Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 5, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 5, 1966
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to captain More than 200 farmers enrolled in '65 school Night to begin Plans for the Farmer's Evening 21st annual „. D School have jeen completed by the Advisory Council and the first, meeting is et for Monday evening, Dec. 12 at 8 p.m. in the High School An DONALD GRANT, son of Mrs. Frank Grant, Britt, is shown receiving a promotion to Captain from his commanding officer, Lt. Col. E. J, Megarr recently.' Capt. Grant has been in the Marine Corps for seven years and spent four years as an enlisted man. He also received the Bronze Stat medal for services performed as a ritle platoon commander.in Viet Nam from June, 1965 to July, 1966. The citation read that he "led his platoon on more than 200 day and night patrols and ambushes and accounted for more enemy 'kills' than any other platoon in his battalion without losing any Marines during this period" His wife is the former-Bonnie Minard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Minard of Algona. The Grants now live in Jacksonville, N, C. KUjmimojMumnK* nex. SOCIETY Bur! Masons sled officers Burt—Regular meeting of Kossuth Lodge No. 540 A. F. & n INK in my By MARIAN INMAN n MMMMMMM* Six little flannel. robes hanging in a row. Each a lovely different coior, a bunch ot Chmuaas ilowers. Gius tor <a iltue cranuson anu several little granuuaugiiters. Tne stai't 01 my Christmas inaKing. They are sou anu conuy and will piea^e the little wearers. . . ' These were made with love in every stitch, for Christmas giving should be a pleasure, a chance to express to mose we love now much they are in our thoughts. Uo orf«n it is |ust a duly we get invoked in, and we are nred and worn out with the wnoie Business ot shopping and making and mail.ng. but Christmas gifts, when tn*y ao have meanmy, are a nn»*t wonderful expression, "for the gift without the giver is bare. I know that all people do not like all things but I love anv fiitt and am drawn to it because someone tuuugnt ot me ana cnose it lor me. 'ine catalogues ana tne stoiu displays are la a cuiatu.g. l rovel in them ait and enjoy seeing them uia- playeu lor tins is a part of Christmas, 'ine sight, tne sounu, lue colur. nnu as tne days to cnnstmas co.ae closer ana closer me house will ue unea witn Cnnstmas aioma h, pine branches anu tne heavenly iragrance 01 ine nouuay oa..mg. Never lose 'me expectancy, ol ^anstmas in a ruaii ui woriuiy thinas vve neea v.iinaiiu«s so much and tne oest thing oi aii is tiwt it is a time 01 inenus rememoenng one anotiibi, lam' mes gathering together, a tune when peo^io open then- neaits. • It is a .time vviieu one can oe sentimental anu not hiue it. i^ets * never lose it. This week's words , to live by, quoted by Roger Hull are apropos now and any time or y^r. "iomeone ita* aptly said tnat there are really only two Kinds of people, those who are part of the problem and mo»e who are part ot tne tolution. These are the times in which we live. Now is the time to accept tne responsibility 01 these times. Life is short at oesi, ana we must ue re-ay at any nine -we are caiiea to give an accounting 01 ourselve*. How we nave useu tne talem* fiivea to us now well we have ooeyeci the rules ot Hie, wnat ,;ina ot cu'iZBiis we nave oeen, u«iut am we carve out 01 me lor oar- selves ana lor others? "To each is given a bag of tools, A shapeless mass, anu a booti ol' rules, Anu each must shape, ere iiie is uone, ' A stumbling blocK or a stepping stone. Ask yourself, am 1 a part of the problem or a part of the solution'.' As the Christmas bells peel out the tidings of old, Peace on earrh, good will to men, we must be sure we are start ing w"th ourselves to build a firm foundation upon wh.ch peace can rest. Have you ever watched men who are laying a foundation. They put ma lonu ol cement the length ana wiatn 01 we hew basement then lay cement blocks on mat, building each corner UrS urm ana true, ana then filling in between corners, 'iney explain that the strength of a structure uepenus upon a tinn lounuation. In buliding a foundation for peace we JjJ ^J 1 firm and true. We are the corners, the cement, the blocks and as we build wthin ourselves love and understanding |u»t so we true up the strength of the toundat.on. We make ourselves pa, » of the solution and not a part of the problem. Too many of us are tearing down, not building. At least The school, which is a pairt o the Vocational Agricultural Program in the Algona Community Schools, is conducted by Georg W. Sefrit, Vocational Agricu ture Instructor. Last year 200 local farmer