The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1961 · Page 14
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County Meeting Women's Clubs : The Korputh CoUhly Fed,er4- tjon of Women's Clubs held their t ririg convention, Mai-., 9 in me )od Hope Lutheran church it tonka. , The ;Titonka Women^s Glub/Doari wornen, Ci'esrbp anJcT Union Mother "and Daughter clubs Were hosts for the evbnt. " Talent feonj each club participated' in a program with the tfieme "Apply Your Talents And Keep, A, Hong In Your Heart'," Ivlrs Clarence Brandt, county chairman, was in charge, Mrs C. B. Innis, Ogden, sixth district, di'rector, gave a talk, group 'singing was led by Mrs Glen Graham, accompanied by Mrs W. H. Kitzinger, a tribute lib c|ub women of the year was given by Mrs, Max Go.ldman, ho- ripring Margaret Durant of Algona. Awards received by the Algona club included "Fine Arts For Life Saved" and to Mrs Elizabeth Schenck for reading and rooort"i<> on 25 books. A silver coffee followed. , • -. i Attending from the Algona club were Mrs L. J. Malufcg, .Mrs Milton Norton^ Mrs Glen Gra- 1 harrij Mrs J. B. Asa and Margaret Durant. ' , • • ; The Al(?ona , club will meet Monday evening, M,ar. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Farm Bureau build-' ing. The theme "Light Through Learning" v/ill be highlighted with a talk by Bora Pervahe, exchange student from Turkey. Special music will be presented by the Algona high school Sym- phonettos. under the direction of Snustad. \ . • . , ' Reserve Honored ST. JOE NEWS Jo Ann Bormann will be ho-. nored at a. prc-rtuptial< shower Sunday, Mar. 19 in St. Joseph's hall with relatives and friends invited. Miss Bormann, daughter Of Mr and Mrs Ernest Bormann, will be the bride of Edmund A. Bcrtc. son of Mr • and Mrs. Nick Berte, all f rom TSt." Joe, April 6. \ Mrs. Tom McKeown and infant daughter, Kelley Jo, came home ! Wednesday from St. Ann h6spi- j tal where; the baby was born Mar. 3. . . Rev. Peter B. Murphy of Sioux City is in charge of St. Joseph's Parish while Rev Leo C. Schumacher is convalescing. Mr and Air! 3 R" u n."t 'R'n-tf nr e parents of a daughter, born Mar. JO in- St. joijt-pu'd inoi'cy uo^pitai, Fort DodRe. ' Senior Citizens Inquire Now! Age 60 to Age 100 Send nie information with out obligation about your' new hospital and surgica' plan, guaranteed renewable for life, for men and women 60 years and over.. " Name Address _z_ Town A. J. "Amie" Ricklefs Ins. Agency Representing WOODMAN ACCIDENT & LIFE CO. 2 East State St. Algona- CY 4-4529 MARCH MUNCHER Long live pur sudden dood of lunchbox ideas! Mrs. Eugene Karbo of Minneapolis, Minn., sends this one: Frosted loaf-cake can ride to school or work without a smidgeon of stuck-up sweet stuff. Split it first; sandwicji the frosted top in the center. NEIGHBORHOOD HOP Our block planned a bunny- hop last year. We're still smiling about it! One father found his old violin, and practiced fiddling. Easter afternoon, he pulled a "Pied Piper." At a musical signal, we sent kiddies out to follow him, fiddling down the block. 'Round he went, with his growing string of kiddies — then back to our house, for assembly-line cookies and milk in paper cups. Gave grown-ups a welcome hour of relaxation, tool MOTHER-SAVER Mama next door, dashing for her two*year-old, muses "What would I do without my gas clothes dryer!" Remember when mothers had to hang clothes in the basement, hoping kiddies were safe upstairs? Now long minutes of hanging have changed to short moments. Simply pop togs into the dryer. You're iree for child- watching! Modern gas dryers fit beautifully in kitchen, utility room or bath, as well as basement; ask for ideas at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. SLICK CHICKS Hayrd,-.g.QQK an. egg for .each party-guest; let eggs cool / and dry. Gut fluffy pink dimestore powder-puffs in half. Glue one half high, mid-way on the side of each egg. Cut a 1%-inch diamond of yellow construction paper, fold it in the middle horizontally. Glue it to the egg's round endl With food coloring, paint lashqd eyes on each side of this "beak." Bend a pipe-cleaner to a curve