Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 11, 1967
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INK in my VEINS' MONDAY, ItW (MM Is Bride ofTom lynch MARIAN INMAN IIIIWMIIIIHIMIUm IIHIIHHHHMMMi Ledyard '57 class holds reunion Ledyard—The 1957 graduating class held their tenth reunion at the Sirloin House in Fairmont August 19 with 12 members of the class in attendance. Those attending were Mr, and Mrs. Duane Murphy (Patricia Farrow) of Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Don Fennema (Ruth Wallentine) both of whom were members of the class from Holstein; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Zwiers Ruth (Ploeger) Redwood Falls, Mnin., Mr. and Mrs. John Carpenter, (Shirley Udstuen), Ralston, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Paschke (Doris Goetz) Blue' Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Arden Runksmeier, Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herzog, Savage, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wentworth, Blue Earth; Gerald Kramersmeier of Ledyard; and Richard -Friets, Swea City. 'Mrs. Jerry True (Patti Mill- eti) was a guest at the gathering. She did not graduate with the class, but was a member for ten years. Letters were read from class members who could not be present. They were Mrs. P.onald Fox (Karen Anderson) Minneapolis; Kraryl Anderson, Leaksville, N. C.; Mrs. Sherwood Vereide (Marilyn King) Albert Lea, Minn.; Francis McDonald, Columbia, S. C.; Jerry. Risk Lemoore, Calif.; Robert Semfafelder Kedoncro Beach, Calif, and Roger McGregor, Boone. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THf ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTS! MMMMNfMMMIMl^^ One of the most impressive ads this past Saturday in California's Daily Breeze was one by a large number of business men who paid for and dedicated'it to the application of Christianity in the solution of human problems. it's theme "Be Partners with God." i In thli ara of moral docay I am haartanad that thora ara still thoia who care, peopla of faith, paopla who believe that fha basic side of our lifa is God. Wa naod a greater faith. God gave us our bodies as a temple for our soul and whan aach day I saa parsons clad in long hair and waird garments flaunting their unkempt filth and shouting about thalr naod to sack leva and tha right to exercise their constitutional right to ba laty and dirty, I shuddar at such a housing for a soul. Tha poor soul surely must ba cringing insida this dosacratad tempt*. , Then I wonder 'what kind v of homes these freaks come from, and what kind of parents they must have to let them. If these kids have to go home to homes that are as dirty and filthy as they are, perhaps we can't blame them for lolling on the beach. I wonder if thay will attampt to enter school, of coursa thay appear young to ma but then you really can't tall thtir aga nor their sex. They na«d help even if thay ara a minority group as they will have adverse influanca on our American way of life if they are not liftad out of this degen- •ration tKay ara in. Quoting again from the ad, partners with God, "It's that time again . . . the time that challenges anew an army of vigorous American youth to the task of preparation in basic education that will equip them with know-how for their tomorrows. Here young minds fresh from their bowl or whea- ties, assemble for classroom and playground training. Doar Teacher, responsibility lias haavy on your shoulders. Do not forget that along with reading, writing, and arithmetic . . . lassons in how to liva God's way are needed. Teachars and studants alike hava God to honor and our country to sava right thara in your classrooms. Always remember, "A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver." Proverbs 25:11. Blending of the academic with the spiritual lessons of Jesus, the greatest teacher, offers a moral and spiritual constitution possessing all the qualities basic to life. My