Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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hits Ira'm ktrt Tttitday jA car driven by Wilma C. Hanf»ft, Algona, hit a moving ffeight,train at the McGregor- Enillips crossing Tuesday at 11 I.M. She had turned off South Phillips street East on McGre- gcir and failed to see the freight (Sirs. Lowell Jensen, trainman. Wfcs Standing on the sturip and jumped clear of the impending dpllision. Operator of the Chicago North Western Railroad train s C. R. Ulstad, Eagle Grove, Estimated damage to the sturip at $5. Estimated damage to the Haupert auto was $250 to the front end. Mrs. Hau'pert was charged with failure to have control. Truck and Honda tn collsion .A truck and motorcycle collision occurred Saturday about 1:30 p.m. at the intersection of State and Minnesota streets. Jim Sires, driver of the Honda 50, was going west on State street. Dean W. Dodds, in a truck owned by Cargill Inc., %as driving east on State street and turning north onto Minnesota but didn't see the Honda because of another car ahead of it. Sires had a bump on the head and a bruised arm. Estimated damage to the truck was about $10 to the right door. Charges were filed against Dodds for an improper turn. hears Peace Corps talk at Livermore Liver-more — Mrs. Bill Wilson was hostess to the W.S.C.S. at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon! Mrs. Herb Raney conducted the business meeting. Instead of the usual lesson Mrs. Ray Falb gave a talk on the Peace Corp. Falb's son and wife, Mr. Mrs. Richard Falb are in: Peace Corp and are living The and the in Chile so she had many interesting first hand facts to relate. JR. AUXILIARY MEETS The Junior Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Saturday afternoon March 12 at 2 p.m. The president, 'Janice Thul conducted the business meeting and the rules for the Poppy Poster contest were passed out. Susan Eisenbarth made a motion that they all go to the show at Humboldt Sunday afternoon March 20 to see "That Darned Cat" meeting at the Legion Hall at 1:30 p.m. Oharlene and Diane Bormann were in charge of entertainment and a "Dress Up" game was played. . Lunch was served by Jerri Barton, which was doughnuts and 7-Up. Mrs. John Renquist is their leader and Denise Logue reporter. BAPTIZE DAUGHTER The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Yaeger of Humboldt was baptized Sunday morning at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Ren' " wjtlh Mr. and Mrs. Cletus scpifsof Goldfield as her rs and her uncle John Groh of Viet Nam a sponsor by proxy. A baptismal dinner was held at the Henry Groh home, the baby's grandparents, following the services. Other guests besides the parents and two sisters were Pastor and Mrs. Hoppenwprth and four children of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Dwight, Mrs. Lottie Erdmann of Renwick and Mrs. Molly Groh of Livermore. The baby was named Eileen Kathryn. after the fecent- fire and they have moved back into it fUbtn the apartment over the State Bank which they rented while the. repairs Were being made. Mr. and Mr*. Merman ROM of Hemsdale, ill. were recent Visitors in the Kenneth Howard home. Mrs. Ross is a cousin of Mrs. Howard. Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Carl- sort attended a school of instrucr tion of the O.E.S. at Algona last week and also at West Bend Friday evening. Mr*. Henry Satern entered Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge last week as a medical patient. The "Suti U«" 500 card club met at Kropf's Cafe in Bode Tuesday noon for a noon luncheon and spent the 'afternoon playing cards. No prizes were given. Mrs. Dale Joiner Was a guest. Mr. and Mr*. Bill Devi*, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scott Thursday evening to help them celebrate their anniversary. Lunch was brought by the guests and cards were played. Mr*. Clarence Carlson entertained the Deal and Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. James Lempke received high prize, Mrs. James Bormann second high and Mrs. Daryl Baker low. Mrs. Baker was a guest. Mr*. Amelia Hoffmann has returned home after spending the past two months in the home of her daughter Veda, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Shoemaker at Silver Springs, Maryland. Another daughter, Vera, Mrs. Don Clark went to Chicago to meet her mother and accompanied her home. Member* of the Methodist