Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 12
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Married in Colorado Livermore — Mary Joan Springer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Springer, Broomfield, Colo.,'was married to Thomas Michael Colwell, son of Mrs. Eugene Colwell, January 1 at four o'clock. Rev. William Cooper officiated in the double ring ceremony in the Broomfield Methodist church at Broomfield, Colo. The bride was attended by her sister, Jane Springer, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were sisters of the bride, Mrs. Lee Donaldson and Mrs. Allen Mack, both of Arvada, Colo. Best man was Allen Mack, of Arvada, Colo., and groomsmen were William Cramsey, Denver, Colo., and James Burton, Broomfield, Colo. Candlelighters were Tim Colwell, brother of the groom, and Jay Springer, Broom field, brother of the bride. Earl Patton, Denver, Colo., was soloist and Dorothy Ransom was the organist. A reception was held following the ceremony in the home of the bride's parents in Broomfield. Aunts of the bride presided at the bridal table. The bride will live in Boulder, Colo., where she is employed at tkt Tribune THURSDAY, JAN, 27, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-5 Livermore folks fly to Florida; win free trips Livermore — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson and Vern Fiderlick joined other passengers at Des Moines Monday, Jan. 17 to fly to Tampa, Fla. The plane was chartered by Consumers Cooperative Association, to fly representatives of the Midwestern farmer cooperatives to visit the phosphate processing plant that CCA has put up near Lakeland in central Florida, east of Tampa. It also makes phosphoric acid, diammonium phosphate, and triple superphosphate fertilizers. Local associations earned expense free trips by meeting program prerequisites and achieving goals in movement of their product. Each manager and di- Scotch doubles at LuVerne is held Jan. 16 LuVerne — The Scotch Doubles were held on the LuVerne lanes Jan. 16. Winners were 1. Geflrge Scihnetzeir, She|ri Lenning, Humboldt, 575; 2. Elmer Schnetzer, Mrs. Gail Wolf, 574; 3. Everett Schipull, Mrs. Harding Hansen, 568; 4. Jerry Schnetzer, Mrs. Gordon Gregory, 552; 5. Bill Hippen, Mrs. Jim Stahl, 533; 6. Art Leek, Mrs. Ben Hef ti, 531. The next Scotch Doubles will be February 6. CLUB HAS ELECTION Fellowship Club met at the Lutheran church Sunday. Officers were installed: pres., Owen Curry; vice, Harold Nielsen, Jr. sec., Mrs. John Pergande; treas. Mrs. Ohas. Hanselman. After the business meeting, the evening was spent playing 500 Winners were Harold Ristau high; Harold Nielsen, second; Eldon Oberhelman, low; Mrs. John Pergande, high; Mrs. Chas. Hanselman, second; Mrs. Herman Hinz, second; Mrs. Harold Nielsen, low. Lunch was served by Mrs. Jessie Stripling and the John Schnakenbergs. 7 get "A" average in LuVerne high school The funeral lor Clarence lanchard will be Tuesday at _oon Rapids. He was the hus- jand of the late Melitta Wagner, sister of Mrs. Chas. Hinz and Richard Wagner. the county welfare office. He re- rec t or was given the opportuni- turned to duty at San Diego, Calif, aboard the U. S. S. Coontz. TEACHES DANCING S'Mrs.-Jon (Lelia) Colemarv Algona, who also had a studio in Algona, teaches dancing in Livermore every Thursday afternoon in the Lions club room located on the Virgil Smith property. Mrs. Everett Anderson is her 1 accompanist and she teaches ballet, tap, modern jazz, hulu aild other dances. At the present time there are about 30 pupils in her classes here. SEE DANCE PUPILS Progressive Club met with ty to take his wife with him for $148.00. Eleven flights were chartered by the CCA from various points . totaling more than 1,800 people, 1,000 men and 800 women, making the trips. The groups arrived in the late afternoon and were housed in two sea-side motels and the next morning were taken by bus to the plant and the Cypress Gardens. The next day was also spent in sight seeing in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area and they returned home the next day. Mrs. Jerry Wolf January 17. Mrs. R. D. Brainerd had the program with Mrs. Lelia Coleman, a dancing instructor from Boone and Algona. Mrs. Coleman brought students from Algona and Livermore who demonstrated toe and ballet dancing. The club's next meeting will be Feb. 21 at Earle Hanselman's. It will be a pot luck dinner with husbands as guests. FAREWELL GIFT Good Will club met Thursday afternoon -at Mrs. Harry- Naffzi ger's with 12 members present Urs. Bill Erpelding, a formei member, was presented a going away gift. The new programs or the year were handed out The February meeting will b at Delight Dinette's, Humboldt 'or a luncheon. The Equality Club met at the] home of Mayme and Margaret | HONOR MRS. WILSON Devine for their January meet-) The Women's Society of ing.