The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1967 · Page 33
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 33

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1967
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4—Algena, (la.) Upper Dti Motn«t Thursday, March 16, 1967 Final Concert Here The final concert of the 1966-67 Community Concert season will be given Thursday, March 16, at 8 p. m. at the Algona High School auditorium, featuring "The Marlowes", duo-pianists. Ronald and Jeffrey Marlowe, twin brothers, are often compared with solo artists, as they have a remarkable ability to play with a unique kind of togetherness. This young duo made their debut at age eleven, appearing on the Milton Berle show and later the same year with the Philadelphia orchestra, They have since played with the New York Philharmonic, as well as appearing on such TV shows as the Garry Moore show, Tonight show and the Steve Allen show. Their repertoire Includes work by MacDonald, Bach, Mozart, Poulenc and Saint-Sarns. AROUND ALGONA THE ST. JOE CD A will sponsor a card party March 19 at 7:45 p.m. WILLIAM P. Studer, Algona, zone manager for Investors Diversified Services, Inc., attended a financial planning seminar held in Cedar Rapids March 7 -9 The purpose of the three-day meeting was to introduce a practical approach to sound financial planning as developed by IDS. MR. AND MRS. Robert Arndorfer, Corv/ith, were hosts at a baptismal dinner March 12 for their baby daughter, Amy Ann, who was born March 4 at St.,, Algona. Attending the dinner.iwere Fr. Nicholas Ruba, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arndorfer, the baby's sponsors, and Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm and Mike. Corwith Druggist 50 Year Honor WESLEY - Rufus Welter, owner and operator of a drug store In Corwith, was recently issued a certificate by the Pharmaceutical Association for 50 years of service as a registered pharmacist. Mr. Welter, a son of the late Robert Welters of Wesley, began his career in the Carl Roe-Harvey Braley drug store In Wesley. On Jan. 18,1917 Rufus was issued his registered pharmaceutical certificate. The family moved to Corwith in 1924 and he became owner of his drug store.' He received a congratulatory letter from Governor Harold Hughes. Mrs. Welter is the former Dora Loebig, a former Wesleyan. They are parents of three sons and two daughters. "UNLOADED" Tons of bagged cotton seed meal was accldently unloaded over Highway 218 last month when a semi-truck loaded with bags of meal flipped over near Iowa City. ANTLERS Rodney and Jerry Dalen, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Irven Dalen, Esthervllle, found two deer antlers in Fort Defiance State park recently. They usually see a herd of deer pass their home "We wanted you to be the first to know" Happy news travels fastest by Long Distance, and nothing can match the warmth of a telephone visit. Inexpensive, too, thanks to new rate reductions. Lowest rates in history are now in effect every night after 8 and all day Sunday. Enjoy a relaxed chat with loved ones far away . . . it's the next best thing to being there Northwestern Bell Dialing a distant number is so easy, saves so much time. Just dial "1" to connect you with the Long Distance network. Next, dial the area code (if different from your own). Then, dial the telephone number. It's the fast, personal way to keep in touch. IT'S NO BLARNEY! WIDE AISLES FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE, PLENTY OF FREE PARKING. NEWSUNKIST FROZEN ORANGE CORNED CHUNK STYLE BIG BOLOGNA DECKER'S SLICED Spiced Luncheon ARMOUR STAR PICKLED PIMENTO LOAF [CHEF'S DELIGHT OR HI-GRADE DAIRY LOAF CHEESE SPREAD 2lb. CQC pkg. ifv FRESH,DELICIOUS PORK CHOPSIIPORK LIVER II WIENERS GUS GLASER'S CHIPPED DEEF 2 GUS GLASER ALL-MEAT OPEN NITES Thursday, March 16, 1967 Algena (la.) Upper DM Moino-S AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING I •' BROWN OR POWDERED H&G WHITING AD PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY CHECK OUR STORE MOM., TUES., WED. FOR ISslEW SPECIAL PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE YOU. EVERYTHING FOR A SALAD FRESH DAILY: LEAF LETTUCE, CUCUMBERS, ENDIVE, ESCAROLE, AVOCADOS, RED CABBAGE, PARSLEY. GREEN TOP RADISHES 'bunch LARGE GREEN PEPPERS FULL OF FLAVOR CHERRY TOMATOES BEET SUGA WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY 4 LIGHT BULBS. eaping pint 29' CHIPS POTATO SOLID CRISP CABBAGE RED POTATOES 10 Ib. | WE RESERVE THE RIGHT j • TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 1 NO ORDER REQUIRED! WILDERNESS PIE MIX APPLE - RAISIN - LEMON - FR. APPLE 4 No. 2 cans •^ WELL'S BLUE BUNNY ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS ^Nfc £fc Q % gal. SWANSON'S ICE CREAM - V& GAL. —_ 69c SWANSON'S PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING can . (pac 39 NO DEPOSIT NO RETURN • 1.00 HYROCK POP VjMia^PWtKA^... 5 £? > raAfHMyTYLlTollEr."