Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1966 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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livcrmore youth chosen as top army recruit Llvormore — De Verne Dirk Holmes S. A. 119803, son of Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes, was picked as the outstanding recruit of his company based on his achievement and outlook that he had for the service by his commanding officer and also selected as yeoman of his company, while in basic training in San Diego. He is now stationed at the Navy base in Long Beach, Calif, after spending a 10-day leave with his parents over the holidays, traveling by train. He is the 1st Navy draf tee from Humboldt county to enter the Navy since the Kore an war. KATE HAMMOND DIES Friends have received word of the death of Mrs. Kate Ham mond, 85, at Inglewood, Call! Dec. 14. Burial was at Hayward Calif. Dec. 17. Mrs. Hammond who was a long time 7th and 8th grade teacher in the Livermore school, had suffered a stroke shortly before Thanksgiving. Since the death of her sister, Alice McCarthy about two years ago Mrs. Hammond had made her home with her only son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hammond at Inglewood. Mrs. Hammond and her sister lived in the house now occuplied by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue. FOR RENT -r 8 room modern house, 4%' miles South, Irving- ion, blacktop road, 6% miles ''forth, Livefmore, two school buses, call Uveffhofe 379-1062. 4* Lu Verne Fern Btgings *»«»«•«»»»»»»»»«»«•»»»»« Tribune THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—S SWORN IN Members of the town council and mayor George B. Donalds were sworn in Monday forenoon by the town clerk, Florence Alt man. Councilmen are Clarence Carlson, ( Virgil Smith, Harold Dolder, 'Dr. T. D. Rossing and Keith Logue. Also sworn in was Mrs. Fred Hintz as treasurer. The two 3-year old twin granddaughters of Mr. and Mrs Don Clark, Shannon and Stephanie Rash of Maryville, Mo are visiting in the Clark home since they came with their par ents to spend Christmas in tho Clark home. Mrs. Wm. Erpelding enter tainecl the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday after noon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Julius Becker won high, Mrs. Harold Roethler, travel and The Eldtn Guesses spent « week visiting friends in Bartles Ville, Okla. Carol Helie, daughter of the Arnold Heises, Corwith, will be married to Don Meyer, son ol the Harold Meyers, Saturday January 22 at 2 in the St John's Lutheran church, Cor with. They will live in Minne apolis. Henry Pergande returned Tuesday from three weeks in Florida and Texas. He visited his sons, Robert, in Key West and Wayne, Houston. The Elder* Guesses, For Dodge, visited Sunday witl their new great granddaughter Brenda Lou. She is the daugh ter of the Robert Joneses, Rock New Year's visitors at Ralph Stoll's was their son, the Denni Stolls, Darrin and Darrel, Gold- ield. Mrs. Lee Wittmeier had Canasta Club Wednesday in her lome. Guests were Mrs. Chas. Hinz and Mrs. Jim Hefty. Mrs. ~!has. Hinz received high and Mrs. Albert Schneider, low. -Mrs. Chas. Hinz and Lester visited Sunday with her sister, the Fred Lenzes, Blue Earth. They also visited a niece, the Virgil Jacobsons, Geukun, Minn. The Wm. Goetsches helped their daughter, the Jon Put- nams, Algona, move to their new home on South Moore St., Sunday. They were all guests Sunday evening of the Carl Goetsches. The Faye Harmons visited Sunday with Albert Nielsen, pa tient at the Britt hospital. The Ernest Meyers, Whittemore, visited Sunday with the Herman Hinzes and other relatives. The Vernon Egglestons spent the Christmas week at theii daughter, the Jack Ginsens, Ri chardson, Texas. Two