UNCEMENT THE SECURITY STATE BANK IS NOW PAYING... GUARANTEED INTEREST AlOONA, IOWA, tUKbAY, JANUARY 9/-IM9 READ THi WANT ADS-r4T PAYS They Work for You atAMU Walter D. Peterson a minute into the mains, 620,000 gallons on hand in tanks, jfflome* VOL 99 - NO. 1 Wesleyans Fiber Flowers Make A Big Hit In Denver LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Blglngs „,. If y°« want to talk 'water', pay a visit to th«> SMS? and C r in Wlth Walter Peterson "foreman, 5ft iSff* 10 * SerVke With AMU ' "?'" also show you on 1-year certificates and o on REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS! The Federal Reserve Board and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation recently passed a ruling enabling banks to pay 4% on 1-year Time Certificates of Deposit In keeping with this ruling, the officers and directors of the Security State Bank, Algona, Iowa, have elected to' offer this service to our customers. Interest @ -396 will be credited semi-annually on Savings Accounts. ANOTHER NEW SERVICE AT... SECURITY STATE BANK ^300,000 Gallons of H20 Mr. and Mrs. James Trauger ancT children spent the holidays In California. They visited his father Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger, in Riverview. Guy Trauger, who is confined by illness, is well-known here. They also visited the Robert Snnford family at Palm Dale, a brother of Mrs. James Trauger Mr. and Mrs. Keith Voss and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weber went Friday to Bloomington, Minn., where they attended the wedding of Lmda Sorensen and John Blass at 10 a.m. Dec. 30 in, a Catholic church there. The bride; ^ the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn : Sorensen of Mason City and r the late Harold Sorensen, was a classmate of Mr; and Mrs. Voss and ; LeRoy Weber In the LuVerne school. Mrs. Minnie Henderson has gone to Los Angeles, Calif,, to visit her daughters Jeanette arid Geraldine, the George Cupps and' Robert Carstesen families. Jan. 1 guests in the Ray Agard home were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rowen and Larry of Garner. Jan. 1 dinner guests of Mrs. Mane Maass and family were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marty and Norman of Hardy, Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Guy arid family of LuVerne. A family dinner of the children of Mrs. Jessie Sanford was held Dec. 31 in the LuVerne town hall. Present were the Francis Sanford, Aljmon Havlck, Norman Larson, William Chantland families of Badger, - the Irvin .McGowans of Clear Lake, the Bobby Caudles of Ellsworth, Wayne Sanfords and Milton Wilhelms of LuVerne. , Marvin Maass concluded his vacation with his mother, Mrs. Marie Maass and family and returned Jan. 2 to State College of Iowa at, Cedar Falls. . ' Dec. 31 guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory were his brother Mr. and Mrs. LawraflcSrWallory- . son Bob, .niece .Mt*. Worry Mak ' 7 &f : 3S gm ' Mlnn -' his ' sj s ter . arid-Mrs. Hilman Hendrickson f Riceville. David Trauger and Earle Hanselman concluded their holiday vacation with their parents, the Harold Trauger and Earle Hanselman Sr. families, and returned to (I.S.U. at Ames. Jan. 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley- A former Wesley real- dent, Bob Muehe, is the subject o! a special featurd article In the Dec. 3 magazine section of a Denver newspaper. He now lives In Denver, and he and his wife have 22 employees in a $100,000 business that all started In Wesley some years back; It is the only business of its find in the Rocky Mountain area, the making of synthetic holiday plants from wood fibre. c The synthetic flower business >egan when a friend bet Muehe HO that he could not .make a flow- • er from wood fibre. He made one, and has been making them ever since. Spool, trees, .toothpick irees, fruit trees; and trees' made frdm stryofoanvaX well as'chenille dis-: plays, centerpieces, 'Wreaths. eW. are all products of the company, noW'known as Bob's Florette 1 ^ and located at 4401 Temiyson i St. In Denver. - ... •. . '••. ' .. ,•- -,Y • ?. : Flowers that ! fool..' the bees! are made in more than 50 varieties from patterns of.Muehe's own design, i : ;.:.,',':-,...,:, •.':)- , .;, : The firm offers classes two afternoons and two evenings a week,' and are; attended by a wide var- 1 iety of persons interested in? a hobby. Bob is a son of the late.Mr. and Mrs. Barney. Muehe. He is a brother of John Muehe and : Mrs. Urban Lickteig of Wesley, Randy Lee of.