Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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Seniors and 8th grade graduates at LuVerne Tea LuVerne — Tlic Progressive Woman's club May 20 and 21 had an annual lea for the senior girls and 8th grade girl graduates at the home of Mrs. .Tames Mallory. president of the club. Mrs. Mallory gave the welcome to the senior girls. Mrs. Verne Daley \vas chairman of the program. Music was by Mrs. Sue lleathman, vocal instructor, and the sextet. Elaine Schnakcn- berg. Connie Schnetzcr, Dawn Lindebak, Grelchen Zentner, Coleen John, Linda Daley, sang. accomnanied by Mrs. Tleathman. Mrs. Daley gave readings. Senior girls are Suzie Blake, Nancy Brink, Suzanne Dudley, Patti Erpelding, Darlone Goe't- sch, Kris Hanselman, Esther Hinz, Monnie Hansen, Mario Stampka, Linda Nelson, Clara Scbnakenberg. Guests were women teachers of high school, Mrs. Sue Heathman, Barbara Sharman, Sharon Knolls, Mrs. Virginia Erickson, Mrs. Annctta Walters, Mrs. Bryce Wickett. Mrs. Mallory welcomed the eighth grade girls. Grctchen Zentner sang a solo accompanied by Mrs. Worthic Usher. Eighth grade girls are Mi- Paints • Appliances House wares • Gifts • L. P. Gas Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne rhele Coyle. Thpresa Mary Hanselman, Connie Hefty, Karen Hcrschbergen, Erna Hinz, Barbara Hurlburt, Kris Meyer, Becky Watts, Kathy Wittmeicr, Mrs. Margaret Stripling is their teacher. Guests were grade teachers Emma Wise, Pauline Pfeiffer, Virginia Rogert, licit- lab Hindman, Catherine Schade, Margaret Stripling, Helen Daley. Nadine Selvig, Linda Daley, Rita Patterson and Jane Hanselman. High school girls assisted . AID TOWN PARK the Good Will club met May 20 with Mrs. Roy Guy, north of Renwick. Luclla Blumcr presided. They pledged money for the Shelter House project at the Lu- Verne town park. Each member to donate $1 or $17 for the memberships. Mrs. William Goctsch had the entertainment. Mrs. Joe Croslcy, Hardy, daughter of Mrs. Guy was a guest. The June 17 meeting will be with Mrs. Carl Swanson. BREAKS AN ARM Mcrt L. Barton fell at his farm home Tuesday and suffered a broken arm.' He was returned to Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove, He was at the home over the winter and just returned two weeks ago to his home for the summer. The Jerry Krauses, Hardy, were Sunday visitors at Robert Barber's. Mrs. Doris Kimiey, Milo, is a guest of her daughter, the Brycc Wickctts. She came to attend the graduation of her grandson John Wickett. Mrs. Harry Naffiiger, Mrs. Andrew Marty, LuVerne, Mrs. Richard Lann and Sandra, Fort Dodge, daughter of the Harry Naffzigers, were in DCS Moines Thursday. They went to meet Mrs, Katherine Wagner, Pepria, 111., mother of Mrs. Naffziger. She came to visit and attend the graduation of her grandson David Naffziger. THE LU VERNE COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL SPONSOR IOWA MASTER GROWERS CORN AND SOYBEAN CONTEST For Farmers in the LuVerne Vicinity To enter contact: BEANS — Ed Lindebak CORN — Harold Trauger AVJWWmVmVm'm' TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS PRICES GOOD FRIDAY A SATURDAY, MAY 28 A 29 THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 31 DOUBLE GREEN STAMPS THURSDAY, MAY 27 Folger's COFFEE IDS. (Limit) lo Jack Sprat OLEOMARGARINE 4»»-89« JELLO 5 1*1*. 