Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1966 · Page 3
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>v/$ AtGONA MONDAY, MAY 14, . . , This daylight time reminds lowans of the Indian who cut off one end of his blanket & sewed it onto the other end to make it longer. . . . The {population ekplo- sion might breed a race of one- legged people; With only one square foot for each person by 2066 or sooner: Only room for one foot to stand on. ... An Annapolis grad who married my Iowa niece promises me one of those Frisco sweat shirts embroidered: Love Humanity; it's only I. hate." "I A recent Hollander tourist'in China reports plenty 'of lovely, elegant Chinese gals in Peking with parasols & intricately coiffed hair who wear "the distant, slightly haughty disdainful look that beautiful women all over the world affect in public.!' (Your punishment for staring at 'em.) " *' * *' •', f And now Gov. Hughes promises a third foreign "trade mission". I'll believe these junkets have helped Iowa business when they begin to eat Iowa cornflakes for breakfast in Paris, New Delhi and Rio, or ham ft eggs. gen the students had a fetching tystem of rating the coeds ft town gals: (1) So lovely you've gotta keep looking. (2) Pretty enuf so It hurts to »top looking. (3) Jo-so; It do*sn't matter whether y<*u look or not. (4) So plain It hurts to took. (5) Sin homely you can't look II you try. FIRST PRIZE WINNER: * '0 happy 'day, tniitettititn, Whert v)e .can all relax •'.;.,. And just present our credit cards To pay "dttr incime tax. • y —MAY BRUNGBR '$>-.• <^',, : ; .>•• ,'. .;/•; Clear Lake *ln Iowa Light Vent Contest. . . They ought to give the ft Nobel Priie to Rachel Car son for her book dn harmful sprays, ft the 1W7 one to the man Who saves the One Family plans far t*»Pi>y ... decorating th€ poppy* , fttid ated platts Wiefe hiadet to 'M«k6>-\vt««lh«:ft»Meni6tttl15ay oh FtWay night, May. 2V. > Mafttyti 'Krlusa .'-(rf\ Webster City Spentv the weekeiid fifth ter MFehts; Mr.' and/ Mrt. Geo, .• •: , Mr, a^MrsiiJeo Prankl of AlgonaY Cindy Bilbfey and <Lon of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at ithe home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted. Sunday glints'; lit the fibhinstetter hoiftieiAVere ,, jlay children and i their :Mr. and , . t Mrs, Dan Craft { aid ;?family of Des Moirtes, :Mr. and Mrs, jRoy Tietz and family of Carles City, Mr. and rsimobett Calvert I sented yearly awards in as good a show as Hollywood builds with its Oscars. . . . An eminent SUI surgeon coffs at blaming auto tycoons or highway deaths. 'It's the drivers themse|vasl" he says. Memo to -Henry Ford: they're building a pro-fab house>a-day in South Africa, from 1700 parts pre-assembled in 6 or 8 sections. There's no solution, yet Vou can gallop after it lovingly like a go-getter. , Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Janisch, 4245 University Avenue North East, Columbia Heights, Minnesota, announce the engagement of their daughter, Di- aime Marie, to Richard M. Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. toy N. Be^r6832 Fifth Ave- iue South,' Richfield, Minneso- a, formerly of Algona. Miss anisch graduated from Columbia Heights high school and is Presently employed as •. a. secre- ary at Schilling Travel Service ii Minneapolis. Mr; Besch gra- hiated from Benilde high school and Dunwoody Institute. He is employed at Prudential Insurance Company. A July 16 wedding is planned. "—chores more fun in shorts" That typical lowan in our block argues that our spring yard chores are much more fun if everybody wears shorts. Especially if your pretty neighbors wear 'em. Even the men look more graceful. And they don't remind you so much of sulky members of a penal colony. '* * * > : ;• MASKED THINKER Have iiou ever wondered : What The Thinker thinks, about As he sits so silent, Stonelike, in a hunch? W v Does he contemplate the future O/ the World,.& jail, therein; Or''cides'HB^wpl^'totmdlef? ; '* "What's for lunch?" —JANET ZUBER Amaria * '!' * . • '',.., Hint to Iowa schools: Eight retired men (non-teachers) have been hired by public schools in the outskirts of Denver to teach part-time. A big bargain; for a pittance the schools drafted about $200,000 worth of experts. !' Or as Omar Khayyam used to say "Where can you hire men as good as those who retire?" When I learned to fly in an ancient biplane of wire & canvas the autumn before we were married, my future wife begged to, go up with me, on my first solo flight. (She wasn't half as seared as I was, & I shooed hei 1 away.) She hasn't often shown thai miich confidence in me since. i . * * * . . . Last summer there was such an oversupply of suburban tomatoes in Peking that they sold at 3 Ibs. for an American penny, ... In a way, children reach their prime when they call pot roast "roast pot" or "post rot". They may never be that witty again. ... I hope my son-in-law returns, my raccoon coat in time for next winter's first show ft sleigh-hay ride. (I feel chilly al; ready.) 