Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 4
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Ex-livemore diet it Livermore — Funeral services tor Robert Fisher, 42, of Thompson were held Wednesday, Oct. 4 at the Bethany Lutheran Church in Thom&son with burial there. Mr. Fisher was born and raised in the Livermore area and has always farmed. He was married to Anna Brandt of Woden in 1950 and they have farmed in the Thompson area since that time. Besides his wife he is survived by five children at home raging in age from 6 to 16, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fisher, one brother Hafley, Livermore, three sisters, Nettie (Mrs. Frances Henely) of Lehigh, Harlene (Mrs. Virgil Hansell), Livermore and Mary (Mrs. Emmet Lamer) of Eagle Grove and several nieces and nephews. 4—Alflena (Iowa) THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 196? Engaged TWO NEW SONS A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kellner at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Friday, Oct. 6. He weighed 6 Ibs. 14M> ozs. and is the first child and the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kellner. Mrs. Wilfred Feldman of West Liberty is the maternal grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sharp of Minneapolis became the parents of a 6 Ib. 13 oz boy Saturday morning Oct. 7. He has been named Bradley Leroy and is their first child and first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grombach. Mrs. Sharp being the former Carole Grombach. Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp are the paternal grandparents. Livermore — Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morey of Livermore announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joyce Arlene of Martinez, Calif, to Gary Daniel Shaffer of Tacoma, Wash. Miss Morey is a 1966 Twin River graduate and has been employed as a telephone operator at Oakland, Calif, since going to California after her graduation. Mr. Shaffer was discharged from the Navy in January and has been driving a chartered school bus for the Grey Hound lines since that time. The wedding is planned for Decembsr 24 at the Presbyterian Church in Livermore. MMHIMMMHIMtMIHMII Ex-LuVerne school head in accident LuVerne — An item of interest to some of the older residents of LuVerne was taken from the Cedar Falls College A'Jumniio Mlagazine: Dr. Jay J. Sherman, B. A. 7919 died July 1, 1967 as the result of injuries suffered in •an auto accident. Dr. Sherman was professor of political science at Wayne Sitate University, Detroit, Mich., from 1925-1927, head of the department from 1925 to 1957, and professor emeritus from that time until his death. He is survived by his wife, the former Rhea Sylvester, B.A. 1920, who resides at P. 0. Box 697, Sequem, Wash., and two daughters and a son, Dr. Sherman is a former LuVerne superintendent. He served in LuiVerne in the years of 1917, 1918 and 1919. Bright smile LUVERNE BAND QUEEN Colleen John is shown during the Saturday parade in the Kossuth County Band Festival in Algona. It was a cold and drizzly day but the queens kept bright smiles on their faces as evidenced by Miss John's smile which helped brighten the day. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl John of LuVerne. UPW MEETS The United Presbyterian Women met at the church Wednesday afternoon with 12 members answering roll call. Due to the absence of the President, Mrs. John Olson conducted the business meeting. Anna Murray gave the lesson and a pot luck lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Hintz were dinner guests Thursday evening in the Gerald Ramus home at LuVerne in honor of Mr.