othei LuVerne boys win, 71-47; girls lose LuVerne—The LuVerne high school boys won their second straight game since the holidays as they dumped Kanawha here Friday night, 71-47. The girls bowed in the opener, 68-54. LuVerne jumped off to an early lead and was in front all the way in the hoy's contest The Lions were in front 15-6 at the quarter and 24-17 at the half. By the three-quarters mark, they had a 49-34 bulge. Doug Nelson and Butch Heft paced the scoring with 17 and 16 points respectively. IN THE GIRLS contest, Lu Verne had the game tied at th< half 19-19 after leading most o the first half. The Lionette were ahead 10-7 after one peri od. Jane Hanselman led the Lu Verne scorers with 29 while Lo is Stuflick paced Kanawha with 40 points. Mrs. Allan Foth low. Mrs. Norman Scott was a guest. Mrs. Lela Heiter returned home Sunday evening after spending the holidays in the home of her son and family, the Donald Heiters, at Spencer. Her grandson, Donald Heiter Jr. who is stationed at the air force base in Sioux City, and lady friend brought her home. Mrs. Richard Ferstl spent from Sunday to Friday visiting her daughter and grandson in Omaha. Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann left by train from Fort Dodge Wednesday evening for Silver Springs, Md. where she will visit in the home of her daughter, Veda, Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker for several weeks. Mayor and Mrs. George B. Donalds returned home on Friday after flying out to San Bernadino, Calif, where they spent a week during the holidays in the home of their son and family. Enroute to California they visited in the Bob Devine home in Omaha. The United Presbyterian Women met at the farm home of Mrs. Lawrence Frederick with 14 members present. The hostess gave the devotions and the lesson was given by Mrs. Myron Dudley. Letters were read from three former student ministers who had been here thru the summer months and who now have their own parishes An outline of the year's calendar was given by Mrs. Guy Raney. Lunch was served by Mrs. Frederick. Mrs. Virgil Smith was hostess to the 500 card club at her home Wednesday afternoon. At cards Mrs. Molly Foth won high, Mrs. Genevieve Weydert low and Mrs. Louise Gronbach travel. Lunch was served after cards. Members of the Twentieth Century club met at Delight's Tea Room in Humboldt Tuesday afternoon for their January meeting. The president, Mrs. John Olson, presided at the bu siness meeting and Mrs. Jessamine Miller gave the devotions and lesson. The lesson was on the topic "What is America Doing to Stimulate the Fine Arts?" A dessert luncheon was served after the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson and Mrs. Ted Jennings of Mil ler, So. Dakota visited a few days in the Kenneth Howard home last week. Mrs. Ross Clark was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Ft Dodge Wednesday afternoon suffering with bronchial pueu monia. daughters, the Marlyn Gregar sons, Rutland, and Allen Thus Graettinger, also spent th week there. Vicki Gronbach, daughter o the Richard Gronbachs, had surgery for appendicitis Thursday morning. She is reported in ijood condition at-the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. FAREWELL PARTY A farewell party was held STRIKES 'H SPARES Sunday in the elevator basement for the Victor Faulsticks. Attending were the Eugene Ca- seys, Albert Schipulls, Bob Hardcopfs, Mrs. Rosie Hardcopf, the Gail Wolfs, Harold Ristaus, Melvin Martys, Bob Barbers, Harvey Wills, and Francis Shoreys. At 500 Mrs. Gail Wolf and Vic Faulstick won high, Mrs. Harvey Will and Melvin Marty, low, and Mrs. Melvin Marty, chair. A gift of money was presented to the Faulsticks, who will be moving Saturday to Algona. Mrs. Wm. Goetsch attended a district