Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1967
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Ami broken in three places near Rutland Uvarmora — While grinding feed alone on the farm of his uncle, Dick Folh, near Rutland, Dennis Foth, 18,. caught his sleeve in the auger. A pin was sheered off enabling him to get his arm out and he walked to the house where his aunt rushed .him to a doctor. He was taken to the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge where the breaks were pinned and his arm put in a cast. His arm was broken in three places. He has been working for his uncle since last spring and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Foth of Kanawha. M (Mi NNMNnlf Funeral Serviced for Johh R. Dunphy, 84, were held Thursday at the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Humboldt, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. E. Tolan officiating. Burial was in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery In Livermore. Surviving are two sisters, the Misses Anna and Mary Dunphy, both of Humboldt. Mr. Dunphy was born in Grove Township, and attended Livcrmbre High School, and Humboldt College. From 1909 until 1931 he was a rancher in Montana, at which time he : returned to his fam- 4~*Alflona (liwi) LuVerne man is married at Ames church LoVtrnt.— In the St. Pet- ily homo north of Humboldt, er's arid Paul's Catholic THURSDAY, OCT. If, 1W dollar* to the Community Ghent. HottMaea were. Ariht Jensen and Ruth Hamon. Bingo was played tot enter* Uinment. The hosteatea tot the Novemljer meeting will be Tillie Baumgartner, Mar' garet Gillespie and Ruby Godfrey. The friendly Three LuVerne women at church meet late Mr. and MM. John Schneider was born on Dee. 8, 1905 at LuVerne on the (arm weat of town now own* ed by Mr, and Mrs. Capeaiu*, St. Joe MfC> The addre** of Mr*, Julia Pergande of LuVerne who is The William visitors here the first of the week at Florian Faber's. Mrs. Faber is a daughter of the. Blenzes. . '-'/' The .J^*""** H i V f a daughter born Monday* Oct. 13 at St. Joseph's Mercy hoi* „ . ..¥ c °^ r ! s Pita! In ~ForT Dodge, 'tliey a nfedical patient at the Uni- «P«"l Sunda y Wlth their P ' ' -- ^ " "- versity of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City to: Mrs. Julia Per* gande, General University daughter Vicky, sophomore at Clarke college,'Dubuque. The Wilfred Kohlhaases, 1/iMll «•• A v» w »*"w«-^'w- — ,f how have 4 girls and 2 boys. where he farmed until re tirernent about ten years ago. gona on Tuesday. Mist Florence Altman entertained the Delta Dck Church, Route one, Ames at a 10 o'clock nuptial Mass 'Monday morning, September 4 Florine Annette Wcigel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les jfcj»JM e^jsafis ^^£M afternoon in the, homed ,ni*a meeting c.the NoH* _ city. Mrs. Pergande_ who te & * ^WSBT Bu 'Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Mrs. Central „._ _ I** rSn^Ur a* whed M gunday ^ ^Ko^ so™, Mrs. Sodcty of Christian Service WouW enjoy hea rin« «rom haas^at a.^ohns Prep Sem- inning low ended October 13 after three ?yonc in uve LuVerne area, ,™*y>^™"*<^ MAYOR'S MWCiAMAtlON 'Eff f^^THTfcSK daysW talks and discussions ^hewtu be incapacitated at ia Hanselman, LuVerne and on "New Perspedive*i and the hospital for aome time W+*m£jmmw • w« •.••. ....-_ . ™~ B~l 0 I )9V I 11 M*H f 'B •• T *• • •» • ••« WIB • »•».». — • . «ll|-V> • BVW fTU VWB • v« »»••»— ^™- — ter L. Weigel, Boone, Iowa, , Mrs ^..j, o f Sioux Falls, New Dimensions". More than as she is suffering from AUXILIARY MEETS The American Legion Aux day afternoon. A 1:30 dcsssri luncheon was served and at iliary met at the Legion Hall cards Mrs. Norman Scott won Monday evening with four- high P me,Mr..^.jc Gron ; bingo — .-- t _ v » «. ,.__Q-~- r — -, - . 'in |o* EJBI3II "• fcj*w«i» • »••*•( • » v •» — _ . ._ v>w »»BV .