Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 19, 1966
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•••••••••••••••**«••••••• K<muth MONDAY, SEPT, 19, 19M - ALGONA, IOWA - THERE'S A new dance in England that is threatening to be imported to this country and named after Prince Phillip. The Old Goat thinks watching it would be fun, but as for participating the Old Goat is a bit too muscle bound. Here's how it goes: "You relax all over, put on a deadpan face and dril-t into the blues beat nice and easy opposite your partner — but not touching. Then you swing your hips right to left and start twitching— hands, feet and head." The Old Goat thinks the younger generation is nuts with that not-touching stuff. Shucks you don't get a squeeze at all that way and the Old Goat never got anywhere twitching at a girl. Frankly the Old Goat doesn't think a girl twitching at him would do anything tor the Old Goat either, except making him run like everything for the nearest exit. Phooey! # * * THIS BUSINESS of taping TV shows and cutting out parts of them deprives the TV watchers of some good moments, which in some cases is a durned shame, so it is. Seems they were taping a show to be given this fall, and Gisele Makenzie's gown gave up the struggle and split all over. But this tape was thrown away, and the part done all over again with a dress that held together! 'Taint fair, so 'taint. And these commercials showing a girl taking a bath are a fraud too—the girl has a bathing suit on all the time which the Old Goat thinks is a mighty silly way to take a bath. # -x- # SAN FRANCICO is £ mighty up and coming town Seems they have a girl escort service for lonely men on the town from out of town. The guy calls up the service anc gets a nice girl to take to din ner and the shows, and that's all there is to it. However some smart gink has figured that if he gets caught by the better half snuggling in a cafe with another woman he can always claim she is just an' escort girl. He won't get away with it, of course, but he can always claim it. Anyway the girls are no Christine Keelers, and the lonely man almost has to have a permissive letter from his wife to get one. 'Taint hardly worth the effort. THIS BUSINESS of dousing meat with catsup, gravy or a concoction of barbecue junk at cafes and restaurants has the Old Goat exhausted trying to find what's under all of the goop. There's an old rule of thumb about eating out—if it is covered with gravy and messy junk the meat is strictly from no good and has to be disguised. Oh well, the Old Goat supposes there are those who would put catsup on ice cream. •x- -x- -x- THE OLD GOAT approves of the addition of his crowd oJ those in favor of short skirts— the latest being a nationa group for highway safety Seems girls with their legs showing are more easily seen by motorists and there are 70 percent more men pedestrians hit by cars than women. The Old Goat highly approves the findings — and perhaps if the girls would just raise the hem a bit farther they'd be much easier seen. In fact traffic would slow up and even keep within the speed limit perhaps. The Old Goat is all for highway safety, yes sir. •x- * * JAYNE MANSFIELD is a bit irritated to the tune of a lawsuit over showing of movies she made in England or somewhere across the water which shows a lot more of Jayne than the local gendarmes permit in this unenlightened country. It makes for standing room only at the showing of the movie and the magazine she was pictured in is now supposed to be a collector's item. Tha Old Goat refuses to comment. * * * TV IS GIVING a big buildup to the coming new shows to be shown this fall, but they mostly seem the same old stuff. And it seems a cinch while the shows may be new they'll be showing Algona youth married urlnny Hagg, Dell Rapids, S. D., and Betty Gredtvert, Whittemore. Following the reception, a buffet suppet was served to the bridal party, relatives and out- of-town friends at the home of the bride's parents. Both the bride and groom are Algona high school graduates. Kendra attended Northwest Missouri State college, Maryville, Mo., for two years, majoring in business management. She is affiliated with Phi Mu sorority. Keith attended Mason City junior college and is currently in the air force. He received basic training at Lackland Air Base, San Antonio, Texas, then attended school at Amarillo AFB. The couple left Sept. 7 for Sacramento, Calif., where he will be stationed at McCiellan AFB in the personnel office. Many LuVerne students now mus, Tim iBlumer, Douglas Holmes, John Wickett, David Mueller, Daryl Jagels, Raeann Brink, Sandra Walline, Kris Hanselman, Clara and Elaine Schnakenberg. At Northwest Maryville, Mo., State College, Carol Ristau, Julie Faulstick, Meredith Gjer- stadt. At Concordia High School in St. Paul, Minn., Joel Mueller. At Iowa Lutheran Hospital, Des Moincs, Louise Faulstick. At the State University of Iowa at Iowa City, Mrs. Jerry ;Quebee, former Mary Lee Darby will complete her course in nursing. Ronald Clark will continue his post graduate course. If some are missed, more will follow. daughter of Mrs. Applcgate. The who brought her to the Irvington and Algona areas to visit. The Norrises are former residents of this area and it was the first time Mrs. Noftis had been to the area to visit since 1954 when the family moved to Minnesota. Mrs. B. 0. Davis and her sister- in-law, Mrs. Marie Colwell, Algona, drove to Jackson, Minn., Sunday to get Mrs. Davis" mother, Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, who had been visiting relatives and friends at Jackson for a week. Mrs. Ray .Fitch is spending a few days at the home of her daughter, the Robert Skillings. She has also been visiting another daughter Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz and family of Livermore. Mrs. Kendra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Seely, Algona, and Keith A. Seely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely, Whittemore, were