Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1971 · Page 2
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Woman Of The Week FOR 28 YEARS Clara Wyatt and her husband, Bill, a state park ofticer, have lived in the beauty of our state parks. This enjoyable employment was decided upon after he had spent eight years as superintendent of the State Forest Nursery at Ames and in those 28 years they have lived at Pammel State Park in Winterset, Lake of Three Fires, Bedford and Lake Darling at Brighton before coming to Algona, the smallest park of all, six years ago. Clara was born at Villisca, la. and being the daughte r of a M etho- dist minister, the family moved from time to time. Her father, Rev. Ivan R. Mills, retired from the ministry while they were living at Adair and was a member of the legislature from Adair county. It was while they were living at Colo that Clara graduated from high school, then attended Simpson College, from which she graduated with a commercial degree. She was a commercial teacher at Hayfield for two years prior to her marriage; then in 1942, during World War II, she returned to that profession for more than seven years and taught at Kelley, Jordan and Colo. Teaching is not the only thing that Clara has done outside her home. While they were living at Winterset she was bookkeeper at International Harvester and at Bedford she was secretary to the school superintendent. In Ames she worked as cashier at Montgomery Ward and Co., so she has not been "just a housewife." The Wyatts have two sons, William K., Jr. who has retired wmmmm - , , from 20 years service with the U.S. Navy and now works as a letter carrier with the postal department at Norfolk, va., and George R. of Smyrna, Ga. They have two granddaughters. Hobbies? Yes, Clara takes time to enjoy cooking, fancy work and like her husband, is a "rock hound." He makes jewelry from these beautiful stones and Clara helps considerably with this operation. DESSERT 2 cups powdered sugar 2 squares chocolate - melted 1/2 cup butter 1/2 cup nuts 3 egg yolks-beaten 3 egg whites- beaten stiff Cream sugar, butter, melted chocolate; add 1 tsp. vanilla and nuts. Add egg yolks and fold in egg whites. Put 1/2 of small box of vanilla wafer crumbs on the bottom of dish. Pour mixture on crumbs and chill. Add 1 quart, or more, any flavor, ice cream which has been softened. Put remainder of crumbs on top and freeze. May be kept for sometime in freezer. HUNTINGTON CHICKEN 1 cup cooked macaroni 1 1/2 cup cooked chicken, cubed 3/4 cup grated cheese 1 cup broth 1 tbsp. flour 1 tbsp. pimento Buttered bread crumbs Place chicken, cooked macaroni and pimento in a buttered pan. Thicken broth with flour; pour over and bake 30 minutes. Then add grated cheese and buttered crumbs and bake 20 to 30 minutes. "Charlie Brown" To Join Algona Concert Series HAPPINESS IS a thing called "YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN", the hit "Peanuts" musical, is to be presented In Algona during the 1971-72 season of the Algona Community Concert Association. Director Joseph Hardy won the coveted Vernon Rice-Drama Desk Award and others for his direction of this musical which has sold out performances on the New York stage since 1967. Based on a day in the life of Schulz' pint-sized hero Charlie Brown, the musical features the "Peanuts" gang with cartoon characters Charlie Brown, Lucy, Snoopy, Linus, Patt and Schroeder brought to life on the stage. "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" is a fun show for the whole family. ' Also appearing next season will be THE RONNIE KOLE TRIO "New Orleans Newest Sound", former members of the Al Hirt Club with a program of familiar tunes and LONGSTRETH AND ESCOSA, famous harpists playing arrangements from Bach to Modern. Concert dates will be announced later with a fourth performance also to be named. The Algona Community Concert Association is a civic, nonprofit organization interested in bringing to its members a variety of superior musical entertainment. Membership renewals will be sold during the week of May 3rd with the Membership drive for new members from May 10 - 15. Area Farm Bureau Women Visit Washington, D. C. TUESDAY, APR. 27 7:30 p.m. - REBEKAH LODGE meets in Izaak Walton League Hall for their regular business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool are on the committee. WEDNESDAY, APR. 28 1:15 p.m. - BEL CANTO meets with Lil Sefrit. Co-hostesses are Alice Weber and Irene Jensen. Tala Cramer will give the program from Mozart to Mod. 2:00 p.m. - PLUM CREEK Homemakers meet with Leola Gardner, Florence Bleich and Rosanne Schmit assisting. Roll call is a Favorite Color Scheme and a lesson on Safety will be given. Marjorie Bode is the leader and Eleanor Gardner has the Inspiration. 