Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 9
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1 THE * LIVERMORE m STAR THURSDAY, JUNE 10, WS ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-3 Plan Bake Sale at Livermore on June 19 Livermore — U.P.W. met at the Presbyterian church Wednesday with Mrs, Guy Raney as hostess. Mrs. Jessamine Miller presided at the business meeting. It was decided to hold a bake sale at the Old Timer's Cafe Saturday, June 19. A film gave the lesson from the Con- strip on The Life of Paul was shown and Mrs. Harold Bolder cern. Lunch was served. HONOR GRADUATE Following the graduation of their daughter Ann at Garrigan high school in Algona Sunday afternoon, a buffet reception was held at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson with the following people present, an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lassen,Dysart; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lorenzen, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mahood, Vinton;' Mr. and Mrs. "Beanie" Cooper, Algona; Bill Milder, Algona; Father Fisch, Dr. and Mrs. Rossing, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logue and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sawyer. Ann will spend six weeks in France this summer to attend the Foreign Language school at Villard de Lons University near Grenoble. In the fall she plans Twin Rivers CYNTHIA Lee Holland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rolland, Bode, will be the Miss Twin Rivers at the North Iowa Band Festival next Tuesday, une 15 at Mason City. She is a member of the band, GRA and was in the junior class play. She s a substitue cheerleader, member 6f "the annual staff and on he Honor Roll. She plans to tudy fashion designing. Her fa- Her is manager of the Farm Service store at Bode. to attend Minn. college at Winona, POPPIES NET $77 $77.00 was turned in from the sale of Poppies on Saturday. Mrs. Dora Gronbach and Mrs. Virgil Smith drove the cars for the Junior Auxiliary girls to contact the homes in town, and members of the Legion Auxiliary sold Poppies on the streets. TEACHER LUNCHEON The teachers of the Livermore Grade school held a luncheon Klein's Radio & TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE % Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 379-1602 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV SALES & SERVICE 'riday noon at the school for Miss Sabin who will become the wide of Sam Thorsland of Bode, >n June 19 at Corwith. A gift was presented to Miss Sabin. ADOPT BABY A baby girl, Lisa Anna, born March 14, weighing 7 Ibs. 14 oz. has been adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Underberg ind. came to their home May 27. They also have an adopted son Eric. RANEY REUNION The first family reunion of .he 1 Charles"'Raney family and their:' children was held Sunday at the Legion hall with 50 members being present. It was decided to make it an annual af- Good Equipment lowers your opsratlng coiti. L«t u§ help you finance the farm machinery you need al tenilble bonk ratal. Livermore State Bank Phone 2011 — Livermore Member of F.D.I.C. lair. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Smith are Mrs Smith's parents Mr. and Mrs Charles Beckanv of Lucas, and her sister Mrs. June Pedigo of Freeport, .Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl met their grandson David Kaminski of Omaha at Sac City on Sunday. He,will spend his summer vacation here. Mr. end Mrs. Herbert Raney entertained Mr. and Mrs. Walter Naeve of Clare, and Mr. and Algofia for Memorial Day. Several member* of the WSCS spent .Wednesday cleaning the church, having a pot luck dinner at noon, Donald Heiter of Spencer came after his mother on. Sunday to take her to the cemetery ait Bancroft and Lone Rock then Mrs. Heiter returned home with him and spent last week in their home. Mr. Tom Stephenton And two sons of Des Moines visited at the home of his sister, the Bill Davises, Friday forenoon en- route to their cabin at Lake Okobogi. Cerel end Phyllis Gronbach, daughters of the Harold Gron- bachs and Patty Gronbach, daughter of the "Kelly" Gron- bachs, who are employed in Minneapolis spent the