"INK In my VEINS" By MARIAN INMAN : ', • - ''.- - •.•:•.'..• ;•,' f .'• ;• :. •;"••':• • '/ •.; ,. • • : •• • '. Of all the old festivals, that of Christmas awakens the •strongest and most heartfelt assdciatidns. there is a tone of solemn and sacred hatloWed and elevated enjoyment, said Wash* ington Irving in his 'Christmas Pajters.' ' We heed Christmas. It f». a sftrt of oasis in the lonq iourney of the year, through how many centuries, through how many threatening circumstance*, hat Christmas been celebrated since that erv came ringing down through the > ages, "Peer not: for, behold, I bring vou good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For linto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord." Christmas is celebration, but the traditions that cluster • sweetly around the day have .significance only if they translate the heart's intention, the yearning of the human snirit to embrace and express faith and hope and love. Without this 'intention, the gift is bare, and the celebration a touch of tinsel, and the time without meaning. As these attributes, an example of the divine spark in man, from the first Christmas have survived the pressures of relentless time, so do they shine for us on this Christmas day. • Faith and hone -and love, which cannot be bought or sold or bartered hut only given away, ar* the welUprinos, firm and deep, nf Christmas celebration. These are the gifts without orice, the ornaments incapable of imitation, discovered only within oneself and therefore unions. ' Thev are not alwavs easy to come by, but they are in unlimited supply, ever in the province of all. ••• "Heap'on more wood: i The wind is chill; s But let it whistle as it vill. We'll keep our Merrv Christmas still." •T" Sir Walter Scott • . My friend Sal.lv Johnson of West Friendship . Haven wrote me a delightful letter this week, inclosing a treasure trove of verses and Quotes. How I do anpreriate this and her news that the Fahulo"* Flemmin«« of Kathmandu. will be in Fort Dodge to visit this week. They are on a furlough to the U.S. Red Cross nets *61 in drive atUneRoek Lone Rock — Mrs. Henry Sohroedei' who was chairman of the 1966 Red Cross drive for the town of Lone Rock reported that there was a total collection in town of ...'$61.66. The women who helped With this drive were Gael Olson, Neva Thompson Sandy Hutcnlnson. Lucille Elan chard, Patsy Priebe, Bda Long and Mrs. Florence Schroeder. preset tor the Ohitetlftf* %>$]£ ftlft ekehange, arttt the cfcif — lates of fruit to be given to riends in the community. SENTRAL REUNION There will be a reunion of the class of 1963 from Setitral high school Friday, Dec. 23 at the Sir loin House restaurant in Fair mont, Minii. Our honos f nr Wace on /earth. i?ood will toward men are revived in the Christmas season 'but we have much to do within onrselvps to arrange o a ?ce ,in o'ir hearts before we can achieve pnsoe in the worW; ".Chaos: in the world today is a re- flec.tion of the inner chaos in the soul of man." We can agree with Dorothy Roight when she says, quote: . / ' Bd (Sally) ,Taibako Grove, Calif, has ___. Fentoti lakets Club met St Uie hofn* f Mrs. Hoy Jfen>s£ft <m r~ "* Theite were is irKoft*rat«d uMef dhiSpter 4$6/£ etion's existence Is perpetual. The Cot- froratiort, sholl hove unlimited power* to «hgoge ih and do ohy or oil lawful bufl- ftesses fo> which cbfporafibns rfjay . be • J ™ ••*•"•* the low ' " ' Thpre «Kal| be n«»c« on e*rth- Rut not until Fach child shall dailv eat his fill: Go w=»rm!v el?d aqainst the winter wmH And l«arn h«s.les«on* with atran<v.iil mir>H. AnH th'is rel<"«wd f»-om hunger, fear *nd need, ReoTdtess »* his r«lor, rac*, o«" creed, Lnob i inwards, smil'np to the «kies; His faith in man reflected in his eyes. Just this week someone said that this thing of world peace pounds wonderful hut how are w» individuals'able to do anything about it. Well it is a bis task but it will get no .bet.ter if we five up now. Let's i"st watch ourselves and our preiudices against our neighbor.' When we'have a grioa about him we talk about. U arouf' rv-t cl li1 ' 1r °n p'* 1 * the" in.turn tako it out on the neighbor's children. Think of the attitudes we are form- in!? in our children! Is this a start o* peace. oeac« in our neifrh- borhood. the place where we set the Pattern for o'ir world. Think this over, tinstone.thine.and see^.if you:can.not'"fiTuttmav nv wavs to start doing something toward peacs,.at least making the pattern, even a part of said pattern. • We Ho Jive in troubled times hut when wer» times not trouMfid? But do not lo«e faith in Christmas in the rush of worldly thinq*. As Christmas comes, store uo an inner faith and security in your heart and pass it on. Snv to yourself, the world is lovplv, the^world is beautiful. Do not be dis- rourao»d. for as lonq a* men cherish and work for their families, children 06 to and from school, women clean and keen their homes pleasant and happy, so long as the, church bells ring in the frosty air, we have a world worth living for. On Christmas Eve we light the candles in the windows to light the Christ Child in, and this is a testament of faith. I hope that the real spirit of he Christ Child will burn in our hearts as clearlv as the pointed candle flame. Be mindful always that it is the flame that matters. • Here is a list of things that are not always easy to do but pay in the long run. It is hard To begin all over again. To Forgive To make the best of things To admit error To keep your temper at all times To take advice To think first and act afterwards Mrs. ardeni urned to her home after months visit : with her sister ktrs. Gerald , Angus, and Mrs larold Angus, and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whiteihill >f Algona. , ..;••..'