Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1966
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Ex-livcrmore man dies at Fort Bodge Livermore — Funeral servi ces were held Monday at the Sacred Heart Catholic church in Ft. Dodge for Harry M. Jurgensen 74, who had died at Mercy hospital on Friday following a short illness. He was born in Bradford, 111 end attended school there. As a young man he came to Liver more and worked for the late John Wonderly at the mason trade. In 1915 he was married to Miss Kizzie Fields, sister of Otto Fields for whom the Legion Post is named. local A few years later they moved from Livermore and in 1937 moved to Ft. Dodge where he was a self employed brick mason. He is survived by his wife and a son, Richard of St. Charles, two daughters, Mrs. Marguerite Powers of Fort Dodge and Mrs. George P. Bruhn of Denver, Colo., nine grandchildren, one great grandchild and two sisters of Illinois. and, and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cra- bou of Humboldt. Mr, and Mr*. Bill Pavi* spent Sunday in the Charles Butler home at Klemme. Mn. Ray B*rt* entertained the Contract Bridge club on Saturday afternoon, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Vaudt. A 1:30 luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Jessamine Miller won high, Mrs. George Leverty second high and Florence Alt man, travel. Pr. and Mrs. T. P. Retting spent a few days last week in Minneapolis. Mrs. Milt Bergum stayed at their home while they were gone. Mrs. Lester Smith has enter tained several ladies recently al an afertoon "Coffee" at her home. Guests were Mrs. Ernie Raney, Mrs. Beth Olson, Mrs Hazel Sanders, Mrs. Guy Ran ey, Mrs. Ray Falb, Mrs. Harold Frederick and Mrs. Norman Scott. Ren Frederick and clattmate WILSON OPEN HOUSE About 50 people attended the Open House Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church which, was held in honor of Mrs. Maude Wilson's 95th birthday. The program, which was in charge of Mrs. Earle Armstrong, consisted of several songs by Mrs. Violet Nelson, Mrs. La Vonne Benjamin and Mrs. Muriel Ver Steeg accompanied by Mrs. Ray Falb at the piano. Kathy Nelson played a flute solo and Mrs. Armstrong gave some H. L Tribune THURSDAY, FEB. 3, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—f Guests in the home of Mrs. Jessamine Miller Sunday were her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harl Gimer, their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gimer, Michael and Bret, all of Renwick. • . Miss Barbara Raney and friend, Earl Shay of Forest City were dinner guests Sunday in the home of her parents in honor of Barbara's 20th birthday. Don Stover spent from Monday to Friday in the parental Dary Frederick home for the semes ter break. On Friday they wen to Marshalltown to stay unti Sunday in the parental horn of Don Stover, before return ing to Westmar college at Le Mars. Larry Joiner end classmate Tom Swan who attend college at Oskaloosa spent the semester break at the home of his parents, the Dale Joiners. Miss Barbara Raney and roommate and Mrs. Shay, all of Forest City; were luncheon guests on Monday in the parental Herb Raney home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Snow .and two children of Clear Lake were recent supper guests in the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Molly Mr. Groh. and Mrs. Paryl Frederick and family spent Sunday readings. Mrs. Beth Olson was ] afternoon in the Lawrence Frein charge of the guest book andlderick home to help Daryl's fa- Mrs. Harold Frederick was at the gift table. Mrs. Wilson received many gifts and cards. Out of town relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Wilson, Sandy and Brian (grandson) of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson and family (granddaughter) of Estherville, Mary Sue Kaliian (niece) of Humboldt. A large birthday cake and flowers were sent by granddaughters from Omaha who were unable to be present. Mrs. Daryl Wilson and Mrs. Carl Hanson poured at the Tea Table. her celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roeth er, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wey ert, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Berte VIr. and Mrs. Henry Groh, Mr Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gron >ach left last week on a trip to Kansas and other points, and Mrs. Carl Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson and NEW BANK EMPLOYEE,^,* Mr. Ronald Felky of Bafriufn is the new employee at the Livermore State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Felky have two small children, a boy 2Vz years old and a little girl of 6 months. For the present they are living in the farm home recently occu pied by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams and plan to move to Livermore when there is avail able housing. They are mem bers of the Lutheran church. Engaged LuVerne — The Howard Richardsons