enrolled for the ten meetings, which was one of the largest farm schools in the state. An, irh creased enrollment again this year is expected. The Advisory Council, composed of 12 farmer members, lias planned for a series of ten meetings again this year, with subjects center ing on problems and improved methods of production of Swine, Beef, Soybeans ud Corn. Subjects and dates of meetings are as follows: Dec. 12, 1966 — Swine Production Problems. Dec. 19, 1966 — Swine Pro- DAT6 CHRISTMAS PARTY The Union Township Mothers and Daughters Club will meet at Maurine Hovey's.Dec. 6, .for X. M. was "held in the Hall iheir annual 'Christmas' meeting. Thursday, Dec. 1. Officers elect- There will be exchangei of t & f or t nei nex t year are: Wor- Christmas gifts, value $1; either sn ipful Master, Clark Miller, Ti- homemade or .bought. Each tonka; Senior Warden, Arnold should bring •coffee coupons to Hanson, Fenton; Junior Ward- to sent for gifts for orphan cn Curtis Olson, Lone Rock; homes. Audra Heerdt and Nell- treasurer, J. L. Miller; secre- ic Jenkinson are in charge of hary, o. H. Graham. the program, "Old Fashioned Christmas." Mary Sarchet and CHRISTMAS PARTY Luella McWhorter are co-host-1 - -- Lone Rock -post office, has an- Mr. Md Jjtrt. Jennie - ~ • — nounced the Lone Rock office will be open all day Saturday, Dec. 10 and Saturday, Dec. 17, to accomodate the Christmas mailing. esses. BABY SHOWER A blue cradle filled with del of Lutheran C h u. r c h held their Christmas meeting Thure ciay, Dec. 1 at the church basement which was decorated for A niilG CToUl" mien wi'uu VI^A --™— ~ .,-.«.-^... ...™ —_ icata flowers formed a lovely the Holiday season. Meditations centerpiece and set the theme, were given by Pastor Vehhng or a baby shower honoring r l he Advent Worship was pre llrs Steve George Tuesday eve- sented by Elizabeth Radig nine Hostesses for the dessert Dorothy Marlovv, Phyllis Hanna oartv were Mrs. Keith Christie, and Eunice Meyer with Bertha ATS James Anderson, Mrs. Wilbrett as narrator Richard Schneider and Mrs. Don . There was a good attendance Wells Mrs George and her hus- including guests; there wer band'became the parents of a games and contests Those who isuuu «w«. i , | mrm ,->„;„„,. ,,, 01 . 0 Mire A/FamMva oon a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and . . Mrs. Gilbert Nissett have been recent visitors at the hdme of the Cuilis Olsons erf Lone Rock. Mr. Olson is recuperating from recent surgery. Mrs. Roger itetisen entertain ed Wednesday evening to cele- (J«w*J MONDAY, diC §, 1H6 bfate the birthday, oi Mrs* neth Jones. Othef gU eiil were MfsV'Miltoft Mrs, ttarkn Blalchafil, : Mf*. A. A. Rrueger, Mft. KetittfetB Jackson, Mrs. E. A, .Lee/ M». Jess Btanchard. '• 1 Advertise In the L«ro«*r PAID circulation Diamond's FREE Christmas Gift IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. • HOME OF GRUNDIG STEREOS • $42995 Hi-Fi Stereo Multi-Flex AM-FM Radie Oombinatien on P™ were Mrs. Martha Haase, Mrs. Howard Sparks and i Mary Lou Marlow. There was a I 50c ^ exo h an ge and 50c from Prom,&nader s eadl member to be setlt to the Night Owl square dance was at- Susan Hantelman Fund in Ni- 134 coules from 40 134 COUPLES AT DANCE The Algona REGISTER At Diamond's each and every time you're in the store. i GIVEN AWAY FRIDAY, DEC. 23rd geda duction Problems. Jan. 9, 1967 — Beef Cattle Production Problems. Jan. 16, 1967 — Soybean Pro duction Problems. Jan. 23, 1967 — Soybean Production Problems. Jan. 30 — 1967 — Soybean Production Problems. Feb. 6, 1967 — Corn Production Problems. Feb. 13, 1967 — Corn Production Problems. Feb. 20, 1967 — Corn Production Problems. Feb. 27, 1967 — Corn Production Problems. March 6 or 13, 1967 — Farm er's Evening School Banquet. The enrollment fee for the school will be $2.00. Anyone wishing additional formation may contact one of the Advisory Council members Supt. 0. B. Laing or George W Sefrit, ^Vqc.'Ag. Inst., Algona Iowa. Members of the Advisory labels were collected. Viola Dacken and Phyllis •lanna were appointed as aud- ting committee. The new offi ners will be installed at the v^i«u»->* "V -— 1 JaClia. towns in Iowa and Minnesota. Each member brought home The dance was held Saturday, made coo ki es and these were Nov. 26 at the Algona V.t.W. ! taken to shut . ins and to the from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. C«ers R&st Homes Butternut coupons were Warren Rowles, Grand.i .