The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 22
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''*••• #.'•" Upjiw 5e* Thuj^ey, ,^.'J,.-atf>,-i,','ni; i; ab'dut iS .fSnlilfc ' p,et Co&chSr be longing w Came,, Margaret an< William; ftufaht. ; Ac6drdlrtg, it the famil^ 'CbfieHef likes to greet each metober 'of the family with-- K* hand •shike each morn ihfe and repeats the Ceremony With William hoping ,fof, a ear fide OV«r to sowrfarmland while he does the Chores, At the wesl end of this land is & high hill cut down Quite sharply to the hew supeiS highway, where" cats Sfe cdfet4;htly;«pa$M$orth ( iant] soUth. CifecheV; ft&atr h%ell aj the top of ;this erhinettce and Watches the. traffic, ' His.' social manner, asserts •Itself and turn- ing ctos. TM^rMjr/' Wonders if Coacher shbdldsW Invade Algona's city ' •* Edgar. Beigen'a writers .should be a little "'rit&t e •«ertajn .of their 1 authors. Last week-Dickens . credited wl^h ''Little/ Women/! As a matter of ifsct,' fcotiisa May, Alcott was the author and I might add it is ., my fayorite book of books.' , I ,w"6ftder how fnany times I've read it.> /It iiever loses it's charm' arid appeal. \. ' ' .- •: • VV;-;> '•'• •• "' '' : ••"•'. The L. E. Liknan* were recently in Chicago Where Luke attended a National Demociatic"coriV.en- tion, banquet arid: all.' 'this left Mrs I^ihnaittoia'museiiiergeif :b$it that's ; Sn^easy^hlrig'' ih a 'coy—- plentyVoJjp ! re,tt]eslto^lbdk at, .even if one.. :d^sWtMbuy^aiid ' to Sit ''' once upon a time, all fluffed up ir a gossamers white frock oh which Was pasted mdny goldeh stars. Of yes, i even had.a croWh of golc and a wafld/-:Wifh a star fasten- ed'to the end,' Ves, there was even a "star in my crown*" possU bly the only one I'll "ever have. ., . ... . ».,..• * ... . -. • 'ton Anhft Madsbtt is confined to her home much of the time but she did get away a few ,d&ys ago when her daughter. Mrs I'Heinle" Stebritz took .Tier up to see the 'Christinas; displays and the street de,c6ratjohs. It was indeed a pleasure'and she was able to get. into the stores and browze around as long as .she Wished, .Everyone fells me the stores afe" unusually well stocked thte year. • • • * Dan Ehgesser called his friends t.6' turffe in.on TiV. Friday .evening and see Mitch- Miller, band director, with whbm he talked last August at the Iowa State fair in Des Moines. Dan and his mother Were in the audience when Mitch said 7 he'd be glad to answer any questions. Dan, who has a fine collection of Miller's records, and is an ' ardent 1 "fan" ipok£ Up and asked if he thought 'Vellpw Rose of Texas", a prime 'avo'rite'of Dan's would ever be made into a musical. Miller he- iltated a bit then answered, 'Yes, it could be if a sponsor or 'nnoal" nnolA Kn F n .. n M » - husbahd, Mr iafid Mrs Oils : ,£acU tockn fhfe P«dd6ek r S: dalightef Patsy «rls beiftg maffkd ; Dec. / 20 ftttd Mrs Botlrne. a Idftg tWe |bved - fri&Hd ( .v Is;"gfawdh* Patsy/ The; wedding -jtist Hot be cdmplete without hettMi*s Bourne and her late husband, Will, spettt sb Jtttafiy wihtefjj ift. Phiiefiix it is fl '6&tbhd hfimfei Shdj will also spend cdnsidef able" $$&. With; Florence Patterson Hewird whose parents, the Ed Patfersoh^, in th Ing te :fuJ(iijU4t',wa'tch- ' ' the Coniadmiftbii,' plenty .of the •>"i time. ; .;.•.,-.-•- ,•:•>.:ft. w.r •;.<.; •->.•;.'.,••,. Mhink the Posts' Thanluglving dinner was-'the 'largest I. heard about;' Thirty-nine in all, counting the family. I asked Lrtwde how .in the world she took care of them. She is very, resourceful I know, and this time was ho exception. .The ;tufkey, all twenty- eight pounds of hin} was put in the 'oven at 2 a.ni., and since Lizzie was'Sick that night, she Was up at intervals to keep, an eye oh the bir,d. . The< worst-part of it was sliie Was tod sick-Thanksgiving day to eat, even one' tiny nidfsel of the bird ^fter all her work on' him.