Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1965 · Page 11
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I 1 1 M M 1 1 j ; H j | ¥l (.ji.i..i..f.. H "INK In my VEINS" By MARIAN INMAN Htl-t-t-it-l Mi t i4*M.*.J4-H H H I HI) H 4H H M 1 H j H | ft World good wilt day, originally known as "Peace Day," is observed annually w\ May 18. this date marked the opening in 1899 of the first Hague Peace Conference. It has, in recent years, received comparatively little attention. I visited the Peace Palace in the Hague an Sept, 5, 1950 when I went to Europe at a delegate from Iowa Farm Bureau Women to the Associated Countrywomen of the world conference held that year in Copenhagen. We learned that the peace -palace was started by the tizar of Russia in 1899 and was finished/in 1913 by gifts from many countries. Carneeie donated one and a half million dollars to help build it. There is a huge bust of black Russian marble, with a fan light and iron grill doorway. The sun shines through Belgian glass. On one of the vast stairways stands a statue of Christ of the Andes. There is a new statue of Justice, no sword or scales in hands, no blind eyes, rather a statue of youth with open eyes and hands outstretched. This statlie was given by the United States to the Peace Palace. Here the International Court of Justice holds ilts meetings. Words on the floor in latin, say, "Sun of Justice Shine on us." And still we seek peace and why I ask can we not achieve it? No peace will ever be successful if we merely sign peace treaties. Peace must be an everyday living reality. It must be made of the stuff df brotherhood, of humbleness, of trust in God, of walking in one another's shoes. No bands, no trumpets, simply unexciting everyday living. Milton S. Eisenhower' once said, "Genuine peace is not a negative thing. Tt is not merely the absence' of open warfare. Rather it is a positive program .having four component parts, no one of .which can be ignored. The components are economic cooperation, political cooperation, controlled power to enforce, and genuine understanding among peples." To me the latter is most important. We can have the other components, sign all the treaties we want but to carry them out we must have genuine understanding among peoples. And where do we start? Right here and now in our homes, our communities, developing the feel of brotherhood and understanding of each other. Then our attitude will spread out into our state and nation and our world. But first we must have the firm foundation right here in our everyday living. Citizenship day known alternately as "l-Am-An-American Day, is designed for the* third Sunday, in May by a Congressional resolution passed in 1940. the .original act specifies the day as a public occasion for the recognition of those persons who have come of age, or become naturalized citizens during the preceding twelve months. We in Kossuth can be proud of our two new citizens, Mrs. Inge Str&yer and Mrs. Helena (Alfred) Schultz. It has been said that citizenship is not. a passport giving the right to shelter under the umbrella of the state, rather it is a share certificate in going enterprise, the biggest and best of all enterprises. There are 3 R's of citizenship, rights, respect and responsibilities. A group of second grade students once wrote a letter to General Dwight Eisenhower, asking 'how they could be better citizens. His answer: "A full and complete letter on how to become bettar citizens would, require many hours of preparation and composition. I can only make one brief suggestion, tackle every task, every, day as If, it were the most important of your life." ' W6rTd"Trade Week comes ih" here the latter part of May and simply reiterates what we have, been saying about peace through understanding and brotherhood. We are citizens of a nation that can no longer live apart from the rest of the world and the benefits of trade need no armies. She of the open soul and open door, • With room about her hearth for all mankind. • - — James Russell Lowell, I am home from school today and while I must wash more of the soot smoked dishes and do a few more curtains, I mean to take time out to discover some of the magic of spring. Trees and bushes are leafing out, the lilac buds are showing color and many of the plants (thought were winter killed are peeking through the moist earth; Looking out of the window this morning I saw my friendly rabbit, he to whom I have given a healthy diet of tulip salad this spring. He just wiggled his ears and wrinkled his nose at me in a very nonchalant manner. . I'll do my work first artd then I'll go out of doors to soak up some of the beauty of God's world and dream as my imagination takes wing to far off lands. And no matter where I may journey in dream, no matter:what worries the day may bring, growing things will soothe the irritations and after the long day, as darkness comes down around me I'll know it covers only safe, well loved and familiar things. Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything that is beautiful, for beauty is God's handwriting, a wayside sacrament. Welcome it in every fair face, in every fair sky, in every flower, and thank God for it as a cup of blessing. —Emerson. USE ADVANCE WANT ADS Wesley cemetery to be enlarged and improved Wesley — All of the trees have been removed from the St. Joseph's cemetery and the fence along the west and north sides taken out. The LeRoy Rickes have given an acre of ground on the north side of the cemetery to the parish. A nev road will be laid out around the whole plot and all will be re- fenced. SCHOOL CLOSING DATES Eighth grade pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school will visit the Garrigan high school Monday. The final exams will be given at the local parochial school May 24-25; the annual picnic will be May 26 with a film shown to the boys and girls. May 28 report cards will be given out after the mass that morning. ATTEND WEDDING The Wm. Hrubes family at- ended the wedding of his nephew Robert Formanek and Val Church, Hayfield, May 8, at the Catholic church in Duncan. Brian Hrubes was an attendant and Wilma Hrubes hac the guest book. AT ALGONA WEDDING The Paul Grandganetts and Mrs. George Cink attended the wedding Saturday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church of Phyllis Metzen and Bill Robinson. He is a grand nephew of Mrs. Cink and a cousin of Paul. A large crowd attended the Mother's breakfast in the St. Joseph's parish hall after the 8 o'clock mass Saturday. It was sponsored by the CDA. Mrs. Laura Richter was presented a gift for being the oldest mother in attendance and Mrs. Larry Flaherty, the youngest mother. The May 25 meeting will be election of officers. The George Wellicks, Britt, John Bauers and Wm. Hrubeses were Sunday guests at the parental R. C. Bauer's. The Wm. Hrubes visited his father, Ed Hrubes, Duncan, at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday. He had been a surgical patient there two weeks. Mother's ,Day guests at .,the parental Vic" Loebig's' were 'the Larry Cooks, Spencer, and the Ken Rasmussens, Forest City. The Franklin Foxes were Mother's Day guests of her parents, the Fred Baades, Titonka. Carol Root, Cedar Rapids spent, the Mother's Day weekend at the parental L. T. Root's. The Everett Ackersons and Mrs. Viola Studer were breakfast guests at G. M. Studer's, Algona, after the 7:30 mass Sunday for the latter couple's son Patrick, one of 74 who received their first holy communion in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Fred Bonn, Berkeley, Calif., is spending some time in this area with relatives and friends and looking after his land. He and trailer house are parked in Algona. The Jack Vitzthums operate his farm. Mother's Day guests at the parental Andrew Reisings were the Alvin Edens, Woden; Lyle Huffs, Boone; Jim Reisings, Garner; Tom Reisings, Bode; and the Zeno Reisings, Cletus and Philip Studers, Wesley. Bob Olson, son of Mrs, Emma Olson, began construction work at Omaha, last week. The James Bishops, Marion, and Roland Kouski's, Des Moines spent the Mother's Day weekend at the parental, Herman Wise's. The John Paulsons went to Cedar Falls May 8 for the Mother's Day weekend with their daughter, Joyce at State Col- ege. They were accompanied by he Theron Hansens who vis- ted their son, the Valgene Hansens, Cedar Falls, Larry Fox, Britt, was speaker Sunday in the Methodist church. The Rev. H. U. Smiths plan to return from their vacation in time for services next Sunday. The Stan Johnsons, Cold Springs, Minn., have a boy born May 8, making them a family of 6 sons and a daughter, The Johnsons are former Wesley and Britt residents. The J. T. Meurers were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Don Vogel,. .Lohfyille, for he first holy commuftioh of 'anelle Vogel. The Vogels had 7 guests. Corwith Mr*. Harry L, Maw Vickie Fisher was a Friday overnight guest of Jean Weber at the Frank Weber home. Cindy Bilbrey was a member of the 1965 capping class held n the Arbor room of the' Hotel Kirkwood, DCS .Moines. Cindy was one of nine to be capped as a certified Dental Assistant Sunday, May 2, Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Geary of Fonda, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald eary and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Geary and family of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Geary of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Geary and Bob of Owatonna, Minn, were Sunday guests at the Elwood Geary home. Mrs. Elmer Marr and Mrs. Vi<, ola Brown visited Mrs.' Chris Pederson at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge on Friday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Gaylen