The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 12
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„•* ' ^ ".H/st"''*>.• Now you Know! The answer 16 everyday Insurance prOBl&Ha* By L. S. Bfehannori (la.) Uppar Pet Malnat Taettlgy, Jun» 21,1960 . Auxiliary At Ottosen Names New Officers Oiibssn j- American Legion Aufcillai'y met Jtlly 13 .at the home Of Mrs LeRby Worby. Mrs Richard Kinseth, president, presided. - Fourteen :m e m b e t s answered' • roll call. Mrs Olivet Lee ahd MM Daffe! Johes were guests. -, Election of officers was held with the following reelected. President,,, Mrs ttichard Kirt* sethj vide president, Mrs Essie Cooper; secretary, Mrs LeRby Worbyj sergeant at arms, Mrr Alfred SchUltz; chaplain, ,Mrf Dean Telford; historian, *Mr? Martin Meyer. Mrs Conrad Johnson was elected the hew treasurer. The unit decided t6 purchase 25'fifty-Star flags and these will sellat $1 each. Mrs Jacob Ryg poppy chairman gave the poppy report, with sales totaling $47.06; Mrs Richard Kirtseth gave a 'talk on flag etiquette.' QUESTION! ribsS' otdlttaty auto insurance cover breaking of 'glass in ihe,doors Hi windshield of a ear? ANSWER: Comprehensive ( insurance covers most of fh* damage to glass in your cat. 1 • if you'll address yodr bwn insurance queslions lo tHU Office, we'll try lo give yoti ih* correct answers and -there will be no charge or obligation oi «iy kind. LS.BOHANNbN 6 N. Dodge CY ; 4-4443 The Lutheran W.M.F. met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Chester Alme and Mrs.. Oliver Kinseth -as hostesses.' Scripture and prayer were given by the ptesWent, Mrs Bertha Jacobsoh. MM IvaH Evenson gave the les- itifl. Merrill Marlow Of Lone Rock To Wed Sept, 12 Ldnd Rocfe *- Mr ahd Mrs Elmer Staiert df Fdrtda announce the engagement arid approaching marriage of then* daughter, Judy Ann, to Merrill Marlctw, Son of Mr arid Mrs Merlin Marlow of Lone Rock. Miss Staiert is f graduate of O.L.ttC, school in Fonda and attended For! Dodge Business College 'and is breseftt- ly employed at' Fort Dodge. Mr Marlow is also employed at Fort Dodge. The wedding is planned for September 11 New Arrival *Mr and Mrs Paul Anglert o' Omaha, ,Neb. are' parents Of t daughter born June • 12.' The little miss has been flamed flai bara Lorraine. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs Edward Anglen of Omaha and Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Noah Cotes of Alden, 111. spent the weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur. The Marjorie circle of the Presbyterian church will hold their meeting in.the home of Mrs Jesse Blanchard with Mrs Petd Marlow assisting hostess Thursday June" 23. Fern Krueger will present the lesson. Intrust Your Eyes Only To A Competent Specialist ! • Don't lake chances, pon't be fooled by flamboyant .claims or "come on" prices. 'inferior eye-care service can cause irreparable damage. Consult your optometrist. He has sound training, experience and ethics. He is a member of the profession dedicated exclusively to the care of your vision. • ; When glasses are needed he- will give.you. expert advice on the type of lens arid style of frame best suited to ypur needs ... or he may^recommend contact lenses. • Don't delay — see him today. Your Optometrist is a Vision Specialist Have Him. Check Your Eyes Every Year Published in lha interest of batter vision by AMERICAN I VISION INSTITUTE Box 953 .. • Des Moines 4, Iowa 608 E. Locust Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals 4-H club me* with Jane Rartey. June • 15 Thirteen members and three mothers were present. A talk was. given by Vi^om Siemer A bake sale was planned for July 1., Linda Bristow, Jane Raney , and Lorraine Hamilton are iri. charge. Listening musir and group singing were held. dtt a Classifieds P.ay Dividendi CHARLES (Chuck) BLOOM For All MUTUAL FUNDS Phone CYpress 4-2595 Algona i^^ YOU'RE SEEING MORE OF THIS ALL THE 1IME— As Quality And Style-Minded Motorists Take Off In Their New 1960 Ghev- rolets. The Spirited Chevy Is Capable Of Showing Its Heels To AriyihlnQ On The Road And Is Built With Smooth, Safe, Smart And Convenient Comfort In Mind. Available In Three Series, Impala, Bel Air (Shown Abbye) And Biscayne, Your New Chevy Can Be Anything From A 2-Door To Station Wagon (And Don't Forget The Corvair And Corvette) And Power Aplenty Can Be Obtained From 6-Cylinder Or V-8 Engines. Don't Put It Off-Corne In Today And Take A Spirited Spin In One Of These Nifties. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. *1 1 m WdsliyPeirlsH : " 'The KeV. . Willlarh • .flitefc. Wh6 has .been the- priest at Joseph's'Church at Wesley, ;W» last two- r y,ears, has been assignj id to the filrurch in Lotirvilte Sn4 The'Rev. 1 Wilflalft wesiey tne' same..a«y ( ^,jiu:j charge 6f the church and W ,_ A farewell party' for Fr,, BUCK' holz',,was held Thursday .even] All ALGONA frAMlLY, f$l LbtflS king-sized camping tf!j>. %ey,t66k off this m6rhirig: ifuesda|) witfl their destination El Cajofl, CaM£fi,4&0 miltis away. Th«Ml took arid eat their meals oW-of^dbors.'^.!; pitch 4 tent for. overHighl strip's. Their Station wagon' was' pfcfctty t we11 loaded dc-wn, fdr (Here are 15 in the farhiiy — 1$' children 1 , from 11' mbfltlis to : l6 ye"ars, plus a pair of parents! ' •*'* , " MRS REILLY SAID THURSDAY, they werentt anticipating 1 ahy houble. They've been planning the journey for a long time and they've tried to plan carefUllyi' California is her home and she hasn t been back for 10 years. Her pafeftts are celebr'allHg a golden wedding and they'vfe been urging the Reillys to cohie 6Ut. f he grandparent wouldn't hfear of leaving any of -the 13 youngsters hbme, ahd there are sifc of seven of them the relatives haven't seen. * .:"*•' * ''.". 'I MRS ANNA COURTNEY, MRS ED GOECKE and Mrs Anna Weir 1 thought that Mrs Reilly shouldn't have to wash dishes before their early morning start so they volunteered to serve them breakfast at Mrs Courtney's. Because her kitchen is a little small for 15 extra people, the Reillys were invited to come in two shifts. AS ONE WHO FINDS IT quite- a task to get five people off on a one-day trip to Minnesota for a Cottage vacation, the Reilly's. project seems gigantic. But they are' an enthusiastic and cooperative crew and Fferharkably well-behaved. When I last talked With them, they were nearly ready to go, but they'd all been making oluite 1 a few arrangements. „_ ED AND MIKE HAD TO FIND substitutes' to take over their paper routes while they are gone, ahd they took one day off to go on a 4-H tour. Mary, just back from ,4-H state convention, had to finish a pair of pedal pushers she was making, and Eilleen ^returned from Girl Scout camp just in time to get ready for the trip.. The father, Louis, had jiisl returned from three weeks in Illinois getting out the atest issue of the Poland China World-for which he is a fieldman, an'd he was .building a luggage rack for the top of the car, with the help of the biggest boys. .. THE FIVE LITTLEST ONES; Matt, Bernie, Theresa, Becky and Shawn, have been ffeluctant to go to sleep at night. Their mother, has gone with Daddy on business trips before and they've beeh afraid that the folks will .take off fot California without them. Mrs Reilly has been making lists, borrowing equipment,Hind generally superintending the preparations. Sb.e said she'd been using a big black whip to enforce her commands',' but I didn't exactly believe her.. Then there were the last minute hair cuts and shampoos all around and the stowing of the gear. • '..'*, * * EACH OF THE REILLYS HAS A pillow case with his name on it, and in it are put all the things he'll need for the trip. Each is to be responsible 'for his own things, and the cases will be stowed in Mr Reilly's big sea bag while they are driving. They'll all wear pedal pushers and jeans for the trip' but the golden wedding celebration this weekend is a dress-up occasion, so all their good things are packed in a trunk and will have to be ironed out at the last minute after they get to California. • ' * • :.'J*' * ' THE FAMILY HAS RENTED-A 11 x 11 fool tent with a portable floor, so they'll all be able to sleep under one roof at night. They won't be able to have a trial run at putting up the tent for it is^, in Des Mpinea-and they?ll pick it'.np on the way out. The tent folds down to about the size of a gunny sack, So'it doesn't present much of a storage problem. Not so with teenage Mary's can-can petticoat. She ^hadn't yet figured out a way to'-pack it, and she simply must have it to wear with a good dress. * THE YOUNGSTERS PLAN TO make good use of the camping experience, Ed is an Explorer and a Cub Scout Den Chief, and he'll help Mike, a Scout, and Chris a Cub Scout, earn camping badges. Sharon, Kathy and Eilleen will work on their Girl Scout cooking and camping badges. A neighbor has given the family a huge, iron iry-pan, formerly used by a railroad section gang, and it.promises to come in handy on the trip. ' » * * ONCE THE FAMILY GETS to California, the housing problem if all taken care of. Mrs Reilly's father owns-a tenant house next to his .home and when the renters moved out last month, he saved it for