Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1966 · Page 3
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THE OTHER NIGHT on the idiot tube they had an explanation of ballet, a. kind of dancing so the Old Goat is told. The explanation did nothing to advance the cause of ballet watching as far as the Old Goat is concern ed. There is a good thing in girl watching, and the ballet girls wear but little except a wide skirt that sticks straight out with ruffles and stuff. When the male comes on the scene it's plain revolting. They jump up and down, prance, and clutch each other, the gal swooning into the arms of the man and kicking high. Maybe it is something of a dance, but it's about as sexy as an old dish rag, and for veteran girl watchers it's from nothing. y ,y AA, T> W Vv ANDY WILLIAMS is going the way of all over-promoted people in the entertainment world. He's getting to be at big a hunk of ham as Danny Kaye, hogging the spotlight all of the time. The other night he warbled one tune after another with his face plastered right on the tube. He had some guests and like Danny horned in on them. Most irritating is v/hen they have a dance number and what do you see — nothing but Andy's face with just a little idea of movement going on in the background. Jackie Gleason has sense enough to stay out of the June Taylor dancers and it's an entertaining bit of time for watchers. There are too many hams in the busi- meeting held March 15 at Bryant school Cub Scout Pack 70 met at the Hryant schoolhouse on March 15 with the new Cub Master, Rev. Merlin C. Davies, presiding. The opening was by Den 4, Mrs. J, Eller Jr. as leader. The attendance flag was won by. Dens 2, 3, and 5. Den 6 had the song, leader, Mrs. Frances Mohson. A skit was presented by Den 3, Mrs. Herbert Hetisley, Exhibit Was by Den 1, Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider, and Den 5, Mrs Ralph Hauser. Theme for the month is Knights of the Round table. Entertainment was by Dave Strickler who did some sketch ing. The meeting was closed by Den 2, Mrs. Jim Buscher. The Kiwanis club sponsors the Cubs and the new charter wa renewed this month. New mem bers of the Pack committee are Pat Montag, Phillip Ballard and Dick Ringsdorf. Treasurer is Richard Schneider; assistan Cub Master is James Buscher Rev. Harcey is the institutiona representative. A district Scouting exposition be March 26 at 7:36 p. m; t either the Swea City high chool or the Coca Cola plant in Humboldt. Admission is $1 a amily and tickets can be pur- hased from members of Troop 71, sponsored by Methodist Men. Other dates scheduled are: April 7—A bird house con;est. Each boy to make one and ,ake to either Ron & Jack's or Frederick hardware. April 9—Home-make kite fly- ng contest at Lucia Wallace school. April 16—Goodwill bags to be distributed. April 23—Pick up of Goodwill Wesley VloU Stutler The John Youngwirths had their 500 club March 13. Prize ivihhers were Carol Young- ivirtti, Betty Bode, LeRoy neighborhood Grandganett and John Youngwirth. The Mike Vitzthums will have the group April 3. Barbara Leek and Mavis Detmering, Cedar Falls students, will come Friday for a week spring vacation at the parental Garel Leek and Geo. Detmering homes. Barbara will teach first grade at Kenwood elementary school at Cedar Rapids this fall. Many Wesleyans attended the St. Patrick ham dinner at Britt Sunday served at St. Patrick's Catholic. Mrs. Olive Erdman and Mrs. Jim Olson attended a supper in the Congregational church, Algona, March 14 for those who took part in the selling of season tickets to the community concert. Mrs. Erdman is sales lady for Wesley and surrounding area. The Ben Wagners, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Al Wagner. They visi urday for Mrs. Clara: Ha Veriy's birthday. Mrs. Clara Ha verly was hoti* ored Saturday evening at * : a birthday dinner party at the' Country House near Mason Ci< ty. Her sons Kfetiileth, Dentils Hugh, Renwick, and Paul, Algjo- na, and wives and two daugn> ters, the Earl (Margaret) Thei* sens, Sauk Rapids, and Audfa, home, were hosts. The Fred Seefelts returned March 16 from Weslaco, Texas, where they spent the winter. The H. E. Hemmingsens spent the March 13 weekend in Dexter at her brother; Howard Walker's. Their sister, Mary Isenhart, was also a guest. The Hemmingsens went to 'Iowa Ci' ty Siinday where he entered the University hospital for surgery Monday. The Frank Beriteles, Swea City, called at Will Hauptly'S Sunday. Will Martinek was brought home by ambulance Saturday from, the Britt hospital where he had been a patient four weeks, following 2 weeks hospital!