Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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irt given on conditions atSentral Left* Rack — tetter by Melvin WITH TWO WEEKS yet to go the Old Goat 5,s thoroughly fed up with the politcial pitches on television. Particularly irking is the one on Minnesota stations having Botoby Kennedy give a pitch for the local candidate. That takes first prize for being unconvincing. What Bobby, as the' gont from Massachusets and senator from New York knows about Minnesota needs can't be very much. In fact the whole thing tarnishes Bobby's image. The Old Goat is getting a bit tired too of the news shots of demonstrations from all over the world against this and that. This world is in a mess, there's no doubt, but ferhevvnssakes! •• •• *» ANYWAY THE OLD GOAT is unhappy cs usual every election. In the first place there are friends running against each other all over the ballot. Unfortunately a fellow just can't vote "maybe". It must be a thumbs down on some candidate and the Old Goat wishes he could vote for both. And in some instances, by golly, the Old Goat has refused to choose—being a coward, no doubt, about it—and passed up that office. The Old Goat, having been on the hot seat—a winner and a loser— feels for all of thorn. ALL THIS FUROR over the short skirt is amazing. After the darlings haunted the streets all summer in shorts—now the purists want the knees covered! It just doasn't make sense to complain. To those raised in the bloomer clays it might be a bit exhilerating but the modern gen oration is well aware of knees. And really now, the skirts, even short, are a welcome change from those gosh-awful tigM pants the girls wore in the hoi months and don for after school .now. The Old. Goat, is getting along—but by golly not so far as to be a blue nose complainer about things that won't change anyway until the girls decide to let the hems go down. «• •• «ut SEEMS A COUPLE'of movie dames last week at an *v*nt tried to out-do each other in nudity and came durned clot*, 90 percent in fact it was reported of one girl in the all- together. In fact th* s**through material for on* outfit was so tight the dam* had to be hoisted onto the stage—sh* couldn't climb a stairs! One* upon a time when th* circuses came to town they had fid* shows for the freaks. That's a comment! Well the girls got their names and pictures in the papers which was th* main idea. They kept their heads covered, a good idea, because something might get in them no doubt. re- The following „ Anderson, re< giomal consultant, was received by Supt. D. G.'Keopptel. "I'm pleased to report oro the visit mids to the schools of the Seritral district by A. M. QUin tard and, me Sept. 22. The visit with you and other staff mem- bars together with the tour of till centers aifforded us a good opportunity to appraise the work and progress of the school system. Some of the changes or im- rovements which have taken place since our last visit which are worth of recognition include: 1. A guidance counselor was added to the staff full time this year. 8. Art was introduced into the curriculum and displays in the halls provided evidence of work 3. Industrial arts program was further strengthened by the addition of auto mechanics as -an offering in the 12th grade. New combination drawing and art tables under construction last year were finished and in use. 4. The replacement of 'old style commercial tables with the new combination type was completed. 5. A separate remedial room was developed at Lone Rock and the 5th grade room improved. 6. Usual summer painting and clean up program took place. Observations made which suggested areas where attention should be directed. 1. the proposal for a high school addition which will include a new shop, and a classroom and the present shop facility converted to an instrumental and vocal room is very defensible. The present vocal room would provide an addi tional all-purpose classroom. 2 lighting in the elementary rooms. 3. we are hopeful that you will bs able to add a new roof to the high school building In general we were pleased." Mrs. Bichafd Lifidvalt; were guest* at Curtis OlSon's Sunday, for tM birthday of Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Teglafld. The Art; Alexandera, Aleonaj Denis Stiicki, St. Cloud, Minn., and Linda Ramus, Albert Lsa, Minn,, were guests at Leo Ea- mits's Sunday, Sttpt 'b, G. Keoppel of Sentral and Lyic STielton, LuVertte,. attended the Iowa School Masters meeting Thursday in Des Moittea; Most of the material handled a,t the meetings were , discussions for proposals for legislation Shower given Saturday for .•»», . .* . Jane Mitchell Burt — A linen shower for Jane Mitchell was held Oct. 22 at Mrs. Elsie Winter's. Co-hostesses were Shirley Clark anc Jean Lockwood. Mrs. Donald Mitchell poured. Guests were girl friends, neighbors afld ives. 6ut Of town gtgst* Mrs*. L. C. Williams Ifta Kenneth Williams, welcome, Mitih.s Mrs; Nofmah Mitchell jnd Rorida, Des Moines} MIHam Kalis, of Iowa City; Mrs, Artidld dlark and daughters, S$«eer the program consisted of games and musical titimbers, Jennifer «id Hochelle Clark saflg. SWHey Slark sang her own domposttton. Jane Mitchell will mawy Ndrtin &oyd bee, 18 at the Burt Meth- adist church/ She is a junioi' at the university and he IS tak .ttg post graduate work in psy chology, City. They Will live in tbwa OPERETTA IS DATED The BUrt school vocal music department, under direction of Mrs. Erna Grover, is preparing fcq present ''Ruddigore," or "The Witches Curse" by Gilbert and Sullivan. This is one Of the less