The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
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12-Al0ona, (la.) Upper Des Moin« Thursday, July 7, 1966 IT IS GETTING HARDER AND HARDER to tell the l«ys from the eirls It used to 1* that if a person had long, curly Ic-'-s it turned out to be a girl every time; if it had a short or butch haircut it just had to 1* a buy. 3/4 tsfi. baking soda 1/4 tsp. salt 1 tsp. cinnamon 1/4 tsp. cloves 1/4 tsp. nutmeg 3/4 cup chopped pecans 3/4 cup honey 3 more tbsps. orange juice concentrate 1/2 cup chopped pecans Combine salad oil, first 6 tbsps. orange juice, sugar and orange peel. Sift dry ingredients and spices; add to first mixture, stir in pecans. (Dough can be chilled). Shape into crescents and bake in a 350 degree oven for 1"> to 18 minutes. Cool. Combine honey and remaining orange juice concentrate; drizzle over cookies,sprinkle with chopped pecans. Makes 3 1/2 to 4 dozen cookies. GRACE Hanselmans Hold Reunion The Hanselman family reunion was held in the LuVerne park with 74 present. New officers are George Studer, LuVerne, president, and Mrs. Henry Lauck, West Bend, secretary-treasurer. There were two deaths, nine births and one marriage the past year, the 1967 reunion will be held the fourth Sunday in June at LuVerne park. Towns represented were West Bend, Algona, Livermore, Ft. Dodge NOWADAYS IK YOU HAPPEN TO walk behind a character with long, flowing hair and wearing tight pants, you may very well find that when you see the front of it, it has a beard. Then vo'u can be reasonably sure it is a toy. On the other hand, or rather on the other head, some of the people with very short, straight hair, and still wearing tight pants turn out to t* girls when you see them up front. AS ONK WHO WAS RAISED IN an era when men were men, and "iris <Mrls, and toth sides mutually glad of the difference, I find this "most confusing. Not that the teen-agers have much trouble distiiu-uishim; the sex of another teen-ager. It's just we older people .>.!„> h.ive trouble sorting out the gender at the first gander. IT L'SFI) TO ME THAT ON THE dance floor, at least, you could alwavs'te'll the girls from the boys. The one who did the leading was "dways the male and in the less frequent Instances when girls we're forced through lack of suitable partners to dance together, the one who was leading was merely playing the boy's role. Nowadays, both boys and girls not only do the same gyrations, they may even be a half a dance floor apart while dancing with each other 1 I wouldn't be at all surprised if there were some instances when one of the dancing partners developed a headache, left the floor and went home to bed before the partner discovered he was no longer dancing with her. Somehow, I think the kids miss oiu on quite a bit by not dancing cheek-to-cheek. - o - BUT IT ISN'T JUST WITH THE TEEN-AGERS that the trend toward a mono-sex can be seen. In these days of two breadwinners to a family being practically a necessity, the distinction between Mama and Papa is also getting less clear. This isn all bad I suppose it was inevitable that Daddies had,to find out some time that the special feeling of closeness formerly reserved for mothers that comes with caring for young children would have to be shared with fathers, once they found out how wonderful it is. And mothers found out that helping to earn the living is rough and tiring and that they simply don't have enough energy to properly care for the family unless some of the duties as well as the joys are turned over to the fathers. 1956 Wesley Hi Class Reunion SO ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, we find fathers as well as mothers burping Infants, running the vacuum cleaner, washing the dishes, doing the grocery shopping and helping with the cooking. And I really don't think men lose any of their real masculinity by doing so. There are still many key differences that tell whether a person, even a new acquaintance belongs to the male or female gender. - o - FOR EXAMPLE, IF AT A picnic, it sneaks a chance to wipe its hands on its trousers when its fingers are greasy, it s a him. If it holds its fingers in the air and hunts around for a napkin, it's a her. • - o - AT A RESTAURANT, IF A group of people individually try to pay the entire check, it's a stag party. If everybody starts adding up and calling for separate checks, it's a hen party. - o - IN THE SUPER MARKET, if its cart is loaded with anchovies, prime steak, six kinds of cheese, lobster and other budget busters, it's a male chef. If the cart is more predominately loaded with this week's special on canned apricots, hamburger, and chicken wings it is a female cook. If it cashes all its 7? off coupons and checks