4-Algeria (la.) Upper De* Melnw Thursday, S«pf. 15, 196o "THIS IS ONE HOUSE GUEST I hate to see leave", said Mother Nature to her husband, Father Time. "I wish September could stay more than thirty days." Father Time put down the magazine he was reading, nodded in agreement and remarked, "Well, you ought to like to have her around, she's our very own daughter." - o - "YES, I KNOW", replied Mother Nature, "but you know ho* it is. Once the kids are married they have homes and lives of their own. The most you can hof^ for is a yearly visit. Then it almost seems as if they'd never been away." - o - MOTHER NATURE WENT ON, "Just the other day somebody said to me that they thought September was about the nicest of our Time children. I don't like to seem partial because I dearly love all twelve of them, but I must admit I find September most charming. April is darling, but so tempermental; June is beautiful but so occupied with raising things; December is full of wisdom, but such an old man. September still has the loveliness of youth and is so pretty dressed in those greens and golds I chose for her and with the asters and summer's last roses in her hair. But she's mature and she has an air of fulfillment about her." - o FATHER TIME SAID, "Yes, September is a little full flown and she worries a bit about becoming too buxom, but I like a Time girl v.ith a little meat on her bones. I also like some of the gifts she brings when she comes to visit — the red ripe tomatoes, the squash and the fresh oysters, just because there's an R in her name. August can keep that corn-on-the-cob he's always bragging about. Give me September's blue grapes and apple cider every time.'' - o - "NO WONDER THEY USED TO CALL YOU 'Supper' Time", Mother Nature laughed, " always thinking about the foods of the season. I think one reason September has such a sunny disposition is that she has finally gotten her children back in school. Her sons have packed their suitcase^ and have gone to college ' campuses, the m iddle children are in elementary and high school • and the littlest one is in kindergarten. Now September has a -little time for reflection and serenity.'' "Yeah, but it won't last long." Father Time predicted. "September also gets herself involved in the new club season, the opening of the Woman's ; Association's banner year, and the PTA. To say nothing of ;the Girl, Boy and Cub Scouts." - o "I GUESS YOU MIGHT SAY SEPTEMBER is right at the prime ; of her life. She doesn't have May's dancing feet, although she • can skitter around a bit. She doesn't have her brother, November's gray locks, though I have noticed a frost of white in Septem- ;ber's hair sometimes in the mornings. But at least she's not '. inclined to take one last colorful fling before age sets in like her . sister, October. That October! She's a regular gypsy. Always : going around with her red and yellow petticoat showing: Her :blue eyes tease, but just when you are convinced she's as warm "as she promises, she turns icy. I'll be glad to see October I when she arrives on her visit but I don wish she wouldn't use ' so much make-up trying to cover up how down-right dowdy she is : getting around the edges." ' - o ' FATHER TIME RARELY BRINGS compliments to anybody, but • now he looked at his wife and said, "My dear, I know one reason ' our daughter September Is so wonderful. She takes after you. • She has Mother Nature's finests traits. Mother Nature blushed • like one of her choicest sunsets, and said, "Oh, go 'long with • you now! Our daughter, September takes after you. All you ; Times have to be hurrying on. Can't a Time ever stand still?" " _ o " SEPTEMBER, THE WEEK of the llth through 17, also brings • birthdays to Carolyn Plott Walman, Donna Miller, A. J. Klooster, • Timothy Will, Bob Diekmann, Katie Gilmore, Tom King, Larry • Taylor, John Pittman, Dr. L. R. Potter, Vivian Hagen, Deborah • Logan, Jim Utt, Marcy Meyer, Clara Pompe, George Harris, Phyllis Burt, Phyllis Kuhn, Ada Hanson, Marie Dutton, Don ~ Nelson, Gene Hutchins, Bill Bartlett, Paula Schafer, Mark Stanton, • Dallas Klein, Paul Martin, John T. McGuire, Carl Morck, Art Olson, Steven Harris, and Don Hagen. Wedding anniversaries include Mr. and Mrs. C. M O 1 Connor, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill •'• Kraft. - o THIS WEEK'S RECIPE USES another of September's gifts ~ apples. It's for Apple Torte. 