•••••••••••••••••••••••ft Kottuth THURSDAY, JAN, 14, 196$ - ALGONA, IOWA SO LIZ TAYLOR is giving Up her United States citizenship and becoming a Britisher. The Old Goat couldn't care less. Liz is not what the Old Goat would consider a perfect example of what a woman should be, and while the Old Goat is perfectly aware his opinion isn't worth much on anything, still, being a free American citizen he is entitled to it whether it's right or not. However it is sure thing that one of these days Liz will want to get back her U. S. citizenship and the Old Goat would be in: favor of telling her. where to go—to England, that is, of course. IS THERE A SILLY female in D«s Mointi putting th« ••peek-en fellows down there? Seme weeks ago one put • classified personal advertisement in the paper that depends on Iowa in which she was grateful to a fellow named George. Now on Sunday a personal in the same sheet •aid: "Dear Carl, I love you because? Still your honey." That's all it said—no signature. And that question mark it a little lulu leading to all kinds of speculation, bad and good! The very fact it was inserted in the personal column indicates a bit of hanky panky. Now fellows named Carl can join with fellows named George in self-defense. However no matter how innocent they are their wives will be a bit suspicious and the guys better walk the straight and narrow. Anyway — the Old Goat suspects some woman with a lousy sense of humor is doing the ad writing. Phoooy to. her.' ,. • v )•'•. •;.-•• •• . PAYING $400,000 as a bonus New officers for Burt club are installed Burt — Mariners Club met Jan. 10 at the Presbyterian church for a postponed meeting. Devotions were by Leonard and Marlene Stcnzel. The program was installation of new officers with a picture, The 23 Psalm, by Harold and Viola Becker and Frank and Virginia Becker. The surprise number was by Duane and Robert and Maxine Angus. Officers installed were: Skippers, the John Millers; 1st Mates, the Robt. Anguses; log keepers, the Leonard Stenzels; pursers the Russell Pattersons; Dr. and Nurse, the Harold Beckers; look outs, the Roscoe Mawdsleys Jr.; Chaplains, Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Calbreath. The club will have an all day work meeting with pot luck at noon Jan. 26. A translated letter was received from the orphan Korean boy the club adopted. He is 11 years old. WED 20 YEARS A group of 35 visited the George Beckers for their 20th wedding Jan. 10 at Roscoe Mawdsley'c Jr. Mrs. Mawdsley baked and decorated a 4-tiered anniversary cake. A pink rose corsage was given to Mrs. Becker and a white carnation boutonniere to Mr. Becker. The group also presented a gift to them. Colored pictures were taken and all took part in a musical program. FAMILY NIGHT Family fellowship night will be observed at Burt Methodist church, Jan. 17 starting with a 6:30 pot luck supper followed by a program. A film, And on the Eighth Day, will be shown. This is sponsored by the Hazel Circle. Mrs. Leonard Stenzel taught school Monday for Mrs. Dangelser. Mrs. Wayne Dugan is teaching 3rd grade for Mrs. Don Tietz. Albert Manus, .Milwaukee, tiutlch led devotion* and Mrs. i jyndoti Ketbef the L.W.M.L. opic. Rev. Kautsch announced Rev. Clifford Bliss, Climbing, till, had accepted the call to serve St. Luke's church at Fair- villc. Committees were named, for the preparation of the new pastors arrival. Guests were Mrs. Robert Grethetif Mrs. Truman Thompson, Mrs. Martin Bcrkland and Mrs. Art'Bcrkland. Hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd Berklancl and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt. Mrs. Jessie Newel, T. B. Christmas Seal chairman for Fenton, reports $132.91 collect ed for the 1964 campaign. Fen ton's suggested quota is $132.25 So it was reached in 1964, which Was an improvement over 1963 as the quota that year was not made. The Kenneth Halversons were Friday guests of the Mclvin Bratruds, Ringsted. Mrs. Laurnetta Miller and the Fred Kroughs, Swea City, went Shower for Joan Becker is held here Irvingtori — A bridal shower for Joan Becker was held at St. Cecelia hall, Algona, Sunday with 180 guests. Five hundred was playca. The bride to be and attendants, Jean Becker, a twin