The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 7
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October 11, 1960 iHlmma dipper October 11, 1960 Mrs Don F«fris will be hostess, Bob Deal and Joe Collier spent to hor bridge club Thursday .evening." Mrs J, A. Reid is entertaining her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday) —o—Mrs J. W. Haggard was admitted to St. Ann hospital Sunday for medical treatment. —o— Mrs Esther Helberg was hostess to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Cliff Skogstrom are parents of a daughter born Oct. 5 at St. Ann hospital. They also have another girl. Mr and Mrs Jim Geelan are the parents of a son, John William, born Thursday at St. Ann hospital. He has two brothers, Tim and Tom \id a sister, Sara. —o— Mr and Mrs Richard Nortop went to Mankato, Minn. Sunday to take their daughter Siri, and Cindy Hardtr back to State Teachers College after spending the week-end here. the weekend fishing at Whitefish Lake in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane are being visited by the lallcr's mother, Mrs Nellie Harvey of Manchester. —o— Mr and Mrs Elwyn Householder are parents of an 8 pound, 2 ounce daughter born Oct. 4 at St. Ann hospital. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler are on a three-week tour of the New England states. They will also visit a niece at Washington, D. C. —o— Dean Parrolt, Phil Diamond, and Mr and Mrs A. M. Quintard were among Algonans attending the football game at Amos' Saturday. —o— Men's council ot the Presbyterian church will have a stewardship night dinner Tuesday Oct. 18 at the church. Leon Martin is chairman of the committee in charge with T4arlin Meehlhause and Harold Long. Parents of'the sixth grade pupils at Bryant school, Mrs Helen Odganrd and Walter McBride, teachers, had a coffee Wednesday evening at tlie school. Xi Xi Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have a luncheon Saturday at the Algona Hotel. honoring former sorority members. Mrs Tom Sampson is chapter president. —1»— • Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson spent. Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mr and Mrs C. A. Johnson. Saturday guests of the Hobsons were Mr and Mrs Harold Oxley and daughter, Marion of Renwick. —o— Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson, former Algonans now of Cedar Falls, became grandparents for the first time recently when a daughter, Ann Rene was born to their son and wife, Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson, Jr., also of Cedar Falls. —o— Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Willis Marshall. Plans were made for a circus party to be held Oct. 12 at the home of Mrs Euge-u* Furst. Mrs Harlan Sigsbee was guest speaker. The next .meeting will be Oct. 18 at the home of Mrs Haif- old Erpelding. Mr and Mrs Everett Rekers and family of Cedar Falls spept Sunday here with the latter-» brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley. They brought the ladies' mother, Mrs Fred Corey with them to sperid the winter mtfntns here. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson, Mr and "Mrs Harold Schumacher, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt, Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee were at West Union Wednesday to attend the funeral of their father and grandfather, Lawrence Traeger, Sr. —o— Don Smith, Sr. and son Craig, Father Francis Conway and his father, Jim Conway of Cylinder, have returned from a week's hunting and fishing trip to Ontario, Canada. -Father Conway and Craig Smith each bagged a moose. —o— Kossuth County Food Association will have a program and pot-luck supper Wednesday evening at the Burt school. The club is newly organized and Mrs lona Richardson of Swea City is president-elect. Helen Comfort and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee will participate in the panel discussion. STAPLES: Bostitch, Tatum Swingline, Hotchkiss and Presto Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Al gona. Swea Woman's Father Passes In No. Dakota Swea Eagle — Mrs Ralph Walker returned homo Thursday of- UT attending funeral services for her father, J. P. Neve "at Bowbells, North Dakota. The-. Neves nrn former residents of Hingstecl. His wife preceded him in death. Mrs A. N. Anderson of Swea City and the late Mrs Anna Dalil arc sisters of Mr Neve. Enlers Contest Janet Walker's long time 4-H record book received the Slate Citizenship honor and will be entered in the Nationn] Contest in Chicago. Cast Removed Donnie McGregor. 