The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1965 · Page 13
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Burt W.S.C.S. Will Observe Anniversary Korene Fitch, Portland, To Wed In Fall Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence chip- City ly Ruth Mas.-* who rmairied man spent Sunday with Joel at for a check-up. University hospital, Iowa City. .. . , . , „ ,_, They were accompanied to Iowa Disneyland is 10 years old. Thursday, August 12, f t \ ai .^. ?• i i-Vi-.r Cot Molnw -H- •••.-• -+\-r uoi momei ., ,„. ^ .. ..... „ , Five million Canadians visit the U. S. each year. IT IS GETTING MORE AND MORE difficult to guess a woman's age. Because of hair-color, you can't tell "Does she or doesn't She',' and if you decide she does, you can't be sure if it is to change the shade or to cover up the grey. To complicate things even more, some youngsters who couldn't possibly be even prematurely white, go and bleach silver streaks in their hair. - o - YOU CAN'T TELL AGE BY looking for wrinkles anymore because everybody's skin is so moisturized and make-up filmed the creases don't dare show. Figures are not a sure-fire give away, either what with Spandex, Lycra and Metracal. Even habits are not much of an indication because so many people who should be sweet little old ladies go batting around in straight- shift sports cars and showing up at discotheque joints. I'm beginning to think the only way you can tell which is the mother of young children and which is the kids' grandmother is that Grandma is the one who is blonder, more youthful and carefree looking I - o - ABOUT THE ONLY WAY WE HAVE left to even guess a girl's age (all females are "girls" from age 0 to 99), is by their memories. If you can get a girl talking about what she did, wore, or considered attractive during the time she was courting, or being courted, you can pick up a few clues. You can't pin-point it much more accurately than within ten years and if she catches on to what you are doing she may clam up on you and not remember one blamed thing. But it is as good a theory as any. - o - FOR EXAMPLE, IF SHE remarks that the Fox Trot is a mighty nice dance and she thinks she can still do the Charleston (but implying its from the second time it was popular), - if she occasionally calls a nice-looking young man a "Shiek" or a popular girl a "Flapper" - if she occasionally forgets and applies her lipstick in a cupid's bow and refers to a hair style as a "Bob" if she calls love-making "petting" and music with a fast tempo, "jazz" - if she knows what a marcel is, or a hip flask, raccoon coat or a rumble seat - I'd say the lady is just about old enough to start collecting benefits from her Social Security. -o- IF SHE LOOKS KNOWLEDGABLE when the Great Depression is mentioned, remembers Empress Eugenia hats, beach pajamas, Croquinole permanent waves, miniature golf, and big name radio dance bands - if she says a good-looking boy is "cute" and what some people do on a date is "necking" - if she thinks the most attractive length for skirts is still mid-calf and the right age to be married is when the boy is out of school and has saved a hundred dollars and that Bing Crosby isn't really such an old-timer -. then I'd say the girl isn't too far, either way, from her fiftieth birthday. - o - IF A WOMAN LETS DROP THAT most of her love letters came by V-Mail and recalls when most of the fellows left at home were "either too young or too old" but if you kissed them you were "smooching" - if she remembers;when slacks were practically a gal's uniform but if she'did'wear skirts they were short and skimpy - .when a new pair of shoes cost several month's ration stamps - if Frank Sinatra still sends her and she likes to dance to Swing or Boogie Woogie music - then I'd suspect that life has begun for her and she is forty - or soon will be. - o - IF A GAL DOESN'T LAUGH VERY hard at the idea of wearing saddle shoes (the dirtier the better), prefers bright red or purple lipstick and nail polish, remembers getting out the needle to shorten her skirts left over from the "New Look", recalls Milton Berle as a big star, and spent much of the time when she was in the opposite sex'es company watching TV-if she remembers TV wrestling but referred to the affectionate kind as, "making out" - if she remembers hula hoops, rock and roll music, pointed-toed shoes making their appearance, and teased hair replacing short, close-fitting cap hairstyles.- then-tfd say it won't be long until the girl is thirty. - o - NATURALLY, WE COULD go back and analyze the trends even further, but for the purpose of guessing a female's age, It wouldn't do us much good. Anybody under thirty has no right to be coy about revealing their birthdays 1 And if you are trying to guess my correct age as revealed through this column, you may as well give up. You see, I have a very long memory and even remember lots of things that never happened to me personally I - o - HAPPY BIRTHDAY FOR THE WEEK OF August 8 through 14, (Tm not telling any ages even if I know them) include Poley Hanson, Kenneth Peirce, Gene Furst, Fritz Neilsen, Don Smith, Jr., Murray Mowers. Helen Kelley, Bud Robinson, Dick Hoover, Henry Furst, Mary Plott, Bill Baker, Irma Crawford, Nancy Schmidt, LaVonne Pittman, Val Williams, Randy Ricklefs, Helen Sjogren, Charles Sheakley, Sharon Cowan, Florence Sorenson, Phil Diamond, Kitty Phillips, Jon Sjogren, Jack Long, Harold Hobson, Frank Duerr, Sherry Read, Patty Detrick, Jacqueline Rich, William Allen, Willis Erdman, Joel Sindelar, Florence Bjustrom, Brian Linnan, Mary Ellen Straub, Gladys