The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1956 · Page 26
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m Tua>«*ay» • April 17, 1956 Mat Gtaiee Due to some misunderstanding 1^ havejnot received my invitation to.'your wedding ceremony which is taking place this week I have watched the mail every day' and though Hank Guderian did bring me a very welcome new • telephone book this morning, there was no while envelope with a crested royal message. Someone in your secretarial staff must have goofed or maybe you didn't know that due to new postal regulations you now have to write 209 S. Williams on my mail instead of just Algona, Iowa. • * • However, I am not peeved at you about the slip-up. I know that getting married sends any girl into a tizzy and you, with two ceremonies—civil and religious, are probably twice as mixed up as the average bride. To tell you send my regrets, anyway. I haven't got my Spring housecleaning done yet, I had bridge club at my house this week and Mary Ann has been home from school with a tummy upset. Besides, I don't have a single thing to wear. » » » I imagine you will be glad to get the whole thing over with and settle down to housekeeping. This business of having every aspect of your romance displayed to the world must be pretty wearing. Every time you change your dress, the fashion editors of the world gush over it; every word of sweet talk your" Prince cables you is lapped up by your Public. When your Pop pulled a Doo-boo by .hinting to the reporters that you always were a ittle head-strong, we heard about it clear out here in Iowa. the truth, i was going to have to It's a wonder you get enough privacy in which to take a bath, * • * '-.-;- ''• Now, I Hkd love, romance and marriage as much as the next gaJ and I'm always glad when a fam» otis person,' or a totally unknown one for that matter, finds happiness, fiut even I am'getting a little fed-up on reading so much about Kelly and Rainier. I knoW you can't help it that peo- ? le write so much about you and wouldn't have added to the reams of guff by doing this letter to you in Woman's World excepting that I simply couldn't think of another column subject. I tell you, Your Grace, this Grace sometimes gets pretty das- parate for something to write about. * * * Like most old married tedles, I like to give advice to brides. It seems to me. Grace, that fifteen years of living with the same man entitles me to give you a few tips. Not that I expect you to take me very seriously for every girl .has to find out for lerself but there are many things that husbands have in common whether he is a plumber or a prince. : -. • * * One thing I found out is thai if you expect to keep your husband in line^you have to put the ring in his nose early. If you are going to expect him to be of any help around the castle, hand him a dish towel and tell 'him to start drying right after the wedding supper. "Sou can probably get a hired girl to do these things in Monaco, but husbands are apt to WOMEN I Dear Mr, Drabnick* a man of many interest* 6%, 8%, 10% ...» stay with you longer if the pay i right. s "I'm not making up my mind to stay till I see how your water heater works." Can't blame her. Any woman who's had wash water run cold would feel the same. But with automatic GAS water heaters, there's always enough for laundry, dishes, bathing and for house-cleaning. $peed is the secretl Gas water heaters are 3 times faster than non-flame water heaters. And they cost a fraction as much to operate. See new long- lue models today. ONLY AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS GIVE HPT WATER TIMES FASTER March - April - May - Are "Gas Water Heater" Months! See The Following Algona Dealers FOR FULL INFORMATION AND FREE ESTIMATES ON A NEW GAS HOT WATER HEATER: Muckey Plumbing & Heating Funk Plumbing & Heating Sigsbee Plumbing & Heating Irons Heating & Plumbing Algona Plumbing & Heating Gamble Store North Iowa Sewing Machine Hall-Strahorn Hardware Beecher Lane Appliances Rapid Thermogas Co. Thomas Skelgas Swartz Algona Hardware Kohlhaas Hardware Coast-to-Coast Store North Central Public Service Co, Lois of guys, and your husban< may be one of them, think tha a chair or the closet floor is the best place to put their pants when they slip out of them. They also line to leave caps off of tooth paste and soggy towels all over