Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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Shower held at Liverinore for Humboldt girl Livermor* — A miscellaneous coin shower was given May 25 at Sacred Heart hall, Llvermore, for Lucille Christensen of Humboldt. Mrs. Bob Berte was in charge of 500 with Mrs. Paul Jarvis winning high prize and Mrs. George baas second high. Mrs. Howard Borniann had the guest book. Mrs. Allan Foth, Mrs. Lyle Jensen, and Mrs. Jer* ry Weydert assisted with the gifts. Hostesses were: Mrs. Howard Bormann, Mrs. Jerry Weydert, Mrs. Allan Folh, Mrs. Bob Berte, Mrs. Molly Foth, Mrs. Hank Groh, Mrs. Dick Dunphy, Miss Mary Margaret Dunphy, Mrs. Arnold Kellncr, Mrs. Richard Foth, Mrs. Pete Malkmus, Mrs. Daryl Baker, Mrs. Tom McKenna, Mrs. Mike Kisch, Mrs. Anton Weydert, Mrs. Nicholas Wey- dcrl, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Mrs. Don Bormann, Mrs. John Wcy- dert, Mrs. Bill Lane, and Mrs. George Baas. Lucille Christensen and Don Weydert will be married June 12 at Sacred Heart church, Livermore. JR. HIGH GRADUATION Thirty-one eighth graders wfere graduated from the Livermore junior high school into the Twin Rivers high school in ceremonies last Wednesday night, May 26, at the Livermore school. L. C. Carlson, elementary principal, presented the diplomas. Steve Brock, Connie Christensen, Louise Clips ton, Susan Cran, Alice Eastman. Bill Foreman, Merlin, Graaf, Nancy Halsrud, Sherry Hauck, Christine Hoyt. Clyde Madsen, Diane Markman, Anne Miller, Ruth Olson, Ronald Raney. Dennis Renquist, Mary Roethler, Larry Rolland, Dennis Schultz, David Stiltz. Roger Stoddard, Harlan Thilges, Larry Torkelson, Julie Ver- Steeg, Dana Vige. 'Bebbie Wardell, Cindy Wilson, Mary Wilson, Cheri Wonderly, Mike Etherington. Zeimet, Darlene SCOTTS RETURN ;Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott have returned after spending two weeks visiting their daughter and husband, Captain and Mrs. Robert D. Reavis of Mechanicsburg, Pa. While there they enjoyed a two day visit in Washington, D. C., where they visited President Kennedy's grave, Smithsonian Institute, the White House and the George Washington Masonic National Memorial at Alexandria, Va., and other points of interest. They also spent one day in Philadelphia, and saw the Home of Betsey Ross, Christ church, Independence Hall, visited Gettysburg and toured the Battlefield, visited Hershey where the Hershey candies are made, the Amish colonies and toured the countryside which is very colorful. had it in ft cast since that time, underwent surgery last week to have the bone reset, some bone grafted and a steel pin inserted. He is at the Mercy hospital in Ft, Dodge. *6th BIRTHDAY Open house is being held at the Methodist church on Sunday afternoon, June 6, from 2 to i> p.m. for Mrs. Martha Hughes in honor of her 90th birthday. TO BE HONORED Martha Hughes will be honored at an open house on June 6, from 2 to tj p.m. at the Livermore Methodist church for her 90th birthday. Ex-LJvermore woman, 64, dies at Fort Dodge Livermore — Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Bruces Memorial Chapel in Ft. Dodge for Mrs. Ray Sweeney, 66, who died at her home Thurs-' day morning, May 27. Rev. Duane Voas, pastor of First Evangelical United Brethren church officiated at the services and burial was in in North Lawn cemetery at Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Sweeney had been ill for the past four years with leukemia and been hospitalized several times for various lengths of time. Surviving are her husband Ray, six children (two daughters and four sons), Mrs. Bob Scger, Edward and Kenneth of Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Otto Warford of Newton, Charles and Ted of DCS Moincs, 15 grandchildren', a half brother Lester Rydstrom of Marathon and a half sister, Mrs. Clarence Wells of Ayrshire. Born in Chicago, she lived in Canada and Marathon before coming to Livermore a couple of years later in April 1920 she was married to Ray Sweeney and they lived here until moving to Ft. Dodge in 1942. She was a member of First E.U.B. church. Mr. end Mrs. Louis Petersen of Davenport, who came to attend the wedding of Mrs. Petersen's niece, Miss Mary Lee Darby of LuVerne, on Saturday, were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Peterson's