Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1971 · Page 2
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woman If you should drive to Smith Lake most any evening or on the weekends, you would no doubt find Betty Peterson standing in the water someplace around the lake doing what she most enjoys, fly-fishing. To be able to cast that line out with the grace and ease that Betty does, is not something that one learns in one fishing trip. Her professional ability has been acquired through 15 years of constant practice. Prior to this, she used a rod and reel, like the majority of women. It is hard to believe that this gal had never done any fishing before she and her husband were married, almost 23 years ago. Like she said, fishing and hunting were very important things in his life, and she felt if she was going to have to share him with these, it was better to learn how to do both, so she did. Not only did she learn, but she learned well. Although they do a lot of fishing, it is mostly for the sport. When one uses a fly rod and dry bait, the fish are usually just hooked in the lip, so are easily released and thrown back without being hurt. This is how the Petersons enjoy the sport. Unless, however, someone is hungry for a fish sandwich, then they keep a few. An avid fly-fisherman is also one who is extremely fussy about the type of bait he uses, and many tie their own flies. To the layman, the bright pretty ones should do the best job of attracting the fish, but not so with the professional. You use the one that matches closely what the fish are feeding on at the time. If you go after the Rainbow and Brown Trout as the Petersons do in the streams on the south shore of Lake Superior, in Northern Wisconsin, you cut open the first fish caught to see what kind of insects are in its stomach, and then use bait similar in appearance. Fishing is enjoyed by the entire Peterson family, including Dawn, 16 and Allan, who is seven. Last winter Allan was learning to fly-fish in the basement with a kit scientifically built for this purpose and his mother said he is a good student, rapidly learning. Dawn, who is a sophomore at Algona High, enjoys going after the Bluegill with her flyrod. This family travels to Northern Minnesota to fish and also enjoys camping. They have a canoe and a "Jon" boat (one that is flat on both ends). Now, this woman has not stopped at just learning to fish, but is also a hunter, preferably for ducks. She has won two trophies for trap shooting and enjoys skeet, also. The family has had a membership in the Cedar Valley Archery club at Mason City where Dawn has excelled and has many trophies. Betty was born at LuVerneand moved to Algona with her parents when she was in the fifth grade. She graduated from Algona-High and her name was Betty Scribner before she and Bob were married. He is a native of Corwith. She has been employed with the Algona Bookkeeping and Tax Service and this week starts a new job as Office Manager at the new Brougham Industries. FRENCH DRESSING 3/4 c. sugar 1 can tomato soup 1/2 c. vinegar Small onion diced 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. Paprika 1/2 c. oil 1 small garlic diced Mix together and store in refrigerator. SWEDISH COOKIES 1 c. shortening 1 c. butter 2 c. sugar 3 c. flour 1 tsp. Soda 1 tsp. Baking Powder 1 cup coconut 1 tsp. vanilla Combine ingredients in order and drop on cookie sheet by the teaspoon. Bake at 375 degrees until a delicate brown. SAUCE FOR FISH 1 cup catsup 3 T. horseradish Mix together and serve with fish. Becky Brandow To Marry MR. AND MRS. Harvey Larson of Lone Rock announce the engagement of their niece, Becky Brandow, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandow, to Ronald Ricke, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke of Wesley. Miss Brandow is employed at Marion's Red Carpet Salon in Titonka and her fiance is employed at Hormels in Algona. An August 7th wedding is being planned. Training For Food Service School Employes ESTHERVILLE - Iowa Lakes Community College, in cooperation with Iowa State University and the Department of public Instruction, school lunch division, will again this summer offer short courses for school food service employees or per- 38 At Workshop On Nutrition, Food Programs Thirty-eight persons from Palo Alto and Kossuth counties participated in a two-county food and nutrition workshop in the Algona Extension building last Tuesday. The purpose of the workshop was to study and explain all public food programs. Swea city school superintendent, Arnold Groskrentz, outlined the