Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 11, 1966
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2-ALGONA (lew.) ADVANCE MONDAY, JULY 11, 1966 Largest Trinity Lutheran class in History >. I. D. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* \ IN ONE OF THE backward eastern states the legislature ' passed a law that a nudist camp had to have a fence 20 feet high ! and each member had to be list\ ed and announced to the world. i" The 1 supreme court of the state found the law silly as well as un; constitutional. The Old Goat | would have admitted the Fourth when the heat was barrelling 1 down that a nudist camp would I have some special appeal providing there was some shade. The Old Goat's tender hide tans to a ! bright cherry red instead of that *. coppertone that the good-looking 'young girls happilyi smear all (over themselves on the TV com- {merdals. And while at it the ob- ;servatioa oould be made the 'modern generation comes about ;as close to nudity as possible. •It's embarrassing to the older gents raised in the day when skirts swept the walks. Yes sir, 4t is. gnests Sunday at Walt Bradley'* the twelve " MAY 29, TRINITY Lutheran, Algona, G, J. C. Gerike, Pastor, held confirmation for 29 young people. This was the largest youth confirmation class in the history of Trinity Lutheran. It was the last youth class to be confirmed by Pastor G. Gerike here. He has accepted a call to a multiple ministry in Des Moines. Pictured are, front row: David Leaneagh; Janette Graham; Marlene Groen; Roy Butterfield; Russell Bird; Kenneth Ruhnke; Gary Gade; Randall Hinton; Marilyn Dau; Debra Will. Second row: Pastor Gerike; Ronald Matz; Carl Klatt; Darrell Miller; Steven Mueller; Stephen Will- rett; Mark Olson; Jean Taylor; Sandra Walker; Susan Pergande; Diana Levy. Third row: Kenneth Friedrich; Roger Sankey; Larry Rochleau; Bruce Mueller; Allen Divis; Gary Hagen; Christine Groen; Rebecca Tielebein; Jane Sabin. Roxanite, Medfotti, Or«, ( several day* last week at HUdt Engef '» Mid with otftef relatives. Mrs. Jdrdofl is the former Max* ine Hemmestad. County f ireraefl organize for mutual aid Algona fire chief Ralph Blberl was elected temporary president of the newly organized Kossuth County Fire Association at the organizational meeting held re cently at the Burt town hall. The purpose of the meeting was to organize a mutual aic system for the fire departments in Kossuth county so that the various departments could ha v coordinated efforts in fighting major .fire or disaster. Ten o Shower for Bode girl to wed in July Bode — A miscellaneous shower for Cynthia Holland, daughter of the Keith Hollands, was A TAVERN OWNER in defense of having go-go girls perform in his establishment made the observation that go- go girls seem to attract more women the night they are go- going than on' nights they don't. The Old Goat has two observations to that. One is the head of the house isn't going to let her man get too foxey and goes along. Second is the women are more interested in women any time than men, and a go-go girl tickles their fancy and appeals to the bit of submerged naughtiness in all women. (Now girls—idle down — remember Eve got cosy with a snake.) Anyway if some of the women watching would forget to wear their girdles •and* do a go-go it'd teach-the sweet young things what a real go-go is when one part is still going one way and the other flopping back the other. Knock the hats off the guys in the front seats, so it would. * * * WHAT'S THIS dance business coming to anyway? They have men dancing in chorus lines that act like women, and women chorus girls kicking up the heels in long pants. Phooey! They're sexless in that kind of garb. Silliest is when they dress the men up in those long-tailed monkey suits and top hats. Yucccck! Maybe it's because seeing legs these days is no treat. The shorts reveal plenty, particularly those tight-skin jobs. And skirts are getting so short it's a novelty to see a girl in a long pants. Mebbe given in the Bode church July 1. Cindy introduced her mother, Mrs. Gwen Holland, her grand mothers, Mrs. Tim Holland, of Bode, and Mrs. Gertrude Cottington, Crystal Lake, and aunts from a distance. Mrs. Gary Pederson had the program. Becky Hankins played a piano solo, Mrs. Benny Olson gave several readings, and Mrs. Delia Bakken sang two vocal selections. She was assisted in opening