Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1971 · Page 2
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Woman Of The Week FOR MORE than 25 years, Fern Young has I been an avid wrestling fan, and not many "meets" go by but what she is a spectator. Fern not only has an immediate family of wrestlers, but a brother, Howard Andrews, who now lives at Titonka, was an armed forces wrestling champion in France during World War I. Mrs. Young is the mother of Keith Young, a well-known wrestling coach at Cedar Falls High School. Keith graduated from the Algona High School in 1947 and it wasn't until his senior year that he "went out" for wrestling. This was also the first year that "Champ" Martin came to Algona, and he came close to discouraging Keith from wrestling so late in high school. Mr. and Mrs. Young followed their son's wrestling career through the four .years he attended the then Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls where he had three collegiate championships and three national AAU championships. They traveled to Pennsylvania, New York, Colorado, Cedar Rapids and two times to Cedar'Falls for national events, and Keith has never been beaten in a dual meet. Following his graduation from college, Keith went to Blue Earth as "their wrestling coach for three years, then on to Osage for one year before going to Cedar Falls High School. The Youngs watched their son's coaching career closely and attended many of his team duals^ as well as tournaments. The proudest moment for Mrs. Young was when Keith was nominated to the Wrestling Hall of Fame in 1961 and received his certificate at Ithica, N.Y. for his "Noteworthy Achievement In Amateur Wrestling." He is the only Algonan, to date, to enter the Wrestling Hall of Fame. Another son of the Youngs, Dixon, did some high school wrestling, but did not pursue the career. However, the Dixon Young's son, Clinton, wrestles for the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, where he is now a senior. He was a 145 lb. state champion for Algona High Schqpl. Two nephews also wrestled for, Algona High and she now waits for: three smaller grandsons to grow and "make the team." In the meantime, weather permitting, she planned to look for someone to drive her car to Ames Saturday for the finals in the State Wrestling Tournament. Fern works at the BerthaGod- frey elementary school a few hours each day as a teachers' aide and enjoys crocheting as ~ VirtV»Vnr So when you go to the next wrestling meet, look around - F f™ wil] te ther e - watching with the quiet look of a professional critique. To Conduct Rehab Nursing Classes Here i V-:.' A two-day workshop on rehabilitative nursing will be held March 10 and 11 at St. Ann Hospital with Mary McGuire, R.N., B.S., conducting the classes for the nursing personnel of St. Ann Hospital, all R.N.'s, L.P.N.'s or aides who may be interested. She will describe and demonstrate the philosophy of preventive nursing, moving and lifting patients, communications with the brain damaged person, plus many other aspects in the care of the long term patient. Judie Frideres, Director of Nursing Service at St. Ann Hos- WALNUT CLUSTERS 1/2 cup sifted flour 1/4 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt 1/4 cup soft butter 1/2 cup sugar 1 egg 1 1/2 tsp. vanilla 2 cups nutmeats 1 1/2 sqs. sweet chocolate Sift flour, baking powder and salt. Mix butter and sugar until creamy. Add egg and vanilla. Mix well. Melt chocolate and stir into mixture. Add flour mixture, fold in nuts. Drop onto greased sheet by teaspoon and bake 10 minutes. Cool and frost with melted chocolate. SUGAR COOKIES 2 cups sugar 1 cup Oleo 1 cup sour cream 2 eggs 1 tsp. vanilla Sift and add to the above mixture: 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. soda 2 rounded tsps. baking powder. 6 cups flour Roll out, cut and bake at 3 50 degrees. MONDAY, MARCH 1 1:30 p.m. - KOSSUTH COUNTY Farm Bureau Women meet at the Farm Bureau building. Ledyard has the Inspiration and; Roll Call is Present Day Song\ I Like. Mrs. Earl Loss has ' the lesson on Music and plans will be completed for the F. B. Women's Day. 1:30 p.m. - ST. ANN AUXILIARY i Board meeting in the staff > room of the hospital. Mrs. Elgin Allen is president. 2 p.m. - SENIOR CITIZENS meet at the Home Federal Community room. TUESDAY, MARCH 2 ; 6:30 p.m. - CD of A meets at St. Cecelia's. Sister Janet and her Home EC class from Garrigan will prepare dinner. Business meeting at 7:45. 7:30 p.m. - BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL Womens Club will have a Board meeting at the home of Helen Klein. 8:00 p.m. - XI XI CHAPTER of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Lynn Dole. There will be election of officers. Marvel Sherman will give the lesson "Let's Think about Thinking" and Sherry Stougard on "Better Thinking". 