Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1966
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Livermore — The annual Old Settlers picnic will be held next Saturday, Sept. 3, at the Log Cabin park. A pot luck dinner will ba served at noon with free coffee and ice cream being furn- isticd. The business meeting will be held at 1:30 p.m. followed by a program. Harold Knight of Humboldt will speaker. be the guest BUY BODE HOME Mr. and Mrs. Herb Raney have bought the Mollie Berg residence in Bode and plan to move by the first oi Sepuim bar. Their sort Ron attends 'iwin Rivers high school and their daugnter Cinuy will attend the 8th grade in Livermore. Mr. Raney teaches 7th and ttth grades in Ottosen. They have b^en living in the former James Elder residence. . Supper guests recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ol son in honor of Mrs. Olson's nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoag aiid two sons of Chicago, who were' Tribune 4—ALOONA (low.) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE itors in the Louis Behounek home one afternoon last week. Entign and Mrt. Michael Stoddard, who have been visiting her piarents the Norman Hollands e>i Bode, left last week for Argentia, Newfoundland, where iney will be stationed for two years. Members of the Lions club entertained their wives 'and guests at a steak fry Thursday evening at the "Lion* Den." Mr. and Mrs. Darreil DeBoom were among tne guests. i ;".\..'' '•/:;•• : '•"-..•"'.''•; :•'• .• Bobby Bahr of Okobena, Minn., has spent the past two weeks with rtisgrandparents, the Luther Butlers. Frank Cox, who spent four weeks in 'the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, as a medical patient, has returned home. Mr». Larry Wilson, who was a surgical patient at the Lutheran hospital tn Fort Dodge lor two weeks, has returned Home. Mrs. Genevieve Weydert ha* been a surgical patient at the visiting them were Mr. and Mrs. Mercv hos P llal in Ft. Dodge. Ronald Hoag of Bradgate, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hoag of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Faith oi Rutland, Mr. and Mrs., Leroy Gron,bach and family, Mr. ariid Mrs. Maurice Olson and family. While here the Hoags also visited her brother at Eagle -Grove, the Carman Adams family at Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams at Algorta: * • Supper, guests Saturday evening in the Dick' Schultz home were t Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwier ger and Rickie and Mr. and Mrs. Ed SchWieger, all of Ft! Dodge, and their son, Mr. and Mrs! Gary Schultz and small son of Hudson, who .were^spending.; the " Shower for Nancy Seldman weekend in the Schultz Sunday alter noon visitors' were Ensign and Mrs. Michael Stod dard of Newport, R. I., who have been visiting her parents, the Norman Hollands of Bode and tarry Joiner. The three men are former schoolmates at Twin Riv ers. •. •••'..:', '••' \l Weekend visitors in the Luther Butler home were: their son Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Butler ol Waukesha, Wis., and members of their family, Mr, and Mrs. Jim Butler, John, David and Dawn also of Waukesha, Mr. and Mrs Roger Anderson, jerry arid Shel ley of Iron Mountain, Mich.,! and Mr. and Mrs.' John Butler of :.Ce-. (iarberg, Wis. . "•'•' ' ' '-•• .•?',•• K: Mrs. Esther McLees of Fort Dodge brought the dinner arid was a guest of Mrs. Jessamine Miller and her sister Anna Murray on Wednesday at the Miller home. In the afternoon they visited in the Harl Gimer and Eugene Gimer homes in Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna and family, of Fort Dodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKenna, who has been working for the Quaker Oats Co. in Fort Dodge for the past couple of years, has been transferred to Urbana, 1)1, r ' Mr. and Mrs. J, f. Hamm have returned home after taking their two grandsons home to Yakima, Wash. While there they also visited