The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 20
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4-A!0ono (la.) Upper Dei Meinet Tuesday, Oefeber 23, 1956 The great American political race has entered on the home stretch. The candidates are getting in their last few wallops in their final speeches, the pollsters arc making their predictions and the clerks and judges at the poJls are planning their affairs so that they can work all election day and far, far into the night. 'jhL 1 year ot the prcsidental campaign is hectic and extremely exciting. « * * Cniy an illiterate, deaf, dumb and blind person, it seems to me, could avoid getting himself involved in politics this year. And this is a .good thing. If there is a iignt vote in our country it wil ba a sign to the rest of the world that we don't care very much how our government is run and that we might be ripe for drastic changes from others. And the common good is sure not to have any place at all in their plans. ;«'#•,» No party is perfect. So tho thing •is to join a party that most n$ar- ly matches your v £deals and then work to make the party better This, for most of us at this stagt of the campaign, consists of such mundane things as envelope lick- Ing and doorbell ringing. The point at which we really shoxild have started was when the parties were having their caucuses selecting candidates and then getting out to vote in the too often neg lected election, the Primaries. * * *.. Here in Iowa, on the radio, TV and in the daily newspapers somebody fs always telling us to register so that we can vote in the election. This has confused lots of people and many have asked where they can register. I know it has been said before, but it will do no harm to say it again. You have to register only in towns where the population is over 6000. You do not have to register in Algona. Also, you may vote in the fall election even if you did not vote in the Primaries. * * » At this stage in the political campaign it is probably too late to do much arguing. Most people have already decided, and r jig impassioned spiel won't get mybody to change hi.s mind. But it will get somebody mad at yen; .md they might stay mad Ions after November 6. If we could manage to talk the Democratic party only with Democrats, the Republican party- only with Republicans we'd save .lurselves lots of high blood pressure. Personally, I find this difficult. Right now, when I go out, Cm apt to classify people, not as Mrs Jones, who makes flower Arrangements, and Mrs Brown, who has always been so nice to me but as Mrs Jones, my fellow Democrat anil Mrs Brown, that Reoublican. * * * Politics creates strange altitudes in adults and it is also not without its effect on the children. Even one tiniest of them keep their ears open and what they hear often confuses them. For instance, one little boy I know has always been extremely fond of his teachers. His parents are quite ardent political supporters One day he came home from school all worried. "I think my teacher is a Republican. She knows I'm a Democrat. Do you think I should change teachers? That boy is a second grader! * * • We get it at our house, too. It THESE WOMEN! By d'AIessfo SUBSTITUTIONS "h it all right if I ask you to substitute this cool cup of coffee for a hot one?" Ask Blood Donations For LuVerne Surgery Patient to realize that it's partly our own | campaign exciting, 1 will be glad fault. One of our kids'was talk- i when the election is past ;mU ali ing with a little girl who was wearing an, "I Like Ike", button. "You shouldn't like him'', our little pricle-and-joy said, "He's a real mean nvm." It was time for me to step in and do a hult correcting so I explained that General Eisenhower is a really fine man and regardless of his poor performance at his job, as President of our country we should respect him. (You see, there is nothing prejudiced aboi't me.) But the word, General stuck in the kid's mind. "Generais an in wars. If he gets in are we going to have a war, Mama?" Oi course, that was a ridiculous question, but is it any more ridiculous than some of the supposedly learned adults' statements to the effect that because the Democrats were in power during them? the controversial done the war, they started doesn't make us feel any better I In spite of finding the current NOTICE! The adult education planning committee has proposed the following courses for the 1956-57 adult evening classes: Aeronautics - Bookkeeping - Household Science - French - Ceramics - Book Club - Public Education - Religion - Oil Painting - Arts & Crafts - Indus- trial Art (Woodworking) - Beginning Typing - Law for the Layman - Upholstery - Advanced Sewing - Beginning Sewing - Advanced Photography - Be- ginning Photography - Beginning Bridge - Caning Chairs - Currerit Problems-Bride's Class-Recrea- tional Games. If you are interested in adult education, please indicate your first, second and third choice and mail to the high school; call the high school at 295; or call Clair Rowe at 634-LW. Early registration is necessary to determine courses instructors are needed to teach. In the event your first choice does not meet the required enrollment minimum of ten (10), we will include your name on the alternate course indicated by you. Advance registration does not obligate you to take the course, but it will help very much in planning the year's program. If