Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1966 · Page 6
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.., .* AWANtt THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1966 •**••••«••«»•«••••«••••. ), t. D. •••••••••••••••••••A*** NOW THAT ALL the women have loaded up on the short skirt deals the fashion bandits are getting ready to lower the hem line into a hohum line. This forces the girls to buy new clothes because it's clanged hard to lengthen a skirt. As far as the boys are concerned the short skirts are no longer noticed much and legs are no novelty. This of course means the girls will have to get some more interest in things and there's nothing more interesting than something that's covered unless it's a hole in a newspaper that someone has cb'pped an item from. You always wonder what it was. As for skirts, shorts,, bathing suits, and whatever those tight pants are the girls are wearing, there isn't a heck of a lot secret, Ah well, it was fun while it lasted. * * * SEEMS TO AN OLD duffer that the television commercials are timed at either the young or the old — the middle age people are left to shift for themselves without the help of gents advising them how to be popular and not offensive. The ciggy and soft drink blurbs are for the younger generation whose activity while lapping up the juice makes an elder gent a bit tired just watching. As for the elder gent there are some woeful commercials on what happens when the mouth-falsies aren't anchored right or have been left to stew in their own juice too long. Of course for the elderly there's also that pitch for regularity. The Old Goat wonders what the alcoholic content is of the stuff that's good for tired blood. A few snorts might put a little life into the old carcass as long as the joy juice lasted. It might fool the head that way but the bones and what used to be muscles would complain rather bitterly. * * * THE OLD GOAT regrets n'ot having some Beatle records to burn. Not because of what one of the mop-haired English gents had to say but because they make lousy sounds. Another thing that irks is the silly girls paying good money to hear this kind of junk and the squealing all through the racket. Frankly the Old Goat thinks these kids should have their bloomers dusted in the woodshed. The Queen of England decorated these yow- lers, not because of their contribution to music, but because of their contribution of good A- ^rican. dollars to the, English "~ ~"or&: ? Anyway'' these w ~ nred present-day groaners and. yelpers just can't be proud of the brains among those who adore them. * * * THE NEW HAIR style is called the Astro after the space efforts to get men in space and to the moon. The new style features orbit bangs and comet tails. The Old Goat didn't know he was in such fashion because in a wind that's what the Old Goat has — a few orbit bangs and some comet tails. Frankly looking at the girls in the demon register the Old Goat couldn't tell any difference between the old and the new. * * * THE UNLUCKY two-buck bill is on the way out and are being taken in by the treasury gents as fast as they can get their hot little hands on them. No more will be printed and they will go the way of the three-cent piece and the $10,000 bill. The $2 paper was great for the gents who bet on the bangtails but the average person avoided them for various reasons. Funny isn't it —now they're being called in they become valuable to collectors. The Old Goat wishes he were unlucky enough to have a bale of them put away. * * * FISH DON'T like human scent. So a fisherman has this cure: Place two shots of bourbon in a glass, add a spoonful of sugar, pour into an atomizer and spray it over the body — of the fisherman. The Old Goat likes the solution up to the point of putting 'A in an atomizer. Why not drink it and let it ooze out! 60 CD of A members in candlelight services PICTURED ARE the sixty Catholic Daughters of America who made up the living candlelight ros- ary'at the C D of A's Golden Jubilee Held Sunday August 7 at St. Cecelia's church in Algona. They dressed in formal gowns and mantilla head laces for the service. Photo by Poundstone. Schedule for C-W school is announced Wesley—Registration and payment of fees for 'the Cbrwith- Wesley high school student will ba held on August 23, from. 1 to 5 o'clock and 7 to 9:30 o'clock at the office. Continuation of registration will be held from 8:30 to 11 o'clock August 24. School starts August 29. Fees for this school year are: Hot lunch, 35c per meal on 5, 10 or 20 day tickets. 