Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1966
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given shower ^^ / 1 l " *fr* ,1 1 ipJL-3 at Lucky Striker* leagut W Livermore Co-op ____ ? Hamm's Insurance ~_ 7 Botfe, Lflicker ;t*r±L 7o Llvcrmore — A bridal shower held Tuesday evening, Sept. in Che Fellowship hall of the Lutheran church in honor of Miss Linda Benn of Mason City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benn 6f Rake, who will marry Larry Sharp of Ventura, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp of Liv ermore. Corsages were presented to the two mothers, Mrs. Benn and Mrs. Sharp 'and to Miss Benn. ,' Mrs. Keith Smith of Humboldt Was in charge of the program. Karen and Gail Leffel of Annboy, Minn., cousins of the groom-to- be played a couple of piano duets' and Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Donald Faith of. Rutland gave a skit. Written questions and answers were given' out to the guests and were presented to the Honored guest. ' Decorations were carried out in the colors of white and moss green with a large bouquet of white chrysanthemums and fernery, green candles and napkins oh. the serving table. A sister-in- law, Mrs.- Phillip Benn and her younger sister, Marcie, helped with the gifts. Mrs. Phillip Benn served the punch and : Mrs. Melyin Leffel .poured the coffee. Those on. the committee w°r«; Ernest Haack, Mrs. Ray- ,mond Graaf, Mrs. Maurice ui- 'son, Mrs. Keith Smith, Mrs. Poh- ial'd Faith, Mrs. Myrtle Stittz, Mrs. Melvin Leffel and Miss' Gail v Leffel. Miss Benn graduated from 'high school at Kake, attended two years of Junior college in iMason City and is employed as a' ' medical secretary at jone of ,the hospitals in Mason City. Mr. Sharp is a graduate of Twin "Rivers high'school at Bode and ,;of a Barber school in Pes Moines i and is employed in a barber shop •in Ventura while attending col- flege in Mason City. ( The wedding will take place 'Saturday evening, Oct. 1 at the L i i 1 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 7 8 D«»aL-_-__ ttitf&fo J ________ _V_. 4 Sawyer's ____________ 3 Imperial Cafe _______ 3 Baker Truck Line ____ 2 Livermore State Bank 1 Livermore Lanes'" ____ 0 Hifh Ttam S«ri«t Livermore Co-op ________ 2087 M & M ____ 1 _____________ 1998 Hamm Insurance ______ — 1968 High Individual S«r!«* Shirley Zeflor* _________ _1- 462 Agnes Smith ___________ ,*•- 461 Marge Wilson ____________ 457 High team OaitM Co-op. _!_!____ 714 . M & M ___:__—- ------- 709 Bode Locker ___ __________ 694 High Individual Game Agnes Smith _— : — — — 187 Marge Wilson ___ _ — ----- 175 Shirley Zenor ____ - -------- 174 2-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE Children vfcmie ; Mfg. Jacobsen and Mrs. Bollock went home with a 1 sister from Jefferson. On their return home Monday evening the Polders stopped at Jefferson for the two ladies and brought them back to Humboldt. Mrs. Ray Fitch of Burt U spending Some time in the home 6f her dauhgter, Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz. Mr. Fitch is now residing in-the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Mr*. Nellie Hanifan Ostermeyer of Sidttk 'City Was a caller in the Louis Behounek home Thurs Ex-Livermore man dies from heart attack Livarmora— Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Fullerton received a telephone call Tuesday evening, Sept. 6 that their son Harold, 48, of Le Mesa, Calif- bad died of a heart attack in Pkla)ioma where, he .Lutheran church in Rake •they will live in Ventura. and been driving coast to for the past year or so. He was born'and raised near, Liycrmore and graduated from the Uyermore high school. He also had been in the Navy Air porps for over 21 years. Funeral services' were in the Catholic church at LaMesa with military rites and burial in military cemetery on Monday Sept. 12. He leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Fullerton of Liver more, his wife, Eleanor, and two sons, Pean and David of LaMesa his son, Richard, who/has beet raised by his grandparents, an< a daughter Kathleen, Mrs. Sphol Of Hampton, Va., and a