7:00 p.m. - RAINBOW GIRLS meet in the Masonic Temple. Jeanne Patterson is Worthy Advisor. THURSDAY, APR. 29 2:00 p.m. - UNION TOWNSHIP Homemakers will meet with Lois Camp. Roll call will be answered with "Spring renewal, Lawn or Home". The lesson on Law Day will be given by Dorothy Vigdal. Seven area farm women were among 96 Farm Bureau women's leaders on an educational tour of Washington, D. C., April 19-22. The women, from left, include: Mrs. Wallace Swanson, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Randal Nelson, Dows; Miss Alma Tokle, Clear Lake; Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Mrs. Don Peters, Mason City; Mrs. Don Poage, Corwith; and Mrs. Kenneth Benjegerdes, Manly. The women expressed their views to Iowa's senators at breakfast Tuesday morning (April 20) and to Iowa congressmen at a banquet that evening. They visited with congressmen in their offices following the banquet. During their four days in the nation's capital, the women participated in a briefing session with National Farm Bureau leaders, attended congressional committee meetings and sessions of Congress and toured historic points of interest. They returned to Iowa by chartered jet on Thursday afternoon. I see by the Advance..." NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — — Kossuth County Advance Monday, April 26, 1971 wmmmmmmmiXim®,, Elizabeth Wolter Engaged i MR. AND MRS. Harold Wolter, Whittemore, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth, to James Slothower, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grove, Sioux city. Miss Wolter, a graduate of Algona High School and Concordia College in St. Paul, Minn., teaches third and fourth grade at St. Paul's Lutheran School at Sioux city. Mr. Slothower, a graduate of Central High School and Western Iowa Tech, is a draftsman at the Prince Mfg. Corp., Sioux City. A June 26 wedding is planned in the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Lotts Creek, Engagement Of Mary Jean Mertz Is Announced Mrs. Lillian Mertz of West Bend announces the engagement of her daughter, Mary Jean, to John Christopher Bradley, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley of Algona. Miss Mertz and her fiance will graduate from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebr., in May. St. Joe Hosts Spring Deanery Meeting April 21 ST. JOE - The spring open northeast Sioux city Diocesan Council of Catholic women met in St. Joseph's hall with the parish women as hosts Wed' nesday afternoon, April 21. The northeast Deanery consists of 21 parishes which covers five counties. A very nice group was in attendance. Mrs. Imelda Engesser, Deanery president, presided at the meeting. Rev. David Hogan welcomed the women and gave a short talk on their work. Rev. Robert J. Kirschbaum, the Deanery moderator, led the group in prayer and introduced the main speaker, Jeff Voskans, director of the northwest Iowa Alcoholism Treatment unit in Spencer. Mrs. George Kjar, West Bend, re- ceived the attendance prize. - o The K.C.'s annual guest night was held Tuesday evening with a chicken barbecue enjoyed by members and their guests. The council's officers were in charge of the arrangements. Following the supper "500" was played with Mrs. Wilfred Schneider and Peter c. Reding receiving high prizes. Mrs. John R. Capesius and Sylvester Wagner won the low prizes. Mrs. Cyril Thilges entertained her "500" club Thursday evening with Mrs. Bob Berte as a guest. With two tables of cards in play, Mrs. Roger Thul, Mrs. Jean Larsen and Mrs. Bob Berte received the prizes. Mrs.DwaineWeydert entertains the club May 18. Mrs. Damian Centgraf was a guest Thursday when Mrs. E.J. Gales entertained her "500*' club. Receiving p rizes were Mrs. Joseph A. Becker, Mrs. Mary Becker and Mrs. Peter Bormann. Mrs. Mary Becker entertains the club at their next gathering. Wesley CDA Breakfast The C.D.A. breakfast at Wesley will be held Saturday morning May 8, after mass and is for members only, not for the public as previously reported. Joins Sorority Julie Chrischilles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chrischilles has been initiated into Delta Delta Delta at Iowa State University 10TH BIRTHDAY Rhonda Lindhorst was honored at dinner on Sunday for her 10th birthday, at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom. Other guests were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lindhorst and Timmy of Burt; the honoree's paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs^Rufus^ • Lindhorst, Algona and the Rev. and Mrs. Ivan Maxson of Royal, la. The Rev. Maxsons are now serving the Good Hope United Methodist Church. On Saturday afternoon Rhonda celebrated her birthday with a party for her friends. Attending were Sharon Leek, Kay Kuhn, Lisa Schenck and Janet Boekelman. The girls played games, enjoyed birthday cake and treats, then visited Smith Lake and took a trail hike at Call state Park. REGENTS ELECT The Past Grand Regents of five local Courts met at Charlie's Supper Club for dinner on Monday night. Cards and a business meeting were later held at the home of Carolyn Weydert. Prizes were won by StellaEischen, Ruth McGuire and Marilyn Arndorfer. New officers elected were Miriam Moses, president; Sec.