Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1966
Page 16
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ft~AL00NA fltWiV ABVANCI THURSDAY! OCT. JO, i lit i i i m 1 1 1 n n H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M i 1 1 1 1 1 1 MI Around Algeria by ONIITA DIDRIKSEN IHIMHIMIII ( HIM Phon. 295-260$ ii mi! iiini H.H-M 11 MOM. Mr. and Mr». Torn Zeigjer end little Lori came from St. Paul for the weekend with the Earl Zeiglers, his parents,. Cylinder Anniversary MR. AND MRS. Grover Chisrn, Cylinder, observed their 50th wedding anniversary last Sunday at a reception at the Cylinder Hall from 2 until 5 p.m. A number of friends and relatives attended. Mr». Henry Otto was releesstl Monday from St. Ann where she had been taken two weeks earlier with a virus infection. Mr. Otto then went to Florida to visit their son Robert and he flew to Des Moines last Sunday then was brought to Algona by his daughter and her husband, Mr ind Mrs. Henry Shinellew, so the couple were re-united in their home at 1302 East North Street. Mrs. Firman Laing, Corrinne, is another daughter. A guest expected for the week end at the home of Judge anc Mrs. G. W. Stillman is the lat ter's sister, Mrs. Ralph Finkbine of Atlantic. A number of Algona women who are members of the Garden club plan to attend one or more days of the State Federation o Garden Clubs meeting being held at Ames today'-through Sunday Mrs. James Hin,ton is presiden of the local club. On No", 16 they will; hold a "Holiday Glit ;er" show in ;Algbna at Which demonstration ox Christmas dec erested in thfe "What's My Line" rV show Sunday evening when Jerry Houck of Pierre.tSL D.y ad>eared as a guest. He and his iather, Roy Houck, a former lieutenant-governor of South Dakota, operate the largest buffalo farm m the United States with a herd of 1200 animals which are raised for their meat. Jerry is a cou- son of Mrs. Hall and a nephew of Mrs. Minnie Houck who is staying with the Halls at the present time. We» Bartlttt flew to Chicago Tuesday of last week in order to attend , a board meeting of Kiwanis preceding the International Convention there. Mrs, Bartlett flew from Font Dodge Friday to join him and they are returning today. Mrs. V. K. Rising, who drives to Fort Dodge daily to see her sister, Mrs. Florence Peterson at Lutheran -hospital, was in heavy rain and hail enroute there Friday afternoon. Late that r eyJB- ning Mrs. Peterson's son Ron with his wife and two sons arrived from Duluth to see his mother and stayed with Tils wife's parents, the Ralph Browns at Ft. Dodge. Ron, who is in the air vere made or the fifth time by the birth of a daughter oh Oct. 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pickett of Ankeny. Mrs. Pickett and the baby made Gordon Gammick's column on sun* day due to the fact that she shared a room at Mercy hospital in Des Moines .with a classmate at the Mercy hospital school of nursing where both were gradu* ated and their babies were born within 30 minutes of each other. Jim Pickett is at Fort Benning, Ga., for officers' training. His parents are the Russell Picketts of Ankeny. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amuruen left Sunday morning tor their usual winter stay at Brownsville where they leave their trailer each Spring. They had been in Algona about two weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Jim Lytle and family, and had earlier vis- ted the sons Boo and Dick in Minneapolis enroute from Walk or, Minn., where they, spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger lef Thursday for La Grange High lands, 111., planning to spena ten days with the Larry Leaneaghs their daughter Ruth's family they arrived at Golden they Samaritan Home A eulogy on force, had to be back base orations" will be given by Mrs. for special assignmeritgon Mohr Ali/tca 'An/ldif^Q'/in ' /\F .. T .OIIVQMC rloir on fVmvr s*/Mi1/4 • *-»«!*•' - «ni-»««^ Daughter's Sense Better than Mom's By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: Our 27-year,old daughter, who has been teaching school, asked us to come to the city (we live in the country) so we could meet the man she has decided to marry. He is 39, wears glasses, is bald and can't dance. They want to marry within the next few months. My husband and I are at a loss. ":'. A few years ago our daughter wouldn't even date a man unless he, was good looking and could dance. We are concerned ibout whether she will be happy with him. They have kept steady company for a year. He is quiet, .educated, owns his own business and treats her well. Should we give them our blessings? AT A LOSS DEAR AT: Are they asking for your permission or for yeur blessings? Yeur daughter sh,ows better sense today then she did a "few years ago" when she refused to go out with a man unless he was good looking and could dance. Give them your blessings and don't be concerned. :' DEAR ABBY: There are "some newcomers who live on the edge of town. They have about nine,kids. .These people (the > whole family!) came to church last Sunday in a durnj) truck, An'f Abby, I am not saying they weren't clean, but th,ey sure didn't look like they were dressed up for church to.me. ., | Don't you think this shows lack of respect for the Lord? And shouldn't someone in the community tell these people? I am not a snob, but I think appearances are important. NO SNOB DEAR NO: I doubt if the Lord cares how people dress for church or how they get there, as long as they go. DEAR ABBY: A woman I know ever so slightly makes a fetish out.of "remembering" people's birthdays and