gifts by her cousin Mrs Dennis Bockert, Ft. Dodge, and Ginny Tompkins. She will be married to Harry L. Wilson, of Portland, Ore., at the St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode, at 3 p.m., July 24. John Rongved and given by his children. It is in the church entrance. Mrs. Martin Brandhorst, Judy and Vicki, Lake wood, Calif., are visiting Mrs. Haldar Dale. Mr. Brandhorst and his aged father from Nebraska returned recently by plane after visiting in Germany and Switzerland. Mr. Brandhorst returned to his home in California. Mrs. Haldar Dale and Mrs. Brandhorst and daughters visited the Ben Brobergs, Redwood Falls, Minn., Wednesday to Saturday. The Larry Moes and Lauri, of Wheeling, 111., are visiting her parents, the Levi Sweens and other relatives. The Burton Hoods spent the July 4 weekend with Mrs. Rood's parents, the Ben Barnes, Lamtv ni. The Larry Monsons have returned from a recent trip to the Black Hills. Art Monson spent several days last week at his sister, Mrs. Ada Holland's, Osag?. The Paul Halvorsons, Lincoln, Neb., have a daughter born July 2. She has.been named Stepha 1 nie Lynn. Both the Halvorsons have been attending the university at Lincoln, where he is a senior in civil engineering. The lalvorsons are former residents of Bode and Humboldt and he is a nephew of Mrs. Justin Tor- person, Bode. Mrs. Wm. Rossing and Mrs. T. D. Rossing, Livermore, had a coffee at the Dr. T. M. Rossing tiome Wednesday. Guests were those assisting at the Dr. T. M, Rossings open house, 50th wedding held recently in St. Olaf Lutheran church. Mrs. Pat Brock and Mrs. Darla Algoe were also guests. ..',.• The James Heitlands, John E. and Lisa, Concord, Calif., are visiting the Justin Torgersons. Mrs. Heitland is Mrs. Torgerson's sister. Alma Dale, Minneapolis, is visiting her brother, John Dale. The Ralph Hollands, Eagle Grove, were weekend guests at Archie Holland's. The boys had spent several days with their grandparents. Margaret Brodale, who attends professional business institute, in Minneapolis, spent several days recently with her parents, the Ted Brodales: - so. But that's no excuse those male prancers. Ugh. for THE OLD GOAT has been taking in his share of weddings recently and wonders what happened to that word "obey" the preacher used to us*. Now it's "cherish" or some other word that doesn't mean anything particularly but sounds good, Maybe this is the reason so many marriages go finish so soon. No one obeys anyone when the man forgets his place and the woman hasn't any idea ' of obeying anyone. # # * MITCH MILLER'S Singalong is better than ever even in the re-runs. The singers seem to be glad they are singing and they sing on key, in tune, and with rhythm. Those on Ed Sullivan's menagerie seem in deathly agony when they sing, screw up their faces like a wolf was gnawing at their innerds, and flat the note and pay no attention to the orchestra which ignores the singer. Isn't music supposed to be pleasant any more? After some of these girls and men sinp on Ed's hour of agony the Old Goat feels like climbing the walls or chewing the rug to ease his pain. * * * THE OLD GOAT always wonders about the girls in these Miss contests who didn't get the nod.. They act so pleased, applaud the selection and are darned good sports when the Miss is announced. Of course the winner has to b»wl a bit, but the O14 Qoat, being a softy, always wonders if there are tears later aimwg those who didn't win. It ahyay* $#emed; a ftt cruel to stand 'em up and cut all of them down but one. GIRLS STATE REPORT The Auxiliary met at the Legion building July 5, with Mrs. Shirley Bakken in charge. The next county meeting will be in Avermore July 19. The annual 'oppy sale last month amounted o $89.21, Geri Vedvik, daughter f Mrs. Bonnie Vedvik, the Bode epresentative at Hawkeye Girls itate at Cedar Falls last month, gave a report of her week at Jirls State. Hawkeye State is an magi nary state formed in order o familiarize the American youth with city, county, and state jovernments. Geri participated n the governmental affairs by >ecoming a member of the louse of representatives. AT BIBLE STUDY Pastor and Mrs, Norman John son of St. Olaf Lutheran church left June 26 for the Bethel Bibl Study program at the university of Wisconsin at Madison. Chap lain Galen Hora, Ames, served the St. Olaf congregation as the supply pastor July 3. The Rev