The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1960 · Page 17
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j Tidbits by Evelyn ! Mrs Apulia ittif ittriiily hds Mi- aftiJ tit* Arthur Mt J jjeen 'growihg fey leaps and • bounds. Td iJatiS she has 3^ ' great^andcliiiaf'eri ( A eotiht ot the. closer pregeriy, W&sh't taken When the afoeve statistics Were . given). • In Mdditibh to this, Att. other record, Was made wheh -three great-grandchildren rnade their debut Into the world Apr, 2. ' These ere Stizaiihe Ka> ( bbfn to Mr and Mrs" Harvey Qodderi, Laura Kay, born 'to Mrs Marie , Baker and h'ei 1 , husband at Mdd' rid and Larry Marten,,bbr'h to Mr and M^s Marten Smith, The fourth infant was born Mar. 28, Milton Ralph, Whose parents are sibly ffidgehiore, ft. t>. MM abbttt her little gfaftdsori' Rike, hbt tjliite fotir 'fears eld, with whorh she ma baby sitting one day recently. It was a windy day and the .transparent coverings were whipped in the wind. David Said, "Ves, it must b'd Very cold. YoUf house is shiver* We Had quite a, "]ahi" session over here the other day. fed stu- der. has a new harmonica and 1 accompanied him on my Haw- FARM SERVICE 2*4*0 ESTER or AMINE WEED KILLER '• Givei effective, low-coit weed eon. trol in earn, • Die ai ore-emergence or poit. .emergence application. • Mixes eatily with water. GRANULAR 2,4-D Now oValfable for pre-emergene* weed eonfroNn corn. . _ NO MIXING — SAVES TIMS ITS QUICKER! CALL US FOR FARM SERVICE aHarr guitar. You'll be surprised at how good we'll be witlua little practice. One of the R.N.S plays a uke and 1 know at, least two of -the girls here who can do a fait bl fahlSy dUncing, Mr Stu- del Ma a dance tirchestra some tittle age, t have done orchestca- w&ik ye^rS aM6 6h violin so we have 'tUft rlrhlhlstiing. And if ybil tfiiftfe ft ftiaH of his years Hash't rythffl aHd perfect pitch ne ^whistle's or hums, foblea. Mrs ttSwafd fieirdsley has a fcrblhef-inMaw 'arid sister, Mr afld Mrs RY S. Bbdholt, Evan- g'tohj 111,; 1vho flfe leaving June 1 fot a vaeitlbn df a month in ikirbbe, tfhey have offered their a'Baitnlehi to the Beardsleys while they are gbtte. A golden bbidrlUhity for k change of SCeriery, But Florence didn't goiihd tbo enthused when she tdld me abbtit It, been out since Nov. 2 soUt was* like getting out of prison. -The Men enjoyed- it to. fciarericl HatfeS of Rodman dropped ih for fi call on friends the other day. From my room he. said he was. going up on setdnd to see Mrs Von Bank who went to school to him some time ago, Mrs'Gilles, from whose father, he purchased pedigreed stock years ago, and Hehfy Frohling of Emmetsburg. •'*,».» A group of cute little Girl Scouts from Lucia Wallace scHodl called' on us .the other day and left us a cup cake with cocohUt "straw" and little Easter egg in the "nest." ' They wore • Easter bonnets they had fashioned of paper plates, ' paper cups and crepe paper. { All very clever and most becoming. ••«'*• *• Other visitors whom we enjoyed greatly were the Barber Shoppers. I could stand a visit by them at least once a week. Thank you, gentlemen. * * * Thursday, Apr. 14 was a banner day here. Several of the wheel chair" men were taken out on the lawn and- .chairs placed there too for those who could gu on their own power. I was satisfied to sit On my little balcony just outside the door, and it sure did seem gbbd to feet right out and sniff the ozone. I haven't For. Mother's' bay, SUridtiy, Mdy 8... A GIFT THAT'S DIFFERENT Th6 BUI Allen's little _—.— - Lfrlda stepped on a rllsty flBll Thursday, and was taken'to a doctor fdfr tetaflUS shbt& 1 rd* call my mother telling about the same thing. Grandma Cady to6k over by first soaking the foot in ve'ry hbt Water and then" SpWr IHg bread and milk" paUltUigsV I dbn't suppose, a tetanus shdi was eVeri drt-arne-d of in thbse &&$&,; * •* ». • ;• When Bob fearmes tdne to febl* lect for the paper he hfia .With him a red haired, freckle-faced lad who identified himself as Ed* ward Reilly. .Having at one time had red hair myself, I am partial to redheads. Seeing mm beside Bob, who is much taller, reminded me of Zada Brunson and I. "She was tall too, about Bob's height, so I was reminded how we'd change to friends of less contrast when we went walking or strolled down "Main street." , Zada said she felt so over grown and awkward and. 1 in turn felt so small. I always wanted to be a stately woman. * » * Spring cleaning and the general Upheaval spreads even to a Rest Home. Out goes the plant rack from the dining rom tb the porch! And there are many other Signs ,of women's chief in-doof Sport. Frances EaSoh gave a fftik last week at the meeting of the Women's Federated club which met with Mrs Paul Eigler at Fenton. With her she had 30 dolls to illustrate her discourse. Many are dressed ih bona fide costumes of the country represented. 