Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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Many register for kindergarten at Livermore Livermare — Those registering for Kindergarten for the Fail term at Livermore were: Anne Anderson, Koclcy Anderson, Ronald Becker, Jeannine Bchounck, Kimbcrly Bjornson, James Boudc, Jean Bormann, Lee Bormann. Tcrri Carlson, Laurie Christopher, Thomas Collins, Leislia Dahl, Jimmy Frcderikscn, Cynthia Gronbach, Janine Gronbach, Teresa Halsrud, Debra Hansell, Marilyn Harris. Robert Hauck. Nickolas Illg, Lynn Kphlhaas, Mary Kohlhaas, Dennis Lamb, Annette Maasen, Linda Malkmus, Thomas Olson, Ann Reding, Jackie Reding, Jane Renquist, Brian Rocthlcr, Dale Salz, Diane Smith, Eileen Smith, Kenneth Slreit, Colleen Thilgcs, Carla Thul, John White and Patrick Zcimct. GRANDSON IN BAND Mrs. Marcia Bcrryhill was sent an article by her daughter, Mrs. Jean Holzapfel of Enterprise Band of which her youngest son Kris, is a member. The band took part in the St. Petersburg Festival in Florida. On the first day of the concert, which was attended by an estimated 4,000 people, they played 3 or 4 encores with a standing ovation each time. On the final evening at the Wm. Park Bandstand, which was attended by 8 to 10,000 people they played 8 encores with standing ovations. Before the trip the Director, Bob McMellon, was concerned over the reception they might receive due to the recent racial difficulties but they received praise and support irom everyone. Many people, especially from the North requested the Band to play "Dixie" which they did amid loud and long cheering. Ninety-one members of the band, which is named the Wildcat Band, made the trip. BIRTHDAY PARTY A group of ladies went to the home of Mrs. Louise Gronbach Friday for her birthday. They brought a pot luck for dinner and later in the afternoon enjoyed a birthday cake and ice cream. Ctuiusta was the afternoons entertainment and the following ' ladies were present: Klein'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 Mrs. Jacob Michelson, Mrs. Ernest Logue, Mrs. Gracie Anderson, Mrs. Henry Satern, Mrs. J. C. Kelly, Mrs. Herman Pooch and Mrs. Marcclla Armstrong. MARRIED IN ILLINOIS Relatives have received word of the marriage of Mrs. Gwen Hoffman and Bernard C. Berg, both of DCS Plaines, III., on April 17 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Berg of San Reno Shores, Bradcntorc, Florida, brother of the groom. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Berg flew to California for a brief visit with two sisters of Mr. Berg in Beverly Hills. From there they plan to fly to Hawaii. Mr. Berg is president and owner of the Allied Fire Equipment Co. in Chicago. Mrs. Berg is the former Gwen Clark, sister of Don Clark of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Berg will make their home in Des Plaines. MOVE TO FARM Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosenau and 3 boys have moved into a farm house east of town. They have been living in the upstairs apartment of their building on South Main Street. Mr. Rosenau is salesman for Watkins products. CASH DRAWING Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were: Elmer Peter $50, Gayle Wilson $50 and Henry Daugard $50. Mr. and Mrt. Henry Groh went to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Saturday where they visited their son John over the weekend. They returned home Monday. Mrt. Jack Vaughn was hostess to her card club at her home Tuesday afternoon with three tables in play. Mrs. Wm. Stock won high prize, Mrs. Virgil Smith, low and the traveling prize was won by Mrs. Dale Joiner, who was a guest. Lunch was served after cards. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Knecht of West Bend spent the Easter weekend in Dell Rapids, S. D., where they visited in the John Le Brun and Kenneth Le Brun homes, cousins of Mr. Bormann. Sunday guests in the Jack Vaughn home was Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and Michelle of Rutland and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stoddard and girls of Ft. Dodge. Guild met in the Parish Hall at the Catholic church Tuesday evening with the President, Mrs. Nick Bormann conducting the business meeting. Mrs. Harry Stalzer and Mrs. Richard Sawyer were in charge of the en tertainment and lunch. Cards were played and prizes were won by Mrs. Harold