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Graveside rites for Williams , Ft. Dodge Livermore — Graveside rites were held Thursday, Aug. 11, at the Memorial Park cemetery in Fort Dodge for Melissa Jean Williams, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Williams of Waterloo. The Rev. S. H. Ham* meiy associate pastor of the Humboldt Methodist church, officiated with the Lindhart funeral home in charge of arrangements. The infant was stillborn Aug. 8 at Waterloo. There are two other little girls in the family. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Foreman of Livermore. Mrs. Williams is the former Dorothy Foreman. HOLMES REUNION A family reunion was held at the home of Mrs. Ruby Holmes Sunday. Those present were her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rei- mcrs and their son Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reimers and family, all of Fenton; her son Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes and Randy and her other son, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Holmes and son of St. Louis, Mo. Others present were a granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCullough and family, a brother, Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and John, and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick. TEEN CENTER The Teen Center has been opened to the public after several weeks of remodeling and getting equipment, tables and chairs, juke box, etc. Tentative hours have been set from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. six days of the week and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays. It will be under the management of Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz, assisted by her two teenage sons, Greg and David. They,will serve soft ice cream, root beer, sandwiches, french fries and regular items from the soda fountain. GUILD MEETING Guild met in the parish hall at the Catholic church Tuesday evening. After the Rosary, the president, Mrs. Ted Wagner, con-: ducted the business meeting. Mrs. Pearl Kramer of Humboldt, who often appears on television, gave a demonstration for flower arrangements. Lunch was served by Circle 2 with Mrs. Monte Toohey as chairman and-Mrs. Ed Elbert, co-chairman. WSCS PICNIC The WSCS of the Methodist church held its annual picnic meeting at the Log Cabin park Wednesday afternoon. The president, Mrs. Herb Raney, conducted the business meeting. Fifteen members answered roll call and there was one guest. fetve iiid Witt spend some of die time vtsittfli other relatives. His wife KM b*eti living in her home Lj.vii of Broomfield, Colo., while he has been on the ship. MM. trnio Le«ue artd (laugh. ter Mrs. Dick Sehulta spent from Thursday to Monday at Pine River, Minn., where they visited friends. Larry Joiner, who hat been taking a ten week post graduate course at the Missouri State Teachers college at Kirksville, is spending two weeks at the home of his parents, the Dale Joiners, ueiore starting his teaching duties at Bagley, Iowa, in junior high. Mr. and Mrs. "Kelly" Gronbach and Terri, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cran, Scott and Kathy, spent from Thursday to Sunday in the Twin Cities where they visited friends and the Grorabach's daughter Patty, who is employed there. Mr. and Mr*. Bill Wilton, Mr. and Mrs: Henry Groh, Mrs. Henry Zeimet and Mrs. Clarence Eisenbarth went to West Bend one day last week to help Mrs. Ronnie Collins of Lone Rock get settled in her new home. Anna Murray spent sever*I days last week in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge as a medical patient. Mrs. Jack Vaughn and her daughter, Mrs. Donald Barkley and two children spent last week in the home of another daughter, the Hugh Mackintosh's at LeMars. _ LuVcrne trio at Auxiliary county meeting LuVerne — The Kossuth Auxiliary met Aug. 9, at the Legion hall in Ledyard, with 40 attending. From LuVerne were the new president, Mrs. Allen Blake, secretary, Mrs. Anne Smith, and Mrs. Nels Jensen. Report was given of the recent Hawkeye Girls State at Cedar Falls, sponsored by Auxiliary units. Coffee strips will be received for one more year. Then the paper coupon in each coffee can is to be saved and turned in. The new department president is Mrs. Dale Baird of Green Mountain. A training clinic for presidents and secretaries is dated Aug. 30 at the Legion hall, Lone Rock. The next county meeting ifpNov. 