The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1962
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rr Oisunas FROM TOM'S ARE THE HAPPIEST OF ALL. COME SEE, SELECT . . . NOW! 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, November 27, 1962 A MARRIKI) PKRSON HAS TO BE skilled as an interpreter. Both uisbands and wives frequently say one thing and mean quite another I's not exactly lying, for most of the time both spouses sincerely hink they are not fooling when they make these remarks, but you lon't have to be married very long before you learn that not all your iiate's pronouncements have to be taken absolutely literally. * * + TO ILLUSTRATE THIS POINT. I have compiled a sort of glossary or the wedlock. We have first, what we say, and then, what we •eally mean. IE SAYS: "1 May have to work late tonight, honey." IE MEANS: "He's anticipating a few hands of cribbage and/or some refreshments with the boys. SHE SAYS: "Is there enough lemon in the lemon meringue pie, illE MEANS: "Compliment me on the dinner, I slaved over all afternoon." * * * AS LOW AS ... $199.95 NO TRADE NEEDED RCA COLOR SETS AS LOW AS ... $495.95 BIG 23" SETS IN STOCK TOO ! TAPE RECORDERS The finest selection that we have ever received. Be sure to see tha latest models. Prices start at HE SAYS: HE MEANS: HE SAYS: HE MEANS: "Where in the world did you hide my green sports shirt?" He knows it's hanging in the closet where it usually is. Asking her is easier than looking for it. "The grocery bill is sky high, nobody bothers to turn lights or shut doors around here and you kids must think I'm made of money." He's just indulged himself in some new fishing equipment or some other personal extravagence. AS LOW AS ... $19.95 HI-FI & STEREO THERE'S NOTHING FINER PRICES - START AT . . . $99.95 MANY MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM! AS LOW AS $14.95 TABLE RADIOS _ CLOCK RADIOS SHE SAYS: "I was downtown today and bought you a whole new supply of socks, undershirts and handkerchiefs." SHE MEANS: She also bought herself a new dress, hat, shoes, and handbag. HE SAYS: "Some of the most intelligent men of our times are bald." HE MEANS: That new hair restorer isn't working very well. SHE SAYS: "Mary Jones is just about my age." SHE MEANS: Mary Jones is a good ten years younger. HE SAYS: "You sure were the gay one at the party tonight." HE MEANS: He hopes she didn't notice all the time he spent over in the corner with That Blonde. * * * SHE SAYS: "You aren't peeved at me are you, honey?" SHE MEANS: She knows blamed well he loves her. She wants to hear him sa yit once in a while. HE SAYS: "Things sure are in a mess around here. If I ran my business the way you run this house—." IE MEANS: He's got troubles downtown—slow collections, taxes, a misunderstanding with the boss, employee friction, etc. >HE SAYS: "Think it's better for a child to be nice and normal in his interests like our Junior instead of a little bookworm like Sammy Smith." HE MEANS: Sammy Smith got all A's and B's on his report card. Junior received C's and one D. IE SAYS: "Channel 10 is coming in better than channel 3 tonight." IE MEANS: he wants to watch the boxing match over channel 10. The rest of the family prefers "Ben Casey". * * * iHE SAYS: "I'd rather have a good cloth coat than a cheap fur .—j?ne." 4 SHE MEANSJPfler bes.t ijirl friend just got a new fur coat and she's - .' . „-,' !{* green-eyed about it. HE SAYS: Tj£f$'\l be Home in exactly twenty minutes." HE MEANS: Put his dinner back in the refrigerator. He won't be home for hours. SHE SAYS: "I'll be ready to go in exactly twenty minutes." SHE MEANS: She still has to take a bath, fix her nails, comb her hair and apply her lipstick. HE SAYS: "1 have my Christmas shopping all taken care of." HE MEANS: He's going to have one of the girls at the office select something for his wife late on the afternoon of Dec. 24. * * * SHE SAYS: "Oh, you shouldn't have! I just love the gift but we could have put the money into our savings account." SHE MEANS: Maybe she can trade it in and get that little blue number in the store window with the hat to match. * i * AT OCR IIOL'SE, we are in such a muss 1 can barely find the typewriter. This week should see the end of disposing of 22 years of housekeeping equipment and then after a brief rest, we shall be moving. That is. if I don't go out of my cotton-picking mind before that time. If you don't see Woman's World for a time, I'm sure you will understand. * * * CIIRISTMXS is COMING MIGHTY FAST and it will soon be time to start the holiday cooking. This week's recipe is for Christmas Date Loaf and it comes from Mrs. Fred Pannkuk. 