•-•• — ™— — — — --• Bridge club at her home I-ri- be camc the bride of Collyn ^^ Dakota were present; 800 Methodist women from phlebitis of the leg. Lynn DeNio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burt DeNio of LuVerne. teen members answering roll call. The President, Mrs. John Hosford, conducted the business meeting and also acted as pianist. Mrs. Norman Scott acted as chaplain: It was voted to again sell tickets for turkeys for the Feather Party which will be Nov. 4. Lunch was served by Mrs. Bernard Streit, 'Mrs. Mike Kisch and Mary Jane Origer. Five hundred was played and in charge of Mrs. Kollosch, Mrs. Fred Pooch and Mrs. Virgil Smith. High prize was won by Mrs. Molly Foth, second 'high by Mrs. Hay Zci- me't and Mis. Scott won the low prize. MRS. JOINER HOSTESS Mrs. Dale Joiner and Mrs. Alvin Seagrin were hostesses •for the WSCS at the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon. Eighteen members Hugh Sanders, the prize. 'Mrs. Scott was a guest. A drive is being conducted for the Iowa Chi Id runs Home in Des Moincs by neighbor lo neighbor canvassing. Miss Florence Allman is chairman for the campaign. Mrs. Elmer Gronbaeh entertained her Pinochle club at her home Tuesday evening Tor supper and an evening of cards. Mrs. Amelia Hoffman and her (laughter, Mrs. Don Clark spenl Tuesday in DCS Moines where they visited Mrs. Hoffman's sister-in-law, Mrs. Albert Hoffman at the Commander Hotel. Mrs. Keith Logue entertained the Deal & Chat Bridge club at her horns Thursday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards, Mrs. C. M. Baker won Griffin officiated at the dou We ring ceremony and wedding Mass. Sacred music was provided by the organist DeVon Hollingsworlh, Boone, student of Wheaton College, majoring in organ, a high school classmate of the bride and the vocal soloist, Miss Jcar.n ne Weigel, sister of the bride. Jeannettc Wcigel served as maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Linda Weigel, sister of the bride, Mrs. Roxie Watts and The next Meeting wtM *e'< nine midwestern states were with Mrs. Frank Grontoach 4n attendance including twen- Lunch Mr. and Mrs. William Mill- of "Naber, Spirit Lake, and Rev. L. C. Schumacher, the Ralph Redings and Margaret ReidmiUer were Thursday dinner guests at Peter Bor- Blumer of LuVerne Mr. and Mrs. Christ- ess. • • • •'• • •*..,:,,.•. Mr. and Mr§. Lath of Slou* women -_..-... n . . „ iFalls, South Dakota >re ; es by Iowa Meth<ri»st Jlishop are Mr. and Mrs. tommy guests in the home of Mrs. James S. .™«" M «-« nI1u |? Miller and Mr. and Mrs. John Emma Hoepner. Moines and Mrs. Glenn fc. Tw.nty.thr.* rn.mb.rt «f 'Lasky, Ruston, Louisana, the LuVerne Progressive /^America's top woman Metn- Club had dinner at Treloars odist. A highlight, of the con- Inn Sunday evening with Inference was a Thursday eve- oiitda Stone, Rose Pattersonf; hing banquet featuring the Laurene Jergensen and Wil- appearance of the Travel- ma Baskerville as hostesses. 1 Ons", eleven singing nuns Guests included the hustoands from P»V«npa^ lowtjw christensen who has been in df the members and »*». the viewing of The ParaWe - ^^ ^ Dwieht Savage and Mr. and a controversial film which . 8 -^ portrays Christ as a clown, enter the Veterans Hospital th. The North Central Jurisdic . *l*^>»W--^^$^ ^ in FortDodge. Grandparent, th ? ne S en S Kes, son spending some 'Mrs. Cliristensen's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Mr. iMrs. Ben Hefty. Weekend guest* in Holly DeNio, sisters of the nome of Mr and Mrs. Bert tion includes Methodist Worn- there! in Muskbgee upon arriving bridegroom. Miss Teresa Wei gel and Max Weigel, sister and brother of the bride ser- Thomas were Mrs. Uelvyn en's Societies in seventeen Six and Rhonda and Dbrrance Methodist annual conferences Tiiomas of St. Paul, MUineso^ in the states of Iowa, Illinois, , . . . 1 IIVVIIIO^ V* ,-+**» » »»»«f ...»- — -; -. . — ,-- - • •_. —_ . . ved as flower girl and ring u ^ Mr. and Mrs. Merle Indiana, Ohio, North Dakota, • . *"*t *^ .. _._.'