a course which you have selected as your first choice is dropped due to lack of enrollment, you will be notified of the change. Dates for the classes will be January 7, 14, 21, 28, February 4, 11, 18, 25, March 4 and 11. Classes will meet from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Registration fee for the ten class periods will be $5. Name First Choice Address Second Choice Phone Third Choice For convenience, mark your choices above, clip out and mail it to Algona high school right away. with. I have no predictions concerning the outcome, excepting that I think it will be close anc. that every precinct will have to throw out a few ballots because they arc marked with a check instead of the only correct marking, an X. In spite of all the warnings in the papers, and the really wonderful jou the Voter's Service committee of the League of Women Voters clous, a few of these turn up. And 1 know it the Democrats do not win, I'll really be in the soup. Not only will I have to live with a Republican - depleted income, I'll also have a lot of explaining lu do to our youngsters. * * * Louella Malueg teaches a class of the very tiniest youngsters ai the Presbyterian Sunday School. She meets a lot of children who are on the trial run of their religious education and she's very good at dealing with them. Last Sunday there was a new little boy sitting on one of the small red chairs when Mrs Malueg greeted her class. He was very shy and he wouldn't tell her his name. But since he had Doug imprinted on his cap, she very gently tried to ease him into the proceedngs wth these words, "Doug, would you like to help color our Bible pictures?" No response. Later, tit? teacher asked, "Doug, would you like to join us in the songs?" No response. "Doug, can you tell me your other name?" Still no response. Finally toward the end of the session, Mrs Lee Schenck rushed in, practically frantic with worry. "My little boy is lost. His name is Doug. Have you seen hm?" Doug uttered his first word of the hour, "Mama!" He'd gone exploring, thought the place looked interesting, so he parked his little red trike outside and had gone into Sunday School. * * * There was a fine letter this week from Mrs Gladys Barker of Cedar Rapids. In the past, she's always been one of my most faithful correspondents, but not having heard from her for a while, I was wondering what had become of her. She's been ill with a kidney infection lately but as Grandma to many she's still doing her share of baby sitting. She was up in Minnesota for 6 weeks this summer caring for her daughter's 10 youngsters while their mother had an operation and she's due to stay with another daughter's 5 when number 6 makes it's advent. * * * ' This week's recipe is for Pineapple Nut Bread. If the weather keeps up the way it has for the past few days, it may be too warm to do much baking, but you can save it until the cool days come. 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour [•> cup sugar 1 teasp. baking powder Mi teasp. salt 1 cup raisins Vi cup walnuts coarsley chopped 1 egg beaten 1 teasp. vanilla 2 tablsp. melted shortening 1 cup crushed pineapple, not drained 1 teasp. baking soda. bin Hour, sugar, baking powder and salt into mixing bowl. Add raisins and nuts. Combine egg, vanilla and shortening; and add to mixlU'/e. Dissolve soda in pineapple and add. Stir until blended, no more. Pour into greased 8x4x-l inch loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees about 1 hour or until done. —GRACE. LuVerne — A request is being ' made for donors for six pints of blood for Lloyd Smith, LuVerne, surgical patient at University hospital, Iowa City. Mr Smith underwent surgery recently for a delicate heart condition. The hospital there wishes blood to replenish the blood bank. Mr Smith has been a .very popular fruit salesman in the northern counties and many of his friends can contribute with this kind act. The Mercy hospital at Mason City will take the donations. Then please contact Mrs Lloyd Smith, 215 Euclid Avenue, Apt. 5, Des Moines, Iowa, confirming the day and date the blood was given so she can check with the hospital to see if proper credit is given. Hnc Major. Surgery Mis Elmer Hunt is now reported satisfactory at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she underwent recent major surgery. She will go to the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Cameron Chris- iciijcn in Manchester to convalesce. Mr and Mrs Hunt who moved the past year to Burbank. Calif., to make their home, have been, back several weeks now looking after their farm interests tenanted by Mr and Mrs Charles Hefty and family. Arrive For Visit Pfc. Larry Werner of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. arrived Sunday to visit his sister, Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf and son Mark. Wednesday morning, Mrs Hardcopf, Mark and Larry went to DeGroff, Minn., to visit their parents, Mr and Mrs Larry Werner and family. A program was presented by the grandchildren, with Cecil Baker, son-in-law, master of ceremonies. farm Bureau Meeting A Farm Bureau Organization meeting for LuVerne and Sherman Townships was held Friday evening in the LuVerne town hall with the wives as guests. Election took place for chairmen for each township. Frances Shorey for LuVerne and Thees Schnakenberg, for Sherman. Auxiliary Meeting Mrs Merlyn Bohmann