1 cup sutiar 5 eggs, b< aten 1 cup flcur 1 tsp. baking powder I tsp. vanilla I 1 tsp. salt 1 Ib. figs 1 Ib. dates 1 Ib. Brazil nuts 1 Ib. walnuts '•j cup candied or marschine cherries '.' cup wine, cherry or grape juice. Combine sugar and eggs until dissolved. Add mixed flour, baking powder arid salt. Add vanilla to '•_. cup juice. Leave all other ingredients uhole or cut in large pieces. Add juice and fruit mixture, to above mix- I lure Place in greased long narrow pan.s or round cans 2 3 full. Bake in slow o\en about I hour. Let ripen several days. Santa's on his ay H * » BRING THE YOUNGSTERS TO ALGONA, Sat., Dec. 1 BE SURE TO BE HERE WHEN HE PARADES DOWN STATE STREET STARTING AT 1:30 P.M. FREE Candy GIVEN AT SANTA'S HOUSE It's Christmas Shopping Time LET THE CHILDREN VISIT AND TALK WITH SANTA AT HIS HOUSE AT THE COURTHOUSE IN ALGONA FREE Movies 1 P.M. & 3 P.M. ALGONA THEATRE m I Grace. |! 9.95 Auxiliary Note ~ St Ann Auxiliary member BIG SELECTION!! Wrap Up Christmas with a Gift that will be opened with joy ! TOM'S RADIO &T-V s are ii.-iked to contact an> of the board memberx to a chance on the bride doll to be giu-n away b> the Auxiliary Mrs Nellie Van Allen made. Uic. clothes for the doll. The doll will be given away at the i Roland Ubtwajd of Whltturnure is I president of the Auxiliary. SMALL PARTS CABINETS for r'u'b. ' De * ALGONA PERSONAL FILES All Metal, With Locks, In An Assortment of Colors LOW COST - LAST A LIFETIME UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO, AIGQNA It won't be long 'til that Big Day, so now's the time to shop. Your Algona merchants are ready to help fill the largest, and the smallest lists — they've stocked their stores to over-flowing with all the gifts that everyone wants. Every gift you could want will be found right here — at the most reasonable prices you could find anywhere. Bring the children to see Santa this Saturday and then note the gift selections offered you. You save so much time and money by not joining in on those hectic shopping trips some people make to other cities. Play it safe . . . don't be a fatality and enjoy the holidays. Play it smart . . . and save the money it will cost you to travel. You are a neighbor, not a stranger, when you shop in Algona — your merchants treat royally, offering extra services to make shopping easier and to make adjustments later if you need them. I YOUR ALGONA MERCHANTS ARE READY TO HELP YOU Ilawkcve Howling Lanes AlRonn Plumbing & Heating No. Iowa Appliance Center Ernie Williams — John Deere Isaacson Studio l)au Oarage & Roily Shop Read's Furniture Frederick Hardware Post Transfer & Storage Kelley Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co. lender's Sharp's Jewelry Foster Furniture Co. Taylor Implement Co. Kirk's Slipc Store Smoke Shop Shilts liniwiibilt Shoe Store Hlnssom Insurance Agency Coast-to-C' Store PJMstrnrn FurqUure Cp. Algnnu Greenhouses Iowa State Rank Aljjotia laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Flour & Feed Percival Motors Irons Heating & Plumbing Co of Bros. Garage & Oil Station al Mfg. Co. 's Ca,fe Paints Viking Oil Co. Huschcr Rros. Implement Algona Produce Co. The Security State Bank Harrison's Variety Concrete ft Lumber Algona Theatre Co. Lindsay Soft Water of Algona The Clirischillcs Store Modern Dry Cleaners Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n VViUgen Jewelers Straycr Standard Service Consolidated Co-Op Creameries Kent MoU>r Co. .loe Bradley Equipment Sheakley's Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Funk Plumbing & Heating Hood's Super Valu Carson's for Color .1. C. Penney Co. Honshruch Drug l.ajne I'luipblng & Heotiiig N'orth Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Leuthold-VVilliams (The Huh Clothiers) Jack's O. K. Tire Service .Sailer's Davis Paint llutzell Office & School Supply Bcccher Lane Appliance Kussutli Radio & Electric United Building •-. •»> -y, j, -.;., r •••' > .ta> .ta..'ta« .T^.to-.^ai..*. /U-S'«^C,,;5<t3?fci73 r (f3

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