Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 13
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To be capped T *L Iribime THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1965 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 accepted a Texas and call to Huntsville, will leave in June CHERYL FUHRMANN 1 Livermore — Miss Cheryl Fuhrmann, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Lawrence Fuhrmann, Livermore, and Sharon Len- ertzi daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz, also of Livermore, will graduate Saturday, June 5, from the St. Joseph School of Nursing at Mercy hospital in Mason City. Auxiliary plans stand again at celebration Livermore. — The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Le.- gion hall Monday evening with president Mrs. Wm. Erpelding, conducting the ing. About 30 business meet- members were present With Mrs. Donald Aure of Bode, county president, as guest. Mrs. Richard McKenna read a.history of the poppy and how it came to be chosen as the Memorial flower for Veterans. It was also decided to again have a dish stand at the annual celebration, which is sponsored by the Legion, which will be held on June 27-28 this year. Marge Zeimet, Mildred Streit, and Dorothy Malkmus were named as the nominating committee to get new officers for next year. Election of officers will be at the next (June) meeting. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Johanna Smith, a Gold Star.Mother and Mrs. Aure in behalf of the Auxiliary. Bingo was the evening's 'entertainment; which was in charge of Leila Insko, Marguerite W y m a n, Joyce Foth and Ruby Holmes. Lunch was served by Mildred Werling, Helen Davis, Betty Thul, Grace Anderson and Joan Malkmus. SKATING PARTY The Eager Beavers 4-H club invited all surrounding 4-H clubs to come to their skating party Friday, May 28 at the Star Roller Rink in Algona from 7:30; to 10:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm have gone to Yakima, Wash., where they will visit in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Hamm and boys and attended the graduation of their oldest son, Mark from high school. • • , Mrs. Molly Greh and daughter Mrs. Daryl Frederick left by train from Ft. Dodge to Chicago, 111. to attend funeral services for Mrs. Mary SaLman on Friday. Mrs. Groh and Mrs. Salzman are cousins. Daryl Behounek who is in the service and stationed at Empire, Mich., spent Thursday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek. Mrs. Lucy Cenlay has returned after several weeks visiting at the home of Annabelle, Mrs. her daughter Charles Ache and family in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. The Methodist Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Daryl Swisher as hostess. Mrs. Beth Olson had the devotions and lesson. Mrs. Kate Collins had some of her children and grandchildren on Mother's Day, Mrs. Irma Dugan of Humboldt. Francis Collins and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Collins and son Roger, Mr. Oscar Riley and Ida Riley of West Bend were also callers hat day. 1 ! •> • ' • Mr. and Mrs. Herman Larson have returned home this week after an extended visit out east with their daughter Virginia in Washington, D. C., and the past month with their son the Rev. lifford Larson family in Hutchinson, Kan., who brought them home and spent a day here with them. Mr. Louis Behounek who has been a medical patient at Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge had major surgery Saturday morning. with his family to serve there. He and Mrs. Luecke are former' ly from New Orleans, La. There was a joint county meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary members at the Legion hall Tuesday, May 18. Mrs. Lillie Foth of Algona was guest speaker for the Auxiliary. Mrs. Lyle Nelson has returned from Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge where she was under medical care. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Howard went to Rochester, Minn. Wednesday where Mr. Howard went for his periodical check-up. 40th wedding, LuVerne couple, is celebrated LuVerne — There were 100 guests for the Guy Giddings 40th wedding May 9 at a reception at their daughter, the Har old Wolfs. . Hosts were their children the Wolfs, LuVerne, Junior Giddings, Algona, and Mrs. Verna Saniord, Palm Dale, Calif. Mrs. Sanford was not present but phoned. . , . Mrs. John Stampka, LuVerne, who has been a companion to Mrs. Giddings also assisted with the reception. A program included renewal of the marriage vows by the Platte, Neb., Thursday. Mrs. Buchanan was a sister of Mrs. Klein's Radio ft TV Repair Shep LIVERMORE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 379-1602 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO A TV SALES & SERVICE MEMORIAL DAY Rev. Worthie Usher. Junior Giddings gave his. mother in marriage and Mrs. Harold Wolf was the witness. Musical numbers were by the Melody Moms quartet, Livermore. The decorated cake made by Mrs. Roy Guy, Ren wick, was cut and served by Mrs. George Kitzenberg, Avenal, N. J., a sis ter-in-law of Mrs. Giddings. Pouring was Mrs. Howard Ketzenberg, Windom, Minn., sister- in-law, and punch, was served by Mrs. Harold Arndt, Comfry Minn., sister. Waitresses were Sheri Arndt and Linda Ketzen berg. Susan Wolf had the guest book. Towns were Avenal; N. J. West Haven, Conn., Milwaukee Wis., Comfry, Windom, Roches ter and Wells, Minn.; Algona Wesley, Irvington, Emmetsburg Spirit Lake, Burt, Buffalo Cen ter, Bode, Livermore, For Dodge, Scarville, Whittemore, and LuVerne. - ' Lichty's mother, the late Mrs. J; V. Robinson, long time early LuVerne resident. CLUB HAS LUNCHEON Tuesday Club closed its club year May 11, with a one o'clock luncheon at Humboldt with all members present. The afternoon was spent playing bingo followed by a social hour. Mrs. Ralph Davidson is the club president. William Klawitter was released Thursday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, after two weeKs with a broken leg in a fall at his home. He was taken to the Houston Nursing home in Humboldt. Jon!, 15 month old daughter of the Sherman Arends, is a medical patient at Lutheran hosr pital since Wednesday. Mrs. William Goetsch was in Fort Dodge Tuesday at an all day meeting of district officers of the WSCS in a Methodist parsonage. Mrs. Clarence Krause was returned to Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge Thursday by ambu lance. She had just returned home from hospital several days go- Mother's Day weekend guest of Mrs. Lillie O. Hesse were he son the Dr. Norman Hesses Manchester. Sunday guests were heir granddaughter and daugh- er the Phillip Heftys, Humboldt. The Fred Baumgartners vis- ted his niece Mrs. Ed Buehl in Stone Lake, Wis., enroute home LuVerne will graduate 26 at Conmencement Tuesday LuVerne — The LuVerne Community School will hold be made May 28. They will pick iaccalaureate services Sunday, up and calls will be received Hay 23 and Commencement by the president, Mrs. Bryan Tuesday, May 25. Both pro- btcwart, 682-134(32. grams will begin at 8 p.m. The Commencement speaker NEW LIBRARY BOOKS vill be Richard H. (DicK) Me- i'nore were 700 books from :awnn, director of Public Rela- the travel book exchange Ma- Ions at the C. E. School of Com- on City, added to the LuVerne May 29 in LuVerne. Mrs. Earl ohn is chairman of the Legion Vuxiliary. Helpers for sale of oppics that day arc solicited. Jontact Mrs. John, telephone 82-3315. iELLS BULL R. W. Frank, LuVerne, re ently sold an Aberdeen-Angus bull to Harry ,); Thllges, Irving- on. • Wreaths \ • Sprays • Flower Arrangements MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" yVfiMOJii The Catholic Guild met Tuesday evening at the church with Mrs. Gus boosalis and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz as hostesses. Mrs. Nick Bormann, chairman, presided at the business meeting. Cards were then played for the entertainment. The Neighborhood Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Harold Roethler as hostess. A dessert luncheon was served and cards were played. Mrs. Julius Becker received high. Mrs. Bill Davis low and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad traveling. Mrs. Dick Balk and Mrs. Don Kiley were guests. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Senders have gone 10 their cottage in Minnesota for the summer. Mr, and Mrs. Dale Joiner and daughter Sharon attended a Senior Music Recital on Friday at Oskaloosa which was presented by their son Larry Joiner who majored in music, They spent the rest of the weekend in Ottumwa visiting relatives and returned home on Sunday, Callers Sunday at the Robert Blumer home were their daugh ter the Richard Wilcoxes and family of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs, James Blumer and girls of Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding and family, LuVerne, Mrs, Don Collins, Livermore. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer Jr. and son David of Eagle Grove were callers. Mrs, Ona Bean accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold-Freder jck went to Watertown, S. D. to the graduation of Mrs. Beers' grandson, Gary Ljndgren, who graduated Thursday evening from Waverly high-school. They will visit at h§r daughters the Delmar Ljndgren's and return home Sunday. Filter Q, William Lyefke, a former pastor of Imminuel Lutheran church but aow of Mjssoula, Mont., was the morning speaker at the dedication of the Prince of Peace Lutheran church in Ft. Dodge on Simday, He served this congregation before going to Missoula. He has MINISVERIAL MEETING " ^ An Algona Zone meeting of ministers and wives of Lutheran churches was held in the Zion Ev. Lutheran church with the Rev. and Mrs. R. T, Mueller hosts. Dinner was served at noon followed by a coffee at close of afternoon session. Serv- ng were Mrs, Lillie Hesse, Mrs, Walter Bierstedt, Mrs. John Hansen and Mrs, Leslie Calkins, Ministers were from St. John and St. James Lutheran churches, Garner, Algona, Whittemore, Livermore, Burt, Fenton, Lotts Creek, Ventura, West Bend, Cylinder, Swea City. CLUB CLOSES YEAR J. J. Club closed its club year Friday with a luncheon at Mrs. C, W. Bjustrom's. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Wilder Rockwood and Mrs. Clifford Holmes, Cards were played, Outgoing officers are Mrs. John Cox, pres.; vice, Mrs, Albert Hefti; sec,, Mrs, Edwin Hefti and treas., Mrs. Faye Lichty. New officers are Mrs, William Goetsch, pres,; Mrs Cox, vice; sec,, Mrs, Wilder Rockwood; treas., Mrs. Duane Neal AUNT IS DEAD Mrs. Faye Lichty received news of death of an aunt, Mrs. Bessie Buchanan, 85, North from Augusta, Wis., where they spent the Mother's Day week- nd with their daughter, the Durwood Bur Uses. Roger Gregory came Saturday from San Diego, Calif., naval air i>ase where he completed boot training following his enlistment in February. Alter visiting his parents, the Gordon Gregorys, he reports May 25 to the naval air base, Great Lakes, 111., for 15 weeks schooling. the LuVerne Memorial Soci ? ety met Thursday in the town hall. Mrs. Anne Smith presided. Bingo was played. Hostesses were Mrs. Edward Ramus, Mrs Eli Bager and Mrs. Amelia Hanselman. The Friendly Neighbor Club met with Mrs. Jon B. Wilkinson Tuesday. The lesson was by Mrs W. Raymond Legler. Mrs. Ed win Hefti had the surprise en tertainment. Mrs. Jack Guy, her father Charles Heinkel, and her grandmother, Mrs. < Sula Frantz, were Saturday ^visitors at Robert mith's, Des Moines. Mrs. Heinkel visited a week with her laughter. The Henry Kublys were in West Bend Wednesday visiting he Oscar Lynian and Ida Riley and Mrs, Chris Luthi. Mrs. Bryan Stewart and Mrs. ucinda Stone attended the Legion Auxiliary meeting in Al- ;ona Tuesday. The Elwin E listens, Des tfoines, were Sunday guests at Gerald Ramus's. Mrs. Ellston is sister of Gerald Ramus. The Chester Sills attended a reception Sunday in Algona for the 88th birthday of Clayton Sill, father of Chester Sill. Richard (Dick) Miller went to Des Moines Saturday and merce, Nebraska's largest private business school located at Omaha. He will speak on "Common Denominator of Leadership." Mr. McCawnn is probably Ne- )raska's busiest public speaker. His commencement addresses number over 600 and he delivered 311 addresses on the general subject of our national defense in a two year period. Rev. Ralph S. Hindman, pastor of the EUB church of Lu- Verne, will give the Baccalaureate sermon. Memorial Day program dated in the morning LuVerne — The Memoria Day program at the LuVerne Cemetery will be