The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1965 · Page 2
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(1o.) Upper Dei Mclnee Thundoy, Augutt 26, 1*65 Shower Honors Girl To Wed In Aug. /4 Ceremony SUoeMan Janice Bode Bride Here SEVERAL TIMES IN THE PAST, Woman's \v. rid has published Ten Commandments for Teachers, and teacher? undoubtedly have had about all the advice from Grace they can stand. Schools are currently opening up after the summer vacation ruid I -have a, whole bunch of admonitions left over, so this w-eek let's pick on the kids and offer Ten Commajidments for Students. - o 1. THOU SHALT SEEK OUT opi ,)rtunities tn cet an education. Football, chorus, proms, dramatics, art, Ittsketloll, wrestling, and track are necessities, Uit At the same time inquire into what the school has to offer in the way of the luxuries of learning and take advantage of it. - o - 2. THOU SHALT LEARN HOW to polish the apple. Thy teachers are seldom deceived ly insincere favor-currying but scarcely a teacher exists who is not impressed by a word of appreciation, graciously expressed when it is truly deserved. If thy eyes and ears are open thou shall find ample instances when instructors go far beyond the call of duty to fill thy little pointed heads with knowledge. - o - 3. THOU SHALT GIVE THOUGHT to thy raiment. Bermuda shorts, blue jeans and flying shirtails fit in well for labor on the Homecoming float but they are most unseemly in the halls of learning during class hours. Youths should I* mindful that although the shearing of his locks was fatal to Samson, a short haircut doth benefit more than the tarbers, unless thou art expecting, maybe, to Join the Rolling Stones. Damsels should be mindful that short robes may attract immediate whistles; more lasting fascination is gained by leaving more to the Imagination of thy admirers. - o - 4. THOU SHALT GIVE GREAT thought tothy homework. Teachers also have been known to despise this aspect of learning but verily they find it necessary to assign great reams of it under the theory that all aspects of a subject cannot be covered within the limits of the classroom hours. But the true purpose of homework is to give" students something to do while watching television and listening to records, and to give maidens excuses to telephone youths about the perplexities of algebra problems. - o - 5. THOU SHALT HOLD UP thy hand in class with a look of readiness to answer thy teacher's question. If thou hast not prepared thy lesson, the upheld hand may deceive the teacher into thinking you are learned so she may not call on you; If thou dost have the required knowledge, thy worries are«bsent—* whether or not you are called upon. - o - 6. THOU SHALT STRIVE MIGHTILY for good marks on thy report card. Verily, I say unto you an "A" is not always a true measure of the wisdom absorbed, but until thj system ty$angp0, ,„, ddn't Ticnock it, and a high grade average will oil the gates for tbee when thou seeketh to enter college. - o - / 7. THOU SHALT TAKE A PART in thv school's eovenunent and the extra-curricular acltvlties. Thou shall not be expected to sxcel in every' kind of endeavor but thy talents are needed somewhere and thou must be mindful that Indians are needed as much as Chleftans. Skills begun in schooldays may bring pleasure all the days' of thy life; romances have been known to flower in the close proximity of a committee meeting. - o - 8. THOU SHALT TEACH THY parents to subordinate their tastes for luxuries such as food and housing to the size of thy school expenses. Thou shall allow them occasionally to make a mortgage payment instead of purchasing new raiment for thee. If thou hast part-time labor, be not stingy when they ask for a loan from thee until next payday. Thou shall also permit thy parents to use the family chariot upon occasion. - o - 9. THOU SHALT NOT BE FEARFUL of discussing thy problems both scholastic and social with thy elders. It Is better by far to bring thy gripes into the open th-ui to seethe inwardly about tbem. It may come to pass that thy teachers and parents shall lunar" you with their understanding and they shall be flattered into thinking they are knowledgeable of the younger generation. - o - 10. THOU SHALT PAY NO heed when some of thy elders deplore the younger generation. Youths with wicked ways and habits of folly we have always with us and it was true even when thy elders were youths and maidens. Youths today, according to this scribe are just as virtuous as they ever were - yea, maybe a little more so and also wiser and more ambitious. And truly thy student days shall pass swiftly and in a twinkling of an eye thou sfaalt be the older generation taking thy turn at admonishing students! - o - DURING THE WEEK OF August 22 through 28, people having birthdays include Mist) Uoyd, John Reid, Kristy Elmore, Kathy Bay, Dorothy Muckey, John Snyder, J. L Merryman, Edward Sadelar, Chris Conn, Velma WeUendorf, Pat Wetzel Jordan, Barry Watkins, Jo Ellen Uilder, Rex Taylor, Jean Shey, Roscoe 1. Mawdsley, Richard Olsen, Jo Ann Thuente, Larry Teeter, Sara Snyder, Mar)' Corrinne Smith, Terry Struecker, Rose Scanlan, Kelda Finn, August Schmidt, Lorraine Phillips and David Pratt. Weoxiing anniversaries include Mr. and Mrs. Art Ashton, Mr. aod Mrs. Dick Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Uuckey and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor. - o - THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS for Butter Brickie Cookies. Jean •got U from Darlene Claude when she was in Algona and they are delicious. 