The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 37
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 37

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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Upper Bit Molnes Thursday, June 13, 1957 • Whittemore ' By Art Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and fipn Eldon Ray, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs Delbert wichtendahl and, sons Vernon and Steven left last week Sunday morning for a week's fishing at Alexandria, Minn. They returned, and reported fishing good. Mr and Mrs William Dau Sr. of Algona visited at the home of the former's sister, Mrs Martha Pompe Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. visited Mr and Mrs Arthur Hei- denwlth, Sunday evening. Last Week Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock and on Friday evening, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt visited the Heidenwith home. Mr and Mrs Delbert Walker of Easton, Minn, were Saturday • visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs 0. H. Roupe, parents of Mrs Walker. Mrs Roupe suffered a heart attack last week and will be donfitted to her bed for three weeks. • ' , Joyce Kuecker and Danny Gilmore entertained a group of twelve women at the Harold Kuecker .home Thursday evening in honor of their musk; teacher, Mrs Merrit Swim. Mr and Mrs Delbert Walker and daughter, Frances of Easton, Minn.,' Mrs Bessie Walker and Arthur Locke of Algona were last week Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker. Mrs Mathilda Meyer was a Sunday guest at the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer. Sunday afternoon she visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Reinhard Behnke in Algona. Adolph Naas, who is staying at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Schuller, following a heart attack two weeks ago, suffered another attack last week and is still under the doctor's care. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAWT IT i How dairy foods help you give your family better tasting meals Tidbits From Evelyn JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH Dairy foods complement each other ... add their fresh, extra good taste to your meals. In cooking or baking, for instance, butter adds its naturally delicious flavor in a way that imitations can't match. (Nothing adds as much good taste to food as butter.) Substitute for dairy foods and you substitute for flavor. Serve nutritious dairy foods often. IOWA DAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION • IOWA DAIRY PROMOTION ASSOCIATION 933 Imuranct Exchongt Bids., D«l Molnn N6, 1 haven'i been sick—ih6; column didn't appear last week because the paper went to press 'a day early due to Memorial day. « « « Last year I had an item on the races at Indianapolis, Ind., but for the life of me I can't think who it is here that is a sister- in-law of this year's winner, Sam Hanks. Please, will the person call me — Cy 4-3796 — my curiosity is at fever pitch. When I saw 'the picture of him being kissed by Cyd Charisse and his wife stood by looking on, I remarked. "His wife is much the cuter", and Ed Sullivan's program Sunday njght proved it. The person I talked with last year said he had promised his wife to quit at a certain time, and he stated that he was quitting after one race 1 believe it was. Hope he doesn't take one chance too many. (Editor's note — Mrs Merlon Baker is a sister of Mrs Hanks) * * * The latest communication from the Ab Longs who are vacationing in the east and have been at Wellsville, Pa., with Ab's son- | in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs' Glee Pitcher, is a menu from the Hotel Brunswick, Lancaster, Pa. This is an interesting folder, having a map, list of towns, sayings of this "Dutch" community, menus, and a list of points of interest. I heard rumors that Mabel Sor- enseri was going out of the grocery .business when her lease expired 'but was hopeful it was not iQdav I was not left in doubt — a letter came verifying the rumor and the store will be uiudt;u July 1. Her daughter, Jeanette was graduated Friday, June 7, from Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and has signed a contract to teach in Mason City. Thank you, Florence Furst for your note and news item. Yes indeed I accept news that way. 1 shall be glad to have your items any time and this applies to everyone else. Frequently I miss people j having news because it takes 'several weeks for me tc make the rounds. So feel free to use the mail any time — and of course I am alwayg glad to have phone calls, too. * * * Mrs Leon Laird, who teaches kindergarten, has won the hearts nf her tots even more completely than prior to "graduation" by giving each youngster who "passed" (and I think all did).a pretty red folder with Mary! and her little inevitable lamb ort one side and on the other a formal announcement that the little "student" had been graduated from kindergarten to first grade. I am sure these "diplomas" will be cherished many years. * • * When Eva Wille was recently visited by relatives from Sacramento, Calif., she accompanied them to West Bend. One of the women of the party, Mrs Don Henderson, was so fascinated with