2 eggs 1 cup sugar 1 cup flour ; 2 teasp. baking powder i 1/2 teasp. salt ; 1 tsp. vanilla : 1 cup nuts 2 cups apples. :, Beat eggs well. Gradually add the sugar, beat, fold in the 1 Hour with baking powder and salt. Add vanilla. Then chopped '- nuts and chopped apples. Bake in 15 x 10 x 2 incli pan for 3035 minutes at 350 degrees. GRACE. 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Bancroft Host To First Of 3 Golf Stags BANCROFT - The North Kossuth Golf Club joined Algona and Wesley in round robin stag which began Thursday, Sept. 1 at Bancroft. The next one will be held at Wesley on Sept. 8 and Algona will host the group Sept. 15. Play begins at 2 p. tn. with an evening meal at each of these affairs. No green fees will be accepted. The committee for the supper served at Bancroft included the following: Bob Rahe, Don R. J. Welp, Kenneth Mulligan, J. J. Welp, Bernard Meister, Bill Pech, Jim Kennedy, Frank Bauer, Jr., Albin Kayser, Lamont Jansen and Delbert Ferguson. The North Kossuth Golf Club held a couples' cook-out on Sat., Sept. 3. The committee included Messrs, and Mesdames Kenneth Mulligan, Artie Mulligan, Elwood Nelson, John Rike and Roy Hinz. Bill Accurso, 15-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Accurso of Bancroft, won the Junior Golf Championship crown at the North Kossuth Golf Club recently, for the second consecutive year. Steve Ditsworth, 12-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Ditsworth was runner-up. This was also the second consecutive time he had received this honor. Steve shot a 37 and two 42's, which gave him a 27-hole total of 121. The N. K. G. C. ladies held a stagette on Wednesday even-, ing, Aug. 31. The committee included Mrs. Albin Kayser and Mrs. A. M. Schrandt. - o - Sister Mary Magdalen was honored by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz, at a family dinner at their farm home Sunday, Aug. 28, and an open house in St. John's hall that same day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cogley, Helen Cogley, and Mrs.DonGude of Carroll, attended the wedding of Patricia Cogley and Paul Lang, Jr., in Detroit, Mich., Aug. 27. Mrs. Donald Hayden and baby were recent visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bertha Elsbecker. Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Kennedy and Joann Kennedy, Seal Beach, Calif., returned to Bancroft on Sunday after a nine day vacation in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Froehle returned home last Wednesday from a four-day trip to the Black Hills and other spots in South Dakota. Marlene Ferguson of Minneapolis and John Storm visited at the Maurice Froehle home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nemmers and family of Spencer were Labor Day weekend visitors at the Clarence Nemmers and Helen Doocy hones. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ingalls are the parents of their eighth child, a son, weighing 8 lbs. f 4 oz. The little lad arrived on Aug. 27 at St. Ann hospital, and joins four brothers and three sisters at home. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Tom Ford of Ft Dodge, visited J. F. Helinsky recently. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Ford are granddaughters of Mr. Helinsky. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Mulligan were recently visited by her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Penton and family of Fargo, N. D. On Monday, Aug. 29, Mrs. Mulligan and Mr. Penton visited their mother, who is a patient at University hospitals in Iowa City. Labor Day weekend guests at the Henry Menke home included Mr. and Mrs. Clay Gilmore, Pasadena, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ditsworth, Jefferson, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Menke and family of Laurens. Mrs. Ken Wilcox of near Washington, D.C., visited last week at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Welp and also attended the funeral of Mrs. Mattie Guide. Bancroft C.D.A. held their first meeting of the new season Sept. 6. The committee included Mrs. Vincent Becker, chairman, Mrs. Phil Doocy, co-chairman, Mrs. Gene Bollig,. Mrs. Don Egan, Mrs. Leo Elsbecker, Mrs. Vincent Ford, Mrs. Walter Goche, Mrs. Bernard Hauptman, Mrs. FlorianHellman, Mrs. Paul Inmin, Mrs. Helen Kemna, Mrs. Roland Kollasch, Mrs. Mae Lattimer, Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. Leander M-jnke, Mrs. Florence Mulligan, Mrs. H. J. McNertney, Mrs. Geo. Rahe, Mrs. Arnold Schiltz, Mrs. Leo Smith, Mrs. Willard Thompson, Mrs. Raymond Vogel