8, Lone Rock. A memorial service was held. Mrs. Jessie Stripling, of Lu- Verne, daughter Sandra, Des Mpines, Mrs. Dwayne Tobey and Nicky, Readlyn, and Mrs Bess Connelly, Bancroft, visited relatives in Hettinger, N. Dak., last week. They tourned the Black Hills and Bad Lands. Tribune 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OP THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCI THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1966 LuVerne schools opens Aug. 29 Monday LuVerne youth married Judy Edwards, daughter of the Lawrence Edwards, Graettinger, and John Jennings, son of the Virgil Jennings, LuVerne, were married July 23 at 8 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Emmetsburg. The Rev. MacLacklan performed the double ring ceremony. Janet Edwards, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Bev Egeland was the bridesmaid. The two ringbearers were Jerry and Gary Edwards, twin broth- ws, of the bride. Attending the; groom were, best man, Robert Koppen, and groomsman Gary Jennings, brother of the groom. Ushers were Russ and Steve Canaday and Carroll Sabin. Soloist was Ruth Ann Bisgaard accompanied by Lavon Park. A reception was held after the Mrs. Jack Vaughn entertained her Canasta club at a pot luck supper Wednesday evening at her home in honor of daughter, .Sally, Mrs. Donald Barkley and two children who are visiting here from Duluth, Minn. Mary Melavin, who has boon working in the mailing department of the National Tea Co. in Chicago this summer, came Saturday as she will be a senior in the Twin Rivers high school at Bode this fall. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Himm left by car last week to take their two grandsons, Jimmy and Michael Hamm to their home in Yakima, Wash, The two boys had spent the past six weeks here with their grandparents. Frits and Everett Andersen flew to Chicago one day last week to attend a meeting of Dodge dealers. Recent over night visitors in the Fred Hintz home were Mrs. Hintz's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus of Winter Haven, Fla. The now used clothing shop, "The Trad'In Post" which is located across the street from the Texaco Oil Station, is now open to the public. It will be open every afternoon of the week from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m, and until 9 p.m. on Saturdays. Mrs. Larry Wilson we* taken to the Lutheran hospital on Monday of last week and underwent surgery on Friday. Mrs. Sittig has been caring for Mrs. Wilson's mother at their home while she is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Boosalis spent one day last week in Fair mont, Minn., visiting with his cousin, Mary Boosalis who is an invalid. Nickie McGuire of Burt spent last week with his grandparents, the Ted Wagners. Mrs. Merit Mackintosh of Brooking?, S. D., visited several days last week in the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Martha Hughes. Mr. end Mrs. Thomas Colwell are here visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Cplwell and Tim. Mr. Colwell who is assigned to the U. S. S. CoQQt? has a 30 day Mrs. Clem >Stripling went to Iowa City Monday to visit their three-year-old daughter, Jennifer Ann, at the University hospital. Jennifer was to have minor plastic surgery Monday. The Sherman ArenoV end Joni, his parents, the Grover Arends, went north into Minner sola for fishing. The James < Seims, daughters Becky and Janet, Ames, were recent weekend visitors with his sister, the Bert C. Ramuses. The Robert Smiths, Algona, were Sunday visitors with her parents, the Charles Heinkels. The Ruel Headingtons end Karen, Decorah, were weekend visitors at Bert Ramus's. The women are sisters. Herry Neffiiger went Saturday to Dakota City, Neb., for the weekend at his daughter's, the Richard Lanns. Mrs. Naffziger returned after she spent a week there. Bruce, son of the Rev. Howard Martys, Marshalltown, and his qousin Gary, son