The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1962 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 10, 1962
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinei TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1962 Connie's Column •-CL FRESH PEACH CRISP Yes, wo featured another peach dessert recently. But could you resist this Crisp, from Mrs. Einer Kunlbs of New Ulm. Minn.? Sift together 1 cup flour, 1-, cup sugar, \\ tsp.nutmeg, '4 t?p. salt and /£ tsp. cinnamon. Mix with \2 cup brou-n sugar. Cut in 1 ' 2 cup butter, till mixture is crumb-fine. Butter weJl an S x 8 x 2 baking pan. Spread 1 •'_> r;,-« bii'ad cuhes (dry or toastt d ) in it. Mix together J r;.,.-s sliced peaches, !4 cup suzr.r. */4 tsp. salt, 1 tsp. gratfd lemon rind, juice from ; _> lemon. Portion fruit mixture evenly over bread cubes. Sprinkle crumb-mixture on top. (Pat it, to adhere to fruit.) Pop into a 350-degree gas oven, bake 45 minute-, and serve warm. Ice cream's nice on top. WOOD-SAVER Is there an antique chest of cabinet at your house? Hide a small glass of water, or a wet sponge, in one corner. Water act.s as a private humidifier for your heirloom; helps keep wood from split- tins and finish from peeling . . . Speaking of heirlooms, why not copy one part of your wallpaper design for a one-of-a-kind hooked nip? Your children's children would cherish it. BERRY SPECIAL If you've never dipped fresh strawberries first into brown sugar, then info soar cnram . . . «ell. Such a thrill j»a ha>* in store! My next-door tKt$ttS>r serves (hem that »j>. wirb rnornins coffeu. I'm £-'isf t<.> try J on companj tilis we*k... «h\ don't vou* Wesley C.D.A. Installs New Set Officers \Vr«lry — CD A's held their annual installation of officer^ June 2fi Mr<= Mfirv ^trinbere "f Girner district depu'v. conrfnrtM thf . ceremonies and insf. - ;'!?:1 M'T^rf* Arndorfer a« cran-i <•' c. nt J.tirillc Nelson. \ :c" rrpei,.. Manl-n Lick- teic. r>mphete<s. France? Weber financial secretary: Maiul Sturier. i--s=urer. Sally Bauer, historian: V'arlorie Becker, monitor. Irene Muebe. sentinel: Mary Bode. isvr-.ircr .losie Gouef. organist. ~". .- K.^nic and Justine Becker MINT HINT r<<<~ .•: IVrver. Vs'.-•:- f.7>~. announcoc hvrurer read ar Be: no be civ v e : Clip a i-.'ncrou it into a va«<? Set it in a brv-ezy comer. Sit back and sniff. Isn't that lovely? Handy for snipping. too . . . add some to tonight's iced tea. KEEPIN 1 COOL v." 1 ^ trw k;: Miry Rxse. K-i'Jiryn Ha Tracy Ward. «:Lh officers of srv as cjess A po: hick e serve.1 Josje L<ck w^s drawn for aoor ch<-n CiMnraiifee wrs "rt"h:ih*lmir.a Hughf*. ~U;on. Ciara Goeu.. Rose Mary Sion. Foertsch and with other relatives Patty and Bob Ricke. were sponsors, June 24 at the baptism of their nephew, Larry Lee Ricke at the St. Benedict Catholic church. The infant was born to Mr snd Mrs. Richard Ricke June 13 al :he Britt hospital. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer democratic committewoman from Hancock county, and Ed Otes, com mitteeman, attended a meeting at ;he court house in Garner Friday ' evening. Monica Kombjtski. housekeeper for Father Gerald Wingert at Kolfe. spent the past two weeks at the Lawrence Wuigerts. John and Joe Foorvsch of Wape- ton. N D visited their cousins, Oilie and Angeline Foertsch, and other relatives here several days recently. Vicki Arndorfer. daughter of the Leonard Arndorfers. attended a 4-H Consen-ation Camp at Madrid one u-eek recently. t^wivnce \\ingert was taken to MtTcy Dcspitai, Mason City Tues- .i;-.\ sor surgery. Ihf Ne«!le\»tirk Clnb held a pivTiK a: the City park Monday ('\ June 25. snd Mrs. Jim Ortnsby and were June 24 dinner jrufifts ra the rt'ill Hauptly home. m.< raother. Mrs. Joiin Ormsby wiir .;i-es »iih a daughter, Mar> ormsby. sn Calif onua. was i surpcoi pfiUeTj; in Mercy hospital, Mason L.JI> uiis spring. Vir GOLD STAR NOTE I jumped with joy at Mrs. Jim Vcldkamp's note, postmarked Luverne, Minn.: "... We recently purchased a new 'gold star' gas range. Need I say more? I just love it, especially the automatic burnerr,. When I hake bread, I set milk to scald at 200 degrees and go about other duties, never fearing it might boil over." Mrs. Veldkamp sent a lemon-bar recipe she bakes by "gold star", too. We'Jl get it soon! Meantime, get to your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. Northern Nntural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska I dropped in on my neighbor, found her sitting in a slip. "Why not?" she greeted me. "How would you keep cool today?'' I told her about gas whole-house air conditioning. "With your gas heating system," I said, "it's easy to add whole-house cooling." She warmed up to that; 'specially when she remembered how economical gas is! Sure pays, to go first- class with gas ... the clean, efficient fuel your local eas company orders from Northern Natural Gas Company for your comfort. M.ii-ed C^sgrove. Mary Forburp- <?r. A..