Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 13
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Serve of Rotary registrat fan desk THE KIDS PET parade Saturday was an amusing and yet kind of a sad affair for the likes of the Old Goat who recalls the days of his youth more faintly (but better) as time marches on. Anyway for a wonder there were no cat fights though one female watcher said she would have loved to have tossed her cat in the middle of the passle of dogs and watched the re suits. Says her cat could take on the whole kit and kaboodle of pooches, a healthy order. Braggin' a bit? In the old day* a boy and a stray dog came to an understanding all by themselves and if permitted to keep the poooh after considerable begging and pleading the dog adopted the family en masse. Now the pooch has to be shot full of this and that, and some of them, have pedigrees longer than their master's. But the old time mutt gave loyalty and love, without question or doubt. * # * NOW DOGS have to be on leash and in Des Moines the strays are being shot and whoop-te-do caused over it. In the old days a dog was a eon- stant companion of the kids in the family. There wasn't any TV to watch, and there wasn't much a kid did that the dog wasn't welcome. A boy rode a bike or walked, and the dog could amble along. There were no cars for kids. Most pooches were aclimated to constant change of people and welcomed each and every stranger. There was no great amount of growling or biting. The dog knew he was a dog and knew his place and kept it. Being a mongrel the pooch wasn't taking on any airs. Too many dogs today v seem to think they are people and the way some are.kept and pampered they are' entitled to think so. * m * THE WOMAN'S page in the Demon Register Monday reveal ed what a woman carries in her handbag or purse as she calls it. The trend now is to smaller ones. Recently the girls havi been toting what seems to be a least an overnight bag just in case they get an invitation fo the evening. Anyway many a husband has been nagged into emptying his pockets (of the junk he totes around when going out for the evening to some social event and finds the stuff he loves replaced by his wife's lipstick, mirror, comb and assorted odds and ends which seem to be essential. The evening purse the girls carry is just to show the other girls. The stuff that should be in them is in the husband's pocket. Of course the men have pockets galore, even pockets within the pockets. The men don't resent the lumpy appearance but if a woman's pockets were so stuf fed they'd look awful instead of sleek. * >!> * DAYLIGHT SAVING has raised heck with the Old Goat's built-in clock. It gets late before the Old Goat is ready at night, and the Old Goat isn't ready to get up when he has to. Maybe he'll get used to it but then it will be the same kind of a deal getting used to reversing the situation next fall. li tank MteHM In VM HIM Vlttnam (FMTNC) April 18 — Marine Staff Sergeant Bernard E. Burnett, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. John Vv. Burnett of Route 1, Algona, Iowa, is in the Vietnam combat zone with the 1st Tank battalion, 1st Marine Division in (Jhu L.ai, Vietnam. His battal ion proviues comoat support for ivianne divisions and provides the landing force with weapons capable oi destroying major lor- tmcaiions and Defeating heavy armoreu units. 'Irte 1st Tank Battalion nolus a vital role in the deiense of Chu Lai, Vietnam, nome oi the 1st Marine Division ana elements of the 3rd Marine \ving. FIVE ALGONA Rotarians are shown at the registration desk at the Garrigan school last Friday as one of the early arrivals, Pearl Kelsey of Hampton, checked in at the desk. Shown, left to right, are Don Nelson, "Bud" Anderson, John Claude, Stewart McFadden ^nd Wally Hilt, Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Algono Kcmuth THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1966—ALGONA, IOWA Open house for 25th wedding Algona pair Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges of Algona, will observe their silver wedding Sunday, May 1, with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at the VFW hall in Algona, sponsored by their children. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. No invitations are being sent. They were married April 28, 1941, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona, by Father Mallinger. Mrs. Thilges is the former Evelyn Dole, dau ghter of Mrs. Mary Dole and the late Fred J. Dole. Mr. Thilges is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. M. ThilgesT They have five children, Brenda (Mrs. Den nis Miller , West Bend; Maureen Garry, Connie, and Brian, all a home. They also have two grand sons, Jay and Keith Miller. are trying to sell their junk to Phooey to the whole them. lot Letters to the Editor Swea City, April 25, 1966 Dear Sirs, We were disappointed to find hat the dual track meet between Algona and Swea City last Thu- •sday was not in your paper There were several records broken and other good ones set and t is discouraging to the athletes to not get any recognition. It was quite a lopsided win for us so may not seem important to Algona, but it surely is to us even though it may have been just a practice meet. Others have been written up in your pa per so we feel this should have been too. Some Swea City Subscribers (EDITOR'S NOTE — The vent held in Algona last Thurs day was STRICTLY a practid meet, with no scores kept anc records written down. Had th meet been a regular dual con test, the Advance would o Dear Editor, ourse have given it full publi- ity.) 315 N. Williams Algona, la. April 22, 1966 I would like to thank you for he Advance "Oscar Contest." It s a fun contest, win or lose; and t certainly was a pleasant sur>rise when Mr. Gray phoned me tell me I had won the first Higgins, Frank, Julia, Helen and Jetty Ann McEnroe, the Leo McEnroes, and Mrs. Ethel Mcinroe and Hazel. Mrs. Jack Kutchara baked the cake and Mrs. Vick Arndorfer decorated it. Sunday callers were his two ^sters, the Bernard Capesiuses and Clarence Siemers, Mrs. Jim latton and Amy. Members of the Town and Country club brought lunch. They Were the Roman Arends, Melvin Arndorfers, Nick Arndorfers, Dick Grandge nett, Tony Grandgenetts, Mrs George Grein, Jack Kutscharas and the John Preuschls. Other guests were the Magnus Rahms, Roman Thills, Louis Me Enroes and Cathy and the Jame McEnroes. prize. Thanks Again Mrs. Du Wayne Klein Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher Mrs. Merle Halsrud had sur- ;ery at Lutheran hospital Wed- icsday morning. Mrs. Loren Daniel went to vs «•* Marlon Brando start in Sam Spiegel'* production of Chata" now at the Algona Thtatra. /. .owa City Friday for the week end with her husband a medica patient there. Lutheran church women met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Percy Watnem hostess. Mrs. Ri :hard Kinseth gave the lesson. The Ottosen Progressive Study club met Thursday with Mrs. itobert J. Le Mont. Roll call was Jokes. Mrs. Percy Watnem gave the lesson on art, discussing the paintings of De Gas, Rubens, and Rembrandt. Mrs. Fred Karn- pen led questions on Iowa. Mrs. Le Mont had the most correct. Mrs. Percy Watnem was elected vice, president for the coining year. Guest day will be May 12, in the evening. The dub women will take a Ft. Dodge tour May 19. Naomi Struthers was a Friday caller at Ralph Richards. Merle Halsrud and Mrs. Mina Wehrspann visited Mrs. Merle Halsrud at Lutheran hospital Thursday afternoon. The Ernest Enocksons, Humboldt, were Sunday visitors with his mother, Mrs. Gunda Enockson. The Richard Christiansens, Humboldt, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Jennie Bratland. The Mike Houses, Ft. Dodge, have a 6 Ib. 10 oz. daughter, Lori Ann, born April 18. Their son Bobby has been staying with Ms grandparents, the Donald Coopers. The Earl Olsons were Sunday guests at Marlyn Pflibsen's at Bode. The Herman Kramers, West Bend, and Lawrence Telford were Sunday guests at Roy Telford's. —Thursday A Friday "The Chase" 7:00 - 9:46 —Saturday "The Chase" 1:30 • 7;00 - 9:46 —Sunday "Our Man Flint" 1:30 - 3:35 5:40-7.45-9:50 —Monday Thru Wednesday "Our Man Flint" 7:00 - 9:05 WINS SALES AWARD H. Kuchenreuther, of Taylor Motor Company, : will receive Ford Division's Sales Award for outstanding performance during 1965 at a banquet at the Savery Hotel, Des Moines, Saturday, April 30. '-'... •->•;•.