Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
Page 9
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tl AIM STEM BY JULIAN CHRISCHILLII (tan* * State Am*" IT S MUCH easier as a columnist to clip a humorous or interesting piece someone else has written and fill your al- loted space in the paper with it ... this we do today with the following words entitled, "Musings of a Good Father on a Bad Day" . . . author is unknown but we should credit Ray Stougaard of the Fairmont Sentinel for its use prior to our today's insertion: There's nothing sadder than a childless couple. It breaks your heart to see them stretched out relaxing around swimming pools in Florida, sitting all suntanned and miserable on the decks of their yachts, trotting off to Europe like lonesome fools. It's an empty life. There's nothing but more money to spend and more time to enjoy it. **""" The poor childless couple can't fight over a child's discipline, can't blame .each other for tneir child's nauseous characteristics and they miss all the fun of doing without for the child's sake. They go along from day to day — doing what they want, buying what they want and liking each other. It's a pretty pathetic picture. Everyone should have children. No one should be allowed to escape the wonderful experiences attached to each state of the devolpment of their young and its happy memories — the alert nights, coughing spells, debts, diaper deliveries, baby sitters, saturated mattresses, spilled food, tantrums, emergencies and never ending crisis. Then comes the fulfillment as the child grows like a little acorn and becomes a real nut. The wonder of watching your overweight ballerina making a fool of herself in a leotard.- The warm smile of a small lad with the sun glittering on 500 bucks worth of braces on his teeth, chomped to pieces by peanut brittle. How dismally vacant is the peaceful home without constant childish problems which make for a well rounded adult life .and an early breakdown — the tender, thoughtful discussions when report cards reveal the prodigy to be one step .below a halt-wit; the close knit family group making a mess around a fireplace to roast hot dogs and thumbs and new shoes. What a feeling of reward the first time you take the boy hunting. He didn't really mean to shoot you in the leg. The boy was excited. Remember how he cried? How sorry he was? How disappointed that you weren't a deer? These are . the moments a man treasures, captured forever in the heart— and in the. limp. What childless couple could ever share the stark drama of romantic adventure when their beautiful daughter elopes with the village idiot. Could a woman without children touch the strength of heroism of your wife as she tried to fling herself out of the bedroom window? It takes a father to attain the stature of standing by, ready and resolute to jump after THURSDAY, APRIL 29, IMS Titonka seniors to Minneapolis on "Skip Day" Titonka — The senior class of Titonka enjoyed their annual Skip Day Friday. They spent the night at the Curtis Hotel in Minneapolis and were there there both Friday and Saturday. They toured the Ford Assembly Plant, St. Paul, Minnehaha Falls, Comp Park Zoo, Southdale Shopping Center, Minn State Capitol, World-Chamber lain airport, Cinerama, and a shopping expedition or two They returned a tired but hap py group, about 11:00 p.m. Sat urday. Supt. and -Mrs. George Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Wil bur Sexton were chaperones nd bus driver. Members of the senior class are: Nicholas Alexander, Eddie Attig, Harley Beenken, Lennice Jilsdorough, Audrey Boelkes )orothy Brandt, Keith Brandt Verlus Berkhart, Vernon Burk lart, Joan Cosgrove, Sharon den, Carolyn Engelbarts, Lin da Fritz, Kathleen •Garman, Lanita Gingrich, Ardith Harms, David Iseorand, Bruce Kitzinger, Linda Krantz, Janice Larsen, regory Miller, Diane Moore, James Paulsen, Alfred Rode, James Rode, Mark Schroeder, Judy Seaberg, Ellen Smidt, Catherine Stecker, Lemont Stecker, Engaged MR. AND MRS, Clialmcr Read, Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter; Sherry Ann and Lee C. Lawsori son of Charles Lawson, Boone formerly Algona, and the late Mrs. Lawson. Miss