Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 14
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Recent shower donors bride at Livermore Livermore — A bridal shower was held Monday evening at the Methodist church in honor of Mrs. Larry Frcderlkscn, a recent bride. Mrs. Cletus Anderson, aunt of the groom, was In charge o' the program which consisted 01 a piano solo by Dennis Fredcrikson. a cousin, a couple of readings by Mrs. Anderson then the guests were asked to write a recipe and advice for the bride on cards which they were given. Mrs. Larry Johnson and Janice Schri- bcr, sisters of the bride, assisted with the gifts. Those on the committee were Mrs. Cecil Schribcr, Mrs. Ralph Myers, Mrs. Pete Becker, Mrs. Walton De Witt, Mrs. Lawrence Fro- derikscn, Mrs. Darma Johnson, Mrs. Olga Tracy, Mrs. Sylvia Rank, Mrs. Lottie Erdman, Mrs. Cletus Anderson and Mrs. Edward Erdman. The bride's chosen colors of blue and white were carried out in the decorations. D.A.R. MEETING The Mary Brcwster Chapter of the D.A.R. of Humboldt met at the home of Mrs. John Olson Monday afternoon with Mrs. Irene Russell as co-hostess. The lesson on transportation, was given by Miss Anna Wilson and Mrs. AJ Giddings, Regent, reported on the State Conference that she and Mrs. Cora Parker had attended at Des Moines. At this meeting it was reported that this chapter had received the Golden Honor Award. HAVE GOLD STAR MOTHERS The Gold Star Mothers will be honored at the next meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, which will be next Monday evening, May 10 at the Legion building. The County President, Mrs. Grace Aure of Bode will be there and all members are urged to be present. There will be entertainment and lunch served. WSCS MEETS The WSCS met at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Bill Wilson as hostess. The President, Mrs. Herb Raney, conducted the business meeting, with twenty-three members answering roll call. Each member brought a May basket for roll call. Mrs. Hartly Mackintosh gave the devotions and lesson. purchased i home. th« Neighborhood Card club met at. the home of Mrs. Harold Gjerstad Tuesday afternoon. The hostess served a 2 o'clock dessert luncheon and at cards Mrs. Allan Foth won high prize, Mrs. Julius Becker low and Mrs. Bill Wilson won the traveling prize. Mr*. Mareia Berryhill and Her sister Mrs. Marion Jacobs, accompanied by Mrs. Karl Bacs- slcr and Mrs. Joe Sanders drove to Mankato Thursday where they attended an antique show. Their cousin, Mrs. Jack Weber of Forest City had the Doll Display. Former neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kcnne and family gave them a surprise house warming Sunday evening. Cards were the evening's entertainment and the lunch brought by the guests was enjoyed later in the evening. They also presented the Kcnnc's with a gift, lnosc present were Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reding and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gales Jr. The Kcnncs just recently moved into their House which they had bought and moved onto a lot in the soutli part of town. Mn. Edwin Ver Steeg entertained the Deal and Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. At cards Ella Rossing won high prize and Marilyn Lempke won second high. Lunch was served. Mr*. CUrence Carlson and Mrs. T. M. Rossing attended the Eastern Star School of Instruction at Clear Lake Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Olson and Mrs. Myron Dudley accompanied Rev. Hindman to Jefferson on Tuesday where they attended an all day meeting of Presbytery. Top Six Bowling League Last game of the season. High Individual 3 Games Barney Thilges 604 Doug Kay 571 Leo Bormann 537 High Team 3 Games Reinie's Groc. 2402 Pioneer _. 2372 Smith Lumber 2353 High Team Game Reinie's Groc. 867 Smith Lumber 860 Pioneer 826 High Individual Game Barney Thilges 255 Doug Kay 216 Leo Bormann 199 the T «L I ribune 8—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART Of THI KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 6, IMS STRIKES 'N SPARES NEW CARETAKER 'Alvin Seagrin who has retired from the Railroad Construction work is now employed by the Conservation Commission and is caretaker of the local Log Cabin Park. BUY HOME Mr. and Mrs. Judd Berryhill, who have retired, have moved to Gilmore City where they LIVERMORE Specializing in all and Radio Repair Phone 379-1602 ADMIRAL RADIO SALES & SERVICE "New For Spring" • JEANS * * * LADIES & GIRLS Monday Night League