Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 17
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

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Alqona •MiMHIIM^iHil^MHWHI Algona woman to head Miller's campaign THE OLD GOAT is getting mighty fed up with these commercials for post-nasal drip, de- cdor,ants, headache goop, and stuff for his tired blood. In fact it's making his blood mighty tired to have to listen to the pitchmen rattle off the merits of their product and pooh-pooh- ing any other. The Old Goat taKes himself a shower every morning whether he needs it or not, uses the kind of.soap and stuff to make him socially acceptable, and durned if it has .done a thing for him socially. He still gets startled looks! Maybe it's the only one the Old Goat has and he has to look at it (ugh) every morning when he shaves it. At any rate the Old Goat has wiped off;his list any product with obnoxious advertising, including that "younger generation" yack about a soft drink. Phooey! * * *.-•.•.- ,. SOME TIME back HM Old Goat was worrying about girl* in those long tight evening gowns without unmentionables because the bulges such as garters , would show. The Old Goat's attention was called anonymously to a clipping from Monday's female section which said as follows: "The garterless girdle in a long-leg style has a web elastic band around the inside of the leg. The leg is worn over the top of the hosiery holding it securely jn' place." 'That' answers that! However the y|sion of a dafifie with a long-leii)-gir- dle is enough,, to give.-,-,most 'men the whim" whanis. The • ; Old Goat was sure the girls had something figured out but now that he knoWs how it is he's not so sure he wartt- ed to know. So what else I* new in the female harness section? HERE'S A LITTLE gem of an idea for fixing that slump in the middle, or so it isjsaid: "Lie face down on the floor with arms stretched out in front of you resting on the floor and legs straight. Lilt arms, head, shoulders and legs as far off the floor as you can. Lower arms, head, shoulders and legs to the floor, do not bend the knees. Continue doing this slowly. With practice you will be able to raise your shoulders and legs farther up." The Old Goat gave it a try. His slump flowed to each side, and after one fee ble attempt he dismissed everything after "lie on the floor". * * * IN A STORY on how tht starlings were messing up the White House grounds it said the birds would leave if cff- key music were played. Seems the birds are sensitive to sounds. Now starlings are not, native to this country but were imported from England by a misguided bird lover and they take over perches in the cities and they are the reason for that "dirty bird" slogan of some time back. The Old Goat is certain if the Beatles and those other awful- sound makers played under the trees at the White House the starlings would go back to England. Don't knew which would be the worst—-the Beatles or the dirty birds. * * *•"" THERE'S ONE way to watch Ed Sullivan's burleque and the Old Goat stumbled on to it by accident Sunday. He had the sound turned off and a radio playing soft music waiting for something to show up on the idiot tubs he wanted to see and hear. First thing the Old Goat knew he was in the middle of Perry Mason an4 didn't get in on the kill. Taking a nap is a nice way to watch Ed's menagerie. * * * A DISTURBING new product on the market is this perfume for men pitched by a gal lying on a couch with a "sic 'em ti ger" closing line. Phooey! No girl was ever attracted by < man's perfume—to fact it waulc <jjive them away. A man i§ i pose to have no scent at all. according to the deodorant coin, PICNIC FOR SISTERS Twenty Sisters of the Presetir tation Order from St. Cecelia's and Garrigan and members of Court 283 enjoyed a picnic Monday, Sept. 19 at Call State park. Hikes were taken and followed with a potluck dinner. At 500 Sister Mary Deborah won'high and Sister Mary Ignatius low. Sister May Isdore won the lucky plate gift and Sister Mary Imelda the door prize. Mary Wiltger won the birthday gift. CDA members in charge were Joan Mertz and Laura Becker with the following ladies assisting: LaVonne Henry, Fern'Stan- ton, Ann Goacke, Mary Buscher, Mary Huh, Bonnie Esser, Eileen Muller, Helen Leigh, Luclla Wolf, Lorraine Higley, Nina Steinmar, Sylvia Hermann, Sheila Reding, Cecelia Dahlhauser, Ruth McMahon, Angeline Dearch, Dorothy Mergen, Adelaide Kohlhaas, Letha Van Allen, Marie Ewen, Mary Gink, Geneyieve Goecke, Lorena Frideres, Margaret Graet- tenger, Alice Thilges, Joyce Woods, Frances Dodds, Loretta Buscher,' 'Barbara^ Robinson, Des Molnes—Mrs. John Schutter, Algona, has been named state women's chairman of "low- ans for Miller," George Wilson campaign chairman for IT. S Senator Jack Miller (R-lowa), an nounced today. "lowans for Miller" is the state wide organization actively engaged in campaigning for the re-election of Senator Miller Wilson said. Betty Schutter is current!} president of the Sixth distric Council ,of Republican Women She is involved in civic and com munity affairs and has served as past president of the League of Women Voters. . A graduate of the State Uni versity of Iowa in speech patho logy, she is presently doing pri vate speech therapy work; The Schutters are active members o the Methodist church in Algona where she is a teacher in the Sunday School. Mrs. Schutter is married to a medical doctor engaged in gen oral practice in Algona. Loretta Poundstbnc, Patricia Gilbride, Elizabeth Platt. WELCOME TO THE V8TH ANNUAL Algona Band Festival FROM PENNEY'S . . . STOP IN & SEE US! ^NX^^^X^w^i^^, ft STORE HOURS Mon. • Thurs. — 9 to 5 p.m. Friday — 9 to 9 p.m. Saturday — 9 to 5 p.m. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SATURDAY IS THE FINAL DAY OF PENNEY'S BIRTHDAY PARTY this week only! 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