married Sept. 4, at 2:30 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. Rev. Robert F. Lorenz, Algona, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Richard Fcaster, soloist, was accompanied at the organ by Reuben Butzke. The bride, escorted by her father, was attended by Mary Ann Sigsbee, friend, as maid of honor, with Gloria Thornton, of Des Moines, a sorority sister, and Karen Seely, sister of the groom, as bridesmaids. Mrs. William Kessinger, Carlinville, 111., cousin of the bride, sonal attendant. was her per- the same old holes in the head, stupid shaving remarks by athletes out of water, deodorants, soaps, regularity, and stuff like that. Maybe a manufacturer will come out with a oigaret that's all filter — no tobacco. Best man was Larry Helmers, Algeria, friend of the groom. The groomsmen were Capt. Victor Seely, brother of the bride, and Tom Teeter, Whittemore, friend of the groom. Ushers were Gary Naylor and Sig Wood, both Algona. A reception in the church parlors followed, with 250 guests in attendance. Guests were registered by Maree Miller, Algona friend of the bride, and dining room host and hostess was Mr and Mrs. H. W. Miller, Algona. Barbara Greinert, cousin of the groom, had the punch bowl Mrs. Robert Hagg, Dell Rapids S. D., cousin of the bride, 'and Carol Ostwald, Whittemore, cou sin of the groom, cut and servec the cake. Pouring coffee were Patty Schulz, Algona, and Luann Meyer, Whittemore. Mrs. Ken Seely, cousin , of the bride, and Sally Steele, friend of the bride both Algona. were in charge o the gifts. Waitresses were Lau ry Calhoun, Algona, Patty an back at college LuVerne — Back to colleges, low for youth of LuVerne is at hand. At Iowa State College, Cedar Falls are Nancy Brink and Da- Mrs. William Goetsch, Lu Verne, accompanied Mrs. Lester Yeazel of Rockwell City and Mrs. Donald Artman of Lake City to Hampton where they attended a party for all delegates, visitors and families to the Seventh Assembly of the Woman's Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan Service Guild which was held in Portland, Ore., in May. Mrs. Melinda Frenz has re- urned to her Mason City home tier a weeks visit with her laughter, the Theodore Johnson amily. Bert Thomas is a patient for observation at the University lospital, Iowa City, since Sept. Mrs. Louise Jutte of Des Moines is visiting her brother Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly and sis- er Mrs. Sula Frantz and their families. Freshmen are and Jane Han- vid Naffziger. Dawn Lindebak selman. At Westmar College, Le Mars are Suzanne Dudley, Robert Maass. Connie Schnetzer is a freshman. At Hamilton Business College Mason City, Connie'Sanford and Linda Daley. At Drake University, Des Moines, Mary Daley a senior. At Morningsidc College, Sioux City," Linda Nelson, Gene Wil at Sioux City Area Technics School. At Community College, For Dodge, Earl Will, freshman. At Mankato State College Dean Trauger, Ronald Trauger At Iowa State University Ames, Dale Kubly, Sheri Ra Irvington By Mae McLean Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate Ames, stopped off at the Law rence Millers Saturday, Sept. J and picked up Diane, Gary anc Kathy Miller and Mrs. Wayne Byerly and children, then con tinued on to their cabin at Oko boji. They were joined on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and David, Mrs. Margaret Kent and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Potter and the Rov. and Mrs. Ben Gaul and family, Peterson, la. Mrs. Gaul is a occasion was a farewell picnic in honor of Mrs. Byei-ly, Judy and Steve, who left via air last week Wednesday for San Francisco, from where they were to leave on Thursday to join their husband and father, Wayne Byerly Bm/2 stationed in Japan. Mr. Byerly went to Japan last January and since then Mrs. Byerly and children have been with relatives in Iowa. The family expects to be in Japan another two years. Mf. and Mrs. Elmer Appenzeller were among those attending a Labor Day picnic at the Harold Sabins. The Appenzellers live on a farm in this area, having moved there last spring but Mrs. Appenzeller, a teacher, did not come to stay until after school was dismissed for the summer. She is now teaching 6th grade at Lucia Wallace, in Algona. (i'hey formerly lived near Nevada. Attending a picnic at Call State Park Sunday, were the lichard Mawdsleys, the Robert tingles, the Joe Easters and the Harold Sabins. The group meets nonthly for a "Potluck". Roy Blythe, Wahkon, Minn., writes that the fore part of Sep- ember, he was in Minneapolis, Minn.,, having skin grafted on an ear from which a growth had been removed early in the summer. He reports that Mrs. Ely- he was also hospitalized for a line suffering from gall bladder trouble. Wayne Patterson returned to Mason City, Sunday to begin his second year at Jr. College. He will be specializing in accounting. Gary, son of the Geo. Vitz- thums, left Sunday for Port Huenamie, Calif., after spending a 14-day leave at home. Gary is in Seabees and has been at San Diego since early June. Mrs. Marguerite Hayes spent the Labor Day weekend at Minneapolis at the home of her nepliew, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frankl. She returned home on Tuesday. Mrs. Laura Norris, Eagle Bend, Minn., was in Irvington Tuesday, Sept. 6 visiting relatives and I many friends in the vicinity. Mrs. Norris came with a sister from Fairmont, Minn., and has been visiting another sister, Mrs, Gladys Seidel of Emmetsburg, Pitch has been viUttflg ii.thi homes of her daughter! tint*, Sept. 2, when Mr. Fitch entered the Good Samaritan Rome ill At gona, where he will be fniklfij his home. I R«cov*ry : 82-yeaf-old Paul Sohreiider of Hull, a carpenter, lost A carpetif ter's square 58 years ago While working on the construction of the Hull First Christian Reform* ed church. Last month work was begun on the razing of the old building and Mr. Schreuder remembered his square lost between the walls. 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