The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1967 · Page 17
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinej Thursday, Mey 4, 1<> llllllllllllllllllllilllllillllllllliliilililililliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM^ iiiuinnniig » : 1 * IrailiiniimiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimiiimHiiiiniiniRiT-^TaBiniHirjiiim:!! April 18 - Well, here we are '-; ack in the "dust bowl" era « jain. Remember tack in the "•* 0*s when the midwest M-KI: ; ^ trough a very trying ordeii. ?• arms abandoned, shelter rflt ?' rees planted and everytMnc rc-s- ible done to relieve i hid s:;- : " : ation? After three exist stO;T".s •' n this area within i jxist •<••?;* .".r •• o, we are about to thir-kupso-rr.e ew words apprcr.rute to the onditioas and the worker, vb; Jean here are keerir.c svf-r.- r . . by Evelyn Cii»s. Mo-im: Vonioii, '..cr's i .in, ;lif N'svfT, -.riiiU'ii.' . •.f.nii-inf .1: tlir i:i!i,r,is n: v.- r. wniprfi"- . tiir c'lf.-.-; : irr.s; ftnrl rvpr ;i:-ou,:!i; I'.ir mf ^:;m;,:o ; : :.- i.-v-j ^uris). ;r. )'f : ;;.'.•;. :•.;• :w '.I'. iiS ir. H, v "- r.~. ir'-t r; wr? !'f:r :rv:.. ^ < •* A TT.j..iiviU. f . <-..'. 't .... 1 i H :lif iilir- ''-',." :.:..-. : l!i '- 1ii.> -:nc-j fy,- ir.x'.'.Vif r.-iy cousin uien tien- ,.-kr.*.x. V.ss lvi-n having - a torn rf>s;.-.A, ^^t--.i i SA\V a letterfrom Tii* .<.-..<:s-r. lo.lA Swinney of Yu- .u;.\x. OA'U.. 1 asked the person ; MX* fA'Ai:\g v.ith over phone to >; v.-t- tiki- tir.ie to read it. TliirA jL-.\v:r.fss it contained good ;ifv.< ;•;•.* t -yf is healing nicely >.n,-; .-!.• sr,;rcr.') will be necessary. * * < O.;r '.\vUcs .ire so complicated, xn:; "uTt" .ire so many ailments .-.; opp.-.s-.tt- r.ah;re i it we could ,-;.i :.if -~c rt.ur. compositions, we'd i" 1 :" ^. K. i k;io''V two friends vX- r,Avf A '..U--K of calcium which •.v.xk-fj ::-:f lvc.es easily broken. 1:. ".-• ;:*s-c, '. have too much and .; ;-.;,s oo:'.fc:« l^tween some of .-. .,....• ^ . .. j ,%, c /; -I f hpm N*HH' .: v-f .-;>..!.': rr,;x the two condit- tempsre<5 in spite ;t it. Yesterday Ji-"e SrutX K.X., gave » - ay to her ser.se o.: hur." and had 'white r-eces ri pi?ir with swirls cf irJ; rerress^u.-;c the dust aad a little sir-fir. "Tit- ten therecc aad these '•"^dces" vere pinned on the ••.•orr.er. »t: etc. All of us hid a c.xx liucr. aiii th-e ciejuers ver.". ~.erruy it r-;es ari-r.?: r:..- rid:; ti r.^;.^^•'. , t^/fj M.d Lr;.:.^d ever ir arj;e or. tr. •-•as ^r:»- and ^.er. th Cr we r.-.ight do as Mrs. Inge- l\-rf Anderson, S3, Story City, does. Get us a three-wheel bicycle. Hers had a basket on the back to carry parcels and she goes .ill over town as she pleases. She has been on her feet so many years in her nursing career it has affected her legs, hence the three-wheeler. A woman in Norway has one lixe it and she is a young woman - 51. * * * cross word p" ~ "i^ vas simple trus week anc. Xirr-' Hdilips and I compared notes. Each of us went through it like a treezs. Sometimes they are stinkers and a bit far out in our judgment, but between us we conquer them. What a vo- cabularv we should havel Marie Lampright is home from a wonderful vacation near Washington, D. C. with her son Bob and family. She saw all the high- wires, i expected to have a r.ro- ken shade, ixit it --as not even dented, the lich: buit was intact and the cords, which showed, were pushed back in their re- ceptical, ana since Helen had taken the precaution to disconnect the lamp cord from the base board, when she plugged it back in all was O.K. It was as though nothing had happened. I was grateful too that the lamp hadn't hit my walnut arm chair. Henceforth, Til watch the crutches better. * * * I have been concerned about an Remember, the three-wheel tricycles girls used to have back in my girlhood? Two large wheels at the sides, a seat between, a small front wheel we steered with a rod-like arrangement. Florence Patterson, Ruth Walston and I used to go many blocks with them. There were pedals of