Mrs. Hamm's brother Frank Hunt at' Olympia and Mr. Hamm enjoyed some deep sea fishing. Judy Carman, who attended an eight week summer course at jowa City, is spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Louis Carman, before returning to Iowa City this fall for her sec ond year at college^ Mrs. Otto Schwenk and two sons, Bruce and David, of Oka lona, Miss., who were visiting relatives in Humboldt, were vis Llvitfrin<pre f?f 'A bridal; shovver is; Hejdjin ;'the parish j hail of ihe Catholic church Sunday afternoon, Aug 21 for Miss Nancy Seldntan; daughiter of Mrs. Wilfred Seldman of West Liberty, br ide-torbe,' of Jerome Kelluer, sOft'of Mr. and Mirs: Arnold Kellner of .Livermore.' Decorations were carried out in the bride-to-be's chosen col ors of blue and white. Her sister Marie Seldman and Donna Erns of Whittemore helped with the gifts. >'•'•••' ',.;•' - ."•.Cards'was.'the afternoon's en tertainment, and a buffet lunch eon'was served. Those on the committee were: Mrs. Carl Er hst, Mrs. Earl Stalzer, Mrs. Nick Hiibejty, Mrs. Albert thilges Airs. Lawrence Curran, Mrs. Gen evieve Weydert and Mrs. jo LuVerne adds new permanent library books LuVerne — Books to be permanent in the LuVerne library are now announced by librarian, Mrs. Charles Hinz. They are: 30, 1968 Encyclopedias; Amy Vanderbilt's Complete Book of Etiquette; Facts About the Presidents, Kane; Encyclopedia of Sports, Menke; The U. N. and How It Works, Coyle; Dictionary of American History; Dictionary of American Biogra- hy; The Home Book of Versa, tevenson; Art Masterpieces, •raven; Cyclopedia of Music and ifusicians, Thompson. The Bert Ramuses attended Lewitt reunion at Fort Dodge unday with 60 present. Towns epresehted were Sioux Falls, S. .; Red Wood Falls', Minn.; Oma- a, Neb.; Altbona; Ogden, Luerne. Mrs. Charles Him, son Lester Hinz and Mrs. Jessie Stripling were in Fairmont Sunday at a louse warming for her niece the Louis Werners. ; The Fred Goetsches, her mo- her Mrs. Clara Baumgartner, isited Sunday at William Orene's, Humboldt. The Estel Rentzes, Crystal Ri- rer, Fla., visited Friday with his ister Mrs. Lydia Lund. John Rentx, Britt, his friend Catherine Prentice, Garner, vis- ted his sister Mrs. Lydia Lund Sunday. 'The Lawrence O. Millers spent he weekend at Rapidan, Minn. Mrs. Allen Blake and Mrs. Anne Smith attended a Legion Aux- liary training school at Lone Rock Aug. 30. The Albert Heftig, their daughter Jean,, the Ed Elberts, Joel and Lisa, visited Sunday at Greene with the Harlan Helms, Robin and Rhonda, for the 10th birthday Sunday orRhWittte^aiid the birthday of Mrs..Hefti Aug. 30. The Helms have recently moved into a hew home. He teaches in the Greene school. Father ol Mrs. John Cox dies Aug. 26 LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. John Cox attended the funeral of her father, T. ,H. Christensen, 84 August 30th in the Humboldt Methodist church with the burial in Union cemetery. Mr. Christensen died late Friday at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital. Survivors are his wife, three sons, five daughters, three brothers one sister, 20 grandchildren anc 26 great-grandchildren. ATTEND FAREWELL Many from this area attendee the farewell courtesy Sunday at Sacred Heart Catholic church in Livermore for the Rev. Gerald Fisch. After three years at the Livermore.church he leaves fo: a church at Alwood. Lenning - Kubly wedding The Rev. R. vid and Joel, T. Muellers, Da- are on vacation The wedding will take plac it-St. Joseph's Catholic churd .h'-';.West.'l4bi9rty- Sept. 10, am ;hey will make their home ir Livermore, Two lo bo elected at Twin Rivers Livermore — The regular annual Twin Rivers Community school district election will be held Monday, Sept. 12, with polling places open from 12 noon to 8 p.m. Two members at large for a term of three years and a district treasurer are to be elected. The two members whose term has expired are Tommy Kissinger of Livermore and Keith "Buzz" Holland