of Story City announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna, to Robert Norcross, son of the Joe Nqrorpsses of LuVerne... She is employed as a teller at the Union Story Trust and Savings Bank, Ames, and he has a body and paint shop in LuVerne. Sixteen from LuVerne to music festival LuVerne — Parents, students, and friends are invited to attend the Conference Music Festival which will be held al Thornton Monday, Feb. 7, at :30 p.m. Band members participating re: Earl Will, Elaine Schnak nberg, Connie Sanford, Dawn indebak, Luana Leek, Connie Jchnetzer, Dennis Marty, and Vorma Heinen. Chorus members are: Gretchen Zentner, Rita Patterson, Kris Merriam, Linda Daley, Bart Selby, Dale Schipull, Heny Schnakenberg, and Duane Will. Guest conductors for the fes- ival are Arvid Anderson, band, and Ron Phillips, chorus. AIB student LuVerne — Gary Youngwirth, son of the Elmer Young- wirths of LuVerne is a student at 'the American \lnstitute of Business iri Des Moines Dec. 18, following a formal banquet at the Za-Ga-Zag Shrine Temple. Gary was initiated into Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Pi, International honorary business fraternity. Twenty of 650, were thus honored. Requirements for election are superior scholarship, leadership, personality, and character. Chapters of Phi Vern Fiderlick went to Des Theta Pi are located in the prin- tloines on Sunday to attend the \ cipal cities of the United States Grain Dealers Convention I and Canada. Gary Youngwirth which was held at Hotel Fort < is talcing commercial course at Des Moines. The ladies attended j AIB. a luncheon and style show at Younkers Tea room on Tuesday. They returned home on Wednesday.' ...,. 1 ; . >.. ; ^.^, nd operate erne, Iowa, as II rcct, construct, reconstruct, maintain • within said Town of La , .v,™, a natural and/ .artificial distributing system, together with appurtenances, pipes, machinery, anks and appliances necessary or use- ul thereto, for the distribution of no- urol and/or artificial gos for the purpose of selling, distributing ond suppfy- ng such gos to the Town and the In- labitonts thereof, and others, together rtth the Right and Franchise to use and iccupy the streets, avenues, alleys, brid- gcs and other public places of said Town, as now laid out or hereafter extended, with Its gos mains, pipes, pipe Ines, distributing lines, conduits ond other appliances ond appurtenances necessary or useful for the purpose of maintaining and operating such gos distribut- na system within the Town of LuVern*. Iowa, ond the Right and Franchise of selling, distributing, and supplying sold Town, and inhabitants thereof, ond Others, within ond without the corporate limits of said Town, with such gas for light, fuel, power, cooking and otn§r purpos**. subject to the terms and conditions of this ordinance, as herein set forth, and repealing all ordinances in conflict there with. its successors and assigns, PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Town Council of the Town of LU Verne, Iowa, on the 20th doy of January X. D., 1966. James Mai lory, Mayor sold Attest: H. G. Trouger K The polling r .-. —.- shall be at the Town Hall ond the polls will be opened at 8:00 o'clock a.m. of the forenoon ond will be closed at 8:00 o'clock p.m. of the evening of said doy. own Clerk 10 riA< place for James Mollory, Mayor of Town of LuVerne, Iowa. th« 1. G. Trauger, Town Clerk f the Town of LuVerne, Iowa. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, Jan. 27, Feb. 3, 10 and 17, 1966. the for MEMORIALS DEDICATED Dedication , was held in Methodist church Sunday memorials including a mimeograph for C. O. McClellan and C. B. Huff; office chair for Raymond A. Stone; 3 choir stools for Mrs. Margaret Prior; communion linens for Joseph Madden, and a pulpit Bible for Albert Genrich. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Molly Foth were he sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard of Ban croft, Sunday evening visitors were her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Foth of Rut- NYLON BLAST JACKETS Men's — Women's — Children! V* OFF AT MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE DOMINO LEAGUE W L K.O. Hardware 56 28 American Legion __ 56 28 Sawyer's 52 32 Andersen Motors 45 39 Dick's 45 39 Town Tavern .__ 43 41 Livermore Oil Co. __. 