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£*' Lu Verne Lady r s I -0 „ ' • * ' ' • Passes; ftites Sept. 5 Funeral services ftjr Mrs Carl Woman, 75, mother; of Mrs John' Kiley, east of Lu- Yerne, were held Saturday at 2 pirn, iii the GbMfield Methodist church with Rev. J. Howard Maehlaft ofiidating. Burial was 1ft the .Glenwpod cemetery. Mrs Vroman died Tuesday at her home. Surviving are her husband, a son and six daughters, Ammas of Iowa Falls*- Mrs lahdmas Kiley, Mrs Morris. Anderson and Mrs Edward StupRa o. Clarion, Mrs Johns Kiley, Lu Verne, Mrs Marion- Nelson o Belmond and Mrs Helen Schult; of Goldfield. . j '.Other, survivors are 29 grand children, '14 great-grandchildren and two brothers, Ole and Law i-enee Olson of Goldfield. W.5.C.S. Meetings jtes of the WSCS met y^ Sept. 2, after a vacation: Circle 1, at the Mrs Loyd Larson home. Devotions, Mrs & O. tfcClellah, lesson, Mrs Edward Hoi Mrs William Goetsch, chairman, presided. . Circle 2, in the Mrs Raymond Selsoh. home. .Devotions, Mrs Vernon Eggleston, lesson, Mrs Percy Brink. Mrs Nelson, chairman, presided. Circle 3, in the Mrs Elmer Kubly home. Devotions, Mrs G. A. Eggleston, lesson, Mrs Ralph- Stoll. Mrs A* A. Schipull, chairman, presided. Evening Star Circle, Thursday evening in the Mrs Joseph-Thorn home, assisted by Mrs Donald Raber. Devotions and lesson, Mrs Ray Agard, Mrs Bertie C. Ramus, chairrrtan, presiding. Guests Honored Guests Sunday at the Ralph T Davidson's honoring their son. Mr and Mrs Vervon Davidson o Memphis, Term., Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson and Lu Ann o Burt, Mr and Mrs Vernon Eggles ton and girls of Irvington, M findL Mrs Alleft Thu and baby of Graettinger, Mr find Mrs lack Gensofl and bsfby of Spent^r, Mr and Mrs Jdhn Bohan and f*oys of Humboldt, Walter Attij? and Mrs Mina Hunter of Rtnwick, - Mr and Mrs Kettih, King of Clarion, Mr and Mrs Fted Kruse, Mr and Mrs Donald Kruse of LuVerne, Monday the Raton and Vervon Davidsons visited' the Allen Thus at CSraeltinger. Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Vervon Davidson visited his former classmates, \Hf and Mrs Jerry Nielson fam-. ly at .Wesley. Wednesday they visited in the Jack Genson home in Spencer. Mr and Mrs Davidson concluded thtir vacation visit lere and returned to their home in Memphis Sept. 5. Return From Trip Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner returned Sept. 3, from a 12 day vacation trip. They attended the Zimmerman family reunion at Mt. Hareb, Wis. From there they left for sight seeing trip to northern Wisconsin, over into northern Michigan and took a boat into Canada. They \;isited NOTES Of SERVICE MEN her brothers, Roy Gramenz at South Bend and George Gramenz at Misharvaka and their families. Also with'their daughter Thelma, Mr and Mrs Durwood Burtis and Peggy at Rockford, 111. and Fred's, sister, Mrs Libbie Tuescher at Monroe, Wis. , .-"•••• • «>.« M-: '» '••£•> You'fc Measuring Real Value when you realize the true economy of PENNY- CHEAP electricity! No single power can do so many jobs,for so little. Take a good look at yuor home. Is it adequately v/iredandsup- plied with wonderful electricity to make your work dnd play more enjoyable? If not .... see your local utilities Company to begin enjoying the super-benefits of PENNYrCHEAP electricity. i Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 * LEONARD WOOt>, MO. Army Pvt. Dale A. Larimer, 22, son of Mrs R. D. Bowman, LuVcrne, Iowa, completed the field cottimufiteations crewman course Aug. 28 at Fort Leonard Wodd, Mo. Larimer was trained to provide units with telephone, teletype and other com- 1 munlcation services. * - tie entered the Army Inst Apfil and completed basic training at the fort. The son of Harold Larimer, 2448 Fifty-fifth at., Dea Moines, he is a 1955 graduate of Lu Verne Ind. High School. —o— FORf EUSTIS, VA. — Army Pvt. Duane C. Kueck. 19, son of Mr and Mrs Maynard Kueck, R. 2, Algona, completed the aircraft power train repair,course Aug. 26 at The Transportation School, Ft. Eustis, Va. Kueck entered the Army last ttic Hollis Beadles, while thpy aro on vacation. The Em 11 Haases and family spent Sunday afternoon at Oko" oji. Sunday visitors, at the.Oscar Nelson homo to txetp him cfcle- bra to his birthday were the Alfred Hurlburts of Eltnore; the Mancil Hurlburts find Manynrd HurVburts of Swea City. The Ormond Otiorsons and I of Winnf-bago, Iving ks, ftoy Valvicks and Dcmn Swnnst>ns enjoyed a picnic sup- E t-r together Monday evening o is I week. Mr and Mrs John Baucrs anc Mrs Frank Bauevs of Bnncrof Visited Rt the Eddie Bauer home Sunday evening. Jim Harner of Grundy Ctnte Visited his parents, the George fnrners, this weekend. r arjd Mrs Deknar Anderson and Becky and Mrs Eli Andef- on spent fnrni Saturday until Sunday visiting at the Clyde Anderson home at Boone. The Cocil Godfredsons visited lis sister and family, the Bon Wibtaens nt Algona Thursday evening. Tho Snm Shiplors of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the Brink Shi-pier homo. 