Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 13
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Livemore man i • . on 15-day leave during holidays A3C Wayne Erdman spent a :16rday leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Erdmann during the Christmas holidays. He flew home as far as Des Moines where his folks met him, He had been stationed at an air base in Amarillo, Texas but on his return went to Edwards Air Force Base in California. BOOT LEAVE Duane McKenna, who is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Station in Chicago where he is taking boot training is spending a 15-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKenna. Mr.. and Mr*. Henry Mackintosh and son Robert of Barrington, 111. came on Sunday and spent until Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Martha Hughes and his brother and family, the Hartley Mackintoshes. Enroute home they visited a cousin at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mr*. Louis Behounek spent the holiday weekend from Thursday until Monday in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulhenhake and family at Evansdale. Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Neal and son Craig of Colorado Springs, Colo, spent the Christmas holiday weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wells. They also visited relatives and friends at Bode, their former home, while here. Mrs. Nellie Wickey of Algona, sister of Mrs. Wells, also spent a few days in the Wells home during the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Falb came Christmas Day to spend until Thursday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Falb They had spent several days in the home of her folks at St Paul before coming to Liver more. They are now living at Albuquerque, New Mexico. Engaged Bode — Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rolland, Bode, announce plans for a June wedding of their dau ghter, Roselyn, and Dr. John El verum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mil ford Elverum, Faribault, Minn She is an alumnae of Luther Decorah, is teaching in Wauwa tosa, Wis. He attended St. Olaf college, Northfield, and gradual ed from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. He has been employed in Chicago but will enter the air force for duty at Anchorage, Alaska, in January. Tribune THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 Mr, and Mrs. Guy Ran«y and Floyd went to Cedar Rapids on Friday to spend Christmas with their 3 daughters, Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Max Grover and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers and family. TOP SIX BOWLING LEAGUE W L Pete's Garage 45 23 K. C. 45 23 Pioneer 35 Smith Lumber 33 Vote's Place .30 33 35 38 50 Livermore Lanes __ 18 High Team Series Smith Lumber 2635 Pioneer _. 2536 Mrs. Maude Wilson accompanied her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson of Hardy as far as Hampton to spend Christinas in the home of her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Wilson and family. A family Christmas dinner was held at the Harold Frederick home Christinas Day. Those present were Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riemers of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs, Jerry McCollough and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and John. Guests in the home of -Mrs. Marcia Berryhill Christmas Eve were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blair of Superior, Wis. and her house guests, Bill and Ellen Berryhill and two sons who are visiting here from Jeddha, Arabia. Christmas night visitors were her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garmon of Jackson, Minn and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garmon and Judy. Dinner guests on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Clare Berryhill and family of Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Judd Ber ryhill and Marvin of Gilmore City, the Tom Garmons and Bill Berryhills. Afternoon visi tors were Miss Esther Opheim of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Opheim of Northwood. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh and Mrs. Molly Groh attendee Church services at Renwick week ago Sunday morning and then were guests at the home of Mr. Groh's sister, Mrs. Lottie Erdmann in Renwick. Also present for the day were all of Mrs. Erdmann's sisters and brothers and sister-inrlaws and brother-in-laws, for the family Christmas gathering. There was have returned home after spending the past month in Las Vegas. They spent Christmas Day in the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Berte and family of Kanawha were also dinner guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler and three daughters of Klemme were dinner guests Christmas Day in the parental Bill Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Davis and Lisa of Aberdeen, So. Dak were unable to come because of weather conditions. Weekend guests in the Rich ard Ferstl home for the holidays were their two daughters, Mr and Mrs. Al Grandjenett anc daughter Diane of Manilla, and Mrs. Sylvia Kaminski and son David of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Ferstl and family of Wes ley were Christmas day visitors Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz spent Christmas day in the home of her sister, the Allan Darby's at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne lolmes and Randy and Mr. and Mi's. Kenneth Smith spent Christmas day in the home of Mrs. Holmes's sister, the Wilard Johnson's at Waukec 7 . Mrs. Martha Hughes spent Jhristmas day in the home of \er daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt at Algona. Mrs. Molly Foth had the fol- .owing members of her family lome for Christmas dinner on hristmas day: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul (Betty) and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Foth Pete's Garage 2305 High Team Game Smith Lumber — 908 Smith Lumber 894 p ioneer 875 High Individual Serie* Clarence Meyers 614 fack Ferguson 578 Virgil Smith 570 High Individual Game Jack Ferguson 222 Virgil Smith 220 Clarence Meyers 211 LuVerne soldier completes army course in south LuVerne — Pvt. George H. Schnetzer, 21, son of George F. Schnetzers, completed a 7-week signal parts specialist course at the army southeastern signal school, Fort Gordon, Ga., Dec. 22. He entered the Army in June of this year and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Scholarship George Hanselman has been awarded a Farmers National Farm Management scholarship of $250 at Ames. Hanselman, 20, son of the Earle A. Hansel- mans, RR2, LuVerne, is a junior in farm operation. George's campus address is 311 Ash Avenue. He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma Scholastic Honorary, serving as president during his sophomore year, Alpha Zeta Agricultural Honorary, Farm House Social Fraternity, Agri- ultural Council and Memorial Union Student Board. He has vorked as a table waiter the LuVerne man weds Ida Grove girl at Ft. Dodge LuVerne — Marriage vows were exchanged between Mrs Edna Voughton, Ida Grove, and Wm. Prior, LuVerne, Monday December 27. The ceremony took place at the Riverside Me thodist church, Fort Dodge With the Rev. Dick Watkins of ficiating. The John Skogmos were attendants. The Priors will live in Ida Grove. Honored HAS A STROKE Harold Hansen suffered a stroke at the home of his daughter, the Clarence Bathkes, Norfolk, Neb., December 24. His son, Harding Hansen, went for him Wednesday morning and he will live at the Good Samaritan home in Algona. two years. He is undecided bout his vocational plans fol- owing graduation. Christmas guests at Alvin Weber's were their sons, the Jerry Webers, Richfield, Minn., Charles Webers, Cedar Falls, and LeRoy Webers. The Charles Webers spent a week with his parents. The Carl Pergandes were Sunday guests of their son the Ernest Pergandes, Renwick. Other guests included the Herman Pergandes, Humboldt, Louis Pergandes, Stanhope, John Pergandes, and Eugene Caseys LuVerne. The Wm. Goetsches visitec her sister, Mrs. Phyllis Struth ers, Algona, Christmas 'eve. The Wm. Goetsches had their two daughters home Friday to Mrs. Lucinda Stone and Ron aid had Christmas dinner at El mer Ferden's, West Bend. Eldon Oberhelman had Sun day supper at his cousin, Rich ard Davis's, Fort Dodge. Joel and David Mueller, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Mueller, spent their Christmas vacation at their sister, Ruth, the Les Karjalas, Carlton, Minn. Guests at George Studer's Christmas were the Bob Niel- ens, Mrs. Doris Johns family, Yed Hinz, Jr., LuVerne, the )ean Bowmans, Algona, Jerry Millers, Sargeant, Minn., Dale ^aremars, Cedar Rapids, Don 'ooks, Indianola, and Mrs. Hel- Former Wesley druggist dies; 93 years old Wesley — Carol O. Roe, 93, retired postmaster and druggist at Garner, died recently at a Garner nursing home. He was a former Wesley druggist. His daughter Thelma Roe taught in high school here after the family moved to Gainer about 1917. He sold the drugstore and home to the Har ry Braleys. The store building and home are now owned by Martin Hamiltons. Mr. Roe is survived by hi widow, a daughter, a son, five grandchildren, two greatgrand children, two brothers and sister. birthday of Mrs. L. S. Koppen. Sister Giovanni, Milwaukee, Wis., and the Larry Cooks, Spencer, spent the Christmas weekend at the parental Vic Loebig's. The Kenneth Rasmus- sens, Forest City, joined them Christmas day as did the John Loebigs of Ankeny. The Elmer Daughans spent Dec. 27 and 28 in Sac City with their daughter, the Jim Walm- sleys. The Elmer