4-H News ALGONA A 0 K A Food and Nutrition Project Workshot) 'was held at the home of .Leo Thomson, The following girls, Sharon Menrieke, Judy Berger, Terry Farrell, Mary Me Evoy, Debbie Studer, Suzanne Holizbauer, Mem Laing anc Judy Thpmsen and their 4-H leader, Mrs. Doris McEvoy met and made. ..plans for a family picnic to be held'at the Shelter House, Call Park ] at 'noon, Maj i^utrition leader expiained record books and what is ex pected of the girls this year. twolMektrs Fenloh — Two teachers have >eert hired to teach at Setitral or the next school year. They ife Mrs. Lyle Newel of Fenton vho will teach second grade, and firs. James Jackson will teach ligh school English. Mrs. Jack son had previously resigned jut Was rehired. Mrs. Harry L. Maw Mrs. George Krauss and Mar - lyh Krauss attended a shower on Friday evening at Woden for. Bonnie Streeter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming spent Sunday at the home of their daughter and family, Mrs. Tom Davis in Des Moines. Mrs. Ed^Lenz of LuVerne accompanied them and visited her daughter and family in Ankeny; American Legion Auxiliary met on Thursday evening ..at Jerry's Cafe with Mrs. Don May, Mrs. Harry Fleming and and family of WMeWt^o, Mr.^and Mrs. Gerald Eti6s6ii !iaJ|d family of Mason Cdty/ahyiiMr.: and Mrs Joe Bdnnstetter and soln" of Ram- rar. ; : ; ,' '•',' •"';' * Mrs. Art Kraft and Janice o Renwick and Jerilyn Kraft o Des Moines visited Suhday; af ternoon.at the home of Mrs. Ad die Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Living ston and family visited Sunday morning at the Arthur Livingston home and Mr. and Mrs; Elmer Livingston visited Sunday alternoon. ; Evelyn Krauss, who attends school'at Forest City, spent .the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Geary and Bob of Owatbnna, Minn, were weekend i guests at -the home of his brother;and family, Mr. and Mrs. ElVvood- Geary. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Barrack are celebrating tfieir 50th v/ed- dirig anniversary on Sunday, May 15; The reception will.be in the parlors of the Methodist church from 2 to 5. •• H.O.M.E club met on Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Elwood Geary. They also celebrated the birthday of Miss Helen Sloan, and guests were Mrs. Earl Gjersted, Mrs. John Babcock, Mrs. Leonard Mullin and Mrs. Harry Maw. bitfefrfs" Mf. afld Mrl jWft Sab" ttdek,'arid'Inert tfent to AlgohSi and speht the W&kend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Vermin, Lloyd weeks with her parents, Mr. ahc Mtrs. Ernest Bontistetter. Mrs Leo Gfegson of Grinnell spent a week. Mrs. Bernard Spangler spent Monday to Thursday at Fayette with her son and family, Dwigh Spangler. Mrs. Dwight Spang ler had surgery. Mrs. Jennie Mitchell returned to the home of her sort Robert Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell has been a patient at the Hancock Memorial hospital. Roberta Kelch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kelch, returned home Thursday from the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. Mrs. Roland Hankins and Mrs. Harvey Hankins had a birthday party on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Roland Hankins for the birthdays of Ann Meyers and Mrs. Emma Bogards. William Smith is now employed with Robinson Producs. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood returned to their home on Fri day after spending a week at Iowa City with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Gill, caring for their children while they attended the dental convention in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman were Wednesday dinner guests at the home of her sister anc husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. E Mason in Early and in the af ternoon they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Smith in Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunfee ant Terry of Waterloo were Satur day night supper guests of her patSect them" to Corwith aMd s^fent the time-With his par' etttl Mr. and Mrs. Clarehce Jurgensen and Jim were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pechmer of LuVerhe. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hain^e and daughter of towa City spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Don Hampe. Mrs. Esta. Schulz returned to her home after a visit with relatives in Houston and Dallas, Texas, and Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heise and family spent the weekend with their daughter and husband. Mr. and-Mrs. Don Meyers n Minneapolis, Minn. Kenny Robinson of Ackley pent the weekend with his grandnarents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Robinson. John Daniel Sr. returned to is home on Saturday from the Hancock Memorial hospital, in Britt. Mr, and Mrs John Daniel Jr., Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daniel and family of A.1?,oroa were Sunday guests at the John Daniel Sr. home. Mr: and Mrs. Harold Brown and Danny of Industry and.Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lenz and son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family in Mason City. Sunday evening sunper guests at the R. C. Welter home were Mr. and Mrs, William. Welter and family of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Welter and Cheryl and Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeGroo'te and family. Mrs. R. C. Welter visited her sister, Mrs. Lydia Huber at home in Buffalo Center Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean and her mother, Mrs. Addie Graham of Mason City, were Sunday guests at the Neil John son home in Des Moines. Pick a house..,any house... ' • << i ' •' { ' , ; _.. v is.a,good-tiinejto bliy a hdmelor ^ojir ,'* * ''family and to get a cpmfpmble home .loan to, • ^ '. 'fit your needs. Taik4 advaniage.of: this "Jbuyerls,^ -^ ", "market" by picking the home of yblir choice i now. Then see us for the best home ftnaridngl ', t \ < ' S ' '"^ •'. i.'t Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Savfe from the 15th—Earn* from the 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured.up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. lillllllllllllllilllllllU ! 9 ig \1 atffcfcoflteiMes. Mrs. Jack Shipman presided at the' meeting 1 : Our Poppy chairman, Mrs. Dallas Elwood, made Mrs. Emma Oxley spent Sun day with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. 'William Erdman. Miss Paulette Lutz of Decorah spent the weekend with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Lutz. Sunday evening supper guests were Eiiigene Lutz and friend of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers visited Sunday afternoon at the home of their daughter and; family, Mr: and Mrs.,Vance Hal- -^son^in^ThoifhWon^ 3 " if Mr. and Mrs. Janies Van Berger and daughter of East Lansing, Mich., are spending two •i. Take a tip from area businessmen: i' ( I^A-rfSf. J^j, 1 GERANIUMS 79c LIGHT BLUE — DARK BLUE — WHITE — PINK DELPHINIUMS 25c RED — WHITE — PURPLE CLEMATIS PEAT 51 50 1 'MM< " 0 t^!/ *' f " ff<»JtZEui3| **%»lx,^. JUNE BEARING STRAWBERRY PLANTS • Dmkf 0) OyeloM • Ogalalla Greenberg Auto Supply Algona, Iowa BEDBING PLANTS SPIKE "— her pets grow I'm sorry to report that our boy Ron Reagan, whom you used to see at the Drake Relay* in his graceful came!'* hair coat, if rated "no bet" by the California gamblers: Bookmik- •rs won't take bets en Gov. Pit Brown. I hope Ron will noxt rvi> for Congress, He'i if good | t«p- dancer is S«mtor Qtorff Mvr phy, ft the Senate can uft him, f * * * That Iowa farmwife wtm» le^ eps two pigs as pets repqrti they're getting fat 4 ctwwsy. She still 'thinks they're cute when they climb up on her d§V- enport for snadfe. Bmt her fife- urns no longer gurgle $ kjgg 'era. They wonder if they'd r^Ji- ly t«ste like Weslisii him. (Better, no CABBAGE & TOMATO PUNTS CHRYSANTHEMUMS 30ct., or 4 for $1 DWARF APPLE TREES > > > Now you oan give your whole house tho same dependable gas air conditioning that oools modern department stores, apartments, schools, hospitals, eto. OPEN EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 0:30 A.M. - 19:00 NOON 1:00 PM. — i:00 P.M. When I w«i Nit in DUNCAN'S GARDEN CINTIR NORTH Of ACRCA9I MtTit ALQONA, IOWA Gas air conditioning has an unmatched record of performance in business and industrial installation. And these the reasons. A gas cooling unit has no moving parts, which means it cools quietly and dependably, with no loss of efficiency over the years, with virtually no maintenance. And gas cools economically. Aren't these the same things you're looking for in a central air conditioning system for your home? Find out how simple it can be to cool your whole house with gas air conditioning. See your gas company for the names of dealers who sell gas air conditioning equip*- ment. Gas makes the big difference. (Costs less, too.) NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE

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