- zation at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Martinek's brother and sister-in-law, the Armin Adolfs, Adrian, Minn., are as- ^guests at the home oi Mr. arid ness. •x- -x- bags. April Pack meeting to be a THE SOB SISTERS are abou to go all out over Luci's wed ding, and stories are appearing now guessing about every littl detail until it becomes nauseat ing. In the meantime they keep an eye on the other dau#h*« who seems to be living it np a little with the Hollywood set. Unfortunately in this country the family of a president seems to be public property to be og- gled and fussed over and portrayed to the world. Maybe it's all right, and a little goes a long way but it would seem we will have to have an awful lot before the ga ga newshens get over the wedding and the honeymoon. pinewood Derby race. Awards for gold arrows were given Jeff Stephenson, Gerald Bramby, and James Monson David Besch and John Eller received wolf badges; David Rike bear and two silver arrows Ricky Buscher, denner badge Tom Kinseth, bear badge and three silver arrows; Elaine Mey ers, council badge; Donovan Christian, assistant denner. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE ted Al. Wagner;at the Britt hospital* where lie has been a pa- lent since Decehiber 13, when ic fell at their home and suf- ered a broken hip. The Dwight Wagners, Algona, spent Saturday evening at the parental Al Wagner's. The Mark Bodes, Omaha, attended the funeral of his grandfather, Harry Bode, Algona, last week. The Herman Bodes and the Mark Bodes visited Herman's sister, Mrs. Pauline Coady, Bancroft, who is ill of a leart ailment. Grade pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school will have an, annual spelling bee March 27 in the parish hall at 3 p.m. Only the 12 finalists will compete Sunday. Mrs. Martin Hamilton had her contract bridge club Saturday in Al's Lounge, The Paul Haverlys, Algona, were Friday guests of his mother, Mrs. Clara Ha verly, for her birthday. The Earl Theisens and Mary Ann, Sauk Rapids, Minn., were Saturday guests .of the Hugh Ha verlys at Renwick. The Leonard Undseys, Al bert Lea, Minn., were Sunday guests of their" nephew, the Ken Haverlys. Mrs. Kenneth.Haverly had the sisting in the Martinek home. The Herman Bodes, and Ken- tfrs. fhurman Gaskill. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sloan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sloan and family were Wednesday evening supper guests at the John Oxley home in honor of the anniversary of the Glen Sloans and the birthday of Mar- Vin Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer were Sunday dinner guests at the Jerry Puffer home in Algona in honor of Patricia's 5th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Lois Chambers in Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hof were also visitors. Mr. 'and Mrs. Lee William. met Mrs. Gary Williams and family at Ames on Saturday. Geri Lynn and Roger aceompa* nied their grandparents to Bayard to spend the weekend with Patricia Williams. Geri Lynn and Roger will visit their grandparents until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oral McCullough and family of Forest City visited Saturday afternoon with Corwith friends, and were weekend guests at the Roland Lenz home near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin attended the sub district men's meeting at Forest City Monday night. were Sunday dinnef guests Of" Mrs. LaVerne BoswbHh, Aftef- ttoon callers were Mr. find Mrs. Walter Kimball of Vetrtufa. Mr. and Mrs. Lou HooVef 0f Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Albeit neth ProhaskaSj Garner^went to Omaha . for the weekend with the Mark Bodes. :. , Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs and amily enjoyed Sunday dinner at the parental W. D. McCutcheon home at Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rasmussen of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen of Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger De Kruif and family of Britt were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gourley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crockett of Minneapolis, Minn, and Miss Jane Rollings-worth of Evanston, 111. spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Gaskill. Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe visited Sunday evening at the Lester Krauss home. Mr. and Mrs. George Gaskill, Mr. and .Mrs.