Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Alqono Konuth THURSDAY; MAY s, IM* - ALGONA, IOWA Swedish girl gives program Gleaners, MfS. Barber tnd Mrs. Ernest Berge ill the iteMd* Room; May 12, , Ruth Circle, Mrs. Julia Halve*ion and Mrs. Laura Enger, in chur«h; Altar Guild, Mrs. Leo Holland and Mrs. A. C. Rossing, in fireside Room. Monday, Mary Martha at Mrs. LeRby Worby's, co-hostess, Mrs. James Jacobson. HEY NOW! This business of growing old may have something at that! Seems that at one rest home they are serving beer and sherry wine to the oldsters. The management says the old folks are much more apt to start conversations with others and thus for a while forget their aches and pains or whatever they think about all alone Sounds like a good idea. Some of these aged gents may think that woman of some 80 years is a real doll. It is said a few martinis in an aging gent makes all women look much younger, and perhaps a load of sherry would make an 80 year old woman take a second glance at that doddering fellow who looks younger. Maybe if the oldsters were about half tonked most of the time they'd be a lot happier and therefore healthier. Make them turn their thoughts outward instead of inward. The Old Goat wonders at what age that therapy is advised. # * * DISCRIMINATION, that's what it is. The professors at the university of Arizona have com* up with the idea of giving lower gradts to girls who wear too short dresses. When the Old Goat went to school it was grades that counted, but then the girls wore skirts that swept the ground. It seems a bit strange however to downgrade a student just because she wears • short skirt. In fact maybe some professors should be a bit more lenient in his grades if the shemale did let some leg show to brighten up his drab life. This kind of thinking should be nipped in the bud. WHo is qualified to say what the length of a skirt should be except the gal who wears them? What gives a professor the right to say a student should get a lower grade because of a higher skirt? If such be the case why not give a long-haired boy a lower grade if he didn't cut it—which would make more sense? THEY'VE DISCOVERED sq me "blue" people in Kentucky way back in the hills. Seems there's something in the water that gives the people a bluish tinge instead of the pinkish tone for the so-called whites. Frankly with this information coming out about April 15 the Old Goat believes the color may be caused by income tax sadness, making them mighty blue. * * * HORRORSI The paper that depends on Iowa came out with a story the girls art to paint designs on their legs. Seems they want to draw attention to them and the cosmetic sellers have come up with this idea to sell their product. Life is tough enough without having flowers, birds, scenes, etc. painted on the girls' legs. It's enough to show the leg as far as men are concerned, but then it is said the women do not dress for men —they dress to impress other women. Anyway the Old Goat would take a dim view of a couple of long-stemmed petunias ambling down the street toward him. THAT RADCUFF female college girl who advertised for a male roommate for a one-year marriage during school has admitted her advertisement was somewhat on the joke line, but that she got some 820 offers. Now the Old Goat being in the age when wisdom is the only consolation thinks any girl who advertised on that kind of a deal should be given a wide berth on the theory she means no good, and a fellow would be in deep water before he knew he couldn't swim. They sure didn't teach that kind of stufl in the colleges when the Old Goat was there—when is none of your business. * * * A WOMAN WAY down in South Africa in Johannesburg got a divorce from her husbam because he objected to her wearing slacks. The trouble is the gent really was upset and went after the woman with a pair of shears to trim her pants into shorts. The woman wasn' too sure where he would chop and beat it into the tall bushe to got away. The Old GOING TO LABRADOR A1C Jerry Mitzven, at grandparent* ind Mrs. Hubert iood and the late Mr. Hood, Humboldt, are m»tefn*l grandparents. The btby has been fta* lied David Miles, ind hi* a too- ther, Michael Hubert. The Mick Helmahs moved recently from Mason City to Winona, Minn., where he is employed at Gambles. Mrs. Tim Holland had her bridge club Wednesday eve< Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., for 2W years is spending, a 30 day leaye at his mother, Mrs. Laura Mitiven's. He will leave May IT for Goose