sister Poris, Mrs. Thornburg of Mesa, Ariz. EQUALITY CLUB i The Equality club had its first meeting of x the year Thursday, .Sept. 8 at the Imperial Cafe in Bode. A 1:30 luncheon was served and .hostesses for the meeirig ,.were the Calendar^ committee, 3Mrs. Louis Behounek, Miss Mar- Devine)" Mrs. Dorothy Livermore LuVerne have meeting day afternoon. While here she klsb "Visited'other friends and i-elatives. Thtra wa« a ChrisMitMn fanv ly' picnic ''dinner 'held at the fohn 'Cox home in LuVerne on >iihday 'which incjUded Mrs. Tom ChristehSen and the three sons and four daughters and their families^ The ones attend- ng from Livermore were Mr and Mrs! Dale' Joiner, son Larry of Bagley and daughter Sharon Visitors in the Frtd Hinti nqme from'Sunday until Wednesday were Mrs'. Hintz's twin sister and husband, Mr i and Mrs. Lewis Peterson of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P*ntico and family who have "been living in the Presbyterian parsonage have moved to Bode. visitors in th« John Sharp home were their son, Mir. and Mrs. Paryi Sharp, Todd and Terry of Aurora, ill., Miss Gail Leffel of Ambpy, Minn., Miss Linda Benn of Mason City and their son Larry of Ventura. Women's bowling teams organize LuVerne — An organization meeting of the ladies bowling earns was held at the LuVerne ^anes for the 1966-67 season TWO FARM SALES There will be two farm sales next week in the Livermore area. On Friday, Sept. 23 the Myron. Dudleys are selling their farm, equipment having; givenjup farming but plan to continue living there and the other one is Tuesday evening, 'Sept. 6, announced by Mrs. Theodore John- ion, .sec. Eighteen ladies regis ered and eight teams will be : Roll call was Summer Memories and Mrs. Pete Zeimet gave the •lesson;; Officers ot the club are: president, Miss Margaret Devine; . vice president, Mrs. Dorothy v Ma'lkmus; recording sec., Mrs. ^Richard Dunphy; corresponding sec,, Mrs, Lucy Coriley; treas., ;- : Mrs. Louise Gronbach; Calendar ^Chairman, Mrs, Louis Behounek. ficlub colors are purple and gold, |Club flower, aster, Mrs. Dejlnis fZigrong was the founder of the ;,club and Mrs. Jim Donovan wrote the club song.'''Honorary .members are Mrs. Wilson and ;Mrs. Bess Devine of Winterset. This is the 54th year of the club. f? T y the next da X Saturday, Sept. 24 fi"*Br : ^ the johiTZeimet farm*.'Mr. and Mrs. Zeimet' have bought a house in town and will move into it after the sale. PET WINNERS Those winning prizes in the }Pet Parade at the celebration >were: cutest, 1st Cindy Gron- 'bach, tpy French poodle, 2nd, Diane Coleman; rabbit, 3rd John Thul, puppy; ugliest, 1st, Nancy Harris, cat; 2nd Robbine Baugois, horse; largest, 1st Terry Baugois, horse; 2nd Kathleen, Yaeger, horse; smallest, 1st Terry Harris, kitten; 2nd, Brent Foth, rabbits; •3rd, Carey Coleman, kittens; best costume, 1st L|nda Thul, 2nd Vicki Terwilliger. $1.00, 75c and 5c. Prizes were Mrs, (Catherine M. Wagner and son Dennis and Nick J. Besch of Ottosen were Tuesday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Mitsven. NEW DAUGHTER A girl, weight 8 Ibs. 11 oz. named Jill Carol, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Macintosh on Thursday, Sept. 8 at the hospital in LeMars. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vaughn and Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh/There is also another lit tie girl, Robin, in the family. Ann Wilson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert Wilson, has re turned to Winona, Minn., where she will attend St. Teresa's col lege for her second year. In Jan uary she will go to St. Marys hospital in Rochester, Minn., to begin her studies for nurses training. Visitors in the Anna Murray home on Labor Pay were a nephew, Robert Murray, son of Richard, and daughter Patricia Of Crown Point, ind; ..... Mr, and Mrsi John Olson, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill, Mrs, Jessamine Miller and Mrs. Virgil Hausell attended a historical meeting in the community room of the Humbpldt Trust and Savings Bank in Humboldt Monday eve* ning. The UPW met «t tbf Prwby- first quarterly