Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1965
Page 11
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"INK in my VEINS' By MARIAN INMAN Hello, from my snow mountains to you from yours. This is really something, isn't it? My daughter from California called me saying, "Mother, we are hearing terrible things about your weather, why aren't you here? When are you coming? Many things have delayed me and if I wait a bit onger. it Will be storing here. Even now. if you listen closely, spring is pushing the earth into readiness. The seed eataloos never ha.Ve been more entrancing. I pore over them and dream. This is when I do mv best oardenina. Not a w*ed in siqht — onlv lovely bloorfs. Ev«n as I hear th* wi»d talkinct to himself Jn a ioucl voice, I am not worried. For he is blowino .iwny winter and soon violets will bloom where snows lie deepest. Whpn 1 visitH mv daughter in Birmingham. Alabama. rretje Mvrt.lp,-tjip War O f the south was in bloom . a thins of beautv. a joy to behold. I Wonrfcred if we could stow it in th^ North and this year I -see it oictur»d in several spf>d catalogs, so I am pnhig to trv at least one bush this v«ar. The Ptirserv men say thpv need the same care here in the North TV* roses. I have not been too successful with roses, much as I love them but I will give it a try. I not* that NMional Crime-Prevention Week is qain- inn in int»rp«t and observance. It beqins with the recond $iind*v in F-^ruarv. The purna*e is to sducnte the Am*rir»rt ouhlir »e th* or«at need for v«»r..»round crinv>. prevention activifioft. l» ha* been said that he who does not prevent a crime when he can, entourages it. From the manv crimes beinp committed each dav. sfloms we need a lot of educating. P.rirn.e cannot be dastroved nnlPKs oeonl;° For°eo tn.p.ir l.axHv. their ease, and their complacency, and .'make .the demand. Just the other dav the new*naper« carried the story o* th« mother whose vouno babv sitter dauohter wcs rrnollv murdered. urnino action to brinci this kilter off the «tre*»ts *o h* r»n Ho nn more wrona. Sh» w«s tr«>nq to i»rov«« honpst tnrlinnatinn on th«« oart of the ouhlie. It reminrf<»d me o* »h« ovina af Solon. th«* wine man of A*h«nc. who w** ast-H how crime eo"'d n«««!H|y he ?hol- i»hed in «nv *»at«. Hi* answer w>«. "It wj|| be ahal<*hed, wh»n th«« wh« »r» n«» wronqed feel the same indignation as those who are." Herbert Hoover once «nid "The cur» of a ear raster is a ttioncnnfj fimos rnr>ro pvnanci"o <liqn th« rl'vor^iou f>f n hov pivpv from 3 pancr" Whpn t.ViP nliahlp twtpr o^ vonth is bfi"t in fip direction of pvil it is r»°rbans ""t so t»vnVi what we Vinve rlono oc what wa Viavo nnt donp W° ehnn'M oivp TiTire jilt^n>;«-, t^ tv-o Viicrh chair, then we can let cobwebs grow on the electric chair. Father James Keller said, "One of the best wavs to MONDAY, FEB. 22, 1365 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVAN^fe—5 9«t rid of weeds is to plant something in the.i 1 the great n««d, therefore, is to ehcourags p«opl« with good ideas to ga into the market-bNce rather than fi *one«ntrate toe much on driving out those with tvit (t* With so much crime about, there rn'ist be a preat in our pocietv and this we must try to do eomqthiiia abotit. Our first answer to every Problem is legislation. We know we do tip°d laws to keer) order. But legislation to dditl* trol or to punish crime is not all of the answer. What WCfe the causes that led to the crime. This is where we frttlst work. If we can correct. «nme of this we will not have the crime to deal with, and this is true in most cases. We exnect our tf.hools to do what we have not been doinq to the hioh chair. And when the school* uoe disel« oline we should not flv into a tantrum and evok* th« Uw. Our role then is to back up our school* and MM thi« verv disciolin*> p»i<«ode as an example to erase hat* *nd oreitidieo. and develon a deep source of the spiritual. Help guide their feet to the right path. Our youth are our most imoortant crorx We must see that this croo is weli c'iU'"nt.ed if we exoect to reao a valuable harvest. I likp to think of this harvest as of double- cron value. First, what, w« nroduce in the youth, and second, what the vouth helos produce for us. One collects dividends only on investments. We do not start oarlv enough to instill In our youth. a son«« o* r*>«nnn!