Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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Officers for Auxiliary at LuVerne named LuVerne — The Legion Auxiliary met June 7 with Mrs, Bryan Stewart presiding. The report of poppy sales was given by Mrs. Earl John to be $63.36. Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Lucinda Stone reported on the recent county mooting they attended. Tlio unit voted $25 for the shelter house project at the LuVerne town park. Election of officers for 19661966 was held. President, Mrs. Owen Curry; vice, Mrs. Stewart; sec., Mrs. Anne Smith; treas., Mrs. Laura Zwcifcl: chaplain, Mrs. Edwin Jackson; sgt... Mrs. Arthur W. Dimler; historian. Mrs. Allen Blake. Mrs. Dale Zentner. Junior Auxiliary unit chairman, had the program assisted by Junior members, Gretchcn Zentner, Coleen and Jo Ellen John. Hostesses serving were Mrs. Roy Guy near Renwick and Mrs. Dimler. At GUEST DAY Attending WS.CS guest day in tKe Corwith Methodist church Wednesday from the local church were Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Jon Putnam, Mrs. Earl Neal, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, Mrs. John Voss Jr., Mrs. Elmer K'-.bly, Mrs. Eldon Martinson, Mrs. Bryan Stewart, Mrs. Faye Lichty, Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mrs. Minnie Henderson, Mrs. Anne Smith, Mrs. Edward Hof, Mrs. Lucinda Stone, Mrs. L. B. Shelton, Mrs. A. A. Schipull, and Mrs. Duanc Neal. !tt THlnols. They went to visit Mrs. Anise Davidson, 9.1. She fell and broke a shoulder iii April. She is at a daughtof. Mrs. Jessie Primnipr's, at, Newton. Mrs. Davidson has seven living children. They also visited relatives of Mrs. Ralph Davidson. Enroutc home they visited the birth place of Herbert Hoover at West Branch. The Bryce A. Wkketts have returned from ten days at their summer home on Lake Me- Keown" near Hackensack, Minn. j Mr. Wickctt, coach, is employ- led during the season as a hail i adjustor. j The Rev. Worthie Usher, I Methodist pastor, his father, W. C. Usher, Klemtne. were in Ho- chesler, Minn., hospital Friday for major surgery of Marie Blank, 60, aunt and sister-in-law. Julie Faulstick has secured summer employment with Look TWO GRADUATED William Prior recently attended the graduation of the son and daughter, Donovan and Sally. Sally received her cap June 5 in the Newman high school in Mason City from the St. Joseph Mercy school of nursing. Donovan Prior was one of 165 graduates of Bucna Vista college, Storm Lake. William Prior and Sally left after the graduations for Los Angeles, Calif., for two weeks visiting his brother Clarence Prior and other relatives. The Ralph Davidsons, his sister, Mrs. Fred Krusc, LuVerne, their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Vernon Davidson, daughter Kathi, Adel, returned Friday from a Paints • Appliances House wares • Gifts • L. P. Gas Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne SEE US FOR Special Prices ON Weed Spray Baler Twine LuVerne CO-OP. ELEVATOR ELDON GUESS, Mgr. LU VEHNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. Phone TU 2-3241 SANFORD Plumbing I Heating WAYNESANFORD * Ritchie Hi>0 Waterert * Pridj^f-F^rm Wftertrf if Ever Pyre Clorinater water conditioners PfeM TU 2-3261 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF fMf KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE- 17, 1965 W,W. Rockwood, lucerne farmer, dies Sunday LuVerne Funeral services for Wilder W. Hockwood, ."52, magazine, Des Moincs. She is | LuVerne farmer, were held at a daughter of the Victor Paul- 2 p . m . Junc 10 in lhc LuVcr nc sticks and attended Northwest ,. ,, ,. . . , ... ., n Missouri State at Maryville, Mo., Methodist church with the Rev. last year. Worthio Usher officiating. Organist was Mrs. Lucinda Darlene Goetsch, employed in Larson Drug, Humboldt, was an overnight guest Wednesday of her parents, the Fred Goctschcs. Guests Friday at Victor Paul- stick's were uncle and aunt, the William Van Burcns, Alta Vista, Kans., and the parents of Mrs. Faulstick, the