The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 11
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Kissner-Davis Nuptials came Sunday to spend the d.iv with Mrg Tnhn Thur"''e. DURING THE PAST COUPLE OF weeks, we have had the pleasure of visiting with more Algona people than at any time since we moved away. We also saw mote of our new home state, Florida, than ever before and we made the amazing discovery that there are other nice places besides Safasota! It was another case of the pests showing the hosts around * this time Helen and Curly Pratt • and believe me, it's a mighty good racket. - o - OUR GUESTS DIDN'T HAVE to twist our arms very long to get us to accept their invitation to go along on a trip to Key West. We took off Saturday morning and once we got past Fort Meyers, it was entirely new territory for Father and me. In the Everglades, we took one of those swamp trips in an air boat, piloted by a Seminole Indian, but we didn't bite on any of the chances to visit an Indian village. We enjoyed seeing acres and acres of pole beans (yes, Garb, we mentioned you), strawberries, and tomatoes near Homestead and although it made Father feel a little deflated over his 1/2 dozen tomato plants growing in our yard we did like seeing black soil that is more like good old Iowa dirt. - o THE KEYS ARE SIMPLY FABULOUS! You drive on the overseas highway for more than 100 miles with 41 major bridges connecting the islands and you have the blue Atlantic ocean on one side and the green Gulf of Mexico on the other. It's easy to see why so many Kossuth people spend the winter there. A highpoint of our trip was our stop at Islamarada where we saw the Bill Daus, Howard Hoenks, Hugo Meyers of Whittemore and Mrs. Dau's sister, Mrs. Sorenson of Atlantic. The fact that they all read this column gave me quite a lift for reader comment is one of the things I've missed most in the past two years. PERHAPS I'M TELLING TALES OUT of school, but you may be Interested to know that even such as Old Salt as Bill Dau gets seasick once in a while. He was out fishing the other day and had to make a hurried trip to hang his head over the side. There's a warning out to all Florida Keys fishermen that if they catch a grouper with an especially toothy smile, to contact Bill Dau immediately I - o THE GALS IN THE TRAILER court have been making the cutest washable cotton sun hats and when I admired them, Katherine Hoenck volunteered to make one for me. I even got to choose the color and width of the brim. I'm looking forward to receiving it for it should be just the thing to hold my hair on and keep the sun off my nose. - o WE STAYED OVERNIGHT AT KEY WEST - the town that has never had a frost and the record high temperature Is 98. If s an historic city, second oldest in Florida, and second only to Hawaii as the southernmost point in the United States. It's all the more remarkable when you realize that until the 1930*8 the only way it could be reached was by boat Shipbuilders constructed many of the old houses of mahogany and cypress, using wooden pegs Instead of nails, and they have ornate second- story balconies overlooking narrow one-way streets. There's a big U. S. Navy submarine base there, lots of commtircial fishing boats, Ernest Hemmingway's home, and the Little White House of President Truman's day. At breakfast in Key west, we met a couple who asked what part of Iowa 55 was in. Said they had a son working at WHO-TV in DesMoines. Garrett, I think his name is, and of course, they had heard of Jack Shelley. - o THE ONE THING THAT SHOULDN'T be looked for in Miami is rustic charm. I'd always heard of the many-storied, luxury hotels that line mile after mile of the ocean front there but I had to see them to believe it. Can't say I'd want to live there, or vacation there even if I had the money, but it was interesting nevertheless. We traveled 800 miles' over the weekend right on the dot, and there's still lots more in the state I want to see. I'm waiting for more of you to come down and show it to me. The weather is marvelous this year. Had a brief call from former Algonan, Jessie Turner, yesterday who said it is the nicest she can remember in her 12 years here. I also saw Lee Turner for the first time since he was little and met Jessie's first grandchild, a darling 11/2 year old boy. - o DURING THE WEEK OF FEB. 21 through 27, people