of the Carroll Martys, Ames, visited last week with their grandparents, the Henry Martys. Sheri Ramus has completed her six weeks summer school at Ames and is at home, She will be a senior at the college. The Bill Wicketts, son Steven, and Mrs. Wickett's cousin Jean, the Francis Pitliks, Cedar Rapids, left Saturday for a tour around the Great Lakes and Sault Ste. Marie. Mrs. William Goetsch, of Lu- Verne, her daughter, Mrs. Jon Putnam, of Algona, were in Sioux City Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Goetscli went for a check-up on a broken wrist. They were overnight guests of Jon Putnam's parents at Ponca, Neb. Visitors in LuVerne Wednesday were 1924 - 1933 teachers here, Ange Roorda, Clear Lake, ind Irene Swensen, Milwaukee, Wis. Miss Roorda, qriginalh from Pelia, taught in high scliool here and is now teaching at Clear Lake high school. Miss Swensen, originally from Decorah, taught 7th and 8th grades in grade school here, and teaches now at AJUwaukee, where she lives. Kiley. Mrs. Elmer Kubly was a guest. Mrs. A. A. Schipull gave the lesson. Mrs. John Kiley had. the surprise entertainment. 5* The Henry Kublys, daughter the Edwin Martys, visited tttg, Arnold Ramsvigs in West Bend Tuesday. Mr. Ramsvig and twti daughters are on a trip to Florida. At the Ramsvig home during their absence are the Wilbert Kublys, Madelia, Minn., parents of the late Mrs. Ramsy\g, who died last spring. He-nry'.a.nd Wilbert^Kubfly are brothejMr 1 The Howard Stoddards, Denise and Donna, of Carthage, S." D., came Wednesday to visit his mother Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard, sisters Mrs. Albert Hefti, Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mrs. John Stampka. They will be moving to a farm they purchased at wedding in the church social < Browerville, near Wadena, Min« i it P c\f\f\ p • i_ • •_ . * ' hall for 300 friends and relatives. Sharon Canaday, cousin .of the groom, was in charge of the guest book, and LaVern and Nancy Edwards, brother and sister of the bride, and David Jennings, brother of the groom, carried gifts. Louise Rpamhild and LaVonne Flier, cousins of the bride, and Marjorie and Barbara Jennings, Marilyn Loeibach and Brenda Sabin, all sisters and cousins of the groom, were in charge of gifts. The cake, baked by Mrs. Herbert Schlicherman, was cut and served by Verdell Fair, aunt of the bride, and Viola Erdman, aunt of the groom. Diane Fair, cousin of the bride, and Leona Romer, aunt of the groom, poured punch. Millie Carlson, cousin of the bride, and Myrna Teeter, sister of the groom, poured coffee. Waitresses were Lucile Kinnetz, cousin of the bride, Virginia Brown, Gloria Bredehoeft and Marcella Siemers. The Ruth Circle helped with the reception. Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Bredehoeft served as dining room host and hostess, and Annabelle Kinnetz, cousin of the bride, pinned on flowers. Irene Schany served as personal attendant. Friends and relatives came from the following: Algona, Burt, Whittemore, Blue Earth, Minn., Cedar Rapids, Swea City, Eagle Grove, Ringsted, LuVerne, Garner, Sexton, Wallingford, Cylinder, Graettinger, Spencer, Irvington, Moorland, Lone Rock, Emmetsburg, Fenton, Esther ville, Blmore, Minn., Minneapolis, Minn., Granada, Minn., Fairmont, Minn., Everly, Jackson, Minn., Ruthven, Truman, Minn., Armstrong, Washington, p. C., Renwick, Maple Hill, Mallard, Janesville, Minn, and Sheppard AFB, Texas. She is a 1965 graduate of the Graettinger high school and lias worked as a secretary at the Spencer hospital. He is a 1964 graduate of the Algona high school and is employed at the Weidenhoff Corp., Algona. They are at home in Algona after a trip to the Black Hills. The Friendly Neighbor club met Monday with Mrs. Leonard nesota. Mrs. Dean Ramus, two girls, of Hollywood, Fla., were guests Tuesday of her aunt the Edward Lenzes. Mrs. Ramus is the former Maxine Fleming, daughter of the Harry Flemings, Corwith. She also visited her cousins, the Gerald Ramuses. Albert Wilhelm returned on Monday after ten days at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, with an infected hand. Ronald Etone, Atlantic, visited his mother, Mrs. Lucindla Stone