in the center; tape center to under side of the egg. Fold out inch-long ••'"feet." Meet "Slick Chick," star of the Easter set! EASTER BREAKFAST LOAF Gift a neighbor on Easter Sunday! Make this Jiffy Raisin Loaf, courtesy of Mrs. Wayne Lindholm, Lincoln, Nebr. Rinse % cup raisins in hot "water. Drain. Combine 2 cups prepared biscuit mix, % cup sugar, 1 beaten egg and % cup milk. Fold in raisins with % cup chopped nuts. Pour into greased &% x 4 l /z x 2^-inch loaf pan. Bake 50 to 69 minutes (till it tests done) in a 350-degree gas oven. Pop it, still-hot, into a double-folded foil; send it next door. LESS A.M. MAYHEM Any typical morning, count the blessings of natural gas! Wake to a warm gas-heated house. Cook breakfast on your gas range, while Pop shaves — with gas-heated water. Take milk from your gas refrigerator; toss the cereal-box into your gas incinerator. Isn't modern living great? Raise a coffee cup to your local gas com~ pany, who sends natural gas to you... and Northern Natural Gas Company who pipes it to them! © Northern Natural Oai Company, Omaha, Nebraska School Board At Swea City Hires Teachers Swea Ciiy — The Swea City Community school board voted Monday night to offer contracts to all members of the faculty. Raises were given to all teachers, depending on their experience, educational preparation 'and duties. Supt. Ed Stewart announced that although there have been no resignations, several are expected in the elementary grades. There will be one .grade (teacher required next year to bring the faculty to 26 members. Attend Meeting Superintendents Ed Stewart, Swea City; Beryl Martin, Lu- Verne; and Harold Martin, Burt attended the National Association of School Administrators,' St. Louis,'-Mb:; March'10 to'.}4.;./;; To Tout Plant The tour-of the Felco plant, at Fort Dodge planned by the Farmers Elevator of Swea City was postponed Monday because of the snow. The. tour has been reset for March 17. Men of the community will be given an opportunity to make the same four - March 22, with buses leaving at 8 a.m. Boiler Trouble Students of the Swea City school were given two days of vacation, this week. The first Monday morning when a fan on the boiler, in the new part of the building broke. On Wednesday, school was cancelled because of Oie snow conditions. Buses ran about 2 hours late on Thursday because of bad' roads. Receiving congratulations, from Capt. Clark Scott, assistant professor of Air Science at 'the State University of Iowa, for. recent promotions in the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps are Harold M. Amfahr, Algona,: ><• Daryl L. Peiterson, Ringsted, , and Robert C. Hentges, formerly of Algona'. All are seniors in the ROTC program. Cadet Lieutenant Amfahr is cammander of the Billy Mitchell Drill Team. Cadet Capt. Peiterson is a Squadron Commander, and Cadet Major Hentges is the Wing Material Officer. Upon completion of the ROTC program, and graduation from SUI, the cadets will be eligible for commissions as Second Lieutenants in the United States Air Force. • » * * Peiterson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Peiterson of Ringsted; Amfahr is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr 1 of Algona; and Hentges is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Alex Burghart, Plainville, Kansas, and lormerly of Algona. . Thursday, March 16, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—5 John's high school. His parents are with him at Rochester. •Mr and Mrs Frank Eich, Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs- John Kretslow of Lakota spent bun- day at tilt; Art Long nome. Mrt. Long hasn't Deen feeling well lor several wc ; eks. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and daughters Mrs Tom Lensing, Whittemo-ve, Janice and Kay, accompanied by Mrs Ota jUuading lett i'nday for a visit witb Alicu Menke, Uonna Bergman, and lAiane McCieish, , employed ih cJiijicago, and wiih Mrs Lofetiu Shnwyn, sister ol Mrs Dudding, at Kewance, all., Joyce, Lori ana Steven Lensing, Wnittemo ru, spent tne weeK. end with then grandparents, the Al Lensing.s, Cletus DOITS and Lawrence Bergmans while theit mocher was in Chicago. Mrs Norman Boever entertained a group of ladies at a coi'leo party Thursday evening at hei home. Al Lensing became seriously ill Thursday night. At this tune hu is some bettor. Dr. Tom Lensing of Whittu.i.iorc, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents. Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mr and Mrs Charles Engels are parents of a son born Mar. 3 at St. Ann hospital Algona. Jackie Lynch, Mankato, spent the week end with friends here and at Leclyard and was a dinner guest of Meredith Bergman Monday. Roger, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Uutehinson, -underwent major surijery at Rochester Monday. Roger is a' freshman at St. Plan 'Bread Bake' The Kossuth County girls' 4-II loaders will mocit March,'20 and 21st for a bread baking workshop,' conducted by Avis Loltow, county extension home economist. The south end of the county will meet at the- Methodist Church in Algona on the 2Uth and the, north ond at the Im- manucl Lutheran Church in Swoa City on the 21st. Both meetings wil bo held from 10:00 until 3:00, and will include a potluck dinner. Avoid colds by keeping clean and keeping up your resistance will) good fgod habits, adequate rest, and sensible clothing in bad weather. New Car-Truck Sales Hit 38 Past Two Weeks New car and truck sales in Kossuth county zipped upward during the past two weeks, with a total of 38 new vehicles registered in that period at the county treasurer's office. Here are the owners of new vehicles: ,, ;,.,.-. s , Chevrolot — J. W. Kain, 'Algona; Laura Kleinpeter, Wesley; Robert Chdslensen, Algona; J. B. Gilbertson, Lcdyard; E. F. Bruns, Titonka; Kathleen Farrcll, Whittemore; Dale Blair, Swea City; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona; Leonard McCuire, Bode; and J. F. Forbes, Alfona. Ford — Harry Thilges, Irvington; J. A. Pannkuk, R. A. Larson, Armstrong; Victor Neuroth, Algona; Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft; Ervin Klatt, Fenton; Andrew Risius, Buffalo Center; R. D. Palmer, Algona; F. J, Hauptly, Wesley; K liner Junkermcier, pickup, Lakola; Peter Bcschr Corwith; August Klinksiek, Lakota; E. R. Ogrcn, Lakota; A. C. Schisscl, Lakota; Bernard Looft, Swca Ciiy; Cecil and Edith Black, Swea City; Wayne Bartelt, Titonka; and Soren Peder- scn, Ledyord. International — Koss. Co. Imp. Co, Lone Rock: . Dodge — Furm Sewick, truck, Algona. Mercury — Caroline and Edmund Caposius, Whittemore. Rambler —• Ross Carlton and LaGretta Lyons, Elmorc; and Minnie Hines, Alisona. Buick -- Charles McVay, Algona; E. F. Larson, Burl; and Mary H. Krieps, Wesley. Chrysler — Albin Berkness, Armstrong; and Raymond, Lioyd and Bernicu. Alderson, Algona. . WANT AV>S BRING RESULTS • B BBBIBBBBBBKBBBKBBBg ATTENTION all "Little Miss' and (6-12 yr.) p ret ty's" TEENAGERS! Join Our "TOT-TO-TEEN" Spring Perm Parade for the pretty young miss from SIX to SIXTEEN From now 'till May first, all "Little Miss Pretty's" age six to twelve, can WIN a beautiful "Little Miss Pretty" 30-inch doll . . , and all yog teenagers can Win a lovely strap'watch with 6 interchangeable matching straps and covers. CONTEST RULES... 1. Have a Little Miss Pretty wave by Realistic . . , your hair will have the appearance of naturally curly hair! 2. Put your name jjnd address on the Little Miss'Pretty box top and deposit in the contest box. 3. You will be notified if you are the lucky winner. STATE BEAUTY SALON S June Simpson, owner H Algona, la. Now...step up to BTUCK and cut ;down your gas bills Think ofit! A BUICK wagon priced lower thanf faw-price-fiefd wagons...with gas savings that challenge the compacts 1 Why hitch yourself to a wagon with a low Buick, with the live-action "git" you expect price name when you can have Buick com- from, a Buick! Drive the Special and learn fort, ride, go and pride - and save while why in a March Popular Mechanics survey doing itl This sizzler saves on gas, tires, "No other American car has received an upkeep like the smaller cars, yet it's all 'excellent' rating this high in recent years." 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