of Bode. CONGRATULATIONS — Mr. and Mrs. Levi Pennington, formerly of Solon and now resi dents of Mechanics ville, received wedding anniversary congratulations from President and Mrs. Johnson on the occasion of their 65th wedding anniversary which was Aug. 14. The Penningtons have ten children, 39 grandchildren, 50 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS this week at Chubb Lake, Carlton, Minn., with their daughter the Les Karjalas. . Carl Ruger, Meson City, was a Sunday visitor with his mother, Mrs. Olga Ruger. He also called at his cousin Mrs. Lydia Lund's. Mrs. John Stampka, Mario and Jackie, and Terry Burgess attended the rodeo at Sidney last week and visited the Grays in Shenandoah. . : . ,. V John Stampka, son Jackie, son- in-law, Jim Gray, : Algoha, took their daughter Mario Stampka to Cedar Rapids Sunday. She has employment at Collins Radio. The Walter Bierstedts were Sunday visitors with their son the Norbert Bierstedts, Algona. The John Vosses Jr., had as guests Sunday, his parents the John Vosses, Sr., Algona, sister the Herman Wises, Wesley, their son the Delmer Vosses, of Eagle Grove, and their daughter LeOta Ann, Mrs. Rex Liu and Lamcy, Wichita, Kans., visiting here, The Ralph Stplls had as guests Sunday for their son the Dennis Stolls, Darrel and Darin, of Eagle Grove, her parents the Sanders Schnuells, Goldfield, for the third birthday of Darin Stoll. The Stanley Hodinas, of Floyd, and Mrs. Lucette Hodina, Conrad, were visitors Saturday at Allen Blake's. Mrs. Myrtle Eojleston, of Lu- Verne, her daughter the Charles Nygaards, Wesley, were weekend visitors in Des Moines with Beulah and Doris Eggleston. The Nygaards attended the fair. Mrs. Eggleston and Beulah went to see The Sound of Music. Daryl Trauger and his cousin Ronald Trauger and their friends, Elaine and Clara Schnakenberg, spent Friday at the fair in Sherry Rae Lenning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lenning, Humboldt, and John Mel. vin Kubly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly, LuVerne, were married Aug. 21 at Our Saviour's Lutheran church, Humboldt. As : , sistant pastor Arthur Montgomery officiated at the double ring ceremony. . ••; Maid of honor was Wandai Kirchkoff, Minneapolis. Bridesmaids were Bonnie Born, Hum- ( boldt, and Linda McVay, Hunv" bold't. Best man was Larry Kubly .-'Lake City, Minn, Groomsmen were James Rugg, Des Moines, and Douglas Lenning, the bride's brother, Humboldt. Ring bearer was Harlo Lenning, cousin of the bride, Orange, Calif. Keith and Mark Hansen, were, candle.fight- ers, tfshers were 'Roger^Lenning, Humboldt, Marvin Meyer, Cor with, .James Graham, Pioneer, and Duane Sampson, Goldfield. John Mokelbust, Humboldt, was soloist, accompanied by Don Lannihg, Orange, Calif. reception for 300 guests was VVSCS plans a smorgasbord September 29 BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 Livermore FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR held ', in the church fellowship hall . following the ceremony Mrs,.' Roger Lenning had the guest book. Mrs. Leighton Han sen'and. Mrs. Peter Ruberg cul th^'cake. Mrs. Lewis Sampson alnd Mrs. Don Lenning poured coffee. Serving punch were Carol Johnson and Becky Lenning. Displaying gifts were Mrs. Marvin Kubly, Mrs; Larry Kubly; Diana Larson and Mrs. Ron Klassey. Waitresses were Diana Behrends, Judy Van Gronigan, Ann Lenning and Mary Beth Marchant. Gift pages were Gregory and Neil Hansen and Becky and Dorothy Marchant. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Henry J, Lenning. Out of town guests came from Orange, Calif., Austin, Hayfield, Lake City, Minn:, Des Moines, Brooklyn, Spencer, Cedar Falls, Vinton, Guthrie Center, Greenfield, Cedar Rapids, Randall, Clear Lake, LuVerne, Ft. Dodge, Clarion, Corwith, Badger, Pioneer, Gilmore City, Goldfield, Ottosen, Renwick, Thor, Hardy, Rolfe, Rutland and Livermore. She is a 1963 graduate of the Humboldt high school and was a bookkeeper at Humboldt Trust & Savings bank. He is a 1963 graduate of the LuVerne high school and. will be in partnership with his brother in general contracting at Zumbro Falls, Minnesota. After a honeymoon to the Black Hills, they will be at home at Zumbro Falls, Minn. LuVerne — The Methodist WSCS met on August 23rd with Mrs. William Goetsch to draw plans for the smorgasbord sup per Sept. 29. Present were Mrs. Allen Blake, Mrs. Brjan Ste art, -Mrs. Laura Zwiefel, Mrs. Faye Ldchty, Mrs, LeRoy Weber Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Mrs. Joseph ""TTT n fT" "rrr'Tt "Yniflmr COME FOR WEDDING Weekend guests at the paren tal Melvin Kubly's were the Lar ry Kublys, Lake City, Minn. They came for the wedding of his . brother John Kubly, and Sherry, Rae Lenning, in the Our "Saviour Lutheran church in Humboldt. Larry Kubly was best man. A reception was held after the rehearsal Saturday evening at the parental Melvin Kubly's, LuVerne. Mrs. William Hedrick went t< Okoboji for a few days with he: daughter Phyllis, the Dale Si fohns, Fort Dodge, in a cottage there for a week. Mrs. Rex Liu and year old daughter Lancy, Wichita, Kans., are guests of Mrs. Liu's parents he John Vosses Jr. Mrs. Liu is .he former LeOta Ann Voss. Mr. Liu will join them here later and they plan a trip to Formosa to visit his parents and family. The Legion Auxiliary will meet in the town hall Sept. 5. Mrs. Allen Blake will preside. Hostesses are Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Mrs. Nels Jensen. Entertainment is by Mrs. Frank Gron- baciv and Mrs. Marie Jackson. Postmaster Bert C. Ramus attended a school of zip code in Fort Dodge Tuesday. The Frances Shoreys, Sharon and Sharey, and Zelda Witzel were guests Sunday in Des Moines of Mrs. Shorey's son the LeRoy Witzels, Lisa, and Larry, for the third birthday of Lisa Wit- •^^pevwMMFftvenfliejejpTiTVrW v« MI* cww «'wf' 1 * l "^''i* v ' ^'* Mrs. Lycinda Stone was in At lantic Friday to Sunday and vis ited her son Ronald, a finance analyst for Walnut Grove Pro ducts and Grace Chemical Co. They spent Saturday in Omaha. Earl John was admitted to the Lutheran hospital late Tuesday for medication. The Arthur W. Dimlers visited Wednesday to Sunday in Clarence, with their daughter, Vera, Most stores dost for Labor day The LuVerne Commercial club _nnounced Tuesday that most stores will be closed in LuVerne all day Labor day, Sept. 5. Barbecue chicken Sunday vis- .tors of the Rev. Roy A. Biese- meyers were the Harold Van? neys, Renwick. The Adolph Koestert and their guests, his daughter Henrietta, the Robert Muellers, four children, just returned from Germany, were guests Saturday of Mrs. Koester's brother the Albert Schneiders. They were also coffee guests Friday of Mrs. Martha Schneider, mother of Mrs. Koester. Sunday guests were the Thees Schnakenberg, Henry, Elaine, Daryl Trauger, and John Schnakenbergs. Honored were their guests the Robert Muellers. Mr. Mueller and Mark and John left Monday for Cedar Rapids, their former home. The Adolph Koesters will take Mrs. Mueller, Paul and Rose, to Cedar Rapids Thursday to assist in their new home. Irvington By Mae McLean Mrs. Hazel Sabin had as week- Des Moines. The Edward Behnkendorfs and Dennis, Rutland, and Philip Fouarge, Livermore, were Monday guests at Harold Ristau's for the birthday of Mrs. Ristau, sister of Mrs. B»hnkendorf, and daughter of Philip Fauarge. The Leonard Hendersons, f Inv hurst, III, visited Wednesday to Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Minnie Henderson, brother the Larry Hendersons, LuVerne, and with brothers and sisters of Mrs. Henderson at St. Benedict and Corwith, the Grandgenetts. The Ralph Davidsonf attended Hobo day at Britt Tuesday. BACK FROM SERVICE Gary Ellifritz has been discharged from the air force. He spent three years at a base in Selfridge, Mich. He is now at his parents the Bonnie Ellifritz- es. Gary and his brother Danny recently discharged from army, are employed by the