Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 8
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THE * LIVERMORE x STAR 2^-ALGONA (lew*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE M, 1965 Honor Livermore woman on nor 90th birthday Livermore — A large crowd attended the Open House for Mrs. Martha Hughes at the Methodist church in honor of her 90th birthday Sunday, June 6. Mrs. Earl Armstrong'was in charge of the guest book and two granddaughters, Esther and Miriam Mackintosh helped with the gifts and cards. Two daughters presided at the tea table; Mrs. Ralph Hunt poured coffee and Mrs. Harold Hunt served the punch. Colors of pink ind white were used in decorations with pink candles in crystal holders and a large birthday cake decorating the table. Special guests present-were a sister-in- law, Mrs. Luella- Hughes of Boone. who'also celebrated her 90th birthday two weeks before and two sisters, Mrs. Lydia Stover of Somers and Mrs. Rosa Miller of Jefferson and a brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moeller * of Somers. On Saturday the immediate family enjoyed a dinner in. the clrurch dining room which was served by members of the Worn- ens Society. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunt of Elma, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt and son of Seattle, Wash., James Hunt of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mackintosh and two children of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rose and three children of Madison, Wis., Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Mackintosh and two sons of Harrington, T1K, Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jarvis and two children of Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Killam and two sons, of-Des iMoines, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mackintosh and small daughter of LeMare, Esther and Miriam Mackintosh/ Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Hunt and daughter Lois of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hughes and two daughters -of =Mason City. Rev. and Mrs. Worthie Usher of LuVerne were; also' guests. After the dinner two granddaughters, Esther Mackintosh and Lois Hunt played:several piano duets and Rev. Usher' gave a snort talk. Mrs. Hughes -is, the mother of Hartley Mackintosh of Livermore, Henry Mackintosh of Barrington, 111;, Mrs.!Geneva Hunt of Algona and Mrs. Margaret Hunt of Elma, Washington. One son Donald is "deceased. She had 15' grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. . Mrs. Donald Mackintosh, the daughter-in-law of Brookings, So. Dakota was unable to be present on Saturday or Sunday Kleins Radio & TV Repair Shop LIVERMORE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 379-1402 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV SALES * SERVICE - „ ia> - }m , m | a> Remember... FATHERS NNIMfk • SHIRTS • TIES • SOX • BELTS Many Other Gifts MARCIA'S but camo on Monday and si>cnt until Thursday .with Mrs Hughes. Step children of Mrs. Hughes are Mrs. Marie Spocllra of Pueblo, Colo., Paul Hughes of Mason City and Hichard Hughes of thousand Oaks, Calif, GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL Army Specialist Pour Floyd E. Raney 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Raney received the Good Conduct Medal May 10, prior to his discharge el Fort Hood, Tex., on May 21, while assigned to the 1st Armored Division. Specialist Raney, a medical specialist in Headquarters and Support Co. of the division's 47th Medical Battallion, received the award for exemplory conduct, efficiency and fidelity as a soldier in active military service. He 'entered the arrriy in May, 1963 and is also a graduate of Twin Rivers at Bode. He is now at the home of his parents. HAVE FIRST CHILD A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kcinna of Rodman at the. hospital in Emmetsburg June 6. This is the first child in the family. Mrs. Kemna is the former Shirley Clipston. Bridal shower at Livermore for Nary Lenertz Livermore — A bridal shower was held Sunday, June 6 in the parish hall of the Catholic church in honor of Mary Kay Lenertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz who will be a June bride. Corsages were presented, to the bride-to-be, her bridesmaids, grandmother, Mrs. G«orge Lenertz, her mother, Mrs. Alvin Lenertz and the groom-to-be's mother, Mrs. J. C. Henry of Onamia, Minn. Carol McGuire had charge of the .guest book and Bobbi 0"Donnell and her sister Sharon helped with the gifts. ,., The bride's chosen colors of: two shades of blue was carried out in the decorations. , Bingo was the afternoon's entertainment and Mrs. De Veme Holmes won the door prize. About 80 