presided r.t the meeting of the Legion Auxiliary in the Legion building. She gave a report on the school, of instructions she attended recently in Algona, Topics of the meeting were Music and The Constitution. Mrs Ray Stone presented the Music topic and her son Ronald presented a medley of worship hymns on his corne. t Mrs Jack Guy led a quiz on the constitution which was interesting. Mrs Stone then led in group singing. Hostesses were Mrs Edward Dchnert and Mrs Guy Andre., Wins Promotion • Miss 1 Sandra Stripling has been promoted to Spencer where she is District Plant Chief Clerk, with duties as •supervisor of the Bell Telephone Company. Sandra has been employed at. the tele- phono exchange in Al;;ona the oast two years. Her many friends are pleased to hear of the promotion. Mrs Ersu'.a Frantz accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Floyd Fisher of Ft. Dodge on a sight-seeing trip Sunday. They drove across the Mississippi river to Prairie du Chein, Wis., and visited in Villa Lews Park and other points of interest. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbnch attended the open house S'inday in Livermore on the occasion of the golden wedding of his sister, Mr and Mrs John Hoh'.-ri- berger. Many others from this vicinity were in attendance. Mrs Lloyd Smith of DCS Moines was an overnight Friday guest in the home of Mr and Mrs Laverne Jeffers. • LIFE, POST, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AND OTMFR (FADING PUBLICATIONS Poo-Mafic 3-Troek _ Aluminum ; Sform-Stretn Window Aluminum Sform-Screta Door f«r ep«fli«9 >!>«< tip to And Including 2J"x47" doubl»-hun() wlndowi. OlK«r «lz«i slightly hlgfxr. • Extruded aircraft aluminum. • Stainless steel inter-lock. Product! of the Weattief-Proof Co, • Complete wilhall hardware, including pneumatic door Check, outside aluminum door jamb. • Rugged construction, over 1" thick. • Converts quickly from storm door to screen. SAVE INSTALLATION CHARGES. Anyone handy wilr, simple tools ran install DUO-MATIC and DUO-DOR Natioftrily •dvttllitd In III*, Foil, CM*) Howlratptng and ether leading publications F. S. NORTON & SON PMONE 229 ALGONA This Is Your invitation To Hear 45th Anniversary Deputy Sheriff and Mrs R. M. (Jmsted of Fort Dodge were the honored guests on the occasion of their forty-fifth wedding anniversary, Saturday, Oct. 13, at a seven o'clock dinner in t he- Butterfly Room at Treloar's, Ft. Dodge by their children. Guests included Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker and children of LuVerne. 6th DISTRICT CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS TITONKA THEATRE MONDAY. OCT. 29- You Are Cordially Invited To Attend This Meeting Plum Creek 4-H Installs Officers The regular meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club was held Oct. 13 at the home of Jean Keith. The new officers were installed. Rol call was "A Health Habit", and was answered by 14 members. New record books were handed out. Pin cushions were made by the beginning members. Jean Keith had charge of recreation. Luncheon was served by Mrs Keith. The next meeting will be November 3rd at the home of Connie Priebe. WAS 104 Humbo'iit's ohle.-.t resident, Elias B. Finney, recently observed his llHth birthday. Closing- ^i& tSal As 1 have sold my farm and moved to West Bend I will sell the following described personal property to the highest bidder on my farm located 1 mile North and 2 miles East of West Bend, or 7 miles south and 2 miles East of Plantation corner on ... Thursday, Starts at 12:30 I'. M. Lunch on the (J rounds 18 Head of High Grade HOLSTEIN CATTLE 10 Cows—3 just fresh, ,'{ milking 3 months, and t springers. ! Open Yearling Heifers, cilfhood !>;tng.; vaccinated. 3 small Heifer calves. Yearling steer. These cattle arc all from Artificil Bretd.ng. 60 HEAD OF HOGS - 125 lo 160 pounds, Long lime Vaccinated. CHICKENS About 75 Yearling Rock-Leghorn hens, laying good. Chicken Waters and Feeders. BALED HAY AND STRAW 1,500 bales of Alfalfa in barn—no rain. 400 bales of Straw in barn. FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY 1S52 FORD TRACTOR With 2-row cultivator, 2-bottom, 11-in. plow. Oliver 2-row cultivator; Oliver 2-row mounted corn picker; Oliver Hydraulic manure loader;'Oliver Ray- dax plow, 3-bottom, 11 in., on rubber; 10-ft. field cultivator; Case side delivery rake; 18-ft. Massey-Harris disc; New Idea 2-wheel tractor spreader in good shape; TurJey rear mounted endgate seeder, like new; 1-see- tion flexible drag with folding steel drawbar; Oliver •1-wheel farm trailer with steel flare box, like new; 1-wheel farm trailer with wooden flare box; 500 chick 1S51 OLIVER TRACTOR 1951 Oliver 88, lights, starter, fluid in tires, hydraulic lift, yond tires. brooder; 300-gal. gas barrel and stand; Power lawn mower; 2-unit Magnetic DeLaval milking machine, pipeline for 10 cows; All-electric DeLaval cream sepa- ratcr; lO-gal. DeLaval hot water heater; Milking equipment; Dearborn 7-ft. power mower; 2-row Dearborn corn planter equipped to work on Ford; 50 gallons DDT corn borer spray; Walk-in hog feeder; A lot of good tools too numerous to mention; Some furniture. TERMS: CASH, OR MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR BANK. Not Responsible for Accidents tto BernlnghauSj Owner QU1NN & Yl'NGEBERG, Auctioneer IOWA STATE BANK, West Bend, Clerk

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