U.S.D.A. hot lunch program for schools and answered questions. The Food Stamp program was explained by Mary Cogley, social service director of Kossuth, and Virginia Barringer. Palo Alto county social service director. Betty Hessinius, supplemental food coordinator for the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., told about the supplemental food program. Margaret Pratt, Extension home economist, gave a full report on the Extension nutrition food aide program. Mrs. Jean Sondergaard, Spencer, regional supervisory nurse, represented the Health Department. Agencies participating in this cooperative effort are Extension Service, Social Service, county health nurses, schools and the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. Tom Millea, assistant director of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., conducted the workshop. About half of those attending were participants in the various food programs. M. Peter Hart, executive director of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., opened the meeting with a brief explanation as to the purpose of the workshop. "The majority of the questions concerned guidelines that determine eligibility for these food programs." Head Start Mothers Plan Des Moines Trip SPENCER - The Head Start Policy Council for the Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc., met at the Clay County OEO office in Spencer, on May 6. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Maude Baker, Terril, council president. Dr. Ronald Friedman, psychologist from the University Hospital, Iowa city, explained his work with the Crippled Childrens Clinics. He is also an advisor to the Head Start programs in Iowa. The following mothers will attend, by invitation, the State wide Conference to be held in Des Moines, on May 21 and 22. This conference is sponsored by the Office of child Development of HEW and the state 4c Steering Committee and is concerned with the establishment of Community Child Care Councils: AlveraWhitcomb, Spencer, Maude Baker, Terril, Lola Dungan, Storm Lake, Ada Powers, Hartley, Marcia Seimers, Cylinder, Judy Klaassen, Sheldon. The next Policy Council meeting will be at Spencer OEO off ice on July 1 at 2 p.m. CENTENNIAL The St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Artesian marked its 100th anniversary on May 16. The church is considered "Mother Church" to St. John's Lutheran in Waverly and Trinity Lutheran in Bremer. Two of the oldest living members were honored. They are Mrs, Louie (Emma) Kueker, 90, oldest living baptized member and Mrs. Gottlieb (Sophie) Wolf, 96, oldest living confirmed member. %y:%:::::::fc::::^^ sons who desire employment in food service. Following is the schedule of classes: Basic School Food Service June 1-4 - Estherville Community School; June 8-11 - Algona Community School; August 16-19 - Spencer Community School. Advanced Food Preparation — August 16-20 - Algona Community School; August 23-27- Emmetsburg Community School. The courses will be taught by Mrs. lona Richardson, food service director, Swea City schools, Swea City; and Mrs. Diana Berkland, B.S. Dietetics, Iowa State University, Fenton. For more information or to pre-register, contact the Adult Education offices at Iowa Lakes Community College, Estherville, phone 712-362-5771 or 362-4645. School Food Service Officers , s i7.' ce Assoclallon mel *• Apru al " From left to right during the installation is Josie Kunkel, Algona, installing officer; Mildred Mescher Burt out-going president; Florence Petersen, Sentral of Fenton, president; Irene Peterson, Lakota, vice president; Margaret Vaudt, Whittemore, secretary; and Leona Johnson, Bancroft, Among the items of business discussed was the national convention which will be held in Minneapolis, Minn, in August. 2 — Kossuth County Advance 1ffimmm!*mmw'y*y'»wMto. Monday, May 17, 1971 ft v< I see by the Advance ..." — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — SCHOLARSHIP Joan Degen, LuVerne, will be the recipient of an $800 honor tuition scholarship at the College of--St. Mary in Omaha. Miss Degen, a senior at Gar rigan High School, plans to enroll at CSM in the fall. WINNERS AT the womens' luncheon and bridge at the Algona Country Club on Thursday were Joan Diamond, Kay Stock and Lucille Navoichick. Mrs. Kohlhaas is hostess for this week. THE V.F.W. POST No. 2541 of Algona and its Auxiliary, met May 12 at the Post home with 15 men and 22 ladies present. After roll call, general orders were read and discussion followed. The installation ceremony for the new officers was held with Mary L. Weber as