."] Editors note - This column of Woman's World Is a reprint from the Tuesday, March 21, 1950 issue of the Upper Des Moines. - o - AFTER MARCH 15, A FAMILIAR statement by husbands who have just dug down deep for Uncle Sam's share Is, "We just have to cut down on our expenses." Every wife knows that It is then up to her to cut a few corners in the household Items. We weren't hit very hard at our home due to our medical expenses for our 1949 baby. We have always maintained that she would still be a bargain if we had to pay many times the amount it cost to save her, but it is nice to know that she was responsible for a big tax deduction. - o BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WROTE, "Beware of little expenses. A small leak will sink a big ship." That Is our department girls. Keeping watch over the little expenses. We all have our pet economies. Some of us save money by a knack with the needle, and how I wish I had more skill along that line. However, we are blessed with a grandmother who can take an old beaten up coat or dress and make really nice clothes for the children. The only trouble is that she has so many grandchildren. - o LAVONNE POST MAKES BEAUTIFUL clothes for her daughter and son, professionally tailored clothes for herself and she even runs up good looking sport shirts for her husband. She finishes a garment in about the same time it takes me to figure out the directions on the pattern. - o THERE IS AN OLD SAYING THAT A woman can throw away more with a spoon than a man can bring in with a shovel. The kitchen Is a good place to practice economy. You can save enough to splurge on steak occasionally if you watch the leftovers. The home economists at Iowa State college prefer to call them plan- overs. The idea Is to take the leftover food and disguise it so the man of the house doesn't suspect that you have just cleaned out the refrigerator. At our house that works with varying results. Sometimes I hit upon something really good and sometimes the man of the house eats it in kind of a stunned silence. - o THE BREAD BOX TAKES MY Imagination In planning so that bread may not be wasted. There are always a few slices left from each loaf that get too hard to serve. My grandmother taught me that It is a sin to burn bread with all the hunger in the world. I think she Is right. I roll the bread for crumbs, make bread pudding and stuffing, but I always have a big sack of dry bread left over. Any ideas on the subject would be welcome. - o IT IS POSSIBLE TO SAVE A GREAT DEAL by careful shopping. It helps a great deal to read the ads In this paper before you start. (I couldn't resist that plug for the U.D.M) Some homemakers say that budgeting is a good way to keep down household expenses. Does it work? We don't live by a budget, but I try to stay under a fixed amount for groceries. What is your pet economy? I would appreciate hearing from you whether it is sewing, saving food, getting extra wear from clothing, leftover recipes or whatnot. While we are on the subject, I think I had better turn off the lamp that is now burning in our unoccupied living room. - o YOU LETTERS GIVE ME A GREAT deal of pleasure. This week I received one from Mrs. Wade Ball of Algona about the box elder bug problem. She says cutting down the box elder trees is not a solution. She says, "We do not have a box elder tree on the farm but we have bugs by the hundreds, over the curtains, in the light fixtures, over the floor and everywhere. I know of a party who paid out $20 to have a tree cut down - the answer, still bugs." Come to think of It I don't think we have a box elder tree In the neighborhood either, but we still have the bugs also. The other day I was watching what I thought was a box elder bug at the library, but June Mawdsley, who knows a great deal about nature study, said it was a different bug entirely. We were interruptedbeforel could ask her what it was, but maybe the ones I have noticed around here are not box elder bugs, either. - o THE FIRST ROBIN OF SPRING AS FAR as I am concerned, was pointed out of me today by Robert Percival while he was playing In the yard with our son. • Maybe the times when the children won't have to wear boots, mittens and snowpants Isn't far off. Best of all, they will be able to spend a great deal of time out-of-doors, measles permitting. One robin doesn't make a spring, but it does make a person take a more optimistic viewpoint. GRACE FIBERGLASS TANK newest feature of GEHL Mix-All Another Gehl first! Now, optional Mix-All tank of modern fiberglass reinforced plastic— the space-age building material. Advantages: tank is strong as steel, yet weighs '/i as much; rust-proof < not affected by salt or minerals); permanent molded-in white color won't scratch, peel or require re-painting; smooth interior sides reduce feed bridging, allow faster unloading; insulates better, reduces moisture condensation. OTHER GEHL MIX-ALL FEATURES: • 66 thin, steel hammers that CUT ... not POUND to give you a uniform grind. • Semi-suction fan draws materials through screen quickly. • Feed aerator cools all milled ingredients. Prevents caking. • Swinging auger feeder uniformly loads the mill at your choice of speeds. Come in! See the Gehl Mix-All with new fiberglass tank. Financing available. Make us Prove if with a Demonstration! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA

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