39 45 Mike's Service Gar. 35 49 Livermore St. Bank _ 33 51 Schmidt's 16 68 High Individual Series Al Sinclair 573 Chet Ogan 555 Dennis Behounek 522 High Individual Game Al Sinclair 223 Dennis Behounek 211 Herb Raney 202 High Team Series K.O. Hardware 251 Andersen Motors 2444 Livermore State Bank __ 2278 High Team Game K.O. Hardware _: 875 Andersen Motors 862 K.O. Hardware __^ 840 TOP SIX BOWLING W L Pete's Garage _____ 52 32 K.C. 52 32 Pioneer 47 37 Smith Lumber 42 42 Vote's Place 38 46 Livermore Lanes ___ 23 61 High Individual Game Eugene Mertz 24 Harold Dolder 223 Francis Erpelding 216 High Team Series Pioneer 2539 Smith Lumber 2440 Pete's Garage 2405 High Team Game Pete's Garage 894 Pioneer 881 Pete's Garage 850 High Individual Series Frances Erpelding 623 Eugene Mertz 591 Clarence Meyers 544 The Fay Harmons attended the 50th wedding of his brother, the Lee Harmons, at the Methodist church in Rolfe. Mrs. George Schnetzer, patient at the Belmond hospital, is till on the critical list. Henry Ichnetzer, a son, received a 30- lay leave from Germany, and Mrs. Shirleen Zettritsch, California, returned home to be their mother. STRIKES 'N SPARES FLY TO FLORIDA The Carl Swansons, LuVerne, Henry Grohs, Livermore, and Vernon Fiderlick, Livermore, have just returned from Florida where they visited a multi-million-dollar fertilizer factory. [They went by jet on Jan. 17 rom Des Moines. The plane r as chartered by Consumers ooperative Association, CCA. Top student LuVerne — Keith Hindman son of the Rev. Ralph Hind mans, was voted student of tin week at Westmar college at L Mars. He also has been accepted at the University of Iowa college of medicine, Iowa City, for next year. He received the honor for work he has done to raise money for an African stu- ent attending Westmar Whose uition money had'been stolen, [r. Hindman is active in drama nd forensics. He was collegiate /inner in debating and entered national contest. Mrs. Hindman teaches music at Westfield. Rev. Beisemeyer attended an owa Pastorial school from Monday to Thursday in Indianola. Linda McVay, Humboldt, vis- ted Sunday at Fay Harmon's. Bernard Coyle returned Saturday from Lancaster, Calif, ^here he spent two weeks on jusiness. Grantee shall construct, maintain and operate or otherwise provide o modern and adequate natural and/or artificial gas distributing system for the furnishing, sole and/or distribution of such gas In the Town of LuVerne, Iowa as soon as a supply of gos is available, ond said system shall have adequate capacity to furnish the reasonable requirements of said town and its Inhabitants with gos as may be required to furnish adequate service within the said town. The grantee gra the dis Finishes course Ft. Knox, Ky. (AHTNC) ^~ Pvt. William, jj. Wolf. MOVE TO FARM The Wm. Goetsches have mo :ed to the Paul Blumer farm 'hey previously lived on the lenry Geishecker farm, now MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Bamboo Lounge 2629 High Team Game Corner Store 950 High Individual Series L. Calkins 528 High Individual Game W. Hippen 221 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Village Pump 2254 High Team Game Village Pump 786 High Individual Series Norma Watts 522 High Individual Game Norma Watts 201 , the Harold Wolfs, LuVerne, completed a food service course under the reserve enlistment program at the army training center, Fort Knox, Jan. 28. He was trained in the preparation and serving of food in military kitchens and in the field; He* will return to his army national guard unit in Humboldt at the completion of his six month tour of active duty. He was gradua ted from LuVerne high school in 1965. Robert Blake had foot sur jery Friday at Mercy hospita n Mason City. The Kiddies and Biddies card club met with Mrs. Earl John Tuesday afternoon. Guest were Mrs. Stanley Genrich Mrs. Burtis, Mrs. Jim Stahl, am Mrs. Paul Maas. Receiving hig was Mrs. Herman Hinz; Mrs Les Calkins, 9-bids; Mrs. Her man Schultz, low; and Mrs. Burtis, travel. The next party will be at Mrs. Herman Hinz's. Richard Gronbach recently attended a sales workshop at Spencer for the Smith-Douglass WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Sec. St. Bank 2796 High Team Game Sec. St. Bank 963 High Individual Series Clem Stripling 613 High Individual Game Allen Blake 246 iter City. They lived on this arm for 23 years until a torna do struck and completely de: royed all the buildings. Thej ived in town IVfe years befon moving to the country again. shall not be required to extend tribution system for customers until the grantee is able to obtain sufficient ga 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 gran- ame5. tee a reasonable return on Its cost for LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Kev. Ralph S. Hindman LuVerne Wednesday, Feb. 2 The United Presbyterian Women will meet with Mrs. Harvey Morey. The lesson will be by Mrs. Jessamine Miller. Thursday, Feb. 3 Our United Presbyterian Youth will meet with David and Gregg Stiltz. Mary Hosford will lead the lesson. Dennis and Cheryl Kissinger will lead the any such extension of the distribution system. ... Section III. In order to effect the rights granted hereundcr the grantee is authorized to make all necessary evcavotions in the streets, avenues, alleys ond 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, ond the grantee or public property; shall, in all cases, restore all streets, alloys, and public places, ond all pavements and excavations, to their original condition; and in laying mains and pipes, the grantee shall conform to