Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1965
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+11H t I'H H'H H H Ml H < 1M i IH I H H H I < I H*l in my VE/NS" §y MARIAN INMAN +111 H H4-N4-H H > H i I i i 111111111 H H > H I H > 11 Mil ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCI-5 THURSDAY, MARCH 11, IMS Well, March has come roaring in like the proverbial lion, And even though he may decide to go out roaring instead of meekly like a lamb, let him. He is really a bully you know and it will be his last roar for this year. Then April showers will bring May flowers, and if the showers are a bit snow like they are moisture and will bring the greening. Last evening I had a phone call from Shirley Renger Licktieg of Algena. We discussed tour dough bread, the weather and past 4-H day*. Shirley was net in club while I was leader but the girl* met here occationally and the remembered the good timea and the home made bread. It Wat to pleatant te hear her nice young voice and I am to proud of her, the bake* all the bread they eat. ;' When the song, "Catch a Falling Star", was being sung '^everywhere several years ago 1 remember telling a " youth group to catch all the stars they could and fiem in their pockets for a rainy day. So many things irs to tuck away for rainy days. Smiles, kind deeds, favors and the like. Shirley's call on Sunday night rtstar that brightened my evening and I was glad that any little kindness I had done for her was tucked in my pocket, to pull out and enjoy on an otherwise lonely evening. l; l believe in the joy of our everydays. I believe in the beauty of humble ways. I believe that in sharing and caring and giving, we reach the heart of life's living. Fast and abstinence are excellent lenten penances. We can also gain merit by doing for a religious reason some of the not-so-pleasant tasks of our everyday life. Like attending meetings of our farm organization and other groups we belong to, discuss farm problems without losing our temper, write a letter to our congressman, volunteer for some civic task and remember to smile. As soon as the snows melt is an appropriate time to begin a clean-up project on our farms end city lots. Besides being a morale booster, this is also a safety measure.' , Weren't you proud to read the story of the farmer's night school of Algona as written by Glenn Cunningham for the Sunday Register? Nice to have our farmer's, night school used as being typical of such schools over the state. We can be very proud of our Mr. George Sefrit who instructs this class and did you note that these schools are a regular part of the work of an instructor in vocational agriculture in high school. There's no extra pay. Brotherhood week'is not long past. Remember it was not for just a week but to emphasize a year round program, aimed at achieving a lasting peace through brotherhood. There . is a further purpose to promote justice, understanding and co-operation among Protestants, Catholics and Jews. The long-range objective is to finally eliminate in- tergroup prejudices which disfigure and distort religious, business, social and political relations, and thus to establish a social order in which the religious ideals of brotherhood and justice shall become the standards of human relationships. The first Friday in Lent is observed as "World Day, of .Prayer." It's purpose is to unite the peoples of the world in a spiritual fellowship. •I v - .•, .•>''r ,. "Prayer is so simple ., ,, ' , : - *It is like quietly opening a door And slipping into the very presence of God; ;; -I- There in the stillness to listen to his voice; :" Perhaps to petition Or only to listen; It matters not; . Just to be there '•': In His presence is prayer." ';••, March is the designated month for Red Cross fund raising. You will soon be asked by one of your neighbors who' has volunteered for this, so make your contribution. "Give plenty of What is given to you, listen to pity's call; Don't think the little you give is great, and the much you get is small." We hear and read so much these deys in favor of or against the black lace mesh stockings. I for one like them and wear them. They remind me of the lace stockings we wore when I wes growing up. But these are nicer and finer, those of yesteryear were coarse and the lace pattern more open. When I was growing up, my lovely Aunts Elizabeth, Anna and Barbara wore large hats with beautiful ostrich plumes. I remember how just looking at them in longing and admiration I held my head and actually felt the lovely creation upon it. I longed to hurry and grow up so I could really wear a hat with a plume. And sad to say, they have never been worn since. Another dream that never materialized. But then and all I enjoyed the dream, and who knows, they may come back yet. I can at least tuck a small one on Grandmother Remley's little chiffon bonnet which I treasure and come bobbing toward you. Meanwhile, keep the nice letter* coming. I can't answer all of you personally but 111 do my best to mention you in the column. I do appreciate the ideas and suggestions as some weeks my ideas are slow in originating. Your help makes this such a friendly adventure, Quiet minds cannot be perplexed or frightened, but go on in fortune or misfortune at their own private pace, like a clock during a thunderstorm. Robert Louis Stevenson. IN ARMY TRAINING fhe Truman Johnsons have re< ceivcd an address for their son ferry who is in boot training in Missouri. Me enlisted in January, fhe address is Pvt. ferry L. Johnson, NG 27375170, Co. A 4BN 3rd Trn.; Port Leonard Wood, Mo. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Burt MM. George Hawcett »+eeeeeeeeeeeeaeaeeaeeea Girl Scout meeting scheduled for March 4 after school was postponed to March 11. fhe girls are making tray favors for the rest homes. Mrs. H, J. Lacy was a medical patient at St. Ann hospital sev eral days. Corwith Mri. Harry L, MAW »eeeeeeeee»»e»e»»»»»»+«« The Marvin Solans, Glen Sloans, John Oxleys attended a house warming Saturday evening at Clarion for the Andy testers for the birthday of the Sloan twins, Jeff and Beth. Sunday guests of Mrs. Emma Oxley were Mrs. Harold Oxley, Mrs. Bernice Oxley and Walter Knolls, Kanawha. Mrs. Abbie Bush and Mrs. Don Clark were callers. The John Mullins returned Friday from 6 weeks in Arizona and California. The Tom Meyers moved last Wednesday to a farm they purchased near Hampton. The John Vosses, Jr., visited Thursday at Joe Ezafski's. fhe Jeffy Ofays, foes Moines, attended the funeral of her *fandfather, George Cink, Wesley, Saturday. They also visited his father George Gray. Carol Ezafski, Mason City, spent the weekend with her parents, the 4oe Ezarskis. Patty Puffer, Algona, spent last week with her grandparents, the Phil Puffers. Her parents, the Jerry Puffers came for her Saturday. The Oral McCulloughs took three grandchildren home to Cherokee Sunday. The Albert Fishes visited the Fred Marks home Sunday. The DeSarts, Lake City, spent the weekend with her father, Lou Schaller. The Ross Finches, Fred Bus- selts, Canada, Kenneth Birds, Britt, Lee Williams and William Erdmans were Tuesday guests at Lloyd Fletcher's near Kanaw- ha. ' ' fhe Cecil Glawes and George Glawes were Sunday guests at Dennis Glawe's. D.V.T. club met Friday with Mrs. Earl Wilhitc, Mrs. Warren Mclntire assisted. The Emil Petersons, Hutchlns, visited Friday with Mrs. Emma Oxley. The Robert Arnclorfers had their 500 club Sunday. High score went to Bud and Wilma Arndorfer, low to Bob and Bcr- nice Mayer, and rtavct to Harold Thill. The Elwood Gearys visited Sunday at Charpcl Hauswirth's. Vcrn Nims was released Wednesday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. The Dale Yeomans visited Sat urclay at George Yeoman's, Britt. The Lee Williams visited Sunday with the Harold Trcttens at Rockford, and her mother Mrs Lillian Mastcrson, Mason City. GREATER AMPLIFIER RELIABILITY! SPACE AGETCHHOLOGY USED TO CREATE A BRAND NEW HEARING AID! *' "Arcadia" New "Arcadia" Is Zenith's .tiniest behind-the-ear hearing aid- tho first hearing aid in the world with the exclusive Micro tithic amplifier. Weighs only 'A ounce with battery. 6 transistors for better performance. "Tele-Touch" feature lets you switch quickly from telephone to normal conversation*. Authorized Dealer RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY Algona, Iowa HE AOINO AID « :;s«^^ 4-H club news VMpim^ CRiSCO CHUMS Cresco Chums met Feb. 27 at Martin Meelhause's. Sheila Frideres gave the 4-H pledge. The meeting which was cancelled was set for March 22. Demonstrations were given by Mary Besch, Susan Smith, Marilyn Roethler, and Virginia Roethler. One of the earliest books discussing the probability of life on other worlds was written & bout 300 years ago. CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating t Fill if 'vice f Competitive Rates • Pfptntibit FUNK Plumbing & Heating tt * MMttii tttttm* mtwt M it t »•»» Girl Scout Week March 7-13,1965 'You con count on the Girl Scouts" YES, YOU CAN COUNT ON THE GIRL SCOUTS LEARNING, WORKING, LIVING TO BUILD A BETTER ALGONA ! ! Girl Scout Week March 7-13,1965 WtLH MARCH 7-13 Time to pay special honor to the Girl Scouts for their high standards, earnest efforts and fine accomplishments. This week, and every week, remember that they arc counting on you to do your part, through your support and encouragement of the Girl Scout Program. the Girl Scout Promise On n4 hone*, I wMI try t to do my duty te God . : .and my country. To help other people at all times. Te obey the Girl Scout Lew. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH **, „ H. ,f - . .. , ., M - ., hi i (• . .1 , .- M .. . . I •» H - '' AMMftAAMMMMMMMMAAAMMMA the Girl Seoul Laws... 1. A Girl Scout's honor is to be trusted. 2. A Girl Scout is loyal. 3. A 'Girl Scout's duty is" to be useful and to help others. 4. A Girl Scout is a friend to all and sister to every othor Girl Scout. 5. A Girl Scout is courteous. 6. A Girl Scout is a friend to animals. 7. A Girl Scout obeys orders. 8. A Girl Scout is cheerful. 9. A Girl Scout is thrifty. 10. A Girl Scout is clean in thought, word and deed. AAAAAAAAAAAAAA* THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED OY THESE COMMUNITY-MINDED ALOONA MERCHANTS iii Algona Insurance Agency "Complete Insurance Service For You" JIM KOLP, Owner 5 3176 COWAN CORP. "Formerly Heady-Mix Concrete ft Lumber Co." S-524* Algona Foster Furniture "Home of Quality Furniture" 553*4 Algona HARRISON'S "Algona'* Largest Variety Store" 5-2553 Algona Home Federal SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. "For Home Loans Qf All Kind*" 5-3545 Algona NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO "Complete LP & Natural Gas Service" Schultz Bros. Garage "Dealers For Buick, Pontiac & Cadillac Cars" 5-3591 Algona TAYLOR IMPL, CO. "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters" 5-2467 Algona Algona GAMBLES "The FrjendJy Store" J. C. Penney Co. Universal Mfg. Co. "Always Interested In The Young People" 5-3557 Algon* Weidenhoff Corporation "Anniversary Sale Now In Progress" §•1130 AI 9° na "Building A Better Algona" ?95-?456 ALGONA

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