CHOOH PARAlOO New school windows put in at Liveriwre Livermore— Workmen .have been busy the past two weeks replacing the windows in the school house. The original'wind* ows had several "panes but the new ones are a single paned window with a green shaded area acr.oss the top/They also are a combination window, hav- ng a screen that can be used in ;he Warm weather. W.S.C.S. MEETS The W.S.C.S. met at the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Margaret Howard as hostess. Mrs. Herb Raney conducted the business meeting and Mrs. LaVonne Benjamin gave the devotions and lesson. Several ministers of the sub- district in the Fort Dodge area mot at the Methodist Church morning for their meeting with several and a girl in tile family. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jfofon Berte and ; Frank Reding. .Ttte two children are staying at the home ot an aunt and uncle, ;the Tom Redirtgs While their moth* er is in the hospital., LUTHERAN OFFICERS New officers recently elected for the Lutheran Ladies Aid Were: President Mrs. Esther Hanck, Vice-Pres.j >Mrs. Raymond Graaf, Secretary, Mrs. Elmer Wendt, Treasurer, Mrs. Donald Rutz. Mr. and Mrt. Daryl Frederick attended Parents Day at LeMars on Saturday and attended the football game. Mr. and Mrs, 'Paul Robinson Frto i . HagOfi havt is Monday monthly wives present. The business mealing was conducted in the forenoon followed by a dinner at noon, served by some of the W.S.C.S. members, Mrs. Dick Shultz, Mrs.' Dale Joiner, Mrs. Virgil Smith Mackintosh. and Mrs. Hartley New Sears Store OPENS Sears. Roebuck & Co. JR. AUXILIARY MEETS The Junior Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Saturday afternoon, Nov. 12 for their November meeting with sixteen members answering roll call. Their President, Janice Thul conduct- id the business meeting and flans were discussed for their Christmas meeting. Names were drawn for their Christmas exchange of gifts. Denise and Patrice Logue were in charge of •nteptainment and Susan Eiseti- barth served lunch. O.E.S. CEREMONY The Order of Eastern Star mot in the chapter room Tuesday evening for>their November meeting; A, ceremony for Masons who are Eastern, Star members was held with several being present. Lunch was served from a tea table with Mrs. John Olson pouring. Those oii the lunch committee were Mrs. Burrell Smith, Mrs. Charles Chaudoin and Mrs. Bay Falb. UNION SERVICES Union Thanksgiving Services for the Presbyterian 6nd Methodist Churches will be held at the Methodist Church Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. with Rev. Ralph Hendman in charge. of Miller, S. D., are Visiting her vada. They sister, Mrs.'Margaret Howard. Thanksgiving Mrs. John Olson and Mrs. Jessamine Miller attended World Community Day meeting "of the Protestant 'Churches at the Methodist Church in Humtboldt Friday afternoon. '. Darrell Btheuntk, son of tht Paul Bebounek's of Hayfield, Minn, visited a few days last week with his grandparents, Mr. •and 'Mrs. Louis Bchounek'. He is in the air corps and has been stationed in Labrador the past year and. after his 30 day leave will be stationed at McCord Air Force base in Washington. " Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Ransom* of Waterloo were supper guests in the Dick Schultz home Saturday evening. Mrs. Anna Hanstlman and Mrs. Wm. Hardcopf of LuVerne were visitors in the home of Mrs. Martha King one afternoon last week. Tht Legion Auxiliary mot'at the Legion Hall Monday evening with 15 members answering, roU call. The President, Mrs. Rlehr ard McKenna conducted the business meeting. Bingo was the evenings entertainment which was in charge of Mrs. Dora Gronr bach and Mrs. Molly Foth. Lunch was served by Mrs. Gus Boosalis and Mrs. Robert Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz entertained the following relatives at their home Sunday afternoon in honor of the 75th birthday of Mr. Sohultz's father, Bill Sohultz of Humiboldt: Mr. and Mrs. Amie Kettteson and Ruth, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lansing, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ram- Thanksgiving day guest* his sons- in-laws and daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schram of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. 