The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1962
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March 6, 1962 March 6, 1962 Many Bancroft Persons Are Hospitalized u~'i'"Z'" l Z ~~ VJte °' won is a pa* tieiit at Holy Family hospital, He has been suffering, from the flu. Marvin tiangstead and Glenn McCliesh are confined to their homes with flu and pneumonia. 'St Ldwrence Lapps, entered Mary's , htepitfil, '.Rochester. Kenneth Mulligan is a patient'of a Rochester, hospital. ', i •. Alfred Metikte is still a patient, of 'St. Mary's hospital, Rochester"; sltf< j^^-a^... .....A.. ^...^.~~.., _-._ ..-v, ....-J£f3.......»,... fering from a back injury. Walter' Ditsworth is a medical patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, fid.Johnson visited with his brother Emer at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, last week. Emer underwent surgery there Monday. Many Movers . Movers in this vacinity are the Jule (Jinks, Algona, to Uie Heldorfer farm where Leo Nurres lived. the Nurres to the farm where the Stevens family lived. " . The Stein family, Clare; moved to the farm where the Jones family lived; Mr arid Mrs Ubbe Harms, who have been employed at Welp's Hatchery, moved to Charles City. Mr and Mrs Larsen have purchased . the Gordon Delperdang. home. ,They formerly lived in the Eva Wilhelmi residence. Mr and Mrs Tony Schneider, Sr., who have been in Holy Family hospital for several months returned to their home Thursday. . The children and other relatives surprised Mr and Mrs Al Lensing on their 35th wedding anniversary at their Home Sunday evening. The children here were Dick, Cedar ?alls, Dr. and Mrs Tom Lensing, Vhittemore, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Frideres and Mr and Mrs Jerry 4-H CLUB PROJECTS COMPLETED Pttpartd fcy tkt National 4-H Servlct CommlHtt ... lighten your Spring house-cleaning load with time and labor-saving aids. You'll find them in our BARGAIN BASEMENT. LAUNDRY "DUFFLE-BAG" , Heavy duty cotton drill with heavy braided cord drawstring for. easy access. Can be Used for laundry, beach clothes, sporting goods, picnic supplies, camping gear, toys/ etc.-Long wearing,' e~asy to use. mi W Experts Back Versatile Youths • ' " -r When 400,000 men and woinen volunteer their time and know- how to help 2.3 million 4-H Club members "learn, live and serve," the results are no less than spectacular. ' i For instance, the Head, Heart, Hands and Health youths), finished nearly 4 million projects in more than 40 different categories just this past year. In almost every instance, the completed project benefited the entire family and in many'caseSj the community as well. The information comes from the Cooperative Extension Service which directs 4-H Club work. Further, proof of the far- reaching effect of 4-H was found In 1,900 record books maintained by state award-winning club members. The records were jre- viewed in the headquarters: of the National 4-H Service Committee last November, said N,or- man C. Mindrum, director, for the 'purpose of selecting boys and girls for scholar ships.-and trip awards to the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago! Miss Sheila Nixon; '-A* of Clothespin Bag 100% cotton heavy duty drill with rust resistant steel frame and hanger. Holds over 150 clothes pins. Long lasting. Dampener Bag Also clear polyethylene dampener bag (not pictured), with heavy guage binding for extra strength. 18" zipper for easy access. 33 "Thrifty" Ironing board and pad sei cover Pad made of new needle punch cotton, with new process for softness, yet firmness. Cover of cotton with aluminum silicone coating and rubber binding. Scotch plaid | all-purpose bag | Attractive and practical for :,'; use in car or closet, Scotch 11 plaid embossed vinyl plas- •'• tic with quilted top. 42" zip- |||| per. Also (not pictured), •Jumbo" garment bag to hold 18 garments, Of clear plastic with 29" zipper. Clear Translucent Blanket Bag Perfect low-cost storage bag for blankets, Entire bag made of taffeta embossed cfear translucent vinyl. Full 26" zipper. Holds three blankets. WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE EXHIBIT OF THE ^K^BUP^P^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^W ^^W^^W ^^^ff ^^W^^^ ^^^^f m£ Iff BWp8"BPr IN OUR STORE, SATURDAY 4-H DAY, MARCH 10 § '"' leader - Mrs. fiheT Chamberlain; President, lucUle Qade; Vice President, Virginia Gisch II my, ==i ;•: :•;==:•; is ;•; :•; g=i :•; ==;-; ;.;.