Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 15
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••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••§•••••••••• "INK in my VEINS" in F ttN«rir d ?£ l * c « lebrate d annually on the third Sunday Bother's day/and Children's day, already on the there koHf e tw °V A ^ for *««* was inevitable. Ac?ua ly 'S !?Jl " y / col i ple of years be^een the original celebration ?5lO Credit a f y or ( \ 9 h° 8) "^ ^ J 1 " 1 , celebra «™ for Father iS fnhn nr^on ?I tf l e ° n g inal *» is generally given to Mrs. A -°J d ' 0 ' s P okane ' Washington. The Spokane Min- *u?To atl< i n obscr ved the first recognized Father's day h in June ' 191 °- The occaslon has ^en va- »^ v ? rious states in different ways, and on h A < t But there is now * eneral acceptance of the third Sunday in June. It hat bam Mid that a Fathar i* a thing that is foretd to endure childbirth without an anatthatic. That a Fathar it • thing that growls whan it faals good and laughs loud whan scared half to death. A father never faalt worthy of the worship in a child's ayas, Ha's navar quita the hero hi. daughter thinks, navar quita tha man his son baliavas him to ba, and this worrias him, somatimas. So ha works too hard to try and smooth tha rough placas in tha road for those of his own who will follow him. A father is a thing that gets very angry when the first school grades aren't as good as he thinks they should be. He scolds his son but secretly wonders if it isn't the teacher's fault. Even in heaven, after he has a good rest, I hava an idea that Dad won't just sit on a cloud and wait for tha girl ha loved and tha children she bore. He'll be busy there, too, repairing the stairs, oiling the gate, improving the streets, smoothing the way. Yes, fathers are pretty wonderful. If you are fortunate enough to have yours still with you do not forget to say thank you now, and do some nice little things for him. Flowers and bouquets now while he can enjoy them with you. I read not long ago that it is an error to think "Father's day" is a North American institution. It was initiated by the ancient Greeks and has long been observed in China. The early Greeks honored Zeus, father of gods and men. Worshippers bore gifts to his shrines and later set aside a day for gifts to all fathers. The Chinese have been celebrating "Father's day" twice a year, in spring and autumn. On these occasions, sons of the household first visit the tombs of their forefathers and then put on a celebration for their own fathers, including presentation of gifts. According to the customs of the Indians of Ecuador in South America, when a child is born the father goes to bed for six days where he receives visits from friends and congratulations. The mother must go out into the jungle to bring tasty foods for the father of her child. So those Indian fathers take more than one father's day. Well, anyway, this is what I read. A Midwestern father regretted that he couldn't give his home the fine gifts that many another parent was able to place before the glowing eyes of a wife and children. It became an obsession and he lived a dismal existence. That is, until his oldest son earned a high and responsible position. You see, this father spent his days in a wheelchair. His wife had to work. His children all had to earn what they could from small jobs. And he was miserable, longing to give his family what other families enjoyed. But when the fine job came to his son, the son told his father that tha greatest gift he had received was courage and this from his father. It had come to him when he saw his father rising from the pain of a factory accident to make a grand fight for life and existence. Said the son. "Where any father would have died, you refused to. And the doctor told us it was all because you had the greatest courage he had ever seen. And Dad, I'll make good because you some way passed that courage to me." I have been making jewel boxes from goose eggs. My friend Hertha Dau makes such beautiful ones and I never tried. Now I've started I am learning and enjoying making them. No « one is alike. I just get ideas as I go along. "Come up and see me sometime." We are all conscious of our daily tasks, and they usually are many and frequently quite annoying. Sometimes we are frightened by the immensity of the task we have undertaken for ourselves. However, that fear can be overcome by doing just as a woman motorist I know overcame her fear for driving her car on those narrow metal runways in service stations used to hoist the car for a grease job. She always had managed to get someone to do it for her. One day, however, she mustered up nerve, did it herself and was amazed to discover how simple it could