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Elevator at Livermore lias annual meeting Liver-more—The annual din* ner for the stockholders of the Livermore Farmers Co-op Elevator was held at the Methodist church Wednesday evening, Sept. 14 with 42$ people attending. The dinner was prepared and served by members of the WSCS. A business meeting was held latsr at the Legion hall with 'Carl Swanson and Harold Roethler being re-elected as directors. The other five directors arc Alvin Berts, Jerry Weydcrt, Henry Groh, Lloyd Larson and Vernon Hobanbcirg. Robert Rowe, Ceiir tral City, has been hired as the new managsr and will be moving his family here shortly. JANICE THUL ELECTED Nine members of the Junior Auxiliary attended the 8th district convention of the Junior Auxiliary at; Gowrie Saturday, Sept. 10. They were. accompanied by their leader, Mrs. Richard Thill ,and Mrs. John Rcnquist. Election of officers Was held. and those elected were: Janice Thul, Livermore, - chairman; Barbara Wille, Williams, vice chairman; Cindy Peterson, West Side, sec.; Judy Rude, Havelock, chaplain; Lynn Munyer, Lea- yard, sergeant-at-arms. The Liy- ermore unit was the only unit present from Humboldt county. The meeting and luncheon was held at the Legion hall in Gow rie with registration at 9 a.m. Those attending were: Beverly and Mary Zeimet, Diane and ill" ' •• ' Livtrmort down Livermore — There are 202 students enrolled in the Livermore school this year, 16 less thart last year. Enrollment by grades are: Kindergarten 29, 1st grade 24, 2nd grade 19, 3rd grade 25, 4tli grade 16, 5'fch grade 23, 6th grade 28, 7th grade 24, 8th grade 23. There are 173 students enrolled at the high school in Bode. 189 enrolled at bhe grade school in Ottosen. Bridal shower at Livermore for Meg Holmes Livermore—-A bridal shower was held in the parish hall of the Catholic dvjich Sunday aft ernoon, Sept. 11 in honor of Miss Meg Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holmes, who will become the bride of Sol Odcnbrett, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Odehbreitt, Dakota City, Sept. 24. Corsages were presented to Miss Holmes, the. two mothers and Meg's grandmother, Mrs. Huby Holmes. Decorations were carried out in pink and white, the bride-to-be's chosen colors. Traveling Bingo was the entertainment and the door prize was won by Jan Johnson. Miss Marilyn Zeman; Mrs. John Green, Jr. and Miss Rosalind Peterson assisted at the gift table. A buffet luncheon was served. Those on the committee were: Mrs. Art Zeman, Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Mrs. Tribune 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Chariine Bormann, Janice and Lori Thul, Pamela and Janine Gronbach and Mary Hosford, AUXILIARY MEETS 1 The Legion Auxiliary met al the Legion hall Monday evening with 24 members answering rol call. The president, Mrs. Richarc McKenna,. conducted the business meeting. Names of the wi ncrs in the Pet Parade which was sponsored by the Auxiliary were read. Lunch was served by Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mrs. Allan Foth, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. John Henquist and cards were played. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bob Berte high, Mrs. Molly Fcth low, and Mrs, Ray Zeimet door prize. Keith Smith, Mrs. Raymond Gales, Mrs., Jerry McCullouglh, Mrs. Maurine Meyers, Mrs. Art Becker, Mrs. Norbert Frideres, Mrs. Howard Barton, Mrs. Robert White, Mrs. Harold Frederick and Mrs. Ed Reimers. Norman Scott returned home Monday from Denver where ne had spent 10 days visiting in the home of his son and wife, the Cecil Scotts, Mrs. Scott ran the produce station during her husband's absence. He went by train Former LuVerne resident visits friends here LuVerne-dDr. Carl D. Lang, Stockton, Calif., visited in the area of LuVerne the past week. The trip was made by air and he was accompanied by his second son, Byron, who,came to enroll as a freshman at Westmar college, LeMars., Dr. Lang is in the College of the Pacific ait Stockton. He is the son of the late Rey.. and