=p;.; == $ $400 Ford''sch'dlarshTpP'e'onf merited: "The awards we win in 4-H work aren't totally ours Many people have helped us win them." Another national champion, who won a Sears-Roebuck Foun dation scholarship for leadership, is 20-year-old Hoosier 'armer Wayne Buck. He has a 4-H record so long "it would fill book." Now a student at urdue University, Buck credits 4-H training with teaching him how to accept responsibility, and to better understand the world and the people in it. President Kennedy expressed similar feeling when he said n a recent message to 4-H members: "I would commend you especially for your constructive nd worthwhile efforts in learn- ng to live and work cooperatively with others." In the beginning, 4-H Clubs were intended for farm youngsters, and offered only projects n crops, livestock, home canning and cooking. The present program embraces a wide range of agricultural, home economics and scientific programs. With :he exception of a few such as ivestock, tractor and field crops, ;he projects can be carried on in town as well as on the farm 4-H Moves to Town Today, membership in 4-E Clubs is about equally divided between farm and non-farm boy and girls; The main reason fo this shift is the disappearanc of the .small farm from th American' ^agricultural scene. ^""Meanwhile, more and mor business people are particlpa ing in 4-H as it moves int suburban and urban areas, Min drum points out. National 4-1 Club Week, National 4-H Clu" Congress, Farm-City Week achievement days, county am tate fairs, Farm-Safety Week nd the like are but a few xamples, he said. Director Mindrum, who is a ormer 4-H member and state xtension official, has this to ay: "To sum up 4-H achievement one; should call special ttention to the concurrent ef- orts of many which, over the ears, have made the 'learn by oing' program the success it is, Business Gives Cash Besides the paid and volun- eer workers who carry out the eaching-training aspect, there re business people who con- ribute know-how and money," e added. Approximately 60 different usiness concerns provide fund! or 4-H through the National •H Service Committee, he said. Donors of awards for the last 5 years or more include: Inter- lational Harvester, Montgomery Ward, Westinghouse Educa- ional Foundation, Kerr Gla'si Mfg. Corp., Cudahy Packing Co., Armour and Co., Livestock Conservation, Inc., Wilson & Co., Mrs. Charles R. Walgreen. Also, Santa Fe, Chicago and North Western, Illinois Central and Burlington railways. ' \ ': Newer 4-H backers are the Sperry' : and Hutchlhson. Co.; Ralston Purina, Moorman Mfg. Co., General Foods, E. I. du Pont de 'Nemours and John Deere. Also, Pyrofax Gas and International Minerals & Chemical corporations. These firms have supported the program for five years or less, according to the 4-H Service Committee. Haas, Algona. Mr and Mrs Vernon Lensing, Kalamazoo, Mich., were be here. Mr and Mrs Andrew Dietering are visiting their son Bill and family in Chicago. Larry Eckhart and Phil Nurre, Chicago, spent several days at the Leo Nurre and Clyde Eckhart homes. VIOLETS Mrs. Jane Johnson of Hopkinton recently displayed her prize African violets. Mrs. Johnson has 85 violets with 50 in bloom at one time. BEST OF ALL Burt Group Have Rally Day Burt — St. John's Ladies Aid met Thursday. Pastor Vehling presented, devotions. Mrs. R. Willrctt presented the topic. Plans were formulated for the L.W.M.L. Rally to be held at the local church in May. The group also voted to paint the church basement. The president, Eunice Meyer, arged all members to attend World Day of Prayer Services at the Trinity Lutheran church, Friday afternoon, March 9. Ernest Lavrenz showed slides of the Rose Bowl Parade. Pillsbury's Flour 25 Ib. bog $1.98 State Brand Butter 2 Ib. roll $1.33 Brer Rabbit