Daughans were Christmas guests at Len Arndorfer's. Damon Clarence, born Dec. 24 in the Britt hospital to the Dale Dornbiers, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips. Sponsors were Mrs. Ed Dornbier and Gary Hejlik. Sunday guests of the Dornbiers wera the grandparents, the Clarence Dornbiers and August Studers, also the Ed Dornbiers and the Gary Hejliks, Duncan. n Studer, Corwith. Linda Wilhelm, daughter of ,he Milton Wilhelms, had her 14th birthday December 23, and quests included Connie Warm- jier, Theresa Peterson, Rae Jean Hewitt, Kathy Trauger and Jane Schnetzer. Christmas guests at Wayne Warmbier's were his mother and sisters, Mrs. Mary Warmbier, Algona, the Charles Scha fers, Algona, and Dale Goetsch es, Denison. The Al Hippens, Otho, had as Sunday guests Mrs. Mary Wil liams, the Dale Zentners, Wayne Warmbiers, Cecil Williams, Al gona. Mrs. Mary Williams stay ed for a week with her grand daughter, Mrs. Hippen. - -The Jerry-Stilles had Christ mas dinner at her sister, th Robert Hahns, Rowan. Saturday a gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker and family of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Foth and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Foth and family of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crahan (Mae) and family were unable to come due to sickness. The oldest daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Meighau and daughter Anita of Waukon were dinner guests the next day at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh had all the members of their family home for Christmas dinner on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. De Witt Killam and two boys of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jarvis and two children of Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mackintosh and daughter of Le Mars, Esther who attends Morningside cpllege at Sioux City and Miriam at home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hayek and two children of Marian spent Christmas with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Hauck and also visited her folks at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Herb McKenna and family of Edmond, Okla. spent Christmas in the parental Tom McKenna home. PRE- INVENTORY SALE LOTS OF BARGAINS AT MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store in Livermere" The Ralph Davidsons had as Christmas guests the Gordon Davidsons, Burt, Allen Thu» Graettinger, Marlyn Gregor sons, Rutland, Vernon David sons, Adel, Vernon Eggleston and Fred Kruses. The Chas. McClellans, Coun cil Bluffs, spent the weekend with her parents, the Carl Per- gandes. The Frank Gronbachs had Christmas dinner in the town hall. Guests included the W. H. Blairs, Superior, Wis., Mrs. Dale Brayton and family, Sheffield, the Bill Berryhills, Saudi Arabia, and Richard Gronbaohs. The Grover Arends, Williams, spent Thursday with their son, the Sherman Arends. The Olaf Klevelands, Goldfield, visited Tuesday with their daughter, the Richard Gron- bachs. Bill Bird, 19, enlisted in the navy and left Monday for Great Lakes, 111. Christmas guests at Fay Harmon's were the Ben Siepkers, Des Moines, Larry Harmon, Manhattan, Kans., Merril Heftis, Ottosen, Willis Harmon, Armstrong, Carman Voyd and Linda McVey, Humboldt. Children of the Edwin Marys got together for the first ime in 12 years Christmas Day. ["he two sons are the Eldon Wartys and Robert Martys, both of Oxford, Neb., the two daugh- ers, the Judean Wealthas, Randall, and Arnie Elberts, Harlan. The wives and families will stay for a few days. Christmas Eve guests at Henry Marty's were the Elmer Kub- ys and Dale, Ames, Keith Ku- Dlys, Berwyn and Diane Marty Oxford, Neb. Sunday, the Jon Putnams, Al- evening they visited Mr. Stille's " _ - __ , -m-mn »A wrkMrtM+ri ,»li^\ M rk»»rviifr Wri'llAO gona and Douglas Whites, Sioux City. Christmas day they also had Mrs. Goetsch's mother, Mrs. John Sykes, Livermore, and Arlie Goetsch. Sunday they visited his niece the Duane Rileys, Algona. Guests at Elden Guess's Christmas were their daughters, the Woody Lunds, Storm Lake, Sonja Guess, Fort Dodge, and the Elden Joneses, Farnamville. Guests Christmas Eve at Roy ruy's were their children, the Joe Guys, Jack Guys, LuVerne, jgoniard Collins, Humboldt, Louis Brams, Mrs. Margaret Anderson family, Mason City, Jim Guys, Sioux Falls, S. D., John ruy, LeMars, and Joe Crossleys, Hardy. Mrs. Lucinda Stone had as juests Thursday, the Warren Ferdens, Long View, Texas, Elmer Ferdens, West Bend and Ronald Stone, Atlantic, who was home for the holidays. The Rev. Muellers had their children home for Christmas their daughter, the Les Karja las, Carlton, Minn., and sons Teddy ,San Francisco, Calif. David, Ames, and Joel, attend ing Concprdia in St. Paul. Mrs Les Karjala played the violir parents, the Kermit