Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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I *, r Bride of Livermore youth Nancy Marie Feldrmh, daughter of, Mrs. Wilfred Feldman and the'late'Mr. Fcldrria'n, West Li- beiity, and Jerome' William Ki&ll- ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Keljher, Livermore, Were married Sept. 10 at St. Joseph Catholic^ church, West Liberty, Rev. J.\ J r Faith officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her brother, James Feldman. , Maid of honor was Marie Feldman, sister of the bride. ~ Best man was James Ernst, Whltte- mbre,, cousin of the groom. Ushers were Wilfred Feldman, brother of the bride, and Duane Grandgenett, cousin of the groom; Iowa City..Acolytes were Richard and William Ruess. Soloist was. Dennis Kelso, Kalona, accompanied by Jerry Ruess. . Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the churdi hall. Rita Feldman, sister of .the bride, had the guest book. Mrs. Donald Oxley, cousin 6f the bride, served punch. Mrs. Alan Skelly, Iowa City, poured coffee. Mrs. Earl Stalzer, Renwick; and Mrs. Carl Ernst; Whittemore, cut the cake. Hostess was Mrs. Clarence Feldman. Waitresses were Luetta arid Luella Feldman, Janet Burr and Peggy Schneider. Betty , McNamer, Mary Con wall •• - * •'»'>.' •« . -1 : . >; and Mrs. gifts. Francis Hinz .opened man Out of town guests came from Liyermore, Algpna; Whittemore>, Cylinder, Renwick; Iowa City, WeSt Branch, Lone Tree, Riverside, Muscatine, Davenport, Washington, Rock Island, 111., Moberly, Miss., Pestigo, Wis., and Dehr ver, Colo. She is a graduate oif West Liberty schools and is employed as an IBM key punch operator in Iowa City. He is a graduate' of Twin Rivers school arid is employed by Green Town (Walnut Grove), Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. David Cojeman and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her nioth- Weise of Hum- daughter, Christine, «home with them after ivith her grandmother ,: Friday. Their son, Dean; spent the weekend with a classmate, David Kiley. Mrs. Blanche Wilson of Britt spent a couple of days with Mrs. Margaret Howard last week. Mrs. Anna Mueller.of Algona has been spending some time in the home of her daughter, the Norbert Frideres. Other recent visitors in the Frideres home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mueller of Wilmington, 111., Mrs, Frideres. brother of Martin Bergum, who has been a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodige for the past two weeks, is now pro* gressing satisfactory and expects to be home soon. SN Deverne Dirk Holmes, Long Beach, Calif., is spending a twd week leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Deverne Holmes and also attended the wedding of his sister Meg. Dirk, is assigned to the USS Haven A.H. 12. Mrs, J, C. Kelly is a surgical patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr*, J. F Hamm entertained the De^ Dek Bridge club at her home Friday afternoon. A two o'clock Dessert luncheon was ser- Mrs. Harry Mrs. Hazel ved and at cards, won high, Sanders, second high and Mrs. Culvert Johnson won the bingo prize. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs Norman Scott were guests. Hit WSGS of the Meth 9 dist chyrch met at the church Wednes$|y afternoon with Mrs. Dean Zeman as hostess. The president, MJ-S. Herbert Raney, conducted the business meeting and Mjs. igVonne Benjamin was in charge of pledges. Lunch was served. injured in fall from a truck Liverrnore-—Dick Schultz slipped while loading a truck with soy beans at the Farmers Elevator Friday morning, where he is employed, and fell from the truck box.