Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1966
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softening of the head. It's probably a good thing people ftive i certain day to ad tine things like that with the birUi- days and such other evenis as a sort of anti-climax, line people the Old Uoat iccis sorry ior are those with birthdays out Dec, 2o. I'fley get a bit snorted in hie receiving end. Maybe they're! entitled to a lian anu tiUiiiuug. THERE'S ONE ether >urdli to got ever bef ere the aemen et income tux time t*ket ev* er and that is the wheepttdo of New Year'* Eve< NOW THAT THE HO HO business is over with for another year people can get back to being their nasty little selves again. Funny the happy happy stuff only lasts so long, or maybe it's because the. workaday life is too exhausting for most people to get in with a little It IT difficult to fell the bty* frem ' ' ''' THI COMIOY "NOT WITH MY WIFE YOU DONT" HAYING AT f HI ALGONA OVIR NEW YIARS. Tikes the kink out of cleaning —Gives you Deep-Cleaning Power Pak System I • Cordaway smoothly reels out just as much cord as you need, retracts automatically • l'/t Peak h.p. fan jet motor with dual exhausts for greater cleaning efficiency • Toe switch, flip-topjid, Sanitized* treated disposable dust bag • Long Life nylon hose • Deluxe set of cleaning accessories at no extra cost WHISK-Handiest Hand Vac You Ever Used! • WHISK cleans and freshens all kinds of upholstery, gets at the dirt In the folds and on top of draperies. • WHISK helps you keep your car "showroom clean EUREKA Deluxe Automatic Upright Vacuum Cleaner 1995 49 95 • Adjustable 3-position handle • Lifetime lubricated motor • Special Sanitized* specially treated dis posabledustbag, ' dust bag cover • All metal construction Model 238 pie teem to think it It a flood idee to get aM unlimbered end get their meanneu over for i»66 before starting in on 1967, At a fellow gets eld it doesn't have the appeal « eeloDretion once had. sleepy- time comet at Its regular hour, and the memories of count- lass hungovers is enough to make a tallow went to lock the door, turn off the fights, and act like nobody's home so he can git up the next morning brigntoyed .and bushy-tailed to greet the new year. It's heck to get old. The Old Goat is not one to leap out of bed, beat his chest end roar at the dawn. In fact the Old Goat opens one eye cautiously, takes a dim view of the gray dawn, and is very reluctant to get up. That's after' a sober night yet! * * * THE WHITE BANK has a group of pigeons decorating the west side and it's not a sight for eyes either. Some people like pigeons, in. fact all our so- called feaithered friends. Much as the Old Goat detests poetiry maybe this little gem about that pigeon roost is appropriate: Pigeons are pretty in parks and pens, ' But Oh, those White Bank Denizens — Are accurate to a high degree, Why do they always pick on me? This was written in protest by an Algona woman who was decorated a couple of times as she sashayed past the roost. To paraphrase one other poet who had a thing about a rose, maybe this deal can be poetized by "A pigeon is a dirty bird, dirty bird, oirty bird." # # ' # MINI SKIRTS FOR MEN is the latest revolting development in England, supposed to be doudy end 'conservative. They look positively awful. However it might also foe observed the Scots were the original mini-skirt males, and there was a great worry among the faithful about what in the world they wore underneath the kilts. Frankly the Old Goat wouldn't be surprised if the males who wear the new mini skirts wear pink panties. It Would seem appropriate. Or maybe a girdle. . that kind ef farb whe earett :• - * '•#' * GARRY MOORI isn't going to be missed much, and it will be « relief from thje MHcall«d com edy of Kerby. Missed on tha ghwv is Carol Burnett. The Old Goat is getting weaned away from What's My Une by Atldy Williams