The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 8
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(leO Upper DM Mein*« Thursday, April IS, 1965 SPRING IS APT TO BE SORT of a giddy season. It's the time when the sap starts rising, when the young mail's fancy turns to love, and when the ladies break out in their new Easter bonnets. The latter can be both sappy and fancy. In fact, of all the articles of clothing Milady has worn down through the ages, no one item has come in for so much admiration and envy from her sisters or so much derision from the fellows as a hat! - o - EASTER IS A TIME OF hope. The day has more spiritual significance for us than any holiday in the Christian religion. All of us know that Easter has more importance than a time to break out new clothes, but, at the same time it seems to me, that the wearing of new clothes can be the outward symbol of an inward renewal. And if a gal can't afford one other new thing for Easter, she should buy a new hatt - o - EVERY YEAR SO LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER, people have said that the current crop of women's headgear is the goofiest ever. I'm not complaining about this, for 1 go for hats - the wilder the better, but the millinery Industry seems to be operating on the principle that a hat designed to look like a hat will never sell. And so long as hats don't look like hats, anyway, why can't we gals who just happen to lack the purchase price of a new chapeau whip up some models of our own out of material we have on hand? - o - f»> THE POSSIBILITIES ARE QUITE endless. For instance, Uiat shiny saucepan reposing in the kitchen cupboard. Coundn't we drag It out, wear it Inverted with a handle slanted upward and decorate it with some carrots and a few cabbage leaves? If it doesn't pan out as a hat we can always turn it right side up and cook the vegetables in it for supper. - o OR HOW ABOUT THAT LARGE lampshade up in the atfic? It's the right shape for a hat and if we could conceal a flashlight somewhere in its depths, wouldn't we be simply delighted with this bright, new number? If it is an "out of this world" hat we are looking for, maybe we could saw that world globe In two and trim it with some tickets for the first space ship trip to the moon. Or we could utilize an old flower pot. Invert It and spruce It up with a little parsley. This would be particularly suitable to the mature woman who has gone slightly "to pot" anyway. - o SOME FASHION EXPERTS ADVISE wearing hats to fit Milady's moods. So if you are in a soft and cuddly mood, maybe an old sofa pillow placed at a jaunty angle would convey something or other to your Old Man. On the other hand, maybe a football helmet to which are tied a pair of boxing gloves would give him notice that you really need to be handled with gloves on. - o IF YOU WANT TO STAY IN theme with the holiday, your Easter bonnet could be made from your deep fat fryer basket. A couple of live baby chicks could be placed in the wire enclosure. Very chic! Your friends will be wordless with envy when you turn up in it. In fact, you won't hear a peep out of them I Since new hats are dizzy anyway, why can't we make one out of our favorite phonograph record. If we decide this hat doesn't exactly strike the right note, we can take it off, put it on a record player and dance to it. - o A HAT WITH AN EXOTIC AIR COULD be made of a wheel of limburger cheese and trimmed with a string of garlic and a brace of Bermuda onions. But if you want a little number that will take your breath away use a garnish of cloves, Sen Sen, chlorophyll toothpast and a small bottle of mouth wash. - o A POPULAR STYLE OF THE SEASON is a hat shaped just like a coal scuttle. What it lacks in beauty is more than made up in practicality for it entirely covers the head and to wear It, you don't have to have your hair fixed. However, in this day of gas and oil fuel, I doubt very much if anybody has an old coal scuttle with which to make a homemade hat. So perhaps, we'd better scuttle this whole idea, and wear your last years bonnet. But the best idea yet is to go downtown and buy a brand new store made model! - o AT OUR HOUSE RIGHT NOW, we are looking forward to some Very Important Company - Mary Ann and her pals from Iowa. I expect that this event will make our Easter most complete. I also got a warm glow from a letter from Margaret Durant, who commented on a magazine item of mine she's seen. This was the second article I'd sold within a week so tilings have been going better than usual for me lately. - o DURING THE WEEK OF APRIL 11 through 17, people having birthdays include Patrick Rooney, Dottle Greenberg, Shelley Smith, Zada Naudain, Patty Hopkins, Michael Ott, Hazel Prieskorn, Eleanor Mowers,. Mary Goodman, Tom Rlcklefs, Vicky Stalzer, Jack Chrischilles, Lucille Hutchison, Susan Harmon, Diane Jorgenson, Gordie Schmidt, Scott Miller, Robert Stilman, Ella Hutchins, Daniel Kuester, Teri Herbst, Dr. D. J. Shey, Gary Naylor and Dean Mulso. Mr. and Mrs. James Chalstrom have a wedding anniversary. - o THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS FOR Western Cheese Buns - good for a crowd of teen-agers. 1/2 lb. shredded sharp American cheese 2 tbsp. chopped green pepper 2 tbsp. chopped onion 2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped 1/3 cup chopped stuffed olives 1 tsp. prepared mustard 3 tbsps. chili sauce salt and pepper 6 weiner buns Combine cheese, pepper, onions, eggs and olives. Add mustard and chili sauce. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Cut buns in half. Spread with cheese mix and place under broiler flame until cheese is melted, about five minutes. GRACE Cancer Crusade For Funds In Full Swing Mrs. Howard Sparks, Portland township Cancer Crusade chairman, wishes to remind all in the township that April is the month of the Crusade. Workers calling on every home la the township will be Mesdames Harley Boeckholt, John Spear, Harold Prestlms, Don Ringsdorf, Ross Stewart, Paul Aread, Roger Scott and Frank Becker. Hoover - "Many years ago I concluded that a few hair shirts were part of the mental wardrobe of every man. The President differs from other men only in that he has a more extensive wardrobe." Scout Pick-Up Is Set Here This Weekend The final phase of the annual Prairie Gold Council Roy Scout "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" will take place this Saturday, April 17, when the Boy Scouts, with Scoutmasters Dick Heisell, Lawrence Hutzell and mil Klesatli In charge, will gather Good Turn Day hags from 'iomes in Algona. These bags of materials will then lx> stored for delivery to Goodwill Industries, where handicapped workers will process them for resale to earn their own wages. The Scouts request that contributions be set out on the front step by 8:30 a.m. as they will not ring door bells. In the event your home was missed with a bag, please put your discarded clothing and other contributions in boxes or sacks and have them ready for pickup by a Boy Scout. The Boy Scouts also advise that items such as usable or repairable clothing for men, women and children are much in demand, also bedding, shoes, ajid household articles, along with toys aiid electrical appliances. The Scouts urge, however, that you do not include newspapers, magazines or furniture in this drive. New Members Received By Algona Church The Session of Presbyterian church here received a number of new members into the church Sunday. Received by letter of dismiss- ion were Mr. and Mrs. Phil and- erson, Gary Davis, Mrs. Gary Davis, Roger Hiemstra, Carol Markovetz, Mrs. Walter Morz, Kathie Morz, Mrs. Bertha Rlpp- entrop and Mr. and Mrs. James Telecky. Received upon confession of faith were Carol Lois Allen, David Bilyeu, Susan Ann Bullock, William Richard Burt, William Marvin Carlson, Janet Elaine Furst, David Lee Hix, Julie Ann Hungate, Barbara Ann Jergenson, Walter Karl Morz, David Duane Riley, Edith Ann Ruark, David Harold Sabin, Katherlne Elizabeith Skow, Marilyn Lee Yunge- berg, Michael E.Dixon and Michael Dale French. Rummage Sale The Methodist church rummage sale will take place April 24, from 8 to 11 a.m. Coffee and baked goods will be available. General chairman is Mrs. John Thompson, with Mrs. A. L. Jackman, co-chairman. The event will be held in the basement of the church. Baptize 11 Children At Local Church Rev. Newton Coughenour otthe Methodist church, at special services Sunday afternoon, baptized 11 children. They included Amy Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes Andreasen; Marty Lyn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bishop; Carolyn Kay, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Black; Brenda Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Daniels; Gary Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ellefson; Julie Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden; Connie Jo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Groen; Kathleen Kay and Kristen Lynne, daughters of Mr, and Mrs. Donald D. Jorgenson; Cynthia Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mlnard; and Julie Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith of Bode. Received into full membership of the church Sunday were mem- bers of the Youth Membership Class, which Included Edward Bennett, Linda Bonnett, Randy Burris, Thomas Ellefson, Janice Farrow, Verlyn Haahr, John Hedlund, Duane Hunt, Jennilee Hutchison, Rebecca Mlno, Sandra Nagel, Jeanne Patterson, Mark Peters, Dennis Petersen, Richard Petersen, Jerome Simpson, Kathy Taylor and Gerald Whitte- tnore. Adults received into membership included Richard Godfredsen, Theo Logan, Mrs. Harold Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parsons and James Daniels. Practice Teaching DENTON, TEX. Gary W. Resting of Algona is among some 672 North Texas State University students serving as student teachers in DalJas-Fort Worth- Denton area schools during the spring semester. Resting, son of Mrs. Veronica M. Resting, is teaching instrumental music at Robert E. Lee Elementary School. He is a 1961 graduate of Algona High School. Prankster Busy Algona firemen were called out, apparently by a prankster, at 8:33 p.m. Sunday when someone placed a false alarm call to local police. Firemen went to the residence of L. G. Kenyon on South Minnesota street, after being called to the same person'* home on North Minnesota street. The Kenyons live on South Minnesota. There was no sign of fire at the home. Failure Is the line of least persistence. Special Easter SMORGASBORD Start serving at 11:30 to 2 -f- 5 to P. M. Bring the family. HAND'S PARK FAIRMONT, MINN. A "TERRIFIC" AD and a few Comments From Our Family of Readers! /* i^V Che Firestone Tire & Rubber Company HAR.VIY ». FIAI1TONC • FOUNDIft. AKR.ON , OHIO 44317 V March 2>t, 1965 A- / jj. v - Mr. Howard Stillman Joe Bradley Firestone Algona, Iowa Dear Howard: Howard Ritchhart has sent me a copy of your ad on the Deep Tread in JLlgona. I knew this tire was beautiful, but I did not krtow it would look as well as you have made it look without even a newspaper mat. I think this is terrific I I hope all of the farmers came into the V.F.W. Hall to see this great new tire. Yours very truly, t £7//&'; A A ^ A *V «X ' iO -^ - vV »Jfr Dean E. Weidman DEtf'tfy «P^ y * v* . <^ <r ><*' ^ V° jf £? N <Q. * "" *. *<?, \ *Sx °% s Vs» % "V, * fy* s ™ ^t»j *Q Firestone your Symbol of Quality and Soviet Advertisers Get The Quality Of Modern Newspaper Offset Reproduction; With Color If Desired, Readers Get A Complete Family Newspaper With Pictures That Only Offset Reproduction Can Provide, In... $4 a year/ Kossuth County and Adjacent Towns $6 a year/ elsewhere Upper jWoines * V V .« ESTABUSHEP 1865

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