Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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tt-AI|MM««M)M»Mtt THURSDAY, JULY V, IMf Heritage Apartments 'INK In my VEINS' been in Oaiy* tod visiting with her pafente. A Th« OtM ftyteff •?••»» Hit weekend at Okoboji. Mfs. Taylor spent a day UM week at Lake Mills with her fcttter •y MARIAN INMAN Recently relatives and friends at Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge have sent me a copy of the summer issue or the Friendship Haven, 'Reporter 1 . This is most interesting copy of this very special place of retirement. The invisible benefits of Friendship Haven »r« compiled in an article by Mrs. Cecil Semens. The visible side by the executive director, Mr. Clarence TompMmi and an •>• pecially Informative article on financial health by Robert D. Blue. Pictures and poems and stories of hobbiet and mos e and friendship tell the story of the wonderful place thaf Is Friendship Haven. Mrs. Seman's story of the invisible side takes into account the physical and spiritual surroundings of the home. The good food and the food service, the freedom from worry and frustration of trying to do the physical things age helps make one incapable of, to have time to involve oneself in the cultural and service projects of the home, church and community. The privilege of sharing Bible study and the entertainment, book reviews, movies, concerts, lectures, community sings and the participation in fun night. The home has the happy combination of privacy and companionship in whatever proportion one may wish. Being treated as persons of dignity and integrity. All this brings good cheer and sweet fellowship and brings warmth to the hearts of the cititens of his haven of a home. The visible side of the sheet embraces the good food, the health services, the freedom from financial worries, the pressure of work when one is not able and the circle of friends to dispel the lonely hours. In Mr. Blue's article on financial health he stresses the need for educational programs to assist retired persons In maintaining financial health, in making the most of their pensions and their savings during their retirement years. He gives the warning to beware the "get rich quick boys" and door to door salesmen with their plausible stories of health plans. That we had best check with reliable persons before we part with our cash or get involved in a so called magic scheme. If you have never visited Friendship Haven you must do so. They will be happy to show you about I know, and you will see the outgoing spirit of sharing that prevades the haven. There is the story of the prayer room and the comfort it brings to slip away a moment from the day's cares to quietly ask God for strength and courage to carry on. Starting July 9, the Herald-Examiner, Los Angeles, will teach high school English in a series of ten lessons. Upon completion of all requirements, any reader who is IB or older may obtain five English elective credits towerd high school graduation from the Los Angeles City School System. Registration forms will be printed with lesson 1 on July 9 and must be postmarked not later than July 18. You would be amaied at the interest this has created. The conductor of the course is an experienced Los Angeles teacher, who also spent many years as a newspaper editor and reporter, free lance writer, advertising and publicity man. He has been selected to conduct this pilot project because of his experience in both the fields of journalism and education. The titles of the courses sound so interesting especially the one, "Falling in l.ove with Words." I mean to take the course on my own without registration as I am not a native. I know that 1 will have many things to tell you about it. I'll be mailing this column along the way on our sightseeing trip, through the desert area of California, into Herbert «~.——• Mr. ««d Mfi. Cntittr WHI< ey and Janie went to LanMng, Iowa last week and! «pw their vacation visiting with Mrs. Wiltey's motfu* i«j husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arrte Helle Mri and Mri. WIIHam Nor- land and three children drove ,to Seattle, W*jh,,- »nd il« VMBtUNiing wttti Mrs, Norland's brother-in-law and sister, Mr ftftd Mi* H»y tt. Zeped* «nd ftmrtiy. They wtU be home this coming week 6 Jtrry Hifdfr**, •ft* 1 * 1 ? 