5 day $1.75; 10 day, $3.50; 20 day, $7.00. Individual meal tickets will be 40c. Book rent, $3.00 kindergarten; $6.50, grades 1 through 8; $8.00, grades 9 through 12. Workbook fees are physical education, $2.80; chemistry, $2.56; physics, $2.56; Hell inves., $2.60; physiology, $1.64; office practice, $1.32; bookkeeping, $3.92; typing, .08; U.S. history, $1.20. Physical education fees are: P. E. $2.50, basketball $3.25, baseball $1.75, track $1.50, softball $1.50, football $2.25. There will be no Activity cards sold this year. Admission to all home activities will be 50c for school students and 75c,for adults. Football conditioning practice starts August 20, and the first day for beginning football practice will be August 24. A boy will not be permitted to practice until given O.K. by a doctor. The faculty is complete: Ethel Flom and Anna Flom, Kindergarten Carla McFee and Magdalene Bleich, 1st grade; Annette Koch and Mabel Clabaugh, 2nd grade; Janet Sweers and Elsie Oxley, 3rd grade; Carol Considine and Rosalie Bornvit, 4th grade; Susan Nesvold and Ruth Hanson, 5th grade; Mary Rockwood and Frances Moldenhauer, 6th grade; Frances Funnemark, 7-8 math; Paul Parkhurst, 7-8 science, P.E.; John Schultz, 7-8 social studies; Lorraine Discher, 7-8 English; Richard Shellenberg, principal.,.'; > ,-,-. >•• High school teachers areV"Wil- liam Fredin, principal; John Micklick, superintendent; James Schneider, math; Phillip Hunget, biology, coach; Dennis Hewitt, chemistry, physics; Norman Rasmussen, P.E., Dr. Ed., Ath.; Mary Bennett, instr. music; Sam Logsdon, vocal music; Charles Kimpston, English; Mary Mullins, commercial; Keith Pierce, ind. arts; Karon Harcey, English, social studies; Esther McNeil counselor, Eunice Kjer- laug, Spanish; Marian Ackerman Home ec.; Ola Larson, librarian. by his widow, •• daughters and two sons, two grandchildren. Father Mason assisted at the requiem high mass and preached the sermon. The J.. P. and Joe Studers, Algona, formerly Wesley, also attended. of WILL BE TEACHER The Mike Bauers Christopher were and son weekend guests at the parental A. N. Richtsmeiers. Mr. Bauer left Sunday for Manhattan, Kan., and will move their household goods to North Platte, Neb. Mrs. Bauer and son stayed for a week. Mr. Bauer will be on the faculty of St. Patrick's parochial school, teaching math and is athletic coach. He had recently received his science degree in education at Kansas state. DATE TURKEY DINNER Holy Name society of St. Joseph's parish met in the parish 'hall Wednesday evening. The annual turkey dinner will be served by the parish September 18. Larry and Diane Hildman, children of the Irwin Hildmans, spent last week with their grandparents, the Ed Ramuses, at Lu- Verne. Mrs. Justine Becker, Mrs. Viola Studer and Mrs. Toe Miller attended a pre-nuptial shower Sunday at the VFW hall in Algona for Sharon Bristow.^She will marry Tom Studer, son of the Joe Studers, Algona, formerly of Wesley, August 27. They will live in Sioux City where he is a-barber. She is employed in an office there. Sister Kevin and Sister Da^ mion, Cedar Rapids, came Monday for several days with, their parents, the Elmer Doughans. They all visited a sister and daughter, Mrs. Jim Walmsley, at Webster City, and other relatives and friends. JOHNSON REUNION Descendants of the late Theodore Johnsons had a reunion Sunday in the city park. Eight of the nine sons and daughters and their families were present. The sons and daughters were Mrs. Ethel Hutchinson, Manly; Clayton Johnsons, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Alvina Miller, Clear Lake; Geo. Johnsons, Hayfield, Minn.; Theo. Johnsons and Dale, LuVerne; Paul Janssens (Fern), Greene; Floyd Gregorys, (Florence), Eagle Grove; Harold Prices, (Clara) Wesley. Others were the Duane Vaudts, Forest City; Don Missals, Clarion; Larry Krauses, Mason City; Maynard Dearches, Chas. Kaufmans and Dennis Thurman4as, Eagle Grove; Bob Geicks, Pomeroy; Orville Wei- lands, Geo. Ostercamps and Duane Prices, Wesley. ATTEND FUNERAL The