cohfeirence of the Lu Verne and Livermore Methodist churches was held Wednesday evening, Atig. 31 at the Livermore church. Attending from LuVerne were Mrs, Bryan Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger, Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, Edward Lindebak, L. B; Sheltoh, Bert Ramus, Mrs. Max Patterson, Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph Pavidson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggelston, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Mrs. Alvin Weber, the Rev. and Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer. ! ; Panel discussion of each com4 mission was held. From LuVerne on the panel were Harold Trauger, Mrs. Stewart, Edward Lin? debak and William Gqetsch. WSCS CIRCLES MEET Circles of the Womans Society of Christian Service met Wednesday, Sept. 7 as follows: Circle 1 at Mrs. Faye Ldchtysj with Mrs. Chester Sill co-hostess> Roll call was answered by a verse from Luke. Pevotions, Mrs. Ralph Pavidson and lesson, Mrs! Duane Neal. Mrs. Liehty, chairman, presided at business. Miss Grace Liehty, Rotary Ann Home, Eagle Grove, Mrs. Melinda Frenz Mason City, mother of Mrs Theodore Johnson, were guests Circle 2, at the Mrs. Frances Sharey home. Twelve members answered roll call, How did you spend your vacation. Pevo'Jons Mrs. Percy Brink, lesson, Mrs Clara McClellan. Mrs. Clif Bjus trpm, chairman, presided. Mrs. Tfessa Lee of "Morris, Minn., a guest. Circle 3 at the Mrs. Bryan Stewart home. Nine members ary for the 196? reunion. represented werts LuVerhe, Ren" Hardy and Humboldt. took his TOWESTMAR George Schneteer PUSLISHIO AS PART OF tHB KOSSUf H COUNTY AOVANCI 230 enrolled in LuVerne school Total •nrellnwnt In the ' LuVerne school system this year is 280 pupils with the boys outnumbering the girls 155-125. 0* the number, 192 are in the grade and junior high and 88 in the senior high. The senior class number* 21 with the largest "classes kindergarten at 31, ' sixth grade at 27 and ninth grade at 26. " ' ' ' '*'"- '''''' : THUKSDAV, *|Pf, daughter Connie Saturday to Le Mars where she has enrolled at Westmar college. Connie was a 1966 graduate of the LuVerne Community high school. Miss Grace Liehty, Who live? at the Rotary Ann Rest Home, Eagle Grove, came Tuesday for a visit with her sister-in-laiiv Mrs. Faye Lichty. Dies after from horse in Montana LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. Wil Ham Goetsch took their son-in law, Jon Putnam of Algona tc Minneapolis, Minn., .Tuesday Sept. 6, to \take a jet plane tc Billings, Mont. .• , Jon's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson of Sioux City were on vacation visiting her uncle, the Leon Fields at Billings, Mont. They were riding horses and Mrs. Peterson, 31, was thrown from her horse. She was in the hospital at Billings in critical condition, where she passed away. Survivors include her husband, a son David, 10, a daughter, Jan, 8, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darel Putnam, Ponca, Neb., two brothers and three sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Goetsch attended the . funeral of Mrs. Peterson, Monday, Sept. 12, at Ponca, Neb., with burial there. answered roll call verse from Daniel. Devotions Miss Myrtle Jordan,, lesson, ; Mrs. Ralph.J sponsored. Sponsors to be: Pat- ;ersbh Trucking, Pioneer Cheese, LuVerne'Beauty Shop, K& H Oil, Traujge'r'S /Grocery, Les^Barber .,,•,, T ^ Shop, Village Pump; One spon- presided Mrs. Laruma Kanwis- sor yet to report cher ' Waseca, Minn., aunt of • Rev. Roy Biesemeyer, was a guest. Each circle completed plans for the smorgasbord, Sept. 29. NEW FALL HATS MARCIA'S re terian church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz as the hostess. Mys. Guy Raney gave the devotions and Mrs. Jessamine Miller conducted the business meeting. There was election of officers with the following being elected: Mrs. Jessamine Miller was re-electe4 as president; Mrs. John Olson, vies pres.; M.rs. Fred Pooch, sec.; Mrs. Lawrence Frederick, treas. It was also decided to have a bake sale on Saturday, bet! 1. Mrs. Harold Polder gave