Read ant Mr. Lawson attend the State University of Iowa, where she is affiliated with the Alpha Delta Pi social sorority and he with the Delta Sigma Pi professional fraternity. Monday evening at the Dwight Garret home. Election of offi was held with the following people elected for the coming ('ear: pres., Mrs. D. Garret; sr. /ice, Mrs. A. Boclkcs; jr. vice, Ars. V. Spear; treas., Mrs. C. Akkerman; chaplain, Mrs. M. {arms; conductress,. Mrs. A. Baadc; guard, Mrs, E. Gerdis; rustee, Mrs. D. Gerdis. Titonka Federated Club met on Thursday evening at the lome of Mrs. A. Rode. Mrs. C. F. Callies showed slides on Arizona and California where they visited this past winter. James Rode played a piano solo. The American Legion Auxiliary met on Friday for an all day work meeting at the Pete Haines home. The Junior Auxiliary met on Thursday, April 15, and made Easter favors for the Good Sa Imaritan Home at Algona. Hos tesses were Sydelle and Cindy Harms. I Titonka Woman's Club met on ^Thursday evening at the home ;of Bonno Schutter. A trave logue, "Canada", was presented tended morning worship services at the Lutheran church in Etmore, Minn, on Sunday. In the afternoon they attended the observance of the silver wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs". Keith Polton. Mrs. Eden and Mrs. Polton are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harms are the parents of a daughter, " 1 ammy Linn, born March 30, nd weighing in at six pounds, randparcnts arc Mr. and Mrs. Argil Hccsch and Mrs. Margart Harms. Kathleen Eden, student at A.mes, and Sylvia Eden, teacher t Davenport, were both at the )arcntal Erwin Eden home iver Easter. VV. J. Anderson, St. Louis 'ark, Minn., visited his sister, Vlrs. M. Schroeder and mother, tfrs. Tanna Anderson from Thursday evening until Saturday evening. He attended the wedding of his nephew in Fort [)odge on Friday evening. On Saturday he and his sister visited their aunt, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, at Jackson, Minn. chanan, David Passmore, John 160 — Mrs. Clara Johnson, a Plait, Terry Powell, and Jerry Raney. From Burt: Jane Mitchell; Cylinder, Randall Berkland and Bruce Goddard; Lakota, Albert Becker; Swea City, Ronald Linde; West Bend, Sharon Rolfson and Kathryn Shoemen. resident of the Moss nursing home in Onawa, observed her 100th birthday on March 30. She was born in 1865 in Ohio aftd came in a covered wagon to Council Bluffs. A son, Everett J. Johnson, lives in Blencoe. by Mrs. Homer Downs and Mrs Henry Orthl gave a number Peace Garden." Federation Jews and notes was given by Irs. A. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden at Richard Thomas, Roger Tjarks, Patricia Welander and Betty Wenger. AUXILIARY ELECTS The V.F.W. Auxiliary met,on her. You realize that after all, your baby girl is a woman with the mind of a pigmy. The childless couple lives in a. vacuum. They fill their lonely days with golf, vacations, dinner dates, civic affairs, tranquility, leisure and money. There is a terrifying emptiness without children and the childless couple is too comfortable to know it. You have to look at them to see what the years have done. He looks boyish, unlined and rested. She looks slim, well groomed and youthful. It isn't natural. If they had kids, they would look like the rest of us — tired, grey, wrinkled and sagging. In other words — Normal. **•**•»/•/»/•• ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY WHEN YOU SHOPPED TODAY...DID YOU GET TO PENNEY'S ANNUAL Many from area honored at SUI Iowa City — More than 1,250 students at the University will be recognized for outstanding academic achievement at an Honors Convocation May 1. These students have a 3.0 (B) or higher grade point -average. Students who will be recognized from this area are: Algona, Kathryn Bay, Glenn Bu- May Baskets F RILLY ANCY USSY Pkg. of 8 29e Medium Site 2 for 15c Large Site I0e Fresh Cooked Peanuts Lb. 39c - BRACK'S WRAPPED CANDY Large Selection .......... Lb. 29c ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY 'A \\ V I <-;>> /** V,. .* IN; V ^ •>/\ r # INSTANT DECORATING ... BOSSA NOVA BATH ENSEMBLES! 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