-He suffered lacerr ations of the; face, a broken wrist and other bruises. He was taken by ambulance 'to. the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. AUXILIARY MEETS \ Mrs. Karl Boesisler, county historian and Mrs. Richard Me- Kenna, president of the Liveir- more auxiliary, attended the county meeting of, the auxiliary at the Lutheran churchj in Ottosen Tuesday afternoon,/Sept. 20. This ^vtheifiret mefeting for the rtew coiihty officers. The county president, Mies. Peter Helvig of Humboldt, presided at the business meeting and the county'seeretsiry and '.treasurer, Mrs; Peter Friedman, gave a report. There v/Sis a program which consisted of singing by a quartet; also a soloist, and reading of some •poems, The nex,t meeting will be in Thor in November, NEW DAUGHTER A girl, weight 6 Ibs., 3 oz., was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frid eres of Taft,, JGalif j, Thursday Sept. 29, Paternal grandparents are Mr. ahd Mrs. Norbert Frid eres, '; 4 - Mrs. Kenneth; Smith undjerr went surgery at the Mercy h'os pital in Fort Dodge oh Wednes day. The two mothers,, Mrs. Nor bert Frideres arid -Mrs. Deverne Holmes, visited her on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus oi Fort Dodge and Mrs. Charlie Jen rungs and son RaJJRh ', of River ton, Wyo,," were recent visitors in the James McBreen home. Phyllis Gronbach of Minneapolis spent from Thursday uriti Sunday in the parental Harold Gronbaoh home. She came by bus to Mason City where her mother met her and then they took her back as far as" Blul Earth Sunday afternoon to catch the bus back to the Cities, Mr, and Mrs. Ron Schultz of Humboldt and parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Dick ScJjultz, drove to Mason City Monday evening to hear $ie River City Barbershop Chorus, Both Ron and his father sing with the Cornbelt group in Algona. Mrs. Allan Foth was hostess to the Neighborhood Carl club at her home Tuesday afternoon, A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Jkfrs. Bill Wilson won high, Mrs. Bill Davis low and Mrs. Henry Groh travel. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Boessler were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of their daughter, the Dean James' home in Hardy. Mrs. James hgd just returned from a plane trip to Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. Ernest Logue and her daughter, Mrs. Dick Sehultz, drove to Mason City Wednesday where they spent the day in the horns of another daughter, the L 7 7 7 7 7 7Vz 9 lOVa 12 13 14 11 Chest drive at 4-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCB week. Twelve members dif the Luth< erari Ladies Aid attended an all 'day meeting on Monday at.West fiend, of the Ldtheran Missionary Sioaiety. Those attending were Mrs. Wm. Stock, Mrs. John Sharp, Mrs. Ernie Haack, Mrs. Oarl Hanselmann, Mrs. Glen Schultze, Mrs. Harold Hauck, Mrs. Fred Hintz, Mrs. Edwin Hahselmann, Mrs. Karl Boessler, Mrs. Elmer Weriidt and Mrs. Ofcto J&egete. LUCKY STRIKERS LEAGUE Week of September 28 W Liyermore Co;Op. 13 Hanim liisurancs 13 Baker truck Line ___13 &ode Co-op. ___! ^13 Bode Locker 13 M & M Feeds __. 