Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1966 · Page 2
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t 1-ALOONA (low*) ADVANCI MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1*66 ; «aeeaaaeaeaeaoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*eeeeeeeaeeeeeae* "INK in my VEINS" §Y MARIAN INMAN «rt ••••••••••••«*•••••••••« Irvington 6y Mat a •t ,MMooee«*iaeeeee*eeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeaeaeeeeee«e St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, has been honored from early times. Himself the patron saint of Ireland, for- ever associated with the shamrock and the wearin' of the green, •" it's a typical Irish twist that St. Patrick, was no son of Erin. He was born in Scotland. Nevertheless St. Patrick's day is the day Ho mbwfthe jftlh horn and the Irish themselves are the first to ' be tHanlmirtfdr the^aint who was not an Irishman and yet was the best Irishman of them all. I H*fe U a bit of verse from Samuel Lover's, The Birth | of St. Patrick. •-• » - - : i "On the Ith day of Marth it was, some people say I That St. Patrick at midnight ho first saw the day. f While other declare 'twas the 9th he was born ... f Till Pather Mulcahy, who showed them their sins, j Said, 'No one could have two birthdays but a twins/ > Says he, 'leys, don't be fightln' for 8 or for 9, | Don't bo always dividin', but sometimes combine; * Combine I and 9 and 17 is the mark,. ; So let that bo his birthday.' 'Amen/ says the clerk." ' i. .' 1 - • .! V .."«'' ''.._-• ' | Despite the verse printed just above, the date we celei- jbrate marks not the birth but the death of St. Patrick, in 493. ' . Man who want to live long: should go to Ireland, for | thjlt Is.tha only country in the world where men live longer V than wonion. In evary other country females have a longer ! expectancy of life than mal^s. j V i Havenjt y^u; 1 often wondered how countries received ; their names? Behind most names there is a romantic and in- Herestin'g story. .Sometimes these stories have been lost and 1 forgotten,-while in other cases students have been able to trace , the origin of the name back to its very beginning. For instance, KtaKe the niiinTe of Ireland. This name properly should be Erin- land, derived from the Phoenician word hibernia, which means ^farthest habitation. Several .centuries before the Christian era ^thePhoeriiciiBnfWfBre great seamen. They voyaged as far as Ireland,.and believing this to be the most western land they ; gave it its name, meaning farthest land, or, as it is today, Ire- j,land. :,' .;''';?;.;:•:•_;• :" ' 1 Many traditions have grown up about the life of St. ;• Patrick. Or* relates to the expulsion of the snakes from Ire- v? land., Now this story is widely debated for its veracity but : be that as it may, there are no snakes in Ireland. ', ; •' .'•>". .• n '. . V-,.-' • .,'. • "*," • ; ^ .My good 'friend Ella Bernhard gave me a green clover ^.pin several years ago. I wear it proudly as the daughter of my Irish, father;,Michael Sheridan, who always wore a green necktie on St. Patrick's d|y, £. Everyone, as ho journeys through life, gets grains of "' sand in his shoes. To a mother, these grains of sand may Well be the •mall things which she is forced to do by others of the housohld who leave their clothes hying about for her to pick up, or they may be unexpected company at mealtime. If one is a father, his irritations may be caused by Jun: ipr, who wants'the: : car for a pleasure trip when father needs "the'car for''business.; It may be that he becomes annoyed when his wife asks him to help with some house cleaning just when he is busily planning a fishing trip Dentists and doctors got sand in their shoes when some Himpojrtanf'fooling patients rush into the office expecting to .Jreceiva attention without waiting their turn. Many and ...varied are the grains of sand encountered by "*'irtl.\ Some of-these irritations we cannot change, but there is something each individual can do to make the grains of sand in his shoes'more bearable. '- ; •_ Consideration and understanding stand high on the list of equalities which can make the irritations more bear•able. Consideration on the part of the traveler and his fellow ./•./man. •:'-.;.''•'•'•,"-.''' " ; ; " : . : ; ... .Persons making the journey without faith, courage, understanding and consideration are like persons walking upon a sandy beach ( with,, open-toed shoes or merely sandals. They invite sand in their shoes. It is true that the longer one travels, the better/one understands where one is most likely to find grains of sand, and the more effective he becomes in soothing down the grains of sand which he cannot completely avoid. Stop and think. Instead of deliberately casting grains of sand in anyone else's path, try harder to smooth down the ; grains he is bound to encounter. 0e considerate. Be understanding. '':..' ; v ••".