Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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V Church addition contract is let atlivermore v Sunday at Tmniatniel Luther- I an church al Uvcnnorc Moth- t. er s Day it was announced that the voters' assembly had award- f > ed the conlract for a $1.3,000 educational addition to present ; facilities u> Wibben Construe- toon Co., Algona, and had also approved the purchase of a new . $2,745 Ixnvry Organ. The 75x16 fool annex will provide four Sunday School rooms, a new heating unit, and an additional entrance to the church kitchen. Kesota stone to match the existing structure de' dicated in April, 1952 will be used in the exterior construction. Howard Barton, Clarence Hauck, and Edwin Hanselman are the members of the building committee. Work is to start toward the end of June and is scheduled for completion around October 1. The new two-manual full pedal Lpwry organ will replace the spinet type one-manual stub pedal Wurlitzer in use in the ; church for 13 years. Glen Schulze, Ernest Haack, and John ."•' Hauck, elders of the congregation, are the members of the . organ committee. Delivery is ,' expected this week. Mrs. Ernest Logue was re- ce'lved as a new member. With the confirmation of the class of 19g5, the communicant membership of the congregation will be 212. June 25 a family night sponsored by Immanuel choir will be a reception for new members. Ex-LJvermore man dies at Humboldt Livermore — Funeral services were held Friday afternoon in Humboldt for Otis G. Whitcher, 75, who died at ; the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge Tuesday, with burial in Bagley. Mr., Whitcher managed) the Rock Island Grain Elevator in Ldvermpre during their residence here, prior to moving to Humboldt 4 in 1950 where he has- since' resided. His "wife died in 1942 and he is survived by a son at Humboldt and a daughter at Perry, also several grandchildren land great* grandchildren. BOWLING BANQUET The Bowling season for the Women's Bowling Leagues ended with a banquet held in the dining room of the Bode Lutheran church Wednesday evening. Each bowling team furnished one course of the dinner. Awards were presented to each team in the following rotation: FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE Cafe. Hamm's Ins.. Sawyer's. Baker's, Livermore Bank. Bode Co-Op. Walkins, Bode trotter. M & M Foods, Uvcrmorc Co-Op, fiasen's, Mnr- eta's. The Imperial team was awarded n plaque for having the most total pins, Charlotte Bjornson received a pin for having the highest, series and Vclma Woods received a ploquc for raising her average Uio most. Members of the Imperial team were in charge of the decorations and each table was decorated in the May Pole theme with a bowling pin as a center piece and each streamer having an item attached designating each team. The coffee committee was Agnes Smith and Charlotte Bjornson, waitresses were Helen Sinclair and Joyce Foth, those in charge of the food were Fern Hoyt, Babe Enger, Bonny Christiansen, Ruth Mathiason, Joyce Foth, Agnes Smith and Bonny Thilges. The "clean tip" committee were Joan Malkmus, Leila Insko, Rosa Ogan and other volunteers. Sixty-three members and substitutes attended. New officers for next year were elected as follows: President, Joyce Foth, 1st vice president, Helen Sinclair, 2nd vice president, Patty McGee, sec.-treas., Agnes Smith, Sargeant-at-Arms, Margaret Howard and director, Marvel Barton. The new year will start August 1. fhe fL 2-ALGONA (lew*) ADVANCE MJSLiSHfO AS FART OP THI KOSSUTM COUNTY ADVANCI THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1965 LUTHERAN LADIES The Lutheran Ladies Aid met in the Fellowship Hall at the church Thursday afternoon with 20 members and 11 guests present, for their .Mother-Daughter Guest Day, The President Mrs. Glenn Schultzc, conducted the business meeting and at roll call each member introduced their guest. Pastor Stock had charge of the topic "Recognizing the Needs of Children" and Mrs. Donald Collins, Mrs. Gerald Larson and Mrs. Elmer Wendt were in charge of the program which consisted of several readings, poems and a skit. The meeting was closed with the singing of hymns in keeping with the Mother's Day theme. Lunch was served by Mrs. Harold Hauck and Mrs. Clarence Hauck. Guests present were: Mrs. Art Vaudt, Mrs. Molly Groh, Mrs. Louise Gr on bach, Mrs. Robert Blumer Sr., Mrs. Allan Foth;, Mrs. Eldon Monson, Mrs. Howard McCrady of Dakota City, Mrs. Russell Christiansen