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4«Alfltt«fl (la.) Upper Det Mo!n«4 Thursday, bctotw 27, 1955 Someone once suggested thai if I ever got stumped for a column subject I could make up some lists of things I like and some things I don't like. "You can go on and oh about such things", the reader suggested, "and though nobody else gives a darn what you do or do not like, it sure helps to fill up the paragraphs." Well, this week I sure ' need a column subject. . * * > • • The Good Housekeeping magazine has been running a little feature in the back of the book. It's called, "10 Things That-Make My Heart Beat Faster". They've had Jinx Falkenberg, Jane Picke~ns, Jane Withers, Peter Lind Hayes and his wife, Mary Healy and some of the'things that raise their pluse rate are Taking off in a DC-7, when you are introduced to the President of the United States, and Hooking a big fish off the Florida coast. I have, experienced none of these things but there are lots of things that make my Heart Beat Faster and here are 10 of them: 1—Running up steps too quickly. 2—Sunshine after several days of rainy • weather or a shower after a long, hot, dry spell. 3—An unsolicited hug, kiss or sign of affection from any of our children when I least expect it. Especially when I've been mean' and crabby. 4—The sight of a golden brown; bubbly casserole of macaroni and cheese. (Nobody else in our family likes it.) 5—The "Going Home" theme from the New World Symphony. 6—The smell of freshly-laundered, sun-dried clothes and the essence of home-made bread baking. 7—The crease in the back of the neck of a tiny baby. 8—The organ prelude at church —that peaceful interval in which to make the transition from the hurly-burly of Sunday morning to the worship service. 9—When a long awaited letter arrives, preferably with check enclosed. 10—Helen Hayes — her voice and her acting. > ; - • f • * •• » • • On the other hand, • I have another list? It's { y',10, Very Unpleasant Sensation's?' '• 1>—The suspicion that you have just swallowed a fly. 2—Finding a mouse's calling card in the silverware drawer. 3—A Cold Sore. 4—The smell of Ben Hur perfume generously daubed on little girl's hair. 5—When your feet "go to sleep" and you don't realize it until you try to step on them. 6—A cat rubbing against your ankles. 7—The sound of raucous laughter during a serious dramatic scene at the movies. 8—A headache. 9—A wife nagging her husband (or vice-versa) when there are others present. 10—The knowledge that you have hurt someone's feelings or that you have made a fool of yourself. * * * Maybe I'm not as romantic minded as I should be, but I'm getting a little sick and tired of hearing about the Princess Margaret - Townsend romance. I wish she'd either kick over the traces and marry him or give him up and get it over with. \ realize Margaret is considered the world's property but her joys and her heartbreaks certainly can't be any more intense than those of any other girl having difficulties in her love life * » ¥ Her highness hasn't called upon Grace for advice lately, but just the same I have a few words for her. I don't think .she's so hot at picking men. Peter is way too old for her and he's not even so very good looking. Even if he weren't a divorced man with all the religious complications that brings, I still think Margaret could do better. But she's lived all her life with the handicap of royal blood and she's hardly ever been completely alone with n man let alone shop around a bit. And although chaperones have always frowned upon it, a little smooching in dark corners can help a gal make up her mind as to whether the man is Mr Right or not. Maybe Margaret should consult her Uncle Edward and her Aunt Wallis. I Wonder if they would act as they did if they could live their great romance all over again. • • • Floyd Holt owes the famous movie star, Broderick Crawford fifty cents! If Iowa had beaten U. C. L. A. in the football game Friday night, it would have been Broderick sending Floyd the money. Floyd and his wife, Bea have just returned from California and one night last week they were at a hotel in Los Angeles with several ex- Algonans—Sally and Lou Tigges, Jess and Midge Beamish and Ruth and Jerry Allen. When the movie star came into the room, Floyd recognized him and for a gag, said, "There's my old pal, Brod Crawford." His friends egged him on a bit so Floyd, thinking the worst that he could get was the cold shoulder, went up to talk With him. Mr Crawford was very friendly. He introduced his press agent to Floyd, bought him a drink and they started talking football. Floyd was willing to support his alma mater's chances to the tune of fifty cents so the addresses were exchanged. But he sure wished it had been Broderick Crawford sending him the money, instead. . J • ' - * *,•;-*? ,' The Holts were also guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Dick Dale. Dick, as we all know, is a local boy now a member of the Lawrence Welk orchestra and a featured singer on their Saturday night television show. From the way people around here enjoy Dick's singing I thought he had probably received a lot of fan mail from Algona but Dick told the Holts that h.e had had only a couple of letters) This situation can be, remedied by writing to the,, Lawpence Welk rpgram, *ABC-3^vUZlollywo6cl. Too many of us neglect to show our appreciation even of the things we most enjoy. • * • A few weeks back I wrote in this column about George L. Herter's idea of the perfect french frying fat. He recommends beef suet so I got me a bunch of it, fried it out and I've been using it ever since. It works just fine. No after taste even when you make a batch of doughnuts right after french frying shrimp. And you can leave the fat right in the fryer. * * * Last week the recipe contest included several recipes for both THESE WOMEN! By d'Alessio THE WORKIKG GIRL "Don't give up hope. I haven't looked in tha oddest places yet I" Cranberry Nut Bread and Carrot Bread which were very similar. These are both very good so I'll share them with you. This is how Vivian Dutton of Bur' makes Cranberry Bread. 