daughter Mary Francos and har family hava bean having soma of their ragular routine dantal checkups. You ara advised to saa your dentist at least twica a year, but most Americans do not. Only 35 par cent visit their dantist onca a yaar. Our teenager who is taking driver training gives us these statistics that were given him. The more educated you are the safer you may be on the highway. That's because you are more likely to wear a seat belt. A survey found that only one in four persons used seat belts. But among those at the top educational level the number was three out of four. I wish you could have heard our discussion when he told us. Why not have a discussion'of your own. You will be surprised the way you can twist these statistics around. Even if you are not right you will be thinking and that is good for all of us. Siza is relative: In tha universe thara ara billions of stars larger than our sun, but the viruses that causa perhaps half of man's infections are so small that one quintillion of them will fit into a tennis ball. All through the West this summer we came upon pioneer day celebrations. Quite wonderful to behold. Then I chanced to read this quip in Catohlic Digest magazine. "One '•, can't fully realize the hardships of our pioneers. Day after i day they plodded westward into the setting sun without sunglasses." Somaona askad what in your opinion ara tha 10 most unpleasant words in tha English language? Another ona suggested these: Belch, grub, slop, ground, asphalt, hunky and crabgrass. Hal Boyle says he would nominate: "Yes, we've deposited your alst pay check, and you're still overdrawn." Worth remembering: "Nobody grows old by merely living a number of years; people grow 'old only by deserting their ideals. I have been reading Psycho Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz, M. D. He stresses a new technique for using your subconscious power. One chapter I especially like is more years and more life. We must create a need for more life. Retire from a job, but never retire from life. Retirement often brings a feeling of uselessness, of being washed up, the dampening of self esteem, courage and self-confidence, which our present attitudes of society help to encourage. A few weeks ago I wrote of tha fulfillment of living feeling we gain through volunteer service in our community. This is one way to help us not retire from life. "The spirit of man has wings." Life is what we make it. Live a day at a time, and you'll find you can always stand one more day. And with it will come freedom and peace, and our spirit can soar. in Wesley public grade school Wt.l.y — the CorwUtt* Wesley schools opened Aug. 28 with an enrollment of 43t. There were 175 in Wesley. ? ; Anna Flom has Id in her morning Kindergarten das*. at Corwith. Ethel Flom IMS 17 in her morning kindergarten class in Wesley and 13 in the afternoon class. Mrs. Mag Bleich and Mrs. Oonsidine teach 34 first graders at Corwith; Mr. Oxley and Miss Cook have 33 second graders, 14 at Corwith and 19 at Wesley; Mrs. Sweers and Mrs. Clabaugh have 30 third graders at Wesley; Mrs. Barnott teaches 29 fourth graders at Wesley; Mrs. Nes- wold and Mrs. Hansen have 31 fifth graders in Wesley. 'Mrs. Rockwood and Moldenhauer have 36 sixth graders in the Wesley building; the 60 seventh and eighth graders are taught in Corwith by Mrs. Discher, Mrs. Funnemark, Mr. Schultz and Mr. Parkhurst. Richard Shellenberg is elementary principal. Mr. Weed teaches band; Mr. Logsdon, music and Mr. Rasmus^en, physical education; Mrs. George Detmering is secretary. Mrs. Swanson and Mrs. J. M. Kunz are half day teachers, the latter in St. Joseph's parochial school. The cooks here are Clara Price, Tillie Matz and Joan Fox. Mr. Albertson is custodian, in the Wesley building. Bus drivers are John Paulson, Mr. Parkhurst, Norman Rasmussen, Mr. Wilhite, Mr. Hewitt, Mrs. Kate Daniels and John Muehe. HAS 70th BIRTHDAY Guests at Elof Pearson's Sept. 1 for Mr. Pearson's 