1 still hope to find time one. of these days to dress my doll family of three and get the furniture arranged on my broad window silL . . * . . It was nit'e seeing Ann Behnke who came over Friday afternoor to call on us here at -the ' old stamping ground." She was a nurse here when I first came. She is now employed by Dr. John Kenefick. ' ' * * * Annabelle Long, one of th< nurses here, has a decided art istic eye and you should see our hall mantel decoration. It driftwood she prepared from branch on their farm, hole were drilled for candles am flowers, and it's a very effectiv decoration. Seneca Church * Mission Unit In Jubilee Service Seneca — The Blakjer Worn- ft's Missionary Federation held •' Jubilee Service at the church arldrs, Thursday afternoon. Bible Study was presented by Irs Henry Looft and Mrs Die 'edefsen. BUFFET ROYALE Pottery Service Ensembles By RED WING POTTERIES We know Of nothing like it ... Matter-white pottery pieces are completely oven safe. Service stands in black walnut finish e.re sturdy and handsome in their own right. A GIFT OF BEAUTY A GIFT OF QUALITY Large salad bowl $ 4.00 Salt and pepper, pair Sugar with cover Creamer Bread tray 2 qt ,:asserole with cover Beverage server with cover __ Divided vegetable with two covers Platter with dome 4.00 3.50 2.50 6.00 7.00 7.00 14.00 14.00 RED WING'S NEW 3- PIECE SALAD SET A graceful new shape complete 'with 12' wooden 'fork & spoon. Shape and brown speckled color blend with any, dinnerware. It's large family size mak-. DS it idea) for entertaining -r also a perfect mining bowl oven-safe bake dish or centerpiece, 'Holds about four quarts. ORDER TODAY — LIMITED QUANTITIES Reg. $4.50 Our Special $2.39 . HAND MADE GLASSWARE fay RAINBOW Handblown glassware, clear or in tinted colors. A real variety of pieces. $1.10 And Up One Piece or Matching Set ELECTRIC FOOD WARMER . Autpmetit Hotray Keeps Fpod Warmly Rfewdy, INSULATED TUMBLERS Thermo-Top, Set of 4 Double-Wall Insulated, Neveir Leaves A Ring Oh Keeps Cold Drinks Cold, Warm prinHs Warn. On-A-Door Crystal MIRRORS Complete With Holding Clips • Size 16x68, Fits All Doors, f ground. Polished Edges, Silver & Copper Finish. $10^8 $8,75 HAND DECORATED 22 KARAT WEEPINO GOLD CHINAWARE An Id«al Qi« Item, And A Golden Wedding Specialty Per Piece And Up One Piece or Matching Set CARSONS (Formerly Cowan Bldg. Supply) FOR SIFTS OF QUAMTY 3110 I- State St. f Al||9nq ( Iowa $565 Mrs Henrietta Thompson ented two selections. pfe- Beavers, Estherville. Other guests included Mr and Mrs Clifford Huntly ahd Mf and Mrs Russell Hplin and two sons of Ringsted. • " • They were late afternoon callers on the former's mother, Mrs Harvey Beaver also of Esther* viile, Mr and Mrs Jack Looft and Tbfrirriy sp'eHt from Suhday UHttl Wednesday at the parental Henry Looft hOriie. Thank you, Mrs Mathison fo the Currier and Ives prints. The; are nice size for grouping an ..when ;I get down town tl'll se Svhat I can find in the line o frames to fit. Now with th contribution from Yarda Ellis, have a fine collection. t • * News from April, 1S24. Sheriff George Hackman's car wrecked by Milwaukee train; Dr. C. D. Fellows- arrived home from Hot Springs, Mo., much improved in health; Thieves stole Dr. E. C. Hartman's car left in front of the hospital' (present Masonic Temple). Car was found abandoned south of'Fort Dodge; E. R. Rising purchased elevator at Northwestern yards. * * • He's no polygamist, I'll have you understand! The minister did not know the couple he shook hands with at a social and to be friendly said, "And this, I presume, is • your most charming wife." "Sir" answered the man, an English professor, "This is my only wife." • * * . • An Easter card and letter from Mabel Livingston, Phoenix, Ariz., bears news which will be of interest to her many friends here. The letter says in part—" I don't write as often as I'd like to, but believe me my thoughts dwell oh you and all my other friends in Algona. Have been busy trying to start a cactus garden. So far have had fairly good luck as at no time have I got more than 100 stickers in my fingers. Some of my plants are in bloom now and I am very proud of them. Charley and I are fine, Right now I am getting brown as I am outdoors in the sun so much and it's just too much work to put on a hat." So nice to hear from you Mabel. Hope you vacation in Algona. I shall miss my annual trip with you, and the "little Ford that rambled right along," especially at Britt. Round