Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1967 · Page 4
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4-<-*igotta oowaj MONDAY, OCT. 9, Prayer week to be observed by Hurt group Burt _ WSCS met Oct. 4 at Burt Methodist church. Hostesses were Marion Westling, Elsie Winter, Ivy Simmons, Mary Baer, Velma Cook, and Esther Hilton. The program on the American Indian was in charge of Karen Davies and Blanche Long. Plans we're completed for the turkey supper Oct. 11. The Jurisdictional WSCS meeting will be held Oct. 11 to 13 at Cedar Rapids. 'INK in my VEINS' j m TURKEY SUPPER The annual Blue Mound Turkey supper will be served this Wednesday at Burt Methodist church starting at 4:45 p.m. and will continue until all are served. The menu includes roast turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, buttered corn, cabbage salad, relish plate, homemade rolls, jell, assorted pics and coffee. The MYF will sell home made candy also. AT BUFFALO FEED The Hugh Williams were guests of Clare Clark at the Buffalo Barbecue at the Community Hall in Ledyard. There was a large crowd served from 5 to 8 p.m. The buffalo was purchased from Williams. Birthday Circle will meet Thursday, Oct. 12 with Lizzie Giddings hostess at the William Giddings home. Mrs. Irma Doege will have charge of the program. The cub scout pack meeting will be held Thursday at the schoolhouse. Burt Women's club will meet this Monday at Leona" Lacy's with Erma Pratt assistant. Theme of the program is conservation. The hymn of the month is A Mighty Fortress in our God, by Martin Luther. Nature Provides from the National Wild Life magazine will be given by Thecla Christensen, and Happy Hollow Wild Flower Park by Mrs. Victor Fagen. The Legion and Auxiliary met Oct. 3 in the Legion Hall. ^Hostesses were Elsie Winter and Jane Scott A short business meeting included a report by Elsie Winter of the Lions club guest night. The sewing meeting will be held at Cecelia Scott's Thursday Oct. 12. The hymn of the month, Make Me A Blessing was sung. •Mrs. Nell Opheim, Sexton, was a guest of Mrs, Burnadine Opheim, Dawn and John, Oct. 2 for Dawn's 8th birthday. OES Past Matrons Ethel Dremmel, Lulu Hawcott, Lefie McMullen, Beth Miller, Mary Jane Dugan, Ellen Holmgren, Trella Patterson and Millie Klamp spent Oct. 3 in Fort Dodge. They visited Mrs. Lillian Meinger at Health Center at Friendship Haven and presented a bouquet of flowers. Guests Oct. 4 of Mrs. Etta Holdren were the Merle Richards, Britt, who were on their way home from a visit in Denver, Colo., with their son Frank and family. They had also visited in Wisconsin with their son Kenneth and family at Lily, Wis. Mrs. Nettie Felkey of Armstrong was a caller Wednesday at Etta Holdren's. The Week of Prayer will be observed at the Circles Oct. 18. Oct. 20 at 2 p.m., the Missionary, Marian Warner, will be a guest A WSCS workshop will be held at Forest City, Oct. 24. The Supply Secretaries are invited to visit the Good Will Industries at Sioux City on Oct. 26. Members are requested to save Betty Crocker coupons to be sent to Harriet Ballau, New Hope Center, Sioux City. The Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held Thursday, Oct. 12 at Celia Scott's, instead of the usual Wednesday as the turkey supper is that day. Guests Sunday of the Dean Andrews were the Dale Struthers, Algona, and the Ross Struthers, Doan. Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. Dale Struthers, Mrs. Michael Scott and Miss Smith of Swea City, spent Oct. 3 in Mankato. The latter two attended a school for math teachers. The J. L. Millers spent the weekend at Fredricksburg at the Owen Hopkins home. PROMPT AND CORRECT WEPD1NG INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCEI Well, it has happened again. Just when I can't think a new thought or can't make some idea behave long enough to get it down on paper, whet) the well of imagination runt dry, the mail comes and friends and-readers write of hdw they enjoy the column and of the inspiration they receive from it and send me some interesting clippings and 1 am started again. I can't turn them down. Looking north from my living room window I have a lovely view of an A«h trot. Jutt now it i» * blot* of y*ilow «nd gold, • beautiful breath-taking tight with my window for • frame. It it lovely all the year long, from the leaf built of ipring to itt summer glory of green to the autumn graridour of itt pretent state to the bare branches of winter. BrartchOs that never teem like tkeletont but thrutt upward to the tky with the promite of life to come after the cold of winter. ,'..'