Rocthler, Mrs. Nick Bormann and Miss Florence Altman. Robert Lenertz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz has received his discharge from the Army where he was a medic in the 2nd Armored Division at Ft. Hood, Texas. He has gone back to work for the State Banking Dept. for whom he worked before entering the service two years ago. The Contract Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Al Lenertz Saturday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Jessamine Miller won high prize Mrs. J. F. Hamm 2nd high and Mrs. George Lenertz the bingo prize. Mrs, Robert Wonderley was a guest. Tribune 4—ALGONA (lewa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1965 LuVerne seniors take trip to Chicago Thursday evening, April 22, twenty-five LuVcrne Community Seniors and their chaperones, Supt. and Mrs. L. B. Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dudley left by chartered bus for Chicago. While they were in Chicago, they stayed at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. They returned Sunday evening. Impression by some of the class members and points visited are as follows: The Museum of Science and Industry, the Natural History Museum, Lincoln Park Zoo, The Prudential Building, China Town, OTIare Airport and Market Street. Mario Stampka: Never before have I seen such a fast moving city . . . the few minutes we spent in China Town I enjoyed the most. It was just as if we were in China. Lowell Harmon: . . . the Prudential Building. You can see for miles and miles and all you sec is just Chicago—a city of Lremendous size. Don Meyer: . . . Science and Industry Building . . . everything from how to make can openers to missiles. , David Naffziger: The food was bad and it cost too much, but I enjoyed myself anyway. Daryl Fagels: I certainly developed sore feet walking around. Kris Hanselman: I really enjoyed the tour of the Conrad Hilton hotel. As our guide said, "It's just like a little town." Darlene Goetsch: Chicago is fabulous at night. It was hard to believe that people had to have bars across the front of stores in some areas. Clara Schnakenberg: Museum of Science and Industry . . . 1 could have stayed in that one building several days. Chicago . , . city of culture and a trade center of the world. Nancy Brink: Someday I hope I can go back and spend more lime looking over the buildings we visited. John Wickett: I think you could spend years in Chicago and never run out of things to sec and do ... you can't begin to sec Chicago in two days. Ronnie Trauger: I enjoyed the entire trip and no one thing was the exceptional highlight. Eddie Steil: It certainly is nice to visit there, but I wouldn't care to live in Chicago. Monnie Hanson: Market Street was most impressive — an absolute mess. Eddie Bristow: I would like to go shopping there. Linda Nelson: People—that's what impressed me the most. All sizes, shapes, and colors, and all in a hurry to get somewhere. I wonder what it would be like to change places with one of them for a day. Suzanne Dudley: Everything was enjoyable but the airport fascinated me. As I stood there watching the activity and people, I wondered where they had come from, where they were going and why. Ex-LuVerne man, George Hood, 69, dies LuVerne — Funeral services for Mrs. George Hood, 69, Bode, formerly of LuVerne were held at 2 p.m. April 27 in St. Olaf -utheran church, Bode. The Rev. M. 0. Kraabel officiated and the interment took place at Whittemore of leagues of the Mgona area. Attending from the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran • Lydia Darrah Candy • Ceramics • Lingerie • Jewelry • Purses • Flower Arrangements MARCH'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE church Mueller, were the Vernon Rev. R. T. Hanselman and leaguers, Elaine and Henry Schnakenberg and Jane Hanselman. Jane Hanselman was elected Christian Growth chairman, Algona Zone. LuVerne girls to conference at Washington LuVerne — Dawn Lindebak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindebak and Connie Sanford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford, both of Lu- : Verne left Thursday from First Methodist church, Fort Dodge, 'on a chartered bus to attend the seminar on Peace and World Order being held in Washington, D. C. The trip, the third annual sponsored by the Fort Dodge District Methodist Youth Fellowship. Council