'Don Bishop of Granada was ( Sunday dinner guest at tin; Dil lard Bishop home. " The Dillnrr Bishops visited at the Turn Bis hop home in Granada Sunday evening. The Carl Liens visilod wit her relatives in Des Moinos last weekend and attended the State Fair. thurtdoy, S*pK 17, 1959 Algono (la.) Upp«r .Mr and Mrs Bud Frastier and wo children of Butt visited at h« Hnrnid Fischer home Friday evening. •Mr and Mrs Edwin Mino and jlrls of Algona visited at the Jim Proston home Saturday evonirtt;, Tho Clnrence Gardners were Sundny dinner guests of the Jim dfardners at APPLfift ; v, M. H, Fortettd 6f 4&tftftl? cently displayed applea ed in his orchard that % pounds each and , WAf« fi inches in diameter, Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston visited Thursday with their daughter the Charles .. Nygaard, family at Wesley. Mrs Kate Barton spent the weekend visiting in the home of. hef son, the Howard Barton farti- ; , ily'in Liverrnore. , | Mrs Amelia Olson, her daugh- " ter, Mr and Mrs Gerhard Sollie and family : of Mahkato, Minn.; were guests in the j Carl Hansel- j man home Thursday. ' j J. O. Marty was taken to the Sisson Rest Home in Hunvboldt, Wednesday. . | Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jf. and his sister, Mrs Herman Wise of Wesley attended the O.E.S. chapter in the Masonic Temple in Algona Tuesday evening. Their parents, Mr and Mrs John Voss, Sr. of Algona received 25-year certificates. Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellan took, their son Donald to DCS Moines Friday where he left for his home in Detroit after a week's visit 'here with his parents and family. The wedding of Dale McClam- roek and Mary Lou Bayum of Kasson, Minn, took place in the South Zum'bro Lutheran church at Kasson. Dale is the son of Mr and Mrs James McClamrock of Kasson, former farmers near lUVerne. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stripling of Sioux City spent Labor Day weekend with their parenits, Mrs Jessie Stripling %nd the Gordon Gregory family. 'Mr and Mrs Stanley Genrich, Verlaine 'Johnson and ''Junior HardcopfVisited the State Fair in' Des Moines Friday to Monday. Mrs Harley Christensen and daughter,- Laura of Estherville visited her mother, Mrs Anna Hanselman. A dinner honored Laura who leaves to teach at Wheaton, 111., and her cousin Audrey Hanselman who leaves for her 2nd^year at Iowa State University, Ames. Other dinner guests were Audrey's parents the LeRoy Hanselmans and the Earle Hanselman family. January and completed basic training'at Fort Riley, Kan. , He was graduated from Algorta high school in 1957. WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: Affiliated Fund Broad Street Investing Corp. Chemical Fiind Elecjronics, Investment Corp. Fidelity Fu^d Fundamental Investors Incorporated Investors Massachusetts Inv. Trust Minnesota Fund, Inc. National Investors Keystone Custodian Funds Wellington Fund HANDLING 100 MUTUAL FUNDS All Offerings By Prospectus LESLIE C. LARSON Rjngsted, Iowa -PHONE • Volunteer 6-0648 REPRESENTING Minneapolis Associates, Inc. 607 Marquette Ave, Minneapolis 2, Minn. WITHOUT OBLIGATION TO Mi i WOULD LIKE TO , KNOW MORE ABOUT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES f ""• , '''..* KlAME = - -.^.^^- | ^j f-^l f I %• —^^™-.—«. — «••»»— ^.-.-^.J... — — «p — — •*• -i- — » —• "^ — T -T . . T-— TT_ ADDRESS T , Tr — Tr r-^-r ; w -.,., ff:T - To Leslie Larion, Ringsted, Iowa (or Call Collect) Legal Notices NOTICE OF CHANGE OF BOUNDARIES OF WARDS AND VOTING PRECINCTS IN THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA Public notice is hereby given that, pursuant to action of the City Council of the City of Algonn, Iowa on the 20th day of'August, 1959, the boundaries of the wards in said City have been redescribed as follows: FIRST WARD— All that part of the City lying south of the center line of State Street and'west of the center line of S. Minnesota Street. SECOND WARD— AH that part of the City lying, south of the center line of State Street and cast of the center line of S. Minnesota Street. THIRD WARD- All that - part of the City lying north of the center line of State Street and east- of the center line Army Pvi. Richard F. Yeoman son of Mr and Mrs Bernard R Yeoman, 