-.Hintz's birthday. , L , Navynian Gary .Crani, who has befen visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs; Richard Oran for the past two weeks has returned to his base at damp Magoo, Calif., where he will be stationed for another year. Mrs. Dick Schulti is the new clerk at Marcia's store. Mrs. Margaret Howard drove out to Miller, South Dakota Thursday to visit in the home of her sister Nadine, the Paul Robinsons, and homes of brothers Ted and ' Clayton Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz spent Sunday in the Lorimor Berg home at Dayton. Margaret McBreen is a medical patient at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. The Lester Rifoy family •that has been living in Rutland have bought and moved into the Clarence (Razz) Smith house in the southeast part of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loots and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wessell of Fort Dodge were supper guests Thursday evening in the Martin Miller home. Mrs. Ruby Coleman has sold her home to Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Haack and has bought the former Tom McKenna home in the southeast port of town and plans to move Immediately. Mr. and Mrs. Haack have no definite plans of moving at this time. The Teen Center has been closed for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knight, who had spent the summer in their cottage at Deer Wood, Minn., spent a few days in the home of her sister, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill last week en- route to their home in Yuci- pa, California. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox who have been staying alt the Care Center in Humfooldt have returned to their home. A family gathering was held Sunday at the Dick Schultz home in honor of Dennis's 17th birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schultz and two children of Humboldt and Mr." and Mrs. Gary Schult? and Jay of Hudson. Mr, and Mrs. Guy Raney, 16 15 14 14 Los Angeles since May following brain surgery. Mrs. Stiltz is the former Joan Logue. Mrs. Marcia Berryhill spent Sunday in the home of her daughter Marcia and family, the Tom Garmens at Jackson, Minn. Lucky Strikers League W L Livermore Co-op 18M; 5'/2 Liyermore Bank __ Bode Co-op Dasen Oil Imperial Cafe M & M Feeds Watkins 13 Bode Locker 11 Livermore Ins. 9 Baker Truck Lines 8 Sawyer's 8 Livermore Lanes ._ 3 High Team 3 Games Liveirmore Co-op . .. — 2150 Baker Truck Lines 2050 Livermore Bank 2015 High Ind. 3 Games Joan Malkmus 488 IBetty Rohgved _^._-.—_^.:474 tiPtftty Gcpn'bach H I-.- ^_ $£9 '.',' •, High Team Game. Baker Truck Lines 746 Livermore Co=op 745 Livermore Co-op 742 High Ind. Game Joan Malkmus 194 . Betty Rongved 193 Donna Merchant 189 8 9 9'/ 2 10 10 11 13 15 16 16 21 J. J. CLUB MEETS The J. J. Club met Friday, October 6 in the home of Viole't Gostsch for its regular monthly meeting. The president, Jean Elberts, presided at the business meeting with thirteen members present. Harriet Schulz had charge of the entertainment. She gave a program on the "People and their Customs in Thailand". Mrs. Schulz's daughter and son-in-law and iftamily, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grombach and children of 'Hayfield, Minn., are hosts to an exchange .student from Thailand for the school year 1967-68. Miss Plynjai Kraet- hlap of Banpo, Thailand has 'been a guest in the Schulz ihoime. Mrs. Schulz also presented quiz games. Lunch was served by Mrs. Goetsch. Livermore Presbyterian Ktv. lUlph HlndntMi Livermore Sunday, Oct. 15 9:30 a.m. — Morning Worship. Mr. Robert Lee is our Layman's Day guest speaker. 10:30 a.m. — Church School. Zion Lutheran m»i. R. T. Mueller LuVerne Sunday, Oct. 15 10:00 a.m. — Church School. 