Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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"Part of Cold War" Miller tolls grads The contest for the minds and allegiances of today's youth is the greatest in history, Senator Jack Miller (R-lowa) warned Garrigan Catholic high school graduates Sunday afternoon. Speaking at commencement exercises, Senator Miller urged the graduates never to underestimate the seriousness of the responsibilities they now face. As part of the first generation of Americans to live entirely in the cold war era, he declared that they "face problems and decisions unknown to earlier generations." "Your decisions," he said, "will have to be faster, tougher and more accurate. You cannot afford to be half-informed on the issues, because if you are, you will be only half-equipped to meet the challenges to freedom and the American way of life." ' SENATOR Miller told the graduating class that "you are a part of a generation which will effect wide-spread changes in our social system." and add why order a factory air conditioned car when Mark IV cools better, installs and transfers when you trade, MARK IV MONITOR AUTO AIR CONPITIQNER Air Conditioners fully installed starting ft $260.00 D AITS GAR AGE FOR RED HOT DEALS IN CUSTOM CARCOOLIHQ cd: "The question you must sup* ply the answer to is: Will you work within the American sys* em to help it, or will you work outside of it and harm it?" He warned them to be wary of those who would work out' side the system in the name of 'social justice". Recognizing that "for too long t>asic rights and the equal protection of a minority oi our citizens have been denied," Senator Miller declared that some of the solutions being proposed come dangerously ciose to the 'end justities the means' doctrine. "WE CAN correct injustices through the use of proper means just as well as by the use of improper means. We can assure equal opportunities lor all of our citizens and a better way of life tor everyone within the American system if there is a public awareness of condi tions that need correction. But that awareness must be match ed by an appreciation for our American system and a willing ness to make it work." Senator Miller said that much of the recent unrest which has appeared on college campuses results from the lailure of individual students to do their own thinking and, as a result, being trapped into irresponsible action by self-proclaimed "lead! ers" who get their "kicks" out of the publicity which unfortunately is given them. "Anyone can get publicity if he makes a fool out of himself in public, but those who seek publicity for its own sake are too seliish to make good leaders," he said. iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin^ 4-H club news — -Mends y thru Wednesday "How The West Was Won" 7:30 only —Thursday thru Saturday "Guns At Batasi" 7:30 only "Taggart" at 9:20 only —Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Men Of Sherwood Forest" Plus 6 Color Cartoons — Sunday "My Bood Runs Cold" 1:30-3:10-4:55-7:05-9:20 — Monday thru Wednesday "My Bood Runs Cold" 7:25 - 9:35 "My Blood Runs Cold" opening Sunday at the Aigona Theatre. Mad Killer LuVERNE LIVEWIRES LuVerne Livewires held May meeting at Mrs. John Viss's Jr. A talk was given by Phyllis Blumer. Demonstrations were given by Jane Schnetzer and Zelda Witzel. Reporter Teresa Gilligan. is Lone Rock youth gets award at Commencement Lone Reek — James Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herschcl ilartman, was presented a medal Tuesday night at the Sentral commencement exercises from, the Iowa State Bar Association and the Iowa State Bar Foundation which represents an award for American citizenship. It is an award given to a student for the most outstanding showing of the highest qualities of citizenship and understanding of the basic principles and fundamentals of the constitution form of government of these United States of America. Mr. and Mrs. Clafence Bletstedt, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1fAS ALQONA (lawn) ADVANCE—I Mr. and Mrs. Emil feierstedt, gfam 9ponsored by ft olllns Col ; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken, DCS Moines, guests of his Dackens, and were weekend parents, Walter were here for Gus and Esther Bierstedt, Mrs. Ferdinand Miller, the barrel l)reyer lamily, tne Robert Mit- cheu tamny, tne Clarence Bier- steals, feiuon, Mr. ami Mrs. W. H. triedrioh, Aigona, Mr. ana ivirs. Altreti Ben, Wlnttcmorc, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kcmna, ban croft, Mr. ana Mrs. Orville Kressin, the Bill Larson family Mr. and Mrs. frank. Miller, MI- and Mrs. 1'rank Ureycr ana Mr Jim JLXHig. Guests at the Allwin Lock wood home Tuesday night in honor of tlieir daugnter L.mda's graauation were tne Dale Lock wood lamily and the Merle Lockwood family from Swea City, the Raymond Bierle lam lly, Bulialo Center, the Kenneth Lockwood family, and Harlan Truelson from Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. Verl bmlth and Marlcnc, Bancrolt, Mr. and Mrs. Eel Osberg, Curlew, the L. Newbrough family, the Kvcrclt Lockwooa family, the Wrn. Marlow family, tne Maurice Weisorod iamuy, lege of Winter Park, Fla. The seven week course will be conducted entirely in Spanish and cactt of tne 'M students will live witn a tamily