The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 30
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2-AlflOno (la.) Upp*r D« Moinn Thuriday, 1, 19$5 LuVerne Folks Leave And Enter Hospital LuVerne — Mrs filsie Sleussy surgical patient in Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, returned to her home Saturday. Mrs Theresa Assing will care for Mrs Steuss.V as she convalesces. Her son and wife? Mr and Mr Everett Sleussy left Sunday for their home in Richmond, Calif., after being with their mother as she was hospital- i/cd. Mrs T. L. Williams came to her home Friday after she was a patient in Miller hospital, St Paul, the past seven weeks. Dr T. L. Williams and son and Mr and Mrs Cecil Williams went to bring her home. Lloyd Smith was taken to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Saturday for observation and medical treatment. Birthday Parties Darlcne Goetsch was given party Monday evening in the home of her parents, Mr and Mr Fred Goetsch in honor of her 811 birthday. Guests included he prandrriothers, Mrs Anna Goetsch, Mrs Clara Baumgartner, uncles, Arlie Goetsch, Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Sonja and Shcryl, LuVerne, her aunts. Mr and Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen, Ventura. Mr and Mrs George Kraft, Gcorgianne and Richard, Kanawha, uncle, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch. cousins, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David of Algona; Jerry Jones, Fontana, Cal., Jimmic Bowers, Waterloo, and her uncle. Mr and Mrs Delmer Goetsch and Sandra from Sao Francisco., Grelchen Sue Zentncr celebrated her sixth birthday Thursday at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner. Sharing the courtesy were nine little friends, Eugene and Connie Hefty, Lenard and Colcen Johns, Kathy and Stevie Kessinger, Michele and Kathy Andre ana Michael Stripling; ' . Legler Reunion The annual reunion of the children of the'late ;Mr and Mrs MOTOR REPAIRS Tred Legler was held in the egion Club House in Hampton Sunday with 31 in attendance, "rom this area wore Mr and Mr? '\rtluir Legler. their daughter, Mr ind Mrs Clayton Stoncr. David and Stanley. Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Phil C. Lichly, LuVerne; heir daughter, Mrs Laurel Bontv- ley and Dawn of Kansas City. Mo.; Mr and Mrs Wilson Lcglcr, sons. Mr and Mrs W. Raymond Legler, sons, Dennis, Johnny and Charles, LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Earl Legler, Ruth Ann and Hobby, Algona. Mr and Mrs Wilson Legler are in charge of arrangements for the reunion in 1956. Desserf Recipes In Contest Deluge Ju Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. 'hone 170 Algona, la. Visitors • in the borne of their parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimlcr Saturday and attending the funeral of their aunt, Mrs Theodore Johnson, were Mr and Mrs William Gray, M/Sgt. and Mrs Gordon,DiinkT, Eagle Grove; Mrs | George Goodner and David of DCS Moines; Mr and Mrs Morrrs Espeland. Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs James Neville and Diane of Ames were weekend visitors in the parental, Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimlcr home. Mr and Mrs Jack Lewarno, John and Jane of Fort Dodge were Sunday visitors with her Bother, Mrs Clara Roger. Dr. and Mrs Carl D. Lang and children of LeMars visited hei sister, Hulda Fritzcmeier, Friday and Saturday. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly visited their aunt, Mrs Emma Kubly in Eagle Grove Friday. Linda and Connie Schnetzer were over night guests Thursday in the home of their uncle and aunt,-. Mr and Mrs Edward Blu- m-iT in Algona. Visitors Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull were his brother, Mr and Mrs John Schipull of Goldfield and former neighbors, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Crandall and family of Knakc. Mrs Vera Andrews ami' son, Mark of Cedar Rapids visited he: parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Din;- ler Sunday. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus, grandson, Kerry Luchsinger, M: 1 and Mrs William Ramus and Kay of DOS Moines spent the weekend visiting their mother, Mrs Dora Ramus and other relatives. • Mrs Evan ,Wilhite and son Ted of Corwith visited Sunday in the home of her uncle, Mr and Mrs Lloyd F. Smith. Mr and Mrs George Hood ol Fredericksburg visited her sister, Mrs Marie Stoddard Saturday. They came to attend funeral of their niece, Mrs Theodore Johnson. Mr and Mrs Robert Griffitl and children of Marysville, Ind. arrived Sunday to visit his grandmother, Mrs Clara Roger. A/1C Gail and Mrs Stoddard and A/1C Donald-«md Mrs Bar- Rely of OHutt Air Base, Omaha, visited in LuVerne Saturday and attended the funeral of their sister and aunt, Mrs Theodore Johnson. John Putzsluck of Camp Chaffee, Ark. arrived Saturday to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck. He reports to Ft. Bliss, Texas for Anti-Aircraft schooling. Mr Henry Markman, his daughter, Mr and Mrs Arthur Phiscator and two, daughters of Rounct Lake, Minn, visited Sunday in the Frank Molding, Sr., and William Moeding homes. Carroll Marty attended the wedding of college friends in Pipe-stone, Minn., Saturday evening. . , Mr and Mrs Wayne Dornberger of Sioux Falls were guests Thursday in the Mr and Mrs 'John Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Donald Porter and Miss Margaret Ellifrit/. of Fort Dodge visited Saturday in the home of the ladies, 'parents, Mi and Mrs Bonnie EllifriU and also attended the funeral services for their aunt, Mrs Theodore Johnson. Mr and Mrs Wayne Snrvnsen, sons, Bruce and Mark moved Sunday to Cedar Rapids where they will make their home. Wayne is a sales representative toi Cities Service products therv. STATE FARM r««r Car INSURES All THREE if-'t »ui»rj. 10 put tlf your eggs in one bailtct . . . rtpvcially vhca il'j you* injur- a act- protection. You'll enjoy the convenience of hating all youi ptT&onal iniur^nce in the hind* of ope pcrw who fcnpwt your jn- dividual need*- Call me anytime. I * It 9911 f* fwv STATE FARM A 9 «nt Harold C. Sundet 300 E. Elm St. Phone 841 Ataona HONEY At Manchester, b e e k e e p e i Joseph Hermann ha* obtained over three tons of honey this year. Clarabelle Goes Wild After 20 years oi service the old Dodge delivery car of Ray's Market thought its days were over and headed (or the dump last week. In the excitement three women motorists had the scare of their life. Joe Mishak was driving "Clarabelle" on North Jones St. with a delivery. Al the top of the hill at the corner of Jones and Oak streets the motor burst injo flames. Joe jumped put of the car and ran to John Dreesman's house to call the fire department. When he returned the car was gone. Joe passed three cars as he ran down the hill to find "Clarabelle". The car had traveled alone down ib.e hill in a zig-zag fashion, under the railroad trestle and turned onto the dump road, apparently sensing "the end". While "Clarabelle" cavorted down the highway, three women motorists driving up the hill from the north took careful aim as they pondered whether to pass i&e car on the right or Left side. "Clarabelle" was not to be buried yet. The Algona fire department gave her a good soaking, and with a few minor repairs, she's buck in service. 2 Sweet Tooth Winners Will Share The $10 The sweet tooth of Kossuth County and surrounding territory is being amply satisfied as indicated by the fourth Upper'Des Moines Algona Merchants' recipe contest. The dessert entries were "really sumptions", according! to the board of judges. Although it was hoped tha*. there would be one entry so much better than the rest that, we could award just one prize Ihis week, they were all so good we had a hard time gelling it down to eight "extra special,-' 1 . And alter long deliberation it was decided -to' split the money between Mrs Jlenry Quderian with her Lemon. 'Lime' Surprise and Mrs M. P. Haggard with her Peach Kuchen. Mrs Guderian's recipe is the sort of concoction any hostess would love to serve to company and Mrs Haggard's, while ju.st a? special, would be a delightful way to end a family dinner. Mrs W. G. Flaig of Lone Rock sent a Ruby Torte t,hat was almost a winner and Mrs Walter Boeckholt's Cream Peach Pie* received a lot of votes. Mrs C. H. Simpson's Vanilla Wafer Dessert was another runner-up as was Mrs John J. DuUon's Banana Sponge Delight. Mrs Walter Kliimp of Dakota City sent he; Peach Ice Box Dessert and nearly won a prize and the .iuclge.