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Page Two N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 12, 2020 Published Weekly on Thursdays By NNVarren Town and County News Established May 1968 PO. Box 325, 1122 Main St. Ste. 1, Norwalk, IA 50211 515-981-0406 Publisher interim Editor Office Steven F. Klein Sara Davis Annie Williamson Subscription Rates: per year - Single Copy 50¢ Senior Citizens College Students $17 per year Residents outside Warren Polk Co. $26 per year ALL ADVERTISING AND NEWS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 12:00 PM NOON ON FRIDAY TO ENSURE PUBLICATION IN NEXT ISSUE We reserve the right to accept or refuse all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisment at any time. Periodicals Postage Paid at Nonrvalk, lowa & additional mailing offices Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to P0. Box 325, Norwalk, IA Member of: National Newspaper _ _ lowa Newspaper Assocratlon Association SHIIP Can Help with Medicare’s Open Enrollment Every 'year between October 15th and December 7th, persons with Medicare Part D have the opportunity to review their drug plan during open enrollment. This review is a good check for cost- and coverage. SHIIP (Senior Health Insurance Information Program) volunteer counselors are available for a confidential, unbiased and free review. Call SHIIP at, 515-962-5375 to schedule your appointment either at the Indianola Activity Center West 2nd Ave) or by phone. Changes in coverage take effect January SHIIP counselors can help With applications for assistance With prescription drug costs for those with limited income and savings. Call for more information. Myer 50th Anniversary ard Shower GaryandPeggyMyer were married Nowmber8th, 1970. They have 3 children and their spouses, 7 grandkids, and 4 great-grandkids. They have lived in Norwalk their entire lives, besides a short stay in Washington State while Gary finished up are his military service. area? Please help congratulate them with a card shower: 7808 G24 Hwy Indianola, IA 50125 OBITUARY Madalene Lane, 81, Norwalk died peacefully November 3rd, at Unity Point Iowa Metho- dist Medical Center in Des Moines, Iowa. Madalene Carol, the daughter and youngest of four children born to Paul Dale and Myrtle Mae (Bancroft) Cameron, was born five miles south of Scranton, Iowa in a farmhouse in rural Greene County. She grew up alongside her siblings, Marvel, Janice and La Verne. She started school in Bayard and continued her education in the Indianola school system, then graduated from Norwalk High School with the Class of 1957. She met the love of her life, Jack Ronald Lane, While in school and they were united in marriage on July 14th, 1957 at the United Methodist Chur— ch in Norwalk. To this union they had three children, Randy, Rusty, and Sandra. Madalene worked as a homemaker until 1978 when she went to Work at the Norwalk Middle School as a secretary and student monitor, retiring in 1998. MADALE NE LANE supportive mother/ grandmother and never missed a school event Where her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were involved. She enjoyed watching sports with Jack, attending auto races in Newton, being involved with the Za-Ga- Zig Shrine activities, Norwalk Fire Ladies Auxiliary, being with her family camping in their travel trailer, loved working in the yard and tending to her flower garden, and her dogs, Peppi and Choco. Madalene was pre- ceded in death by her parents and her two sisters. She will lovingly be remembered by her husband, Jack, her children, Randy (Patti) of Indianola, Rusty (Roxy) of Newton, and Sandra (Tom) Jensen of Minne- apolis, MN; her brother LaVerne (Carrol) Cam- eron of Milo, IA; 9 grandchildren, Jason (Amanda), Joshua (Bran- dy), Jeremy (Amanda Jo), Mitchell (Kendra), Monica (Travis), Allison, Kara (Chris), Jayme, and Michael (Ann); and 22 great-grandchildren. A graveside service was held November 7th at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Des Moines. Please consider mak- ing donations to the Norwalk Firefighters Association or the Shriners Children’s Hospital in the Twin Cities. To leave an online condolence, please visit www.0learyfunerals.com. OBITUARY AMY HENDRICKS Amy Hendricks, 56, Norwalk, passed away peacefully Wednesday morning, September 30th, in Des Moines, Iowa after a long illness. Amy was born June 1st, 1964 in Council Bluffs, Iowa to Earl & Shirley Crum. She was united in marriage to Patrick Hendricks in 1992. Together they raised four strong, good looking children — Matthew, Hannah, Thomas, & Nathan. In addition to her immediate family, she is survived by her mother Shirley, her sister Vicky, and four grandchildren. A Visitation was held for the family on October 2nd, She will be forever loved & never forgotten! To leave an online condolence for Amy’s family, please visit WWW. olearyfuneralscom. Lions Club Collection Boxes The Norwalk Lions Club reminds community members to please donate your used eyeglasses and hearing aids, for the club to share with those in need. Lions Club members appreciate your support in their many club projects. If you have any questions, please contact a Norwalk Lion member. Norwalk Lions Club collection boxes are at the following locations: City State Bank; Optometric Associates; O’Leary Funeral & Cremation Services; Luana Savings Bank; St John the Apostle Catholic Church; Fellowship Community Church; Norwalk Christian Church; N orwalk United Methodist Church; New Life Lutheran Church; and Crossroads Church. Celebrating a Birthday or Anniversary? We’d love'to help you spread the word about a special day, so neighbors, family members, and friends can help you celebrate. A birthday or anniversary ad this size (including a picture if you wish) is only $25/week. Call our office at 515-981-0406 or email us at news@norwalknewspaper. com today to create an ad for YOUR special day. Warren County Senior Nutrition Program Menu For Martensdale Meal Site Contact Vicki White for information 515-961-1003 Current Operating Practices WarrenCounty Nutrition Will continue to deliver meals to the elderly, but with a few changes. The meals will be in bags and hung on the door. The driver will knock and then walk away. We are no longer permitted to walk into a participant’s home. You must be home to get a meal delivered to you. If you would like to participate in home delivery of meals, please call 641-764-2736 for details. The meal site itself (for dine-in service) is closed until further notice. . Thursday, November 12 Tuesday,I November 17 Cook’s Choice . Deli Sandwich Minestrone Soup Friday, November 13 Crackers Hamburger on Bun Fruit Cocktail Lettuce/Tomato Pineapple/ Cherry Crisp Hash Brown Casserole Corn macaw Strawberries Spaghetti W/ Meat Sauce Lettuce Salad Monday, November 16 Mixed Berry Cup Fish Gingersnap Cookie Rice Pilaf Garlic Breadstick Capri Vegetables Autumn Fruit Salad Thursday, November 19 Butterscotch Pudding Chicken Pot Pie Cauliflower Apricots Central College Ceramics Exhibit An exhibit featuring current resident artists of the Iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio Will run through November 20th at the Mills Gallery in the Lubbers Center for the Visual Arts on the campus of Central College. The exhibit is titled “(un)comfort” and Will feature two pieces by eight artists. One piece will showcase their typical work, While the other pushes their boundaries. The Mills Gallery is open from 9 am. to 5 pm. M-F. Oatmeal Raisin Bar Eric E. O’Leary Owner 6* Director Amy Hendricks Madalene Lane Age 56, Norwalk Age 81, Norwalk www.01earyfunerals.com Main Street, Norwalk ' (515) 981-0700