Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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(Shifted when ! «._, ,-,1"w > ; , • ' . • college hit by a tornado Ai.uV«fnt <- The Kenneth Stt iplitigs are now at the Univer sity at Lawrence, Kans, "They were to be at the Washburn university at Topeka, Kans., for a ten week term as a government grant at the university at Tope* ka. All packed and ready to go, When the tornado there came and the university was wiped out, .They were transferred to Lawrence, where housing was acquired. Kenneth is teaching in the Newell school. Mrs. Stripling is teaching in Fonda, and they live in Fonda. COMES FOR FUNERAL • Mrs. Junior Hinz, Ronald, Brian and Gary, Alexander, La., T«IM, hjn.tMtfi a guest of his brotter Paul tttumftr and ncp **#, $& .tohti Blumcrs. Mr, Blumer was efifoute to spend the summer with his daughter and family in Mlnn««poUs, Minn Thi Jftiwtt tlumtrt, kit eei, N, MM «* spending two weeks with his father, Paul Blumer, and his brother, the John Blumers. At Bode they visited the Mandus Haiisens, parents of Mrs. James BlUmer. . DulUth, Minn., visited Wednesday and Thursday at their cousin George fetuder's, Th« Rodney P*uli, St. Cloud, Minn., visited Saturday and Sunday with cousins, the George Studers. Jim Tcmplln, ••« of Mrs. Bar* bara Templin, Minneapolis, has concluded a week's vacation with his. grandparents, the Robert Hardcopfs. He goes to a boys camp at Brainerd, Minn. The Stanley tgeli had a picnic Sunday at his brother the Ernest Egels, Algona. ; Pfbra, ; 14, daughter of Hi* LeRoy Millers, Stanwood, visit- came to visit the parental Her-led Tuesday to Friday with her man Hinzes, LuVerne, and her ~ • " parents, the Dale Millers, Rod* man. She came for the funeral of her grandfather Miller at Rodman. Junior Hinz, serving in Viet Nam with the army since Dec. 11, will return to the states in September. He has received another stripe. With his family they will go to Germany for 3 years after his fourlough here. Junior is making the army his career. CLUB PLANS PICNIC The postponed Good Will club meeting was held Thursday at Mrs. William Goetsch's. Guests were Mrs. Jon Putnam, T •• Tnbun cousin' Gretchen Zentner at Dale Zentner's. ! The U. S." Lelands, of South Gate, Calif., visited Monday with hi« cousin, Mrs. William Bigings and Mr. Bigings. They were enroute to Swea City to visit cousins the Stanley Lelands and Mrs. Elfreida Leland. They also Visited relatives in St. Louis,. Mo., Des Moines, and Hum- hoidi; .-. -f-,'- •:.',->,;;,•;•:••: .. ' ' The Alvln Weber* have a* guests since Saturday the Homer Tuttles, Pomona, Calif., and the Albert Gr<x>te)rs, of Orange City. Sunday they attended the golden, wedding of the Henry Jo- haniisons in the Algona Metho- Algona, and Linda Swanson, of dist church. Monday evening Hawarden, home for the summer. Plans were made for the annual picnic of the club in the local town park July 21. Entertainment was by Mrs. Charles Hinz. , DATE OPEN HOUSE Open house will be held 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, July 3, for the 80th birthday of Paul Blumer. He 1 has four sons, John Blumer, LuVerne; Ralph Blumer, Menomonie, Wis.; James Blumer, Las Cruses, N. M.; Phil Blumer, Midland, Mich. An invitation to attend is extended. The August J. Pergande* re. turned Monday from Omaha, where they spent the Father's ( dly weekend with Mr. Pergahr i de's daughter, Freda, the WilU- am Myers. Jay, 10, and Evelyn, 8,T returned for a week here. T^ie Myers will come for the weekend and take their children they .had. a get-together at the Imcprial cafe at Bode. Attending were . the Tuttles, iGroters, Alvin Webers, John Webers, Irvington, Louis Links, and Mrs. home.