11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. The Christianaires Class will meet at the parsonage Sunday evening. The lesson will be 'by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marty, and the enter- Mrs. LuVerne Audrey DeNio GALLOPING TEAS Circle Three of the WSCS of the Methodist .Churchi met tainmenit is by for their.;-, regular f monthly ~"- •-^ J ' J -meeting Wednesday afternoon, October 4 in the home of Mrs. Maud Brink wilth ten members answering the roll .call with a verse from Mark. Yulahmae Voss gave the devotions and Florence Stewart had the lesson. It was decided to have "galloping teas" to raise money for the Circle. •Lunch was served by Mrs, Brink. Officers for St. Joe group are selected St. Jo* — DCCW officers for St. Joseph's Parish are Mrs. N. J. Weydert, parish representative; Mrs. Paul Erpeldimg, organization services; Mrs. Joe Sinnwell, international affairs; Mrs. 'Rosalia Dig, community affairs; Mrs. Joe Berte, church communities; Mrs. Mike Hofer, family affairs; and NCCW commissions, Mrs. Ben Thil- •ges. A DCCW workshop was held in St. Mary's Parish Center in Armstrong Tuesday with the Parish officers and others from, the Parish in- toted. Wednesday, Oct. 11 8:00 p.m. — The Union Youth Fellowship meets at the Methodist Church on Wednesday evening. Thursday, Oct. 12 8:00 p.m. — The Finance Committee will meet at the church. Circle one of the WSCS of the Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon, October 4, in the home of Mrs. William Goetsch, with nine members answering the roll call with a verse from Mark. Mrs. Ray Legler gave the devotions and Mrs. Elmer Kubly had the lesson on "Observing" "Call to Prayer and Self- Denial". Lunch was served by the hostess. Charles Hinz, medical patient at Hancock County Memorial Hospital at Britt was released on October 2 to return to his home. Mrs. Anna Asa of Racine, Wisconsin, visited last week with friends in LuVerne. Mrs. Asa,* a former LuVerne resident is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, Harry Peterson, who lived in Lu- Verne many years ago. Mrs, Asa is the widow of the late Ed Asa. Sunday and Monday guests in the home of Mrs. Clara Mc- CleQlan were her daughter, Mrs. Lyle Powell and granddaughter, Mrs, Roger Olson, daughter of Mrs. Powell, of Made-lia, 'Minnesota. Mrs. Dick Nielson was an out-patient at Hancock County Memorial Hospital at Britt on Monday where she had x-rays. Tom Steil, son of Mrs. William Steal of LuVerne, student ;at the University of Iowa in Iowa City was a weekend guest in the home of his mother. . Mrs. Harold Davis of Mason City was a weekend guest in the home of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen. Sunday visitors in the home Floyd' and' Shirley"RaneTof of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz **, j _-. . . _ if, i, -K, f UFA**A Ul v* n« i-1 Kfl nn U'nn *9 T ** «_ Cedar Rap«ls left for Denver Friday morning where they will visit in the home of their daughter Lois, the Clarence Meyers family. Larry Stilt? has returned fc> his Juwne at Victorville, Calif, after being a patient at the Veterans Hospital in were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenz of Blue Earth, Minnesota and 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lenz of Fairmont, M'n.n. T"h,.'ay came especially to visit with iMr. Hinz who has been a medical patient at Britt Hos •pital. While in LuVerne the Lenz's also visited in the Ed and Roland Lenz homes. OFFICERS CHOSEN The mixed chorus 6f Lu- Verne high school recently elected officers for the 19671968 school year. Douglas Nelson was chosen president •and Coleen Johns was elected vice-president. 25th ANNIVERSARY An open house will be held •for iMr. and Mrs. 