church' have been busy the past week installing new wood paneling on the basement walls at the church. Mary Hosford entertained the Youth Fellowship of the Presbyterian church at her home Thursday evening. Rev. Hindman gave the lesson and Dennis Kissinger was in charge of entertainment. Lunch was served by '-the hostess. About fifty 7th graders,L and their guests of the Twin Rivers schools enjoyed a roller skating party at Algona Tuesday night. Danny Collins and.Gary Cran are working at the John Deere Implement company in Laurens. Jack Zeimet of Boone came after his folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Zeimet, Saturday and took them home with him where they spent the weekend. He brought them home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haack and their grandson, Brad Foth, left Ft. Dodge by train Thursday evening for Chicago where they visited in the home of their daughter Geraldine and family the Jerry Smiths who live in Wheeling, a suburb of Chicago They returned home Monday evening. Larry Joiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner, who attends Wm. Penn college at Oskaloosa is doing "practice teaching" at Eddyville where he teaches mu sic. 4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE < v tf THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 19*6 4-H teams at LuVerne have LuVerne — The LuVerne Jr. 4-H team won the southeast title in basketball Friday night against the Prairie Jr. team. The score was 26-25. The top scorer for LuVerne was Larry Curry with 19 points. Rodger Perganr de had 4 points'and John Legler, 3 points. The LuVerne Senior 4-H team also won at Corwith Wednesday night. They played Plum, Creek. Top scorer or LuVerne was Roger Hanson with 17 points, Ronnie Wolf 12 points and Paul Swanson 11 >6ints. The final scbr£ was 56 o 46. The teams now advance o Algona to play the winners of the southwest section of Kosuth Wednesday night. COMPLETES COURSE In a news release from Fort Gordon, Ga., (AHTNC) Pvt. Duane E. Greene, whose wife, Darene Goetsch, the daughter of Tred Goetsches, live in Lu Verne, completed a lineman's course at the Army Southeast- n Signal School, Fort Gordon, eorgia, March 11. He is a 1963 graduate of the Humboldt school. His parents, the William E. Jreenes, live at Humboldt. The Goetsches, LuVerne, learned since that he was transferred ;his weekend to a base at El Paso, Texas, for further schooling. FIRE REPAIRS The repairs have been com' pleted on the Richard McKenna 1965 FORD PICKUP F-250 3 4-ton with flare side long box, solid red color, L'lKi NiW CONPITION. 1995" TAYLOR MOTOR CO, FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Friends received word last week that Lawrence Ruhnke o Miller, So. Dakota had been hospitalized for several days with a virus infection, being placet under oxygen but has returnee home now and is fully recover ed. The Equality Club met at the home of Mrs. Paul Jarvis Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus presided at the business meeting and Mrs. Lucy Conly gave the lesson, giving several articles from "This Week's Magazine" and also on the subject of "Air Pollution" This was followed by a socia hour. Mrs. Jack Vaughn was a guest. Lunch was served. The 500 club met at the Bil Wilson home Sunday evening After the pot luck supper 501 was played. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach spent the weekend at home re turning to Rochester again Monday morning where Mr Gronbach is taking treatments at the clinic. _ JMfrs. Lewis Wildin of Owaton na, Minn, and Mrs. Allan Darby of LuVerne visited their sister Mrs. Fred Hintz, Saturday af ternopn, spent Sunday in the home their son, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott and family at Storm Lake Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joine and Sharon spent the weekend with relatives at Ottumwa anc also visited their son Larry at Oskaloosa. Florence Altman entertained the Contract Bridge club at her home Saturday afternoon. A J:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Ray Berte received high prize, Mrs. Bob Wonderly second high and Mrs. Ifezel Sanders the bingo prize. Wonderlv and Mrs. Sander" were quests. MONDAY MIGHT LEAGUE Livermore Co-op. _ _ fe 8 Corner Store 14 10 Bamboo Lounge 12 12 LuVerne Ins. 12 12 Prior's Skelly 11 13 Standard Oil „_ 7 17 High Team Series Bamboo Lounge _____., 2657 High Team Game LuVerne tns. __: 042 High Individual Series F. Gronbach •'. 