Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1967
Page 14
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WITH THE NEW television season about to start maybo it is not too much to hope that the powers that be in that industry will insist on some new commercials—at least. Some of them are getting so the Old Goat wants to frow-up when they come on. In fact the Old Goat identifies the product as being nauseating. A stranger to this world would think everyone has dry hair, body odor, tired blood., bad breath, dental odor, holes in tecthj dirty clothes, Jow back pains, dirty floors, dirty furniture, fat fannys, irregularity and can't sleep. In. fact it seems that about all the doctors have time for now is determining what to recommend most for their patients. It used to be a woman's features were unmentionable in polite society, but now the girdle peddlers and bra specialists make no bones about what their product can do to improve on nature. It's all a hunk of ma larky as far as 'the Old Goat is concerned. • * * WHAT'S MY LINE ended Sunday after 17'/i years and it looked like torn* of the folk* had a misty vision. The play backs of some old programs were a scream and Daly and Arlene wouldn't be recogniied by today's viewers. Actually the program lost it's ie»t when Dorothy Kilgallen died suddenly. She provided the "heavy" part in the cast as the villian, and her self- satisfied smirk when she zeroed in on a contestant kept viewers panting for the time when she got caught up and was wrong. You could tell she didn't like being fooled as she was a tough hard competitor. Arlene played the helpless fe- male.part,.and Bennet Cerf was the father image— • "neither something to make the audience turn it on again. The guest played the part of "everyone" so people could imagine themselves in that position. But the bell ringer was Doroothy Kilgallen. Like in the old time plays—people like to hiss better than they like to applaud. • • • THE OLD GOAT feels who have to catch a punt with a couple of tons of meanness heading directly for them, If the Old Goat was ever in that position he'd climb out of Chat stadium before the ball was kicked. It takes something to stand there and wait knowing that a 250-pounder is ready to sock you right in the bread basket the minute you get the ball. The Old Goat is a coward. • * • THE DOODLETOWN PIPERS won hands down for the summer telly season at far as the Old Goat is concerned despite Burns and Schriber. They were a nice looking, nice acting, happy bunch of kids, They were well trained, and while their singing was not grand opera it was mighty easy on the ears. And they seemed to enjoy it instead of screwing up their facet in pain like some of the fancy dames and gents who are touted so highly by that old stage flesh peddler Ed Sullivan, The puppet dog hid real charm though the Old Goat hates puppets, lln all the hours of trivial thing* there should be a place for the Pipers. Why not kick one of the shoot- em ups out and put the Pipers in? • • • BEST COMMERCIALS seem to be for the "sin" items of . beer and cigarettes. Nomination at present for the most nauseating is the Peter Paul * cartdy bar atrocity. But the headache remedies run a close second. The Old Goat is happy to lose self-staisfied Alen Funt on camera but w|ll miss some of his kiddies . shots. t * * PHOOiY TO TWIGGY. She arrived in an Indian cos- No self-respecting would ever look twice at ii|ch a bean pole o/ & female. Not only ' iOQ.eftO women couWn/jt Ufc scraps she pwis which the world should too So Bart Auxiliary , * ' .i - «L! "*' f ,Wi flAttflft VWNilv' to a ehiU Married at West Bend Sharon Sue Rolfson, daughter of Mrs. Elvin Rolfson and the late Mr. Rolfson and Mr. Terance L. Montag, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. John O. Montag, West Bend, were married Saturday, Aug. 19 in a double ring ceremony at St. Peter and Paul's church. Rev. Bernard Montag, the groom's uncle performed the ceremony. The bride was escorted by her great uncle Andrew Jensen. .Marcheta Anliker, the 'bride's cousin was maid of honor, and brides maids were Mary 'Rolfson, a cousin and Jan Montag, the groom's sister. Attending the groom were his brothers Kenneth Montag as best man and groomsmen Roibert J. Montag of Akron, Ohio and cousin Jerome Laubenthal. •Ushers were Charles Welter, Jr. of Morshalltown, Em.- mett Currans of Anderson, • Lnd. and Keith Montag. Acc- lytes were Martin Montag and Harold Bormann. Following the ceremony a luncheon reception was held in the church parlors. Hosts and 'hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anliker and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Laubenthal. 