to see if it won a detergent sweepstakes, it is also a woman. If, when it gets th groceries home, it lights the barbecue, it is a man. - o - IF IT SITS WITH ITS LEGS CURLED up under it and one shoe off the other dangling, you can be sure it is feminine. If it sits on its spine, sprawled all over the chair, it is masculine. - o - IF BEFORE GETTING UP IN front of a group, it suneptitiously checks to see if its pants are zipped, it's a man. If, in the same situation it sneaks a few little tugs at its girdle, it is a woman. If it talks baseball, football and golf scores almost exclusively, chances are it is a him; if its interest perks up when an engagement, a wedding or a divorce is mentioned, it's probably a her. - o - SOME SOCIOLOGISTS SEE IN all this a trend toward the time when there will be little distinction between the sexes. Even the biological functions of the sexes will be via test tubes and pills. We'll all be a race of moiio-liomo-sapieus, I hope I don t live that long! - o - IN THE MAIL YESTERDAY came the announcement that lam great-aunt again to little Mary Melissa, daughter of Mary and Denny Waller. I'm very happy for them but I'm envious, too. I had hoped that the stork would stop at our family first and I'm beginning to think our Kathy and Bill must have changed their minds about having a baby. - o - DURING THE WEEK OF JULY 3 through 9, people having birthdays include Frances Zeigler, John B. Wilson, G. M. Studer, David Cowan Cindy Hardy Lundquist, G. Russell Cook, Chuckle O'Connor, Clayton Percival, Marlene Dutton, Mel Bay, Chuck Hinken, Mrs. B A Frankl Lucille Everds, Betty Granzow, Jim Schutter, Joan Diamond, Judy Knoll, Beatrice Miller, C. G. Venteicher, Lisa Schenck, Darlene Knedler, Mike Goodman, Tommy Detnck, John Dutton, Keven Hensley, Tom Claude, Frank Moulton, Brad Kraft, Mrs Ron Taylor, Al Willrett, John Gilmore, Lawrence Gillespie, Patti Muckey, Cliff Sheakley, Conine Shimel and Steven Smith. Wedding anniversaries include Mr. and Mrs. James Everds, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Linnan, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcott and Mr. and Mrs. Don Prieskorn. - o - THIS WEEK'S RECIPE is for Orange Honey Crescents, which were originally a Greek delicacy called rnelomakaronna. 1 1/2 cups salad oil 6 tbsp. frozen orange juice concentrate 1/3 cup sugar 1 1/2 tsp. grated orange peel 3 1/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 3/4 tsp. baking powder Harzog home. Mrs. Myron Busch was ad~ mittfd to Blue Earth hospital Wednesday and released Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Waterhouse, Mrs. Dallas Green, and Ellwood Green, Mr. anl Mrs. Harold Herzog and Betty and Sita Johnson attended the Herzog - Krueger reunion at the Clarion park Sunday. Mrs. Zilphy Hardt was a recent guest for several days it the Ubbe Berg home in Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Engelbart Logemann, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ploeger, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Logeman and family and Clarence Ploeger attended a .dimly reunion at Humboldt Sunday. Monday, Mrs. Zilphy Hardt entertained Mrs. Lillian Brack, Mrs. Glen Burrow, Mrs. Hazel Carpenter and Mrs. C. M. Sullivan at a coffee party. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog, Betty Herzog and Sita Johnson visited the Elvin Togersens in Mason City following the Herzog reunion at Clarion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herzog and Cindy of Albert Lea were also there and Betty and Sita retimed to Minneapolis with Roy who is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Togersen, Rex and Lynn of Shreveport, La. are also at the Elvin Togersens and are expected in Ledyard to visit his mother, Mrs. Ann Togersen and at the Harold Herzogs Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson and Mr. and Mr. Walter Mans visited with Ahrend Hans at the Buffalo Center hospital Sunday evening. They, along with Mrs. Ahrend Hans visited Mrs. Art Lester and Mrs. Signe Nelson at the Timely Mission Nursing Home. The men also visited Nick Keller. They and the Junior Poppe family were guests at the Ahrend Hans home later in the evening. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Engelby was baptized June 19 at Sacred Heart Catholic church by Fr. Robert Thiele. He was named Bradley Alan. PRINTING-THAT PULLS and do«i Justice to your, business, falrltf priced. Legal Notices IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. B963 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Lilly M. Bunkofske, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Lilly M. Bunkofske, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 2~th day of June, 1966, the last will and testament of Lilly M. Bunkofske , deceased, bearing date of the 1st day of November, 1956, and codicil attached thereto dated October 31, 1961, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Edna Clark was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance ; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 27th day of June, 1966. Edna Clark Executor of said Estate Grand Meadow, Minn. H. W. Miller Attorneys) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 7th day of July, 1966. (50-51) REMEMBER The 1956 class of Wesley high school held a reunion at the Algona Country Club Saturday evening A social hour was followed by a buffet dinner, a program, followed by reading of the class prophecy and an account of each member's activities since graduation. Letters from the seven of the 19 who could not be present were also read. T! 12 present are shown above. They are, front row, left to right, Betty Olson Ricke, GrarTd Meadow Minn., Mary Cruise Stout, Mason City, Bill Hanig, Wesley, Kermit Studer, Sr Lake, Ida Mae Kutschara Arndorfer, Wesley, and Julia Raney Forburger, Algona. In back, eft to right, Janice Vitzthum Ludwig, Corwith, Rosalee Reising Studer, Corwith, Craig Loebig, Hopkins, Minn., Joanne Hollister Ferstl, Algona, Carrie Engen Johnson, Algona, Wesley, Joa, Kay Studer, Algona^aron Harr WehrspL, Denison, Ellen Root Murphy, Appleton, Wise., Marva Nygaard Bleber, Junction City S, Dick Robinson, Eugene, Oregon, and Mary Olson Grind**, Glen Burnie Md The class members present voted to hold another reunion in five years. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) _ LEDYARD ten days at the home ol their grandparents, Mr. andMrs. Herman Goetz. Sixty-five persons attended the Merriam-Thompson reunion at Ottosen Sunday held at the Howard Thompson home. Betty Herzog and Sita Johnson of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the parental Harold GROCERY DELIVERY TWICE DAILY *********^*********** **** ) ) "Vr* - - - - Call 5-3762 irlr*r***1r*irir*ir*it**it***** EAST END GROCERY ALGONA Mrs. Richard Kanler, the former Delores Krebsbach, opened her beauty salon at Britt, June 20. June 19, Mr. and Mrs. John Nanthei, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramersmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kramersmeier and family, Judy Van Hove, and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hartman and family joined the Gerald Manthei and Geraldine Robertson families of Cedar Rapids at a picnic at Waverly. Cheryl Robertson returned to Ledyard to spend the summer with her grandparents. Caleb Hartshorn, Spencer, Mass., is visiting Mrs.RayEstle and other relatives here. He accompanied his daughter, the Dennis Breitenfelds and family, as far as Wisconsin where they remained to visit his parents. They will be coining to Ledyard to visit later. A family picnic was held at the Luverne Thompson home Sunday. Attending were Mrs. Estle and Caleb Hartshorn, Mr. and Mrs.- Harlan Logemann and family, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Gotlieb Reiffer and family and Mrs. Paarl Smith of Lakota. June 2, the year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Zweirs of Redwood Falls, Minn., underwent surgery at a hospital in the Cities. Her grandparents, the Fred Ploegers, spent several days at Redwood Falls and report she is improving. Saturday night, Alex Munyer of Rugy, No. Dak. called from the Mike Munyer home in Minneapolis and Mrs. Bashara accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ed Munyer of Elmore to Minneapolis to bring their brother here to visit until Wednesday when lie returned to North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetz entertained Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Poppe and girls of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper, Mr. and M.~s. James Mayne and family, Pain Rusher and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Selberg of Estlier- ville and Mrs. Hermai Goetz at dinner, June 19 in honor of their son Rodney svho was confirmed at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota. Darold Goetz, who is in the Navy and stationed in California, called home in the afternoon from the Lawrence Manye home where he was visiting. Tamara Rae and Cynthia Kae Pasclike of Blue Earth spent ALGONA SHEAKUEYS EMMETSBURG m ~- -^^f^ M —- -^^ an -"Drastic Savings On All Summer Apparel - BOTH FLOORS Hurry-Sale Ends July 16! SPORTSWEAR • Swim Suits • Shorts • Jamaicas • Blouses T ACCESSORIES • Hats • Purses • Hosiery • Jewelry DRESSES Misses 10-20 Junior 7-15 Half 12 1 / 2 -24 1 /2 Maternities rfl CHILDREN'S DEPT. • Boys' Wear • Dresses • Sportswear • Coats

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