575 High Individual Game D. Holmes ____!_ 212 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Pioneer Cheese ________ 2066 High Team Game •*•Bamboo Lounge 729 High Individual Series Marlys'Stil'e 474 High Individual Game Marlys Stille 185 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Blake's 2787 Hiqh Team Game LuVerne Bldg. 978 Hinh individual Series Elmer Kubly '__ 559 High Individual Game Elmer Kubly J_'l_ 242 THURSDAY MIGHT LEAGUE Hiah Team Series torwith W. — 2203 Hioh Team Game Corwith W 782 H>ih Individual Series Joe Henderson ___ 623 Kay Henderson 504 Hiah Ir'.iividual Game Foe Henderson 215 Joan Nielson '__ 211 ATTENDS SCHOOL A news release received recently gives Thomas Carroll, Carroll garage, at LuVerne, a certificate of attendance at an Ariens factory service school. These schools are conducted, each year, for servipe dealers n various sections of the state. Phis year's school was held at Waterloo, Newton, and Storm Lake with major instructions on Ariens Riding Mowers. ' SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Nielsen's _'__ 2167 High Team Game Nielsen's 808 Hioh Individual Serfe* Kathy C. —— 493 Bill H. 483 Hiqh Individual Game Betty H. __' 191 CARD SHOWER Friends here are remembering the Rev. A. S. Beckman with a card shower for his 89th birthday March 15. The father of Mrs. Lawrence Marty, he now lives at the Western Home in Cedar Falls and is well known here. . Sundav until Tuesday visiting Mends in Algona. Mrs. Alta Madden left Sunday after a week with her sister, Mrs. Alma Madden, and went to her new honve at Ringsted. She moved from Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Alma Madden took her there. The John Pergandes and Eugene Caseys visited Friday with the brother, the Ernest Pergan- des, Renwick, for his birthday. Sunday visitors at Mrs. Lena Hinz's were her daughters, Mrs. Joe Underberg and Dean, grandson Bruce Mieler, Fort Dodge; the Harley Rushers and Pamela, and Mrs. Donald Behnkendorf, Bancroft. The Howard Cronks were weekend visitors in Council Bluffs with their son the Richard Cronks. The Harold Ristaus had as weekend guests her half sister the Virgil Thorsons, Rose Creek, Minn., and their father. Philip Fouarge, Livermore They came to visit her sister, Mrs, Edward Behnkendorf Bradgate, a surgical patient al Lutheran hospital. She was re leased Sunday. Tom and Cindy Erpelding and Leonard John visited the William Erpeldings at Oelwein Saturday and Sunday. Tom and Cindy are living at Joel Re* ing's as they complete their school year here. The Frank Grpntach* visited Sunday in Sheffield with their daughter, Ruth Ann, the W Dale Braytons. The Albert Heftis, their dau ghter the Ed Elberts, Joel and Lisa, were guests Sunday in Greene of the daughter Betty the Harlgn Helms. The Roy Guys rtturned from visiting in Los Angeles and Mer ced, Calif. Mrs. Guy and her son, the Jack Guys, her moth er, Mrs. Charles Heinkel, Lu Verne, went to California Jan 17. They visited Mrs. Roy Guy's brother, the Melvin Guys, in Merced. Later Mrs. Roy Guy was injured tn a car acciden and hospitalized several weeks Mr. Gwy went out to bring Uer home. The greatest of faults is to conscious of none. BACK FROM TRIP The John Vosses Jr., have re- urned from a month's vacation. Phey visited her brother, the lobert Murrays, at Crown Point, Ind., friends, the Charles Wolfs, New Albany, Ind., the T. J. Malcoms, Atlanta, Ga., cousins of her father the late W. B. Murray. Then saw Edward J. Funk research seed corn farm, at Homestead, Fla, toured the Everglades, Key West, and at Winter Haven, Fla. with the John Ramuses, formerly of LuVerne. They visited their son, the Capt. John Dwight Vosses, Pensacola, and toured New - Orleans, attended Houston Livestock show held in Astrodome. They visited their daughter Leota Ann, the Rex Uns, Wichita, Kans. They left February 10 and returned March 10. Gene C. 192 History show draws crowd at LuVerne LuVerne — The LuVerne Historical Exhibition was held Sunday at the high school. A crowd of 1,000 people viewed the exhibition. Included in the selection of items of historical interest were a fossilized snail 70,000,000 years old owned by Harold Nielsen Sr., LuVerne; an Egyptian pitcher dated before the birth of Christ, owned by James Mallory, LuVerne; two Japanese swords from 400 to 600 years old owned by Dr. Robert Brainerd of LuVerne; an