the bathroom. Husbands are much easier to train when they still have Stardust in their eyes, so right away point out th* clothes hangers ai.J the towel bars. Some habits can seem endearingly casual during the honeymoon but they get to be downright sloppy for the rest of your married life. If you start them out right, you save all sorts of cleaner's bills, and wear and tear on your nerves and back. I wish somebody had told me this when I was first married. * * * All of us have io keep an eye on the husband when we let hirh off the leash for a night out, but it seems to me, Grace, that you have kind of a unique problem. Monaco has long been known for its gambling establishments and they are what puts butter on the Rainers' bread and mink on your shoulders. Some evening you'll get a telephone call from your better-half. He'll say he's going to be a little late for supper, Irt the background will be a jukebox playing and the clink of coins and the sound of wheels turning Unless you are very sharp he's going to get away with all sorts of shenanigans for he comes equipped with the perfect excuse He can say he's down at the Casino checking receipts and tending to business! In your career as an actress you made love to such dreamboats as Gary Grant, Jimmy Stewart and Bill Holden. Imagine doing that and getting paid forrit, 'oo! No wonder it took a kingdom, some palaces and several lillion dollars to win you away. 3ut even such a lucky break as jeing kissed by Gary Grant cnn be a handicap if you start comparing your Old Man to the nemory of your screen lovers. Many wives have become all 'ouled up by thinking about the men they think they could have married an'd if you should happen o get sort of wistful about How iweet Jimmy was, you might ask his wife if he, like the Prince nclines to be grouchy in the morning. If it should turn out hat His Royal Highness has a errific habit of snoring, remem- er that for all you know, and I rust you don't know, Gary may nore also. And if the Prince ooks a little less than dashing .-ith a days' growth of beard, ii'.l might not be so smooth, ither, when he neglects to have. You haven't known this guy ou are going to rnarry very long, nd there are those who say it /ill be just another of those lollywood affairs and that we'll be hearing about your divorce after a while. I, for one, hope you What a difference Trust a telephone to get you help in a hurry. You can depend on this vital service whenever you need .It i. i whenever someone needs you. It will bring a phone call makes! you important messages, good news or a welcome voice. You're never alone when there's a telephone near. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. What a bi£ difference telephone service makes . .. it'i the cheapest service yw bufi, will be different and stay married. Are you sure this is the one you want to spend the rest of your life with; and if so, how can you tell by just ".a few month's acquaintance and then being separated for much of the time by either a continent or an ocean? For that matter, how does any gal know for sure? If we really knew what we were getting into, Alma Pearson's marriage license book would have lots of blank pages. Yet an awful lot of us would agree that we'd do the same thing all over again if we had a chance to live our lives, a second time around. • • • According io ihe papers/ you do not plan to make any more movies. This is a shame, I think, 'or you were simply terrific on he screen and I'll never forget 'ou in Country Girl or Rear Window. I'd like to see you in a whole batch of • new roles and I lope that the marquee of the Algona Theater will one day read, 'Princess Grace of Monaco." But )nly if you have your Old Man's If it conies to a career' eefeloH fake the h6rrie* hUSbft'ftd'kfdg' role every time, YQltt husband may be" a Prince |b;:;th§ wdrid Mt he-should be itt hts hdffie, tit you can at him think, he ]§. >••> \ - - 1 '• lea$,t . .. may 1 1 wish you a long and happy Carriage and lots of little Prin-' ces and Prin66sses for they are the ;i finest jewels In fifty crown. May yoti. ever rehlain Hei> Serene Highness in the limelight which Is going to be your Jot and may you gain enough p'rivacy iri which Id take off you* girdle and your tight shoes and relax! ••.':'': ' * * *' : . ! .Probably Gtace Kelly isii't going ,to have to do much cooking after she gets married, but most of us still do'. Here's a dish for this week's recipe Which -you and I can make and it's fit for a king, a prince or just the relatives come to Sunday dinner. It's for Chicken Rice Loaf and it came to me from Mrs W. H. RaneV during last summer's recipe contest. 