<&u*k ORtJC S WtJEWiUeV 73A**OV/f>££o*v«4E» A. f4*tC*<*K'6-p* We Invite You To Be An Union 4-H Boys And Girls Hosts At Oct. 18 Party On Oct. 18 at the Good Hope Community Room the Union Township Boys & Girls 4-H clubs entertained the Farm Bureau. The welcome was given by Mary Broesder. Others who participated were Marcia Angle, Judith Willrett, Roger Baker, Phyllis Weigand, Duane Campney, Jimmy Shipler and Elmer Alt. A piano duet, "Country Gar- dens", was played by Susan Nitchals and Jeanette.Vigdal. Mary Reilly and Mike Reilly gave a reading, Jeanette Bjustrom played a piano solo, and a reading was given by Grace McKim. A demonstration on tractor safety was presented by Bernard Weydert and Dean Dodds. Henry Thilges gave a talk on short course. "My Prayer" and "Church Bells" were sung by Jack Henry. Howard Thilges gave a talk "Our 4-H Projects." Ttte 4-H girls held their installation ot new officers. Officers installed were Jeanette Bjustrom, president; Betty Thilges, vice president; Madonna Erpelding, secretary; Susan Nit- chals, historian. Old officers were- Betty Thilges, president; Grace McKim, vice president; Mary Ella Erpelding, secretary; and Madonna Erpelding, historian. Jack Henry led the 4-H plene. "America" was sung by iill. Madonna Erpelding gave a piano solo and the program ended with a poem by Marjorie Holdren. Homemade ice cream was served by the 4-H. Irvington Ideals Met Oct. 20 Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at the Froehlich home, Oct. 20. with 16 members, 10 mothers ana two new members present. Bon nie Froehlich gave a summary of the club year. Installation of officers was also held. Mary Studer gave a talk on record books. Lunch dlosed the meeting. HOSPITAL Jackie Ford, six year old Belle Plaine youth, is recovering in a hospital at Cedar Rapids after hitting a dynamite cap with a hammer. HAND At Sibley, Fred Attig, 53, suffered a mangled hand in a corn picker accident. It was amputat* ed above the wrist. GIFT SHOPPER Our Brand-New GIFT STOCKS Are Almost Complete! For many days now, we have been unpacking and pultinrr out carton after carton of GIFT MERCHANDISE coming in from all over the country. Early? Not if you want to make your gift — selecting a thing of pleasure, and not a tiresome and irritating last-minute proposition. Also, you get tip-top selection — and not the frenzy of picked-over merchandise at the 'elerenth hour*. Use Rusk's LAY-AWAY PLAN to choose now from our oift stocks — a small deposit reserves your erifls, for when you want them! Below is a partial list of the many types of fresh gift ilems now on display at Rusk Drug & Jewelry! 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Jackman of Algona, to Dr. Julius John Chasy of Columbus, Ohio. The Rev. G. G. Hallauer officiated at the Mre Elizabeth r Chilton of Stoughton, Wis., was matron of honor, and Mrs Sandyann Twetten of Spencer, the bride's other attendant. Louis Chasy, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. A reception for 125 guests was held in the church parlors. Dr and Mrs Chasy left on a wedding trip to the Ozarks, enroute to Montgomery, Ala., where Dr. Chasy is taking training in the air force. He will be stationed in Greenland during the coming year. Dr. Chasy received his doctor of medicine degree at OhioState University ' ' "*' '^»*^^" The bride was graduated from Iowa State college at Ames and in July completed a dietetic internship at University hospital. (Nels Isaacson Photo) Ravings oo CHIUII MEEK A Llltl* of ThU, • Little of That; Not Much ol Anything Tomorrow, the 30th, is Hal- lowe'en and while it is more sedately observed now there was a time when Hallowe'en was a day of plenty activity along some lines of what in the old days was considered fun and frolic. In the old days if a gent had a joke he wanted to play on an acquaintance he found Hallowe'en the time to do it. And some of the so-called jokes in those days were quite extensive, in fact sometimes quite expensive. However, today Hallowe'en is observed and practiced in the right spirit by the greater majority of our citizens And in another six days we proceed to the polls to mark our X in the voting squares on the large ballot, and it is a large ballot this year. Yep, there will be ballots containing marks for both republican and democratic candidates as well as the ballots holding just the one X