-. As a tribute to our youth read Mary Hannah Krout's poem, "Little Brown Hands." Here are the last two verses. "Those who toil bravely are strongest; ? This humble and poor become great; And so from these brown-handed children Shall grow mighty rulers qf state, .; The pen of the author and statesman I ' The noble and wise of the land ' , the sword, and the chisel, and pallette r Shall be held in the little brown hand." The Leo Coulters,',Davenport, recently wrote the latter's aunt, Mrs. Hazel Sabin, that their home was threatened during the recent-,.flood. Although the waters dra hot ' actually reach them the threat Was so great that the Coulters moved the equipment atid appliances from the basement to the first floor. Sometime ago when the Davenport area was ravaged by floods the Coulters had to move out, and at that time stayed for a time with Mends at Bettendorf. Mrs. Coulter is the former Zelba Winkie of Algona. The Kenneth ftoneys and Mrs. Hazel Sabin went to Swea City Sunday, where they visited the August Robisons August is a brother of Mrs. Sabin. ' The Herman Beckers ' were callers Sunday at the Edw. Bormann's, St. Joe. Mrs. Bormann is Herman's sister. Mrs. Milford Plathe had a morning coffee last week Wednesday for Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Mrs. ferry Johnson, Mrs. Gerald Frankl, Mrs. . .Mike Frank!, * Mrs, Herman Becker, Mrs. Ray Kohlhaas, Mrs. Alvin Klein and Mrs. Ernest Bormann. The Milford Plathes; recently exchanged houses with Herman Plathe, the family moving into the larger dwelling and Herman moving into the smaller house. :"•'•••• ' Steve, 17, son, of the Robert Eischens, left Friday for Cedar Falls, where he attended a two day science symposium with Sister Marjr Imeld P.B.V.M. and seven other Garrigan seniors. Chairman Mrs. Marie Sjemer reports the Iowa Heart " Fund collected $113 for Irvington Township. The Dick St. Johns took their daughter Michelle to Park hospital, Mason City, Tuesday for x-rays and tests. Mrs, Harold Sabin had a Subscription Blank If you are net already an Advance subscriber, you can ba< come one by filling out this for* and «n<lo«lnir *jhf«(t |f cash for $5, You will receive the KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE each Monday and Thursday for a full year. Join the vast Advance family of readers today! 1 NAME ADDRESS — Mail to KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Algona, Iowa — USE ADVANCE WANT ADS HOW TO TAMI 1 - - t THE NEW INCOME TAX TAKI If 19 IUKW Tkfy'r* IOTN expert! «t wfciwinf MP « FfDIIAl fes*« ewvclt *M r*iwm ^Q H«t mm »«# »"•« *•"* ITATI ^ — J _!A _„__.. »__| ™ *" * * kt y»yr nwrwt HOCK LIFE ; OUAIAHTIf: , . t __„ pyfifnlff cffv/flf p/»por»li»n *f tVf'y >** ft'M'n. Ir Mst My 9'i9n 'hoi «9»i y9w fx p* n *'*y *' inifiti', wil^Mytb^MMllv •».. Amtriff'f Largest Tax Service with Over 1000 Offices 101 North Moore ALGONA, IOWA WfffJk P*y« ~ 9:99 t,m. tf 4:M p.m, - PHONE $9*7031 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY, the hostess another group joined the supper guests and 500, was played at five tables. Those coming in the evening were the Verl Pattersons, the Darlow !U* gerts, the Lawrence Millers, the Harold Sabins, the Durwood Walkers, the Tom Altmans, and the John Jenningses. Guests at Lawrence Miller's Sunday were Mrs. Margaret Kent, Clarence Canaday and the John Jennings for birthdays of Mr. Canaday and Gary, youngest son of the Millers. Callers in the afternoon were the WML Beckers, St. Benedict, and Mrs. Charles Kubicek and her sister? in-law. Charles Kubicek is a major surgical patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. 3edar Rapids. Craig Dawsort of Iowa City was a Sunday guest. Ed Nail was released Friday from the Mercy hospital in Ma* Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Mawc. birthday party for Mrs. John Jennings and Mrs: Don Larson, Friday afternoon.. Others attending were Mrs". 'Verl 'Patterson, Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mrs. Margaret Kent, "Mrs. Hazel Sabin, Mrs. Ronald Waldera, and Gloria Canaday. Donald, son'of the Verl Pattersons, entered St. Ann hospital Thursday with back pains. His left leg was put in traction and . he was scheduled for x- rays. Donald r 'is "a'^reshman.; A year ago last December he was hospitalized with a neck injury. Mrs. .Blanche Lage- recently visited the Otis Opsals at Esthr erville. Mrs. Opsal is a niece. The James Lages, Fort Dodge, were recent "visitors with his mother, Mrs. Blanche Lage. Guests Sunday at Mrs. Mar garet Kent's, Algona, were Cla rence Canaday, Donald and Gloria, the Russell Canadays, and the Stephen Canadays, for Clar ence's birthday.-,; He was also given a surprise party during the evening when'as planned b; Bill Robinson of Scojttsdale, Ariz, arrived for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs,;*C. : B.- Meyers. Several friends attended the funeral of Alvin Risvold at the Lutheran church in Clear Lake on Friday afternoon. Julie Youngwirth spent .a couple days at the Belmond lospital. She returned home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stroup are isiting Corwith friends and his parents in Hampton and her pa- •ehts in Wesley. He will leavp March 13 for Viet Nam. He is helicopter pilot. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daniel and are visiting at the home of their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Gill in Iowa City. Mrs. Addle Hamm spent Wednesday and Thursday with her daughter and family, Mrs. Art Kraft in Reriwick. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fleming and family have moved to Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sheriff and Mrs. Myrna Hamm of Ea gle Grove were Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Addie Hamm. Mr: and Mrs. John Hobscheidt left for a trip to Call fornia to visit their daughter, Jady. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted visited Sunday afternoon with his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gjers^ed r :at Dakota City. * A groupi of friends had a surprise ^birthday party for Mrs. R. C; vWelter at her home on Friday 'morning. , Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen visited her 1 mother, Mrs. Clara Wolfe at* LuVerne s on Wednesday. Mrs»; Harry Fleming accompanied her and visited her sister, Mrs. Edward Lenz. , Jeffrey' Allen Kromer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kromer, was baptized Sunday at St. John Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Uhl of Roland were the sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Minnick of Spencer visited Wednesday at the Earl Wilhite home! i Mr. and Mrs; Albert Johnson, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson and Mr. and.;Mrs. : Marvin Johnson of / Farnhamyille, held: avfare*v<Jll .dinner .Sunday at the Albert Johnson -home for their son Raymond,"who.'^ will his parents, Mr. and Mrs. bhn Daniel Sr. Jim Widen spent the week- ind with Danny Brown -at the Harold Brown home in Indus- ry- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and Mr. and MTS.I WJ G!»Brdthan ivere Sunday night supper gue- son ___, 'Mrs. LkVofine fcosworth Marvin atid Phyliss Claude visited Sunday at the Kenneth Per* in home in Humboldt. Albert Johnson attended a Farm Bureau meeting at Spenr cer on Wednesday. Mr. and MM. Cecil Glawe visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Don Karlovec. Albert Johnson was a busi* ness caller in,Des Moines on Tuesday. ; A daughter was born on Mon day, March 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pierce at the Hancock County Memorial hospital at Britt. She weighed 8 Ibs. and 2 oz. Angelia Shipman, Julie Mitchell, Valerie Ashpole and Kara Sue VanHelton helped Pamela Geary celebrated her 5th birthday Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Oral MeCul- lough of Forest City and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary visited Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams. Rev. Walter Disch, Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel, Mrs. Albert Fish, Mrs. Earl Wilhite, and Jim, Cecil Wilhite and Mark, Mrs. Viola Brown, Mrs. Elmer Marr and Mrs. Harold Brown of Industry attended the dedication of the Faith Baptist church at Woden Sunday. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Love and family of Britt were Sunday dinner : guests at the Eugene Corlew home in honor of the anniversary of the Corlews. Leonard Tebben was a Sunday dinner guest at the Leon ard Mullin' home. SO YiARS ish sisterhood pin was presented last'week to Mrs. Cafri* Pei : tersen in Ririgsted. Htif £eitf t> sen has been a member of the Ringsted Danish Sisterhood for a half century and was pfesent- ed the pin by her daughter.- - ..111 amily of Algona visited 'Friday Cleave on March 21 for the service. Thosfe present were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson and Ernest Johnson of Rockwell City, Mr. ah'd Mrs. Carl Johnson of Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd {Johnson of Somers, Mr. and ^Mrs. Keith Johnson of Garner 'and J3n Watson of ffiftclVftis. 1 The H.O.M.E. club met on Burt Mrs. George Haweott sts of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd.Plet- Wednesday evening with Mrs. Larry Fjetland. Coffee cans de- cher near Kanawha. Mr. .and Mrs. John Babcock attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Clark Kiley at the Methodist church in Renwick\ on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunfee and Lloyd Babcock of Waterloo accompanied them. Mrs. Harry Maw and - Mrs. Earl Gjersted were Friday ever ning guests at the home of Mrs. John Daniel in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Maw's. Mr, and Mrs. William Wood Guests Sunday at Lawrence Doege's were John Uken of Titonka and the F. L. Pratts. The Lawrence Doeges were guests March 6' at Walter Ada iris', Algona. Mrs. Adams is Mr. Doege's daughter. . ,,Mrs.- E. E. Bauer returned to her honie in" Tacoma, Wash Thursday /after several weeks with her mother, Helen Weiske who had been-ill. She is much better but will go to Iowa City soon for a checkup. John and Helen Schwietert, Jane Barslou, Lorena Roark Dillman Schwjetert, the Melvin ifjunt^. Dolliver, Leon Meyers teyldrt, Bill Hunts, 1 " 'Mankato were guests March 6 at Marlin Wosloski's, East 'Chain. Four birthdays were observed. Guests Thursday of Etta Holdren were Mrs. Frances Elkin and Mrs. Jessie Rash. This is Girl Scout week and the Junior Girl Scouts will have a display in the window at Bernie's market. 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