'Ralph Carlson of Bur t. Mr. and Mrs. Charlt* Senator had as dittner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Jake Schwitters, of Wall Lake and Mr. and Mrs Duane McGregor and family of Bancroft. Mrs. C. H, Simpson hat as guests this Week her sister-in- law Mrs. Alma -Simpson, of Ne- Mrs. E. E. Munsley, at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Tony plan to sptnrf tht Sehmitt of will day be guests of Mr. and Thanksgiving at Des Moines With their son-in4aw and daughter Mr and Mrs. Lee Waters and at Davenport with ^another son4n lay and daughter Mr. and Mrs Robert Kratt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Truptct spent the weekend at Carroll with the parents 'Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Trupke. They will also be there for Thanksgiving and will be Joined by Mrs. Trupke's moth er Mrs. A. S. Swain, of Boon*. Mr. aiid-Mf-i.Mft.Hf.yl6f ar* py in the hospital and being having as guests at day Mr,and Mf». Beart Taylor \lr. and Mrs. Rex Tayiof and Mr;. atid Mrs. A.'R. WiUfett. . Mr. and /Mr*,1 -t. trf** «/• coming from. TrentonY.Mo.i for a weekend visit with their soiv it*law. and daughter Mr and Mrs; Rex Taylor. Hugh §l*ek anj ehJldrtii Looise, Jimmie and Caroline Will be Thanksgiving day guests of Mr Black's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. George Kain to walk .Mrith ctUitches. ei 4 address is Sharp Memorial Idspital, ?901 .rro_i-.Sti San >kgO, 92123. Mr. i«d Mr*. Tod V*f_ of flo Center will be dintterj guests i mrs. uwi£c rvmii. , Ooorgo Saylo. of 5993 _____ „ Mve, Sail Diego 2» Oattf., reports that her mothjer DasenOilCo. —_ 18 30 Livermore Lanes _: 18 30 Sawyers 17 31 .__,. 2 12 38 High Turn Oamt Hamm Insurance _.: 736 Baker Truck Line ,. .____. 732 Imperial Cafe __• 731 High Ttam Strict Hamm Insurance :_^ 2107 Baker Truck Une 2044 Bode Co-op. __ — 1932 • ; ; I High Individual Gam* Bev Aim Olson ____, •—. 184 Mary Hanson '_•_ ___ 178 Fran McGee _•_ 178 Kay Sawyer 175 High Individual Strict 3ev Ann Olson 51C Fran McGee 496 Joanie Weydert - 480 NEW SON A boy was barn to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berte Wednesday, Nov. 16 at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, This makes two boys Pick-up and Panel Owners! GET 6MDYEAB TRACTION IN IDW-PRICH) WINTER TIRES AS LOW AS •.00 x 16 tube-type plus »2.68 FtcC Ex. Tax and rtctppablt (Ming sue Tuae-TVPE 6.70 x 15 6.50x16 7.00 x 15 REPLACES AUTO SIZE 7.35/7.75x15 6.50x16 8.15/8.45x15 $21.45 522.45 $26.95 FED. EX. TAX $2.82 $2.95 $3.33 "Plus tax and recappable casing e Big, deep, rugged tractor-type cleats get you through . 'mud and snow t Tufsyn rubber for extra mileage t 3-T cord for extra body strength e Other sizes comparably low priced EASY BUDGET TERMS! FREE MOUNTING I GOOD/VEAR Hilton's Sinclair Service Jones Streets DOMINO LEAGUE W Pioneer : 29 M & M Feeds 28 Town Tavern 25 American Legion 25 Livermore Bank 24 Mike's Garage 21 K. O. Hardware 20 Smith Lumber 20 K. C 19 Livermore Lanes 16 Hardy Cafe __^ 15 Gronbach's DX '. 11 L 15 16 19 19 20 23 16 20 21 28 25 29 Mr*. Henley Mrs. there to 'spend ttoe winter Gronwell w«nt mak ing good recovery from her fa in. which she suffered a broken hip, It has been pinned and plate put in, She is having ther of the former's mother Mr*, tt_2el Vet a. ' Word hit boon rettlvt* of tht death ^ from a Aeart attack at Buffalo, N. Y., of Mrs. Howard , nee Marie Doran, daughter Mrs, Ann Zlttritsch -of near Chicago. Mrs. .Zittritscb is the widow of Joe Zittritsch, former Algonans and the daughters] Sarah, Frances Ann, and- Rath| erine Doran will be well remem bered. Mrs. Hoyt Raney, the sis ter Satiah of Wesley left Tuesd to attend the funeral services. C05TOF1IVIM6 TOD curmw an electric laundry '•"'.."'I .