Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
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memorials are dedicated at LuVerne church LuVerrte — Dedication of Me- mortals was held in the Lu- Verne Methodist church May 30. They were presented by Myrtle Jordan, accepted and dedicated by the Rev. Worthie Usher. Dedicated were: Electric typewriter and stand in memory of Mrs. G. M. Will and Mr. Adam Zweifel Jr. Picture filing cabinet (for S. S. room) in memory of Mrs. Ida Thorn and Lloyd L. King. The Red Liturgical paraments. in memory of Harry H. Lichty. One hundred dollars to the Methodist Building Fund in memory of Marcia Stone. Twenty doUars to the Methodist Building Fund in memory of the James Bowmans. Two flourescent lights in memory of Mrs. Emma Kubly, Mrs. Bertha Hunt and Mr. Victor, F. Baumgarther. Flourescent light (under balcony) a gift. Electric clock (primary room) Sunday school gift. Sunday school equipment: bookcase, steel storage cabinet and numerous books for the library, in memory of Mrs. Jessie Sanford. Seventeen purple-green sr., choir stoles in memory of Mrs. Norma E. McClaran and Mr. John Sykes. A pair of brass table candelabra by the pastor in memory of his mother Mrs. W. C. Usher. Gifts are held in the Memorial fund for Raymond A. Stone, John W. Madden, and Lewis S. Pearson. TO INSTALL WINDOW Aid of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church met in the church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Allen Darby presided. The Rev. R. T. Mueller, read Bible Scriptures and offered prayer. A new project being planned is installation of new frosted window in the church. Mrs. Owen Curry was a guest. Hostess was Mrs. Charles Hanselman. COME FOR FUNERAL Alfred Rente, Mason City, his daughter, Mrs. Salisbury, Waterloo, and John Rentz, Britt, were Wednesday visitors with their sister, Mrs. Lydia Lund. They came for the funeral of their uncle, John Ruger Sr., 90, Wednesday. TO ENTER SERVICE George Henry Schnetzer, 21, son of the Henry Schnetzers, LuVerne, has received his call for service in the army. He will report June 15 to Fort Leonard Wood for basic training. Connie Schnetier, 16, daughter of the George Schnetzers, left Omaha, by plane for Maywood, Calif., to visit her sister Shirleen, the David Zittriches, for a month. She went to see her niece Millicent Sue born May 20. Mrs. Paul Blumer is a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, since June 2. Mrs. Llelvyne Six and Rhonda, her brother Dorrance Thomas, St. Paul, Minn., were weekend visitors at the parental Bert Thomas home. Callers Sunday were the Lynn Tobeys, New Richland, Minn., former M & St. L agent here, and the Verne Smiths, Des Moines, brother of Mrs. Thomas. Darlene Goettch it new clerk in the Larse-n drug store in Humboldt. Daughter of the Fred Goetsches, LuVerne, she is a 1965 graduate. The Cecil Bakers, Emmetsburg, son Micky Baker, Mason City, were Memorial visitors here. Mrs. Edward Ramus visited Tuesday and Wednesday in Fort Dodge wi£h her sons, the Jrvih • Paints • Appliances a) Housewares • Gifts • 1. P. G*s Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne and Orville Ramiises. She waft a guest of her granddaughter, the Kenneth Lewises. She went to the graduation of Carol Ramus at Fort Dodge high school, Carol is the daughter of the Orville Ramuses, and sister of Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. Paul Maat, Mri. Herman Hinz, Kris Meyer, LuVerne, Mrs. Grady Hinson, Arlington, Va., daughter of Mrs. Hinz, attended graduation of their niece and cousin Carol Ramus Tuesday at Fort Dodge. Sally Shirk returned Monday to Washington, D. C. where she is employed by United airways. She was called by the serious illness of her father, Hugh Shirk, hospitalized at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, after a severe heart attack. Mrs. Edward Ramut visited last week with her daughter Helen, the Irvin Hildmans, Wesley. She went for birthdays of Sharon 10, and I^arry 12. The Leslie Calkins went Thursday to DCS Moines and were guests of his mother, the