Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
Page 7
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•••eeeeeeeeee«eeeoeee«ee GOODNESS GRACIOUSI Sakes alive! And all that kind of stuff, Some joker who went through medical school and didn't learn a thing except that a cadaver doesn't talk is out with the idea that sex causes cancer! So does living! If you're not living it's a cinch you won't get it. Someone should have told Eve about that back in the Garden, of Eden and maybe she wouldn't have been so anxious to get Adam to munch on the apple. Frankly scaring by cancer threats isn't going to, do any more good on that little detail than it has done on the cigaret smokers. Anyway the joker got his name, in the papers and caused a lot of snickers and subdued conversation here and there. Even a blonde mentioned it, a single blonde, up until July anyway. Maybe a mouse would scare her, but cancer .. at this stage of the Aljono JioHutii (ountyJX A IHSDAY, JUNE 16,1966 - ALGONA. IOWA - ^^ V THURSDAY Fifteen get straight A in final Algona Honor Roll The honor rolls for the Algona Junior and Senior high schools were announced Saturday, June 11. Fifteen high school students received straight "A's" for the second semester, while two eighth graders earned the four point average for the fourth quarter in the junior high. Receiving straight "A" were: Seniors, Phil Taylor, Sue Moulton and Sharon Sundet; juniors, Dennis Georg, Kathie Morz, Dana Hartman; sophomores, Tom Jones, Debbie Laws, Linda Ross; freshmen, Kathy Buchanan, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber, Kathy McBride, Rosemary Pendergast, Linda Schlapia; 3th grade, Gerry Whittemore and Marilyn Dau Others were: on the honor roll mating game nope! THE OLD GOAT thoroughly approves of the idea in England that the Boy Scouts should quit wearing these short pants which look like Bermudas. First thing you know someone may think they are girls with that get-up on. Which brings to mind those gosh-awful tight pants the females are wearing these days. It's a mystery to the Old Goat how they get into them without a shoehorn—and. dinged few of the modern ' generat- tion would have any idea of what a shoehorn is. One theory advanced by a thoughtful gent as he watched the watermelons go by is that the girls get them as tight as possible then sit down in a tank of water to shrink them to "fit." In one instance, by golly, 'there was a bulge of bare girl where the pants left, off, th«f were so tight on her. .-•••• Seniors — Bob Bradford, Jregg Buchanan, Lane, Dave Mark Conn, Martin, Ron kelson, John Snyder, Mike Stillman, Dale Teeter, Dennis Breidert, .Arlene Anliker, Sally Bay, jinda Cooper, Jo Ann Cox, Eliana Febles, Sandi Haag, Jacque .imbaugh, Cynthia Long, Jeanne Malueg, Barb Medin, Sharon Menneke, Joy Meyer, Shari Nelson, Marty Pendergast, Marjo Pomplun, Cheryl Rusk, Linda sands, Margaret Schutter, Darlene Stevenson, Carol Teeter, Judy Thomson. Juniors — Tom Claude, Chris Conn, David Gerber, Roger Menneke, Larry Munger, Jim Schufc- ter, Steve Waller, Clint Young Merlyn Metzger, Rosemary Bullock, Darla Carr, Connie Darbyshire, Sandy Harmes, Donna Kenyon, Barb Knudsen, VaLora Kueck, Marilyn Paetz, Caro Sloniker, Lark Whittemore. THAT WAS A REALLY WET wedding the Old Goat attended Saturday night during/the heavy drop of dew! The water was coming down 'by the buckets, and when the Old Goat got into the church his pants from the knees down were soaked, and his shoes went squishy when he walked. In fact the Old Goat took in two hitchings Saturday which is quite a bit of .over-powering by the female kind of get- togethers. Wedding are definte- ly for the women. They get escorted down the aisle and the old goat she married comes a tagging along like Mary's lost lamb. Most men couldn't care less what the'-bride Js wearing, but the ensemble (whatever that is) is carefully checked by all the women. The Old Goat doesn't know from nothing about it but the two brides looked pretty good to him from where he sat, which was right on. the aisle, so it was. THIS IS THE END! The guy who designed the topless bathing suit for the girls has now come out with a collection of sleepwear! Now there's where the Old Goat draws the line. He just wouldn't read the stuff. Sometimes it's' a great thing to be just plain ignorant, SOMETIMES it seems the silly season is always with us. Women work with reverse gears in full swing, as witness the wearing of that lipstick called "Immoral Coral". Now manufacturers have come up with a nail polish assortment that the women can mix up to suit themselves. They can change the color .without even taking off the old goop. Frankly the OW Goat is of the opinion the fingernail color most of the girls should wear would be called "Bachelor's Blood" or maybe "He got away—Branded." FORTUNATELY the wedding of Luci and her young man is not going to be televisld. That's a break for the men anyway. However it is certain the sob- sisters of the press, radio