- Treas., Carolyn Weydert. The next meeting will be June 21. HOUSEWARMING Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Jerome were honored with a housewarming party on Saturday night by relatives and friends. The guests brought the refreshments and presented the honorees with a gift for their new 'home. Cards were played with prizes going to C. K. Kohlhaas, ,N. J. Weydert, Mrs. Earl Sheppard and Adeline Wagner. FRATERNITY PLEDGE ' , Randal Riedinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedinger and a senior student at Iowa State University, has pledged to Tau Beta pi. This is an honorary Chemical Engineering Fraternity. MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst returned Wednesday evening from Largo, Fla. where they had wintered since November. They spent ten days during Christmas holidays at Gahanna, Ohio with their son and daugh- "ter-in-law, Mr; and "Mrs. Gene* Furst. When the senior Fursts- were returning home, the Gene Fursts met them in a park at Indianapolis, ind. and they spent the day together. Henry and Florence also stopped at Humboldt to visit their son, Dick, and his wife before returning to Algona. MR. AND MRS. D. D. Sparks returned Wednesday from St. Cloud, Florida where they had wintered since November. While there a dauehter, Mrs. Alice Hall, Seattle, Wash., flew from Washington, D. C. to visit her parents. Mrs. Hall is a postmaster and had been in Washington at a postal seminar. MR. AND MRS. Jack Williams of Des Moines were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams. MR. AND MRS. Don Staver, Sherry and Lisa were recent dinner guests in the Walter Peterson home. Mrs. Staver is Mrs. Petersons sister. AFTER SCHOOL on Friday, April 23, Junior Girl Scout troop 426, with the help of leaders, Mrs. John Celoni and Mrs. Dwight Simpson and mothers, Mrs. Albert Harms, Mrs. Leonard Plaehn and Mrs. Alfred Buchner, collected trash at Elephant and Maple Parks and along the ditches to the entrance of Call state park. At the park they had a cookout after their long walk. Mr. Leonard Plaehn and Jack Celoni hauled the trash away for the troop. To Wed In June MR. AND MRS. Clarence Penning of rural Buffalo Center announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara to Mr. Robert Donkersloot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Donkersloot of Clifton, N. J. Miss penning is majoring in Elementary Education at Northwestern College, Orange City, where her fiance Is majoring in Art. A June wedding is being planned. Widower: I'm over 60 and in love with girl, 18 By Abigail Van Buren (ID mi by ChlMfo Trlbuiu-N. Y. N«M Srn«., Inc.] DEAR ABBY: Please help me. I am a widower and very much in love with an 18-year-old girl. Altho I am over 60, the difference in our ages doesn't matter, as the girl is very mature for her age and I am in the best of health. But here is my problem. My son is trying to break us up. He tries to tell me that this girl is too young for me, that she Is only after my money. He's tried to turn me against her, but I think he is trying to get her for himself. First he tried to make her look bad in my eyes, and when that didn't work, he tried to make ME look bad in HER eyes. How can I get this girl to marry me before my son ruins everything between us? I don't want to lose her.— DAD DEAR DAD: A long engagement would be to yonr advantage. Don't worry about "losing" the girl. If lt'§ the real thing, it will stand the test of time. And if it's not, you're •head to find out early. DEAR ABBY: You will never believe this, but it ia the truth: We received an announcement of the marriage of the son of old friends of ours. The last time we saw the lad he was 16. He and his bride live in another state where he Is studying law and the bride is working for her Master's degree. Not knowing what they needed, but wanting to send them something useful, we sent a generous check with our letter of congratulations. We received no note of thanks from this couple. However, when my canceled checks were returned from the bank I found that fhe young man had CASHED our check the day he received it, and ON the check he had written "Thank you." This was a new one for us?— CINCY READER DEAR READER: For me, too! DEAR ABBY: I am a man who has been divorced for a year Since then I have dated women who have no children and women who have had up to five children. When my friends hear that I'm dating a woman with children they have been unanimous in their opinions that I should avo'd getting involved with a woman who has a ready-made family. Maybe I'm, a weirdo, Abby. but I feel that children are an asset to a woman, not a liability. When I remarry, I hope the woman has a family, and the more the merrier. Children can add strength and purpose to a relationship. So far I haven't been .able to find anyone who agrees with me. How do you feel?— LOVES CHILDREN DEAR LOVES: With your attitude, you should have a wide selection. In fact, you should have an open field as there Is apt to IMS very Httle competition. Raising children is expensive fa, terms of money and emotions. If yon can afford them, I say more power to yon . I think you're generous. courageous and one in a million. [And if your identity ever becomes known, you'll need police protection.] - UM : This ta for " T0 ° MU °H MOTHER"is right! Take her advice and get transferred to another city if possible. And make the" break wWle yo£ Tn±, "I "? 3ble l ° 3djUSt to beh * witho "t you. If Z continue to let yourself be her "whole life," neiiher of you will ever have a life of your own. I was an only child. My father died when I was a !T ma f r ^ m ° ther made me her whole Ufe - She refused to let me make any close friends, and she made none of he? own. She reminded me daily how much she ''neeL° me passin^yTar. "^ P ° SSeSSiVe "* dom ™™S with each urf,^" 10 " 1 ^ is nearly w now and slj e's confined to a wheelchair so I certainly can't leave her now. Beside? I am 66, so where is there for me to go?-"TRAPPED" :W:%W*^ To Se/7 Used Books For Sharing And Scholarships IT'S SUPER SAVINGS MONTK ON LAWN MOWERS I I $67.88

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