Mark Hiscrotes. Mr. Calkins entered the Veteran's hospital Friday for examination and treatment. The Howard Willes, Rock Island came Wednesday to visit a week with his parents, the Otto Willes, her brother, the George Studers, here, and her mother, Mrs. Helen Studer, Corwith, Mrs. Studer returned with them after graduation of John Willc, her grandson. The Dick St. Johns, Irvington, have a 6 Ib. 8 oz. daughter Brenda Sue born May 20 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. They now have four daughters. The Allen Darbys are grandparents. Gerald Ramus, his aunts Mrs. Allen Darby, LuVerne, and Mrs. Fred Hinz, Livermore, visited in Des Moines Tuesday with Arthur Ramus who had major surgery In the Methodist hospital Tuesday. The Allen Darbys visited Wednesday with the Andrew Niel- sens at Ventura. Mr. Nielsen was hospitalized in Mason City a week. The John O. Coxes visited Saturday in Humboldt with the L. E. Chambards and their guests the Dr. Hosmer Laws, Park River, Chicago. Mrs. Eli Eager had her 500 card club Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. Emma Hoepner, Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mrs. Amelia Hanselman. At play, high, Mrs. Frank Gronbach, low, Mrs. Tillie Stoddard. Mrs. Dean Hough and Leili, Golden Valley, Minneapolis, visited Tuesday to Friday with ,her parents, the John O. Coxes. Mrs. Amelia Hanselman had a four-some card party Monday Tor Mrs. Emma Hoepner, Omaha, visiting here. Other players were Mrs. Anna Hanselman and Mrs. Clara Wolf. Mrs. Clara McClellan, Lu- Verne, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs, Glen McClellan, Des Moines, left Monday for Denver, Colo,, to visit the Tommy Mc- Clellans, son of the Glen McClel- lans. They went to see Craig and Clinton, twin sons born March 28, first children of the Tommy McClellans. The Adrian Goehrings, Mason City, visited in LuVerne Tuesday. Mrs. Goehring, formerly Arlene Miller, is the daughter of Mrs. Thelma Miller, Webster City, and the late Arthur Millers. The Kenneth Smiths, Beardsley, Minn., visited Tuesday with Emma Marty and the Henry Martys. The Theodore Jacobsens, Burt, attended commencement May 25, guests of the Raymond Nelsons for their daughter Linda Nelson. Guests Sunday at John Voss's Jr. home were his parents, the John Vosses Sr., Algona, son, the Keith Vosses, LuVerne, brother and aunts of Mrs. Voss Jr., the Robert Murrays, Crown Point, Ind., Mrs. Ruby Murray, son Ronald, Newton, Mrs. Jessamine Miller and Anna B. Murray, Uvermore. Attending the Fort Dodge Dis trict spring conference Sunday at Humboldt were the Rev. Worthie Usher, the William Goetsches, Mrs. Ralph Stoll, and Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom. The Jon Putnams, Sioux City, have moved to Algona. Mrs. Putnam is the former Sonja Goetsch, daughter of the Wil liam Goetsches. The Judean Welthas, Randall, j visited his parents, the Edwin j Martys, and brother the Robert '• I>ee Marlys, Oxford, Neb., visiting here. Tribune 2—ALGONA (lew*) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 1071965 mi IB? Ji^BiH^i • •HiijHBr DETASSELING CREW Foremen tor Girl Crews and Girl Detasselers, 14 years and older. From LuVerne Vicinity to work in Bode Area for DeKalb. CONTAQT; MAURICE HcHAHON Speech awards presented to LuVerne pupils LuVerne — Speech participa tlon pins were presented to all students representing LuVerne at District Speech Contest for their first time. Those students were: Mary Cronk and Lenard Johns — Dramatic declamation; Connie Schnetzer — Interpretive Reading Poetry; Coleen Johns — Oratorical Declamation; Nancy Brink and Linda Daley — Interpretive Reading Prose; David Naffziger — Radio Speaking; Dawn Lindebak — Public Address; Cindl Rugg, Gerald Sill, Bart Sclby and Joel Mculler — Play Reading. Those students who participated a second year or more in district contest received chain guard awards for pins which they had received or were receiving. Those receiving guards were: Delores Eggleston and Elaine Schnakenberg — Interpretive Reading — Poetry; Zelda Witzol— Dramatic Declamation; Mario