The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1957 · Page 17
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Tidbits From £ ve/yn tin WHii Ixjiwoen the North and thfSoulh still goes on! Mrs R. 8. Walker, nee Vivian Cfap- set is here with her children. Jack, Dick afld Becky Sue and staying at the parental home till her husband finds a suitable dwelling in Chicago. The family has been living at Charlotte, N. C. and the children, especially Jack, has picked up the southern dialect. Recently Vivian and the children and her parents, Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser were at Estherville spending the day ^with Mr and Mrs Russell Crapser. The Russell Crapser's son Duane came in, very indignant and said, "I'm not going to play with Jackie any more. He talks like a confederate!" • • * Two card* from the A. L. Longs — one to Hazel Lusby showing "Old Ironsides." 1 remembered my history well enough to know it took a major part in the war of 1812 and won a glorious battle. The next card was to me and was post marked Davenport, so they are home from a wonderful trip to the east coast. • * • The name Ina N. Elklns doei not ring a bell so far as I am concerned. Inquiry has been made Conceffting her. Any information 1 you can give me will be appreciated. Mt Mid Mr* Leon Laird and Ma* have recently returned from a Vacation in Chicago. It comes as good news to me that interesting public places provide wheel chairs for those who need them. Max has a plaster cast on his leg. Fortunately it was found that wheel chairs were provided for the handicapped and Max was able to get the utmost pleasure out of the tfip. 1 hope to get into the city some time—oh not in the immediate future, but it's a — what shall I call it? Dream? And all this news is gratifying. * * * J A, tadder group of children cannot be found than the Joe Liehter family, and this includes Mom and Pop. Chang the second, year old black and white "peke", was hit by a car and killed not long ago. Poor little fellow — Didn't have a chance against a big car bearing down at quite a speed. So much heart ache a little living creature bereft of life by a big, inanimate thing. I feel quite bitter about such accidents as I lost a pet Angora cat the same way. I felt like shooting the driver of the car. I was Dr. Albert W. Amunson Optometrist Announces the Removal of his Office to / i Home Federal Savings & Loan Building 108 South Harlan Telephone CYpress 4-3743 Algona, Iowa GALLONS AND GALLONS OF HOT WATER AT LOWEST COST With a 'JOHN WOOD' Gas Water Heater This is the time of the year you will need hot water more than ever. And your hot water worries are over when you have a JOHN WOOD GAS WATER HEATER installed in your home. Hot water seconds after you turn it on . . . and it costs only a few cents a week to buy. Let us show you several models en display now in our showroom, YOUR GAS BILL LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY mean enough to hope he'd suffer the loss of a pet tot). * * * ' t ddft'i kftow wtifti the Liehter children will decide—maybe they will get another dag. As for me. t said 1 had shed all the tears over a pet I was ever going to— and that vow made over 30 year* ago still holds firmly. No mot-o cats—and since I've never cared for dogs—I'm safe on that score. 1 say I don't care for dogs. That doesn't mean I am not sympathetic and 1 certainly would never harm one. Mary was pacified by the suggestion of a dog "heaven" and I suggested that "Beautiful Joe" and "Beautiful Joe's Paradise" be read to her. * • * If you had 82 perch, what would you do with them? Yeah, eat 'em — that was my first thought too, but if you don't have anyone to help clean them, then what -would you do? Probably what this person did—bury them. Um-m-m- are you drooling? * * t We have all heard the tales of people turning gray over night. but have you heard of anyone turning BLACK haired in a feu' seconds? And yellow birds turning black in the same time? Well, 1 have and it's a true story. Mrs Anna Madson awakened the other morning and it was chilly and damp. She arose, started the fire in her oil burner, went back to the bed but decided the flame didn't look just right. Back ,to the living room, and as she bent over the stoVe to investigate, BOOM—down came the stove pipes with a shower of soot! Do I need to say more? The "black birds" are her twenty canaries. » » • Mrs John GUch recently at tended funeral services at Austin, Minn., for her uncle, George Hatten, a former resident at Bancroft. Services'" were held in the new Queen