who has an entertaining show as long as he doesn't try to hog the spotlight, the Old Goat can get up a mild hate at Susie Knickerbocker but nothing like his pet peeve of months ago, Dorothy Kilgallen The Candid Camera is spoiled by the antics of. Allen Funt who looks so pleased with himself as he catches people making fools of themselves. While he makes a pile of money getting people to laugh at them. It doesn't seem the decent thing to do. And the Old Goat felt a bit robbed on Christmas day because there was no football that day — not until Monday did the giants grunt. ' i . * eeaaeeeeeeeeee»eeeeeeeee Portland Mr*. Victor Pitch he parental ftaray c. Uwwi'r for the holidays. MtHlyn IMfitson, Denver, and Gary Coles, Jamestown, N. D., were weekend guest* at Harvey A pre-Chfistmas dinner Was held it Mandl HurlbuH's Sun day. Guests were the Keith Nel ions, EatherViUe; Alfred. Hurl Mitts, Blmore; Eldon Haasses, Dakota, and Mrs. Elmer Nelson. Mrs. Judy Davis, Cambridge, Tony Curtis amf George C; Scott star in "Not With My Wife, You Don't!" •§ • pair of Air Force buddies who eomptto in the air for glory and ori 1 tho ground lor all tho available women. In this scene from Hi* now Warner Bros, comedy In Tochni- color, which opens Saturday it the Algona Theatro, Curtis and Scott have just spotted a now prospect for possblo attention. Italian actreo Virna Lisi also stars in "Not With My Wife, You Don't!" Norman Panama produced and directed tho uny film. Read's Furniture AND Watson Interiors Algona •»»•»»»»••»»•»•»•••»•»»• Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven and Mr. and Mrs. P: W. Malrtkvw went to Ionia last Sunday where they visited the Jim Steven family; They visited Jim in the hospital at Hampton where he had undergone surgery. He was getting along fine and would soon be home. A baby, girl was born Tuesday morning, Dec. 20, at 6:30, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms, at the St. Ann hospital in Algona. She weighed 7 Ib. 4 oz., and has been named Paula Jean. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms of Titonka, maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms went to Algona Thursday afternoon and visited Mrs. Harold Harms and the new baby at the St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow of Lu Verne called at the P. W. Marlow home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms visited Mrs. Harms' mother, Mrs. Grace Gruis, at Buffalo Center Wednesday 'afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy, attended a Wood family Christmas dinner Christmas day in the Maurine Eischen home in Algona. Mr.'and /Mrsn Franki. Becker and family plan to attend 'the basketball tournament the 27th •eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee —Thursday • Friday ^ Complete Programs Begin.: 1:30 • 7:30 "Bellboy" 1:44 - 7:44 U "Visit to A Smiall Planet" 3:0i -9:01. ; ' Saturday Kiddie Matinee" .Complete Programs Begin: / 1:30 . "Wackiest Ship in the Army" 1:59; —Saturday Evening '•.• •OQmplete Programs Begin: ' 7:00 - 9:25 - 11:50 ; "Not with My Wife, You, Don't" 7:26 - 9:51 - 11:55 —Sunday — New Years Day Complete Programs Begin: • 1:00 -.3:25 - 5:45 - 7:44 : "Not with My Wife You Don't" 1:26- 3:46 - 5:45 - 8:10 —Monday Complete Programs Begin: 1:30 - 7:00 - 9:25 "Not with My Wife You Don't" 1:56 - 7:26 - 9:39 —Tuesday Complete Programs Begin: 7:00 ! - 9:25 "Not with My Wife You Don't" 7:26-9:39 —Wednesday 7:00-9:13 "Fantastic Voyage" 7:33 - 9:34 Swea Eagle Mrs., Kenneth Brone* »eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee» L30NA (!