Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1966 · Page 2
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2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE vice star; bavid C1irischi11es, 1 MONDAY, JAN. H 1966 Many awards at Pack 29 Scout meeting Pack 29 met at Lucia Wallace on Tuesday, Jan. 18, The flag ceremony was conducted by Mrs. James Lytle's Den 4. Introduction of the Kiwanis Greeting committee was made by Cub Master Ed Sindelar. Thosfe greeting the cubs and their-parents were Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Charles. Cubby award was given ..,to Mrs. Penton's Den 8 for the best parent representation. Awards were presented to the following Cub Scouts: Brian Will, bear badge, 1 gold arrow, service star, 2 year bar, asst. badger, asst. denner; Steve Sheakley, bear baage, service star, 2 year bar for att. badge; Mike Lierley, bear badge, ser- |old arrow, bear, service star; Mike Koob, 2 year bar, service star; Larry Groen, 2 year bar, service star; Randy Nielsen, bear badge, 2 year bar, service star, asst. denner; Robby Watson, bear, badge, 2 year bar, service star, denner; Chet Black, bear badge, service star; Kris Meyer, bear badge; Dennis Peterson, 1 silver arrow; Darwin Dohlman, denner stripes; Paul Martin, denner stripes; John Penton, bear badge, asst denner stripe; Pat Esser, denner, asst. denner; Tim Geelan, denner, asst. den- ner; Randy Meine, wolf badge; Steve Harris, wolf badge; Steve choby, wolf badge; Jeff Meryman, wolf badge; 'John Peterson, wolf badge, 1 gold arrow, 1 silver arrow, re- ruiter badge; Tom Phillips, att. jadge, service star, denner tripes, recruiter badge; Pat Rooney, att. badge, service star, asst. denner; Tom Kolp, att, )adge, service star; Jeff Koob, att. badge, service star; Kurt jytle, att. badge, service star; Mark Myer, att. badge, service tar; Mike McGinnis, att. badge, service star; Chuck Reding, att. >adge, service star. Pinewood Derby winners were: 1st heat, Kirk Lytle; 2nd, Joe Sendelar; 3rd, Callen Car son; 4th, Joel Higgs; 5th, Brian Will; 6th, Steve Sheakley; 7th Jeff Koob; 8th, Mike Koob; 9th Kris Meyer; 10th, Tom Easter Grand,; winner- was Jeff Koob 2nd place, Kris Meyer. There was a time when a fool and his money were soon parted. Now, it happens to everybody. * QUESTION: A handyman working for our company was on vacation, but we imposed on him to com* down 'and repair a broken fixture. While hurrying down his front steps, he fell and broke an ankle. Will our workmans compensation insurance pay all his hospital and medical bills? * ANSWER: Absolutely, as long as he was a regular •..employee. It's a'Wonderful idea to kiss the kids goodnight, if you don't mind waiting up until they come home. * You're getting old when the gleam in your eye is the sun hitting your bifocals. Pack meeting of Cubs held with exhibits Cub Scouts of Pack 70 had a pack meeting at the Bryant gym Jan. 18 with Den 3 opening. Den 1 had the song on transportation. The attendance flag was won by Den 1. Dens 2 and 4 had the exhibits of ways and means of transportation. Den !j lad the skit of the Little Red Caboose. Awards were given to the fol- ALGONA ENDS WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26 owing boys: Randy 3obcat; Denners Schattschneider, Buscher were Kyl« Allan Ulfers Mental Health group hears two INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa STARTS SUNDAY, JAN. 30 THE WEST WAS ' THE MIRISCH CORPORATION Minna JIM MOTH ruiEui urn .JOHNSTURGES' THE HALLELUJAH "-a UNITED ARTISTS John Eller and James Monson asst. Denner, Rick Calhoun, Joe Straub, and Jeff Stephensen Wolf badge to Steve Long; Bear badge to Allan Ulfers, Gary Gar man, Bruce Kent; and a sil ver arrow to Scott Dodds. Feb. 13 is designated as Boy Scout Sunday. Each Scout at tends his church of his choice in uniform. The Blue and Gold banquet is, the next pack meet ing Feb. 15 at 6:45 p.m. at the high school annex. Den 6 had the closing. Farm Auctions Jan. 26 — George Ennen farm auction, at : farm located tour miles west of Buffalo Center on blacktop, 4 north, 1 west and J /2 north. Sale includes 14 Holstein milk cows, 13 calves, Lots of farm machinery. Roy B. Johnson & Charlie Quinn, auctioneers; Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Lakota, clerk. Full sale details in today's Advance. Jan. 26 — W. L. Krier farm sale, at farm located two miles north of Estherville Mobil station on high" way 17, then 2>/4 miles east. Sale includes full line of machinery. Burns, Clark &. Clark, auctioneers; Iowa Trust and Savings Bank, Estherville, clerk. Full sale details in last Thursday's Advance. Jan. 31 — L. E. Kay estate sale, at Kay Implement at Liver more. Sale includes farm machinery of the firm. Clair Clark & Lloyd Clark, auctioneers. Complete sale details in Ad' 5 ' ' ' 1U4/> :1i Paul Anderson, psychiatric iocial worker and Lyle Kelly, :linical psychologist from the Mental Health Center of North owa were the speakers at the annual meeting of the Kossuth County mental health associa- ion Jan. 18 at the court house. Mr. Anderson told about the center which serves a -nine county area and about 180,000 people. Of the people they help 50 percent are adults and the rest childreii. It is known that about one out of four people liave