Stampka and Linda Nelson — Original Oratory; Clara Schnakenberg — Oratorical Declamation; Beverly Bristow, Jane Hanselman and Linda Rugg — Humorous Declamation; Earl Will — Interpretive Reading — Prose; Daryl Trauger and John Wickett — Radio Speaking; Luana Leek and Suzanne Dudley — Public Address; Gretchcn Zentner and Rita, Patterson — Play Reading. Certificates of merit and gold pin awards for Division I ratings at State Contest: Earl Will, Nancy Brink, Dawn Lindebak, Lu- uui Leek, Daryl Trauger, John Wickett, Linda Nelson, Jane Hanselman, Linda Rugg, Clara Schnakenberg, and Lenard Johns. Certificates of merit for Division II ratings at State Speech Contest were Beverly BtistoW 1 / Mary Cronk and Coleen Johns. Recognition speech service pins to Assistant Student Directors: Jane Hanselman, Linda Nelson, Elaine Schnakenberg. HALF-BROTHER DIES Mrs. Clara Wolf received news Sunday of the death of her half- brother Herman Tiede Law, 92, in Ada, Minn. He was an early resident moving from here to Minnesota over 50 years ago. Funeral • services with burial there were to be June 10. Surviving are his wife, four sons, and two daughters, also three half sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Bommel, Fulton, Mo., Mrs. Edward Ramus, and Mrs. Wolf, Lu- Verne, two half brothers Charles and Max Lau, Humboldt. WILL TOUR, EUROPE Esther Merkle, head of the library department of Westmar college, LeMars, formerly of Lu- Verne, leaves for a tour in Europe. She took a plane from Sioux City Tuesday for New York City, where Wednesday she took a boat for Europe, She will visit 14 countries as well as relatives in Germany. Her return trip will be made by jet. EX-RESIDENT DIES Word was received of the death of James Johnson, Winthrop, May 23 at University hospital, Iowa City, after surgery. He was a butcher and operated a meat market some 35 years ago in LuVerne. Survivors include a son, James H. Johnson, Fort Dodge, and a daughter, Armintha, married at Durango, Colo. SEE US FOR ... • Lawn Boy Mowtrs • Naytat Wastors • Monarch Ranges — Salts A Service — LAWSON Hardware Mary Darby is married LuVerne — The wedding of Mary Lee Darby and Jerry Lee Quebe was May 29, at 3:30 p.m. in the Zion Ev. Lutheran church in LuVerne. The bride is ithe daughter of the Allen Darbys, LuVerne. He is the.son of the Charles Quebes, Corwith. Rev. R. T. Mueller officiated. '.. Mrs. Fred Hinz, Livermbre, aunt of the bride played the* organ and accompanied Patsy Padalik, Story City, soloist.; Sheri Ramus, LuVerne, cousin, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Patsy Padalik, Story City and junior bridesmaids were nieces of the bride Julie and Marcia St. John, Irvington. Timothy Blumer, Eagle Grove, was best man, Robert Wanzel, Davenport was groomsman. Ushers were Roland Hankins, John Adams, Corwith, Terry Tillman, Minneapolis, Minn., and -Dick/i'.iStur-, John,; Irvington. Candlelighters were Dick St. John and Roland Hankins. A reception was held in the church. The Bert Ramuses, Lu- Verne, were hosts. Guests were registered by Mrs. Lewis Wilden, Owatonna, Minn., aunt of bride. The cake was cut and served n Vm'mVmV, _r>* by Mrs. David Powell, Des Moines, and Mrs. John Adams, Corwith, sister and aunt of the bridegroom. Punch was served by Mrs. Lewis Peterson, Davenport, and Mrs. Gerald Ramus, LuVerne, aunt and cousin of the bride. Waitresses were classmates, Raeann Pell, Roberta Thompson, Sandra Walline and Kathy Goldsberry. Gifts were taken by Mary, Dorris, Jeanne Druahl and Glenda Duncan. They will live until July 19 here and then go to Iowa City. The bride will attend the university this fall to complete her nursing education. He will be graduated July 17 from Ames in architecture. Guests were from Phoenix, Ariz., Owatonna, Austin, Minn., Albuquerque,'New Mexico, Davenport, Charles City, Jefferson, Rockwell City, Sac City, Algona, Des Moines, i Indianola, ( , Ames, Irvington, Livermore, LuVerne. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Earl and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Mrs. John and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg. Henry Kubly was admitted to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday for treatment. LuVerne honor roll for second semester LuVerne — Six LuVerne high school students, none of them seniors, received straight "A" averages in the second semester honor roll released this week. They were juniors Dawn Lindebak and Elaine Schnakenberg; sophomores Rita Patterson, Daryl and Paul Trauger; and freshman Coleen Johns. Others on the "B" honor roll were as follows: Seniors — Suzanne Blake, Nancy Brink, Jerry Bristow, Suzanne Dudley, Patti Erpelding, Kris Hanselman, Daryl Jagels (5), David Naffziger, Linda Nelson, Clara Schnakenberg (5), and John Wickett. Juniors — Jane Hanselman and Earl Will. Sophomores — Delores Eggleston, Ricky .Hersbergen, Luana Leek (5), Cynthia Rugg (5), Bart Selby (5), Gerald Sill, Tom Steil (5), and Zelda Witzel. Freshman — Jean Casey, Mary Cronk, Gary Ernst (5), Eugene Decker, Bob Fett (5), Mary Hjelmeland,, and Henry Schnakenberg (5). * * * Other awards presented recently at the year-end ceremonies were as follows: Band, First-year letters and pins: Jean Casey, Mary Cronk, Le Roy Hanson, Coleen Johns, Doug Nelson, Michael Pergande, Henry Schnakenberg, Duane Will, Joel Mueller, Zelda Witzell, Bill Wolf, and Kris Hanselman. Second-year bars: Beverly Bristow, Luana Leek, Dennis Marty, and Daryl Trauger. Third-year bars: Norma Heinen, Dawn Lindebak, Connie Sanford, Elaine Schnakenberg, Connie Schnetzer, Earl Will, and Larry Day. Fourth-year bars: „;,Suzanne Blake., Patti Erpelding, Monnie Hanson, David Naffziger, Linda Nelson, and Clara Schnakenberg. Senior music pins from the Music Mothers: Suzanne Blake, Patti Erpelding, Monnie Hanson, David Naffziger, Linda Nelson, and Clara Schnakenberg. hontas Methodist church June 6. They also called on her uncle the L. J. Elbefts. WANT AD I (Superior) rating at solo and ensemble contest: Earl Will, Clara Sehnaken- berg, Monnie Hanson, and Luana Leek. Clarinet quartet: Earl Will, Elaine Schnakenberg, Luana Leek, and Linda Nelson. Baseball Letters '64-'65 Season: John Wickett, Bob Maass, Butch Hefty, Tom Erpelding, Denny- Hanselman, Bart Selby, Dale Schipull, Daryl Trauger, Roger Hanson, and Doug Nelson. Track Awards: Jerry Bristow, Ronnie Trauger, John Wickett, Dennis Awe, and Rex Bristow. Best Achievement in Business Courses: Girl — Patti Erpelding. Boy : — Ron Trauger. Beginning Typing Award Vo: Rita Patterson. The Robert Smiths, former Sharon Heinkel, Des Moines, were hosts Sunday at a dinner. Attending were her brother the Gordon Heinkels, Columbus, Miss., parents, the Charles Hein- kels, the Jack Guys, grandmother, Mrs. Sula Frantz, LuVerne. They were joined by another brother the Galen Heinkels, Danville. The William Goetsches attended the wedding of Julie Brent and Arvin Nelson in the Poca- CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank relatives, neighbors and friends for all the encouraging letters, cards, flowers and food 1 received during my recent hospitalization my return home, tha Schneider. and since Mrs. Mar- 43* iniiiiiiii«i«iii LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 lllllllllllllllli SANFORD Pirating ft Heating WAYNE SANFORD * Ritchie Horj Waterers * Pride-of-Farm Waterert * Ever Pure Clortnator water conditioners Phone TU 2-3251 COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. 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 all day Wednesday LuVerne. Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 •v 7 HUMBOLDT, IOWA LwVeroe I93-937Q ienwick mi Join with us in a tribute to the American Dairy Farmer and workers in the dairy industry, Each year, these dedicated folks supply nearly ,30 per cent of the essential elements in American diet, During Dairy month we say, "Congratulations for work well done." 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Swift's Premium ROUND STEAK H>. 7* MINUTE STEAKS •** S All Pork Spiced i LUNCHEON LOAF '•• 4* [FRYING CHICKENS *. Wf Resjrye tht Right tg Li

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