Molasses 12 oz. hot. 27c Red Star Yeast 3 for 17c NESTLE'S Semi-Sweet Chocolate Ig. pkg. 39c Butterscotch Morsels 6 oz. pkg. 2Sc HOOD'S SUPER VAIU ALGONA M.Y.F. Elects Members of the M.Y.F. met at ;he church Wednesday night. Of- 'icers were elected for the new church year. Elected were Pat Schwietert, ^resident, Susan Lovsted, vice ^resident, Judy Mitchell, secre- ;ary, and Roseanne Wiener, treasurer. Judy Mitchell was also elected sub-district representative. The group will attend the annual Sub-District Youth Rally and Banquet at the Algona Methodist church Sunday, March 11. See College Game Ron Charlson, David Brown and Keith Mitchell drove cars taking members of the boys basketball team to Sioux Falls Thursday afternoon where they attended the basketball game between Augus- tana College and .South Dakota State Thursday evening. They returned to Burt Friday. Going besides the three drivers were Gerald Hilton, Dennis and Eugene Meister, Duane Willrett, August Sankey, Larry Westling, Terry Joe Cook, Jerry Kissner, Jerry G if ford, David Kohlhaas and Brian Zwiefel. The shower planned in honor of Marilyn Hinckley Feb. 18 and postponed because of the snow storm, will be held at the Burt Methodist church at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Susan, small daughter of the George Beckers, underwent a tonsilectomy at St. Ann Thursday. She returned home Friday. NOW THAT JOHN GLENN HAS so vividly demonstrated that it is possible to orbit the earth, it may not be too long before inter-planetary travel is here. Soon there will be a rocket for every pocket and there'll be guided tours of the universe with selected stops at Venus, Jupiter and Mars. For newlyweds the word "honeymoon" will be taken literally for they'll be able to-go to the moon for their wedding trip. Couples from other planets may come here on their honeyearth ! * * * GEORGE AND MABEL ASTRONOID of Saturn would land their rocket! on the space strip at the Algona airport. They've just been married and they are shooting their entire savings of 200 zulairians (about $3,142) on an out-of-that-Saturn trip for their honeyearth. George gets cut of the spaceship and wipes the "Watch Saturn Grow" signs from the trunk. His prankster friends put them there after the wedding and this is the first chance George has to clean them off. *. * * "GEE, GEORGE". MABEL whipers as he carries her over the threshold to their room at the rocotel, "Do you love me as much as you did the day we found out the notches in our IBM cands matched ?" George and Mabel belong to the upper -Alpha class on Saturn, and thus are among the few selected by the Master Machine to marry and rear children. The Xi and Zeta classes, who do all the work there, hatch iut their offspring only by test tube. * * * "WOW !", EXCLAIMS GEORGE, "just being alone with you makes me feel so way-out I don't even think I'll take my stepped-up ration of Soma !" Soma is the Saturn vitamin that keeps the Alpha or intel- ectual class from feeling any pain or sadness. It also makes them more amenable to the plans of the Master Machine. "Well", replies .label, "I must say I think you over did the Soma a little at the wedding •eception, but if you are going to cut your ration so am I." * * * A SHORT TIME LATER, GEORGE AND Mabel take the blastoff • attachments off their rocket and put on the wheels so they can drive around Earth a little to absorb some local color and observe the natives. 'It doesn't look nearly so romantic as it does back home", says Mabel. 'Not a bit like the time we watched Earth rise over Antenaeball Stadium or like in the songs, "Earth Over Biami" or "Earthlight and Roses." * * * GEORGE IS NOT ACCUSTOMED TO STEERING HIS rocket. At home on Saturn all vehicles are controlled by Central Radar and you merely sit in them and ride. He gets so interested in looking at a native — a young, blonde female — that he nearly crashes into a lamp post. Mabel has little trouble reverting to a back-seat driver. "George!" she screams, "Be careful! Do you want to be arrested for driving while failing to be under the influence of Soma ?" »,.