Bunting of Mason City and Mrs. Ira Bunting of Clear Lake visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Halverson at Thompson. A group of relatives had a shower on Saturday evening at the Grace Baptist church for Miss Joan Olson of Forest City, who Will become the bride of Robert Stroup in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr and Mrs. Viola Brown were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Stroup home in Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of Industry were Saturday overnight guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. Viola Brown, and on Sunday they spent.the day with their son and family Chares Brown in Mason City where the Harm Terhafk family and also the Fred Terhark family of Fertile were also guests. Mrs. Orvila Twaitcs of Grand Rapids, Mich., spent last week Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean attended the funeral Monday at. Goldfield of Mrs. Harry Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Grain spent Mother's Day in Lohrville with his mother, Mrs. C. E. Cram and the Dick Morris family. Mrs. Allen Croonquist and children of Moorland. Mrs. Gerald Richardson and Mary of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. William Fett and family of LuVerne were Sunday afternoon and eve ning guests at the Albert Fish home. Mr, and Mrs. Art Kraft and family of Renwick, Mrs. Gary Reynolds of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Keith Gregory and family of Eagle Grove were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at ;he Charles Hamm home. Alta fionker of Mason City spent Sunday and Monday with icr sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fatka. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marr of Knoxville spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Slmer Marr. Mr. and Mrs. David Pals, Susan and Debbie of Cedar Falls, visited Sunday afternoon and were supper guests with Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Studer of DCS Moines were overnight guests Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erdman. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean and Mrs. Dora Deah were Sunday guests at the Neil Johnson home in DCS Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Sr. of Humes ton were also guests. Mrs. Emma Oxlcy was a Sun- clay dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erdman. Mrs. John Drummond and family and Mrs. Leo Elbert visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Elbert's mother, Mrs. Mary Hanson at Fcnton. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANC6—2 M6NBAV, MAY I? THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embahners and Funeral Directors . RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonfl 33 — FENTON R1NGST2D PHONES: 21C07 — 21006 ~ 60406 Above all, your wedding reflects you, fjQWfl to the smallest detail. When chopsjog the bridal stationery for your wedding needs, let our services gni$}e you. Advance Publishing Go. "JUST EAST OF MUSCULAR AGNES-PAINS Take PRUVQ tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and p,ains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumhaeo, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back At all drug counters. HQNSBRUCH DRUG Atyona, |ow§ St. John's High School of Bancroft „ . . „ .„ ^^.^^^^JSL-sra E Twr.r ^.*™"~ ' t-,»- -v-rm" .<wp>i ' ' ^.-> - Left to right, Donald Menke, Anne Marie Walsh/Joseph Fox, Kristine McGuire, Donna Kayser, Pamela Kadow, Nancy Kollasch. ' ~" i» Ida* Left to right, Richard McCleish, Patricia Dudding, Thomas McCleish, Diane Vaske, Janice Schrandt, Patricia Lampe, Charles Schneider. ** / 'i-Ai' P- ^ trm mam mm M A Left to right, Duane Hutchinson, James Hauptman, Craig Hatlestad, Arliss Dorr, Eugene Meister, Richard Mescher, Joseph Wilhelmi. Left to right, Janice Menke, Robert Green, Mary Ann Meyer, Arthur Welp, Linda Goche, Gloria Faber, Thomas Goche. .-;•"« f />•*«?•" ' •* i > "^ ^p l*** Left to right, Paul Ulses, Joanita Meyer, Patrick Merron, Barbara Welp, Mary Susan Scbiltz, Joseph DeGeeter, Dorothy Rolling. WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT THESE 40 SENIOR PICTURES OF OUR 1965 ST. JOHN'S HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES! Left to right, Thomas Brink, Eileen Lynch, Stephen Brandenburg, Nancy Shillington, Joan Menke, Garry Funeral Home AND Home Furnishings A Bancroft Poofter WELP-LINE PULLETS DAY-OLD STARTED READY-TO-LAY HATCHING THE YEAR-ROUND ! ! ! Welp's Breeding Farm BANCROFT, IOWA Shillington Hardware BANCROFT, IQWA f FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES • HEAVY HARDWARE f SALES AND SERVICE Murray Grain Co. BANCROFT, IQWA "Hats Off To Our Seniors" FARMERS & TRADERS SAVINGS BANK - Bancroft "Beit Wishes To The Bancroft Seniors"

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