1 cup cranberries % cup sugar 3 cups flour 4 teasp. baking powder 1 teasp. salt J /4 cup chopped walnuts grated rind of 1 orange 1 egg, beaten 1 cup milk 2 tablsp. melted butter Put cranberries through food chopper,, mix with half the sugar. Sift remaining sugar with dry ingredients; add nuts and orange rind. Combine beaten egg, milk and melted butter and add to flour mixture. Fold in sweetened cranberries. Bake in butter bread pan iri moderate oven about one hour. ; This bread •slices best.' when one day old. ;This is' : Mrs'Richard L. Underwood of Cylinder's Carrott Bread: 2 tablsp. shortening 2 cups ground carrots 2 cups raisins 2 cups water 2 cups sugar 1 teasp. cinnamon 1 teasp. allspice Boil the above ingredients to- gether'for 10; minutes. Let cool and add' the following: 4 cups flour ; 2 teasp. sbda "/4 teasp. salt • ;. Bake* .in two Ipaf pans at 350 degrees 'for one hbUr.'This bread was a state fair prize winner. —GRACE. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION or ALGONA RURAL LINE NUMBER IS, A Corporation TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Public notice is hereby given that Algona Rural Line Number 15, a corporation, organized under the provisions of Chapter 431 of the 1954 Code of Iowa, with Its principal place of business at Algona, Iowa, by the unanimous action ef its stockholders has been dissolved as of the date of September, 28. 1855. John Schnakenbcrg President John Weber Secretary-Treasurer •'•(Published! Oct. 6. 13, 20 and 27, 1955. in "he Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moines) L. S. BOHANNON If any of the farm animals stray onto the road and cause an accident, my Farm Liability Insurance covers the personal injuries, property damage/ medical expenses and court costs. Can it also be arranged to pay up to $200 for my farm animal killed? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per 100 Lbs. Gain" INRAL M Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And yeu can got first class RESULTS with your hogs on Sargent Min- ral Meal. Results on corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up to 6 bushels of corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary com feeding. That cuts normal corn costs in half. If corn is $1.50, you can save up to $9 cash per 100 pounds of gains. On a 200 pound hog, that adds up to $18. Sargent Minral Meal gets such big corn savings RLSULTS, because it has the genuine pork building ingredients. Blends these into a great money-saving hog supplement. Sargent Minral Meal has vitamins, proteins and minrals plus extra factors. On Minral Meal, hogs just naturally make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag - All At One Low Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers of Famous Saigsnt Feeds" Ledyard Junior Play, "Cupid In Pigtails," Friday Ledyard — The Junior Class of Ledyard Community High School is presenting "Cupid in Pigtails," Friday, Oct. 28. Here it is folks— a suspenseful, uproarious comedy that will keep you laughing from beginning to end. Mabelle McAdams (Pat Mileti), a pretty widow with three chil- dren—Todd (Francis McDonald); Gail (Ruth WalHhtine); Susy (Marilyn King); finds herself in bad financial circumstances. She calls upon Aunt Dorothea Vanderford (Ann Egesdal) who moves, in'bag and baggage to take over. Todd, Gail and Suzy go into n huddle to marry Mama to Murchison Fogg (Jerry Risk) or Rollo Sappleton (Arden Runksmeier) or Carter Prescott (David King). Fogg has two children, Beasely (Richard Friets) and April (Shirley Ulsten), who further complicates the lives of Pete (Don Fennema) and Beth (Ruth Ploeger) Farley. Suzy turns herself into "Cupid iri Pigtails" and fixes everything up to suit herself with the aid of Squeegee Squires (Gerald Kra- mersmier) — that is when Squeegee can get out of site of Ollie Mae's (Pat Farrow) eagle eye. It is Gertie's (Doris Goetz:) job to keep the McAdams family in order. Now who is Herman Schmidt, the mad butcher? See "Cupid in Pigtails" Ledyard, October 28. Peggy Mayer, Darlene Kerk- hpve and Pamela Sue and John Gonias of Des Moines spent the weekend at the D. B. Mayer home helping Mr Mayer celebrate his birthday. Mrs W. E. Wiemer was in Algona on Wednesday evening attending a meeting of the Kossuth Conference on Education. Natalie Hardt who attends Mankato Teachers spent several days vacation at home while the teachers attended Convention. Linda Ternes who attends the Mankato Business College was also home for the weekend. Mi- and Mrs J. T. Whitcomb, Danny and Mary Beth of Morris, Minn., visited the past week at the J. F. Sullivan home. Mr and Mrs W. E. Wiemer left on Sunday for Des Moines to spend several days attending the Bankers Convention. Pat Sullivan who attends Mankato Teachers College spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr and MfS J, F, Sullivan. Mr and Mrs J. P. Sullivan and family visited Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Matt Krebsbach in Whittefnore. « Mrs Beyers who teaches sixth grade here was called home on Thursday when her husband who does carpenter work In Buffalo Center fell and broke his leg while working. Mr and Mrs D. A. Carpenter left on Monday morning for Gary, Ind., where they will visit a week at the home of a daughter and her family, the John Batch- : elofs. ' . •-.. HOBBY ' A. Kiron mechanic, M. E. (Mike) Lundell has an interesting hobby. He builds model steam engines. In over 40 years of work on his hobby, Lundell haa made 7' locomotives in his shop. He built his first model In 1912, WDM 6iagftili6<)f Pay Dividends , It takes a lot of courage to admit that sometimes you don't have any. Hfie InMi znneapo tis ANDREWS r"\ Hotel \ ' you'll be glad you did In the very center of the city- near depots, |theaters, wholesale district and all shopping. 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