• ..*• *m_ «^_l A^. Wfl^»^k«%a*^ti«« '. answered roll call with Mrs. high, Mrs. Clarence Carhon Rose Cran of Humboldt as second high and _Mrs. Dick Schultz •guest. For roll call each mem- •ber gave a small miscellaneous item for the kitchen. Mrs. Gene Benjamin of Bode, President, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Kay Falb gave ithc devotions and lesson assisted by Mrs. Benjamin, Mrs. Bicsc-moyer, Mrs, Hubert Raney and Mrs. Dean Zcman. Lunch was served with table decorations carried out in fall colors and bowls of fruit, Bob bearer. Attending the bridegroom as best man was a college friend Robert Beilstein of Williatnsburg, Iowa and the other attendants were Steve Weigel, brother of the bride, Duren Watts, brother-in-law of the bridegroom and David Weigel, brother of the bride. Ushers were Bob Halsrud, Iowa City, Ron Boland, Oskaloosa, Nile Smith, Lehigh end •Doug Holmes of Ames. The bride was given in marriage 'by her father. Honor roll of ( t LuVerne high s NEW DAUGHTER A girl, weighing 7 Ibs. 4 oxs., was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lencrtz of Grin- ucll on Friday, Oct. 6. She has been named Teresa Ann and is their first child. Grand- travel. Mrs. Wonderly was a guest. Herb McKenna and aunt, Mrs. iLawrence Martin of Edmund, Okla., visited in the •Rich McKenna home and with other relatives from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. John Olson, regent of the Mary Brewster Chapter U s and'Tom Boldus of Story of .the D.A.R. attended ; a, city,' 'with' Joe"''Boldus as meeting of the Daughter of lector. Following' 1 the nuptial the American Revolution at Mass,' the bride placed a Mie home of Mrs. Dcwey bouquet on the altar of the Morse in lluinbaldt Monday „, Blessed Virgin;' afternoon, Oct. 9. Mr^.-.W, E. (>;iuJ The groom' and his" Walsh of Hawkcyc, statq'rc-, gent of 'the D.A.R. was the guest speaker. Mrs. A. W. Giddings was hostess for the afternoon. Mrs. Grace Anderson en- parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Al -tertalned her 500 club at her 1 . . U i-^.-ki» 'Pi i /vpslnir r\ ft n »*ti rvnn \t?l1 It •Lencrty,, great grandparents arc .Mr. and Mrs. George Lonef'tz. SAWYERS MOVE iMr. and Mrs. Jerry Mc- Cuiltough have bougilil a,nd moved into the Mert Sawyer .house in the north part of town. They have been living in the Lawrence Ruhnike .house. The Sawyers have moved 'to Des Moines. A family gathering was •hold at the John Olson home Sunday evening for the October birthdays. Those whose birthdays were observed were Mr. Olson, daughter 'Betty (Mrs. Leroy Gronbaeh), Ruth Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, Don Gronbaeh, son of the Leroy Gronbachs and John Ellcrs, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ellcrs of Algona. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson and children and >Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sweeney of Brill. A pot luck supper was served and a social evening was spent. Mrs. Amelia Hoffman visited for several days in Algona where she stayed with her sister, Mrs. Freda Sleus- sey and also visiled with her cousin, Mrs. Mary Warmbier, a niece, Miss Edna Smith and another cousin, Mrs. Anna Neuman at the Convalescent Home. Dirk Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. DeVefne Holmes has received his discharge from the navy and arrived 'home Thursday evening com- inb by jet to Des Moiues. He had been stationed at Long •Beach, Calif, for 16 months and 6'months at San Diego. Mrs. Don Kitey entertained the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock luncheon was served and at cards 'Mrs. .Raymond Graaf won high prize, Mrs. Henry Groh, low and Mrs. Harold Roethler, travel. Mrs. Arlo Me- Gowan was a guest. home Tuesday afternoon with two tables of cards in play. 