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(la.) Uppftr D«t Mdin*t Thursday, March 7, tt Register At Wesley lor Kindergarten WESLEY-Forty-eight registered for kindergarten at Corwith-Wesley Community School on Wednesday, Feb. 21. Those who registered are: Kim Albertson, Marlyn; Kevin Becker, Wilfred; Patric Becker, Alvin; Diana Bedford, Elmer; Julia Bode, Franklin; Jeffrey Casper, George; Colleen Conaway, Arthur; Rebecca Cowles, Ronald; Jean Everett, Thomas; Daniel Fett, Donald. Brett Fish, Albert; Timothy Forburger, Kenneth; Lisa Grandgenett, LeRoy; Mark Grandgenett, Paul; Linda Guenther, George; Sheila Hanig, William; Daniel Hankins, Roland; Sheila Heard, Holland; Deborah Helleseth, John, Mary Hilbert, Gordon. Grant Hunget, Phillip; Jennifer Koppen, William; Mary Larson, William; Jennifer Mullins, James; Dwight Nail, Richard; Shelly Nail, Samuel; Patricia Olson, Vern; James Otis, Edward; Kristine Parkhurst, Paul; Julia Penning, Raymond. Kelly Price, Duane; Scott Rasmus, David; Kathryn Rockwood, William; Annelise Rummens, Bobby; Keith Schipull, Ralph; Douglas Shellenberg, Richard; Jeffrey Shipman, William; Beth Sloan, Glenn; Jeff Sloan, Glenn; Daniel Studer, Ben J. Paul Tebben, Russel; Judy Vitzthum, Mike; Anthony Wilhite, Jerry D.; Paula Yeoman, Dale; Duane Youngwirth, Victor; Edward Youngwirth, John; and Marchia Clingerman. Anyone who failed to register may do so by contacting the office at either Corwith or Wesley at their earliest convenience. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard went to Dallas, Texas Saturday, Feb. 24, where they attended the R.E.A. convention for a week. Mike Weig left Monday, Feb. 26 from Des Moines for San Diego, Calif, where he will serve aboard the U.S.S. Cogswell, adestroyer. He had spent three weeks in the parental Joe Weig home. He had been stationed two years at Corpus Christi, Texas. Mrs. Maggie Homan and daughter^' Mrs: Art Bergeman and three children of Ackley, visited Mrs. Lulu Hanig, the George Weigs and the Joe Weigs Sunday, Feb. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Loebig and small daughter, Kim, of Rochester, Ind., spent ten days recently in the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Loebig and family. The weekend visit was extended to ten days due to the hospitalization of Kim at St. Ann Hospital, Algona. Bob had recently come home from service in Thailand. The family is now at an Air Force base in Maine. Bob's parents, the Edmund Loebigs of Rochester, had spent the Feb. 18 weekend in the Wilfred Loebig home. ' The regular meeting of the Wesley Wizards 4-H Club was held Feb. 5 at the Titonka public library, with president Shirley Becker presiding. Wendy Lickteig and Sherri Hansen gave a demonstration. Danna Larson and Kim Martinek gave talks.* Mrs. Martha Ramus, LuVerne, spent last week with her daughter and family, the Irwin Hild- mans. On Monday afternoon, Feb. 26, they attended the funeral of a cousin, Virgil Jones, 42, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Ft. Dodge. Mr. Jones was crushed while doing construction work at Lutheran Hospital. Mrs. Irwin Hildman and Beatrice Hildman attended a birthday party for Mrs. Emma Hoeppner at LuVerne Sunday, Feb. 18. Carl Froehlich and Paul Flaherty left Thursday, Feb. 22 for New Orleans, La. to attend the Mardi Gras and to visit the Wilfred (Smokey) Flahertys, who live in that area. Allen Dean, 14-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kunkel was taken to Mercy Hospital, Mason City, Wednesday morning for medical care. Mrs. Settle Bode entertained tier bridge club Monday evening, Feb. 26 in Al's Lounge. Sara Raney was high scorer. Mrs. Sandy Heard will have the next party, Mrs. Mary Weber entertained her contract bridge club Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Goetzvisited their daughter and family, the Pat Judges o| Boone Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs, GoeU visited the Cla* rinse Arndorfers at Irvington on Sunday, Feb. 25. Mr, and Mre.Tom Lickteigare proud parents of a baby boy weighing g Jbs., 4o?., bornTues- dfty, Feb. 27 at Hancock Memorial H0fpUaJ< He has been named Stella Preuschl Of Algona To Marry May 4 STELLA PREUSCHL Mr. and Mrs. John Preuschl, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Stella, to Stanley