- • . .., ' ;*. I Guests Thursday end Friday of the August J. Pergandes were cousins, the Albert Detjes, Traer, Mr. Detjes is state represent tative of Tama county. Mrs. Alma Huff, of the Huff Cafe in LuVerne, left on Friday from Fort Dodge by plane for 2 weeks' with her sons the Cecil J, (Junior) Huffs, Columbus, Ga, At the cafe during her absence is Mrs. Dorothy Hinz, Mrs. Paul Maas, Mrs. Myron Hinz and Mrs. Earl John, .' Henry Hippen, Peoria, III., is a guest of his sister-in-law Mrs. Cora Hippen. A gathering of Mrs. Hippen's four children was held at her home in LuVerne on Sunday. They were the Lew Hip- pens, Thor, the Marvin Andersons, Hardy, the Albert Hip- pens, Otho, and the Robert Far rells, Morel. Mrs. Edward 4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE Merkles have annual reunion at LuVerne Lu Vern* — The Merkle reunion was held June 21 in SI Paul, Minn. The dinner was held out and the afternoon was spent at the Elmer Merkles. Attending were the Henry Maritys and Fred Merkles, Lu Verne; the Walter Heftis, Iowa City; granddaughters Susan and Ann Roberts, Lincoln, Neb.; the Carl Merkles, Denver, Colo.; Esther Merkle, Le Mark, the James Merkles, Sioux City; the Rev. Edward Stevens, Mankato, Minn.; Walter Merkles, St. Paul; James Paulsons, Coon Rapids, Minn. Elmer Merkle will be host to men of the.guests Monday who wish to attend:the ball games between the Twins and Cleveland at the ball park at Bloomington. The Louis Merkles of Lu did not attend the re- PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTM COUNTY ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1966 union. daughter Dawn were in Cedar Falls Thursday and Friday, for orientation at the college. Dawn, a 1966 graduate of the LuVerne high school, has enrolled. ' Raymond Anshermen of Anaheim, Calif., visited Monday with friends the Bryan Stewarts, LuVerne, They were enroute from Palos Park near Chicago after visiting their sons. Mrs. Jon Nelson, Anaheim, Calif., visited Sunday to Thursday in LuVerne and Algona, She was a guest of the Earle Hansel- mans. She was honored at a potluck dinner Monday at the Hanselman home. Present were the James Mallorys, Joseph Thorns, R. C. Wallines, Edward linde- baks and Dawn. Mrs. Nelson went to Minneapolis to visit her parents, the M. G. Skybergs, George Han**lm*n left Sunday for a summer job working for Consumer Co-op. He will be a summer trainee at Iowa Falls. George, son of the Earle Han- selmans, will be a senior this fall at Ames. He will receive credits for his summer employ ment. Mrs, Harry Niffiigtr and M* ,ry Hjelmeland visited Monday ,and Tuesday in South Sioux City, Neb., with the Richard Lan- nses, dayghter of the Naffzig- ers. Mrs, NafMger went to assist her daughter and family moving to Dakota City, Neb. The Edwin H*n»elm«ns wont Friday to Des Moines to bring their daughter Laurie for the weekend. She is in the Iowa .^Lutheran hospital as a student Esther" Helberg, Algona. The Lyle Ponton* and six children, Fargo, N. D.,: visited relatives in this area Friday to Monday. They &me for the Carroll reunion Sunday in the Call park/Algona. Lyle is in the army stationed at Fargo. Mr*. Laura. Meyer left last Saturday for the summer as a cook at a boys' camp at Camp Jack Pine, Wis. During the college year Mrs. Meyer is a cook in the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at Aines. " Dr. Robert Shirk, Cleveland, O., his sister, Mrs. Isabelle Hughes, Linn, Grove, came Tuesday to visit their brother the HUgh Shirks. Mrs. Robert Shirk died at Cleveland a week ago. Attending,the funeral were his sisters, Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. C, R. Krentenack, - Newell. Dr. Shirk brought the sisters back to their.Iowa homes. The Charles McClelland* and Chuck, Council Bluffs, were Fathers day weekend guests of her parents, the Carl Pergandes. Mrs. McClelland and son stayed for the week. Jeahnie, daughter of the Eugene Caseys, returned with them after three weeks there. . •.-..