The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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You Can Win For Favorite Recipe Contest Announced In Today's UDM Housewives of Algona arid Kossuth County who have "favorite" recipes can do something with them now besides prepare them for the enjoyment of their families, or pass them along to friends. The Algona Upper Des Moines, in conjunction with 15 Algona business firms and merchants, is going to pay real cash money for recipes, in an endeavor to uncover the "best recipes" in vari ous classifications in this area. Your recipe doesn't have to be a complex concoction — it can win. if it's just a simple recipe that you yourself like. It can win if it's one of your favorites. Full details of the Weekly Recipe Contest are given on an adjoining page, where 15 Algona firms individually present messages concerning their own businesses. Complete details are given on the adjoining page as to the "recipe subject" for-each week, together with deadlines for getting your recipe to the Recipe Contest Editor of the Algona Upper Des Moines. A $10.00 cash prize is to be awarded weekly. Local firths joining with the Upper Des Moines in presenting the novel contest are: North Iowa Sewing Machine & Appliance Co. • Rapid Thermogas Co. Fowlcis Beauty Salon Algona Greenhouses P. R. Irons Healing & Plumb- iner Elk Cleaners Viking Oil Co. Van's Cafe and Drive-In Leah's Bakery Beecher Lane Appliances Sorensen's Grocery North Central Public Service Co. Algona Refrigeration / Cowan Building Supply Co. Kohlhaas Hardware Next week's Upper Des Moines will contain the name of the first winner, and her complete recipe. Girl Hurt On Wire Swea & Eagle—Arlene, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Anderson, had the misfortune to cut her neck and shoulder when she ran into a barbed wire fence while playing at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Joe Presthus. e ' ****** Ramona Selberg Honored At Shower In Ledyard Ledyard — Wednesday afternoon, July 27, a miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Ramona Selberg at the E, and R. church. Mrs John Moe was in charge of the following program. Solo—"Ramona" by Caroline Pedersen accompanied by her mother, Mrs Soren Pedersen. -. Several poems and a reading by Mrs Roy Valvick. Contests were played by the entire group with Mrs Ed Dontje in charge. A poem "When You are Married" by Mrs Fred Selberg concluded the program. After the bride elect had opened the many gifts, lunch was served from a table with a special centerpiece consisting of a pastry replica of a bride and four bridesmaids, which was made by Mrs Ivan Selberg. Mrs Earl Kvamsdale and Mrs Ivan Selberg poured. Hostesses were Mesdames Soren Pedersen, Myrl Johnson, Ed Dontje, Roy Valvick, Earl Kvamsdale, Ivan Selberg, Fred Selberg, and John Moe. Mrs Ray Wentworth, who has been in Rochester the past week to be with Mr Wentworth who is hospitalized there, came home on Sunday with some of the children when they visited there. Joe McDonald, who is Rock Island Depot agent at Thompson began his vacation Monday and is going to Omaha, then to Denver, Colorado and to Kansas, where he was agent before coming to Thompson. Mr and Mrs Ted Green and family, Mrs William Green and Ellwood, Mr and Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse and family spent Sunday at Iowa Lake enjoying a picnic and swimming. The occasion was in honor of Ted Green's birthday. Mr and Mrs Frank Neuman are the parents of a baby girl born Sunday, July 31. Peggy Mayer, Darlene Kerk- hqve, and Pamela Sue Gonias of Des Moines were weekend visitors at the D. B. Mayer home. Mr and Mrs P. J. Kohn of Hantley, visited Sunday and Monday at the J. F. Sullivan home. On Sunday afternoon Patty Johnson and her Tnother, Mrs Chester Johnson and Mrs Harold Wentworth entertained the Senior class at a party in the park honoring the birthday of Janice Wentworth. Mr and Mrs Fred Button and Ellsworth -went to Okoboji on Sunday where they attended the Methodist Bible Conference for the day. PIANO SALE! Save $ $ $ on New Spinet and Console Pianos SPECIAL DISCOUNT on all new band instruments during month of August Ask About Our Instrument Rental Plan! LORAINE'S MUSIC SHOP 101 W. Slate St. Algona The Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa FREE GATE EXPOSITION AT FAIRMONT, AUGUST 10 - 14 Gigantic State Fair Carnival New Industrial and Floral Hall , snd A PP lia «ce Show with over 50 Exhibitors! KSUM Studio on the Grounds— Free KSUM healer of the Fair! Martin County is proud of its outstanding Livestock Exhibits! Exceplional 4-H, Fulure Farmers, Boy Scout and .Girl Scout Exhibits . . . Martin County's Youth exhibits are Ihe Finest! Machinery Hill Under Flood Lights Martin County is a pioneer in making our machinery exhibit available for night inspection. State Fair Grandstand Entertainment Including Aut Swenson Thrillcade Friday and Saturday Evenings, August 12th and 13th Wednesday Evening — Carnival Evening. Thursday Afternoon ,- Child's Day, All rides lOc Saturday Afternoon — Horse Show Sunday Programs - Big Thomas Circus Acts Show. Sunday Evening — Additional Super Fireworks «?hnu, Grandstand Prices - Adults suotol III *ChiW«nToc. CHURCH AND ORGANIZATION STANDS supply wonderful eats at low prices! Come Again and Again! THE GATE IS ALWAYS FREE Mr and Mrs Harold Warner drove to Waterloo on Sunday and there met Mrs Lena Warner who has been in Rockford and northern Minn., on a vacation trip. She returned home with them. Ervin Kramersmeier and Ben Mayer went to Rochester, Minn., on Saturday and visited Ray Wentworth at the St. Mary's hospital. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog and daughters attended Bible Conference at Okoboji on Sunday afternoon. Swea Sunbeam Achievement Day Is Held Swea & Eagle—The Swea Sunbeams held their annual 4-H Achievement Show at the Community Hall, Monday. It was moved that the girls rent a cabin at Spirit Lake after the fair. Two committees were named: Poster Committee, Cheryle Torine, Joan Irmiter and Barbara Stenzel: Booth Committee, Betty Stenzel, Reta Mae Walker and Maxine Clark. Kay Fitzgerald was chosen Style Review Girl. The following are demonstra tions to be given at the fair: "Posture" by Kay Fitzgerald and Betty Clark; "Preventive Measure", Lavon Jensen and Mary Kay Dolan; "Care of Shoes" by Janet Walker and Karen Johansen. The following are the winners of the clothing entries: Junior Exhibits: Aprons, Janet Walker and Margaret Engesser; Cotton Skirt, Margaret Engesser and Janet Walker; Cotton Blouse, Maxine Clark and Janet Walker; Sewing Boxes are Karen Johan son and Lois McGregor. Junior or Senior Exhibits, Aprons, Nancy Pehrson and Reta Mae Walker; Skirt cotton with band, Cheryle Torine and Lavon Jensen; Skirt other than cotton, Alice Picht and Cheryle Torine; Blouse with set in sleeve or collar, Betty Clark and Nancy Pehrson; Blouse with set in sleeve, Kay Fitzgerald and Joan Irmi»er; Blouse other than cotton, Alice Picht and Cheryle Torine; Nightgown, Betty Clark; Pajamas, Betty and Barbara Stenzel; Housecoat, Joan Irmiter; Jumper, Reta Mae Walker and Mary Kay Dolan: School dress, Barbara Stenzel and Nancy Pehrson; Best Dress, Lavon Jensen and Kay Fitzgerald; Petticoats, Kay Fitzgerald. Wesley Band • «vt ina // Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg, Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson and Mr and Mrs Emil Larson attended funeral services for Frank Kelly last Tuesday at the Methodist church at Ledyard. Mr Kelly was an uncle of Ellis Jongberg. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Beck and family of Lakota were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Raymond Pichts. Mrs Beck and Mrs Picht are sisters. Mr and Mrs Leo Guerder, Mr and Mis Clarence Weis and Mr and Mrs A. C. Pavik left Thursday for a week's vacation to Canada. Carol Miller spent Sunday at the horn.) of her parents, Orval Millers. Carol is employed in a drug store in Fairmont, Minn Shirley Stenzel is also employed there at the canning factory. John Jongbers became scriou-.- ly ill Friday night and was taker. In the hospital in Estherville. He is improving at this writing. Waunitu Guerdet of Algomi spent two day ;it the home of her parent?. Leo Guerdets. On Sunday her girl friend, Sheila McEvoy of Algona came and stayed overnight with her. On Monday night both girls returned to Algona where they are employed as aids at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson had as supper guests Thursday evening, Mr and Mrs Ellis Jong- beig and Calvin and Donna and Mrs Jongberg's parents, Mr and Mrs Lane. Roger Holeomb, Jim Harnei and Henry Hammer are spending a few days vacationing in Minnesota before Roger leaves for the service. Mr and Mrs Ervin Bathe and family left Friday tor a vacation to Omaha. Neb. and other points of interest. Mr and Mrs Ervin Smith and son and Evelyn SwarU left Friday for a several weeks trip through the west. Mr and Mrs Harry Lund and Dennis and Lynnctte attended the wedding of Mrs Lund's .sister, Janice Simmons, to Joseph Lynch at the St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, Aug. 1. New Uniforms Wesley—Band Mothers report they have ordered 27 coats and caps for the 32 piece band directed by Wayne PrSngle. The re> maining five members are beginners and will get their uni forms later. Band mothers have been operating a refreshment stand at basketball and baseball games for the past two years to raise funds for this project and they plan a carnival for late September at tht. school auditorium. Co-chairman are Pauline Pfeffer and Elaine Downs. Pre-Nuplial Shower Marlene Bauer will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday, Aug. 7, in the Parish Hall. She is youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and she will become the bride of Will Clements of Newton on Saturday, Aug. 27. Both are students at the University at Iowa City. To Wed Aug. 16 Mrs Clarence Dornbier, Maxine and