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4- Algeria Upp«r D«* Mofnes Tuesday, March 7, 1950 QKUMlld \N0tU If no one at your house has had the flu, measles, mumps or any of the other diseases prevalent hereabouts, you are lucky. At our house we have all been ill with the exception of Father, and we are expecting him to succmub at any moment. Temperatures and inspection for measles rash has become a part of our morning routine. Nothing further having developed, after a week of illness, we conclude that we have all had the old-fashioned flu. When Mama has to battle the flu herself and still tend the sick kiddies, it amounts to an epidemic. * « * I am grateful to Mrs. C. B. Muriagh who sent me that recipe for buckwheat pancakes thai I was so anxious to get. It is noi nearly so complicated as I feared and I will try it as soon as something besides canned soup appeals to my family. Then I'll pass it on to you. • • • Mrs. Murtagh also says, "I wonder if any woman living in Al- gpna has discovered a method of ridding her house of box elder bugs. They seem to like old houses best. I had swarms of them all fall and up until Christmas. Even now I can gather up a dozen or so any morning. They may not be harmful, but surely they are not clean in their habits and are very annoying." Mrs. Muriagh wrote to ihe extension service at Ames for their literature on controlling household pests but the information didn't seem to tell us what to do after the bugs nave arrived. They did say that the little pests appear in cycles of abundance and scarcity. Their first recommendation is to remove all box elder trees in the vicinity of the house as these bugs do live primarily on these trees. Mrs. Murtagh says, "A box elder tree is not a beautiful tree—but has been planted quite frequently, I think, because it is a fast-growing tree. Perhaps there are a few that could be cut down and not missed too much. I know some people used a spray on the foundation of their house in the fall when the bugs first began to accumulate. I would like to know what it was, and if it was successful." * * » If anyone has any ideas on ihe box elder bug problem, please send them in. I thought with the corning of winter they would disappear, but I know from experience that they are still around. Maybe we girls will have to organize a posse and cut down the box. elder trees around town. So if you see a bunch of us, armed with hatchets, we aren't playing Carrie Nation, .we are only trying to eliminate one of our more annoying household pests. At the Allen Buchanans ihe sons, Bucky. 4, and Greg, 2, were preparing for a visit to their grandparents. Bucky, oldest and wisest, told Greg that you could ask Granpa for anything you want and Grandpa would give it to them. Greg said he thought he would ask for toys, but Bucky said he was going to ask for string beans! That's the Buchanan brothers' favorite treat. Sometimes the kiddies' favorite foods are surprisingly simple. At our house, it's poached eggs on toast, and I try not to overdo it because they are so easy to fix when Mama and Dad are eating out. » * w This week's recipe is another one for your Lenten meals. It is for Cheese Fondue. This was a favorite when I used to go to Mrs. Leota Halpin's when her children were all home. I don't know if it is her exact recipe but it's the one I use now. It calls for 1 cup mtlk, scalded, 1 cup sofe bread crumbs, V4 cup grated American cheese, 2 tablespoons melted butter, Vz teaspoon salt, Vs teasp. pepper, 3 egg yolks and 3 stiff- beaten egg whites. Combine milk, crumbs, cheese, butter, and seasonings. Stir in unbeaten egg yolks. Carefully fold in egg whites. Pour into greased baking dish. Bake in pan of hot water in moderate oven, 350 degrees, until firm, about 30 to 45 minutes. * * * Another cheese .dish I have always wanted to try is a souffle. But I am always hindered by the warning in the recipes that the dish must be served immediately or it will fall. It semms everv time I plan something that should be eaten right away, Daddy is delayed or some interruption spoils my plans. Maybe I should get the family to the table anu m mt them wait for the food, rather than have the food wait for them. But I am going to try a Baked Alaska—you know, ice cream and cake covered with meringue and baked in a hot oven. It has always sounded lik» a very glamorous dessert and I have a recipe that claims it is very easy to do. I have my We Want to Know You ... .... Yes we assumed ownership and management of the cafe formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. John H. Foth just recently. .... Though we're not entire strangers to the Algona and Kossuth ared we sfirf'Tee} there are many more of you whom we'll be knowing in the near future. .... And we'll be making every effort to serve the public in as fine a manner as did Mr. and Mrs. John Foth. So here's a hearty welcome to come see us often. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Loveall D & D Cafe (Formerly Foths Cafe) on East State Next to Co-op Creamery It Has Been A Pleasure.. .... We wish to take this opportunity to extend thanks and appreciation to all our friends and the many patrons who visited with us as owners of Foth's cafe. .... We heartily recommend to you th§ new owners—Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Loveall. They pledge to you the finest service and accomodations and we hope you'll drop in to see them often. Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Foth Former Owners of Foth's Cafe it comes out. Canasta certainly is proving to be a favorite game with both young and old. \Vnen I saw Mrs. J. S. Thomas downtown Saturday, she said her sons, John and Phillip, who are about seven and nine, were busilly occupied at home playing the gamel It was a minor triumph at our house lately, when Daday finally consented to try can i ta. He enjoyed it but he still thniKS cribbage or gin rummy are better two-handed games. f f , Most of us know thai marriage can't be all moonlight and roses, but I doubt if many of us will agree with Ohelia, the kitchen cynic, who says, "Marriage is just like long, wooien underwear. You are no sooner in it, than you are itching to get out." — GRACE Farewell Party For LuVerne Folk LuVerne — The congregation of St. John's Lutheran church and their pastor, the Rev. Paul Lutz, Corwith, gathered at their church Monday evening, Feb. 20, for a farewell courtesy for "Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenz, LuVerne, members of their congregation, who moved on March 1 to Winnebago City, Minn. • A 6:30 p. m. potluck supper was served, followed by a religious program. Slides were shown. The congregation presented a religious picture to Mr. and Mrs. Lenz. Church Class Painis •; At the Zion Lutheran church rooms, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 21, 21 ladies gathered for an afternoon of textile painting. Mesdames William Moeding, Hugh Shirk, and Paul Phillips served refreshments at the Close of the afternoon. They plan to meet again Tuesday, March 7, for more hand craft. sors, Mrs. Jon Nelson and Esther Merkle. Dixie Tiss was hostess, serving refreshments. Miss Elizabeth Skyberg of Canton, S. D., came o n F eb. 22 to visit at the home'of her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Nelson and children. Recent guests in the Nelson home were ner brother and sister-in-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Skyberg and baby, also of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson met their daughter, Blythe, in Ft. Dodge, Thursday, Feb. 23. She is attending Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and as this was the end of the quarter,-had five days vacation. A. M. Clancy of Hardy, assessor for the portion of town of- Lu Verne in Vernon township, Humboldt county, was at work in Lu Verne, last Thursday. Sam Swank, Clinton, Minn-, came recently and spent a few days here looking after his farm southeast of LuVerne and tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thomp- son. Mrs. F. I. Chapman was honored Thursday, Feb. 23, when 12 of her friends gathered at her home to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Emmett Knary and Jennie Mason brought birthday cakes. Mrs. Chapman received gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schulz drove to Cedar Falls, Feb. 24, and brought their daughter, Betty, and Geraldine Henderson home from Iowa State Teachers college. The girls enjoyed a five- day vacation with their parents, The Herman Schulz and Phal Henderson families, as this was the end of the quarter arid returned to school Wednesday. George Merkle, daughters Miss Esther Merkle and Mrs. Walter Hefti, daughter Marilyn and son Marlin drove to tne Twin Cities Feb. 24, and visited over the week end with their sons and brothers, the Walter and Elmer families, also daughter and sister, Mrs. James Paulson ana family. Mrs. Band Mothers Meeting The Band Mothers club met at the schoolhouse, Wednesday evening, March 1. Hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Dimler, Mrs. G. M. Will, and Mrs. M. J. Stripling. Mrs. Henry Miller will lave charge of the entertainment. Sixth Birthday Mrs. John Voss Jr., entertained n honor of the sixth birthday ot ler daughter, Leota Ann, at their 'arm home northeast of LuVerne, Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 22. The little girls played games and listened to a song over WOI, Ames, dedicated to Leota Ann. A large birthday cake and individual small cakes were served with the lunch. Attending were Mrs. Bert Ramus and Sheri-lyn, Mrs. Charles Henkel and Shacon, and Sheryl Goetsch. Leota Ann received gifts. Auxiliary Sees Skit The American region Auxiliary met at the Legion building Monday evening, the 20th. The topic, "Americanism." was £bty handled by Mrs. Cecil JS/ Hutf. A skit entitled,-' "Red, White, and a Patch of Blue," wai> given by Mrs. Huff and Mrs. Arthur Dimler. "The Story of Old Glory" was presented by Mrs. Ralph Davidson as the reader, with Mrs. Harold H. Phillips playing the musical- accompaniment. ihe president, Mrs. Walter Engel, presided. Mrs. Van Hansen, rehaoilitation chairman, reported on Kilts sent to the state hospital at Woodward. Announcement was made of the state Legion Auxiliary convention being held in Des Moincs, Ftb. 25 and 26, and also of the Kossuth county meeting that will be held in Algona, Tuesday, Mar. 7. The Auxiliary were hostesses to the Legionnaires ajid their wives at a party at the Community hall Tuesday evening, teb. 2ti. "Happy Birthday" was sung for two membi-rs, Mrs. Earl Johns and Mrs. Clarence Krause, whose birthday were Monday. Mc-sdames Ray Stone, Frank Gronbach, and Aaron Steussy were hostesses for the meeting. Methodist Circles Circles 1 and 3 of the Methodist W.S.C.S. met Wednesday afternoon. Feb. 22. Cncle 1, <it the 1,011,0 of Mrs. C O McCk-llan, with Mr=. Lewis Illock -a*-.