the place she could hardly be persuaded to leave. * * * 'Glen Raney, Mrs Ma_x Bast and several others were quite intrigued when I told them about colored "bridal Wreath" at Mem- prial time. Hazel Lu«by explained it to us of the "Hen House" a few years ago when we were equally surprised 1 at ( the "how" of it. So here it is. Take a-hammer and pound the stems a few inches Place in a. suitable container, nnur in the' fruit coloring, undiluted. Let stand till flowers are desired color. Remove to vase of water. And there you are—Dink, blue, yellow, green — any white flowers can >be colored. Cheri BoeckViolt, daughter o Mr and Mrs Walter RoecirVi gave a birthday party, May 15, in celebration of the second prini versary of her pet dog, Nixie Guests were the grandparents, Mi and Mrs J. M. Elmore. Nixie enjoyed nil of i^ vnvv Tn'ucb. fro->i the "Happy Birthday" song to the cake and ice cream. foods she eats with gusto and it is to her credit she conductcc herself well at the table, consenting to use a napkin and donning her very best company manners Who says a "dog's life" doesn't have'it's brighter side? * * . * Dr. and Mrs Daniel Bray have been at Roseau, Minn., visiting A SALUTE TO JUNE DAIRY MONTH with ISN'T NATURE WONDERFUL? • <1 ^C yOU get from man ' made beverages is quickly lost. But is different. For milk is naturally refreshing. Its natural sugars and proteins release their energy more slowly-so milk gives you a cool refreshing lift without a letdown. Next time you "take a break," make ice cold milk your drink. Enjoy the lasting lift of nature s best refresher! Each sip says: "Nature sure is wonderful." ICE COLD MILK..HIGH IN PROTEIN, HIGH IN CALCIUM..NATURALLY REFRESHING! Drink @ glasses of Milk every day DISTRIBUTORS OF CARNAT FRESH MILK the parents. Dr. 1 and Mfs J, L. Delmore. A big celebration-was held for the doctor in honor of his fifty years of service to the community. * * * Larry Bowman, satf«{ Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman, said in a re-' cent letter he has been around the world once and is starting around for the second time. He is in the navy and assigned to an oil tahker. • , ' * *. * I had such a nice visil wilh Mrs Walter Scott of Perry, nee Lbis Newton whom 1 knew years ago back'in old Central school days. * * * I have three peony bushes 1 had planted especially for use at Memorial time. This year there are many buds but they haven't burst into full bloom yet and hence were not ready for May 30. Lately the leaves have taken on mottled red and green splotches. I figured they had 'some blight or insects but Alwin Huenhold told me It Is the ,cold,, damp weather >and they'Vill snap out of it in due time. 1 began 'to think the leaves were trying to ape the calediumv * «' * M&rcie June Diamond, daughter of Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond, has , been with her maternal grandmother, Mrs Al Stein in Chicago ,till baby brother made his arrival. , . ' *.'*.*•. Looking aver the folder from Pennsylvania I mentioned at the beginning of the column. 1 note "Throw papa down the stairs his suspenders." 1 am reminded of the song. "Throw mama from Jhe train a kiss." Here are a few of the more amusing ones —• "Outen the light" —"'I forgot to tie your horse loose"—"Papa's at the table and half et already"— "Fritz was goin' to spritz the lawn"—"You get too soon old and too late schmart." IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT It ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Knight's of Columbus initiation was held in the K.C. club rooms in Fort Dodge on Sunday afternoon with Fred Bily of LuVerne, Thompson Lumber Yard Man- ••ger and John Miller of Livermore candidates from St. Joseph's Knights of Columbus. A buffet supper was served in the Fort Dodge K.C. Council chambers following the initiation. Donna Thul started work Sunday in the John Lentsch hpme in Algona. Mrs Eugene Thul and Dortna and Mrs Therman Pruitt from here and Mrs Lawrence Ternes from Ledyard were business callers in Mankato, Minn. Friday. A Youngwirth family gather- \ {ng was held on Sunday In the Richard Kohlhaas home. Mr and Mrs Loren* Bormann and family, M*, «»<l ,»*&, jd Borrriann and family and Mr attd Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas and fata-, ily, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohl* haas and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the K. L, Kohlhaas home. Algona Major On ROTC Staff Major Lewis T. Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Lester. Johnson, Algona, who is information Services 1 officer for the'Air Force ROTC Command, will take part in a special church institute at Omaha Monday, June 24. Major Johnson has been in the Air Force for more than 14 years, is married and has a boy and a girl. He was raised in the Bancroft area and at present is stationed at Maxwell Air 'Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama. A SALUTE TO JUNE DAIRY MONTH when you reme mber to eat and enjoy plenty of wonderful (YOUR BEST BUYS RIGHT NOW AT YOUR GROCERS) WINTER'S DIVISION ALGONA, IOWA 115 East Grove Street / Phone CY 4-3869 ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY CO. ALGONA, IQWA

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