The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 11
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ckuse t lof 6 M etitw arid lUifte ttf eat,. oh ffife : third, i Thuh'diy of r November M'teally liVe it upi Traditionally : My alwlys ^ sta# home orf ;thii Holiday and hivit« some , of;tH| i.UMly t dyer (of Thanksgiving "Hirihe'r. And sonAe* times I ge't strMajbped tip in the -dinner pan of this arrangehient that I sort of neglect the thanks glying. , v . •. , two can't ibe MnlDfhM .very . ly—in:fadt 'tHafS the real reason behind the 1 ; tyholS celebratfrM .The PilgHM ? ;f,4tK»8.:Had.bless* ings to bfe thankful fdr. so .ike's* asked ;;th6, .Pilgiim .Mothers to* 'eobk Up * feast, v Arid T'lik£ to thuik tKa|.:, tfte Priideric«^<arid Pricillas ' of-.-j Plymouth Gblbny said a little prlyef of thankful- ,neSs. as 'they poured the brine 'off .the hominy such as.we still do .today as we thffW -out .the vegetables from the deep-freeze. To preja*> tharil^'giylrig ^In- Her I must fill a grocery list,arid I find that in the process of doing •so I caivalsq add to'my Thankful , List. On the way to the v store I pass . Ko'ssuth County s fine new court house. I m V 6 ! confess that I've not yet -been inside the building,.but just the same I'm grateful that.it, and the! thifcls it stahas'lor .Wl theto -.,. PHIrlms,cariie.f6 Atrilrica/to find frefedom' and tft'fe- f IgHts that. are* protected 4nd-'the la"ws, that .are 4 enforced by the (processes irf that cdirtt hdu'se ardspart bf the»herl* tag's handfd ddwn^dm thefn.' - i<j the iisht 6n rtijf watf to the stbre art vthr'ge chiifches^ At?6ss, to'wri arl ;|ouf othefS, haVe: good .frie'nds who;• wor inSli.df th^se clutches and 61 them,. nor... aftjtehe f#pn% the g&'Vetitiffieft't; '$/& v ^UefltlSns Jn€ fight'.ttF cHbosefijitir 6W6 dfen- bmiriitibh; TH6 ominatibn. Tne Filgrinjs were 'ilgo austere^fot. Iny'^tastesi .but th'ey Had' th^;; right i- We8- .Whet, th*^ maihtairted that^e'verydftg, Midtild be able to ,#6rsKip a's ,th'S'y pleSSe', . .•>. •- ?.f.. 4 ; ; « - : • • Tfii cfih'dreri : . ' W« sffiaihina out 6f "School as I go to buy rrty Thanksgiving groceries. They are/dfeliifiOus at thtf prospect of a holiday, vacation. Next Mon^ day .they'll be back at their'dfSki engaged i in. abspfbini , a little Wifi f§ The Portland Progress club met' Ai the home of Mrs" Kenneth Bblie on Nov. 17, with Mri David Bolie and Mrs Earl Shipler as* sistirig hostesses. ( The chairman reported 'on the recent county committee meet- Ing which she had attended. Plans were made for the annual club Christmas party to be held soon. . .Guest speaker of the day was Mrs Max Goldman of Titonkd. -She spoke in a very interesting fashion on "Life Behirid the Doors of a Methodist Parsonage." The meeting closed with a delightful lunch. funnV. :«A4 first I tS give m «t-4«t«:'o.. * sfee Cluny -Wa* 'going hea«.* car Mm . . hiore -'education. • All. ol the: .time I'm illna'rikf ul. -.thai our 'childfeti have good . schools but I'm; al* ways a little more enthusiastic about it after I'vfi'had the youngster's around the ..house during 'vacation.' At present, our ehil-. dren's school buildings are quite a bit less than adequate but.'^ve can all 1 do , Something; about | it when the bond issue 'comes .'Up Dec. 5. Good schools are the cbrh- nu'nlty's responsibility arid one 6f the community's biggfests assets. I mustn't forget to put good schools'- on my. tharikful list. • •: • -*. •*. '.,' * ' ••'.•• is the 'main dish' oi our Thanksgiving,, dinner just 'as it was back- m P.lyrributh colony. 'apaXpilgrim had. to go out m he' woods' and shoot a wild bird 'of Uhe: original feast. Mania Pil- ;riih, "waiting at, home, had. the abundance Of wild ganie- arid the ' ' L. S. BOHANNOH I don't nded Collision insurance, not me, I riev0r;haVe v ,an accident! So 1 park ihe ,;caf on! a hill .