Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1966 · Page 2
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f7NK in my VEINS " MARIAN INMAN from my sc Cheer up, ; What if the day is cold i And you at-e feeling old, And blue, And disgusted, too. Wealidd. J. .jf^Mtt'tibttice/.-"•• . " Look troublexiii the face t Arid smile ; y.,vMAwhile;.•,.,, 11 ' "•;.;, ? Nothing is gained by look ; glum; Keep mum. i Put your jfroes upon the shelf, Keep yoUf troubles to • yourself, j And cheer up. iii e ° ee that can help if you want to be helped If any little word of miHe May make a life the brighter, ...If any. little, .song of mine,,. May make a heart the lighter- God help me speak the little word And take my bit of singing *,, And drop it in some lonely • • : ". vale"'' To set the echoes ringing. •'•?,!»•' ••£&>!.- a.u v' the tax experts working overtime en the problem. | tNot long ago,there was a young man who got a job sell- .ing milk chocolates to retailers. Business was tough. In one : month of hard work this young .man accumulated nothing| but J; a-complete and .fancy assortment of reasons why storekeepers ffdid hot want to buy his or any other chocolates. ; Finelly he hit on • plen this young men did tome heevy thinking. >leh. He bought hlm*elf some plain white cerdt, end got out hit typewriter. £ The neat morning, when he celled.on • ttorekeeper, he Ipre.d th!rty-ti« ne.tly typed | cerds on e ttorokeeper't detk . .£}; >-.v, ; - ; '•'',,;/ ' : >"• ' ,v ; | -,j ; I'Mere;? the salesman said, "are thirty-six reasons why •fiybu ..don't want to buy, milk, chocolates^ Pick any brie you choose.", The/storekeeper grinned, selected one. "Turn it over," requested the salesman. The storekeeper did so. I ' """""~ " ?-ALC6NJv (Ua) MONDAY, JUNF • convin •nd both •ntwer to the objection. The roteijer, pleated >y the, novelty of this •elling epprpech, reed of every cord. Then he pieced e good-tized order. All of which proves what we already knew — that the world belongs ,to those who use their heads. — American Boy. Crbcllt W«« •word, with meening to the eeriiett civili- zetio^ns,^ the New World. The, Ince in Peru, who built eque- ducts end rood* end know e greet deal about »uch complex me ttfirtgOt textilot, medicine end even, surgery, mode credit • Pfftvjf; their liveiuWhen njewlywedt picked the tite for their homoe-the Ince government extended e helping hend encl «dyeifcod u .credit.ellowing tljem to buy the rend and erect ehoui<e. ( Helped; by the .edyenced Ince tyitemi of egriculture end irrigation, the young people would produce good crops end ropey their loerit. ..' ; .. . , • . , • , I note a news item which says that Americans are purchasing over 50 million hardcover books annually. And paperbacks now sell at the rate of a million a day, Reading is the key to knowledge and knowledge is power. Readers are the people who movs the world. Reading is power. ' , . v ,r : 'too^bfton i . 1 :wo^give, c the cheert when not needed, end withhoJid .thefn^w^en e little encouregement would be like e cup ^f cfldl wfter ( to a thirsty men. We cheer the winner in the gem«¥nd,h«;doo«n't need the ttimulut. .The one who het • -' ' ••f ••••w?*t?«klfAt.V, l J37t4-.ll»Vil2.-M»i'." ••-. •-,.••;,...".,'.•.,•.•_' uliTM""^^) vr>«& vriovil^ Jjuuv^f 3WII to be 85 was oldest;, ahd Jef frey, Mfchifel Olsoti, Oionths, aWii s jOi Wl™ vlITIff'BdL vlSOflBr HUiTIf t, the.yoi/rigttt. WiBcortsili ^^.js repr%»ented wfto^ Cunt betltild, HlAdsoti, Monroe,., 4( »ii<f South Wayne; also Owatonha, Minn., and Columbus ahd Lin- ferson, Hardy, Duncombe and others in this area. The 1965 officers were reelected, Olaf A. bison, president; and Stanley E. lson,; sec.-treis. Contributions tfere taken 'for expenses and or completed Improvement! of tiie Shelter house in the Bode park, by enclosing the north wall With plywood. Supplements to the XMson-Larstuen ..... family itree were handed out with 10 births, 4 marriages and : 3 deaths: Clarence Helland, Ottoseh, Oluf Bearrood, Cumberland; Wis., and Mrs. Manda Mitsven, Bode, listed. CLASS HAS REUNION The Class of 1961 of Twin Rivers held a reunion at the Imer- Lcnnice Bil.