Huber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Linus Huber, Charles City. The future bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School and is employed at Cook's Welders Supply, Inc. Mr. Huber, after three years in the Navy, is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone at Mason City. The wedding will take place May 4 at St. Benedict Catholic Church, St. Benedict. Francis Hildman Of Wesley Is Army Enlistee FRANCIS HILDMAN Francis Hildman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hildman, Wesley, has enlisted in the U. S. Army. He graduated from Garrigan High School, Algona, in 1967. He also graduated from Hamilton Business College in 1967. After basic training he will take further training in stock control and accounting. Russell Thomas, and he has two sisters, Marjorie and Julie. Mother and infant were brought home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig are paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rockwood, Kitty and Ronnie, returned the fore part of last week from a week's trip to Denver, Colo., where they visited Mrs. Rockwood's two brothers, Glen Thilges, stationed at an Air Force base at Colorado Springs, and the Henry Thilges family. St. Joe Woman Delegate At Traffic Meeting ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell spent Monday in Des Moines where Mrs. Sinn well represented the Iowa Rural Letter Carriers Auxiliary from this area in attending the Iowa Women's Traffic Safety Conference. More conferences will be held in this area during April with the public invited and urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Sinnwell also visited their daughter Connie while in Des Moines. - o Mrs. Don Illg was guest on Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Adeline Wagner entertained the R-Nu 500 Club. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Mrs. Rosalia Illg. . Mrs. Peter Kirsch entertains the club March 28. Fiorian Faber underwent nose surgery in University Hospital at Iowa City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell spent Saturday afternoon and evening at Marshalltown attending the Mid-Winter Rally for Carriers and Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brofer, Ft. Dodge, were callers Tuesday at the George Wagner and Orville Wagner homes. nyone can win in Swanson r s ••BBBMIRBB ^^tr ^9r ^^Hir TheRa Cash Prizes Weekly... NO OBLIGATIONS - GET A FREE CARD AT SWANSON'S TODAY! GREAT VAWETV! GREAT EATING! .Ttl t*4HM ,?>*.( 1 103*369 2 30M6I? 1 I 25-401 • »"'»# /IsC, BAKER'S CHOCOLATE CHIPS 8 OZ. PACKAGE JENO'S PIZZA BOX inmr d'a 5 5 ninrm a a a BTTB o a a a a a a a t CASH PRIZES: 1st Race J2. 2nd Race $5.00! 3rd Race $10.00 4fh Race $25.00 5fh Race $ 8 B 9 B 9 fl POQCflQQOQOOOooooooooop 6 a a a a a raTa a a a a a a a a a WATCH IT ON KEYC-TV, CHAN, NEL 12, MONDAY AT 5 P.M. PICK UP A RACE CARD EVERY TIME YOU SHOP SWANSON'S. WINNERS OF EACH RACE WILL BE POSTED AFTER THE RACES AT THE STORE THRU SATURDAY NIGHTS, SO YOU NEED NOT WAIX!H TV TO WIN. NEW CARD|EACH WEEK. P ti 9 B.9 • UAAJ 9 fl B.9.PJL9JLLBJUUUUI Partial List G. F. Towne Ralph Fandel Mrs. Willis Bellinger Mrs. Howard Busch Mrs. Elmer Hellman John Leutsch Mrs. Cleo Black Mrs. Gene Zender Earl Elbert Jerry Parsons Wayne Pedersen Mrs. Robt. Dodds Mrs. Harry Cutler Mrs. Roger Keith Mrs. Theresa Mueller Mrs. Henry Holland Mrs. Dennis Eller Larry Fox Mrs. John Rooney Mrs. DeLond Votteler Louis Greinert Mildred Adams PATRICIAN i c-"- 1 "" :•• ' * inners Mrs. Lloyd Funk / Mrs. Delores Besch f Mrs. Dick Post * Mrs. Ray Cook Mrs. Grace Adams Mrs. Gary Mergen Norma Johnson Tom Kenefick Hilda Wegner Theresa Arndorfer John R. Dutton Mrs. Don Prieskorn Mrs. Orville Thill Mrs. Marvin D. Kramer Scott DeSart Ted Charles Mrs. Duane Webb Mrs. Robert Maahs Abraham Habege Mrs. Jack Nyman Mrs. Charles Sorensen Dale C. Mains Menke Larry Gisch Afdyth Thomason Charles Steil Mrs. Durwood Rutledge Mrs. Lou Reilly Mrs. Glen Rike Merwin Jentz James John Cecil Koepke Mrs. Harold Angus Mrs. Jim Tharland Bernice Scott Mrs. A. Weydert Mrs. Chas. Dacken Louis Loubenthal Mrs. Russ Byers Mrs. Earl Osborn Mrs. John Goecke Frank Besch Mrs. James Becker Shirley Christenson Elmer E. Cook 'i en Giant Sale! Thursday, March 7, 1968 Algona (la.) Upp«r D*« Moln»t-J GREAT FOOD! AD PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. WELL'S COTTAGE CHEESE 12 OZ. CARTON GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 LB. BAG PETER PIPER MANDARIN ORANGES CANS WELL'S BLUE BUNNY VEGETABLE FAT DESSERT Vi GALLON GREEN GIANT GREEN GIANT Corn 4 —•——•—•^•i Peas 6 12 oz. cans GREEN GIANT KITCHEN SLICED Gre KITCHEN SLICED CUT GREEN OR rviiwncn 3Lll.EUflr Beans O FRESHENERS YOUR CHOICE BUTTERNUT COFFEE ALE We're choosy about the meat we sell you. It has to be top quality or it's never displayed in our cases for sale . . .Phone us for special cuts - our meat cutters will cut and have them ready for you immediately. We're here to please you ! GROUND BEEF BY ACTUAL TEST - ALGONA'S BEST! Ib. BEEF MINUTE STEAKS ib. 89 WILSON'S CORN KING BACON SHORT BEEF RIBS ib. 29 FARMBEST lift M CANNED H A JU Beef Steakettes Ib. 79 APPED IN BACON Chopped Sirloin ib. 98 HORMEL'S NOT HOT Hot Dogs Ib. 53 BOONE RIVER Big Bologna Chunk Ib. 39 cs r49 WILSON'S HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS: Braunschweiger , b . 39 TAME CREME RINSE Reg. $1,00 Btl. large clothes baskets, pails, dish pans, waste baskets, buckets, etc, WIDE VARIETY OF COLORS & SIZES 53* NEW CALM DEODOR ANT $1,00 size LOVING CARE HAIR COLORING Reg. $1,75 Kit GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS Ib. 10* •••••••••••••••••••i I...9.••••••••••••••«•••««••• 0 RANG CO sib. IRflHUEid kaa . •> , .v- . •. 3 - • f • ' • nr Vf VJ • ' '„ . - r: i t • , ~^ • 99* •••••••••«•.«••*••( >•*•••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•• S>SPARAGUSi39$ »••••«••«. 49* >•«••*•««« -fcwmM** irfMiMr* IflVCK *CW 4t4fe A GRAPEFRUIT 8 69* •••*•*•••«•••*•••*•••*«.*..••*•*»•••*••••••••••«•«•••...«•» FLORIDA SWEET, JUICY ORANGES FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER RED EDITOR'S NOTE: This column of Woman's World is a reprint from the Thursday, March 31, 1955 issue of The Algona Upper Des Moines. - o A LOT OF MONEY IS BEING given away these days on the radio and television quiz shows. It looks so easy. The M.C. gets up, tells a few jokes and puts the contestant thoroughly at ease. Then lie asks the questions and if you answer them correctly you win a trip around the world, a brand new kitchen, complete with dishwasher and supersonic brain, or a check that comes in real handy in paying off the mortgage on the old homestead. - o SOME OF THE TIME I CAN answer the questions even better than the contestants, can't you ? That is, we can answer them when we are sitting in our own living room with just the family as an audience. I suspect it would be quite a different story if we were up in front of a group of several hundred people and if more than our family's good opinion of our brain was at stake. - o - NOW IF I WERE RUNNING these quiz shows, I'd do things a little differently. I'd ask just the questions people were pretty apt to know automatically. I'd ask the men stuff about batting averages, tax laws and events in the news so they'd have a pretty good chanco of getting some prizes. Then if I had a nice little housewife with three or four kids as a contestant, I'd ask her questions that would be sure to get her a mink coat, a fitted handbag, or whatever super-duper luxury was being offered. I'd not cheat or whisper any clues in her ears, but I would rig the questions, for there are certain answers that every woman is sure to know. - o JUST FOR EXAMPLE, some of the questions I'd ask a woman contestant if I were running a quiz show: 1. What are the most expendable items in a household that includes children? Answer: Band aids, scotch tape, the head of the household's flashlight, nutmeats planned to be used in baking. Is there any mother who can keep any or all of these around until she uses them ? 2. What are the favorite foodstuffs of the American small-fry? Answer: Beefburgers, weiners, peanut butter sandwiches, ice cream, cocoa, chocolate milk, pop and bubble gum; 3. What is a slow oven? Answer: One with a temperature of 325 degrees and not, as some men might think, an oven that can't run very fast. 4. What is the natural habitat of small boys ? Answer: Over in the vacant lot, down by the work bench in the cellar, up where there's a building construction project, or near any mud puddle. In short, any place where there is (a) dirt, (b) noise, or (c) wheels going around. 