The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 22
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ft? Secretary Benson has set the 1958 wheat support price a' $1.78 a bushel. That ts 22 cents & bushe under the present $2 support This will mean a loss of more than $200 million to U.S wheat producers and their rural communities next year But each of you wheat farmers could lose at least 75 cents a bushel more. In the Wheat Referendum June 20 you have a voting choice between: t. YES—for wheat sup* , ported at $1.78. ' 2. NO—which will bring wheat down to around $1 in the market place. Dollar wheat would mean ruinous corn and livestock prices. Figure your 1958 income either way. You will find you have no choice but to vote YES. Anyone who owns or tenants or has a joint share in ownership or tenancy of a farm growing 15 or more acres of wheat can vote. Your ASC office will give you the voting )lace and hours. A two thirds YES vote is leeded to protect your income. So—be sure to vote YES on 7 UNE 20. VOTE WHEAT REFEREDUM Inserted in the public interest by: IOWA FARMERS UNION Father's Day is coming up ntxt Sunday. We are supposed to be nice to Daddy—cook him a decent meal, let up on the nagging and allow him to do practically anything he wants to. This may put quite a strain upon the rest of the family, but it probably can be managed so long as it's for just one dav. * * • Father has always received the short end of the sheet when it comes to celebrating his day. Nobody even bothered to dream one up for him until we'd been having Mother's Day for years and years. Then somebody had a twinge of conscience and decided that after we get through heaping praises upon Mom on her day there might be a few kind words left over for the Old Man. So we have Father's Day. * * * Mother's Day is operated on the theory that if a woman has given birth to offspring she has her chances for a harp and a halo all madp. There are no reservations in the build-up she gets on her day. Not so with Father. Even the directives the National Father's Day Association puts out are not ideas of ways to show appreciation to Dad, but a list reminding him of the responsibilities and the ways of improving his role of paternity! * , • • Lots of the fathers I know would be genuinely embarrased if we made as much fuss over them on their day as we mothers get on ours. But they might get so they would like decent treatment if enough of us decided to give it to them. No refortri comes easily but if we work at it, there may come a Father's Day when Pop gets, as they put it in political campaigns, equal time with Mother's Day. * • • Having expounded in this column on this theory both last year and this, I can do no less than FRL. JUNE 4th ANDY DOLL And The Ridge Riders SAT., JUNE 15th KEITH KILLINGER - Orch. Booths available for 'July 3rd to llth to be paid for on or before 6-29th. TUES.. JUNE 18th Teenage Dance DON HOY Dick CoEtte to Spin Top 10 THURS.. JUNE 20th The World Famous GLENN MILLER ORCH. with RAY McKINLEY MONDAY, JUNE 24ih Appreciation Dance "On The House Party" MALEKS US Dude Ranchers Pop - Ice - Hot Dogs - Free Popcorn any Checking Penny Beer All Evening STOP RAT DAMAGE! with d-CON d-CON Mou«»-Pruf» D«arh I GUARANTEE d-CON it gvQronteed to destroy r«tl and mie» on your property or your money back. NO suiswum. d-CON Concentrate Atatfl « Ml Ifel. «| boll As Advertised In Farm & Home Section KOHLHAAS HARDWARE AUTO Si U H A W C E My company offer* a// 31 H you b*ve * fiwuSy, QWB « bow*, or drive • car ... you want the tan* protection moony will buy. You DM «Jw»y* wly o» State Farm insurance for «u thre* . . . »t reatonapje rate*. Before you invest in further protactioo for your family, your oonje or your car . . . jet m» teU you about State Farn'i HAROLD C. SUNDET practice what I preach. And because my Mother's Day column consisted of the different ways Mom appears to thr members of her own family I moan to do the same thing for Father. There follows a list of the wny the people at our house look on Daddy: * • * To Bill, age 13, Father is a person who: Finds time to take mo fishimT. Always listens when I have a problem. Tells me walking is good for me when I want him to drive me somewhere. Has