Mrs. David Lang, former"early pastor of the LuVerne Evangelical limited Brethren church. Mrs. Lang is the former Marie Fritzemeier, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Fritzemeier, early long time land owners and farmers here. , ; .. Business was also .combined with Dr. Lang's visit here. The farm home on their farm and occupied by the Peder Hjelmeland family was gutted by a fire He took care of the business at hand at the farm. WALLACE PUTNAM DIES The LeRoy Hanselmans received word of the death of a good friend, Wallace Putnam, Sept. 5 at Weaver, Minn. Many people from the LuVerne area have stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Putnam while fishing at Whitman Dam and enjoyed their hospitality. Mrs. Putnam, age 79, will have a household goods sale on Oct. 13, and will then go to live in a retirement home at Wabasha, SMITH BABY A girl weight 8 Ibs. 3'/a oz., named Cynthia Gail, was .born Friday, Sept. 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Smith of Charlotte, N. C. This makes two girls in the family. Great grandmothers of the baby are Mrs. Johanna Smith and Mrs. Carmel Smith. FERSTL SON A boy, weight 8 IDS. 6 ozs., was born Tuesday, Sept. 13 at the Britt hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ferstl of St. Benedict. This makes 4 girls and a boy in the family. The Richard Ferstl's, Liver-more, ents. arc the grandpar- 2-WEEK LEAVE Wayne Seagrin, son of Mr. and •Mrs. Alvin Seagrin, who is stationed on the USS Merrick at San Diego, Calif., is spending a two-week leave with his parents NEW PRIEST Coffee, juice and rolls were served after each Mass Sunday in honor of Father Skohill who is the new parish priest. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Millar of Cass Lake, Minn., spent several days last week at their home in Livermore. They will be returning home for the winter about Oct. 1. Guild met in the parish hall of the Catholic church Tuesday evening with Mrs. Robert Wilson conducting the business meeting. Afterwards cards were played with lunch being served by Mrs. Richard McKenna, chairman., Miss Florence Ottinan co-chairman and their committee. The plate prize was won by Mrs. Vernon Toohey of LuVerne. Mrs. Bill Wilson was hostess to her card club Tuesday at her home with all members present. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards, Mrs. Henry Groh won high, Mrs. Raymond Graaf low, and Mrs. Harold Gjerstad travel. Mrs. Lela Heiter accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosthler to Algona Sunday afternoon and visited friends until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Doege of Woden were visitors in the Ernie Raney home Sunday afternoon. • < Lt. Cdr. Charles G. Raney is low stationed on the Carrier Lexington, in the personnel de- jartmsnt, ,at the Naval Air Star -ion in Pensacola, Fla. His wife and three boys, who have been visiting his parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernie Raney, •and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Valen alt Estherville for the past six weeks, flew to Pensacola last Week where they will be living. LIVERMORE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hinklo of Aftoh, Mr and Mrs. Wallace Wells and Miss Edith Wells of Creston were overnight visitors one night last week with their cousin, .Mrs. Marcia Berryhill. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick, Dale and Kathy, attended the Spencer Fair Saturday, then went on ,to. LeMars to attend the football game that evening. They stayed overnight and spent Sun day with their son Ron who attends college at Westmar. Rick Anderson, son of Mr. ane Mrs. Fritz Anderson, a 1966 Twin Rivers graduate, is attend ing Westmar college at LeMars Celeste Erhardt, Thola Sal mon and Becky Fox were hostes ses for a surprise bridal showei for Kimberly Anderson, a class mate, on Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Frank Sprong All the.girls of "Kim's" class were guests. Guessing games and bride's bingo was the entertain ment. Lunch was served. TO MODELING SCHOOL Mrs, Audrey Baumgartner went Friday to Des Moines to bring 'her daughter Linda Rugg home. Linda, a 1966 graduate of LuVerne Community high school, Was employed by Bankers Life esJ^odnes this summer. She ived, with her brother Mr. and Irs. Jim Rugg while there. Now Miss Linda will go to Chicago where on Oct. 13 she has enrol- ed in the Patricia Stevens mod- ling school. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis drove to Madrid Sunday where they visited in the home of Mrsi. Pavis' brother and wife, the Wayne Stephansons. Mr. and Mrs. Pale Joiner «nd Sharon and Mrs. Tom Christensen of Humboldt took their dinner and went to Bagley Sunday where they visited their son lorry, who teaches there and Jives in a trailer. LUCKY STRIKER LEAGUE Livermore Lanes Week of Sept. 14 Won Bode Locker 10 Livermore Co-op 8 Hamm's Insurance ___ 8 Imperial Cafe 6 Watkins 6 Sawyers 5 Baker Truck Line __ 5 Dasen Oil Co. 5 Bode Co-op 5 M & M ... 5 Los 2 4 4 6 6 7 7 7 3 3 8 11 Livermore State Bank 4 Livermore Lanes ---- \ High Team Series Livennore Bank __________ 1999 Sawyers ________________ 198 Bakers __________ , ________ 193U High Individual Series Margaret Weydert ________ 46i Betty Rongved ____________ 44( Shirley Zenor ____________ 438 Kathy Baker _____________ 438 High Team Game Sawyers __________________ 73 Bank 713 High Individual Game Alice Rosenau 178 Pat McGee 168 Adeline Sharp 168 Pat Kiiey 167 Mary Kay Will weds Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hansel nan were at the Clay: county air Wednesday and Thursday attending the rodeo. They went n their camper trailer house. William Blumer, who lives in Texas, has arrived for his an null visit with his brother Paul Jlumer, LuVerne, and nephew he John Blumers in Sherman ;ownship. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sorensen of Cedar Rapids came to vis- t old home town friends Sept. 17 to 21. They were guests of Mrs. Faye Lichty. Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner, daughters Cindi and Vicki, visited Sunday in Gilmore City with the Richard Nevded family, sister of Mrs. Baumgartner, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Weber of Cedar Rapids were weekend visitors with his parents the Alvin Webers at LuVerne and her parents at Corwith. They attended the WiU-Aagard wedding in the LuVerne Lutheran church Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Richardson, of Slater, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schulz went Thursday to Woodbine to visit for a week with their 'daughter, Betty, the Roy Roed family. The first club year meeting of the Tuesday club was held Sept. 13, at the Mrs. Ralph Davidson home. The new president, Mrs. Anne Smith presided with all ten members present. Mrs. Percy Brink had the lesson topic on "Seeing Iowa." The Good Will club were all guests of Miss Emma Krause on Thursday, Sept. 15, with good attendance. The club voted to make a donation of articles for the Peder Hjelmeland family who lost their. household goods in a recent fire. Mrs. Alvin Weber had the entertainment for the LuVerne — Miss Mary Kay Will, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Will, of Cor with, and Stephen Aagard, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Aagard, of Esther- vine, were' married Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church, LuVerne, at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. R. T. Mueller officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. R. T. Mueller was the organist and accompanied Phillip Hunget, of Corwith, soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her friend, Mrs. Dennis Hewett of Oorwith, was matron of honor and Judy Aagard, Estherville, sister oil the bridegroom, and Gretchen Zentner, LuVerne, cousin of the bride, were the bridesmaids. Dennis Hewett, Corwith, served as best man. Roger Will, of Minneapolis, and Michael Will, Marshalltown, brother and twin brother of the bride, were the groomsmen. Steven Dawson, Corwith, cousin of.the bride, and David Griese, Estherville, were ushers. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church rooms with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mielsori of LuVerne as host and iiostess. Mrs, Maurice Besch ot Whitteimore was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Dale Zentnei', LuVerne, was Mary's personal attendant. : The cake, .which was made by Mrs. Ethel Beer of Corwith, was cut by Mrs., Marion Larson of Hardy,' cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Allen Dickmann of Ceylon, Minn. Pouring was Mrs. LaVoy Dawson of Corwith, aunt of ,!the bride, and dipping punch w|s- Mrs. Ruth Harvego, Estherville.; Waitresses were Maxine*Dornbier, of Des Moines, Carol Root, Minneapolis, and Joyce Paulson, Cedar Falls. Gifts were opened by Charlene Sorensen, Corwith, Mrs. Michael Will, Mai'shalltown, Mrs, Roger Will, Minneapolis, and Debra Robinson, Ackley. Pages were Tim Sorensen, Corwith, and Kenneth Robinson, of Ackley. After a trip to the Black Hills they will reside at 325 Page Avenue, North Mankato, Minn. Out of town guests were from Atlantic, Webb, Ackley, Estljer- ville, Armstrong, Ringsted, Mar- shalitown, Iowa City, Des Moines, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Story City, Humboldt, Blue Earth, Dunnell, Minneapolis, Wilbert Kublys honored on golden wedding LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Kubly of Madelia, Minn:, were honored at an open house Sunday afternoon Sept. 4 at the home of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Marland.Haugen on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. Hosts were their children »0rville of St. James, Minn., Leonard of Garner, Marvin, of Rutland, Iowa, and Mrs. Maugen. There are 17 grandchildren and all were present except Dennis Kubly of Rutland, in the service and Deanne Kubly, of Garner, who is working in Libya. The bride of 50 years was presented with a corsage of yellow roses and Mr. Kubly had a yel low rose boutonniere. Mrs. Em ma Kubly, sister of, Eagle Grove who served as maid of honor at the wedding, was present ,and she received a corsage of pink roses. The grandchildren assisted with host and hostess Miss Karen Kubly-, Ronald Kubly, Charles City, and Gary Kubly, Garner. Dipping punch was Kay Haugen of Madelia and LaNell Ramsvig of West Bend, Iowa. Pouring were 1 Marilyn Kubly of Rutland, Gloria Kubly of Minneapolis and Mrs. Ronald Kubly of Charles City. Presiding at the guest book were Becky Ramsvig of West Bend and Peggy Kubly of Rutland. Smorgasbord Sept. 29 at LuVerne church LuVerne — Final plans are being made for the smorgasbord to be held at the LuVerne Methodist church Thursday, Sept. 29, serving to start at 5:30 p.m. Menu will consist of turkey, dressing, Swedish meat balls, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, buttered corn, baked /beans, salad, pie, rolls, relish plate, sliced tomatoes and coffee. HEINEN BABY Mr. and Mrs. Duane Heinen of Corwith are the parents of their first child, an 8 Ib. 4 oz. daughter Suzette. born Saturday, ,Sept. 17, at the Belmond hospital. Mrs. Heinen, the former Sharon Bosworth, is the daughter of Mrs. LuVerne Bosworth : of Renwick and the late Fred Bosworth. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heinen, of Luj Verne, are the paternal grandparents. The baby is the first grandchild for Mrs. Bosworth and the Heinens. Mrs. Heinen is secretary of the LuVerne Community school. THURSDAY, SIFT. 22, 1966 bers, of Corwithr parents of Mrs. organized. ' Wayne Smith, . , .1 Being new tO'LuVerne, Mr. Weekend guwts of Mr, ind Rembold doesn't yet know too Mrs. Bert C. Ramus were her many people, but likes the ones sister Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fin- he's met Welcome, Mr. Rem- holt arid son Mark, of Decorah. bold. GREGORY HOME Roger. Gregory, in the navy, has just arrived to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Hank" Gregory. He arrived at a California port, flew to Omaha where Joe Guy met him to fly home. Roger came from service in Viet Nam. AT CONFERENCE The Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer, pastor of the LuVerne Methodist church, attended an Iowa