having birthdays include Delores Winkel, Pat Studer, Ruth Bay, Scott Winkel, Lori Lynn Green, Ada Logan, Connie Hemmingsen, Ida Kelley, Ada Horton, Nancy Yungeberg, Bob Williams, BUI Watkins, Connie Utt, Millie Klamp, Randall Smith, J. M. Fleming, Oliver Carlson, Bob Kollasch, Elizabeth Ann Leaneagh, Mickey Lierley, Dick Robinson, Evelyn Ferguson, William Pitcher, Dorothea Moulton, Debra Levy, Dr. Dean Koob and Tommy Kpob. Wedding anniversaries include the Qhuck Hinkens, Clyde Lloyds, Perry Collins, and George Scuffhams. v - o I HAD PLANNED FOR THIS week's recipe to use Key Lime Pie since it was featured everywhere we went on our trip. Didn't eat any of it, however, because I was always so full of seafood we ordered every night. And the recipe for the pie I sent out on that chain letter deal and didn't keep a copy. So this week let's try No-Bake Orange Balls. 1/2 cup butter 1 Ib. confectioner's sugar 1 Ib, vanilla wafers, crushed fine 1 4-oz. can frozen orange juice, thawed but indiluted 1/2 cup flake coconut Cream butter and sugar, Add cookie crumbs and orange juice; mix thoroughly. Form Into balls, using 1 Up,,mixture for each. Roll in coconut pressing some into each ball. Store in covered container, Yields about 10 dozen cookies. GRACE On Dean'* Lift Mary IUg, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Herman Illg of rural Bode, achieved honorable mention on the Dean's Ust for the first semester of theschoolterm at Mount Saint Clare College in Clinton, Iowa. Miss Illg is a freshman resident student at the college, The U, S. Army had 1,399 poison-gas deaths in World War I, How Much lirV is enough? Tho answer cU>j>on<lB on you, but my skills! jiKsMamv will lu'lp you K ( 't t' M ' iiiiHwor. pnone ... write ... vWt LOUIS H. RBIUY Ml NEW YORK UFE JNIMAJUS! NIM'«I»» WA|9BH MPANY Group P«nHoa Linda Davis, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis, Britt, and Richard J, Kissner, son of the John Kissners, Algona, were married Saturday, Feb. 6, 2p.m. in St. Benedict Catholic church. Father Ruba performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Linda Erdman, Corwith, as maid of honor and Linda Detmering, Wesley, bridesmaid. Best man was Thomas Kissner, brother of the groom, and David Stewart, Waterloo, was groomsman. Ushers were Bud Fraser, Mason City and Jerry Kissner, Burt. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church hall. Shirley Kissner had the guest book. Mrs. Ethel Halligan, Corwith, poured coffee and Beulah Green Britt, served punch. Joan Eischen and Mrs. Ivan Kohlhaas, Burt, cut the cake. Waitresses were Barbara Fraser, Mason City and Debbie Kohlhaas, Burt. Judy Winter, Sioux City, and Cynthia Long, Corwith opened the gifts. Mr. Kissner is working in construction and the couple live in Algona presently. (Glenn's Studio Photo.) SOCIETY NEWS VISIT RELATIVES Mr. and Mrs. Alden McAdams went to Des Moines Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Banning and family. The sixteenth birthday of David Banning was observed. He is a grandson of the McAdams. " .!•} .;:•• CLUBS MEET Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp were hosts to their Couples Club Saturday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob were guests. Mrs. William Steele entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. James Kolp was a guest. Mrs. John Dutton is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening, Feb. 24. -o- FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. James Utt entertained at a family dinner Sunday honoring the seventh birthday of their daughter, Connie. Guests were the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Merle Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. George Wilshire and Marcia, Nora Springs. -o- DAY OF PRAYER The World Day of Prayer, observed each year on the first Friday in Lent and sponsored by United Church Women of the National Council of Churches, will be observed in Algona, Mar. 5 at 2 p. m. in the First Methodist church. The planning committee met with Mrs. Roy Hutzell last Monday. Participating were Mrs. Louis Kelley, First Methodist church, Mrs. Quinten BJustroro, Good Hope Methodist, Mrs. Ted Herbst, Congregational, Mrs. Miles Sloniker, First Lutheran, Mrs. Jack Fraser, Episcopalian, and Mrs, Alwin Huenhold, Presbyterian, All persons, are invited to participate in this prayer service