committee on camping at the District Parsonage in Ft Dodge Saturday. She was elect ed secretary of the, committee. Sunday guests of Mrs. Lillie Hesse were Norman Hesse, Jr., ]edar Falls, the Phillip Heftys, BOWLING TOURNAMENTS Men's Teams Sanfords 2823 LuVerne Bldg. 2786 LuVerne Ins. ._ 2674 LuVerne Co-op. 2669 Blake's 2622 Bamboo Lounge 2587 Livermore Co-op. 2575 Corner Store 2554 Zentner's 2551 Standard Oil 2536 Women's Teams Beautv Shop 2590 K & H Oil 2509 Bamboo Lounge 248C Pattersons 2459 Traugers 2453 Village Pump 2415 Les's Barber Shop 2377 Pioneer Cheese 2354 Women's Doubles Darlene Curry and Kathryn Casey 1096 Janice Ruger and Marie Jackson 1075 Norma Watts and Doris Gregory 1046 Helen Nielson and Vera Will 1023 Singles Janice Ruger 582 Vera Will 571 Kathryn Casey 569 Marlys Stille 564 AH Events Kathryn Casey 1437 Doris Gregory 1384 Darlene Curry 1381 Marlys Stille 1365 Engaged LuVerne — The Francis L. Sharmins, Fort Madison, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, LuVerne, to Dennis Holmes, also of Lu Verne. A summer wedding is planned. Both are teachers at the LuVerne high school. She teaches instrumental music and ic teaches social studies. CHURCH CIRCLES MEET W.S.C.S. Circles met January t>. Circle I met at Mrs. Minnie flenderson's. Mrs. Alma Madden lad devotions and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, the lesson. There were 14 present. Mrs. Faye Lichty is president. Circle II met at Mrs. Clara McClellan's. Mrs. Alvin Weber had devotions and lesson. There were 9 present. Mrs. Clif Bjustrom is president. Circle III met at Mrs. Ralph Stoll's. Mrs. Byran Stewart had the devotions and Myrtle Jordon the lesson. There were 11 present. Mrs. Ray Legler is president. ATTEND FUNERAL The funeral of Conrad Nis- LuVerne couple in flood area in California • LuVerne — The Paul Maases had their California vacation cut short because of the floods. They visited their granddaughter, the R. W. Merrs in Rialto. From there they went to their daughter, Mrs. Delores Holdridge's, in Lyttle Creek where the floods did great damage. Mrs. Holdridge's house was just above the flooded area but 45 homes below hers were ruined. A helicopter flew in food three times a day for the 400 stranded people. The Maases were evacuated and as ,the bridges were washed oul they left over a mountain pass. Mrs. Maas said that this was one vacation she would never forget! to Saudi Arabia LuVerne — The Bill Berry hills left from Fort Dodge Saturday after a two weeks vacation with her parents, the Frank Gronbachs. They left for their home in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Evening Star met with Mrs Gerald Ramus Thursday. Devo tions were by Mrs. Rolland Wai line. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Allyn Brink's. Mrs. Ger aid Ramus is chairman. The Lutheran Aid met Thurs day afternoon with 13 mem bers and one guest, Mrs. John Bierstedt. Mrs. R. T. Mueller was the hostess. Aleda Hanselman is president. QUARTtRLY FINANCIAL StATIMINT AND SUMMARY Of PROCItOINGt School District LuVerne Community township LuVerne County ^oSsuth-Humboldt I do hereby certify that this report Is a true and correct statement of tho proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for tho quarter ending December 31, 1965. Rose p atterson Secretory. FINANCIAL STATIMCNT SchaolhoMM F»md Balance from Previous Quarter 3,3 / 3 .o^ Total Receipts for Quarter - 6,753.01 Total to Account for Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter Balance at End of Quarter 12,328.63 11,438.75 ' 889.88 General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter __: .16,157.85 Total Receipts for Quarter 68,173.60 Total to Account for 84,331.45 Ixpenditurei „_, „„ Quarter - 35,253.82 Regular Salaries Paid for „ (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued — amount -1 ',5 Total Expenditures Balance at End of Quarter .. Council Minutes Humboldt, and Manchester. Mrs. Audrey sen, 74, of Mason City was held January 3 in Mason, City. He had a meat market in LuVerne may years ago. Attending were the Harold Nielsens Sr., Lu Verne, Fred Wills and La Vay Dawsons, Corwith. Jennifer Stripling, daughter of the Clem Striplings was taken Thursday to Iowa City. She was enrolled in the hospital school and will be there for three weeks. Mrs. Jessie Stripling had a New Year's Eve card -party. Guests included Mrs. Bess Connelly, Bancroft, Mrs. Herman Hinz, Mrs. Albert Schneider and Mrs. Fay Harmon. Mrs. Fay Harmon and Larry attended the Christmas Eve program at the Lutheran church in West Bend. Mrs. Harmon's grandchildren, children of the Merrill Hefti's, Ottosen, were in the program. Ater the program guests in the Merril Hefti home were Gordon Harmon, Lowel Harmon, Webster City and Lin da McVey, Humboldt. The Ralph Davidsons spen New Year's at Walt Atdig's Renwick. Other guests included the Fred Kruses and Don. Kru ses. Kathy Riek, Baumgartnvr and girls moved Saturday to the house recently vacated by the Dennis Armstrongs. The Armstrongs have left for Florida where he will be stationed. The Gary Wittmeiers, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with his parents, the Lee Wittmeiers. The Elmer Emerys, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests of the Harold Ristaus. They also visited Mrs. Emery's sister, the Carl Swansons. Librarian Mrs. Chas. Him reports 3,318 books were checked out from the library between January 1, 1965 to December 31. Bob Norcross, son of the Joe Norcrosses, went Wednesday to Iowa City for a check-up. He was reported in good condition nd will not go back for three Phone TU 2-3251 if Ritchie Hog Haterers ir Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD PlHHbinc t Healing WAYNE SANFORD nonths. The Earl Hanselmans left hursday for California. They ill stay with the Jon Nelsons nd also visit Mr. Hanselman's liece in Hacienda Heights. They will return Monday. The E.U.B.-W.S.W.S. met Thursday in the church. There vere 14 present. Mrs. Lawrence Marty was hostess and Mrs. Edvin Hefti gave the lesson. Mrs. Albert Hefty is president. Mrs. Edith Prior, visiting her son, Bill Prior, left Wednesday to make her home in Sheffield, 111. Mrs. Eli Bager had her 500 card club Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Hinz and Mrs. Amelia Hanselman were guests. Mrs. Ernest Meyer received high, Mrs. Chas. Hinz, low. The Auxiliary met in the Town Hall Monday evening. Mrs. Carroll Gillespie, Renwick, was hostess, and Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mrs. Ralph Davidson served. There were 11 present including Mrs. Aaron Steussy, Algona. Christmas guests of Mrs. Clara McClellan were the Glen Me Clellans, Ray Dennings, Dale Campbells, Des Moines, the Jim Millers, Fort Dodge, and Don McClellan. Callers were ,thc Leonard Wilsons, Livermore, Elden Martys, Oxford, Neb., Harold Meyers, and Jim Newton, Ottosen. Mrs. Delmar Rieken and children, Wichita, Kans., spent Christmas with her parents, the Howard Cronks. GARD OF THANKS — I wish t J thank all my frie'hds arid re aiives for the cards and gift sent to me while I was in the hospital and on my return COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS TOWN OF LUVERNE LuVerne, Iowa Jan. 3. 1966 Council met in regular session lOyor Mallory presiding. with Lawson, Strand, Councilmen present: ielsen and Zentner. Councilmen absent: Gronbach. The Coucilmen present, Mayor, and Tre- surer were given the oath of office. Minutes of the last meeting were read nd approved. The following claims were allowed: Aelvin Kubly -- -- $ 43.75 C. L. McVay & Son 62.50 GENERAL Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What GENERAL FUND American Book Co. $ Advance Publishing co. Algona Plbg. & Htg. 