course to propel it, was large enough to seat two easily, and sure was fun to manipulate. Oh I do hope we keep trains! I guest Pullmans are no longer A savings account... ' The installment plan that pays...YOU! CARRYING CHARGES, the postage, the cost of the checks you write. Add it all up, and buying on time sometimes hardly seems worth.it. The one installment plan that is worth it... that gives you more than you put in, is your savings account here. You save ever.' payday. As you save, your money grows earning at our substantial rate of return. You er-.d up v/ith more money to do more things ... buy more things with cash! Start now. on the installment plan that really makes sense . . . the kind of plan you can spend! Start saving today! OUR OFFICE IS AS CLOSE AS YOUR RED, WHITE AND BLUE MAIL BOX—SAVE BY MAIL AT HOME FEDERAL. in existence. One has to have a roomette or drawing-room. But how cozy it was to have the bed made up of one's seat - two sets of curtains drawn, and there we we re-in our own private bed, lights to read if one wished, and a hammock to tuck garments in and out of the way. * * * It seems Cupid's arrows fall on the young and old, the noted and the humble, but this one beats anything I've ever read. We thought it remarkable that Col. R. H. Spencer became father of twins at 75, and another pair a year or two later. But he was a mere lad compared with Sylvester Magee of Hattiesburg, Miss., who at 125 years of age is divorcing his 66 year old wife. A daughter was born to the couple when he was 109. She lives with her mother in Poughkeepsie. N. Y. The man should be put in a glass cage and exhibited as a freak or as a man who has observed all the health rulesl Never smoke, drank strong liquor, ran around with ladies of shady repute - which adds up to a story I read, a little quip which said, "Man, you haven't lived. You've merely existed." A letter from my cousin Julia Cady of Mason City gave a glowing report on her recent vacation and she was so happy to be able to spend a few days with both sons and families, Pat in San Francisco and Dr. Jerry at San Diego. 2 KINDS OF SAVINGS PUNS ()S NEW 6 MONTH HA VI.SGH CERTIFICATES These certificates trt itutj ',*.. *~',.nt; of $1,000 or multipWs of 11,000. Th«y tr* perfect for the investor «i»h Itr^tr sums of money who wants t* Mfn a hlejh r»- turn with maximum safety. Thty tarn from the day you invest. larninft *r* paid each six months from date of issue. ON CONVENIENT PASSBOOK SAVINGS This is the best all-around savings plan (or everybody — the imt way ft Mv« money available when you need it ... the best way to build small twtni int» Urf«, Dividends are paid twice a year. Put any amount into your acceunt . . . any tlnw. Save by the 15th of any month . . . earn from the 1st! Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. AH Amunli Fully Iraurwl te 111,000 ferine*-fen From TU» l»th-RunFromTb» lit •urlnp C«rUflo»t»a-Iini from Tb* Dty You Icv««t SINCI 1»i7 - AL.OONA, IOWA Savincs Accounts insured up to §15,000 by F ederal .Savings and lx>an Insurance Corporationj Uncle Sam is a fussy old man, but we love him neverthless. Years ago I knew a young man who tried to get in the navy but was refused because he was too thin. Now I know a girl who applied for training in medical and social welfare work, but was not accepted because she was too heavy. However, she is being given a chance to reduce and apply again in a few months. And diets-some can't have sugar, some can't have salt and it has recently been discovered that cranberry juice works wonders in kidney ailments. The odd thing is that in a family, each member eating the same foods, one will develop one condition, one another. Seems odd our bodies do not take care of the chemicals. When I read Ethel Gardner's ad for her farm sale and household goods, I almost didn't read the small print which we are warned about. She stated in a candid manner that she Is going to live in a rest home. I couldn't get her by phone but a relative