12V2 Sen Oil— 11 mperial Cafe 9 J /2 iVermore State Bank 8 Sawyers 7 Watkiiis 6 Avermore Lanes ____ 1 High Team Game lamm Insurance _____801 Jvermore Co-op 681 lamin Insurance 672 High Team Series Hamni insurance 2122 Livermore Co-op 1936 ATTEND FUNERAL r'lTBLilHib At PMt Q* Till KOIIUTH COUNTY AOVANCI THUUJDAY, OCT. 6, next Tuesday Luy.rne -7 Tuesday, .Oct., 11, !ms been set .for the LuVerne Community Chest Drive.,, It is hiiBped that thfe 'drive rti_y be cbmpleted in one day. Anyone expectikg to ba but of town may leave contributions with Mrs. Max Patterson, sec-treas. Solicitors and the" Community Chest board will meet at the,"city toll at &30 a.m., Tuesday for a kick-off breakfast and area .assignments will be made at that time. Funds received will go for the support of the fallowing agencies: American Social Health, Iowa Association of. Mental Health, Iowa Ohildrens Home Society, Red Cross, Salvation Army, USO, Boy Scouts, Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, Retarded Childrens School and local emergency." OpM for fetal IrirtMay LuVtrn* — Oi>en holise will be held Sunday 2 to S p.m. at Henry Kubly's for the 90th birthday of Henry Kubly which is October 7. Relatives and friends are invlt&d to attend. Hosts are their son ahd daughter the bier Kublys and Edwin Martys. Dasen Oil _______^,____—1931 High Individual Game Pat McGeo i_210 Barbara Weydert 201 Shirley Zenor 182 High Individual Series Barbara Weydert 523 Pat McGee ^ 499 Shirley Zenor _—__465 DOMINO LEAGUE W L Pioneer 13 2 K. 0. .Hardware _^_ 10 2 Livermore State Bank __10 6 M & M Feeds 8 4 American. Legion 8 8 Town Tavern 8 8 Smith Lumber 7 5 5 10 9 13 The Art Pfantzs, Mrs. Anna Schaper, the .Harold Hillemans, Uirs. Harvey Hrllemari and Mrs. Hannah Hilleman, State Center, called at Mrs. Amelia Hanselman's Friday. They came for the funeral of Roy BUenger, 63, ait the Peace Lutheran church in Vest Bend, Friday. Burial was in West Bend cemetery. Mr. Buehr *er died Wednesday morning at us farm home following a engthy illness. Mrs. Buenger is ;he former Helen Hanselman, daughter of Mrs. Amelia Hanselman. , Vlike's Garage 7 Livermore Lanes __, 6 Gronbach's DX 3 Hardy Cafe 3 ~~ " ^ ,____. 2 High Team Series Pioneer 2400 Town Tavern _: 2338 Smith Lumber __2300 High" Team Game Pioneer 2 ; 834 Mike's Garage ____814 Livermore Lanes 810 High Individual Series Leo Bormann — : 559 Bob Bormann 535 Harold Dalder 531 High'Individual Game A. Dencklan 224 Pete Malkmus 214 Leo Bormann 210 LuVerne man is married to Nebraska girl LuVerne —: ''Announcement is made of the marriage of Marvin Maass, son of Mrs. Marie Maass LuVerne, and the late Arthur Maass, to Jan Phillips, daughter of M/Sgt. Merrill Phillips, of Fort Sill, Okla., and Mrs. Margaret L Harris, The service was read in the Floyd Nickles. Mrs. Mjnnion and Mr». Alice Weber, who have been iting at the Janies McBreen home for some tjme, have returned to their homes -in Oelwein. Mrs. eiarf ^ollinger pf Rock vMted ih the home of Mrs. Lela Heiter one afternoon last Methodist church at Dakota City Neb., by the Rev. Gear. Attend ants were Carolyn Illlevgard and Ronald McCoy of Webster City, They are living in Boone She is a nurses aid in Webs ter City hospital and he is a tea cher in Ogden. A dinner was held at the Rut land town hall for the Marvin Maasses with 60 relatives am friends present. Towns were Al gona, Ames, Arthur, Boone, Ce dar Falls, Gilmore City, Hum boldt, Jrvington, LuVerne, Logan, Rutland, Waterloo and Da kota City, Neb. George Schnetter, daughters Cindy and Jane, spent the week e^d in LeMars visiting toi daughter and sister, Connie freshnian at Westnvir college. THe John fnghs, Kan«wh« visited Friday with the Henry Kublys, former farm nightbjors Pile Kubly, senior it Amet visited his parents, the Elmer Kublys, over the weekend. The Louie Werners, Fiirmont Minn., visited her aunt, the! Charles.Hinze5,aad Lester Hjnz' Saturday. Sunday capers for Mrs. Hinz's birthday were Mrs. Jessie Stippling, Mr§. gJierjuan Arends and Joni, the Fay Hjayr- moiis, sons, Lowell and Gordon, LyVerne, Linda M<;y^y, boldt, fiaiice of Goroxjon mon. at open for a pastor A birthday dinner was held Friday at Wayne Sanford's. Guests were his sister