'iiVerne"'¥ldg. Co."l--IIIIII--- 3K09 Roy B. Anderson 46,799.67 37,531.73 Balance from Previous Quarter Total Receipts for Quarter Total to Account for Balance at End of Quarter Sptciil Courses Fund .14 1.15 1.29 1.29 Person. Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Payment on principal Interest on bonds __ LIST OF WARRANTS (except salaries) SCHOOLHOUSE FUND For What Total Schoolhouse Exp. Amount 10,000.00 1,438.75 11,438.75 FUND .uVerne Livewires 4.91 p.S. 189.91 Holland Walline 299.67 Delain Blumer 301.79 Harold Trauger 110.13 a. Emo. Sec. Comm. 177.26 .P.R.S. ' 171.15 nt. Rev. Ser. 135.90 6.00 6.00 6.00 acic GUY"~...~.---~.~.~-~—- 6.00 imerald Strand 6.00 Florence Nielsen Richard Gronbach 3ale Zentner U. of Iowa 7.50 Arnold Motor Supply , Co. loard Journ. Augsburg Publishing American School Boi Anderson Motor Co. Bruce Publishing Co. Walter Bierstedt Lewis V. Block Bock Bros. Welding Supply _. Benefic Press Carroll Garage Corwith Implement Co. Crouse Cartage Co. .. Galen Cronk Croft Educational Service Can-Pro Corp. James Mallory 11.00 Nielsen's DX 21.02 ! Corner Store . Carroll Garage 65.40 I Cook's Welders Advance Pub. Co. 10.50 Decker Bros. Kossuth Co. Recorder 9.50 . S. Denison Co. Supply N.W. Bell Telephone 15.63 Gibbs Equipment Co. 5.70 Lowell's Station 4.09 LuVerne Ins. Agency 68.58 Kossuth Co. Officers Assn. 10.00 Bertie Romus report for 5.00 1965 was The treasurer's accepted. The Mayor appointed tho following Commissioners: Parks and Playground, Gronbach and Zentner; Water, Lawson, Strand and Nielsen; Weed Commissioner, Zentner; Mayor Pro Tern, Gronbach; Streets, Alleys and Crossings, Strand, Gronbach and Nielsen; Health Officer, Dr. Brainerd. R. C. Walline salary was set at $375.00 per month. Detain Blumer salary was set ati $350.00 per " month.'. Treasurer Verlaine Johnson salary set at $125.00 per year. The clerk, Harold Trauger, salary was set at $150.00 per month. home. Dan Putzstuck. 33w4 SINGER in beautiful console i cabinet, like new. With forward and reverse stitching, zigzag sewing, buttonhole making, monogramming and fancy stitch designs with attachments, fully guaranteed. Eight payments of $4.89 or will discount for cash. May be seen in your area. Write Credit Manager, Belle Plaine, Minnesota, Route 1, Box 92. 4-6-8"' Paints • Appliances Housewares • Gifts e) L. P. Gas * Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne WATCH FOR OUR MID WINTER SALE STARTING NEXT WEEK LAWSON HARDWARE LuVerne NOTICE We will be closed Saturday Afternoons A motion was made equest the county to and put carried to an ombur ashing signal or some form of dead nd device of the McClellan corner in ie northwest edge of town. A resolution was made to establish civil defense agency joining Hum- x>ldt county's agency. A resolution was made to join the lossuth Co. Officers Assn. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk cceipts for December, 1965: leneral $ 31.66 treet .- 83.30 Utilities 65.21 'ublic Safety 6.04 .anitation 3.8 viun. Ent. 16.43 Recreation ' 20.22 *oad Use Tax . 205.96 Totol $432.69 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa January 13, 1966. )over Publications conomics Press • due. Audio-Visual :duc. Music Bureau due. Progress Service inney Co. Ginn & Co. General Scientific Equip. Co. _ Solden Press lawkeye Truck Equip. Hammond t, Stephens Houghton-Mifflin Co. Holt, Rinehart & Winston D. C. Heath & Co. Hauff Sporting Goods -logon's Sporting Goods Hedrick Bros. Iowa Employment Sec. Comm. la, Piibjic. Employees. Retirement , '-Iowa Public Service International Business Mach. . Ideal Chemical Co. Ind. Arts & Voc. Educ. Iowa State University ISEA Library Service •_ la. State Agency for Surplus Pcop. Iowa Testing Programs Jenn Publications Kautzky Sporting Goads Kossuth Motor Co. The Keating Co. J. S. Latta & Son Lu Verne Building Co. Lu Verne Clinic Amount 5.21 48.86 15.00 125.00 2.39 59.44 4.50 78.98 4.10 13.00 11.70 33.36 22.62 308.35 34.54 3.94 15.75 18.36 4.90 50.16 365.17 10.25 41.09 6.25 12.50 56.31 81.95 28.60 69.00 21.4 46.3 16.90 2.28 1.53 46.95 104.85 10.5E 19.8 198.9! 