• Yesterday I attended the shower for another of our local brides-to-be, Marjorie Haupert. The lovely, lovely gifts these brides of now-a-days receive and how sweetly and graciously they will preside in their newly established homes,; In • pleatant note from my friend Sally, Mrt. Francit Johnton of Friendthip Haven, Fort Dodge, in which the en- cloied a number of good clipping! of newt end poemt, the sayt, "Dean Marian: Surely you are not in 'need' of thole imatteringt, but I'm tending 'em anyway." Little does tho know that I did need them and until her delightful letter came I did not know what I would write. Jutt reading her letter nspired me, to pleat* dear friendt keep them coming. In a recent column I told a story of our adult example lo our youth in deception, lying and underhandedness. This week a read a bit of John Ruskin on deception by word of silence and I quote, "And this is especially to be insisted on in the early education of young people. It should be pointed 'ut to them with continual earnestness that the essence of lying is deception, not in words: a lie may be told by silence, by equivocation,. by the accent on a syllable, by a glance of the oye attaching peculiar significance to a sentence; and til of these lies are worse and baser by many degrees than a lie plainly worded; so that no form of blinded conscience is so far sunk as that which comforts itself for having deceived, because the deception was by gesture or science, instead of utterance; and finally, according to Tennyson's deep and trenchant line, "A lie which is half a truth is ever the worst of Lies." •;.••.: Ronald Reagan, at the library dedication in Eureka, called on youth to help "Redirect our notion'* courte into the pathi of freedom and morality and high principle." But ho defended hit generation't accomplithmentt. "We have to re- ttudy tome of our social legitlation, legitlation that meant well, but hat failed in itt goalt or hat created greater brob- lemt than the onet it wat meant to cure," Reagan wont on to say, is it enough to have material things? Aren't liberty and morality and integrity and high principles and a tome of responsibility more important?" r This is pretty much the sum and substance of what he said to the riotous students at the University of California Hp^fSVJl? 11 th f, y were a . ctually th n>wing things at Hime. • d l end « dj the college authorities for the stand and the rules they had laid down from their experience and urged the students to take and like or plaase leave the college. He also said that if mistakes had been made in the rules that if these were presented in a reasonable manner all could be disbursed explained and understood so they could be squared awav I was proud that he stood his ground, ' • We must come closer .together not only through 7 the modern meant of communication, we muit come togothor, with our hearts in mutual understanding, esteem, and love. Man mutt meet man, nation meet nation, at brothers and sisters, as children of God. Pope Paul, VI. n K M T he rea ?^ n some people get so lost in thought is probably because it's such unfamiliar territory." rf A . .1 A " '° wa "• Wf P«P«r reported that o gentlemen; had Mi wife* "* W lood$peaker *° hit ehurch '" fond memory of is about fTve 6 mTnTes more'" MqUl " d by the avera * e P*™ "Few people who make 'footprints in the tends of time are wearing loafers." Centervillo Iowa bulletin. Now is the time to pot and protect house plants if S °' S °° n y ° U ' U be b ™*°* them Now it tho time to add a little extra dash of color to your roomi at you clean houte. A bit of cheer for those cold cloudy days to come, cakes «,™« iS " Ot J 03 e ^ rly to plan £or your Christmas fruit- fnr fh»f out .y° urufavon te recipe, assemble your ingredienti for that morning when you say, 'this is the day.' . " Now is the time to sew on that button and the lin For all that has been — THANKS! To all that shall be — YES! •'CAN WE SETTLE THIS OUT OP COURT, OFFICER?" If not, settle it in court. Remember, your insurance with the Bohannon Insurancy Agency means you will be represented and protected by our and the companies' facilities. INSURANCE AGENCY 1 , , "P ny*r-.' n.i.' 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