all reasonable 'regulations prescribed by the town to prevent injury to the' pavement, streets, avenues, alleys ond public places, ond grantee shall not unnecessarily interfere with, injure or change any pavement, water pipes, drains or sewers_of said town, either public or private. The grantor agrees that after the grantee's distribution system has been constructed, the grantor will not interfere with the location of said distribution system without reimbursing the grantee for cost ol such interference or relocation. • 9:45 hip. 10:45 a.m. — Church School. Our Youth Rally is at Poca- ontas next Sunday afternoon nd evening, Feb. 6. This is the lUarterly rally of Trinity Larg- r Parish. The program will be n charge of students from Buela Vista College. Legal Notices BOOK IS WANTED Will the party who has the book of quotations from the li- NOTICE 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 1966 for the purpose of submitting to Jhe ;|egpl,.!9pd,>puol,ifjpd. v ele5tora._ ) 9ft(sold town, to bo voted upon by them, the question of whether the following public measure shall be 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?" ORDINANCE NO. 65 FRANCHISE FOR GAS DISTRIBUTION AN ORDINANCE GRANTING UNTO NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO., ITS AT Sunday, Feb. 6 a.m. — Morning Wor- brary please return it or 882-3205. call company. Mrs. James Lenz is living with her parents, the Allan Blakes, while her husband is in service. Mrs. Lenz is employed at the Algona Flour and Feed as a bookkeeper. The Clarence Nielsens and FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Corwith and Hardcopfs __ 2136 High Team Game Hardcopf's 776 Hinh Individual Series Clem Stripling 208 Kay Henderson 177 High Individual Game Clem Stripling 585 Kay Henderson 474 SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 FARMERS GO-OP. ELEVATOR Zentner's 55 25 LuVerne Co-op. ____ 47 29 Blake's 46 34 LuVerne Bldg. 45 35 Sanford's 44 36 Sec. St. Bank 36 44 Village Pump 23 57 Old Timers 20 56 High Team Series Goetsch's 2100 High Team Game Lawson's 735 High Individual Series E. ScMpull 475 N. Watts 460 High Individual Game E. Schipull 181 N. Watte -__^-_-^___'- -168 Carroll Gillespies went to the baptism Sunday for Bradley Jay Appenzeller, son of the Loren Appenzellers at the Presbyterian church in Lakota. Mrs. Appenzeller is the former Meredith Engel. The Allen Blakes and Robert were guests Sunday of the Wor thy Ushers in Ida Grove. The Henry Martys spent the weekend in LeMars visiting heir son Wayne, professor al Westmar college. They also vis ted her sister, Esther Merkle Sunday guests of the Ear fohns were the Dale Zentners George Studera, Robert Niel Jennifer Stripling, daughter of the Clem Striplings, returned home Friday from the University hospital school, Iowa City, after a 3-week stay. The Rev. Ralph Hindmans attended an Evangelical United Brethren minister's retreat Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines. The Leonard Wilsons were Sunday guests of her mother Mrs. Clara McClellan. They at tended the dedication at the Methodist church. Mrs. Leonard Hansen anc children, Irvington, spent Satur day with her parents the Wai ter Bierstedts. The Everett Stevens family Sexton, were Sunday guests o her mother, Mrs. Albert Gen rich. Brenda and Lana Marty daughters of the Carroll Mar ys, Ames, are spending a wee! vith their grandparents, the ienry Martys. AN IOWA CORPORATION, WITH PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS ERRY, IOWA, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, THE FRANCHISE AND RIGHT OR A PERIOD OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS 25) YEARS TO ERECT, CONSTRUCT, RE- ONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE X NATURAL AND/OR ARTIFICIAL GAS DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF NATURAL AND/OR AR- MFICIAL GAS IN THE TOWN OF LU /ERNE IOWA, CONSISTING OF ALL UCH EQUIPMENT, MACHINERY, PIPES, IXTURES, TANKS AND OTHER APPURTENANCES AS MAY BE NECESSARY OR USEFUL FOR SUCH DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM, AND TO USE AND OCCUPY THE STREETS, AVENUES, ALLEYS, BRIDGES AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES OF SAID TOWN WITH GAS MAINS, PIPES, PIPE LINE CONDUITS AND OTHER NECESSARY OR USEFUL APPLIANCES OR EQUIPMENT FOR THE SALE AND/OR DISTRIBUTION OF SUCH GAS IN AND TO SAID TOWN Section IV. The grants herein contained are upon the express condition that the grontet shall be liable for all damages causec by the negligence or mismanagement o' grantee, its agents or employees, in the construction and maintenance of said div tribution system, and it shall protect said Town of LuVorne, Iowa from 'any and all liability therefrom. Section V. That the grantee, in addition to sav ing the Town of LuVerne, Iowa harmlcs from any and all claims which may be made against the town by reason of o on account of the construction, mainten once or operation