is being made by 42 junior and senior students of the area. The Rev. Worthie Usher, Lu Verne is the tour director. Mrs. Usher and ^several other adult counselors from the area accompanied the young people. They will arrive in Nations Capitol Saturday noon. They will visit three sessions of legislators and representatives. Monday through Thursday will be spent in New York City, meeting delegations of the United Nations. The group will arrive home May 1. PROGRESSIVE CLUB V The Progressive Women's Club were guests Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Worthie Usher with Mrs. Lucinda Stone, co-hostess. Election of officers was held. President, Mrs., Max Patterson; vice, Mrs. Bert Ramus; sec.-treas., Mrs. GOOD WILL CLUB The Good Will Club was guests of Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Sr., April 15. Roll call was answered by 14 members. Mrs. Bess Connelly, Bancroft, was a guest. Mrs. Paul Blumer had the entertainment for the afternoon. Mrs. Roy Guy near Renwick will be the May 20 hostess. Vsitors in the Hartly Mackintosh and Jack Vaughn homes for a week were Mrs. Hugh Mackintosh and small daughter, Robin, of Le Mars. Mrs, Lucy Conley is visiting More Thai Rowtfs grow "n th« ipiing 0'0-nd Qur bonk, Youi dollort ftotn a tolid 4V QUaian* u«_ ond po/oblt lik« clockwork, Livermore State Bank Phone 20U — Livermore Member of F.D.I.C. WlMJllll^^ n St. Olaf Cemetery, Bode. Mrs. Hood passed away early April 23 at the Houston Nursing iome, Humboldt, where she had ived several months. The former Anna Lee, she was born and reared at Bode and resided there until her marriage to George Hood. They lived at Fredericksburg, Iowa _Mty and LuVerne before moving a year ago to Bode. her daughter Survivors include her hus- Charles Ache band; one brother, Oliver Lee Tahoe. of Rutland; two sisters, Mrs Ralph Dayie of Afton, Okla. and Mrs. Marie Stoddard, LuVerne living at Rotary Ann Home Eagle Grove. Mrs. Hood cared for her sister Mrs. Stoddard here for two years before moving to Bode. WSCS MEETS The general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service was held April 21, in the rooms of the LuVerne Methodist church with the general president Mrs, Allen Blake, presiding. Hostesses were Mrs. Jess church in Humboldt. Edwin and Jergensen, Mrs. Alvin Weber, | Leverna Klein were the spon- Ars. Clarence Krause, Mrs. Al-1 sors. made for the annual Tea" ho'nor- ing the girls of the Senior class and 8th grade of the LuVerne community high school to be held May 20 and 21. Mrs. Robert Brainerd had the program, presenting the lesson on Art. She sketched a still life picture with Charcoal with illustrated talk. Mrs. Brainerd is taking a correspondence art course at Westport, Conn. Mexico, and the ladies father, Fred Pergande, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Swan* son and family were weekend visitors in.Ames with her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Osborne. The occasion was open house for Mr. and Mrs. Osborne on their 50th wedding anniversary. The open house was held in their country church, Pleasant Grove. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Swanson as hosts were their two sons the Archie Osborne's, Zearing, and Wayne Osborne families of Ames. They also have eleven grandchildren. Fred Pergande returned Saturday from a months visit in Albuquerque, N. M., visiting his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. Hamm brought him home in a camper trailer and will visit relatives here. A Fort Dodge District Promotion Rally was held Sunday at the Mulberry Center Evangelical United Brethren church east of Webster City. Youths were from EUB churches, Boxholm, Fort Dodge, Webster City, Renwick, Paton, Ralston Maple Grove, Lundgren, Mulberry Center and LuVerne. Attending from LuVerne were Connie and Jane Schnetzer, Douglas and Dennis Marty, David Naffziger, Norman Marty, Eugene Decker. Chaperones were the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman and Mrs. Harry Naffziger. Mrs. Orville Anderson, Corwith, underwent surgery the past week at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly visited Mrs. Anderson Saturday. She is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Kubly. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Penton and children of Fargo, N. D., were Easter weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. Lillain Selby and family. Lyle. is in the service. He visited his mother, Mrs. Art Rosenmeyef' at" St. 