held May 3( at 7:30 a.m. (new daylight time as announced by Owen Curry Commander of tne LuVerne Le- ibrary triday, Mrs. Paul Bluner, president of the library board reports. It includes a big :ollectioi\ of books lor young >eople and juniors. POPPIES MAY 29 Poppy Day will be observed WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn sheller. Don Marty LuVerne. Ilw2atti 1ARD OF THANKS — We wish to express our sincere thanks to all who remembered us with cards, visits, kindnesses on the occasion of our 40th wed ding anniversary, May 16. — Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings. 3t Council Minutes TOWN OF LuVERNI LuVerne, low* ' COUNCIL MINUTCS May 3, 1965 Mayor Mallory presided or a rcgula meeting with councllmcn Guy, Strand Zentner, and Gronbach present. Absent Nielsen, The following bills wore allowed: I.P.S. Co. $184.0 Holland Wallino 299.6 Dolaine Blui. 1 er .... 301.79 arold Trauger 110.13 reas. of State of la. 19.18 .uverne Scnool SOU.00 tandord Oil Co. 62.15 rate Hygienic Lab. IO.UO •iiewohcr Hdwe. 20.00 ames Mollory 10.00 Nielsen's UX I7.t>7 Humboldt Concrete Prod. 55.40 Sontord Plbg. t, Htg. 17.04 IN.W. fclopnonc 17.22 Advance Publishing Co. 11.10 Building permits for garages were issued to James Mollory and Lester Hint, Jack Guy was issued a permit for an addition on his house. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk R«e«!pt« far April, 1743: General $1316.99 Street 1382.94 Public Safety 1739.22 Sanitation 535.68 Mun. Ent 892.93 Recreation 446.36 Utilities 2031.96 koad Use lax 575.70 Total .$9121.78 May 5, 1965 Council met in special session with Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilmcn present: Nielsen, Strand, Guy, and Zentner. Councilman absent: Gronbach. Council met with Rasmussen of Midwest Asphalt Co. about a cold mix application for the streets. No action was taken. , H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk CARD OF THANKS — I wish to express my sincere thanks to all lor the many cards, get well wishes, visits, flowers, when I was hospitalized at Lutheran hospital. — William A. Marty. 38* gion. The program consists of the high school band playing the Star Spangled Banner. Invocation is giving of Pledge of Allegiance by Mrs. Bryan Stewart, president of the Legion Auxiliary. Owen Curry will introduce the speaker, the Rev. R. T. Mueller, pastor of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church. A new ceremony will take place in the decoration of a soldier's grave by the firing squad. Benediction will be followed by taps. ATTEND RETREAT ,The William Goetsches, Lu- Verne, and Frances Johnsons Fort Dodge, attended a Methodist Christian Lay couples re treat for North Iowa Methodisi Conference May 14, 15, 16, at Blake's Grove Camp at Ackley They were representatives ol the Fort Dodge district, Mrs Goetsch was elected secretary: FLOWERS ARE WANTED The Legion Auxiliary is ask ng for donation of flowers or greens to be used in making sprays to decorate soldier grav es in the LuVerne Cemetery Memorial Day. The sprays wil SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new. With forward and reverse stitching, zigzag sewing, buttonhole making, monogramming and fancy stitcn designs with attachments, fully guaranteed. Eight payments ot •4.89 or will discount for cash. May be seen in your area. Write redit Manager, Belle Plaine, Minnesota, Route 1, Box 92. alw38-40 brought Nels Jensen home from Veterans hospital where he was a patient two weeks, Paints • Appliances Housewares • Gifts • L, P.Gai Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware •12-3370 —UuVernr LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 iMllllllllllllilllllllllllllllillHllllUIIIIHIIIIIMIllllllllllllMa SANFORD Plumbing ft Heating WAYNE SANFORD. * Ritchie Hog Waterers * Pride-of-Farm Watarert * Ever Pure Clorinator 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 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 24228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 NOTICE! Garbage will be picked up every Tuesday ft Friday, starling Friday, May 21. Garbage must be placed for pickup by 7:30 A.M. 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