The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1967 · Page 15
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March 1-Atypical March wind blowing, but bright sunshine and a feel of spring in the air. And just where did winter go ? The flights of the seasons are dizzying - and all too soon it will be winter again. But let's enjoy- this season and I am waiting for the first report on a robin. Bless their pretty red breasts and song I I had an interesting caller the other evening and wish I had more opportunity to talk over several subjects I consider of importance. Her name is Sutira Soitet, Thailand, the exchange student who is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds. They had been here to see Mrs. Geneva Dodds and came in to call on me. I was amazed that Sutira is a senior in high school. She looks so young and even more amazing was her command of the English language. The Sherman Littles of San Rafael, Calif, are on the prowl again and a recent card from them came from Las Vegas, Nev. "No gambling" they said, "just seeing shows." Another card gave a program of the LeLido de Paris, Grand Prix Revue." It looked like very interesting entertainment and since I love shows, too, I'd like to have been with them. They have the right idea. Go while you can - it's later than you think. * * * Millie Nolte had a card a couple of weeks ago from her brother, Ed Genrich, who with his wife Genevieve has been on one of the conducted tours and had reached Hawaii. They were to be there a couple of weeks and are probably home by this time. This is their third trip. There isn't much left for them to see, unless they try for the moon, which wouldn't surprise me if they ever get airlines there. Well, since I've been told there's no man on the moon, I'll just stay on terra firma! Oh, yes- other things enter into my rejection of the moon trip I There are so many old saws — I wonder how "the moon is made of green cheese" originated. Does anybody know ? How would you like to step out your door and pick yourself an orange for breakfast or a snack? Or a lemon for pie or a drink ? Well, many a California!! can do that and Edna Stebbins is one of those fortunate ones, according to an interesting letter I had from her recently. I mustn't forget to ask her if the Orange Belt Emporium is still doing business. That was to Pomona what Fields is to Chicago or Foleys to Houston. Edna said it is 45 years ago Jan. 29 that she and her husband Ross and daughter Leeta left Algona. Naturally she has become attached to the place, for she has lived there longer than in Iowa. Ross was a barber here for Carl Wauge and dad always wanted him to shave him. He had tender skin and said Ross could do the best and gentlest job of any barber here. Ross discontinued the trade in Pomona and went into a small business at which he prospered. He has been deceased several years. Edna clerked in a clothing store for a long time but has now retired just in time to enjoy her little granddaughter, Kathryn Klerulff to the utmost. * * * The pesky squirrels are back at the bird feeder. Last winter the feeder was undisturbed, but just now I saw a fat moocher gobbling as fast as he could. Earl Rich chased him away, but he'll be back, darn him. I wish he was in the frying pan and I was having a serving of him. * * * Some March birthdays I am remembering - not by gifts, just thoughts-St. Patrick, of course, March 9; March 14, and March 20, anniversaries of friends long gone. * * * The Lowe family will be well- remembered, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lowe, Bertha, Clifford, John and Ethel (Shortie). Margaret Reid had a recent letter from her relative, Josie Taylor, 'who married Clifford Lowe and after his death married EdBrat- vett. She and Clifford had a son Henry. At one time all lived in South Dakota where the Henry Lowes and Bertha took claims. Years ago, all died and now Josie and some of her relatives live at Nappa, Calif. * * * New Service Supervisor At Phone Co. Lu Verne Make this St. Patrick's day and every other day secure. Open a Savings account . . . your funds will bring you a guaranteed return of 4 1/2%. Your Savings are insured by an agency of the govern- ment . . . your pot o' gold is as safe as a Leprechaun's herel Current Rate Per Year on Passbook Savings Current Rat* Per Year on 6 Month Investment Certificates Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Account* Folly Intur.d to $15,000 Passbook Savings-Save From The 15th- Earn From The 1st Savings Certificates-Earn From The Day You