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I 'Take 5' By TOM WALLER WHAT'S THE most popular television show? According to ratings compiled by the A. C. Nielsen Co., it's the Flip Wilson show on N.B.C. Nielsen says Wilson has the best average rating in four test categories divided according to-age and sex. - o - BOB PRATT (see feature story elsewhere in this paper) would be interested in knowing what the Nielsen poll had to say about the "Marcus Welby" show he appeared on last week. Notice that the show is preferred by women more often than by their male counterparts in the 18-49 and 50-plus age groupings. In fact, it didn't even make the top 10 for men 50 and over. PRATT SAYS the episode in which he appeared was the last of this year's Welby series; the re-runs start Tuesday. Being on the last show was significant, Bob said, because they wanted to leave a favorable impression. - o - MEN 18-49 LIKE Bill Cosby (10th). But it may not be enough to make General Foods want to sponsor the show another season, because Cosby was only 23rd with women 18-49, and they buy the groceries. GUNSMOKE HANGS in there tough for another season - tops with women 50-plus, and second-high with men in the same age category. However, it rates 21st with women 18-49. YOUNG PERSONS watch movies more than older persons, judging by the high ratings for the Sunday and Monday movies among the groups. They don't make the top 10 with older people. THERE MAY be good reasons to doubt the accuracy of this poll as a reflection of viewing habits, but don't doubt the validity of procedures used to obtain this information. A newsman I knew was polled by Nielsen about a year ago. His family was asked to keep track of its viewing for two weeks. He doesn't know how they decided to call on him, or even how they got his name. Season Network TV Popularity by Age Breakdowns Two Weeks Ending Feb. 7 Rank Ratings Rank Ratings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 1. 2. Men 18-49 Sunday Movie (ABC) Monday Movie (ABC) Marcus Welby (ABC) . Walt Disney (NBC) FBI (ABC) Mod Squad (ABC) ..'... Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) Flip Wilson (NBC) Laugh-In (NBC) Bill Cosby (NBC) Women 16-49 Marcus Welby (ABC) Flip Wilson (NBC) Monday Movie (ABC) Sunday Movie (ABC) Mod Squad (ABC) Medical Center (CBS) Ironside (NBC) Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) Movie of the Week (ABC) Walt Disney (NBC) Women 50-PJus Gunsmoke (CBS) Flip Wilson (NBC) . 24.1 22.6 21.8 . 19.0 . 18.6 . 17.0 16.5 . 15.9 15.8 15.6 30.5 . 24.5 23.2 22.2 . 21.6 . 21.5 21 2 . 20.3 20.2 . 20.2 27.6" 26.9 3. Here's Lucy (CBS) 4. Ironside (NBC) 5. Name of the Game (NBC) 6. Mayberry RFD (CBS) . 6. Men from Shiloh (NBC) . 8. Doris Day (CBS) 9. Bonanza (NBC) 10. Hee-Haw (CBS) Men 50-P/us 1. Men from Shiloh (NBC) 2. Gunsmoke (CBS) 3. Ironside (NBC) 4. Bonanza (NBC) 5. Here's Lucy (CBS) 6. Hee-Haw (CBS) 7. Name of the Game (NBC) 8. Flip Wilson (NBC) 9. Dean Martin . (NBC) 10. FBI (ABC) Note — These ratings are from tt Nielsen Co. reports covering for two weeks ending Feb. 7. r . 26.6 26.4: . . 25.6' . 24.9 24.9, 24.6! 24.4 24.3 30.1 27.4 . 25.7 . 25.2 . 24.5 24.2 . 24.0 . 23.6 21.3 . 20.9 le A. C. tune-in - 0 - NO ONE was injured in the bomb blast which shook the U.S. Capitol last Monday. But the cause of non-violent protest was. Is it any wonder that after three political assassinations and numerous bombings in the past decade, we now find ourselves concerned about secrecy in government and repression of both politicians and private citizens? MY CONCERN is that if dissent is too closely associated with violence, violence will surely bring repression of individual rights. This may be what happened in Des Moines last Monday when security people kept watch on State Representative Dan Bray, 24, a former Algona resident who is now serving in the legislature and going to law school at the same time. ACTING ON an intelligence report by the Secret Service (which no one would produce later), precautions were taken to keep Representative Bray from saying anything in the presence of