— it rolls, a hMi block and; orashes into^a fcref. Damage —" $38'6. Would, that bill &*& thfiVe-^fiia Colfcftfc? Insurancee|qr.about ten yeArs?. For the answers to, Insurance - questions,, feel • f if ee to call me' at the Boharinon Insurance Agency, Phone >103. magic 'of irpught ' 'the blunderbuss that ",fl o'wri " to . be tharik ' Euf'for. Toda^, I:go to the' tele- phoiie'and order my turkey. Papa gets into 'the .cat and. goes ,to pick it' up. "The telephone -f thatsv'sbmethingp haVe . to .. : be» thahXful. for.' vjt's yi; mixed blessing it. is' true, especially when it calls Father: oi^f ,an . tpe middle ' of 'the night or whep I Waste ' thirty perfectly • fgo"o. d think' it's iUegal'tb serve , it with>, out? it. Mrs Pjlgrirri went out th^bbg" and picked hep cra'n- befnes ; arid they were: pretty eompared • to - the luscious oiSeg.wd S6^6 now at the tiirri'bf Particular one conies from Mrs* ' g ; cari' bjierier or the opertjng of a, ' I rtiad: some 'plafce; , ,., j days of the AHi- Bricari 'Ceignles, one yea* they h'ad a-terrttirj, sahdstdrm. .Every- 1 b'ne, got .re'fil gloomy: because,they thought the. Cranberry crop' was a goner for strife.' But when they scraped off the debris they found the berries ivere bigger and bet-! tef than-eVer 'arid it revolutlori- ized pe'oiile'S ideas of cranberry farming",. So. for cranberries- bigger, arid'."better—I am thankful. I ., .. .. . : •:. »•... • •* • • . When -1 gel all iKe goodies lo- gether fo'r the Thanksgiving din-; ner ; I take them hotae arid stash, them in the refrigerator until Thursday morning.' 'Refrigerator —that's 'another item- for my thankful list' along":' with such other modern miracles., as automatic washers, iroriers, v'accuum sleepers and central heating; People' .got alorig^ MtHput f them just fine, for centuries but, 1'iTt, SlatA.fi-- don't iha've to: for in the ym'e'-saved by'thern I can do all sorts 'of things'like listen ,to the radio;.w'a.tph .telf vision and ; -write Cpjiirn'ns/.'.-We/ |als 'of today pc- cp'iipnally''complain, of "standing ovor 'a hot stoVe4ll 'day-^-workjng ,. . 1 cup' shoftening • fj 1 . ciip' brawn sugar ; |' %,cup: white sugar '•'-%; 3 e^gi.' ". , ;••}:•. :*i 1 cup raisins soaked m warrn " 2 :;cups drained Jruit c 1^4 cups niit meats : , : t i tsp. :vanilla , $£ . ^ r tsp. soda ' . • .'2 1-tsp. baking powder '•$ 4 cups flour . f 1 tsp. each cinnamon cloves^ Cream sugar, shortening tjtj- gether . Beat the eggs and stir m. Add fruit 'cocktail and niil meats.- Srft the., spda,- baking powder, flour and spices togethM 1 . Sift some of this mixture over raisins and dredge. Combmfe dry ingredients with the remairj- ing ; ingredients and raisins. Drdp by teaspoonsful on to greased cookie sheet. Bake-at 400 degre'fis until golden brown. GRACE. The Algona Upper Des .Moin nas the largest circillatioh^in Kp suth county of any^'t>ublication';t Studer Girls 4-H Hosts, Prairie Prairie Pals 4-H met Nbv. 12 at the August Studer home, with Darlene and Deloris Studer as hostesses. New officers were installed. Gloria Wise is president, Julie Nygaard is vice president, Ruth Wise is secretary-treasurer, Deloris Studer is historian, x Merle Ann Harig is historian and Melissa Nygaard is photographer. Darlene Studer and Helen Lickteig.. are committee chairmen. The next meeting is Dec. 10 at the Herman Wise home. 6nt voting prtclncl, and for. will...bid, >ltfce therefor will .bid . at .th jehooi building ideated in ,. Kossuth County, l(pa, at whtcL irtid place^ all of jh« ^ttallfltd -V6t4f| it said Sohool District are hereby notified to appear. This nolle* i« ilven by order of the Board pf Dltetttors ot .the, Algona ebrninvrfiHy Schftel Dldthct purttftnt ttt trie* provision* «rf Chflptef 296, Code, ot Iowa, 198+, and w a sufflcieht petition with the reqfliSlte 8ljma?ur«* In «e* cofdffnco (herewith a"fto ait ^Mefed by a reiolutian, adopted by-the. Board of Directors on the S6tK day of OctobePj Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 24th day of October, tflSS. Inez Wolf : . Secretary, Board of Directors (Published NW. 3, 10; 17 rfftd 24. 