twin sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlntz. The Equality Club met at Delight's Tea Room Friday afternoon with Mrs, Louise Gron- t>ach as hostess. The President, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus, conducted the business meeting and Mrs, Lucy Conly gave the lesson. Mrs. Gronbach gave a talk on her trip to the World's Fair T «L Tribune 4—ALGONA (lews) ADVANCE PUBLISHED M PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 19*$ 102nd GRANDCHILD Mrs. Frank Sprong has received word of the birth of her 102nd grandchild, a baby girl, Vicki Lee, has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Colin Yoho of San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Yoho is the former Sandy Sprong and this is the second child in the family, the other child is also a girl. LEG SURGERY Henry Zeimet, who had his leg broken last March and has Klein's Radio t TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair PJjone 379-1602 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO ft TV SALES & SERVICE a heart attack on May 7. He had been In the Navy 19 years. Services were held on May 12 and at his request was buried at sea from the ship he was on — the U.S.S. Fortify, a mine sweeper. Besides his parents and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Halslcad of Mason City, he is survived by his wife and small son. Receptions at LuVerne honor new graduates LuVerne — Receptions following commencement in Lu- Verne May 25 wore given for graduates. At Roland Lcn/As for James were uncles and aunts, the Norman Oberhclmcns, Renwick, the Lawrence Obcrhelmcns, Corwith, Elclon Oberhelmen, LuVerne, Harold Rcclclcls, Wesley, Robert Wills, the Henry Kinnes and Chester Sills, Lu- Vcrne, and the Warren Lenzes, Corwith. At Lawrence 0. Miller's for Billy were his grandmother Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard, Lu- Verne, uncle, the Howard Stoddards, Carthage, S. D., aunt, the Don Baskcrvilles, DCS Moines, sisters, the Bill Wicketts, the Dwight Savages, aunt, Mrs. John Stampka, Mario Stampka, the Ed Elberts, Phyllis Blumer. At Harold Meyer's for Donald were his grandmother, Mrs. Clara McClellan, aunts, Mrs. Herman Hinz, the Paul Maass, LuVerne, aunt, the Leonard Wilsons, Livermore, sister, the Keith Smiths, Humboldt, Jim Nc»vton, Ottosen, cousins, the Myron Hinzes, LuVerne, and which she attended last fall. Election of officers was held with all officers being re-elected for next year. The officers are: President, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus; vice, Mrs. Louis Behounck; corresponding sec,, Mrs, Lucy Conly; recording sec., Mrs. Richard Dunphy; treas., Mrs, Paul Jarvis; calendar chairman, Margaret Devine. Lunch was served, Mrs, Harold Frederick and Mrs. Ruby Holmes accompanied Mrs, Albert Thorson of Ottosen and Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark of West Bend to Cedar Rapids on Tuesday where they attended funeral services for their cousin Mrs. Elsie Gay, 89. They returned home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Emil Welter of Tucson, Ariz., is visiting at the home of her granddaughter and family, the Richard Sawyers, and plans to spend the summer in Iowa. Mrs, Wm. Erpelding entertained the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday af- Mrs. Grady Hinson and children of Arlington, Va. At Mrs, Marie Maass's for Bobby was his brother Marvin Maass, Ogdcn, aunt, the Frank Asas, Rutland and the Lawrence Martys and Norman, Hardy. At Brycc Wickett's for John were his grandmother, Mrs. Doris Kimzey, Milo, his brother, the Bill Wicketts, the Joseph Thorns, James Mallorys, Lu- Verne, and the Supt. B. E. Martins, Newell. At Harry Naffziger's for David were his grandmother Mrs. Catherine Wagner, Peoria, 111., Miss LuVerne LINDA NELSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson of rural LuVerne, will be a candidate for Miss North Iowa at the North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City this month. She was a senior in the LuVerne school this year, a member of the concert and marching bands, plays clarinet and is a majorette. She was also a mem- ger of the basketball team and top-ranking in district and state speech contests. She was presi-' dent of her class and of student