-'• 'Two" tables and trays-solved the serving problem and one guest remarked, "It all •went off like icldck work." We didn't httT* turkey for Thanksgiving but we: have had two 'pheasants,.: thanks to ;thd th,pughtfulness ?ahd generosity, of Harold ', VanAllen, ' and" Gordon Kflhit:•:-'• ,•:>''•'*•"••"•• ••-• ; - •>• ••••>- 'angel", could be fouhfl." "' ',. *,,- :.,** .,•'.ago Joyce Heeron live'd m ,our apartment several months, She was a lovely child, pretty as kJpiCtUre and' good, as • gold most of ; the "-time. Today .when. I phoned her for a .news item she told me how. she -and her hus band. Dale and the little girli flew \ to Hampton to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. By the ' Wildest imagination, when I knew her as the little, girl, I wouldn't have. pictured Mier as *i_ii.wii_^. • j.*- .*»! '- "_•..!.*•-.. i *T. traveling husband via -plane 1 With . her arid children. How ,.,. , .. . U wai quite • time ai'iKe Geo. BallUffs on0 njght hojt long ago vf ; heri ; twenty "'three women got to 'WitHri-f**.*!**.'^? /It^Wt^M U.H «^.«^_. tkke.'parjRl Pi Jy'the, 1*09) twA ,.'6r.'\ thV" ui^jei'iiip ; '.'g important. i)as "dpsV that vfill I ;.progr^ra^. T _'s-V|fh'b 'h'ave . . .reii,..--possibly st. ready, 'for the all- inif' 'r -T'\iiia •"'''a'! u f airy" planes Have caught on—and how old it makes one feel to* Have tots grow up and have families. • • * It's in the air, this urge to get away ,from the cold and snowX The A.^ R. Cruikshanks should have pushed oh /the lines and shoved away sooner, but perhaps by Tuesday, Dec. 6 it will be fitter traveling weather than it is today. . They .are, going .to Des Moines for a brief visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roland Grefe, then on to Brownsville, Tex., to be gone till April 1. I asked Mrs Cruikshank if she. had room .in the.back seat for a passenger. She" laughed and replied it would , be pretty well filled. The apartment they have rented does not have bedding, dishes and several things Mrs-Crujkshank thinks necessary, so these necessities are being Mrs Carrie Boi^rne ha>. a winter .vacation' planned,'• that I wouldn'.t mind-, duplicating' ,in aajt. • She as leaving 'Wednesday for-Phoenix, Ariz.,, arid will be .guest' of Gladys Tribpn' and her were . friends , o| , many , Florence \y as 'W'idow.ed several years ago and the daughter Nad<> iHe wa,S married 4 'few' years alo 1 ; Water Mrs Bourne will go to San Diego, Calif, to visit Mrs Mary Wood, wife of the former Good Hope pastor, arid to Olehdale to Visit '& hepHeW finds Hi8 'wife, Mr aftd Mrs.Ch'arles Barrtckman."'! don't know how long she will be- gone, in fact I don't believe she had decided herself, but she said after that she was going' .to Cleveland, Ohio to spend v the test 'Of the winter with her daughter Julia and husband, Mr and -Mrs Robert Cutler. Anyhow,. it sounds like a wonderful trip. "Sania Claus" is •'•'' coming ,ip lowrl," at least the 'living room !ooks like it, for dolls peer at us 'rbm table and chest. Esther is the "Mrs . Claus" and . she ..has made a Couple of yarh dolls and a couple of Rockford sock dolls, all very cute. Little Rex Post was so intrigued by a black yarn one made by Esther's .sister, Pat Cook, Esther duplicated it for Rex. Lizzie brought him over to get it as I wanted to see his reactions. That smile was worth a million and the. way he clutched the dollto his manly little bosom was worth the effort of rrjaking the toy. One mistake was made by Esther. When he accidentally dropped the doll, Esther, tossed; it to him. That gave him ideas.' He sure caught' on fast, and •from then on it was hard to make" him understand the doll was ; for . caressing not tossing and .'catching. Isn't it amazing. how : quickly a child 'picks Up .things /like that? . i .