70th birthday were Mrs. Gladine Miller, Harlan and Jim, the Frank Foxes, Burton Hansens and Martha, Mrs. Anna Hansen, the Palmer Pearsons, Britt, Axel Carlsons, Burt, 'Lee Pearsons, Ledyard, and Chris Engelbarth and daughter, Ledyard. Following cards, •lunch was served. The honoree received many gifts. C.D.A. TO MEET A C.O.A. meeting will be 'held Tuesday evening, Sept 12. Betty Bode, Mary Weber, Jane Eisenbacher, Joan Grand- ganett, Helen Johnson and Irene Peterson are on the serving committee, dara Erd- mati, Josephine Meuret, 'Barbara Lickteig, Helen Plalthe, Theresa Otis, Mildred Studer, B. J. and Ruth Schrauth are on the entertainment committee. '<Mf».. Alton Lutter and her son Arthur Ludot and family, All of Pontoosuc, ill. Tfiey ««!»* Saturday afternoon. Ite Marry Peters family w*re at•o Sunday dinner guests of Ml mother . Sunday guests at Ernest we** the Wayne sfrmore; Lowell To Marry Ledyard —Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon has announced the approaching marriage gf her daughter Nancy to Larry Runk- smeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Runksmeier of Ledyard. Both are graduates of Ledyard high school, and the groom-to-be is engaged in farming. The couple will be married on October 7. IIIMIMMIIUMtlimiHMIilHMIMIMMMtMMMMItNMMIMUIIiUIHIMMIUI' ATTEND FUNERAL Lakota: Funeral, services were held at Waterloo, Iowa, for George Adams, 60, former resident of Lakoita. Interment was at the Garden of Memories Cemetery at Waterloo. Those who attended from 'Lakota were Mr .and Mrs. Adolph Poppe, Jr. and Annette, and Mrs. Ahrend Hans. Mr. Adams was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Hans. A D.C.C.W. regional meeting of Catholic women will be held Sept. 12 at Garrigan high school, Algona. The program begins at 8:45 a.m. and will close about 3:30 p.m. St. Joseph's Guild will meet Tuesday evening, Sept. 26. A pot luck dinner will be served. The anaual turkey dinner will be served Sunday, Sept. 17. The Ray Carlsons visited the Ernest Van Weeldens Sunday afternoon and saw David Jon, born August 18 to the Van Weeldens, making them a family of two sons and a daughter. Myron Carlson had as guests for nis ninth birthday Thursday at Ray Carlson's boys of the fourth grade of the Titonka public school. The date of his birthday is Aug. 18. Jim Raney, Brookings, S. D., came Saturday to get his wife, Joan and their son Mark, who had been visiting the parental, Dr. H. H. Raneys and Cliff Anfinsons. The Ray Carlsons returned Aug. 27 from an 8 day trip of 2,300 miles into Missouri, Arkansas and Kansas. They visited her brother, the 'Bob Johnsons at Colorado Springs, Colo., and the Bill Tituses, Monett, Mo. Ed Hildman attended a Kain family reunion a week ago Sunday at his daughter, the Bob Kains, near Algona. The Keith Newroths moved recently from Algona into the house which belongs to her mother, Mrs. McCullough, the former Mildred Elsbecker, Humboldt. Keith is employed by the Universal Co. in Algona. The Richard Hammonds went to Milwaukee, Wis., a, week ago Sunday to visit rel-i atives for a week. Sunday guests at Vernon Wenger's were her parents, the Herman Askelands, Armstrong, and the Wenger son Barry and wife. Mason City. A very pretty wedding at St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft on Saturday, August 26 united in marriage, Miss Bridget .Mary Quinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Quinn of Bancroft and Thomas Wayne Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch of Fenton. Msgr, J. H Schultes officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist Ann Kileniitz accompanied the soloist Mary Ann Kayser as she sang "Ave Maria"; The Mass reader was Charles Farrow and Ray Vaske led group singing. Darrell McCleish, Tim Lynch, Dick Welp and Bill Accurso were acolytes. Miss Kathleen Accurso was her friend's maid of honor. Susan 'Lynch and Colleen Quinn, sisters of the couple were bridesmaids. t .Rodney Jensen