The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1965 · Page 3
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ONE OF THE THINGS I like best about the holiday seasons are the cards and letters from friends and readers. They are still arriving as I write this, for it isn't yet Christmas, so I'll share some of them with you - at least the ones from people you might know. - o FIRST CARD OF THE SEASON was from Leota and Fred Geigel. It reminded me that I hadn't done one thing about Christmas. Helen and Curly Pratt write their grandchildren, David and Linda keep them busy when they stay with them. They recalled eating oysters with us last winter and hope we can do it again soon. Nettie Grubb Etherington wrote that she is able to be out and around more this winter after her long enforced bed rest. Myrtle Sorensen says Jens is glad he doesn't have to mow the lawn for a while - something we are still doing. - o ZELDA REID WRITES THAT the time between Christmases certainly goes fast. Her father, Ben, is the same as usual and Benita is okay but she did have a hard fall earlier this fall. Amy Geering says she goes over to our old house occasionally when she visits Bea Lynk. Amy is right when she says I'm probably up in the clouds over the anticipated summer event. Betty Schumacher of Whittemore, wrote that both Harold's folks are in separate hospitals but that they are fairly well themselves. Millie Klamp wishes she and Walter were in Florida right now. - o DARLENE FEASTER WRITES that our mutual son and daughter will be with them for Christmas and we envy them. However, Kathie writes from Rochester, Minn, that they are having their own tree at home also. Frances Weise says she supposes she would miss the four seasons weather if she moved to Florida (this is true for a while). Frances. Kitty Phillips, and Nelda Finn all wrote that their next trips will probably be to California because of relatives. (Otherwise they'd surely prefer Florida). However, Marion (Corey) and Everett Rekers of Cedar Falls are coming to Florida for Christmas and we can hardly wait to see them. - o MINNIE LONG WROTE FROM Acampo, Calif, a letter that really gave me a lift. She has collected 48 of her favorite Woman s . World columns I I'll bet nobody but Grace has an equal number. Mrs. Long sent color photos of displays of her exquisite egg shell" art work. She teaches arts and crafts at a camp every summer. A most gracious and talented ladyl Her daughter, Trudie, a pal from my high school days, also writes that she is an avid fan. They live on a ranch now and are continually remodeling it. Trudie and her husband, Wally Clow have sons at Utah S. U. and Sacramento State and their daughter, Susan, is married and is an interior decorator. - o ANOTHER CALIFORNIA FRIEND, the former Alice Chester who was an Algona teacher, wrote that she had been married during the past year to Scott Ijams, and very happily. Her son, Jim March, was married to a "Georgia Peach" in October and Alice and her daughter, Debbie, flew there for the wedding. Betty Barry Berrie wrote from McGregor their Marina had been flooded out during the past spring but after a six-week delay was open for summer tourists, She and Roy have seven grand- ; ,children now with another expected momentarily. _ - o GOT QUITE A CHARGE OUT 0* THE Gerald Voigts of Fenton, card, It had a picture of a large family on it and it had me puzzled for a bit, The inscription read, "It's really from us- but the folks up the street take a better picture 1" The letter from the former Kathleen Evans, her husband Ralph Tingley and their daughter, Barbara, had an unusual and appropriate theme, a quotation from the Bible, It went on with "A Time to Work with Ralph's 13th year of teaching history at Sioux Falls, So, Dakota College, "A Time to Play" with their various trips, "A Time to Serve", etc. Ruth Ann Sigsbee Beardsley wrote from Lincoln, Nebraska, for us to be sure to root for Nebraska in the Orange Bowl - as if we needed any reminder, although I've been having quite an argument with my young friend who insists I should root for