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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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36 Mend, Uyermore Girl's Wedding, Arkansas Liv«hi6re —> A candlelight set-' ting decorated the First Metho! dist church i'ri. Fort Smith, Ark., March 5 for the marriage of Arloene Jean McGowan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arlo McGowan of Livermore and James A. Yung^ clas Jr., s6n of, Mr and Mrs James A. Yungclas Sr. of Renwick. The bride, who was escorted to 6-Piece FREEZER DISH SET Fr!., Sat., and Monday Limit 1 set to » Customer he altar by her father, wore a white go'wn of Chantilly lace. The fitted bodice was 'designed with an illusion neckline and a Queen Anne collar. The long sleeves tapered to pbints at the.wrist. The skirt was designed with billowing tiers of lace, over; satin. 'A lace tiara held the fingertip vei in place. She carried white camel lias an'd lilies of the valley on a small white Bible. Mrs. Eldon JacTobspn, classmate, of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Colleen McGowan, sister of the bride, was junior bride's maid. Miss Karen McGowan gang. Gary Easier served as Best man, and Richard Yungclas attended his brother as junior groomsman. Bruce McGowan, brother of the bride, was usher. The. reception was held' in the church. The center-piece on the table was a three-tiered wedding cake baked by Mrs Fred Ras- smunson of Renwick. Mrs Richard Clabough served the cake, and Joanna Yungclas, sister of the jridegroom, poured. Mrs 'Donald McGbWan • and Kay McGowan were dining-room'hostesses. Thirty friends and relatives from Iowa attended the wedding. Mrs Yungclas is a senior student at Iowa Lutheran school of nursing in Des Moines. Mr Yungclas attended Iowa State College at Ames,and is now serving in the United States Army. He is assigned to duty in Europe, where Mrs Yungclas will join him in the fall. • a Set REGULAR 39e VALUE! The ideo'-set -for br.c'r.bcw,- rsH' - gerator, freezer, picnics, leftovers,, baby foods, etc. You get three full pint size bowls of clear Styrene plastic complete ' with three matching Seal-Tite lids in contrasting colors/ All made of pliable Styrene plastic .that won't crock or break. Bowls stack for space • saving storage. Comes pocked in sanitary plastic bag., DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr. & Mrs. Bill Amon U-D-M Classifieds Pay DJvIddadi *ThV Up junior: ahd senior'4-H ^basketball clubs will >meet at Burt Friday and Saturday, March 25-26 to determine the 1955 K.OS- suth County 4-H basketball championship, There'will be tout games Friday: ni^ht and tW6 cha'mpiorisWp gatnes Saturday evening. Starting time will be 6:00 p. m. Friday and^iOO p. m Saturday. • Anyone interested, in the games/is invited to attend. Teams' from the south end o the county that,will take part m the tournament as the result o winning their preliminary game, are _ Garfield and Wesley junw teams and the Whittemore and LuVerne senior teams. The teams in the north enc haven't all completed their pre liminary games as yet. Game and scores so far are as follows Sr. team,'Ramsey 52, Seneca 34; Jr. Ramsey 64, Grant 54 i Sr, Eagle 52, Lincoln 31; Jr. Lincoln 43, Eagle 17; 'Grant 45, Burt 24. The winners of the Jr. Swea- Harrisoh-and Lincoln game and the winner of the Jr. Ramsey- Grant will represent the north end at Burt. The Ramsey Sr. team and the winner of the Eagle-Swea-Harrison Sr. game will also play at Burt. Whittemore And faving* CHRIS REEBB A tltlta ol ThU. a ttttt* 6< ffcttt Hoi MttOb rt IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPIJa The SURF L i.eAR LAKE ,1 O WA FRIDAY, MARCH 251h KENNY HOFER And His Midweslerners SATURDAY. MARCH 261h Music-In-The-Mqod "TEX" BENEKE And ' His Orchestra Featuring Vocal Lovelv Marlene Paula Adm. 1.47 plus lax. lot. 1.65 WED., MARCH 301h Teenage Dance JULES HERMAN, Wesley 4-H Win Wesley's juniors and Whitte- mor.^s..'seniors .grabbed semifinal berths' in the 4-H basketball tournament with easy wins March "15 in .the Algona High ftvm. Wesley rolled past Whittemore. 14-8 as Daniel Skow .accounted for six points, and Whittemore's senior team blasted Garfield, 4222 -in the finale. Gerald Streit got 15 points for the winners, while D. Banwart notched ten for Garfield. . : In* other games during the week, in the junior division, Garfield downed Prairie, 26-13, Lm- c6ln swept past Eagle, 43-1.9, and Grant swamped Burt, 40-17, while Grant beat Burt, 61-20, and Garfield downed Prairie, 48-19, m senior competition. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT 'Because'on account ol I forgo) that the parking meters were alive and in working order on Saturday nights until 9 bells my bus was adorned with an.over- parking time ticket which asked that I slip two bits into the envelope and deposit same in one of the nice yellow boxes attachet to some of the meters. I'm no kicking about the two,bits, it: only right that I dig up the cos for overparking. But I am now more than ever assured of the big money those meters are giving the Algona treasury, so to speak I done some arithmaticing anen the: parking ticket. The numbe of the ticket was 6110. If th tickets started with No. 1 alon about the first of,September when the meters were installed, tha means some 30 tickets have bee collected per day and at 25c eac $7 50. and for the month about $225.00 and so since September 1st some $1500 (probably more) has been planted in the city I treasury so to speak. And then there can be added the pennies and nickels gathered daily from the meters and that surely counts up too, so it seems that 'twas a good move when the city installed parking meters and when they are paid for it shouldn't take long before the meter income would reach an arrtount annually that could provide a considerable tax |cut, so to speak., I have been asked a lot of limes did I like Danish Ebelskiver and did,I know how to make them and I sure\love ebelskiver but I Seneca Seniors To Offer Class Play, Mar. 28-29 Seneca—The Seneca senior class will present the,thtee-act comedy, 'Little Acorns", on March 28 and 29 in the Seneca gym. The' cast is as follows: Millie, Phyllis Kauffman; Den nis, Jerry Wilberg; Lorana, Caro Hurlburt; Pandora, Dorothy Mad sen; Charles, Larry Menz; Judith Alenora Hovick; Diana, waunita Guerdet. P.T.A. Meeting The Seneca P.T.A. held its regular meeting at the school gymnasium last Monday evening. Mrs Loge was program chairman and arranged for Mrs Palleson of Ringsted to be guest speaker for the evening. Special music consisted of accordion selections by Marilyn Johannesen. Refreshments were served by the Wayne Lynchs, Bob Lynchs, Willard Thompsons, Clarence Menz, Carl Hansons, Chris Dahls and the Lyle Englands, The Seneca WMF met Thursday afternoon with Mesdames Carrie Jensen and Otto R. Jensen as hostesses. Mrs Henry Wilberg presented the lesson and Mrs Kenneth Halverson reported on Foreign Mission Work. Guests included Mrs Pannell, Mrs Russel Jensen, and Mrs Florence Hanson. Supt. Gordon Christianson and Coach Lester Becker took the boys basketball team to Des Moines Friday for the finals of the State tournament. Boys enjoying the courtesy were Donald Nielsen, Lyman Huribuit, Dav:d» Looft, Richard Snyder, Robert Crouch, Duane Johannesen, Ronald Johannesen, Gail Kauffman, h group were Sharon Klein and' Beverly Odin', who .also 1 visited with Mrs Myrtle Hunt. Other Senecans taking in the'tourna- ment final games- were Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson and family. Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn and Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn attended Uie 25th wedd ng of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Richmond at Armstrong, Sunday afternoon. Ole Pederson, who has been a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville for the past 12 days, was brought home day. . • :• , ' Pledges Frdternity Jack Canning, Algona senior liberal arts student at the University of Iowa, is one of 50 men who were pledged recently to social fraternities at Iowa City. Jack pledged Phi Kappa. He is the son of Mrs Margaret Erpelding of Algona. •>• Thursday, March 24, IgSSAIflona (Id.) Upper P*» MeinM-8 RISA6 THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Room SO PROMPT/ SO CLE4N/ so DEPENDABLE; 7 • On the |«b soon aflcr yao call. • Raior-Kleens clogged sewers and drains without mess. A Relied on l)j more hcmcosnsrs than i»| other sewer service. ONE YEAR GUARANTEE catch theC bouquets? A NATIONAL SERVICE AVAILABLE LOCALLY COWAN'S ROTO - ROOTER Serving K« S uth County "«"• «° Co ""' Well-Drilling and nOt J/n v t—^-, \Y, Tiny soil pests can steal a lion's share of your corn profits ... if you let them. A . preventive soil, treatment with aldrin gets soil insects quickly, economically— protects your investment. Easy to use-A single spray application of aldrin, disked into the soil, gets rootworms and other pests for the entire ( season. Apply it broadcast or in the row. Or you can apply it mixed with starter fertilizer. , Here are a few of the many advantages you get with an aldrin treatment: 1. freedom from lodging 2. easier harvesting 3. better quality corn 4. increased yields Now is the time to brderl Use an aWrin-ferti/izer mix OF spray with SHElt CHEWICAL CORPORATION AGRICULTURAL. CHEMICALS DIVISION 0221 Locust St., St. Loulf 9, Mo ( Algona Fiour & Feed Co. V|MF • «»- ' •fcli.tiJti^'i. • nC& " ^^ • * . .. .._ * •-••So. rnillip* »t. Phono 257 don't know how to make em so 1 asked Mrs Ken Strahorn (yes, she also is proud along with me of being a Dane) and she right off handed me a recipe for ebels- kiver for my column and here it Danish Ebelskiver 2 cups buttermilk, 2 cups flour, 3 eggs, 2 teaspoon baking powder, % teaspoon sale, 1 teaspoon soda, 2 teaspoon sugar and apple sauce Beats egg yokes. Add sugar salt and milk; then flour, soda and baking powder which have been sifted together. Last,. fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Place small amount fat in each cup ot Griswold Danish Cake Pan and fill 2/3 full of dough. Place a small teaspoonful of applesauce on top of dough, then barely cover apple sauce with a few drops of, dough. Cook until bubbly, turn carefully with fork, and finish ibafeing ,on .other :.side. Serve w.jth butter and-maple syurp or jam. ' NOTE: AVOID spilling apple sauce in cups, as this will cause the EBELESKIVER to stick. (The Danish Cake Pan is -also a very useful egg poacher) And now rny Swedish Mrs gets me ebelskiver quite often and are they ever good and do we Danes love 'em? II was one night last week tha I met Mr and Mrs Emil Lovstac and their daughter, Marcella, and she's a fourth grade young lady by the way, and she tolds m> that she read my column every week, regularly and always, am when I asked her didn't that bunk give her a headache, she said tha she got a big kick out of reading it and she thought there was lot of interesting notions and sh really enjoyed it, and brothei that sure tickles, old me im mensely, when she said that ther was no bunk in that column. Anc am sure happy to have met tha 'oung lady. , : 0 On March 17, St. Patrick's Day. here were three small green lags hung on the. cash register n the Barry Recreation Parlor md this was the 40th annual time that those flags hud been so displayed. It was on the 17th day of March, 1915, that the late C B Barry, father of Wm. Barry, Sr., first hung those flags on that register "and from then on yearly the same flag placement has been made on that register March 17 —o— It was Sunday that the near- blizzard started and 'twas a sort of rotten welcome to spring because on account of Monday was the first day of spring and it sure didn't have any spring-like days, but the Sunday kind of weather has no relation with spring we:ith3r. And, along with a lot of other folks 1 am wonder- ng if we can expect spring before Decoration day, according IQ the way we've, been enjoying (?) snow and zero weather in March sj far. Got to give it to the weather man, he's sure been pulling some lousy weather stunts on us the past month, so to speak. —u— 'Twas Luke Linnan bought for me and gulped with me a cup ol Java the other day and that gent, sure knows his coffee gulping too; 100 per cent perfect and he's another fine credit to the membership in the Coffee Gulpers, so to- speak. Thermogas Co, Names Off leers iThe Rapid Therm[ogas Companj held their annual stockholder meeting, on, .March 15th in DC Moines, Iowa. ;Jame£ Milder., manager of th company's Algona plant, wa elected to the BQard of Director Mr Milder slso manages tfye plan at • Emmetsburg, Iowa. Charle Russell was re-elected Presiden and all other officers Were re elected. < ^he-Rapid Thermoga Company operates sixteen plan in Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin. EUU u UIlclUiicBcii| \_« tan a.«.*-*- , Roger Nielsen, and Bob Hamsch. They returned home Saturday Mrs "Lester Backer and baby daughter were brought home from the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville, Wednesday afternoon. . ,.,.-, Ole Pedersen, who submitted to major surgery at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville a week ago Thursday, is recuperating satisfactorily. Mr and Mrs O. R.' Patterson spent the past weekend 'at St. Joseph, Mo., visiting with their daughter and family the Wm. Gilchrists. Larry Menz took a load of oung people to Des Moines last weekend where they attended the askelball tournament. Among In Your Informal Wedding Portraits... o< oouraeI Admiration for the maids, compliments for the wedding ... That's what you'll hear for the wonderful, informal photographs we will make of every detail of your wedding. Yes, it will be beautiful .. . just come in, or phono for your appointment. Brown's Studio Nels & Phone 34-W Kay Isaacson Algona Jeep-Ditching PORTABLE ELECTRIC POWER AND WATER PIPE THAWING Contact F. PHONE 1313 1403 E. Locust St., Algona, la. at its Price I Come in and try the sensational performance of Pontlae's^OO-ifP Stralo-Streak V-8I If all the talk about horsepower has left you confused, let this one simple fact set you straight. '- - <sd Model for model, the sensational new Pontiac Strata-Streak V-8 delivers more horsepower per dollar than any car in its field. 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