•*•) AOVANCt-4 TMUHSDAY, Of C. If, 1H4 fliiit VmWm lirw^UiNil iW|ivWI Sunday, Jan. Baptist church i, the „ will have THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmcrs and Funeral Directors —•— RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE —•— Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phon. 889^2796 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 886-1006 - 886-1001 — 886-1970 and 28th of December. Corwith- Lesley, Grand Community and Joone Valley of Renwick play- pg. Burt plays Corwith-Wesley Tuesday night, the 27th, and Boone Valley of Renwick will al- o play Grand Community. (hat night. Wednesday night the 28th the winners of these games will play. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms attended a-birthday party in the Loren Hansen home Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Hansen's birthday and also Neal's 6th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven and Mrs, ' Bernadine Opheim and famliy spent Christmas with the Jim Steven family at Ionia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenzel of Bancroft were recent dinner guests . in the Hugh Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams spent Christmas day in the Ben Bahling home west of Burt. The Becker families spent a belated Christmas in the Martin Becker home, Algona, Tuesday, Dec. 27., and also celebrated the birthdays of Rachael Schnakenberg and Evelyn Mawdsley. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert attended the Christmas eve party and oyster stew in the Albert Blake home at Burt. There was also a Christmas gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and family were Friday dinner guests in the Joseph Loebach Sr 'Honfe ofwMMre? Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter Christmas day in the Jim Schenck home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baum entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. C Schwiietert at a Christmas din ner in their home at Clear Lake Christmas day. PRE-NUPTIAL SHOWER Carmen Larson was given a bridal shower Dec. 17, at the social hall of Immanuel Lutheran church. Mrs. Eugene Schoff (Sandra Ewing), Fairmont, registered the guests. Mrs. Lee Davidson presided. Devotions were by Mrs. Lloyd Thorson. Marilyn 'eterson, Denver, Colo., sang a olo, and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson jave a reading. A song of Oar- nen's life was sung by iher sis- er Caryl. Petrea Thoreson and .Irs. Claude Johnson gave read- ngs. Daryl Larsen, Petrea Tho- eson, Heidi Thoreson and Julie jarsen assisted with gifts. Mrs. Don Feneima (Ruth Wallenittne), iolstein, poured. Hostesses were Mesdam.es/ Lloyd Thorson, Ormal Guinn, James Koons, Art Sracht, Walter Magnusen, Cecil Thoreson, Wallace Reynolds, jene Fagerlund, Pamela Pager- Lund, Harold Petersen, Eugene Schoff, Ralph Walker, Martin Dahl, V. E. Hazelhoff, Lee Davidson, Morris Johnson, Claude Johnson, Mancil Hurlburt, Milton Peterson, Ed Stewart and Wallace Dawson. Minn., was a guest Tuesday of parents, the Mandl hurts. the Merle Lockwoods were recent Sunday guests of her par ents, the Emil Bleckwenns, 'Penton; others there were Mrs. Lock wood's grandparents, Mrs. Sofie Bleckmann and the Ole Petersons. The Nels Godfredson family had a pre-Christmas dinner at Ben Wibben's, Algona. AH de«- cendants and families were present, including the Nels Godfred- sens, David Hankinses, Roger Foxes, Algona, the Cecil God- fredsons, Humboldt, Lieut. Collin Myers family, Virginia Beach, Ed Godfredsons and Marvin Johnsons. The Truman Johnsons visited the Gaylord Johnsons at Fenton recently. The Lieut. Collin Myers, Vir ginia Beach, Va., have 10 days to visit relatives ait, Fairmont, Swea City and Humboldt. The Maynard Hurlburts were guests recently of her parents, the Joe Fliers, Armstrong, for a pre-Ohristmas dinner. The Elmer Baileys and Bruce, and Lorimer Bjorklunds were recent guests at Marlin Paul's guest the Rev, Donald flfong ReV, Brong. is the State, Mission* ary and Camp Director tor the Iowa Association of Regular Baptist churches. in addition to delivering a message during the 10:45 a.m. morning worship service, he will also report on his work as state missionary and the association, as