The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 28
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UflWj* Mirtijfr Thufiday, Dumber- 14, 1»Af ! had aii InlMesHng falk wit Mfs. 'HaiVey ftcid Monday abou California, the subject bein bfouiht Up ,by -'the mentioh o her, bfotheMn'-lAw 'and sister ; Mr.* and, Mrs, Fred Sohroeder, La kota f having -left to-stay unti May 1 at Chula-Vista. Mrs. Reit. told me how much she Wouiu have liked being in Calijtorhia' to .have heard her son^Allenj.' • tenor, sing his solo in the "Mes siah" presented in th£ Wort • Hollywood Methodist' church ' Sunday evening, Dec. \3. > Allen has a bachelor apartment, in Olendale, 1 works for his , cousir , Roger Sorensen in Burbank and sing$ in Hollywood! Hoto's that for commuting? Roger, has a Chevrolet agency and .Allen is head of the department, that checks the new cars and OKs them for. delivery. Alleft had much of his vocal training under t)ale Carver, music teacher here a few years ago and noW living at Westminster, Calif. Allen him quite frequently. - Another son who is even ther from home is Jerry Reilly; , son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reilly who is in the 'service and •located at Suerigirola, Spain. He has been to Gibraltar, says the 'climate is warm and delightful • and when t asked Mrs. Reilly , about the beautiful senorttas, She , said Jerry had mentioned he wad meeting many nice people. « * * More news about California. ,My late cousin Gerald Cady's ' wife Julia of Mason City is going to Des Moines Dec. 21 and will be taken by her sori Pat' io Perry where she will entrain for Oakland to visit . three weeks with her's&n Dr.*- Jerry'Cady ; and family. Wash ,1 coifld shed , arthritis a few weeks and'go with her to visit 'there and at Upland and Mehtone. * * '<*,'* , l » . ' , The picnic benches and tables .in the back yard "o"f thV Harvey 1 ' Rath place look .forlorn and ne-., glected. I haVe* a v.good? y|ev\f |ofj thorn from my north window Ah, Sprlngf Come quickly. I think summer resorts always look the same way. Boarded up Houses sleeping till early next summer, * * * Hesldertfs in the Good itan Home vicinity may have been astounded to see an elderly woman going 1 down-the-firs es-> cape the' other day. Mb, she Wasn't doing < stunts—she -' tiad gone out on the attached, pofth to put out bird food, the /wind caught the door and closed it be' hind her and she was unable to open it from the outside. 1 She is quite an agile lady, and ca'me in laughing Over her predicament, No, she won't repeat the ! performance. She will have that door under control henceforth. * , * . . * Anolher nickname t shoulc lave had first on my list—Do Smith for Lucille—Dot is so nuch her name, it never,seems t is a nickname. A gremlin,miist lave hdUnted the' type setter ast week for ,HOHN turned out lohn and Mountain 'honrfe' 'had Rome. Oh, these pesky gremlins! the birthdays of Casper Thil es and Eva Erpelding have been )bserved|here at Good\ Samiari- ah v Casper's was Nov. 30 and Wss Erpelding's a few days" prior. ' * * » ! M». Cora, ,Martm has' thade visits to two i former Algonans, Mary Fraser at the Bethany Nurshfg Home at Clear Lake ahd Alice, Anderson at Helen Johri- son's in Burl. Both ? sent greetings 1 to their Algona friends.' * * * Some 'times ih'e stork is' a nice, cooperative bird. In two, recent •instances < he delivered jwh'atf. was .Wanted—a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsd&i'f at.Wellman/Mary Ann^J-to jdini brothers Mike artd Tony, The mama is the former Dorothy Hagg and 'grandpa and grandma Ed and Velma left Sunday to bejwftfuthe'faiiiilyjas'lorig .,", ",.'.* -* .* . The B«ini8 Orion's li«l«, <B .. was bortt the same day as the Tolsdorfs"— Saturday, Det. 2/The OMon daughter was bbm at st Ahn hospital and hadn't beet named When grandma Myfna talked with me. The names Denise and Angela were under consideration. The .little miss also Joins two brothers, Paul and Manuel, and an older sister, Eiaifie. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mosher will have an added interest in California "for their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jdrgenson recently moved to Shula, vista, near San Diego". They had been living at St, James, Minn., where Mr. J was operating a filling station. He is a>mechanlc and will probably get work in that lihe. His \vife » the former Donna' MosheV, ..... *.,» * There are different kinds of quealing over Frank Sinatra, one by teenagers and one by the much older, the latter being myself. The teenagers noise was ex- huberance and delight over the "I can't see it" wonderful Sin- a'tra. Mine is from distaste. This column would be a delight to the California Chamber of Commerce—so many mentions of the Golden State. To add to the rest, Mr.