sister, and Mrs. Bill Ludwig, opened the gilts. Prizes went to Mrs. Edna Kcding, Mrs. Matt Weydcrt and Mrs. Clarence Sic- mer. Marion Becker had the gilt book, and Dianne Becker and Bcrnadcltc Hilbcrt had the guest book. Rids Saturday lor Swta Oily man, 37 Funeral services for Louis Navratil, 37, of vSwea City, were held Saturday with burial at Mason City. He was found dead last Thursday morning in his home at Swca City. Mr. Navratil was a representative of the Decker Packing Co. of Mason City and formerly lived there. Death was due to natural causes. Me was born in 1927 and is survived by his wife and two children. tt&M > 15 , 'n*f< ' •.- <?i | 'if?'* fc* FATHER IS DEAD Herbert lloscnau and the Kenneth Honeys attended the iun- cral for the former s lather, Alto Hollywood, Calif., to visit the bert Rosenau, D9, at the Hresby- •James Krougs. The Kroughs will' tenan churcn, Lakota, at 1:30 return in two weeks and Mrs. p.m. Wccinesaay. Tlie older Mr. Miller will remain with her lloscnau lell at his farm home daughter, for the winter. near Lakota New Years Eve. '•• Lt. and Mrs. Ronald Morten-1 The bone in his upper right leg s'en and Carolyn Ann and Danny j was cracked, just oelow where Householder, Omaha, spent the , he had suuerecl a broken hip weekend with the Fred Morten-j a few years ago. The Bul'ialo sens. Danny remained for the i Center Hospital was tilled and week. , i he was laKen to the Park hospi- The Richard Stuckis and ' tal at Mason City, where he died Wayne Stoeber were Monday j Jan. 9. He woukl have reached Fenton girl is married at Bancroft Seneca — Lola Meyer, daugh- cr of the Frank Meyers, Fen- .on, and Arthur P. Sousa, St. :*aul, were married Jan. 2 at Titonka — Joan M. Dietrich, daughter of the Arthur Dietrichs, Titonka, and Carl H. Noelting, son of Mrs. Harry Rey- sach, Hampton, and the late Lawrence Noelting, were married Dec. 19. Rev. A. F. Gerstmann presided at the Good Hope Lutheran church. Maid of honor was Mrs. James Kilton and Mrs. Robert Walters was bridesmaid. Both are from Omaha. James Hurley was best man and attendant was Robert Wai girl married Fenton hears missionary to head hunters Fenton — Frank Drown, a native of Curlew and missionary to the head-hunting Indians of guests at Raymond Stoeber's. The Norman Bellingers were Thursday .guests of the Arnold Hantelmans for Renee's birthday. Recently the Art Rusches, Mrs. Herman Hintz and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer were guests of-Mrs. 100 next May 19. Mr. Rosenau lived with two sons, Alvm and Lloyd, 'mere is also a daughter, Mrs. Millard Gee, Imogenc. Mrs. hosenau died in \\io2. Harold Sabin, who was kicked by a cow last week Friday while Frank Schuller at Ayrshire. All he was putting the milkers on, visited with Mrs. E. D. Kruse at was laid up lor a few days witn Royal. an injured knee. Kennetn Stray. The Frank McFalls were Sun- er helped with the chores. day guests of the Wendell Alice Patterson, employed in Rusches. Thursday the Richard Stuckis were guests of the Thomas Cog- da 11s in Algona. Mrs.. Florence Saxton and Marquis Saxton have purchased the were murdered weie iiiurucrcu, ana auenaam was nuuen wai- SDokp to two sroUDS s n the Fenters, both of Omaha., Robert ' £?*£ VecenUv Saturday -he the medical records department, Mercy hospital, Des Moincs, recently spent some time with her parents, the Verl Pattersons. Monday and Tuesday evening guests at Durwood Walker's tor the bride, was best mart andftn< other brother, Le 'Roy Wai groomsman. Ushers were Ken'' neth Heldoffer and John Geil< zcnauer. An afternoon reception was held at the Legion hall at Lone Rock for 250. Following a wed* ding trip the couple will live at 1919 Old Hudson Road, St Paul, Minn. The bride graduated from St. John's high school, Bancroft, and Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, and is employed as a medical technologist at, St. John's hospital in St. Paul. lie is a graduate of West high school in Manchester, New Hampshire, at Durham. He served with the air force in Alaska and is now an accountant at Minnesota Wood .Specialties, St. Paul Park, Minn. Nancy Fischer, attending the university at Iowa City, spent the weekend with her sister, and