Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1967
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Alqona Ko^uth County THURSDAY, JULY 13,1967, ALGONA, IOWA EVERYONE HAS A su pressed desire to throw a cream pie at someone else. and such similar things that make antics on the TV screen funny. Too much however defeats the humor and becomes merely a repeat of a performance that really isn't too funny to start with. There are other "urges" that affect some.. One rather dignified gent says he has an almost uncontrollable urge to whack the seat of those tight shorts and slacks. They make such a nice target he has trouble holding himself in check. And without a doubt a whack would have some immediate repercussions which cause him to hold up on his impulses. In fact he'd have a sore hand if he hit all the tight ones. However he would just once love to leave his fingerprints on a set—just for the heck of it. Unfortunately he is a bit too old to run fast. * * * THE STUPID SILLY and ridiculous commentaries by the to-called tports figure* in the TV should be banned. The football game the other night on the telly was ruined by those gents and their ugly mugs filling the screen. They harped about the big half-time show— and what did you see— their inane faces and remarks to some other inane gent for .which the viewer couldn't care less. And in the meantime on the field there was a band playing, marching \and entertaining the paying customers in the stands. Everyone is wonderful, a great game, the biggest, best, and such junk remarks. • For some reason no interested player, coach, or partisan rises up with a sane and reality comment like "We wui robbed." Then also commercials run into the play and phooey— it was always a good one. * * * WATCHING THE WELK SHOW the other night was a relief. The singers and musicians looked like they enjoyed it. The girl singers smiled, and the male singers seemed happy to do the work. It was quite different from the mood singers and "great talent" goops who screw up their faces in agony to sing a simple song. If it's such pain they should take an aspirin or something. Watching one of the shows the presiding jerk gave a fulsome introduction of some dame who had "such marvelous talent" that it made the Old Goat a bit sick to his tummy. And the Old Goat was right—she was plain lousy. And most of them now have a thing about murdering what used to be a pretty tune— "What Now My Love?" For them that "What Now" should be a swift boot to giv'e them something to look agonized about. * * * TENT DRESSES are "out" for the coming Mason, so •ay the big shots in the fashion world. Seems the girls are now going to wear belts end the thin center line it to be "in" for the coming season. It is fortunate indeed that most women ignore the pundits of fashion and wear what they durned pleaM. The Old Goat wouldn't know a tent dress from a silo, but girl watching is interesting to see what the busy minds come up with next, The stylists My the dresses are not going to got any shorter—they really couldn't, and they may be a bit longer—but n«t much. To thoM raised in Hie days when sidewalks were kept clean by the shoe length dress this is • most interesting perieoV-feut as one young fellow said—"Yog see one •nil yov've Men them alt". He's young yet, isn't he? * * * ONE QF THOSE HIPPIES who are supposed to just "love everybody" bit the hand of a gendarme who was taking her to pokey for being a muflbty girl. The judge looked the situation over and gave her a suspended sentence providing she go home and behave like a young girl should. She took the home treaUnent, but judging from Committees for Fenton church group named Fenton — Aid of St. John Lutheran church met Wednesday at the church. Hostesses were Mrs. William Eimers, Mrs. Harold Elmers and Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Guests were Mrs. Ella Waite, Mrs. Walt Pertl, Mrs. Reuben Luedtke, Mrs. Rose Krause, Mrs. Fred Siems, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Whittemore, and Mrs. Roger Dreyer, Sioux City. Mrs. Dick Jentz gave the topic, "Being a Christian in our tasks". The president appointed several committees. The telephone committee will be Mrs. • Eldon