The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 9
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You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPEIL, MONTANA Under 21 \ column for trrn-ji^rr- By Don Holligon More than 3,000 entries were received in the "Under 21" Christ- tiTis c-'.^iy ciuitcl '.vliirh cndcfl Uvo v.'(-pks fu;n ;md choo.sinn the tv.'n wmiu'is <v;i- ;i "V..M.V (liff,i.:ult .!"!>." in-'JirrliiiH to (he judges hul. "'" v ll 'I '"iiic up v.vh tin' (MS.-IV.: lii.'V hclicvcrl rovri'ffl the subject. 11 !''!' i I). Mi.'i -Hi: !i nil the :illu r cntiif'S. , * * . * * Tho topic was Ihis: "Wh:il I r.i'lii-vr the Woi Itl Nofds Most this f'hi is'miis." \Viiiucr ill .Oli.Kio in r;Ui in the (.'la.vs A division lor ..^•vi nth, (-iijilh and iiinth .ni-.-rli.' pupils is Andi:/» j Kor/apski, II- yi, ir (.id seventh -i;ule pnpi! nf Ch:lli\vark, I.J. C., C.nuida. M.-irthii Milsii'ad, Hi. ;i S.m Aia'ii.-t ine, Texas, hit}li sehool junior, i: Mif winner ( ,| :-::,>. no m ( -.i.-.:h in the (.'id:-.; I! divi-;,on for 10th, llth '"'id 12th fi .i.le siinli tit.-:. .•V-i uiiliii,! ;,) (I,,. |u,!i',( s. j;ny ,i| severnl liundr-.-d entries wore ; ''">'il ii • ^'ii.u'ie ;, , the Mihifs siihinil-ied l.,y Martha and Aritlr/.i-j 1:111 "I'"' 1 < v-;ivs ri.nl;. inrd lh:il 1i!llt< .somrthin!.; "extra" Ihal sel till-Ill ;:|'..l'l. :< • t t * Andizaj haj ih's io sry: "I U.lK-ve ihc world ne.-d.s fiiend.ship ii'ore t!:;,n anyih::ir; eh-," this ChnMma.--. With iu:i;-'.- Irit-ndship. we v.'on'dn't worry ahoiii ,i'.o;ii;i- l.nml.. nr.'l '•< rkt x. Th:'ref<.ro, we could • L 'Ve money on <l"l'' n:vs. ll friend.,;) p \v;,s a wid(-ly praituf.l ail, - would in,. hav.> \v:is'ul lime dev..;:n^ war ma'jliines and ;i iK-li.-r ci vill/aL-nn. "Ki u ;id.-hip lji.Kins in the lunne. When families get alon^ to- ii i:: ;\ -;ti,it fop i| 1( ' cominimity Io ;inrc-i\ Whin communities well, il helps the whole eouril.iv 'to unite. If whole is a Mart toward the- unity of he world. "Chrisnias is Christ's birthday. Km- :i birlliday present and for i' 1 Ix-nelil i,f thf world, why don't we ;;ive e.ich other what He came h? Christ said, "Love thy neiKlibour -as thyself." Ve w.,ii!d h.-i M'' j.'i't!in,", alon eoutilries unit Martha wroio she belioved the world needed understanding more than anylhiny else this Christmas, .say inn, "The dictionary defines imdc rstiiridiiiH as'lieinj; a mutual agreement of ideas that settle differences. To. lay there are n,:iny diflerencts which involve and con- c ' l ' ln "" •- t1 "' eontroveir.y over integration, segregation, disarma- liKiil, dating, dictatorship, delinquency, democracy, marriage _ all '.I these and mure :;,.Team for recognition and understanding. 'It .should be remembered that with understanding comes forgiveness, with I'orgivur .-,.-;, love; with love, peace; and with peace happiness. "If understanding was an item to be bought or sold, received or given ill Christum:;, it would be highly the wish of all to receive it However, perhaps it is forgo! ten that the greatest joy comes from giving. ' ' "This Christmas, trim the tree with love, light the candles with peace, ;mg ,i)v> carols with hope, jingle, the bells for pure joy, and ivrap your gifts with understanding." * * V * Actually ail you teen-agers and children who submiiled entries are winners in a sense. If nothing else, you put your thoughts down on paper and you sini-U-cl to Ihink. Why not follow up your essays by practicing daily what you wrote? We all know the beginning of anylhmg, whether it -be good or bad, doesn't start in a nation's capital with » law-making body, a ruler, a television show, on an iilhlelic field or elsewhere. Whatever you want to do or be, whatever you want your country and the world to do or be, starts in the home. II you