Wluttemore on April 27 and 28. Sunday School Teachers' meeting on Tuesday, April 27, at 7:30 and 8:00, Come and worship with us. LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Kcv. Ralph S. lllndman LuVerne ZION EX UNIT Brethren Lu V Synday, April 25 10 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Morning Worship. College Day. The Youth Rally is at Mulberry Center Evangelical United Brethren Church near Webster City. Registration is at 2 p.m. Leaders of the Methodist Youth Fellowship will be presenting, the structure of their work I morning and This is looking forward to the ! they all went back Sunday, rid-. probable union with the B dist church in 1966. On Thursday evening, Apri 22, Youth Fellowship will be at the church. David Naffziger is the host. Gene Decker Is in charge of devotions. Connie Schnetzer is in charge of entertainment. The Catechism Class will meet after school on Friday. LuVerne youth gets ISU honor LuVerne — George Hanselman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earlc A. Hanselman of LuVerne, was one of 16 Iowa State University upperclass men pledged to Alpha Zeta, men's agricultural honorary fraternity. To be eligible, he had to be in the upper two-fifths of the class and must be within two years of graduation, plus have an outstanding character and leadership ability. Dale Larimer, Cedar Rapids, was an Easter weekend visitor with his grandfather, the Fred Hinzes, LuVerne, and his mother, the Dean Bowmans, Algona. Arthur Ramus, Des Moines, visited Easter with his son the Gerald Ramuses. Jean Cord, Des Moines, was a weekend Easter guest of her parents the Harrsion Cords. Easter weekend guests of the Herman Schulzes were their son the Dennis Schulzes, Mora, [stack to LuVerne after winter THURSDAY, APftlL 22, Minn. They Mae Ramus, also visited mother of Mrs. Mrs. Schulz, in rest home in Algona. Easter guests at the parental Lester Smith's were the Gerald Smiths, Eldora, Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake and Sharon Smith, Iowa Falls. The August J. Pergandes spent the Easter weekend in Omaha visiting his daughter Freda, the William Myers. Weekend guests of the . William Goetsches were their daughters Sonja, the Jon Put- nams, and Sheryl Ann Goetsch, and friend Kaye Maynard, Sioux City. Mr. Putnam will be transferred June 1 to Algona in insurance. I) ! Mrs. William Goetsch .goes Tuesday to Sioux City for a check on her arm she broke several months ago, The Arthur Piersons, Oklahoma, visited Myrtle Jordan recently. Sunday guests at Burt Thomas's were Darence and Llelvyn Six and Rhonda, St. Paul, the Orville Longs, Des Moines, Lynn Tobeys, New Richland, Minn. Mrs. Thomas received phone calls from Dorothy Stone, and Richard Thomas, St. Paul, and Gary Thomas, New Jersey. The Raymond Nelsons were Sunday guests of her parents, the Melvin Duttons, Burt. , Louise and Julie Faulstick were at home at Vic Faulstick's over the weekend. The Owen Currys went to Bradgate Sunday to a family dinner at his mother, Mrs. Esther Curry's. The Howard Swansons went to Ames for the weekend. They are planning the 50th anniversary of her parents the G, L, Osbornes. \ Linda Swanson returned to teaching at Haywarden Monday. Sunday guests at Larry Henderson's were the Francis Me- Vays, Algona, Mike Duffys, Al' gpna, Clif Richardson and Minnie Henderson. LuVerne — The William Bigings returned April 13, after four months in St. Louis, with their son Robert and family at Crestwood and daughter Mary Alice the Lee Roy Tobermans, at Clayton. They visited their oldest daughter Vera, the Martin P. Sweets, in Columbus, 0. Ihe Robert Bigings brought them home. Mrs. Bigings visited her father, Hiram Hewitt, Livermore, convalescing from icspitalization at the home of iis daughter the Ernest Flick- ngers, Ft. Dodge. HOME FROM FLORIDA The Hugh Shirks returned