and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Menke and family spent a weekend recently at the Lake of the Ozarks. Enroute they stopped in Des Moines where they enjoyed seeing Lawrence Welk perform at the State Fair. Thursday evening, Sept. 1, supper guests at the Dick Welp home included Mrs. Ken Wilcox, Washington, D. C., Mrs. Jack Vitzthum, Linda and Jerry of Wesley, and Mrs. Don R. J. Welp and Kevin, Anne and Tim of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bern-, hard visited at the home of their son, Dave Bernhard, in St. Benedict, last Sunday to help celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hutchison and boys of Estherville visited friends and relatives in Bancroft over the Labor Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dudding and family of Nebraksa were Labor Day weekend visitors at the Oda Dudding home in Bancroft. Early Resident, Bancroft, Dies BANCROFT - Funeral services were held Aug. 31 at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft for Mrs. Mattie Guide of Arlington, Va. Rev. Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiated. Mrs. Guide was born Aug. 2, 1889 at Armstrong, and received her education at the Bancroft schools. She married Henry Guide at Bancroft in October, 1911. Mr. Guide preceded her in death in 1936 and was buried in St. John's cemetery. He was a member of the Mayer and Guide Farm Impl. firm in Bancroft and also a funeral director until 1917. One daughter, Marine Guide of Arlington, Va., survives, along with a brother, Roy Fuller of Portland, Ore., and two sisters, Mrs. Robert Chambers (Edna), and Mrs. Harold Haglund (Mildred), both of North Hollywood, Calif. Burial took place in St. John's cemetery with Garry Funeral Home in charge. SWEA-EAGLE n § By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mrs. Millie Hill and Vern, Marne, Iowa, were weekend visitors at the home of Mrs. Fred C. Newlin and Pauline. They also visited with the Darrel Newlins and the Glenn Clarks. Maxine Clark is teaching second grade in the LeMars schools this year and Betty Clark is teaching 1st grade in Lincoln school at Fairmont. Both are daughters of the Glenn Clarks. Tuesday evening guests at the Walter Magnusen home for the birthday of Mr. Magnusen were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Honnetteand Ethel, Sherbnrn, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Roger Feurhake, Dunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Madsen and Julius Ericksens, East Chain, and the Ole Kvamsdales. Wednesday supper guests at the Walter Magnusens were the Archie Ditsworths and the Clifford Andersons. The Preston family reunion was held recently at Reynolds Park, Swea City, with 94 people in attendance. , The _Pete Beiers and family of Sioux Falls, S.D. spent the Labor Day weekend at the Virgil Jensen home. The Don Koons, Estherville, Linus Vaskes, Rolfe, Keith Pes- hustas, Mason City, Orville Budachs, Estherville, and Maurice Carrs, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., were at the parental Harold Carr home Sunday for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hardt of Lincoln, Neb., spent a few days at the home of his parents, the Marlin Hardts. Jim recently received his discharge from the Air Force. 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Art Spear, Sherburn, Minn, and George Tobin, East Chain, were callers last week at the William Tobin, Ole Johansens and other homes in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Myrwin Larson and family of Grove City, Minn, were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the Laurel Peterson home. The Floyd Montgomerys were guests of the Milton Wilsons of Elmore at East Chain Lake Sunday. Mrs. Nels Godfredson is a medical patient at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Visitors have been the Cecil Godfredsons, Humboldt, Mrs. Mervin Johnson, the Ed Godfredsons and the Ben Wibbens, Algona. The Cecil Godfredsons were weekend guests at the Mervin Johnson home. E. E. Thompsen is a patient at Holy Family Hospital for medical treatment. He was admitted Tuesday. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson attended a T. B. Board meeting at Algona, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bahmann and Tedd, Cedar Rapids, were Friday to Monday visitors at the parental Cecil Thoreson home. Mrs. Bahmann will teach 3rd grade in the Hiawatha school this year. 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