The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1962 · Page 12
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;^4|iv|8^, ^-.": >'-..-. ' •, f i ?• I" I £ , Names Oficers - r ' below 7i7 • AND GRAVER, I AM going to tell my grand- of 1962. "They don't have winters like that one day ih January the. high ,was 11 below mh.your solar.heated underwear and your in the old days?" '" sch001 doft>t realize how tough the, winters were *.' * * ' ' '-•••••-• ••,•••• the SS In 'f L I'o« 0 T BACK ^' WHAT is even ancient history to-me - tne winter of 1836, I was working at the Algona Upper Des Moines in s, IU tell them, and one morning after I had stayed all night , « ?£ V 1 " 6 an u r w * re Walkin 8 tp work. For the first time i month it was above zero and it .seemed to us. like a heat wave! t i \ V # ^ # ] rm SJ?» < M» T ? IB i? ?jA ? IE FOR the'.cold wave this winter I am putting S^k^tf «T d( T? at the p ? sbvteria n church. He told ml R;l££rti? f the winter was going to be a tough one because S,"Sft?- were , aUa certain color. Darn him. He was certainly .right. And that goes for his blamed old caterpillars, also I , / „• *** •-. ONQFEtLOW.IN HIS poem, "Snowbound" immor- _. being confined by Old Man Winter can have its iii« 1 u».wen as its inconveniences. And, on thinking back. I agree i Mr, Longfellow, ,fpr I too have had lots of fun being snowbound. * . •+ T ^ ^ . # . ONCE WHEN MARION AND EVERETT REKERS were newlyweds •i«f«S /? .?"'' IF ty friend (who turned out to be my husband later) and I and another local/couple (editor's memo - WHO ?) went to visit them on a Saturday night. Because, of the blizzard we didn't get home until Sunday evening. It was,not an entirely unexpected dent for we gals took along our pajamas, just in case and we had e, half of the group kept us awake .ho would get the lumpy one-third ! newlyweds ourselves, " — • • H,,m T SJ HER / - VAS THE HOLIDA Y Party that Harry Hull, Jr. of Humboldt gave during a snowstorm. Five or six Algona couples wS surely remember Jha,t one because we were »"" —"' '- ° »- • • Tofe.of delicip^food, ample entertainment, go ItOSDltalitV. hllf Htm't-n tho o,Vo n t »u« __-!,_ an to ' all caught in it. We.had good companions and superb S °° n and we had *e master , •.:,••,. . - * - 1 * . , BEING SNOWBOUND CAN BE ^ FUN if you can manaee to » OCtosen — The yearly business meeting of .the Trinity Lutheran 1 church was held Thursday evening" .-•• Rev. Harold Mountain gave | scriptures and prayer. Two hymns j were sung, Lofen Daniel read the secretary's report and Richard Kinseth the 'treasurer's report. Rev. Mountain gave a church report and also the Sunday school report, Mrs. Mountain gave the report on the American Lutheran] church women, as compiled by Mrs. Melvin Ellingson. She also I gave Susan Lane's report on the Luther -League.' Percy Watnem was elected to a three year term as deacon and | Carroll Olson to a three year term as trustee. Richard Kinseth was te-elected treasurer and Mrs. Ivan Evenson was re-elected financial secretary. Louis Jacobson is the new secretary. Mrs. Harold Mountain was re-elected Sunday School superintendent, and Mrs. P.-rtha I Jacobson was elected Sunday school assistant superintendent. ; Mrs, Merle Holt is organist and i Mrs. Richard Kinseth and Ruth Usher are assistants. Mrs. Kinseth is also the choir director The ushers will be the men of the church. Percy Watnem is delegate to the 1 district convention at Wartburg college, Waverly, June 25-28 Merle Holt is alternate. , Mrs. Mountain will be in charge of the vacation Bible school. Merle Holt gave a report on Bible camps. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Koehl of j Hancock, Minn, were Jan. 2 guests at the, James Banwarts. They were enroute home .from a trip to Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart and daughters were Tuesday evening supper guests at ' James Banwarts. nn *^ J Pe you never could stand in the first place ' ' " P ^ g > Pe ° Ple Wlt?1 Whp . m to be snowbound is sort of toe . ,. . T> ^^i W 9 ULD LIKE TO BE SNOWBOUND WITH President Tnhn v 1 '•-•»•> i-i '','... •.','-. •••:.,• :. ..»- u-™ f?^ ^ E T ° B , E SN OWBOUND WITH Betty Crocker because she lyn l ROOSECELT interview Marl- IAKOTA NEWS . Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis took their son, Richard, to Minneapolis Tuesday where he caught a plane to return to Pease Air Force Base, New Hampshire. r _ Sunday visitors at the George Bauman home were Mr. and Mrs" Ernest Bauman and family of Hanlontown. August Bauman, who spent some .time with the Ernest Baumans, returned to his home here. The Kenneth Baumans were also visitors. An afternoon and supper guest was Lee Gerdes of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ubben and family were Friday evening vis- Jtors at the John V. Dorenb'ush lome. The new UPW board women and fey women of the. organizations of the Presbyterian church met f ° r a Planning session and coffee at the W. D. Ley home Monday Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner Mrs Henry Steenhard, Mrs. Charles Hertzke and Mrs. Ervin Swartz attended a Kossuth County Women's Farm Bureau meeting at Algona Monday afternoon. Mrs. Hoeppner was installed as the vice president of Kossuth County Farm Bureau Women. The Lakota Blue Jay Jr. Garden Club met Jan. 6 at the city hall with Barbara Kollasch hostess. Seven members present. Sunday guests at the John Griese home were Mr. and Mrs Tommy Thompson. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Huffman of Titonka were Thursday evenine visitors at the George Bauman home. as were THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS FOR potato pancakes 1 cup mashed potatoes yan<-<»Ke!,. 2 egg yolks I cup milk 1 cup sifted flour 2 tsp. baking powder tt tsp. salt 2 egg whites Add egg yolks to mashed potatoes in a mixing hn«/i smooth. Add milk, sift dry ingredients to|e£er a 8n d stb f'ln Beat vvhi es until stiff and fold in carefully to make a thick batter' Fry gn ° r aVy fryi " g Pan ' Makes 12 Ssized pan__ _ - GRACE. The Lakota fire department was called to the Robert Steele fawn Friday at 5:45 p.m. The chimney was afire, but it was confined to the inside of the chimney, with only slight smoke damage. Weekend guests at the Henry darkens were her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs, John Gilligan of Sioux City. Woodrow Ellsworth was 4 tiWSty evenin * dinner ?w<«rt at W9 F- C. Geilenfeldt home. Satur- 4w evening dinner guests were Ciirroid and Clare Barrett. ASK US ABOUT FARM BUREAU NIW Low Rates ON THE B ANN 63 AUTO FOLItY DON STARK 2)8 S. Moore Algona, Iowa CY 4-3351 HIM tQUAD IVIlftlHS PRICES SLASHED UP TO COME ONE, • '/A i 'v COME ALL— ", * COME RUNNING,' TERRIFIC BARGAINS! FANTASTIC SAVINGS ! AT HUGE SAVlKlGS '• - ; BUY YOUR WINTER COA^Nb-^Ji tremendous savings m our big January sale ! Every important style — finest fabrics including Forstmann, Stroock and imported woolens '— dressy coats, casual coats, leathers; twefds'v and c&shmeres. COATS (Value to|39;95) $25 COATS (Value to $49.95) $33 COATS (Value to $59.95} $39 COATS (Value to $69.95) $45 **^ LUXURIOUS FUR-TRIMMED COATS Enjoy the fashion elegance of, a fine fur-trimmed coat at January savings — Minlc, Beaver and Squirrel on coats o^ smooth or textured woolens — all from'our fine makers. Junior, Misses and Petite .•'sizeg % , Beautiful Winter colors. GOATS (Value to $55.00) $41 COATS (Value to $79.75) $58 COATS (Value to $95.00) $71 COATS (Value to $110.00) $82 COATS (Value to $135.00) $99 COATS Suedes — | Corduroy and zSblon WARM* WINTER ^TYLK ' CLEARANCE :s n. SAVE NOW ON LEATHER COATS SUITS ENTIRE STOCK OF, FAMOUS MAKES "PETTI" — "BOBBIE BROOKS'! SIZES 9 TO 15 r- 12 TO 20 CLEARANCE Our Famous Brands — SoM ;i and Plaids — Sizes 10 to 18 CLEARANCE DRESSES SklRTS SIZES - 9 to 15 - ]0 tp 20 12'/a fo 22'/ 2 OVER 150 TO SELECT FROM VALUES TO $29.95 ONLY Over 150 to select from 100% Wools ONLY i/ 2 p r j ce PURSES Our Regular $3.50 Values CLEARANCE $2.49 Quilted ROBES ALL SIZES AND COLORS SAVE 20% •••••••HMHMH "CHATHAM" BLANKETS 72" x 90?' OUR REGULAR $10.98 VALUES CLEARANCE $7.49 BRASSIERES ALL SIZES Regular fl.98 Values f y CLEARANCE $1.29 SPECIAL SALE "HANES" SEAMLESS HOSIERY Regular $1,50 —— $1.25 - 3 Pair $3.60 Regular $1.65 „_„ $1.35 _ 3 Pf ,| r $ 3i9 Q Regular $1,95 „ ,—J $1,65 -, 3 Pair $4.80 SAVE UP TO $1.05 ON EVERY BOX THRU JANUARY 20th Mid-season dresses reduced for quick clearance — wools, jerseys, , ,crepes, knits, acetates,- glitter fabrics. Mtyei.JunloriAalf sizes. .. 9 ' t 9l?r'10,to; : 8o'-S18% to 26V4 SWEATEES . ( ( SEE THIS SPEClAjL : - f. • _ . - ^j"' fllltlfcjr • JAilllljJ — Cashmeres. > t ' '*^, ( . .... ..CLEARANGE'ij WOOL SLACKS BOBBIE BROOKS AND SAVE GLOVES ANP MITTEN5 EXTRA SPECIAL ON OUR

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