The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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Swea & Eagle Elizabeth Krebsbach Evening guests at the Harold Mrs niHi rs Donald Koons and family, Esther ville, and Mr. and Mrs OrvSe Budach of Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Georec ran- * Estherville were recen guests a the Harold Cafr heme. Mf. aftd Mrs. Harold Carr also visited at the Paul Sanftner home Dec. 2. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Harvey C. Larsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harrison, Waltham, Mass., Dennis Harrison, Marshalltown and Mrs. Orville Thoreson and Heidi, and Carmen Larsen, who was home from St. Olaf's College at Northfield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tokheim and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tokheim and family of Manilla were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Virgil Tokheim home. David Rippentrop left last week for Omaha, Neb. where he is en- Lf. NEW KRAVSE "400" ••^^MHMW ^ «r «r THE CREATES! "DISC HARROW EVER BUILT FOR CORNLAND TILLAGE' Another "first" from Krause .7 the disc harrow the cornland farmer has always needed. The great new "W gives you power and weight to cut the' toughest hybrid stalks . . . p u || s lighter too. The two larger bearings and neav,er shaft give you absolute and perfect bearing alignment ... a proved • ••- ••-»••• design based on 30 years 1 successful mony) ' Gionl I ' / »" lie rodt service on Krause one-way disc plows (7i ° A " ron 9" than I'/," tin Elimination of center bearings hebi '° d - Sl L. *?'" . Ilren 9 |h o^ keep gang bearings off corn * w , " W "" M *""" " COUn "" means less plugging. Pull-Pin disc angle setting and quick easy gang spacing speeds your work. And the ion of Amer- IEAST Iraih plugging ... no center bearing needed on your rigid, "400" diic gangtl '- J ElEVEN-lB. "Dlit Fit" ipooli" (three limes the weight of vou you '"?' ate ." c l»rrnw assures of free-from-troublc service. bearings, each big enough to carry the full loodi Imposed on both, lupporl diic gangi. for the Best Deal on a New "400" SEE VINCENT EISENBACHER Phone 3177 Wesley, Iowa \ <• (48-49*) *«*• >->•/( ft Connie's M A.M. PARFAIT Holiday breakfast special, served in tall goblets; a layer of sliced bananas, a layer of dry cereal, a layer of canned berries in your choice of flavors. Repeat all three; and top off with a big scoop of ice cream. Kids love it! SPOT CHECK "Stain list" to keep in easy reach this month! Candle wax on a table cloth? Scrape gently. Sandwich between two white blotters; press with hot iron. Now nib spot with turpentine; launder in warm suds ... Christmas tree sap stains should soak in warm, soapy water. Now suds again, in a fresh tub . . . Lipstick needs glycerine soak, then a hot sudsing .. Alcohol stains need cold-water sponging, then a soapy bath. WARM FRIEND Now, when you've so much to do. your s;is clothes dryer won't mini:) mixed-tip time schedules! Is night the only tune you can wash? It cheerfully dries laundry night or day You can pop in a load, sec the tinier .tiui go your merry way. The »ash'il wait, warm aiut dry, tit! >ou come t». U it time vou CRANBERRY CRUNCH PIE Save the holiday reds for dessert this time: Combine - 3 /4 - cup-melted butter with one package macaroon mix. Set aside one cup of mixture; press rest into a 9-inch pie plate. Pop into your gas refrigerator. Cook'} cups fresh, cleaned cranberries with 2 cups sugar, % cup orange juice and % cup water till berries pop. Remove from heat. Add / Tbsp. grated orange rind and ': t cup slivered raw almonds. Sprinkle rest of macaroon mixture on top. Bake in 350-degree gas oven 30 minutes. (Does rim seem to brown too fast? Coat it with aluminum foil for the final 15 minutes.) FESTIVE THRIFT I'imicntos add lots of holiday color — and only a smidgeon on caloric.*! One whole canned red pimicnto lips the scales at nine calorics. Chop it fine, an I .sprinkle over seasoned cauliflower, beans or peas. Add a little unfair, and hardly anyone will miss the common caloric laden seasoners. GIFT WITH LIGHT If you make the "gift for the house" a gas refrigerator for the recreation room, snacks and kids won't crowd your kitchen refrigerator so often! Now there are compact gas models in four and six-cubic- foot sizes, ideal for keeping ice, cold drinks and cheese nibblers just where you need t hem. Chances are, you could >ay for this gift in easy gas- iill installments! Your local #.!»• company is aglow with lasting gift suggestions .., iiiul tho promise of day-in k -. (lay-out gas supply. They get your wonder fuel from, the pipelines of Northern Natural Gas you can plan pn "first class" living. 1 tt«Mt*«*w N»tv«»l Got Company, Omaha, Nsbraika rolled in tte Universal Trade School for a course in me'chanics. David is the son of the Everett Rippentrops. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and children were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of their son, the Harlan Rippentrops at Ute. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Jim Koons home were her parents, the S. B. Nelsons of Leland, and the 0. B. Koons, parents of Jim, from Lakota. James Peters and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Nogaard and family of Chariton, visited the Fred C. Newlins, the Glenn Clarks and the Daryl Newlins over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Bubmann and Larry of Emmons, Minn, were Dec. 2 supper guests at the home of her parents, the Jay Brones. Friday .evening guests at the Carl Lofstrom home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen and Sharon, Gary Wells, Milford, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Boetcher of Swea City. Michael, Mark and Vicky Mortensen, Hutchinson, Minn, were weekend guests of their grandparents, the August Robinsons recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Lande and son of Algona were recent visitors at the Lyle Krumwiedes. Sunday, Dec. 2, the Krumwiedes were at ;he home of the Leslie Grevs at Blue Earth. RaDan and Rodney Dawson, children of the Wallace Dawsons, spent Thanksgiving weekend at the home of their grandparents, the Walter Dawsons at Dunnell, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dawson were guests at a family dinner at the home of his sister, the Kenneth Hansons at Odin, Minn. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Virgil Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hesseldahl and Mary Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson and family, Rodrigo Pollares and Arthur and Albert Jacobson, all of Winnebago, Minn., Mrs. Agnes Sharp, Blue Earth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. David Medema and Kelie, Rock Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Beier and Lisa, Sioux Falls, S. D., Otto Jensen, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sharp and Mark of Minneapolis. Senor Pollares is a foreign exchange student who is staying at the Roy Jacobson home this year. Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brock and family of Ringsted were Thanksgiving guests at the parental Fred Brandt home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holm were Friday evening guests at the William Mather, Jr. home to meet Mr. and R^rs. Emerson Kelly, who with their family were visiting at the home of his parents, the Otto Kellys over the Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer and family attended the wedding of fhis cousin, Becky Strayer and Jerry Thilges at St. Cecelia Catholic church Saturday morning at Algona. Kandis served as bridesmaid at the wedding. Ed Johnson and the Art Johnsons were Sunday visitors at the home of the men's sister, Mrs. Elsie Vokoun, at Austin, Minn. Darlene Johnson of Cedar Falls and Dennis Johnson of Emmetsburg were holiday weekend guests at the home of their parents, the Albert Johnsons. The William Phclps family and Mrs. Frances Wright were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Jim Rock home. At the Wendell Ditsworth home for Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brekke and family, Conrad Brekke and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brekke and boys of Bingham Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and family were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Bob Blomster home at Buffalo Center. Other guests were the Ole Kvams- dales and family, Arvin Dits- worths and family, Mapleton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones and Mr. and Mrs. William Tobin were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Wanda Gnsham Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed The engagement and approaching marriage of Wanda Grisharr, Algona, shown here, and Richartt Lee Marshall, Mason City, has been announced by Mary Jane Grisham, mother of the bride-to- be. No date for the wedding has been set. Miss Grisham is a graduate ol Algona high school and is now attending a beauty school at Mason City. (UDM Engraving) Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and family called at the Derwood Voigt home at Fenton Sunday evening. A daughter, Barbara Lynn, was born to the Derwood Voigts Nov. 10. They also have a son, David and a daughter, Kathy. The Jim Kennedy family and the Albert Kahler family were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of the Ed Kennedys at Bancroft. The Ray Pichts were among 23 guests at a Thanksgiving day family gathering at the Albert Bosnia home at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt of Lone Rock were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Francis Sullivan home. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Leo Crowleys were Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Letcher and family, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Cassie Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Preston and family, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. George Rohlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Tague and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rohlin and Jerry Hupp. GAS-TOONS By JOHN ELBERT It's sort of a "SILENT PARTNER" arrangement." Even with taxes . . . cut- prices are RIGHT! ELBERT'S ENCO SERVICE We give King Korn Stamps & the Best Service in Town Phone CY 4-11)04 State & Minnesota Streets OXYGEN EQUIPPED RADIO CONTROLLED AMBULANCE SERVICE Families living throughout this area may call any Blake Funeral Home with complete confidence, yigh quality service and moderate prices are provided at each. bldke FUNERAL HOMES THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN RULE TITONKA WESLEY HOMES AT LU VERNE CGRWITH RLNWICK Phone TUrner 2-3322 Lu Verne BURT NEWS The Goodwill Industries truck will be in Buft Doc. 12. If you have anything to give to this worthy cause please leave it at the home of Gladys Hawcott before that date. Mrs Nellie Hinckley, Rowan and the Raymond Aldrichs, Bclmontl, were Sunday guests at the Al Hinckley home. Mr and Mrs Richard Simpson and Kim spent the weekend with her sister and family, the Larry Kauffmans, Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrs Larry Kauffman. Omaha, Neb., are parents of a baby daughter, Teresa Marie. The little miss, who arrived Nov. 25, weighed in at 6 Ibs., lO'i oz. She has a brother, Larry Allen. Tiic grandparents are Mr and Mrs Wilfred Woltz, Burl, and Mr and Mrs Earl Kauffman. Swea City. Great-grandparents are Mr mid Mrs E. R. Woltz, Hurt. Mrs Wii fred Woltz spent from Wcvlnosil. \ until Sunday in Omaha with IKI daughter and family. Cliff Holding spent Sunday a! the Mel Thompson home at Omaha, Neb. Mrs Nellie Miller, Wykoff Minn., visited the past week with relatives at Burl and Bancroft. Mrs Miller is the former Nellie Dutton, sister of Vivian and Melvin Dutton, Burt. Sunday guests nf Mrs Klsio Lock wood were Mr and Mrs Orval Hoffman, Renwick, and Mr and Mrs Lester Bonnstcltcr, Arnolds Park. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT naturally at the * * w«rre ^ WIRE OR PHONE « RESERVATIONS ' Tuesday, December It, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper D«i MdtrtM~£-- " • • — : Vl Minnesota's Finest 105 BEAUTIFUL AIR CONDITIONED ROOMS WITH * FREE TV * COMPLETE HOTEL SERVICES * 24 HOUR SWITCHBOARD DININO ROOM-Serving Dalicfoui Food * COFFEE SHOP featuring Hearth. Charcoal Broiled Steaki * COCKTAIL tOUNOI Single Rooms from $8.50 — Double Rooms from $12.50 Children Under 12 FREE in Same Room with Adullt Phone Juniper 8-4663, Wlis or Wrile (or Reiorvationt HOLIDAY MOTOR HOTEL JCT A 00 wl" sr Minutes from Downtown — 15 Minutes from Metropolitan Stadium, Home of the Twins and Vikings. by Iowa State Bank The advantage of keeping an open mind is that once in a while something good drops in. Bcshful ? About borrowing . . . ? Use our cash - if yours isn't handy, to clean up old bills or buy another car. We are here to take care of your needs. We'll arrange a plan of repayment that suits your convenience at our reasonable bank rates. Dron in! Nothing robs a man of his good looks like a hurriedly drawn shade. A young man once found a dollar bill in the road. From that time on, he never lifted his eyes from the ground. In forty years he accumulated buttons, pins, a few pennies, a bent back and a miserable disposition. He lost friends, the beauty of nature and a chance to spread sunshine. Algona's Home-Owned Bank OWA STATE BANK YOUNGEST CADILLAC IN SIXTY-ONE YEARS! Take a good look at a new 1963 Cadillac and you'll sue what we're talking about. For this one has a freshness ... a brightness . . , a spirit ... a flair that you've never seen before iu a Cadillac car. It's the look of youth—and it's written in every clean, crisp line , . . and mirrored in every lithe, nimble move the car makes. And sc it is not surprising that this Beautiful new Cadillac is adding a host of youthful admirers to the ranks of its enthusiasts. Nor is it remarkable that so many younger motor- bits can be seen tliis year at its wheel. In fact, motorists of all ages have taken this Cadillac to their hearts as never before. The reception that has been accorded this new "car of cars" — whether measured by the praise of its followers or the number of us owners —is simply without precedent. Why pint visit your authorized Cadillac dealer soon —and see for yourself what the talk is all about? Young in fact or young at heart—we know you'll Want to make it yours! VISIT YOUR L.OCAL, AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DKAL.ER SCHULTZ BROS. 1009 South Phillips St. Algona, Iowa

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