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Two Bancroft Men Patients In Yet Hospital > f Bancroft—Leo Kramer suffered a heart attack Friday and is a patient at Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Donald McCleish, son of Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish Sr., fell Monday night while walking home from town in front of the John Joe Welp residence. lie was taken to St. Ann hospital by Garry Ambulance and on Tuesday was transferred to the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Gets Nurse's Cap Mildred Heiar, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clem Heiar received her nurses cap in capping exercises at St. Vincent's School of Nursing at Sioux City Sunday, March 11. The ceremony was held at St. Joseph's Auditorium. At Sister's Funeral Mr and Mrs Robert Dransfcldt attended the funeral of Mrs Dransfeldt's sister, Mrs Roberta G. Gilchriest, who passed away following a heart attack. Funeral services were held from the First Methodist Church in Sheffield Friday. Mrs Drandsfeldt re- malned in Sheffield following the funeral to stay with her children. .* Mrs Leo Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs Charles Quinn left Friday for Hawaii. They are going to attend the ceremonies in which Father Robert Quinn is to be raised to a Monsignor. Mr and Mrs Edwar'd Goche took them to Des Moines where they left by plane. They plan to be gone two weeks. Mr and Mrs Walter Stenzel and Virginia and Mrs John Farrow went to Sauk Center, Minn., where they visited Mrs Farrow's mother, Mrs Carrie McDougle and at the Richard Farrow home. Richard Menke, Ken McGuire, Francis Menke, and Floyd Yackle spent Friday in Des Moines attending the Boys State Basketball Tournament. Also attending the games on Thursday were Mrs V. J. Meyer and Thomas Williamson, Patrick Sheridan and Thomas Garry. Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing and Joyce, Ames, were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and Mr and Mrs Al Lensing. Students of St. John's presented the play Seventh Summer Sunday night in honor of Father Schulles' feast day. The cast included Diane Deitering, Darlene Simmons, Patricia O'Donnell, Rita Hendrickson, Louise Garry, Tho- SPEAKING: Hot Water All Gone? "Who used all the hot water?" Sound familiar ? Yes, when Mom washes. Dad shaves, and the kids are up for baths all at once, there's apt to be a big shortage oi hot waler. Here's the answer. Install an automatic electric hot water heater in a size that suits your family's needs. Set the thermostat, and then all you have to do is turn on the faucet and laugh at the old days when there always wasn't enough water. Local appliance dealers and plumbers can give you full facts on an electric water heater, its economy, and its fully automatic features. Another electric item that helps to bring happy home living! Algona Municipal Utilities Phone 47 or 63 — Algona, Iowa Need More Seed Corri? We have PIONEER on hand For accurate planting, strong germination and big yields, see us for Pioneer seed corn. Still a good choice of hybrids and kernel sizes in early, medium or late maturities. R. I. Mawdsley-Algona Aaron Steussy-Algona C. L. Bailey-Algona Eugene Kollasch-Bode Harold Jones-Swea City T. O. Johnsoh-Swea City Wm. Martinek-Wesley Walter Vaudt-Whittemore mas Williamson, Elmer Schneider, Larry Wilhelmi, Pat 3h«ri- dan, Joan Ba««, Thorn** <3*f£?, Ann McGuire, Arthur DoyU, ftyt play is under the direction of Sl$* ter Mary William. 1 Last Rites At LuVeme For Mrs Hansen, 59 LuVetne — Funeral services were held 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, in the LuVerne Methodist Church for Mrs Van Hansen, 59, who passed away in St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minn., Sunday evening, March 11. Rev. Robert R. Kessinger officiated, at the service. Mrs Ray Stone, organist accompanied Mrs Bertie C. Ramus who sang. Casket bearers were Percy Brink, Harry Lichty, Glen Braynard, Henry Mertz, Ross Buffington and Dale Struthers. Blake Funeral Home, LuVerne, was in charge of arrangements and the interment was in the Buffalo Township Cemetery, near Titonka. Mrs Van Hansen, Ruth, daughter of J. D. Andrews and Rosa Andrews, was born December 23, 1896, near Hurt, Iowa. When Ruth was almost two years old her parents moved to a farm in the Doan Community where she attended rural school and later graduated from the Algona high school. She taught in rural schools for three years. On March 10, 1920, she