721 E. McGregor, Algona, recently . completed eighl weeks of military police training at The Provost Marshal General's School, Fort Gordon, Ga. The 21-year-old soldier received instruction in self defense, traffic control and the basic procedures of civil and military law. Yeoman, is a 1957 graduate of Algona high school. (U.S. Army PhotoX „.,-,—Q FURTH, GERMANY — Richard E. Framibach, 23, whose wife, Marlene, lives at 719 E. Oak st...! Algona, Iowa, recently was promoted to private first class in Germany where he is a member of the 4th Armored Division. >Framt>ach is a mechanic . in Company A of the division's 24th Engineer Battalion in -Furth. He entered the Army in December 1958 and received basic combat training at Fort Hood, Tex. He arrived-in, Europe last May. Before entering the Army, the 23-year-old soldier was employed by the Algona Street Department, rtis parents, Mr and Mrs Harold W. Fram'bach, live in Whitlemore. „_ in _/v_-„.-,-„ GRAFENWOHR, GERMANY Army Pfc. Donald L. Frideres, whose wife, Mary, lives in Whittemore, Iowa, is participating in a lengthy large-scale field training exercise with the 3d Armored Division in Grafcnwohr, Germany. The training will be climaxed by a mock War. Frideres, a forward observer in Battery C of the division's 6th Artillery in Gelnhausen, entered of N. Colby & GarXicld Street. FOURTH WARD— • x All that part of the City lying north of the center line of State Street and west of the center line of N. Colby & Carlield Street. You are hereby notified that the foregoing changes of boundaries of •wards is also a change of the voting precincts in the City of Algona. Iowa nd will become effective at the next eneral election. Published by direction oi the City IOimcU ' David A, Smith City Clerk (35-36-37) Tell Your Friends i ."'MEl'ET Ml' AT the Army in March 1958, received basic training at Fort Hood, Tex., and arrived in Europe last December. The 24-year-old soldier, son of Mr and Mrs Victor G. Frideres, 627 E. Elm st., Algona, is a 1954 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy ('High School) in Algona and was employed by Merryman Construction Co., in Algona, before entering the Army.' \By Mrs Cecil Godfredson ALG6NA-HOTEL The Harold Carrs visilod at the Donald Koons home Sunday evening. The Clifford Beadles ore doim?, chores t this week for his parents, Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Itch—Relieves Pain rtr? TiWk, N, V, (SpreUl) _ For tl|e first tinip scienpe has found* a new tieajing. substance with the astoij- 'inhing ability jtp shrink hemor- rhuicls, stop iichinp, and relieve pain •*• without surgery. Jn pass ftftcr sas'e,' while gently relieving pain/actual reduction .. 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See gas incinerators at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. CUSTARD-TOP CORN BREAD This golden delight tastes every bit as good as it looks. A big thatik-you to Mfft. Helen Silvia. Hiffbing, Minn., lot shattftg ft! Beat 2 eggs; add 1$ cups tugat* Mix thoroughly* Add J cup sweet milk, 1 cup dour milk (in which 1 ten. baking soda has been dissolved). Mix 1 % cups yellow cornmeal, % cup {tour, 1 tsp. salt. Blend into first mixture. Melt 2 Tbsp. butler in a shallow pan (9 x 13 inches). Pour batter over melted butter. Now pour 1 cup sweet milk over batter. Do not stir! Place in 400- clegree gas oven 30 minutes. Serves 12 to 16. CREATIVE ABILITY Have a budding young artist at your house? Let him experiment in every medium ... chalk, crayons, watercolors, fingerpaints. A special wall to display the masterpieces is a wonderful encouragement. Frames in which pictures can be changed are fun! DISCOURAGE DUST Stop dust from collecting on walls behind pictures: Glue tip-ends of pencil erasers or tiny foam-rubber squares to bottom corners of frame. f BROWN SUGAR LUMPS Keep brown sugar in your gas refrigerator. The "moist cold" will prevent it from hardening and lumping. If you place a cut apple slice or bread slice in with the brown sugar, this also helps to keep it soft and easy to use. Dissolve the lumps by rubbing over your kitchen grater, placed over a bowl. © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska CHAMPION Natural gas is piped into more homes every day; more families discover the efficient conveniences of this miracle fuel. They discover gas can't be beat for speed, safety, cleanliness and ease of installation! Isn't it good to know your pipeline supplier, Northern Natural Gas Company, never lets you down? They continue to supply gas to your local gas company, who pipes it into your home. 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