-Roll call was a recipe exchange and the lesson was given by Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus, followed by a social hour. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm have taken their trailer and gone to Phoenix, Ariz, to spend a few weeks. ,;. DOMINO LEAGUE f. '-'v • w L A'merican Legion — 54 26 K.O. Hardware 53 27 Sawyer's - 50 30 Dick's & 45 35 Andersen Motors ___ 42 38 Town Tavern 39 41 Livermore Oil Co. __ 38 42 Livermore St. Bank _ 32 48 Mike's Service Gar. -31 49 Schmidt's 16 64 High Individual Series Al Sinclair 588 Myron May 559 Ivan Frederiksen 524 High Individual Game Al Sinclair 225 Myron May 215 Maurice McGee 202 High Team Series Sawyer's 1 2464 Andersen Motors 2443 K.O. Hardware 2281 High Team Game Andersen Motors 878 Sawyer's 855 Sawyer's 816 TOP SIX BOWLING W Pete's Garage 50 the Livermore Methodist church is holding an Open House at the church on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 30 from 2 to 4 p.m. in honor of the 95th birthday of Mrs. Maude Wilson. All friends and relatives are invited. Mrs. Wilson had been a member of the Methodist church for 75 years, is a charter member of the Order of Easter Star, Past Matrons and Equality Club. Mrs. Wilson lives alone and does her own housework and shopping. PLAN LUNCHEON Several members of the Past Matron's club met in the Chap ter room Tuesday afternoon to discuss plans for the luncheon which they will serve for the School of Instruction on Feb. 24. New officers were elected and lunch was served. Those elected were president Mrs. Carl Baessler, vice, Mrs. John Olson and sec.-treas,, Mrs. Marlia King. HOME FROM VIET NAM Ted Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frances Collins has re- ,urned home from serving in the armed forces in Viet Nam and has completed his term in the service. ELAINE SCHNAKENBERG Homemaker The LuVerne Community School's 1966 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Elaine Schnakenbsrg. She scor ed highest in a written knowledge and attitude examination taken by senior girls Dec. 7, and is now eligible for and national scholarship awards. Elaine has already ear- led a special award pin from lie program's sponsor, General Mills. She is the daughter of VTr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg. Elaine was the 1965 LuVerne Jand Queen candidate for the Algona Band Festival. She has received a National Merit Scho- arship Letter Commendation and an "Admission with Recognition and Award" at Iowa State University which includes an award of $100.00. Her senior year curriculum includes: Engish, Home Economics, physics, trigonometry, bopkkeeping and government. Elaine is active in speech, band, mixed chorus, cheerleading at school, while she is an active member in Walther League at Zion Lutheran church in Lu Verne where she is Christian Growth Chairman. Next year Elaine will attend Iowa State University at Ames where she is enrolled in the College of Home Economics. LuVerne — Seven students were ranked on the first semester honor roll with straight "A" averages, it was announced this week by the LuVerne Community high school. Nineteen more rated "B" averages or above. Those honored are as follows: "A" HONOR ROLL Seniors — Jane Hanselman, Dawin Lindebak and Elaine Schnakenberg. Juniors — Rita Patterson, Daryl Trauger and Paul Trauger. Freshman — Connie Hefty. "B" HONOR ROLL Seniors — Tom Erpelding, Norma Heinen, Virginia Mey- STRIKES 'N SPARES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Hioh Team Series Prior Skelly 2792 High Team Game Prior Skelly 973 High Individual Series H. Hefty 551 High Individual Game R. Stoll - 204 ronnie state ers > Oonme Shaw and Earl Will. Kathy TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Traugers 56V 2 19 Pattei-sons 49% 26V2 Beauty Shop 42 34 K & H Oil 39 37 Les's Barber Shop 38V 2 37V 2 Village Pump 35 l / 2 40V 2 Pioneer Cheese 28 48 61 NOTICf OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that o special election will