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{!«.) Mftintt Thursday, Ot». IS, 1959 Tidbits by Evelyn •RaneA — Rulh and Gleft were here and we had such a nice time talking about Guttenborg, Mc-Grfgor. SpHlville and the lovely clocks, Prairie du Che-!n and it's Villa Louis, and other points of interest in the area. They went to Decorah, which I hadn't, but the museum must, be very interesting. I forgot to ask them if they drove up 'Tike's Peak" out of McGregor. There is a lovely view of the Mississippi from there. Ruth also brought two pic«?s of lemon angel food cake and a bouquet of fall flowers. The cake is delicious. Try it, some of you cake bakers. "Mrs Hanselman dropped in while they were here. Mrs H. knows Ruth's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clint McClellan. Lu Verne, very well. » » * Monday — We welcomed Mrs James Berninghaus back from her honeymoon which was spent at the Wisconsin Dells. We compared notes and agreed it is beautiful place!. The "Throe Muskateers" were there a few years ago and enjoyed it greatly It was a sort of farewell week end at the Strahorn's. Sept. 26 27, for they are moving to lowf Falls and it was the last tim •the family would all be in th home they have lived in for 1 years. Fred was home from low City. Sandra from Ames an larris. * * » Mrs Olio Weslling report* she aw Khrushchev in DCS Moines hat big day, .Anyone else from lere have that honor? * * * Mrs Walter Heerdt reports tn njurcd knee suffered in a fall while chasing a tomato eating chicken from the garden. We had a cat one time that played havoc with mother's crop — a nip hero and (hero which was blamed on .•hickcns till mother caught him n the act. He liked cantelope, too. Did you ever hear of such crazy cat? Oh, but. he was __te -L Bob. a white Angora, the ultimate in cats, and I've never wanted another pet to replace him. * * * Then there is the man, married since 1951, who couldn't tell mo the names of his wife's relatives when he attempted to give mo a news item. Was his face rod! * * « Barbara Wicks and Gloria Joseph, members of Girl Scout troop 22, presented me with a box of writing paper today after school. Each sheet bore colored decralions, fall leaves and most artistic I assure you. This work is a credit toward'badges. The leaders of this group are Mrs Don Wood and Mrs Duane Jensen. I invited the girls to come again unbounding. » + • Had a phone chat with E«ihe* who is croaking like a frog. She has a bad cold which has settled in the voice box. fiernadine wasn't talking loo well either and Jim wasn't far behind. Yes, Benson and the Aliens are the subjects of this paragraph. * * * Saturday — A perfect day and Ha/el, Lizzie and I left here about 10:30. That got us to Clear Lake for early dinner. We ambled nf. a slow pace around the old lake drive to see the new houses that are built, and enjoyed seeing the lovely older places, Swea & Eagle Elvin Swanson and DarreU Newlin spent a couple days fish- **-!»» Vii" fl\ tf»»iM A«* *$ f 1 *t\, n i*«i HJf -!it iiinrii. ing at" diamdrtd Lake sota last week. in Minnc- •Mr and Mrs Francis Torino and Larry attended the National Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo, Sunday. The Clifford McGregor family attended the family observance t A * „«, PrVrioV Falls Bo as their visit was interrupted by Judy from Cedar faus. tsoD| M ^ „„,.„;„„ „, rtlir Cllpmor ),. n vs Wickus, a friend of Fred, was here from Mason City and Carol •Shore, a Cedar Falls student, was house guest as her parents, the Glenn Shores were vacationing in Cashton, Wis. Added to thesis were Mrs Strahorn's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Smith, Ames. Donnabelle Richardson (Mrs Robert Richardson), Cedar Falls, was also a guest during the week, and of Mrs George THOSE CHILLY WINDS ARE HERE! ARE YOU PREPARED? Have Your Topcoat Cleaned BY US TODAY the serving of our supper trays. Thank you again, girls. * * * Lucille Hutchison called me to tell me May Walker was arriving Friday, Oct. 2 from Chicago, 111-., where she has been visiting her son and daughter-in-law, 'Mr a'n'd Mrs Phillip Walker. She was to be here till Monday and was then going to Cedar Rapids. WE will give your • topcoat and suits •hat "new" look! Clean Clothes Are A Mark of Distinction When Done By f» no c E s a quality controlled cleaning Dry Gleaners & Tailors 111 S. Harlen CY 4-4277 Beverly Zumach, R.N. here brought in two friends, also R.N.s who trained with her, Kathleen Houseman and Delores Olson, Minneapolis. They had come to attend' the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Beverly's parents, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach. ... * » * Thursday — Cora Thompson and Pearl Asa were here to tell ne about the Algona Women's Federated Club Home Industries Fair which is to be held Oct. 19 at 7:30 in the high school annex. The idea is to have an exhbit of articles made at home. There is no charge and the public is wel come. * * * Don