Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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in my •rMMHANIMMAN Aloono Rouuth County j jBMI ^ iii . li i aB i ll>lll> g a-iaMifiaB g 1- ^ MONDAY, DIC. 1I,1H7, ALOONA, IOWA WINS CITATION Wilbur Kneoht, Whittemof e, as cited for sales ability and presented a certificate at a banquet by the Archer Petroleum Corp., Omaha, at Clari- on recently. Also attending the banquet were Mrs. kneeht' and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann, Ottosen. Mr. Kuhl* mann is manager for the south half of Kossuth. PROMPT AND COMMIT Wf OOmO INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCIMIMTS AT TNI ADVANCII Mere is a bit of something interesting that I read the other day by Dr. B W. Beadle of Springfield, Just what he is a doctor of and more about him 1 am trying to find out. Mere i« his philosophy. The article was captioned, "As financial officer, must she still chase pigs." "Farm wtoM ol MM future may preferh/ refer te themielvet «* 'tecretary and financial elf leer* ef the farm corporation/ Quick meali and fancy coekinf will permit farm women and children to spend lets time in the kitchen and home and mere time to be 'heavily involved In the operation of the business/ "There will be more automation on the farm and farm machinery will be cleaner, air-conditioned and smooth* riding," said Beadle. "These developments will make it possible for the wife to participate more in agricultural activities and enjoy her work. One farm woman foresees three eight' hour shifts a day during the peak seasons, with family members taking turns in the operation of one-trip-over machines." But Beadle reported also that some women are skeptical of how research will ease the farm wife's chore. One observed recently that, "I can't imagine that the run-to-town, shut-the- gate, chase-the-pigs, take-me-to-the-field type of hustle ever will be eliminated from the farm wife's role." This would make • good topic of conversation when • group get together, fun to hear the cemmtntt. Well I rtad just the other day. (hat if wa want a quiet spot, we'picked the wrong century to be born in. Recently, our school purchased some plastic book covers, interesting and colorful with a picture of the "Thinker" by Rodin, with these words, Always remember, 1. The power of prayer 2. The success of perseverance 3. The pleasure of working 4. The value of time , 5. The influence of example 6. The power of kindness 7. The obligation of duty 8. The virtue of patience ' 9. The worth of character, 10. The wisdom of economy 11. The improvement of talent 12. The presence of God. There is a sermon in each of these statements and we will do well to ponder them carefully. The world is nearly 2,000 years eld. We started out in darkness and bondage. Christianity and faith brought us great courage, liberty abundance, selfishness, complacency, apathy, which are sapping our back-bone leading us into dependence and back to bondage? Work like you will live forever and pray like you will die tomorrow. And please remember that a 'halo can be quite a nusiance if you have to keep explaining it. ( > .. . Political rumbles are all about us these days and this person and that person as a' possible candidate for the highest office in our land, the presidency of the United States. Have you ever thought about why a person seeking an office is called a candidate? The reason is that it was the custom in ancient Roman days for all who sought political office to appear before the public dressed in a white toga. The white toga was supposed to represent purity, freedom from evil or prejudice, and other upright qualities. The name of this white toga was candida- • tus, and therefore those- who woreMt Were referred to > as : candidates. Thus modern office seekers are also called candidates from .this ancient custom. We have cluttered up our lives with so many laws. Laws upon laws, laws to cancel or correct laws that I some* times think it would be good if we could make a great bonfire of these many laws and start all over again with only the Golden Rule and the Ten Commandments. .1 am sure we would get along better. Now is the time to: Greet old friends, Make new ones. Finish your Christmas cards. ' . • Feed the birds. Write Aunt Barbara. Bake ginger bread men. Decorate for Christmas. Make out gift cards of "I owe you so many ironings, or so many hours of baby sitting. Young mothers will appreciate this kind of gift. Be happy. Swea City girl married Mr. and Mrs. John Verbrugge Jr. of Swea City, Iowa announce the marriage of their daughter, Margaret Ann,: to Mr. Robert E. Kelly of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The cou- -ple, after an extended trip to the Montreal World Exposition and the eastern United States, is at home at 1319 46th Ave. North in Minneapolis. Mr. Kelly is a trucking and building contractor, and Mrs. Kelly is secretary to the President of The Clinton Company. "Rick", Mexican student returns to homeland Enrique Puebla, 18, Mexican ENTERTAIN MOMS Cadette Scout Troop 401 with leaders Mrs. Walter Morz and Mrs. Lloyd Gerber entertained their mothers at a tea Wednesday, Nov. 29. The scouts made the refresh' ments the previous week. A flag ceremony was conducted, refreshments were served and group singing took place during the afternoon. The Scouts read about Cadette Scouting and concluded with a closing ceremony led by Miss Vicki . Telecky. .1 JOAN THILGES MARRIES i In a candlelight service at 8 p.m. on Dec. 9 at St. John's Lutheran church. Fenton, Joan Thilges became the bride of Maynard Nemitz. The Rev. Rex Spicer officiated at the ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs, Frank Thilges. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Mayhard Nemitz home where the couple will live. GIRL SCOUTS MEET Girl Scout Troop 400 met .Dec. 6 at St. Cecelia Academy. Leader is Mrs. Cary Lane, with Mrs. W. K. Specht assistant. The following officers were elected: Pres., Barbara •,Cook; vice-pres., Colleen Hegarty; scribe, Phyllis Pentecost; treas., Sheryl Knecht; reporter, Debra Specht; and historian, Jolene Lallier. Just In Time for Christmas FLOOR MODEL SALE Grundig Stereos+New Home SEWING MACHINES LISTEN TO THE FINEST IN STEREO SOUND BY PUTTING A GRUNDIG STEREO IN YOUR HOME THIS CHRISTMAS. THE MACHINE THAT MAKES SEWING AS EASY AS CAN BE. ALSO OTHER POPULAR MAKES. NORTH IOWA Sewing Machine Co. ////////////////////////// //////. Graduate Airman Don Behrends, Monticello, was one of 17 men to graduate from Para-Res- cue School. Don graduated e 'rs under the Military Air- from 'Monticello Community lift Command, high school in 1966 and is awaiting further military ord-l \ < r r .< < < SIOEettStete ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-2414 \ t CAN DIES 0*400*1 00 "l*-/* or of the Line! We've come to the finish — now we'll give you that list of suggestions for HER purses, jewelry, luggage, lingerie, linens, house-coats, hosiery, coats, dresses and a complete stock of accessories. It's that easy here. student from Mexico City, Mexico ..received a telegram from his family Friday and was called home by an emergency in the family, believed here to be the illness of his mother. "Rick" arrived at St. John's High School last May to study languages. \ t < < ( « < < < < X ' CARAVELLE Far "tat Mhwti" MOMMY -and a great name to back them up-Bulova! € AD A VIH-E Division ol tulWf DEAN'S 4f. ASSORTED CHOCOLATES 1 Ib. $1.80 2 Ibs. $3.50 3 Ibs. $5.25 5 Ibs. $8.50 CANUItS yKW THE GIFT BOX... chocolates and butter bons IVi Ibs. $2.75 2M Ibs. $4.00 WE STILL HAVE EXCELLENT SELECTION IN ALL GIFTURE AND COLOGNES & PERFUMES! Honsbruch Drug For a Gift of Distinction... TRY THE CHRISCHILLES STORE . . . SERVING YOU FOR THE 97th CHRISTMAS SEASON -.:*

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