Mrs. Delmar Fischer is exr peeling to visit there this weekend. • The Mcnzcs have named their identical twins Bradley James St. John's Catholic church at and Brett Jason. Grandparents Bancroft. Mr. Sousa is the son of, are the Delmar Fischers and the Mrs. Joseph Sousa, Manchester, New Hampshire. The double ing mcremony was by the Rt. ilev. Msgr. J. H. Schultcs. Kathleen Mercer, Omaha, and Frances Elsbecker, Fairmont, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. Richard Meyer, brother of Clarence Mcnzes. The first crude attempts at bookmalung were made by writing on long sheets of papyrus wnich were rolled up from each end into sticks to aid the reader. . . VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON and 40c will admit one (including rental if needed) SUNDAY, JAN. 17 STAR ROLLER RINK LeRoy Lau, Owner .Phone collect for Parties • 295-2166 house in Fenton formerly occu- j meir oldest son Kevin's 5th bir pied by Mrs. Theodore Mueller. J tliday, were the Mike Sellers, Lemon and Joseph Gresko, both Dietrich ' to sign a like a'hecfc Probably it isn't football player seems i Wis^pent ^several ^aays^ dyiring k "of- alldV'or money, the Tiolidays with his .mother; . money much .worse than the money paid the Beatles and other caterwauling groups. At least this guy doesn't try to sing or moan or whatever it is the Beatles and their ilk do. However it's a bit discouraging for the average young fellow to see that kind of money thrown around when the best he can Mrs. Emma Manus. Katherine Manus, Washington, D. C., is home and reports her mother is much better. Goodwill Industries of Sioux City needs old clothing, toys and shoes for their handicapped workers. They operate on the principle that the handicapped person does not want charity, Emerson were ushers. Soloist was Kay Brainard, Muscatine, accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Leeck, Woden. A reception was held in the church with the 'John Welhou- sens hosts. At the guest book was Carol.Ann Swan.-'>V " i Mrs. .Duane Klink. and ..Mrs. Elmer Noelting poured punch. At the service table were Mrs. Howard Hansen and Mrs. Arnold Hartgrave. are 32nd street, Omaha. Mr. Noel- do is get enough for his beans but a chance to work his way and coffee for hard work every 1 ba . ck to a J°b in private indus- 'tries. Take material to the Burt Methodist parsonage garage. When there are enough filled bags a truck will pick them up. Lions Club will meet Jan. 18 at the Legion hall with a 6:30 dinner served by the Auxiliary committee of Celia Scott, Dorothy Becker, Genaveve Spry and Mary Nelson. Albert Volentine will leave you're so alone brother!? day. And as far as the Old Goat is concerned there were 10 other players making this guy look good. How far would behave gotten if the ten had said good—go it The Alger books of the Old Goat's youth never had anything like this in their onward and upward struggles. ONE ONASSIS and his girl friend of the moment, Molina Mocouri, had themselves a ball breaking dishet and tearing up a cafo in Italy according to the paper, Seems, they thought it'd bo fun to threw ' dithos on the dance floor and generally making like yicks. So they did, And the. rich : Onatsis forked up tome $700 to pay for the frolic. He's get plenty of moolah, a tycoon en the No. 1 li«t of such biggie*, friend of big-shott because of hit money, The Old Coat may be a spoil sport and jealous and all of that, but to the Old Goat he's a jerk if he keeps up that kind of funny business, Them who have so much should set a bettor example, so they should! (But wouldn't it bo fun to do it in some of the joints which intimidate the customers?) t 6128 Omaha. Mr. ting is in the air force and stationed at ; Offut Air Force Base, and she is employed at I.B.M. office. : Woman's .Club held its first meeting of 1965 Thursday at Laura Michalson's, Mrs. Clarence Brandt co-hostess. Community affairs was studied and a report '6n T.B. ,was' given .by Mrs. Bonno Schutter, and Mrs. Mary Budlong gave a report on cancer organization. Reports were given of visits to the county home, school for retarded children and nursing homes in Lowship at St church, Depew, and , Monday spoke at St. John's Lutheran Laymens