- . . The John Q. Coxe* vicited Sunday with her father, the Thomas Christensens, Humboldt, for Fathers day and the 84th birthday of Mr. Christensen. Open house was held for his children and families and close friends. A decorated cake with 84 candles was served. The Hugh Shirk* spent the Fathers day weekend in Royal with her parents, the Clare Jo- Lindebak and neses and a sister the Kenneth Chamberlains. They visited with Mrs. Paul Meyer and Mary Kay, of Johnston, Pa.; and Mrs. Robert Cochrane, Washington, 111. Father* day vititor* at Robert Casey's, Algona, were their sons the Eugene, Clarence and Marion Caseys, LuVerne. Father* day guests at Carl Pergandes were children, the Ernest Pergandes, Renwick, the Charles McClellands, Council Bluffs, John Pergandes and Eugene Caseys, LuVerne, SHOWER IS GIVEN Karen Kunert, Thbr, bride- elect, was given a pre-nuptial shower Thursday at Mrs. James Mallory's home. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Claretta Wigans, Hardy, Mrs. LeRoy Weber Mrs. Joseph Thorn. Mrs. Maliory had the welcome. Readings were given. Corsages were presented to the bride's mother and bridegroom's mother and Miss Kunert. Mrs. Weber assisted in the opening of gifts. Mrs. Laura ZZweifel poured. She will be married July 2 to Dennis Zweifel in the Lutheran church in Thor. LiiVirnt visitors from Saudi Arabia LuVerne — Mrs. Wilford Berryhill and two sons, Juda, Saudi Arabia, came for a summer va* cation with her parents, the Frank Gronbachs. Mr. Berryhill, 'Bill", will arrive in August and will visit his mother, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill at Livcrmore. i nurse. • William §lum«r, The George Furstenaus, their Genesco, 111., came Monday for daughter Mrs. Vernon Hale, Vi- cikie, Vernon and Timothy, of Genesco, III, came Monday for a visit with Mrs. Furstenau's mother, Mrs. Martha Hanselman and her brother Charles. Th* Rev, and Mr*, Cone and four children have been home for a year from Banguli, Central African Republique of Africa. They leave Again the middle of July for five more years of service as missionaries. They were weekend guests of Mrs. Cone's cousin, Mrs. James Maliory. The Walter Rugers spent * few days fishing at Mille Lacs, Minn. Wally caught a 10-pound, 32-inch walleye, using a fathead minnow. The Uu/H ientleys, Fair field visited Saturday and Sunday. They came to visit her father, Phil C. LicJity, living at the Rotary Ann Home, Eagle Grove. ThO Jeme* Mallerys wore Sat> Mi-day over night guests in Mankato, MJnn., of her aunt and uncle; the Martin Jensens. They will visit in Minneapolis before Tues&y. Mrs. Lydia Lund and the Tjeram Nerems, Corwith, went to Davenport for the weekend. They visited the Walter Rek- wards, the Ole Lunds and his son, the John Lunds, who were recently The Qyentin Wolf*, Port Huron, Mich., were overnight guests of the Henry Martys Tuesday. Mr. Wolf is a cousin of Henry Marty. They were ens- route to visit a daughter in California. Emma Marty, who we* 80 years old June 26 was honored at Mrs. Julia Pergande's. Present were Mrs. Carl Pergande, Mrs. Max Block, Mrs. Theresa Assing. There wa* no service in the Lu Verne EUB church Sunday. They were invited to attend the service in the Renwick church. Speaker was the Rev. Eldon Nolte, missionary from Brazil. The Henry Goetsches, Cedar Falls, visited Sunday with his brother, the Fred Goetsches. The William Greene's Humboldt, were callers Sunday at Fred Goetschs. D*nny Ray Legler spent the weekend in Pocahontas with, oiuig Hansen at John Hanson's. The boys are classmates m tuc school for the deaf in Council Bluffs. Mr*, Alma Madden went to Ringsted Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Alta Madden near her home town of Fenton. The Cecil Korslund*, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests of her parents, the Ray Agards. The Earl Neal* are having! as guests their daughters Benona, Mrs. Jay Pickett, Haw thorne, Calif., Mrs. Lyle Nelson, Kristi and Heide of Tarzanna, Calif., the Genard Townes of Manson for a week. Also guests Tuesday to Saturday were Mrs. Neat's sisters Martha and Georgia Bateman, Jacksonville, 111. It was the 78th birthday of Mrs. Neal, Thursday, June 23. CLUB HAS TOUR The Lu Verne Boys 4-H club had a tour of their projects Sunday. A picnic was held at the LuVerne town park. Families present were the W. Raymond Laglers, Cecil Watts, Gail Wolfs, Owen Currys, Robert Barbsrs, Bill Fitts, Harding Hansens, Howard Swansons, Herman Hansens, John