ladies were present besides those on the committee who were: Mesdames Henry Zeimet, Ted Wagner, Gus Boosalis, George Gilbert, Nick Klein, Francis Erpelding, Norbert Frideres, Ray Berte, Sylvester Wagner, G. A. Gjevre, Luke McGuire, Miss Florence Altman, Miss Agnes Berte and Miss Sharon Lenertz. The, groom-to-be, Donald Henry, and his mother, Mrs. J. C. Henry, were introduced by the bride to be. The wedding will be June 19 at Sacred Heart church in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder of Whjttemore are the parents of another daughter born June 3. Mrs. Householder will be remembered as the former Pat Faith. August Paulson, who now makes his home in Texas, was in town one day last week visiting former neighbors and friends. Bakers Truck Lin* entertained members of their Bowling League and their substitutes at a dinner and social evening at Charlies Supper Club at Algona Saturday evening. The birthday of Mrs. Daryl Baker was also observed at the dinner. Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Hamm have returned home from their jtrip to Yokima, Washington, where they visited in the home of their son and family Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. John Seger are great grandparents of twins as well as grandparents of twins. Twin boys were born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seger of Rockford on June 3. Richard has a twin sister Mary. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Seger of Hardy, who also became grandparents of a granddaughter on June 4 by the birth of a i daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rummens of Corwith; the other grandparents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Rum- mens. Mrf. Frfddie Hint? accompanied her sister, Mrs. Allan Darby of LuVerne to Des Moines on Wednesday where they visited their brother Art Ramus, who recently underwent major surgery. Mrf. F»jth Ross, the former Fsitb Raney, left by plane from Ft. Do4ge Wednesday for her home at Pomona, Calif., after visiting her brothers and sisters for the past 3 weeks. Joint Bible school ends at Livermore Livermore — The joint Bible school classes hold by the Methodist and Presbyplcrians ended with a program in the gym at the school house Sunday evening for the parents and public, Rev. Hindman showed slides taken of the different groups during the week and each class presented some of their work and displayed some of their handwork- Mrs. Ethcrington assisted by Sharon Joiner taught the kindergarten class, Esther Mackintosh and Jan Wilson taught the 1st and 2nd grade group and Mrs. Swishcr assisted by Kathy Myers had the 3rd and 4th grades. These groups held their classes in the school house. Mrs. John Olson assisted by Susan Ertlman and Lois Sebrin taught the 5th and 6th grades at the Presbyterian church and night classes were held for the 7th and 8th grades at the Methodist church with Mrs. Earl Armstrong and Mrs. Tommy Kissin gcr as their teachers. • Mary Melavin has gone to Chicago where she will spend the summer with her father, Edward Melavin, and work in the office of the National Tea Co., where her father also works. Weekend guests in the home of the Misses May me and Margaret Devinc were Mrs. Frank Devine and two sons, Frank and Barney of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard and baby daughter, Tracy Lee of Sioux City spent the weekend in the parental Kenneth Howard home. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Smith and baby daughter, Kathy Alice, of Charlotte, N. C., are here visiting in the home of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barton, [ iis grandmothers, Mrs. Johanna Smith and Mrs. Corniel Smith and other relatives. .',<• ' Pvt. John Groh of Ft. Leon»rd Wood who .recently 1 spent :wo' wecks ii ftfr1ough 1> fh tlie^ioitie of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. -Ferny Groh, is now stationed at ""ort Gordon, Georgia. A family supper was held at lie Alvin Lenertz home Saturday evening in honor of their daughter Sharrih who graduated from St. Joseph School of Nursing at Mercy hospital in Mason City that day, They all attended the graduation. Those present were the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz, Mr. and Mrs, Gus Boosalis, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Luke McGuire, Mary Kay and Bob and their house guests, Mrs. Gjevre and Miss Bobbi O'Donnell. Sharon will begin working at the Mary Greeley hospital in Ames June 28. The Misses Mayme and Margaret Devine, Mr. and Mrs. George Donalds and Ted Devine of Buena Vista college at Storm Lake drove to Chicago on Thursday to attend the'grad^ nation of Ted's sister and their niece, Mary Devine from the Moose Heart high school on Saturday. Mary was valedictorian of her class and will attend the State University of Illinois, Mary returned home with her aunts and will spend 10 days here and then attend summer school. Ted, who will be employed in Chicago during the summer will return for his senior year at Storm Lake next fall. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker attended the first communion of their granddaughter Jan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berte of Kanawha, at the Catholic church in Corwith Sunday. A family dinner was held at the Berte home for the occasion and also included Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Berte and family and Alfred Berte. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Holmes and son of Kansas City spent last week in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ruby Holmes and visited other relatives. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz were her sister Mrs. Gjevre and Bobbi O'Donnell, roommate o? Mary Kay, both of Minneapolis. Sunday guests were Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Henry of Onamia, Minn. Mrs. Julius Becker was hostess to the Neighborhood card club Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Wm. Erpelding won high, Mrs. Harold Roethler low and Mrs. Henry Groh traveling. SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICEMEN LANDS IN JAPAN USS Coral Sea — June 4 — Interior Communications Technician Fireman LcKoy A. Scher- er, tfSR sbfi of the Alfred D. Scherers, Algona, arrived in ¥o« kosuka, Japan, June 5, aboard Hie attack aircraft earrief USs Coral Sea after 36 days of intensive operations in the South China Sea. The unit has taken part in air strikes against North Viet Nam since Feb. ?. Chain reaction crash of thru ears Thfee cars involved in a chain reaction accident ort State street at 4:15 p.m. Saturday caused estimated damage of $450. No charges were filed. TnvofVed were autos drive.it by William Donald Johnson, William James KobinsoH, and Cecil Robert Crail. Mr. Johnson had stopped for a vehicle which was backing out of a parking space. Mr. Robinson stopped behind them and was struck from the rear by the cai driven by Mr. Cfftll, ihg his ear" iftto^the Johhsofi vehicle. ; 99\ t>. i/L. (Matkf Boiey of lafdSltftjtCa 'dbservet! his 99th *rflida'y there on May 2?. Boley was born in Vafl "Buren county. '••^*^- ^•^^*«g3*<*E3*«tt^^ We're 25 years "Young", and we invite you to celebrate with us UZRZr£**«-. . * ^_ -_ <- j ^m . • j^ YEAR- at Schultz Bros. Garage in Algona FOR 25 BW DAYS...BEGINNING JUNE 16...ENDING JULY 10th— : ' : , i 2 SETS 91 - PIECE Wm. ROGERS & SON SILVER We're 25 years "young" and we're going to celebrate our Silver Anniversary with some beautiful Silver gifts. Register anytime from now , until July 10 for this beautiful 91-piece Set of Wm. Rogers A Son Silver QNE SET WILL BE OFFERED At THE GARAGE AND ANOTHER AT THE GAS STATION. The silver will be in this fine lined chest drawer ANYONE WITH A DRIVER'S LICENSE MAY REQISTER. Nothing to buy — you need not be present to win at drawing. ..,'.'! '' ' ' fttjuur WITH EACH USED GAR . As an added bonus, we will give a pair of these Hurricane Lamps to each buyer of any used car ($300 or more) during the anniversary sale. These lamps have Sterling Silver trimmed base and have delicately etched removable crystal chimneys. FREE WITH EACH USED CAR. ~—~^^~ ^^^^™~ ^^^^^ ^^^^^~ ^^^m^m m^^^^m m^^^^ •^^^•l ^MI^SB ••§ Free 91-PieceWnh Rogers Silver with Each New Car Sold! As a special New Car Bonus, each buyer from now until July 10 will receive a set of the 91-piece Wm. Rogers & Son Silver pictured at left. Any new car purchased prior to this date does not qualify for this gift. IMP AMMAAMMMMV Everything has changed except the same old friendly service ... Yes, things have changed a lot in the past 25 years at the Schultz Bros, corner. The gent at left is eldest son Armin, as he looked back in those days while pumping gas for "Papa" Alfred. And the two pictures below are of our station then — they were practically located out in the prairie. The picture at left is facing south — Gas price advertised is 15 CENTS PER GALLON. The other picture 1 looks east towards Irvington. Yes, there have been a lot of changes but the same, warm friendly service is the same. And if we are still here in 25 more years, we hope to have made lots more changes but not in our service to the customer. Even if you don't want to buy a new or used car Gome out and reister anwa! You'r SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE f CADILLAC 9 TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS IN L FOR LESS/*

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