be. Nothing to be frightened of at all. "Keep your fears to yourself, but share your courage with others." ARE YOU SURE YOU CAM STOP? Good brakes are our concern ^ yours, too! Better see us for a brake check now, Also, let us check and align your front wheels. You'll save on wear. See ug today, ^Sinclair, former Bode man is killed in accident — Donald Glenn Johnson, 19, son of the Everett Johnsons, Lanesboro, who was instantly killed Monday in a one- car accident north of Lanesboro was a former student in Twin Rivers high school. The Everett Johnsons lived in the Bode area several years ago. Funeral services were held Thursday at the Huffman-Kruthodd Memorial Chapel, Lake City, with the Rev. W. Watson, the Lanesboro Methodist church, officiating. Mr. Johnson was married to Wanda Jo Vigil, Feb. 6, 1966 in Loveland, Colo. Besides his wife, he is survived by his par cuts, the Everett Johnsons, Lanesboro, three brothers, Wilbur, Bode, Lee, Iowa City, and Larry, Loveland, Colo., four sisters, Donna, a twin sister of Donald, Norma and Nancy, Lanesboro, and Mrs. Linda. Suniga, Loveland. His grandmoth er, Mrs. Anna Purdy of Ottosen, also survives. SHOWER IS GIVEN A post-nuptial bridal shower was held recently at the Imperial Cafe in Bode for Mrs. Jack Conlon, the former Kay.Sorlien. Mrs. Harry Dasen had charge of the program. Becky Aure ga ye a reading and Cyndy Hankins played a clarinet solo. The bride was assisted in opening gifts by Mary Hawkins and Meg Holmes. Gary Holden has returned to Colorado Springs after a week visiting his parents, the Seval Holdens. He is employed by Interstate Gas Co. Eldred Holden, attending electronics school in Minneapolis, also spent several days with his parents. The Dr. P. W. Quallys spent the weekend recently at Arnie Sorlien's, Eau Claire, Wis. Saturday they were guests at the Bob Hansons. Mrs. Mollie Berge visited the Harold and Ernest Berges over the Memorial day weekend. The Harold Berges took her back to Garner Monday. Visitors recently at Harold Berge 's were the Harold Lees, Lincoln, Neb., and Dr. T. F. Gullixon and daughter, the Nolan Ellingtons a."d daughter, Des Moines. The Harold Berges, Cordelia and Marcella Halsrud of Bode and Mrs. Annie Halsrud, Algona, were in Windom, Minn. Sunday to visit an aunt, Mrs Maggie Halsrud, at the Windom hospital. They also were guests at Nemiah Norem's. The Nor- ems were former Bode resi dents. Futon yoilh goes into midlcal corps Fenton—Dennis Dahl, 18, son of the Chris Dahls, rural Fenton, is among 300 conscientious objectors gathered at Grand Ledge, Mich., for 10 days of intensified military training. Dahl and others at the camp are members of the Seventh Day Adventist church who, while asking not to bear arms, are being trained to serve in the medical corps. Dahl has just finished his freshman year at junior college. Fenton folks to appear on television shows Fenton — Several local and area residents will appear on television today (Thursday) and on June 23. The Rev. Walter C. Ostermeier, West Bend, will appear on the regional spotlight program with Chuck Pasek at 6:25 this evening on KEYC, Mankato. Appearing on, the Eve's Kitchen, Fort Dodge, at 4 this afternoon will be Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Burt, who will highlight the coming Mission Fair being sponsored by the Algona Zone of the Lutheran church, Missouri Synod. William Hantelman, Fenton, father of Susan Hantelman, missionary nurse in Nigeria, will show a replica of Eket hospital and an African village. Mrs. Duane Lieb, Lone Rock, Mrs. Emil Ollenberg, Ventura, and Mrs. Glen Shultz, Bode, will model costumes native to the countries they will represent at the Fair. This program can be seen on KQTV, Fort Dodge. On KGLO Channel 3, Mason City, June 23, at 3:30 p.m., Rev. L. G. Leonard, Garner, will appear. Mrs. Rueben Grell wUl show her doll collection and Mrs. James Meyer will tell of the work of her brother-in-law Rev. Meyer, missionary to the Philippines. The Mission Fair will take place June 18 and 19 at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore and at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Garner June 25 and 26. spent a week there. A special event for the visitors was the wedding of Margaret Schilte on May 28 to John Engstrom. The Norman Bellingers were guests of .the James Kressins, of Whittemore, last Tuesday evening. Tammy Waite, Cindy Dreyer, and Debra Bollinger were recent guests of Shelly Kramer for Shelly's sixth birthday. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw »»*»»»»»»«»«»»•»»»»»»»»+ ALGONA (Iowa) THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. George Guenther and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Guenther at Britt. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and family. Mr. Bell had just graduated from Drew University, Madison, N.J., and he will be ordained as a Methodist minister at the North Iowa conference. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Livingston and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston took their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston out to dinner Thursday evening at Wilkies in Clear Lake in honr or of their anniversary. William Moldenhauer is a patient at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines. Jerry Maw returned to her home after a week visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack in Des Moines. 4-H News PLUM CREEK ELITE The regular meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was held June 4 with Norma Bode hostess. The following dates were discussed: Achievement Day, August 1; County Demonstrations, August 2-4; and Work meetings every Monday afternoon. Talks were given by Patrice Bode and Lorelee Keith. Diane Bode gave demonstrations. The next meeting will be June 9 with Dixie Keith. DELEGATES NAMED Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville met Thursday with Rev. Bliss leading devotions and the topic discussion on Amos. Delegates were picked for the LWML convention in and Regina Kerber. They voted August. They are Lois Wegener $10 to Bethesda, and to inquire about sponsoring a patient there with cards and gifts. They also voted to take up a collection to help secure funds to bring the Ishmir family to America. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt. WILL BE MARRIED The Clarence L. Weavers, of Ocheyedan, announce the engagement and approaching marriage June 26 of their daughter, Judith Jean, and William Jentz, son of Mrs. William H. Jentz of Fenton, and the late Mr. Jentz. Both are graduates of the State College in Cedar Falls, and will resume teaching in the Cherokee school system this fall. Hilton Sinclair Service TIRI5 - SINCLAIR $•3654 ALGONA, IOWA U-GO-I-GO U-Go-I-Go 4-H club met with Debbie and Sherry Bultens. County demonstrations and summer camps were discussed. Committees were assigned for Achievement show July 25. Music was lead by Becky Tielebein and Debbie Missal. A demonstration was given by Linda Hauser. Mrs. George Allen talked on grooming. Guests were Mrs. Culbertson, Mrs. Diamond, Vlarlys Lupkes, and Sharon Winkel. Lunch was served. Reporter is Debra Bulten. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Gmbalmers and Funeral Directors _ A -- ™^"^ RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE rr _ ti A ^^^ Funerals May Be Heferred To Us With Confidence Phone 899-2796 — FENTON RINOSTED PHONES: 986.1006 — 996.1001 — 996-1970 1 Mrs. E. J. Frank and Mrs. Donald Shaw have returned from a two> week trip to the home of the Richard Schiltzes, Long Beach, Calif. They flew from Des Moines May 24 and returned last week. Mrs. Bob Johansen, Minneapolis, another daughter of Mrs. Frank, also Clarence Robinson is a patient at the Veterans hospital in Iowa Jity. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen and Jim were Sunday night supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Heil in Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fatka visited her brother, Clarence Bonker at the hospital in Rochester on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marr of Oskaloosa spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston and Lisa spent the weekend with her parents at Redding. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zeigler and family, Mrs. Ann Zeigler and Esther Kouba visited Alice Scott at Miller on Sunday. Paul Kirchgatter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cramer and Mrs. Marie Moldenhauer and Clint visited William Moldenhauer at the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines on Sunday. Mrs. Winnie mown and Edna Reece of Marshalltown returnee home after a visit with Mrs. Es ther Kouba here. John Daniel Sr. is a patient at the University hospital in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson and son of Algona visited Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock and Sandra spent the weekend in Waterloo at the Don Dunfee home and with Lloyd Babcock. Sandra who had been visiting here returned to Huntsville, Ala. Dale Fleming, Eric and Debbie of Des Moines spent overnight Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bailey at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe enroute home from the Williams-Oxley wedding visited Rev. and Mrs. Runion at Williams. Mrs. Olive Erdman, Diana and Jack Robinson of Wesley visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs. C. B. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Norm- ews, Graves Castle of Lake Charles, La. and Monte Alster of Ashmore, 111. visited her Wednesday. Visitors on Saturday were her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madgiziak and John of Norwalk, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted attended the Boone Valley Alumni Banquet at Renwick June 3. an Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sloan and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Glen. Sloan, Mrs. Ethel Beer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skelley and family, Mrs. Gail Skelley, and Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley were among those who attended the wedding of Vickie Williams and Gene Oxley at the Friends church in New Providence on Sunday afternoon. A daughter was born on Friday, June 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sloan at the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt. She weighed 7 Ibs. 15 oz. and was named Lisa Marie. Mr. and Mrs; Tom Welter and daughter attended a Leerar reunion at Lake Okoboji on Sunday. Mrs. R. C. Welter and Mrs. Robert DeGroote visited at the Robert Welter home in Mason Jity on Thursday. Mrs. Bertha Lee's two neph- larl's class celebrated the 25th anniversary of their graduation Tom. Vernon Consolidated school. BUILD NOW AND SAVE $410! !! Now is your chance to build that dream home on in ;; lot — and save yourself $400! , •* Robinson Construction 'will reduce the price of the) cntfct ; I! lots located in the beautiful acreage west of Algona, ftMf • ;; the Country Club, if you start construction before OetoMr ', • • 1 of this year. | i! The top lots are still available in this scenic area, The first < ;; three lots sold with this offer will be reduced $400 each. | • > There are no catches or gimmicks to this bargain, but MiiM* ; I! ing must start by October 1. ;; Act now and save. Remember, only the first three lots sold ; '•'. will be at this reduced price — so hurry! T CONTRACT EITHER: ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION Phone 295-3374 or HERBST REAL ESTATE Phone 295-3733 Ill I U I I I l"l Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray of Crown Point, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. John Heil and girls of Vlarshalltown were recant guests at the Clarence Jurgensen lome. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riggle and his sister, Mary Dunlap of Denver, were overnight guests Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Niernan. in Cedar Falls. They visited on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. George Riggle at Shellsburg Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabb visited Sunday with Mrs. Lois Chambers in Klemme. Decorated Cakes Pies Cookies Rolls Homemade Bread » Potato Salad I Baked Beans Finn's 295-5213 Algona, Iowa Wheredoyawannago? Downtown to shop STORMOR DOES MORE down the street to the drive-in or Take off and travel in a new Chevrolet! "NO HARVEST SLOWDOWN WITH DHV-0- NATION" Even the fastest picker-sheller or combine can't match the appetite of a STORMOR Dry-0-Mation Bin! When used as a batch Dryer a single 36-foot STORMOR Dry-0-Mation Bin can handle up to 5,000 bushels per day. Dry-0-Mation combines highest quality steel bins with perforated steel drying floors, powerful fans and automatically controlled heat units. Don't put up with harvest slowdowns, Today, let us show you how easy it is to upgrade your grain drying, storage and handling operation with efficient STORMOR equipment. KYLE KEITH "REPRESENTING STOCKDALE'S OF IOWA FALLS" Phone 295-3801 Algona, Iowa • Dry-0-Mation • Batch Dryeri • New Speed Tanks • Cnt>> • Oxygen-Free Storaj» • Bulk I ecu Bin* '1966 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan with eight features now standard for your added safety—including bacK-U£ lights and .seat belts front and rear (always buckle up!). What you get is • The meticulou* coachwork of Body by Fisher that surrounds you with rich appointments, deep- twist carpeting • Full Coil suspension that xmcrinkles roads • Magic-Mirror finish • Gobs of room for hips, legs and feet. What you can add includes • Com- ifortron automatic heating and air conditioning—spring weather the year round • AM-FM multiplex stereo radio • Tilt» telescopic steering • Power everything—* 'brakes, windows, seats, steering. See your Chevrolet dealer now. You'll never find a better time to buy, so Whatayawaitinfor? Big-saving summer buys on, Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy EL and Corvair. See your Chevrolet dealer for fast, fast delivery on all kinds of Chevrolets ,,,V8'sand6's! GM KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. COkNER OF COURTHOUSE ALGONA, IOWA PHQHi

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