Stilles, Thornton. The Albert Wilhelms had jant of their family home for Christmas. They included the KAREN MAY, former editor nd owner of the LuVerne Tr- june, was honored last Monday night at Humboldt and was given a pin, representative of the Vational CYO organization, for ler outstanding individual woril n the newspaper profession. Ka*en owned the LuVerne paper 'or several years before selling t to the Kossuth County Advance n 1962. She later was employed at the Advance for two years, handling LuVerne news and advertising before joining the Humboldt newspapers a year ago. She resigned her position there Dec. 31 and will devote full-time to her family, who live on a farm near Hardy. Sanford family holds reunion New Year's day LuVerne — The Sanford fam- ly had a New Year's dinner in ;he Town Hall Saturday. Attending were the Francis Sanfords, ?ort Dodge; Irvin McGowans, He was postmaster in Garner for 15 years before he retired in 1955. WILL BE MARRIED The Leo Goetzes announce the engagement and approach- ng marriage of their daughter atricia Louise to Jerome Joeph Judge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Judge, Boone. They vill be married Feb. 19 in St. oseph's Catholic church here. She is a 1959 graduate of Cor- ivith-Wesley high school and is mployed as manager of the louture Beauty Salon in Boone. le is a 1958 graduate of the Jnited Community high school, Boone, and is now farming near Boone. A. Hunters, Ralston, Neb., Michael McCormicks, Burming- lam, Mich., Kenneth Wilhelm, Whitman Air Force Base, Mo., Dennis Wilhelms, Belmond, the Lewellyn Hippens, Thor, Richard Larsons, Peter Johnsons, Sioux City, Roger Days, Humboldt, Keith Wilhelm and Lance, Sac City, the Burnis Wilhelms, Clarion, and Milton Wilhelms. Kiddies and Biddies card club met Tuesday with Mrs. Clif Richardson. Mrs. Gerald Ramus was high, Mrs. Les Calkins, low, Mrs. Jerry Stille, nine bids, and Mrs. Herman Hinz, travel. The next party will be at Mrs. Her man Schultz's, Jan. 11. The Keith Wilhelms, Sac City have a boy, Keven Lee, born Dec. 23. They have one othei boy, Lance, 6. Keith is the son of the Albert Wilhelms. Guests at Harold Nielsen's Sr. Christmas were the Fred Wills, Corwith, Mary Will, Man kato, Mick Will, Wartburg, Forest City, Fred Will's sister, Mrs Gertrude Wilkins, the Peter Ro- PRIZES AWARDED At the Vitzthum-Funnemark trucking service appreciation day Dec. 29 in the Legion hall prize winners were Bernard Kunkel, George Kunkel,, Dale Dornbier, Mrs. Lizzie Dornbier, Mrs. Geo Kunkel, Danny Youngwirth, and David Dornbier. Coffee and doughnuts were served. Mrs. Ruth Sparks and the Guy Dimonds, Britt, went to the Howard Sparks home in Burt Dec. 26 for a family gathering. The Howard Dawsons, Caspar, Wyo., sent a tape recording of their music selections. Mrs. Dawson is a daughter of the Guy Dimonds. The Larry Flahertys have a boy born Dec. 26 in the Britt hospital. He has a sister 18 months old, Michele Marie. Mrs. Flaherty is the former Linda Michaelson, Klemme. She and Michael Paul spent some time at the parental Ray Michaelson's at Klemme after being released from the hospital. Rose Ann Hildman left Thursday by plane from Mason City for Chicago where she is employed by T.W.A. She had spent several days at the par- DAY OF RECOLLECTION Knights of Columbus is sponsoring a day of recollection for men of this area at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona Jan. 9. The program will begin with a mass at 12:15 p.m. Father Cane, Britt, will be in charge. Uear Lake; Bobby Cuddles, Ellsworth; the Norman Larsons, Alman Hovicks, Billy Sanfords, Bill Chantlands, all Badger; Stan McGowans, Des Moines; James Traugers, Livermore; Milt Wilhelms and Wayne Sanfords, LuVerne. at the Christmas Eve and daylbinsons, Lavoy Dawsons, Cor- services at the Lutheran church. Elead Wagner, Algona, and Richard Wagner had Christmas dinner at his sister, the Charles Hinzes. Sunday guests of the Ray Guys were the Harold Anguses, Tony Angus, and the Ed Tobac- hos, all of Garden Grove. The Sherman Arends spent Christmas with.his parents, the Grover Arends, Williams. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 Livtrmore FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR with, Harald Nielsens, Jr., Dale Zentners, Dick Nielsens and Eli Eager. Dan Putistuck, son of the Joe Putzstucks, had surgery for appendicitis Tuesday at Mercy bospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer attended a coffee party, Wednesday afternoon, at Mrs. Lloyd Jensen's, Renwick. The Biesemey- ers formerly lived in Renwick. The Phillip Heftys, Hum boldt, spent Christmas Eve with her grandmother, Mrs. Lil lie Hesse. The Les Knopps, Morris, Minn., have a girl, 6 Ibs., 15 oz., named Cynthia Lou. Mrs. Knopp is the former Brenda Wood, granddaughter of Mrs Lena Hinz. Mrs. Lena Hinz, Herbert and Francis, spent