August and Herman Stud- ers attended the funeral of Martin Studers, 78, Monday at the Assumption church.Emmetsburg. He was a son of the late August, Studer, Mallard. He is survived meeting August 25 at Graettin,- ger. • The Bud Kemmas and Harold Grandganetts, Plymouth, Larry Grandganetts and Clarence Dorn- biers were at Dale Dornbier's for a picnic. . The Paul Schmidts, Churdan, were Sunday callers at the parental A. Nv Richtsmeier's home. They left their two youngest children, Billy'and Steve; with their grandparents while they went on a vacation trip to northern Minnesota and'Canada. Mary Katherine, 13, daughter of the Dale Dornbiers, won grand champion on her garden display at the junior fair in Britt last week. • St. Joseph's parochial school will open August 29 with a half day Monday and Tuesday and full days to begin Wednesday. The Bill Koppens spent the weekend in Omaha, visiting the Bob Kirkpatricks and their four children. The Joe Krieps and Jackie and the Merle Losses attended the wedding of Joyce Erpelding and Bill Rahm at St. Benedict Aug. 13. She is a daughter of the Bill Erpeldings and he is a son, of the Magnus Rahms,'St. Benedict. The wedding dinner was at the VFW hall in Algona. The Henry LeMires and Frank, East Greenwich, R. I., Wayne Rutkowski, Wyoming, Penn., and Pete Bureste, East Greenwich, came Aug. 1 8 4o= visit' the Henry LeMire's daughter, the Tom Lickteigs. The men attended a Twins-Kansas City ball game at Minneapolis Sunday. Bob Ricke and Tom Otis returned Saturday from two weeks National Guard camp at Camp Ripley, Minn. Mrs. Mary Peters had as August 14 weekend guests the Alton Luders and Jim of Pontoosuc, 111., and the Ed Poages, Salem. Mrs. Francis Richter was tak- DCCW will hold an annual fall en to Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week for medical care. The Sam Alnes, Ames, called at L; Lease's and other friends here Friday: Mrs. Joe Krieps, Mrs. Merle Loss, Mrs. Helen Youngwirth attended a shower for Donna Mergen, daughter of the Joe Mergens, Algona, Sunday afternoon in St. Cecelia's' parish hall. She will marry Rick Aitcheson of Des Moines, Sept. 3. . Sister Georglne, who will teach in Larchwood this fall, was an Aug. 9 overnite guest at Tom Becker's home. Other guests Tuesday were the Roger Dough- ains, Clarion, Bernard Beckers, Waterville, Minn., and Martin Beckers, Irvington. Friday guests at Geo. Ricke's were the Lee Rickes, Morgan, Minn., and their two daughters, Sister Misale, who will teach in St. Joe, and Sister Leona, who will teach in Hospers. The Geo. Rickes, Bob, Janice and Ronnie, and Connie Lickteig were Sunday guests of Dr. Hoffman, Algona, at his cottage at Okoboji. Other guests were Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and Rose Scanlan, Algona. The Frank Hauptlys had as Sunday guests Mrs. Sarah Ginger, Paulina, and the Justine Gingers, Calumet. Afternoon and lunch guests were the Will Hauptlys, Woden, Elmer Haupt- lys and Patsy Brown, Bob Haug- liands, Garner, the Thei. Haug- liands, Crystal Lake, Mrs. Laura Brockman and Jolene, Corwith, and the Fred Edens, Ollie and Angeline Foertseh were evening callers. OSTRICH RACES — A feature at the Crawford County Fair this year was the running of ostrich races by local drivers at the fairgrounds near Kiron. One of the pointers for driving ostriches is instead of a bridle and reins you steer ostriches with a broom; to turn left you must shake the broom to the right. Irvington By Mae McLean -. Charles Colweil, St. Benedict, his mother and sister, Mrs. Florence Colweil, the B. O. Da vises, Irvington, and Art Olson, Se* ton, went to Iowa City Aug. 14 to visit Harold Colweil, who had entered University hospital. Mr. Olson, who had went to Iowa City for a check-up, remained. The Lee VanderWaals, Bradley, Dl, left for home Friday after visiting in Irvington and Algona for a week. They stopped at Iowa City to visit Mrs. Van- derWaal's brother, Harold Colwell, in the hospital. They remained in Iowa City till Sunday. Visitors at Robert Skilling's on Aug. 12 were Mrs. Skilling's parents, the Ray Fitches, Burt, and and Mrs. Fitch are brother and sister. Mike Skilling, son of the Dewey Skillings, Algona, also spent Friday afternoon with his grandparents, the Robert Skillings. Miller, David Bob Kent, son and of