8:00 p.m. -ORDER OF EASTERN Star, Algona Chapter No. 68, meets at the Masonic Temple. Lois Wickliff is Worthy Matron. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3 12 noon - SOROPTMISTS meet for lunch and business meeting in the Home Federal community room. 1:30 p.m. - PEG SISTERHOOD will meet with Violet Miller, Bernice Schoby assistant hostess. Officers will be elected and installed and Helen Keleher has the program . v 7:30 p.m. - ROYAL NEIGHBOR Lodge will meet with Recorder Be Lynk at 209 So. Williams. ' Hostess is Amy Geering. THURSDAY, MARCH 4 2 p.m. - W.S.C.S. of the Wesley United Methodist Church meets. Hostesses are Peggy Rasmussen, chairman; Dora Rasmussen and Marie Weiland. ,... Edna Flom has the lesson and ' Olive Er'dman the^.devotions. She gets no support from mom on bra issue By Abigail Van Buren I© !W1 by Chlcaio Trlbone-N. Y. Newi s»nd.. Inc.] ;•• DEAR ABBY: My daughter and I are in total disagreement over a matter I wish you would settle Becky [made-up name] is 19, wh jch makes her an authority on everything. She attends college away from home. Becky now goes braless and says most of her girlfriends do, too. When Becky was home for vacation she wore a bra only as a concession to me, but she wasn't happy about it. I should explain that Becky is full-bosomed. I told Becky that common sense should tell her that a full-bosomed girl needs to wear a bra for support, and if she goes without that support, in time all her muscles and tissues will be stretched and broken down and she will look like an old cow. Becky says I am all wrong and old-fashioned Abby, will you please tell her? She won't listen to me and I don't want to be in a position of telling her, "I told you so, if she winds up wearing a size 42 Quadruple F cup by the time she's 30. If I am wrong I will shut up. But if I'm right, I'd like her to find'out before it is too late. MIDWEST MOM DEAR MOM: If Becky's bra size is 34 E or larger, she needs a bra for support. [P. S. More women look like "old cows" because they wore ill-fitting bras rather than none at all.] DEAR ABBY: Please tell me who is right. I have a teen-age daughter who will soon be ready for dating. I have a sister in law who has a daughter the same age. We were talking, and I told my sister in law that if a boy ever tried to take my daughter's virtue against her will, I would rather have her submit and come out of it unharmed , than to put up a struggle and perhaps get killed. Even if my daughter were to become pregnant we could bear it together, but I would rather have my daughter alive in any shape. My sister in law thinks I am out of my mind. What's your opinion? A LOVING MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: I don't think you and your sister in law are communicating. I am sure your sister in law would rather have her daughter "alive in any shape," too. But if she actually would rather see her daughter dead than the living victim of a rapist, I think she cou'd be out of her mind. DEAR ABBY: I'd like to make a comment on the My Lai incident: I served in Viet Nam at the same time as Lt. Calley. [Same division, same brigade, but different battalion.] What that man and his men are being tried for was, and probably still is, an everyday occurrence over there. I have seen so many of those peaceful people murdered, raped and beaten I thought I'd go crazy before I got out of that country. No single similar occurrence in my unit was on so large a scale as My Lai, but if-I were to total all the men, women and children we shot because they looked like V. C. in the age group between 15 and 40 or were too scared to stand still . when we approached, you could double the number as were killed at My Lai. I am not defending Lt. Calley, I am only saying that if the Army and the people must judge that man and his men then they had better judge me and the three million other men that pulled time in that hell-hole. I learned one thing. Life over there is no more worth the time and effort it takes to pull the trigger. BEEN THERE DEAR BEEN: Thank you, soldier. And to the American people as a whole, I say, "Judge not lest ye be judged!" SHERRIGILMORE KRISTI ROCHLEAU ;To FHA-keaders Conference: 2 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, March 1, 1971 pital, has been in charge of making the arrangements for the classes which are provided by the American Rehabilitation Foundation, sponsor of Kenny Institute and the Institute for Interdisciplinary studies in Minneapolis, a member agency of the Algona United Fund. World Day Of Prayer March 5 World Day of Prayer, a day when women of all races and religions come together to pray, will be observed, Friday, March 5. The Algona community of churches will meet together on this day at 2 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Helen Scuffham of the First Presbyterian Church is chairman of the local service and others who will be participating are Mrs. R. M. Thoreson of the Congregational Church; Mrs. Nat Bangs, St. Thomas Episcopal; Mrs. Lewis Krull, First Lutheran; Mrs. James Dodds, Good Hope Methodist; Mrs. L. L. Riter, First United Methodist; and Mrs. Milo Kol- iasch of 'jst. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Tne Rev. Walter F. Morz of the Presbyterian Church will give the message and music will be in charge of Mrs. Dick Burt. We celebrate the World Day of Prayer on the first Friday of March with 25,000 communities in the USA and with women in 155 countries on six continents. 1971 will be the eighty- fourth year of the ever-widening celebration. As women all over the world gather in worship on this day that will be affirming that "New Life Awaits" and exploring what it means to be a "new person" in Christ. This years program is based on one prepared by a group of Caribbean women with some parts prepared by the President of the World Union of Catholic Women's Or- ganizations. r-^f Featured music in the service is "The Lord's Prayer" in the form of a West Indian Chant and "Lord of the Dance", a folk song expressing the indestructible freedom and joy of the new life. The offering received on this day will be committed to helping others through Intercontinental Mission on six continents. There will be a nursery provided for anyone wishing to bring their small children. •^ Sherri Gilmore &id ;>v Kristi .-.Rochleau of the Algona r Com-- ^inunity High School will represent ilthe Algona chapter of the Future (Homemakers of America at the 'association's leadership confer- -ence March 5 and 6. "Stable ,Home-stable Life" is the theme .of the conference to be held at 'the Hotel Fort Des Moines in ,Des Moines. Mrs. TjodeMickel- ,son, chapter advisor, will accompany the delegates. • Approximately 400 members representing 186 chapters of F.HA in Iowa, and their advisors, will participate in the conference, which will stress the importance of commulii'cailb'ns and stability in the home and family life to both the individual and to society. Mrs. Gladys Jenkins, lecturer, author and educator from the University of Iowa, will be the main speaker. Other conference highlights will be the election and installation of the 1971-72 state officers and a Friday evening banquet with entertainment by the Scarlet Singers of East High School, Des Moines. Future Homemakers of America is the national organi- ; zation of girls and boys studying home economics in junior and senior high schools of the United States and Puerto Rico and in American schools overseas. Memberships in the Iowa association, sponsored by the Career Education division of the Department of Public Instruction, total over 8,000 members for the 1970-71 school year. Iowa State Graduates Five Area Students AMES - Five students from this area were among the 625 graduates at commencement exercises at Iowa State Univer- sity last Saturday which marked the end of the winter quarter. W. Robert Parks, president of Iowa State, presided at the graduation ceremony in c. Y. Stephens Auditorium. Commencement speaker was Keith Huntress, professor of English and Distinguished Professor in Sciences and. Humanities. Classes for the spring quarter at Iowa State University will begin Monday, March 8. New students will also register on that day. Graduates from this area are: Algona - Dennis D. Georg, Mathematics, (Honors Program). Burt - Monte C. Hammond, Applied Art - Advertising Design; Duane C. Peter, Agricultural Engineering. Corwith - Deborah J. DeGroote, Food and Nutrition - Dietetics. •.Ledyard - Dwayne P. Klocke, Electrical Engineering. .•/.:...< Lone Rock - Rodney L» Jensen,' Agronomy. HOW? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOW! Sears NOW THRU SATURDAY » I PLAYTEX' CROSS YOUR HEART With soft tricot cups and smooth profile seams for a rounded natural look. SHOP YOUR CATALOG! FEB. EARLY BIRD BROADLOOM CARPET SALE NOW ON I ALGONA, IOWA I • Famous Cross Your Heart design for youthful separation, uplift and support. • Sheer elastic back and sides for around-the-body fit and comfort. You'll feel and look great in today's /ashions. SOFT CUP #85 $5.00 sizes 32-36A, 32-40B, 32-40C FIBERFILL LINING 186 $6.00 sizes 32-36A, 32-38B, 32-40C _ Every Kenmore WASHER, and DRYER in our store REDUCED! LV The CHRISCHILLES STORE SAVE '30 to '45 on Individual Models SAVE *40 to *75 If You Pick a Pair! HURRY! Sale ends Saturday, March 6 Use Sears Easy Payment Plan Sears I Catalog Sales Office SKAIIS. 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