The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1966
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fcr-AJgene, f!a.) upp*r 0« Mein« J4, 1966 Mariana Steele Engagement Is Announced of feeir dsa^Mer, Mariana, to jeflrr LeRoy Beasoo, SOB of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Season of Satntfrkfc, ffl- Tb* bride-to-be irasgrafaated from 3» State CoOeee of ftnra ai Cedar fans and is stadiiag for ber ouster's degr»e' is library science ai tbe University of CJuearo. jfc* u erapljeil as a libTariaa at tfe? University of Chicago Laboratory Schools. Mr. BeasoD, a facalrr member of Lbe sdeace department of the Laboratorv Scfeoois, received his A. B, ar»j M. S. T. from fise University if CJue*eO. Tbs T5*iiaf VJJ take plac* JE* is in Jasepfc Boffii Cbapei as fee UnivsrsStr of CMcaeo cain;rjs. "PACEMAKER" Mrs. Hiz&l Strah, 76, of Fars- iiirtoc, received help frees a rs'xfen meSoai curve!, aa elec- trcaic ciriac pacemaker Joilc'F- ii*£ i cor. jJete bezri block last MARIANA STEELS Mr. and Mrs. "A'iiiuur, F. Steels, Algeria, anr/wac* the «>- of ttie "pioiztiafcer" Mrs. Strai is atie to oxitLsae operating bsr .s, ti>% Fartauirtcc Rest l cam- on a nornxai WHILE LOAD LASTS/ TRUCKLOAD FRUIT SALE RED POTATOES 100 ib. bcc 2.50 DELIGOUS APPLES bu. 8.98 FALL FLAVOR RED ROME APPLES box 8.91 TRAY PAK BOX OF 88 RUBY RED BLUSH GRAPEFRUIT.....8.98 TREE RIPE FLAVOR CTN. OF EXTRA JUMBO SIZE 32'S SWECT TREE RIPE EATING ORANGES... $4.98 LARGE 88 SIZE CT. CARTON ONIONS,.:.3lb.bar29t TONY'S Fruitland Market OPEN DAILY AND EVENINGS JCT. 18 & 169 ALGONA i NEXT TO VAN'S CAFE •••••••••••••a tt, » *.!*..«,-*. He'll be ready for college before you can say "Good grief, we don't, have a cent laid away." May we help you get ready for when he's ready? Start a special savings account with us now that will grow along with him and the rising cost of college education. Home Federal Savings & Loan Association HOME LOANS TO BUILD, PURCHASE OR REMODEL Current Earnings All accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save from the 15th — Earn from the Firit ALGONA Since 1917 IOWA ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I THE BEST WAT TO IMPROVE a fcasbaad is to stay married to Mia fcr a liSUs vtil*. Siy, aboat treaty to fifty years. Some daft fcEjrcre -*1Si age, ba£ ta stands are as exception. deprecUte rapfrc&y aad are aboot ready for the pQe alter aios: tea rears. Hasbaads jost besin to be nicely TLL tesisife, - o • TO ADMTT THAT tMs Ts*k's caitnnn idea is fross AP coteciaist Hal Boyle, Bst Mr. Boyle tiraS irjTes, so i fi£*re tbe least I caa do is retnnj te£t a *ST Kings aibo^boT s^e fcriijS cot a husband's - o - TEERE .UZE QCTTE A FEW DIFFEREMIES betreea men and -raoaa, is TOQ ssay hare aodced. PersooaUy, I ttiak tMs is a aigijtr fije arraEement airi fm aot abcwt to kaock it Tbere are also gsate a fe» diSereoces bet^&ea {^ic^-yjs aod aoto- aaJ a -rife sfacralfc't coosigB ber bastand to tbe )msk pUe aod get a or* acdel jast becaass tbe ne-mess has Trora off. - o - WEEN YOU FIRST GET A stucy aev ba&baad, be parrs rigi* aloog at speeds op to 100 miles an boor. Bat be teais to go off OQ little detoars of his arra and doesn't stick much to tbe coarse yaa BUT bare mapped oat for Mm. After yoa get him broken in, be may travel more in a rot, bat tbe rats lead to-ward borne more freqaestly. - o - A raw HUSBAND HAS MORE finish left OQ Ms top but an older busbaad has more i^boLsteriag ooder Ms seat covers. Wben yoa first get a busbaad be doesn't creak, rattle or sqoeak as mocb, bat -sfben be does the vtfe becomes very coocerned aboat it. Alter a while yoa get as*d to tbe way be handles and yoa learn which rattles are minor aod to be expected aod which creaks ana sqoeaks are seriooseaoogh to varraot some overhauling. - o - YOU DONT HAVE NEAR THE parkiog problems with a husband that yoa do Kith a car. IB fact, if s often hard to get a seasoned busbaad to do anything but park - right in front o( tbe television set, eating popcorn and matching football games. - o- AN OLDER MOTEL