1935, In The Algeria, Iowa, Upper Das MolneS) . vtotict or PtJBLtC NOtfCE Is hereby given to (he qualified- vqMfs of the Burl Cdrn- munity.Schaol Plttriot, In the County of KoiAith, Statt.iSf l<fW«, tha d t a tfe- clal election ha« been called dnd ordered to be Reid in arid Mr Mid School DUtrlct on the 9th day of December, 1955, whereat there will be submitted .voter* of said Burt Community DWtflct, t6 be uy therrt voted upon, the following proposition, to- wit * "Shall the Board of. Directors of the Burt Cofhmunlty Sehoo! District, in the County of Koisuth, State of town, issue bands in an amount not to exceed $280,000.00 for the purpose of carrying but a schbol building program consisting of reconstructing and equipping the present schbol building and cdnstructlng and cqulppfng an addition thereto In and for said Schbol District?" The 1 .poll* for Said election will be bpefi frorrt twelve o'clock nbon utitil _,.,.. o'ctock p.m; of slid day In ,a, 4 ,4.ec^n U 1?i who, t *_6f - - n ?A ortA torltr Sipaillhl Aurtcffy id for C^m- . of this qual- District murtlty Sthdol District Has , solldate'd Intd aftd wilt• dt>nf(inif< 6M voting prtclnct *nd .IHelpalHhj* pW«« thtfreror frill Vt at thf Burt City Mftll localed In the Town of Burt, Burt Township, Kossuth County. Iowa, at which, time and place all of tr Ifted voters of ftld School a« hereby ntttlft«d W.appear. This notice IS'giv«fi &?, order of the Board of DlrectoH Of Oit Burt COtn- !himlfy r Sefioftl DlsJfWt, { pursuant t» the provisions of Chapter 298, Code dt Iowa, 1D54, and 16, a suffKlont pc- tltlon with the requisite 'signatures In accordance therewith arrtJ as ordered by a resolution adopted, by the Board of Directors on the 7trf dny of November, 1985. • , v Dated at Butt, 'Iowa, this 7th dny ot November, 1059. j Mrs O. M. Graham Sccrotary. S6ard of Directors NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters o£ the Algona Community School District, in the County ot Kossuth, State of Iowa, that a special election has been called and ordered to be held in and for said School District on the 5th day of Becember. 1B55, whereat there will be submitted to the 'voters of said Algona Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition to-wit: "Shall the Board o£ Directors of the Algona Community School District, In the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, issue bonds in an. amount not to i exceed '$544,000.00 , for the purpose of carrying out a school building progiam consisting of erecting and equipping two elementary school buildings, procuring tWo school sites, erecting and equipping an addition to an existing school building and purchasing land to add to the site already owned and procuring and improving "a site for an athletic field in and for said School District?" The polls for sdld election will be open from twelve > o'clock noon until seven o'clock P'.M. of said day and for said election the whole of, said Community School District has been consolidated into and will constitute HOUSE AUCTION Saturday. Nov. 26,'55 2 P.M/ Sale to be held at 1500 EdstElm St. where property is located t This is a cozy 4 room hou^e with 2 bedrooms, full lot 66x13(2 ft. City water now in. Also electric lights, using natural.gas. Reason for selling, I have purchased larger place in same neigh- borhood. Terms $500 down date of sale. Balance on Jan. 1, 1956 w|(6n abstract and deed*will be furnished.-.