Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1965
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4-AL6QNA (laws) ADVANei THURSDAY, JAN. 7, NOW THAT the Now Year's silly habit of making resolutions is in the past it is probably safe to print a list of resolutions demanded by a silly wife in Los Angeles from her husband. Only the strong should read this following list: "1—No drinking. "2—Hand over to me every cent you earn. "3—No stopping anywhere after work. "4—You are not to see your Sister under any circumstances. "5—You are never to go oul of your way to do favors for people, taking them here and there. "6—If we should happen to get company it is not necessary to make a trip to buy beer. "7—You are to do what I ask you to do when I ask you. '8—You are not to set foot in any bar even treated to a drink. if you are "9—Do not lend anyone money even if it's just $2. "10—You are to let me cash your check or if you cash it I am to see it first. "11—You are never to tell me any lies, if you should I will find out. "12—-You are not to do any bragging of any kind to anybody. "13—If there is any business you have to take care of, you are to do it early and come straight home early. "14—If you have to get a haircut you are to set one early and not at night like you said before and it shouldn't take all day. "15—You are to be on time al- wavs." The note concluded: "All Bancroft couple married Barbara J. Lampe, daughter Advonce - Glenn's Photo-Engraving of the Gene J. Lampes, and Ken neth Smith, son of the Chester Smiths, were married Dec. 26 at 8:30 a.m. at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Rev. Maurice Krause officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by three sisters, Karen, maid of honor, Virginia, bridesmaid, and Debra, flower girl. Ringbearer was Jeffrey Sankey, Algona, nephew of the groom. Duane Diers was the best man, and Dennis J. Lampe, was groomsman. Thomas Lampe, Rockford, 111., and Robert Smith, Des Moines, were ushers. Acolytes were Terry Jensen, Timothy Hauptman, Stephen Stork, Anthony Snyder. Music was by the Sisters of St. Francis and the high school choir. A reception was held at 2 o'clock in the Legion club rooms. Mary Jane Lampe, Gloria Lampe, and Marie Diers had the guest book. Punch was served by Patty and Betty Lampe. Mrs. Doris Kemna poured coffee; Ethel Steven and Jeanne Smith cut the cake. Host and hostess were the Gene Lampes. Waitresses were Mesdames Ed Vaske, John Brink, Fernanda Von Bank, Pete Schiltz, Ambrose Lynch, and Alphonse Lensing. Sharon Brown, Rose Creek, Minn., and Mary Jane Lampe, St. Paul, Minn, were in charge of gifts. Out of town guests were from Marshalltown, Wesley, Algona, Ionia, Hubbard, Burt, Buffalo Center, and Rose Creek, Minn. The couple will live in Arlington, Va. Photo by Glenn's Studio T Darlene Logemann Ledyard queen Darlene Logemann was crown- A ------ ,1 , ., ed Homecoming Queen at the re- demand (under- cent homecoming events held at s ° f y ° a "'e Ledyard school, Darlene, the u , , , . f 1S "2 . agr ,? e ^ ble to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- you v forget everything." The Old vin Logemahn, was selected by the entire high school student body. Her attendants were Monica Munyer, Judy Berc, Carolyn Johnson, Eugenia Klocke and Marlene Johnson. Darlene was crowned by the past reigning queen, Marsha Orvick. The festivities closed with a homecoming dance which was held in the high school study hall with a large attend ance - ' ,V; I "S 1; Goat is happy to report the fellow did what any red-blooded young American boy would do— told her where she could go. The only instruction he accepted was the last one—"Forget everything." JUDGING FROM the commercials this certainly is a nation of first class stinkers. You gotta have a secret, be safe, take no chances and all that malarky. It's amazing how people will admit they would smell if it weren't for the product. Why don't they lust take a bath occasionally? COMMENTS AFTER too much TV .viewing over the holidays- The comic advertised as making 50' million people laugh. Taint so—maybe 49,999,999, but not the 50. . .Why is \ it trumpet players think they are singers? 