Saturday after two weeks at Camp Ripley, Minn. He left the unit at Pocahontas and joined the convoy early Sunday morning at Rockwell City to return to Atlantic. Mrs. Albert Hippen and three children, Oto, are visiting her grandmother Mrs. Cora Hippen this week. Friday barbeque guests at Robert Barber's were his brother, the Dick Barbers, Columbus, O,, visiting here, their sister, the William Myers, Whittemore and mother, Mrs. Pearl Barber, Bode. The Everett Schipulls, Dale and Lee, and Paul Stoddard, Livermore, nephew of Mrs. Schipull, spent Wednesday to Sunday in the Ozarks The Robert Barbers attended a reunion Sunday at his mother, Mrs. Pearl Barber's, Bode. Guests were a son, the Dick Barbers, Columbus, 0., sisters, the William Myers, Whittemore, the Robert Cashes, Clear Lake, and Noren Jahrs, Mankato, Minn. Mrs. Jack Genson, Rutty, Lane and Tracey, Richardson, Texas, visited two weeks with her parents, the Vernon Egglestons. Greg, Pamela and Marcia Sue Thu returned home Sunday to the Allen Thus in Graettinger, after three weeks with maternal grandparents, the Vernon Eg- glestons. Missionary Guild met Wed nesday with Mrs. Marie Jackson. They made ready cards for those ill and birthdays. The John Greuhs, Humbird, Wise., their son the Louis Greuhs, Ames, called at the Fmi Baumgartner's Saturday. They were early residents in this vi qinity. School offices to open for fee payments LuVerne — The office of the LuVerne school will be open Monday through Friday from 9 to 12, and 1 to 3 o'clock for the payment of school fees, including entry fees and school lunch. Insurance fees will be collected after the opening of school at which time an enrollment envelope will be given each child. Kindergarten will not meet as a group Tuesday and Wednesday but each will come in at a scheduled time with mother for a meeting with the kindergarten teacher. Letters are being sent out to the parents. There will be a meeting of the faculty August 26. Monday, Auguest 29, the busses will pick up the children at the usual time and dismissal will be so children may be home in time for lunch. August 30 there will be a full day of classes and lunch will be served on that day. Barring last minute preparations, the school buildings are now ready for school. Much painting has been. done. The rooms in the grade school building have taken on bright new colors. The staff of the LuVerne school follows: Superintendent, L. B. Shelton, LuVerne. ' : Kindergarten, Mrs. Vivian Erickson, 709 2nd Ave. N., Humboldt; Grade 1, Mrs. Emma Wise, Corwith; Grade 2, Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer, Wesley; Grade 3, Mrs. Helen Daley, LuVerne; Grade 4, Mrs. Virginia Grade 5, Bode. Grade S, Mrs. Beulah Hindman, LuVerne; Grade 6, Mrs. atherine Schade, Bode; Grade 7, Mrs. Lavon, Mallory, LuVerne; rade 8, Mrs. Margaret Stripling, LuVerne. Homemaking, Mrs Phyllis Wat•son,"26 Rainbow Drive, Humboldt; English, Mrs. Anita Walters, 812 7th Ave. N., Humboldt; Business Education, Charles Bloom, 420 S. Jones, Algona; Social Studies and Language, Dennis E. Holmes, LuVerne. Principal and Math., Howard H. Smith, LuVerne; High school science, E. Genevieve Martin, Renwick; instrumental music, John Rembold, Blair, Neb.; vocal music, Mrs. Sue Heathman, 24 Rainbow Drive, Humboldt; physical ed. and science, Sherman Arends, LuVerne; coach and ind. arts, Bryce A. Wickett, LuVerne; guidance, Phillip A. Iverson, Renwick; remedial reading, Mrs. Carmen Nielson, LuVerne, and Mrs. Vera Markle, LuVerne. ATTEND RECEPTION The Clarence Frideres family, LuVerne, attended a ceremony August 10 in Dubuque in which 30 were invested with the brown habit of the Dubuque Fransicans of the Third Order of St. Francis of the Holy Family, and received their new Sister names from Bishop Loras J. Walters. The former Betty Lou Frideres, daughter of the Clarence Frideres, St. Benedict, received the name Sister Mary Sandra. Sister Mary Sandra will devote her first year as a novice to theol- san Thilges, West Bend, Barbara Kunkel, Jane Andorfer, St. Benedict. ANNUAL PICNIC An annual picnic of friends was held at Corwith Sunday. They were the Vernon Eggles- tons, F. F. Fetts, Daryl Fetts, Albert