1* hospitalized at the Evangelical hospital in Marshalltown Mtffctiiw from a spinal af tnent Hi* room number is 301. It is expected he will be there a few more weeks. were Mr. and Mrs, Gale Stock well, Mf. and MM Steve Zimmer, Masort City, Mr. and 'Mrs. William DeKrUif, also ai Mason City, Mr. ftftd Mrs, Henry Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Lse ttimebright, Minneapolis, Mfs. Eileen Tillman and Billy, Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs. Pred Lassahn, Carol and Ted, Sgainaw, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Stockwell are returning to Saginaw with ,the Lassaihns, but driving their own car and will return home after a visit of a couple of weeks. Maureen, daughter of Mr. completed her course in cosmetology at a Mason. City school and has accepted a -position at Harold's Wig Salon at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrt. J«ek Hernon have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hawk of Balaton, Neb. WORK ON the new Hertitoge Apartments, located in east Bancroft, is progressing nicely, with plans for completion on Nov. 1. The street leading to the new construction, which has 4 one-bedroom and 2 two-bedroom apartments, is included in Bancroft's street paving contract, along with the street between St. John's church and school, to be fully paved. Also in connection with the pavement program is the storm sewer improvements in both areas now underway. The non-profit Heritage organization has 36 stockholders and more shares are being sold. Some apartments have already been leased. ,M,.«H«l««IM.»IHMM«MI»,MIHMMMlW.HM«H 1 «.n..HIBl..milHn 1 M,,H, WMMM..NMIHHM1H.M.HHM1 LOCALS Honolulu, Hawaii, and her brother Glen McConnell, Nevada. Mrs. McConnell had Mrs. Alfred Larson went to Decorah Thursday, July 27 to visit .her son Russell and family and attend the Nordic Festival over the weekend. Kathryn Sorenson, former teacher in the Algona school system now lives at Mason City and last week Thursday she- had as guests Hel'ma. Proper, Ann Hanson, Flora Tiss, Ruth Cook and Audrey Frye. Mrs. Rosco3 I. Mawdisley was in Des Moines recntly visiting with old friends, Mra. Tom O'Hare, the former Eugenia Rist, her sister Mrs. Alice Rist O'Rourke, and Mrs. James Daugherty, the •former Ruth Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley have had as guests their daughter Delores Maiwdsley of Newton. She is a teacher in the school system there. Mrs. Hazel Vera, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mrs. Lizzie Post were guests of Mrs. Ada Post at Clear Lake Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell, Mary Beth and Sterling ,of Ankeny were weekend guests of Mrs. Lundell's parents, return to California. We have stops along the way at the special attractions of the place. The Automobile Club planned the trip for us and we start out Saturday evening for the trip through the desert, air conditioned car and a delightful family to be with. It's not the things that can be bought that are life's richest treasure, It's just the little "heart gifts" that money cannot measure . . . A cheerful smile, a friendly word, a sympathetic nod And priceless little treasures from the storehouse of our God . . . They are the things that can't be bought with silver or gold, For thoughtfulness and kindness and love are never sold . . . They are the priceless things in life for which no one can pay, And the given finds rich recompense in giving them away. —Helen Steiner Rice Sterling went to Earlville, 111,, to visit his sister, Mrs. Roy Yairnell and DoKalb to visit with his brother Rex Sterling. He accompanied his soririn-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller who had been here from Dubuque and went 0:1 from there to Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post went to Humboldt Tuesday to attend the funeral services for Harry Hull, Sr. Mr. Hull has been an invalid since being in an auto accident about three years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stoffel and Marilyn went to Dubuque to attend the wedding July 22 of Mrs. Stoffel's niece Janice Widen. Mrs. Mabel Lee has been visited by her sister-in-law, 'Mrs. Mabel McConnell, of SCRATCHED & DENTED UNITS ONE OF A KIND —ALL GUARANTEED 23 FOOT CNEST TYPE DEEP FREEZE Model No. 44-8087 Reg. $279.95 1219.12 UPRIGHT DEEP FREEZE Model No. 44-7946 Reg. $259.95 1209.12 UPRIGHT DEEP FREEZE Model No. 44-7917 Reg. $199.95 '159.12 SIK4V-SIOE REFRIQEMTM Model No. 44-3246 Reg. $529.95 H19.12 MFfERTONE AUTO. WASHER Model No. 45-7865 Reg. $269.95 '209.12 1249.12 Model No. 44-3057 Reg. $299.95 REFRWERATOR Our VALUSE JMYM'li KNIT SHELLS $1.99 A 2 for $3.00 HALF SLIPS $1.99 & 2 for $3.00 FULL SLIPS $2.99 & 2 for $5.00 MODE-0-DAY SHOP Mrs. Roy Madison, Owner Algona, Iowa THUENTE PHARMACY ALGONA, IOWA WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR COLLEGE '67 THE PERSONALITY STRIPERS A. The pin-thin one, tracing bands of color on a 100% Orion® Acrylic mock-turtle Sweater. 34 to 40. 13.00 B. 100% Wool Shetland type skirt. Navy - Brown-Green. 5 to 15. U.OO The wild-wide one, circling around this "Scotkin" 100% wool, high ribbed turtleneck. Red and Copper. 34 to 40 13.00 P, Fly-front bonded flannel pants. Navy»Brown - Green. 5 to 15. 11.00

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