'Mrs. Dale Joiner was a guest. Lunch was served. Mrs. Steve Pirnet and two girls of Pierre, So. Dakota came Thursday to visit until Sunday in Ihu home of her parents, the Bill Davis's. Mrs. Margaret Howard spunt the weekend in Boone where she attended a wed- iliii.U and visilud in the home of an aunt. Larry Joiner, who teaches at Edtlyville and Tom Swan of Bagley were dinner guests Saturday in the parental Dale Joiner home. Sharon Joiner who goes to college at Mason City was also homo. attired' in grey tuxedos. Following the Mass a reception was held in the church parlors,,,. where the serving table. ;$#5.i covered satin Birnbaumer of Audubon South Dakota, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. V.rn Smith Michigan and Minnesota. Del- of Dayton were Sunday egates from LuVerne to .the guests in the home of Mr. 'Conference were Mrs. Willand Mrs. Bert Thomas. ' iam Goetsch, Mrs. Roy BSese- Mrt. El«i. Fit*«r WM hott-f iheyer and Lucinda Stone. ess to the Tuesday Cluib at,-' ; her home on Tuesday after- HAVE GUEST TEA noon, October 10. Eight 'The Lutheran Women's members and one guest, Mrs/ Missionary League of the Hall, answered the roll call: zion Lutheran Church in Lu- Lunch was served by Mrs. Verne was host to a Guest Fisher. Tea Wednesday afternoon, Mr. and Mr*. Jam.* Punk October 11. Guests were the of Des Moines were Friday West Bend and Uvermoire "guests in the home of 'Mir. and : LWML. Mrs. Mueller, gave a. Mrs. Joha Voss. Mrs. FunkV report on the International a naitive of Bolivia had just'Convention held in Wishing-,' .j^^- 'returned from a two months^ tipn, D. C. in July;<tf,which!'.', Henry visit to her Dative country^ ^he was a delegate.'Pastor nie ' Heft Barb Hurlburt, Mr. and Mr.. John Vo«. /Mueller gave devotions and Anna iBahmannV Larry Casey, were Sunday guests of Mr. showed slides; of,,the v P»W^r v ,.tiiaelean'Hewitt, ii 'Itereaii'-| I «di- , '44 "*•• °d« Jergensen in FortvDodge. f M O n. A color scheme of rus^,, ersen/Ysy Lee Scliioull Paul, attend- From / ort . Dodged Mr: iMWnj$ Uo tf>tift.'j^ Swan^^I^fiy^Slei,^-^ ,ry; Vaiidt, L.nda u Wilheim Jennifer Wilhelm (5), and MOTICI Of tPICIAt TO THE VOTERS Of LUVERNE/IOWA? You ate hereby notified ' that a jpcciol election of the qualified voter» of the Town of LuVerne, lowo will be held according to law on the 7th day, of November, 1967, at which election there shall be submitted to the voter* of the Town of LuVerne, Iowa the following proposition to-wit: V Shall the Town of LuVerne, lowo, change the duration of the term* of it» Councilmeh trdrh two'yea'rt •. ' to four years, and stagger ,the . terms thereof, >o that one-half of the members of the Council ore f elected at each regular municipal . - • election? ' •"-- .. •••' • • "• '.' You, ore further notified'that'soli) Larry, and grandson James S^^ffl «r«l^fW Sv»£ Webb, New Hampton, Were 2nd day of October, 1967 duly sighed Ufiwlfuie^au oiioctc at Pptpr by electors of the Town of LuVerne, weanesaay guesis ai rewjr lc : wa cquo , in number , 0 ^ ,„, thar ; Bormann S. The Paul Erpeld- ten per cent of the votes cent for the incfc anH cnn« had trip Ror- eondidate receiving the greatest num.: ings, ana sons naa ,ine uor »,,, of vo(es ot tne lajf fcgU | ar munl . manns and their guest at sup- eipoi election. •-••?..'•. . ': •;.-'• _ iir_^i.«_j_.. You arc further notified-that,,the per Weanesaay. pom shoii be open from a o'clock The Lawrence Elenzes and A.M.^untn, S Q e £'f£* a fc'*j e $* t ihoii Larry and grandson : James be c a v t°theTown HaVin Luverl??,'KOS- Webb, New Hampton..were ^coun^iowo,^^ ^.