to dig up the money to pay the bills. Expects me to put on the screens when he's supposed to. Really is the best friend I have. * « * To Mary Ann, age 10, Father is a person who: Fixes my bike, my roller skates and trims my bangs. Acts proud when I do well in a program but is awful hard to get there in the first place. Tells me to ask Mother before saying yes. Hates to scold us but means business when he does. Expects me to hang up my clothes; leaves his own jacket ir. a chair. Really is the kind of man I mean to find when I get married. * * * To Jean, age 8, Father is a person who: Falls asleep when he's supposed to be baby-sitting. Answers my questions and I sure have a lot of them. Teases me by whiskering me when he needs a shave. Hands me a nickel sometimes when I've spent my allowance. Expects me to act like a lady; encourages me to be a tomboy. Really is easy ot get around when I flirt with him. * * * I am Mother, and to me the Father at our house is a person who: Fixes faucets, sharpens knives, listens to my gripes and rubs my aching shoulders. Acts gruff when his emotions are touched. Tells me he's already heard it down town when I tell him a joke. Has to be reminded to take a bath. Expects me to be smarter than I am. Really is nicer to live with than any man I know. * * « Although I know they are completely out of context in a column dedicated to Father, I have heard a couple of dog stories lately. The first one was told to me by E. L. Garbett. A family was dining in a restaurant and the steaks were mighty good but there simply was too much of it. The father called the waitress and asked if he might take the leftovers home. "They'll be real nice for the dog", he said. Whereupon the five year old son in the family piped up, "Oh, goody, Daddy! Are we going to get a dog?" * • • Then there was a little boy who lived next door to a dog he was fond of, named Lady. He called upon her every day but one morning, Lady wasn't there. He was told that the animal was at the veterinarians and the boy went home to report to his parents, "Lady is in the dog hospital. They are having her shovelled!" * • * A great many local women are doing their washing, ironing and other housework in the afternoons these days. Daily Vacation Bible Schools are in session and these gals should really get a salute for giving up so much of their time to teach. It's not easy to do and still keep up with their other duties. * * * Our girls attend Bible School every morning down at the Presbyterian Church. Jeanie came home one day last week with the message that her teacher, Mrs Colwell, had told her they should repeat their Bible verses for the day to their parents. According to Jean, this particular day's verse was, "Go into all the world and spread the gossip to all the people." If you are looking lor a worthwhile summer project for yoiSr youngster (and who isn't) you might call his attention to the Baseball Reading contest currently in session at the library. Each three books read counts as a run and there are prizes at the end of the session. Eligible are children who will enter the fourth grade this fall through the kids who will enter seventh. The contest began May 27 and JR. LEGION BENEFIT DANCE AND CARNIVAL BANCROFT FRIDAY, JUNE 14th Frank Jonas FRI, and SAT. JUNE 14th and 15th Brothers SHOWS & CARNIVAL 10? rides for children under 12 yr$. on Saturday afternoon from 1;W te 5=30 p.m. 6-Algeria (la.) Upper Oes Moiftti Thursday, June 13, 1957 THESE WOMEN! "Oops—excuse ME 1" ends July 27. Of course, other youngsters outside of the contest age group are .invited to take out as many books as they can read and they really have some fascinating ones down at the library. * * • * 1 had coffee with Elvira Haase the other afternoon and she served a most unusual cookie. It is especially good if you don't particularly like sweets as is the case with me. They are called Pecan Cookies arid they are this week's recipe: 2 cups flour ¥2 teasp. salt 3 /i cup butter 1 teasp. vanilla 1 tablsp. water J /i teasp. baking soda 1 cup chopped pecans V 4 cup sugar 1 teasp. vinegar powdered sugar. Sift together the flour, soda, salt, sugar. Blend in butter, vinegar and water. The dough will be very dry. Roll