The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1967 · Page 3
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Editor's note - This Woman's World column is a reprint from the Thursday, October 6, 1949 issue of the Upper Des Moines. - o - ANYONE WHO DOESN'T LIKE SURPRISES should never clean house where a bunch of active youngsters live. Many are the half - eaten sandwiches, orange peels, parts of toys and missing socks that are brought to light when mom moves out the furniture and really digs the dirt. The latest one at our house Is the pair of tomatoes I found in an unused teapot. Sister put them there : for between meal munching and forgot them for too long. They were in pretty bad shape, but their discovery solved the mystery of the peculiar odor In our kitchen. - o - ONE THING MOTHERS OF YOUNG children never have to worry about is their home not having that "lived in" look. Some people have to pay decorators to achieve that effect. I do wish, though that just once when I've spent all morning cleaning, the house would stay slicked up until everyone is in bed. - o - MILLIE AND WALTER KLAMP didn't get much sleep the other night. It wasn't because they didn't go to bed at a good respectable hour either. At about fifteen minute intervals a car horn would honk continuously for about five minutes and then stop. This occurred several times and the Klamps thought perhaps it was a group of young people over in the next block. Mrs. Klamp finally wondered If it could be the automatic timer on her stove so she went to the kitchen to check, but everything seemed in order. But still the honking continued. Finally they checked the back yard and found the noise coming from their own garage. Something was wrong with their own carl Mrs. Klamp said she had heard of people being kept awake by restless children, but never by a restless family car. Finally they went back to sleep and were again awakened. This time it was the stove. When she checked before she had neglected to push the gadget on the timer clear back in. - o - PHYLLIS HOOVER IS BEING KIDDED about her guiding services. When a carload of local women started out for Mrs. Tom Sampson's the other night to attend a club meeting, Phyllis was the only one in the car who knew the way. The journey was supposed to be for ten miles but the group traveled twice that far. The group ended up just outside of Burt where they asked directions of a friendly farmer. He hadn't heard of the Sampson's but he happened to know where one of their neighbors lived. They found they has passed very near the farm. The carload arrived only about an hour late but they report that it was a wonderful night for a ride and they got a chance to see a lot of fine Kossuth county farms. - o - THAT PROUD PAPA, MEL MINER is already worrying about the future behavior of his month old son, BUI. It seems that the baby Is so good now that his parents feel that he will have to be extra-ornery later on to make up for it. - o - „ '. AT THE'" OPEN HOUSE Op THAT wonderful St. Ann Hospital. Sunday, I was pleased to find'that at least three fine nurses who have had long experience at the old Kossuth hospital will be working at St. Ann. I talked with Meta Gade, Ellen Carlson and Gertie, (I never did know her last name.) It's very comforting to know that Algona has such a good hospital. It certainly is going to be a big help for prospective fathers. Those middle of the night races with the stork to Fort Dodge or Mason City, were awfully hard on them. Ifs an example of woman's inefficiency, one of them told me, that she never is quite sure when a baby is going to be born so she can schedule everything accordingly. St. Ann's stork department is marvelous. Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thul, underwent tonsillectomies in Mercy hospital, FortDodge, Friday. Mrs. Henry Bormann, Mrs. E. J. Gales and Jim Larsen received high and second high prizes at the CDA card party In St. Joseph's hall Sunday evening. John Bormann received door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and Peter attended the special program at Memorial Union Auditorium, Ames, Feb. 24, honoring the winter quarter students on completion of their 11 week program In farm operations. Eldon Erpelding, son of Mr. andMrs. Paul Erpelding, was a member of the class and returned home with his parents. JoAnn Erpelding, Des Moines spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Eldon and Peter and Mrs. Peter Bormann spent Friday at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City with Sister M. Letitia. Sister Letitia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding is spending this week of the semester term break at St. Martin's Convent, Odebolt, practice teaching, and assisting with otherduties. TheErpeldings were accompanied back by Sister M. Jessica, who is spending this week at St. John's Convent, Bancroft. Sister M. Margene, Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, is spending this week in St. Joseph's convent during the semester break, assisting with the duties on Mission. Mrs. Justine Decker of Wesley was honored at a surprise birthday party here in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Berte, Wednesay when her daughters, daughters-in-law, sisters and sisters-in-law gathered Tor a social afternoon. Mrs. Becker has a Feb. 29 leap year birth date. The afternoon was spent at cards with Mrs. Peter Bormann and Mrs. Rosalia fllg receiving high and second high prize and Mrs. Alvin Becker plate prize. At the gathering were Mrs. Vernon Berte, Mrs. Don Reding, Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Eugene Thul. Mrs. Peter Bormann, Mrs. Rosalia Elg and Mrs. Henry Bormann, all from St. Joe; Mrs. Arnold Kollasch, Mrs. Pat Bauman and Mrs. Charles Bormann, Whittemore, Mrs. Allan Vaske, and Mrs. James Becker, Bancroft; Mrs. Harold Becker, and Mrs. Peter Erpelding, Algona; Mrs. Anna Bormann, Livermore; Mrs. Ray Brecka, Forest City; Mrs. Alvln Becker, Mrs. Tom Becker and Joyce Becker, Wesley. Follow- THE JAYCEES CALLED IN THEIR wives Saturday to help them serve lunch to those 750 band members here for the festival. There were quite a few wieners left over so a large group of couples enjoyed a midnight picnic. Just to keep it in the Jaycee spirit they held it at the Jaycee wayside park out by the Pioneer Seed Co. There weren't any baked beans left to go with the wieners but Val Williams said she didn't mind that in the least. After standing for several hours putting a helping of baked beans on 750 plates she didn't care If she never sees another baked bean. GR AC E guests Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas of the Farmerette 500 club. Receiving prizes were Mrs. MUford Plathe, Mrs. Ray Thllges and Mrs. Eugene Zelmet. Mrs. Wm. Mc- Gulre entertains the club at their March gathering. John, 6, Lori, 9, children of ST. JOE CLOSING OUT Mrs. Duane Arend, Algona, Mrs. John Gelschecker and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch from here were FARM SALE Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public auction at the farm located 6 miles south of Algona, Iowa on 169 and Vi mile west or 5 miles north of St. Joe, Iowa and % mile west on Saturday, March 11th 12:30 P.M. MACHINERY Super "M" IHC Diesel Tractor (new rubber and real good condition); F30 Tractor; Kewanee Tandem Disc with tin ken bearings; Case Rotary Hoe, like new; New Holland Tractor Mower, like new; Lundell 606 Chopper with corn head and used very little; Lundell Wagon and hoist, 3 yrs. old; Twin Draulic Wagon and Hoist; Case Forage Chopper; John Deere Drill with grass attachments, used very little; A.C. Combine; Grain Elevator; 6 Sec. Lindsay Drag; T-8 Case Spreader; IHC 4-row Corn Planter; IHC 3-14" Tractor Plow; Hay Blower; Gehl Hammer Mill; IHC 4-row Cultivator; IHC Mounted Corn 'Picker; 2 Trailers; Walsh Weed Sprayer; Mower Windower; Side Delivery Rake; Speed Jack. FEED - FEEDING EQUIPMENT - LUMBER 2 Pit Silos full of Corn and Cane Silage; Several hundred bales of Hay and Straw in barn to be sold as one unit; 2 large Hog Feeders, one of these used 2 months; 4 small Hog Feeders; 4 Cement Water Troughs; Several hundred feet of 2x8 - 2x10 - 2x12 lumber; Several hundred feet of Shiplap. This lumber is used but is all cleaned; Several large Poles and Crossarms; Several Wood Gates of all sizes. GRAIN BINS - 3 - 9,000 bushel steel bins that are torn down and complete with bolts; 1,500 bushel grain bin. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE - This will be a chance to buy some good useable machinery of which most of it has been shedded. TERMS: Cash day of sale. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. M. J. GEUSINKVELD, Owner Raymond Spencer and Ronald Peck, Auctioneers Security State Bank, Algona, Iowa — Clerk ing a social afternoon and cards, lunch with birthday cake and ice cream was served. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Mrs. Adeline Wagner from here and Mr. and Mrs. Luke McGuire from Burt spent the weekend in Iowa City where they were guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nepple. Mrs. Nepple is the former Judy Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner. Mary Lu Wagner, student at Mt. Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, daughter of Orville Wagner, and Virgil Wagner, son of Mrs. Adeline Wagner, also were visitors In the Nepple home. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner are returning home this weekend from a 3 month visit with their sons and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wagner and sons, John Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Don Brofer and family and other relatives and friends In Arizona. Donnle Wagner, Betty Wagner and George nig returned home " Monday from a 3-week trip to Colorado and Arizona for a visit with relatives and friends. Algonan Swims With Cornell Record Team An Algonan, JohnSchutter, Jr., had a big hand in Cornell Col- Thursday, March 9, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molnet-3 lege's annexation of a third straight Midwest Conference Swimming Championship during the weekend at Mount Vernon. Young Schutter, captain of the Crdnell team, participated in three events. The 400-yd. free style relay team, with John swimming one leg of the race, placed first and set a new conference record, going the distance in 3:27.6. The 400-yd. medley team placed second and Schutter wound up fourth in the 200-yd free style after posting a 2:00.1 during qualifications Friday. His parents, Dr. andMrs. John Schutter, and . brothers and sisters attended the meet Friday and Saturday. TOP TREE TOPPLES WAYNESBORO, 'Miss,. — The nation's top magnblla tree, be* Heved to be more than 400 year* old and accepted by 'the American Forestry Assn. as champion among Its species,has been felled by dry rot and decay. The stately southern magnolia grandlflora which stood In (he southwest corner of Wayne County, was 116 feet tall wlth.a crown diameter of 56 feet. The entire top of the dead tree has fallen to the ground and all>that remains Is a naked stem 60 feet T No Money Down on Family Purchase Planl MARCH SAVINGS Safety Treads R.g. $1.89 Attractive assorted mats — add safety and beauty to tub. 89e Cement loose tile, seal seams and crevices. Whit*. 34-MM Sugar Dispenser Reg. -JOC 39c Ow Assorted color dispensers have built-in measurers, Syrup Dispenser 37° Reg. 49c Lever action servers with assorted color no-drip topi. ii-tw Decorative Bathroom Basket Reg. $1.19 Modern sculptured look for your bath, in crystal, goldtono or gold flecked pink. 12-qt. 2041M Hardware Week SPECIAL* DELUXE BATH SCALE Reg. $7.95 Sale Priced Smart black and chrome scalo has an extra wide platform. Weighi accurately—even on carpetl 90-1913 Leclrolite Qualityl SW1NG-A-WAY* CAN OPENER .., «•«».. $147 $1.98 I Double gear cutting action! Chromed.ao-jui MASKING TAPE %"x!80' R*g. /IOC 57e *l" Use for 2-color work, for straight line.; 5-Piece Combination WRENCH SET $179 Galvanized UTILITY PAN & 59 e Heavy gauge, galvanized steel pan. 4x16". 2 Drop forged, heat treated and chromed for heavy duty servicel 7 /u"to "/i6 RAY-O-VAC 'D 1 BATTERIES R»B. "|O C Each In 25e \JL Twin Pack Save on factory fresh battery powtrl \r-ttr Drainer-Server Reg. 98c Designed for serving vegetables. Stainless steel. H-MI6 77 e Stir 'n Serve Spoon Reg. yTe 98c / / At home on the stove or the table! Stainless steel. PUTTY KNIFE BIO VALUE Ideal for glazing windows and scraping paint! 1 ¥14". 11-211* ARTISAN Torch Cylinder Reg. $1.19 Save on propane futl for your work-saving attachments! u-nti 99' GAMBLES FAMOUS FOR VALUES FOR 42 YEARS! WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR ANNIVERSARY FREE PRIZES I HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS I GREEN CARNATIONS FOR THE LADIES I THURSDAY -FRIDAY -SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 10, 11 Tremendous savings on hundreds of items - see for yourself ! HONSBRUCH DRUG It's time again for us to celebrate our 13th birthday day in this fine community. Thank you all for another wonderful year of business! 14 E. STATE ALGONA PHONE 5-3581

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