the^Norman Larsons, Badger. .Birthdays were Mrs. Sanford's and 'Ana and Alan Larsons, twins^ rnan fiLarsons^speigh' quests were the James TraiUi Livermore and Fred Baum ners, LuVerne. Guests over the weekend let lev. Ralph Hindman's were Ralph Roberts, Fort Clinton, t]0., uncle and aunt of Mrs. Hindirtari; Wesliey .Hulsebuses, Defiance, sister of the Rev. Hindman. Sunr day guests were the John Koenigs, Griswold, former parishon- ers of Rev. Hindman. The Richard Lanns, Sandy and Shelley, Dakota City, Neb., came Sunday to visit the parental Harry Naffzigers, They are on i a two weeks vacation. David Naffziger, Cedar Falls, was a weekend guest, Suzanne Dudley, Westmas col lege, LeMars, was a weekend visitor with her parents, the Clyde Dudleys. . Beulah Eggleston, DOS Moines, visited last week with her mother Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, .They vis* ite4'N Wednesday and" Thursday in ^fpwood, Wis., with ,Mrs ; O^ Clayton, sister of Mrs, 'Eggleston The Fred Baynigartners were visitors Friday in Mason City with his sister Mrs, Minnie Dickie, Guests Sunday of the Hugh Shirks were the P. J. Tofts, Spencer, and Kenneth Chamber lains, Royal, sister of Mrs. Shirk It was the birthdays of the Shirks, Sept. 3 arid Oct. 1. The John Lawsons, Spooner Wis., were weekend guests of his brothers, .the Otto Lawsons, L Verne, and the Herman Lawsons Renwick. The Legion met Tuesday at the new Legion Post? Speaker was the 8th district commander, Bil Goetz, Wesley. Lewis Black, new commander, and August J. Per gande, chaplain, attended the 8th district meeting in Boone Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Norman Hesse and Sharon, Manchester, were weekend visitors with his moth er Mrs. Lillie 0. Hesse. Attending a BibU Institute in the Immanuel Lutheran chuycih at Livermore Sunday from Lu Verne were Mrs. R. T. Mueller Mrs. W_alter Bierstedt, Mrs. Ber tha Schipull, Harold Schipull and the Arnold Hinz family. Mrs. Walter Bierstedt viiitfd in Whittemore Thursday and Fri day with her mother Mrs. Aman da Ruhnke. Mrs. f . E. Rosenqyist, of M*n son, spent l^st. week visiting Se daughter the Herman Schyl|es. LuVerne —7 The Rev. and Mrs Elmer Wehrspatiri were given an open house 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the St. Paul Lutheran church at Aurelia, where Rev. Wehr- spann is pastor. Many attendee the 10:30 a.m. service. The Church* choir .sang the Lord's Prayer, . accompanied on the piano by the honoree's sor Dan Wehrspann, who registere< the guests, and the church el ders were ushers. Pouring wei-e hlrs. Norman Hesse and daugh er Sharon Hesse, Manchester. Attending from this area Were firs. ..Lillie 0. Hesse, LuVerne )r. and Mrs. Norman Hesse am Sharon, Manchester, the Robert leftys and Lisa, Humboldt. Mrs Veihrspann, formerly Carmen Jesse, is the daughter of Mrs Lillie 0. Hesse, sister of Dr. Nor man Hesse, aunt of Sharon and Mrs. Robert Hefty. .Mrs. Ida Wehrspann, 89, mo jher of the Rev. Wehrspann iyes at the Surs_t Knoll res lome in Aurelia, and was abl< to t" 1 present. The Rev. Wehrspanns have 3 children: Mark is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Rhoda s a parish worker at the Grace Lutheran church, Waterloo, ahd Mrs. Ol ¥ « Rugerf, II, was initted Sunday to the hospital a Britt for treatmeot. The Lyl« Minn., were weekend guests a her mother Mrs. Ian. Clara Model wedding of twins held as a surprise LuVVrne—A double 25th wled^ ding surprise Was held Saturday evening at Roland Lena's. Honored WtePfr the Lehzes and the Robert Witts..Mrs. Ltyiz and, Mrs. A Lutheran W.M.L. riilly w.