Pergandes, and John Blumers. ATTEND WEDDING The Melvin Kublys and Violet and Luella Swiger attended the wedding of Ronald Klasse, son oi the Harold Klasses, Renwick, and Dianne Hansen, daughter of the Edwin Hansens, Goldfield. The 7:30 p.m. service was : read by the Rev. Roger Hoppenworth in the Lake Lutheran church near Hardy June 25. HAS BROKEN LEG Wilson Legler, Fort Dodge, who had a leg broken at the farm east of Lu Verne and was hospitalized at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, has been released and is at this Fort Dodge home. A cast was made and he can get about with a walker. CROP HIT BY HAIL The Harold Ristaus visited Sunday with the Victor Faul- sticks at West Bend, former farmers in Lu Verne area. ing a recent hail storm much their crop was destroyed. More bad luck was when Mr, Faulstick was kicked by a cow and he sustained broken ribs. Madden reunion held Sunday at LuVerne • I! • Lu Verne — A Madden reunion was held in Lu Verne June 19. A dinner was served by the WSCS Evening Star Circle for 90 guests, The afternoon was spent at the James Mallorys. The Rev. George Cone, Missionary to Central Africa, was speaker at the worship service Sunday morning. Mrs. Cone is a relative of the family home on vacation. 1 Guests included were the Rev. Cones, the R C. Adams, Clear water, Fla., the R.C. Adams, Hayt Lakes; Mrs. Vera Fisher, the Glen Weeks, Minneapolis; the John Darings, Minneapolis; Mrs Jatha Myklebust, the John Me Cabes, the Martin Jensens, Man kato; the Don Myklebusts, Aurora, all of Minnesota; the Gary Bowers, Kansas City, Mo.; the Jack McCalls, Jack Watnes and Stephen Burr, Des Moines. The E. J. Ninedorfs, Waterloo the Lawrence Heines, Vern Heines, Waverly; the Joe Maddens, the Leonard Maddens, the Lloyd Maddens, Armstrong; Mrs. Alta Madden, the Cecil Langer- mans, the. Loren Maddens, the Willard Bannisters, Ringsted; the Doug Boyers, Waukee; Mrs. Alma Madden and the James Mallorys, Lu Verne. The Arthur WeUses, Algona, ^ere Sunday visitors at ClarJ HANSELMAN REUNION The Hanselman reunion was held Sunday at the LuVerne park with 74 present. New -officers are George Studer, .pros., jMJrs. Henry Lauck, West Bend, sec.-treas. There were 2 deaths, 9 births, and one marriage last year. The 1967 reunion will be the 4th Sunday in June at the ;LuVerne park. Towns were West Bend, Algona, Livermore, iLuVerne, Fort Dodge. They were joined Saturday by Lt. Col. Lyle Nelson who came from reserve duty in Ohio. The Nelsons will visit his parents in Glidden before going home. The Batenians are retired missionaries with service in Africa. Georgia is a registered nurse and officiated at 3892 births in Africa during her service. Nielsens. "The women, a sisters. A late Fathers day gathering was held at Albert Wilhelms Sunday with their children as guests. The Burnis Wilhelms, Clarion; Dennis Wilhelms, Belmond; Lew Hippens, Thor; Loren Wilhelms, Boone; Keith Wilhelms, Sac City, and Milton Wilhelms, Lu Verne. Mr*. Harold Ristau and Sutan were Wednesday visitors at Bradgate with her sister, the Edward Behnkendorfs. They went to visit her aunt the Alfred Sell- ners, Sleepy Eye, Minn., and granddaughter Cindy Guess, Comfry, Minn., visiting there. . Verlaine Johnson, Lu Verne, is at the Securty State bank, Algona, substituting for employees on vacation. She commutes daily. Father'* day weekend guests of the Harold Ristaus were their daughter Carol and her friend Pete Easterhaus, Marysville, Mo. Carol is employed in Fort Dodge at Anvers and Firestone, The William A. Marty*, Henry Kublys, Mrs. Wilma Baskerville and Emma Krause and Jennie Mason went to hear the Rev. Eldon Nolte, missionary from Brazil, speak in the Renwick EUB church Sunday. A picnic followed in the park south of the church. Mr*. Edward Ramu* visited Sunday to Thursday at Wesley with her daughter Helen, the Irvin Hjldmans. The Or vail Ramu*e>, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday with his parents, the Edward Ramuses. Fellowship club of the Lu Verne Zion Ev. Lutheran church had a barbecue with families as guests at