kids practice daily what you preach, some of that love that kindness, th;H peace and that understanding will rub off on ether members of your families, on your neighbors and friends on strangers and will- eventually be carried throughout the world .1 ry this approach. Thanks io all of you who submitted entries, all of which were •Ihorrnii-.hly read and considered. Milton INJURED Schroecicr of Luana was injured reeenlly when his lrl'1 hiind was caught, in a corn- put it.in storage for the winter. It was found that the tips of his little and ring finger were sever- Id! hiind was caught in a corn- rd, His middle linger was badly picker as he was cleaning it Io! lorn. S^fP^f^C^^€^!^%^€S \t\\t oU-fctsht'oneal (greeting, we extend to convey, trie manu, joyt we nop» «jow find oft tnlf bright 1 , Q>rif NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. u "Your GAS Company' ** f< * a ** 1 *^ SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. ** A *r **- wi *" V-«*-— *-» ^ vl/ * It is our sincere v^sh that this 1960 Christmas Season will be a most happy and joyous one for till of ycu. Arid mirjht we also express our appreciation for your confidence end patronage during ifce pest year. Our best to you at this Chiistmos, and may a Happy and Prosperous New Year be yours, also. BOTSFORD LUBVI CO., ALGONA ^Tl^^li^^^^f^^LJ^^: ^J^^**?* ****** ^^.^ft^^^a^a^a.^ «ja«M«»tti»« .few* CHRISTMAS Accept our warmest greeting for this Holiday season. And thank you for your many courtesies. | N. Hwy. 169 SERVICE CY 4-4369 FOWLER'S CHrjstj,, GAY QUILTED ROBES... A lovely selection of finest quality nylon quilted robes, in. the popular Waltz length. Plains and flowered designs. $5.95 to $12.95. Quality Cotton and Corduroy Robes, $3.95 to $5.95. Baby Doll +i Paiama Sets «* Beautiful 3-pc. Baby Doll Pa'jamas Sets, direct from Mills. Set consists of lovely Baby Doi! Ccat, Long Pantaloons and pair of Shorrie Pants. White and Colors. $5.95 ILL STYLES ... ALL COLORS & FABRICS Select from one of Algona's largest Sweater assortments. About every style and color available. Ban Lon Twin Sets (2-pc.) $7.77. Imported Italia^ Knits, elaborately styled, valued to $14.95, now only $7.95. Beautiful Bulky Knits, $3.98 to $14.95. HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM LOVELY SLIPS... Finest Nylon, Dacron and Cotton Slips with beautiful lace trimming. As seen in Seventeen Magazine. $2.98 to $4.98 and GOWNS We have the New Lengths in Gowns of Nylon, Dacron and Cottons. She can always use an extra Gown, which makes a gift to be admired. $2.98 to $4.95 !??»'i 4 PRETTY GLOVES,.. Again we have the fine Hansen Gloves as well as many other popular Brands. Many, many attractive styles, colors and fabrics. Makes a nice gift. 98c to $3.98 pr. DAINTY HANKIES... A wide array of Handkerchiefs in charming white linens. Lovely embroidery work. Also pretty prints. Give a hanky to that person you want to remember this Christmas with a "Token" Gift. 15c to $1.98 PERFUME SPECIAL! By "Miss Vivian" & "Three Coins in the Fountain". Nationally advertised in Vogue, Harpers, Glamour and Mademoiselle magazines at $18.50. Fowler's Price —NOW ONLY— $3.95 m ^ *& per ounce. FANCY APRONS... Algona's most elaborate assortment of Fancy Aprons may be seen at Fowler's. All the wanted styles and fabrics, for the most feminine tasle to the Grill Cook. $1.00 to $2.98 &\ Festive Dresses Fine Talbott Knits, knitted with cable stitch. A lovely selection of colors. Regularly $14.95 -— $19.95. Now $10.95. Also sew our array of other dresses, pet- feet for Holiday wearing. Handsome Bags A Ai ._- »J.__ It ft BK . . • Attractive Hand Bags in many shapes and colors. Plastics anil Leathers, including fh* Rambltr styles, $2.91 te j *« <,. i,,<

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