The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 13
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1 !.. JUN1 17, 1965 - 1 i NEXT SUNDAY, JUNE 20 is Father's Day. It's a day that gets not nearly so much attention as Mother's Day, but this is mostly because men don't demand or enjoy so much fuss made about them as women do. It is in no way indicative of the place Father holds in our hears. - o - "WHOEVER HEARD OF WHISTLER'S Father 1", Is a question that is often asked. Whistler painted a picture of his mother ENDS SAT. - "Rio CONCHOS Pius "THE YELLOW CAMAPV* SUN. thru WED., June 20 - 23 WAIT DISNEY orewntv "^'"f-f ' f , A Together they laughed, loved and fought for a dream as big as the sky! •King BRIAN VERA BRANDON WALTER EO KEITH • MILES • de WILDE • BRENNAN • WYNN PLUS SECOND FEATURE • LAWLESS DAUE ROBERTSON YVONNE De CARLO WILUAM BENDtt 0»«ieOb, WILLIAM F CUXTON SIEVE FISHER A PAMMOUN1 RELEASE PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADM. $1.00 - KIDDIES UNDER 12 FREE YOUR LUCKY ENTERTAINMENT NO. 295-7171 rgfl 8iGGER-BglGHT€g-gHARPEK Upper Beg fHoinrs i JUNE 17,1965 | ^.t tte worldover - Maybe his pa wasn't photogenic, but in his day Whistler's father was lots more famous than his mother. Father was an engineer and known for his projects on several continents. All his wife ever did was sit for her portrait. - o - I HAVE ALWAYS MAINTAINED THAT Father should get fully as much adulation on his day as Mother does, but it seems to me that when people do get around to writing tributes to Father they tend to be advice on how the old boy can be a better father. This isn t the spirit in which these Ten Commandments for Father is meant. - o - I - THOU SHALT CULTIVATE A sense of humor. A strong back, bottomless pocketbook, steady nerves, firm discipline and great patience are truly qualities that become a father, but a priceless asset is a Dad who can laugh with his children. II - THOU SHALT REFRAIN FROM being too much of a "pal" to thy son. Hikes, baseball games, fishing trips with thy children hath great merit, but pals of his own age the child hath. What is truly needful is the companionship of a father who is older, wiser and, yea, more understanding. HI - THOU SHALT ACQUAINT THYSELF well with thy daughter for from her comes a girl's lifelong attitude toward men. If thou seekest, in thy daughter thou will find the purest relationship existing between male and female; coquetry without lust- companionship without competition; beauty without the ravages of time; and charm without the carping that has lately developed in thy wife, the mother of thy daughter. - o - IV - BECAUSE THOU HAST A wife and children is ample reason for beating out thy brains in the market place, but thou shalt not look down on thy job as a father. The daily bread that thou earnest makes a full belly for thy family, but the daily bread added to thy presence as a father makes full hearts V - THOU SHALT ACQUAINT THY children with the intricacies of thy labor. If thou art a farmer, thy children shall benefit from helping to sow the fields with seeds; if thou art a scribe, thy young can help to fold the papyrus; if thou art a worker in pipes and conduits, thy children can fetch and carry for thee. And truly, if thy young help by the sweat of their brows in the livelihood, the daily bread shall be the sweeter for it, and thou shalt have thy children at thy hand and rejoice in their nearness. - o - VI - THOU SHALT HELP IN THE work of thy household when thy wife is cumbered with much serving but thou shalt not be bamboozled out of thy place as the head of the house. Though thy robes on occasion be covered with an apron, there should be none who are doubtful as to which person wears the pants. Neither shalt thou abdicate when thy young are needful of chatise- ment. VH - THOU SHALT RESIGN THYSELF to a certain amount of confusion in thy household. The days of thy youngsters' growing up are filled with two a. m. feedings, spilled pablum, puppies, den meetings, bubble gum, adolescent giggles and phone calls, experiments in Girl Scout cooking served to thee as dinner borrowing of the family chariot, demands for increases In shekels, and love-sick swains calling on thy daughters. But truly, these too, shall pass away and the day will come when thou shalt find thy household orderly, but unbearably quiet. - o - VHI - THOU SHALT HAVE GREAT EXPECTATIONS of thy children. Thou shalt expect them to be stronger, smarter, more beautiful, wiser, richer and more Godly than their parents. Thou shalt also expect them to produce for thee in the fullness of time most wonderful grandchildren. IX - THOU SHALT BIND THY CHILDREN close to thee with ties of loving care all the days of their growing up; yet shall you release them gladly to stand on their own when the years are accomplished and the need for thee and thy checkbook are not so necessary. X - THOU SHALT SEEK OFTEN thy God, the Father of us all. If thou sendest thy wife and thy children to the temple, they shall learn the laws of the prophets, but if thou art also faithful in thy worship, the words, "like unto a Father", when spoken of the Almighty, shall become real to thy children, and thou shalt find a never-ending spring of guidance, joy and blessing in the rearing of thy children. - o DURING THE WEEK OF JUNE 13 through 19, people navmg birthdays include Pearl Simpson, Marie Scuffham, D. H. Hall, Mabel Hauberg, Claude Slagle, Lola Scuffham, Jackie Kinden, Janice Robinson, Jack Hernon, Karen Lierley, Barbara Menke, Ruth Benschoter, Charles Paxson, Virginia McLeran, Helen Klein, THURS. thru WED. JUNE 17-23 CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1;30 itfc ^ihere the HESmeet the SHEsonSKlS SEE i! FRANKIE Ul in the