Memorial weekend with their parents. Mrs. Fred Hintz eccompenied her sister Mrs. Allan Darby of LuVerne and nephew Gerald Ramus to Des Moines on Tuesday of last week when their brother and father of Gerald, Art Ramus, underwent major surgery at the Methodist hospital. Weekend visitors in the Herb flaney home for the Memorial Day holiday were their daugh- ;ers, Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson and Miss Barbara Raney, all of Sioux City. Overnight visitors in the John Hosford home for Memorial Day were Mrs. Hosford's mother, Mrs. Alice Smith, and sister, Mr: and Mrs. Bob Johnston of Des Moines. The Gerald Thompsons, who have been living in the Presby terian parsonage have moved into the Lane house in the west part of town. Mrs. Marcia Berryhill and her sister Mrs. Marion Jacobs drove to Enterprise, Ala. to attend the graduation of a grandson, son of Mrs. Jean Holzapfel. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson of Miller, S. D., spent from Thursday until Tuesday in the Kenneth Howard home. On Sunday they all went to Boone for Memorial Day and also attended a family reunion of the Vogler family at Herman's Park. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Howard of Humboldt also attended the reunion. Richard Scott of Storm Lake spent last week with his grandparents, the Norman Scotts. PONY — An exceptionally small colt was foaled recently by the Shetland pony mare owned by Nina Romsy of Goldfield. The colt measured 21 inches and Dr. F. H. Kelly, Goldfield veterinarian and widely known pony enthusiast, said it was the smallest he has ever seen. officers are chairman, Mrs. Emma Krause, her nephews, ALOONA (towi) ADVANCl—S fell left Monday after tftf««i Gerald Ramus; vice, Mrs. Ben Hefty; sec.-treas., Mrs. Verhon Eggleston; publicity, Mrs. James Mallory. Merkle reunion held Saturday at LuVerne LuVerne The annual rc- DELORES ZEIMET, of Garrigan, has been named alternate delegate to Girls State. Delegate is Meg Holmes. They are from the Livermore area. Mrs. Russell De Witt of Rinard at dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Raney's sister, Mrs. Faith Ross of Pamona, Calif., who is spending some time here visiting relatives. Visitors in the Bill Wilson home from Thursday until Monday were Mrs. Doris Grey of Alameda, Calif., and Mrs, Floyd Wilson of.Minneapolis. On Sunday they enjoyed a picnic in Thor at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Jim Wilson, Others present for the picnic were Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Wilson and family of Eagle Grove and Mrs. Paul Drushella of Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs, Burrell Smith spent from Saturday until Mon day at Spirit Lake where they enjoyed some fishing. Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Stephen son of Madrid visited in the home of his sister, the.Bill Davises on Sunday enroute to Remember DAD with a pH from IIAROIA'S! ! FATHERS JUNIMik Many Gift Ideas... • SHIRTS t SOX • PAJAMAS • NECKWEAR i is* i, Marcia's "The Friendly Store in Uvermore" « iWMtfMltMttMMHWtHMtMttttttmtttt-Wt Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulationl Church circles at LuVerne have new officers LuVerne — New WSCS Circles met June 2. Circle 1 met with Mrs. Fayc Lichty. Devotions were by Mrs. John Cox; lesson, Mrs. Edward Hof. New officers are chairman, Mrs. Lichty; vice, Mrs. A. A. Schipull; sec.-treas., Mrs. Raymond Nelson; publicity, Mrs. Hox. Mrs. Ralph Davidson will be the July 7 hostess. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Jess Jergensen. Devotions and lesson; were by Mrs. Irwin Jergensen. New officers are Mrs. C. J. Bjustrom, chairman; Mrs. Alvin Weber, vice; Mrs. Irwin Jergensen, sec.