August Bernaus, Bode. The Harold Traugers have been on vacation since Wednesday visiting the Ozarks. At the store are their son Daryl Tra tiger and Mrs. George Studer. Nancy Brink, daughter of the Allyn Brinks, LuVerne, has employment in Algona for the summer. Carol Ristau, daughter of the Harold Ristaus, has employment at Anvers, Fort Dodge, for the summer. She attended Northwest Missouri State College, Mo., last year. Sheri Ramus, daughter of the Bert R a muses, and Racann Brink, daughter of the Allyn Brinks, have gone to Okoboji for the summer where they have employment. Sheri is at the Methodist Camp and Rao- ann at Manhatten Beach. The girls are both Ames students. Mrs. Faye Lichty was a weekend guest of her son, the De Ray Lichtys, Mason City. She attended the graduation of Sally Prior June 5 from the St. Jo- pesh School of Nursing. Sally is the long time next door neighbor of Mrs. Lichty and the late Harry Lichty. Mrs. Allen Blake and James Lenz accompanied Sue Blake to Mason City Tuesday. Sue, daughter of the Allen Blakes, 1965 graduate, has enrolled at the Hamilton School of Commerce and signed for medical secretarial course. The schooling is for one year. She will live at the YWCA while in school. The Frank Gronbachs went Friday to Superior, Wis., to visit their daughter Doris, the Willie Blairs. The William Cooks, Tucson, Ariz,, formerly Dorothy Hanselman, came Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs, Martha Hanselman, and at Algona and Clear Lake. The Cooks will visit their son, the Loren Cooks, Morton, 111. Guests Monday to Wednesday with her , parents, the Bert Thomases, were Mrs. William Schoenrock, Debra and Billy, St. Paul. Mrs. Lillis Safford and Mrs. Olga Essmann, Neenah, Wis., came Monday for a week with their classmate, Mrs. Bert Thomas. They will also visit in Dayton. Mrs. Thelma Miller, Webster City, Mrs. John Stampka and Mrs. Harold Meyer, LuVerne, visited Tuesday in Mason City with Mrs, Miller's daughter the Adrian Goehrings. The Mike Hinies, son Walter Hinz, visited Sunday and Mon lay in St. Cloud, Minn., with Villiam Schmidt, 98 years old an. 18, father of Mrs. Hinz, vho lives in Good Sheperd Cursing Home. The Schmidts vere early long time residents here. Dona Andrews and Kay Irey, llarence, are guests for a week of their grandparents, the Arhur W. Dimlers. C. W. Bjustrom had surgery Stone and singers were Mrs. Worthie Usher and Mrs. Edward Lintlebak. Attendants were Everett Schipull, Monte Tooliey, Peder Hjelmcland, Donald Kruse, Ray Agard, John Cox. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with a Masonic graveside service in charge of Jasper Lodge, Livermore. The Blake Funqral Home, LuVerne, was in charge of arrangements. Wilder W. Rockwood, son of Dr. Merle and Myrtle Rockwood; was born Dec. 20, 1912, at Alexander. He died suddenly Sun- clay at 3 a.m. June 13 following a heart attack. He married Ardis Godfrey March 23, 1941, at Madeliav Minn. He spent his entire life in this area and his married years on the Godfrey farm a mile outhcast of LuVerne. Survivors include his wife Ardis and twin daughters, Eleanor Rockwood and Elaine, Mrs. Jerry Briggs, both Des Moines, one granddaughter; a sister Wiss Vivian Rockwood, Johnson iMty, Tenn.; and a brother, Curis Rockwood, Palos Heights, 111. Mr. Rockwood was a member of the LuVerne Methodist church, the Legion, 'LuVerne; the Masonic Lodge' and Eastern Star, Livermore; and''\vas also a 32-degrec Mason. Nancy Strayer is to HONOR CHURCH GROUPS At the LuVerne Zion Ev Lutheran church Sunday a pot luck picnic supper was sponsored by the Aid and Fellowship Club. It honored recent confir- mants, members of Walther League, Sunday school teachers, the choir and organist. REUNION IS HELD The Owen Currys, LuVerne, had the Bradbury reunion in the LuVerne town hall, June 13 with 60 attending. Members came from Fayetteville, Ark., Bradgate, Gilmore City, Renwick, Rutland, Bode, West Bend, and Humboldt. Mafgene Merkle mairriect Wednesday in Ft. Dodge. Mercy hospital, Mrs. Alvin Weber had surgery