Lawrence Kathy, and Margaret Kent, Algona, returned Monday after a week at Yellowstone national park, Wyony ing, and Mt. Rushmore, in the Black Hills. ..Bob ..,,..Cunningham and son Mike, Emmetsburg, were unable to make the trip. SOCIETY NEWCOMERS MEET Newcomers club met Monday at the Algona hotel. Hostesses were Carol Jergenson aitd Don* na Etherington. The program was a talk and movie on Viet Nam by Stanley Klein, New members were Mrs. James St. John, Diana Ashland, Theresa Cushman, Marcia Simpson, Betty Rezac and Sharon Shipler. BIRTHDAY OI56RVSD Mrs. Milton Dahl entertained a few friends Friday afternoon, Aug. 12, honoring the birthday of Mrs. Howard Gibson. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Herbert Haas is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. After the United States purchased the Danish West Indies in 1917, the name was changed to Virgin Islands. New Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Building in Algona nears Completion The above picture shows a new Behlen Grain Storage Building nearing completion at the Algona Pioneer Plant. This large building is divided into 10 hopper bottom bins, each bin holding 7500 bu. of seed corn. This growth typifies how our local Algona industries are growing — Pioneer Seed Corn sales have been growing so rapidly the past few years, more room for seed corn is necessary. This is the third Behlen building the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company has purchased this year. The two other buildings are at other plant locations. The Algona plant manager is Herb Hedlund. The Cowan Corporation built the concrete hoppered floors and the Becker Construction is erecting the new building. FOR YOUR NEW BUILDING SEE — Taylor Implement "Your Grain Harvesting and Drying Headquarters" South,Phillips Street: Jj., „.,...,, ^ ^,, ^ ALGONA GO! GO! GO! BOWLING AT ALGONA LANES Opening Sunday Aug. 21st -Completely Refinished Lanes- • Leagues t« start Am. 29th with a Clastic NO HANDICAP LEAGUE «• Thnwky Nights. • Mixed Doublet to start Saturday, Sept. 10th. • CoffM Cap Ltafiia Tuesday Afternoons. OPENINGS IN MOST LEAGUES Contact Alfou Lutes or CALL 296-2306 or 296-2916 ALGONA LANES 1114 N. MAIN ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-2831 Sale of CCC Storage Structures The Kcssuth ASC County Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, is soliciting sealed bids on the following described property. STORAGE STRUCTURES OFFERED FOR SALE RURT RIN SITE: WESLEY RIN SITE: 1 Butler 7 Butler 1 Beatrice 5 Columbian 5 Butler 2175 bu. cap. 2740 bu. cap. 3250 bu. cap. 3240 bu, cap. 3276 bu. cap. Minimum price from $45 to $225 TITONKA RIN SITE: 12 Columbian Minimum price $225 3240 bu. cap. 12 Butler 3276 bu. cap. Minimum price $165 LU VERNE RIN SITE: 7 Butler 2175 bu. cap. 1 Columbian 2170 bu. cap. 5 Butler 3276 bu, cap. 4 Martin 3350 bu. cap. Minimum price from $50 to $165 INSPECTION: The storage structures may be inspected Friday, August 19, 1966, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. BIDS: Offers mutt be submitted in sealed envelopes and such envelopes must bear in the lower left hand corner the notation: "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO. 66-8." Offers delivered by hand must be received at the address specified in the announcement not later than 3:00 p.m. Friday, August 19, 1966. Offers may be submitted on an Offer Form obtained from the ASCS County Office. Offers submitted by mail must bo received not later than 3:00 p.m. Friday, August 19, 1966. Telephone or telegraphic offers will not be considered. All grain storage structures purchased under this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC/ unless the successful bidder makes arrangements acceptable both to the landlord and CCC. Copies of the terms and conditions of the sale may be obtained from the Kossuth County ASCS Office. The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become a part of the offer and upon acceptance shall constitute a valid and binding contract between the offerer and CCC. Additional information concerning this sal« may be obtained by contacting the Kossuth County ASCS Office, 1306 North Main Street, Algona, Iowa 50511. Curtis P. Haahr Office Manager

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