- were also tempted 'by the recipe lor Surprise Sour Cream Pudding sent by Mrs Margaret Fraser ol Cylinder. Club meetings and fancy desserts go together and if you are looking for something for th. girls at such an affair you might consider Mrs George Wildin's Pineapple Dream or either of thi. entries sent by Mrs Sylvestei Arndorfer — Marshmallow Dvs- sert or Chocolate Refrigerator Dessert. Then there's Mrs Eppoi K. Johnson of Swea City who has a Pineapple Salad and a Sugarless Dessert. Don't let the title of that last one fool you weight-watchers. There's no sugar in il but there are marshmallow. nut meats and whipped cream. Our Mouth Waters Delicious Dessert is the title of the recipe sent by Mrs Lauren Thompson of Lakota and there's Lemon Ore urn;. Dessert from 'O'ne. of last week's -winners, - MM?.'Georgia Thaves. It's Pineapple Bakeless Cake from Mrs'James Knoll, Burl, and Angel Food Cake Dessert from Mrs George Gengler, Wnittemore. Mrs Ben Reid's Lime Whip sounds refreshing as does Mrs Margaret Frasei's Orange.' Custard. Pineapple is used in the Cheese Cftke recipe sent by Mrs George Han man of Lakota and it's pmeappie again in the Ice Box Dessert Irom Mrs G. B. Johnson of Fenton. It's a good apple'year and this was taken into consideration in recipes sent by Mrs Morton Biti- inger and Mrs Fred Wegener, Al gona, Mrs Miirgaret Fraser, Cylinder, Mrs Gladys Barker. Cedar Rapids, Mrs James Knoll, Burl, Charlotte Wichtendahl, Lone Rock and Mrs George Lden, Bancroft. Peaches were in both recipes sent by Mrs Allan Bollinger ol Fenton and excelli.nl peach pie recipes came from Mrs George Gengler, Wlultemore an.I Mr.- Lavvrence Mueller, Fuiton. Frozen desserts wen- popular with Mrs Ben Reid .-ending .. Fresh Peach Parfait recipe and Mrs Georgia Thaves a Frozen Pineapple Torte. Mrs Ciair Robinson ol Wesley uses honey in tooth her ice creams and there'.a Graham Cracker 'Ice Cream from Mr:; Margaret Fraser. Mr.- Allan Bollinger makes tin; universal favorite, vanilla ice cream 1 and from LuVerne come.- a I Frozen Peach Pudding .-cut by Barbara Meyer. Cobbler Recipes Mrs Marvin Kramer ol Bode sent two cobbler recipe.- plus a i bubarb shortcake. Baked IVar.- wilh Lemon Sauce came Jrom Mrs Gladys Baiker of Cedar Rapid.- and it's Glaze,! Pea)':- Ala Mode from Mrs Georgia Thavcs. 'Mr.i M. P. Haggard, one of thi.-, week's winners ha.- two recipe.- tor chocolate cuke.-. Il' your hii.-band likes any kind of do-S'.Tl Si' luji.4 as it's pie you should .-i ! these pie lecipes Therc' Cila/eii IV.icb Pic and Pumpkin Cusiard Irom Sylvia Germann, Algona: Carrot Pie am) Angel Pie trmii All's Claire Rubinson. Wesley; Chucolale Merin.L'UL* from MJS Albert Miti ton and Mai.-limallow Mrs G. B J";,ii-' week's contest. The category is Pickles and we'd love to have your 'favorite recipes. —GRACE. President Tyler saw himself burned in effigy before the White House. Farewell Parties At Bancroft •'";. Bancroft — Miss Agnes Olson and Mrs Nellie Lupin entertained the Guild at Ihe Baptist Church Parlor Thursday afler- noon with a large crowd'present to hear the Missionary's Mr and Mrs Dackeiv df Chicago 'speak. Mrs .AJic.e Andersbn who win leave Sept. 1 and Mrs Francis and Jessie Carmean who are also leaving Sept. 1 were honored at a farewell party and presented, with gifts from the guild. To Enter Convent A farewell party honoring Irene Hellman 'wps held at Ihc homo of her parents Monday evening. Miss Hellman, daughter of Mi and Mrs Leo Hellman, left for Dubuque Friday where she en- tered St. Francis Convent. She was a 1955 graduate at St. John's. Mrs Lemvay of St. Paul is Here for a visit with her daughter, Mrs George Doocy and tamily. Mr and Mrs Nick Doocy arc parents of a sori born Aug. 20 in Esthcrville. P l: Kn- lru;i. F-.-n- tun. Doe.-n'i dertul e-ii And 1 b them all! these U>H judge, v.'. ners mo- But We've Kcipe- tl fre.-l 3 Powei-Packed Days & Nites at KOSSUTH MOTOR! lh:s S'Und like a \\'oii lectl'in (il de.-.Sei t idea.-'? avc-n't even mentioned You'd think \vith al' id '. ideas, tile bo:ii'd oi iiild be ending tiiejr dm- i t elegantly Uii.-e day teen MI bu~y judyi a.1 our d uit, up V "lie i J1VOV. , We're Kuch'.'n. 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