Invest SINCE 1917 -AUJONA, IOWA A,, Passbook Savings Accounts and Savings Certificates insured up to $15,00^U Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. Just in case you might be interested in my eye —it's back to normal, thank goodness. Hope it never happens again. * * * I've gone along with stretch pants, teased hair, mini skirts, but it has reached the limit when a woman dons a rubber bathing cap, puts a hole in the top to pull her hair through, then arranges it in a fantastic design, one long curly-cue down over the forehead and an eye pasted in the center. Anyone who is interested can have the two I cut out of an eye wash ad, just in case anyone has gone berserk. * * * I won't miss "What's My Line" and haven't watched it for months. Candid Camera is in the same category. Sopranos can be eliminated, too, except NormaZimmer of the Welk program. Just a bit of nostalgia - Pd like to hear Alice Lon again. She didn't have the finished voice of Norma, nor could they sing the same types of songs effectively, but Alice was a cute trick - sort of a Clara Bow of years ago. Clara didn't sing, but their types were similar I think. Anyone want to argue? And hurrah I Perry Mason will be back next season 1 r-.. * * * •How happy Dot Smith and her family must be. She was dismissed from .Good Samaritan H yesterday and is now established in her Martin apartment. * * * I am not the "stayer-upper" I used to be. I wish the TV plays would go on an hour earlier. Oh, once in a while I can hold out till 10, but It has to be good or else I * * * When the Amy and Bill Geering's son-in-law and daughter, Betty, Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black and family were living in Kansas, Betty was always wishing the children could get up here and enjoy the snow. Well, the Blacks moved to Glen Ellyn, m. some time ago, so Amy needn't fear - the children had PLENTY of snow this winter to enjoy- or perhaps otherwise. * * * This story gleaned from the Readers Digest struck me as being particularly amusing-and typical of the times and magazine articles in about every current periodical. The doctor who was delivering an infant was puzzled about the wide grin on the newly born infant's face till he noticed a clutched little fist, and upon opening it, there was-the PiE. * * * Turtle to turtle-Don't you love the sound of rain on your roof? * * * Honors go to Mrs. Adrian Sterling 1 First robin seen and heard by her March 1 - Hurrah 1 It's nesting time, too. Just saw a sparrow with a long spear of dry grass. RICHARD NELSON Richard L. Nelson, Cedar Rapids, has been named service supervisor for Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. here. He leaves the position of service foreman at Cedar Rapids. Nelson joined the telephone company in 1965 at Iowa City. A year later he was named service foreman at Cedar Rapids. A graduate of the State College of Iowa, he holds a bachelor of arts degree in industrial arts. The Nelsons have one daughter, Sigrid, five months old. They will live at 1308 E. Call St. in Algona. lavish a lot of it on them. I can't begin to tell her adequate thanks. * * * Mrs. William Cook is head over heels in piecing quilt tops. Remember when women exchanged designs and had bees and refreshments ? Cotton batting used to go between the tops and linings, but it was found some time ago cotton sheets are better. And what fun to look at pieces of materials used in well-remembered dresses. Elva Coon's hobby is braided rugs. I wonder how many she has made and the size of the largest? Mrs. Helmar Maage of Clarion was a guest Sunday in the home of Miss Luella and Miss Violet Svieger. Mrs. Maage is a long time friend of the Sviegers. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Nelson of Dakota City were Sunday dinner guests in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kiley. Mrs. Jack McClellan and Karen spent Tuesday in the home of Mrs. McClellan's sister-in-lav, Mrs. Richard Patterson, in Ft. Dodge. Pfc. Jerry Dakin is spending SOITKB time in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Klley. Pfc. Dakin Is a brother-in-law of • Mrs. Klley. He has just returned from an assignment in Vietnam. Jack McClellan and Stanley Egel attended a Northrup-King Seed Corn Sales meeting at the Starlite Restaurant in Ft. Dorige Tuesday. Twenty-six members of the Fellowship Club of the Lutheran church were guests of the Livermore Married Couples' Club at the church in Livermore Sunday evening, Rev. Stock gave devotions. Adolph Koester showed films of his trip to Europe, Lunch