konwn operettas, .but iteveuthe 1 less contains some of the basil music written by Sullivan, and the humor of the lyrics is as charming as in "H. M. S. Pina fore." Some of the leading ,rolei are by Patty Sheirbon, Norma larms, Lifkia Secket, low,' Howard fcatt ,tr., John Fries, Clint Patterson, a^nd Jim Ruhnke, with several minor rolls, and ! a horns of 40 voicea. The will bs given on thfe fiuf t school stage Nov. 4 at 8: 15 p.m. WINS HONOR AWARD Lucille, 16, daughter of the Cecil Andersons, Elmore, received the "God'ttortie-Country" award Sunday at Shiloh Luther^ art church. The award is given on the basis of faithfulness and usefulness of the church arid for commendable- work in 4-H'. She Was a member of 4-H dub in Lakota seven years. A dinner was served at the Cecil Anderson home for 25 guests includ ing the F. C. Soderbergs. Mrs Anderson is a niece of Mr. Soderberg and is a former grade teacher at Burt school The past three years she has taught kin dergarten and vocal music at Rake. BAND MOTHERS MEET Band Mothers, club m,et Thurs day at the school house. Hastes se were Arlene Chaf ee, Pat Kohl *alil ffc{>6 presented && fro, DarteM Miller* Carol Sill and Cynthia goderbirg. The club Voted to buy A hew baritone horn, and repair some itottiiinisinfcl The club Will sell 200 zip code woks soon. The Milfred Smiths were hosts Oct. 23 at a dinner for the birthday of Dale Lockwood. Guests were Mrs. Elsie Winter and the Lockwoods. Fortnightly club will meet' oh Oct. 28 with Mrs. Ruth German in .Algona. The F. C. Soderbergs , . ed the funeral of Mrs. Frank Wesenberg, 90, Saturday at the Morgan Methodist church in Dows.. The Bruce Cranstons visited Sunday in Alta with her folks. The F. L. Ryersons, J. L. Millers, Mrs. Elsie Winter, the Ray McWhorters and Mrs. Frank Becker attended the funeral of Mrs. Mattie McWhorter Monday at the.Presbyterian church in Al gona. The National Day of Prayer Servica will be at Good Hope church at 2 p.m. Friday for both Sunday mstitedtets IR tfati ^ : ttbuted to a special offering tof * * he relief of disaster victims in Jelttoond, as requested b> Bishop haas, Alice Fraser and Mary Sill.Burt and G'00.:l Hope msmibars. ANNOUNCING Opening of GEORGIA'S 9 A.M. .— 11 A.M. (FORMERLY DOLL MOUSE) November 8th SERVING FREE COOKIES & COFFEE 2 P.M, — 4 Fran & Georgia Fitzgerald CLASS PLAY NOV. 4-5 All in the Family, a comedy play will be given at the S< tral auditorium by the junior class, Nov. 4-5 at 8:00 p.m. Tic kets are now on sale by juniors at 75c and 50c for children. Tickets purchased from a class member before performance will be good for either Friday'or Sat- Taking main parts are Eldridge, Robert Krause, and Susan Blanchard. FAREWELL PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tigges, Rock, were given a farewell party by neighbors and riends Sunday evening. The Tiggeses are.moving Nov. 1 to farm in the Cylinder area. Present for the evening were he Clinton Raths, Robert Heif- lers, Fred Ericksons, Robert Kaunas, Bill Kadings, Everett Liockwoods. They brought refreshments and a gift of monr ey. They played cards. THE OLD GOAT gave a prieve to the Garry Moore show after Sunday's show. Kerby anc Vernon were kept out of mos of it and there was some good dancing which featured girls in stead of men for the most part And Moore didn't horn in ex cessively as he ^ did on earlier shows. Maybe he got the Old Goat's message! •f* *t» V i DIRTY TRICK OF THE century was pulled on a pharmacist recently. Another pill-counter got a girl in the store to call up the other guy and ask him pretty pointed questions about a prescription. Seems it was for the "pill". The bug-eyed dupe was told he had written the directions that the husband was supposed "to take them and he had revolted and she wanted the pharmacist to come right down and tell her husband himself. Also was it a level rteaspoonful or a heaping teaspoonful of pills he was supposed to take? All the poor guy could do was with visions of la>wsuits bouncing in his noggin. When she gigigted and he heard a jniP JtHghjpg in, the background he caught on — and voiced a few choice words about things and stuff. SENECA NEWS Mrs. Martha Kennedy had the Jolly Jokers at Armstrong Thturfr diay. Present were lire. Lylg England, Mrs. Ce$l B Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Kractat, Mrs. Jerry Jen?, Mrf Hoy Klein and Mrs. Otis E»g Uuid, lUngsted The August . visited their daughter, Mrs, ty MfcilJ, St. DATE CONFERENCE Parent-Te a c h e r conferences will be held at Sentral Monday, Nov. 7. School will not be in session. Conference schedules will be sent home with students. Fifteen minutes are allowed for each conference. These conferences are important for the school to do the best job. UPW of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will pack boxes of goodies to be sent to service men for the holiday season. Lone Rock Presbyterian church was to have its annual Corn Drive. Joe Culbertson is chairman. The Good News Quartet will give a concert at the Lone Rook 'resbyterian church Tuesday, lov. 1, at 7:30 p.m. A free will offerng will be received. John Newbrough, former Lone Rock resident, had surgery Wednesday in Phoenix, Ariz., where ie has made his home for several years. His surgery was for a disc, and he is in the Good S; maiitan hospital in Phoenix. His parents, the A. D. Newbroughs, live in rural Lone Rock. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Marilyn Bollinger attended a teachers convention in Des Moines Thursday and Friday. They accompanied Ringsted teachers. 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