of Angels Catholic church and Mrs Gisch was much impressed with the unusual structure. It is made of Wisconsin lime stone which forms the walls, interior as well as exterior. The only trim is of black wrought iron. All very artistic and beautiful. * * * The Rev and Mrs John Kain have extra cause for rejoicing. A son, John Andrew, was born to them June 12. The first son joining a family of daughters, Beverly, Mary, Lois and Joan. * * * It WAS Hale Shirley, son of Mr and Mrs William Shirley of whom I wrote a week or so ago. His sister Pearl married Harry Winslow. Harry is deceased, as is Mr Shirley. . Along with news about the Shirleys and Winslows, I had a letter from my cousin Melvin Henderson of Pomona, Calif. In it he mentioned that his mother- in-law, Edna Winslow Stebbins had flown from Pomona to Dayton, Ohio to visit her sister Margaret. He says Edna was to leave there at 8:30 a.m. and reach Dayton at 3:30 p.m. Seems incredibly fast, but he should know. They plan to drive to Algona reaching here about July 4. Margaret and Edna are both well known here and have many friends who will be delighted to see them. Pearl lives at Mill Valley, Calif., and Mrs Shirley makes her home with her. * • • Quite a number of fishermen have reported their luck not too good. Not so the case of Orvnl Joseph. He had such good luck at Fox Lake, Minn., lie went back the following weekend and took with him his brother-in-law, Bert Smith, of Fort Dodge. Hope ho did a repeat performance when he had an audience. * * * The other day I phoned Mrs Glenn Jones for news. The little son said, "She's hatching chickens," so I told him to have her call me, I had supposed she was out caring for new little chicks but it turned out she was DRESSING one. The chicken gave Mrs Jones quite a jolt for, the bird which crowed and wns .assumed to be a rooster, turned out to be a HEN and had partly formed eggs to prove her sex. Remember that old saw "Crowing hens come to bad ends." How true! * * • I have so lew relatives I was hoping Cliff Cady of Fort Dodge and I might be cousins. But also —there is no family connection whatsoever. He states his father !••« • w « w* •• *•»•»»»• LEDYARD By Mrs b. §. Mdyer Mr and Mrs Thomas Mitchell and children of LeMars spent last weekend at the home of Mrs Mitchel's parents, Mr and Mrs Cecil Black. Mr and Mrs Byron Hoffmnn and son of Olin came Saturday to visit at the parental Chesk-i Johnson home. On Sunday their little son' Gregory Byron was baptized at the Shiloh Lutheran Church at Elmore. Mr and Mrs Bill Rosenberg nncl three children of Ontario, C;il. visited three days this past wc-el; at the Clayton Rosebpro home. Mrs Edith Busch left Sunday for Iowa City where she will nt- tend a three week summer session. Mrs Mary Bashara, Beverly, Rosalyn and Tommy went to Armstrong Sunday to attend the wedding of Karen Homscy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike H<>m- sey to Wayne Looft at the Armstrong Lutheran church. Rev .Victor Vriesen and John Brandt took the following young people to Frontenac, Minn, last Monday and went after them on Saturday, Tommy Busch, Jerry Gilbertson, Larry Runksmeier, Carol Ann Runksmeier, and Gloria Pingel. While there they attended the E. and R. youth camp. Jeane Brandt also accompanied them and served as a counselor. On Thursday afternoon the Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the church with Mrs Mary Bashara and Mrs Lena Warner as hostesses. Rev. Samek conducted the installation of new officers. Mrs Glenn Burrow presided for the business meeting. The program was in the form of a pledge service. Wednesday afternoon a large number of ladies from the E. and R. Woman's Guild, from the Methodist WSCS and from the Rosary Society attended tho guest day of the Grant WSCS at the Grant school. Mr and Mrs George Thompson drove to Sioux City Saturday to spend Father's Day with their three sons and their families. Mr and Mrs Henry Clausen of Thief River Falls, Minn, called on the N. A. Pingels Friday. They were on their way to Elmore to visit relatives. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog and daughters Judy, Betty and Nancy left on Wednesday for a trip through the Black Hills. John Rink, who spent the winter in a rest home at Burt, returned to his home last week Sunday. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet at the church Thursday, June 13. Karen Schroeder came home Thursday from Cedar Falls where she has been attending Iowa State Teachers College. Wednesday evening a miscellaneous shower was held at the E. and R. church parlors honoring Allaire Farrow. Mrs Roger Goetz was in charge of the entertain.