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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Nov. 19, 1964 1 DON'T BELIEVE THERE is much truth In the theory that advertising is a hidden persuader. At least, the television-type hasn't influenced me mucli. I watch it just like anybody else - fix myself a lunch, read the newspaper or wash the dishes during the programs so that I can get back in front of the set to watch the best part of the show - those fascinating commercials. - o - MY DAYS ARE QUITE ORDINARY. I get up ready to go because last night I saw to it that I'd safe, gentle relief in the morning. Then I put on the coffee. I'm using the mountain-grown kind now and my husband no longer gives the excuse for not having a second cup that he has to rush to work. In fact, he lingers so long over his cereal that gives him 65% of his daily vitamin needs that-he hardly has time to use the blades that give him 30% more shaves than the beep-beep kind. - o - .' MEANWHILE, I'M FIXING his salami-on-rye for his lunctv At noon he tells the other guys working on that scaffolding-at. the'side of the building about how I bag the sandwiches right so they stay fresh. He hardly gets any lunch because he gives the other guys bites to prove it. The kids get out the door fast when the school bus honks, and right afterward a voice comes out of nowhere reminding me that they didn't brush their teeth. They can't always brush after every meal but they do brush often and with the right toothpaste, so I don't worry much excepting about one of the twins who in the three-year toothpaste test was in the group that wasn't lucky enough to get the product so she has 30% more cavities. - o - NEXT I TAKE A SHOWER AND for the first time in my life, feel really clean. We're a one-deodorant family now that we've discovered the kind we used to think was only for men, but when I have to serve all those cookies at the Girl Scout meeting I'sneak back to the secret kind because it makes me feel more than half- safe. Then I have to hurt the feelings'of my cleaning woman who used to work for my mother but who persists in using the powdered cleaner which is all right for quick mop-ups. I take a knife and show her how much ground-in dirt and wax her cleaner leaves and she immediately switches to the liquid kind. . • cause I didn't feed her kid the carrots packed by the company who have babies as their only business. - o - •••'•'•. I WHIP UP A CAKE WITH a mix that Is twice as moist as the homa-made kind and all I have to add Is love. The girls arrive for a committee meeting and they approve of the good, hot soup for lunch, but they say although I'm really one of their best Workers my coffee is terrible. Hurriedly, I use the product that takes those rancid odors out of the pot and brew up a batch of Instant that tastes as good as fresh packed, only some like it better. They can f t cc&i- plain about my bathroom bowl for I use the product that merely bubbles It clean. I also use the kind of cleansing tissues that don't break when Harry James blows his trumpet through them. -?'.< . . | FATHER ARRIVES HOME In record time because he has a tiger in his tank - or maybe Its a glass of the brew that made Milwaukee famous. He has a black eye because he'd rather fight than switch but he got all the grease marks off his hands by using Lav£ ; I . have to chase him around the house a couple times because slftce he's been using two drops of dressing on his hair he Is absolutely irresistible. I don't worry about the fresh-frozen minute steaks burning while I'm doing this because I've been frying thorn in a teflon-coated fry pan using poly-unsaturated shortening. , £. JOSEPHINE, THE LADY PLUMBER arrives and fixes my sink. I had thought I'd have to buy a new sink because of the stains and pot-marks on it but she shows me her cleaner that takes all the stains and pot-marks off it. Then I put on my one rubber glove which is so supple I can pick up a dime wearing It, to wash the dishes with the detergent so lotion soft, I can't tell which hand was protected by the rubber glove. Next my sister-in-law brings her baby for me to keep while she's In the hospital. The clothes in the suitcase are gray, so naturally I can't have them around MY house, so I dump them into the washer with the turbo-flow action using a soap that really gets them white without bleaching My sister-in-law asks what I did to get her baby clothes so clean and says she can always tell when I'm ironing because the clothes smell so fresh. But she never speaks to me again I Must be be- NEED HELP? • . . fn selecting form ensures you maximum cost? Let us show you tha "Country Squire". 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I explain to Father that we were In the same clais in school and he says, "Oh, you look older", because I don't use the right kind of face soap. I clobber him with the handbag I got for sending in the soap coupons and $1.65 in check or money order and he gets a king-sized headache. He takes a pill that is 30% more effective than aspirin along with upsetting his stomach. : ;& - o - ' ff >**A AND SO TO BED on our mattress that gives us the rest of our lives covered by the electric blanket with dual controls. I'take\ pill that allows me safe and gentle sleep, sleep, sleep, during which I dream I am walking in the Taj Mahal gardens clad in my br£l Maybe I have been watching too much television. ''.'