the Algona family to stay in. .He has rented beds and chairs for .hem and is laying in a stock of supplfes. Kathy Reilly said Grandpa had written that the kids can have anything they want once they get o California : so she thinks it will be just like Christmas. * * * A SEARCH HAS BEEN put in for a suitable snack to eat on the trip. It must be neither too sweet and sticky nor top thirst-producing. Mrs Reilly said she had about settled on dried apricots. Grandpa has promised them lots of plums, apples, peaches and cherries to eat. The main thing six year o'd Matt, who has lost two front teeth, is looking forward to on his trip is eating cherries and spitting the pits through the holes in his teeth! * * * AN UNCLE HAS PROMISED TO TAKE the oldest six on a trip to Los Angeles and has tickets for Disneyland. This is just fine with VTary, Eilleen, Ed, Mike, Sharon & Kathy, but the middle-kids, Chris, Matt and Mark are a little unhappy at being classed with the little ' » « » UNCLES, AUNTS AND COUSINS from several states will gather for the golden wedding, but Mrs.Reilly has just the one sister who has only four children. "We'll probably stand out in the crowd", said Mrs Reilly. "Oh, no we won't, Mom," said one of the youngsters. 'We'll BE the crowd." * * * MRS HEILLY SAID LOTS OF Her friends think the idea of their taking such a trip is perfectly hilarious. She said she'd also heard that there were some who were betting the Reillys wouldn't make it. She said, I wish I knew who is making the bets. I'd cover them, and use the money to help finance the trip." She also said she is looking forward to the expressions on the faces of filling station ttendants, when the 15 Reillys drive up, and the seven boys go in ne direction to the men's room ahd the eight girls the other way, o the ladies'. They don't want to get 20 or 30 miles down the highway ,nd find there are one or two children missing. V * » * THE FAMILY PLANS TO RETURN to Algona after the Fourth tf July weekend. There are lots of aspects of the trip I do not envy, hem, but I do admire their family spirit and the fun they have ogether. And I wish them Godspeed on their journey! * * * THIS WEEK'S RECIPE is for Picnic Special Cake, so named because it stays moist and appetizing, right in the pan when you go on trips. It probably won't last more than a meal for the ReiilyS, but it makes a good dessert for an average .sized family. IVz cups sifted flour 2 teasp. baking piwder > >/• tsp. each, soda, salt, allspice-, cloVes & cinnamon Vz cup 'shortening 1 cup sugar % cup cr'eam-slyle cottage cheese I tsp. vanilla . . . . 3 unbeaten eggs 1/3 cup cool, strong black coffee Vz cup chopped huts V* cup coconut Sift the flour and spices tog&hjr, W?n4 the shortening and barfield, Hustlers <4^H had ,lts annual tbur 6n, Julie* '6. 'They Parted at Linda .Anliker's'plluSS ahd stored at the various ;rrtem- befy pldces to see the prBjedts Robert .JoHnson, difohly Ekten sio'n As§B«iate K Was present' t< comment on the' projects Slid to 1 fielpful tips 6n Improving tour theSf had a fltt* at the Aft Banwart _. Rodt t Cick Root, 18, .son of Mr and iftttf Donald Root jjjisted .in the Cylinder en- last He Will take his basic training at Fort Hdod,-''Texas. Bicl* is a 1969'graduatefof the Sentral schools and fbr the past year has beert attending the Dunwoody .Technical Institute at Minneapolis. Milk is the' most important Single, food in the -diet of expectant mothers'? - 6PEN BOWLING • . Tu»s and Wed. Afternoon Pri. and ,Sat, Hciwkeye Lanes - i Algona (tfn) Southwest Of Courthouse Phone CY 44354 WtVtfV^ K?44V **»C *1U14* CI11U .3fJl\.CD LUK9>t|¥i f ***r**" T*^ w *»»*—* ""??""«? -WTF.-T sugar. Stir in cheese and vanilla irid WfeRd in e«|? 9 h f at .9 Wrne beting well after each. Add dry iilgrSdienti altelhately with the coffee, beginning and ending wkh dj-y j|g.bdlehls. Plend thoroughjy phd add nuts. Spread jn a 13 x 9 x. 2 Wph part, vyejl greased —' >•*•*•"» floured on the bottom only. SprlHkll spfcohlit .on top ai ne/\ _J _ „ „..'„_ OC *.. i e i' .'•_. A-«.i.'-:l «n*l f wV-xoi- T**r\i« ....... , and bake in . 350 degree oyfen, 35 to 46 minutes, Gool ancl frost. For thin fcl ' ' ' ' , , 1/3 c'Ub bUttel' an'd 1 ciip iirmiy p'acked brown sugar in saucepan, stir pver low heat until butter is melted. Stir in ¥4 cup milk. Bring to boil and simmer for 3 minutes. Cool 10 ^i "«•"»« Phone; CY 4-3535 * Your o A tremendous forward step in engine piotection.Kewr ltop^tic*teeason M»t6r. Oil preserves jsnti pd& the smootti perfonnan^ of your engine. 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