Glaser, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser, is in the service at Tokato base, Japan, and was right in the thick of the typhoon which hit there recently. Work on some roofs had to be discontinued; - and many finished buildings had roofs blown off. Don said the wind was reported at 75 knots and he believed it was at least twice that. Fortunately there were no injuries to he men. What a difference here is in words — tycoon and vphoon so near alike. * * * Speaking of words, a gremlin got busy again in my ite:n say;- ng Mr and Mrs Clarence 'Achilles. of New 'Hampton visited Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen. IVIv Achilles is well-known here. She is the former Ruth Jackson. * * * Mrs Mattie McWhorter was brought here today. I met her in the hall and told her this is'a very pleasant place to stay but I hoped she would soon be able to be in her own home, another way of saying "Good Health .to you, Mrs McW." too. To me that Venice business is still a joke — looks like a drainage ditch — certainly a far cry to Venice of our dreams. A stop at Julia Cady's apartment where we viewed the gifts — so many of them it was quite bewildering. A ohat with the prospective bride, her escort brother, Pat, friends who were there and an inspection of Julia's compact, charming apartment. Thence to the church, hovered over by ushers, hostesses, >etc — and then the big moment when the organ boomed out the wedding march which was preceded by a vocal number. Comes a lump in the throat, a little moisture in the eyes, and lo — Mr and Mrs Murray Lawson turn and walk down the aisle. A handsome couple, smiling happily and ready to greet everybody. More aid by masculine friends, Pat taking charge, and down we go to the dining room for the refreshments and chats .with Dr. and Mn Fincham and son John of Ames Mr and Mrs Glen Doty and a few .others. Dr. Fincham and my late cousin Dr. Gerald Cady were close friends and I met him many years ago. The Doty's daughte Jeanne married Gerald's olde son, Dr. Jerry 1 Cody who is with the navy air force and held up at Laos with this affair in the far east. And of course there was the meeting at Julia's with Carolyn, Pat's wife. Three years ago Hazel, Lizzie and I attended their wedding at Rock Island. So now the last of the' Cadys is married, except me, and if I could kidnap the bridegroom — seriously, he is a splendid fellow. of her mother's birthday, Friday evening at Titorika. Twenty seven members of Mrs Louise Eden's family, were present to help her celebrate, A birthday dinner was held at the Eldon Isaacson home Sunday for their twin sons who will jo' 4 years old Saturday. The itlle ones are Darwin and Dar- family attended the funeral of M a r I i n's grandfather,' John Kauffman, Monday at Storm Mr and Mrs MancU Hurlburt and family attended the, wedding of Lynn Wilson Sunday. at Storm Lake •ell, and their grandparents, Mr ind Mrs Joe Sampson of Dollivcr were dinner guests. The Walter O'Greens were weekend guests of her sister, the rordes Bergan family at St. Paul. Sunday guests at the Martin ueerdes were her sister, the Jack Reisdorfers of Lakota, the Bo'b Geerdcs and Kenneth Mullarkey families. Mr and Mrs Virgil Tokheim were weekend visitors in Minneapolis. 'Mr and Mrs Leroy Sanftner of Minneapolis came Friday to spend the weekend with the parental Frank Sanftncrs and Mrs Christine Swangon. ,Mr and Mrs Marlin Hardt and The Jolly Housewives Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs R. S. Mather. Assisting hostess • was Mrs Paul Wegner. Mrs Andrew Hansen, Mrs Ed Stewart, Mrs Glen Clark and Mrs Harvey C. Larsen attended thr PTA District conference at Storm Lake Tuesday. Fred Berggren was entered as at patient at the Fairmont hospital Tuesday morning. Mr and Mrs Andrew Brones attended funeral services at th$j 'Methodist Church at Mason City, Sept. 28 for a long time friend, W. M. Pedelty. Mr and Mrs Ole Johansen visited at the home of her sister- in-law, Mrs Norma 'Boyer,. at Fairmont last Sunday.' Mrs Ronald Johnson was a pat* lent at th* Holy family hoatftal, ttes Moines, has been assigned to EsthervUle, a few days last Week, J "*" ** **«*-*-* ' «• **-* w * v »*«wi fc* *^. TV VI-VA^y 0 4CUAV TT V****»-* «.„»» FrarSHs fdrihe assisted Mrs John Wilson of Burl in cheeking the results d£*,ttte Mantoux teit Friday ntfr?iiftgv«t the Swea Cfty School. There were no reactors, and the children Were all,present except dhe for the check. , ' At. their quarterly hospital meeting Wednesday evening, the Ladies Auxiliary of the. WW* packed 53 dozen homemade cookies to send to a 1 VA Hospital. Mrp Leonard Applequist and Mrs Norine Banielson are on the hospital committee. Mrs Gordon Jones, Mrs Wallace' Johnson and Mrs Kenneth Brones served the refreshments. Swea City Man Member Of Highway Patrol Dick Waterbury of Swea City who recently graduated from tha Iowa Highway Patrol school at daty at Cherokee.' He and his wife, the former Donna Maclsen, have established their residence at Cherokee. '- ' ...