a whole. In 'he evening at the 7:30 service will report-on the camp an< show the .1966 camp pictures They will be colored movijng pictures, and anyone interested s invited to attend. Rev, Brong was also Pastor Hawkins' form er pastor. Mrs. Floyd Montgomery hac as coffee guests recently Mes dames $gber,t .Bejcell, Walter C Peterson, Barnes"Harner, Eh' An derson, James Montgomery, Al etha Ecklund. Mrs. Marie Wilson was a late coffee guest. Mrs. El mer Nelson was unable to at tend. Mrs. J. H. Montgomery and Mrs.'Ecklund were classmates. • Daryl and James Larson, St. Olaf college, Northfield, are at S ~ : ,Ml „ -Joseph H ; Kahtef, i the Alva A. Kahleri, Burt, was promoted^ private first class it the Pleiku, r carrib of the 4th sion,.Nov. 18, Pvt, icopter repairman, active duty in May and stationed at Ft. tiustU, is « 1962 graduate of high school in Bancroft? Mrs. Albert F. Lashier, , time resident of the Early munity, marked her cent* year on December 19 at aft house for relatives and fri« at Odebolt where she is now r siding. for the 6th birthday of. Steven. Shirley Sullivan came from Briar Cliff college for the holi- lays with her parents; the Francis Sullivans. It was recently inadvertently stated that Dick Johnson is em >loyed at Fairmont Furniture le is employed at Erickson Fur nature, Fairmont. Mrs. William Gies fell down ihe stairs a,t her home recently breaking a blood- vessel in her. ankle. She was taken to the lospital at Estherville, where surgery was performed to restore circulation. It is indefinite as to when she will be released from the hospital. Her room number is 334. Eagle Homemakers met with Mrs. Warren Brones for a Christmas party. They sent $5 to the Algonia school for the retarded: Homemake cookies were brought and three boxes were packed and delivered to senior citizens in Swea City. SQUARE DANCE The Promenaders will be dancing New Years Eve at the V. F. W. to Rex Posvar, Rosar lie, Ncbr. Dancing will be from 9 to 1 a.m. Favors for all danc crs at midnight and all square dancers and spectators are in vited. Cuts Prices 16% on the... "600" Automatic Water Softeners ee»e»»ee»e»e»ee»eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee»»eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee»»»e+»eee; NEWSBEAT REPORT -. HEAR KLQA NEWS PROBE INTO THE BACKGROUND AND CIRCUMSTANCES OF MAJOR EVENTS IN THE AREA. LIVE INTERVIEWS WITH LEADING CITIZENS OF THE AREA , ,. GIVINQ ENLIGHTENING VIEWS AND FACTS OF THE MAJOR TOPICS AND EVENTS OF THE DAY. TUESDAYS AT 4:05 1600 KG NOW ONLY $ 179 $6.50 monthly Was $214.95. Softens water with up to 50 grains-per-gallon hardness. The 12,500 grain resin tank handles up to 25,000 grains hardness daily, up to 175,000 grains hardness weekly. It also removes up to 8 parts-per-million clear-water iron. Preset the tinier to regenerate up to 14 times a week. A special setting provides a guest cycle for extra soft water when you have peak loads. The quiet, fully automatic 5-cycle operation includes a backwash, brine, slow rinse and fast rinse in just 60 minutes. CATALOG SALES Sears THURSDAY • FRIDAY, DEC. 29 - 30 ' HOLIDAY MATINEE AT i:3o P.M. EVENING PROGRAM BEGINS AT 7:30 P.M. JERRY LEWIS .AN INVITATION . TO ALL ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL . : • ON CHRISTMAS LEAVE — You are cordially invited to attend, in uniform, the evening, show Thursday;. Dee. 29, at 7:30 p.m., a* guest of the Algona Theatre, ('ts.manageijend staff, f > ', f ' f- J ,r-/« Saturday Doc. 31 Lucky SMF Gam* NEW YEARS EVE WHERE ITS ALL-FUN...ANDfON fOR ALL...AT THIS 115 East State Street ALGONA 295-3549 Vbiui Curtfc Usi Scott it \otwi fli my wife» A NORMAN PANAMA PRODUCTION CARROLL O'CONNOR GEORGE TYNE- EDDIE R?DER CONTINUOUS SHOWING NEW YEARS PAY HOLIDAY MATINEE MONDAY, JAN. 3 — 1:30 P-M, ' ENDS TUESDAY, JAN. 3 t STARTS WEDNESDAY, JAN 4 'FANTASTIC VOYAOE"

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