who speak only Spanish. Mrs. ttonacKer win see much of the country as each Wednesday the class will take a bus tour to nearby points ot interest. Her daughter lives in Rota, Spain, whicn is close to Olbral- lor. fane plans to visit them and see the tnrce grandchildren which she hasn't seen since she visited them in Germany two years ago. Alter school is out the group will take a trip by bus ana plane to southern Spam and Portugal for a week. Jamas Rode lops Tltonka class James Rode, Titonka, was presented with a trophy for being Valedictorian of the Titonka Consolidated school Monday night, May 24, at commencement activities. A class of 35 ;udcnts was graduated. Named Salutatorian and receiving iat trophy was Janice Larscn. Troy Donahue, who made his success in romantic leads, switches to a new kind of starring role — that of a psychotic killer — in "My Blood Runs Cold," Warner Bros' spine-tingler opening Sunday at the Aigona Theatre. Donahue stars in the film, along with Joey Heatherton, Barry Sullivan, Nicolas Coster and Jeanette Noland. The Baccalaureate services at Sentral. His brother Allan was in the graduating class. Maxine Marlow and Phyllis Miller, Aigona, were Tuesday night callers at the Jim Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schmidt entertained guests on Tuesday night following commencement exercises at Sentral. Guests in- Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! SQUARE DANCE LESSONS eluded Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Schmidt and and and Mrs. Mrs. Leo Ben, Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Luedtke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thiesen, Fenton, Mr. Art Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Schmidt and Mike, and Art Riedel, Ai- gona. Guests at the Herschel Hartman home Tuesday night in honor of their son Jim's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Rich- Dennis Laabs and Dickie Kim- ers, Kenton and Kodney Smith, t>wea City. Neighbors of Mrs. Fred Erick-1 Bud and Alice Ludwig wil again give SQUARE DANCE Lessons for children. Ages through teens. Parents are ex pected to serve (cookies and drink) their turn. Lessons are 25e from 7 to 8:31 STARTING Wedneday, June 2 FOR FOUR WEEKS! at Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Plant by William Conrad. Pillow" by Zelda Witzel. Local Achievement Day will be held on July 30 in the LuVerne town hall. Mrs. Voss served lunch to LuVERNE LIVEWIRES The LuVerne Livewires met at the home of their leader Mrs. John Voss Jr., for their May meeting. Roll call was answered with "Something I'll Make For Achievement Day". All members were present. A talk on "How to Store Your Cleaning Materials", was given by Jane Schnetzer. Demonstrations were given.:-by- Phyllis,, Blu on "How to Make a Lap Back Tor ana jeaneiie iiuiauu. i nv . , , .. __.j film was produced and directed a rd Sorenson Rmgsted, Mr and r - - Mrs. Jens Peterson, Hayueld, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hartman and John, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and Don, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and Mr. and Mrs. Melford Mitchell. Guests at the Wpodrow Pet tit home Tuesday" night after commencement exercises at Sentral in honor of their son the girls. i Gilligan. Reporter is Teresa HOSTS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Leroy Givings and Mrs. Ed Adams were hostesses for the Country Club Bridge club this past Wednesday. Winning at bridge were Mrs. Frank Zender, Mrs. O. B. Harmes and Mrs. Don Ferris. Reservations are to be made with next weeks hostesses Mrs,, V. ^Smith and Mrs. J. C/Everdsi Richard's graduation were the John Persons, the H. A. Blan chards and James Niebuhr. :', Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt entertained for their daughter Margaret's graduation at the home of her grandparents the Ferdinand Bierstedts at Fent&n. Other guests included son held a get-acquainted cotiec n her honor at the home ot Mrs. OrviLle Kressin Thursday afternoon, May 27. Hostesses resides Mrs. Kressin were Mrs. Ouane Lieb and Mrs. Clinton S.ath. Others included in the courtesy were Mrs. Louis Breese, Mrs. Don Enckson, Mrs. David Enckson, Mrs. Uuane Metzgcr, Mrs. Dale Wegener and Mrs. Howard Krause. Guests at the Dave Weber home Tuesday night in honor of their son bobble's graduation were the Donald Webers, Bancroft, the Joe Millers, Burt, the Raymond Daus, Aigona, Cherri Boeckholt; Aigona and Juanita Meyer. Aigona teacher to Spain for summer study Mrs. George Bonacker, first grade teacher at Bryant, will leave June 18 for Madrid, Spain to attend an overseas study pro- NOW THRU TUESDAY 2 ALL NEW HITS! OF WOOD A WOOLNER BROS. RELEASE PLUS SLCOND HIT! TECHNICOLOR A WOOLNER BROS. RELEASE Now Thru Wednesday ALGONA MATINEES DAILY AT 1:30 ONLY EVENINGS AT 7:30 ONLY WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS 24 METRO-GOLOWYN-MAYER presents GREAT STARS! * TOP DIRECTORS! { :-ft HOW WAS WON METROCOLOK 9 Gold Label cool and delectable i Grahams \ DASHING DAYTIMER . . . carefree smart wearing is assured in Kay Whitney's Gold Label summer lovely clear-color stripe of 50% rayon/50% cotton . , . graceful Chelsea collar, % button front closing, slant patch pocket, sheath skirt. 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