the lesson and lunch was served. Mr. and Mr*, Robert Wilton and daughters attended the wedding of Mr. Wilson's niece at Waterloo recently. Mr. an* Mr*. H«rold (felder and Pavid went to Ogden Sunday to attend the open house for fhe golden wedding anniversary of Mr. Polder's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Polder. They were AUXILIARY MEETS The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the LuVerne town hall with 15 members present. Mrs: Allen Blake, president, presided. She gave a report of the recent county meeting at Ledyard. The quota of 100 cookies to be sent to Woodward in January was announced. The name of Girl's State has been changed to American Legion Auxiliary Girl's State. A past president pin \yas presented to Mrs. Owen Curry by Mrs. Blake The Poppy order for 600 smal and 100 large poppies has been placed by the chairman, Mrs Bryan Stewart. The next county meeting will be held Nov. 8 at Lone Rock.... The entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Frank Gropibach and Mrs. Marie Jackson. The lostesses were Mrs. Ralph Pavid son and Mrs. Nels Jensen. Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Kubly Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Marty, Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Lu Verne, Mr, and Mrs. Peter Ru berg of Fort Podge attended the open house Sunday, Sept. 4 honoring the 50th wedding anni versary of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Kubly at Madelia, Minn. The event was held at the home of a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Haugland. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ruberg, Fort Podge, visited the Minnesota State fair in Minneapolis. They then visited in Lake City, Minn , with the Larry Kub- lys, in Zumbro Falls, Minn., with the John Kublys, son of the Melvin Kublys. Also in Rushford, Minn., with the Frances Ruberg family, son of the Peter Ru- bergs. Mr. and Mrs. John Kubly, Zumbro Falls, Minn., were week- accompanied by ^WQ sixers, Mrs,. 344 ¥??• Mr, Dolder's of Hum- From Og4en, the Pjolders on to Iowa City fe> visit theif son and family, Mr. end the visitors of their parents, Melvin Kublys, LuVerne. 9nd Lloyd Lennings, Humboldt. John came for guard duty. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnson and son were her sister, Miss Bonnie Frenz of Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande were her 83-year-old aunt, Mrs. Agnes Anderson of Aurelia, her son, Mr. and Mrs/ Oswald Anderson of Cheroke'e and their daughter Carolyn Anderson teacher in the Webster City school. Mr. and Mrs. Clif Bjustrom spent Saturday and Sunday at cottage at Clear Lake. They were joined by the Quentin Bjustroms of Burt, the Cecil Bjustroms o| Lone Rock and the Lawrence 1 Bjustroms of Stratford. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz and Lester were her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stevens, Mike and Cynthia of Scranton. Mrs, V. B. Shirk of Linn Grove was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Shirk. Sunday they visited a cousin, Mrs. Eldrecl Shupe, in Clarion. Mrs, Harold Wojf took her nephew Terry Sanford to Fort Dodge Wednesday 1 where he- took a bus for his home at Lancaster, Calif., after six weeks visit here. He was accompanied lonie by his cousin Dick Mc- of Clear Lake. Mrf, Max Block was released Sunday from the Hancock County Memorial hospital at Britt. She was a medical patient there the past week. J ,1 club held their first meeting of the club year with a pot-luck covered dish luncheon at the LuVerne town park Friday, Sept. 9. Business followed conducted by new president, Mrs. Albert Hefti. $5 was voted for each the Community Chest drive and LuVerne Planning Council. Miss Grace Liehty of the Rotary Ann Home, Eagle Grove, visiting here, was a guest. Mr. and Mr$. William Prior of Grove were recent visitors in LuVerne and called in the Ralph Stoll home. AT WORKSHOP Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer and tfrs. William Goetsch attended a WSGS workshop at Gowrie on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the