• <\{ -o- .. :..: . : ;•". :| THAT HIGH SCHOOL REUNION at Titonka I read about in'the UDM will have at least one person attending from Sarasota. Stan Kaegle of the class of '24 tells me he has sent In his reservation and IS looking forward to being there. ;•, cookie called Apricot Jewels." DURING THE WEEK OF Nov. 15 through 21 birthdays include Helen Ferris, Mary Lou Ruhnke, John Schutter, Jr., Doris Potter Cynthia Jo Wellendorf, William T. Hayes, Him Miller, Kris Meyer' Rexann Voyles, Art Ashton, Mike Moulton, Richard Diamond, He'ni- rletta Boekelman, Marjorle Plckford, Richard Deal, Marion Ferris •William Mark Bourne, Shari Sheakley, Lorain Smith, Bobby Baluff Lewis Ferguson, Sherrl Gllmore, Chuck Schafer, DlrJt SchafeV Marie Lampright and Jack Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. David Merryman have a wedding anniversary. - • -v . v _ - o - THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS FOR 1 pkg. (3oz.) cream cheese 1/2 cup butter 1 1/4 cups sifted flour 1/4 cup sugar 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1/2 cup flaked coconut 1/2 cup apricot preserves /. . 1 Cream cheese and butter^ until fluffy, add sifted dry ingredients V mix thoroughly. Blend In coconut and preserves. Drop by tea-$ spoonfuls on buttered cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for about! 15 minutes. Cool. Frost with icing made of 1 cup confectioner's! sugar, 1 tbsp. butter and 1/4 cup apricot preserves. Makes abouS 5 doz. E GRACE Farm Friends Help Two Men At Whitfemore WHTTTEMORE - Due to being hospitalized for an emergency operation at Mercy hospital, Fort podge, a week ago a number of relatives and neighbors gathered at the John (Jack) Kollasch farm Thursday and Friday and picked his corn. Those who helped were Leo Kollasch, Duwayne Germann, Marlon and John Hyink, Charles Schultz, Charles Capesius, Gotlleb Loebach and John Welland. Raymond Kollasch, who recently returned home from Veterans hospital, Des Moines, was very grateful when his neighbors came to his farm last Thursday and picked all his corn. Those who worked were Elliot Waldschmldt, VlncentSalz, Clarence Elbert, James Dahlhauser, Francis Fandel, Frank Elsele, Gerald Elbert, Herman Kollasch, Pete Baumann, Frank Kollasch, Francis Kollasch, MaurlceFlck- bohm, Earl Steler, Louis Kollasch and Melvln Henry. Dinner was brought by Mrs. Earl Steler, Mrs. Francis Fandel, Mrs. James Dahlhauser and Mrs. Gerald Elbert. -o- HOSPITAL REPORT Mrs. George Besch and daughter, Carol, went to Iowa City hospital, Monday, for a checkup. Mrs. Edward Farrell underwent surgery Monday at the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Thomas Dunphy underwent surgery at St. Ann hospital In Algona, Monday. Theresa Fuoss is a tonsllect- omy patient at St. Ann hospital. William Gade entered St. Ann hospital Tuesday night as a medical patient. Mrs. Bernard Bell, who fell at her home six weeks ago and broke her leg and hip, was transferred Wednesday from Palo Alto Memorial hospital to Iowa City, where she underwent surgery Friday. -o- H iVE ANNIVERSARY It was estimated that more than 40 couples were present at the 25th anniversary of the Lutheran Layman League, Tuesday evening In the church parlors. Twenty-five years ago, St. Paul's Lutheran Layman's League began as a men's club. Rev. Walter H. Discher, former pastor at St. Paul's and now pastor at Esthervllle, spoke on the history of the club, which had 30 members and at present has over 60. COLLEGE HONOR Eileen O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien, was recently honored by being chosen for Who's Who among American College students. She was one of three students from the College of St. Mary's, Omaha, Nebr., chosen by the faculty at the annual Honors Award Convocation. She was also named to membership In Alpha Gamma Omega and was awarded scholastic honors for maintaining a 2.36 average out of a possible 3.00. She was also given an O'Keefe scholarship of $235. She Is a Junior majoring in speech and drama. There Must Be An EASIER WAY There is! But don't wait until you need snowshoea to do the job. Fix yourself some low-cost storm windows NOW! Pick un a few W-rp'. EASY-ON Storm Window Kits and tack 'em up whale the tacking'g still easy Each EASY-ON Kit. contains clear plastic, molding & nails Everything for a complete storm window. Best of all only 39* at your local dealer. ELECT OFFICERS The members of St. Paul's Lutheran Ladles Aid Society held a meeting Thursday In the church parlors. Election of officers for 1965 was held: president, Mrs. William Lauck; vice president, Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald; 'secretary, Mrs. George Maahs; and treasurer, Mrs. Herbert Zumach. -q- St. Michael's Rosary Society met In St. Michael's Hall. Dinner was served by Circle 7, Mrs. Arthur Elbert won high In 500 and Mrs. Frank Kollasch second high, and Joan Muel* ler won at Crazy 8. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom celebrated their wedding anniversary Monday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. OrvllleHold- ren, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broesder, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Broesder, Mr. and Mrs. James Volgt and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bjustrom and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Ostwald and sons onVhittemore. Clara Vaudt of Esthervllle, Edward Butler of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert, Mrs. Clara Vaudt and Mrs. AnnaBehn- ke went to Van Meter last Sunday to attend the wake of their cousins, John and Paul Armstrong, who were killed one mile west of Emmetsburg, while en route to Whittemore to hunt pheasants. A number of relatives and friends gathered at the Marcus Zumach home to help Mr. Zumach celebrate his birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baxter, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Schultz and Mrs. Molly Zumach of here. Mr. and Mrs. James Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wlchtendahl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Roeber and David were at the Charles Schultz home to celebrate the birthday of Sheila Schultz. Mrs. Ralph Gengler received word that her father, Joe Kennedy, 71, died at Rochester during surgery. Funeral services for Mr. Kennedy were held Friday at Fairmont. Mrs. Joe Keene was released from St. Ann hospital, Algona, Tuesday, to recuperate from a recent accident. Mrs. Keene sustained a badly fractured right shoulder, two broken ribs and numerous bruises. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- wlth entertained Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Slems and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade at pinochle, Wednesday. Lester Schumacher of Joliet, 111., is visiting here with his mother, Mrs. Rosa Schumacher, and relatives here and InAlgona. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Besch and family and Mrs. Lucy Besch attended a family gathering at the Joe Montag home In West Bend, Sunday, In honor of Mr. Montag's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Engelen and family of Cedar Rapids, were weekend guests at the maternal home of Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stoecker and family of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Loebach and Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loebach and family also helped Mrs, Engelen celebrate her birthday at her mother's home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leu and daughters of Sioux City spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Leu's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Jane Allg were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner and family of Goldrum, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graham of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Don Conrad and family of Lake City, Leland Allg and Mike and John of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. George Besch and family. Mrs. Turner Is the former Shirleen Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Butler and family of St. Paul, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Qulnan of Chicago, spent last weekend at the paternal home of Mr. and Mrs, James Butler and took in several days pheasant hunting. Herman Schumacher of Madison, So. Daki, was an overnight guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher last week. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET PAST RESULTS There's the phone again. SHORTENING OR LENGTHENING Coati - Shirts - Dreuei MODERN Dry Cleaners-Tailors Z1S-S277 Aloona STRONG CHURCHES... make it. Make Strong ommunities As I live, scad the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, And every tongue shall confess to God. —Isaiah 45 : 23 These Special Weekly you by the following HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. O. B. Harmes . "Super Speed" Tools FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Peer* Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 There was a time when confessing belief in God was a very dangerous thing; it meant a persecution, sometimes death. Times have changed. Americans, for example, are today a nation of church-goers. We should perhaps remember, however, that a Sunday-morning spent in church isn't very much to offer God, if we have nothing more to give. To adequately profess our belief in God, we must make God a part of everyday living. We must be Christians, not only on Sunday morning, but every waking moment of our lives. It goes without saying that we shall be judged for more than how we spent Sunday morning when we stand before "the judgement seat of Christ." Read your BIBLE dally and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Church Messages brought to PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - Massey-Ferguson GMC Trucks - Firestone, Tires - Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY ll's lor you, Judy 1 Sounds like Bob We've p,ot to (pdfl) Ret a'np4her,{ituHi£l F " dl - CW « Buy Egg, and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 B *NNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 | OW a VAN'S CAFE Junction IB & 169 UNIVERSAL MANUFACTURING CO. Authorized Ford Reconditioners ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa What a world of difference one more phone can make! Tear out this reminder now! 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