* Possession immediately. Owner H, M. Colwell, auctioneer .mih Wri' " . utes just yakking over it, but ri'k 61'the .miles of -walking' it s"aves jme^ and the. contacts with frien4s.it keeps 'for me. , And Jhe aid it. can s'umrnp'n In major and rriirior 'emergencies. . The- auto-I'm very "thankful for,.it. . I'd probably never .get any far- •ther than State street if it were ._T> » ; i , ' 1 i ' . tl- ___ ' not for* that invention. if • • • . • • -•' :You., jusf hWe to- have crah: berry-'sauce\ for. Thanksgiving;. I |ind yourself in the rit when the phone rang upstairs our fihgers"to Rilgrirfi v, .shjald ' :the bone. 1 ; have had good. ' She ; .cooked dinner fireplace • and Mrs it _ so the first over an her auto- Jostpdrle a confidential qall for laok of privacy ? I hen you n@ad additional phones The whole family will enjoy: haying additional telephpncs in the bedroom, kitchen, basement. I| saves time and steps: gives yow |dded protection and privacy. And telephones we now available in attractive colors-eight glantorpu* slwdps blendmg with uny decor. / It costs very little to equip your home wnh ?4* i&Wcpftoncs-uHd a call o V.our Telephone Office is all it takes 16 make arrucmcats, Open rnatlc temperature control of the oven didn't -work wortn a darn! "•'••\. ••-.•.;*'.• '•* * E.qrly Thanksgiving morning I get-up to pop the turkey into the oy'eh'. I like to roast it long and sjow, wr'apped in a butter-dipped cheese cloth and resting in an unobvered'.nan. I always stew a little bit along with the, roasting. Will the bird be tender? Will therft be enough for everyone with lots left over? Will.it come out .nice ah'd brown? .The kids love Thanksgiving morning and they help .-with the dinner preparations.. ./Sometimes it takes only a couple more hours to get ready thari-it would if they didn't help me. . We' get out the lace tablecloth, move the table fo the living room and wipe the dust off the good china. Pretty soon (he grandparents arrive and there's just the' gravy to make and the potatoes to mash and we can proceed with the festivities. * * • On the first Thanksgiving there were many vacant chairs in- the family circle for the first year in the new' world was a rugged one. Grandparents, fathers, mothers, arid children died. Scarcely a family" was left untouched and the gratitude at the first Thanksgiving was tempered by the sadness in the hearts. As I look around our Thanksgiving table at tjpe children, fat and sassy, at the grandparents, active and enjoying life and at Father prt'sidina over the gathering, I think ho\v grateful I am that those nearest and dearest to me can be with us for Thanksgiving. - ' » * » We bow pur heads while one of the children takes his turn at asking the. blessing. It's a short prayer; it' doesn't postpone the mprrjent Q f eating an instant longer fhan necessary. And it doesn't begin to cover all the things tor which we are truly grateful. "Thank You Lord, for everything", ends the prayer we sometimes use. We hope that it ^wiil somehow convey our Thanksgiving for the bounty of flis blessings. : * * * Wednesday evening. Npv. 30 the Eighth Graders' Oance Club begins. . For the past several yegrs now, Pella Moxley "has taught social dancing to these young people at the time in their Wyes when they need it most. <Tjiey not only learn to da_nce they also learn the correct things to do when you are a host to a party or a guest. The or»ly charge is 15 cents per meeting to cover expenses. • Any eighth 'grader in Kossuth .cpiinty is invited to attend and if you are Interested and haye not yet signed'up, write or phone Mrs Merle Moxley at Algona. The classes are from 7:3Q to 8:3Q. in'the evening at Luciii Wallace; gym. |f you would like snoihej eppkie repipe frpfla the recipe contest, you might try these Fruit CockjUrl Colics. Several entrants sera this recipe, but this Watch your Step! Be sure you get a Modern Truck look for new CONCEALED SAFETY STEPS r a mark of today's most, modern trucks that new Chevrolet Task- Force trucks bring you. They $foy clear of snow, mud and ice to giv| you firmer, safer footing. 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