extensive display of Indian artifacts owned by Ray Saxton, Hardy. A one-third scale: of a Case 65 steam engine owned and built by Leo Lichter, Algona; a 1903 Sears and a 1911 Ford owned by Elmer Dole and Son of Irvingston; antique household items shown by Earl Neal, Lu Verne, many items from the Humboldt Historical Association; a sleigh owned by Jerry Stille of LuVerne; an ox yoke owned by A. A. Schipull, Lu Verne; a walking plow owned by Geo. Schnetzer r»f LuVerne; a 1846 chest owned by J. A. Lindebak of LuVerne; a washing machine owned by Wm. Steil of LuVerne. Visitors from away were from Fort Smith, Ark.; Fort Dodge, Renwick, Humboldt, Bode, Algona, Livermore, Griswald, Defiance, Irvington, Burt, Corwith, Ames, Rutland, Eldora, Dakota ( City, and Kanawha. The exhibition was sponsored by the LuVerne high school classes in world and American history. HAVE SKATING PARTY A skating party at the Algona rink Friday was sponsored by the Youth fellowship of the LuVerne Evangelical United) Brethren church with about 80 in attendance. Guests were from eight churches in the area, Ottosen, Irvington, two at Livermore, two at Renwick, the Lu Verne EUB, Methodist and Lutheran churches. The Harry Naffzigers were the sponsors. TEACHERS IN MEETING The LuVerne school has been selected as the meeting place of the Sixth Grade Teachers of Kossuth will meet in LuVerne Thursday for an all day meeting under the direction of Mrs. Killsholm with Mr. Petrie, Cedar Falls, a consultant on social studies, in charge. They will visit the sixth grade room for a period in the morning as guests of the pupils who will take them on a travel log tour of Europe using information and slidies which Mrs. Schade, sixth grade teacher, brought back from her trip last fall. They plan to use Overhead, Opaque, and Slide Projectors to illustrate their talks. Each pupil in the class will participate. TAKE BUS TOUR Mrs. Rosie Hardcopf, LuVer- ne, and her sister, Mrs. Mildred Trunnelle, Wesley, left March 7 on a chartered bus from Ft. Dodge for a tour to California. They went to Independence, Mo., Tulsa, Okla., Amarillo, Texas, Albuquerque, New Mex., Flagstaff, Ariz-, Las Vegas, Utah, and Los Angeles where they spent two days. Mrs. Louise Gronbach, Livermore, was also on the tour. DOUBLES WINNERS Winners of the Scotch Dou bles at the LuVerne Lanes March 6 were: 1st — Charles Merkle, Myrna Hinz; 2nd — Charles Sorensen, Betty Han.' son; 3rd — Fred Will, Delia Miller; 4th — George Schnetzer, Diane KUey: 5th — Roger Tho- innson. Tola Hiopen: 6th — Dale K"bly, Kav Henderson 7th — Elmer Kubly, Delia Miller. HAS HEART ATTACK Harold Klasse, Renwick, former farmer southeast of Lu Verne, entered the Belmond hospital Tuesday after having a heart attack. parents the A. W. pimlers. Pvt. Jerry Bristow Has com* pleted basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and had a furlough here. He reports Mar. 12 at Aberdeen, Md., for fur- therz training. Jerry, sort of the Mervyn Bristows, near Irvington, is a graduate of the LuVerne high school. The Legion Auxiliary met March 7 in the town hall with 16 members present. Mrs. Owen Curry presided. Hosts were Mrs, Allen Blake and Mrs. Cecil Watts, Mrs. Earl John assisting. Entertainment was bingo in charge of Mrs. Bert Ramus and Mrs. Billy Hardcopf. Members were taken on a. tour of the new Legion building they recently purchased, the front rooms of the LuVerne Corner store. The William Birds moved Sat urday to the residence of Mrs. Emma Hoepner. They had lived in the Mrs. Theresa Assing rest dence. The Sherman Arends visited Friday and Saturday with his parents, the Grover Arei:ds, Williams. Mrs. Stanley Genrich spent Monday to Thursday with her sister, the David Morrisses. She went to help move from Evansdale to Cedar Falls. The Robert Studers- Ames, were weekend guests of his uncle, the George Studers. Robert Lee Marty, Oxford, Neb., came Sunday to visit his parents, the Edwin Martys and grandparents, the Henry Kub- lys. Robert drove a truck trac tor here and was accompanied to Minneapolis, Minn., by his father where a stainless steel bulk milk tank was installed on the truck. Robert and his brother Eldon Marty own and operate a cheese making factory at Oxford. Paul Blumer returned Saturday, fromi a trip by plane. He spent three weeks at his brother William Blumer's, Rockport, Fla., and then visited two weeks at Las Cruces, New Mex. with his son James and family. TSe