Fishes, Corwith, Mrs. Alan Croonquist and family, Moorland, the John Artzers, Jack Nie- walds, Fort Dodge, the Vci Ap- plegates, Eleanor Kay and Byerley, Ames, Mrs. Daryl Swartz family, Waterloo, Mrs. Lawrence Miller family, Bode, Mrs. Skip Fish, Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann, Algona, the Allen Thus, Graettinger, Mrs. Jack Genson, Rusty, Lane and Tracey, Richardson, Texas. STYLE SHOW HELD The LuVerne Live Wires held achievement day Aug. 2 and the winners were Heather Brainerd, Dianne Curry, Peggy Shaw, Zelda Witzel, Teresa Gilligan, Phyllis Blumer, Norma Heinen and Kathy Shaw. Judge was Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Algona. Style show winners were junior Sharon Shorey with Dianne Curry alternate, and senior Phyllis Blu mer and Norma Heinen alternate. ogy, church history and New Testament studies. During her second year she will continue her college courses. Attending the reception were: the Rev. Nicholas Ruba, St. Benedict, the Rev. Louis Greveing, West Bend, Mrs. Paul Erpelding, the Edwin Thilges family, Mrs. Elizabeth Bor? irann, the Andrew Kramers, Bode, the Edmund Frideres, Algona, the Alfred Bormanns, Bancroft, the Matin Frideres, the Clarence Thilges, the Sylvester Thilges, the Frank Ziemets, Su- REUNION HELD A reunion was held Sunday at the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church for the John Ramuses, Winter Haven, Fla., visiting here. Guests were the William Ramuses, Des Moines, Lewis WU- dens, Owatonna, Minn., William Gifford, Burt, Mrs. Dean Ramus, Tina and Terry, Hollywood, Fla., visiting here, the Fred Hinzes, Livermore, Mrs. Cecile Lichty, Sioux Falls, S. D., the Allen Darbys, and Gerald Ramuses. MEMORIAL SERVICE The Memorial. Society met on Afag. H~ih- Hu^tmtn -fall with Mrs. Anne Smith presiding. Memorial service was held for the late Mrs. Ella Ellis, LuVerne and Humboldt. Bingo was played with prizes. Hostesses were Emma Krause, substitute for (Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. Clara Me- Clellan and Mrs. Sadie Wegner. Mrs. Marie Maass, daughter Maebelle Maass, and Mrs. Maass' sister, the Oliver Knutsons, Irvington, went Monday to Cedar Falls for the week at Mrs. Maass' cottage on the EUB camp at Riverview park. The Charles Loerwalds, Mer- shalltown, have a 6 Ib. 13 oz. son Charles, Jr., born July 20. They have two daughters, Kristine and Kathy. Charles is the son of Henry Loerwald, LuVerne, and is a teacher in Marshalltown. The Thomas McNeilly, Kathleen, Steven and Linda, returned Monday to Houston, Texas, with her parents, the Dennis Carrolls. Another daughter, the Ronald Clarks, Iowa City, returned Monday after ten days at the Carroll home. Guests of Lottie and Jennie Mason are cousins, Mrs. Stella Mason, Charles City, and Mrs. Verna Thompson, Ledyard. They came for the Patterson reunion Sunday. The Edwin Hanselmens had • vacation trip in northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. They visited Hibbing, Duluth, North Shore Drive on the trip. Mrs. Alvin Weber is in Dos Moines visiting her mother Mrs. Lulu Jordan. She went to be with her mother when the daughter Edna Jordan went on a vacation trip. She lives with her mother. Edward Hof spent the weekend with his daughter Thelma, the Harold Traugers. Mr. Hof is now living at the Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. The C. R, Kremtnecks, Newell, came Friday for the weekend with the Hugh Shirks, brother of Mrs. Kremenack. Monday the Kremenacks left Newell to live in Iowa City near a son. C. R. Kremenack is now a retdr- .ed postal employe at Newell. Services for Mrs. Huff held at luVerne LuVerne — Funeral services for Mrs. David Huff, 74, were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, August 17, in the LuVerne Meth odist church with the Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer officiating. Attendants were Ben Hefty, August Pergande, Henry Pergande, Charles Hanselman, Henry A. Hefty, Jack Guy. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with the Blake Funeral Home of LuVerne in charge. Ada C. Huff was born June 27, 1892 near Webster City to John and Caroline Jensen. She died August 14 at the Good Samaritan Home at Algona where she had been a patient for some time following an illness. She was married to David Huff March 7, 1929. Survivors include' her husband, two sons, Harry at home, Herbert, Davenport, three grandchildren, one sister, Mildred Jansen, Webster City. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers and two sisters. The Paul Phillips, Stewartville, Minn., their daughter Joyce, Mrs. Marlowe Collinge, daughters Kimberly and Julie, of the Twin Cities, visited in Lu- Verne Wednesday. Rather unusual is that birth dates of Kimberly and Julie both are on Dec. 25, Christmas babies. Mrs. Ernest Meyer returned Thursday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, following surgery and hospitalization three weeks. The Bryce A. Wicketts are at their cottage on Lake McKeown near Hackinsack, Minn. Anna B. Murray, Livermore, is a patient at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, since Aug. 7. She is well known here as she was the owner several years of the Corner Store grocery in Lu- Verne. Irving ton By Mae McLean Fun and Do club met Aug. 10 at Deloris were Edna Kramer's. Guests Reding, Ruth Mc- CHURCH GROUP MEETS WSWS met at the Evangelical United Brethren church Friday with Mrs. Ralph Hindman hostess. Mrs. Albert Hefti presided. Election of officers will be at the September meeting. Mrs. Lawrence Marty, Mrs. Fred Merkle assisted by Mrs. Marie Maass gave a report Falls. of the recent •v-The Clarence Jurgerisens, of Corwith, took her mother Mrs. Clara Wolf, her sister, Mrs. Edward Ramus, LuVenve, Saturday 'or a weekend visit in Fulton, Mo. They visited Mrs. Lizzie Bommel, sister of Mrs. Wolf and Sirs. Ramus. Mrs. Bommel lives :n a rest home there and will be 90 years old this fall. The Bommels were early long time Lu- Verne residents. The Robert Murreys end Jem nie, Crown Point, Ind., were Wednesday guests of Mrs. Murray's mother Mrs. Clara Wolf. Thursday they left for Denver, Colo., to visit their daughter Roberta, the Randy Skaggs. Guire, Helen Plathe, Mary Duffy and Dorothy Duffy. At 500 prizes want to Edna Reding, Eulalia Altman and Bernice Mayer. The next meeting will be on Sept. 22 at Katherine Johnson's. A letter of resignation was received and read from Rita Frankl, as she and her family plan to make their home in the Sioux City area. The Eischen family picnic was held Aug. 15 at Mrs. Alex Eischen's, St. Benedict. Attending were Nicholas Father Ruba, the Marvin Eischen family, Mrs. Anna Muller, the Phil Eischens, Robert Eischens, Henry Peffers, Dave Ludwigs and Jeff and the Harold Eischens, Wesley. Jim Froehlich, son of the Francis Froehlichs, has been hospitalized in a Mason City hospital since Aug. 8. He has a recurring knee injury. The Loren Stevens, Ormond Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Henry Stevens, Ogd&n, arrived at Gerald Coleman's Aug. 10. Thursday the Hoby Eastmans and the Kenneth Potters, Algona, were visitors. Mike, Randy and Steve, sons of the Pewey Skillings, Algona, were Sunday visitors at Robert Skilling's. In the evening the Dewey Skillings and the rest of the family were guests. WANT AD NOTICE — We do poultry dressing on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Agard Poultry Market, LuVerne, Iowa. 15w65 & 69 LUVERNE CLINIC PR. R. P. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Pays Saturdays 8:30 to 13:00 1:00 to 5:00 1:30 to 12-00 1:00 »c 5:00 Closed ill day Wednesday LMVerne, Iowa Phone TU 3-33*1 IF NO ANSWEJJ, Call TU 34304 SOIL TESTING SERVICE Determine the Need of your Soils and Crops with a Soil Test Doctors never prescribe medicine without making a diagnosis first, The same principle can be applied. in treating your soil. Making a soil test will tell you what plant food elements are low — what SmithrDouglass fertilizer is needed to bring the supply of plant food into proper balance for high crop yields. We are ready to assist you with a soil test, and make recommendations which will enable you to apply Smith-Douglass fertilizer economically, to produce more profitable crops. Ask about our So// Jesting Service LuVerne Crop Service RICHARD GRONBACH, Mgr. Phone 882-3?34 LuVern*

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