5. Who made all this mess in the living room ? Answer: There is no answer to this when you ask the youngsters for nobody admits to it. Better try this question: Who is going to clean it up? Answer: Mother. '**Q^ffi$$%BS$f, .anybody who is infanticipating? This one's easyT* ;Mosti'1iay**wornan can tell you the names of everybody in town who is expecting a baby plus several movie star mothers and women in the news. What's more, they can tell you when. Some gals have this down to such a fine art, they can tell the good news before the prospective mother is real sure herself and certainly before the future father knows it. - o - 7. WHY CAN'T YOU RUN THE house the way I run my office ? This question is almost never asked on quiz programs, but most women hear it often enough from another source. In the interests of domestic peace it is better left unanswered, but it could start out - "because I don't have a secretary to do my errands nor a wife to take care of my clothes." And the answer could include that we are are hampered somewhat by hoards of invading small- fry, complete with mud on their shoes. And there are such little details as runny noses to blow, fights to referee and messes to clean up, to say nothing of telephone interruptions, church, Scout and club details. We could continue on this subject but it would only go on, and on, and on. 8. What is basting ? The answer to this depends on what you are doing at the time. If you are sewing, basting is a temporary running stitch; if you're cooking, it's spooning fats and liquids over meat. 9. How can you tell if a child is becoming ill? Answer: First you feel him under the chin and if he's warm you take his temperature. Then you look behind his ears which could indicate (1) mumps, (2) measles, or (3) a swelling from a clunk on the head. Next you look at his turnmy for (a) rash, (b) swelling from too much popcorn and peanuts, or (c) lack of thoroughness in removing dirt at his last bath. Then you question him about (a) sore throat, (b) headache, (c) his bathroom regularity. When the inspection is complete, you either (a) give him an aspirin and wait for further developments, (b) report your findings to the doctor, or (c) conclude that the kid is goldbricking and send him to school anyway. 10. Would you, as a wife and mother, want to change places with anyone in the world ? Answer: Anybody want to make me an offer ? But in a less flippant rnood, I'd be the first to admit that a husband, home and children are what I've always wanted. And if any or all of them irritate me a bit now and then I can always escape by dreaming about a quiz contest and winning a mink coat, a brand new kitchen complete with supersonic brain, or a check that would corne in real handy in paying off the mortgage on the old homestead. GRACE SOCIETY SURPRISE PARTY A surprise birthday party was held Feb. 22 for Al Bormann. Guests besides the honoree's wife included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eischen, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eischen, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thill. - o - GUEST NIGHT Officers and members of St. Benedict C.D.A. entertained officers of the surrounding courts at a guest night. Courts represented were Bancroft, Algona, West Bend, Whittemore, Wesley, and St. Joe, as well as a number of guests from the St. Benedict parish. A fashion show in reverse, with Ruth Grein as narrator, was presented by several ladies. Cards were played and lunch was served at the close of the evening. Prizes were awarded to Linda Besch, high in cards, and RoseUa Eischen, low. Justine Becker, Wesley, was given a prize tor having the only Feb. 29 birthday. Mary Menke, Bancroft, was awarded the door prize. Special guests in attendance were Father Reisberg and the Sisters of St. Francis. - o MRS. ANNA BLEICH, Algona, and Mrs. Julius Seller, St. Benedict, went to Fonda Sunday and from there accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Brien to Carroll where they attended open house at St. Antonio's School where Lynda Seller is a student. TRAPPED Sol Hendricks of Rockwell City has had a great fox trapping sea* son. He recently displayed 75 pelts. He also trapped one wolf. He started trapping va» mints about Nov, 10.