was united in marriage to Van Hansen of Titonka. Their marriage was the first wedding ceremony performed in the Doan church after it was moved to the present location. , To this union were born three children: Darlene, Mrs Allyn Brink, LuVerne, Duane, Spencer and Patricia, Iowa' State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. , She is survived by her husband, Van; three children. Darlerie, •Duane and Patricia; five grandchildren, Kay, Raeann and Nancy Brink, Christopher and Stacie Hansen. Also four sister^ ah<J three brothers: Mrs Achsiah Erickson, Crook, Colorado; Mrs Carol Struthers, Oakdale, Iowa; Mrs No la Hoover, Burt; Mrs Fern Young, Algona, Howard Andrews, Titonka, J. Dean Andrews of Burt and L. J. Brown, Nampa, Idaho. Mrs Hansen. joined the Methodist church in 1913 and was very active in the Woman's Society of Christian Service and all church activities. Irvington Co-Qp Elevator Holds Annual Meeting Irvington — The Co-Operatiye Elevator Co. held its annual meeting on March 13th. J. C. Mavvdsley resigned his position as director, after having served 35 years in that capacity. John Schnakenberg was elected as new director; others holding over as directors are Hugh Raney, Harry Sabin, Art Gade, Hugh Black. Howard Raney, Ed Mawdsley, B. Capesius and John Lud- wifi. The question of building .another large quonset for storage of government corn was discussed. All members seemed to be in favor. Wm. Batt Jr. is at home after having spent a few weeks in California. Mr and Mrs Charles Harmon have located here and Charles will be employed by Elmer Dole for this year. Mrs Vena Schneider went to Iowa City on Tuesday March 20 for a further check-up on her hip injury. The Irvington Twp. Homemakers Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs Charles Reaper with Mrs Carl Seip as assisting hostess. About 20 ladies attended. Mrs Gene Colwell and sons of Livermore visited relatives here Wednesday evening. A Llirt* rt «M* • Ulttf I* 1 ***** It WM Thu»H*f aUffiMtft III* t attended and enjqyfcd ft big f«f< but oh by th« boy scout gtoufr o Fh« Burt vicinity *fi4 WM li mi * swell fetd? You t«l! '«m. I was a fried fish teed and thi S inis who Wok over the frytfU the finny tribe sure fcnew theii stuff because on account of tho»< fish meats were jwre done up in. the swellest of manner. I todk ft view in the f kitchen and theft were seven gent cooks doing theif stuff with the fish frying pans. And they knew their fish, toa because on account of I asked them about the fish they were frying. And they each and everyone seemed to be 100 per cent familiar with the variety of the finny tribe they were fixing to serve. Clifford Abbas told me that he was frying striped bftss, Roland Lavrenz said his fish was of the sea perch type, Mike Baer said that the sturgeon served in his frying pan, Harold Stewart insisted that the favorite muskd- lunge of the Great Lakes weife being done over his fire, Donald Patterson told me he ^BS taking care .of the mackefal type, Stanley Black said that his pan was taking carfe of the pickerel and Ray Westlihg said that, trie tender carp was being properly taken care 6f in his pan. Yep, the seven gpnts surt seehied to know the know about the' finny tribe and it's a- cinch the fi&h ffyfng proved 100 pefcent dandy, so to sp'e'ak. ;,-...'' • ;: . '.".",', V*p, it wai.sur* • swftU Hih fry feed artd I tobk 6n: aplenty. 1 1 was met at the door tot the Legion hall where'the feed, was taking on.'by,W>U Steward; -ell? Marshal, and he made me feel rig^t'at horhe arid, w.elddme because on- account of. >he had '.no .warrant'.to serve oh ,me but,he "did say that'I might 'be smart', to go easy, on' my spbUting off !at the mouth With my, big woVrfs. Arid it Was Clifford Johttsori attd Ralph' > Markla, of Algona; -Wh6 told him that ithey.«would hover close'to me-and help keep nte frtinvover-dqing my spetching, so to speak. And Marion' Chipman, the ticket man at the door'weir corned me 1 and told me to forget about an entrance '1ick.et. and which was nice of him. But he did suggest that' I keep my mouth- harp in my pocket because , on account of he didn't want fqlks to suffer head aches, so to speak. And th«n MUford Smith, : ceouf master fhd Bill Giddjngs,' as,sist- 4nt scout master, welcqrnqd, ,ni? 