after three months at Oneco a suburb of Sarasota, Fla. They •eport playing golf and missed he Iowa winter. Their only child, Sally a TWA employee, visited them while there. The Shirks are now retired from the LuVerne pharmacy after 30 years. Enroute home they visited the John Ramuses, Winter Haven, Fla., Verne. John there. formerly is a land of Lu- broker sons, Morehead, Minn., Fishers, Fort Dodge, HAS 82nd BIRTHDAY Mrs. Sula Frantz, LuVerne, was guest Easter Sunday for her 82nd birthday. A dinner at the home of her daughter the Charles Heinkels had as guests, her daughters, the Harold John- Floyd „ , granddaughters, the Robert Smiths, Des Moines, and Jack Guys, Lu- Verne. CANCER KICK-OFF Florence Stewart, cancer crusade chairman, had a kick-off at the city hall Monday morning. Coffee and cookies were served the 12 attending. Material was handed out and the crusade has already started. Guests Friday at Eugene Casey's were the Les Calkins. Mickey and Mary Will were at home over the weekend with their parents, the Fred Wills. Sunday guests at Ed Hof's were the Harold Traugers and Billy Hofs, Mankato, Minn. Sunday guests at Bud Dawson's in Corwith were the Dale Zentners, Fred Wills, Harold Nielsens Sr,, Robert Nielsens, and Richard Nielsens. Sunday guests at Robert Casey's, Algona, were the Marion Caseys, Clarence Caseys and Eugene Caseys. The two year old son of Larry Hendersons returned home from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Monday. He was there with a kidney infection. Sonny Guess spent the weekend with her parents, the Eldon Guesses. Mrs, Owen Curry attended a birthday party for her mother, Laura Mitsven, Bode, Thursday, The Carl Swansons visited the Glen Schwartzes Saturday at Whitten. Sunday guests at George Studer's were the Dean Bowmans, Algona, Dale Larimer, Cedar Rapids, and Helen Studer, Cor- 30 Cup Automatic Percolator Hamilton Beach Mixette 7.99 3 Light Pole Lamp .,., B * D 1/4" Drill Pliers - Nickel Haled ,35 20" Rotary Mower 21 2 H,P, ,, and many many more specials at our "SPRING SALE" Lawson Hardware LU VERNE TU 2 3370 RENWICK with. Weekend guests at Edward Hofs were the Billy Wolfs, Mankato, Minn. Guests Sunday at Fred Kruse's were the Walt Attigs and Mrs. Hunter, Renwick, Mrs. Dave Miller and children, Villa Park, 111., the Marienus Davids family, Spring Valley, Minn., Mrs. John Bonen family Humboldt, the Vervin Davidsons, Adel, Allan Thus, Graettinger, Vernon Egglestons, Ralph Davidsons ana Donald Kruse. Sunday guests at Charles Nygaard's were Beulah and Doris Kggleston and their mother, Myrtle Eggleston. Mrs. Esther Thaves and Linda, Des Moines, were recent callers at Edwin Jackson's. Dale Kubly, Ames, was an Eas? ter visitor with his parents the Elmer Kublys. Mrs. Mabel Thompson was an Easter guest of her daughter Florence, the Irvin Burgardts, Curlew. Mrs. Charles Hinz, visited Thursday with Mr. Hinz at the Veteran's hospital, Des Moines. Dean Trauger, Meredith Gjerstad, Carol Ristau, Julie Faulstick, students at Northwestern Missouri State, Maryville, Mo., spent Easter at the Harold Trauger, Harold Gjerstad, Harold Ristau and Victor Faulstick homes. Easter guests of the Edwin Jacksons were her son, the Edwin Hunts, the Clarence Niel- sens, her brother and her aunt the Eli Bagers, LuVerne. / Richard Blake, Morningside Grade school to present program LuVerne — On Wednesday afternoon, April 28, at 2 p.m., the upper elementary grades of the LuVerne Community school will present a spring program of both vocal and instrumental music. Appearing will be Mrs. Daley'*, Mrs. Rogert's, Mrs. Hindman's and Mrs. Schade's rooms, and the beginners' band will play a few selections. The public is cordially invited. college, Sioux ter weekend Blake's. City, was an Eas- guest at Allen Easter guests at the parental Milo Patterson's were the Robert Hirchs, (Patty) Des