«ibilitv for what haooens to thom.. W« h*v»»n't hMned t««m rernoniie the- times when they ha.v« th0 riaht to h*> diffarant from the crowd. A« *n fixampl*, if some must drive lik» rrazv and endanger life they. no»d net Ho likewise. As ritir-ns thev must have resoeet for. thoir elders and nro«id« love and law* to care *or -them;. Th«it wh»n th°" h»ttl« *«r i« c ues, t« h<> 5ur« t.nat the»f issues are worth struaolinq for. That, we need ever so oft«»ri to t?k>» «»«rt. what and where we are, wh«n and, where we can do better. Thev set UD the loom to weave the taoostrV of their life as soon as we nroduce them. We heln them pull out the threads for th^ir earlv wpnvinp. Thread-; out of evervday in the rrad' 0 aid iii?h chair age. Here thev learn to t.hemsplvot; t.Vrn'io 1 ! ns. AVe have not alwavs realized bow irnnortant. thp"" ""ir-* threads are. T,ov° of God. of oar- onf.;. of fonntrv. Threads of love and discipline that make them feel secure. tn«ir ninn, »h«»m I rha"«~r»« wn-i »o make a or*at 5nv««tm»nt in na 0 n|o. H«lo them ehoo«» such iolar*nl threads far ' fa tapestry <•« oood thinking, ioundn«>«,s of nlasi- tn envision nnals, information tk*t v^ill h»lo the onnnrtuni»ies and respon«ihiliti«>s o* Vtfe, th«ir *«li*»w man. snrl th* stranqth t,o ; n order that they can make America what, <he deserves to be. CLEAN RAGS WANTED AT THE ADVANCE , Monday' February 22 GET YOUR BARGAINS HERE STORES OPEN 9a.m. To 9p.m. Shop our Fabrics Department for the Newest in Spring Materials. Each day new fabrics are arriving, making this department one of the most complete fabrics departments in the territory. Specials for this event: PRINTED SAIL CLOTH . . . 77cyard 38 inches wide, combed cotton sail duck sportswear fabric SPORTSWEAR PRINTS . . . 57c yard 36 inches wide, corded weave, first quality New Patterns Tarry Kitchen Towels Clever Designs for the Kitchen. Regular 49c value. 3 for J T Printed BATN TOWELS New Rose Scroll print Cannon Towel, 22 x 44, Three colors, 77< each Special Thermo Weave BLANKETS 72 x 90 inches Many colors only '4.77 Special Blazer Stripe BLANKETS 72 x 90 94% Rayon, 6% Cotton 2.99 Pastel Colors Cotton Sheet Blankets 70 x 90 inches Regular $2.49 value only 1.99 Y«rd Good* Remnant* V? prift Final Clearance All Ladies Winter Coats and Dresses Greatly Reduced. Nst many left but a real Value now en whit we have. New SPRING SHOES arriving each week, Shop our Shoe Department for Infant* and Children* Wee Walk. ers ( Step Masters for Boys and Girls, High Heel« anil Flats by William*. Qyr Children! Department if bubbling ever with freih, new item*. Dreisef by Ntnnette and CJjidtrtJli. Ntw Spring Ceat*, Spring Hat*, Sport*wear, fuster irown, and many many more name brand linef. Brinf the yeuftffifrf t« Grahams todiy for i complete selection of fresh Spring Line*,. FINAL CLEARANCE OF All ODDS AND ENDS One Rack Ladies Sportswear on ielcony. One Rack Girls, Presses, Skirtf* Swt«ttff Childrtn'f Department More item* added to oyjr la*ement Qne Half Price Sale — Lingerie, ghjjcjf itemf, gift itemf, etc. OUR ANNUAL WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY - PRICES GOOD MONDAY FEB. 22 only Plastic Gadget Sale Everyday items including measuring cup, scoop, funnel, measuring spoons, sink stoppers, bowls, butter dish, cups, left overs, plate scrapers, etc. YOUR CHOICE, EACH ... VALUES T029c 9c Infantwear Sale Seconds of a FAMOUS BRAND NAME LINE. You'll recognize the garments on sight. Exceptional values, be here early Monday for this one! SOX 4 pair POLO SHIRTS and CARDIGANS • 5 Styles • Values to 1.99 99c SILKEN DELIGHT FOAM BATH OIL 4 Scents Handy Plastic Jug Vi Gal. Container 99c TEA TOWELS Large Site — Hemmed 3 for 66c WOMEN'S HAIRBRUSH Assorted Colon 37c Jumbo Plastic 46-Qu-3rt WASTE BASKET 3.49 Value — Rectangular Assorted Colors 1.47c AFTER DARK SPECIALS-PR ICES Good from 7 to 9 p.m. LAD16S I mm MIRROR I CLOTHES HANGER B "' h ' Ch «<"*» »H.rdwood PEANUT • swivei°rop CLUSTERS LB. 47< All Stxoi ~ Black or White Rag. 1.98 Z-Sidod — Atoortod Cobra 66c BIRTHDAY WASHINGTON Zebco Rod & Reel Reg. S20.90 •8.88 Sofa Chair Covers Reg. $4.99 1.98 Teflon IRONING BOARD Pad & Cover 68c Teflon Fry Pan 10-Inch 1.99 WEST BEND COFFEE MAKER IMMERSIBLE $ Reg. $16.95 5.88 Dinette Chairs 4.44. 6 Pe. Steak Knife Boot Caddy 88c 25 H. Trouble Lamp HedBiaV BATTiRY OPERATED Toothbrush 3.99 Heat Lamps 59c Cookie Jars Reg. 89c 39 c ea cut yourself a slice of COAST-TO-COAST STORE E*WaH,OwMf A •

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