The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1962 · Page 18
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4-Algdna (In.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May IS, 1962 Hybrids " Eugene Hood, Algona Albert J. Bormann, Algona Peter C. Reding, Bode Lawrence Besch, Whitfemore Archie Elbert, Algona Raymond Otis, Wesley Frank Droessler, Bancroft Homer Matthiesen, Fentot Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper J LOBSTER HURRY-UPS Fast and fancy-looking, this luncheon treat from Mrs. James Caswell of Duluth, Minnesota: first, make six toast-cups. (Trim crusts from bread, shape slice.? in muffin tins, bake in hot oven till cri.ip). Sot aside. Open and drain one small can lobster. Cut bite-size chunks into 2 cup-i white sauce. Mix in (.'iic cut-up hard cooked ega, 2 Thsp. grated cheese, 2 tsp. grated onion, \-> tsp. salt and \'. t tsp. pepper. Stir over low gas heat till thoroughly combined. Serve in toust cups with a side order of green salad. TWIN BREEZES Ever wonder how a gas clothes dryer does it? One vital helper is the air stream, which cradles clothes as they dry and also carries away humidity as it gathers. This gentle, tumbling action is so kind to your clothes. You know, some kinds of clothes dryers bake your dot lies dry. With gentle gas all your clothes come out so soft and fluffy... so wrinkle-free you're spared a lot of ironing. Today's automatic gas clothes dryers have a myriad of other time and work-saving features. Find out about them all at your local gas company or gas appliance TRIP RIDDLE Can you say "Wish you were here." without sending traditional travel postcards? One thoughtful gent stuffs an envelope with empty (never full) match-covers, theatre and concert ticket-stubs, printed napkins and cards from clever shops. The recipient has fun picturing the places visited. No lengthy notes necessary! Questions help recall the fun, when the traveler reports in person. THRIFTY NIFTY Don't you hate to toss the glass tubes now toothbrushes arrive in? Miss Anne Ludcke of Minneapolis, Minnesota, saves them. This thrifty 12- year-old miss also saves small colored stones and rocks . . . fills the tubes with vegetable-colored water and her treasured stones. Tape the plastic tube-top in place. The tubes make pretty decorations — a comforting thought, with the beach season just ahead. KNIT KIT Just a moment — don't waste that tired waste-basket! Paint its inside bright. Treat the outside to a fresh helping of adhesive-backed paper, in a harmonizing print . . . Tie a ribbon bow around the rim, and trot out that yarn supply. You've a new basket for your knitting! CITY OF SERVICE A city of 206,000 people would be a real metropo- h-i. That many folks are employed by the natural gas industry! Many of these, plus thousands of other people like you and me, are stockholders in public utilities and gas supply companies. Natural gas belongs to all of us ... and aren't you glad? No other fuel brings so many luxurious advantages for so little cost. \our local gas company keeps you supplied with America's wonder-fuel. Northern Natural lias Company supplies it to them. What does it add up to? More "first class" leisure liv- inji for you! C Make Plans To Beautify, Improve Burt Town Park Hurt — Bcnita Mitchell and Elsie Lockvvoocl represented the Burt Woman's Club at the May meeting of the Burt Town Council on Monday evening. They met with council members to formulate plans to improve and beautify the city park. In cooperation with the council and other Burt Civic Organizations it was proposed to put posts on both the north and south side of the park to set the boundary line of the park, and to restrain peo- plr from driving cars on the gr. unds. Lilacs, honeysuckle, and other flowering shrubs and trees will be planted. Picnic tables will be repaired and painted, unsightly refuse containers and structures will be removed or hidden and park grounds given a thorough cleaning. It is hoped the work can be completed before Memorial Day. Future maintenance will be the responsibility of the council. In other actions of the council at Mondays meeting, the "Oath of Office" was administered to E. P. Fredrickson, who, because of illness, was unable to be present, when oath was administered to other council members. The council also considered the control of dogs running loose in (he city. The council hopes for passage of a restraining ordinance soon. The use of the city dump by non-residents was discussed to some length. The ownership anc maintenance of the dump is solely by tax payers in town. All others must pay $2.00 per year for a permit to use the dump. The permit expires Dec. 31 each year. Therr will be spot checking done to check violators without a permit. St. John's Aid Met 21 members and 7 visitors answered roll call at the May meeting of St. John's Ladies Aid on Thursday. Pastor Vehling led in the devotions of the day. President Mrs. Eunice Meyer urged all members to remember a former member, Mrs. Anna Drone, on her birthday, May 9. Mrs. Drone is now a resident at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Plans were completed for the zone L.W.M.L. Rally which was held at the Burt church May ',) The Mite Box offering for "the last quarter amounted to $30.15. Hostesses were Helen Smith and Lydia Schwietert. Mother's Tea T: e annual Mother's Tea sponsor*..M by Burt Blue Birds that had )ccn .-ehedulecl for May 12, has been postponed until Saturday, May 19. It will be held at the Burt Legion Hall. Mallard Methodist church on Thursday. Mrs. Amelia Polhemus arrived home on Friday after several months with her son, Edward in California. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Trager and daughter, Des Moines, spent Sunday at the parental Fred Hilton home. Dr. Wm. Wessenlink of Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, will bo the guest speaker at the Presby terian church on Sunday, May 20 in the absence of Rev. Smidt, who is attending the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church in Denver. Honorary members of the UPVV will be honored at a 1 o'clock dessert luncheon at the church on Wednesday, May 16. The Evening circle will be in charge of arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyers and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer. Mrs. Goodwin Bergerud, left Saturday for Iowa City, where she- entered University hospital in preparation for major heart surgery She underwent surgery on Thursday morning. Goodwin Bergerud left Wednesday for Iowa City to be with his wife, who underwent major heart surgery on Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell were Sunday guests of his sister and family, the Al Offenheisers at Iowa Falls. The Kossuth County F.T.A. organization will meet at the Bui 1 ! school at 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 15. There will be installation of the new officers. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Riedel and family, Dubuque spent the week end at the parental Louis Riedei home. J. D. Andrews and David Has- mussen, students at Simpson Col lege, spent the weekend with their parents, the Dean Andrews and Al Rasmussens. Weekend visitors at the Al Hinckley home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomsen, Oakdale, Mr. and Mrs Henry Prange and Bob, Wells, Minn., Lois Prange, Minneapolis LeRoy Suhultz, Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. John Rash anil family, Algona spent Saturday evening with his mother, Mrs. Jes sie Rash. Mr. Graham died Monday evening in the Soldier's Home, Marshalltown, at the age of 68. Little Debra Kay Harms, daughter of the Johnny H. Harms, celebrated her third birthday Tuesday, May 8. Guests Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peters and Duane, Shirley Peters and Chuck Kline of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hansen and family of Titonka were Monday evening visitors in the Johnny H. Harms home. , Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young went to Mason City Friday morning where Mrs. Young consulted a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Jean will be Sunday dinner guests in the John Von Bank home in honor of their daughter Patty Von Bank's first communion and Ihey will be supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eischen, Algona, in honor of their son, Ronny Eischen's first communion. Mi's. Goodwin Bergerud underwent surgery Thursday morning in University hospital in Iowa City. Mr. Bergerud and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Meindert Schmidt went down Wednesday to be with her. LEDGER SHEETS — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Delegate To Denver Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Smidt, left Monday for Denver, Colo., where Hev. Smidt will be a delegate to the General Assembly of The United Presbyterian church. Visits From Vancouver Veron Wallace, Vancouver, Washington, is spending some time in Burt visiting his mother and sister, Mrs. Bertha Wallace and Mrs. Gladys Hawcutt, and with other relatives and friends. Social Club At Portland Plans I Annual Picnic Portland — The Four Corner Social Club met May 1, in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett. There were ten ladies present, four guests, Mrs. Minnie Larsen, Mrs. Minnie Spiecher and Mrs. Harvey Graham and little granddaughter all of Titonka. It was decided the club would hold the annual picnic the second Tuesday in June, as the first Tuesday is Election Day This will be an after supper lun cheon of ice cream, cake anc sandwiches. Members may brint cake or sandwiches. The picni will be held in the Portland Com munity Hall, about 7:30 June 12. Methodist News Rev. Wm. Bohi will officiate at the Installation of the newly elected WSCS officers during the morning worship service on Sunday, May 20. The last quarterly conference of the church year will be held at the Methodist church at 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 15. Ur Dairies of Spencer will be in attendance. Hi". Win. flohi attended a Sub- District Ministers meeting at the Ex-Member Tea Invitations are being mailed to former members of the Portland Progress Club for a Tea in their honor, which is to be held May 17 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clifford Young. Since there are some whose whereabouts are unknown to the committee, this means is being used to welcome all former members whether or not an invitation has been received Several families of Portland attended the funeral of George Graham Friday morning at Titonka. © Northern Natural Cos Company, Omaha, Nebraska READ THE WANT APS—IT PAYS WHAT THIS EMBLEM MEANS TO YOU! It Means the very best of Bqrber service When you are in the hands of the Barber who displays this Emblem. REMEMBER: (IT PAYS TO IQOK WEIL), So patronize the barber shop where you see this Emblem for your barber service; The following Members of the A.M. IS. 15. of Algona are sponsoring this article. Algona Barber Shop ________ "Soup" Briggs, R.B. John Lentsch, R.B. Bunkofski Barber Shop ____ Henry Bunkofski, R.B. Fox Barber Shop ____________ Charles Fox, R.B. Vernon Subject, B.B. Furst Barber Shop ____________ Henry Furst, R.B. Schillinglon Barber Shop - Robert Shillington, R.B,. Anthony Kahler, R.B. Before you purcfiase I • REDUCED RATES your Crop Hail Insurance I • UP TO 15% PREMIUM DISCOUNT' check these advantages I • LOSS DRAFTS ISSUED IN THE FIELD See or call us for more details and save $$$ ...you'll be glad you did! BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY CY 4-2735 ALGONA OUR HEARTIEST CONG RATU L AT IONS T O THE ST. JOHN'S SENIOR CLASS of 1962 Janet Deitering, Lcroy Meyer, Richard Kahler, Joe Kahler, Fayc Gilbcrtson. Ann Vogel, Barbara Lappe. Walter Schiltz, Duane Diers, Larry Schneider, Jerome Menke, Charles Johnson, James Menke, Eugene Hutchinson Linda Green, Philip Heldorfor, Gilbert Wenzel, John Krapp, Joan Vaskp, Donald Cogley, George Garry, James Ricke, Patricia Dolan, Harold Brink, Edward Dr oessler. Barbara Menke, Rita Ilcmlrickson, Jean Ruslcmier WE'RE MIGHTY PROUD OF THE CLASS OF 1962 Photos by Genelli Studio Dorothy Farrow, Danny Menke James Shillington, Ueginq Ferguson MURRAY OIL COMPANY Gasoline — Fuel Oil — Tires Every Success TQ The Class of 1962 GARRY FUNERAL HOME Bancroft, Iowa Always A Booster For Bancroft FARMERS & TRADERS SAVINGS BANK Bancroft Best Wishes To St, John's Seniors MURRAY GRAIN CO, Bancroft ' Hats Off To Qur Seniors.

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