'Earl F. Janssen in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary on October 15, at their home in Panora, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll were Sunday supper guests in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stoll and children, of Eagle Grove, ire honor of their grandson, Darrell, 8th birthday. Also attending'were the mlaternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sander Sohnell of Goldfield. The American Legion Auxiliary held it's regular monthly meeting at ths Legion Hall on the evening of October 2 with fourteen members and one guest. Mrs. Hippen of Renwick present. The President, Darlene Curry, presid-j ed at the business meeting. Margaret Gillespie and Luanda Stone had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Gill-' ispie gave an interesting pro-1 gram on her trip to Expo 67. Minnie Davidson and Anna! .Jensen were the hostesses for the October meeting. Duren Lynn Watts was the I honored guest at a birthday 'party at his home Tuesday evening, October 3. Celebrat-1 ign. his first birthday were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Burt DeNio, great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford 'Holmes, aunt Holly DeNio, and Mr. and Mrs. Max King, Kurt, Kolleen, and Kathy of) Algona and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duren' Watts. Mr. and Mr*. Clifford Holm-1 es were Sunday guests in* the home of their son and fam-| ily, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and Jeff of Ames. Methodist Rev. R. A. Bleiemeyer Livermorc Thursday, Oct. 12 7:30 p.m. — Senior choir practice. Sunday, Oct. 15 9:30 a.m. — Worship Service. 10:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 7:30 p.m. — Senior Youth Fellowship. Wednesday, Oct. 18 4:00 p.m. — Junior choir practice. LuVerne Methodist Rev. R. A, Bleieracyer LuVerne Sunday, Oct. 15 9:45 a.m..— Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. — Worship Service. Monday, Oct. 16 3:45 p.m. — Junior choir practice. Wednesday, Oct. 18 7:00 p.m. — Senior choir practice. Thursday, Oct. 19 8:00 p.m. meeting. SURPRISE PARTY '^ # * -''Mrs. Conrad Kunkel was surprised Thursday for her birthday. She received 'many nice gifts and a cake baked by Mrs. Darlene Dorweiler. Attending were Mesdames Darlene Dorweiler and children, Donna Grandgennette land daughter; Gladys Thill and daughters; Mildred Miller, Maxine Blumer; Donna iBesch and daughter; Aileen Swanson; Dorothy Pergande, Helen Woods, Beverly Colwell and children; Romana Arndorfer and son; Sephine Hoewm and. daughter, and Sally Carman. Lunch was brought and served by the guests. WED 30 YEARS The Jim Larsens had guests Thursday evening for the 30th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Larsen's parents, the Joseph A. Beckers. A social evening and cards followed with lunch, was attended by the Richard Zemans and Cynthia, Ottosen, Lori Becker and Marilyn Mason, Humboldt, the Robert Hogans, Whittemore, Larry Johnsons, Algona, and the Joseph Beckers and daughter Mary, St. Joe. and catt be obtained fflotri CDA members. A sodai eve* ning and cards were foltewed by lunch by the group. Receiving prices were Mrs, B. J. Gales, Mrs. Marvin Red' ing and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. The •Richard Thuls, Lori and John, and Keito Under- bergs spent the weekend on a camper-bus trip to scenic eastern Iowa, St. Joseph's Mercy hospital Rapids, S. D., spent last week visiting relatives and friends here, Tuesday they accompanied the Peter Hermanns, St. Joe, and Mrs. Anna Bormann, Livermore, to spend the day with Mrs. Anna Bormann at North Washington^ Iowa. Mrs. Bob Bormann had her 500 club Thursday evening with Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and Mrs. Irene Bormann guests. Receiving prizes were iMrs. Willis Thilges, Mrs. Edwin Thilges and Mrs. Irene MOT- mann. Mrs. Leonard , Me- Guire has the club October 26. Connie Sinwell, Des Moines, was a weekend visitor with her parents the Joe Sinnwells. Joan Erpelding, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Paul Erpeld- ings. Joan recently returned from a three week European •trip. Airs. Susie Kramer had her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. AJiphonse Berte and Mrs. Ralph Reding receiving prizes. Mrs. Ralph Reding has the club next. Mrs. Tony Becker entered St. Joseph's Mehcy hospital in Fort Dodge Friday and is scheduled for surgery Monday. Catholic Daughters of