Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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••••••••••••0*•••••••••• Kotjuth THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 — ALGONA, IOWA NOW HERE'S SOMETHING to really get worried about. Some scientific gent has come up with the observation the rotation of the sun is slowing down. (The Old Goat didn't even know it rotated.) Anyway in: two billion years it will be only half as fast as the present 27-day go-around. In two billion years it won't make a lot of difference to the present generation. And thinking back two billion years puts the human race as microscopic oozings in the mud. In another two billion years the inhabitants of the world, whatever they are, will probably consider this era akin to the mud opzers from which mankind is said to have descended. They may take a dim view of us not having wings, second sight, instant mobility to distant planets and such like. Yes sir, that's something to really get down and do some hot- weather worrying about. * * * PROBABLY THERE'S no person more tense than some of these youngsters taking driving tests around the town. If soneone said a loud "Bob" they'd probably go right through the roof of the car. And they park a car like it was a fragile boy or girl friend (as the case may be.) There seems to be a lot of student drivers, some from near-by schools, so it is reported, getting the feel of the "big city" traffic. At times the Algona traffic does seem citified with everyone trying to out-jump the next to the stop lights. Wonder if the instructors teach them how to squeal the tires around a corner? Maybe they learn that from the older kid who doesn't know better either. * * THE OLD GOAT isn't sure he's - qualified—to discuss --the .latest regarding the supreme court justice of 69 long winters and the crooner of 50-some summers who wed young gals in the re cent marital sweepstakes. In the first place the young girls scare the daylights out of the Ok Goat. He always was chicken when it came to girls, being taught they were something spe cial and much above the com mon garden variety of boy, Hav ing carried that theory for lo these many years it does seem ager. Graduates RICHARD McGUIRE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McGuire of Bancroft, graduated from Mankato State college July 15, receiving a degree in elementary education. He had a 3.1 grade average over the four years. Mr. McGuire has signed to teach at Prior Lake, Mian, this fall. be their grandfather. Phooey to the whole quartet. A WOMAN WHO wanted to join the police got along fine with the training until it came time to learn judo. The police were taught that way to subdue their opponents with neatness and dispatch. The woman however objected rather strenuously to what she called "bodily contact with men" in learning the art. The head man said to learn it or else, and commented that she might have a chance to do some bodily contact with a woman who was after her back teeth and the training would come in handy. The Old Goat doesn't understand why she wouldn't want to learn how to flip a man over her head into a sprawled out heap. Maybe she should learn the bongo drum for a living. A PROFESSOR at the university of Wisconsin says the ordinary working man is a "lousy lover but honest". There's a silly statement if there ever was one! How does the prof know? He's a. he! What's his test for a hot-stuff lover as compared with a lousy lover? How come he's an expert? Besides who's complaining? A man who takes care of earning the money to = support his wife and family and takes pride in it perhaps is a better lover than some slick- haired bozo who bowls the silly women over with his ohs and ahs. The Old Goat is no expert Section title is captured by C-W girls Wesley — Thursday night, July 21, the Convith-Wesley girls defeated a fighting team from Woden-Crystal Lake by the score of 23-20, to win the sectional championship and advance to the district tournament. Friday night the local girls ntered in the district competi- ion at Stanhope, defeating South Hamilton in a close game, 6-5, advancing to the seconc round. Saturday night, they me4 and defeated Pocahontas by score of 16-4 in four innings. Wesley girls who play on the ;eam are Darlene and Dolores Fox, the pitchers, and Theresa ilicke, Lavonne Studer, Nancy Funnemark, Carol Leek, Gretchen Cink, Kathryn Reddel, Diana Jongewaard, Pam Hild- •. brothers Obid and Orvil Larson, man, and Lcannah Simpson.' at Goldfield Sunday. Ruth Jongewaard is team man- 1 Helen Lickteir;, employed in Mrs. Frank Richter entered the Britt hospital Friday fof medical care of a severe asthma attack. The L. L. Leases took granddaughter Susan Lease to ner home at Newton following week here. The Loren Leases moved lately to Newton from Iowa Falls. Georgine and Connie Richter employed in Des Moines spert this week at the parental, Franl Richter's. Sister Rosalima was a her niece, the Ed Johnsons, seV- era! days last week. She