confirmed it. I have known Ethel many years but haven't seen her in quite a while. I am sure she will enjoy the home, the freedom from planning meals and that everlasting job of dishwashing I I had a recent letter fromMyrta West. Her husband was the late Miss Bierstedt Of Lone Rock Is Engaged MARGRET BIERSTEDT Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Lone Rock, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margret Elaine, to Richard Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert, Algona. The wedding will be held July 22 at St. Cecelia's church, Algona. Robert West, son of a Bancroft doctor. The young couple lived in Algona many years, went to California when we did, then came back and she has been making her home in Perry for quite a while. There was a daughter Virginia who married and had a son, Steve. When Myrta mentioned he was a junior in high school it makes me realize more and more that we are growing upl She had major surgery some time ago but has made good recovery. She goes! to Rochester at intervals for a check-up. These are no longer frequent and she hopes to get to Algona this summer to visit friends. Mrs. West Sr. and my aunt Eva Cady Goddard of Bancroft were very close friends. * * * Diane Jensen, an aide here has lived In Arizona and when she saw my April issue of Arizona Highways, she looked at it and showed me a place where she had picnicked many times. She said there are such beautiful places and she loved the desert when the cacti were In bloom. She agrees with me that castus candy leaves much to be desired. * * * Goodyl Another program canceled - "Gilllgan's Island". I wish they'd have Bing Crosby in "Little Boy Lost" and Audrey Hepburn In "Love in the Afternoon." I'd stay up till midnight to see them. For which, praise the Lord: "There's one advantage to the music the younger generation goes for today - nobody can whistle it." Miss Haupert, Burt, Plans June Wedding PATRICIA HAUPERT Mr. and Mrs. John L. Haupart of Burt announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Gerald B. McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McGuire of Bancroft. A June 10 wedding Is planned. (Glenn studio) MODERN RUSTLERS DENVER, Colo.—Horse stealing has changed a bit from frontier days. Thieves stole a one-ton pickup truck and four- horse trailer from Miss Jean McHarg's home, then drove to her ranch and stole four of her prize horses. Miss McHarg valued the horses at $25,000 and the truck and trailer at $8,000. REE gasoline offer during May! » ll give you our best deal on 4 Atlas Plyeron tires A **•§ ^ff /, _r _r V And ("TheRoundTire") -A- -^•-.•k ••- UK IM Standard will give you 30 free gallons of gasoline (Our famous Super Premium Gasoline) All that gasoline just for equipping your car with four long-lasting Atlas Plyeron Round Tires—the ones that roll up to 3000 miles farther than most new cars tires. (Or you get 50 gallons of Super Premium Gasoline when you buy four Amoco' 120 Super Tires- torture-tested at 120 mph to give you greater safety wherever you drive.) Either way, you get a king-size trade-in allowance on your old tires. And you don't even need cash. No money down, up to a year to pay with your Standard Oil Credit Card. Or ask for Instant Credit. So why wait? Don't. Especially since this unique offer ends May 31. It proves once again-'Tou expect more from Standard and you get it!"* IT. e Am,.,,con O.I Corrj,an 1967 • WOlld't l«fg«»t distributor Of Atl«I tll«S Trademarks "Allas"-"Plycron '-Rc«. U. S. Pal. Oil,. Alias Supply Co. ' "Trademark Buy 4 Amoco 120 SuperTires and get 50 free gallons of gasoline! AVAILABLE AT THESE PARTICIPATING STANDARD OIL DEALERS STANDARD OIL llfiB IK KiUOfl * NOfvilifi 528 311 253 b -ox JOHN K GROSSPIETSCH 01 I Wtttt* ** *WMM t * • t»w*tHt.fc«**U» M WV M MMW MM f 0 Use your credit card or ask about Instant Credit. Chuck Behr's Standard Service State i Jones St. Phone 295-3372 ALGONA, IOWA

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