Marcella. Mrs Joe Miller and Virginia, Mrs Joe Goetz, Mrs Bill Goetz, Mrs Vincent Cruiss, Mary and Kathleen attended a pre-nuptial shower Thursday evening, July 28 in the St. Patrick's parish hall at Buffalo Center honoring Rosemary Yegge. Miss Yegge, a daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Yegjje, formerly of the Wesley vicinity will become the bride of Vaughn Hoover on Tuesday, August 16. At Garner Riles Relatives from a distance who attended the funeral of Ed Spangler on Thursday morning at St. Boniface Catholic church at Garner included Mr and Mw Joe Friedman of Halbur; Ted Pot*:- hoff of Carroll; Mr and Mrs Joe Spangler of Morgan, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Henry Wildt and Mrs George Wildt of Morgan, Minn, and John and Kenneth Spangler of Janesville, Minn. The deceased died at the Good Samaritan home in Mason City and burial was in the local St. Joseph's cemetery. Achievement Day Coming , Wesley Wizards 4-H girls met July 25 at the Center School ,tc. complete plans for Achievement Day and the Style Show which will be held at the scfioolhouse Saturday, August 6. Mrs August Studer is to be the judge. Patricia Goetz will give a talk on "Choosing Shoes", Mary Lou Dimond will talk on "Elements of Good Grooming", Delores Goetz will talk on "Choosing Proper Accessories". Nancy Tjaden and Louise Skow were hostesses. Youth Groups Meets The Methodist Youth Group and leaders will have a 10 a.m meeting Friday, August 12, with a traveling group known as circuit Riders in the local Methodist church. Dinner will be served at noon. A social hour will follow, A pot luck supper and rally Your personal insurance needs are my business Let me help you buy your car, protect your home and plan your future security. I regularly receive special training to assist people like yourself • I-IMI. mum tfrntmrn With their personal insurance problems .' . . you see, my life's work is exclusively insurance. Call me any lime. pay* to katw STATE FARM Ag«nt Harold C, Sundet 300 E. Elm St. Phone 841 AI 9 pnp Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Find* Healing Subftance That Doe* Both~ Relieve* Pain-Shrink, Hemoirhoidi ::,,;,.,, t ?:'"','-:r ur A hc ™™M»<I state,,'?,!, !W York, N ,. ,,., , _ t time iciuni-e haa found a new liculine substance with the aslonish- iii!; ability to shrink hemorrhoids uii'l to relieve pain-without iurgcry. In case after case, while gently rtlievins l>ain, actual reduction 1-nriiikaKci took place. Mo.-.t an,a?.inL' u f all - re.-,ulu were au UiGjuujlj that oil!ft-1 el* uddc ^•sjiuissrp^,. 1 ;^"" 1 " .u^./B^.r^? s b ; world-famous research institute * ,i±;?± l ^ c "-.!?. I !?. w . ".liable to •»w««.^«r-,-iH7« e vt7;;;rrd« ' ''°^ i °" "•' At your tho name »«""'""' ~ 1 ""' 1 "•" At yo . Aio/iey Uck guarantee. 'tie* l.*.i'*i.(jff. will be held at Good Hope church at 6:30 p.m. Employment Shifts Mary Olson, daughter of Mr and Mrs fi. M. Olson is now erw ployed at the Wagner Cafe. Mrs Olson works at Hamilton's -Produce & Appliance and Mr Olson commutes to his work at Bjust- roms Furniture. Store in Algona. Ramona Reusing .'who was employed at the Wagner Cafe js now working at the Hamilton Produce & Appliance Shop. Mrs Julius Monson and her mother, Mrs Schafferj who were at at Hamiltons are now employed at the Robinson Produce. Daughter For Clinks . A baby girl "was born Wednesday. July 27 to Mr and Mrs Ed Cink of the Woden vicinity at the Britt hospital. Mrs Gink;is, the former Gladys Haverly and they now have a'family of three daughters and si* sons. Mr and Mrs George Cink and Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly are the'in- fant's grandparents. Pre-Nupiial Shower Irene Foertsch was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon, July 31. A large :rowu of friends ^and relatives attended and played SOO. Mrs Josie Lickteig and Mrs Sophia Hildman LWok high and low score prizes respectively. Miss Foertsch will became the bride of Lyle Kuypef of West Bend Tuesday, Aug. 10. Victor Loebig and Frank Bleich attended a Co-Op meeting at Ames Monday, August 1. Mr and Mrs Arderi Hovland and family of Minneapolis came Saturday night for a few .days visit at the George Ricke :,home. Oii - Monday Mr and Mrs Hovland attended the Class reunion and -Centennial at Forest City. They are both graduates of the Forest City high school. On Sunday afternoon the two families and the Arnold Stufflick family of Kanawha enjoyed, an outing at Clear Lake.' Pdt and Janice Goetz returned to Minneapolis with the Hdvlands for several days visif. Eugene Hanig and Dean Goetz will"drive up'after the girls Sunday. " ' Mr and. Mrs Stan Johnson and sons returned Sunday evening from Lake Okbboji where they had vacationed several days. Mr and Mrs "Al Loebig and two children spent several days at the lake with the Johnson family. Members Of the Needlework club had a picnic supper Tuesday evening in the city park and then attended a show in Britt. 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