Monday in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. The Lester Smiths visited Thursday to Sunday in Eldora with their son the Gerald Smiths. Craig and Richard Smith returned with their grandparents for a visit. The Henry Kublys and Edwin Martys visited Sunday with the Terry Mitchells, Renwick. The Earl Chambers, Pob Chambers, Corwith, visited Mrs Myrtle Eggleston, grandmother of Mrs. Bob Chambers, Sunday Beulah Eggleston, Des Moines is spending a week with hei mother Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston. Ferd Meyer and Mrs. Lydia Lund visited Saturday at Maple Leaf Rest Home in Burl with Mrs. Ferd Meyer. The Ralph Blunter*, Menom- onic, Wis., James Blumers, New Mexico, and Phil Blumer, Midland, Mich., visited last week with their father, Paul Blumer, and their mother - Mrs. Paul Blumer in the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. W. S, Blumer, Minneapolis, came to be with his brother Paul Blumer for a few days. Hugh Shirk expected to be released Monday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he has been a medical patient four weeks following a heart attack. Mrs. Henry Marty retur.ned Monday after a week with their daughter Vera, the Eddie Links, Genoa, 111. Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, vas a weekend guest of her nother Mrs. Jessie Stripling. Mrs. Clem Stripling took heir baby Jennifer Ann to Iowa City Monday for a check-up at the University hospital. The Christiannairs Sunday school class of the LuVerne E.U.B. church had a 5 p.m. picnic at the Livermore town park Sunday. Attending were the Jerry Wolf, Donald Marty, Melvin Marty, Lawrence Marty, and Otto Lawson families. Mrs. Isabel! Hughes is return ing to her home in Linn Grove after some time with Mrs. Hugh Shirk. Mr. Shirk, her brother, has been hospitalized. LuVerne — June 4, Margene M. Merkle, LuVerne, and Wayne E. Hamilton, Denver, Colo.; were married. The brltfe is the daughter'of the Fred Merkles, LuVerne. He is the son of the Joseph Ha mil- tons, Denver, Colo. The double ring service was read By trie Rev. Ralph Hindman in the Lu- Verne E.U.B. church. Organist was Karen Weidauer, Pomeroy, and soloist, Eunice Peters, Ames, Ushers ahd candlelighters were R. J. Johnson, Minneapolis, and George Hargrove, Ames. The bride was escorted by .her brother Charles Merkle, Ren r wick, and was given in marriage by her,father. : ~ .? Matron of honor was Mrs. Richard Merkle, Seattle, Wash., sister of the bridegroom, arid bridesmaid was Mrs. George Hargraves, Ames, cousin of the bride. Best man was Roger Sheets, Minneapolis, and groomsma 1 !! was Charles Merkle, Renwick, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the church with the Earl Lehmans, Des Moines, hosts. Cutting the cake were Mrs. Carl Merkle and Mrs. Paul Hamilton, both of Denver, Colo. Pouring was Esther Merkle, LeMars, and serving punch was Mrs, Elmer Merkle, St. Paul. Guests were registered by Lynn Scheierman, Stratton, Colo. Gifts were shown by Mrs. Keith Smith, Humboldt, Mrs. Charles Merkle, Renwick, and Eileen Dawson, Dysart. Waitresses were Suzanne Dudley, Janj£' Schnetzer, Phyllis Blumer. '", She is a graduate of the Lu- Verne high school and graduated May 30 from Westmar co!U lege, LeMars. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, and is employed by Moore Mortuary iri Denver. They are living at 2495 South York Street, Denver, Colo: Out of town guests were from* Denver, Colo., St. Paul, Copil' Rapids, Minneapolis, Minn., SeV attle, Wash., LeMars, Humboldt, Renwick, Britt, Dysart, Pomeroy, Ames, Hedrick, Des Moines; Iowa, Stratton, Colo., Harcourt, Paton, Boxholm, Lake Park, Ft. Dodge, State College, Penn., In* dianapolis, Ind. The Joe Guys, Jack Guys, and Roy Guy attended the wedding of a cousin June 12 in the First Presbyterian church in Colfax. Judy Keipp, daughter of the Keith Keipps, and Thomas John* son, Colfax, were married. Mrs. Keipps, formerly Thelma Guy, is a sister of Roy Guy and aiV aunt of Joe and Jack Guy. Missionary Guild met wjtH Mrs. William Hedrick June §; They voted $5 for the Pimiey Woods school. LuVerne farmer LuVerne — Nancy Strayer, Algona, and John W. Bierstedt, LuVefrie, were married at 7:30 p.m. Jtiiie 11. The double ring service Was read By the Rev. R. T. Mueller in the LuVerne Zibn By Lutheran church. The bride is the daughter of the Jomf .Stfayers Sr,, Algorta. He is the son of Walter Bier- stedts, LuVerjie. ,-_'; '"....