^borough weds Lennice •rei;ely he gett> it. When men end women, I ece.^e 4Vffic^ impottible, thet is when e few wordi of pretie end cheer will do wonders. ' , Jmie is ripiening into July. Whenever possible, picnic. Picnic is a magic word; it is much more than eating outdoors, it i? an experience in serenity. Don't make hard work of it, make it easy and more fun. ''-;"••' .'•' '• > .: " •*•':*•••j • .j • /the only difference between stumbling blocks end ttepping ftonet ere the wey you ute them." v/\<pr.,i Mrs. Kenneth Brone* i • j> f Monday guests at Wallace Dawson's were the Everett Thor- sons and Don Schaaps, Los An- »geles, Calif. Mrs.iScliaap is the 'former Beverly. Thorspn. Tom Hurlburt was home.fr- om Minneapolis over the week-end. ' •- '. • _' . ' '•'•/ / ':'. ,' ';.' ' The Wendell Ditsworths and Mrs. Con Brekke, ?' Estherville, were June 12 visitors at Howard Brekke's, Bingham Lake, Minn. ; June 12 guests at Ed Frerichs's were the Melvin Mings, Tr.uman, and Mrs. Hazel Baldwin, Ayrshire. Maxine Clark, Le Mars, .and Betty Clark, Grundy Center, are at their parents, the Glen darks,, for the .summer,. ,, The Darrel Bishops and Dillard Bishops attended a dinner for Gloria ^Swanson, daughter of the Sid Swansons at the .Cities Sunday. Gloria graduated from high, school. . EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE titonki borough, daughter ofjhei^ ice Bilsboroughs, land Hernian W. Harms, son of the Herman Harms, Titonka, were married at the Titonka Methodist church on June 10, at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated at the double ring ceremony. , Matron of , honor was Mrs. Kenneth Huisman, and LeAnii Gingrich was bridesmaid. Susan Shipler was the miniature bride. Mrs. Wilford Johnson, Austin, Minn., cousin of the ,bride, was her personal attendant. Kenneth Huisman was best man and Robert Harms was his brother's groomsman. Brian Moore, nephew of the groom, was ring bearer. Candlelighters were Alan Hall and Steven Schlei. Ushers were Arlen Bilsborough, brother of the bride, and Harold Harms, brother pf the groom. Mrs. Donald Budlong sang, a<# companied by Carolyn Bngel- barts, organist. .......... , Following the ceremony a. reception was held for 150 at the Fellowship hall. Mrs. Harold Harms had the guest book. The Earl Zwiefels were dining room hosts. The wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Marold Schlei and Mrs. Loren Hansen. Mrs. Clyde Kendal and Mrs. Rollo Moore poured. Kathy Mohring poured punch, were Sharon • Eden, Waitresses Joan Cosgrove, Ellen Smidt, Linda Krantz, Dorothy Brandt, Ellen Snider and working Diane the in Vaske. kitchen Those were: Mesdames Joe Boekelman, Ray Hansen, Alien Eden, Loren Englund, Wm, Speicher, Harvey Graham, Bernard Phelps and Hazel Carroll. , . Assisting v at the,. gift table were Mrs, Brent Egesdal, Mrs. Russel Roth, Jeanne Gingrich, and Jane Buffington. . She graduated from Titonka high school and La James College of Hairstyling in Mason aty. Pnr Oot«Mii by Ik* QUssfal . . HAVEN'T YOU HEARD? • - - MILK'S THE MOST The "coolest" refresher in town, the greetett thirit quencher for ttetmy diyc, end the yummieit way to get health-giving good- n««() Be cure there'* flwiyi enovgh milk in the refrigerator, Cfll us for delivery! - . .: ft/' , She, plans to be employed .in a beauty salon at Titonka. He is a .graduate of Titonka high school and. is employed in. the Titonka creamery. ' They went on a hone trip to northern .Minnesota and Canada, for a week, and are now. living in Titonka. ] 7 Mrs. David Robert and Tom, are visiting the J. J.. Budlong's. They iare jfrohi Clearwater, Fla. Cub Scout Pack 63, and families had a pot luck picnic around a bonfire, June 6. They had relays and other games after the meal. Awards were presented by Cub Master Kenneth Krantz. ,: ies. ial cafe, June 18. From the class of; 33 members there were 18 present. Letters were read from a number unable to attend, the class piophacy ^and will where read, .John ':'. Olson came the greatest' distance, .arriving in Bode just 45 i minutes