anniversaries. The moment she meets someone she asks when his birthday is. She writes it down and sure enough on that day comes a • card from this woman! Half the people she sends cards to don't even know who she is. v \ I rarely see her, yet she sends me, my husband and all our children birthday cards. She even remembers my anniversary. It is terribly embarrassing because I don't know her birthday, anniversary, or any of her children's birthdays. Besides, it's a bore having to drop her a note to thank her for her "thoughtfulness." It's not that she is especially fond of me; she does this to people she hardly knows, and I've heard them say they wished she wouldn't. What is wrong with her and how do I cope with it? EMBARRASSED DEAR EMBARRASSED: The poor woman is desperately bidding for attention and is more to be pittied than censured. Think her for her "thoughtfulness" and let it go et that. REXALL ORIGINAL Alice Anderson,' of Laurens. There will also., bt;-an "Idea" ta- ile of arrangements not for judging. '!'-. '•• -.-.;'' •} '••••. Roger Didriksen with his two older sons, Keith and Lee, came from Des Moines Saturday afternoon for an overnight visit with his parents, the Anton Didrik- sens. -'. '••". '•:,':.'.] '•}'.' : The D. H. Hail family and Algona friends were especially in- day, so they could not remain long. Mrs. Peterson is'reportsd to be slowly improving fallowing surgery. Local Presbyterian men in attendance at the seventh annual Men's Retreat held Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15-16 at Blakes Gro 'e Park Camp, Ackley, were Karl Kiilsholm, Irwin Malueig and Erwin Van Haaft'en. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey Pound 14 inches of snow oft the ground, with many trees .down itid a clean-up in progrew. James, 21, who enlisted earlier n (he navy, had just completed wot training at San Diego Naval Base and will report btck there on Oct. 25, for six months of special training in radio cofntnu nication. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Kern and daughters, West Union, came Saturday from West Union and remained till Monday evening, attending the military funeral Monday afternoon for his brother William, held at First Methodist church, the Delmar Kerns While here were house guests of her sister's 1 family, the Clayton Pktmans. Delmar and his brother Dale who came from California had not met in some time. Mrs. August Slagle entertained the Algona Woman's club at a Mtfgafrk Which appealed Some weeks ago to the Advance was printed in full in the last issue oftoWi Club News. Mr, aitd Mr*, MeitiMn iyerton, Brookfieid, 111.* were overnight guests at Mrs. Albin Spongbergs i week ago Sunday/fefif5ute,td the family farm near Swea City, lira. Iverson is the fotmef Get^ trade! Nelson, one of the three children of the late Mrs. Alma fetobn, Well remembered here. A sister, Anna Mont and her husband live in Phoenix, Ariz., and iheif brother Wilfred is in St. jouis. CATFISH — William Ryerson, Marengo, was dressing a 74b. catfish recently and found a baited hook in the catfish's stomach which he is certain .was the hook he lost two Weeks before while fishing near the same spot where 9 o'clock coffee on Monday morning and was assisted by Mesdames Katherine Krause and fcteve Wickliffe. There were 18 members and one visitor present. In honor of Iowa Poetry day, Oot 15, roll call was answ- Mrs. Leaneagh was hospitalized erad by, My Favorite Poet or at nearby Hinsdale with a respiratory ailment, and when, Segers learned of her illness, they were told that Mrs. Seger's sister and herhusband, the Clarence Arm- introuis, of Des Moines, had stopped in to see the family while .enroute home from a vaca- tioii and would remain with the children, till the Segers arrived. Mrs. Mary Sands was visited lasjb/wbek by her son Verner, his wife, and their son James, of Gdlderi, Colo., who were here from Thursday evening to Saturday morning. When they left it was snowing and they traveled through the storm all the way to St. James, Minn., where they visited Mrs. Verner-Sands' mother and other relatives. They drove back to Colorado Sunday and saw evidences of high winds and storms all the way, with fallen trees and other debris. When he finally landed the big one. THOMp FUNERAL Experienced Funeral Directors 1 ••• -;:«.•— ; . , RELIABLE 24 HOUR i AMBULANCE SERVICI ', .- '"•-.'•-••—• ;• ' Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 889-2796 -FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 816*1006 — 186-1001 —886-1970 ••S. A * NATIONAL * * MOVIE MONTH Poem. The program, Landscape in Ait, was presented by Mrs Perry Collins. Stress was placed on the UN and UN flags were exhibited by the president,, Mrs. J. B. Asa There was. also a discussion on Citizenship and the need to vote at the November election. Reviews of the flth District conventiori held a week earlier; at Webitar pity were given by msmbsrs in attendance there. ; In honor of the late Margaret Durant, the local club te presenting to the public library a copy of the Iowa Federated Women's Clubs' Brochure/Miss Durant was 6th district chairman of Crer ative Writing in both serious and light verse and also essays. This book contains • winning, poems wri'tten/by Iowa women which she helped to choose and one of them was written by her sister Carrie, now a patient at Good CSALE NOW IN PROGRESS AT Honsbruch Drug GET TWO REXAU PRODUCTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE — PLUS A PENNY! Honsbruch Drug ALGONA, IOWA LOOK MOM! 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