'Benedict. and family the family at Lake Shelly Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Albus was baptized Easter Sunday, April 18, at St. Mary's church at Humboldt. Sponsors were Edwin and Leverna Klein. Three couplet went to the Norman Scott home Sunday evening to help him celebrate his birthday bringing a birthday cake and pot luck lunch. Cards were played. Shelly Ann infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Albus of Humboldt was baptized Sunday at St. Mary's Catholic FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 Uvermora FARMERS CO-OP, ELEVATOR yn Brink, Mrs. Gerald Ramus and Mrs. Loyd Larson. A full report was given of he recent Fort Dodge district meeting held April 1, in Claron. Election of officers for new year was held to be announced ater. A life membership was awarded to Mrs. Percy Brink jy the Society. The devotional service was ed by Mrs. Bryan Stewart. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Robert Barber. LIVERMORE BAPTISM The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith was baptized Lori Jean in the Livermore Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday, April 25. The Rev. William Stock officiated. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hansen, Renwick. A dinner followed in the Smith home with guests the sponsors and Arlie Goetsch. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Laisen family- of Hardy. WALTHER LEAGUE A Walther League Spring Hal ly was held Sunday afternoon | and evening followed by a 6:30 'dinner in the Lutheran church Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E .ellner Mary Virginia Cathy, Bonnie, John, Joey and Betty o| Itewartville, Minn., were week nd visitors in the Nick J. Klein Give winners of annual Legion Poppy Posters LuVcrne — The annual Poppy Poster contest winners sponsored by the American Legion Auxilary Unit are reported: Robert Blake first prize, $1.25; Carla Hansen second prize, $1; and Jeannie Hjelmeland third prize, 75 cents. There were 40 entries. The prize winning posters will be displayed with the annual Memorial Day display later in May. The Auxiliary extends thanks to all taking .part. CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank my friends and relatives for cards and visits during my.stay at the hospital. — Mrs.- Jack McClellan. .;-.' ' • Jomos Mallory 40.00 LuVerno Bldfl. Co. 245.60 Carroll Garaoo 10.25 Standard Station 24.05 Nielsen's DX 65.50 Skolly Oil Co. 42.29 Form Sorvlco Co. 37.00 Gory Hofty 84.00 Dlr. of Int. Rov. - 135.90 A resolution was passed to Install a mercury vapor tower light. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauaer, Town Clerk fttc-Wl ttt March, IMS: General --$ 185.93 Street -— 36.30 Public Safety 7.61 Sanitation 13.16 Mun, Ent 35.26 RecCflotlon 10.31 Utilities ,lH°-86 Road Use Tax - 1023.41 Total -$1442.84 WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn shelter. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25tfn *'OR RENT — Modern 3 bedroom house near LuVerne. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25«n Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES Council met with all councilman present, and Mayor Mallory presiding. The following claims were allowed: Rolland Walline .......... -_--$299.67 Delaine Blumer __________ -- __ 301.79 Harold Trauger ______ ±--'-.—- 110.13 la. Emp. Sec. Comm. ---------- 177.26 I.P.E.R.S. ----- ___ ...... ______ 171.0 Harlan Wagner ______ ____'_•__•_:. 10.00 la. Pub. Ser. Co. .............. 183.74 Bertie Ramus .. ----- — --__-_ i 5.00 Ben Hefty •_......." ____ ____— 40.00 LuVerne Ins. Agency ___ ... __ _. 