^ ^ ^ . . Town of. LuVerne ore' hereby notified ' CARD OF THANKS — I WOUld to appear at the time and place above like to thank; all my friends ^^^ LuVornc ; , |OWQ ',-^ t 3 ; d; and relatives for the cards, gifts and visits while I was in the Britt Hospital. A Special Thanks to Dr. Brainerd ATTEST: .and Rev. Beiserneyer. And a ' special thanks 'for all the prayers. God Bless you all. day of October, 1 96?. /s/ iS W a Tow " of LuVernc /s/ OW Horoid of Mrs. Earl (Alma) Manning. , LyVtrn* — The honor roll for the quarter at LuVerne high school is: "A" Honor 'Roll—Don Bristow, James Bowman, 'David Ristau and Diame Patterson (5). "B" Honor Roll—Phyllis Block (5), Jean - ' Casey, Becky; Daley, Nelson service, Centering' the table was a three tiered wedding cake featuring five heart shaped cakes at the bottom, decorated with white roses and encircled with white mums and ivy. Blue punch was served from a smaller .table covered with white satin and net. The brides table was covered with white sat From Fort Mrs. Voss went ate? 'Dayton out for;'the tea. where they visited in the Schnakenberg was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon registration table and Mrs.' .Martinsen, 1 former residents Thees Sehnakenberg served of the LuVerne community. J>the coffee. Diniiig room and Sandra Stripling of D«» : Moincc was a weekend guest in the home of her mother,, Mrs. Jesse Stripling and'.' brother, Mike. Sunday, gu«»tt in th* horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz were Mr. and . Mrs. Louie Warner of Fairmont, Minne- .J f/ indeayor has, m«re v tb;the >f civilization than printing., ' Bamboo Martha Bieistedti'Vera Voss Gladys Pergande/ ; SERVICES HELD J.V Funerai services for. Geo- sota, Ernest Behnkendorf of rge Schneider of Bancroft, Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs f former LuVerne resident, were held Fnday afternoon St. John's Lutheran Church Schneider, 61, Charles Brown of Sanborn EUinc Schn«k«nb«r9, stu in anH annninfori with white dent at Iowa State University ; in Burt. Mr. r^nSs and a Sand rf ™ Ames spent the weekend 'years of age, died of a heart candles and a garland ol ^ ^ F^^ ^ ^ ^^ y^nesdzy jnornmg Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg. «t his home. Attending tne Daryl Tr.ug«r, ton of Mr. services from LuVerne were and Mrs. Harold Trauger, stu- his brother Fred Schneider, dent at ISU in Ames spent -cousins, Mrs. Adolph Koest- the weekend in LuVerne er, 'Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mr. PETIT JURORS Among tlio Patit Juror3 drawn for Miu October term ol' court at llumboldt arc Mrs. liurri'll Smith (Klaine) ami Mrs. Leonard Wilson (Marge). Lucky Strikers W 19 19 L 9 9 9'/ii 18'/ a 9V 2 15 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 12 16 19 19 22 9 9 6 Mrt. Myron Isidore Sprong and Mrs. Livermore Bank Bode Co-op Livermore Co-op Dasen Oil Imperial Cafe Bode Locker M & M Feed Watkins Sawyer's Baker Truck Lines Livermore Ins. Livermore Lanes High Team 3 Games Livermore Bank . . . 2199 Dasen Oil ...... _____ 2030 Imperial Cafe .............. 1972 High Ind. 3 Games Jean Larsen ...... _____ 542 Doris Gregory _. ........ 486 Velma Fuhrman ........ 473 High Team Game Livermore Bank ...... . 772 Livermore Bank ..._._. 750 Dasen Oil ______ 707 High Ind. Gam* Jean Larsen ......... ........ 200 Velma Fuhrman . ________ 200 Jean Larsen . ....... __ 185 Puff Ball A 5Vz pound puff ball mushroom was found by Curtis Daggs near Eldioira •w •!•-"T •*• ^ " - * *•» '. .. •* *V *** t OO** » + V*ltt J^'A.XHWU W 4*»**IV John Olson attended the all monl h. Puff balls are edible day workshop for the wrjn ^ grow primari iy j n ^g Central Presbytcnal at tne fall ^ nis one wag {ouj . feet Presbyterian Church in Al- white mums. Those assisting at the reception were Mesdames Floyd Kreutner, Phyllis Singer, Waterloo, Linda Holmes, Ames, Teresa Barker, Misses Pain and Julie Singer, Rita Whelan, Christy Benz, Linda Cronin, Joan Donnally, Kol- Iccn King, Barb Becknvan. Mrs. Becky Halsrud, Iowa City and Mrs. Max King, Algona, had charge fo the gifts. The bride was graduated from United Community High School in 1964 and is a senior In English and Elementary Education at Mount Meroy College in Cedar Rapids. The bridegroom graduated from LuVerne High School in 1962, Fort Dodge Junior College in 1963 and from the University of Iowa College of Business