council. sister, the Richard Lanns, Fort Dodge, cousins, the Harold Teeples, Nora Springs, the Rev. Ralph Hindmans, Barbara Sharman, Dennis Holmes, the Andrew Martys, and Peder Hjelmelands, At James Trauger's for Ronald were uncle, the Harold Traugers, aunts, the Milton Wilhelms, LuVerne, Norman Larsons, Badger, the Wayne Sanfords, Bill Jergensens, LuVerne, the David Traugers, Ames, and Delmar McEntaffers, Britt. At Harold Wolf's for Billy were his grandparents the Guy Giddings, LuVerne, uncles, Junior Giddings, George Wolfs, Algona, Bernard Wolfs, Melville Wilsons, Humboldt, aunts, Guy Carlsons, Wesley, Harold Arndts, Comfry, Minn., Howard Kitzenburg, Windom, Minn., Earl, Luella, Violet Swiger, Renwick, the Ralph Consoers, Fort Dodge, Gail Wolfs, Jerry Wolfs, Rev. Worthie Ushers, Dr. Rob- ternoon. A 2 luncheon was o'clock served cards Mrs. JuUus Becker won high, Mrs. Bill Davis low and Mrs, Harold Roethler travel. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Davis and small daughter of Rapid City, S, D. came Friday to spend the Memorial weekend in the parental Bill Davis home. Mrs, Frank Sprong received word of the death of her oldest grandson, James Frank Halstead, 37, E.M.C.S. of the U. S. Navy at Long Beach, Calif, of dessert ert Brailiei 'ds, Theodore John sons, Gerhard Myers, LuVerne, Mrs. George Wolf poured, Mrs. and at FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 Livermore FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR Bernard Wolf cut and served cake and Mrs. Junior Giddings dipped punch. At Richard Bristow's for Eddie were the P. W. Marlows, Mrs. Ladell Olson, the Dennis Meisters, Burt, the Erich Seege- barths, Lone Rock, \Vayne Eckels, Britt, Homer Bristows, Algona, Lovalee Bristow and Jim Brown, Fort Dodge. At Merwyn Bristow's, Irvington, for Jerry were his sisters, Mrs. Donald Darrah, Corydon, the Don Carrolls, LuVerne, the Rollo Moores, Levant Moore and girls, Titonka, uncle, the Homer Bristows, Algona, and brother Robert Bristow home on furlough after service in Viet Nam. At Lee Day's for Larry were the Russell Tebbens, Robert Trenarys, Corwith, the Philip Goetzes, Wesley, Dwight Wagners, Algona, the Martin Harms, Titonka and Beverly BristoW. At the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church for Lowell Harmon and Loren Wittmeier, cousins, were the Rev. R. T. Muellers and Joel, the James? Heftis, Edwin Heftis, Mrs.; harles Hinz, LuVerne, Gary' Wittmeiers, Fort Dodge, Albert,; Roger, Dale Nielsens, Britt, Jer-* ry Nielsens, Wesley, Harold Ris-' taus, Kathy and John Witt-; meier, Gordon Harmon, Lcnard John. ; At Otto Jagel's for Daryl were his grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Schipull, Harold Schipull, LuVerne, aunts, the Alvin Baumgards, Burt, and Herbert F. Kirchhoffs, Humboldt. At Allen Blake's for Sue were the Bud Langbchns, Green Mountain, John Langbehns, Gladbrook, Oral Blakes, Marshalltown, Walter Blakes, Carroll, Robert Blumers, Eagle Grove, Ed Elberts, Elmer Kub- lys, George Studers, Dale Zent- ners, Mrs. Wm, Bigings, the Rev. Worthie Ushers, Supt, L. B. Sheltons, and Jim Lenz. Mrs. Ralph Stoll was in charge of the tea table. At Allyn Brink's for Nancy were the Robert Heides, Webster City, Ted Hoovers, Algona, Ilo Buffingtons, Titonka, Raeann Brink, Ames, her grandparents, the Percy Brinks and Van Hansen, sister, the Ben Heftys, the Earle Hanselmans, Cecil Pe- dersens, the Earl Johns and Linda Daley. At Arnold Hinz's for Esther were the Rev. R. T, Muellers and Joel, LuVerne, Mrs, Rudy Petersen, Jefferson, and Mrs. Virginia Rogert, Algona. At Thees Schnakenberg's for Clara were grandmothers, Mrs. Martin Becker, Algona, Mrs. Adelheid Schnakenberg, uncles the John Schnakenbergs, Irvington, George, Frank, Harold Beckers, aunt, the Roscoe Mawds- leys Jr., Burt, Arnold Beckers Lakota, Rev. R. T. Muellers, Adolph Koesters, Allen Darbys, Chester Sills, Earl Hanselmans, Jane Hanselman, Linda Daley, Coleen John, At William Erpelding's for Patti were the James Arends, Edward Arends, Rose and Christine Arends, the Clarence Am* dorfers, Algona, the Joel Red' ings, LuVerne, Luke McGulres, Rosemary Ulses, Burt, the Philip Dangelsers, Fonda, Ted Wagners, Livermore, Roman Arends, John Preuschls, Stella Preuschl, St. Benedict, and the Frances Erpeldings, St. Joe, At John