America 'meeting is postponed from Wednesday evening to Thursday evening following the 7:45 p.m. mass in St. Joseph's church. Garrigan parents night will be held Wednesday evening at the Garrigan high school. The Conrad Kunkels were Thursday .supper guests at fcili. -Ni" Bonriainn's for Kunkel's Married at Huniboldt eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Irvington By Mat McLean Jayne K. Freis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freis, of Humboldt, and Gary Eisenbarth, son of the Clarence Eisenbarths, Livermore, were married Sept. 30 at twelve o'clock noon at St. Mary's church, Humboldt. The Reverend Father James R. Smith officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Humboldt, was , matron of honor and Ronald Zeimet, Livermore, served .as best man. Ray Kramer, Bode, and Bob Brown, Humboldt, ushered. Lighting the candles were Tom Eisenbarth and Steve Zeimet, who also were acolytes;. : ,i, : ;; iv "j .Wv'-iis^ !^>i ^jMr|ijp>elmar Cram; organist,' accompanied while Gerald Christensen sang. The reception was held at the First National Social Cen- ter at 2 p.m. Jeanne'Eisen- barth, sister of the groom, had the guest book. Mrs. Harley Fisher, Livermore, served punch and Mrs. Harold Lockwood, Humboldt, poured coffee. Mrs. Ted Wagner cut the wedding cake, and waitresses were Nancy Eisenbarth, sister of the groom, and Kathy Campbell, Humboldt. Kathy Kutz, Carolyn Freis and Louise Freis opened the bridal gifts,. Mrs. Leslie Warden was reception hostess. Out of town guests came from Fort Dodge, Des Moines, Bode, West Bend, Algona, Sioux City and Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Eisenbarth are at home in Humboldt after a weddihg;trip to Minnesota.^ TO REACH 27,000 HOMESI QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District LuVerne Community, Township LuVerne, County Kouuth-Hum- boldt. ' *> hereby certify thot this report is a true and correct statement COOK BOOKS READY Mrs. N. J. Weydert had the "Recipe Round-up" Catholic daughters of America cook . . .. book committee Friday eve- *L cktey * Official Board ning, The recipe Round-up WateTlo ° to the Cattle Con- cook book is again available eress The Verl Pattersons were at St. John's church, near Kanawha Sunday for the 25th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Patterson's brother and wife, the Richard Huntleys, Renwick. Mrs. Patterson was bridesmaid at the wedding 25 years ago. Mrs. Oliver Knudsen, returned home here last week Thursday from Park hospital at Mason City where she had .been following surgery on an ankle which had been: broken in three places, in a fall in her home. A sister, Mrs. Marie Maas, LuVerne, is staying at the Knudsen home. Amelia Coleman, Hazel Sabin, Clara Ditsworth, Doris Davis, and Inez Roney, were guests at a meeting in the BUB church, LuVerne, last week Thursday evening. They heard the Rsv. Papp of the EUB church, Renwick, talk of her native Hungary. The Kenneth Potters, Ack<ley, were weekend visi|to(rs at Carroll Potter's and the Gerald Coleman's. The Carroll Potters recently visited FINANCIAL STATEMENT °** SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Balance from Previous Quarter 5670.49 Total Receipt! for Quarter 147.41 Total to Account for Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter Balance at End of Quarter * Plus Investment $5,000.00 OINIRAL FUND Balance from Previous Quarter 1 1508383 Total Receipts for Quarter . 