-. slant ho.-;U-:-.: 5 . .Mr.-.. Ray Stone conducted tt.e devotional seivice. and Mrs. Lloyi Larson reviewed a book. Circle 'A met at the rn/jne of Mrs. Edwoid Hof in LuVerne, with Mrs. Adam Zwtifel .osbist- ant hoitesi. Devotions werii led by Mri. Albeit Gennch, and Mrs. Harry Lichty reviewed a book chapter. The February birthdays of members of the circle, the Mes- damea Clarence _Krauae, George Detmering, Harry Lichty, Edward Hof, and Mbs Grate Lichty were observed. Plans were made by both circles fur the Father-Daughter banquet to be held Thursday. March IS. The general pre.-idi.-nt. Mrs. George Wolf, read the committees for the banquet it-rving. Richard Wegntr, daughters Ruth and Irene, spent la.st Tuesday evening in Algona with their ion and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Elead Wegrier, arid son, Monte. Tlif! occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Elead Wegncr. Mrs. William Goetsch wa^ hostess at her farm home Thursday, Feb. 23. Mrs. Lisle Hood put on a demonstration. Cantata was played at four tables, lliyh, Mrs. Carl Swanson; low, Mrs. Hi/rrnan Schulz. Mrs. Goetsch served refreshments. i'ne Busy Beavers mot m the science room after school, Wednesday, Feb. 22, with their For P* om P« "lief . P" os v 'S*? 1 ***&<•• • burn, belching and ccu acid, g«t a 25c bo* adt-r-wortiojj UDGA nausea due to excc*i aci< of famous, wonder-working UDGA Tablets absolutely FREE today ai Ti0(|«s Drug Store DOUBLE PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE! They're on the job 24 hours every day I Your firemen tight the fire once it's a started . . . your fin« insurance pays for the destruction it causes. Make sure you have the protection of bolhl BLOSSOM INS. AGENCY INSURE fslOW FOR 7 N. Dodge St. Phone 125 LATER William Bigings accompanied them to St. Paul, where she visited Dr. arid" Mrs. R. L. Carbin, former residents or LuVerne. Major Surgery James Allen underwent major surgery recently at St. Ann hospital. His wife has also been confined to bed at home with the flu. Consequently, the Coffee Cup, which they operate, has been temporarily closed. PAPER SUPPLIES, carbon paper, desk blotters, file folders, card index holder! and supplies, at the ALGOKA UPPER DES MOIMES, in the NEW newspaper building. Paul Revere made George Washington's first set of false teeth. If If'8 NEWS WE WAUT IT1 PHONE 229 By ROY Much 1. they »ay, if "moving time" . . . bui the kind of moving I want to talk about i« the kind that takes place when Mama suddenly decide*, as she always does this time of year, to move all the furniture around. to make the house "look different." That's just a good old American custom, I guess— to move the furniture around and make things look different. Move the davenport over here, change that chair and table around, move the bookcase to the opposite wall—and somehow, things seem better. But often, when Mama has just about got the furniture arranged to her satisfaction, she looks over at the 'old chair' that never did look just right. Mama Just has to do something about il—but what? Thai's where we come in* at Bjuslrom's Furniture. Did you know that we will gladly offer you a reasonable trade-in price for your old furniture, on your purchase of the new? That goes for just a single piece like a chair or table, or a whole suite of furniture. Yes, you can make that old furniture worth something to you. If you have furniture that you want to replace, don't just throw it out. See us for what it is worth. So now. Mama, if you are desperate about what to do when you are moving the furniture around, remember that Bjusirom's can be of real help to you. YOUVE A DATE WITH S and your Buick Dealer Y OU read it on the calendar— and you feel it in the air. Spring—and the outdoors calling—and that lively jubilance that comes with winter's passing. And nowhere is the spirit more in evidence thanat your Buick dealer's. For it's Spring Jubilee time with Buick. Time to trot out and show off all the gay and brilliant beauties of his 1950 line. Time for you to sample, in proper setting, all the new life and brilliance of Buick valve-in-head straight-eight power—time for you to meet thp greatest cure for spring fever kpown—the easy, effortless, mile-mastering stride of a Buick under your command. There are wonderful things for you to look into: A Riviera at Sedan prices. Two* door Sedanets, four-door Sedans in a wide range of power and prices. 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