The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 8
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8-Algono (la.) Upp«r D« Moin«t Thurtday, April 11, 1965 THERE IS SCARCFM A PAKKNT M h > lus not hp.trd from his offspring, "Things IUVP rli.iiii:od sinco v^n \UMO vniinir.'' I've always suspected thai this is trm , ever, if I ili'in't '.TOM. up in the decade direct!) following the Civil \v.u ;\s »m kids sometimes seem to think. How inurli (Inn, s an> different f"i the kids of today compared with the time when I was .1 little rill ln'came especially apparent when I jotted i|m\n ,t fo\\ nl the differences. Here are a few of them. AVIATION Then: Everybody rushed outside to stare up when an airplane was heard going over. The ultimate thrill was to watch a daredevil airshow where a guy rlim'tpd out on the \\in\-. ot a plane, the ultimate in prestipe was to have paid $!> to CD up in a plane. Now; A Wg noise is dismissed casually as "just another sonic boom". Some interest is stirred liy watching on TV, two astronauts instead of one orbiting the earth and reading about the Russian astronauts "taking a walk" in space. Some prestige is gained by being a passenger in a jet that crossed the country in four or five hours. - o - CHILDHOOD PASTIMES Then: Kicking a can, building a car out of a wagon, dressing up 4n Mother's clothes, jacks, marbles, sidewalk roller skating, taaking and flying kites, listening to radio, hiking, band concerts, sewing for dolls, skipping rope, Sunday School, Boy Scouts, piano lessons. Now: Little League football and baseball, Soap Box Derby, marble tournaments, skating at the rink, entering kite flying contests, watching TV, charm classes, Junior Cotillion, marching band and drill team, field trips witli parents hauling, dancing, riding, and piano lessons, Brownies, Cubs, Girl and Boy Scouts, Thursday Night Church Youth Club, Cherub and Junior Choir, Art Appreciation and Story time sessions, Junior Red Cross, American Legion and Lodge groups. - o BATHING SUITS Then; The ultimate in daring - a one piece, backless suit'. Now: The ultimate in daring - a one piece, topless suit. - o - HOUSEHOLD CHORES Then; For girls, washing and drying dishes, bringing in clothes from the line, ironing the flatwork, peeling potatoes, setting the table, washing jars at canning time, going to the store for 25? worth of hamburger; for boys, pushing the lawnmower, firing coal furnace, beating the rugs, filling the boiler on wash day, emptying the garbage and the drip pan under the Ice-box. Now: For girls, putting the dishes in the dishwasher, transferring clothes from the automatic washer to automatic dryer, "taking the meat from the freezer to thaw, .mixing the instant potatoes, setting out the plastic place mats; for boys, turning on the garbage disposal, placing the trash in the incinerator, running the power mower, shoveling snow. - o - BABY SITTING FEES Then: Twenty-five cents for all time before midnight; 3 5? for later. Now: Fifty cents per hour before midnight; 75£ per hour after 12. - o - COLLEGE EDUCATION Then: Any college would admit any student if he could raise the money. Now: Starting in elementary school, good grades Js the aim so that his possibility of being admitted to the college of his choice is increased. - o - ADULT PREDICTIONS Then: "1 don't know what this younger generation is coming to I" Now; "1 don't know what this younger generation is coming to!" - o RECENTLY WE WERE PLEASED to have a visit from two of my Florida readers - Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Rentz of Crystal PRIVACY AND CONVENIENCE ' FOR ALL THE FAMILY! ! :;"""" Bedroom Extension Phone S 1?? J'lil i.li.tlOII TO ORDER, call the telephone business office. 01 .ISK your I telephone man. xTX. I Northwestern Bell | Kiver, form >rly of Hurt. They stopped to see us Saturday morn- mc. Thru are retired now and really enjoy Florida but go back to lowi eacli summer. Later Saturday, Miry Ann and her friends ai lived and we've l>een having a ball. Rut it will be over much ton soon. - o - DURING THE WEEK OF APRIL 18 through 24, people having birthdays include Melon Utt, diaries Sim-nons, Donald Sindelar, -Susan Hemnr'ngson, Michael Schmidt, Lynn Erickson, Rex Post, Butnotta Rohannon, Boa Read, Cam •llaF.ngstrom, Janet Boekelnun, I.aVonne McCabr, Don Hutchison, Dale Cole, Louis Kelley, Bill Carlson, Brian Gomlmin, Helen Haas, Jean Marie Kelley, Pamela Kulm, Lois Strnhman, William F. Dau, Jr., Sandra Harmes, Gene Faulstic.h, Roger Hoover, Craig Lampright, Bob Pratt, Marvel Sherman, Louis Merkle, Jean Robinson, Donarl Knedler, Betty .Schumacher, Jack Waller, Vaughn Rising, Judy Dutton, Vera Graham, Tin-nth y Green and Walter Woods. Mr.and Mrs. Jim Milder, Mr. and Mrs. Vern McClure, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Ott, have wedding anniversaries. - o - THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS for Tamile Casserole and it came from Mrs. Calvin Householder of Phoenix, Arizona. 