Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Thursday, January 21, 1965
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••§•••••»•*••••••••••••• THERE'S A PIXIE soul down at Des Moines having more fun than a barrel of monkeys — or maybe not. At any rate tor the last three weeks a "personal" want ad has a jarring note. The latest Saturday was a "Happy 39th birthday Eleanor." The Old Goat suspects Eleanor probably has been getting away with an age of say about 34, and her "friends" wanted to help her remember that there are a few more years than that. Putting the ad in the classified could have no other real purpose as far as the Old Goat is concerned. If they were good friends a sim- Alqono Ko^uth County THURSDAY, JAN, 21, 1965 - ALGONA, IOWA Biff ttOtttiih I L 10 Mir Wllorc thc main s l' cakcr wm bc Agcna, Mac tlitcr, Dr. Cotton, GOV ' Gcorgc Romticv . Michigan. ! Lucille Evcrds, Gordon Schmidt, The dinner is at the Veterans, Kifk Haycs Mrs w E Ley Bfit . « idson, Wayne Keith, Ger- JayCees plan banquet on Saturday The annual Algona JayCec awards banquet will be held Saturday night at the Algona V.F.W. hall, included on the program will be the presentation of the "Boss" and "Distinguished Service" awards. The event will climax National JayCee week. Earlier, Mayor William Finn proclaimed this JayCee Week in Algona. The local organization is planning a big year in 1965 in community development. Among the major projects of '64 was the painting of the Retarded Children's School and the Park Improvement project, which will continue this spring and next 25 anniversary fall. Last year, tables and trash barrels were placed in each of the three Algona parks — ple card would have been sent Blackford, Maple Park and the or at least a phone call. Or if Swimming Pool park — plus a really good friends they might general clean-up. just skip it out of kindness. But | The JayCees will complete the putting the notice in the paper ' fireplaces this spring and add is a real whomp in the teeth for recreational equipment in the quite a few "Eleanors" in the, areas for the use of children, capital city. THE OLD GOAT is getting fed up with this practice of companies sending out • "lucky number" deal where you have to insert e disc into a slot. One slot says send the good*—the other says don't send it "but you can win anyway." Just about anything big is offered es e priie, leading the poor recipient to believe if the number isn't sent in there went a sure thing like win* ning e trip for two to Europe or a new car. There's always • nigging suspicion thet if you don't want the merchandise offered you haven't got a chance, so '• lot of people probably are duped. These ere sent, out by the millions— "You might ' already hive won" bait—and the chences are those millions to one. . plus repainting and recondion- ing of older equipment. The Algona JayCees increased their membership to 48 new members during 1964. The local group leads district B for completion of many requirements at the state and district programs. Four carloads of Kossuth republicans have already been i coUon"'v"M V '' l pa!"<lnrt l q 1 '''iamo« a ' d Voigt and Mrs. E. P. Fred• . . , j v^vn,i,v/i i, v . m. i ell nlMia, ild IIII.O t i in, iju us vvnij a. 511 L 11 win ITHO opokcd to attend the Lincoln Day | Andreasen, Betty Schutter, Dr. crickscn. F{eservations should be p: a rl Garland who brought it dinner at DCS Moines Feb. 10 Strohman, Judy Thoreson, A. F. made by Feb. t. ' from Germany six years ago. AMAKYLIS — Mrs Jess Shives of Dcnison has an unusual amarylis plant which measures three feet tall and had flowers f;oven and one-half inches wide. Thc bulb was a gift from Mrs ventory CASSINI IS a dress designer. MR. AND MRS. Julius Cink, Algona, will have-their silver wedding Sunday, Jan. 24, with open house from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the V.F.W. hall in Algona. Friends and relatives are invited. No invitations are being sent. The Cinks were married Jan. 23, 1940 at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Mrs. Cink is the former Frances Diers. They have six children: Bob, Fort Carson, Colo.; Betty, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Alice, Ft. Dodge; Patty, Gerald, and Janet at home. Photo by Glenn's Studio. wietert, Burt. He is the former manager of the Algona hotel and is now employed in the county auditor's ofl'ice. They live at 213 North Thorington. One Event You Can gifts. Dining room hostess was Mrs Phyllis Carr, and Mrs Eugene Schattschneider was in charge of the kitchen. Waitresses were Vicki Hardgrove and Pat Sen- Algona pair are married here Dec. 28 Kathryn K. Meine and Donald D. Jorgenson were married Dec. 28 at the First Methodist church at 7 p.m. with Rev. N. Coughenour officiating. The bride is the daughter of the John V. Hardgroves and the groom the son of the Lloyd Jorgensons, of Ledyard. A sister of the bride, Peggy Nelson, Fort Dodge, was the He won front page fame because matron of honor. Peter Jorgen-j he designed clothes i'pr Jackie son was the best man. Organist' Kennedy. Now that she is no longer iirst lady he feels he can be uninhibited and has come up with a dress he calls the "Missionary's Downfall". The neckline plunges to the waist showing a fancy lace bra. The Old Goat is of the opinion the missionary fell before she decided to wear such an outfit. Of course as the man says, girls show their bras when they go swimming—why not let the world in on the secret they wear them all the time? The Old Goat is glad he's getting too old to worry about it. PHOOEY TO these commercials which show diagrams of a men's innerds to peddle • patent medicine. The moving dotted lines from this to that ere merely to elerm en other* wise comforteble person into feeling discomfort, end there* fore to buy the stuff, The Old Goet is heppy to neve his in* herds undisturbed end e secret as fer es he is concerned. It's up to the doc. to know about such things. These peddlers seem to threaten dire things if their product isn't used. Phooeyl PROBABLY THE funniest strike in history was staged by the "Bunnies" at the Playboy clubs. The girls struck because the management complained about "crooked rabbit ears" and "failing to maintain a clean and fluffy cottontail." That's about ail the costume the girls wear except for the essentials. May* be some of the customers were lifting them by the ears since the president set an example! THE MOST REVOLTING news picture of the week was of Te<| Kennedy showing his hairy chest corning out of a swirnming pool. There's nothing pretty about/i man who isn't covered, in fact the picture was a bit disgusting. THIS CHARACTER who manufactures stockings for women who sent a fancy pair to ladybird should be sent back to the boondocks. The stockings were decorated with sequins and doves, of all things. AU the guy wanted, of course was the publicity and the 014 Goat bets ladybird tosses those W4eou§ things in the garbage. Besides with tnose long dresses who's going to see them anyway? The lengths some people will go! was' Mrs Fred Geigel and the §oloist was Nicki D. Clark, USN. Ushers were Donald Knedler and Richard Tappe, Ft. Dodge. A reception was held at the Moose Lodge for 125. Mrs Allan Loucks, Ledyard, had the guest book; Mrs Richard Tappe served coffee and Mrs Bette Kitchel, Elmore, and Mrs Peter Jorgenson were in charge of The Security State Bank's Farm' Loans cover all your farm needs. Borrow on convenient terms for seed, livestock or equipment purchases. v ! "We like people like you like . . . " Afford Miss Winter Items Must Go!! Nothing Carried Into The Spring Season.. 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