Moines, Maxine, Mrs. Milford McPeak, boys, Ren wick; Mrs. Marie Shimon and boys, her friend Loren Hubbell, Rolfe, the Harding Hansens, LuVerne and Sandra Patterson, Fort Dodge. Easter guests of the Cecil Jolliffes were the Lor en Larsons, Irvington, and Mrs. Eunice Meyer, Adel. Easter Monday guests of the Henry Kublys were Earl, Violet, Luella Swiger, the Edwin Martys, LuVerne, grandson Ran- dy Elbert, Harlan. The Fay Harmons visited the Easter weekend in Clinton with their daughter Gloria, the Ben J. Seipkers. They report Mr. Seipker, employee of telephone company, will De returned May 1 to Des Moines, his former home. They have lived in Clinton two years. Mrs. Jessie Stripling, son, Mike, LuVerne, and Mrs. Bess Connelly, Bancroft, guest of her cousin, Mrs. Stripling, spent the Easter weekend in Readlyn with the former's daughter Becky, the Dwayne Tobeys. Easter guests at Edwin Marty's were their daughter, Mrs. Arnie Elbert and Randy, Harlan, Mrs. Mary Barrick, Renwick, the Henry Kublys, Lu- WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn shelter. Don M ar t.V, LuVerne. - Ilw25ttn RENT — Modern 3 bedroom house near LuVerne. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25t.fn \. * Verne. Randy Elbert remained for two weeks. •;' Paints • Appliances Housewares a) Gifts • L, P. Gas * * Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Pftoue TU 2-3241 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.isjt, SANFORD Plumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD * Ritchie Hog Waterers * Pride-of-Farm Waterera * Ever Pure Clorinaror water conditioners Phone TU 2*3251 LUVERNE CLINIC 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 3:00 . w Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne. Iowa / Phone Tu 2 . 32 2 8 IF NO ANSWER, Call Tt 2-3304 . 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 Tuesday Night League High Team Series Trauger's 2372 High Team Game Hy-Line Chicks 856 High Individual Series Norma Watts 507 High Individual Game Norma Watts 206 Wednesday Night League High Team Series Sanford 2734 High Team Game • Sanford 946 High Individual Series H. Hefty 587 High Individual Game H. Hefty 234 Thursday Night League High Team Game Burgess 2229 High Team Series Zentner - 849 High Individual Series B. Hansen __J 529 H. Hansen ^_ 542 High Individual Game M. Stripling 232 C. Stripling 212 Saturday Night League W L 56 52 56 70% 74% 71 Nielsen's __________ 72 Blake's ------------ 72 Goetsch _________ ,.-72 Minrulax __________ 57% Lawson ____________ 53% Pioneer — __________ 53 High Team Series Pioneer --------------- .__ 2160 High Team Game Goetsch _ ___________ ____ 804 High Individual Series Doris Gregory ___________ 515 Gene Casey ____________ 510 High Individual Came Jon Wilkenson __________ 212 Poris Gregory __________ ?02 For All Yeur Insurance Stop and See Yoyr Friendly Insuring Agent, M4 Lindobik. Thif yfir the bowling result; will b« fptnsored «a«h wfftfe by the UVerne Insurance Agency TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS Prices Good Thursday, Friday A Saturday, April 22, 23 A 24 Van Camp PORK & BEANS Monarch Crackers Monarch Salt No. for Ib. tuba Butter-Nut 2 Cans $|00 23' 9« COFFEE 3lb - can EARL MAY & FARIBO GARDEN SEEDS, ONION PLANTS & SETS Heinz SOUPS 6 "" *1°° Tasty Loaf CHEESE SPREAD 2lb •"« Red POTATOES 20lb - ba « 'I 69 Butter-Nut Instant COFFEE 6 «-i" 79« 2 Lb, Bag GRASS SEED 89* & *i" ! Short Sleeve SWEATSHIRTS New Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS $]88 IjM ie«teeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeee««eete«*ee*e«e«e*te Swift's Premium FULLY COOKED HAMS CHICKENS Frojen Ground Beef * §wift'i Spiced LUNCHEON LOAF each 79« Ik, 39* Wt re«ery§ the right t§ limit ,V,VtVfVrtW^V,',^W,V,V,W,V^V^V»V,VtW ( Viv5

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