« held at W«ft Bend Sept. 26. At ending front LUVerne,were the Rev. and MfS. R, T. Mueller, MfS. Jahri Hanson, Mrs, Llltie O'Hesse, Urs. Bertha Schipull; Mrs., Edw. lamus and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. ., ., ,. The Lawrence Nielteni had a« guests Sunday for the, birthday of Mrs. Lawrence Marty, Sept. 26,, the Henry Martys, Fred Merkles, .Donald Martys, Mrs. Ann Marty and Mrs. Marie Will, the twins, Luella and della Qberhelmen, and Roland Lenz and Robert Will Were married in a double ceremony Sdpt 28j 1941. Refreshments were brouglii and each couple receiv/ M! a purse of money. Guests, were drdthens and sister of Mrs. Lenz and Mrs. Will and some of their children. They- were Art Obsr- he.lma.ns, Lawrence Oberhel- mahs Corwith; Norman Ober helmens, Rehwick; Dale Falbs o] Fort Dodge. The children of the Wills, Earl, Fort Dodge, and Gene, Sioux City, and Mrs. James Lenz, formerly Sue Blake, daug ter-in-law of the Lenzes. Sunday guests of the Wills were their son Jerry Will am his roommate Don Klassie, Fort Dodge. HAS 90th BIRTHDAY Open house was held Sunday at Dennis Carroll's for the 90th birthday of his mother, Mrs. Mary Carroll, Algona. There were 60 present. Her children were hosts. Towns represented were Winnebago and Blue Earth, Minn,. Algona, Burt, Titonfca, Wesley, Kanawha, and LuVerne. Mrs. Carroll has good health. Her daughter Lucille Carroll lives with her. MARRIED 48 YEARS Children of the Robert Blunders Sr. Sunday observed their 48th wedding. They presented a dozen roses and decorated cake. Present were the Robert G. H. Jet* Jerqenleni visited frey hOnteAtead where Mrs. Rbefe w6bd lives. . ' The Bert C. Ramu.e. »(**» the weekend in Decorah visiting her parents, the L.,C. Seims. SINGfcR in beautiful rondo!* ca- like new, Sews , arid reverse with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, mono- graming and fartcy stttdh tte- sighl Fully guaranteed. Cart be seen in your area. Make eight Aurelia high ' ~ _i Shower given at LuVerne for Renwick girl LuVerne — Mrs. John Pergande and Mrs. Eugene Casey Sunday gave a pre-nuptial shower at the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran church for their niece, bride-elect Vivian Pergande, of Renwick. A program included piano solo by Diane Pergande, several games and reading by Mrs. John Pergande. Diane Pergande and Jean Casey assisted with opehr ing gifts. Guests were from wick, Hardy, Vincent and Lu- Verne. Vivian Pergande, daughter of the Ernest Pergandes, Renwipk, and Dean Kitley, son of the Lyle KMeys, Hardy, will be married in the Renwick Methodist church October 20. Both are 1996 graduates of Boone Valley school at Renwick, They will farm and live on the Mrs. Elizabeth Klasse farm east of Vernon Consolidated school. The R, A, Talborts, Spring. field, Rio,, and their son .the Bert Sawdeys, Palm Dale, Calif., came Tuesday for a week at Bryan Mrs. Talbert is a' sis- Blumers, Richard Wilcoxes, Mrs. Milton Wilcox, Eagle Grove; the J.ames it Bluiners,,,,Ventura; Norland Blumers, Fort Dodge; the Frank Moedings and Delain Blumers, LuVerne. Mrs. Fred W. Goetsth had surgery Sept. 27 at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Her room is 218. Mrs. Clara McClellan had Canasta 8 at her *home Monday. Guests were Mrs. Lester Smith and Mrs. A, W. Dimler. At play, higji Mrs. Smith, low Mrs. Dimler. The Harold Trauaers, of,Lu- Verne, her father, Edward Hof, Rotary Ann Home, Eagle Grove, his sisters Mrs. Cora Ross and Mrs. Lucile Hof, Humboldt, were guests Sunday of their sister Florence Hof in Fort ,. Dodge, "" Hof is now leaving Fort je arid wilJ be, at the Western Home ,iri Cedar Falls, The Henry Studors were weekend guests of his brother the George Sluders, LuVerne, and his mother, Mrs, Helen