of Humboldt, Mrs. Benjamin of Bradgate, Mrs. Grebner of Ft. Dodge and Mrs. Schipull of LuVerne. U.P.W. MEETS The U.P.W. met at the Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon with twelve members present. Mrs. John Hauck, the president conducted the business meeting. Mrs. John Olson read an article on Missionary work in Ethiopia. Lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs. Harold Dolder. Louis Behounek it a medical patient at Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. , Mrs. Jessamine Miller was a recent house guest for a week in the'home, of Dr, and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goerndt and boys .of Des Moines were weekend' visitors in the parental Lawrence Frederick home. Kyle Goerndt, who had spent the past three weeks with his grandparents returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard spent from Friday until Sunday in Sioux City where they visited in the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Howard and Tracy Lee. Names called for the Cash Drawing Saturday night were: Sharon Lenertz $50, Guy Raney $50, and Joan Bonde $50. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Heiter, Algona, visited in the home of Mrs. Lela Heiter Sunday afternoon. Several ladies went out to the farm home of Mrs. Bill Davis Tuesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Ruby Scribner, who spent the winter in the south, has been here visiting relatives en- route to her cabin at Lake Okoboji where she will spend the summer. Supper guests in the home of Mrs. John Groh Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Snow and children of Clear Lake, granddaughter of Mrs. Groh, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh. -Livermore woman dies; rites Wednesday Livermore — Funeral services for Mrs. Jennie Collings, 90, former Livermore resident, were held yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon at Stuart, with burial in DCS Moines. Mrs. Collins passed away Sunday morning, May 9, at the Guthrie Center hospital where she had been a patient for several weeks. Since the death of her husband several years ago Mrs. Collins has made her home with her youngest daughter, the former Mrs. Lloyd Hughes, now Mrs. Charles Beebe of Stuart. MARRIED COUPLES The Married Couples club met at the Fellowship hall of the Lutheran church Sunday evening. President Glen Schultze presided at the business meeting and Pastor Stock was in charge of the topic. There was election of officers with the following being elected: president, Raymond Graaf, vice president, Daryl Frederick, sec., Edna Hanselmann, treas., Lulu Jaegels. A pot luck lunch was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Larson were guests. Mrs. Lyle Nelson is a medical patient at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Marcia Berryhill and her sister, Mrs. Marion Jacobs spent Mother's Day in the Tom Garman home in Jackson, Minn. Mrs. Carman is the former Marcia Berryhill. The Melody Moms entertained at the- Harold Wolf home Sunday afternoon in honor of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings, parents of Mrs. Wolf. Domino League W L Andersen Motors _88 56 K.-t). ^Hardware ..___..84 60 Sawyer's 80% 63% Dick's 79% 64% M & M Feeds 79 65 Town Tavern 71% 72% Mike's Standard 70 74 American Legion 66% 77% Livermore Oil Co. _54% 89% Livermore State Bk. 42% 101% High Individual Series Rich Sawyer 573 Don Behounek 531 Richard Thul 515 - High Individual Game __. Rich Sawyer 213 Richard Thul 211 Mike Erdman : 207 High Team Series Dick's 2758 Town Tavern 2698 K. O. Hardware 2675 High Team Game American Legion 988 K. 0. Hardware 960 Dick's — ____•___ 942 LuVerne pair to Germany to visit daughter LuVerne — The Charles Wolfs, Fort Dodge, formerly LuVerne, left Thursday for Frankfurt, Germany, to visit their daughter Betty, the Rev. Kenneth Wittenburgs and four children. Kenneth is the son of the late Rev. Louis Wittenburgs, former pastor of the LuVerne Zion Ev Lutheran church in the army in Germany. The trip was made by plane. STRIKES 'N SPAKS Monday Night Leagu* High Team Series ?< P. Cheese & Skclly — 2698 High Team Game Bamboo Lounge __~ , 9(J8 High individual Seriet G. Schnetzer ^ 572 High Individual Gam* M. Patterson > >216 Tuesday Night Team W JL Traugers 93 43 Beauty Shop 87% 48% K & II Oil 85% 50% Burgess Tavern ____72% iBS% Patterson Trucking "J & Shelling 81%-74% Hy-Line Chicks •„___53 ',83 Bamboo Lounge _^__46% 89% Les's Barber Shop. __44% •!