McGuire Construction Co. at Mason City. the Don Ireys. The Dick Harms, Johnson, CLASSMATES MEET Suzanne Dudley had classmate girls of 1965, at her parents the Clyde Dudley's Monday. Of the 11 girls present were Clara Sdv- nakenberg, Linda Nelson, Nancy Brink, Suzie Black, Mrs, James Lenz. John is on vacation aunt and uncle, the Celeen with her Robert Bravicks, Britt. Henry Loerweld, Fred Hin* and Herman Hinz visited in Marshalltown with his son the Charles Loerwalds. They also visited Fred Hinz, brother of Herman Hinz, and Chris Ruberg at the Veteran's Home. They called at Charles John's, brother of Earl John, LuVerne. Harold Ristau and Lee C. Wittmeier spent the weekend fishing at Avon, S. p. The Capt. John Christensen family, Oinaina, were weekend guests of the John Schnaken- bergs. The Wayne $enfords and Con nie are on vacation in Minnesota. They will attend Twins baser ball games. HAVE HAY RIDE MYF of the LuVerne Methodist church had a hay ride Tuesday followed by home made ice cream. The James Mallorys are sponsors. Carol Ristau, employed in Ft, Dodge this summer, and her fiance, Eldred Easterliouse, Maryville, Mo., were weekend guests at the parental Harold Ristau's. Sunday evening the third birthday of Kevin Kubly, son of the Larry Kublys, was observed. Guests were his family, grandparents, grea^t-grandparents, the Frank Johnsons, Humboldt, and great-aunt, the Robert Marehamts of Livermore, aunt, the Marvin Meyers, LuVerne. The Thees Schnakenbergs took their daughter Clara, sophomore at Ames, Friday for rush week. They heard Lawrence Welk that evening at the fair. Their daughter, Elaine, 1966 graduate of LuVerne high school, is enrolled at Ames this fall. The Rev. R. T. Meuller, pastor, and delegate Paul Maas attended Walther League camp at Lake Okoboji for an Iowa West District convention of the Missouri Synod. Mrs. Ella Nelson, Ringsted, was a Wednesday guest of Mrs. Alma Madden. The James Mallorys were weekend guests of the Manchesters in St. Paul. Neb., visited Sunday and Moa- day at Albert Wilhelm's. The women are sisters. Saturday their daughter Arlene, the Duane Hunters, Ralston, Neb., came. Guests Sunday were children of the Wilhelms;. They were the Richard Larsons, Sioux City; Dennis Wilhelms, Belmond; Lou Hippens, Thor; Keith Wilhelms, Sac City; Loren Wilhelms, Boone; Roger Days, Humboldt; and the Milton Wilhelms, of Lu- Verne. The Wayne Smiths, Lisa and Susan, Clear Lake, the Gary Ites and John, Iowa Falls, were Sun day guests of the parents, the Lester Smiths. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville weni to Des Moines Monday to visi and was a guest of the Alex Ev ans. Edward Hof, of the Rotary Ann rest home, Eagle Grove was a Sunday guest of his dau ghter Thelnia, the Harold Trau- gers. Coffee guests Monday at the Charles Hinz home were her niece the Orville Westcotts, of Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. David Trauger and sister Kris Hanselman, Ames, were weekend guests of their parents the Carl Hanselmans. Picnic guests Sunday at Wayne Sanford's were Mrs. Minnie Dickie, her son Vaughan Esher, and two boys, Mason City, the Fred Baumgartners, Edward Gramenz, the Durwood Burtises and Peggy; Mrs. Audrey Baunv gartneri Cindi and Vicki. Wednesday guests of the James Stahls were the Bob Sch- roeders, St. Ansgar. The men served together in the army and had not been together since basic training. The Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer, Rita, Patterson and Zelda Mitzel were at Twin. Lakes state park for a sub-district Youth Council The Rev. Biesemeyer was in charge. Tht Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyers were in the Twin Lakes state park Fridsay at a Fort Dodge district picnic for ministers. They also visited friends in Rockwell City. end guests, her cousins, the Leo ioulteirs, Davenport. They had attended funeral services Saturday for Mr. Coulter's brother, George Coulter, 81, held at the Baptist church