2.7' 943.1 '888.3 521.7 91.4 82.45 4.00 4.75 205.91 36.85 39.22 . 25.25 101.71 6.12 6.10 132.92 25.19 57.00 Wd-Bell Music Co. V\ & M Sales Co. The Miller Co. u Verne Insurance Agency — 1,082.02 atta's Business Systems _ 109.45 awson Hardware 78.69 yons Band Inst. Co. 33.21 . C. McClurg Co. 113.18 i ; _i n _n k i. ._:- /~— AlHT /\orshall & Swift ---------McCormick-Mathers --------Chas. E. Merrill Books -----Metropolitan Supply ------Midwest Visual Education --Mining & Mfg. ------- Mishek's. A. J. Nystrom 8. Co. ------Narcotics Education, Inc. --- >)ews Map of the Week ---Nations Schools Northwestern Bell Tel. Co. 61.07 7.88 38.25 25.95 1.59 251 .74 12]00 5.15 94.07 40.45 19.75 4.00 54.42 xlielsen's DX Service 1,119.53 •Jat'l. Council Teachers of English Office Outfitters, Inc. 3 atterson Electric Service Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. Pratt Paper Co. 'atterson Trucking header's Digest Kenneth J. Roethler Royal Typewriter Co. Bert Ramus, Postmaster Sanford Plbg. & Htg. Silver Burdett Co. Scott, Foresman & Co. L. B. Shelton, Exp. Saiter's Davis Paint Scholastic Magazines Shawnee Press -Sieg Fort Dodge Co. Simplicity Patterns Sioux City Music Supply State Historical Society — Catherine Schade _ Sunray DX Oil Co. School Library Journal Sentral Community School Dist. Town of LuVerne Tom's Radio & Television Texas Refinery Corp. Time-Life Globe Upper DOS Moinos Pub. Co. _. Un|ted School Equip. University of Illinois Welch Scientific Co. Emma Wise, Exp. F. W. Woolworth Co. World Book Encyclopedia Iowa State Industries 4.79 7.52 41.70 21.25 129.03 138.00 2.V9 72.07 360.00 10.00 133.69 , 4.30 ' 153.02 52.43 15.60 61.25 17.30 9.20 6.00 7.45 3.00 3.15 695.02 5.00 4.54 28.88 8.95 31.99 20.63 17.50 2.66 10.80 608.22 1.40 12.04 76.90 133.35 Total 11,545.85 Salaries for Quarter 35,253.82 . Total Expenditures for Quarter 46,799.67 I, Rose Patterson, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1, 2, 3 & 4 is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending September 30, 1965. Rose Patterson Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of January A. D., 1966. V. D. Johnson Notary. Published in the Algona Kossuth. County Advance, Algona, Iowa, January 13, 1964 LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Pays Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all clay Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 JF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 BEGINNING Saturday, Jan. IS Until Spring Work LuVerne Co-op. Elevator EMM OM*S, Manager ELECTRICITY IS ONE THING YOU BUY THAT KEEPS GETTING CHEAPER! The average price you pay per kilowatthour of electricity is about 15 per cent lower than it was ten years ago. This lower price is the result of several rate reductions, increased use of electricity by our customers and our ability to make electricity for less. New equipment, technical advances and power pooling are among efficiencies be* ing effected by IPS to make your electric service a continuing family bargain. Your electric bill may be getting higher, but if if is, it's because you'rg using more electricity for better, more convenient living. * A measurement of electricity. One KWH is the use of 1,000 watts for one hour. Iowa Public Service \T* Company

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