W L 16 25 Mor's Skelly ______ 40 torwith Implement 55 Livermore Co-op. __ 34Vi 25 Vfe orner Store ______ 28te 31M- ..uVerne Insurance _ 28 1 /.; 35Vfe Jamboo Lounge ____ 26 34 Pioneer Cheese ____ .23 Vfe 26Mj Standard Oil ______ 20 40 High Team Series Pioneer Cheese _________ 2698 Prior's .Skelly ________ ____ 2698 High Team Game Bamboo Lounge ....... ____ 968 High Individual Series G. Schnetzer ...... ______ ______ 572 High Individual Game M. Patterson ______________ 216 Tuesday Night League High Team Series Trauger's ________ ..... _._ 2371 High Team Game 3eauty Shop ______ ____ 814 High Individual Series Xathryn Casey ____ . ___ 550 High Individual Game Kathryn Casey 2 1C Wednesday Night League High Team Series Shower at LuVerne for a June bride LuVerne — Margcnc Mcrklc was given a miscellaneous bridal shower May 1 at the Lu- Verne E.U.B. church with 40 in attendance. Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Hcfti, Britt; Mrs. Henry Marty, Mrs. Harry Naffziger, Mrs. Clyde Dudley and Mrs. George Hargroves, Ames. Games were conducted by Mrs. Dudley and Mrs. Naffziger. Pouring was Mrs. Charles Merkle, Renwick. Guests were from Humboldt, Bide, Ottosen, Ames, Le Mars, Des Moines, Renwick, Hardy, Fort Dodge, Britt and LuVerne. She is a daughter of the Fred Merkles, and will be graduated Bode, Ottosen, Ames, Lo Mars, June 4 in an 8 p.m. service in the LuVerne E.U.B. church she will be married to Wayne Hamilton, son of the Joseph Hamiltons, Denver, Colo. HAS 84th BIRTHDAY Mrs. Emma Moeding was honored Saturday for her 84th birthday. Guests were neighbors, Mrs. William Steil, Mrs. Dick May 'and Lynn, Mrs. John Loftus and Linda, Mrs. Daryl Rusher and David. A gift of a large blooming plant was presented. They brought the birthday cake and refreshments. Mrs. Moeding who lives on the farm alone enjoys good health. WILL BE MARRIED Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Mary Tnn Sornson, daughter of Mrs. Charles Sornson, Kimballton, and the late Donald Sornson, August 14, to Donald W. Spooner, son of the Maynard Spooncrs, Fort Dodge, formerly of LuVerne. She is associated with the Lutheran Campus Ministry at Madison, Wis. He teaches at Lake Forest, 111. DATE 40th WEDDING The Guy Giddings will have their 40th wedding May 9. Cards will be appreciated by the Giddings. The Supt. B. E. Martins, Newell, formerly of LuVerne, visited Sunday and attended the reception for the Keith Kublys. Berwyn, 111., at the LuVerne Methodist church. Youth Fellowship of the Lu- Verne E.U.B. church was host to the Youth Fellowship of the Zion Ev. Lutheran and Metho dist churches at a skating party at the Algona rink Thursday Refreshments follow- Jo-op. Elevator .. .. 2773 High Team Game 3o-op. Elevator 964 Centner's __ _ _ 964 High Individual Series E. Casey 645 • SHORTS • CUTOFFS • SLACKS • BLOUSES MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LiyERMORf High Individual Game Casey 245 Thursday Night League High Team Game Humboldt 2138 High Team Series Humboldt 753 High Individual Series f. Stahl 540 <. Henderson 485 High Individual Game J. Guy 214 D. Fairbanks - 182 Saturday Night League High Team Series Nielsen 2115 High Team Game Blake's 744 High Individual Series Al Blake 535 Lola Hippen 475 High Individual Game Al Blake 208 J. Nielsen 175 Lola Hippen 175 Jan Ruger 175 For All Yoyr Insurance Needs, Step and S*« Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Undeb*k. This year the bowling results will be fpaniored e«ch week by thi LuVerne Insurance Agency evening, ed. The Rev. Ralph Hindman and Mrs. Jerry Wolf left Monday tc attend the annual spring conference of th° E.U.B. churches in Waterloo this week,, William A. Marty, pntient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge for two weeks is now convalescing at home. Curtis Beckmnn, student at Westmar, Le Mars, was a week- »nd guest of his aunt and uncle, the Lawrence Martys. Curtis lived in LuVerne when a small boy when his father, the Rev. Paul Beckman, Sumner, was pastor of the LuVerne E.U.B. church. The George Hargroves, Ames, were weekend guests at the parental Henry Marty's. Students in 7th and 8th grades had a theater party Friday at Humboldt. Lunch followed. Their teachers, Mrs. James Mai- lory and Mrs. Clem Stripling, were chaperones. The Rev. Ralph Hindman* visited Wednesday and Thursday in Le Mars with their son, the Keith Hindmans, students at Westmar. They went to attend a piano recital Wednesday evening in which Mrs. Keith Hindman appeared. Monday