^ ' Watertmry gra&iat&d fro to Grant high school in "1951 an6 was in the U.S. Navy for fottr -years. -He has farmed for the ifest ye*af and a half 'neat Swea City. , . ' ' . The first newspaper to use .Jftoolns regularly w'is the New York Evening Telegram under Fames G. Bennett. UDM eitssified* Pat Dividend* Rummage & Bake Sale CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH SATURDAY, OCT. 17 , 8 A.M. UNTIL NOON 41 Now you Know! insurance problems* By L. S. Behanaon ,\ , 803-A Sewing Machine BIG NEWS is ih& revolutionary Free-Westinghous& Super Deluxe Autorrtatic! It's an "automatic" seller . . /designed for the needs of everyone, . . . It's the one machine designed to "do everything" . »;•;. dbing it simply, easily. With perfect precision. As Low As $89.88 TERMS ; , Biustrom furniture ; :- TF 6UESTION: What kind 6f insurance covers a'person's liability in minor hunting and fishing accidents such as srtagqing a friend wiih a fish hook? ANSWER; That coverage is called Comprehensive Person* a! Liability.'For a small additional premium you can add Medical Payments coverage which would pay for a reasonable amount of medical, attention regardless'of your legal liability. I * if you'll address your own I insurance questions to" this of* If ice, we'll try to give you, the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. L.S.BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 At Wiikie's, who should bs ai the next booth but Mrs R, M. Wallace, her sister Marie Grover and Mr and Mrs Lance Reibhoff of Burl. We had a little chat with them and learned they were in Clear Lake to visit Mr and Mrs Oscar Amunson. Then on the street at Mason City, a woman came up to me and said, "Aren't you Evelyn Cady of Algona." Assuring her she was correct she added, "I am Ida Bailey, sister of Bess Hopkins and Marie Hawcott." I called on you with them — etc." Ws had a nice chat. It's always fun running across acquaintances. LuVerne Student CHRISTMAS! Open A Savings Account For Santa's Sock ... To provide all the gifts you 'want to give this Christmas, start a savings account now . . . and pay cash for these presents when you buy them. You'll be a lot happier without those January bills! Now Paying .Current Earnings Per Annum Compounded Semi-Annually HOME FEDERAL I had such a nice visit with i^plen Dingley and her cousin. Jaunita Donohue, Hollywood Calif. And she's right in the heart of that interesting place- Hollywood and Vine streets What could be nicer? She war quite enchanted with the view from my window, her artistic eyes catching at once the beauty of the maple trees and the sloping lawns nearby. Jaunita was a commercial artist some 'time ago, a part of her work being painting drop scenes for theatrical purposes. I forgot to ask her if she was doing anything in her line now. I did offer her the use of my window and the warmth of my room to do some sketches. I hope she decides to do it. . The brothers John, Bay and Darold will alsd be well remembered. John and his wife are leaving soon to make their home in Hawaii, Bay lives in Chicago, and is married and Darold is unmarried and he and Jaunita make their home together. Jaunita loves Iowa, Algona in particular and I was happy to hear her say. "It is much prettier than California." * * * I wrote io Mary Ellen Kelley of Marcus, telling her how much I enjoyed her "And With The Dawn, Rejoicing." Came a reply card from her thanking me and saying she was thinking of starting on book number 2. She has been in New York at a Sodality meeting. * * * I have learned my "Dea Atoby" excerpts have, causec some confusion. Readers, "Dea A'bby" is written by Mis Abigail Van Buren of San Mateo, Calif. Her letters and answers are a syndicated column. Arthur Godfrey read several of her letters and answers on one of his programs some tune ago. He geta a "Hick" out of her and so do I, so I was merely quoting some J ran across. Does that clear the I mystery? Abjby has a wonder- J ful sense of humor and her wit is Catherine Irene Hilbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank J. Hilbert, LuVerne, Iowa, is a member of the registration committee in preparation of the annual Career Day being held at St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing, Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 24. All junior and senior high school students are invited to attend. The day is planned to provide all prospective student nurses and . those interested in x-ray technique, laboratory technology and diet therapy with tho information needed to enroll in their respective fields. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., at tht school of nursing. There are two thousand magazine publishing firms in the United States with a total volume of more than one and one- half billion dollars annually. NEW McCULLOCH ONE/SO CHAIN SAW only «---«-" $192.45 f.o.b. 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