problems they need help with and one- out of ten arc emotionally ill at some time in their lives. Some symptoms of emotional problems and disorders for adults are over-suspiciousness, se clusiveness, feelings of depression, marital strife, poor sexual adjustment, unreasonable fears •• SPECIAL OFFER - JAN. 24 Io FEB. 5 Men's or Ladies' PANTS SLACKS . price 75° 2 FOR vance this- Thursday': Feb. 3 — George J. Grein Estate sale on farm located seven miles east, three south and . % miles east of junction of 18 and 169 north of Algona. Sale includes John Deere machinery, 60 dairy cattle, Ayrshire and Solstein, hogs and dairy equipment. Leek & Quinn, auction eers; Iowa State Bank, Algona clerk. Full sale details Thurs day. Feb. 3 — Clifford Peterson farm sale, at farm located one mile south of Amboy, Minn, on highway 169, Sale includes four tractors, complete line of machinery. Herman Wedel & Wayne Wagner, auctioneers; Security National Bank, Amboy, clerk. Full sale details next Thursday. Feb. 16 — Ernest Rhoda and Ted Ziegler farm auction, at farm located 1 mile north, 3 miles east, 1 mile north of Elmore Nursery. Sale includes 170 head of livestock and machinery. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmore, clerk. Full sale details in Ad vance soon. and ideas, chronic anxiety and physical ailments without organic basis. For children, being overly ag gressive or very withdrawn; *re sistant in, going to school,.-.'sex ual problems, unconscious re petitive movements of the. body poor achievement in comparison to intellect, problems arising because they are the exception al child, being very bright or very dull intellectually. When someone calls for an appointment at the center, it may be made one month in advance, but each staff member ceeps some time open for emergency cases. An interview is fol- owed by testing and recommended treatment by Dr. Brind- ey and Dr. Powell. This is usually followed by one hour appointments each week for as ong as is necessary. The fam- ly only pays what it can afford. Mr. Kelley stated that their juide was a philosophy of well- jeing. He explained one case involving a 9 year old girl. The girl showed no cooperation at home nor, school. In school she cried or screamed. One day she stood up and shouted that she hated the teacher and all the children. In working problems, she would put down my answers she wished to. When Balked to, she would stamp her feet,., , and give no response. She wet'the: bed.'hijSS 1 fit<5 -nfl /•rvin'tf atffl''Klf !Y h«p 'nails. ook only five sessions to solve most of their problems. Mr. Keley also told how ;lie treated he child in play-theraphy. In the question ;knd answer period which followed these acts were brought ' out. The center can help people but can io more if they are motivated o want to change. « The center lelps to prevent broken mar riages. • ' , , The second Friday of each month at one o'clock, the cen- :er is open to all sfchool people to come and consult about tho children they have referred to the center. A lot of teenagers need help but don't go for help until they are twenty years Ol( and older. All visits are by (appointment Those wishing more informa tipn can write Box 585, Mason City ."The center is located jus west of Mason City on highwa; 18 on the North (Iowa Fair grounds. Nine counties are served. SERVICEMEN Corwith Mri. Harry L. fits of 3 crying She was an adopted child'and slept in a room with her teenage brother. When visitors came to her home she showered all kinds of attention on them and didn't want them to : ELMER J. ALT Fort Hood, Tex., (AHTNC) — Army Pvt. Elmer J. Alt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Alt, Route 2, Burt, fired expert with the M-14 rifle at the completion of his basic combat training at Fort Hood, Tex., Jan. 12. The expert rating is the highest mark a soldier can achieve in his rifle qualifica- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Zeigjef of tanawha visited Tuesday evening at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. John BabcoCk. Mary Will, who is employed Uy. ~~~ti at Mankato, Minn, spent the ford. weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of Industry visited Sunday afternoon at the Elmer Marrs, Warren Lenzes and Mrs. Viola Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott left for Los Angeles, Calif. Where they will visit relatives and friends. They expect to be gone for several weeks. Richard Sloan of Los Ange les, Calif, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Max Sloan. His wife and family who had been visiting here returned home with him. Linda Simpson of Wesley spent the weekend at the Harry Maw home with Jerry Maw.. Steve Oxley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Oxley, Jr., left on Monday for the service. Carvel Risvold visited his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Risvold in Phoenix, Ariz. A group of relatives and friends had a shower on Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran church, for Carol Heise who will become the bride of Don Meyers of LuVerne on Saturday, Jan. 22. A son was born Monday, Jan. 