2 to 3 slices bread . , ' 4 cups diced, cooked or canned ( . chicken 7 I 1 cup cooked rice •/ 2' cups chicken, broth or two chicken boullion cubes dissolved in 2 cups water 2 tablsp'. canned pimentoes 1- cup milk 1 slice onion, chopped 4 eggs 1 Vt teasp. salt , % teasp. pepper V4 teasp. thyme Tear bread in pieces to make two cups soft bread crumbs, turn into bowl with chicken and rice. Add broth or boullion. Place remaining ingredients in 'bowl with the above mixture. Pour into greased baking dish. Bake in slow oven, 325 degrees, for one hour or until mixture doesn't adhere to knife. Makes 6 to 8 servings. —GRACE. eludes Missouri, Kansas, : Nebras« Kay tM .DakStasy Minneldia and two4hlrdd of Iowa, Monday. , His i duties With the company, which publishes the Polahd China World magazine, > Will include .contacting ' breedefSj selling ..adj vertising and promoting ; the PoW Srtd (3Mina. teeed in his areai He will:-also aim as =;a 1; buyer ifoi* individuals Who warit a certain type of animal, . , Mf Reilly Held a closingiattt sale: this yea? as he eetiidft't fin^ a farm on Which &> ih>e and con>: tlnue.his:.busittess'a¥inj the past. Now a BIO supply of your favorite Ice Cream! Louis Reilly With Publishing Firm • An Algona man, Louis Reilly. for 20 years a hog breeder and raiser, has been appointed livestock fieldman by the Poland China Publishing Co. of Gales- aurg, 111. Mr Reilly attended a training iession at the home office for five days last week, and, began working his territory, which in- Half-Gallons, A brand new container that's easier to open, easier to reclpse, easier to dip from! Now you can be sure of having plenty of Lady Borden — ready to serve! There's a Ice Cream Deafer Near You I THE BORDEN CO. JUST PAGE LIFTINC?? E VERY NOW AND THEN, We Tim across someone who seems to think that 1956 cars do not offer anything really new—just a little face lifting from the year before. We won't try to speak for the automobile industry. But we certainly can speak for Buick. And let us announce in no uncertain terms—it's the newest thing on wheels. The Styling Is New Sure, it looks like a 'Buick. But it has a new V-prowed grille that says 1956 and no mistake. The hood's new—the fender ports are new—the sweepspear 15 new— and it all adds up to a new sweep- ahead look that ends in a sassy new slant \o the rear contours. But that, friends, is only the beginning. T/ie 1956 Oynqflow* is New It introduces what the engineers call "double regeneration"—which means a double- action take-off. It gives you new, split-second response in the first inch of pedal travel — phis tile 1 "switch the pitch" at full acceleration, which no one else has yet approached. Tfie Ride is New • To coil springs on all four wheels, a brawny X-braced frame, and torque-tube drive, the engineers have added deep-oil shock absorbers to give new softness, new buoyancy, new comfort, and a brand-new "sense of direction" handling response. ' The Power is New All 1956 Biiicks have new 322-cubic-jnch V8's—with record highs in power and compression — with unique new double "Y" manifolding to step up efficiency —vWth new carburetor "deicing" —and a host of other new features to make owning a Buick pure pleasure. The Thrill Is New ' And the surest way for you to find out how right we are,.is to sample a 1956 Buick yourself. As we said before, this is the best. Buick yet— by a'wide measure— and when you learn the prices we're quoting, you'll know why this Buick is one of the three best sellers in today's market. It takes a lot more than face lifting to produce such a winner as this. *.Vcii> Advanced Variable PltcJt Dt/nafloto l.i the only Dynaftow Hulck builds today. It is standard on lloadmasler, Super and Century — optional at modest extra cost on the Special. > WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUUI BUICK Will BUILD THEM Buick SUPER (5-Pajsenger 4-Door Riviera, Model S3 nUNNINQ CAM for every need 9AY C019M for every foihton MfAMUY NMCff fo every bW»* 105, N, Hal! BRANDT BUICK na, Iowa

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