5Vn<J make the horn squeal like » 4 banshee of a lost cat's tortured soul? . , . Fred Astaire never could sing—but he can dance like a male. He's been at it over 40 years ... but gave good entertainment without problems, a pleasure to watch , . . and his female dancers wore dresses instead of trying to ape a man in pants. THERE SHOULD be some kind of a substitute field deal for rainy football weather. The fast-West Shrine game is , «n example of frustration of everyone concerned, *pecta- tprt, players, viewers and entertainers. The problem of , cevrse is the spectators who buy tickets for a game in San Frtitfifco, net some other ple*t, and would take a dim view of the game being mov- td, yoWrf.f-EEE! The Old Goat's pet peeve, Potty Killgallon, got 9 blasting in the TV Sunday program sheet. The only trouble tte guy blasted everyone else too which took the edge off. He sounded Wke he'd had too many radishes and his stomach hurt, it seemed for a minute .„_,., and her husband Martin were going to have a squabble. It Blight have been a better show to listen to that pair after the program. SEAMAN AWARD — Seaman received the armed forces _ peditionary Medal while serving -*--— J "-- wtisttbmt'm air- USS Kfarftgrgf io ihi" South China Sea. Lakota couple honored on 40th wedding Lakota — A family gathering honoring, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson - ; of, ;LaJc6ta ;on ,toe^ 40th, wedding '• (anniversary r 'was held at Ledyard at the Methodist church on Jan. 1. All of their children and their families were present except a son, Glen, of Riverside, Calif. The other children are Mrs. George (Irene) Wempen of Buffalo Center, Everett of Ledyard, Raymond of Waterloo, Howard of Bancroft, Mrs, Melvin (Ruth) Harringa of Buffalo Center, Mrs. John (Dorothy) .Vodraska of Spencer, Eldon of Fairmont, Mrs. David (Janice) Winter, Larry and Roger of Lakota, and Mrs. Marion (Sharon) Burt of Swea City. Brothers and sisters of the couple attending were Mr. and Mrs. George Steinberg of Buffalo Center who were the attendants at their wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rippentrop of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steele and Rena, Aita Johnson, and Mrs. George Baumann of Lakota. Many nieces and nephews were glso present with about 70 attending. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Thompson's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steele, of Bloomington, ill., called them that evening. The couple was married on Jan. 1, 1925 in the Methodist parsonage at Buffalo Center by the Rev. Figge. They have farmed in the Buffalo Center and Lakota area all their married life. AIBDALES — "Shady Lady of Sparta", owned by Mrs. Don Uptoa of Mt a Utter of puppies in November. bad AJCC «k«4«ie HOME FIRE The Floyd Dickerson family of Oskaloosa lost their home and contents in a fire in December. Oskaloosa fire department fought the blaze in 9 below zero temperature. '• . , .<,,. Pat Green, of Burf, nurses aide here at Good Samaritan home, brought her sisters here one day last week to meet the residents. They were Mrs Gary Pringle, of Council Bluffs and Mrs Ray Devine, of Burt. Mrs Pringle had come to spend the holidays at the parental home in Burt, Richard Slobe was home from ,lhe university at Ames to spend .the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe. Christmas Mr and Mrs James Daniels, of Kanawha, had Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe and Richard, and Mr and Mrs John Daniels of Corwith as guests. New Year's Mr and Mrs James Daniels and family and Richard were guests jof the Slobes. ' Mrs William C. Dau has returned from Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital where she was under treatment for stomach ulcer and had a series of x-rays. I She will return there the 10th for a check-up and if she. shows considerable improvement, she and Mr Dau will leave for the Keys, Fla., where they have a trailer house and will remain there for the rest of the winter. Mr and Mrs Gale Stockwall spent the Christmas weekend at Sioux City with their daughter Mrs Eileen Tillman, Julie Jo and Billy. Kathy Rosensteil, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Rosensteil, was four years old Jan. 3 and her birthday was observed by the family with Mrs Polly Ros- ensteil, her grandmother, as guest. Ice cream and birthday cake was served. She has a brother and sister Dannie and Lori. Mrs Amy Johnson had as callers Sunday her grandsons Dennis and Kenneth Ellman, of Lakota. Dennis left Sunday for 8 weeks of basic naval training after which he will be home for a brief leave and then will be gone a year. Mr and Mrs William Geering spent Christmas at Spencer with their son-in-law