*'*' ,"I CAN DRIVE JUST AS, GOOD sober as I can after I've had a few", insists George. "Besides, these natives are blamed interesting. They are in a natural state, like the people on Saturn were befbre the Master Machine decided to replace some of their more non-functional parts with plastic ones." Mabel; whose tonsils,'appendix and mammary glands have long-since been replaced by tubes, takes.this remark from, her bridegroom as a-personalinsult. "Well I", she says huffily, "if you are going to be profane and criticize'the'works'of the Master Machine, I'll hop the next rocket out of here and go home to Mother !" , • * * * "MOTHER !, MOTHER .', MOTHER !", George sneers. "Doesn't she realize she is an anachronism ? Doesn't she know she is one of the few women on Saturn allowed to keep her maternal instincts after her child-bearing years are over ? The Master Machine decreed it thus so that there would be somebody to pay tribute to on Mother's Day and so that Saturn politicians would have somebody to owe all that they are :o their Angel Mothers ! Next thing you know she'll be advocating old- ashioned home-cooking instead of decent, self-respecting meals in a pill !" * * * "I'M SORRY, GEORGE", apologizes Mabel, "I guess the fact that 'm finally Mrs. George Astronoid is so new to me, and this funny, quaint Earth is so strange that I'm getting a little unbalanced. Any- vay, I'm beginning to think honeyearths are a little ove'rated. To really ippreciate them, people should go on them after they've been married en years. Right now, I can hardly wait to get home and hang the cur- ains and see how those darling lamps the girls at the office gave me ook in our living room." * * * AT THIS POINT, GEORGE GIVES out with a gigantic sneeze. "Oh, Darling !" Mabel says tenderly. "You are coming down with a cold ! jet's get you back to the rocetel immediately and I'll fix you a nice ot bath and a drink of Soma. I don't want to seem sacreligious about he Great Master Machine, but I do wish that since he has done so nuch to entirely eliminate polio, cancer, tuberculosis and heart disease, e could finally do something about getting rid of the only illness we ave left — the common cold !" * « * THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS FOR three bean salad, contributed to the 'resbyterian cookbook by Mrs. Henry Lund. 1 can green beans, drained 1 can yellow wax beans, drained 1 can red kidney beans, drained and rinsed in cold water 1 cup cut-up celery 1 medium onion, chopped fine 1 green pepper, chopped fine Dressing % cup vinegar ] /2 cup sugar ¥2 cup salad oil Mix dressing well and pour over vegetables. May be used at once but is better if it stands overnight. If not used as soon as made but kept overnight, drain off the dressing before serving. — GRACE. A FAREWELL NOTE Editor Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa Dear Editor; On February 23 we supplied your local correspondent with a news release regarding my transfer and promotion. I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for the excellent publicity that you have given Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge during my five years' assignment here. I think Union Slough is a fascinating community of marsh wildlife and plants. About 6,000 visitor days registered there each year Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper indicate that I share this belief with many others. I hope that you will give my successor the same type of excellent cooperation that you have given me. Should you be in the vicinity of Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge, Mound City, Missouri, please do not fail to look us up. Sincerely yours, Harold H. Burgess, Refuge Manager » • » LIKES NEW WRAPPER Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa Please send us the Upper Dea Moines for another year. We certainly appreciate the new paper bag cover, and enjoy the paper as ever. Dutch Swanson 320 No. Jefferson Ave. Fullerton, Calif. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchise* dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co* Algona.

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