- ment. The bride-to-be wns assisted in opening her gifts by Jeane Brandt. A lunch was served. Mr and Mrs William Wiomer and Deanna left on Sunday for a week's vacation at Lake Mille Lac, Minn. Saturday evening the E. and R. Youth Fellowship sponsored a father and son banquet at tht: church. Lorraine and Larry Trenary Mrs Alfred Busch and Mrs Ray Gordon began a summer school course at Estherville last week Mrs C. Jurgcns and sons, Dennis and Gary, returned home last Thursday from a three week vacation trip to Colorado when 1 was Loren Cady, born at Buffalo Center, Iowa in 1893.. His father was Frank Preston Cady and the great-grandfather was Pearl P. Cady'. There are no such persons on my family tree I re-read my geneoiogy carefully, but there's nary a name remotely like those he mentioned. I judge from his letter he wants to make contact wi\lh anyonn who might be on his "tree", or possibly he is having his geneoiogy compiled. Any one know anything about the family? MM 4*1414 to close George Hagge Estate Attractive 40 A. Farm One Mile West and One Mile South of ledyard, Iowa. Excellent soil, good set small buildings, good well, good roqds. Would make desirable home. See L E. Linnan EXECUTOR lgona, Iowa they visited relatfves. Mr and Mrs George Thompson went to LuVerne last Wednesday evening for the June R.L.C.A. party with Mr 'and Mrs Guy Giddings and Mr and Mrs Ray Stone as hosts. Mr and Mrs N. A. Pinge! spent Father's Day at the home of their son and family, the Laurence Pingels at Algona. Mr and Mrs Ray Citurs of Mason City visited Saturday at the home of" Mr and Mrs Ervin Klinksiek. Mrs Lena Warner left Sunday for Rockford, 111. where she will visit her son and his family, the Mayriard Warners. She also plans to go on to Detroit to visit her sister. She accompanied her nephew, Gene Ncmmers of Bancroft who was going to Chicago. Mrs D. A. Carpenter and Mr and Mrs John Batchelor and children, who are visiting here from Gary, Ind., went to Mankato last Tuesday where they had a picnic. Janet Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn Johnson, left Sunday for Cedar Falls where she will attend Girl's State. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut Oppedcml The members of the Presbyterian Women's Organ i z a t i o n will collect good clean used clothing for the needy. Anyone having clothes they would care to give may leave thorn with Mrs Anna Purdy or bring tiiem to the next meeting of this group which will be July 12! Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors for a pot luck lunch meeting. Mrs Merle Holt gave a re-, port of the Texas convention. Mrs Ivan Evanson gave the lesson. The next meeting will be July 10 with Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Clara Solbcrg hostesses. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family returned home Wednesday from Vacation Village on Lake Okoboji where they had spent from Sunday attending the Elevator Managers Convention. Mr Schultz is manager of the local Farmers Co-op Elevator. Mrs John Vinaas and Mrs Loran Daniel returned home Saturday afternoon after spending the past week at Ames where they attended the State Hot Lunch short course. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards, Mrs Albert Thorsen, Mrs Earl Long and Mrs W. E. Hundertmark attended the ordination and reception for Tom Barnes at the First Presbyterian Church in Fort Dodge Wednesday evening. The Rev. Barnes spent some'lime 'at Ottosen two years ago when he was a student pastor, Tuesday, June 18 Carie Mae Haug observed her birthday. Guests that afternoon at the par-, ental Olvin Haug home were her grandmothers, Mrs Marie Haug of Bode and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and an aunt, Mrs Robert Naeye of Dakota City. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and family of Algona and Mr and Mrs lames Barber and family of West Bend. Monday evening Mrs Ted Underberg entertained in honor of g\iests Olaf Bearood -end daughter Cecelia and granddaughter Kathy of Cumberland, Wisconsin. Mrs Mike Coyle and Mrs Roy Telford were Wednesday dinnei guests at the Edward Zinnel. home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth McLuen were Friday evening supper guests at the Ed Thompson home at Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Hub Nellis of West Bend were Wednesday evening visitors at the Sam Kropf home. Mrs Leona Daniel of Humboldt was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Loran Daniel home. Tuesday dinner guests at the Merle Holt home were Mr and Mrs John Chambers and Mr and Mrs Wayne Chambers and family of San Francisco. Weekend visitors at the Melvin Ellingson home were Orville Ellingson, Marie Speas and Mrs Dorothy Engebritson of Cedar Rapids. Arland Speich of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend at the parental Antone Speich home. Other visitors Sunday were Mr and Mrs Robert Speich of Algona. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Charles Salz home at Whittemore. Judy and Carol Salz .daughters of Mr and Mrs Reinald Salz of Bode visited from Wednesday until Friday at the Vincent Salz home. Mrs Russel Chism and children of Malcom were Wednesday visitors at the Oliver Lee home thortday, July 4, Atoono (la.) Uppw Bt§ MdlfHMh S Roger Chism remained for a visit until the end of the week. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Theo Stackland at Eagle Grove. Mrs Mildren Conway and sons Richard and Robert of Omaha visited over the weekend at the Oliver Kinseth home. Other visitors Sunday for dinner were Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and family of Algona and afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Ted Underberg were present at the Olson family reunion held at Gotch park in Hufnboldt Sunday, June 16. About 100 relatives were present. Mr and Mrs George Warrior of Iowa Falls were Thursday and Friday visitors at the Ralph Richards' home. Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family and Mrs Marie Haug of Bode were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs John Fjelsruci at Armstrong. Kossuth Folks' Grandson Dies The infant son of Mr and Mrs Dale E. Johnson, Corwith, died early Tuesday, June 25, at Mercy Hospital, Mason City. Services were held next day at the Boughton Funeral Home, Britt, in charge of the Rev. Arthur E. Rasmussen. Burial was in the Corwith Cemetery. Survivors include his parents and grandparents, Mr,and Mrs Walter Barr, Algona, and Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson, Corwith. cc»nnf*'» Column PLUMBING! PROVIDING ALWAYS NEEDED HOT WATER Our skill and know-how can be your assurance that you get the best in plumbing service for less when you call us. We know how important good plumbing is to the home. Let us handle your plumbing < problems! DAY and NIGHT SERVICE During The Day Call CY^^yJMQ At Night Dial CY 4-2774 Over Forty, Feet Saver and Southern Peeafi Pie Points to watch after we pass 40. Even junior-size figures look better in clothes that aren't "juvenile". Low-neckline dresses are Biore flattering with the addition of glamorous ropes of pearls. Blouse-backed dresses won't show "the middle-age bulge" most of us develop. * t • Breakfast Tip French toast, made with raisin bread! Or, another raisin bread idea: Cinnamon Toast. (At my house I keep cinnamon and sugar, mixed together, on hand in a small jar. Makes the making of Cinnamon Toast quick •a* easy!) * • • Save Your Feet! A large tray o* one of those smart modern tea carts made from wrought iron (with wheels) can save you many „ „ . treks -back and forth at mealtime. Keep it handy for extra dishes. Or bring dessert with you and simply move it to the table when you're ready. Use it, too, for carrying away. dishes afterward. * . • • So Nice to Know . . » Natural gas, the fuel of many talents, is always there when you need it. Where does it come from? Perhaps from as far away as Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma. Your local gas company supplies.natural gas to you. The Northern Natural Gas Company, a "pipeline supplier," brings it to your local gas company. • ''•?' '• • • . South ern D elight "' HEATING PLUMBING 812 EAST MCGREGOR enjoy this Pecan t Pride Pie from Mrs. John W. Gleason of Imperial, Nebraska. Beat Together With Rotary Beater: 3 eggs, beaten* 1 cup sugar, s /4 cup light corn syrup, fa tsp. salt, 1 tsp. vanilla, '/t cup melted butter. Add and mix in:; I cup < pecan halves. Pour into: 1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell. Bake in moderate 350° gas oven 45-55 minutes, or till silver knife comes out clean. For company, add whipped cream. © 1957 by Northern Natural Oai Company Am CONDITIONING-TEMPERATURES MADE TO ORDER-AT NEW LOW COST. GET A OEMOH$TRATIOHI 26-27 PONT syy AW a* wfQRi YQV DRIVE A CHCVY .,, ITS BEST SHOWROOM » W6 Chevrolet's got a corner on these Jlne things! Chevy's the only leading low- priced car with any'of these ad« vantages . , , the only oar at any price with all of 'em! 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