Ralph Dimlers were gu- ists Sunday of .their daughter Cheryl, the Don Thompsons, Huxley. The dinner was for the birthday March 15 of their daughter Mrs. Betty Goodner, Fort Dodge. The Rev. Ralph Hindman visited Monday in Le Mars with his son Keith for his birthday March 14. The Rev. Hindman reports in a state speech contest at Simpson college at Indi- MRS. WOITO STRICKEN Word has been received of the serious illness of Mrs, Ella Woito. Mrs. Woito, who was 87 March 8, had a severe stroke and is hospitalized in Cedar Rapids. The Comrade Sunday school class met Wednesday after Lenr ten service at E.U.B. church. Kenneth Marty presided. Devotions and lesson study were in charge of the Clyde Dudleys. Hosts were the Harry Naffzig- ers, The Bill Wicketts left Friday for the Ozarks in Missouri. Their son Steven stayed with the paternal grandparents, the Bryce A. Wicketts. Mrs. Don Baskerville, Des Moines, visited Tuesday to Thursday here and with her brother, the Lawrence Millers. The Baskervilles have just returned from the winter at Phoenix, Ariz. Tuesday club met March 8 with Mrs. Earl Neal with all members present. Mrs. A. L. Fisher was a guest. Mrs. Percy Brink had the lesson. Mrs, Gerald Coleman, Irvington, visited Mrs. Marie Maass Wednesday. Biddies and Kiddies 500 card club met Tuesday with Mrs. Leslie Calkins. Mrs. Herman Schulz was co-hostess. Low, Mrs. Sphulz; high, Mrs. Herman Hinz; travel, Mrs. Earl John and nine bid, Mrs. Calkins. Thifvas krsik Into LuVern* Thieves broke into buildings owned by Leslie Pechu- mer at the northeast corner of LuVerne sometime Friday night or early Saturday morning. Junk copper, cutting torches and hose, and junk batteries were stolen. They were valued at about $410 by the owner. Entrance was gained by prying off padlock* on several buildings where the equipment was stored. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst was called to investigate and he reports similar' break-ins ... in Kossuth county and surrounding areas have been reported the past several months, The LuVerne Memorial Soci ety met Thursday in the town hall. Hostesses were Mrs. A. W. Dimler, Mrs. Ralph Dimler and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz. Guests were Mrs. Cora Hippen and Mrs. Earl Neali Mrs. Neal is a new member. Bingo with prizes was played. Mrs. Anne Smith presided. . Mrs. James Hefti had the Friendly Neighbor club March 8 with a perfect attendance. Mrs. Edwin Hefti had the lesson topic. The surprise entertainment was by Mrs.. Edwin Marty. David Naffziger, student at Cedar Falls, v/as a weekend visitor with his parents the Harry Naffzigers. . Emma Krause visited several days last week at her niece the Glen Joneses,, Algona. Mrs. Jones, surgical patient at St. Ann, is now convalescing at home. The postponed W.S.C.S. Evening .Star Circle met March 10 withers. Dale Zentner. Guests were Mrs. Ton Wilkerson and Mrs. Roy A! Biesemeyer. Devotions and lesson were in charge of Mrs. Ben Hefty. Mrs. Gerald Ramus presided. The circle gave a high chair for the twin daughters, Lisa and Lori, born to the Ramuses Feb. 3. Music' Mothers -^ ^-— 4.00 Gory Efnst.......... - ...... i -. 24.75 Jertie ft'dmus iL 1 1-' 67.00 Skelly ; Oil C6. : ..,:.„.—- .. • 5.57 .owell's Station - 28.06 Nielsen's 'ox :...:.. 22,56. Hoo.ker "Supply ; --- 11.40 Advance Pub. Co. 31.10 DX Sunroy „ 1 53.22 Sanford Plba. 42.85 M.W. Bell Telephone 16.68 LuVerne Ins. Agency 98.63 A resolution was made by Strand and seconded by Nielsen, setting the permit fee for Class' B Club beer license at $50.00 per year. This resolution was passed l by all' Councllnien voting Aye. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk James Mollory, Mayor A resolution was made by Nielsen and seconded,'by Zentndr to amend Section 2 of Revised Ordinance .No. 41 pertaining to repairing and' cleaning sidewalks to read "the expense of cleaning sidewalks of Ice, snow; or accumulation, shall not exceed one cent per square foot'of sidewalk on any lot". This' resolution was passed and placed on the town records this 7th day, of March, 1966. ' James Mdllory, Mayor Attest: H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Motion'to adjourn. ' H.' G; Trauger, Town Clerk Receipt! far rob., 1966 General ._.: $ 505.00 Mun. Ent. —, 5.00 Utilities 2)1.29 Road Use Tax .. 423.45 Liquor Profit, —.,.-. 