6 year old son of the Clifford McGregors, had the cast removed from his leg last week. Don:.:e had the misfortune to fall from a baling rack July 7, breaking his leg below the knee-. He is able to be- about without the aid of crutches. He is in the first grade in school. Dll Beautiful New Styling... All-New! America's First Die-Cast Aluminum AMERICAN MOTORS 6 Engine... All-New! First Guaranteed Ceramic-Armored Muffler... All-New I First Cushioned Acoustical Ceiling of Molded Fiber Glass... STRONGEST GUARANTEE IN AUTO HISTORY 1. 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Minn, the Maurice Kramers of Everly. the Dale Evans of Dex- tei, Minn, and Mrs Leonard Mi no. A I/C Wayne Patterson, New York State is visiting his parents, the Ernest Pattersons. He leaves next week for New York again and from there will bo with the Air Force in England. Another son, A 2/C and Mrs Koy Patterson arrived home Saturday from Nashville, Tenn. where he is with the Air Force at Seward Air Base. He and Mrs Patterson plan to return to Tennessee Sunday. Janet Walker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker of Swea City, has been accepted by the youth office of the Augustana Lutheran church of Minneapolis as one of the number of youth throughout the United States to take the Caravanner's Correspondence Training Course. Janet is a freshman at Waldorf College, Forest City. The Jolly Housewives Club met at the home of Mrs R. S. Mather recently.- Assistant hostess were Mrs Paul Wegner of Armstrong and Mrs Walter Magnusen. The club enjoyed an afternoon of 500 with Mrs August Mayland copping high prize, Mrs Wegner second high. Bertha Burt, low and Phyllis Grabianowski the door prize. Mr and Mrs Walter Hans visited their son and family, the Loren Hans at Eau Claire, Wise. Fall Festival SALE Save •pi* 40% MI IN AMERICAN MADE CHINA ^*~ A Blue Of ao Paltm V -*AJLlyNJUU * TRUt.CHINA. UjS VIA C 0 SI 4 pfeco pfaco $Q99 settings from O OCT. flttZud ONLY! All-PURPOSE e> v a • • H e> • CMIIA BT SYRAGOSI Not plMtta, not pottery, bet TRUE CHINA, CAREFREE IS THB REAL THDK1 Now fc the that to Ijtn 'C Own-proof, •stfcrw* • Multipurpose e Beautiful e TRUE CHINA tar M mm th* many plastics or pottery •CERENE FATTEN MM MOM * JUST ABOUT THE MOST POLITICALLY ACTIVE people in Kossuth county are the newly organized Young Democrats Club here. They did a great deal of promotion for their party at the Kossuth Band Festival here, many of them appeared at the Coacl For Congress Rally Tuesday evening, and they are hard at work cleaning up the party's headquarters opened on Thoringlon street, in the space formerly occupied by the Pink Petal flower shop. » * * * I AM THE MOTHER OF one of the most enthusiastic Young Democrats, so I am getting in on a great deal of their activity. Last Wednesday preparations began for the float entry in the Band Festival. They came up with a fine idea, but the first problem was locating a donkey and a cart. * * * * A CART BELONGING TO THE Walt Bradleys was available but it was stored many blocks away from the Joe Bradleys where the club members, were to fit it with signs. Jack Vipond, Mary Bradley, Bill Sigsbee and Mary Jean Hood took turns pulling the thing until all were exhausted. Then they borrowed a car, put Mary and Mary Jean in the trunk where they held on to the tongue to tow it. * * * * * A PERFECT DONKEY, BELONGING TO GERALD FRANKL was located at the Joe Mergen farm six miles out of town. At the crack of dawn of Band Festival Day, Jack and Bill with Dick Simpson went out to pick him up. The animal was stubborn as a mule It took 35 minutes to load it on the truck and there was a bit of anxiety about whether or not they could get it to pull a cart loaded with lour club members in the parade. . • ' ' * * * - * BUT THE DONKEY HAD A STREAK of ham in him and he perlormed like a veteran parade marcher. Mark Prieskorn, son of Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn, and Steve Reding, son of Mr and Mrs JJclmar Reding, both 10, were