. . . • Mrs. Mary Genrioh attended .he annual D.A.R. Christmas >arty held at the home of Mrs. Wary Lytle of Algona. There were 12 members present and gift exchange'. Mr.- and Mrs. James Smith and family of ,,.Swea City were Sunday evening'visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bras. The Happy Homemakers Club met ait the home of Mrs. Cladr Rollinger on Wednesday) Dec. 14. There were nine members present, and they had a gift exchange and revealed who .their sister had besn for the year. The choir of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church was entertained at the home of the Milton Madisons on Wednesday eve nirag. Mrs. Madison who is the choir director entertains ths choir each year with a Christ mas party. Anna Sutton, 87, of Algona, dies Friday Anna M. Sutton, 87, Algona, died Friday, Dec. 16 at Park hospital, Mason City. She had been in ill health for two weeks. Funeral services will be today (Monday) at 2:00 p.m. at McCullough's funeral chaoel. ReV. William Noland will officiate. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Mrs. Sutton was born May 16, 1879 in Lannark, 111., the daughter of Jessie and Phoebe Bowman Hill. The family moved to Algona in 1889 and she had been a lifetime resident since that time'. Survivors include a son; Ken* neth. San Antonio, Texas, and a daughter, Bernice (Mrs. Raynond Alderson), Algona. i Her husband Jake preceded her in death in 1962. >Thr C<jf6oratioh has authority t6 is- Sue one thousand (1000) SHares of ho f>ar valu* stotk. The addres* of its registered office is 210 E. Oak Street, Koisuth County, Algono, Iowa: and the name of its registered agent at Such address I* Donald 'The' names and addresses of the Incof- porators as designated In Its Articles ot incorporation are: Virgil Spencer, 605 Bell Court, Algona, <ossuth Couhty, lowd, and Donald R. Tietz, 2)0 E. Oak Street, Algona, Kos- Suth County, Iowa. The names and addresses of its directors as designated in the Articles of In* corporation are: Virgil Spencer, 60S Bell Court, Algona Kossuth County, Iowa; , Donald R. Tieti, 210 £. Oak Street Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa; Eldon J. Winkel, 621 E. Elm Street, Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa. BUILD-A-RAMA INC. By: Virgil Spencer 60S Bell Court Algona, Iowa President Published In the Atgona Kossuth County Advoheej Algona, Iowa Dec. 12 and 19, 1966. PERMASTAMP f» HANOI tf AMP Never necas an ink pad! Fast. Easy, Efficient, Can be custom o/deied to meet any size, shape of message r«- quifement, • PERMA-STAMP will reproduce colors, fine lines, small type faces, iogotypes -*• even photos — in trui, accurate detail. • ADVANCE Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank MONDAY, Bee. 19, t«M ALOOMA SIE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA Christmas begins tonight! ... wheWyou call the'folks to wish then} a Merry Christmas. A warm, relaxed chat by Long Distance is the ideal ,way to express your holiday good wishes —and rates are lowest after 8 every evening. Beat 'the Christmas' Day rush with' a pleasant tele*' . phone visit tonight! ' ALGONAN GRADUATES Mankato — Dianne N. Malueg, Algona, received! a bachelor of science degi'ee in English at the fall commencement of Mankato.: State college Friday. ^ Centennial ;. The -Fayette County Union; newspaper is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. It was first published in 1866 at West Union and was founded; by William McClintock. ALWAYS PIRST QUALITY Legal Notices NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF BUILD-A-RAMA INC. Notice is hereby given > that a Corporation named Build-A-Roma Inc. hat LAST MINUTE GIFTS To forget To Apologize To save money To be unselfish To avoid mistakes To keep out of a rut To maintain a high standard To keep on keeping on To shoulder blame To be charitable BUT IT PAYS! For the utmost in Color TV dependability v ; \ * -* " - why not get the best ***'.•* •»** v.^ * "isrf * COLOR TV See the all-new Zenith stereo combinations. COLOR TV in table models, console and North Iowa Appliance Center > John Levy Phone 295-3818 Algona Iowa ... and may all your CHRISTM ASES BE BRIGHT! Delight Tier with Gaymode" Cantrece stretch nylon hosiery Sure to please all the gals on your list! Our own Gay- mode® Cantrece® stretch nylons cling to every leg contour — they won't sag or stretch out of shape. Yet, they're sheer as sheer can be with a delicately flattering matte finish. Proportioned lengths for better fit, too. 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