President Nixon, it is no secret that the two men have differences in foreign policy. But Bray was smeared by a report which he said was "wicked and erroneus." He said he had no plans to say anything during the President's appearance in Des Moines. ASSUMING THE young man from Algona is telling the truth, and I think he is, where did that intelligence report originate and for what purpose? Was it to discredit Bray's dissent to administration policies? Let's hope not. Some questions remain unanswered. - o - THERE'S AT least one sexist in Algona. According to him. "There's only one thing worse than a bunch of women working together ... and that's a whole bunch of women working together." - o - DID YOU HEAR about the "Guess who's coming to dinner"' story from Fairbanks, Alaska? A wild moose calf has been visiting the Paul Crisman home for three meals a day for the past 10 weeks. He scratches outside the house until someone inside opens the kitchen window. Then he sticks his head through the open window and eats from the kitchen table next to it, right along with the Crismans. THE MOOSE, named Tinker, eats about fifty pounds of vegetables a day! The Crismans collect the food from produce departments of local stores. 6 - Kossufh County Advance Monday, March 8, 1971 Ronald Althoff Appointed FHA Asst. At ASCS RONALD J. ALTHOFF Ronald J. Althoff has recently been appointed asistant county supervisor with the Farmers Home Administration in Algona. Mr. Althoff, a native of LaMotte, la., graduated in January from Wisconsin State University at Platteville, Wise., with degrees in agriculture and economics. He worked the previous two summers in the Dubuque FHA county office as a summer trainee. In Algona, as an assistant county supervisor, Mr. Althoff will be working in all the programs of the Farmers Home Administration. Plans Made To Paint LuVerne Legion Hall LUVERNE - The LuVerne American Legion Auxiliary #664 met Monday evening, March 1 in the Legion Hall with 30 members, and one new member, Mrs. Pauline Kramer, answering roll call. President, Mrs. George Studer, presided at the business meeting. New business discussed by the group was the inside painting of the hall with Mrs. George Studer, Mrs. Ernie Spiker and Mrs. Lewis Block nominated for the paint committee. Proceeds from the dinner and supper served by the Auxiliary in February were turned in to the treasurer. Lunch was served by Mrs. Cecil Watts and Mrs. Ernie Spiker. Bingo was played for entertainment. • r^' A MR. AND MRS. Earl Elmore and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Elmore home in Irvington. MR. AND MRS. Richard Ringsdorf are the parents of their fifth child, a boy, born Feb. 25. He has been named Ronald Jon and weighed 6 Ibs. 7 and 1/2 oz. Mrs. Ringsdorf s sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bilyeu of Eau Clare, will be here this weekend and act as sponsors for the new baby. The baptism will be at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church with Msgr. L. J. Hoffman officiating, other guests in the Ringsdorf home were Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hentges of Le Seuer, Minn., a brother of Mrs. Ringsdorf. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Porter of Spencer and Mrs. Mary Ellen Hentges,Algona. MR. AND MRS. Gene Muller had as guests for the weekend their son and daughter, Jack and Diana of Iowa City. Circles Hold Meetings At LuVerne LUVERNE - Circle No. 1 of the W.S.C.S. of the United Methodist church met Wednesday In the home of Mrs. Lyle Shelton with eleven members and one guest, Mrs. Otis McQuary, answering the roll call. Mrs. Harold Wolf led the group in devotions. Mrs. Mable Shorey presented the lesson. Plans were discussed concerning the banquet to beheld at the church, Mary 18 and also the study course to be held March 19. Lunch was served by the hostess. Circle .No. 2 met with Mrs. Lewis Block Wednesday with ten members answering roll call with "Man of the Bible". Devotions were given by Emma Krause with Mrs. William Goetsch presenting the lesson. The World Banks were turned in at