-''.'"> ,'1'i -: ',-<(•••• cuts the costs of living! us and children, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schultz and two children, Humiboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultz and Jay, Hudson. Ice cream and birthday cake were served. Tht Dtal and Chat Bridge club met at the home of Mrs Dick Schultz Wednesday afternoon. A , dessert luncheon ''-jvas served by the hostess and at cards Mrs. Al Levertz won high Mrs. C. M. Baker, second high and Mrs. Jim Bormann low. Mrs. Martha King accompin- ied Mr. and Mrs. Art Jensen,, Rutland to Clarion Sunday afternoon Nov. 13 to attend the 25th wedding anniversary at the Baptist Church of a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Keith King. A married daughter living in Ames and two sons at home were hosts for the occasion. Or. and Mrs. R. W. Beardslty of Des Moines spent a couple of days recently at their home in Livarmore. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ki$singer attended the School Board meeting at the Veteran's Memorial building in Des Moines last week. While there Mr, and Mrs. Frederick visited in the home of his sister, the Ralph Gberndt's. Mr. and Mrs. Dalt Jointr and Sharon visited their son Larry 'at Bag!ey Sunday. Larry teaches school there and is a band instructor, i High Ttam Strits M & M Feeds 2596 K. O. Hardware ^_ 2435 American, Legion 2349 High Ttam Gamt M & M Feeds __- 904 M & M Feeds -_. 900 Town Tavern 867 High Individual Strits James Terwilliger __, 573 Myron May 547 Paul Jarvis 534 High Individual Gamt Harold Dolder : 226 James Terwilliger 216 Bill McGuire 207 LUCKY STRIKERS M & M Feeds Livermore Bank Bode Looker Hamm Insurance __ Imperial Cafe Livermore Co-op Bakers Truck Line _ Bode Co-op. LEAGUE W Li 34V 2 31 17, 29 19, 28 20 26V 2 21 1 /? 25 23 _ 25 23 24 24 LET US HELP YOU WITH YOU* CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Marcia's "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE An electric washer and electric dryer are gentler on your clothes ... your linens ... make them last longer. T The speed, convenience, ease of an electric washer and electric dryer mean you need fewer clothes. From dainty lingerie to tough work clothes... you can dress better on a smaller budget. Cut your cost of living'by making fewer things last longer with the gentle efficiency of a modern electric washer and electric clothes dryer. Algona Municipal Utilities *~ • ••''.'• : ••• :•••• , •-'-• .•'• '• • ' •..%'' I For tht purp>»» of stttling with tht Otto Wichttndahl Hairs, will otrer for salt to tht highest Mddtr on Dtctmbtr 8, 1966, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. *t the farm tht following described rtal.tstate: Tht Southeast Fractional Ouarttr (S6 Fr. >/i) of Stction Thrtt (3), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Rangt Thirty (30), Wtst of tht 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. LOOATION: Stvtn milts wtst and fivt and one-half milts north of Algona, Iowa. Six anil one-half milts north and thrtt milts tast of Whittemore, Iowa, Thrtt and ont-half milts South and thrtt milts tast of Ftnten, Iowa. Located on blacktop road. SOIL: Webster Silty Clay and Clarion Loam. Good drainage — good state of cultivation, IMPROVEMENTS: n «w»«' blwk barn 36 x 68 x 1$, hog howso (block) 26 » M, block garagt 18 x 20 * I, block chicken houst JO x 36 _ 6, machine ihed 24 x 40 x I, block silo 14 x 30, crib and granary 24 x 30 x 8. POSSESSION: March 1, 1967. Twtnty per cent of purchast price upon tvtcution of wstomfry centr,ct on date of wle. B«Unce on March 1, 1967, vpon delivery of d«ad and abstract ihowing merch«nt*ble titlt. Sflltr rtitrvts »ht right to «ccept or rti.ct any or all bidi. f AUCTIONEER: thy* Bwhlari For further information «t f McAfehon «nd Ca»ftl, Attorney*, Al»o*i«/ Iowa, or Kenneth f,Fentonjow*.
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