the church Sunday. The Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer took Mrs. Biesemeyer to Humboldt Monday morning -where she joined a group to attend a school of Christian Missions at Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, June 27 to July 1. Herman Anderson, Klemme, has arrived to be a companion to Edward Hof in his hojne her?. Mrs. Hof recently died and Mr. Hof needs assistance in iiis home. ,SJN REUNION e welsen reunion was held Sunday at the LuVerne town park with good attendance. The towns were LuVerne, Renwick, Lakota, Corwith, Britt, Wesley, Ventura, Mason City, Iowa Falls, Evanston, 111. SMITH REUNION The Smith reunion was held Sunday in the park at Clarion with 28 attending. Towns were Eagle Grove, Clarion, Renwick, Iowa Falls, Clear Lake, Humboldt, Bradgate, Fort Dodge, LuVerne. • The Lester Smiths were in Lake Mills Sunday for the open house for the 25th wedding of former neighbors, the Alfred Clevelands. The Bryce A. Wicketts, sons John, the Bill Wicketts and Steven spent the weekend in Milo visiting Mrs. Doris Kimzey, their mother and grandmother. They also visited their brother and uncle, the Jack Kimzeys, Buena Park, Calif., visiting his mother, Canasta 8 met with Mrs. Faye Lachty Monday. Mrs, Cecil Jolliffe was a guest. Honors, Mrs. Jess Jergenson and Mrs. Duane Neal. The Robert Murreys, Inglewood, Calif., called at the William Bigings home Monday, Mrs. Murray is the former Gladys Simmons, daughter of the late Henry Summonses, long time LuVerne barber. They went to call on Ida Riley, West Bend, and Mrs. Carrie King, Algona They weren en route to Sask. Canada, to visit two married daughters, Dorothy and Betty, formerly Linda Kitbly, is the daughter of the Melvin Kublys, i Verne. Mr*, William Goodrich and Mary Katherine, Marion, is spending the week visiting her Barents, the Duane Neals, and two aunts visiting here from Cal* ifornia. • Sunday evening visitor* with Mrs. Lillie O'Hesse and Eldon Oberhelmen were her daughter Carmen, the Rev Elmer Wehr- spanns and daughter Rhoda, Aurelia. The Rev. Wehrspann, chaplain at the state hospital, Cherokee, has services there twice a month. He came here from the service. They report their son Mark left Sunday for Des Moines for induction into the army. Rhoda, recent college graduate, goes July 13 to Waterloo where she will be employed. The younger son Dan is at Lake Okoboji Lutheran camp where he has employment. Weekend guests of the Clarance Neilsens were his uncle the Einer Nielsens, their son, the Donald Neilsens and Mark of Evans ton, 111. They came for the Neilsen reunion. The Arlo Hinzes, Fonda, were Sunday callers at Mrs. Lena Hinz's. Arlo Hinz is a nephew of the late Henry Hinz. David Mueller spent the week* end with his parents, the Rev. R. T. Muellers. He is attending summer school at Ames. The Edward Schneider*, Minneapolis, Minn., were omitted in the list of those attending the Schneider reunion June 19. The John Gramenze*, Fenton, and Fred Andersons, Clinton, Minn., visited Sunday with Mrs. Martha Schneider and Mrs. Beata Tew in the Schneider home. Th* John Thompsons and son, the Robert Thompsons, Farmer City, 111., are visiting in the Lu Verne-Renwick vicitnity. They came for the wedding of Mrs. Thompson's nephew, Ronald Klasse. Robert Thompson was an usher. Th* Marvin Meyers have 6-lb. 11-oz. son, Jeffrey Tonius, born June 25 at;the- hospital^jn Bnt MM flit* toNiprii Burt—The G. H, McMullens returned June 26 from their trip to Cold Lake, Alberta ,Canada, to visit their son Jerry before he left there. He left by plane from Edmondton for orientation in New York, and flew to Idaden, Nigeria, June 24 for his mission in Africa. The Cross Roads group is helping build a maternity room in a hospital there. August 29 he reports to Whitehorse Yukon Territory, where he will teach physical education and science in the elementary school: The McMullens also visited Banff national park, Jasper national park, Glacier national park, Watertown national park. They stopped at the Patterson ranch, .Billings, Mont., and at Estes