was served by the hosts and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jphns^and family spent Sunday afterneon in the home of Mr. John's mother, the Andy Wernets, at Britt. Also visiting were all of Mr. John's brothers and sisters. Mrs. Wernet is recuperating after a fall in her home sometime ago, Members of the Lu Verne Library Board who were on the panel discussing the Lu Verne Library over KLGA Algona last week were Mrs. L. B. Shelton; Mrs. Robert Bralnerd, Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Harry Naffziger and Mayor Jim Mallory. Mr. and Mrs. John Kubly of Fort Sill, Okla., were Saturday and Sunday guests in the home of John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly. John has completed his six months' active duty with the National Guard and he and his wife will move to Minnesota where he will work with his brother in carpentry work. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ruberg and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lee Ruberg of Ft, Dodge and Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Meyer were Saturday evening visitors in the Melvin Kubly home. Sunday visitors of the Kublys were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson ofHumboldtjMrs. Bob Marchant and children of Livermore, parents and sister of Mrs, Kubly; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kubly and children of Lake City, Minn.; Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Meyer and children of Lu Verne, and Mr. and Mrs, John Kubly of Ft. Sill, Okla. The two children, Carla and Kevin, of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kubly, who have been staying with their grandparents for several weeks, returned home with their parents. Thursday, March 9, 1967 Alflona (la.) Upper Dos Moine»-7 INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchlscd dealer — Upper DCS Molnes Pub. Co. YOUTH Manning youth, Michael Edgerton was one of a group of 100 that attended Youth Senate in Washington, D. C. last month. Michael extended personal greetings to President Johnson and also gave a brief speech to the president. The eleven sons of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Hamburg of Gerlng, Nebraska, amassed a total of 68 years of military service. Of this total, eleven were in combat with seven brothers serving in WWE and three in the Korean conflict. Five of the Hamburg boys were members of the National Guard. "A sure sign of Spring" - WE'RE OPEN FOR THE YEAR — Hank's Dairy Creme W OPEN ...In our completely new and modern building on South Phillips street... serving every day 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Yes, spring is in the air and HANK'S DAIRY CREME on South Phillips street is open for the year . . . serving *ll tho«e delicious Dairy Creme goodies plus many other snack* and sweets. INSIDE SERVING AREA in our new building, modern in every respect. Stop out and see us this w«ekl Vanilla, Chocolate and Raspberry Flavors Now Being Served! WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING or regular... Thick-sliced... Which Hormel Bacon suits your taste? Do you have a yen for the great outdoors? Do you have a taste for only the very best? » . _ .... • t_ :_i:.i._.._J-...,n.'ivnn4- i->-i i i e«io? Oh/^i^CO t-ifMTTlPl Q Crackling campfires and winds in the pines? You'll go for Range Brand thick-sliced bacon ... cut thick on purpose from lean, meaty slabs of bacon with the savor of woodsmoke in every single bite. Range Brand ... Hornfel's hearty bacon for man-sized appetites. Vintage wines, classic literature, great music? Choose Hormel's finest regular-sliced bacon in the handsome black package. One taste tells you this is ultra-quality bacon, lean, firm and smokehouse fresh. Hormel's Black Label: perfect bacon, slice after slice. African violets seem to have certain lengths of time to bloom and remain in good health. One of mine gave signs of pining, so Mrs. Nick Fisch as usual came to the rescue and yesterday brought me two new ones - such beauties. 1 wish I could describe their looks - one a gorgeous purple, the other white. And such pretty leaves. The white one has curly edged ones, the other a lovely pale green. My window would look so nude without the contributions she has made over the years I have been here and she thinks I have a way with them as they last much longer than most. Well, if love has anything to do with it, I Thick-sliced or regular...you get the great taste in bacon from Hormel FINE FOOD PRODUCTS

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