Methodist church. Mrs. Biesemeyer is a djstrjct secretary of Campus Ministry"~and will conduct a class on such. Mrs. Goetsch will give a report on the 7th assembly meet ng she attended in May at Port land, Ore., and she will also con duct a class for chairmen oi Circles. Other workshops will be hek at Laurens, Sept. 16; GoldfieM, Sept. 20; Riverside, Fort Podge, Sept. 23. Ladies of the LuVerne society will attend the workshop at Goldfield Sept. 20. The Genard Towne», Manton, visited her parents, the Earl Neals, the first of last week. The Hector Knarys, Rock Island, 111., visited his parents, the Emmet Knarys, Simday to Thursday. The parents returned with them to visit. Arthur Heinkel, Davenport, i» visiting in the home of his broth er, the Charles Heinkels. The Ralph Thompsons, Oma ha, Neb. ^visited his aunt, the Grover Rentzes, Saturday. Mrs Rentz accompanied them to Ma son City to visit another brother the Robert Thompsons. Thej were joined by their sisters Mrs Art Hanna and Nellie Thomp son, Manly, for the day at the Robert Thompsons. They are children of the late Charles and tfrs. Myrtle Gregory Thompson. (Irs. Thompson was a sister of Mrs. Rentz. The Jphri Schnakenbergs, Thees Schnakenbergs, Thursday attended the wedding of a Friend, Richard 'Poppe, in the Lutheran church, Muscoda, Wi s They were weekend gliests of Mrs. Henry Bodenbinder at Boscobel, Wis. Sunday were guests of the Cord Poppes, Hithlin, Wis. Enroute home they visited the Billy, Clocks and the Little Brown Church at Nashua. ' The Charles Heinkels, their guest, his brother, Arthur Heinkel, thair daughter, the Jack Guys, her mother, Mrs. Sula Frantz, were Wednesday guests of their daughter, the Robert Smith and Larry, Algona. The occasion . was the birthday of Mrs. Heinkel,. .mother of Mrs. Snima Krause, LuVerne,,! md sister of ' Mrs. F Crause, the Edward ZinnellS and he Louie JacObsons, Ottosen. Supt. L. B. Shelton spent the past weekend in Columbia, Mo. fe went to bring Mrs. Sheltoft back to her home here. Mrs, Shcltori' 'accon^pMed' t h 61 1 daugher, Marlene, to Stephens college, Columbia, where she is oh the faculty; Miss Marletie recently returned from a trip to Europe visiting a friend in Spain: The regular monthly me^eting of the Comrade Suhday SOTOO] class has"held 'in the" rooihs oi the LuVerne'EtJB church *Thur$day evening, Sept. 8.' kehttfeth •'" " president; presided and LaGrange and the Dr. P.-L. John- wns who live on Chicago's N6rth ihore. Mrs. Johnson is a cotisin. Before returning home, Mrs. Storte will drive to Madison, Wis., wherle she will be a guest of Mr.' and Mrs. S. H. Messer schmidt for several days. 11 was 'host t'o 'the group. Miss Luella Biumer presented the topic The entertainment was in charge of Mr', and Mrs. Clyde Dudley: Mr. and Mrs: Walter ' Schmel ing and children, Webster, City were K visitors Sunday with Mrs Schmeiing's grandmother^ Mrs Myrtle Eggelstoii^ ' Mr. arid Mrs! Henry Fisher of Crcjston, Neb.; arrived Saturday evening to visit cousins in this area and at Renwick. They were Saturday overnight arid Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hefti. Sunday eyening dinner guests iii the Hefti'.'; home. v ,to honor them were: Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Clancy, Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hefti, Crystal Lake; Mr. arid Mrs.' Edwin Hefcti, Sirs. Anna Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hefti, LuVerne. Mr. and, Mrs. Micky Baker of Mason City called on home town riends Sunday. They were tak- ng Mrs. Baker's grandmother Mrs. Edith Prior, who they took ,o Fort Dodge for a bus to return to Sioux City. Mrs. Lucinda Stone drove to Chicago, 111., where she is spend- ng a week visiting her sister Mr. arid Mrs. William C. Kraft in Hoover Sweepers Maytag Washers Monarch Ranges AT Hardware LuVerne 882-3370 Renwick 2222 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 ! N I! 1 Ml I I I I I Richard Krause was honored guest Friday .on the occasion of his birthday. Guests were his parents, the Clarence Krauses, Howard Krauses, his aunt, Miss MEMORIAL SOCIETY The LuVerne Memorial