-'Marian were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty. ' .'<•:' , Guests Dec. 30 of Mr. and Mrs. Jnhies Mallory- were her'parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden of; Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madden, Bob and Sherry 6f Armstrong. The occasion was to celebrate the .wedding anniversaries Dec. 30 of the James Mallorys, and Joe, Maddens and Leonard Maddens. Dec. 31. Mrs. James Paponchis of Chicago arrjved Sunday for a week's visit with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs % Cecil Baker 'and Mickey^" 1 ' Mr.\and Mrs'. Hugh §hirk Vere Dec. 31 guests of her sister, the Konwth* Chamberlains at Iflebb, * The occasion was to celebrate/the kft*flir1h«r *f A!_-.!„ tt __ jL L their motner'fflfra who was 80 Jail 2. Wrtliaay of Claire Jones . Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mrs. D. F. Jones of Royal J Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Toft of Spender, tfrs. B. A. De Mars of Larimer, Mr. and Mrs. John McCall and amily of. Winnipeg, Canada., Mrs. Ray Stone, Marcia, and Donald were Sunday visitors ; with I w ™ —'- "••"• • M**V* 4f<Li O, James Mallory were Mr. and Mrs Earle Hanselman and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindebak and fam- I ilies of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jergensen and Becky of Omaha, Neb., were I Friday forenoon "callers'with recent guests of his parents, Mr. Karen Baer and children and Mrs. Jess Jergensen. ' her mother, Mrs. E. A. Schroe<Jer 95, who lives at the Western Home in Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. James Baer> and two sons of St. Charles, 111., were Algona Municipal Utilities "LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY" Mrs. Jessie Sanford has return- fed from a ten day visit with her daughter the Bobby Caudle family and her sister, Mrs. Hannah plsen at Ellsworth. Mrs. Mabel Thompson had as guests Saturday evening her son Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson and girls of Mason City. Sunday guests were her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Burgardt and Merna of Plover. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Elbert and COLDS THE FRIENDLY BANK MEMBER F,D,I,CJ, ALGONA, IOWA COUGHS SNIFFLES This Is The Season For All The Family To Be On Guard And Prevent Serious Illness From Striking Some Member Down. Get On That Illness As Soon As It Starts, If Medical Attention is Needed, Call Your Doctor At The Earliest Possible Time. Remember - He Is Ready 24 Hours A Day To Serve You, So Try Not To Call Him After Hours Unless It If Really Necessary. We Are Also Ready 24 Hours A Day To Guard Your Health. Call On Us For Your Prescriptions. RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY 117 lent Strt* St. CY 4-2349 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bigjngs, Lynn and Bradley were Sunday evening visitors with her sister, Mr; and Mrs. Elmer Wendt, Lor. ne, Steven and Kathy at Bode. Raymond. Legler, Denny Ray and Charles went Tuesday to take Denny Ray back to the school for deaf at Council Bluffs after'he spent the holidays with his fam« ily. i Mr. and Mrs: Sylvester Brace and boys moved Wednesday to make their home on a farm near Lone Rock. They lived the past nine years in this community. Mrs. Brace, former Charlene Rath was a teacher in the LuVerne school before her marriage. Mrs. Lillie Hesse, LuVerne, her son, the Dr. Norman Hesse family of Renwick, were Dec. 31 guests of their daughter and sister, Rev, Elmer Wehrspann family at Aurelia. Capt. Lyell H. Holmes, El Tore Marine Air Base, Santa Ana, Cal., spent the holidays with his parents, the Clifford Holmes family. Mrs. Holmes and Julie, who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm family at St. Benedict since. Oct., returned home with Lyejl. Deq. 31 guests in the Joseph Narcross home were her mother Mrs. Sam Mickelson, Clarence Mickelsons, Larry Greenwoods of Belmond, Lyle Bakers of Iowa Fails, Douglas Sharps of Clew- Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Narcross of LuVerne. 4»H King, Queen Audrey Gardner and John Mescher, both from Plum Creek ownship, were crowned 1962 Project King and Queen at the annual 4-H Fun Night, December 28. They were chosen by the votes from heir fellow 4-H'ers attending the Fun Night, at the Algona Ugh chool. °^ TAX TIME? An adding m«». tune is a necessity. They are Iso an excellent gift. We hav« hem. Upper Pea Moinea o., Algous.
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