at Stratford. The Coulters and Mrs. Hazel Sabin spent Sunday at West Bend, and the Coulters returned home on Monday. The Herman Beckers, Irvington, spent a few days last week at Madison, Wis., visiting the Les Forsburgs, Mends they had met in Hawaii. From there they went north to the Dells, and returned home Sunday. The Oliver Knudsens, Irvington, left Monday' for 'a week'.at River View Park in Cedar Falls. They are staying in the Marie Maass cottage, a sister of Mrs. Knudscn. Marie Maass is. in lochester at the Mayo Clinic, having a checkup this week. A surprise birthday dinner held at Mrs. Phyllis Struther's, ural Algona, was for her son Freddie's 13th birthday Sunday, August 28. Present were the Louis Elberts, Pocahontas, Joe Sykeses, Carroll, Elmer Wagners Del Wagners, Webster City, Lar ry Wagners, Blairsburg, Mrs Violet Sykes, Freddie's grand mother, Livermore, L. B. White Howard Walker, both of Algona and the Ed Rich family of Whit temore. Mrs. Marguerite Hayes had as weekend guests the John Hayes THURIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1966 and Janet and Susan of Cedar Rapids. They returned home Monday. They attended the antique auto show held at the Elmer Dole's. The Lawrence Millers were guests Sunday of Mrs. Miller's aunt, the Ray Miners, Dakota City. Other guests were Mrs. Miller's father and step-mother, the Victor Applegates, and Mrs. Wayne Byerly and children, Ames, Mrs. 'Elmer Potter, Algona. Mrs. Margaret Kent family, Algona, were callers. Mrs. Wayne Byerly and children will leave Ames Sept. 7 for Des Moines, and will go by jet to San Francisco. The same day they will leave San Francisco by military air transport for Japan, where she will join her husband in the navy stationed in southern Japan. The Byerlys will be in Japan for two years. When Mrs. Byerly arrives at San Francisco, she will go to the Japanese Embassy, where she will receive her visa. She is a sister of Mrs. Lawrence Miller. A picnic Sunday at Mrs. Florence Colwell's and Claude Fowler's, Irvington, was attended by the A. J. Larsens, Geneva, Bill Snells, Mason City, Floyd Colwells, and Ray Hart, Humboldt, the Bob Mungers and Debbie, M. L. Vander Waals, Mrs. Ethel Colweil, Algona, the Charles \Colwells, St. Benedict, Mrs. Marie Colweil, Algona, the Bernard Capesiuses, Wayne Wick- wires and B. O. Davises. . Wayne Patterson and Ivedale Peitz spent Saturday in Minneapolis at the Minnesota state fair. ATTENDS SHORT COURSE George Hanselman, LuVerne, s attending a management for department heads short course his week — Aug. 29 - Sept 2 — n Kansas City, Mo. Emphasis in .his course is on training departmental managers of local cooperatives in personnel management. WANT ADS WANT — Steady help for Lu- Verne Enterprise restaurant. Contact Robert Verne. Nielsen, Lu- llw67-69 SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new, sews forward and reverse, with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, monogramdng, and fancy stitch, designs. Fully guaranteed. Can be seen in your area. Make eight payments of $4.93 a month or will discount for cash. Write: Finance, 1314 Payne Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 67-69 FOR SALE — 1 year old blood .tested hatchery flock of Buff Minorcas, also, 1 year old flock of White Rocks. Call 882-3335, LuVerne. 23w69-72 LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 »9 5:00 1:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa phone TU 2-3228 IP NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 Bulk spreader service FERTILIZE YOUR FIELD* THE FAST, EASY WAYS /Vo tegs to lift Ho bags to hiut • ief the tolk specter <fa it alt, Call us for fast, economical bulk-spreader service, We bulkspread clein, green, uniform Smith-Douglas* PELLEFORM* ferti>i$er, with TREL« (important tract. elements) added, Anises to suit pur 'toil and LuVerne Crop Service RICHARD ORONBACH, Mo.r. Phom 88?-3234

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