1 cup white sugar 1 cup brown sugar 1 1/4 cups butter or margarine 1 tbsp. almond flavoring 2 eggs 4 cups flour 1 tsp. soda 1 tsp. cream of tarter 1/2 tsp. salt 8 butter brickie candy bars Cream the two kinds of sugar with butter, add eggs and flavoring. gift the four, soda, cream of tarter and salt to creamed mixture and mix well. Break the caa<ty bars into small pieces and mix into cookie dough. Roll into rolls, chiil, slice and bake at 350 for 10 minutes. GRACE Janice Marie Bode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Floyd T. Bode, Algona, became the bride of Allen Keilh Chrislensen, Oskaloosa, son of Mr. and Mr s.Louis Chrisl- ensen, Wolsey, So. Dak., Aug. 14 at 11 a. m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at Ihe double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Michael Bray and Tom Black. Kathleen Griffin was organist and Allen Bode soloist. The bride wore a floor-length gown of Peau de Soie satin covered with silk organza and trimmed wilh medallion lace Imported from Switzerland. A detachable train flowed behind. Her silk illusion veil fell from a cap of silk organza- petals edged on seed -pearls •--» Sh« carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and gardenias and wore a pearl necklace, gift of the groom. Mrs. Kenneth Prohaska was matron of honor, bridesmaids were Harriet Benschoter and Jeanette Christensen and junior bridesmaid was Alice Jane Bode. Best man was Bill Christensen, groomsmen, Dennis Christensen and Russell Bode, and ushers were Michael Kukla and Paul Bode. A dinner for 25 guests was held at Van's Cafe at 12:30 and a reception followed at 2 p. m. at the Country Club. Mrs. Fred Allen registered the guests, Mrs. Dennis Christensen and Mrs. Craig Loebis cut the cake, Mrs. Paul Womack and Mrs. Tom Arndorfer poured and the gifts were in charge of Jo Ann Klemm, Ann Wilson, Susan Bode and Goida Kalnins. Table waitresses were Patrice, Diane and Norma Bode and Carol and Doris Anliker. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and State University of Iowa and is a registered nurse. The groom is a graduate of Wolsey high school and optical school and at present is a dispensing optician. After a trip to Canada and Niagara Falls, the couple are at home at Oskaloosa. (Saul SturHn Photo) INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchlttd dealer — Upper Des Motnes Fob. Ce. ST. JOE - Kathy Myers was honored Thursday evening at a pre-nuptial shower in the Livermore Legion hall, with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Gladys Thul and Eleanor Becker assisted with gifts. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Ralph Myers and Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving high and second high prizes. Mrs. Andrew Kramer received door prize. Miss Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myers, Livermore, will be the bride of Arthur Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, St. Joe, Aug. 28 in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 10 a. m. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding and Peter have returned home after spending six days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stoffel and family, Willmar, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Erpelding and family, St. Joseph, Minn, and" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Becker and family at Watkins, Minn., and points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LeBreun, Dell Rapids, So. Dak., are visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas and grandson, Dwight Kohlhaas, left Saturday for a visil with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Whalen and family, Hanover, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Barbara and grandchildren, Shawn and Amy Anderson, left Wednesday for the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and family at Warren, Mich. The Wagners were taking home the grandchildren and bringing home their daughter, Mary Lou, who spent the summer employed In Detroit. Enroute to Michigan, Wednesday night was spent with another daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nepple, Iowa City. The Anderson youngsters spent the past six weeks here with' their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul and family returned home Monday night from a week's vacation trip spent camping and fishing in northern Minnesota. Jean Marie Thul and Martha Lippeit, Santa Clara, Calif., arrived here Wednesday at the home of Jean Marie's parents,","Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and family, for a visit of several days en- route to the World's Fair and other points of interest in the eastern states during their Ready lor Electricity NON - DISC R1MINATION Humboldt County Rural Electric Cooperative has filed with the Federal Government a Compliance Assurance In which It assures the Rural Electrification Administration that it will comply fully with all requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Agriculture issued thereunder, to the end that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in the conduct of Its program and the operation of its facilities. Under this Assurance, this organization is committed not to discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color or national origin In its policies and practices relating to applications for service or any other policies and practices relating to treatment of beneficiaries and participants including rates, conditions and extension of service, use of any of Us facilities, attendance at and participation In any meetings of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of any rights of such beneficiaries and participants in the conduct of the operations of this organization. Any person who believes himself, 'or any specific class of individuals, to be subjected by this organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI of the Act and the Rules and Regulations issued thereunder may, by himself or a representative, file with the Secretary of Agriculture, the Rural Electrification Administration or this organization, or all, a written complaint. Identity of complainants will be kept confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rules and ... but no place to With all the electrical appliances you've added to your home to help you live better electrically, you must make sure they have the POWER to help you mostr Make sure your adequately wired home has 1. At least a 100 ampere circuit box 2. Plenty of circuits for lighting and general use ... for plug-in appliances ... for large appliances 3. Plenty of convenience outlets for all those plugs . . . fixed lights . . . and switches. Then your magic servant Electricity can serve you even better 1 Algona Municipal Utilities month's vacation. On returning to California flu will travel through Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Reilly and family and Mrs. Cecelia Reilly, Janesville, Wise., were visitors here this week with relatives. Mrs. Cecelia Reilly is a sister of Herman and Charles Plathe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mishak and Mrs. Ollie Eichenberger and daughters , Louise and Karen, Alta Vista, were visitors here with Mrs. Louise Thul. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Neuh- ring of Fort Dodge are parents of a son born August 17 in Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kramer are grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Becker, all from here, are the great grandparents. K. C.'s will hold their regular monthly meeting Sept. 1. A complete report of the mulligan stew will be given. Free lunch will be served with Eugene Mertz, lunch chairman, assisted by Maurice Reding, Jim Hilbert, Richard Kohlhaas and Delmer Plathe. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte, Sr., have returned home from a 3-month visit to Germany with Mrs. Berte's homeland relatives and friends. Waltonites Plan Trap Shoot For Sept. 5 A fall trap shoot aid Buffalo Birger feed Is planned for ain- day, Sept. 5, by the East Fork onit of the izaak Walton League, on the grounds at the park south of Algona (old airport site). Entry fee is $3.50. The practice shooting will begin at 10 a.m., and contests at 1 p.m. Three tropMes will be given to the high over all, and several special events are also planned. There will be a limit of one trophy to an entry. Injured In Fall WESLEY—Mrs. Percy Carlsson was brought home by the Blake Ambulance from the Brltt hospital, where she had been a week following a fall in their home, where she suffered a broken hip.- "Poular as Outdoors ToSeneRWSi FOODS At Yoti* Favorite Food Store or Super MtiHCet Ander*on-Erick*on Dairy Co. ST RON6 CHURCHES.. Make Strong Communities "And you will have confidence, because there is hope; and you will be protected and take your rest in safety." — Job 11:18 The difference between setback and defeat is sometimes nothing more than a point of view. The man who refuses to give up hope still has a chance. Whatever befalls you is an experience that someone, somewhere, has endured. No problem is so peculiar that no one has not attempted to solve it before you. However cloudy your outlook may be, the world becomes darker still if you close your eyes and turn away. Have hope—and you have confidence; you have the spirit and the will to say, "I'll try," rather than "I quit." Rest assured that God does not forsake you. Have faith, maintain hope—and confidence will urge you to try again. Rtad your BIBLE dally and OO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Message* brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES; HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutxell, Service Station Roy 8. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 cSSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phon* 295-2827 - Algono, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boy* POST MOVING and STORAGE local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algono, Iowa PIONEER HUBRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. Q. B. Harme* "Svper Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Morton Ross, Mgr. 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