Studer, Corwith, They were enroute home to Rock Island from three weeks in their camper trailer. Maass. Saturday to Mohday in Iowa Falls with' their daughter, Dorothy, the Gerald Smiths. Gordon Davidson end Luann, Burt, Were Sunday guests of his parents, the Ralph Davidsons Mrs. Myrna Maud Hullett, of Alameda, Calif., is visiting Mrs Ardis Rockwpod. This was .her first visit here in 53 years. Mrs Hullett is a cousin of the late James Godfrey, father of Mrs. Rookwood. .Mrs. Hullett, in her early 70's, was born on the God- LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Rev. Ralph ,8, Hindman LuVerne . Sunday. Oct. 9 The mass meeting of the Trinity Larger Parish will meet at Ottosen at lO:OO.The Rev. Gene Siekrnan of Fort Dodge will preach. This service will be followed by a picnic dinner in the church. The council will meet following the dinner. Zion Lutheran Church . Mv. R. T. Mueller LuVerne Sunday. Oct. 9 10 a.m.: Church school. 11 a.m.: Morning worship. 7:30 p.m.: Bible study. Thursday, Oct. 6 Women's Society of World Service will meet at 2:00 at the church. This is guest day. Mrs. Henry Marty arid Mrs. Lawrence Marty are in charge of the menu. Mrs. Fred Merkle and Mrs. Mel- of $4.93 a month or ..ill discount for cash. Wrltfe:,Fi- nance, 1314 Payne Ave., St. P«U1, Mitin. "*'-""• yin Marty are in charge of the program. BELIEVE YOU CAN CUf YPUR .LABOR COSTS AS < MUCH AS 75% WITH A BRADY 4-ROW CHOPPER? Yes ... and wie can guanmte* it! Want proof? Just abk for a FREE demonstration oivyour farm. No obligation. You'll ate in a hurry why BRADY i§ FIRST in 4-row sales...FIRST in performance in the field. BRADY FIELD SHREDDERS Giant 4-row model cuts a full 144"! The most copied 4-row on the market. .Also available in 2 smaller models to cut 80" or GO" wide. These "beefed-_p" units completely shred . «i>d pulverize , tough, ;thick, stalks ... with less tractor power than you can imagine. ? CARROLL GARAQE LuVerne, lewe >: • ter of Mr. Ste\vart. Alta Madden and Mabel Honiann, Ring$ted, visited Thws- day an4 Friday with Mrs. Alma Madden, They csune for the smorgasbord dinner Thursday ait LuVerne Methodist ehurch. September 24 Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer ami Mrs, Helen Daley at- pnded the elementary education conference at the state college in Ce^ar Falls. Tht Pvrwiwd- Burtim were hosts Monday for birthdays of her moiter, Mrs. Fred B*umgart- .ner, Sept. ge, and her sister, Georgign.ne, Mrs. W«yiie S«m- ford, Sept. 30. Guests were Fred Wayne S&nford, 9m. Audrey Btuingartoer, Clndj a«i4 Vieki, Mrs. Clara Ba«mg*rt- jrar4 Gramen?, Pred and Mrs. Duane Greejie. t N«rthndge, a suburb near Aflgeles, Calif., where she will spend two monittos. She will as- toe., a prmtiso^ division of wjjh them She WOULD YflU YOU CAN CHOP, SHRED AND BALE STALKS IN ONE OPERATION WITH THE BRADY FIELDMASTiR? auicfcly for yr«en tho* eper»> <I9P, Or, cpupl? jt with ycuf 2-row choppier *n4 you get » 4-row chopper operatJQii, ' BXADY FIELDMASTER 720 720 baler is all you seed to sMks pr tm S , B steUf« 4 ^ctly *p pickup YOU .h t y| to Me tbij 3-m-J. ip^phine work to re«lly Ask W foy § WWBWwHi 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 2-3221 IP NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 BULK IN YOUR CONTAINER CASE LOTS $1.59 GARAGE LUVERNE, IOWA 78-80 Bulk Spreader Service FERTILIZE YOUR FIELDS THE. FAST, §ASY WAYI Wo. fags to haul teU/ie bulk spreader do H 9lf t Old ut for fast, economicpl bulk-spreader We bulkspreid clean, green, unifprni PILLffQRM* fertilijtr, wj|h TREL« elements) |dded. Analyses tp suit your *nd crop, Service M«r.

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