1 1/2 pounds ground beef 1 cup chopped onions 1 tsp. salt 1 tbsp. chili powder 3 1/2 cups (2 1/2 can) solid pack tomatoes 3/4 cup yellow corn meal 1 can whole kernel corn 1 cup drained pitted ripe olives l/'l pound cheddar cheese, grated Brown beef in skillet; add onion and cook until tender. Add salt and chili powder to meat mixture and stir. Add remaining ingredients, except for cheese to meat mixture. Pour into shallow 2-iniai t baking dish. Top with grated cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Serves G. GRACE Paul Meyer and children, Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson went to Omaha for the Easter weekend, to visit with their son, Fred and his family, and with their daughtei, Mrs. Arvella Volentine, and her family. They were to attend the baptism of their fueat-grandcluld. Housewarming Honors For Seneca Family SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Duayne Germann and family were honored at a house-warming at their home last Saturday even- ing. Neighbors spending the evening with them included Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Streucker, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grienert, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Elmers, all of this area, andMr. and Mrs. Alfred Menke of Bancroft. "500" was played at four tables and refreshments were served by the self-invited guests. They also presented the honored couple with a "welcome" gift. The Germann family recently moved to the Seneca community from Wnittermre. - o - CHURCH PROJECT The BlaJ<jer Lutheran church Women voted to collect Betty Crocker or General Mill's coupons and use them to help pur- chase stainless steel silverware for Holden Village, a Lutheran Retreat located in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State. Hostesses at the meeting Thursday were Mrs. Amey and OJey Cherland. The Bible Study and devotions were presented by Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. John Johannesen. ! Fenton I Chit - Chat Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland, who also celebrated the eleventh birthday of their granddaughter, Paula, were Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania, and Carol Johnson. Steve Berkland spent the Easter weekend at the home of his parents, while on vacation from Iowa State University. Evening callers of the Ernest Berklands were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar BerklandofCylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Miller in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lura spent Easter Sunday with her brother, James Hughes, at Veterans Hospital in Minneapolis. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Willmert and girls" of Albert Lea. Mrs. Wnlmert and girls visited over" the weekend With her sister, Mrs. Meyer and her parents, the Bierstedts. On Wednesday afternoon the Marlys Circle met in the Fenton Methodist church basement, with Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Mrs. Derwood Voigt as hostesses. The worship was led by Mrs. Merle Voigt and Mrs. Lyle Newel was in charge of the program, which had an Easter theme. The North Circle of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Burkgren, with ten members and twoguestspre- sent. Mrs. Melvin Berkland gave the devotions and Mrs. Ervin Complete FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE Ruluike presented the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck! and children, Spencer, spent Tuesday in Fenton visiting friends and relatives. Callers last Monday evening at Anna Meyer's home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and Mrs. Emma Radig. The occasion was Mrs. Meyer's birthday. Mrs. Anna Meyer and Elsie Meyer were last Sunday dinner guests at the Victor Meyer's in Ottosen, in honor of Jo Ellen Meyer's confirmation. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Meyer and Eldon, Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and children of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. For Spring Weddings. Banquets or Fonnais . . . Handsomely correct and so comfortable! See our large $«• lection of summer formals. Sparkling, lightweight . . . just right for your wedding or for any other formal occasion thil spring or summer. IEUTHOLD;W1LUAM3 1 jrttuili-^ \*^S AiOGN». I0*» mi CHOMU chrome knives dged sharp even with haylage ,••»*• Anderson Erickson Dairy Co. Haylage puts a chopper to the "two pronged test." First, low moisture makes haylage tough to chop. Second, it should be short — no longer than Vi-in. The Gehl Chop-All delivers fine chopped haylage . . . fills the bill for all chopping jobs. New Select-A-Cut transmission lets you change forage length—short, medium or long —with the push of a lever. 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