before the reunion. He has been in training at the -Nayal Trairiing center in Bainbridge. Md., and left ' given a —• Roselynd Rolland, daughter of the Norman Rollands, was given a miscellaneous bridal shower in St. Olaf *' " eran church parlors June 15. Roberta Holland had the guest book. Roselynd, Roberta and their mother, Mrs, Norman Rolland, were presented corsages, Mrs. Barbara Helman was in charge..of. the ...program,. Mrs. Terry Hanson presented a piano solo, Mrs. Agnes Smith gave advice to the bride. A quartet, Kay Selvig, Carlene Hanson, Mary Lou Olson and Roberta Holland, sang. ; . - i She was assisted jn .opening gifts by Mrs. Gary Naeve, Bradgate, Mrs, Terry Nelson, Rutland, and Mrs, Jack David, Hum* boldt, and her -sister Roberta. Mrs. Roy Brown and Mrs; Marcus Holland poured, ' - . Hostesses were Mesdames Torger Johnson, Vernon Tompkin^, Erling Malmin, Milford Zeman, Gordon Larson, Seval Holden, Orren Olson, Mai Bratland, Roy Brown, Art Christiansen, Harold Berg, Harley Berge, Justin Torgerson, Keith Holland, Sid Holland, Marcus Holland, Archie Holland and Ralph Kinne. She will be married June 25 ia St. Olaf Lutheran church to Dr. John Milford Elverum of the air force. They will be living in Alaska. REUNION IS HELD The annual Olson-Larstuen reunion was. held in the Bodje park'Tune 19 with 118 register^ ed. The Severin Olsons, ; , companions whom he left at Chi caigo and the Des Mfpihes airport. Steve Williams also came from Rock Island, 111., the Hugh Mackintoshes, , k LeMa'rs. Others attending! from this -area were the John Browns, Keith Smiths, Alan Adamses,, Ray Cresses and Randy Watnems, Humboldt; Mrs. Arnie Wigahs, Hardy; the Ed Malmins, Ottosen; and Russel Larson, Bode. Mrs. John Brown, .formerly Sandy Eriek- son, made arrangements for this meeting. WED 56 YEARS 1 -The Henry M, Olsons will have their ., 56th wedding. They have 10\ living children. Their oldest, Ronald, will be 55 years and the youngest, Curtis, will be 33 this year. Their sixth child, Ale'da Nissen, in this year of '66 will ,be ,,44! -.years old , on the 22nd day of the * llth month. Richard Olson is spending the summer at the . . parental Orren ^spriy.>He^ is if student at the chiropractic school in Daven- portiJohn.plsohjs here on leave from \ Bainbridge, Md., naval I training, center and will be a- bdard ship at the conclusion of his leiye. t i ThCiGuy Olsons and son Craig, : Monmoth, Ul. ; and Miriam Ol- 'spn, university of Denver, were visitors, in; Bode at the Thor 'and Orren, Olson homes last weekend. Miriam will, spend the summer with her parents in Mon- inoth., , The ' Rolger Olsons, Decorah, Visited his 1 father Andy Olson on Sunday and attended the Olson reunion. , /Andy Olson left by train Monday for several weeks at his son the Stanton Olsons in Redlands, Catif ., and with his sistefJ.Mfg. Amanda Twsd>» 4 tx>ng JEt^aeh. Me aisd plan* to §t> tend the fiode-Ottos«n itlAtiii picnic in L. A. this weekWid , .MW./MhjAn1eiWgJowiaty, ' is rfccoverini froth recent KHJv^iborll surgeryAai ui-eft'ji, hospital,, Iowa, .City. *u a . Leon Oingstead is staying with her daughter and Mr. Gauge* stud visited them last Weekerid. L jThe|GUy Lensings, Bode, itid Frank Dogotches and Waltort Falbs, West Bend, .visited recently at EHaha Anliker'S, Spirit Lake, j ,' • ; , Father's day guests ii Ouy Lansing's were the Paul Lthft- ings, Des Moines, Arnie Ketfel- sons, West Bend, and Hans Sch- liltzes, Humboldt The,Don Bli* irs, Gilmore City, were afternoon guests. Monday guests at Guy Lansing's were Mrs. Ruth BradyV 0> khoma\ City, a cousin, of Mrt. Lansing, and the Frank Dogotch- es and Walton Falbs, West Bend. Mrs. Amie Wigans, Kristine and Karmin, Hardy, .spent Thursday to Sunday at the parental Ronald! .Olson's, while her husband, Arnie Wigans,.was in northern Minnesota fishing. .Bert Gardner, Cowrie, is also visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ronald Ol« son. ': " • '.. :: ' ( - ;,:•'••. ,••'"'>; The •; Gordon; Olsons, Jefferson, Ernest Olsons, Leslie "Olsons aijd iMrs. F. E. 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