- Paul Crockett of Minneapolis an,d Miss Jane Hollingsworth , of Evanston, 111. were Saturday evening dinner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner visited Sunday night at the Elwood Geary home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Zimmer man and Todd of Cedar Falls Mrs. William Gray and Richard of Clarion, were Sunday guests at the Bernard Spangler home Afternoon callers were Mr. ant Mrs. James Darrah of Kanawha and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schicht and family of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carman and Arlene of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Skelley home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul VanHel- ton and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Lerlia Galvin home at Knoxville. Richard Geary of Horseheads, N.Y., was M Thursday dinner guest of his brother and wife, Elwood Geary. Denise Tebben, six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tebben, broke her leg on a swing at her home, \ Mrs. Almedia Liptrap and Gteorge Cook of Eagle Grove of Klemine and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tindall, Jr. visited Thurfr day evening at the Dale Yeoman home. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Hankin and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Elbert spent the weekend in Des Moines. On Sunday they attended the Grand Old Opry. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paula attended a family linnev Sunday at the Lou Hor> er home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bonnstet er of Arnolds Park visited Friday at the Russell Tebber iome. Tony and Paul returned iome with them and on Sun day Mr. and Mrs. Russell Teb jen and Denise were Sunday quests and the boys returned iome with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr of LuVerne visited Sunday evening at the Joe Ezarski home Mr, and Mrs. Joe EzarSk spent the, weekend .with Mr. artd Mrs. Roger Rushing at Davenport. Wayne Woodbury and Ken Pratt of.Joplin, Mo. spent the weekend with Wayne's mother, Mrs. Inza Woodbury. Mrs. Elwood Geary and Pam visited Sunday afternoon with her father, Ed Schoenwetter at Garner. : .. Glenn Marr of Sauk Center, Minn, spsnt the weekend with his brother and wife, the Elmer Marr's. Mary Will of Mankato, Minn, spent Thursday and Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Cindy Bilbrey of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjer- 3agle (Sfove artd Mf. sftd Mrs. lmer Mart visited Sunday af- erhoon at the hdme of Mrs. Vila Brown/: Mr. and; MM, tttidy f Burt Visited Sunday after- loon ALGONA (l*wi) MONDAY,MA*CM3I sted. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfe of Algona visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Niewald of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish. D;Y.T. Club Friday, March will meet on 25 at the home of Mrs. Ernest Eliason with Mrs Clarence Jurgensen assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hill of it takes a heap of planning; tp buy or build a home. It takes sound financing too- and that's where we can help you. We specialize in home loans. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. AH Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save from the 15th—Earn from the 1st' SINCE 1917 —ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation jof Washington, ^C. -x- -x- •X- THERE ISN'T MUCH comic about the- comics with a few exceptions. Most of them are either biff and wham or arc tear-jerkers like a soap opera, Some of them are really out of this world, and others are spy stuff. The strips are the worse, with the single frame like Dennis the Menace fairly amusing. Dagwood is funny too but in a sad sort of way because he is always pictured as a dope, humored by his smart wife and smart children. Even his dog is smarter than he is pictured. Best is the Family Circle because it seems pretty true to life. •x- * # RICHARD VAUGHAN who plays Solo in the Man from Uncle was mobbed by girls in London when he landed there. Even, the po;ice had a hard time protecting him from the screaming females who had him down on the ground, crawling all over him trying to get a part of his clothes to gloat over with other teenagers. One often wonders what the people are really like who play the parts in films and on television. Chances are they are nothing like the characters they portray, and their screen life must haunt them sometimes. However being mobbed by girls is a nice way to be recognized, now isn't it? * * * THE OLD GOAT left last weekend to see his grandchildren and no doubt will be fully equipped with pictures on his return. 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