Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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•eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee >. I. 0. •eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeee THERE'S ENOUGH misery and trouble in this silly old world without the picture of a Viet Nam Chinese profiteer being shot by a firing squad in the family newspapers of this country. Why go to the end of the earth' to show a cruel and miserable thing to feature with a picture showing the guy crumbling under the blast? Worse, much much worse, was the showing of the actual shooting on television, and picturing the screaming wife and the fellow's children crying as guards held them back. THIS is civilization? Maybe the guy deserved it and all that, but it isn't something to be dished up here. Shouldn't there be a bit of dignity reserved even for the condemned? * # # YUCCCKI The manufacturers of that evil smelling dish sauerkraut arc endeavoring to make it more appetizing by flavoring the stuff. If the Old Goat's memory is any good the stuff doesn't need much flavoring or aroma, having plenty of its own. But the folks selling the stuff are suggesting having it flavored with cheese, pineapple (URR- RRRUUP) tomato chunks, red hot peppers and such stuff. The Old Goat is not numbered among those who love the dish—in fact if the Old Goat is going to eat at the same table it will be on the windy side at a picnic, and the Old Goat detests picnics. The last time the Old Goat was on a picnic a happy little feathered friend made a contribution right on the Old Goat's plate. It was unfortunate the little feathered friend did not understand the more bitter words of the English language the Old Goat addressed to our feathered friend and the world in general at that moment. # # # ISN'T THE AUDIENCE getting a bit fed up with Ed Sullivan's dopey Italian mouse? The Algeria Kcmuth (ountv THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1966 - ALGONA, IOWA vance Mary Misbach engaged MR. AND MRS. Leighton Misbadi of Algona announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Katherine, to David Arthur Smart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Smart, Evanston, 111. The wedding is planned for June 25. She is a 1962 graduate of Algona high school and will graduate in June from the university of Iowa where she is a member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority. He is a graduate of Northwestern university where he was affiliated with Delta Tau Delta. He is now attending Indiana university school of law, Bloomington, Ind. ter, and tome other joker. Fortunately they eouldn'l find a city that would sport* tor the fight—the word "sponsor" really meaning pay a huge turn for the privilege. The only thing important about the world champion* •hip In the fight racket is, Money money money. : . . , . j WELL LIZ and Richard have returned to Rome which by the way didn't go into spasms of delight about it. In fact Rome was a bit cold. That's where all the fuss started if the Old Goat remembers correctly, and it's a good place to end it—but quietly please. County 4-H cage tourney in full swing The Kossuth County 4-H basketball tournament is how in full swing. First and second round games have been played in most of the county. The semi-finals for the southern part of the county will be held at the Algona high school gym on Wednesday starting at 7 p.m. The northern semi-finals will be played March 22 at Ban- croft St. John'* high school it ?. The county championship will be played at Burt high school March 28 at 7 p.m. Here are scores of games completed in the first round: St. Joe Jr. 18 Union Jr. 13 Whittemore Jr. 28 Cresco Jr, 12 Whittemore Sr. 52 Union Sr. 47 Garfield Sr. 47 Cresco Sr. 18 Prairie Jr. 17 Plum Creek Jr. 16 LuVerne Jr. 40 Wesley Jr. 21 Plum Creek Sr. 50 Algona Sr. 16 LuVerne Sr. 53 Wesley Sr. 9 Grant Jr. 24 Aggressive Lads Jr. 10 Greenwood Jr. 34 Ramsey Jr. 8 Aggressive Lads 45 Greenwood Sr. 36 Grant Sr. 48 Ramsey Sr. 13 llound Oamoi more convenient for to* ON* Whittemore Jr. 42 St. Joe Jr. 20 Garfield Jr. 27 Algona Jr. 21 St. Joe Sr. 41 Lotts Creek 40 Whittemore Sr. 55 Garfield Sr. 47 LuVerne Jr. 27 Prairie Jr. 25 LuVeme Sr. 56 Sr. 46 Plum Creek OBSERVE BIRTHDAY The birthday of Mrs. Hattie Burlingame was observed Monday, March 14, and open house for her relatives, the Merriam family, was held from 3 to 5 o'clock at Mrs. Julius Baas'. The honoree's actual birth date is March 15 but the 14th was certtcd, ROUND ROilN Scorn for the St Aaa tal auxiliary "Round RoMa" ... February are Stlly Gant tad Sue Anderson, 16,140; AJUU Snere and Joan Diamond, 14,* 660; Donna Ctevinl and Birara tiverist, 14,680} Artene Mill* and Helene Whittemore, 14, 030. .;• ; 80TH BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Merle Weboter went to EsUierville Sunday to attend the birthday ooBeTVUtte for an aunt, Mrs. Maude Brown, 80, at the home of the horiOree'a daughter, Mrs. Jack Hanaoo. BIRTHDAY CLUB The Rebekah Birthday club was entertained Wednesday evening by Mrs. Elizabeth Old Goat would bet it's Ed's favorite because Ed can get in on the act and make like he's a performer. In the first place all puppets are an offense against nature. They were used in olden days to lampoon kings and stuff like that so the guy wielding the sticks and lines wouldn't get his head chopped off by an offended potentate. # * # THE OLD GOAT has always been completely baffled by the magicians and the one the other night on TV picking birds out of the air had the Old Goat all bulging eyes. In fact the Old Goat hasn't caught one since the old chau- tauqua days when they were a favorite in the big tent set up on the old Central school grounds where the high school is now. (The Old Goat saw the egg the guy pulled out of the Old Goat's ears). Other thrillers were the bands, the Williams Jubilee singers, and even William Jennings Bryan. But topping them all for the youngsters of those pre-radio days was the magician. •x- * * ONE OF ALGONA'S matrons suggested to the Old Goat he comment on the Swartz column item about a man wearing a woman's garter belt to hold up his long winter-style socks. Phooey! When the Old Goat was a boy and wore knee britches all boys wore garter belts at tached to their underwear to hold their long black ribbed stockings up. Some of the more daring, it was reported, held theirs up with a rubber band. So what else is new? (Those were, also the happy days of the button shoe.) ' ' * '" * * * BEST NEWS LATELY has been the cancellation of the fighting farce between Cat- sius Clay, the one-man filibus- REDUCED FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY! Men's Dress and Sport Shirts from Regular Stock Re«. 3-M Sports Shirts Big selection of long sleeve styles with spread, Highboy or Ivy collars. Handsome stripes or plaids in sizes small, medium, large, extra large. Buy now for Easter, and SAVE! Reg. $3 Dress Shirts Fine Stafford Club quality. Long sleeve in fine broadcloth; short sleeve style in dacron polyester cotton batiste or broadcloth. Snap tab or spread collars, sizes 14V2-17. 1966 Eased lines, effortless shapings ana overall elegance usher in new ladylike loveliness for you this season. Witness the wonderful control of fullness, the complete sense of freedom and femininity that is as current as spring. Discover \ fashion of importance in our incoming -f collection now. "Algona's Fashion Center For Women and Girls" '.4 1 H 1 f I ,( -i I

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