Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 23, 1966
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VHKE£ ALGONA women recently made a trip to Washington, D. C. as a part of a Sixth District of Iowa delegation. Pictured with Senator Miller is the Iowa group. At the far left, top row. is Mrs. J. C. Everds, second to the right of her is Mrs. L. L. Hiter, and in white at the top step third from the right is Mrs. John Schutter. SHOWERS ARE GIVEN . Dianne Kuhlmann whose marriage to Albert L. Fish Jr. took place Saturday evening, May 7 at 8 o'clock in the First Baptist Church in Algona, was given a miscellaneous shower April 15 at the Bill 'Fctt home of Lu Verne. Hostesses were Mrs. Bill Fett, Mrs. John Holleseth, Mrs. Richard Marks, and Mrs. Jack Shipman, The honoree was assisted with gifts, by Mrs. Clinton Godden and Mrs. Jack Niewald. Mrs. Jack Shipman was the master of ceremonies and games Were played; ,"'.'.' Another shower was given for Vfrin. Fish, nea Dianns Kuhlmann, at the Legion Hall April 27. Hostesses were Mrs. Clinton Godden, Mrs. Robert Kuhlmanm, Mrs. Jane Grisham, Mrs. Ardyth Thomason, Mrs. Casey Loss, and Mrs. James Wildin. Mrs. Dean Mittlieder had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Casey Loss announced the program which consisted of a style show performed by the hostesses and Jan Estberg. Prizes were won by Mrs. Albert. Fish and Theresa Thilges; Dianne was assisted by Mrs. Clinton. Godds'n and daughter Donna, Jan Estberg and Kathy Kuhlmann in the opening of the gifts. Mrs. Casey Loss poured. Another shower was held for Dianne by women of the First Baptist church April 29 at Wayne Keith's. Hostesses were Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mrs. Don Sparks, Mrs. Wm. Geering, Mrs. Cliff Riebhoff, Mrs. Paul Richardson, Mrs. Clarence Pr.iebe, Mrs. Ron Bite, and Mrs. Clyde Priebe. A reading was given by Mrs. Leonard Maasdam and devotions were lead by Mrs. Don Sparks. Assisting with gifts were Mrs. Clinton Godden and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann. NOTICE THE LUVERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK Regular banking hours MONDAY - THURSDAY 9 A.M. . 12 NOON 1 P.M. • 3 P.M. FRIDAY 9 A.M. - 12 NOON 1 P.M. - 5 P.M. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY Effective May 27 The reception for 350 guests was held in the Bancroft Ballroom from 2 to 4 p.m. The bride is a St. John's high school graduate and also attended Mankato Commercial college. The groom, also a St. John's graduate, served two years in the Navy and is currently engaged in farming. The couple will live in Lone Rock, after a wedding trip to the Black Hills. flag Ml nattoMl holidays, U rapidly becoming a thing that 'used to be done" In the United st*t*«. : ; ..Many of the people who do not display flags on our national holidays, unfortunately, ire veterans of World War II and of the Korean War. It's difficult to understand why these people, who were prepared to give their lives In defense of their country, haven't enough patriotism lett to put up a bit of bunting in commemoration of our great national holidays. Our children watch this apa thetic attitude with great interest, With the result that many of them regard patriotism as something only a "square", "jerk" or "detbert" (to put it into modern slang) would be interested in. They feel that if patriotism is such a big deal why aren't my folks interested enough to attend the patriotic programs and put up the ilag? Small wonder that young people today are burning draf cards, taking part in sit-ins am Uemoaitrauons to protest the draft and other essential programs. Looking at it objective ly, they were brought up thaf way Apathy is a corrosive force eating away at the freedom of the American way of lite. Freedom is not free. If we lose it, it will be because we do not care enough to notice as the precious Letters to the Editor .V.-.SW.VW.W.V.P.WUVW Dear Editor— The Business and Public Af Pairs committee of the Algona Kiwanis club would like to have the following appear as a contribution to a better feeling of patriotism: Pride in your country, enough pride to display the American New for Summer waters of freedom slip, drop by drop, down the drain. Certainly the history classes teach our children some of the great names and some of the great deeds in American history. It's up to us to let our youngsters know that we ARE prouu of our country. If it me* ans getting up at 8:00 a.m. on Memorial Day, and the Fourth of July, to put up the American flag to show our children that we are patriotic—that we do love our country—let's do it. Patriotism is a big deal. Big for our country, great for our children, inspiring for us. Let's start by displaying the "Old Glory" on Memorial Day and keep it up the rest of the year on our national holidays. Kiwanis James R. Peterson Dick Godfredson Roy Hutzell A. J. Huenhold Howard Miller * ';f \ i. \t( i i • » Prettier flowers won't grow in a garden that are seen in this gay, colorful combed cotton sateen shift. It features a back zipper closing and cord belt. ; ,i ; i "Algona's Fashion Center For Women and Girls" in 11 n 11111 tn 11 n 111 n n H 1111111 nmuiiinii Rolabar® Rake Gets Hay Other Rakes Leave Behind! Bancroft girl is bride Judy Ann Vaske, daughter of the Clarence Vaskes, Bancroft, and William Thomas O'Donnell, son of the W. R. O'Donnells, of Lone Rock, were married May 7, 10:00 a.m. in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Monsignor J. H. Sehultes performed the double ring ceremony. The bride's attendants were Diane Vaske, Mason City, Linda' O'Donnell, Lone Rock, and Darlene Vaske was junior bridesmaid. Attending the groom were Charles Doyle and Thomas Vaske, and David Vaske was junior groomsman. A dinner was served at noon in St. John's Hall for 100 guests. adequate house wiring will The offset wheels on New Holland's Rolabar® Rakes let the basket dip into low spots and ride over the high ones. You get more hay and less tooth breakage. The gentle roller-bar action saves valuable leaves. Three models to choose from! Rubber-mounted, long-life tines at small extra cost. We'll be glad to demonstrate all these and other features! Stop in or phone. GS New HOLLAND Algona Flour & Feed *T»ylor'* Prescription-Made Fertiliser" $ 9 yth Phillips Algoji* light your home.,. ARE THE DODGE BOYS REALLY WEARING WHITE COWBOY HATS ? YUP heatyourhome... EXE do your laundry.,. r •. was/i your dishes... P ^ ofo dozens of other chores Consult your electrical contractor to make sure your home is adequately wired so you can live better, electricallyl Algona Municipal Utilities I WMMVHV MrMB • •§•••• . WAY TO TELL AtOODOUf? No kidding! Your Dodge dealer is wear* ing a white cowboy hat. You see, The Dodge Boys know that they're good guys, and people who buy Dodges know they're good guys, but some folks haven't got the word yet—they still buy other makes. This year, though, there's no missing the point with The Dodge Boys wearing white hats. They're the "good guys" to do business with and the '66 Podges deserve attention. Join The Dodge Boys Rebellion—it's a break with old car-buying habits. MONACO Your year to move up to a true luxury car? The big Dodge Monaco if the way to do it without going overboard on your budget. Percival Motors, Inc 800 South Phillips Street ALGONA, IOWA Y'can teU they're good guy« They're wearin* whitebaits , it ..

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