-treas. Circle 3 met with Mrs. Albert Genrich assisted by her daughter Mrs. Stevens, Sexton, and Mrs. Earl Neal. Devotions were by Mrs. Neal and lesson by Mrs. W. Raymond Legler. New officers are chairman, Mrs. Legler; vice, Mrs. Bryan Stewart; sec., Mrs. Eldon Martinson; treas., Mrs. Neal, publicity, Myrtle Jordan. Mrs: :i Earl Manning will be' the July 7 hostess. Evening Star Circle met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Joseph Thorn. The program was a report on recent trip to Washing ton, D. C., and United Nations at New York City by Dawn Linde bak and Connie Sanford. Guests were their mothers, Mrs. Edward Lindebak and Mrs. Wayne Sanford, and Mrs. William Goetsch, district WSCS officer, Mrs. Velma Petersen, and Mrs. Vivian Erickson, Humboldt. New union of the late George Mcr- kle family was held Saturday at the E.U.B. church with 60 present. Children attending were the Carl Merkles, Denver, Colo.; Walter and Elmer Mcrklcs, St. Paul, Minn.; Fred Mcrklc, the Henry Martys, LuVerne; Mrs. .lames Paulson, Coon Rapids, Minn.; Esther Merklc, LeMars; and the Waller Hcftis, Britt. Elmer Mcrkle was re-elected president and the next reunion will be held in the Twin Cities June 19, 1966. Other guests were Mrs. Arthur Davis, her mother, Mrs. Karolyn Seitz, State College, Penn.; Mrs. Carl dianapolis, Ind.; Nerding, in- Mrs. Carrie Lanz, Hedrick; the Chris Looses, Mrs. Marie Loos, Oskaloosa; Earl Lanzs, Hedrick; Gary Seitzcs, August Merkle, Fort Dodge; the Rev. Howard Martys, Marshalltown; James Paul- sons and Paillette, Coon Rapids. HAS 77th BIRTHDAY Guests of Mrs. Clara Wolf Sunday for her 77th birthday were her daughter, the Clarence Jurgensens; niece, Mrs. Harry Fleming, Corwith; granddaughter, the John Heils, Marshalltown; Mrs. Irvin Hildman and children, Wesley; Mr. Heil's mother, Mrs. Ed Ramus and Elizabeth, the Leslie Pechum- ers, LuVerne. Mr. Heil observed his birthday Sunday also. CONFIRMATION HELD Confirmation was held Pentecost Sunday at the LuVerne E.U.B. church with the Rev. Ralph Hindman officiating. The class consisted, of John Blumer, Douglas Marty, Jane Schnetzer and Norman Marty. All were received into membership but John Blumer. Norman Marty was confirmed Palm Sunday in the Renwick E.U.B. church then joined the LuVerne church. the Howard and Richard Kraus- es, attended the 2:30 p.m. wedding in the Lutheran church in Renwick of Marie Ann, daughter of the Ben Schmidts, Renwick, and Fred Neisham, Goldfield. Norman Marty, son of the Lawrence Martys, and Douglas Marty, son of the Mclvin Martys, were honored for confirmation at the E.U.B. church after service. Guests were their families, grandmother Mrs. Anne Marty, the Rev. Ralph Hind- mans, Neil Hindmans, Kenneth Marty, Emma Marty, the Donald Martys, Henry Martys, Clyde Dudleys, Suzanne Dudley, Joe Guys, LuVerne, and aunts Clara, Lena and Martha Elmer, Lu- Vornc. At Mrs. Lillian Selby's for Barry's confirmation were his grandmother Mrs. Laura Meyers, Ames, uncle the William Meyers, Fort Dodge, aunt, Mrs. Albert Lau, Larry and Mike, Mr. and Mrs, John Davis, Fort Dodge. Saturday guests of Mrs. Sula Frantz were the Gordon Hein- kels, Columbus, Miss., visiting here; the Floyd Fischers, Fort Dodge; Charles Heinkels, and Jack Guys, LuVerne. The C. J. Bjustroms attended a reunion of the Schultz family Sunday at the Ray Lindhart garage in Humboldt. They went to Bradgate to get Mrs. Margaret Schultz. Mrs. Schultz will be 87 this June 16. The Marvin Meyers, LuVerne, have their first child, a 5 Ib. 8 oz. girl born June 6 at the hospital at Britt. Mrs. Meyer, formerly Linda Kubly, is the daughter of the Melvin Kublys. Mr. Meyer is the son of the Tom Meyers, Hampton, recently of Corwith. W.S.C.S. met Thursday at the E.U.B. church with Mrs. Albert l-Iefti presiding. Guests were VIrs. Carrie Lanz, Hedrick, Suzanne Dudley and Diane Marty. Mrs. Clyde Dudley led devotions and had the lesson. Mrs. William A. Marty was hostess. Mrs. Verne Daley, daughter Linda and Mrs. Catherine Schade visited Saturday in Des THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1965 from Ames with a degree in animal husbandry. Monday they left for Raleigh, N. C., where he will attend graduate school for his master's degree in animal breeding. Mrs. Marty accompanied them to Genoa, near Chicago, to visit their daughter, the Eddie Links. The I. H. Chapman*, daughter Cheyenne, and her mother, Mrs. Mary Pederman, Ames, were recent callers at Otto Willc's. Mrs. Laura Zweifel had as weekend guests the John Zwci- fcls, Rochester, Minn., Mrs. Hattie Lichty, St. Petersburg, Fla., Evan Lichty, Mrs. Clyde Parker and Carol, Elmhurst, 111. They came for the golden wedding Sunday of their brother