Bay, Labrador, whe re he will spend 15 months in supply depot. This base is the largest installation base in La brador, and is a stopover for planes going overseas. HOLD STYLE SHOW The Home Economics class of TwinlRivers had an annual Style Show April 18 in the Bode gym. Girls participating were in grades;-7-12 with the majority frofa junior high, and 84 fash SANA SVEDMAN, foreign exchange student from Sweden, is hearing the end of a year's, study at the Algona high school Last Wednesday, she was the star; performer in an assembly program at the Algona high school and is Shown displaying the flag of her native country during her talk. She has lived with the Mitch Taylor family here during the current school year; * v : 'Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike"' 1 " " ere modeled. Mrs. Dennis "Anderson, Bode, is the tea- 4 hejr ; '• The Mick Helmans, Winona, Minn, have a son born March 22 in Mason City. The Miles Hel- ning. Prizes were won by Mrs. Kiddi Croker, high, Lucille Tor* gerson, second and Ruth Gangestad, low. Mrs. Nora Quill and Mrs. Carl Opheim were guests of Mrs Carrie Gregorson in Humboldt Wednesday. Larry Torgerson, employed at Collins Radio, Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson. Jerry Jenson was a visitor in Bode Saturday. He is employed in Cedar Rapids. Norman Holland, Waucosta Township, Viola Thompson, Bode, and Mrs. Howard Tellier, Rutland, attended a GOP precinct board meeting at the Renwick library Wednesday. Mrs. Leon Gangestad and Mrs. Dewey Morse had the DAB meeting at Dewey Morse's in last weekend. They also visited his father, Maurice Aasheiitt, a >atient at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. the Gary fembretsofts, Deborah, visited last weekend at the parental Royal Hanson's. The Burton Roods spent sev* eral days last week at their farm in northern Missouri and visiting at Lamoni. The-Melvin Bratlands returned Wednesday after several days in Dubuque visiting their daughter, the Jerry Ostroms. The Hugh Edwards, Hum boldt, virtted Tuesday *t Lset Kilteen, ft Haod}^ ma. HK* ted sevefaJ days last wwk *it his parents, the Marcus Rol lands. ' : The Carl RoliandV Minn., visited, last weekefid at Leo £•} V.UlVv Holland' Advertise in the Advance — j largest PAID elfeulatleni • Humboldt Monday. The Dr. Ralph Denver, visited the Aasheims, Miles Hel- Aasheims TRAVELING TEEPEE CAMPING TRAILERS the finest fold-down camper on the market! See the complete line of trailers at the .. WIQWAM e WAGON DAMPER'S SHOW AT MASON CITY MAY 6-7-8 MALLO TRAILER SALES 1407 North Virginir MASON CITY, IOWA sessions in of the Washington,D.C. eft DesMOines Friday by chartered bus, and : spent Friday night in Toledo,' Ohio, arriving at the Arlington Motel in Wash- ngton, D.C. Saturday evening. Mrs. Gangestad, Mrs. John Ol Bode — Mrs. Leon Gangestad returned Sunday after a week m Washington, D.C. attending the 75th (Diamond) DAR Continental Congress in Constitution Hall. The. group of 35 lowans agrees wearing slacks is obnox ious but tishtish waving a pair of shears does upset a woman a bit. son, Livermore, and Mrs. Eva Volberding, Humboldt, J are members of the Mary. Brewster Chapter at Humboldt, one of the smallest chapters in the state. Mrs:, Olson and Mrs. Volberding were delegates to the Congress. They attended a number of sessions and an Iowa luncheon featuring Iowa ham, and a for mal banquet at the Mayflower Hotel. They toured the city, the National Capitol .and.grounds the National cemetery, the Lee mansion, changing of the guard the Kennedy grave, Mt. Vernoni the Masonic Temple and,a re* ception at the White House. | Mrs. Gangestad also visited Sarah Thorson, employed at the Pentagon, and her sister, Mrs. Anna Marie Thorson Browine, who lives at Oxen Hill, Mdl Mary Stadtmeller, a former Bo> deC teacher and friend of; Mrs. Gangestad who has been tivinjj in Washington, D.C. a numbei of years, took Mrs. Gangestad to a number of other places o| interest. Miss Stadtmeller is al so employed at the Pentagon. CIRCLES TO MEET • Circle meetings for May St. Olaf Lutheran church are May 11, Young Matrons a Mrs. Ned Bohach home "in Liv . l ..H"riir**-H--HH"H"H"H"l"H U-M 1'M'l I.Mil"! I Mil ill II Hit M Mi M1 1 1 l"H"l H II II li A fine sweater gives versatile fashion cues hosiery Bright enameled pins charm with their Exactly her choice: a gift certificate in amount. compliments are the paternal mans and SHEAKLEYS "Your Algona Fashion Center for Women and Girls" H^vHvlvH^lvM*-^^ ! 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