The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

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Tuesday, October 11, 1960
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'.j-fr'^'TSfB:''?-, •v ,-;.m*ij ' ^ v."; Sr^^-^^^r^J'' tt <*& «° me » * obllns of ^ and r <» the "trick and treat*: '»" rf loot the y^ «"*to the outing in the autumn ah- ? 11 ^. 1 ' ^ e ?** of AH Saln ts Day tor folks of all ages the world over. . ^here they specializeln celebrations, the wk?s I Ptt ^hnost a carnival atmosphere. With a bit of ingenuity we cari'hav* Much the same fun wherever we live. ^» PIa 1i^?? **&%** and I?" 6 r fearful ^freshments- and JlEjEAj* for ,» av tog yourself a time with dragons, goblins, witches and spooks on Halloween. • ' ' ' 7 » Down , ' k * w?,i BY SUSAN LOW! It's a fun Halloween party for young and old when you serve these spooky favors of edible hobgoblins and a witch for good measure. These fun-favors are made with doughnuts, covered with the black magic of melted semi-sweet chocolate morsels, and faced with candy, nuts and coconut. A crooked neck squash makes a fearsome dragon to hold appetizers on picks. Here the dragon doesn't breathe fire, but flames from canned heat concealed in the "body" make Frank toasting possible. We like the jack-o-lantern cookies, too. Crisp refrigerator cookies (ginger, nut, or vanilla) are covered with orange frosting. With melted sweet chocolate and a toothpick, a budding portrait painter makes sport of fortune telling prophesies. I If tefa- of lo " P'*« on ".trip-down" . .. , NEVER on un!ti wi|h „, muc Mam-taking beauty and built-in quality at this new 1961 Sp««d QUMH "Economy fair." Th«yW r«al jovmak.rtl E».ry oun,. of Sp..d Qu.. n -, 52 yiar, of kn'oiTow'o manuforturma laundry »quipm«nt hat DMA packed into *«• MW modcli... 10 giv« you a now coMbinofron of d«lux«wa*h«r^ry«r quality and upk«*p Monomy. $«• •«$ fllo

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