guests of the Henry Kublys were his niece, Mrs. Don Baskerville, sisters Mrs. Louise Jutte, Des Moines, and Mrs. Sula Frantz, LuVerne. Boy's state LuVerne — Eugene Hefty, LuVerne, has been chosen, by the Ernest Merkle Legion Post to attend Boy's State at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, June 6-12. Alternate is Lenard John, son of the Earl T. Johns, LuVerne. Eugene, 16, son of the Henry A. Hel'tys, LuVerne, is a junior in high school. His activities are baseball, basketball and track. He is a member of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church. Newlywedsat LuVerne are given reception LuVerne — The Elmer Kublys iiad a reception for their son the Keith Kublys, Berwyn, 111., who were married April 3. The reception was held at the Lu- Verne Methodist church with 165 guests attending. The program in the church included organ music, by Mrs. Lucinda Stone. She accompanied Allen Blake in singing two solos. The Rev. Worthie Usher gave a sermonette. The Ralph Stolls were dining room hosts. Ushers were Dale Kubly, Ames, and Mike Anderson, Corwith. Guests were registered by Debra Wolf. The gifts were in charge of Mrs. Gail Wolf, Lu- Verne and Mrs. Fred Arridt, Humboldt. At the punch bd)y{ was Mrs. Arnie Elbert, Harlan. Pouring was Keith's grandmotH- cr, Mrs. Henry Kubly, Lu Verne 1 . Circle 2 of the W.S.C.S. was in charge of the refreshments. Guests were from Newell, Des Moines, Stratford, Cowrie, Lake View, Humboldt, Algona, Mason City, Harlan, Randall, Fort Dodge, Goldfield, Eagle Grove, Corwith, Livermore, Lu- Verne, Iowa, Mankato, Minn. The Fred Hinies, Livermore, visited Sunday with her nephew, the Gerald Ramuses. Mrs. Joe Madden, living with her son-in-law and daughter the James Mallorys, returned Monday from Cedar Rapids where she spent ten days visiting her mother, Mrs, Ida Kohl, 94, who lives with a daughter there. The Lawrence Mushcamp*. Minneapolis, spent a few days with her father, Mert L. Barton. They brought Mr. Barton Saturday to his farm home after he spent the winter at the Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. Earlier he was hospitalized at the Hospital at Britt for some time. The Arthur W, Pimlers have returned from a month in Las Vegas, Nov., with their oldest daughter Shirley, the Fred Pfeiffers. Enroute they visited their youngest daughter, the Don Ireys, Clarence. Linda Agard, Fort Dodge ited Saturday with her parents the Ray Agards. Mr*. Kenneth Harding, i»» therville, spent ten days at the Methodist parsonage with her Four LuVerne students rate "A" averages Four LuVerne high school students received all "A" grades during the 5th 6-week period in the recent honor roll released by the school. They were juniors Dawn Lindebak and Elaine Schnakenberg; sophomore Rita Patterson and freshman Coleen Johns. Others on the "B" honor roll were as follows: Seniors — Suzanne Blake, Nancy Brink, Suzanne Dudley, Kris Hanselman, Daryl Jagels (5), David Naffziger, Linda Nelson, Clara Schnakenberg (5). Juniors — Linda Rugg, Earl Will. Sophomores — Rex Bristow, Ricky Hershbergen, Luana Leek, Cynthia Rugg (5), Bart Selby, Gerald Sill (5), Tom Steil (5), Daryl Trauger (5), Paul Trauger (5). Freshman — Jean Casey, Laurie Coyle, Mary Cronk, Gary Ernst 5), Bob Fett (5), Mary Hjelmeland, berg (5). Henry. Schnaken- The Herbert Kaisers had as guests Sunday for the first holy communion of their son Joseph, the Andrew Laubenthals, Algona; Maurice Lubenthals, .Wesley; Kenneth Kriegers, Mason City; Merle Laubenthals, Whittemore; George Kjars, West Bend; John Kaisers and Jerry Steenblocks, George. The Virgil Joneses, her sister Patricia Godfrey, Fort Dodge, were visitors Sunday with their grandmother and aunt Mrs. Olla Godfrey and Rubye Godfrey. Steven Bohan, son of the John Bohans, Humboldt, was a guest for his 8th birthday of his maternal grandparents the Fred kruses. Guests were his parents arid brothers, Humboldt, uncle, and the Donald Kruses, Lu- Verne. The Bohans have a new son William Joseph, born April 6. They now have 4 sons. Mrs. Georgia Barton was released from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday, She was a medical patient a week. Mrs. William K la witter was released from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, and returned home Sunday. The Earl Lehmans, Des Moines visited over the weekend with his sister, the Fred Mer- kles. The Harold Hansons, Bode, formerly LuVerne, were Friday coffee guests of former neighbors, the Fred Merkles. Nels Jensen goes