389.03 Total •_' - $1,533.77 Published in. the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona; Iowa, • March 17; 1966. Mrs. James granddaughter Neville and lisa Childs, Ames, visited Tuesday with her anola, Keith placed second in the state. He is a student at Westmar college, Le Mars, and has been accepted in the school of medicine at Iowa City. The Rev. Ralph Hindmans had as weekend guests his sister the Wesley Hulsepuses, De^ fiance, and the Raymond Dallin- gers, Griswold. Mrs. Lewis Wilden, Owatonna, Minn., her sister the Allen Darbys, and their nephew Gerald Ramus, LuVerne, visited in Des Moines with the father, Arthur Ramus, who is ill. JJ Club met at their presi dent Mrs. William Goetsch's Friday. Mrs. Albert Hefti had the lesson on Switzerland. Missionary Guild met Wednesday with Mrs. Earl Neal. Guests were out of town members, Mrs. Harry Christensen, Humboldt, and Mrs. Carroll Gillespie, Renwick. They voted $5 for the March of Dimes and $1 for Easter Seals. The John Stampkas were guests Sunday of their daughter Margo, the James Grays, in Algona. Weekend guests of the Grays were his parents the Ralph Grays, Shenandoah. The Dale Zentners were in Des Moines Sunday for a wedding of friends. The John 0. Coxes were vis itors Saturday at their daughter the Roger Heiters. It was the 7th birthday of Ricky Heiter. Earl Swiger, 62, retired farmer southeast of LuVerne, entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, as a medical patient. He and his sisters Violet and LuelUi Swiger live on the farm oj their parents the late Charles Swigers. Mrs. Myron Ma,y, Hardy, a visitor Thursday with the WU liam Bigings. LUVERNE CLINIC Pi. B. D. BRAINERO OFFICi HOURS Week Pay* Saturday* 8:3Qtol?:00 1:00 to 5:00 $:30 to 1?:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wfdne«day LuVsrne, Iowa Phpne TLI -;.-,,;..IF NO ANSWER, CM TO CARD OF THANKS — We wish to thank the LuVerne Fire Deot, neighbors and friends for helping at the time of our fire. Mr. %nd Mrs. Wayne Warmbier. 22* NOTICE. RECORD OF HEARING AND CERTIFICATE TO AMEND CURRENT BUDGET Section 24.9, Code of Iowa, 19«2 NOTICE—The Board, of Directors of -uVerne Community School District of <ossuth-Humboldt County, Iowa, will meet at High School, April 7, 1966, at 8:00 P.M., for the purpose, of amending the current School budget adopted August 5, 1965, by. increasing" expenditures for the following reasons and in the following funds: Reading project under. Title I o'f the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. General FuncT from $191,455 to $203,285. The increase in expenditures set but above will be met from increased receipts and cash balances not budgeted or considered in the current budget. There will be no increase in taxes to be paid in 1966. Toypavers will be heard for or against the proposed amendment at the time and place specified in this notice. A detailed statement of additional receipts other than taxes, cosh balances on hand at the close of the preceding fiscal year, and proposed disbursements, both past and anticipated, wjll be available at the hearing. Rose Patterson, Secretary Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, March 17, 1966. Phone TU 2-3251 ir Ritchie Hog Haterers if Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing ft Heating WAYNE SANFORD minium SINGER SEWING MACHINE, 1965 Model, Console cabinet. Used less than one year, Zig- Zags. buttonholes, overcasting and fancy stitch designs. Can be seen in your area. Eight payments of Six dollars and thirty cents. Discount for Cash. Write N. W. Credit, 1080 West p., St. Paul, Minnesota 55112. 22-23* CARD OF THANKS — I wish to express my thanks for all the expressions of kindness extended to me on the occasion of my birthday March 11. The lovely cake, Walter Ruger and Henry Ixierwald at the Bamboo Lounge arid my friends living in Perry who came evening of March 11 to celebrate. Delia Burgess. 22 Legal Notices TOWN OF LuVERNE, IOWA COUNCIL MINUTES March 7, 19«« Council met in regular session with Mayor Mallory presiding. Councilmen present: Strand, Zentner, Gronbach, Nielsen, and Lawson. Councilmen absent: None. •The following bills were allowed: I.P.S. Co. -$223.65 Rolland Walline - 314.37 Delain Blumer 319.73 Harold Trauger 116.19 Live Music "The Trupadores" FRIDAY, MARCH 18 •FISH « POTATO SPECIAL' — atso «t — Lounge LuVerne, Iowa WE'RE NOW READY TO ^Bl BH JBP ^^B^ H^B YOUR ^Br JiWB, H .4J(r • • fll LuVerne Co-op, Elevator

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