Socity met at the town hall with 20 present. Guests were Mrs. Lester Smith, the Misses Violet and Luella Swiger, LuVerne, and Miss Grace Liehty, living at the Rotary Rest Home, Eagle' Grove. Mrs. Anne Smith, president, presided at .the business meeting. The society voted $5 for the coming Community Chest drive and $5 for the LuVerne Planing Council. Bingo was played, followed by refreshments served by the hostesses, Mrs. Elmer Kubley, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston and Mrs. Bryan Stewart, brpther, of Mason, pity. is, Minn., Robert and, their faniiiy Wajtber League met o| the UsVerne gion church. Ev. eyeiung with Henry berg h,os|. M^ss Cojeieft Joim pre 5ide<l followed. Social hour NEW GRANDSON Mrs. May Williams (Mrs. Dr. T.' L. Williams) announces she has a new great grandson. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Williams of Des Moines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams of Algona, have a son by adoption. He was born August 24, 1966 at Des Moines and his name Patrick Barton. They got him when five days old anc| is their first child. TO RUSH WEEK The Misses Clara and Elaine Sclmakenberg, daughters of the Thees Schnakenbergs, have gone to Iowa State, Ames, for rush week and entering the fall term of college. Both girls are 1965-66 graduates of LuVerne Community high school. Clara is a Delta Zeta sorority member and Elaine has pledged Alpha Chi Omega. KRAUSE REUNION A Krause reunion was held at the LuVerne town hall Sept. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hunt were elected as president and secre- LUVERNE CLINIC I DR. R. P. BRAINERD Wffk 8:30 to 12:00 1:00^5:00 , Clo»«d til tuVtrot/ low* IF NO ANSWER, Call TU S«tyrdfvi 8=30 to 12=00 1:00 to 5:00 Phoot TU I-I2II WOULD YOU BELIEVE... THE NEW BRADY GRINDER-MIXER WILL .EQUAL OR OUT PERFORM ANY OTHER MILL ON THE MARKET? Big claim? You bet it is! An4 we're prepared to back it up with proof. Why not let tis show you what makes the BRADY the finest in the field . . , at any price. Just ask us for a FREE demonstration on your farm. No obligation. It'a all the proof you'll need! Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS—I wish, to ; 'tharik'all tny friends for cards™ letters and visits when I was hospitalized. Special thanks to the Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer for visits. Mrs. Max Block. 72 - 10 FOR YOUR HOME... FARM GRINDER-MIXER Hay and ear corn are no problem for a BRADY! Grinds and niixes to'your own feed sped, fications. Precision engineered^ and time-tested to blend con* centrates, grains and roughage —use in filling silos. Will de. liver high moisture ground ear corn and ground shelled corn intp silos up to 5Q' high, CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa Cedar Cpme iii and we the exciting Knotty Cedar ... for the first time available in economical labor saving 4' * S' panelf. It olBferg lasting beauty mellows w}th age , , . warm coloring and dramatic knot patterns. LuVtmt Bltff. C«, Lumber and Building Material Store LuVerne/ lewa WOULD YOU YOU CAN CUT YOUR LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH A BRADY 4-ROW CHOPPER? Yes . .. and we can guarantee it! Want proof? Just ask for a FREE demonstration on your farm. No obligation. You'll see in a hurry why BRADY is FIRST in 4-row sales\..FIRST in performance in the field. BRADY FIELD SHREDDERS Giant 4-row model cuts a full 144"! The most copied 4-row on the market.-Also available in 2 smaller models to cut 80" or GO" wide. These "beefed-i:p" units completely shred and pulverize tough, thick, stalks ... with less tractor power than you can imagine. CARROLL GARA6E LuVerne, Iowa STORAGE PLOW DOWN SMITH-DOUGLASS FERTILIZER MOW! Fall plow down saves time in the spring. Clean, green, high ' analysis Smith-Douglcics PElLEFORrvfwith TRElf (trace elements) saves labor. Fall application means more favorable weather With firmer fields and roads; elimination of storage, and greater availability of fertiliser In every grqde. LuVerne Crop Service Phon« 882-3234 „ twVtrnt

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