Johnsons were to return to Bode July 8. Two recent gifts to th St. Olaf church are a clock fo the church parlors, given by th Confirmation class, and a carve< 23rd Psalm made by the latt BUILD NOW AND SAVE $400 Now is your chance to build that dream home on an ideal lot — and save yourself $400! Robinson Construction will reduce the price of the choice lots located in the beautiful acreage west of Algona, near the Country Club, if you start construction before October 1 of this year. The top lots are still available in this scenic area. The first three lots sold with this offer will be reduced $400 each. There are no catches or gimmicks to this bargain, but building must start by October 1. Act now and save. Remember, only the first three lots sold will be at this reduced price — so hurry! CONTACT EITHER: Bode Sconts take wilderness trip Bode — Eight Boy Scouts and our adult leaders of Troop 65, Bode, returned June 29 from a 9-day canoe wilderness trip into he Canadian, boundary waters, lie trip was about 60 miles long with 21 portages, with all mem- >ers qualifying for the Boy Scout 50-miler award. Lots of ish were caught, and many wild animals seen, There will be a >ublic showing of about 150 col- >r slides taken during the trip it the Legion building as soon as the films are processed. Boy Scouts making the trip were Rick Croker, Wayne Christian sen, Gary Christiansen, Jack Harris, Larry Holland, Greg Pool, Steve Brock and Dana Vige. Adult leaders accompanying the group were Don Christiansen Cap Harris, Leo Christiansen and Arlis Kinseth, the tour lea der. The Art Hansons spent the July 4th weekend at her sister/the Omar Amundson's, Iowa Falls The Hansons also visited their daughter, the Bob Joselyns, Clarion. The Justin Torgersons and Cecil Williams, Algona, were .„ meeting* tyrton not being present. Keith Hoye^ head of ttife state ire extension at Iowa State uni- irefsity, helped set up the sys- em wnich will also result in a uniform radio network for the county. Mayor William Finn, Algona, spoke at the meeting, say- rtg that the fire group could ex- iecl full cooperation from the coiitity municipalities. Enthusiasm among the firemen was high. Other officers temporarily elected were vice-president Rudy Fangman of Bancroft, and secretary-treasurer Kink Willey, Algona. Complete organization and election of officers will take place at a meeting scheduled for July 28. SPECIAL INTERVIEW A special one-hour farm broadcast, featuring interviews with Oren Staley, National Farmers Organization president, will be heard over WHO radio station at Des Moines from 8:30 until 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 12. SPECIAL 50,000 WATT CLEAR CHANNEL FARM BROADCAST Ovsr Sfariiw WHO-Das Moines 8:30 • 9:30 pjn. DST - Tmsiiy, MI 12th 1040 ON YOUR RADIO DIAL Oren Lee Staley, President of the National Farmers Organiiation, will be interviewed by four prominent radio ferm directors in a special one-hour program, discussing the . farm situation and farm marketing. Conducting the interview will be Herb Plembeck, Station WHO, Des Moines, Iowa; Jim Hill, Station WCCO, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Oren Samuelson, Station W6N, Chicago/ Illinois; and John McDonald, Station WSM, Nashville, Tennessee. ' , , Those who wish to make money in farming should listen to this outstanding and informative ferm program.. Kossuth County NFO FENTON NATURAL GAS ELECTION ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION Phone 295-3374 Phone 295-3374 HERBST or REAL ESTATE Phone 295-3733 Going somewhere? Get your car trip-shape at Sinclair 7 SlBCl See your neighborhood Sinclair Dealer-he's the first stop for the last word in car care. Have him give you complete service for a care-free trip, including an oil chanqe, an expert lubrication, and a free Safety- 7heck of vital parts. Drive i" •* 'he sign of the Sinclair Dinosaur. Drive out trip-shape! Hilton's Sinclair Service SUte § Jojitf Streets Information Meeting Everyone Invited At Community Hall July 12 7 P.M. - Frts GAS BarbecHsd Han Saadwiakss sarvad by Saatral Band Mothars. 8 P.M. - Mavis an GAS Industry. Exhaustion of Gas Franahisa. Qnaslian Pariad Far Any Answars Yan Mi(fct Wan) Abant Natnral HAS. WOMEN AND CHILDREN WELCOME NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ? Where $crvi«r If Mtrt Th*n A

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