-;er,e Tebben and Ruth Mar> On the entertainment committee were Viola Loebig. Agnes Stevens. Felice Hilbert. Helen Johnson, Sally Studer and Theresa Otis. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vitzthum and , .Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode en- jo\ed a fishing outing at Island | Lake. Minn., last week. [ Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke of Wesley and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas of Algona were in Cresco on business Wednesday. Sophia Uhlenhake of Danberry. ill. and Millie Ellerbood of Carrol! spent several days recently with their cousins, Allie and Angeline Portland Twp. Mr. and Mr*. Jack Tifman and family attendcsa s fisiiiy reunion Sunda> at the Rex Wolfe home in Fen ton. Loo Clark (rf Britt was a caller ?t the Ray Fitch borne Tuesday. Mrs. hiizabeth Kennedy and Tiena* brothers had company from Shell Hock. Tnursday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Picht dropped in to visit. Mrs. Picht is a cousin of Paul and Homer Tienan. "The world changes so fast you couldn't stay wrong all the time if you Tied." Fearlessly 35 contidence. is the mother of BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RtNWICK HOMES AT LuVERNE Kenneth Loats, Titonka, Weds Manning Girl Titonka — Marriage vows were spoken by Patricia Irlbech, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Irlbech. and Kenneth Loats. Titonka, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Loats June 2. The ceremony was in Sacr?d Heart church in Manning, and was performed by Father Thomas Mai- Ion. The bride's attendants wen- Joyce Irlbech. Linda Eddy and Marilyn R4ppentrop. Attendants for the groom were Bill Armburst Merlin Irlbech and Rodney Wil- bech. The bride was attired in a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle The skirt, bouffant, of tulle, had an overskirt of scalloped lace. A band of lace encircled the bottom of the skirt and swept into a chapel [rain. The bodice was a pointed! fitted one and the neckline, scall- j oped and trimmed with seed pearls i and sequins. The sleeves were apered and pointed. The veil. fingertip, silk illusion, was attached to a crown of pearls with drop pearls. She carried a bouquet of white mums and stephanotis. Following the ceremony, a re-j ception was held at noon at the! V.F.W. hall. Mrs. Loats graduated from Manning high school and has been employed at Des Moines. Mr. Loats is a graduate of Titonka high school and Mankato State Teachers College. Mankato. Minn. He has taught in Manning school for three years and will teach there again this fall. They had a week's honeymoon trip in the southern part of U.S and returned to live in the home they have purchased in Manning. evening from Fort Dodge for Haz- elcrest, 111. where he will be em ployed during the summer. Perry will enter his junior year at S.U. I. at Iowa City in the 'fall. St. John's ladies aid will moot July 5 with a pot lurk picnic. In charge of the market basket will be Malinda Meyer, Esther Miller and Jane Presthus. U.P.W. circles will not meet the first Wednesday as usual, due to July 4. They will meet one week later. July 11. M. 0. Richards. Britt. called on Burt friends Wednesday. Mrs. Dean Andrews aflendec) the annual School of Missions of \V.S. C.S. held at Cornell College, Mi. Vernon, Monday through Friday. Clean Up Elm Brarches Now All elr- h ranches broken of! trees by Jv recent violent windstorms i;i I A-a slr.uld be cleaned up and bur <cd dui ing the next six weeks. U,«va State University Entomologist Harold Gtinderson urged here today. If clowned elm wood isn't cienn- ed up by the middle of August. Gunderson said, bark beetles ihat spread Dutch elm disease will begin laying eggs in the debris. The result will be an increase in the beetle population for 19S3 and more chance of widespread Dutch elm damage. You Get ®' Minutes Of Fun Every Hour 01 In 1860 only four states in the union were without newspapers They were Idaho. Montana, Wyoming and Xorth Dakota. You won't wast* a precious minute erf vacation time at the New Inn on Lake Okoboji, Iowa's moat popular resort. So many activities for you to enjoy — golfing, swimming in the pool or on the beach, boating, water sports . . . summer theater, movies on the lawn . , . dancing and entertainment in the glamorous Lake View Club. Mnny new activities this year . .. golf tournaments, cook-outs, fish frys, sing- alongs . . . moonlight swims, lake excursions, games, etc. Nights are The food is the greatest Bring along the kids! They'll love our