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Burlington Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Burlington, Iowa By or. George Crane the w Orry clinic Don tells years Progress Here in it follow up of done sately through the proper to which i described Satur tons. The old Home town Kwiw v i a a bpm port of democratic candidates at the conference. Among those who Burlington la Hawk Eye Bagetto. Mon., feb. 16, 1963 8v Stanley the next congressional election. Committeemen from Maine to the District of Columbia attended dropped in were former gov. Adlai e. Stevenson of Illinois the party a unsuccessful candidate for Ratesi Case Day. A Vear has intervened and now he reports his Progress in his quest to regain idealism. Better paste these cose records in your scrape Hook for someday you la wish you could have Access to them again. Case 301 Don g., 38, is the cynical Playboy whom i described last week. But an intervening year has now elapsed. A Well doctor Crane i thought Vout a like a report on my Don grinned As he invited me to lunch fools or nitwits can steal or kill it requires conscious forbearance and intelligent self control to act honestly and upright. Fools can make noise but intelligently controlled behaviour is required to bring Forth Melody from a piano or violin. Fools can drink and Gamble or desecrate a pc Many a virtue but Only a Man who diligently curbs his animal appetites and consciously directs his behaviour along ethical lines can Date a Lovely girl without despoiling her. In Short any fool can break a at the end of your six months ideals and destroy virtue. But it program. I was completely in love requires a Superior level of intelligence and self restraint to promote ideals and encourage virtue the churches Are still the chief tutors of our children in the realm of idealism. They take us As selfish Little animals and try to transform us into considerate self sacrificing adults. Descartes advanced the principle that god implanted a few divine ideas in the mechanical organism that we Call the human body. Idealism must be one of these for it seems inherent in Mankind. But if god planted this idealism. Man must cultivate it in or. Der to make it Blossom with the girl. But i had faithfully since the churches Are the chief followed orders so i had t even nurturers of idealism get behind kissed her yet. Them so your children will at least a she took me to Church and to be started on the proper Road to the theater to the opera and to happiness the Aragon. We went on picnics j and hikes along the North Shore. Virtue and morality and Ideal ism require constant nourishment. A we attended the Art Institute do taverns and race tracks and and Field museum. Then we Park gambling joints nourish them de the car in Evanston one Sun certainly not Dav night and went out to sit on so you owe it to your own the pier. It was dark but the stars youngsters As Wel As to other were shining. Peoples children in your common we got to talking about life Ity. To set a Good example and humanity and god. She said get More Active in the Church was worried about me be plus the boy scouts. . And Camp fire girls organizations. For these nourish idealism and cultivate morality and nurture so Dent mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt and miss Margaret Truman. The meeting was a prelude to the Jefferson Jackson dinner Here saturday night which Stevenson will address. Democrats to Start drive to wipe out deficit of $500,000 new York in a democratic National chairman Stephen a. Mitchell said saturday that the party soon will liquidate a deficit of about $500,000 it faced at the end of the presidential Campaign. Mitchell addressed the Eastern regional conference of the democratic National committee Here. The conference was closed to news men but a spokesman revealed these details from Mitchells report the women a division of the National committee has been successfully integrated with other departments to give women members More responsibility and avoid duplication of work. The National committee has expanded its research facilities to provide useful information to democratic members of the House and Senate. Plans have been made to stimulate organizational efforts in sup Burlington High school Junior class presents seventeenth summer adapted by Ann Coulter Martens from the Book by Maureen Dailey feb. 17th and 19th High shool auditorium 8 00 p. M. 11 she Dakota rank 0 j first and second in the production cause i seemed so cynical. She a poke to me like a Mother demonstrating with a wayward child. �?o>11 at once i Felt As if i wer Briety and insure Faith. It sitting by an Angel. I realized copyright. �?T53, Hopkin synd i loved her. But my love was so Civ Turc ethereal. I was afraid to kiss her u. ,1. Just held her hand. Alaska 8nd South a funny Isnit it. That an Rounder like me would actually get01 stage fright around a girl but i did. 4 and i still worship her despite the fact we be now been married three 1 there Are two stages of idealism. A one is during childhood or adolescence when we Are still not far from the origin of life. The other comes when we begin to turn our eyes toward the setting Sun. During the Middle decades we re Likely to become so enamoured of earthly things that our quest for Success or Gold distracts us from our quest for idealism. I have told you that idealism and Faith can be consciously cultivated. But we need to use our brains in it he process and deliver Mutual selective fund a amp Wulw Stock fund Syndicate of America dim Braw and hut Mil to wog Over sired services Mem Capots Minnesota l c. Buhren Iason 1957 Bart sri. Phone 4111 i Zuj in our nation s darkest hour Gen. George Washington in prayer at Valley forge the father of our country sought god s guidance. Today As forces of evil threaten our Security and Liberty let us join our neighbors in our houses of worship As divinely inspired As was Washington s. Giles Oivin Lajoi Sterne phone 6 4-Maple at tenth Burlington Iowa a a a a no a a a a a a a a do a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a in a a cd cd in cd in a a a add in admission adults a 50c children a 25c a a 88 a a a red a a a q a a cd a a a a a a cd a a a a cd a a a a a a of a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 88 up s this and sponsored by these business establishments and individuals in the interest of our schools App s music House fair View food Market Montgomery word amp co. Beckman amp Baker dry cleaners Farmers amp merchants savings Bonk Mosena electric shop Benner food stores Firestone store the music shop Bennett furniture co. Fullerton lumber co. 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Cloyd s Barb a Klein s fashion Center Star Kimble motor division coast to coast stores s. S. Kresge co. Sunshine Dairy Coates Iga store Kriechbaum amp Dewein heating Thomas shoe store Culligan soft water service Lagomarcino Grupe co. Tiedeman a florists Dahlin Bros. Amp Davis e. A. Lange co., inc. Town club food starts Danez Candy shop amp snack bar Luecking tire amp Battery service Union Supply co. Dehner seed amp Supply co. Merchants wholesale co. Waugh Bros. Derby Coal co. Mississippi Valley savings White House dairies co. I Eklund s amp loan association John h. Witte a sons Bennett furniture co s on main St smoke damage is now on All items in our store free delivery at our convenience a a a or a further Price allowance if you provide your own delivery reduced open Tonitte annd tues. Evening open All Day wednesday regardless of damage first come first served shop Early Bennett furniture 109 n. Main St. West Side of Street out of High rent District

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