- and Mrs. W. W. Ire- Ian' plan io again spend several Weeks at' 1 -Riverside with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middleton and Cidney French plan to leave in time to spend Christmas with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 'Stewart Barnes and family. She will be accompanied her, brother and sister-in-law, r .and Mrs. Wendell French, Who will,';visit, their son and daughterTin-law.JMrJ and Mrs. Don'French. The-four are making the trip;via-plane.. Don ana his family* live ^ torrance. ''••'• :-' ; *•' '*'•• •'••.-' v. Oh Men, oh women. Most men lope their lean,years.are behind :hem; 'women : hope theirs are ahead. .'• •" ».•••*'. . We all wonder—'One clergyman to another. "Oh, I know what the 'world , is coming to ,NOW t AT BEECHER LANE APP'L. DURING DAYS! eventually. 1 Just, it's doming to Ih'tiL * * > MM, tn« WoltommmsmM weekend at FairMI; ^FMr and Mrs. L. D. Prewi«d Saturday attended ,ah ftllida^.'-don- ference of Afriesh StudSfttS'. who are attending Ibwa colleges fthd Universities. 'There 1 Wel6 three representatives' frdrh the, African embassy in Washington, »,Cf. A panel discussion was held on religion, education, economics, and Pan*Africanism.'froni the African viewpoint. A dinner-was held Saturday evening at Which many of the foreign students appeared in native costumes. This is-the first conference H#ftfe1|kirfel 'field ahd Was, spdffst>i^a'$by T c'fvic groups' in Fairfie'ld. The cofifer- mce was especially fruitful* All ipoke excellent Oxford English ?? d . som ?- Brfe Corking t -6n\tW Masters' degree.,In aftswehtoYthe question of what they p'lanrted o do they replied, "Go back to help our qWh.'c'btuitryrrtefli'fJt is well to remember thdiel >fMjld prefer to.be called black*men ather than Negroes or'Africans. • • ' •'.» » s 4 ' * I am sorry Mrs. Prank ^iaioftey 1 did not haVe time to call jdh"lrie when she and her husbattd w"ere here briefly one day -lasUwiek. She will be better remembered as Mrs. T. ;Y. Williams and iei maiden name ,was Myrtle Pelley- mounter. She is-a sister of Mrs Dora Johnson, R.N. at St.' (Ann Years ago she was an Englisn teacher on the faculty at'Cornell college. Mount Vernon. It wus here she met Mr. Williamst a post-graduate who was ' also clergyman at Norway, 1 at ''srft&h town near Mount Vernon. They Were married .ai Mount Vernon and'went east \ where they attended .;college,'-'.he at' Yale|#fid she talcing, some; special wortc. 1 For a time they - lived in' Chicago, then located at New" York'City. Mr. Williams died quite a Dumber of years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Maloney make their home in a hotel in Chicago—the Plaza'—but spend .the wfflfeifs; In flo'rfda .Whfefe they have flaw gottfc Maloitwis «f slstfflrv ,ef r .Mrs. .'fi'i'fllfk fle-nderltoif; • i by marriage, I have eaien Belgian hare eral times in California, and hero at Zdda firuhson's wher they were being raised 'and s&Id by Warren Baldwin, It -is considered. quite a treat, similar to our use of - chicken, but one doesn't see mUch df them here I was surprised when Amy Johnson told of having a couple of them Sunday when her son and daughter-in-law Mr. arfd Mrs. Kenneth Wagner. Burt, spent thVday wtthiHer. The medt had been giverf th^ni 1 - by a neigh* bor — animals dressed itmd /all ready for the pan or oven. Well, they are delicious, and Amy agreed they are "very g66d & ' • t It doesn't seem possible thai Emily Ott is eight years old, but she is and her birthday was Celebrated Dec. 3. Guests were* , her grandmother, ,*'Mi»s, ^filla , Oft, Hartley, ati'd •gt'eat juWste and auHt, Mr, and Mrs, -Jpnn $chthidt and Mrs. EniiT Scharmberg, » erly. Notice .Effective January •!, 19^2, the subscription rates for the Algoha newspapers will be as follows: 1 paper, per year — S4. ' 2 papers, per year — $6. Elsewhere 'in 1 the U. S. or abroad, the rates will b6 as follows: , 1 paper, per year — $5. 2 papers, per year — $7. « These rates apply for both the Algona Upper Des Moines and the Kossuth County Advance. The combination rate at a reduced total remains in effect as before. This is the only subscribtiori rate increase made in the cost of the .county, ( seat newspapers in the past. 20 years. '. i; ' * \ M M t '? 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