supposed to lead the animal, if necessary and to chase Kennedy hats when they were blown off in the wind. Their activity was limited to chasing hats. The donkey, wearing a Kennedy headgear himself, plowed right long. ' u ™, ° F THE DAY WAS THE dance - The club the Moose Hall for the afternoon, cleared plans with the Algona police and obtained the necessary chaperons. They charged a small admission and cleared approximately $27 * * * * TV , HIGH P ° INT OF THE AFTERNOON was a visit from Sixth iJislnct Congressman Merwin Coad who complimented the club on its etlorls. Earlier the congressman was put to work by the Algona group They needed some Kennedy hats for the parade, and Mr Coad literally ran to get them. "He said he would serve the people" a young Democrat remarked. ' . imli P ° NLY ^ ISCI F L1NE PROB LEM at the dance came from an unlikely source. The Algona police 'dropped in to see how things were going. The Y. D. members asked the cops to please put out their cigarettes. "We don't want people to think the kids are smoking ', they explained. ,.-••*"* * * ' . ~ ' ' °K NLY °. NE criticism the party has of the Young ' P , AHTICIPATION BY THEoemocrats in4he Band came in for some criticism from another source according ra T the ° the y ^ lg ° na paiier - County Re P"b»can Chairman f, inHi C f rlson lstl 5"° ted as deploring it. I have always been on a f nendly basis with Oliver so I feel free to come back by wondering first! 1 " ° bjectlon wasn>t because the Republicans didn't think of it * * * * IRONICALLY. OLIVER HIMSELF is partly to blame for some I the enthusiasm. being generated by the Young Democrats. He was kind enough to drive the candidates to Boys State last summer and that s the very place at least two of the Young Democrats received men- impetus to become actively interested in politics * » * * PERSONALLY. I AM TICKLED PINK to see the young people steamed up about politics. Government is everybody's business and the best way to get started in it is by doing some of the less glam- oious chores within the established parties. This holds for both young and oder citizens, whether or not they can vote. It takes quit! a bit for me to admit this, but I would also like to see the Young Republicans very active, although I. wouldn't have quite such a mgside seat on their antics. However, I will grant that it would take quite a bit of scrounging for the Republicans to find an appropriate animal if they were to have had an entry in the Band Festival parade. In these parts, elephants are even scarcer than donkeys! THIS WEEK. OUR FAMILY lost our last remaining grandpa when my mother's father, Lawrence Traeger was laid '-to rest at west Union. I know it may sound disrespectful of me, but I had a fine time at his funeral. Grandpa died at 89 after a long and useful me and he would have been pleased to see his numerous descendants renewing acquaintances with each other and at the same time paying tribute to his memory. Grandpa left seven sons and daughters, 24 grandchildren and 48 great-grandchildren. What a chain reaction can result when two people get married! , * * * * THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS FOR Harvest Apple Pudding 1 tablespoon butter . 2 cups sliced apples . 1 cup raisins • ; J /i cup lemon juice V* cup light or dark corn syrup 1 l /a cups flour '/4 cup sugar Va teasp. baking powder ] /4 teasp. cinnamon ] /4 teasp. nutmeg 14 cup shortening Vj cup milk Vi cup chopped apples Melt butter in 8 inch round baking pan. Arrange 2 cups sliced apples in pan. Add raisins, lemon juice, and corn syrup. Sift remaining dry ingredients; cut in shortening until mixture is like coarse crubs. Add milk, stirring just until moistened. Stir in chopped apples Spread batter over fruit in pan. Bake in moderate oven 350 degrees lor 45 minutes. —GRACE, WRECK Twenty-two stock, tank and refrigerator cars were demolished recently in the wreck of a Milwaukee freight train near Rock Valley. There was an esti- mated loss of 1,200 head of sheup in addition to cattle, processed meat, oil and asphalt. BETTER PRINTING lor lew — Upper Des Moines Pub, Co., RUMMAGE AND BAKE SALE SATURDAY, OCT. 15 8 A,M. TO 1 P.M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

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