Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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§••«•••••••••••••••••••§ Alqona Kottuth County THURSDAY, JUNE 30,1966 - ALOONA, IOWA - BEING A MALE and not THAT old yet, the Old Goat appreciates a short skirt occasionally on those girls in the salad years who can wear them and get away with it. But that English gal on the What's My Line show Sunday had a bit too much of too little and it worried the Old Goat. Like Bennett said, it resembled an old time bathing suit, but by golly the Old Goat remembers when they wore that much and bloomer to boot to go into the water. The English girl was not one to wear such a job, but wear it she did and she makes oodles of money designing such things for the Mod set, whatever that is, in England. Hi « # DAGNABIT and durn and •o forth, thi» being a family paper—but can't these people who make motorcycle* put mufflers on tome of the dratted things The Old Goat is raised out of a sound if not earned sleep by one of .them roaring past the house during the time they just should.be in bed resting up for the battles with sin and stuff the next day. And when a quartet of them go around and around it sounds like doomsday or at least a small atomic explosion. However, being young once upon a time; the Old Goat realizes that it's the noise that sells the bikes, just as it is the sizzle that sells the steak. 7T # 7* • MAYBE THERE isn't any reason why a person should sign his order for booze at the state which they are net direct participant*. Perhaps the wont offender are those in the semiprofessional occupations who strive to a ridiculous point to show they are a -.»;» <>^ove the common herd. Some of the professional men too are e bit concerned to be recognized at a bit better than those not In the way of life. The Old Goat doesn't mind ;oo much, but One Algonian was a bit frustrated in trying to vent hit feelings after a snub by being called a "layman" as if he didn't know from nothing. # * * PHOOEYI Now they're blam ing the moon for earthquakes and even tornadoes. The moon is responsible for a lot of problems on this earth because it shines at night and the boys and girls get a bit moonstruck. That kind of an earthquake and tornado the Old Goat can understand as being properly blamed on the moon. However it is now established the moon isn t made of green cheese and that it's a rocky barren place . where no young lover would ever want to be. >n # * THERE'S A NEW country on the map. It's Basutoland in South Africa. It has 11,716 square miles and 679,000 people. Tnat's about ten times the size of Kossuth county in area and only about a fourth of the population of Iowa. Maybe the Old Goat is silly but if this new country gets a vote as good as the whole U. S. in the United Nations he's going to wonder a bit. Livermora plans "4Hi" celebration Livermore — The American Legion is again planning a Fourth of July program on Monday evening at 8 p.m. at the Athletic Field. The main spea- ter of the bride, wts the maid] of honor, and Site Harmon, Eldon, and Jane Gal-man* Burt, served as bridesmaids. Kenneth Garman, Algona, brother of the groom, was the best man. Groomsmen were Df. James Garman, Milwaukee,, Wise., and Richard Garman, Nevada, la., both brothers of the groom. Alan Holt, brother of the bride, Algona, and Russel Khud- sen, Iowa City, ushered, while Steven Kajewski and Paul Garman served as acolytes. Mrs. Vaughn Rising was organist. Following the wedding, a reception was held at the Algona Country club. Rachel Holt, Humboldt, cousin of the bride, had the guest book. Judy Erpe- ding and Theresa Garman served punch while Mrs. Jim Merryman, Algona, and Martha Holt, Humboldt, the bride's cousin, poured. Marilyn Garman and Sharon Smith cut the cake. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson, Algona. Claudia Shermon, Kathy Skow, Judy Er pelding and Theresa Garman were waitresses. Carla Zuehlke, Eldon, and Karen Hahn, Charles City, opened gifts. Out of town guests were store. It does seen a bit ridiculous now that the liquor books have been discarded. However, it may also be a. gpod,gimmick to make sure the libys who dispense the bottles don't sign some other name. Making out the order does make ,it a .personal; proposition arid puts the fellow on record instead of the dispensers. However, maybe it'd be just as well to up and tell the man you want a bottle of Old Busthead and not have to make out an order or sign it. That would relieve tiie man who checks-the order, the next fellow who takes the money, and the htird who gets the bottle and hands it over. * * * OCCASIONALLY these jok ers who dub anyone not in the racket they are ;n as "laymen ' use the term a bit as a snobbish preening of themselves. What they should remember is that everyone is a layman to all the activities in ker will be the Iowa Department Commander. Landers will The take Fort Dodge part in the program and the evening will be concluded with a fire works display. Holt-Garman wedding Betty Jane Holt and Edward . Garman were married Saturday, June 18 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Monsignor P. P. Gearen performed the double ring cere- Advance - Glenn's Photo-Engraving mony. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt, Algona, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Garman, Burt. Luann Sue Holt, Algona, sis- James Garman and family, Mil waukee; Richard Garman and family, Nevada, Iowa; Mr. Holt's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs Leet Holt and daughter Barbara of Spencer; his sister-in-law, Mrs. Merle Holt and daughters Martha and Rachel of Humboldt; his sister Margaret or Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniels; and his sister Mrs. Paul Espinosa of Mason City. The bride will be a junior in nursing, and the groom will be a sophomore in medicine at the University of Iowa. After a trip to the Wisconsin Dells, the couple is at home in Iowa City. COLTS — A 14-year old saddle mare, owned by Fuller Bar tholomew of Keosauqua recently gave birth to twin colts. Edd Laing takes assistant D. A. job in California Edwin Laing, 33, son of the ). B. Laings, Algona, recently ,urned down a staff job with the Peace Corps to become assistant district attorney of Ventura County, California. He had been selected for the Peace Corps post of deputy director in Guatemala but decided to take the DA post instead. Laing had been, a deputy district attorney since September 1962. He is a graduate of Stanford Law School and he graduated from Grinnell College, Iowa, in 1955 where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He is married with two children. Ventura District Attorney Woodruff J. Deem said that Laing's acceptance of the job would be "a boon to the county and to me." He said Laing had wide knowledge of criminal law and had demonstrated "oonsu- mate skill in the handling of criminal cases and particularly in the field of appelate work which has grown in volumes over the last few years." Redden, Britt; 3rd, MM. Coslowe and Mrs. Jacobson, Britt; 4th, Dett* Wld ter. %& J<EM ?tfo iWS ,-', / Ready now! The ite. l ,9^ l»'&fy\ I* VW; DUPLICATE BRIDGE The Algona dupliate bridge club will not meet July 4th. The next meeting will be July 11 at :45 p.m. at the American Leion Bldg. Winners of June 20th ere 1st, Helen Laing and Jackie Mueller; 2nd, Mrs. Blomgren and We're stuffing pockets agair> with earnings from the Greatest thing growing- Passbook-Handy Savings! Mr. and Mrs. Orrin BeardsU* and children; of Green Bay, Wis came on Tuesday to visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. Myr tie Stiltz. On Wednesday they all went to the Linn Hanson homo at Goldfield to visit. Mrs. Beardsley and Mrs. Hanson are sisters. The Beardsleys spent the weekend in DCS Moines with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley. Mrs. Jessamine Miller went to Renwick on Sunday and accompanied her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gimcr to Eagle Grove in the afternoon where they attended the open house at the Methodist church in honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Klassie's 50th wedding anniversary. ^*^ AND ALL OTHER Sizzling sjport ,vcrsion«ol| ular Honda 90. Top performance, sleek new design, remarkablylbv^ R * price. 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