Alabama. ' - o MY IOWA STATE COLLEGE friend, Louise Cotnam, who later married Max Richardson of Algona, writes that their father Byron, was in New Jersey where they live last summer and they drove all over seeking out historic spots. Louie says she learned more about New Jersey from Algona's former mayor; Byron^ San she'd learned in the 20 years they've lived there. Para Waller Zender wrote from Brecksville, Ohio, that this will be their first Christmas away from home. - o GILBERT AND MARY ELIZABETH Kuyper wrote of their lightning move from St. Paul to their new pastorate at St. James, Minn They enclosed a picture of their family, an attractive group but so suddenly grown - a sentiment I duplicated when I saw the picture of Bob and Ruth Sigsbee's, Bobby, Judy, Jim and "Muriel Vuanita arid Wss "Rerilz wrote that they are getting the "Florida Fever" and would like a fishing trip with us. Their daughter, Dianna, has set Feb. 13 for her wedding date. Russ's father Estel, must be a person with much stamina - he and his wife, Selma, wrote. from Crystal River, Fla. that this summer they started on a trip north and Estel had 22 teeth pulled in North Carolina and then continued a fe v hours later on a non-stop trip to Michigan and thence to Burt and Algona! - o SHIRLEY PRATT WROTE THAT she and Merle like their new home at Pella, Their Bob had a lead in a S. C. I. Christmas play, and my darlings, Dave and Deb, are growing like proverbial weeds. Corrine and Glenn Gabrielson wrote from Sexton that they especially enjoy family items in this column even though they know how youngsters feel about having themselves written about. Marie and John DuttonwiU have all their family home for Christmas except George and family of California - they usually take their vacation in the summer with the family in the Algona cottage at Cass Lake. - o ~ DORRIS LONG PITCHER, Wellesville, Pa. writes her usual Christmas tale of her busy and interesting life. She's taking college courses and also teaching high school English and Latin. Kay Isaacson, now of Fort Dodge, had her color workshop written up in Editors Digest of New York. Mary Corrine bmith writes that she and Craig enjoyed meeting their newest grandchild, Mary Beth in October. Isabel Greenberg Alt, West Des Moines, and her husband, Don, will have their Marilyn who works in Chicago and Sally, student at S. U. I., and Jim, 14, all home for a week, Ken and Thelma Knudsen, Des Moines, eldest daughter, Karen, is married and lives in New Jersey and Linda is a S. U. I. student. Alice Zeigler Gaines and Art, Pine Lawn, Mo., were through sarasota last summer but couldn't stop. We're still looking forward to a vieit from John and Elaine Bishop, Pittsburgh, and Jim Bishop, Cincinnati, Ohio, is due here soon since he is taking an early retirement from the bus company. - o - JUST ENOUGH ROOM TO WISH you all a Happy New Year. Have to omit the recipe but I could use this one sent by my college roommate, Jan Souder Dudley, food director for the Des Moines public schools. It is for Pizza and it starts - 2,808 pounds ground beef; 936 pounds cheese - ! GRACE State Liquor Store Here Hod $312,397 Sales Algona liquor store sales for the year ending June 30 totaled $312,397.24 according to figures released Monday by the state auditor's office. Other liquor store sales in the area for the same 12 months were: Armstrong - $126,668.69. Bancroft - $146,065.85. Livermore - $141,462.81. West Bend-$99,192.51. State stores as a whole had a profit of over $17 million for the fiscal year. Golden Wedding For Schroeders LEDYARD - Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder of Lakotawere oleasantly surprised when local relatives had a fiftieth wedding anniversary party for them, at the home of their son and wife, the Melvin Schroeders. They and Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder were invited to come and spend the evening with their son and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Ahrend Hans, Mrs. Mary Zoller, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans of SweaCity,Mr.andMrs. Adolph