out dough into 3/16 of an inch thickness and cut in rounds. Sprinkle with powdered sugar and bake in a moderate oven. —GRACE. Bancroft News Mr and Mrs Tony Schneider are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The little girl has two sisters and two brothers. Mr and Mrs Richard Budding are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday at Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. The little girl has three sisters -and one brother. Mr and Mrs Maynard Long and Lois Lampe of Cedar Rapido spent the weekend here with their parents, Mr and Mrs H. K. Lampe. SWEA CITY Honored At I.S.C. Ruth Ann Pchrson, freshman at Inwa Stale College, received the bronze instrumental award at the Music Honors banquet last week at. Memorial Union. She has participated in four music groups the past year. She sings in the college choir and the Iowa State Singers, and plays the tympani in the concert band and symphony orchestra. Ruth Ann is majoring in home economics education. As a prerequisite for her degree, she will be employed this summer as food counselor at Camp O-than-agon at Three Lakes, Wis. She is affiliated with Sigma Kappa, social sorority at the college. With Mrs Wallace Johnson as manager, the VFW drive - in opened Saturday for the season at the VFW hall on Highway 9 at the east edge of town. Hours of service are from 5 p.m. weekdays throughout the evening, and from 3 p.m. on Sundays. Mr and Mrs Clifford Anderson announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn of Portland, Ore., to Al Miles of Salem, Oregon. Miss Anderson graduated in 1952 from the Swea City high school and has been employed as receptionist in a doctor's office in Portland. Her fiance is a teacher and coach. An August wedding is planned. Vacation Bible school began Monday at 9 a.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church for chidren who have finished kindergarten, through Confirmation age. -A special program will be given by the pupils at services Sunday evening, June 9, at 7:30. Teachers are Mesdames Monford Peterson, Morris Johnson, John Nyman, Albert Swanson, Roy Valvick, June Ewing, Ed Peterson .Cecil Thoreson, Miss Shirley Stenzel, Miss Reta Walker, and Pastor Leroy Pillman. At morning worship Sunday the Rev. S. H. Hammer of First Methodist Church conducted an examination of three boys and three girls who had completed the course of religious instructions, meeting each week throughout the school year with their pastor as instructor. The young people receiving diplomas were Michael Stewart, Allen Mather, John Boland, Judy Pulver, Judy Hurlburt and Sandra Ellefson. At the Grant church at the ten o'clock service, four, girls received their diplomas: Wallie Kay Reynolds, Mary Ethel Gibson, Janet Richardson, and Nancy Patterson. Howard Roalson and Tom Sanftnor left Sunday morning for Hawkeye Boys State at Camp Dodge. The 8th district of the American Legion provided a chartered bus for the north central Iowa delegates to make the trip to Des Moines and back. * LAKOTA By Mrs Jerry Hentland Mr and Mrs Guy Beemer, Mr and Mrs Robert Beemer and Monica attended commencement exercises at Morningsidc College, Sioux City, May 25 and 26. Billy Beemer was one of the class. Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter and Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder attended the wedding of Carmen Brandt and Wayne Jergensen at the Lutheran church at Swea City May 25. Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena received a telephone call from their son Paul of Pelham, New York Wednesday that a son had been born to them that morning. The new baby has been named Jeremy. The Ralph Boeckman family family moved Thursday to a farm home near Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Glenn Dewey of Clearwater, Fla., were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena Friday. Dr. and Mrs Maynard Ukena and sons of Ames were Sunday visitors with the doctor's mother, Mrs Ida Ukena. They were all dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena. Donna Olson accompanied Mr and Mrs Mike Winter to Venice, Calif, last week. Donna's sister, Mrs Morris Wortman, lives in Venice. Mr and Mrs William Kienitz, Mrs Carlyle