The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1960
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Tjr**' (I*.) Uppef Ofti Mdinit luftsdoy, June 14, 1960 DADr«i ft* message out tad team H around the NEW oreico Ic WITH ROTARY BLADES Ask your dealer to show yon Norelco's famous Rotary Blades Other shavers use clipping action. Back and' forth.^*ZH±;Often pinch, irritate. But Speed- shaver's self-sharpening rotary blades go round and round j^t jQt under motionless whisker, combs. Sm-o-o-ootn! And the Speedshaver is so - easy to clean with its exclusive "Flip-Top" shav* 'ing head. NORTH AMF.RICAN PHILIPS COMPANY, INC. 100 E 47nd St . NCJV York I/. N Y. Nori'li.o is known ,is PHILISHAVt in Canada ,in(l tinoijj'lionl the rest of the fri.'i; world 1 5/| Si ';£ Connie's \ C: Column i>y ^-^u • v - ^JowAt^U-Ct A? ^jif***- S'. 1 fl H i i t ,, ™,.v^,.<»«-<'»»»-!*>-"<-» v ^';" "*»* j *MV»«^££^^^ SPARK IT! Never tried applique for simple sewing a c c e n t s ? It's such fun! Transport, yourself back to kindergarten days (or ask your youngster) to sketch simple apples, pears, oranges, etc., on paper. Gut them out, pin them on bright cotton scraps. (Plain color to trim a print garment, print to trim a plain.) Cut cloth one-quarter-inch larger all around. Pin in place on garment, tuck ends underneath and stitch them on. (One wise neighbor hides torn spots on far-from-new togs with applique.) FIVE CUP SALAD Newest in salad ideas! It's sweeping our Northern Plains states! I quote the version of Mrs. William Goettle of Iowa: Combine 1 cup mandarin orange slices, J cup coconut, 1 carton com~ mercial sour cream, 1 cup Drained, crushed pineapple and 1 cup miniature jnarsh- mallows. Place in gas refrigerator until thoroughly chil- leij. Extra fun: use t ne new tinted coconut for company. FOLD THEM .FASTE1 Read this rule in j lately: '^Provide £ flat surface t MftjryourJawB-. „ dry appliances , lor folding fam- £ jily wash." Gas ^ cfoihjps dryers; is top of the dryer, and the warmth "irons in" the folds! (-Iron the hems, if your family's fussy! ) You'll like a gas clothes dryer for dozens of reasons; just ask your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. WHEN TODDLER TRAVELS Mrs. Dwayne Gamble, Minneapolis, Minn., passes this tip on to all mothers who take youngsters on auto trips this summer! Before the jaunt starts, she picks out a number of small toys at the dime-store. As boredom sets in on the trip, child -receives toys one at a time—without knowing Mama has more to come! FRESH-UP FOR FRIDAY Quick-baking summertime supper idea from Mrs. S. C. Clark, Omaha, Nebr.: Combine 1 Tbsp. lemon juice, 2 cups drained, flaked salmon or tuna fish, 1 cup medium white sauce, % cup top milk, */2 tsp. salt, 1 beaten egg, i/ 2 cup chopped celery and 1 cup dry bread crumbs. Mix well. Pour into greased loaf pan. Bake in a 350-degree gas oven until lightly-browned"and set — approximately 30 minutes. (Incidentally, I heard recently about white sauce made with commercial sour cream for part of liquid. Sounds luscious!) FABULOUS FUTURE} See what the gas industry's researching does for you: a gas refrigerator that emerges from the wall at a button- touch ... a gas-powered percolator ... a pivoting gas rotisserje that goes from kitchen to patio...gas freezer-to-gas oven meals you never touch till they're done —just push a button, and a conyeyor does the rest! 1 AS new gas appliances are created for you, Northern Natural Gas Company (supplier to your local gas company) loQks to yqwr future, too,,. by exploring for more "fields" of economical, clean and convenient natural gas...all you'll need for modern living, fpr &$. adestqcoiae! Students Home For The Summer At LuVerne LuVerne — Mr and Mr? Car' Swanson went Saturday to S.uu.x City to bring their daughtei Linda, who attended Morningside college, home for her summer vacation. Elaine and Eleanor, twin clau- i;hu rs of Mi- and Mrs Wilder Hoekwood, have arrived for the summer vacation here from Iow;i Slate University, Ames. Marvin Maass. who attended Junior Cniiege. Webster City, is home for the summer. The son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Maas. he will be employed on the Andrew Maity farm. Birthday Dinner Mrs T. L. Williams was honored Sunday with a birthday dinner in the home of her grandson, the Dale Zentner family. Olhei guests included Dr. T. L. Williams. Mr and Mrs Wayne Warmbier and Terry. Mr and Mrs Al bert Hippen, Jr., and daughter Mr and Mrs Cecil Williams and Jerry of Des Moines. Dennis Barber, 9 Guests in the Robert Barber home Friday evening to honor the ninth birthday of their son Dennis were his grandparents. Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull. LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Elmo Barber, Bode, and aunt, William Meyer family of Whitte- morc. John Schade is employed on the Mawdsley farm near Algona and Uernard Schade on the John Blumer farm tor the summer. Mr iind Mrs Phil Wuflestad of Jamestown, N. Dak., arrived Friday to visit thcii; daughter. Mr and Mrs Carroll Marty and Gary. Callers Friday afternoon in the William Bigings home were her aunt, Genie Potter. South Gate, Calif., her uncles, F. E. Potter. Rapid City, S. Dak., and Lee Potter of Her.wick. Roland Eggleston, LeMars, was a lunch guest Friday of his grandparents, the G. A. Eggles- tons. Fred Hinz arrived Wednesday for his annual vacation visit with his brother and sisters. He lives at the Veterans home ir Marshal Itown. While here he i a guest of his brother, the Char- ers College. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch spent Saturday in Sioux City with their daughter Sonja, student at Morningside College Sonja will be in Sjoux City over the summer vacation where she has employment. Guests of Audrey Hanselman in the home of her parents, the LoRoy Hanselmans, T u e s d a y were Pussy Patrick, Winetk.-i 111., and Rosalie Griffiths, Norwalk. The girls attend Iow;i State University. Ames. Mrs Laurence 'Thompson aru 1 children, Humboldt, visited Thursday with Mrs Ma be Thompson. Mr and Mrs Lester Smith ati'l Sharon visited Sunday in Eldorii with their son. Mr and Mu- Jerry Smith family. Mr and Mrs William McCai and nephew Jack McCall, Chica go. visited here Friday to Mo;i day and were guests in the Max Patterson" home. Mr and Mrs Leslie Calkins an>l girls visited in Des Moines, Saturday to Monday with his mother, Mr and Mrs Mark Hiserote and other relatives. Weekend guests in the Elden Guess home were their daughter, Goldie Gay Guess. Paullina her friend, Mary Ficke, Joliet Illinois, Mr and Mrs Bill Roseke. Lytton. Mr and Mrs Martin Will, Rockwell City, and Elizabeth Kohler of Perry. Miss Guess and Miss Ficke, teachers in thi Paullina school, leave June for the summer school term at Boulder, Colo. Monday guests in the John Voss, Jr., home were Lawrenci Murray, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mr;Leon Murray of Newton, Ann; B. Murray,' Mrs Rose Smith and Mrs Jessamine Miller of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm moved Saturday from Aurclia to Thompson where Mr Helm wil teach in the school. Sandra Patterson, Des Moines visited her family, the Milo Pattersons over the holiday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Jurgcn- sen and boys of Corwith drove Sunday to Northfield, Minn., to spend the day with their son. Jerry and wife stationed in Army service there. Bill Bonnstettcr visited friends in LuVerne Saturday. He just graduated from Iowa S t a t e Teachers College, Cedar Falls. Bill leaves Wednesday for army service. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Bonnstetter Corwith, formerly LuVerne, and is a 1956 graduate of LuVerne Community school. Weekend guests in the Mrs Jessie Stripling and Gordon Judy Pickett Gets Nurse Cap Miss Judy Pickett, n gradual) of Algona High School in Algeria has completed her first yi.'iir in pie-nursing at Ducliesne College. Omaha, and will now begin her clinical experience nt St. Francis Hospital, Grand Island. Miss Pickett with seventeen classmates received her Nursi.-'s cap on Sunday, June 12 at 2 pn\. at. crre- nionies in the St. Hchno' uf Nur.-'.in;: Auditorium. Judy is a daughter of ,Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett of Algona. TREE A pear tree on the Paul Sluillx farm near Tiptpn which is believed to be. one of the oldest fruit trees in Iowa, still bears fruit. Sliiilu bfiieves ttie tiee is 120 years old. It. was planted by Nathan Howe, a great-grandfather of Earl' Howe, who settled there in 1836. FILING PH01LEMS? For bet. tor rceord-keepinR, a filing cabinet is the answer. From $24.50 and up. Upper Ues Moincs Pub Co., Algona. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! les Hinz family. Mrs Marjory Groh and have closed their' home in Verne for the summer, Mrs Groh is employed in. the Algona hotel coffee shop and Diane has employment at the Good Samaritan home. Nancy Snnford is spcnd'.nr some time with her grandmother Mrs .Jessie; Sanfoi'd. Mr and Mrs Percy Loonier o' Britt, Mr and Mrs Earl Thompson and girls, 'Corwith. visited Monday with Mrs Mabel Thompson. Mrs James Schade visited Thursday in Ayrshire with hpv mother,' Mrs Fred Antoine and brothers, Joe and Clem. Guests the past week in the James Schade home were Raymond Schade and friend Mildred Amos of Waterloo, Mr and hlyf Ray Brown family of Dickers Mrs James Schade went June 12 to Cedar Falls where she .is enrolled for an eight week suiri- rner term at Iowa State Teach- homes were: thpit son : and daughter, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stripling and Scptt Alan. •£ ~ Gregory Diane Lu- Kenncth was graduated Jilne 5 from four years course at Morningside college, Sioux City. He has a teaching position this fall at Danbury. Mrs Elda Kollmann left Sunday for a vacation visit with her son, Rev. and Mrs Alvin Koll mnnn family in St. Louis, Mo. Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider his mother, Mrs Martha Schneider visited Saturday to Monda> in the Elmer Richardson home in Slater. They went to atleno the confirmation of Idellis Ann Richardson Sunday in the Ame? Memorial Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Earl John anr 1 children visited Sunday to Tuesday with his mother, Mp Louisa John in Brilt. On the Pacific coast the roast- "nr nf t v ~" U S.. is .1.366 miles on the Atlantic the distance is 1,888 miles fg} Ntrfhttf! Natural Gas Company, Omoho, N«bra*U n'f i tk v ALUMINUM AWNINGS Be cooler,. i comfortable, with fully venjiljitfd ., Flexalum awnings. Handsome 2 -.coat baked enamel finish guaranteed not to rust; chip, crack or peel. Design your own color scheme from a wide variety Styles tor window, 4oor, 1 porch, patio and carptHk Specialty CY 4-2202 Diagonal St. Alpona why shouldn't you enjoy THE FEATURES THAT MAKE CHEVY It's a cinch to see why Chevrolet rs America's biggest seller for 1960. Look at all the fine features you won't find in any other car of the leading low-priced three: FULL COIL SUSPENSION that cushions your ride with coil springs at the rear as well as up front.:. TURBOGLIDE*, the only automatic transmission in Chevy's field that eliminates even a hint of a shift... up to nearly 3.1 inches more entrance height,, three inches more front seat width in that ROOMIER BODY BY FISHER .:. an EASIER LOADING TRUNK with a new lower sill and a deck lid that's as much as a foot and a half wider. Interested? See your dealer soon for a carload of reasons why YOU CANT BUY ANY CAR FOR LESS UNLESS IT'S - *$. ^>. A LOT LESS CAR1 This to UM Impau Convertible •tpUoiMlatMUacott Get to on th« hottest thing this spring -. > -. see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer. KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HALL ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-3554 Rural Electrification...good for All Americans! Business is better today—paychecks fatter, jobs more secure in every American city and town. And-^-there's a good reason why,' 'This year 16 million Americans, now served by non-profit rural electric'Systems, will buy \ over a billion dollars worth of electric appliances- made, sold and serviced in these cities and towns. That wai impossible 25.. of ten* American families, outside the city limits, had or could get electric power. That's when rural Americans, by working together, began to serve themselvig with thU necessity .of modern living. i . _^ ___ So—we cordially Invite all Americansto~shard 1 ego. Then only I I our joy as we celebrate the 25th Birthday of rural electrification. We are proud to have played a small but important part in bringing this "miracle" about. We are happy that jrural electrification ha§ proved to t* "good for '^LL American*.*^ HUMBOLDT COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE HUMBOLDT, IOWA PHONE 99

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