hands of an expert, [SHE' I instructor! DWAYNE'S found a way to put love on ice! AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL'S Hear 'LESLEY GORE and JAMES BROWN sing their newest HITS! rx; -PATHECOLOIUPANAVISIOH 1 FRANKIE I DWAYNE AVALONj HICKMAN LESLEY GORE' T 'Kr DEBORAH YVONNE I ROBERT Q WALLEY \ CRAIG | LEWIS JAMES BROWN AND THE FAMOUS FLAMES Judy Thoreson, Leslie Horton, Mary Faulstlch, Chuck Bloom Hal Haas, Christine Hatch, Verna Sceley, J. c. Mawdslev, Frank Bahling, Bill Wetzel, Wendell Feaster, Gary Erdman and Steve Waller. Wedding anniversaries include the Robert Ernsts, Joseph Rooney, Charles Simmons, Burt Harmes, Julian Chrlschilles, Gene Murtagh, M. G. Bourne, Jim Hershberger, Arnie Ricklefs' Willis Erdman, Clayton Pittman and August Schmidts. ' - o - THIS WEEK'S RECIPE is for English Apple Dish. 1/4 cup butter 1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed 6 medium sized green apples 1 egg, well beaten 1 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup boiling water 1/2 tsp. baking powder Pinch of salt Combine butter and brown sugar and place In a medium-sized ovenproof casserole in a moderately hot oven long enough for butter and sugar to melt. Stir to a thick paste. Peel, core and quarter apples, add to butter-sugar paste and mix thoroughly to coat apple slices as well as possible. Beat the granulated sugar into the well-beaten egg gradually, then stir In boiling water and vanilla. Sift flour, baking powder and salt together and combine with egg mixture. Pour this batter over the apples and bake 45 to 60 minutes in a preheated 375 degree oven or until a firm, hard crust forms on top. Serve with cream. About 4-G servings! _ GRACE "SKI PARTY" Starts Thursday at the Algeria Theatre ! Notes Of Servicemen; CHANDLER HUGHES ALAN RAFKIN ROBERT KAUFMAN Illllllllllllllll USS CORAL SEA - Interior Communications Technician Fireman LeRoy A.Scherer, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Scherer of 410 S. Phillips St., Algona, arrived in Yokosuka, Japan, June 5, aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea for rest and relaxation after 30 days of intensive operations in the South China Sea. Coral Sea took part in air strikes against North Viet Nam since February 7. The carrier is homeported in Alameda, Calif. U. S. FORCES, VIETNAM Army Specialist Four Robert J. Kunkel, son of Mrs. Caroline Kunkel, 113 N. Phillips St., Algona, was assigned to the U.S. Army Support Command, Vietnam, May 5, as a documents clerk. The support command advises the armed forces of the Republic of Vietnam on training, use of equipment and tactical operations. Specialist Kunkel entered the Army in December 1961 and completed basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. Kunkel is a 1957 graduate of LuVerne High School. BIEN HOA, Viet Nam - Airman Second Class Gary R. Nerem, son of Mr. and Mrs'. Gerhard Nerem of Bancroft, is now on duty with a unit of the U. S. Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) in Viet Nam. Airman Nerem is an aircraft mechanic. The airman is a graduate of Boone Valley High School, Renwick. SAN ANTONiU, Tfcx. - Airman Dennis P. Madsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Madsen of Bancroft, Iowa, has been selected for technical training as an accounting and finance specialist at Lackland AFB, Tex. Airman Madsen, who enlisted in the Air Force a short time ago, has just completed his basic military training. Schools at Lackland are part of the vast Air Training Command system which trains airmen and officers in the diverse skills required by the nations's aerospace force. The airman, a 1963 graduate of Ledyard (Iowa) Community High School, attended Mankato (Minn.) Commercial College. Name Committee, Youth Job Aid A special message has been sent by the director of the Iowa State Employment Service to its 625 volunteer farm representatives asking their support and help in a nationwide summer job campaign for youth. The volunteer farm representatives who work with the ISES throughout the year to help farmers, farmworkers and others with employment problems are scattered throughout smaller communities in Iowa. These volunteer farm representatives were informed of President Johnson's May 23rd appeal to private and public employers The local area volunteer farm representatives are: Larry Knoll, Algona; Donald Murray, Bancroft; Paul Eigler, Fenton; Bernard Reilly, Ledyard; Clarence Nielsen, LuVerne; Jack Van Norman, Swea City; John Stott, Titonka; Al Loebig, Wesley; A, E. Pertl, West Bend, and Martin Potratz, Whittemore. MOVIES ''Ski Party" -THURSDAYthru WEDNESDAY except on Sunday 7:30 - 9:40. SATURDAY MATINEE at 1-30 SUNDAY-1:30-3:35- 5-407:45 - 9:50. STRANGE SKI BUDDY - Dwayne Hickman and FranWe "SI?pVtv » « I™: 03 " ™ c r na «°nal' s new musical *' "^ ™ 86 frlC " d On ^ Ski ^65 in P "' dUCttoB 65 DODGE DART CLIMB INTO THE SWINGINGEST COMPACT EVER Who says a compact has to be a slow-pokey, plain Jane kind of car? Not The Dodge Boys, you can bet your hat on that! Our new '65 Dodge Dart has more sass and sizzle, more sports-lovin' style than anything in its class. D The Dart GT offers deep bucket seats, door-to-door carpeting, padded dash, up to 235 HP. D See the Dodge Boys soon and choose your new Dart from 10 exciting models, 4 exhilarating engines. You'll find we're awfully easy to do business with. (Competitors accuse us of being soft-hearted!) We believe you ought to enjoy buying a new car and we practice what we preach. That's why our list of repeat customers keeps growing each year, rj Get your new '65 Dodge Dart soon. Only The Dodge Boys have it! PERCIVAL MOTORS, Inc. 800 South Phillips St. ALGONA, IOWA

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