anci uncle the James Zwcifels, Corwith. Guests Saturday of the John 0. Coxes were the Eldon Dar lings, Paton. Guests last week were the Glen Powells, River side, Calif. Mrs. Grady Hinson and child weeks visiting her parents the" -tertnan Hinzes. They returned i o Arlington, Va. i Mrs. Nicholas Wolfe, Fort] [)odge, and her mother, Mrs,! Vtabel Thompson, LuVerne,! were in Mason City Sunday at an open house for their niece' and granddaughter Jeanette! Thompson. Jeanette, daughter, of the Earl Thompsons, Mason City, was graduated Tuesday at Mason City high school. ! The John Vosses Sr., Algona/ are observing their 60th wedding June 7. At a dinner at the Johnson House Sunday were their daughter, the Wayland Fredericks, son, the John Fredericks, Arlington; John Vosses Jr., Keith Vosses, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Clarence Krause wa» released Wednesday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she was a medical patient several weeks. | Mrs. Marie Maass, Maebelle and Robert, have returned from Georgia and Tennessee. Maebelle will attend summer school at Westmar, LeMars, beginning June 7. i Now try the handiest line of Farm Mowers on the market, EIGHT CONFIRMED -'•'Pentecost- Sunday* was (observ. ed in the LuVerne Zion Ev, Lutheran church with a class of four boys and four girls confirmed by the Rev. R. T. Mueller. Members were Bart Selby, Dennis Blumer, Paul Ernst, Russell Bristow, Kristine Meyer, Michele Coyle, Kathy Wittmeier, Connie Hefty. Moines. Mrs. Schade, principal of junior grades, will attend summer classes at Drake this summer. They went to get Mary Daley who attended Drake last year for her summer vacation here. Mrs. Daley, second grade teacher, will attend Drake class es in Fort Dodge, five days a week. The George Hargroves, Ames, ,,yj«jtcci,.several,,.,,days .,.,w,itji. her parents the Henry Martys. Mr. Hargrove was graduated May 27 Large 12" Ball Bearing-Mounted Wheels Famous Timken Bearing Spindle Full Swivel-Nose Wheel Recoil starters on 3 h.p. Briggs & Stratton foi 20" or 4 h.p. Kohler or Clinton motor for 22" (20" also comes with a 4 h.p. Clinton or Kohler) 20" and 22" mower* powerful enough for any job Horo are two more high-performance models of mowers and weed cutters from Moz-AH—for amateur and professional user alike. Easy to handle, they cut the way you want them to cut. Special attachment prevents "scalping." Write for our free brochure, illustrating the entire Moz-All line of quality mowing equipment. Performance Always Comes First With Us WIND-KING MANUFACTURING CO. MERRILL, IOWA Algona Implement Co. Commercial Street ALGONA, IOWA W.S.C.S. Circles I cleaned the church and 2 Friday. Chairmen are Mrs. Faye Lichty and Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom. With the purchase of Nutrena Hog Feeds SAVAGE "Safold" SAW One of the handiest, safest, most practical tools ever designed n Engineered for safety D Lifetime guarantee on frame D 2 - 21" blades ~ 1 for pruning, 1 all-purpose n Made of Swedish steel Q Chrome plated channel protects blades, FREE WHILE SUPPLY LASTS One sow with each ton of • Nilraaa Shoal <W MO Crumbling Mixing Concentrate OR • NriroiaShoal 40 AR Palletized Free Choice Supplement CARGILL MO. 5-3741 NORTH IOWA GRAIN CO. 5-5073 SEXTON v._^ OWI MORE POWER TO THE DAIRY FARMER who knows We are proud to serve the dairy farmers of this area with the electric power that makes such a big difference to them in operating a profitable business. FARM BETTER We are proud, a/so, to serve the dairy farmer's wife with the electricity that makes living on a farm as conveniently modern as in any city. WE SALUTE the Dairy Farmers for the important contribution they are making to the food needs and the economy of our community. WMAM»* ELECTRIC HEATING RATES REDUCED!!! IPS is proud to announce a new low rate of 1.5 cents per kilowatthour for electric home heating, effective last February. If you plan a new heating installation, be sure to get full details from us on this new and practical form of house heat. VVW¥¥VW¥¥lr¥¥WlrVMW^^ IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE HUMBQLPT, IOWA ***«*««****»*«+**«**1

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