supervised children's program. Family accommodations and rates for 1 to 4 persons; kitchenettes. Write, wire or phone now lo reserve the dates vow want. OKOBOJI, IOWA Phone: Arnolds Park, Iowa 332-2113 (area code 712) »s" Flying your own? Hop right in to the New Inn'i own air field] ALLEN J. WESLEY TITONKA DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) f WO-CHTOW^ The happiest /acati ons >egin with a visit to your CHEVROLET DEALERS GET A JULY BUY AND SEE WH\ n Chevy!n Nova Convertible-Thrifty way to get In on top-down traveling! Chevy n Nova Station Wagon-Famlly-sked. easy to park, pack, pay for! f; rx *s\ _ >-^ • - >v.i4 -^-sSEHSZBiBfi Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan-Jet-smooth... rfva!? &ie expensive makes, Corvair Monza 4-Door Sedan- Sports car spice on the family plan. Chevrolet Bel Air 9-Passenger Station W«on-Just about all ft* Jtaflofl wagon anyone could want Roof luggage Cirnw is optional at eilrj .See your Io Ca | authorized Chevrolet dealer KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HALL ALGONA, IOWA CY 4*3554 Mrs. Lem Stockwell was in attendance at a short course on school lunches at Ames last week She is head cook at Titonka school. Methodist W.S.C.S. circles met Wednesday. Marie circle met with Mrs. R. L. Krantz. Mrs. Huber led devotions and Mrs. Krantz had the lesson. Mildred circle met at he home of Mrs. Erwin Eden Mrs. R. Ringsdorf led devotions and Florence Reynolds lesson a circle met at the home of Mrs. A. Oesterreicher and devotions were led by Mrs. A. Neeland while the lesson was presented by Hazel Budlong. The John Meyer family has moved this week into the house vacated by the Chester Klines, who moved to Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. II. Orthel are on a trip west. They plan to take in the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Lester C'allies. and Sue, who have been in California .he past few weeks, returned home this past weekend. Rev. Max Goldman anil family of Frrest City were supper guest- of Mrs. Sadie Denton Tuesday. Mrs. Arthur Bnyken and famih have returned to their home. Thc> had been visiting relatives ii. Selma, Ala., for two weeks. While there, Melinda Boyken had the misfortune to break her arm, caused by falling from a horse. Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Rieks hari as supper guests Friday her two aunts, Mrs. H. G. White of Dundee, 111. and Ava G. Simpson, Algona Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C'ullio visited his mother, Mrs. Bertha Callies at Good Samaritan Home Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dietrich Joan and Steven were Sunday visitors at the Marvin Flack honu in Postville. BURT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith drove to Iowa City Sunday. They wert accompanied home by the daughter, Sheryl, who will enjoy a month's vacation at her home here. Sheryl will soon begin her senior year in nurses education at Iowa University. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rirdel attended the annual Bohn-Riedel family reunion held recently at Call State Park. Also attending from Burt were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich, Ernest Riedel, Zelda and Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family. Guests for several days at the George Koestler home were her parents, the Curl Lovstads, Duluth, Minn. The Lovstads came for the confirmation ot their grandaugh- ter Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller. Oar- rell and Joyce, Hingsted spent Sunday at the parental Walter Steward home. Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Tony and family returned to their home in California after visiting at the tatter's mother and husband, the Robert Voights. The Voights ami the Tonys also visited at Muscatine at the Jim Cook home. Mrs. James Herring, her daughter, Margaret Ann, and son James, Jr., Washington, P. C. arrived at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jessie Rash, where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Herring is the former Norma Ita^Ji. ac\t<ml ItU Ibur^djyCY 4-3613 • >!!i,.I i! 'ililii ,i|i|-ii!l||!||| """""iiiiiB ;::.";'•'«:• !4;:;i§ip -f ":,;;-',, ||j r«^ '"' 'T-T'iai': •': •• i I '!t RNC-13 FAMILY-SIZE REFRIGERATOR BUDGET" PRICE This 12.6 cubic foot, two-door refrigerator has giant capacity, Spacious top-mounted freezer holds a big 103 pounds. Handy butter and cheese compartment Plenty of storage space in the door. All shelves are fulLwidth, f ull-depth ' to the biggest celebration ot < ' /n town. Come in and see our" /nff display ofonce-a-y BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE "THE WILDEST TRADER IN TOWN" A1.G0NA

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