• . . .». - • ...... . i. •• Again lo 1896— Joe Sleil^s nbw You, Too, Cart ahhounced this the Dllf. put in, n^ in twglelothihg sliafe ri ,td ? Llve«bf6 ; Sat* ' Christmas Club Now -"-•". •••*'&• -; ,-. HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loon Pay ; > ' - ' * L ^ • Weekly or Monthly ; V ' '.•'*•'''h''.''i--''ii:-' :'.i'.'>,:-&£C\&' : .-y!fW^ r^l^ii^ilifliii^^ ^^^^^^W^^^SSi^l^ii^M^;^ ^K:;it$i$?Mff K'!| ?-Wv : ; ; '5 •*#•$&'•& 1^?*--V#!$£y< ^ ''"'M :: OT :f :'f^I/'^ -.lsf.K-^ <.' , :;1£T:PvSf.••••fePlJfe^ • ayijy|$^^ 50t fer 50 Weeks li__$ 25.00 1.00 F6r 50 Weeks >!__$ 50.00 2.00 For 50 Weeks —_$ 100.00 5.00 Ror 50 Weeks $250.00 1.0,06 For 50 Weeks —.$500.00 Plan Next -'.'> '.'>" 't& Christmas 48-49-50-51-52 FEED Mor-Gain ft&tee I i '. T - II from 4 days to 4 weekt. Aerial growth bootffnf * pw-ewep feed. Helps Simulate runts and nutritional ft*. , btekrUeauM It ebntaJtvfilOO flrairn of Antlbfotict p«r jw»' • plu» all •tiential growth nutrient*. ' ' ''*.-* , JEPW£ W THf MQR-OAIN PROGRAMS I Pliim preek Elevator Go. •* 5 ;•• • •• Phone 105-ii Algona • • - ijhere are four carcasses pictured above. Directly under each of the carcasses is the :; £cfucjl "cut-ill^' from'ihe^careass 1 directly above it. ':-"'^f'.."''••"? f.$tA^ '.•:• r -' ;: •<".,'?:'''' ••'... •'• ' ' •*%** ««e«iAi mttf* *m •>*«•«A *^% •*«• . AM 4* ««• •««'••&•«%»« "lA * $. ^' I -foe s a secret... The "One-Fifty" 2-doar sedan—one of 4 mocfcfo foi Chevrolet's smart and sprightly "One-Fifty" teria. Ifs one of Chevrolet's New "®SHS-afW3Fl"' series . .. fte lowest priced of all the new Chevrolets. i You'd never know it to look at all that chrome treatment or to 5PVTHWICT Qf fed that new power ^^M^^ ranging up to 205 H. P, • ..^^SJr * * Come in soon and let us tell you its big secret-its low price tag! ' KOSSUTH MOTOiTca S9UA8I The piclyre answers the question "WHICH LITTLE PlG WENT TO MARKET FAT?" . " '" '"'/'''• '" ' ' . " ' ' ' : " ;| The .picture illustrates well the point that the amount of leanness in the carcass Is fiat gives the^hog! value;^ p^emiurht valued as a MEAT* fYPEf HOG. The carcass at the right, the heaviest of the lot, has no more actual lean meat than the lightest carcass — bytjt has a lot, more .lard. Bac|<fat thickness is the difference. It only makes common sense in raising and marketing of hogs to follow a breeding and marketing program which will enable the pork raiser to get his hogs to market as quickly ds possible, and in a Condition that will bring the premium price. ' ' 4 Pork has hot lost its rfiarket — there is no finer meat toddy than good pork, properly prepared. ftog r raisers/ by following the practices which raise and market MEAT TVPE hocjs, will not only benefit themselves by premium prices' but they will help to develop'morefully the great ^market for good pork. '• ' * I Wi ff * "il No Limit! WESTERN BUYERS PAYS PREMIUM PRICES FOR MEAT-TYPE HOGS Buying Hogs Is Our Business, And Our ONLY Business. We Will Come TP Tour- Farm. And Tell You Your Amount of Premium With Delivery To Us Any Working Day. V Wi LIKE MEAT-TYPi' BUT Wi BUY THiM Alt Serving Mid-West Pork Raisers For 25 Years •^^, . , . ' ; SELLING W QViR ?00 PROCI5SOHS 9F PORK i)f^ . * "t: ,f

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