Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
Page 16
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»•*•••§•*»•««•*••»•••••• D. E. D. •••••••••••••••••••••A** SOME DAY when you're foci- ing sorry for yourself you can blame your troubles on your ancestors, who you can say arc really to blame for yon. But there's quite a group of them if you start figuring a bit. For instance there arc two parents, four grandparents, 8 great- grandparents, and so on. In fact in only 10 generations you have had 1796 ancestors. No doubt they arc a most notable crew, but in that number of people there are sure to be some odd balls which may account for your odd moments. At least you can blame it on them. And of course the men can always take great comfort in the fact that half of them were women on whom they can blame their foibles. Well, it's an interesting thought to go back to Adam and Eve — the pair that, started the whole mess, and how they got to your 1796 ancestors is quite a bit of doing. * -x- # THE EASTER season is also the silly season for a crop of younguns who go to Fort Lauderdale and otner tropic watering places to have a fling. The problem always is they have no restraint and instead of a fling have a flung right into the hoosegow. How this fad got started is a mystery, but it is highly probable that some sons and daughters supposed to be staying with a classmate somewhere in a sedate home are kicking up their heels on the benches. It's doubtful however any mental giants will come out of the crowd. . * * * THE POSTOFFICE depart- * ( . Wins $ 700 scholarship 8-ALOONA (low*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1965 and family and Margaret; Nielsen, all of Pocahontas, spent Easter Sunday at the parental Carl W. Nielsens. Baby Robert Lynch who was hospitalized several days at the Holy family hospital suffering with a severe case of the croup was brought home again on Monday. Little Robert is feeling much better. Easter Sunday guests at the Francis Sullivarts included their daughter, Shirley, who spent the week here from Briar Cliff College at Sioux City, also Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Iowa Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt of Lone Rock. Sunday evening guests included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Salic and Bernard and Tom Sullivan, all of Guckeen, Minn. WSCS circles reorganized in ledyard church Ledyard — The Circles of the Woman's. Society of Christian Service were reorganised at their meetings on Thursday. The Esther Circle met in the afternoon at the church with Mrs, Edward Looft as hostess and Mrs. Albert Looft in charge of the program. Mrs. Glen Burrow was elected chairman and Mrs. Cecil JPingel co-chairman, Mrs. Virgil Loucks, secretary- treasurer and Mrs. Hazel Carpenter, Christian Social Relations Committee member. The Mary Circle met in the evening at the church with Mrs. Lauren Thompson as hostess and Mrs. William Mather in charge of the program. Mrs. Everett Thompson was elected chairman and Mrs. Marion Burt co-chairman, Mrs. William Mather, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Alan Loucks, member of the Christian Social Relations Committee. All ladies of the church are to meet at the church on Thursday, April 29, in the morning to help clean the basement. The general meeting of the WSCS has bsen changed to Tuesday, May 11, at which time the tables will be decorated and arrangements made to serve the Sub-District Minister's dinner to be served on May 13. This will also be the annual pledge service. . COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE Mrs. Bierstedt to bead Fenton Woman's club Fenton — Mrs. ttilbert Bierstedt was chosen Wednesday evening to be president of the Fenton Women's club for the next year. Other new officers elected at the meeting are Mrs. Wilfred Stoebef, Vice-president; Mrs. Ed Meyer, secretary; Mrs. Ed Bfuhtti treasurer; and Mfs. Homer Matthiesetij historian, William Hantelmafi showed slides taken by his daughter, Susan, who is a nurse in a hospital in Eket, Nigeria. The slides were of Susan's work and surroundings. Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth was hostess, and was assisted by Mrs. Emil Weisbrod. 