• Music was by Mrs. R. T. Mueller. Bonnie Strayer, Algpna, sister of the bride, .was maid of honor. Best man was his cousin, Edward Berninghaus, Whitte- mbre. • There' were 40 guests at a re- ceptiort at the farm home of the bridegroom'. Cutting' the cake was Mrs. Melvin Gray, Alta, sister of the bride. Pduririg was Mrs. Gordon Hutchihson,-Buncombe, also a sister. Serving punch was Mrs. Leonard Harisen, Irvington, sister of the' bridegroom. Gifts were opened by Nancy and JoHn. They are now tenant farmers at Harry Naffziger's west of LuVerrie. Kertneth Shriers. Mrs. Ralph Hirtdrnan and Her son, the Neil Hiridmaris, s{)ent a week at Camp OrispS, Riverview Park, Cedar Falls, Mrs. Ralph Hindman was a counselor for the intermediate class. The Keith Hindmans came Saturday for the weekend with his parents, the Rev. Ralph Hindmans. He has summer employment at Westmar college, LeMars. Guests Friday at Marvin Meyer's to see Ka'thy Jane were the Keith Pierces, Robert Sloans, Elmer Kublys, Corwith, Frdnk Johnsons, Livermore, Melvin Kublys, LuVerne. Saturday vis- it'ors were Sonja Guess, the Peter Rubergs, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Dale Yoeman, Paula and -Mrs. James Tiridall Jr., family, Cor with. Mrs. .Robert Sloan was a •Saturday overnight guest. Sunday visitors were the Jack Camelins, Corwith, Mrs. Robert Marchant family, Fort Dodge. Guests Friday at Alton Darby's for his birthday were their two daughters, the Dick St. Johns, Irvington, and Jerry Quebes,. Ames. Engaged LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon, to Gary H. Ites, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Ites, Iowa Falls, August 1. She is a graduate of LuVerne h i-g h school and American Institute of Business, Des Moines, and is'em- ployed at Iowa Fiance Co. in Iowa Falls; He is a graduate of Iowa Falls high school, and: is farming near Iowa Falls, where the couple will live. \ TKe Ernest 4 • Meyers were guests Sunday of their daughter Ellen, 'the' Charles Browns, Sari'bbrh. They attended confirmation of a grandson, Randall Brown, in the St. John's Lutheran church: Douglas and Dennis Brown returned after a vacation visit here with their grandparents.- Lynn Brown, 5, returned for her vacation here. The' Comrade. Sunday school dass, met Thursday at the E.U.B. church. Mrs. Marie Maass, presided .in absence of president Kenneth Marty. The July meeting will be a pot lunch picnic at the town park after church Sunday, July 11 for members and their families. Hostess was Mrs. Marie Maass. Memorial Society met June 10 in the town hall with Mrs. Anne Smith presiding. Mrs. Nels Jensen and Mrs. Earl John are new members. Florence Hof, Fort Dodge, was a guest. Hostesses were Mrs. Edward Hof, Mrs. Percy Brink, Mrs. John and Mrs. Paul Blumer.!'. . , Florence Hof, Fort Dodge, visited last week with her brother, the Edward Hofs. Friday she and her sister, Mrs. Cora Ross, Humboldt, went to Broadhead, Wis., to visit their niece, the TRAUGER'S FOOD MARKET WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PRICES GOOD FRIDAY ASATURDAY, JUflE IfA 19 Now open Friday Nights - Closed Sat, Night. WE HOPE THIS WORKS pUT BETTER FOR^EVERYONE / SUGAR id ib. bag SWarisdown CAKE MIXES 4 Iceberg' SALAD DRESSING i«"» 39« KOOL AID 3 1*8*. 16* Frozen GROUND BEEF 2 »'• 89* First Lady ICE CREAM 1 2gai. 59* Free Pizza Pan with Kraft PIZZA Monarch SALT 45* Shasta 46 Oz. Cans FRUIT DRINKS LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS 1 ; , • Week Days ;" • Saturday! ' 8 30 «o 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 Waxtex 4 for $100 125 Ft. 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