installing officer for the ladies and Willard Zeigler installed the Post officers. Memorial services for 15 departed sisters was held. The "Avenue of Flags" program was awarded $50 for expense purposes and $5 was given the mens' 50th year program. Hostesses for the month are Luella Wolf, Rose Stebrigz, Emma Plumb and Emily Shackelford. The silver march netted $6.65 and the door prize was won by Mildred Zeigler. Next meeting will be June 9 with a pot-luck supper. NEWCOMERS WILL meet Wednesday, May 19, in the Home Federal Community room at 7:45 p.m. Hostesses are InaSchaffer, Phyllis Whitehead and Phyllis Bull. Jane Nettleton will speak on ecology. THE DELPHIAN Society will hold their final meeting of the season at the Johnson House Tuesday, May 18, with a brunch starting at 11 a.m. Mrs. Wade Sullivan has been in charge of arrangements. MR. AND MRS. Gerald Soderberg and Mr. and Mrs. Art Person are hosting an open house at the Cunningham Cafe dining room in Burt following baccalaureate services Sunday, May 16, honoring Lilia Munoze and Sue Cassanello who will graduate from the Burt High School May 17. All friends are invited to attend. MRS. DORA WILL and her sister, Clara Neuman, Omaha were Mother's Day weekend guests of Mrs. Will's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Milton Will, Council Bluffs. The group enjoyed the beautiful day with a family picnic. TO GRADUATE John C. Stork, son of Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank C. Stork, Bancroft, received a bachelor of science degree at the Loras commencement exercises Sunday. JAMES PETERSON of the Iowa Abstract and Title Co. will leave the first of June for Boone where he will be associated with the Boone County Abstract and Loan Co. His wife and children will follow at a later time. The Petersons have six children. Their oldest son is aboard a nuclear missile submarine based at Newport News, Va,; Mary Kristin Fleming lives at Bay City, Mich.; Carrie and her husband, Larry Vigdal and six weeks old daughter, Robin Renae, live at Des Plaines, ni.; Katherine will graduate this spring from Algona High School; Dennis, 15; and John, 14. Iowa Abstract was recently purchased by Al Buchanan. MR. AND MRS. John Golwitzer, and family of Algona attended the funeral services for John Golwitzer, Sr. at Lidderdale, la. Saturday, May 8, in Holy Family Church. To Girls State MARY ZEIMET, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Zeimet, Bode, will go to Girls' State June 7-12 at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. She will be sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 415 of Livermore. Mary is a junior student at the Gar rigan High School. !;•!•!•!•;'Wry&y!*!*!'!*^ CRAPPIE Bill Combs, of Rhodes, caught a 2 pound, 15 ounce crappie while fishing in Henderson Marsh, west of Rhodes late last month. It was 18 inches loj;». Edith Swanson Initiated Into Honor Sorority EDITH SWANSON,, Swea City, was intiated into the Delta Kappa Gamma Society, an honorary teachers' sorority, Saturday, May 8, at Des Moines in an impressive 11 a.m. initiation ceremony. Miss Swanson will be a state member of this organization. "A Challenge To Act" was •the theme of the International lUpsilon state convention ..which was held at Johnny and Kay's Hyatt House May 7 through 9 at Des Moines. "Alertness, Adaptability, Aspiration, Action!" was the theme which Dorothy Petrucci, elementary principal at the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School at Vinton, selected for the talk she gave at the convention luncheon, Saturday, May 8. Mrs. Swanson is a member of the Swea City faculty and teaches first grade. TUESDAY, MAY 18 8:30 a.m. - WESLEY TOWNSHIP Homemakers May breafast at the home of Grace DeWaard with Mary Ann Van Weelden and Gladys Seaberg assisting. Roll call is a common sense hint. Fern Paulson is the lesson leader and recreation is in charge of Marilyn Tjaden and Ella Blanchard. 11:00 a.m. - DELPHIAN SO- CITY Brunch at the Johnson House. EVENING - XI XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Ruth Jorgenson following the concert at the school, with Denise Cook as- isting. New officers will be installed and yardstick will be completed. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19 12 NOON - SOROPTIMIST CLUB meets at the Home Federal Community room. Vera Graham and Tillie Thompson have the program. 2:00 p.m. - IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP Homemakers meet with Gerry pederson and Marie Siemers. Roll call will be a Book Report. Dora Weber and Evelyn Ruhnke will have the surprise number. 