101-IOWAN PASSES — Mrs. Sarah Sipes, one of Seymour's oldest residents, died at the age of 101 there last month. CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating ; • Past Service •Compttitivt Rates • Dependable ; FUNK Plumbing & Heating South Dodge Algona MISS MARY Ann Arndorfer, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Ben Arndorfer, Britt, is pictured accepting a check for $100 from her sponsor, Dr. M. R. Baldwin of Algona. She was a second place winner in the 1965 Scholarship Essay Contest, conducted each .year by the Iowa Chiropractic Society.' The contest was open to all lowans arid the scholarship can be used at the college or university of the winner's choice. Mary'Ann is attending the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, majoring in Spanish. •.••-... Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft Mrs. Ted Jensen was hostess tel at Algona. Easter Sunday dinner guests of the C. 0. Baileys included their daughter and family, the Sheldon Merrills, Jr. of rural Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Patterson of rural Ringsted. Mrs. Clarence Menz entertained at a coffee party at her and Mrs. Arne Hansen, co-hos- home last Tuesday in obser- to me f ento.i 'iown and vance of birthday anniversary. Country Women's club which met last Tuesday afternoon at the Jensen home. Featured on the afternoon's program was a book review on religions of the ment is having a sad time with world, presented by Mrs. Stan- great amounts of tears shed oy- ( ley Hansen, a member of the Guests included'Mrs.' C. 0. Bailey, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Everett With'ani, Mrs. Mary Paulson of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, Mrs. Lyle England was unable to attend. This was a belated coffee party due to the er the plight. The Old Goat is Ringsted club. Mrs. Reno Busch, road conditions., at the time of of the opinion if they'd put the also a member of the Ringsted Mrs. Menz's actual' anniversary. Ringsted kibosh on all of that junk mail club was guest, During the busi- the department could get Aunt • ness meeting plans were corn- Susie's letter to you at nail Ihelpie'ted for the, Senior Girl's Tea cost and twice the speed. Nothing is more irritating than to get a nandful of mail and look through to find a letter and find nothing but a lot of junk stuff of interest only to the stupe who sent it. Ana along with that same deal is the habit of magazines with cards stapled in tnat won't bend and flip your page before you're reauy. Tne Old Goat has a practice of going through a magazine once and tearing out all that stutf and giving it the heave-ho into the basket without reading. * * * GOODNESS GRACIOUS I What in the world are the girls thinking about when they buy perfume? A casual glance at a counter showed such names as Ambush, My Sin, Intimate, Scandal, Love Pat, Tabu. It's enough to make a man blush. And what is a young fellow to think when his date shows up wearing Ambush?! Or maybe Intimate?! Well, anyway they didn't label it OUR Sin. # # * MAYBE THEME songs on the TV are great things, but the constant repetition is odious Most obnoxious of the bunch is the Cara Williams theme music sung with her name by what sounds like a sixth grade chorus. Another in the same class is the Candid Camera atrocity. And the introduction of Ed Sullivan as being LiyE leaves something to be desired. The same is true of the cigaret ditties which at first seemed pretty but now grind on the nerves until a person wants to scream. Phooey to the whole kit and ka- boodle. •W W 7f WITH SPRING around the corner <it's still April) and all the spring bugs about to come out it is a scientific note that there are 2500 kinds of ants. That's besides the pants kind. That probably however includes the kind the grasshopper got a bum deal from last fall when the cold came. The big problem seems to be a lack of anteaters. vr vr * SOMETHING'S wrong! Elvis Presley, the first of the hip swingers, demands $125,000 for a personal appearance on a TV program. He's in such a high tax bracket it takes that much so he'll have some left. On second ihoughi — maybe that tax date. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassell and sons were Sunday dinner which the club sponsors annual- guests at the Carl Duer home y and which will be held Tues- at Ringsted. Other guests inlay afternoon at the Algona Ho- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ducr and family !of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. John,Pendelton of Kansas City, Kansas; , Mr. and Mrs. Ordean Grant Illlilllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllll WANTED Carpenter Work • Repairing Jj • Painting CALL OR SEE . . . ,; HENBY (Hank) J9HINNSEN Ph. 295-5478 517 E. Lucat EXPERTS AT YOUR SERVICE See Ed for a free Bear alignment check after a hard winter ED RUHNKE — A Quality tune- up and Bear-trained alignment expert. A free alignment check is Ed's spring feature. 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