of Fenton, friend of the groom, served as 'best man. Groomsmen were 'brothers of the couple, Erwin Quinn and Donald Lynch. Ushers were Dick Lynch, Al Vaske and Tom Goche. Immediately following the ceremony, 300 persons attended the dinner reception in the Bancroft Ballroom. They were greeted by Beverly Lynch and Jan Kramer at the guest book.. In charge of gifts were Mary Fox, Mary Lou Vaske, Jean Walsh and Eileen Vaske. Mrs Jeo Kramer and Mrs. .Gene .Tigges were at the punch'bowl and aunts of .the' couple, 'Mrs. Ed Goche and Mrs. Willard Thompson poured from the silver service. •The bride's 1 godmother, Mrs. Leo Arndorfer and the groom's aunt, Mrs. Bob Fischer of Granville cut the cake. Waitresses were cousins, Pam Thompson, Theresa Lynch, Nancy Vaske and Cindy Fangman. The bride is a 1967 graduate of St. John's High school and attended Mankato Commercial College. The groom graduated from St. John's in 1966 and completed a course in tab wiring and computer programming at Automation Training Inc., St. Louis Mo., and is employed at Computation Center on the Iowa State University Campus at Ames. • After a weeks wedding trip ito Colorado the couple reside at 225' So. Franklin in Ames. aaaaaaaaaaoaaaaaoaaaoo Wesley Viola Studor aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoMO Urban Neuroth and David and the former's granddaughter, Debbie Rowe, accompanied by Beatrice Hildman visited the Kenneth Hoffmans in Marshalltown a week ago Sunday and Monday. Enroute home they took Debbie to 'her home in Fort Dodge. Ruth and Helen lickteig, Cedar Rapids, spent the Labor day weekend at the parental, Albert tackteig's. KEN has a Surprise FOR YOU SEPTEMBER 1967 $ M I W I f $ 12 3456789 10 11 12 13 Q15 16 17 II 19aCT21 2223 24 25 2/27 21 29 30 ... as'll as tflllllf fOH atNlHIa All Bswspapar Betttteys, Trtonka; Gene Peter •MM *nd Richard Petersons, fwt Dodge; Larry Petersons, Gtoii- Lake and the Merle Petersons, Wesley. SWM Youths receive award Bwe» City: Karma Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johnson, Luan Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Brandt, and Brian John* son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude'' Johnson, completed the Lutheran God- Home- Country Program and In recognition of the accomplishmen were presented the God-Home-Country Award at the Immanuel Lutheran Church. The God-JHome-Country Award is a recognition given by the Lutheran congregations to •their young people who have given evidence of faithfulness and usefulness to their church, and who have a commendable 4-H, F.F.A., Girl Scout, or Camp Fire Girl record. Lakolans make big improvements Main Street in Lakota has ta-_ ken on several changes in the past weeks. The Farmers Trust and Savings Bank has a new face and entrance and many other changes within to beautify it. At the Ford Co. workmen spent last week putting new bright colored signs marking the sales, service and the used car lot. Marshall Harry Kuper has been busy repairing the holes in the streets with blaacktop- ping and cleaning up the lot next to the Legion Building. These are all changes to make Lakota look neater. at the City Hall. Guest speak* j er for the aftetnooh will be ffev. Paul Ofstedai With ia film t6 be shown also. A free invitation has been extended to the pubHc to at* tend the program and the so* dal hour foltoWmg. Sptnd* summtr in Curopfj «n t Mr. Richard Schwankl, band Instructor at St. John's School In Bancroft, spent the summer tour s* Ittiie 2« by plifie* he fit ftrttMcils, tt«ltl«iA* ic rented • *tf tof lite trip, motorlni. first to .A**** dam. ttoilind Mid 8 d§y«• of ftlghtaeeinf, Of '.tater**! «»«« w*», the Zttldef betft* Ma level, drained tor tie Mntlnaed Into dawn the Rhine and Moselle Rivers Into the fr«pe growlnf areas where man* castles were • also noted. , » . , fie visited Munich. Austria) Satibttrt, Vienna, Venice, Italy, across to North Italy and Genoa. Located In Western Prance, the French Riviera Was most outstanding enroute to Switzerland. He spent a week hiking In the mountains etc., returning 7 back to Brussells via Luxemburg. He went by train and boat to London, where he spent a week before returning home. Mr. Schwankl stated, "It was >a most enjoyable summer and trip." Driving on European 'roads, he found them "very curvy and narrow, with traffic heavy, Comparable to cities In the V. S." . CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE OET QUICK RESULTSI HAY- FEVER SINUS Sufferers Heri't good ntwi for yen! 