LuVerne Youth Reports Today, Army Duty LUVERNE - George Henry Schnetzer, 21-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnetzer of LuVerne, has received his call for the service in the Army. He will report June 15 to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, for his basic training. Connie Schnetzer, 18 'year old daughter of Mr. and Mr%. George Schnetzer, left Omaha, Neb., by plane for Maywood, Calif., to visit her sister, Slilrlecn, Mr. and Mrs. David Zittritsch, for a month. She went to make the acquaintance of her niece, Mllli- cent Sue, born May 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Zittritsch. - o - The Ladies Aid of the Lu- Verne Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church met in the church fellowship rooms. The president, Mrs. Allen Darby, presided and a new project is being planned for the installation of new frosted windows in the church. Mrs. Owen Curry was a guest. Mrs. Charles Hanselman was hostess. Miss Darlene Goetsch accepted a position as a clerk in the Larsen Drug Store in Humboldt Tuesday. Miss Darlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goetsch of Lu Verne, was a 1965 graduate of Lu Verne. Mrs. LJelvyne Six and Rhonda, and her brother, Dorrance Thomas, of St. Paul, Minn., were week-end visitors in the parental Bert Thomas home. Other callers Sunday were the Lynn Tobeys, New Richland, Minn., former station agent of the M. and St. Louis Railroad here. Mrs. Edward Ramus visited In Fort Dodge with her sons, the Irvin and Orville Ramus families. She was a guest in the home of her granddaughter, the Kenneth Lewis family. She went to attend the graduation of Coral Ramus, In the class of 450 from the Fort Dodge High School. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ramus. Mrs. Paul Maas, Mrs. Herman Hinz, Kris Meyer of Lu Verne, and Mrs. Grady Hinson, Arlington, Va., daughter of Mrs. Hinz attended the graduation of their niece and cousin, Carol Ramus Tuesday evening from the Fort Dodge High School, class of 1965. They were guests at the reception in the Kenneth Lewis home. Gerald Ramus, his aunts, Mrs. Allen Darby of LuVerne and Mrs. Fred Hinz of Livermore, visited in Des Moines recently with their father and brother, Arthur Ramus. Mr. Ramus underwent major surgery in the' Methodist Hospital. , Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby visited recently with the Andrew Nielsens at Ventura. Mr. Nielsen was hospitalized in Mason City the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Dick St. John of Irvington are parents of a six pound, eight ounce daughter, Brenda Sue, born May 20,1965, at St. Ann Hospital, Al.gona.They now have a family of four daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby are the grandparents, Mrs. Dean Hough and Lezlie oi Golden Valley, Minneapolis, Minn., visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 0, Cox, Mrs. Amelia Hanselman was hostess to a foursome 500 card party honoring Mrs. Emma Hoepner, Omaha, Neb. Other players were Mrs, Anna Hanselman and Mrs, Clara Wolf. Mrs. Eli Bager was hostess to the 500 card club and guests were Mrs. Emma Hopner, Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mrs. Amelia Hanselman. At play, high score went to Mrs. Frank Gronbach and low to Mrs. Tillie Stoddard. Mrs. Paul Blumer was a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. She entered the hospital Wednesday, June 2. Mrs. Edward Ramus visited with her daughter, Mrs. Irvin Hildman, at Wesley. She went for the birthdays of her granddaughter, Sharon, 16, and grandson, Larry, 12. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Calkins and children went to Des Moines and were guests of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hiserote. Mr. Calkins entered the Veterans' Hospital for examination and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wille, John, James, and Joyce of Rock Island came for a visit for a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wille. The newly organized circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the new year of the LuVerne Methodist Church, met June 2, as follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. FayeLichty. Devotions, Mrs. John Cox; lesson, Mrs. Edward Hof. New Algona, (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, June 15, 1965 circle officers elected were chairman, Mrs. Lichty; vice chairman, Mrs. A. A. Schipull; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Raymond Nelson. Circle 2 with Mrs. Jess Jergensen. Twelve members answered roll call. Devotions and lesson were given by Mrs. Irwin Jergensen. New circle officers are Mrs. C. J. Bjustrom, chairman; Mrs. Alvin Weber, vice chairman; Mrs. Irwin Jergensen, secretary-treasurer. Circle 3 with Mrs. Albert Genrich assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Stevens Sexton, and Mrs. Earl Neal. Thirteen members answered roll call. Devotions were given by Mrs. Nealandles- son by Mrs. W. Raymond Legler. New circle officers are chairman, Mrs. Legler, vice chairman, Mrs. Bryan Stewart; secretary, Mrs. Eldon Martinson; treasurer, Mrs. Neal; publicity, Miss Myrtle Jordan. Mrs. Earl Manning will be the July 7 hostess. The Evening Star Circle met with Mrs. Joseph Thorn. The program was a report on a recent trip to Washington, D.C., and United Nations at New York City given by Dawn Lindebak and Connie Sanford. Guests were their mothers, Mrs. Edward Linde- bak and Mrs. Wayne Sanford, Mrs. William Goetsch, district W.S.C.S. officer, Mrs. Velman Petersen and Mrs. Vivian Erickson, Humboldt. New officers are chairman, Mrs. Gerald Ramus; vice chairman, Mrs. Ben Hefty; secretary - treasurer, Mrs. Vernon Eggleston; publicity, Mrs. James Mallory. One Ton Beef Club Includes Burt Raisers The Iowa Beef Improvement Association will award certificates in the new One Ton Beef Club to 13 association members at the Beef Cattle Field Day at Alton, Iowa, June 26, according to Robert C. deBaca, extension livestock specialist at Iowa State University. The One Ton Beef Club was recently started by the IBIA. Cows on performance testing qualify if they produce four consecutive calves averaging Choice grade or higher and weighing 500 pounds at weaning. Among the 13 to receive awards are Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lagerstrom of Burt. Will Be Bride Of Don Mitchell, Bort, In August LOVEDA KOHLWES Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Kohlwes of Belmond announce the engagement of their daughter, Loveda, and Keith Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. DonaldMitche.il of Burt. Miss Kohlwes is a registered nurse employed at the Raymond Blank Memorial Children's hospital in Des Moines. Mr. Mitchell is a student at Drake University. An August wedding is being planned. 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