HUSBAND IS better on fuel consumption.. At least by that time a vife gets to know which brand of food to put into him for a knock-free performance and the longer yoa bare him the less noise you get out of him about the way his mother used to cook. There comes a time when a Tiger in His Tank is much less important than a medium-rare steak in htg tummy. - o - OLDER MODEL HUSBANDS STILL race their motors a little when they see a pretty young girl, and as long as a husband has headlights to see with this will be true. Botjosjears don't mesh as well and when be tries to shift into high speed to make* some time, it's much easier to pot tbe brakes oniim. When' be really needs a tune-up be tends to come to the borne mechanic who is familiar with all tbe workings of Ms carburetor. - o- FORTUNATELY HUSBANDS, UNLIKE cars, don't wear out before their owners do. His feet get tired about as soon as Ms wife's do and about tbe time she has to buy bifocal glasses, he finds he needs them also. There is something very comforting about this, and also about the fact that he eventually has back trouble and finally finds out what she has been going through all these years with ber back aches. - o- IT TAKES A LOT OF TIME, understanding, and trouble to make a man, no matter how mechanically perfect, into woman's greatest masterpiece - a good husband. Once you've got him into pretty Mr working order, don't start dealing around to trade Mm in on a new model. The current models may look more glossy, but they don't have near as much under the hood. Besides, used husbands don't have much resale value. You'd be much better off to lubricate tbe old model with some extra love and attention, get a new paint job for yourself, and let Mm continue to mellow 1 - o - A FORMER ALGONA GIRL, Meredith Larson Bobbins recently had quite a time for herself, dancing with the vice president of the United States, Hubert Humphrey I Meredith and her husband. Dr. William Bobbins of Madison, Wise., were at Shattuck Academy at Farioault, Minn, where their son, Bill, is a student. Mr. ana Mrs. Humphrey also have a son there and the two couples got acquainted while sitting on the sidelines during a dance. They got to comparing notes and found that both sets of offspring think their parents are squares because they don't dance tbe way they do. Vice president Humphrey said to Meredith, "Come on, we'll show them," and they had a riot doing the Fnig, the Monkey, etc. Meredith said she didn't know which dance she was doing but they had a good time. Dr. Bobbins danced with Mrs. Humphrey also, but they were more sedate. Meredith wrote her parents, Nell and Ted Larson that she thought the Humphreys were really nice Midwestern people and that Muriel is much prettier than ber pictures. - o- DURING THE WEEK OF FEB. 20 through 26, people having birthdays include Phil Taylor, Kyle Keith, Dr. Robert Horton, Delores Winkel, Pat Studer, Ruth Bay, Scott Winkel, Lori Lynn Green, Connie Hemmingsen, Ida Kelly, Amy Horton, Nancy Yunge- berg, Bob Williams, Bill Watkins, Millie Klamp, Randall Smith, J. M. Fleming, Oliver Carlson, Bob Kollasch, Elizabeth Ann Leaneagh, Mickey Lierley and B. M. Bakken. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hinken, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins have wedding anniversaries. - o- THERE WAS A RECIPE CONTEST in the Sarasota paper recently and although they published all five of the recipes I sent, I didn't win a single cent of money. But I do have a whole new collection of recipes. TMs week's is for Orange Pudding. 