Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 6
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••••*§•••••••••«•••••*•• THIS BUSINESS of sending television pictures of the moon across some 246,000 miles has the Old Goat amazed. It is amazing also that the people who do such things haven't come up with how to got the pictures good at home from a station only 50 to 75 miles away. Of course maybe if each householder spent a few billion dollars like the government does the picture could be brought in good. Anyway maybe the old codgers were right — the moon DOES look a great deal like a piece of Swiss cheese. * * * A COMPUTER to sort out suitable dates for lonely young men and women will be set up in a downtown New York City park. The city however isn't taking any chances and states in a warning tone it will not be responsible "for the looks of the date, the activities of the date, or anything that happens thereafter." That sounds pretty conclusive, and a disappointed young would-be lover can't sue the city if the computer pulled a boo-boo and gave a wrong number. What the Old Goat hears about New York City parks isn't good, what with mugging, hugging, and assorted crimes and misdemeanors a nightly occurance a fellow would not be too smart to depend on a machine to give him anything but a bum rap. * * * THE OLD GOAT hopes those machinists who struck ihe air lines are now satisfied. Seems they acted like they owned the country as well as the airlines. The Old Goat worried about all those stewardesses who had nothing to do while the planes were grounded. Not that the Old Goat was anxious to get into the fray again, but some nica young men should have been available 'to see the young ladies weren't too lonesome. However, having lived as long as the Old Goat has there isn't much worry but what the girls took care they were not completely bored with the lack of air activity. * * * NURSES IN New York and California are threatening to strike for higher pay and better working hours and conditions. The Old Goat thinks they have a good case, particularly with those who are sick.* However a well man takes a dim view of his doctor and nurse costs as long as he's well. When he's sick that's another matter entirely. Men particularly are usually fairly good patients, but it is said, the Old Goat does not vouch for authenticity, that women make the worst patients. Maybe the men like the nurses better than tbe women do. Anyway, if tbe Old Goat is sick, be wants a happy, contented, well paid, anxious to serve nurse holding his hot little hand. Yes sir—money's no object then. THESE "GOWNS" the girl singers wear when they do theii moaning and groaning are just plain gosh awful. They are tapered from . . er . . here down to their ankles and they can't make a real step. The old Hobble skirt of the late 1918-19s was cinch in a footrace compared to some of these outfits. Prank ly the more the singer goes in for that kind of a dress the worse a singer she is. Most oJ them don't sing a song any\ya> —they murder it! The mugging and off-key stuff is terrible When the gal is introduced as one having a "delightful new style of singing" the Old Goal heads for the refrigerator, and passes up the ecstasy of hearing her new style. It's always lousy * * * THE COUNTY FAIR is over and the old-time girly shows were not in evidence. They can't stand the competition. Nowadays the girls don't wear much more, if any, that the gents used to pay 50 cents to see for the "first show" so the Old Goat is told by one of the men about town who used to go into such places —just to check of course. However there were a few sharpy games, but the main push now is on the rides for the kiddies. They make the Old Goat seasick just to watch! 4-ALOONA (lowi) ADVANCE THURSDAY, AUG. M, 1966 Joyce Erpelding married Joyce Ann Erpelding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Er- >elding, Algona, and William ' J aul Rahm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm, St. Benedict, were married Aug. 13 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at he double ring ceremony. Jane Arndorfer was soloist, accompanied by Mary Hamilton. Maid of honor was Blondina Er- >elding and Karen Carman was ;he bride's attendant. Bridesmaids were Debbie Arndorfer, liece of the groom, and Judy Erpelding. Annette Erpelding was flower girl. Best man was Joe Rahm, bro- her of the groom. Mark Erpeld- ng and Mike Rahm were groomsmen. Greg Rahm was ring bear- er. Ushers were Robert Arndorfer and Dwight Garman. Jack Krieips and Paul Garman were acolytes. A reception and dinner was held at the V. F. W. hall in Algona. Theresa Hoberer served punch. Mary Ann Erpelding had the guest book. Mrs. Frank Weber and Mrs. Gerald Garman cut the cake. Karen and June Garman and Iveta and Carol Jo Fee opened gifts. She is a 1964 graduate of Garrigan and attended Ottumwa Heights College. She has been employed at St. Joseph's hospital, Omaha. He is a 1963 graduate of Garrigan and will be a senior at Iowa State, Ames, this fall. Photo by Poundstone. Evelyn Cady was visited Sun-and four sons have returned day by Mrs. Julia Cady and son- from a three weeks vacation at ij-law and daughter Mr. and San Diego, Oaiif., with the for- Mrs. Murray Lawson and children Mark and Julia, of Mason Sity. They were enroute home from Sioux City where Mr. Lawson had a business appointment and they stopped at Mapleton to see Charley Simpa, 89 year old uncle of the late Dr. Gerald Cady, husband of Mrs. Julia Cady, and Edwin Cady of Houston, Tex., who died Aug. 16 of a coronary attack. Mr. and Mrs. John Sires had as weekend guests their daughter Jeanie and John Bush, ol Chicago, 111. Mrs. Max Bast has had as recent guests Mrs. Lloyd Platte, ol Sumner, Mrs. Frank Gatez, oJ Oelwein, Mrs. William Bartels. Mrs. William Trotter, of Cedar Palls, and Mrs. Harold Rust, ol Philadelphia, Pa. Keith Rowley has sold the house built on the former Ferguson barn site on Kennedy street to Mr. and Mrs. Frink, ol Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Honsbruch, Mrs. Elizabeth Post and grandson Rex Post spent Sunday ana a part of Monday at the Honsbruch trailer house at the Oko- bojis. Joan Post is leaving Aug. 26 for Sioux City to enter her second year of nurses training at St. Joseph's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedinger FARM LOANS • Long Term • Low Payments PRE-PAYMENT WITHOUT PENALTY For a loan on land to pay debts, buy land, finance improvements or for other farm and family needs, come in and see us. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION South of Penney's in Algona (Preferably Mondays & Wednesdays) E. H. HUTCHINS, Mgr. Helen Haas 67-70-72-74 nier's brother Allen RiecUnger and family. They were also at Albuquerque, N. M., where Mr. Riedinger attended the National Soil Society meeting. Mr, and Mn. Ed Oilmort art being visited by their son John of the naval air base at San Diego, Calif. He is here on a 13 days leave and came Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wagner were visited a-short time a week ago by Mrs. Herbert Lindquist and daughters or Mason City. The late Mr. Lindquist was the first manager of the Algona Good Samaritan Home. Sheila Sullivan of Minneapolis, daughter of Mrs. Wade 'Sullivan, and Sheila's friend Lois Laver, also of Minneapolis, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Knudson of Emmetsburg ait their summer home on South Manhattan Beach, Okoboji. Mrs. Knudson is a sister of Mrs. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schneider have returned from a vacation at Branson with Mrs. Schneider's parents Mr. and Mrs. Loren E. Lair. Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, left Wednesday for Mt. St. Scholastica college at Atchison, Kans. , Linda, ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lallier, i'ell from a swing a week ago and broke her left arm near the wrist. Fortunately it is not causing her much discomfort. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dearths, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hofius and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs, took Steven Dearchs to his home at Eagle Grove Sunday after a visit here with his grandparents, the Claude Dearchs. Galen De Valois returned on Tuesday from Des Moines where he had spent a few days at the Iowa State fair. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshire have returned from a vacation at Duluth and Lake City, and other interesting places in the vicinity. Their vacation was somewhat marred by the heavy storm which hit in that area and made driving very hazardous. Mr. and Mrs. John Schimmel were visited over the weekend by Mrs. Don Nelson of Newel who came to attend the "glad" show at the high school as well as visit her friends. The Sohijn- mels have also been visited ;by their granddaughters Mrs. Kenneth Trimble and Debbie Jones, of Laurens. .;. Margaret Thompson was visit- Merry-go-round fun Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz of Titorika. Or* KiH Hdffmin drove jfom his Okoboji cottage to LeMars Saturday for a reunion of his high school class of 1920. There were fourteen members present of the original 35, one coming from California where several others of the class live. After 46 years they had some difficulty in recognizing one another. David Passmore, ton of Mrs. Helen Passmore, and a 1965 graduate of the university at Iowa City, Will teach French in the Colfax and Prairie City high schools. Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Ostrum and daughter Sharon, Dubitque, visited the past weekend with their grandmother, Mrs. Frank Ostrum, whom they had brought home from Oelwein where she had visited her sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Bennett, and Mrs. C. A. Cummings, and Mrs. Margaret Kramer of Lament. The Ostrums also visited her parents, the Melvin Bratlunds of Bode. OBITUARY CORRECTION In the Harold Colwell obituary THE MERRY-GO-ROUND was a popular attraction for the.younger children at the fair, and Kim Yegge, 3Va, was no exception. Kim is the daughter of the Dave Yegges, Lakota. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman." Home Sunday by her niece Leni3 Thompson, of Hollandale. Mrs. August Slagle has a brother L. W. Sherman who lives at Santa Paula, Calif., who has been hospitalized with a heart ailment. He is now able to be up at home and Mrs. Slagle phoned him. He and his wife had formerly lived at Clear Lake. Mrs. Howard French has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital and is now in the new Good Samaritan Home. Howard is in the Veterans hospital at Des Moines. Their daughter Jean Nichalou has been here but will soon return to Greece where she teaches in an American school. Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena have sold their house on Roan street td Mr. and Mrs. James Cubit who purchased the Keith house on east Call street some time ago. The Mrs. Milton Dahl, Mrs. Anm Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. James ed at the new Good Samaritan Cubit homes have baan sold to Heathery-feathery "Hi Fashion Status" for girls of every "Sighs"! The most beautiful, quality. singing sweater and skirt coordinates that ever gave a girl extra-status in chic! The saucy saddle-shoulder sweaters, the plaid-glad and the pocketed A-liner skirts are all purest 100% wvci-cplpr-eerdinated like "mg^'J _______ ' r * , v /» "Algona's Fashion Center For Women and Girls" ;he Fareway Stores, Inc. Mrs Dahl has taken an apartment ai ;he Harry Ward's, Mrs. Hanson has moved into the apartment it the Russell Cook's apartments vacated by Esther Quinby am the Cubits will eventually move nto the Agena house. Mrs. Olive Herbst has as her guest a sister Mrs. Priscilla Fur janick, who came Friday, Aug 19, from Los Angeles, Calif., and will also visit with her nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tec Herbst. Mrs. Furjanick had pre viously been on a trip to Seattle and boat trip to Fairbanks, Alas ka. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knowlton Litchfield, Minn., were guests from Monday to Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B Asa where they were joined for dinner on Monday evening by in tot TliUMtfay's Advance, Wi wife's name should have read •Marie" and not "Mabel." 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