and daughter Rev and Mrs Everett Black. The Blacks took their daughter Mary Ann back to Bethel College, Minneapolis, Minn., after her holiday vacation. ' Mr and Mrs Robert Black had as New Year's ' guests Mr and Mrs Wm. Geering, Rev and Mrs Everett Black and family, of Spencer, and Rockford, 111. Ruth Black, of Mr and Mrs Ollle Nasby took their son-iivlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Herbert Panko to Tyler, Minn., after their holidays visit here. Both are teaching at Tyler. Mr and Mrs W. L, Snodgress had as New Year's guests the latter's sister and husband Mr and Mrs Merlin Young, of Pla- insficld. Mrs O. B. Laing has had word that her sister, Mrs Ethel Kaup, of Wichita, Kans., recently fell in her home and suffered a broken leg. It also Involved 'the knoe. A sister Mrs Edna Ginri of CHino Valley, Ariz., has been with her and a daughter who teaches at Colorado. She is making satisfactory recovery. Mr and Mrs John Romerwere visited Saturday by Mr and 'Mrs Leonard Beck, of Dickens. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg returned Monday from a trip since before Christmas to Monrovia; Calif., where they, visited with Ed's brother Albert and .wife. They joined Al vin Hagg at Maryville, Mp., where he attends the college. They also went to Phoenix, Ariz, to see Mrs Charles Livingston, former Algerian. Mrs Chester Schoby and Mrs Don Cash spent ' Monday, at Spencer with their aunt Mrs Clifford Bowman. Mrs Mary Seller ip*n» ChrUt- rfias with her daughter-in-law Mrs Elizabeth Setter and other relatives and New Year's with her grandson Hettry Seilef and family. Mr and Mrs A' M. Oolntard spent Christmas at Storm Lake with Mr and Mrs P. Medhurst Mr and Mrs Glenn Share were visited over the holidays by the|r son Clifford and family, of Wilmington, 111, and daughter and son-in-law Mr and Mrs John De Blauwe,. of Cedar Falls. Mrs De Blauwe teaches at Waterloo and her husband assists his father Henry De Blauwe in the Hawkeye studio. Mr and Mrs Tony Sthmitt were visited Christmas by their sort Kevin, of Des Moines, and their daughter and husband Ml 1 and Mrs Robert Kratt, of Davenport. New Year's the group were at Waterloo with another daughter and husband Mr and Mrs Lee Matera. Dr and Mrs John Schutter and family have returned from a two weeks vacation at Clearwd- ter, Fla., with Mr and Mrs Fred Rugen. parents of Mrs Schutter. | They got home Saturday arid left before Christmas. Mr and Mrs Don Sfogren and family spent the holidays at Pomeroy with the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson and Mr and Mrs .Curt Johnson, brother and sister-in-iayv. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry have been .on the sick list and have had their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Roy Berrie here. The Berries have a marina at McGregor where they live in the summer and in winter live at Dubuque. Mr and Mrs Barry are now recovered. , Mrs J. P. Smith is making an extended visit at Paullina with her soti-in-iaw and daughter MfDr and Mrs Robert Lee Sttd fam i.AjJ iltf^._'4J^ *4V 1?* iE * i i it •• i i - ,• * •, ' • j uy, former residents here.. • *>••. k>vsi« «**, Jt* vr ttifL* lie* v and Mrs M. w. Ktiuth, Mn H. W. Stsbrltt i* at fleck Palls, til,, with her son-in-law find daughter Mr and Mrs Richard Wilhelmi, to whom a daughter Tracy Dean Was born Dec. 22. Other children.in the fam- i\y are Joe and Kelley. Holiday guests 6f Mf and Me* Adrian Sterling were their son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Tom Lundell, Sterling and Mary Beth, of Ankerty. David Passmore, a studdnt at Iowa City, was also home to be with his grandparents and mother Mrs Helen Passmore. . Mr* Harvey Steven is hospitalized at St. Ann for treatment of arthritis. She was taken there 6bout a week ago. Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman Mr and Mr* Glenn Itriyer have been at Mason City wflere Glenn had x-rays and examination at Park hospital fhey will return there Friday tot further tests and x-rays. Mr and Mrs Glenn Strayar were at Rertwick Sunday to see William Centner, who was recently dismissed from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, they have had Word from Sam Centner that he recently fell on ice but fortunately suffered only minor injuries. Mr and Mrs Les Foxnoven became parents of a son Jan, 5 who weighed 7 lb. 4 oz. fie lias been named Craig Steven. 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