4 medium sized Florida oranges 3/4 cup sugar Z cups milk 3/4 cup sugar 2 rounded tbsp. cornstarch 1/4 cup cold water 4 eggs separated. Section and cut up the oranges, add the first 3/4 cup sugar, place in a casserole and let stand about one hour. Scald milk, mix 3/4 cup sugar with tbe cornstartch, moisten with cold water and add to the milk. Add four beaten egg yolks to mixture and cook about 5 minutes. Pour over oranges. Beat egg wMtes until stiff, add a little sugar, cover custard with meringue and bake until light brown. Chill in refrigerator. Serves about ten. GRACE MRS. GLENN JONES is a patietrt at Methodist hospital, Des Moiaes, where she has node-foo* back sargerr. MRS. PHIL DIAMOND eoter- tained ber couples bridge dob Feb. 19. U GO - I GO dab me* Monday evening, Feb. 21 at the home of Marcia Diamond. ST. ANN AUXILIARY Round Robin bridge dab met Monday evening. Joan Diamond and Mrs. John SDere vere hffi -rith a score of 11,910; Sally Gant and Soe Anderson, 11,560; Arlene Miller aod Heleoe WMttemore, 11,520 aad Doooa Gening and Barbara Everest, 11,200. MR. AND MRS. Roy Panlson, Osseo, Minn., vere guests Sonday of Mrs. Paul Dettman. They attended funeral services for Mrs. Martha Adams Monday. MR, AND MRS. Andrew Hanson and Mrs. Grace Anderson, Lo- Verne, went to Titooka Sunday to attend tbe 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Schram. MRS. FRED WAGNER, Algona, and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, Bart, attended tbe 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger, Lone Rock, Sunday. MRS. KITTY PHILLIPS has returned home after visiting relatives in California, MRS. H. M. KNECHT retarned home Saturday after spending two weeks at Alameda, Calif, with her daughter, Inez, and at Camerilla with her brother and sister-in-law, the L. A. Veo- teichers. At Anaheim, she visited tbe Cecil Snyders. CATHOLIC ACTION Guild of St. Cecelia's will serve a swiss steak dinner beginning at 4 p. m. Feb. 27 at the school. MR. AND MRS. Beecber Lane left Tuesday for a two-week visit at Norwalk, Calif, with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Pentecost, to whom a daughter was born Feb. 19. The Peotecosts have another daughter, age seven. MASTER CORN GROWER Edwin Banwart of near Mediapolis, was honored as winner of the {985 Iowa Master Corn Grower Contest. He received the King Corn trophy for Ms 178.5 bushels an acre at an awards ceremony in Des Moines Feb. 7. STRONG CHURCHES . . Make Strong Communities "The Lord if my tight and taloation; whom thall I fear? The Lord is the ttrpnghold of my Kfe; of whom shall / be afraid." 1 _ Ptalms 27:1 The inner strength, or courage, of each individual la no more matched to his contemporaries than is physical strength or weakness. A man can train himself to lift a heavy weight if he begins with something not very heavy and adds more weight as his training progresses. The strength that each man needs to live a good, Christian life comes with daily acceptance of the Lord as the light and the salvation. We accept God, we* believe, and we practice Christianity each, and every day. As we do, we grow in inner strength and moral courage. The$e Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell. Service Station Roy R. Hutiell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 — Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 — Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson CMC Trucks — Firestone Tires — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY ~ Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry' 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169 For the guy whtfd rather drive than fly: Chevelle SS 396 THE CHEVROLET WAT SS 396 Sport Coupe with Body by Fieher, seat belts front and rear, one of eight features now standard for your added safety, This is about a Chevelle-a very special one-with ft bulging hood, a black grille and red stripe nylon tires. Start it up and you've tuned in on 396 cubic inches of Turbojet V8. Get it moving and suddenly you're a driver again. With gears to shift. A clutch to work. Even a set of awae* to read, if specified. K 8 ° Now take a curve, surrounded by a machine (hat delights in crooked roads. This, you see, is an SS 396. A Chevelle, yes. But what a Chevelle. 108$. HAU ^we.P^?.:; • 8t ^ur Chevrolet dealer's CHEVROLET. • CKVBJ* • CHBVy 0 • CpRVAIR • CQRVETTi KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY PHQNg 295-3554 AL0QNA, joy/A

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