5*116.36 Transfer - Investment 50,000.00 Total to Account for , „ , „ ixKNorruiics Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter 3832283 (teachers, Janitors, Officer*, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued — amount 16,896.40 Total Expenditures' Balance at End of Quarter gress. FARM SALE ea«l*W%BT aT^aV^lHrnaBelP LOCATED NWM MOTION 21 and NVfcNEK SECTION 20 LOTTS CREEK TOWNSHIP KOSSUTH COUNTY Contact A. J. RICKLEFS. referee WOClfH-GCHAN tfAl IS?AH 11* STATI fTWT, ALOONA, IOWA WIMKfL A IsVJJaWil ... MciAAMOM A f 4MH wwptw»wii ip vwewpMHs* ™ sr W*IPH»^FW^PT* w ^I^WPW^P* Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Interest on bonds Transfer - Investment Total '. GENERAL FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What Allyn & -Bacon American Map Co. .. Advance Publishing Co; .. Advance Systems Dick Blick Brooks Laundry Bumpa-Tel S'gn Co. Butler Paper Co. Carleton Stewart Music Co. Carroll Garage . Celinfe Inc. Chemco Co. Chronicle Guidance Publ. Churchill Chemical Co. College Entrance Board Collier-Macmillan Library Serv. - —Continental Press, Inc. ... Corwith Implement Co. Croft Educational S-rvices . Cutler Light Mfg. Co. ... Decker Brothers T. S. Denison & Co Des Moines Register Dicks Typewriter Sales Dictation Disc, Inc. Educational Services, Inc. .. E. J. Enickson Music Co. .. Executone Systems K.. C. Frank Soles Co. . Giant Photos Ginn Si Co. Grolier Educational Corp. . Guidance Associates Hammond & Stephens Co. Horcouct, Brace, World . Don Hamilton Hauff Sporting Goods . D. C. Heath Co. .. The Highsmith Co. .. Holt, Rinehart & Winston Houghton-Mifflin Co. House of Hits Huntington Laboratories I" IBM Corporation Ideal Chemical Co. .. la. Employment Security Comm. la. Public Employees' Retirement Iowa Public Service Co. Iowa State Industries . ISEA Library Service Jewel Electric Products ... Verlaine Johnson Katp Supplies Kautzky Sporting Goods .. Kenworthy Educational Services __ Klipto Office Supplies ...I" ___ LIST OF WARRANTS («w» **riti) E SCHOOLHOUSE FUND For What 5,817.90 5.045.0Q • 772.90 70,200.19 55,219,23 14,980.96 Amount 45.00 5,000.00 5.045.00 Amount 53.39 9.45 195,91 314.40 4.20 5.17 44.50 416.56 5.10 652.76 158.98 30.10 133.35 45.68 4.50 15.60 20.09 6.65 37.79 29.60 207.15 25.85 50.40 87.60 12.93 9.20 21.85 54.67 43.70 2.28 48.33 230.50 25.55 80.43 348.10 29.62 7.70 97.96 24.46 181.28 13.57 7.68 588.54 3.50 43.50 2 819.66 2,066.04 24J3.85 46.80 7.31 61.43 250.00 10.35 56.00 12.35 8.63 Kossuth Motor Co. ' )).10 Loidlaw Brothers 127,90 La Pine Scientific Co, 130,72 J. S. Lotto & Son : 29289 LuVerne Building Co. .•• 46.40 LuVerne Insurance 'Agency 371.00 Lyons & Carnahan -.' 14572 McGraw Hill Book Co. — 79.42 McGregor Magazine Agtncy . 224.49 McKnight & McKnlght ... \3.»7 The Macroillan- Co, 2 77 Chas. E. Merrill Books 37'.64 Metropolitan Supply.Co. .. 88.51 Mid-Bell Music Co. u • 879.55. Mid-Continent Equipment Co. 40 30 Missouri-Kansas Chemical • • • Co. 30992 Montgomery Ward & Co. " 1921 Music Mothers i 650*00 Music Publ. Holding-Co. .. 2065 Narcotics Education 21 00 News Map of the Week . 19>5 Nielsen's DX Service ..... 1,171.02 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co, , 50.49 Northwestern Office Equip. Co. ; _ 1390 The A. N. Palmer Co."Ill 10*35 Matt Parrott & Sons — 390 Patterson Electric Service - '. 10.00 rigott, Inc. 6770 Pittsburgh Plate Gloss Co. I 77J4 Prentice-Hall, Inc.'-—... '5 55 Radio Corp. of America— -3574 Bert Ramus, Postmaster -- 1000' Reader's Digest Services _. 4 41 Kenneth Roethler 4 so -Royal Typewriter Co. —I" 879°00 Sanford. Plbg. & Htg. .Ill ,'g 80 School Health Supply 6884 Science Research Associates 48.56 Scott Foresmqn & Co' 369 90 Security State Bank .IIIZ - "TOO L. B. Shelton, Exp, . 4886 Silver Burden Co" -I 448 Simon & Schuster, Inc. "" ' 545 Sioux City Journal ., " is'aJ Sioux City Music Supply .. 4415 Southwestern Publishing Co. 13605 Ernest Spiker, Exp, 17'00 Mike Spiker. 3850 Thermogas Co. ofXigona" 4120 Town of LuVerne .... ln'42 Trauger's Market — ?Y 30 We^co 01 / 0 ™ *--~ :: •'•'!&'• The H. W. Wilson'aTir 500 Galen Cronk - T . .. ip.00 Salaries for Quarter I6-896.40 38,322.83 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th*d*y (5IAU v - D - Jo in the Algprw KoHutb County Advance, Aljjona, Io,w 9 , Qctpfee, r l?<

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