Christmas at the daughter, the Bernard Millers Fort Podge. Friday guests of Mrs. Lena were her daughters, the Cleo Harters, and Bernard Mil lers, Fort Dodge. Vicki Gronbach entered th Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Monday for tests. She is the daughter of the Richard Gron baciis. The Durwood Burtises spent Tuesday to Friday at Augusta, Wis., visiting friends, Mrs. Albert Schneider visited her sister, the Elmer Richardsons, Slater, from Sunday to Wednesday. The Lester Smiths attended the funeral of her uncle, Conrad Nessin, in Mason City. The James Sloters, Forest City, and Michael Bakers, Mason City, visited Wednesday evening with the women's father, Bill Prior. Visiting Monday with her sis ter, the Richard Bristaus, were the George Harms, Redfield S.D. The Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake, have a girl. The paterna grandparents are the Lestei jniiths, LuVerne, and materna" ranclparents are the Earl Ihambers, Corwith. Christmas guests of the Richard Bristaus were the P. W. Vlarlows, Larry Holdings, Dennis Meisters, Burt, Wayne Ec- iels, Britt, Jim Browns, Fort Dodge and Larry Days, Cedar Rapids. Earl Johns returned from the .iUtheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Dec. 25. He will be at home 'or 4 weeks and will be unable ,o be back to work for 8 weeks. 'ANCAKE SUPPER Methodist men will serve a pancake supper in the church lining room Thursday, Jan. 20 jeginning at 5:30 p.m. The pub lie is invited. The Merle Giddings family Council Bluffs, spent severa days over the Christmas week end with his father Gordon Gid dings. The Robert Giddings fa mily, Chicago, spent the New Years weekend with his father School resumed in Corwith Wesley school and in Garrigan Monday, and in St. Joseph's pa rochial school Wednesday. Methodist Circles will mee January 19 at Halvor Flom's Richard Smith's and Al Wag ner's. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — Thanks to all my friends and relatives for gifts, cards, and visits during my stay at Lutheran hospital and a special thank you to Rev. Mueller for his visits and prayers. Durwood Burtis. Mrs. Ray Becker, and Mrs. Ben J. Studer accompanied Mrs. Theresa Berger, Algona, Leon Berger, Leon, and Mrs. Matt Erdman and their mother, Mrs. Cecelia Berger, Whittei- more, to Dedham Dec. 31 to funeral services for an aunt, Mrs. George Schultes, 79. She was a sister of Mrs. Cecelia Berger. The George and Herman Os- ;ercamps and the men's sisters, Mrs. Jack Heen, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Dean Hiscocks, Dex ter, Minn., and Mrs. Ron Neil, Marshalltown met Christmas night at their mother, Mrs. Greta Ostercamp's, Britt. The Lester Larsons spent Dec. 30 with his brothers and sister at Holmes. The Dale Adolf s, Everly spent Dec. 31 with his aunt and uncle, the Will Martineks. The Bill Koppens had as Christmas guests, her father, A J. Renger, and Mary Lee, Ban croft, and Eugene Flaig, Algo na. Monday evening they had as guests the L. S. Koppens Wesley, Roland Schmidts, Gai ner, and the Ervin Wiltgens, Al gona. The dinner was for the ental John Hildman's. . Mary Hildman, employed at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, also spent several days at home during the holidays. The Art Steinkes and Lana, Spencer, visited her uncle and aunt, the Will Martineks Dec. 28. The Clarence Aitchesons were Dec. 26 guests at Clifford Smith's, Mason City. Methodist women met Jan. 5 in the church with Mesdames Olive Erdman, Richard Smith, and Wm. Martinek. Opal Nygaard gave the lesson, and Dorothy Henderson led devotions. Marvel Nygaard and Gladys Dotmering had the recreation project. The Tom Beckers, Bernard Beckers, Albert Lea, Minn., and Mrs. Roger Doughan, Tommie and Susie, Clarion went to Mon- ttcello Dec. 27 where Sister M. Giuseppe, their daughter and sister, teaches first grade. She accompanied them to Mt. St. Francis, Dubuque, to visit another daughter and sister, Diane, who is a student there. Nadine Engen, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Johanna Nelson and the Glen Johnsons spent the Christmas weekend at Paul Engen's. Nadine returned Sunday to her studies at St. Luke's hospital where she is taking an x-ray technician course. The Rev. Harley Peters family, Traer, spent Dec. 27 with is mother, Mrs. Mary Peters. Paints © Appliances Housewares f) Gifts 0 L. P. Gas * Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne Phone TU 2-3251 Ritchie Hog Haterers Pride-of-Farm Waterers Ever Pure Clorinator watar conditioners Plumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD FOR SALE — Roasting Hens. Phone 882-3491, LuVerne, la. COMPLETE PRINTING SiRVICE AT THE APVANCE LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to §:QO Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304

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