and round! ( 'The Jubilee Service was pfe- ented by Mrs P. H. Jensen, Mrs Awrence Johannesen and Mrs lenry Looft' as narrators, Mrs Otto Wilberg as soloist and Mrs bhn Johannesen, who served as accompanist and also presented a piano solo. A special offering Was received. John Johannesen and Mrs Melvin Bratrud were chosen as delegates to the Estherville Missionary convention which will be ieid at the First Lutheran church at Graettinger, Tuesday, ilay 3. Mrs Ted Jensen will appear on he program with the presenta- ion of a Saw Solo, accompanied Mrs John Johanneseh. The group voted to hold a Jtiest day ih June and to help :lean the Bible Camp at Ingham Jake on May 20. 'Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs Henry Wilberg ahd Mrs Kenneth Halverson. Mrs P. H. Jensen and Mrs Ted Jensen will be the May hostesses. Seneca 4-H Meets Seneca Progressive F a r m e rs 4-H Club met at the home of Craig Jensen April 11. The yearly project reports were filled out. Craig Jensen gave a report on seed germination. A demonstration was given on the purity analysis of beans. Russel Jensen showed a film taken at the club sleding party. Rodney Jensen will be the May host. ; 'Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn, Janice and Shirley 'and David Ericksen of Algoha spent the Easter weekend with the Elmer Letchers at Alexandria, South Dakota. Kathryn Johannesen has accepted a position to teach fourth grade at the Lake Owasso School at Roseville, suburb of St. Paul Minn. Kathryn will be graduated from Luther college ai Decorah on May 29. She will take over her new duties this fall. Mrs Jack Looft and son • Trn y, Mrs John* 'Johanrieseri «» fuaidoy, April 26, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper De> Springtime... Did You Know? that several American pharmaceutical firms have more that! 500 persons In their research departments, and one has nearly a thousand SEE YOUR DOCTOR FIRST . . . HIS KNOWLEDGE IS THE KEY TO HEALTH my, Mrs Henry Looft were Tuesday afternoon guests at the Glen Krueger home at Fairmont. Mrs. Krueger is the former Marly« Johannesen. Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Kenneth were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the James RUSK DRUG Phone CY 4-2349 Algona, Iowa PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS a time for^NEW things An ideal time to give yourself a NEWj / / l orelco PESDSHAVEB. wHh Rotary Blades $24 S8 AC/DC with travel case You'll »njoy thlt it»w rottry-Wsrf* N Approach to tttclrlc shaving! Other shavers use clipping action. Back and forth.' . Often pinch, Irritate. But Speedsljaver^.self-sharpening rotary blades go round and round ijvj) under .stationary whisker combs. Smo-o-o-ooth! Andthe Speedshaver is so easy to clean with Its exclusive "Flip-Top" shaving heatf. Get yours today! , Follow President DeGaulle's visit to the United States on "Journey to Understanding" over NBC-TV Network. NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY, INC. 100 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y. Norelco is known as PHILISHAVE In Canada and throughout the rest of the free world. £*•* onrf You 'l, ^ " I B * Pullets Eugene Hood, Algona Earl Eibert, Frank Droessler, Bancroft Alphons Berte, Bode Whittemore Homer Matthiesen, Fenton «.~«r<~ •>- On Dean's List In the Dean's List printed recently from Iowa State University, the name of John Cotton, son of Mr and Mrs Willis J. Cotton of Lone Rock, was- not included, but should have bpcn. Hi' placed on the Dean's List with a winter quarter average of 3.5 or better. con/taffy tovtfe.. • our city neighbors to join us this year, as we celebrate the 25th birthday of rural electrification. THERE'S A GOOD REASON. City jobs are more secure, paychecks fatter, and business is better, since rural Americans banded together to serve themselves with electric light and power. , ,,. THIS YEAR THEY WILL BUY over a billion dollars worth of electric appliances and equipment—made and sold in cities and towns. And this market didn't exist until rural America was' electrified by member-owned, private enterprises, such as ours. THOUSANDS OF MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN—our city neighbors—live happier, safer lives today, because of this great surge of buying power provided by the growing needs of rural America. That's why we're-proud to say..... "^ - - -' '4 s - , A >>^- -:. sOV./":>-, •• RURAL is fli ELECTRIFICATION lor ALL Americans! >¥ "?V '• ' HUMBOLDT COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC CO-OPERATIVE ; * ' AND CORN BELT POWER CO-OPERATIVE 't V;

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