Conference Youth Council meeting at Williams, Iowa, Saturday. Hew LuVerne band director LuVerne — A new member of the LuVerne high school faculty is Jack Rembold, the band director. Originally coming from Blair, Neb., he attended Augustana college ait Sioux Falls, majoring in music with minors in psychology and biology. He also took an active part in campus music groups and-golf. Mr. Rembold lives in Humboldt, commutes to work in Lu- Verne Mondays, Tuesday and Fridays. He teaches in the Twin Rivers system Wednesdays and Thursday. Already, Mr. Rembold has initiated a new technique, a student band council. A member of each class .has been chosen to rpresent the class, and works with, Mr. Rembold and • Other band council members to decide on the future plans of the band. Mr. Rembold promises to put the band to work as he gets more COUNCIL MINUTES TOWN Or LUVEfcNE COUNCIL MINUTES Sept. «, 19M Council met In regular session with Mayor Mcillory presiding, and all Councilmen present., , : Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. •• •,_,.' ,, Motion Was made and carried to allow the followlhg bills. .1,,. p. s.':- » Holland'C. Walllne Harold t.Trauger -X-Fred Goetsch Curtis Chopin — - -•-.--Humboldt Concrete Prod. Nielsen's DX . Advance Pub. Co. ...---- — - Mllo Patterson LuVerne Ins. Agency :' Co-Op. Elevator :-->-- Trouger's Mkt. Welp & McCarten Inc. Welp : red Gootsch LuVerne Bldg. Co. James Mallory — Lawion Hdwe. 217.85 316.87 1 17.99 92.30 34.99 96.80 26.40 21.30 147.80 55.00 .. 2.65 15.25 1 18.52 103.50 1.11 200.00 274.56 19.95 22.74 16.94 Skclly Oil Lowell's Skelly ...... N. W. Bell Telephone Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Receipts for August, 1964 .Public Safety .----.$ .75 Utilities ... - 05.08 Rood Use ,Tax. _ - 170.52 Total.; '-'--' --$ 276.35 WOULD WANT ADS SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new, sews forward and reverse, with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, monograming 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 Guests Monday evening in the Finance, 1314 Payne Ave., St. meeting. Lyman Mtrtin of We«tby Wis., came Thursday to visit in the home of the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason. The late Mrs. Martin, former Uzzie Mason, was sister of the Mason sisters. They together visited a niece the Alfred Statlander family at Belmond over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. lesli« Calkin* drove Sunday to Nashua to visit the yttle Browa church. Ceylon, Fairmont, Minn., Chicago, and Peoria, 111., Burbank, Calif., Aurora, Colo., and other towns in the LuVerne area. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, twins Lynn and Laurie, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman, of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Carvel Risvold, Corwith, attended the wedding, of the ladies' niece on Sept. 10. Miss Dorothy Olson, daughter of the Henry Olsons, of Bradgate, was married to Mr. James Wilkins of Nebraska, in a service at the Trinity Lutheran church, Rutland. Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman and Mrs. Risvold poured at the reception.. Mrs. Merie Maesj, accompanied by her sisters Mrs. Oliver Knutson of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa of Rutland visited Thursday in Ogden with the ladies' sisters-in-law Mrs, Esther Weiner, Mrs. Merle Weiner and Marvin Haass, son of Mrs. Marie Maass. Wilbert Kubly and Marie Kraft were married at LuVerne Sept. 6, 1916. They farmed in Iowa near Renwick and LuVerne until 1940 and then farmed near St. James and Madelia, Minn., until 1947 when they retired and moved to Madelia where they now reside. Guests were from Charles City, Garner, Rutland, West Bend, Eagle Grove, Renwick, LuVerne, Des Moines, Gladbrook, Fort Dodge and Kanawha, Iowa; Deronda, Wis.; Scottsdale, Ariz.; and Minneapolis, Rochester, Fulda, Jeffers, Windom, Pipestone, Ruthton and St. James, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of Renwick were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of his brother Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith. Mr. and Mrs, Mike Cord of Moline, 111., were weekend visitors with his parents Mi 1 , and Mrs. Harrison Cord, Mrs. Grace Mosher of Clearwater, Fla., arrived to visit in the home of Mrs. Don Baskerville. Mrs. Bonnie Youngwirth, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie El- h'fritz. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Miller of Des Moines visited Sunday with her brother the Gerald Ramus family. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby visited Saturday and Sunday in Jowa Gity with their daughter Alary Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Que- beeand son Chad. Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Korslund of Fort Dodge were Sunday visitors of the Ray Agards. Mrs. Kwsiund is th e former Agard. Sherman Arends home, in honor of his birthday were Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mike Stripling, the Clem' ~Slriplin£ 'family "and' 'Mrs'.' Charles Hinz. Mr. and. Mrs. Grover Arends of ^Williams, daughter Josie of Rochester, Minn., visited Sunday afternoon with their son and brother the Sherman Arends. The occasion was for "Sherm" Archd's birthday Sept. 19. Mr. and Mrs..Kenneth Stripling and boys, of Newell, were weekend visitors with her parents the Gordon Gregory family. Mrs. Marie Maass took her son Bob Tuesday to LeMars where he is enrolled at the Westmar college. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Jr. were guests Sunday in the home of their son the Delmer Voss family. The occasion was the eighth birthday of David Voss, their son and grandson. Maebelle Maass, physical education teacher in the Manson school system, visited her mother Mrs. Marie Maass over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Miller and children, of Fort Dodge, visited Friday with her mother Mrs. Lena Hinz, sons Herbert and Frances. Sunday visitor was Mrs. Harley Rusher, Bancroft, daughter. Paul, Minn. 74-76* CARS OF THANKS — To the • friends and'neighbors who so graciously remeni'bered'us with gifts and acts of generosity and undness following the fire, we wish to express our deep appreciation. Special thanks to the Lu- Verne Community Chest contrir iutions for their gift, and to the fire departments of Algona, Livermore, and LuVerne and to each man who worked to save our belongings. It is all most gratefully acknowledged. May God blass you all. The Peder HjEilmeland Family and John Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith and Lisa of Clear Lake were Saturday overnight and Sunday visitors of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith. They just returned from a vacation trip to Canada. Susan, nine months! old daughter, stayed with the Smiths grandparents while her parents were away. Callers Sunday afternoon in the Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cham- .|, j. i , H t . BELIEVE... 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.. Hjelmeland. 74* 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-up" units completely, shred «nd pulverize tough, thick, stalks . . . with less tractor power than you can imagine. CARROLL OARAGE LuVerne, Iowa LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 ta 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 FERTILIZE this FALL with Smith-Douglass Pelleform "LOOK" Nylons... 3 pair 88c Li|M Bulbs 4for63c FLASHLIGHT Batteries 2 for 19e . . . and many, many other ridiculous prices during our FALL SALE! Lawson Hardware LuVerne Emergency service day or night 882-3370 v«$ ~*3<rttt" k ,v: **•,-*'., " 4J '*' if*' ,- fr-.-W*^' GOOD REASONS F©« MU • Fall fertilisation fives better spread of work, t Ptcempeiitien ef corn italVi if faster, t Machinery pvllf easier - lessens damage to soil structure. e Mere favorable weathfr, e Wide stlectien ef grades, no waiting. » lovei labor in spring -? ne storage problems. Pelleform is clean, green uniform pellets with TRft (frsce e/emenfsj nrfc/ecJ. LuVerne Crop Service RICHARD GRQNBACK Mar. Phgne 882-3234 SMITH DOUGLASS LuVern* F

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