be held In the Town of Lu Verne, Iowa on the 1st day of March 966 for the purpose of submitting to he legal and qualified electors of said own to be voted upon by them, the question of whether the following public measure shall ba adopted: "Shall the following nonexclusive franchise Ordinance No. 65, passed by the Town Council of LuVerne, Iowa on the 20th day of January 1966, be adopted?" AN ORDINANCE GRANTING UNTO NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO., AN IOWA CORPORATION WITH lj| PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS AT PERRY IOWA, MTS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS THE FRANCHISE AND RIGH T FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY-FIVE YEAR (25) YEARS TO ERECT. CONSTRUCT RE CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN AND OPERAT A NATURAL AND/OR ARTIFICIAL GA DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM FOR THE DIS TRIBUTION OF NATURAL AND/OR AR TIFICIAL GAS IN THE TOWN OF LL VERNE IOWA, CONSISTING OF AL SUCH 'EQUIPMENT, MACHINERY PIPES FIXTURES, TANKS AND OTHER APPUR TENANCES AS MAY BE NECESSARY O STRUTS AVENUES, ALLEYS BRIDGES AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES OF SAJD TOWN WITH GAS MAINS PIPES, PIPE LINE CONDUITS AND OTHER NECESSARY Juniors — Delores Eggleston, Rick Hersbergen, Luana Leek, Bart Selby and Tom Steil. Sophomores — Rebecca Daley, Bob Fett, Coleen Johns, Doug Nelson and Henry Schnakenberg. 2323 Freshman Don Bristow, Mary Hanselman and Barry Selby. The Richard Grebners, Rut land, were Sunday guests of her parents, the John Hansens. The Melvin Pergandes, Britt, visited Friday with her sister, the Les Calkins. Carol Ristau, daughter of the Harold Ristaus, was home Friday to Thursday on a semester break. She attends the Northwest Missouri state college in Maryville, Mo. A guest at Cliff Holmes' Sat urday was their daughter-in 'law, Mrs. Lyle Holmes, Julie and Jackie, St. Benedict. HAVE 35TH WEDDING The Walter Bierstedts had their 35th wedding Friday. Guests were the Wm. Hanno- vers, Amanda Ruhnke, Whittemore, and the Norbert Bier- stedts, Algona. Laymen's League of Lutheran church will have a chili and oyster supper Sunday, Feb. 13. The Thees Schnakenbergs attended the funeral of her uncle, Nick Koppen, Tuesday at the Catholic church in Ledyard. Three members of the Lutheran Walther League, Jane Hanselman, Michael Coyle and Laurie Coyle attended the board zone meeting at St. Paul's in Garner Sunday. Mrs. Glenn McClellan spent L 30 30 36 39 45 58 K.C. ______________ 50 Pioneer ____________ 44 Smith Lumber ----- 41 Vote's Place _______ 35 Livermore Lanes _-- 22 High Individual Game Leo Bormann _. ----------- 202 Leo Bormann ----------- 201 Daryl Baker ------------ 194 High Team Series Pioneer ________________ 2410 Vote's Place ___________ 2313 Smith Lumber --------- 2281 High Team Game Pioneer ----------------- 82£ Smith Lumber ----------- 812 Pioneer ----------------- 810 High Individual Series Bprmann ----------- 571 Bob 523 Mrs. Julius Becker entertained the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and 500 was played. Prizes were won by Mrs. Wm. Erpelding, high, Mrs. Dick Balk, travel and Mrs. Allan Foth, low. Mrs. Balk was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Anderson left last week with their trailer for Phoenix, Ariz, where they plan to stay until the first of April. Mrs. Fred Hint? accompanied Mrs. Allan Darby and Gerald Rasmus of LuVerne to Des Moi nes Saturday where they visited her brother Art Ramus, who was a surgical patient that day Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ro«th ler and family were supper guests Sunday evening in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs Irvin Kramer at Bancroft. Saturday with her mother-in- law, Mrs. Clara McClellan. The Earl Hanselmans attended a meeting for parents of the farm operation students Wednesday at Ames in the Memorial Union. In the evening they attended a banquet which inclu ded students, faculty and par- nts. The Adolph Koesters went to he funeral Saturday of his cou in, Mrs. Ed Brent, Avon, S.D They spent the weekend with he Henry Burfeinbts. The LeRoy Webers had the! card club Sunday. Winners were Mrs. Vernon Hanselman and tfyron Hinz, high, and Mrs. Ben iefti and Jim Stahl tied for 9 jids. The Alvin Johnsons, Hardy, picked up her mother, Mrs. Beita Tew and went to Algona Sunday to visit the Willis Ridges. LuVerne singers to