* MiMAMMMMMMM WOW-EEEE! Whatever that thing was that Arlsne Francis wore on the What's My Line show Sunday night is enough to give a man the urge to go into the wild blue yonder. Yuiccck! Maybe it was that new fangled kind of so-called lounging pajamas or what the fashion, magazines call an entertaining get-up. Frankly the Old Goat would getup and get outta there if any dame came in wearing that thing. The fact is well known that the gowns or whatever worn by the women on that show are contributed for the advertising credit which appears toward the end of the show in the whodunits. The Old Goat didn't wait long enough to see who got the credit. It would seem however the heat has got to some of the designers. Now, as contrast, wasn't that little Miss England a sweetheart though? t\: ;\: !> BRITISH FILMS of nudist shows as they passed from theater to theater got less and less, a fact that worried the producers who found the length of the film chopped off by minutes. So they checked and found the guys who run the machines projecting the show were making collections of the better shots in the film, cutting them out and keeping them, repairing the break and sending what was left on its merry way. Now, nudie films are not shown locally. They are shown in the big cities and it is reported have a good attendance, not all of men either. The Old Goat isn't sure he'd give a hoot to see the nudies romping around without their rompers. There should be SOME mystery to life, and there's dsnged little left in the respectable circles as it is.' '"' '" '"' "" * * # SOMETIMES THIS business of "togetherness" is highly overrated by the do-gooders. There are times when a person has to get off by him or herself, brood over troubles, pout a little or , lot, and get the miseries out of their mind. In this no one is going to ba of much help, particularly those good old souls with a false cheerful helpful attitude that grates at a time like that. In this silly old world there is too much togetherness just in the course of 'ordinary living. There are times when people just about cause a person to blow his cork to relieve the pressure. There's a time to be alone, to cuss the fates, feel sorry for oneself, and get it out of the system. THIS MOST VALUABLE player bit is some foolishness connected with all kinds of sports. Saturday night on the idiot tube they had an all-star college football game, and toward the end of it the promoters named a quarterback as the most valuable. Phooey! Without the linemen keeping the opposing wolves away from him he'd been clobbered good. He looked good because he had protection I Sure—that's what the linemen are for—but by the same token the quarterback is supposed to be able to throw the ball where he wants it. Back some years ago Iowa had a backfield man who became so good in his own opinion he became obnoxious about it. Kinda high-hatted the other 10 players. So in one game they felt it proper to give him a chance to show just how good he really was. They let him go it alone! Wow—but did he get clobbered! They would pick him up and tell him to go get 'em—and again* whammo—his nose would be in the dirt. They lost the game handsomely but the player also lost a lot of fat in his head. THOSE HOT PAYS over the weekend the Old Goat had a bit of envy for the girls who got around in cool-looking (both ways then) shorts. The main problem is the Old Goat's legs somehow are not made for public inspection. And from what he has observed men in shorts look like they'd forgotten to put their pants on. And the hairy knobby muscle-bound shanks just should be covered. Let's face it—men just are not constructed to look good in anything except cover ed from the neck down. Shower given recent bride by Senecans Seneca—Mrs. Kent Olson, nee Shirley Osborn, Fairmont, was given a post-nuptial bridal shower July 6, at the Seneca Lutheran church. Mrs. Morgan (Janice) Tennyson, Truman, Minn., had the guest book. Mrs. Henry Loofit had the program. Mrs. Alfred Petersen had devotions and Audrey Berpum sang a solo. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt. and Mrs. Henry Looft told pro'blems of newlyweds. Program closed with Mrs. Ted Jensen playing a musical saw with Mrs. Clarence Osborn as accompanist. Assisting opening the gifts were her sister, Janice, and sis- t°r-in-law, Mrs. Larry Osborn, with Audrey and Cathy Bergum passing them. Mrs. Clarence Osborn poured coffee. Hostesses included Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. C. O. Bailey, Mrs. Elmer Hannsich, Mrs. Lewis Breesei, Mrs. Francis Sullivan, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, Mrs. Kenneth A.ndre. Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt. Mrs.. David Looft and Mrs. Henry Looft. Shirley Osborn and Kent Olsen were married June 11 at the First Methodist church at Fair- Alvin Cyphers, sec.-treas. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. mont and live at 232 So. Orient St., Fairmont. OFFICERS ELECTED Seneca Modern Mixers held election of officers Tuesday at Mrs, Ted Jensens. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt was birthday member. Secret sisters were revealed and new names drawn. New officers are Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus, pres., Vtrs. Fred Johannesen, vice, and Mrs. Mrs. Henry Looft and Mrs. Wayne Nyman were named to make the program books. Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs. Richard Bauer were named card and gift committee. Perfect attendance award will be given to Mesdames Robert Burt, John Jo'hannesen, Wayne Ohnemus and Everett Witham, who did not miss a meeting during the year, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Henry Looft will select awards. The group will not hold an August meeting but will meet Sept. 6 at Fred Johannesons. camp, both at the state camp at, Madrid. The 4-H pledge was led by Carrie Berguni Talks weife given by Carrie Bergum, Barbara Andre, Audrey Bergum aftd Ann Fortney. Barbara Andfe gave a demonstration. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill was the gliest mother. GIRL BREAKS ARM Gail Vaudt, daughter of the Calvin Vaudts had a broken left arm from a fall at their home early last week. Both bones were broken but are mending satisfactorily. Clarence Osborns had ™ ding. AL66NA (Iowa) ADVANCt-3 The Curtis 61sons became f HUftSDAY, JULY 14, 196* groat-grandparents for the first time. A daughter was born to Alice Olson Boyd's daughter, Barbara Hart, Moscow, Idaho, June 30, named Tamers Ann. The David Loofts have a 7 Ib. 11 oz. girl born June 28, at the Estherville hospital. She will be named Janet Lee. She has two brothers^ The Glen Hoppes, Truman, Minn., and Henry Loofts are the grandparents. Byron Hauges, Bancroft, was taken to an Iowa City hospital last Wednesday for treatment for severe had a headaches. He recently stroke. Mr. Hauge is 4-H GROUP MEETS Seneoa Stars met with Audrey, Cathy and Carrie Bergum in June. The pledge of allegiance was led by Linda Kracht. Local Achievement day will be July 29, at 7:30 p.m. at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The better grooming contest will be held at the July meeting. Linda Kracht and Ann Fortney were named dele : gates to the district 4-H camp at Clear Lake. Barbara Andre is to attend the Intermediate camp, and Carrie Bergum, 'the Junior Browns, Fairmont, the Melvin Browns and Mrs. Mildred Opsal, Armstrong and the Earl Crouches. Mrs. Robert Crouch and son, Ida Grove, are spending a couple of weeks at Earl Crouch's while he is at summer school. Hattie Weisbrod, Washington, D. C., visiting relatives in this area, spent Thursday with a neice, the Clarence Osborns. Gale Hartshorn, Spencer, Mass, visited in this area recently. He accompanied his daughter, Marcia and family, who are visiting in Elmore. Sunday guests at Henry Wilberg's were the Walter Have- lands Mrs. Cornelia McCutcheon and Mrs. Lillian Harvey, Fprt Doclge. . • The Kenneth Andres and John Andres went to Spencer June 26, for the John Andre's 40th wed- Linda Sut Kracht and Ann Fortney attended district 4-H Camp at Clear Lake as delegates from the Seneca Stars 4-H club Mrs. Nina Kracht was a camp counselor and took the girls to Clear Lake. Wednesday guests of Mrs. Ni na Kracht and Linda Sue includ ed Mrs. Katherine Doege, Dora Riggert and Mrs. Rose Loper, al Algona. Mrs. Raymond Greene, of Bur bank, Calif., returned home Ju ly 4 after having visited her par ents, the Everett Withams, since June 11, The Withams drove to. Minneapolis Sunday to meet Mrs. Elmer Witham's niece, Nickie Meese, who came by p>lane ; from California and will spend the summer here. The Eugene Friests, of Fort Dodge, visited the Alfred Peter- sens dVe'r the July 4 weekend. They also called at Oscar Patterson's, Ringsted. The Leo Ramuses, Lone Hock, last Monday guests of the tverett Withams. The Elmer Withams and his sister, Mrs. lone Greene, Bur- sank, Calif., visited a sister, the Pete Helmers, at Milan, til.; the Norman Watsons, Troy Grove. 111.; a niece at Paw Paw, 111., ami a cousin, Mrs. Kephart, at Davenport. They were gone a week, The Henry Loofts spent the weekend with their son, the Jack Loofts, Rochester, Minn. The Everett Withams had the Mothers and Daughters 4*Coffier club of Good Hope for a picnic Sunday noon. The members all brought a covered dish and Sand' wiches. It was a family affair. The Bill Helgens, Rochester, Minn., visited "Mrs. Helgen's -father, Martin Wilberg, Fenton and her brother, the Jerry Wil- bergs, over the July 4th weekend. The Bruce Hills, Webster City, visited last week at the parental Olaf Oftedahl's. Jill Jensen, at school at Aug ustana college, .Sioux Falls, S D., spent the July 4th weekend with her parents,' the Ted Jen USE ADVANCE 4 •* 6 s . . ''•^t* r ,«? 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