% Hiqh Team Series ',r> Hy-Line Chicks _________ 2l61 Hiqh Team Game Hy-Line Chicks _~ " 778 > High Individual Series Donna Marty _— 503, Joan Nielson .___._!. 503 Hiqh Individual Game Delia Miller -J. 230 Wednesday Night Leafue High Team Series Co-op Elevator 2721 High Team Gam* Co-op Elevator __J 961 Hiqh Individual'Series L. Calkins l__L_-v 593 High Individual Gam*, L. Calkins ^_ 221 Thursday Night Leafue High Team Gem* Zentner '_ 2171 High Team Series Zentner „_. 747 High Individual Series J. Guy :____' 606 B. Hansen 488 High Individual Gam* J. Guy 222 B. Hanseni 187 Saturday Night League High Team Series Nielsen ____ 2115 High Team Gam* Blake's :. 744 High Individual Series Al Blake _ __ h 535 Lola Hippen ,_^ 475 High Individual Gam* Al Blake --'-—". 208 Joan Nielsen ; __.-jiJ75 Lola Hippen r _.:i.___ H _'i-l._" | 17!£ Jan Ruger —_ 175 For All Your Insurance Needs, Stop and See Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lindebak. This year the bowling results will be sponsored each week by the LuVerne Insurance Agency Summer program for LuVerne school set Tfc A Nw Ti Yf»r Ta, So you won't forge) (hot oil »ovin S i mad« fey thf «»mh torn bom th» fir»t. Livermore State Bank Phone 2011 — Uvermor* Member of F.D.I.C. Klein's Radio i TV (.•pair Shop LIViRMQRi § Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 179-1*02 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV SALES & SERVICE 1 Mrs. Anna Hanselman had her 500 card club Tuesday^ High, Mrs. Tillie Stoddard, low, Mrs. Frank Gronbach. • The Allen Darbys visited Sunday with their daughter Mary Lee, student nurse now completing three months psychiatric training for nurses at the mental health institution at Independence. They were having open house Sunday, The Fred Lenies, Blue Earth, visited Thursday with their son, the Roland Lenzes. MaWIMnMIMMB^^ LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY The summer school program at LuVerne high school has been arranged for June and July;) This summer the 8-12 age group boys will be divided to form three or four teams depending on the number participating. These teams will remain the, same all summer and will play each other a schedule of games. At the end of the summer program, a league champion will be determined and a first place ribbon awarded to each member of the championship team. This years 7th and 8th grade boys will be divided to form two teams and the same procedure will be followed. This arrangement will give everyone an opportunity to play. The games will be played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Following is a weekly schedule of all activities beginning June 7 and ending July 30. A game schedule will be printed when the teams are picked. MONDAY Drivers Education — Morning. H. S. Baseball — Evening. TUESDAY Drivers Education — Morning. Recreational Swimming — Bus will leave at 1:30. Little League Baseball Game — 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Drivers Education — Morning. Little League Practice — 2:00 to, 4:00 p.m. High School Baseball —..Evening. THURSDAY Drivers Education — Morning: -•Little League Game — 7:30 p.ni; ' FRIDAY Drivers Education — Morning- High School Baseball — Evening. LuVerne High School Baseball Schedule: June 7 — Klemme, here. June 9 — Algona Public, here. June 11 — Cal Community, here. June 14 — Twin Rivers, here. June 16 — Goldfield, there. June 18 — Kanawha, there. June 21 — Boone Valley here. June 23 — Algona Public, there. June 25 — Corwith-Wesley, there. June 28 — Rockwell-Swale- LUTHERAN AID MEETS Aid met Thursday at the Zion Ev. Lutheran church with Mrs. Allen Darby presiding. Plans were made for serving refreshments for the ministerial conference to be held here May 10. The pastor, the Rev. R. T- Mueller, gave the lesson and prayer. Auction was held. Mrs. Robert Gronbach was hostess. dale, here. June 30 — Twin Rivers, there. July 2 — Sheffield, there. July 5 — MeserVey-Thornton, at Thornton. July 7 through 12 Sectionals July 14 — Kanawha, here. July 16 — Goldfield, here. CIRCLES CLOSE YEAR The last 'circle 'meetings of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, of the Methodist church, for .-the church year was held Wednesday. Circle I met with Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Devotions were by Mrs. Lucinda Stone, lesson, Mrs. Chester Sill. Mrs. Raymond Nelson presided and she was presented a gift, Mrs. Loyd Larson was given a farewell gift as they have moved to Humboldt. The pot luck supper planned was postponed, due to so many activities at this time. Guests were Grace Lichty, Mrs. Herman Schulz, Mrs. DeLain Blumer, Mrs. Douglas Holmes, and Mrs. 1 Roxie Watts. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Faye Lichty, Devotions were by Mrs. Earl Manning, lesson, Mrs. Alvin Weber. Mrs. Irvin Jergensen presided. She was given a gift as retiring; chairman. Guests were Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe and Mrs. Joe Madden. Circle 3 met with Mrs. Clara McClellan. Devotions were by Myrtle Jordan, and the lesson was a quiz conducted by Mrs. Duane Neal and Mrs. L. B. Shelton. Mrs. Neal presided and was, presented a gift as retiring chairman. Evening Star, Circle met Thursday evening with Mrs. Vernon' Eggleston. Mrs. Judy Wilkinson was a guest. Devotions were by Mrs. Gerald Ramus and lesson by Mrs. Ben Hefty. Mrs. Wilder Rockwood presided. • Installation of new officers will*'take"'place at the general meeting May 19 with the Rev. Worthie Usher officiating. Plans were made fof Poppy Day with Mrs, Earl John, chairman, and also the Memorial Day service, the county meeting May 11 was announced. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. John and Mrs. Carl Swanson. Hostesses were Mrs. Anne smith and Mrs. Albert Genricn. CHURCH GROUP MEETS WSCS met May 6 at the EUB church with Mrs. Albert Hefti presiding. Devotions and lesson was by Mrs. Harry Naffriger. Plans were made for a fellowship following a talk in the church May 14 for Ruth Elmer a missionary in Japan, home visiting relatives. Mrs. Paul Blumer was hostess. SISTER-IN-LAW DIES The Max Blocks received news of the death of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles Block, 75, April 28 Bettendorf. Her husband died several years ago. The Ronald Anderson*, Leland, visited Sunday with her par<Bnts, ; the LeRoy Hanselmans, and-her, grandmother, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. "MIX or MATCH" Over 100 Colors to select from.... CARD OF THANKS : — My sin- ,cere, thanks .to all who remembered me with cards, letters, gifts and visits;while at Veteran's hospital and since my return .home. — Charles Hinz. v V 36* WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn shelter. 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 $4.91, or will discount for cash.. Write: Credit Manager, 2719 Virginia Ave., Si. Paul; Minn. 34-36* . . . . With our Hank's Custom Color System. Mixed in minutes while you wait. Lawson Hardware LuVerne Renwick DIVIDEND NOTICE On May 4, 1965 Directors ef Iowa Public Service Company declared a quarterly dividend of 27%c per share on the Common Stock, payable June 1, 1965 to stockholders of record May 14, 1965. The regular quarterly dividends on the 3.75%, 3.90% and 4.20% Cummulative Preferred Stocks were declared payable June 1,1965 to stockholders of record May 14, 1965. IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY ' E. M RAUN : ' CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD PLAN POPPY DAY The Legion Auxiliary met Monday at the town hall with Mrs. Bryan Stewart presiding. e> Paints • Appliances • Housewares • Gifts • L. P. Gat Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawion Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne ENTf RPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Good*. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 •IHlMIIliM^ SANFORD Plunking I Heating WAYNi SANFORD * Ritchie Hog W'terert Watertrt * iver Pure Ckrinator water conditioner* HUM TU 2-3261 LUYERNE CLINIC PR. R 0- BRAINfc-RD Of FICf HOUR? Week Payi Satyrdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5 00 Closed all day Wednesday UVerne. '«w« phone TU 2-3?2| IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2*3304 We will be i : i • ' " . • • .t CLOSED! i -It all biiiitts- i all day Monday May 31 -for Inventory- LUVERNE Co-op Elevator iUDON 6Uf §§, Manager TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS Prices good Thursday, Friday A Saturday, May 13, 14 & 15 Bartlett PEARS 3 No - 21/2 ° aB$ $ 1.°° Royal GELATIN 3 Folger't COFFEE Flavorkist CRACKERS 25 "» 29 First Lady ICECREAM "M Vets DOGFOOr 6 . •- 49" Otark • • '.' CHARCOAL "Ufa' 59* Van Camp , PORK & BEANS 5 Froxon(Loan) GROUND BEEF 2 "» « No, 1 Cans Green Top RADISHES BlQCb 5' Swiff* SUMMER SAUSAGE »• LUNCHEON LOAF Lb, 4* Pioneer LONGNORN CHEESE i». 4* Cuiiian BACON u, 9* Ifltfttd DEEF ROAST Wff Rtffryt HM HifM t« Limjt Qu«ntitie» rVVVWVWVVVWVVVWWWVW^^

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