Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 9
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••••••••••••••••••••••.i HEY NOWI One Dr. Victor Kassell, a head shrinker of some kind, has come up with an idea life would be more interesting for people over 60 if they were allowed more than one spouse. In other words a fellow could have a couple of wives if he could support them. The Old Goat agrees it would be more interesting with the dag-gondest continual oat fight to watch. By the time a fellow gets to be 60 he isn't interested in getting into the festivities and is smart enough to sit on the sidelines and let the gals have at it. Of course it could be pretty brutal—women when they are mad just do not recognize any rules standardized by some count or Marquis of Queensbury for the manly art of knocking a fellow's brains dizzy with fisticuffs. As for any woman having more than one man around that's plain silly. By the time they. v get the kids raised and the old gent is beginning to slow down and need constant care they have had it, and one is about all they want to take care of at a time. Anyway that doc sure livened up the conversation among gents of the Old Goat's age—but that's all—just conversation. Alqonq K<muth County THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1W4-ALGONA, IOWA - '.'A, Sohpois for Five-County Area j Quintard of Algona Thursday presented a plan to the State Board of Education for two vocational and two technical schools which would serve a five-county area. Kossuth, Palo Alto, Clay, Emmet and Dickinson county school officials approved the plan on Wednesday. The proposed plan would establish technical schools at Estherville and Emmetsburg and vocational schools at Spen oer and Algona. A community college site is yet to be deter The State Board of Education will study the plan for five days. f approval is granted, the plan will then be returned to the Bounties involved where it will be studied by them for 71 days DOWN IN GEORGIA they have the most delightful legislature always coming up with some proposal that is off-beat enough to make the normally dull proceedings a bit interesting. The latest is a bill which would prohibit anyone appearing nude before strangers. Now that probably applies to girls who don't give a hoot about the altogether and flaunt it in dives where the customers can buy happy juice. However it raises an interesting deal. Suppose _a .fojlow ^r.,fli|il.: t \sreni to a doctor and as normal in such offices had to doff the clothing for the medical edification of the doctor. Maybe they know the doc, so that's no big problem, but how about the nurses and other sundry aides and lookers-on during an operation? Maybe they could be put in the hoosegow if they weren't properly introduced before the unveiling. How about that! Anyway it recalls the time • friend made a trip to see • so-called dancing girl in a tent at the fairgrounds and on coming out was asked if the girl was nude. "Naw", he replied, "she kept her shoes on." * * * THE FRENCH have now come up with a medal for Brigitte Bardot, the young girl movie star who in pictures seems to be one of the more frantic hay rollers. Anyone who wishes the gold medal replica can get one for what amounts to 200 bucks American. The Old Goat isn't interested—even at two-bits. Wonder what the Grand Charles would have to say about it? He has been getting mighty grumpy about things lately. » >!' * THE GIRL called Bar bra Streisand or something jike that now brags she's the highest paid performer at $50,000 per concert for a run of 20 concerts. That's a million bucks. There's something cockeyed in this entertainment business of all kinds when they pay that kind of money for a yelper, and put out six figures for • baseball or professional football player. The whole thing is •illy whether the money is or not. And sometimes the Old Goat is a bit suspicious these totals are swelled for publicity purposes and the real moolah is quite a bit less. These baggy pants guys who fust around a diamond seem to get an awful lot of money for the kind of thing the Old Goat used to do in workyup and called it fun. It's a silly old world. * * * ED SULLIVAN should have started his show with those things called the Animals the other night. Anything after thai was an improvement and that isn't saying too much either Ending it with that awful con coction of sound left a mighty sour taste. The Old Goaf doesn't understand opera, but two Sullivan had singing Seneca church Bible teachers are graduated E. Clisbys, Fairmont, Minn., are he maternal grandparents. The Gail Kauffmans, Cedar lapids, and Roger Osborns, of Carroll, were Easter weekend guests at Russell Kauffman's md Clarence Osborn's. Shirley Sullivan, student at spent Engaged Seneca — Bethel Bible stud teachers were honored at a fe' lowship hour following the fin al lesson on the Old Testament study last Monday evening at the church. Henry Looft, president of the - Blakjer congrega- MR. AND MRS. Keith B. Rowley announce the approaching marriage of their daughter. Jac quelyn, to James Higgs, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Don Higgs. They will be married June 12. She was graduated from Drake university in January, and teaches in Des Moines. He is a grain merchandiser for Pillsbury Co in Wayne City, 111. St. Joe couple will observe 25th wedding St. Jot — Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Kohlhaas will have their 25th wedding May 1. An open house at their farm home .from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 sponsored by their children will be held. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. No invitations have been sent and no gifts are re quested. The Kohlhaases were married April 29, 1941 in St. Joseph's Catholic church, here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. George J. Theobald, now of Spirit Lake, officiating. Both have resided here all their lives. Mrs. Kohlhaas, the former Amanda Thul, is a daughter of the John Thuls, and he is the son of the K. L. Kohlhaases. They have two daughters and three sons, Doris Ann, Mrs. Dean Dodds, Algona; Marian, Howard, Marvin and Allan, all at home. They also have two grandchildren, Debbie and Murl Dodds. re visitors hew Sunday Wittt that received Ms!g«jit«ito «t the , catty out tit&f |ttrt* «f th» Mrs. Adeline Wagner. Accompanied by their sister, Carol til* fers, from Carroll, they spent Saturday with their sister, Sis* ter M. Rosiyri P.B.V.M, at Osa* The Art Zeimeis moved front St. Joe to the house on the Kayser farm, north of St. Joe, Saturday. Art, former custodian of St. Joseph's parish, is employed for the Becker Construction Co. Cub leadin utMl dated at Titonka A Cub Leaders' Pow-Wow for Cubmasters, Pack Committeemen and Den Mothers will be held Sunday, April 24, 1:30 to :30 p.m. at the Titonka high chool. A Pow-Wow includes [emonstrations and displays of ub Scout ceremonies, games, crafts, stunts, etc. as well as discussions on pack administration and operation. This is a real un affair for everyone. Packs March Roundtable should faring gram, materials and be prepared tot v H H H H M I MlM 1H M II M 1 1 1 t H ( M I tit) I tl61i; r "preSentecr^ce?flTicates graduation to Kenneth Halverson, Ardith Halverson, Gaylord )lsen and Melvin Bratrud. Mrs. ielen Wilberg had been presen- ,ed with a certificate by former Pastor Stanley Hansen when he visited the Bethel class. The certificates represented completion of a two year teacher training course and qualification as an instructor. Upon completion of teaching one unit or seven weeks in the congregational phase of the program the teachers may qualify for a Bethel pin. Blakjer is one of 1,000 congregations in this Bible Study program. The next series of lessons for the Blakjer Congregation will begin next fall. Taking part in the study of the Old Testament under leadership of Kenneth Halverson, Gaylord Olsen and Helen Wilberg were the Melvin Bratruds, Raymond Bergums, Mrs. Edna Johannesen, John Johannesens, Ted Jensens and Jill, Elmer made the Animals look like their name was well chosen. Krauses and Cheryl, Loofts, Olaf Oftedahls, Mrs. Esher Jensen, Henry Jensens, Henry Wilbcrgs, Martin Wilberg and Otto Wilberg. FTA ELECTS OFFICERS Sentral Community Schools FTA met April 4. A talk was given by Jill Jensen. Reports on the state FTA Convention were given by Randa Hansen and Phyllis Cherland. Mary Lou Larsen reported on 1964 Teacher of the Year. Officers were elected: President, Gary Rath; vice, Robert Krause; sec., Mary Lou Larsen; treas., Mike Jackson; parlimentarian, Lennie Hassel; historian and reporter, Kathy Shadendorf. May 2, at 7:30 p.m., the Sentral FTA will host a tea for students interested in becoming teachers. Briar Cliff, Sioux City, he Easter holidays with her parents, the Francis Sullivans. The Kenneth Andres visited Thursday with the latter's sister, the Emil Oeltjenbruns, Mountain Lake, Minn. i Mrs. Amey Cherland and Mrs. Odey Cherland will have the ALCW at the church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Johannesen will have Bible Study with devotions by Mrs. Henrietta Thompson. The Gene Bolligs had their son, Daniel Eugene, baptized at the St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, Sunday. The Kenneth Bolligs were sponsors Guests at the Bollig home were the sponsors, and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Clara Bollig Bancroft. Afternoon guests we re the Louis Kollaschcs, Whit temore. The Bill Bernhards have their first daughter, 8 Ibs. 3 oz born April 18 at the hospita at Estherville. They have three ons. The Maurice Bernhards Bancroft, are the paterna grandparents. The Leonard Stessmans, Earling, and sons, Rev. Gerals Stessman, of St. Anthony Parsh, Des Moines, and Gail Stess- man, Conception, Mo. and Ver onica Stessman, Earling, were Thursday and Friday visitors at l Bormann's. Mrs. Bormann is a sister of Leonard and Ve ronica Stessman. Barbara Geischecker spent the weekend at John Bormann's while 'her parents the John jeischeckers were on a trip to Wisconsin. Brother Benedict Uifers, St John's, Collegeville, Minn., and Jini Uifers, St. Cloud State, we MODERN MIXERS MEET Seneca Modern Mixers Club met at Mrs. Richard Bauer's Tuesday. They voted a monetary gift to the Easter Seal campaign. The hostess had the entertainment. Mrs. Robert Burt will be the May hostess. The John Johannesens have a granddaughter, Mary Jennifer, born April 11 to the Ronald Johannesens, Swea City. 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