49' Reg, 39c Pkgs, 3 far $100 Sather COOKIES PORK & BEANS, WHITE BEANS, RED BEANS, etc. can lOc First Lady ICE CREAM 1 2 cal. 59< Tribu ne 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF TMt KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 27,1965 SERVICEMEN DANNY ELLIFRITZ USS America (CVA-66) — Airman Apprentice Danny L. Ellifritz, USN, son of Mrs. Bonnie B. Ellifril.7. of LuVerne. has departed Norfolk, Va., for a two- month cruise in the Caribbean, while serving as a crcwmembcr of the attack aircraft, carrier USS America. This cruise will afford the first opportunity for the 77,600 ton war ship to operationally test fire her Terrier surface-to-air guided missiles. During the cruise, America will visit the port of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands and will operate from the U. S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Two LuVerne students to get degrees Two LuVerne students will receive Bachelor of Arts de- gress at Commencement exercises at Westmar College at Le- Mars this weekend. The exercises will be Sunday at 4 p.m. They are Neil Hindman, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hindman and Margene Merkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle of LuVerne. Dr. D. 0. Kime, a past Westmar president, will be the 75th anniversary speaker. Mrs. Oliver Knutson and Mrs. Gerald C o 1 e m a n, Irvington, were Sunday guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Marie Maass. They came for baccalaureate. Robert Maass, a nephew is a member of the 1965 class. Maebelle Maass, Westmar college, LeMars, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Marie Maass. The William Goetsches visited in Livermore with her mother Mrs. Jack Sykes for her birthday. The Henry Kublys and Edwin Martys visited Sunday in Randall with the Judean Welthas. Mike Him entered the no? pital in Rochester, Minn., May 17. He had surgery Wednesday. Mr. Hinz will be 87 May 30. Mrs. Hinz is with him. The Lester Smiths went to Eldora for a few days with their son, the Jerald Smiths. They are moving to Iowa Falls where Lhey have purchased a new tiome. Jerry is employed in Iowa Falls. The William Goetsches wore in Laurens Sunday where Mrs. Goetsch was speaker to the high school Sunday School class and the committee on Christian vocations in the Methodist church. Weekend guests at William Frozen LEMONADE can New Red POTATOES ORANGES 10 Ibt. doz. 8* Memorial Day Wreath* ft Flowm Frozen FRYING CHICKENS w«h 79« Gus Glaser All-Meat WIENERS 2 l».|*«i, jjj Swift's Premium MOUND STEAK »• Spiced Ham LUNCHEON LOAF 79* Lb. 49' <£ We Reserve the Right to Limit Qua. ntitie* •VVWV.WV CARD OF THANKS — We sincerely wish to thank all relatives and friends for many cards, letters, visits, flowers and plants received while we were hospitalized at Lutheran hospital. — Laura and Jess Lindebak. 40 Goetsch's were their daughter Sonja, the Jon Putnams. The Puthams are moving soon to make their home in Algona, The Ernest Habegers, West Bend, and John Rugcrs Jr., Fenton, visited Sunday with their parents the John Rugers, Sr. The Henry Martys visited in Ames ovc'r Sunday with their son, the Carroll Martys, and daughters, the George Hargroves. The Bryan Stewarts, Mrs. Faye Lichty, the Jess Jefgen- sens, and C. J. Bjustroms spent Thursday at Lake Cornelia fishing. A picnic was for the May 20th birthday of Jess Jergensen. The Gerhard Myers family went to Fenton Thursday' to Henry Langerman's for the 85th birthday, May 20, of Mr. Lariger- man, father of Mrs. Myers.: The Herbert Danzers, Mankato, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the parental Gerhard Myers'. The Harold Ristaus, and'her father, Philip Fouarge, Livermore, attended the graduation at Gilmore City Saturday of a nephew and grandson, Robert Behnkendorf, son of the Edward Behnkendorfs. The Robert Wills and Gordon Gregorys, LuVerne, also attended. They were all guests of the Behnkendorfs., Attending the dedication of the new Peace Lutheran church in Fort Dodge May 16 from Lu- Verne were the Harold Ristaus, L. C. Wittmeiers, Richard Weg- ners, and the Albert Nielsens, Britt. They were joined that noon for a picnic by the Elmer Emerys, Gary Wittmeiers, Dale Eldridges, all Fort Dodge, for the birthdays of Debra and 'Lori Wittmeier. Weekend visitors at Harold Ristau's were the Virgil Thor- sons, Rose Creek, Minn., ; and her father, Philip Fouarge, f Livermore. ! The George De.Sarts brought his mother Mrs. Stella De Sart, Lake City, to LuVerne Sunday to visit her daughter the qiyde Dudleys; She .came for the commencement of her granddaugh- *»*. Wif*r*tnt+* mn ^ M. *r\** ^Lll'" '••••• »-•*• - H i I *t « ter Suzanne Buaiey. • ..<? Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston and her daughter, the Charles Nygaards, visited Sunday in Webster City with the Albert Ruppels. Irvin H. Chapman and daugh ter Cheyenne, Ames, visited here Saturday and Sunday, r The Harold Ristaus, their guests the Virgil Thorsons, Rose Creek, Minn., an4 Mrs. Ristau's father, Philip Fouarge, Livermore, were Sunday guests of the Joe Fouarges in Humboldt. . Weekend guests at Clyde Dudley's were his brothers the C. G. Dudleys and F. E. Dudleys, Des Moines. They came for the baccalaureate service. Their niece Suzanne Dudley is a graduate. Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mik« visited Saturday and Sunday m Readlyn with the daughter Becky, the Dewayne Tobeys. > Burial service at LuVerne for Mrs. Him. Prior LuVerne — Private graveside services for Mrs. William Prior were held 2 p.m. at the Lu- Verne Cemetery Sunday. The Rev. Worthie Usher officiated. The Blake Funeral home, Lu- Verne was in charge. Mrs. Prior died Feb. 1 in Mercy hospital, Mason City, after several months illness. She is survived by her husband, three children, two daughters and one son; five grandchildren. Attending the service were Mr. Prior, LuVerne; Marsha, the James Sloters, Danny and Mike, Forest City; the Donovan Priors, Stevie, Becky, Billy, Storm Lake; Sally Prior, Mason City; the C. R. Daughritys, Des Moines; C. W. Rogges, Battle Creek; John Skogmos, Fort Dodge; and Jack Guys, LuVerne. PASTOR TO GRADUATION The Rev. Ralph Hindmans will attend commencement at Westmar college, LeMars, Sunday. Their son Neil Hindman, and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Keith Hindman, will be graduates. A daughter-in-law, Mrs. Neil Hindman, will also be graduated from Tougaloo college in Mississippi. Keith Strayer, Algona, will occupy the pulpit of the LuVerne church in the absence of the Rev. Hindman. FLOWERS WANTED The Auxiliary again requests donations of flowers and greens for making of sprays for decorations of soldier graves in the LuVerne cemetery. Contact unit president Mrs. Bryan Stewart, 882-3462 for pickup of flowers and greens. Mrs. Howard Swanson has been with her parents, the. G. L. Osbornes, Ames, recently. Her mother, Mrs. Osborn had a heart attack and is hospitalized at Mary Greeley hospital, Ames. Mrs. Stella Mason, Charles City, and Mrs. Verna Thompson, Ledyard, were guests of Lottie and Jennie Mason for a week. The birthday of Mrs. Thompson, May 17, was observed with out of town guests her sister, the James Zweifels, Corwith. Mrs. Grady Hinson and children, Arlington, Va.', came Tuesday to visit her parents, the Herman Hinzes and her brother the Myron Hinzes. 50 YEARS — Dr. Lawrence R. Locher of Farley is still practicing dentistry there after 50 years. He recently attended the 50th anniversary of his graduating class in dentistry at North- RECITAL IS GIVEN A recital for piano students was held May 23 by Mrs. Elsie L. Mueller (Mrs. R. T. Mueller) in the parsonage of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church. Taking part were Elaine Hinz, Kimberly Nielson, Larry Curry, Gene Casey, Diane Curry, Larry Casey, Dennis Marty, Robert Blake. JRef reshments were served f ol- lovvihg"the'"recital for the'stu- dents, their parents and friends. WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn sheller, Don Marty, LuVerne, Il\v25tfn SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new. With forward and reverse stitching, zigzag sewing ( buttonhole making, monogramming and fancy stitch designs with attachments, fully guaranteed. Eight payments of $4.89 or will discount for cash. May be seen in your area. Write Credit Manager, Belle Plaine, Minnesota, Route 1, Box 92. 