Tuesday to the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, for a routine check-up following early surgery. Mrs. Charles Hinz, son Lester Hinz, spent Sunday with Mr. Hinz at Veterans hospital, Des Moines. They report "Charlie" had minor surgery again April 29. He is making recovery. The Max Pattersons visited Sunday in Dallas Center with Mrs. Edna Broadie, mother of Mrs. Patterson. Margene Merkle, senior at Westmar, Le Mars, visited her parents the Fred Merkles, over the weekend. The Willam Steils visited Sunday in Thor with Mrs. Nelle Biegger, living with her daughter, the Lawrence McDermotts. They are tenants on farm of Mrs. Biegger south of LuVerne. They report Mrs. Biegger, 86, in good health. She has returned from March and April with Mrs. Angeline Knutson in Charles City. They also report Mr. McDermott convalescing from recent surgery and hospitalization. Mrs. Alvin Weber, LuVerne, Mrs. Earl Chambers, Mrs. John Oxley, Corwith, Mrs. Wayne Smith, Clear Lake, attended Mother's Day Saturday at Cedar Falls. They were guests of the Charles Webers and Gene Oxley, attending college there. The Elmer Kublys had as weekend guests their sons the Kefth Kublys, Berwyn, 111., and Dale Kubly, Ames. Achievement day LuVerne school next Tuesday Achievement day will be held at the LuVerne Community school Tuesday, May 11 with the program beginning at 1:30 p.m. You are invited to inspect the work on display: all grade rooms, science, homemaking, industrial arts, language arts and all other departments of our school. Punch and cookies will be served by the homemaking girls following the program. Visitors with Mrs. Louise Schipull Sunday were her daughter the Fred Lupkes, Algona, sons, the Ralph Schipulls, Wesley, Raymond Schipulls, Hardy. Also her sister, the Harry Wards, of Decatur, Ark. They are visiting relatives in Webster City and Woolstock. Mrs. Leslie Calkins and LeRoy took her mother, Mrs. Julia Pergande, to Blue Earth Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. Florence La Mont, and their mother, Mrs. Margaret Schwab. Becky, daughter of the Alfred Smiths, LuVerne, had her tenth birthday May 2. Guests were her grandparents the Howard Me- Cradys, Dakota City, uncles, the Robert McCradys and Howard McCradys, Jr., Fort Dodge, great uncles, the William Goet- sches and Arle Goetsch, Lu- Verne. The Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake, were Sunday guests of his parents the Lester Smiths. Their daughter Lisa visited Friday to Sunday with her grandparents. Callers were the Alvin Kcllings, Goldfield, Sanford Andersons, Henry Bloms, Renwick. WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn sheller. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25tfn FOR RENT — Modern 3 bedroom house near LuVerne. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25tfn FOR SALE — Singer electric sewing machine in console cabinet like new. Sews forward and reverse all attachments for making buttonholes, zig-zaging and fancy stitch designs. Fully guaranteed. Can be seen in your area. Make eight monthly payments of $4.91, or will discount for cash. Write: Credit Manager, 2719 Virginia Minn. Ave., St. Paul, 34-36* • Paints • Appliances • Housewares • Gifts • L. P. Gas Plumbing — Heating Wiring ' , Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne M LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. 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The fond memories of her early years in this area and her interest in Sioux City's cultural progress /tare 'fromp'ted her to assign to the Association HO shares of Iowa I'nblic Service stock,, currently valued at about $2,500, "Miss Uolman regularly receives the NEWS LETTER, so we say this to her no/t 1 : 'All Sioux City, your home town of Sergeant Bluff, and all persons who come to t'isit (he museum onv-.yoii a debt of gratitude lor your thoughtful consideration and generosity to the Sioux City I'tiblic Museum and the Associatiou,'" daughter, the Rev. Worthie Ushers. She came to care for the Usher children, Kenneth, Cynthia and Amy. The Rev. Ushers accompanied youth from this area on a trip to Washington, D. C. and New York City April 22 to May 1. The Lloyd Spooner*, Mt. Plea.' sant visited Saturday in Verne and called at Bigings'. Mrs. Martha Schneider, §3, LuVerne, entered the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday fpj 1 treatment. LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. D. 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