and fellowship coffee which follows in the church dining room immediately after. - o HAWAII PROGRAM The Plum CreelTWoraens Club met Feb. 10 with Mrs. William Marshall, who was assisted by Mrs. Willis Etherington. Mrs. Wayne Keith had opening number. The program on Hawaii was given by Mrs, Julia Taylor. The next meeting will be Mar, 10 with Elsie Willrett, assisted by Mrs. Sadie Stilling. There will be election of officers and the program on BrasJJ will .be given by Mrs, Ronald Gardner. *o- HOST CLUBS Mrs, Don- Nelson entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Nell McCall was hostess to her Idle Hour club Wednesday. Mrs, WUliwn Specht to entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Pearl Potter entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs. Nell McCall, Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs. Marie Lampright and Mrs. Russell Cook. - o - SUNDAY VISIT John Thuente, who has been dismissed from Park hospital, Mason City, where he had stomach surgery is staying at Cherokee with his daughter, Esther, who suffered a broken ankle and both are being cared for by the other daughter, Mrs. William Sanguln, also an R. N. The invalids and the Sanguin family FAMILY DINNER A birthday dinner '.vas held Monday at Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch's at LuVerno for Carl Goetsch. Other guests wero Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Mr. am! Mrs. Diiane Riley and David, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith, Arlie Goetsch, LuVprne. - o - BIRTHDAY OBSERVE I) Mr. arid Mrs. Michael Streit and family came for a weekend visit at the parental Matthew Streits and Matthew's birthday was observed Feb. 14. - o - HOUSE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schoby entertained Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burke, Sioux City, who were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Cash. Other guests were Mr. ajid Mrs. Cash, and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mrs. Joe Lowe. The Burkes senior and family are former Algonans and the father was at one time the manager of the North Iowa Co. lumber yard. The Raymond Burkes are former neighbors. - o SEWING CLUB Mrs. Albert Reid entertained her sewing club Tuesday. BOOST THE INCOME POTENTIAL ON YOURFARM ...build a Hl/'LUw M/d west Layer Unjt!. It makes family labor pay big dividends Find otn more aoout boosting your income potential CALL OR SEE ELMER A. MAAHS Whittemore Hatchery Phon« 4161 -Whittemore, la. Hy-Luie. CHICKS Farmers Attention SPECIAL HAIL RATES FOR 1965 RATES PER $1,000 TWPS.: JTWPS.: 'TWPS.: TWPS.: TWP.: TWPS.: TWPS.: TWP.: CORN Buffalo, Burt, Fenton, LuVerne, Plum Creek, Portland, Sherman, Wesley 25.50 Lotts Creek, Union — 28.00 Garfkld, Pr.irie 29.00 Creieo, Hebron, Irvington, Lincoln, Seneca, Whittemore 30.50 German 33.50 Ledyard, Swea 36.50 Eagle, Greenwood, Harrison -- 39.50 Ramsey 42.50 RATES MAY CHANGE — DON'T WAIT BEANS 35.00 39.00 41.00 42.50 47.00 52.00 56.50 61.00 Write Box 584 ALGONA, IOWA 9w ... ovalloblt In food morkot throughout North Ctritral Iowa HFAR SPEAKER The Young Adult class of the Ropular Baptist church went to Fort Dodge Saturday and after dinner attended a meeting at the Faith Baptist church at which Rfv. Ralph Sarver was speaker. MARINERS MET The Mariners Clul) of the Presbyterian church met Sunday evening at 7:30. "Needs of Korean Orphanages" was the topic presented by Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Simler. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Easter and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith were in charge. Thursday, Feb. 25, 196$ Algena, (la.) Upper D«s Mofn««-9 evening with Mrs. W. M. Anderson. Mrs. Arthur Olson was co-hostess. - o OPEN HOUSE An informal open house was held Sunday at the Presbyterian manse. Hours were from 2 to 4 o'clock. An official dedication will be held later in the spring. Saint Anthony Is the patron jsaint of Lisbon, Portugaj._ Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain CHURCH GROUP Priscilla group of the First Lutheran church met Tuesday New YorV, N. Y. (Sprrl.1) - For the first time science has found a new hrnling imbalance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—result* were 80 thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" 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