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tebben of Osage, at the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. He weighed 6 Ibs. and 11 ozs. and named Daniel Richard. The following couples enjoy- i cd a card party Saturday evening at the Kenneth Wagner lome: Bob Skelleys, Paul-Vail Heltons, Elwood Geatys, Ben Krebs, Don Poages, diafpel •lauswirths, and Val Moores of lufnboldt. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, Sr. returned home from Caf^ rollton, Texas, where they had visited their daughter and f«ny ily, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gif< Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eden and girls of Titonka were Sunday guests at the L. J. Hash hortie. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss took Evelyn back to resume her studies at Waldorf colle^ ^at Forest dty. They alsxJ Visited at the Oral McCulloUgh-home, Salufaajr evening p<* ; , Wck siippef guests at the JoM.Qx- ley honie Were Mr. and Mrs. George GlaWe, Mr. and, Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family, Mr. and Mr*. Matvin Sloan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sloan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause and daughter and Mary Bjornson. The following ladies helped Mrs. Addie Hamtn celebrate her birthday: Mrs. Frank Meyer, Mrs. John Camelin, Mrs. Donald Dean, Mrs. Dora Dean, Mrs. Chris Schttlz, Mrs. Rsta Schulz and Mrs. Dee WUhlte. tion test. He entered the Army in November 1965, and is a 1964 graduate of Algona high school. He was employed by American Airlines, Chicago, before entering the army. 4-H News LOTTS CREEK LASSIES Lotts Creek Lassies met at St. Michael's Hall in Whittemore, Jan. 17. Nancy Eischen presided with 22 members and nine guests present. Pledges were led by Janet Origer and Susan Walker. . lone Metzger t was >chqsen candidate for Rally Niglit.. Talks were o gjven by Ka,thy Besch, Maureen McDonald, lone Metzger and Sharon Elbert. Demonstrations were given by Barbara Kollasch and Loraine Arend and Jean Walker. Hostesses were Kathy Besch, inem ana man i_ wain, uiem i* M Anliker, and .Colette Ca- leave. She was destructive, of i-- ... , ,, , „,, .pesius and their things around the home. The J t . B b a K6llasch mother was a disciplinarian and v spanked the child with a yard stick. When the father talked to the child she would stand and tremble. She was close to a severe disturbance. Re- The parents and child were each seen by a different phy- chologist. The child was taken out of her brother's room. The parents used too many "rion'ts" and were taught to guide and say "yes" instead of "no". The, child was anxious and felt insecure. She felt rejected by the mother-figure. The father was treating the child as an adult. He never used any praise. The mother was working outside the home and didn't give enough attention to the child. She quit her job. Both parents and child were motivated enough to want to change. When worked with, it WHITTEMORE BOYS A pancake supper was served Dads by the Whittemore Boys 4-H club at St. Michael's school hall Jan. 11. Basketball teams will be both junior and senior teams coached by Dave Kol lasoh. King candidates for Fun Night are Dave Besch, Tom Kollasch, Mark Besch, and Dale De'trick. Tom Kollasch was elected. The supper was served by the S. J. Besches, Lester Walkers, Duane Arends, Vern Walk ers, Dennis Webers and Vern Bormanns. Reporter is Becky Bormann. 60TH — Mr. and Mrs. Homeir Flake, Lone Tree, were honorec on their 60th wedding anniver sary there on Jan. 10th at a dinner at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Edgar Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Goranson of Clear Lake visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel, 'Sr. A son was born Saturday, Jan. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Arndorfer at St. Ann's hospital, Algona. He weighed 9 Ibs. and named James Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgle visited on Sunday with Mrs. Tina Riggle in Crystal Lake. Rev. and Mrs. Walter Disch and family took Nancy Perkins to Omaha, Neb. Monday, where she will enter a semester study at the Baptist Bible Institute there. Nancy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perkins. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Elwood Geary home were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard^Oakland of Badger, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Momsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hill of Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Phil Puffer entered the Hercy hospital at Mason City n Friday. Bill Shipman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the John Mullin home. In the afternoon, Bill Shipman, John Mulin and Russell Shipman visited Mrs. Bill Shipman at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mrs. Albert Fish attended ;he wedding Monday of Betty Gatton at St. Benedict. Albert Fish entered the Hancock County Memorial hospital at Britt for treatment. Sunday dinner guests at the Bernard Spangler home were 1st Lt. Eugene Tveit, who has just returned from Viet Nam and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tveit of Eagle Grove. SEE US FOR YOUR Unit Heaters for Hog Houses * : " We'll be glad to come to your farm or you are invited to stop in and visit us. 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