festival Feb. 7 LuVerne — The conference music festival will be held in Thornton on Monday, Feb. 7. Participating singers from Lu Verne have been selected. They are Gretchen Zentner, Rita Patterson, Linda Daley, Kris Merriam, Bart Selby, Dale Schipull, Henry Schnakenberg and Duane Will. They will be part of the Festival Chorus. LuVerne men at grain convention LuVerne — Manager Elden Guess and all directors of the LuVerne Co-operative Elevatoi attended the 62nd annual con vention of the Farmers Grain Dealers Assn. of Iowa (Cooper ative) at Des Moines Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. More than 2,000 delegate, attended the meetings. The Albert Hippens, Otho spent the weekend with her randmother, Mrs. Mary Wil .ams. The Gerald Ramuses visitec unday with his father Arthur Ramus in the Methodist hospi Bamboo Lounge 15 High Team Series 'raugers High Team Game v raugers 840 High Individual Series oan Nielson 487 High Individual Game Kathryn Casey 202 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Sanford's 2674 High Team Game Village Pump 971 High Individual Series Bob Barber 553 High Individual Game Elmer Kubly 219 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Gronbach 229 High Team Game Gronbach 810 Hiih Ir.tJividual Series Skip Nielson 565 Carmen Nielson 498 High InJividual Game Slcfp NielSbn ___ K _ tL__ 23( Carmen Nielson 195 ner at his sister, the Bud E11-! N- yfalts ________________ 488 High Individual Game R. Legler _______________ 200 N. Watts ________________ 183 LINE CONDUITS OR USEFUL APPLIANCES OR EQUIPMENT FOR THE SALE AND/OR DISTRIBUTION OF SUCH GAS IN AND TO SAID TOWN F LUVERNE, IOWA AND THE INHlABU ANTS THEREOF, AND OTHERS AND TO ELL, TRANSMIT AND DISTRIBUTE SUCH AS TO THE TOWN AND ITS INHAB ANTS, OR OTHERS, WITHIN OR WITH- 3UT THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE 'OWN OF LUVERNE IOWA FOR LIGHT, HEAT, POWER, FUEL, COOKING AND OR ALL OTHER PURPOSES, AND PRE- CRIBING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE GRANT AND THE PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF SAME, AND RE- 'EALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CON- LICT THEREWITH. WHEREAS, North Control Public Serice Co. has requested a Franchise to arrange for the distribution of natural and/or artificial gas in the Town of uVerne, Iowa and said corporation is desirous of arranging for such distribu- ion of gas; and, WHEREAS, it is deemed to be to the best interest of the Town of LuVerne, owa that arrangements be made for such distribution of gas and that North Central Public Service Co. be granted a Franchise therefor. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED the Town Council of the Town of ajVernc, Iowa: Section I. That the Town of LuVerne, Iowa hereby grants unto North Central Public Service Co., its successors and assigns, a nonexclusive Right and Franchise for a period of twenty-five (25) years from and offer the date of passage, approve and publication of this ordinance, to erect, construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate within said Town of U Verne, Iowa, a natural and/ artificia gas distributing system, together with all appurtenances, pipes, machinery tanks and appliances necessary or use ful thereto, for the distribution of na tural and/or artificial gas for the pur es, and grantes shall not unnecessarily rtterfere with, injure or change any pave- nent, water pipes, drains or sewers of did town, either public or private. The rantor agrees that after the grantee* istribution system has beeri constructed, le grantor will not interfere with the ocation of said distribution system with» ut reimbursing the grantee for cost of uch interference or relocation. Section IV. The grants herein contained are upon he express condition that the gfdntea hall be liable for all damages caused y the negligence or mismanagement 6f grantee, its agents or employees, m the construction and maintenance of sold dis- ribution system, and it shall protect ^ald Town of LuVerne, Iowa from any and all liability therefrom. Section V. That the grantee, in addition to sov- ng the Town of LuVerne, Iowa harmless from any and all claims which may be mode against the town by reason of or on account of the construction, maintenance or operation of the plant, distribut- ng system, and other construction erect- ea and maintained under or by virtue of this Franchise, shall defend any suit brought