51\v38-40 WE HAVE . . . Lawnboy Mowers Hoover Vacuums Maytii Wishers Monarch Ranges •) PLUMBING •) HEATING « WIRING LAWSON Hardware LuVerne 882-3370 Renwick mi $164 IN CANCER DRIVE Mrs. Bryan Stewart, cancer chairman for LuVerne, reports $164.05 collected. Workers were Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Edward Wagner, Mrs. Anne Smith, Mrs. Jack Guy, Mrs. L. B. Shelton, Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Laura Zweifel, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. Ed Jackson, Mrs. Emerald Strand, Mrs. Earl John. western" University, along with eighteen others of the class. Dr. Looher's wife, Marie, has acted as his dental assistant for the past 37 years. •OTIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIM LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 •MIIIIIIIIM SANFORD Plumbing: & Heating WAYNE SANFORD + Ritchi* Hog Waterers * Pride«f-Farm Waterera * Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners Phone TU 2-3251 SERVICES ON SUNDAY Memorial Day services will be held 2 p.m. (Daylight) Sunday in the LuVerne Cemetery, sponsored by the Legion, Music will be by LuVerne high school band. Speaker will be the Rev. R. T. Mueller, pastor of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church. He will be CLOSED v - f . -to all k«si«ess- all day Monday May 31 -lor Inventory- LUVERNE Co-op Elevator 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 2-3226 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 MOST LUVERNE STORES WILL BE CLOSED IIWUMIY MAY 31 LUVERNE COMMERCIAL CLUB STRIKES 'N SPARES Team Standings lor the Season Monday — Red League W L Prior's Skelly 48 16 Corwith Implt _j 55 25 Livermore Co-op ___34% 25% Corner Store 28%" 31% LuVerne Ins, 28% 35% Bamboo Lounge 26 34 Pioneer Cheese __23% 36% Standard Oil 20 40 Tuesday — Ladies League W L Traugers —___95 45 LuVerne Bty. Shop 90% 49% K & H Oil _. 187% 52% Burgess Tav. _____—73% 66% Pattersons Trucking & Shelling 64% 75% Hy-Line Chicks _____55 85 Bamboo Lounge 48% 91% Les's Barber Shop _..45% 94% Wed. — White League W L Walnut Grove 87 49 Zentner's Livestock _86 54 Sanford Plbg. 81 55 Co-op Elev. —77% 62% Blake's ___67% 72% Security St. Bk. ____60 76 Bldg. Co. , 49 87 The Old Timers 44 96 Thursday — Mixed American W .'L Burgess —___93 47 Robinson —74 66 Zentner 71% 64% Dawson __.63 69 Humboldt _ -70 70 Corwith .57% 78% Patterson __ 59% 72% Gronbach's -59% 80% Saturday — Mixed National W L Blake's 82 58 Goetsch —1-78 62 Nielsen's 77 63 Minrulax ,. 64% 75% Lawsons 62% 77% Pioneer , ^56 84 for All Yeur Insurance Needs, Stop and See Your Friendly Insurance Agent, Ed Lindebak. LuVerne Insurance Agency DRIVE School is out for the summer — and it if more important new than aver to drive carefully. The youngster! will be playing outside for the next three month*. Be on tht alert it all times «. watch for cjrf parked along the curbing. Pay particular attention at intersection*. Remember — it may not be your fault if your ear strike* a youngster but you could avoid §ny such accident maiy timtf with just • iittlt more care. Keep ovr children safo in Lu- Verne — drive carefully thif *ummtr. ' » - THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED IY Trtf f i PUBLIC SPIRITED LUVERNE MERCHANT* CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RJCHARO GRONBACH YERNE BUDDING CO, LU VERNE CLINIC VERNE UNES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S OX SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES LOWELL'S STANDARD Service LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP, ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK

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