'fn&iilv* new "hard car*" SYNA- CLEAR Decongestant tablet* act Initantly and conHnuautty t* drain and cliar all naial-ilnut cavitlu. On* "hard eer»" lakltr glvei up to 8 heuri rtlitf from pain and 0r*tiur« ef cengiiHM. Allowt you to briath* «oiily— ilop» watery ay«i and runny n*M« You can buy SYNA'CltAR at your favartttidni*; count*, without nud for a p'rticription. Saliifactiqn «uor*nt*td by ffliiwr. Try It today. . INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out thii ad— tak« to a drug iterc. PurchaM en* pock of SYNA-CLIAK 1 2't and ractiv* an* nor* SYNA-CIIAR 1 2 Pack Fro*. __ HONSBRUCH DRUG A Lickteig picnic was held Sunday alt the y j^ —--.S-L •ujtukV city park. Attending were the |Q QO 0011111 WOlK Albert lickteigs and Theresa ... Bergers, Algona, the Ed With Kenyons, Whittemore, and wim the parents, the Lou Lick- Jerry Menke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leander Menke of rural Swea City, left Wednesday to return to Conception, Missouri as a second year student at the Immaculate Conception Seminary. He will spend the upcoming three months doing actual parish work, with other seminarians, at the Pastoral Formation Center in Kansas City,- Mo., as a new educational theory in- ovated at the seminary. Acorn Club to sponsor program Lakota: The Acorn Club of Lakota are sponsoring a Mental Health Program on Thursday, September 14 at 2:00 p.m. The Jack Hayes family, Waterloo, spent the Labor Day weekend at the parenltal Mrs. Laura Richter's. The Irwin; Martins moved recently to Algona from the Mrs. Theresa Foertsch house. He is employed by the Bell Telephone Co. •Mrs. Ernest Peterson spent several days over the Aug. 20 weekend with relatives in Westbrook, Minn. They attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. L. A. Winkel, Algona, Friday morning. Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Peters were her daughter, RIGHT HERE AT TAYLOR MOTOR CO WOE SHOTG PRICES ON ALL USED CARS! In a lather over the price of late model used cars? Check these special values... every one a beauty, every one priced to save. Come in today. CLEAN-CUT SPECIALS TRADED FOR '67 1MO FORD Galajtia Starlinor 2- door hardtop, Faat Back, V'l, Cruita-a-matic, sharp turquoin with matching interior. 1946 FORD Galaxia 500, 4 door, whito color, rod trim. €ruito-o-matic, radio, haat- ar, powar •tooring. 1942 FORD Galaxio 500 44oor, Hardtop* Factory Air Conditioning, powar flooring, 352 V-iongino. Sharp in- •ido and out. 1*44 FORD Oali«io 500, «4oor, powar .tooring, V4, Fordo- mafic, solid whlta with boigo trim. 1943 FORD Galaxia 500 4 door, 352 V't, Crwito-o-matic, powar ttaaring, radio. Light blua color, 1943 FORD Cuttom 300 4 door, 4 cylindar, radio, standard tr«n«mitii«n. 1944 BUICK Sport Coupo, J door Hardtop, automatic, radio, whita color. 1942 RAMBLER 2-door, feylin- dor, standard Irani, with ovordrivo, radio, cloan all the way. 1942 OLDS Station Wapon, pow- or itaaring, automatic, • whita color. 1940 THUNDERBIRD 2 door Hardtop, full powar, fur quoin color. 1941 MERCURY Monterey Convertible, power (tearing, Mercbmatic, radio. Nice; 1942 FORD Station Wagon, 4 paifenger, radio, V 8, Crui*a-o-matic. 1943 CHEVROLET 4 door, Bel Air tfdan, 2 tone paint, Fowerglide tremmJMion. 19*1 FORD OelMie 2-door M dan, V4, Fordomatic, radio, Hue finiih with matching interior, excellent buy. HAITiTATHTRlBT TAYLOR MOTOR

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