Poppe, Jr. and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson and Dale all surprised them. The wedding anniversary was Dec. 22 and friends and relatives had a card shower for them. The Melvin Schroeders also entertained them at dinner on Tuesday. Scout Awards To 18 During Bryant Fete pack 70 met at Bryant gym at 7:30 p. m. Dec. 21. Den 1 had the opening ceremony. The attendance flag was won by all 6 dens. Den 5 led the audience in song. Dens 3 and 6 had the exhibit of things they made this month. Den 4 had the skit. Awards were given to Jim Welp, Kevin Ruhnke, John Robinson, Tim Zittritsch, MarkMon- tag, Steve Schneider, Erman Hansen, Ricky Ringsdorf, Kevin Ballard] Kevin Hensley, John Eller, Scott Dodds, Jack Limbaugh, Elaine Meyer, James Monson, David Besch, Steven Long and Gary Carman. Den 2 had the closing, after which refreshments were served by the den mothers. Graveside Rites For Hansen Baby At Whittemore Graveside rites for infant Marie Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hansen, Algona, were held at St. Michael's cemetery at Whittemore at 2:30 p. m. Sunday, with Fr. Peter Fransco officiating. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The baby died at birth Christmas Day at Park hospital, Mason City. Besides the parents, survivors include 10 brothers and sisters. W«dn«*day, Dee. 29, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r D«s MolnM-3 Silver Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hurt, former residents of Algona, will observe their silver wedding anniversary with an open house, Friday, Dec. 31, from 2 to 5 p. m. at their home in Spirit Lake. Friends and relatives are cordially invited. Masons To Install Prudence Lodge No. 205, A,F. & A. M. will hold a public installation of officers elected and appointed for the year 1966 at 8 p. m, on Thursday, Jan. 6, 1966, at the Masonic Temple here. Stewart McFadden will act as installing officer. The public is cordially invited to attend, and a lunch will follow the ceremonies. One Case One new case was filed in district court here this week, Ronald Peck, plaintiff, is seeking to obtain $287.50 from George Johnson, defendant, claimed due for use of the plaintiff's bull for breeding purposes, Brother Succumbs The Rov. Lamber Heinen, 81, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic church at Albia, died Sunday afternoon at an Ottumwa hospital. Among the seven brothers and sister surviving are Miss Josephine Heinen and Mrs. Anna Weishaar, both of Algona, Elected King Brian Espe, son of Mr. and Mrs, Bud Espe of Whittemore, student and member of the basketball squad at Mason City Junior College, was elected King during the Christmas Formal V it's Potty Time. ctkyeor-eruL HOOD'S SUPER X/ALU IN ALGONA vTV Prices Good Wednesday Thursday Friday Hi-C ORANGE DRINK OR LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE YOUR CHOICE 46 oz. cans KARAVAN MANDARIN ORANGES STEAK SALE 11 oz, cans Jfl CHEF BOY-ARDEE CHEESE U.S.D.A. CHOICE ROUND OR SWISS STEAK • • I PIZZA pkg. 39c BIG VALU Mixed Nuts .... I BONELESS, NO WASTE FAMILY STEAK Lb. AGAIN! General M'»N< SNACK AC RUMP ROAST Lb. We BONELESS HEEL ROAST Lb. 69c BLADE CUT BEEF ROAST Whli PATH'S AIL-MEAT M 4^ Skinless FRANKS u>. 49 DREAM WHIP DESSERT TOPPWG RATH'S MAPLE SUGAR CURED NO. 1 SLICED BACON Lb. 79c BOILED HAM K Lb. 59c SMORGASBORD Full Lb. 69c package ; COOKED CHUNK SALAMI. . . Lb. 49c 'SUMMER SAUSAGE - CHUNK 59c All 5P Flavors FLAVORITE CREAM Gal. 49 C WHILE SUPPLY LASTS POUND 14 to BLbs.j No parts Missing TURKEYS Good Selection Of Hams & Cheese For New Years OYSTERS . . . LAMB . . . VEAL ... if you don't see what you want, ask us ! FLAVORITE FROZEN * STRAWBERRIES 10oz.pkg. SUGAR SWEET, TEXAS, RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT 10 For 49° Flavorite - Apple, Cherry, Peach PIES M? 29 FRUIT CELLO RADISHES 2pkgs. Ik CELLO The AVERAGE Food Cost Is LOWER At HOOD'S - Day After Day, We Invite You To Check Our Regular Shelf Vice; and COMPARE IDAHO RUSSETS, NO. 1 POTATOES 1 HOOD'S ALGONA'S ONLY HOME-OWNED SUPER MARKET Lb. Bag SUPER UALU

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