this meeting. A missionary will be speaking at the church at 3 p.m. March 14. The birthday banquet for adults will be held in the church parlors the evening of March 18. On the 19th an "all-day" mission study will be held in the home of Mrs. Ray Legler. From March 21-26 there will be an Evangelist, Rev. Bob Davis of Alden, speaking and singing every night at 7:30 p.m. in the United Methodist Church. The April meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Lawrence Marty. Circle No. 3 met in the home of Mrs. Irwin Jergensen Wednesday with 14 members attending. Mrs. Alviri Weber gave devotions with Mrs. Clara McClellan presenting the lesson. Lunch was served by the hostess. - o - Mrs. Francis Agard of Algona was a Tuesday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. Ralph Stoll and Lewis Block attended funeral services of Mrs. Joe Willger, a former LuVerne area resident, in Algona Wednesday. Sunday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll were in Eagle Grove Thursday where they cared for their grandchildren while their parents, Mr. arid 1 Mrs. Dennis Stoll were in Des Moines on business. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch visited with Mrs. Joe Sykes at the Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove recently on their way to Galesburg, 111. They went especially for Bill to get a check-up at the clinic for his recent major surgery. They spent the week visiting in the home of their daughter, Sonja and family, the Jon Putnam's. They helped Paul celebrate his fourth birthday on the 13th when a party was held in his honor. On their way home, they visited with their brother-in-law, Andy Nielsen, who is a patient in the Mercy Hospital in Mason City, and also at the Rev. and Mrs. W. K. Usher home in Clear Lake. - o- Lee Schipull, student at Morningside College in Sioux city visited the weekend in the parental Everette Schipull home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch attended the United Methodist church service in Pocahontas, their former home, on Sunday and later were dinner guests in Storm Lake at the Phyllis Struthers home. The occasion was the 9th birthday of Shelia Renee, youngest daughter of Mrs. Struthers. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch visited the sister Mrs. George Kraft of Northwood, in Mercy Hospital in Mason city Tuesday. Later they visited the Andrew Nielsen home in Ventura. Other guests in the Nielsen home were Eli Eager and Arlie Goetsch. Business News Grain Drying Demonstration BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT of Algona will be conducting a Tox-0-Wik reclrculatlng grain dryer service school and grain drying demonstration at their place of business Wednesday, March 10. The service School will be held In the morning beginning at 9:30 a.m., and the grain drying demonstration will begin at 1:00 that afternoon. Free coffee and doughnuts will be served. Senator Carl F. Dodge; a daughter, Mrs. Marlea (A. Loring) Primeaux, Las Vegas; grandchildren, Carlon and Audys Dodge; and numerous relatives in Iowa. A funeral service was held Friday, Jan. 29, in the Austin Funeral Chapel. The reader was Linda M. Aimone of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Reno. Interment was in the Masonic section of the Mountain View Cemetery in Reno. Mrs. Dodge was a first cousin of Mrs, Roscoe Mawdsley of Algona and was also a classmate of Evelyn Cady. a surgical Hospital. patient at St. Ann Barbara Hurlburt Is Bride | LuVERNE Of Dale Frederick, LuVerne Wtlllll BYAUDREYDE NIO LIVERMORE - Barbara Hurlburt of LuVerne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hurlburt, and Dale Frederick of Humboldt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick, LuVerne, were married Tuesday, Feb. 16, in the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Livermore. The Rev. William Stock officiated at the double ring ceremony at seven-thirty in the evening. Mr. Hurlburt escorted his daughter to the altar where she was attended by her sister, Kathy Hurlburt of LuVerne, as maid of honor: Bridesmaid was Kathy