against the town on account thereof at its sole cost and expense, and should any judgment be rendered against the town as a result of said suit or suits, the grantee hereby agrees to pay said judgment, and the record of the judgment against said town in such suit shall be conclusive evidence to entitle said town to recover the amount thereof from said grantee. Section VI. That if the grantee fails to perform any of the conditions, requirements, duties or obligations herein provided to be performed, by said grantee, the town nay cause to be served upon the grarv ee a written notice in the manner pro- ided for serving original notices in civil ctions. which notice shall specify the articular conditions, duties, obligations, r requirements which it is claimed the rontee has failed to perform," and if te grantee shall not perform such con- itions, requirements, duties or obliga- ions specified in said notice .within thir- y (30) days after the date of the ser- ice of said notice, upon a proper show- ng made by the town before a court }f competent jurisdiction, the court, at ts discretion, may order or refuse to or- ler the performance of such requirements, or may grant a forfeiture of all he rights of the grantee. Section VII. That oil the provisions of this ordin- once shall apply to the successors and assigns of the grantee with the same orce and effect as they do the grantee tself. Section VIII. That all ordinances, or parts of ordinances, insofar as they are in direct con- •lict herewith, are hereby repealed. Section IX. This ordinance shall take effect upon ts acceptance in writing by the grantee, filed with the Town Clerk within thirty 30) days from its approval by a majority jf the electors of the Town of LuVerne, Iowa voting thereon at a general or special election as provided by law. Section X. The grantee shall pay all expenses ' incurred in the preparation and publication of this ordinance and the grantee shall pay the costs incurred in holding the election to submit this ordinance to the legal electors for their approval as provided by law. Section XI. Whenever the term "grantee" is used herein it shall be taken to mean and include North Central Public Service Co., its successors and assigns. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Town Council of the Town of Lu Verne, Iowa, on the 20th day of January A. D., 1966. James Mal.lory, Mayor al at Des Moines. They had din- 1 R - SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Blakes 2141 High Team Game Goetsch's 776 High Individual Series 559 itons. Mrs. Olaf Kleveland, Hardy, ,'isited Sunday afternoon with icr daughter, the Richard Gron- >achs. The Carl Swansons attended he funeral Friday of Mrs. Ada Schwarck at Eldora. The John R. Hansens, Rut- and, visited Wednesday with his parents, the John Hansens. The Dean Bowmans, Algona, were Sunday guests of the Earl Johns family. Doris Byson, Fort Dodge, WANT AD «•«>«•«>«-«•«>«•«•«•«•«•«••«•«•«•*•«•«•*»** Sunday guests at Edwin Mar ty's were her parents and their son, the Henry Kublys and Judean Wealthas, Randall, for the 8th birthday of Michael Wealtha. The Legion will have a chicken supper in the City Hall Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. The John Vosses Jr. attended the funeral Monday of Mrs. Ta tronella Ezarski at St. Patrick Catholic church, Britt. The Carl Swansons attended the grain dealers convention in Des Moines Sunday to Thursday. Mrs. Margaret Schawb, Blue Earth, is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Julia Pergande. Mrs. Henry Kubly slipped and fell Friday on the ice. No bones were broken but she was badly bruised. Mrs. Albert Schipull had canasta club Jan. 17. Mrs. Clara McClellan received high, Mrs. Robert Hanrdcopf, low. Guests were Mrs. Bob Barber, Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, and Mrs. Eli Eager. Vicki Gronbach returned Monday after a two weeks stay at the Lutheran hospital. spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Byson. The Sherman Arends spent Saturday evening with his sister, the James Dueas, Humboldt. Wayne Hansen and children, Duncombe, visited Saturday with his parents, the John Hansens. Janet Fisher, daughter of the Darrel Fishers had her 1st birthday Sunday and guests were her grandparents, the Bob Fishers. The John Strayers, Algona, visited Sunday with her daughter the John Bierstedts. Evening guests included his parents, the Walter Bierstedts. SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new, sews forward and reverse, with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, monograming, and fancy stitch designs. Can be seen in your area. Take over eight payments of $5.03 a month, or will dis count for cash. WRITE: CREDIT MANAGER, 720 N. WESTERN AVE., ST. PAUL 3, MINN. 8-10-12-14-16' the forenoon and will be closed at 8:00 o'clock p.m. of the evening of said day. James Mallory, Mayor of Town of LuVerne, Iowa. the H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk of the Town of LuVerne, Iowa. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 27, Feb. 3, 10 and 17, 1966. LUVERNE CLINIC DR. 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 day Wednesday LyVerne, Iowa ph ° ne ™ ^228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 SINGER in beautiful console 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.; 3«i May be seen in your area. Write j 4 Credit Manager, Belle Plaine, j >1 Minnesota, Route 1, Box 92. ?vj I i pose of' 'selling; 1 distributing and supply- > H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk ing such gas to the Town and the in- I POLLING PLACE habitants Ihoreof, and others, together | The polling place for said election with the Right and Franchise to use and ! shall be at the Town Hall and the polls occupy the streets, avenues, alleys, brid- will be opened at 8:00 o'clock a.m. of ges and othor public places of said Town, as now laid out or hereafter extended, with its gas mains, pipes, pipe lines, distributing linos, conduits and other appliances and appurtenances neces- Attest: sary or useful for the purpose of maintaining and operating such gas distribut- ng system within the Town of LuVerne, owa, and the Right and Franchise of selling, distributing, and supplying said Town, and inhabitants thereof, and otlv srs, within and without the corporate lim- ts of said Town, with such gas for light, 'uel, power, cooking and other purposes, subject to the terms and conditions of •his ordinance, as herein set forthi and repealing all ordinances in conflict therewith. Section II. Grantee shall construct, maintain and operate or otherwise provide a modern and adequate natural and/or artificial gas distributing system for the furnishing, sale ana/or distribution of such gas in the Town of LuVerne, Iowa as soon as a supply of gas is available, and said system shall have adequate capacity to furnish the reasonable requirements of said town and its inhabitants with gas as may be required to furnish adequate service within the said town. The grantee shall not be required to extend the distribution system for customers until the grantee is able to obtain sufficient gas for such extension and until the grantee has been assured that it will have such additional customers under contract to use its product as will assure the grantee a reasonable return on its cost for any such extension of the distribution system. Section III. In order to effect the rights granted hereunder the grantee is authorized to make all necessary evcavations in the streets, avenues, alleys and other lanes and public places of said Town of Lu Verne, Iowa, but the same shall be done with the least possible interference with or inconvenience to the public individuals, or public property; and the grantee shall, in all cases, restore all streets, alleys, and public places, and all pavements and excavations, to their original condition; and in laying mains and pipes, the grantee shall conform to al! reasonable regulations prescribed by the town to prevent injury to the pavement streets, avenues, alleys and public pla- Paints • Appliances Housewares •''Gift* • L. P. Gas * Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne ••••••••«>••••••••«*••••• Phone TU 2-3251 ir Ritchie Hog Haterers if Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD NOTICE All side-walks must be cleaned of snow and ice, If it remains for a period of 10 hours, it will be cleaned by the town and the cost thereof charged to the abutting property, By order of the Mayor Very Truly Yours, /S/ H, G, Trauger H. G. Trauger — Town Clerk LOWEIL'S STANDARD STATION HAS SWITCHED TO Lowell's Skelly Service AND HAS ALSO TAKEN OVER Bulk Truck Service ON GASOLINE AND HEATING OIL DELIVERIES MADE PROMPTLY ALL CALLS TAKEN AT Lowell's Skelly Service PHONE 8824297 Lowell Thomas LW VERNE, IOWA 'li

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