325.80 la. Mun. Finance Off. Assn. --' 5.00 Henry A. Hefty ---- ...... — -•-_ —35.00 N.W. Bell Telephone ____ — ___ '15.63 DX Sunray ------------- ______ A3>76 Niewohner Hdwe. _.. ..... _'___x', .30.00 ' * Foster . _.. ..... ____, .. Inc. ._ — --_«_-_ ; -ii^_'._:' 246*25 A •': *l Paints • Appliances Housewares • 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. Phone TU 2-3241 flMMMM^^ SANFORD Plumbing ft Heating WAYNE SANFORD * Ritchie Hog Waterers * Pride-of-Farm Waterers * Ever Pure Clorinaror water conditioners (•tale TU 2-3251 iiiiiaiiiiiiiiii *&„;*, J-^ ? STRIKES 'N SPARES Monday Night League Monday Night Team W L Guests were Mr. Werner, Shaska, iome. Mr, and Mr*. Karl Baessler attended the annual meeting of the Humboldt County Tubercu- osis and Health Association at Johnny's Steak Humboldt. After Harbour in the 6:30 dinner a program was presented ,vith Dr. Woodward of Ft. Podge as guest speaker. Slides were also shown and election of officers was held. Husbands of the volunteer workers were guests. Mrs. Edith Prior is now visiting her son William Prior. She came from Ida Grove where she visited relatives. BAPTISE DAUGHTER Baptismal services took place Sunday, April 25 for Angela Jane, new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hardcopf, in the St>.Mary's Catholic church, Corwith. The sponsors were her and Mrs, Larry Werner family, Minn., and her cousin Kathy Andre, Fort Dodge. A dinner followed the service in the Hardcopf home, uncle Larry Shaska, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andre, Michele, Kathy, Ft. Dodge, Junior Hardcopf, Verlaine Johnson, LuVerne, Afternoon callers were Mr, and Mrs. Lester Smith, LuVerne, uncle of Mrs. Hardcopf. Mrs; Dean James and twin nephews, Tommie and Michael Baessler of Renwick were dinner guests Friday in the paren tal Karl Baessler home. Mrs, Harry Zigrang was hot tess to the Delta Dek Bridge club at Delight's Tea Room at Humboldt Friday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards prizes were won by Mrs. J. F. H-unm, Mrs, jessamine Miller and Mrs. Martin Miller. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Trauger were in Des Moines Monday attending the consecration of the new $914,000 Methodist Area Headquarters Building in ceremonies 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday dinner guwts in the Leslie Calkins home were her sister Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Blanchard family, Cedar Falls. In the afternoon they visited another sister Mr. and Mrs. Reiner Helmers, Algona. Qther guests were another sister, Mr- and. Mrs. R. C. Hamm, visiting here from Albuquerque, New Prior's Skelly 45 15 Livermore Co-op 32% 23% Corwith Impl. ___—.31 21 Corner Store ___ 26V 2 29% LuVerne Ins. __25% 34%Bamboo Lounge ___..25 31 Pioneer Cheese 19% 36% Standard Oil -—19 33 High Team Series lorwith Impl. 2728 High Team Game Bamboo Lounge , 971 High Individual Series W. Lsnz 557 High Individual Game C. Casey 202 Tuesday Night League High Team Series Pattersons 2311 High Team Game Burgess Tavern 779 High Individual Series Betty Hansen 498 High Individual Game Betty Hansen 177 Wednesday Night League High Team Series Blake's 2690 High Team Game Sanford 943 High Individual Series C. Hanselman __i 574 High Individual Gam* TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET J. Cox 208 LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. D. OFFICE HOURS Week Payi 8-.3Q 10 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 |4Q t« Cloved all day W«dn«*d«y LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU JP NO ANSWER, Call TU 8*3304 Sfiyrdiyi 1:60 t« J:00 Thursday Night League High Ttam Game Humboldt ______________ 2173 High Team Strits Zentner ________________ 783 High Individual Series J. Veldhouse _— — ____ - — 565 L. Stahl _J ______________ 529 High Individual Came J. Veldhouse ___________ 222 M. Stripling — — _______ 203 Saturday Night League High Team Stries Blake's ______ _ __________ 2138 High Team Game Minrulax _______________ 754 High Individual Series Sherm Arends __________ 568 Jan Ruger ______ 1 ______ 493 High Individual G«m« Gene Casey ____________ 334 Jan Ruger -------------- 178 Fer AH Yoyr !n*uran?f Needl, Step ind $tt Yewr fritndly lnfwran$t Ag«nt ( id Lindfb This y?ar the bowting rf«ult« will bt iffnforiii fish wttk by thf WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Prices Effective ; Thursday, Friday A Saturday — April 29, 30 and May 1 cans Orange Drink Hi-c i Rosedale .:'.. v " '•!• "•'•» No. 2Va Cans BARTLETT PEARS 5'«' H ROYAL JELLO Dark Sweet Pitted CHERRIES 3 boxes 25° 3 cans $1 Froien LiVirii Reg, 39c Pkgs, 3 for If (Limit) Ic PRANCE JUKE 5 ""» Sather COOKIES Folger's COFFEE First Lady ICECREAM Suttr' Topp Cinnamon TEA ROLLS Giant CHEER %•* " 59' 29' 69* EARL MAY i FARliO GARDEN SEEPS @Wf nlcMcRS CHOPPED HAM S*l«tt»d BEEF ROAST Ik. 39' 79« 49' ILONOHORN CHEESE »" 46* Ik, Ik, Wt Ififrvt thj tight .t« Umit Qy^nti "v^VW^NVWWvVW^

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