League in Fenton. Rev. Drown and his wife Marie have lived in Ecuador for nearly 20 years and they are 6n a year's leave in the US from Macuma-, Ecuador^, where they are missionaries fo the Jivarp Indians. The couple are co-authors of a book .on their experiences, Mission To The Head-Hunters. BANQUET IS DISCUSSED Fenton Methodist W.S.C.S met Thursday with Mrs. Clifford Douglas leading in devotions. Mrs. Frank McFall had the lesson. Mrs. Lyle Newel presided. Mrs. Hans Baago read letters from three missionaries sponsor ed by the W.S.C.S. Plans for a father-son banquet were discus sed. A Korean couple 'Studying at Morningside college in Sioux City was sent $5. Mrs. Fred Mortensen announced the Sain Warners, at Turner Rest Home Armstrong, will have their 63rd wedding Feb. 7. The executive board will meet Jan. 15. The •'?•. The Darrel Dreyers and Mrs. 5. H. Dreyer were weekend guests of the Roger Dreyers, Jioux City. ' ( The U-Deal-Em bridge club met Tuesday with Mrs. Arlo lanney. Three tables were in Jlay and prize winners were i Walker s Sunday were .Marineus Wrs. E. H. Dreyer, Mrs. Clarence 'Hansen, Algona, uncle of Mrs. Wegener and Mrs. Ray Stoeber. Walker, ana the Charles Reap- Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. \ birthday. Charles Feyc. MR GOSH SAXES dept.: The men of Princeton University are giving the old fogies who run it quite a bit of a fuss about the university not having coeds. It's an all-male school, and, the boys evidently are seeking playmates closer than the nearest woman's coUege, which by the way is pret^ jy close. It just goes to show that college men are not as gjnart as they think they are, If they had coeds they wouldn't Thursday on his annual trip to California for the winter at his son Glenn's, at Pacoima. En- route he will spend several days in Mason City and also visit his daughter Winsome, the Gordon Whitmores, Wichita, Kan. Guests Saturday of Mrs. Art Leason were the Glen Crouses, Humboldt, the Paul Dremmels, Algona, and Mrs. C. M. Gross, Guests Sunday were the Howard Sewicks, Lyle, Minn., and Ferm Sewicks, Algona. Junior Girl Scouts met at the Town Hall Thursday after school. They are making recipe boxes and will collect 10 outdoor recipes for their summer meetings. They meet every Thursday p.m. Brownies meet every Tuesday after school at the Town Hall. They have been earning to tie knots, O. H. Graham returned Satur^ day from Iowa City. Mrs. Cra* iam had surgery at university hospital Jan. 7 and will be there several weeks. Cub Scouts meet every Tuesday after school. Den I meets at Harley Hanson's and Den II at Ray Devine's. The theme for this month is American Pioneers. The Pack meeting is heW the last of the month. QQLQEN EAGLE — The Louis Lange farm near Germantown had a slightly wounded surrounding towns. Federated Club held its of 1965 first Wayne Wickwires, Irvington, Dean Culbertsons, Lone Kock, j Mrs. Marguerite Hayes, and the Charles neapers. Mrs. Uliver Knudsen was an afternoon guest Tuesday. Birthday guests at Durwood Guests were Mrs. Jack Gerhart, ers, for Marineus Hanson's 83rd Mrs. Durwood Walker attend- n bridge'ed a bridal shower. Wednesday] ie New- for a niece, Marion Broesaer^, Saturday Afternoon club inet with Mrs. Jessie el. -Three tables were in play Lone Rock, at Good'Hope Metho- and guests were Mrs. Walter dist church. Mrs. Walker was a Krause, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth hostess. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Prize win- Rivcrdale 4-11 boys met Jan. ners were Mrs. Charles Newel, 6 at the Farm Bureau meeting Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. E. K. I'oom at Algona, with 10 pres- Johnson and Mrs. Krause, (em. There was a discussion on January 3 Kelly Seldon, month calf insurance. Floyd Bode gave old son of the Lyle Hansens, was checks to those who had won baptized. His sponsors were the cash prizes during the 1964 Oryille Hansens, Lake Crystal, county fair. Gary DeBoom serv- Minn. Guests of the Hansens ed the lunch. Hansens and The Donald were the Orville Bible Study Genesis in group will study March. Hostesses Shirley Overson's, Verna Alke, co-hostess. The lesson was by Delores Fox, and topic was by Nor ma