Stalzer and Evelyn Cady. Wedding anniversaries include the Dick Burts, Ted Chrischilles, Mel Bays, Howard Millers, Bill Lamprights and Norbert Bierstedts. - o - THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS for Crunchy Fried Chicken, 1/2 cup milk (fresh or evaporated) 1 egg, beaten slightly 11/2 tsp. salt 1/4 tsp. paprika 1 cup finely crushed corn flakes 1 frying chicken, cut up 2 CUPS salad oil Combine milk and egg in shallow dish. Blend salt and paprika, with corn flakes in another shallow dish. Dip chicken into mUk- e« mixture- then into corn flakes. Heat oil in heavy skillet. Add Sen; lightly brown on one side (about 3 to 5 minutes). Turn carefully, reduce heat and cover. Simmer for 30 minutes QT mm tender, For extra crunchiness, uncover for last 10 minutes. Drain. GRACE NIUUililliBli^^HRHHIIwWUI)M Notes iervfcemei 5AN ANTONIO, TEX.-Airman jerry j, Walker, above, son of Mr, and Mrs. Robert w. Walker, of R,F<P. l» Whlttemore, has been selected for technical training at Amarillo A,F.B«t Tex., as a u. S. Air Force supply specialist. Airman Walker recently completed basic military training at Lackland A.F.B., Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide technically- trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. The airman is a 1962 graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona, Iowa, BURT - W.S.C.S. met at the church Wednesday, with Edna Smith, Harriet Black, Alice Cole, Jenny Riebhoff and Mary Baer as hostess. Devotions and program were presented by Rochelle Scott and Stella Geesman. They were assisted by several other members. Beth Miller gave a report on supply askings. The September meeting will be an evening meeting commemorating the 25th anniversary of the W.S.C.S. In charge of the program are the following members, Lefie McMullen, Janice Schaeller, Toots Hoppus and Ruby Hinckley. All ladies of the church, whether or not they are Society members, are extended an invitation to attend this meeting. - o - JOINT MEETING The August meeting of the Burt American Legion and Auxiliary was held Tuesday evening. Members of the Auxiliary were given the new year's program book. Appointed to prepare and serve the Lion's dinner Aug. 16 were Mesdames Wallace Hawcott, Bert Wermers, Charles Spry and Gladys Hawcott. Hostesses at Tuesday's meeting were Mesdames J. L. Miller, Celia Scott and Tom Trenary. - o - Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Graham spent Monday in Iowa City where the latter had a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Cook spent the weekend at the Ervin (Pete) Olsen home at Harlan. They were accompanied back to Harlan by their grandson, Mark Olsen, who had visited for some time with his grandparents. Monday evening dinner and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook were Mrs. Arthur Houck and Mrs. Ida Johnson, both of Hector, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson and son,, Mankato. -Guests at the Jerry, .Wiener home' Tuesday night helping Mrs. Wiener observe her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chris- chilles, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses and baby, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Lone Rock, Carole Wiener and Jim Dragemueller, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McGuire. Mr. and Mrs.DavidBunkofske, Donald Gifford, Mrs. Muriel Ackerman, Lone Rock, and Roberta Ackerman, Mason City, spent the weekend at the Jim Klaas , home, Marshalltown. Friday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brandt, Wells, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hansen, David, Bruce, June, and Cheryl, Gordon Happel and Todd and Robert Melville. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holding, California, Mrs.W.W.Boet- tcher and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long, Algona, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Curt Holding at Milwaukee, Wis. He is a brother of Mr. Holding, Mrs. Boettcher and Mrs. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Russell (Barb) Hammerstrom and Mrs. Kenneth Hammerstrom, Riceville, spent Thursday calling on Burt friends. Bonnie, Gloria Jo and Jamie Sue Klaas, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Klaas, Marshalltown, spent the past week with their grandmother, Mrs. Muriel Ackerman, Lone Rock, and with their aunt, Mrs. David Bunkofske. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Groen, Buffalo, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ingram and Donny, Kansas City, Kansas, visited the past week at the home of Mrs. Kate Groen and other relatives in the area, Thursday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Groen were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen, Chris and Cynthia, Mr and Mrs. Jack Gettman and family and Mr. and Mrs, John Groen and family, all of Algona, Mr, and Mrs, Henry Stroebel, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Devine and family, Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Doege and Jim, Mr, and Mrs, Lee Dixon, and family and Mrs, Chris Haase, Bernice and Leona, Mr. and Mrs, Burdette Hoeppner entertained at a pot luck picnic supper at the farm home near Lakota Saturday, honoring Mr. and Mrs. David May and family, Corning, IS. Guests included members of the G, J. on the Farm 'I 1 raining classes, of which Mr. May was the first instructor. Also guests at the picnic were Mr. and Mrs, Ed Attend The Kossuth County FAIR AUGUST U-18-19-10 Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. 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