The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1965 · Page 11
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West Bend graduate at Air Force Academy WEST BEND — Now beginning his work at the United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., is James Arthur Hoskins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine A. Hoskins of West Bend. He received his appointment through former Congressman Charles B. Hoeven and was recently sworn in as a cadet. He is a 1965 graduate of the West Bend Community High School where he was an honor student. He was a charter member of the National Honor Society chapter, a member of the school's debate team and a letter winner in football, baseball, basketball and track. During his senior year he served as president of his school's Future Farmers of America organization, and also as reporter of the Northwest District FFA. This year he received the Iowa JAMES HOSKINS Farmer Degree from the state Connie's Column FRANK-STUFFED CABBAGE ROLLS Separate 8 large outer leaves from jresh cabbage, wash well. Parboil till tender. Drain; fold leaves in half. Wrap each around one of 8 frankfurters. Place seam- side-down in shallow baking dish. In separate pan, melt 3 Tbsp. butter; blend in 3 Tbsp. flour, !/2 tsp. salt and l /4 tsp. pepper. Remove from heat; stir in 2 cups milk. Return to low gas heat and stir till thickened. Add 3 egg yolks slightly-beaten, 4 Tbsp. lemon juice, 1% tsp. dry mustard, 1 y^ ts P- dried onionandl cup grated cheese. Stir till cheese melts. Pour over cabbage rolls. Bake 25 minutes in a 350-degree gas oven. 'Presto — cheers from the family! SEE |HE FUTURE Dream over these "appliances of tomorrow" at the World's Fair Festival of Gas Pavilion: a hanging oven with infra-red gas heat, a round refrigerator-freezer dispensing hot and cold drinks, a gas-fueled home machine that makes disposable dishes. Then go to your local gas company or gas appliance dealer and see the gas appliances of right now! Advanced designs? You bet. Dreamy new gas ranges that make cooking cooler and quicker, for example. Wouldn't it be great to nave one in your kitchen? © Northern Natural Oa$ Company, Omaha, Nebraska PAINLESS PAINTING Found my neighbor dragging her grandma's wicker love seat outside; got paint-up cues as she sprayed it new. Paint only if there's no wind and no rainclouds. Put down papers; don't risk paint on pretty greenery. Painting with a brush? Let size of surface guide you. Walls need big, wide brushing; wicker, a slim brush to reach into curlicues. Use an old nylon stocking to strain paint lumps. And never paint the house when the temperature's past 90! (Neither you nor the siding can stand it.) COOLER CUES Steamy days seem breezier when things Ion the table 1 look fresh and I frosty! Trot lout glass 'plates and bowls; pop them into the refrigerator to chill before dinner. Embellish them with crisp salads, frozen desserts, cold blender-soups. Start your meal with canned mad- rilene or consomme, chilled to jelly consistency and piled in tall, cool glasses. Serve it with long ice tea spoons, thin lime and lemon slices. COOKING CLASS Soon as you reach theWorld's Fair, check to see what's cooking at the Festival of Gas! Over 20 different groups of gas utility home service experts are unveiling regional cooking secrets in the Gas Pavilion's Theatre of Food. Learn to make Creole dishes, Hawaiian fare, Pennsylvania Dutch delicacies and more! They're easy to cook with gas, the fuel that aids better cooks coast- to-coast. Your local gas company gives you good cooking cues, too! They get economy-wise gas from the pipelines of Northern Natural Gas Company ... to make your homemaking easier, so many ways. organization. He was also editor of the "Bulldog Bark," the school paper. As a junior, he represented the local Legion post at Boys' State. Jim and his parents are members of St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Parish at West Bend, where this past year he served as vice president of the CYO (Catholic Youth Organization). (BANCROFT! 1 By Mrf. Lawrence Bergman] Burt I Duaiie Proehl and Gerald Hilton, Mankato, spent the weekend at the Fred Hilton home. She raid Sydness and children, Ames, spent the weekend at the Mennet Trunkhill home. Eric Weston, Winnebago, 111., who has been at the Trunkhill home for the past week, accompanied Sydness back to Ames for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent Sunday at the Henry Saucke home, Wells. Both Mr. and Mrs. Saucke have been seriously ill. The ladies are sisters. Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. George Schraeder spent Friday with their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook. Mr. Schroeder is recuperating following a seige in the hospital where he had undergone major surgery. Michael Hamilton is spending some time at the home of his uncle and family, the Maurice Coffins, Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Steward and family, Phoenix, Ariz., are enjoying a visit at the parental Walter Steward home. Barbara Hamilton accompanied her sister and family, the N. C. Rias, Jr., to their home at Fort North, Texas, where she will visit for a time. Monday evening guests at the Gordon Hoppel home for a barbeque supper were Mr. and Mrs. Teddie Wagner and children, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Duane. The group helped Gordon observe a birthday anniversary. Rickie Deterding, Readlyn, is spending this week at the home of his sister and family, the Gordon Hoppels. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Wallace, Mason City, were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Gladys Hawcott. Rev. andMrs.MerlinC. Davies and family left Sunday for Methodist camp at Lake Okoboji.Rev. Davies is director of the Freshman Camp being held there this week. Mrs. Davies and Mrs. Walter Campney are among 34 serving on the staff, both are counselors. Serving as Junior counselors are Jane Barslou, Burt church, and Trudy Alt of the Good Hope church. Campers attending from the Burt and Good • Hope churches are Gary Huber, Susan Dodds and Becky Fisher. Clothing for church World Service giving may be left at the Burt or Good Hope Methodist churches any time this week. Rev. Merlin Davies will deliver it to the central collecting place Saturday, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Steward and boys, Minneapolis, were weekend visitors at the parental Walter Steward home, Sunday, all attended a Steward family reunion at Clear Lake. Mrs. LeRoy Davis spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, the Jess Harms, while LeRoy attended a weekend National Guard drill, Not -New The practice of insurance is not a modern innovation. The Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans in early times had some type. of insurance, particularly shipping insurance and sickness and death insurance. Tuetday, July 20, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Maine* ______ _ . ... i -----_ i ^i LIU in i- M- ' '— ; : ~ ^ ^^^ - .-^Mr, and Mrs, Vincent Becker are parents of a daughter born July 6 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi, Verne Lund, Swea City, and relatives from Kansas, are on an extended vacation in California where the Wilhelmies are visiting their son Bob and family. Linda Ford, Iowa City, came for a visit at the grandparents, Art Lang, and help to care for her grandmother, Mrs. Long. Mr. and Mrs. David McCleisch, Chicago, and daughter came for a visit at the Glen McCleisch home and with her parents in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dorr and family, Osceola, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dorr and family, Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Dorr, Belmond, and Arliss and Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. John's Catholic church between Gerald Alvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Alvey, Bancroft, and Mary K. Christiansen. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr attended funeral services for Geo. Dorr, uncle of Cletus Saturday at Belmond. Mrs. F. X. Wilhelmi entered Holy Family hospital, Estherville> July 5. Mrs. Wilhelmi fell at her home and injured her back. 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