Gerzema, Mr and Mrs James Smith, Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith and Mrs Minnie Thaves attended the Fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Ed. Kienitz at Burt, May 30. Mr Kienitz is a brother of William, Mrs James Smith and Mrs Thaves. Mr and Mrs Frank Neuman OLD AUTO Jim Kolbeck has a car which will be right in style for Webster City's centennial celebration; a Minburn light electric automobile, manufactured about 1918. Thirteen 6-volt batteries are used to power the car, which will travel 35 miles per hour. RETIRES At Inwood, Miss Malene Jacobson has retired after 36 years as a teacher. An excellent photographer, she plans a good bit of travel in the future. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Large Livestock Feed Supplement Company has opening in this community for Distributor. If you can work for someone else, you can work better for yourself on our Plan. Small investment of $292.00 for initial Stock. 10 ft. square dry space for storage. Desk in home for office. Turning stock over once—grosses $84.00 profit. Should turn over 2 to 3 times every week. We work with you and show you how. Ideal for ex-Farmer — Farmer with spare time or man who knows Livestock. This is not an ordinary deal. Write for full proof without obligation to LBP, 2340 Maury St., Des Moines, Iowa. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Sunday, June 16 GUY DE LEO Friday, June 21 Western & Old Time FRANK BUHR Sunday, June 23 LYNN KERNS Friday, June 28 TEEN-AGE DANCE Don Deane Sunday, June 30 DON HOY No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 BUTTERM ILK makes the difference! WAKE UP WURAPPEim WITH OLD SOUTHERN FLAVOR WONDER BUTTERMILK BREAD The Exclusive "Old Southern Flavor" Loaf Perfected By The Bakers Of Wonder Bread Recaptures The Exquisitely Delicate Flavor... The Unsurpassed Lacy Texture Of Buttermilk Bread From The Deep South Do it today! Wake up your-appetite with delicious Wonder BUTTERMILK Bread. It's now at your grocery store ... a secret flavor blend perfected by The Wonder Bakers. - »-T^F V I mm FRESH.,, At Your Grocer's Now I Now recaptured is the exquisitely delicious flavor... the unsurpassed lacy texture of the buttermilk bread from the Deep South. If your family is hard to please, then you should try genuine "Old Southern Flavor" Wonder BUTTERMILK Bread. No other has this secret blend. So—for a real treat—ask your grocer for Wonder BUTTERMILK Bread. It's fresh.,.it's different ... it's delicious! copr, 1957, CONTINENTAL BAKING COMPANY, INC. irjuttermilk. BUTTERM ILK makes the difference! and children visited Frank's brother, Joe Neuman and family, at Pine Island, Minn. Wednesday. Mrs Ethel Ballard of We.st Union came Tuesday to stay with her granddaughters, Sherry Lou and Sheryl Rae Anderson, while their parents, Mr and Mrs A. E. Anderson vacationed at Woman Lake. Mr and Mrs Ray Albers and family attended a Johnson family reunion at Tuttle Lake Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Hugo Hans of Rockford. 111. visited at the George Schroeder home the past week and with other local relatives. Mr Hans is a brother of Mrs Schroeder, Mrs Mary Zoller and Ahrend Hans. UDM Classified* Pay Dividends DEMONSTRATION AND PERSONAL SHOWING ALGONA HOTEL TUES., JUNE 18 9 A.M. to 12 NOON Batteries and service for most makes — You are invited to come in. IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. 611 Fleming Bldg. 6th & Walnut Sts. t- Des Molnes Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer Studebakerl has... THE MOST HEADROOM of any car in its class. Ample leg room, too. STYLING that started the trend toward the low silhouette. POWER AND ECONOMY up to 275 hp—plus America's best economy record I TWIN TRACTION another exclusive that lets you go when others are stuck. LUXURY-LEVEL RIDE : with variable-rate 1 front springing in all i sedans. * 18 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM ... We have... • TRADES the others just talk aboutl • TERMS that auit your convenience! • SERVICE that you can alwaysdepend upon. •SEE •DRIVE •COMPARE.,, and you'll buy,., STUDEBAKER SCHUITZ BROS. South Phillips Street ALGONA- IQWA

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