Frederick, Livermore, sister of the groom and Sherri Rietema, Kanawha, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Mrs. Kris Oberman of LuVerne was the bride's personal attendant. Duane Sharp of Mankato, Minn, served the groom as best man and groosman was Calvert Janssen, Ames. David Hurlburt, Lu Verne, was the junior groomsman. Robert Rietema, Kanawha, was the ring bearer and Christy Auld, Minneapolis, the flower girl. The guests were ushered to their seats by Tim Cunningham and Kent Paeper, both of Humboldt. Margaret Hauck of Humboldt was the organist who accompanied Mary Wilson, Ames, when she sang. Honored guests were the grandparents of the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hurl- bnrt of Minneapolis; Mr. Joe Marchand, Britt; Mrs. Molly Groh, Livermore and Mrs. Violet Frederick, Livermore. The reception was held in the Fellowship Hall with 200 guests enjoying background music played at the organ by Lynette Hauck of Humboldt. Beverly Nelson of LuVerne was in charge of the guest book and punch was served by Mrs. Lee Marchand of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Willey, Livermore',' were the reception host and hostess. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Raymond Eik- off, Kanawha and Mrs. Tim jae- ger, Livermore and Mrs. Henry Groh of Livermore poured coffee. Waitresses were Patty Marchand and Debbie Eikhoff, both of Kanawha; Sandra Nelson, Lu Verne and Sharon Jaeger, Livermore. Gift pages were Mary Jo Marchand, Kanawha and Kathleen Jaeger, Livermore. The wedding gifts were opened by Darlene Malek and Mrs. Dennis Furness, Garner; Becki Watts and Linda Wilhelm, both of LuVerne. Following a wedding trip to Des Moines and Kansas City, the bridal couple is at home in Humboldt. KLGA RADIO PRESENTS THE "POPS" CONCERT FROM ALGONA HIGH MUSIC DEPARTMENT TUESDAY - 8:00 P.M. ON KLGA FM 92.7 Former Algonan Buena Dodge Dies, Las Vegas Buena Reed Dodge, 78, died Jan. 25, 1971 in Las Vegas, Nev. Mrs. Dodge, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reed, was born April 24, 1892 in Algona. On Jan. 3, 1913 she was married in Mason city to her late husband, Carl F. Dodge. She came west as a bride to settle on a cattle ranch on the Madeline Plains near Ravendale, Calif. In 1919 the family moved to Fallen where Mrs. Dodge resided until 1968, at which time she moved to Las Vegas to make her home with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Loring Primeaux. she and her sister- in-law, Mrs. Bernys M. Dodge, operated Dodge Construction, Inc. for 25 years after the demise of their husbands who founded the busine.ss. Carl died about 30 years ago. She is survived "8y a _ ^ - ' <1V/ Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch were dinner guests Monday evening of Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algona. Later they visited with their niece, Mrs. Duane Riley, LuVerne Man Gets ROTC Award At ISU Cadets in the Air Force ROTC program at Iowa State University were given awards at the annual Dining In ceremonies at the close of winter quarter. Awards, presented by Col. Ronald L. Brumbaugh, professor of air science and commanding officer of the AFROTC unit at the university, went to Keith Glasnapp or Armstrong who received the Distinctive CMC Cadet ribbon and the second honors ribbon and Gerald Sill, LuVerne, who received the Superior Performance ribbon. HOW? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOWI son Frigidaire Amana Westinghouse BEED HARDWARE APPLIANCE proudly presents its new spring sport coats, suits and accessories. Completely new spring selections now on display at Diamond's — large variety of styles in sizes 10 to 50 for the well-dressed young man. And be sure to browse through Diamond's for the following quality accessories at reasonable prices . . WEMBLEY TIES . . . MANHATTAN SHIRTS . . . HANES SOCKS . . . ASHER SLACKS . HIGGINS SLACKS .. LEE SLACKS • • • WRANGLER SLACKS CALUMET SHOES , , . QANT SHIRTS . . . ARNOLD PALMER SWEATERS , . . BLOCK SHIRTS .., MCGREGOR SHIRTS ,. .ETC

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