Ricks. Federation news was by Mrs. Richard Cos grove, president. Gracie Heifner and her cousin, were Mrs. Merle Voigt, Mrs, i Donald Shaw and Mrs. Derwood Voigt. ST. JOHN'S AID MEETS St. John's Aid met Wednesday. Pastor Spicer led the devotions, and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt the topic. Mrs. William Hantel- Adplph Hansens, Voids, Lake Mills, visited that afternoon. The Raymond Stoebers were guests Sunday at a family dinner at Irvin Kassulke's and attended the baptism of the Kassulke's month old son Jon Jeffrey at the Trinity Lutheran church at Trimont, Minn. John Gutenberg printed his famous Bible on a simple hand- Mrs Harold Dennv Des man resi S ned as P resident and Moines ^^' were weekend f &itX *"' Eldon Hwitelmpn, . vice muiiiea, wcie weeKeiiu Visitors | Dre eidpnt was (>hn<:pn tft fill hor at the parental Lewis Heifner's. Men church of Titonka were guests Methodist at a fish operated machine which resem- Mrs Pete Smidt, and Lakola couple celebrate 45th Lakota — Mr and Mrs Jasper Smidt celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary at their home Sunday afternoon, Callers during the afternoon were Mr and Mrs John Bcrschman and family of Buffalo Center, the Bill Sniidts of Bancroft, the Henry Meyers of Lakota, Mr and Bur bled a wine press of his time. te Hoeppners, Carl Callieses. VFW Auxiliary it Bea Garret's, Ellen Boelkes, p-hostess. Three of the members visited the school for re- be so good in their studies— school studies that is of cpurse. If they are smart they'll let the goodies wait until they gjra4uit§, THQSi FEUOW* who stole the SJar of Iftdji and. Other gem,s are stupM- Why steal something ' they uje or sjj|? Jfs like § lot ef things in Ufe p§opjg en Yy-TrjRQjt of the tinje the cost far outweighs the fun. Maybe it golden eagle spend two weeks there until its wing healed. The Langes found it favored meat over grams for food and through the kindness of the family if recovered, H§ ability to fly and .cofltinu*4 on its migration. thg only having sounds silly-rbyt things worth the those which hive th§ honest time and struggle p par' of their cost. met Monday president, was chosen to fill position. A committee was select ed to rewrite the constitution of organized to supervise the upkeep and appearance of the altar for morning worship, The members voted that a minimum | fee of $10 would be asked for! at AJeona before use of the kitchen and faciuties !*.^5°?iP? f °5S for showers and wedding recep- hristmas, and gave a party and gift to the children and teacher. Buffalo Homemakers who went to Algona Friday for the extension lesson were-Mrs, Alan Eden and Mrs. Leland Schroeder. The John WeJhousens are first time grandparents. Their j son, the Gerald Wemousens, I Homestead A.F.B., Fia., have a daughter, Sherri Lyn born Jan. 4. She weighed 7 Ibs. 10 oz. The Lewis Heifners have tried to contact' his daughter, Lois, the Lee Davis family, of Carmel Valley, Calif., being concerned about the floods in that area. Their call got through on Jan. 5, and found them ail safe and sound. the Chris Meyers, Creighton, Mo., visited several days over New Years with relatives at Titonka. The Robert Ringscjorfs had as New Years guests, her sister, the Fred Jennings and her brother, the Moms Graham Ajgoaa. W. J. Anderson, Minneapolis, visited bis mother, Mrs, Tanna Anderson, Wednesday. and wedding receptions. The hostesses were Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Mrs. Don Hainzinger and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen. FAIRVIUE AID MEETS Fairville Aid met in the church January 7. Rev. Cleo CHANGE OF DATE UNITED FUND OF ALCONA ANNUAL MEETING Became of a conflict with the annual Chamber of Commerct Banquet, the Annual Meeting of the United Fund will be held at 7:30 p.m. in ths Assembly Room of the Court House Tuesday, Jan. 26, 1965, Election of 7 directors and reports are on the agenda. All contributors are members and aro urged to come, Kossuth County Mental Health Assn., Inc. Annual Meeting TUESDAY, JANUARY 19,1965 7:30 P,M.- SUPERVISOR'S ROOM KOSSUTH COUNTY COURTHOUSE ! j All members of the association are urged to at« I Hi i | tend. 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