„„„-! i>,Knio ,, rn ~ n ^n^f^ Junction arid Cliff Haley, Indianola. HAVE POT-LUCK DINNER _ _ _ First Lutheran church women next meei ti ng . will have thaLr annual Christ- nas pot-luck dinner, Wedn,es- lay, Dec. 7 at 6:30 in the ohuroh >arlors. Those attending are asked 'to bring their own, tatale service and one of their favor•te foods. Mrs. Delia McCullough entertained her bridge club, the Idle Hour club, Wednesday after noon. ; Linde's named "Dealer of Men!,," The Linde Implement Co. o Swea City was the recent wife are: DECORATING CONTEST The Burt Lions Club wil sponsor the annual Home Dec orating Contest for Christmas Prizes offered are: $10 — 1st $5 — 2nd; $3 — 3rd; and $2 — 4th. Lone Rock PO open Saturdays Lone Rock—Mrs. Esther M Cleish, acting Postmaster of th "»*«*»- i*"*-*^!^ Congratulations to the Taylor Implement Behlen Party Winners of 1966 •iH Council for 1966-67 school year Joe Besch, W'hittemore; Char les Bjustrom, Whittemore; Harold Bjustrom, Whittemore; Floyd Bode, Algona; Charles Dearchs, Algona; Dean Dodds, Algona; Glenn Ga'brielson, Sexton; Lloyd Gerber, Algona; Ronald Gerber, Algona; Dick Kuecker, Algona; Richard Mawdsley, Algona; Joe Skow, Wesley. ner of the "Dealer of tb Month" award from the Allis Chalmers Co. The award was won in competition with dealers in portions of a four-state area served by the South Sioux branch. A banquet dinner was held for all Linde employees and their wives and each wife was presented with a $50 check. A. -F. Mork presented Mrs. Serving Set. Linde with a Sterling Silver Too Late To Classify *»»»++»»»»»»»«»»«»»«»»«» FOR SALE Farrowing Eight Wooden Crates, fit any buildings. Leon Dumstorff. Ph. 4973, Bancroft. 95 FOR SALE — 1500 Bales Alfalfa Hay in barn, no rain and crimped. 2nd and 3rd cutting. Leon Dufstorff, Phone 4973, Bancroft. 95* Have You Visited the New, modern, Sheakleys Beauty Salon in Algona? sure. its make oui lounciation tor peace sounu always easier to uestroy than to buila. »Am 1 a builder who works with care, Am 1 shaping my deeas to a well maue plan, Measuring me by rule ana square'.' Patiently uomg the best that 1 can.' Or am l a wrecker, who walks the town Content with the labor of tearing down ! Lets be builuers all and be up and about our work of peace on earth, good will to men. think over the many privileges that have come my SB? little things mean to much to to keep tor myself and help *....-.-.. ••-••••• •- -—• --. w seHn ojr ways that the little pensions in our lives will not , »tand out as special. This aonreciation is one more of the building blocks needed to bSd Sit Unn foundation of peace. Part ot the solution, not a part of the problem. in a recent Farm Bureau Spokesman, Mrs. Gordon Stine, DUtrk? 5 Women', Chairman 9 ave this short course in human reffins Some more building block* for e»ch of MS. The 6 most important words-l »dmit I made i mistake. The 5 most important wor«Ji-l *rn proud of you : The 4 most important words-WM i, vou, *P.n. The 2 most important words— W*• • important word-r"l tf . idded blocks *nd th_t fresh we can get to W»rk »f Winners of the free trip to Mexico City, Mexico offered by the Taylor Implement Co. to its 1966 Case and Behlen customers are shown above with Rex Taylor. They are Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis of Wesley. We offer our congratulations to this fine couple and we hope they have an enjoyable time on their winter vacation. If you have not visited the new Sheakley Beauty Salon west of the courthouse, give yourself a treat this holiday season and make an appointment today. You'll find skilled operators and the most modern equipment available awaiting you, both at our new Salon and at our regular downtown salon in the Sheakleys store. Appointments available from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. — evening appointments available also. SPECIAL! MONDAYS ONLY! Regular $10.50 $£95 Permanent 6 Three couples won Hasty Bakes from Taylors at the.r annual party last J^sday night They are shown, left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorenson, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Welhousen, Titonka; and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Banwart, West Bend. Other Prize Winners Winners of other prizes included - WORLD GLOBES — Eugene Kelch, Art^Kelch and John Hobscheidt, all of Corwith; CARVING KNIFE SETS - Don Usher and Harold Fnderes, 0 to"en H R. Pettit, Whittemore; Louis Ferstl and Jack Scuffham, both of Algona; Jake Giglfr, I Titonka; Ray and Fay Schlensvig, Rolfe; Forrest Rasmussen, Wesley; Alv.n Lockwood, Loot | Rock; Frank Becker, Burt. And thank you to all the Behlen and Case Purchasers during 1988! irig we a VtSSSSS and dignity. God bless ui every one. for ptf 5f - A ptift Sheakleys Beauty Salon 109 N. Hall — Phone 5-516? Downtown Store Phone 5-3477 ^*.M.*.M.4.*.HH"H-*«4^^ Taylor Implement Co. Algona

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