of the plant, distrlbul ing system, and other construction ered ed and maintained under or by virtu of this Franchise, shall defend any su broU'ght against the town' on' accoun thereof at its sole cost and expense, an should any judgment be rendered oaains the town as a result of said suit o 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 may cause to be served upon the grantee a written notice in the manner provided for serving original notices in civil actions, which notice shall specify the particular conditions, duties, obligations, or requirements which it is claimed the grantee has foiled to perform, and if the grantee shall not perform such conditions, requirements, duties or obligations specified in said notice within thirty (30) days after the date of the service of said notice, upon a proper showing made by the town before a court of competent jurisdiction, the court, at its discretion, may order or refuse to order the performance of such requirements, or may grant a forfeiture of all the rights of the grantee. Section VII. That all the provisions of this ordin- • Paints • Appliances • House wares • Gifts • L. P. Gas * Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370— LuVernc ••inn Phone TU 2-3251 * Ritchie Hog Haterers * Pride-of-Farm Waterers ....;. if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD Card of Thanks OF LUVERNE, IOWA AND THE INHABITANTS THEREOF, AND OTHERS, AND TO SELL, TRANSMIT AND DISTRIBUTE SUCH GAS TO THE TOWN AND ITS INHABITANTS OR OTHERS, WITHIN OR WITHOUT THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF LUVERNE, IOWA FOR LIGHT, HEAT POWER, FUEL, COOKING AND FOR ALL OTHER PURPOSES, AND PRESCRIBING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE GRANT AND THE PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF SAME, AND RE.- PEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH. WHEREAS, North Central Public Service Co. has requested a Franchise to arrange for the distribution of natural and/or artificial gas in the Town of LuVerne, Iowa and said corporation is desirous of arranging for such distribution of gas; and, WHEREAS, it is deemed to be to the best interest of the Town of LuVerne, Iowa 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 Towr of _uVerne, 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 after the dote of passage, approval and publication of this ordinance, to ance shall apply to the successors anc assigns of the grantee with the some force and effect as they do the grantee itself. Section VIII. That all ordinances, or ports of ordi nances, insofar as they are in direct con flict herewith, are hereby repealed. Section IX. This ordinance shall take effect upon its acceptance in writing by the grantee filed with the Town Clerk within thirty (30) days from its approval by a maiorit ajo Ve of the electors of the Town of LuVerne Iowa voting thereon a\ a general or spe cial election as provided by law. Section X. The grantee shall pay all expense incurred in the preparation and publica tion of this ordinance and the gronte shall pay the costs incurred in holdin the election to submit this ordinance t the legal electors for their approval a 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., Compare These Prices Laundry Basket .... 48c TV or Lap Tray ... 77c Men's Gloves .. 3 pair 99c Booster Cable 99c Furnace Filters 44c AND MANY MORE BARGAINS AT Lawson Hwde. LuVerne 882-3370 Renwick 2222 everyone who re- me with cards, let CARD OF THANKS — I wish to thank membered ters, flowers, gifts and prayers while I was in the hospital and since I returned home. A special thank you to Rev. and Mrs Mueller. Vicki Gronbach. 10 sens, Harold Nielsens, Sr. and Dean Bowmans, Algona. It was a combination birthday and anniversary party for Mrs. Dale Zentner and the Earl Johns. CARD OF THANKS — My sincere thanks to friends and relatives who with cards, remembered me gifts and visits when I was recently hospitalized. They were greatly appreciated. Carl Hanselman. 10 LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. P. 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 diy Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 DIVIDEND NOTICE On January 24. 1966, Directors of Iowa Public Service Company declared a quarterly dividend of 30c per share on the Common Stock, payable March 1. 1966, to stockholders of record February 4, 1966. The regular quarterly dividends on the 3.15%, 3.90% and 4.209i. Cumulative Preferred Stocks were declared payable March 1, 1966, to stockholders of record February 4, 1966. IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY E. M. RAUN t UAIUMAN oi' mi: LOWELL'S STANPARP STATION HAS SWITCHEP TO Lowell's Skelly Service ANP HAS ALSO TAKEN OVER Bulk Truck Service ON GASOLINE ANP HEATING OIL DELIVERIES MADE PROMPTLY ALL CALLS TAKEN AT Lowell's Skelly Service PHONE 882-9297 Lowell Thomas LU ViRNE, IOWA

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