Stampka's for Mario were the grandmother, Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard, aunt, Mrs, Albert Hetti, Dwight Savages, Bill Wicketts, Ed Alberts, Ueo. Studers, Earl Johns,' LuVerne. Howard Stoddards, uncle, Carthage, S. D., and Margo Stamp- ka, Algona. At * red Goetsch's for Darlene were her grandmother, Mrs. Clara Baumgartner, uncle, the William Goetsches, aunt, the Ernest Behnkendorfs, Bancroft, William Greens, Duane Green, Nadine Green, the Vernen Pflibsens, Humboldt, and Mrs. William Bigings, LuVerne. At Carl Hanselman's for Kris were her grandmother, Mrs. Amelia Hanselman, uncle, the Edwin Hanselmans, Lynn Hanselman, the Vernon Hanselmans, LuVerne, Carvel Risvolds, aunt, Corwith, David Traugers, sister, Ames, Henry Olsons, uncle, Bradgate, and Mrs. Earl Olson, aunt, Ottosen. At Raymond Nelson's for Linda after baccalaureate May 23 were neighbors: the Allen Dar- bys, Chester Sills, Peder Hjel- melands, Le Roy Webers, William Goetsches, Robert Wills, Thees Schnakenbergs, friends, Linda Daley, Jane Hanselman and Ronald Trauger. After commencement relatives were the grandmother Mrs. Melvin Dutton, the Glen Teeters, Virginia Dutton, Burt, the Henry Johan- nsens, G. R. Cooks, Maynard Kuecks, Algona, Gary Schichtls, Britt, Mrs. Wilbur Shoopman, Vincent, Peggy and Joan Bates and friends, Somers, the Orville Hurlburts, the Alvin Webers, the Rev. Worthie Ushers, Gene Will, LuVerne. At the LuVerne town hall for Eddie, son of the William Steils were: the Leonard Bernbaum- «rs r -Clare,.Mrs.-'Esther..French, Concord, Calif., John Vaughts, Clarion, the Raymond Bern,- baumers, Ed Steils, Hardy, John Swansons, Albert Renniger, Renwick, Duane Heinens, Corwith, Herman Heinens, LuVerne, the Leonard Olsons, Mrs. Ellen Finney, Livermore, the John Steils, Carol King, Eagle Grove, the Herman Blakes, Rutland, the Merle Birnbaumers, the James Eicholzs, Northfield, Minn., Rand: Petersen, Arnolds Park, the W. Raymond Leglers, Corwith, Lenard John, LuVerne, Paints • Appliances Housewaret 9 Gifts • L. P, Gas Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. p. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturday! 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5-00 Closed ill day Wednesday Lw Verne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3226 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 24304 Mrs. Maynard Clark, Marion, visited. Sunday with her sister Mrs. Delia Burgess. Services for John Ruger Sr. 90, at LuVerne LuVerne — Funeral services for LuVerne's oldest man John Ruger Sr., 90 were held 2 p.m. June 2 in the LuVerne &idn Ev. Lutheran church with the Rev. R. T. Mueller officiating. Singers were Mrs. Jerry Stille ana Mrs. Harold Meyer, and organist,. Mrs. Thees Schnaken- uerg, bearers were William Moe- ding, William Hinz, Fred Schneider, Richard Wegner, Henry Loerwald, Fred Hinz. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with the blake Funeral Home in charge. John Ruger Sr., was born to Adam and Anna Ruger Sept. 24, 1874. He came in 1881 to make his home in United States. He died early Sunday in his home after several months illness. He married Olga Bleich at Corwith Jan. 6, 1»07. They retired from farming 20 years ago to make their home in Lu- Verne. Survivors include his wife, three sons and one daughter, Carl, Mason City, John Jr., Fenton, Walter, LuVerne, Elizabeth, Mrs. Ernest Habeger, West bend, and nine grandchildren. Two sisters and two brothers are dead. AT OKOBOJI CAMP Jane Hanselman, Clara and Elaine Schnakenberg were Thursday to Monday attending the Iowa District West Walther League convention at the camp at Okoboji. They were the steering comnutte for the convention. Jane was publicity chairman, Elaine decoration chairman, and Clara treasurer. Beverly Bristow and Coleen John went Friday as delegates. Guests Friday to Monday from LuVerne were Mike Stripling, Bart Selby, Joel Mueller, Henry Schnakenberg, Mary Hjelmeland, Laurie Coyle, with the Vernon Hanselmans as chaperones. GRADUATES AS NURSE William Prior, his daughter Sally Prior, nurse at Mason City, were weekend guests of the C. W. Rogges, Battle Creek. Sally will be graduated from Mercy hospital, Mason City, June 5. Boulih and 6oris Eggleston, Des Moines visited their mother, Mrs, Myrtle Eggleston, Saturday to Monday. Sunday they visited sisters, the Arthur Henrys, Rockwell City, and Charles eeeeeeee»eeeeeeeeeeeeee»»eeeeee»»»»»eeee»eeee»»»» WANTED lETASSELIIQ CREW Foremen for Girl Crews and Girl Detasselers, 14 years and older. From LuVerne Vicinity to work in Bode Area for Degalb. CONTACT: MAURICE MeMANON HUMBOLDT, IOWA •»»ooee»eee»»»e»»eeeo»»eeo»ee»««»eoeeee«»e»e»»«e NOTICE OHANGE IN BANKING HOURS FOR LuVerne Office OF The Security State Bank MONDAYTHROUGHTHURSDAY MO A,M, „ I2:OQ NOON "* 1:00 P.M. — 3:00 fM. FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. — 12:00 NOON 1:00 P.M. — 5:00 P.M. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS Nygaards, Wesley, The Hollit Wiliomy Cedar Falls, visited her mother Mrs. Sula Frantz Monday. With the Charles Heinkels they were all guests of the Jack Guys, The Raymond Wagners, Deer Creek, 111., visited Saturday and Sunday with his sister tne Harry Naifztgers. They were ac- compameu home by their mother, Mrs. Catherine Wagner, who returned to her home in Peoria, 111., atter two weeks here. Mike Hint was honored Sunday tor his 87th birthday May bu. His daughter the James Abels, Kasson, Minn., brought him Home Sunday atter surgery at the hospital in Rochester, Minn., last week. Alternoon visitors were his children, the Leo Totteburgs, the Lester Wehrspanns, Ottosen; the Melvin bratlands, bode; the Jerry Ostrums, Algona. Dale Kubly, George Hanselman, Sheri Ramus, Raeann Brink are home for the summer vacation from Ames. Mrs. Louise Schipull is a mod- ical patient at St. Ann hospital since May 26. The A. J. Pergandes were visited Thursday by the Raymond Andersons, Mrs. Esther Ryb- strom, Alta, and, Judy Anderson, Waverly.' Sunday guests were her nephew ' the Verlyn Larsons, Des Moines, Loren L. Larsons, Fort Dodge, and Henry Pergande, LuVerne, Mrs. Larson is a sister of Mrs. A. J, Pergande, Mrs. Faye Lichty had as guests May 30, her son the De Kay Lichtys, Mason City. WANT AD CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank all relatives and friends for cards, letters, visits as I was hospitalized at Rochester, Minn., and since my return home. — Mike Hinz. 42 CARD OF THANKS — We sincerely wish to thank all our relatives, neighbors, friends, for cards, letters, visits. Special thanks to the Rev. R. T. Mueller. May God Bless each and all. — William and Anna Klawitter. 42" WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn sheller. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25tfn Council Minnies TOWN OF LU VIMNI LMVtriM, (•*• May 12; 1965 Council met in special session with Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilmen present: Zentner, Strand, Nielsen and Gronbach. Councilmen absent: Guy, Council met to consider blacktop bids ana to consider a bid given by boggess Construction Co, of Esthervllle, Iowa. No action was taken but another meeting was set for May 19th at which time the contract would be let, Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk May 19, 1965 Council met in special session with Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilmen present: Centner, Gronbach Nielsen, Strand and Guy. Councilmen absent: None. Meeting was coiled to let the blacktopping contract for 1965. Motion by Guy and seconded by Strand to give the blacktopping contract to Boggess Construction Co. of Esthervllle, Iowa. Motion carried. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk IlllilllUt LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 flflMlllIM^^ SANFORD Plumbing ft Heating WAYNE SANFORD * Ritchie Hog Waterors * Prides-Farm Waterm it Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners . Phone TU 2-3251 TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS Prices Good Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 3,4 A 5 Flavorkist . . WHITE CRACKERS »• 2* j; Shasta 46 Oi. Cans FRUIT DRINKS 4 'or $100 Folger's COFFEE Martha White 2 Lb. On CAKE MIXES fte FREE PADDLE and BALL WITH JELLO 8raek*t* 790 - | Hunt's Piiia, Hickory or Reg. CATSUP First Lady BREAD 4 Bottlss ($s 5 LOAVES $]00 Froien STRAWBERRIES 4 Pki*. *1 Sno Boy Froien ORANGE JUICE 5 «•"• *1 New White POTATOES 79« CHICKENS CHOPPED HAM u, Swift'i Premium ROUND STEAK """'CHEESE u, 3* 7* 79* 4* Wf It ffrvt the Riflht to UmW Ou«ntitj*»

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