6:30 p.m. - REBEKAH Birthday Club meets with Blanche Lage in Fort Dodge. We will leave Algona at 6:30 and members will be notified before hand who they are to ride with. 6:30 p.m. - T.O.P.S. picnic at Smith Lake, with the Weight- watchers as guests. Weigh-in will be first, starting at 5:45. 7:45 p.m. - NEWCOMERS meet She's bewildered' about her marriage By Abigail Van Buren f® WJ by chfeiM Trlbane-N. Y. News Syni., Inc.] DEAR ABBY: I am engaged to a veteran who may be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. I am in love with John [I think] but I have so many doubts. I have always dreamed of a lovely wedding, and I love children, and have always pictured family outings with my children romping about with their mother and father. I have always loved skiing, swimming, tennis. How does a wife enjoy these sports with a husband in a wheelchair? If I go thru with my plans to marry John, how does a bride walk down the aisle to be met by her groom who is seated in a wheelchair, waiting for her? Even the matter of wedding pictures will be a problem. I realize these sound like little things which should probably never bother me, but they do. Will my children feel cheated because their father won't be able to do things with them that their friends' fathers will Be doing? I am 20 years old, Abby, and should know my own mind, but I am frankly bewildered. Can you, or any of your experienced readers, help me? MISERABLE IN MAINE DEAR MISERABLE: You have too many doubts, my dear. If you really loved John, you wouldn't be asking for someone to "sell" you on marrying him. You would be determined to marry him—no matter what, and you'd be so sold that no one could talk you out of it. DEAR ABBY: I have a sticky problem. I share an apartment with a young man from a foreign country. He is here for graduate study. I told him I was going out of town for the weekend and he asked me if he could have a friend stay with him in our apartment. I thought it was another fellow, since he is a married man and speaks so lovingly of his wife and child. When I returned, he told me that his guest was a lady friend. I do not approve of adultery and was shocked and disappointed in this young man. I plan to go away again, and my roommate has asked if he may have a guest [I presume it's the same one] in my absence. How should I handle this? He is older than I, and I am not about to give him a moral lecture, but I don't want to be a party to such goings on. ACCOMPLICE DEAR ACCOMPLICE: Tell your roommate what you have told me. And since your moral codes are not compatible with his, I think you'd both be happier with a change of roommates. DEAR ABBY: This is for "Wrong Way Corrigan," [the lady motorist who always gets lost]: Welcome to the club! Don't be upset about getting places in a 'roundabout' fashion. It's better than most people who don't drive can do. Besides, you're not really "lost." You are just misplaced for the moment. Did you consider that gas stations are really for giving directions? Selling gas is a sideline. Some of the nicest people in the world are gas station attendants, policemen and dog walkers. I know. I have met thousands of them. I have 34,000 miles on my car, of which 4,000 are "misplaced." Traveling without adequate directions is a challenge. Besides, you become a source of amusement to your friends who begin to look forward to the story of your "safaris " Perfection is boring! ELIZABETH B. K., President of See America Unintentionally Club. What's your problem? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. Write to ABBY, Box 69700. Los Angeles. Cal. 900*9. For a personal reply enclose stamped, addressed envelope. For Abby's new booklet. "What Teen-Agers Want to Kaew," lend $1 to Abby. Box (9700, Los Angeles. Cal. 90069. at the Home Federal Community room. THURSDAY, MAY 20 2:00 p.m. - ST. THOMAS Episcopal Guild meets with Eleanor Gardner. NORTHERN 15-year-old Mike Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill of Roland, had a great catch while fishing early this month. READ THE WANT ADSI IT'S SUPER SAVINGS MONTH ON LAWN MOWERS ! ! two Models In Stock Now Feature Pull it Go Starting • No Engine Adjustments Ref. 1107.86 $77.88 S& $67.88 AlOONA, IOWA PERSONALIZED • GROUP Discover the Womkrful World of Music SUMMER LESSONS • PIANO • ORGAN Know The Pleasure Of Accomplishment . . . Our Qualified Teachers And New Air Conditioned, Well Lighted, Quiet Classrooms Provide The Learning Atmosphere. Individual Or Low Grouo Rates." NORTH IA. MUSIC ANNEX ALGONA, IOWA 295-3634

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