park met the Carl Petersons, Paton, and ']"n visited friends at Loveland, Colo. GRAHAM REUNION The Graham reunion was Marshalltown; The group visit held June 26 at the park in ed the Leslie Grahams there before going home. There were 41 present including the Jay D. Grahams, Joe Graham and daughter, the Chris Olsons, Bloom ing Prairie, the Joim Emmerts and Kenneth Grahams, Mason City, the Glenn Grahams, Ray Mitchells, Jim Sewicks, Spirit Lake, Mrs. Paul Lindberg, of Missoula, Mont., and the Webster City Grahams. The Walter Klamps were guests Sunday at Lottie Isen Berger's. The Albert Bleichs attended the Bohn-Riedel reunion at Call State park June 26. There were 70 present from Clear Lake, Garner, Ringsted, Algona, Burt, Corwith, Mason City, and LuVerne. v Sunday Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier and Neoma .attended a Sunday school picnic at the Ledyard park, IIIHIIHIIIIHiMIIIHlHll'm'' 111 " 1 " 11 """""" 1 """" 1 ' 1 ' CAR WASH FRIDAY JULY 1st LuVerne City Park 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sponsored by LuVerne 4-H Britt. daughter Kathie. iey have a year old Wesley Viola SNder LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. p. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Wtek Days Saturday* 1:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Clo*td all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 3 3304 Mrs, Richard Thul, Algona, has moved to Wesley and lives with her mother, Mrs. Maurine Harr. Mrs. Thul's husband is in service stationed at Fort Monmouth, N. J. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and Mrs. Erma Kunz went to Emmetsburg Monday for a duplicate bridge session at the country club. C. D. A. officers grand regents were and past guests of the Whittemore court Monday evening. The local court held installation of officers Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jo Meurer and her guest Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll, Wahpeton, N. D., spent June 21-24 in Ollie visiting the former's twin sister, Mrs. Susie Bramble and also Henry Mallinger. Appearing Saturday FIRST NEWSPAPER Ben jamin Harris, a British publisher, suffered a crushing defeat while pursuing his trade. Following imprisonment in London for publishing anti-government material, he exiled to Boston; thereupon, in 1690 he published "Publick Occurences Both Foreign and Domestick" — the first American newspaper. JULY 2 COUNTRY COUSINS "Irene & Bud" Stop in end enjoy an Evening of Fun and Recreation Bamboo Lounge LuVerne SOIL TESTING Soil testing is the accepted basis on which to base fertilizer recommendations. Determine the needs of your soils and crops now. Use our soil testing service. Free soil sample bags- personal assistance-qualified recommendations, based on soil test results. LuVerne Crop Service RICHARD GRONBACH, Mgr. Phone 882-3234 LuVerne NOTICE TO ALL FARMERS The Master Corn Growers' and Master Soybean Growers' Contests will be sponsored by the Lu. Verne Commercial Club for all interested farm' ers in the LuVerne area. Register before July 39, 1966 with Jerry Stille or Ed Lindebak and get the contest rules from them. LiVirn Commercial Club UwVtrnf, lew* Mommy...is our water safe today? ^ river or pond and has * septic tank or cesspool. Pang*r.0fa home's w*ttt supply becoming contaminated with baetem that cause dysentery, food poisoning, strep-throat Tad other mysteriously appearing diseases is ever-present; For Vifitent FwnUy ProUctioa , , . Bacteria Guard Water Purifier, Th» sprapact, J 0 w. cost unit, easily installed provides water that by , hc U.S. PuWk HcaUh ** »*«•§ Water. Bacteria Guardw Punfier eliminates, the need for boiling W»ter, high-pnced unreliable mechanical and unpleasant tasting chemical additives. It requires no service, no maintenance . . . just replace the cartridge periodically! A product of pall Corpora. lion, Qlen COYS, N.Y, Tfter* It | Pill Guard W«t«r Purifier Model fpr every wtfer prpWpj, Sanford Plumbing & Heating ** low*

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