'as though I might We 9. reiUy top gent, and was I ever h»ppy because of the attention givenjnie. And they introduced me to niany gents of the Burt neighborhood and I was again made to feel right at home and it's a cinch that I sure enjoyecj every minute with the big doing and the scouV teed. Yep, I admit it, those gents at Burt sure are of the swell sort and the feed and program put on by the Burt boy scouts proved an butstanding and siire enjoable event. Got .to give it to those Burt folks they're swell and the most pleas'ant and enjoyable 'sort to mee.t and; visit with. And IVe been asked to attend often the sessions put on by the Burt boy scouts and I'm promising that I'll sure do that. U, S. Bond Soli Logs In County Kosauth County is lagging Slightly behind the state average in sales of series E and H savings b&nds so far this year, according to county chairman G. D. Shurn- Wav of AJgoAa. •_ A total of $359,690 in bonds have been purchased by county ffcsidefits, n jjerteftt of, the county's quota fof 1956. Total jMifchases in the stat* hit $37,- W.3.MO, 22 percent of the year's ? Uota. The National average is Sbercent to date. Purchases of bonds in surrounding counties, together with >ercentage of quota attained are: Smmet, $242,310, 22 percent; lancock, $292,335, 28 percent; Jumboldt, $274,824, 28 percent; Palo Alto, $159,506. 15 percent; ind Winnebago, $262,822, 26 per cent. Misanthropy, which means hatred of mankind, has the exact opposite meaning of the word philanthropy. Tri-County N.F.O. Meeting Mar. 21 Merwin Coad, Democratic candidate for Representative in the United States Congress for the sixth district, will discuss what lie terms, "the administration's political plundering of the American farm economy", in a major farm address to be delivered Wednesday, March 21, at a Iri-. county meeting of the National Farmers Organization. This meeting is to be held in St. Mary's school gymnasium in Emmetsburg at 8 o'clock 'that evening. N.F.O. members from Palo Alto, Emmet, and Pocahontas counties are expected to fill the gymnasium to hear Coad who will be the featured speaker. The story of Longfellow's "Evangeline" is based on fact. And. (gain I'm sure proud of being'a Dane because on account of a Panish girl, Caroline Pedersen of Ledyard, was honored last week by being named to the Fourth Iowa Daily Press Association All-State basketball team. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Soren Pedcrsen of Ledyard and I take it for granted that the Pedersens are Danish because on account of the spelling of the name. I know that Soren is a Danish given name. I have a brother, Soien, a Cousin Soren and uncle, Soren, anq they're sure Danes, still breathing and eating in Denmark. So I believe I'm right in judging the Peder- sens being as Dane as J an). And I'm sure happy over the honor extended Caroline and it just go'es to show that we Danes can also get places, so to speak. Ysp, politics is with ui •gain end now within a short time there ave going to be meetings and conventions and selecting of political delegates to doing by way of township, county and state pffices. And the two major parties, republican and democratic, are really getting into tWs game from now on. And as usual there is going to be plenty of activity, politically, by members of both parties. Just how and which party is going to tajte over in this neighborhood is now the, mind-ridden political thought. Yep, both ,parties seem to reel that they a.re going to take over and the political angle.will be a prominent one from now on until election day in jffovernber. Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science FM« Hc*ling SubfUnct TJltt Po« fo»th— Relieve* Pam— $hrira« H*!Harrt»Qi4f N.w York, N. V. (Sprviiil) - For th« first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and tu relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage i took place. Mo-' H»',n:''M[f <>f -.ill — results were 10 ll.oioi.jh thai jui/cicM madt »st«n,Uhlng it»teui«nti lilt* "file* h#v« fcuaed, to be 4 problem!'' The teem U a n»w healing |ub- »t»nee (8io-pyne»)-fdi*covtjy of « •world-f}uou» research instilutt. This substance U now »y»il«bl« in luvvoiitvraot ointiittnt form under the nam« PraparotiflB, #,» 4t y$\jj Money barV •OttCt Of SCHOOL ELECTION VtffLic NOTICE is Hereby given to the qualified voters of the Sentral Community School District, in the Counties of Kossuth ind Palo Alto, SUte of Iowa, that A special school election has been called And ordered to be held in And (or Mid School District on the 4th day of April, 1956, Whereat there will be submitted to the Voters of said Sehtral Cbrfirnunily School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, totvlt: "Shall the Board' ttt ."Directors ,of the Sentral Community School District hi the Counties of Kos- euth arid Palo Alto, SUte of Idwa, iMue bonds in an Amount- not to exceed $450,000.00 for the purpose of carrying out a school building program consisting of erecting a . new secondary school building, procuring , a site therefor ih , the Northeakt Corner of the Southeast Quartet 1 . (SE ft) of Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-seven (07) North Rftnf* Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, and procuring and improving adjoining land as a site for an athletic field In and fof Mid School DUtrlct?" The polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P. M. of said day and for said election the whole of said Community School District has been consolidated into and will constitute one voting precinct and the polling place therefore Will be at the school building In the Town of Lone Rock, Kossuth County, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 296, Code of Iowa, 1954, and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures in accordance therewith and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 27th day of February, 1056. Dated at Fcnton, Iowa, this 27th day of February, A.D., 1956. Donna J. Swanson Secretary, Board of Directors (Published March 6. 13, 20 and 27, 1956, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) fu0»ctay, March 20, 1956 Algeria (Id.) Upper DM Mo!n«»-5 NOTICE or AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF BUHT SAVINGS BANK, BOftT, IOWA KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: Notice Is hereby given that at the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Burt Savings Bank, a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, held at the office of the Bank in Burt, Iowa, on the 10th day of January, 1956, after due and legal notice had been given to the stockholders thereof, in conformity with its Articles of Incorporation and the provisions of the Code of Iowa, the following Amendment was adopted. By striking all of Section I of Article V and by Inserting in lieu thereof the following: "The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted and managed by a Board of not less than five (5) nor more than nine (9) directors, who shall be elected from the stockholders at the annual meeting of the corporation and shall hold office for a term of one year or until their successors are elected and qualified and have accepted their office." H. E. Rachut, Chairman Marlon M. Chipman, Secretary (Published Feb. 28, March 6, 13 and 20, 195C, in the Algona, Iowa, Upper DCS Moines). City Council of Algona. Iowa, has received from Victor Fisher and Florence M. Fisher, husband and wife, Algona, Iowa, a proposal to bjy from the city the following described real estate, to-wit: That part of Ackley Street heretofore vacated as a street lying between the South line of East Elm Street and the East-West line running through Blocks 161 and 162, Call's Addition to Algona, extended across said Ackley Street, it being that portion of Ackley Street lying between Lot 4, Block 162 and Lot 1, Block 161, Call's Addition to Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa for the sum of $225.00 plus costs of proceedings necessary In connection with said sale including publication of legal notices and that said proposal 13 COLORS 13 RUSCO WINDOWS SALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION gives you more convenience and comfort than any other combination window 1 RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home 1 Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the BIG BOM FIRE SALE Now Going On. Furniture, Hardware & Appliances Selling At Near Give Away Prices The Sale The Whole Country Is Talking About SWANSON Hardware, Furniture & Appliance Store-WHITTEMORE will be acted upon by the City Council at the Council meeting to be held it 7:30 p.m.. April 11, 105B, In the Council Chambers of the City Hall. Algoiia, Iowa. This notice Is given pursuant to 1054 Code Section 368.39. Dated this 17th dny of March. A.D., 1Q58. CITY OF ALGONA. IOWA By Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor (Published March 20 nnd 27. 1956, in The Algona (Town) Upper DCS Moines.) I »^ h<V i-D SLEEP; TIGHT, TONIGHT] FEEL' * • RIGHT, jvjTOMORROW I DRINK A GLASS OF MILK •BEFORI I With you out of this picture . . WHO WOULD PAY THE MORTGAGE? Probably a total stranger who would get your home at a bargaiti. 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