Administration in 1066. He is now employed as supervisor at the Iowa Nation- ail Insurance Company in Cedar Rapids. They are now at home at 1043 Fifth Ave., S. E., Cedar Rapids, following a wedding trip to Chicago. For traveling the bride wore a skimmer sheath of Cotillian blue raw silk shantung with matching coat and accessories. MEMORIAL SOCIETY The 'Memorial Society met Thursday afternoon in the city hall wi|h Alice Hww, president, presiding at the business meeting. The meeting opened with the group singing "God Bless America". Nineteen members and two guests, Mrs. Evelyn Marty ana Mrs. Martha Bierstedt answering the roll call. A memorial service was held In memory of Mrs. Georgia Par with his parents. Th« last Bibl* Institute was held Sunday evening at the Zion Lutheran Church, ' with seventy persons in attendance. Guests were from' Livermore, West Bend, Algona and LuVerne. The Luth- ' eran Ladies Aid served coffee and cookies during the fellowship hour. ' Th» LuVern* marching band attended the Marching Band contest at Estherville Saturday afternoon. The band received a III rating. Mr. Rembold is band instructor at Lu-, Verne. Mrs, Myrtle Eggalston ef LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley spent Sunday in Ames with their grandson and son respectively, Chris Nygaard, who is a student at Iowa State University in Ames. A picnic lunch was enjoyed by Chris, his parents and grandmother. Also 'attending were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chain-! bers of Corwith. On the return trip home Mrs. Eggelston and Mr. and Mrs. Nygaard visited in Webster City with Mr. and Mrs. 1 Albert Ruppel. Mrs. Myrtle fggtl»t«n and her daughter, Mrs. Charles (Opal) Nygaard of Wesley spent Thursday visiting in the .home of Mrs. Delbert Long of Cylinder. Mr. and Mr». f Imcr KvMy were Sunday supper guests in the home of their nephew and Mrs. Albert Schneider, 'Mr. and Mrs, Gerhard Meyer and Walter Meyer. Mr. {Schneider, son of the GREEN CHOP?". BEDDING? SILAGE? STALK SHREDDING? WEED CONTROL? THIS ONE MACHINE DOES IT ALL! MULTI-CROP CHOPPER Chops and Loads or Chops and Shreds BRAQV Multi-Chop Chopptrs Will Po Mprt Monty Making Thing! for Y9Mr Farm Bu»int*s Than Any Qthf r Pitca of fqMipmtnt! RMgg«0, foolproof, § |oo0 invtitmi nt in profitable Sat thtm today ft: ton with Faye Ljcfeiy read- an<j family, Mr. and Mrs. ing two appropriate poemj. Ljwry Anderson of TUonlu. The club voted to give five MfVfrne, l»w« Creative Power There's a heap o' power in little things More than we realize, A baby's smile, a tiny shoe And a derelict turns to reach for the skies. \Ye cannot overestimate the effect of little things, such as a word of praise passed on to a neighbor, fellow worker, or yes, even to a stranger, A little mental prayer for a disconsolate 'one may send him on his way with a song in his heart, a spring in the step, A little thing like a word of commendation doesn't cost anythinc yet may make a success out of failure. •>••-*» God speaks to us through little things and He speaks through us to others in things we do to help and encourage them. He speaks to us often in the church service, and its fellowship enables us to receive and give the little things so often generate such powerful and good results. The Church is -first in pointing out for us those things that count. - THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED •¥ THESE PUBLIC SPIRITED LUVERNE MERCHANTS CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE LU VERNE BUILDING CO. LU VERNE CWNIC LUVERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP I SANFORP Plumbing & ffeitln* BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES | LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE I SECURITY STATE RANK j LU VERNE CO-OP, ELEVATOR PATTERSON ELECTRIC 4 TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT ! ZENTNER LIVESTOCK !

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