• Surprise party for couple on 25th wedding Mr. and Mrs. Phil Arndorfer were honored on their 25th wedding by a surprise dinner on April 16. Hosts were their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arndorfer and Jane Arndorfer. Guests were the honoree's bridesmaid, Mrs. Dorothy 2 Big Features -Wednesday thru Saturday APRIL 27-26-29-30 SHOW STARTS AT 8:20 P.M. THESE HAPPY WOMEN bo uncing around on TV with a new detergent make the Old Goat sick. Phooey—this added, improved, new, revised, and green, pink, blue, or poiple crystals is just a come-on to sell the product in the Old Goat's biased opinion. No woman the Old Goat ever knew ran whooping around belleiing her wash was whiter than her neighbor's. And the same thing goes for those toothpaste commercials which are stupid. Why the ADA let itself get conned into "accepting" any of that junk is a mystery. Frankly plain old soda will do it just as well. AIM: as for other obnoxious advertising such as those for headache to relieve irregularity, to hold false teeth firmly and deorodor ized, and so on the Old Goat makes a careful note of the product and wouldn't buy it for any money or trouble. Authors of these commercials are sick sick sick. And those who pay for such junk m,uj>t take a sad view of tihe stupid public ttoej ALGON Sunday thru Wednesday, May 1-4 "Our Man Flint" James Coburn — tea J, Cobb Thursday thru Saturday, May 5-7 Walt Disncy'i "BAMBI" Plus "TEENAGE OTTER" Sunday thru Wednesday, May 1-11 "When the Boys Meet the Girls" Connie Francis — Harvc Prcsncll Thursday thru Saturday, May 12-14 "Agent For H. A. R. M." Mark Riehmon — Wendell Corey Plus "Wild, Wild Winter" Gary Clarke — Chris Noel Midnite Show Friday, May 13 "Tomb of Ligelia" Plus "Dementia 13" Sunday thru Wednesday, April 15-11 James Stewart — Maureen O'Hara "The Rare Breed" Thursday thru Saturday, May 19-21 Elvis Presley in "Frankie & Johnny" Sunday thru Wednesday, May 22-25 Rosalind Russell — Heylcy Mills "The Trouble with Angels" Thursday thru Saturday, May 2»-J« "Secret Agent Fireball" Plu» "Spy In Your Eye" MAY - 1966 Sunday thru Tuesday, May 1 -3 Doris Day — James Garner "THE THRILL OF IT ALL" Plus Rory Calhoun in "BLACK SPURS" Wednesday thru Saturday, May 4-7 "BLOOD & BLACK LACE" "HUMAN DUPLICATORS" • •rrv THE BLOB" Sunday thru Tuesday, May 8-10 Audrey Hepburn in "BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S" JOHN WAYNE KIRK DOUGLAS PATRICIA NEAL TOMTRYON FAUIA PREMISS BRANDON de WILDE JILLHAWORTH DANA ANDREWS tHENRYFONDA «N OTTO MtMWMM PUN! SECOND FEATURE PANAVIGION-&METROCOLQRI SOPH IALO REN GEORGE REWARD TOEVOR HOWARD JOHN MILLS RICHARDJOHN80N 1DMGOURTENAY THURSDAY IS ... Plus "THE REWARD' BUCKNITE! Y OUn CAR AND Att ITS OCCUPANTS WILL SE ADMITTED FOR ONE BUCK , (A DOLLAR TO YOU ) Wednesday thru Saturday, May 11-14 "BIG T.N.T. SHOW" Plus "WAR OF THE ZOMBIES" Midnite Show Fridoy-Soturday, May 13-14 "PIT AND THE PENDULUM" Plus "BLACK SABBATH" Sunday thru Tuesday, May 15-17 Elizabeth Taylor — Richard Burton "THE SANDPIPER" Plus Kim Novak in 'The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders" Wednesday thru Saturday, May 18-21 "RED UNE 7000" Plus Rory Calhoun "YOUNG FURY" "SHOW STARTS AT DUSK" Sunday thru Tuesday - May 1-2-3 DORIS Doy JflMESGflRNEfc <ARIENE FRANCIS- AU -^ SECOND FEATURE ./ GONNA OIL.! BLACK tQsjP Sra. Thru Wed. MAY 1-2-3-4 ALGONA America's Playboy Hero! THAT MAN ftlNT...«« w «w«f 10 MATCH Alt OTHER SECRET AGENTS. . M He fAAKSS HO MISTAKES i IN BIG BEAUTIFUL THEATRE COLOR! Thurs. Thru Sal. APRIL 28-29-30 ALGONA AN EXPLOSIVE STORY OF TODAY I SHOW STARTS AT 8:30 P.M. From Sam Spiegel, who excited the screervwith The Bridge On The Riven Kwai" and "Lawrence Df Arabia"! COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents MARLON BRANDO SAMSP/EGEL'S Snn|b| tj IAN IIP %Z££S& JOHN M luuuceii Dt aura anaur ui a .Ml T

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