which covers all the candidates in one line-up, so to speak. However, judging from what is heard pro and con, there seems to be an indication that there will be a lot of voting done on candidates in both tickets, so to speak. But that is just another indication which covers the freedom of the American. He is given the opportunity to vote pro and con, on the different tickets, as he pleases. And what better freedom could you ask for? For instance, right now in many of the foreign countries there is plenty battling going on practically over individual freedom of citizenship. And that is one thing that never has and never will be taken over in these United States. For instance, we presume to have I .three political parties, the Republicans, the Democrats and the Socialists, but in every case their candidates are also lined up on the one ticket and so freedom in voting is purely evident. And that's what we call a free country and that it certainly is, so to speak. Yep, don't forget to visit the polls November 6th, and mark your crosses in squares which you think for the best interests of all in this free country, so to speak. Make it a point to cast your vote Tuesday, and vote as you think best, regardless of any political angle, so to speak. Yes, be sure to vote, November 6. I tip my hai to the city department which covers street candi- tions because on account of there surely has been a dandy good job done in the past few weeks over the leaf situation in our streets. There is no question but that tons of those leaves have been raked and scraped up in the street gutters because on account of quite a number oil folks just raked their yard leaves into the gutter and let it. go at that. Of course it is hardly fair to expect the city to take care of the leaf situation but in many instances that has been the case this year, so to speak. And we all realize and appreciate by this time that the term of leaf falling is a considerably huge one, but the town gents have met up with the problem in a fine and dandy shape. Congratulations, ' gents, on the fine and dandy shape in which you have handled this situation. It was Thursday evening of last week that I enjoyed a supper of ebelskyver at the .Mr and Mrs Heinie Stebritz home here and was it ever an affair of good taste, good eating and good ebelskyver, so to speak. Yes, you have guessed it—ebelskyer are of Danish origin, and Mrs Stebritz, being a Dane, she sure knows how to bake Ebelskyver. And me being a Dane I sure know how to enjoy them because on account of me being ten years old when I came to the United States I had plenty and plenty of ebelskyver because on account of their pop^ Parity in Denmark, so to speak. Yep, I'm in favor of a citizen's committee being selected for the purpose of instituting the ebels- kyver as a food project in Algona and I'm sure the deal would go over big. There are thirteen Hansens, all Danes, listed in the telephone book, and there are five Jensens, and there are three Nielsens, and eight Sorensens, and seven Christensens, and so forth and so on, and I'm sure that we could find a lot more of Danes and by organizing into a group we could put the ebelskyv atop all foods and so institute the Danish Ebelskyver Association in Kossuth county. Now there's an idea, and we Danes should get together and institute such an organization because on account or ebelskyver sure constitute the tops in baked eatables, so to speak. Lotts Creek 4-H Has New Member The regular meeting of the Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H Club, was held the evening of Oct. 15 at the Lotts Creek School. Roll call was answered by 20 members, and one visitor was present, Lynn Balgeman, who became a new member. . The club elected David Enckson as candidate and Harold Bjustrom as campaign speaker to attend the County 4-H election ofl officers at Algona Oct. 22. The meeting was followed by games and a lunch served by Eulan and Jerry Sheullar. LIGHTNING A lightning bolt hit a tree near Hubbard recently and killed 8 cows and two calves. The cattle were valued at around $1,500. EAGLE David Huessner. Fredrieksburg, recently became the first Fredericksburg scout to become an Eagle scout. BLACKBIRD When Clarence Totemeier cleaned a Wt pound bass recently, he found a full grown blackbird in its stomach.
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