also visited her sister-in-law, Mrt. Sioux City, is spending this week at the parental Albert Lick- trig's. Sunday guests at Arvin Lar- ibn's were the Orvil Olsons, 3ode, and the Kenneth Byros, Goldfield. Mrs. Henry Studer, Sioux Falls, S. D., was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Viola Studer. They atr tended the funeral of Victor Loebig Monday morning in Josephs Catholic church. St. Irvington By Mae McLean Mr. and Mrs. Ray Andrews and five of their children, Bear /Lake, Minn., were Sunday guests guest of l at Kenneth Roney's. Ray, son of B the late Fred Andrews who lived in this vicinity many years day with his brothers Alvin tnd, Lloyd Rosenau, Lakota. Wednesday he went to Lakota for funeral services for Roy Ennen, at the Presbyterian church. The Clarence Canaday family and Mrs. Margaret Kent family attended the wedding of John Jennings and Judy Edwards at the Lutheran church, Emmetsburg Saturday. Francis M-oehlich, in . St. Mary's hospital at Rochester for a month returned home Satur day. He had surgery while at Rochester. The Robert Skillings were call ers Saturday with Mrs. Skilling's parents at Veteran's hospital there. Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, Des Moines, is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Hazel Sabin and visiting other relatives in this area. Mike, Steve and Randy, sons ter known In Lime Springs, graduated from Lime Springs ligh school in 1934 and will become Vice-Commaader the 4th Air Fo*C6 Hamilton. Air Fotce fornia. ffofitr bide, Call- * PRICES "CRUNCH" FOR RIDICULOUS DAYSI reports he recently visited VLO1.WU. llfl. UIOV^JL -*••-.•*» TT ) *»•••*• i __- » , . . " .__,, Mary Wingert, at the Buffalo:" 0 / Blythe, Wahkon, Minn., Center Relt Home, and other when he was a patient at Veter relatives here. Sister Rosalima has been at St. Anthony's Home in Sioux City. She has beeii transferred to Portland, Oregon* The Lester Larsons attended the funeral of a cousin's daughter, 4 year old Joan Aukland, at Avoka, Minn, who was killed in a farm accident. The Lester Larsons visited her brother Orin Byro, and his an s hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Roy was having a growth removed from one ear. The Blythes are also former Irvingtonians. The Lawrence Millers, Clarence Canaday family, Mrs. Margaret Kent family and Patty Harms, spent Sunday afternoon at Clear Lake. Herbert Rosenau visited Sun of the Dewey Skillings, Algona, were Sunday visitors with their grandparents, the Robert Skillings. The Dewey Skillings and the rest of the family came later in the afternoon for a luncheon. PROMOTION — Brigadier General stars were recently pinned on Robert B. Hughes, formerly of Lime Springs, at North American Air Defense Command headquarters in Colorado Springs. "Bernard" as he is bet- WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES AIR-STEP AND SMARTAIRE Widths: AAAA to E. Lengths: 4 to 11. $ 2.99 $ 3.99 $ 4.99 to $ 7.99 T €1 . CHILDREN'S = "TO COOL - Friday Only Dairy Creme CONES Reg. 25c Gone 19 YOUR CHOICE OF 3 FLAVORS — Cherry Custard • Chocolate • Vanilla HANK'S DAIRY CREME but any man who takes care of = . .., , his family, stays out of jail, gains g Locally owned and operated by Mr. & Mrs. Hank Furst „. f , their respect, and supports them 3 South Phillips Street ALGONA a bit of angel-wing tarnishing to I the best he can is a danged good js have a couple of them wed up lover in the Old Goat's book. — with guys old enough to even' So there prof! FRIDAY ONLY SPECIAL "FOR RIDICULOUS DAY IN ALGONA — LOOK AT THIS" Ji 1957 DODGE 4-dr. BUSTER BROWN & ROBIN HOOD [Widths: AA to E. Lengths: 6%' to 8 — 8'/ 2 to 12 — 12 l /a to 3} $ 2.99 S 3.99 $ 4.99 >5.99 MEN'S & BOYS' RUNS GOOD NO DENTS RADIO & HEATER AUTO. TRANSMISSION $ 49 99 — FIRST ONE IN FRIDAY MORNING GETS IT — DEACH BALLS ARE HERE! If you ordered a Beach Ball last month and we ran out — stop in. We have a new supply now! SCHULTZ BROS. 'TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS" BUICK — PONTIAC — CADILLAC ; ; Phone 295-3591 ALGONA ROBLEE & PEDWN Widths: A to EEEE. Lengths. 6Va to 13 .99 $ 8.99 RIDICULOUS DAYS ONLY BARGAINS WITH PLENTY OF o BROWN till SHOE STORE ALCONA IOWA THAT TAKES OF YOUR FEET ^ "Outside or Inside" -Prices are Ridiculously Low at the HUB CLOTHIERS €/> i C* Oj ON A "•• I O MEN'S SUIYS 32-39 MEN'S Priced From SPORT COATS 12. MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Priced from S 2.88 MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT DRESS SLACKS Priced from S 6.88 o c m -n S I «O «o €/> m n o 70 o c •p o Tl IU V) I/) 3 s 6 • t MEN'S BERMUDA SHORTS Priced up to 1/3 Off MEN'S COTTON WASH 'N WEAR SLACKS MEN'S SUIT Blue • Gray f Size 39 OUTSIDE FRIDAY 3.99 Boyswear Sale • BERMUDA SHORTS priced from 2.77 • SWIM TRUNKS-UP TO 1/3 OFF •SPORT SHIRTS fried from 141 MEN'S DRESS LIAM3 Straw Hats V* Price o c o m T! 75 § m 8 o > T I o c — o m •n 70 I M — g O go 2 to w ,9 n o Cfl <? re v> to TJ m n O

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