TV will be on "duty with their ga-ga descriptions. The Old Goat wonders who dreams up these descriptions of the weddinj gown! Whoever it is speoka da Onglish! Sophomores — Jeff Allen Steven Anderson, John Freder ick, Doug Jones, Jim Jorgenson Dale Pedersen, Greg Perkins Gregg Powell, Randal Riedinger Dean Teeter, Cathy Chrischilles Virginia Deal, Donna Fisher Wendy Gardner, Sara Huber Bev Knudsen, Linda Martin, Cm I dy Miller, Phyllis Moulton, ice Roaber, Judy Scobba, Niki Wegner. ' Freshmen — Tim Black, Phil Bode, Sergio Febles, Max Laird, Ward Leek, Dean Lowman, Dave Riley, Mark Snyder, Todd Treganza, Terry Ziesman, Lavonne Baas, Julie Hungate, Linda Allen, Mary Anliker, Linda Bonnett, Susan Dodds, Becky Fisher, Evelyn Haack, Rosemary Hutchison, Barbara Jergenson, Jean Jorgenson, Miriam Kautsch, Debbie Logan, Felice Norman, Judy Sigsbee, Kathy Skow, Nancy Wagner, Peggy Zittritsch. in attendance. 8th Grade — Neil Anderson, Robbie Claude, Terry Dailey, Gary Gade, Gary Hagen, Tom Laing, Bruce Marshall, Stephen Merryman, Bruce Mueller, Steven L. Schultz, Steve Willrett, one Metzger, Theresa Beau- moat, Judy Brass, Lynn Buchanan, Julie Chrischilles, Dixie Irail Decky Devine, Rebecca Igel, Janice Farrow, Christine Jroen, Marlene Groen, Cindy iansen, Virginia Hardgrove, Sharon Hix, Debra Johnson, Diana Levy, Becky Mino, Marcy Moen, Dorene Mowers, Jane Sabin, Jan Schulz, Kathy Taylor Debbie Will. 7th Grade — David Charles James Harris, Robert Knuaseu Ronnie Medin, Dan Menneke, Rick Nielsen, Randy Ricklefs, Steve Schutter, Jon Sjogren, Robert Stillman, Vicki Anderson, Sherry Bulten, Marjorie Dailey, Linda Derbyshire, Susan Divis, Lynn Erickson, Nancy Haag, Gail Kirkland, Linda Marshall, Zeldia Meehlhause, Kathrin Peterson, Peggy Sabin, Virginia Schultz, Carol Smith, and Maria Wittkopf.. Honorman — Seaman Recruit, Robert Shipley of Villisca received the Honor man's Plaque at a recent USN Graduation Sentral class has a reunion at Lone Rock Lone Rock — The Sentral graduating class of 1961 held a reunion Sunday at the Lsgion hal bringing a pot luck dinner. Sev enteen of the 34 graduates were i attendance. Present were Gerald Angus, Laurens; Judy Berkland (Mrs. Jerry Hanna), Forest City; Gol- leen Collins, St. Paul, Minn.; Sandra Ellefson (Mrs. Bill Wiener, Temple City, Calif.; Dennis Geitzenauer, Fenton; Jeanette Hanna (Mrs. James Jensen), Albert Lea; James Jensen, Albert Lea; Janice Hannover, (Mrs. Larry Ramus), Lone Rock; John Hovey, Lone Rock; Donna Knoll (Mrs. Roger Frink), Whittemore; Carolyn Madsen, Albert Lea; Susan Montgomery (Mrs. Raymond Neswold), Britt; Richard Peterson, An then, Iowa; Bryan Mortenson, Fenton; Daryle Preston, Swea City; Darrell Schmidt, Algona; and Jonean Zwiefel, of Fenton. • Susan Neswold read the class prophecy and Richard Peterson read the class will. \j/as," Can yye borrow -o POWDER Wf stock cars race I viesy at the Great Lakes Naval Station. Being honorman for his recruit company, Shipley received an engraved plaque and certificate. SIX JOIN CHURCH The communicant's class of the Presbyterian church were welcomed into the church membership Sunday. They are Keven Brace, Ann Fortney, Jean Hammer strom, Kathleen Jensen, Kenneth Marlow and Diane Person. CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY June 19 the Laymen's quartet will give a sacred concert in the Presbyterian church at 8:00 o'clock. The public. i§. Guests at Roger Jensen's Sun day for their daughter Kathleen's membership into the church were the Frank Flaigs, Dean Jergensons, Douglas Jer- gensons, Algona, Tena Jensen, the Roy Jensens, James Jensens, Albert Lea, Mrs. Orville Deardorff and Laura and David,.of Yale. Mrs. A. A. Krueger returned Friday from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge after having ear surgery Tuesday. The Eugene Harsons took their daughter Sharon to Fort Dodge Friday where she is entering Bernel hairstyling college. She is staying at the YWCA. Michael Lee returned Saturday after a week in Des Moines at Boy's State. The Chet Almes and Alfred Schultzes, Ottosen, called on Mrs. Maude Blanchard Sunday. COMMITTAL SERVICES Committal services for Abner Long, former Algonan who diet at Davenport last Decembei will, be held at 2,.p.m. Saturda at Riverview cemetery with Ma sonic rites by the local lodge a he grave. His body was cremat- d and his ashes are being sent here, ... TT . . T Azalea — Unusual for Iowa Mrs. Helen Looper, Shenandoah. ' This plajlt climate is a beautiful azalea in and bloomed the show garden at the home of this year. years old profusely again Father's Day s SUNDAY! Real KIRK'S SUMMER SHOE CLEARANCE 2 Big Racks RACK NO. 1 Heels - Stacks - Casuals RACK NO. 2 Flats - Sports - Oxfords VALUES TO $11.95 VALUES TO $8.95 now 6.88 now 3.88 To gift Dad from head to toe on his big day, here are ideas galore! You're sure to, please him most with gifts he can wear, so choose, from.pur < selection of all the fashions he favors. 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