Hantelman, chairman, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mrs. Ervin Krause, Mrs. Amos Finn- ested, Mrs. Clarence Wegener. The Christmas program committee will be Mrs. Harold Eimers, chairman, Mrs. Franklin Rusch, and Mrs. Victor Struecker. A committee was appointed for packing clothing for overseas consisting of Mrs. Bennie Berkland, chairman, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mrs. Willard Menz and Mrs. Ernest Fischer. The next meeting will be a pot luck picnic with hostesses Mrs. Allan Bellinger, Mrs. Ervin Krause, Mrs. Lena Jentz, Mrs. John Waite and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman. The program committee will be Mrs. Ervin BorChardt, Mrs. Amos Finnested and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. GIVES REPORT WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday at the church. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, Mrs. Dennis Henriksen, and Mrs. Art Kabrick. Mrs. Clarence Yager gave the lesson and Mrs. Jack Gerhart the worship. Margo Rusch and Mary Ellen Ditsworth gave their reports on the Christian School of Missions they attended at Morningside, Sioux City. afd Goltz, and sister, Diane Blue Earth, also the groom's di «fV4Ml •& i% mother, Mrs. Kenneth Halv- . ff MJi.wm f Jir» «rson, Fenton, groom's sister, ' Vff/F f/V^/Mrs. Barbara Westlind, Man- katp, Janice Zumach, Blue •i..I-.i- -i- --i - .I,- -ii- Earth, and the groom's aunt, Mrs. Henry Wilberg. •Mrs. Raymond Bergum had the welcome and introductions. The program was a poem, by Virginia Looft; vocal duet, Mrs. Ordean Kabrick and Mrs. Henry Wilberg with Mrs. John Johanncsen accompanist. Mrs. Elmer Krause gave a reading and Mrs. Ted Jensen played a saw solo with Mrs. Johannesen as accom- ist. Mrs. Bergum read a poem. Assisting with gifts was Janice Zumach and Barbara Westlind. Diane Goltz and Melba Krause passed the grfts. Mrs. Henry Wilberg poured coffee. Women of the church were hostesses. Marilyn Goltz and Merle Halverson will be married July 23 at a Lutheran church at Blue Earth. They will make their home at Algona. He employed at Wieclenhoffs. ix, Ariz., are visiting relatives and friends in Seneca and Rihgsted. They and Mrs. Nellie Thofson, Ringsted, were Saturday guests of the Henry Wilbergs. They are attending a Bible camp near Minneapolis. The Fred Johannesens received word Saturday they have a new grandson born July 8, to their daughter, Marilyn, the Jay Fulwilers, Milwaukee, He has a brother, Steven, now staying with his grandparents, the Fred Jo- hannesens. The Henry Wilbergs and Dennis visited Sunday afternoon with the Elmer Lees, Estherville. Mrs. Lee has not been in good health recently. The David Loofts attended • V^fT IBB HlW i a high school reunion of Mrs. Looft's at Truman, Minn. Sat' Ufday. The Loofts children stayed with their maternal grandparents, the Glen Hoppes, Truman. <Mrs. Bertha Pommer and Mrs. Anna Presthus, Algona, <Martin Wilberg, Fenton, and the Henry Loofts were Sunday guests of Mrs. Serena Petersen, Fenton. Seneca friends of the Forest Christensons, former Sen- ecans, now of Cedar Falls, will be interested in learning that they have sold their Cedar Falls home and will live at Garden Grove, Calif, They recently visited the George Jensens, Ringsted, en- route to California. The "Chris Dahls and Den- nis were a week ago Sundiy coffee guests at Adolph Meyer's, Ringsted, for Mrs, Mey< ef's birthday, David Olson, San Gabriel, Calif., visited recently with his paternal grandparents, the Curtis Olsons. Dtvtd is spending the summer with his maternal grandparents, the Edwin Juhls, Gruver. ELEVATOR MEETING The annual stockholders meeting of the Burt Coop elevator will be held Friday in the Legion Hall. A drawing for $25 bond is at 8:05 V p.m. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. is Ex-Whittemore youth weds The William DeWalls attended a family reunion at Luverne, Minn. Sunday. Some came from Castlewood, S. D., Estelline, S. D., Pocahontas, Estherville, and Terrill. The James Meyers spent weekend at James Ryken's, Latimer. The Ed Schleis visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Edwin Josten, Klemme, and briefly with Mrs. Metta Buckley at Garner. The Lyle Hansens and boys and S. E. Straleys were Sunday guests at Adolph Hanson's. Afternoon guests were the Orville Hansons, Lake Crystal, Minn. Herman Gappe, the M. T. Juhls, Lake Crystal, Minn, and Charles Gappes were Thursday guests at Adolph Hanson's. The Ray Stoebers spent July 4 and 5 at the Ervin Klausske's at St. James, Minn. The Norman Bellingers and girls were Sunday guests of Mrs. C. C. Gushing, Fairmont. Sunday evening guests at Ray Uthof's for Cheryl Uthofs 9th birthday and Cindy Flints 5th birthday were the Glen Flints, Edwin Uthofs and Albert Shasers. Penny Hurlburt, daughter of the Junior Hurlburts, spent the weekend at Don Hurlburt's and Ray Uthofs while her parents were on vacation. The Harold Eimers family, and Mrs. William Eimers were Sunday callers at Hans Hanson's, Estherville. The Ralph Chesters, Plainfield were Tuesday guests at Watt Pertl's. the picture, she's a bit old and too strong to spank. But that's what most of those characters really need. A good spanking would perhaps impart a bit of wisdom by remote control. Trouble is it should have been done years before. Viola Rebecca Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Christensen, Pipestone, Minn., and Maurice Ray Carlisle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winfield A. Carlisle, Boulder, Colo., formerly of Whittemore, were married June 11, 1967. The ceremony was held at the Seventh Day Adventist Church at Hutchinson, Minn. Pastors Boyd Olson and Don Albertson officiated. The bride was escorted by her father. .Maid of honor was Beth Christensen, twin sister of the bride, Glendale, Calif. Bridesmaids were Brenda Christensen, Joanne Carlisle and Marilyn Bounds. Best man was Bob Kinder, Boulder, Colo. Groomsmen were Ken Albertsen, Al Zumach and Bruce Christensen. Ushers were Phil Smith and Larry Christensen. Soloists were Linda Christensen & Herman Harp accompanied by Mrs. Ken Albertsen and Ole Kristensen. The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. Viola Welch, 'Lincoln, Nebr. A reception was held following the ceremony at the Maplewood Academy Dining Room. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Dicker Warner, Hutchinson, Minn. Mrs. Asa Christensen served punch. Mrs. Ernest Aulick out the cake. Mrs. Jim Campion had the guest book. Waitresses were Joan Warner, Judy Aulick, Linda Christensen and Kathy Christensen. Alter a wedding trip to the Black Hills and Wyoming, they are at home at 435 So 41st St., Boulder, Colo. The bride is a graduate of Maplewood Academy, Hutchinson, Minn, and a graduate of Union College, Lincoln, Neb. with a B. S. in Music Education. The groom is a graduate of 13 other Models $100 to $325 HEAR MORE SOUNDS Whittemore schools and Ls now a senior in Zoology at the University of Colorado. Shower given at Seneca for Marilyn Goltz Seneca — Marilyn Goltz. who will marry Merle Halverson, was given a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Blakjer Lutheran church near Seneca. Barbara Westlind, Mankato, had the guest book. Corsages were given to the honored guest, her mother, Mrs. Leon- SUMMER SERVICES Blakjer Lutheran church services will be held on summer time beginning July 16 and will be at 8 o'clock. This Sunday wiP be the last Sunday for Sunday school. They will recess until the last Sunday in August. 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I 1964 Ford Custom 500, 4 dr., Standard transmission, V8, Radio, Beige color 1963 Mercury Monterey Custom 4 door, standard transmission, V8, Radio, Two tone. 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air, 4 door V8, automatic transmission, radio. 1962 Ford Galaxie 500 4 dr., power steering, V8, automatic, solid white color. 1962 Ford Galaxle 4 dr., 6 cylinder, standard transmission, Black color. 1962 Ford Station Wagon, 6 passenger, V8, crulse-o-matic, red color, Extra nice. 1962 Olds Fiesta Station Wagon, 6 passenger power steering, automatic transmission, white color, Nice! 1961 Dodge 4 door Station wagon, 3 sealer, power steering, automatic transmission. 1961 Mercury convertible, power steering, ' One owner, Extra Nice I 1961 Ford Galaxie 4 door, V8 automatic transmission 1960 Thunder bird, 2 door hardtop, air conditioned, full power, Sharp! 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