4-~Algona (Iowa) Advance THURSpAY^SEPT. 14,J967 Mrs. Charles Wtelitefrj, J T. had the guest book. Mrs. James Bargman, Miss Carol Anliker and Miss Kathy Shoeman served the punch. Mia. Edna Anliker and Mrs. Earl Joynt poured coffee. The cake was prepared by Mrs. Bert Rolfson, aunt of the bride, and was served by Mrs. Robert J. Montag and Mrs. Bert Rolfson. The waitresses were Ersel Anliker, Mary Anliker, Janet Rolfson, Sandra Rolfson, Sue Montag, and Cheryl Lundgren. Mrs. Ray Dalhma, Arlene Anliker and Doris Anliker took care of the gifts. The couple will live at 722 Simpson St., Evanston, IU. The bride will begin working on her Master's degree at Northwestern University and the groom, employed in the Systems Dept. of Sinclair Refining Co. in Chicago, is working on his Master at Loyola University. Both are graduates of the West Bend High School and of the University: of Iowa at Iow • REACH 27,800 HOMES BY ADVERTISING IN THE "PEACH" •wrt — The Legion Attxtl* lary was held Tuesday, fiept ft in the Legion hill, HOtte**- es were Helen Wernen Mid Cells Scott,. EWe Winter gave a report of the county meeting in Titonka. There were 68 registered and seven Girl Staters gave reports. .A memorial service was held for seven members in the county who died last yetr. The next County Auxiliary meeting will be at Wesley, Nov. 14. A total of $50 worth of needed clothing was sent to the assigned child. Dues from 32 senior members and junior members were sent. Pres. Elva Boettcher, conducted the school of instruction. The junior conference will be held Sept. 9 at the Sacred Heart school in Fort Dodge. Open house for District Pres. Ruth Simonsmeier will be held Sept. 17 at Lake Mills. The District fall conference will be held at 8 p.m. at Hum- 'boldt Sept. 24. The committee Ullie Foth, Ruth Simonsmeier and Elva Boetteher met and revised the rules which will be read at the November meeting. Cookies will be sent to Woodward i(ni February. The regular sewing meeting will be held at the home of Gladys Hawcott . The hymn of the month was sung. NAMED BAND QUEEN Linda, daughter of the Frank Beckers; and a Burt senior was' elected by members of the band as queen at Algona Band Festival, Oct 7. She is Senior. Glass Pros.; Band Pres.; Mixed Chorus Pros.; Editor of School Paper; Vice Pres, Honor Society; on Annual Staff, sings in dee Club, Mixed Chorus and small vocal groups, Operetta and out for basketball and track. She is active in Presbyterian church and choir:and. youth groups and Sunday School organist; and carries 5 school subjects this year. ,=•*' CHURCH GROUP MEETS There was a good attendance at regular WSCS meeting at Burt Methodist church Sept. 6. .The program *. was:: j Dynamics ; for Self e Discovery ; by Genevieve Graham and Lefie McMullen. A report of Guest day at Good Hope, church Sept. 1 was given, .and ^••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Baia . that the easiest and best way to do her laundry is HL There's no rubbing and scrubbing, no lifting and hauling with an electric automatic clothes washer and dryer. She just sets a dial and lets her electric servants do the rest. She has more time for other household duties, more time for herself, when she has an all-electric laundry to get clothes hygienically clean and dry. See your electric appliance dealer about an electric wfs/ier and an electric glothey dryer for your home. Algona Municipal Utilities Mildred Larson gave t KBjfoft of Sdhtti el Mia*** it SKM* City WTNcn MM! and rrMion SiKtet altiAded. -in* iMttiftl WSCS- North C«n4rtJ JtifUdfc lion ffiMttfli wffl'l* held «t St. ftrtd'* Ifottodiftt church in Cedif lUpidi Oct.; ii to id. Committ«.wtll meet MMMI to pl«n the annual turkey tup- per to be served at Burt Methodist ctiurch Get, 11. Kitchen chairmen Me fithel Smith and Beulaff Davis and dining room chairmen we Janice Sctaelter and Ivy Simmons. TIACMIS NfW CLASSIS , A new vocational course in electronics will be available at Mitchell high school in Colorado Springs,. Cob., this year with $30,000 worth of equipment. It Will be one of the finest and best high • school electronics shops in the ' nation. It will have the latest in teaching aids and equipment. Gary Schenck will teach the class. He graduated from Burt high school in 1949, attended Southern Colorado state college and has had six years employment in the electronic industry. He will soon have his bachelor of arts degree and will continue to Work on his master's degree. Schenck has been employed by Western Electric-dynamics and by Clifton Precision Products. He has also been a self employed radio and television repairman. Gary Schenck is the son of Mrs. Ray Me- Whorter here. v The Glenn Wallaces visited Monday at Wallace HawcoU's and. Gladys Hawcott's. Also visitors were,the Ray Kamms, Washington/ 111., • cousins of the late George Hawcott. The Ward Winkles, Cedar Rapids, were recent guests of the Kenneth Sarchets and were supper guests Monday at Ray McWhorter's. Weekend guests at Walter Steward's were the Gary Ab- bases, Qutyicy, HI., Ridhard bfiftfffiatii ifid TifiKrthy, K* loin, ifld the Ray Millers, EMtleT vill&v . . School _boafd election li at Towti Midi, 12^ ? Pnr Mofr day, t^ Smlth^Jr. term ex^ pif &§,Sefw», "jnfi^Ktif'f' v r '!*"*> TTK. M*rli, R<ch«fdJ, Brttt, Were guesti Thursday of Mt*. tttft Holdren,, Guests t week ago Sunday of the Carl Reynolds were the Karl Chambers, Corwith, and Mel tMicken's and John Dackeftt, Dds Moine*. Roberta, daughter* of the Cletus Zwiefels. .visited the Myrtle Xwicfels before Pits? fettifned to. college fridiy. ,,Zwiefel and Patsy Wefe ts at Cecil HoUsettoHef'rt, efcome, Minn., and Sunday Were guests , at. Clireftce Merits in Seneca. The Howard Salisbury* spent the weekend ifi Faff* bault, Minn., at Milton Silts* bury's. Brian Salisbury had spent two weeks on the farm and returned home with them. Ail attended the Twins-Detroit ball game. The George Burelbachs, Perham, Minn., Jim Burelbach, Detroit, Midi., afld Martha LiAge, St. Paul, ' Mrs, fcufelbicn and Unge are sisters of Mtt. Nelson. /- • , *' .,, , flie Gary Pffngtar, Springfield, 111., spent Lalfrday weekend with her mother, Mrs, Kite Gfoen, and other relatives. 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