LuVerne Girl To Wed Car Victim's Funeral Held, Lakofa Church Algona (la.) Upper Des Motnet TuMdgy, Juhe 22, 196S 73 From County Off To Clear Lake 4-H Camp Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith of LuVerne announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon, to Gary H. Ites, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Ites of Iowa Falls, Iowa, on August 1, 1965. Miss Smith, a graduate of LuVerne high school and American Institute of Business, Des Moines, Iowa, is employed at Iowa Finance Company in Iowa Falls. Her finance, a graduate of Iowa Falls high school, is farming near Iowa Falls, where the couple will live after their marriage in August. (Humboldt Republican photo) ATTENTION FARMERS WEED CHEMICALS We have on hand several types of 2-4-D and other weed chemicals. Buy from your own Co-op elevator. MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn __ _ in 1.20 out 1.23 No. 1 Soybeans 3.75 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance CO-OP ioline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants '1 £5»»<»w»«»»*'f »*•»»• v«»j v«*« | Telt, 295-5614 295-7021 Funeral services for Henry Greenfield, 79, victim of a car accident June 14, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Lakota Presbyterian church, with Rev. John Reiners officiating. Burial was at Maple Hill cemetery at Lakota. Mr. Greenfield, retired Lakota farmer, died following a one- car accident north of Lakota on Highway 169. Death was attributed to a cerebral hemorrhage following a head injury. Mr. Greenfield died in the Blue Earth Hospital. He was born April 17, 1886 at Kamarar. In 1909 he married Ann Aldrich at Forest City. She preceded him in death. The couple came to Lakota from the Kiester area about 40 years ago. He had been retired for several years. Two sons and a daughter survive. They are Donald of Kiester, Minn., Lawrence of Union Grove, Wis., and Velva of Hopkins, Minn. Also surviving are eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Mrs. Paul Blumer Service, LuVerne, Held Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Paul Blumer, 72, were conducted Monday at 10 a. m. at the Evangelical United Brethren church, Lu- Verne, with the Rev. Ralph Hindman officiating. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with the Blake Funeral Home, LuVerne, in charge. Pallbearers were Lawrence Marty, Kenneth Marty, John Schmidt, Jerry Wolf, Howard Swanson and Leroy Weber. Mrs. Blumer died Thursday at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Born at West Bend, she had resided in LuVerne since her marriage in 1918. She is survived by her husband; four sons, Ralph of Milwaukee, Wis., John of LuVerne, Phillip of Midland, Mich., and James of Les Cruces, N. M., and 12 grandchildren. Good Neighbors Complete Work At Black Farm A group of 20 farmers performed a good neighbor deed June 15 at Black acres. They were organized by Milton Burlingame, Wayne Keith and Floyd Bode to finish plowing, completely work and plant 80 acres of soybeans on contour. Men participating, besides the committee, were Ray Braun, Albert Bormann, David Seller, Loren Bishop, Henry, Craig, Mark, Walter and John Pfeffer, Ervin Gatton, Herbert Zeisman, Dick Kain, Wayne Wickwire, A. N, Erpelding, Elmer Dornbier, DeLane Pooch and Jim Pingel. The noon meal was planned by Mrs. A, N. Erpelding, Marie Penton, Cecelia Dornbier, Mrs, Henry Pfeffer, Mrs. Floyd Bode, and Mrs, Howard Raney and served at the Penton home. The Farm Service Oil Co., operated locally by BUI Becker, furnished fuel needs for the deed, which was, completed for Hugh M, Black, whose wife died as a result of injuries received in a car crash a day earlier. Three days of fun, new experiences and relaxation will be enjoyed by 73 4-H boys and girls and their advisors of Kossuth County, who are attending the District 4-H Camp at Clear Lake June 22, 23 and 24. They will be a part of a group of approximately 400. The theme being followed at this year's camp will be the "4th H - Health". Glen Thompson, Extension Specialist of Iowa State University, will give guidance in recreation at the camp, assisted by junior leaders. The junior leaders from Kossuth County will be Petrea and Paul Thoreson, Swea City. Campers attending from Kossuth County will be - Janice McCarthy, Bancroft, Busy Bees; Bridget Quinn and Kathy Murray, Blue & White; Karen Eden and Sandra Hoover, Buffalo Boosters; Jean Lynch and Kathleen Patterson, Burt Blue Birds; Marilyn Roethler and Marcia Sabln, Cresco Chums; Linda Thompson and LaDene Brandt, Eagle-ettes; Linda Kruse and Sandra Seege- barth, Fenton Forwards; Carmen Montag and Jeanette Vernia, Garfield Gems; Gail Jensen and Geraldine Wilhelmi, Greenwood Girls; Lucille Anderson and Kathy Heetland, Lakota Luckies. Kathy Binzen and Patricia Lynch, Lone Rock Lively Rockets; Maureen McDonnell and Jackie Detrick, Lotts Creek Lassies; Joyce Gabrielson and Jane Walker, Plum Creek Elite; Suzanne Reding, Riverdale Rustlers I; Mary Reding, Riverdale Rustlers n; Kathy Merrill and Jill Jensen, Seneca Stars; Karen Winkel and Maureen Best- enlehner, U-Go-I-Go; Linda Nitchals and Susan Dodds, Union Alethean; Shirley Becker and Cheryl Cunningham, Wesley Wiz- .ards; Richard Paulson and Darwin Smith, Aggressive Lads; Mike Bray and Donald Patter son, Algona Dairy; Wayne Cordes and Dennis Franzen, Buffalo Boys. Dale Ulses, Burt Bombers; Dean Teeter and Daryl Gisch, Cresco Boys; Norman Duer and Mike Tobin, Eagle Wildcats; Robert Krause and Randall Bierle, Fenton Progressors;John Ketelsen and Leland Metzger, Garfield Hustlers; Raymond Govern and Mark Reynolds, Grant Hustlers; Philip Menke, and Larry Nurre, Greenwood Boys; Michael Pergande and LeRoy Hanson, LuVerne Eager Beavers; Ronald Gilbride and Bryce Sampson, Plum Creek Boys. Richard Schultz and Dean Widen, Prairie Future Farmers; Dennis Becker and Steven Yackle, Ramsey Boys; Dennis Berte and Tom McQuire, St. Joe Trojans; Lowell Mueller and Brian Johnson, Seneca Progressive Farmers; Eugene Person and Dennis Ha "g"i> Swea-Harrison Boys; NO. CENTRAL CONFERENCE Tim Molacek, Union Boys; Anthony Muehe, Wesley Boys; James Walker, John Winkel and Gary Erdman, Whittemore Boys. Other leaders from Kossuth County who will serve as advisors and assist with the camp program are Joe Skow, Wesley and Lois Bentele, Wesley. 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