Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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•eteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* D. t. D. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee THE OLD GOAT was all Shook up the other night when the big blizzard was .raging. The snow was coming down fast, the wind was blowing, and it was a dilly of a blizzard—almost as bad as those the old-timers love to brag about. The doorbell rang, and the Old Goat wondered what kind of a nut was out in that storm, and hazarded a guess some poor soul was in trouble and wanted help. Nope! At the door were two teenaged girls, dressed f6r the storm, eyes twinkling more than the snow, red cheeked, and glorying in braving the elements. They brought the copy for the Bulldog Tales. They made the Old Goat feel mighty old, so they did. But they also gave a glow that despite all the calamity howlers pur teenagers are pretty good kids—and pretty too! HEY HEYI MEN AND BOYS! Well, men anyway. The august state supreme court has come out with the decision that nagging is grounds for divorce on the theory that little drops of water falling on the same place eventually wear away the stone. Now the right to nagging is contained in the wedding ceremony as far as the wife is concerned, but heretofore no bounds have been set. What amount was not stated by the dignified court, but in that one case anyway the court said the woman wore away her. stone. Man being the just'barely civilized animal he is does not take kindly to harness, and probably needs a bit of nagging. But, by golly, by virtue of the supreme court, there is a limit! Alqona Homith County 9 "*' " '" ""-*-' --—-nt-in-r"--!.-'- -~*"~' r"Br fil ilmniM i ill ii f*± THURSDAY, FEB. II, W5 - ALGONA, IOWA - vance Attendance record at 9th annual Algona picnic in RINGO GOT MARRIED! .That is- some information^;purveyed with pictures in the daily press. After looking the situation over the Old Goat is wondering which one was the bride? Couldn't tell from the hair-do. Ringo is the guy who beat the drums for the Beatles, one of the revolting combo deals which afflict the young these days. They sing through their noses, and wiggle like they got ants in their pants, and the girls scream and faint. It takes all kinds to make a world, but enough is a great plenty as far as the Beatles are concerned and their ilk too. IT ISN'T KINDNESS for the popular stars of today to give guest performances to some of the old-timers. The result usually is a bit sad. And it is really pathetic to see them try to do what they once did with ease. A case in point is Judy Garland who was a guest the other night on a show, trying to sing like the youngsters do. She didn't make it. And Jimmy Durante, one of the real old-time greats, was so pathetic in begging for applause, which was given, not so much for his act as it was for his age and the entertainer he once was. SOMETIMES the "personal" column yields interesting items, but normally it is filled with come-on bait. However Sunday there were a couple of intriguing items: "Virginia, be my valentine. Larry", said one, and the other was: "Pear Mabel—I love you. Will you be my valentine? Charlie." Now all the Virginias and Mabels in the Big City in Iowa will be checking to see whether they know a Larry or a Charlie. And if they are mar^ ried so maybe will their husbands who are not named Larry or Charlie. Anyway putting that stuff in the paper always leads to a suspicion all is not as it seems, or there are a couple of either unbelievably shy fellows, or there is a bit of hanky panky, or some joker is messing up the works. Former Algonans broke previous attendance records at the 9th Algona picnic held at Huntington Beach, Calif., Feb. 7. Including 43 children 216 were registered. Southern California's sun was bright and warm. California residents and their towns are: Anaheim: Mr. and Mrs. Jon Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Soppeland, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dacken, Mr. and Mrs; Jim Kennedy, Jimmy Shipler, Nancy Muckey, Barbara Kuchenreuth- er, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Erdman. Bellflower: Verle Harlan. Burbank: Mrs. Ada .Jasperson, McCorkle. Claremont: Mr. and Mrs. Jess Riddle. El Cajon: Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Brown, Leona E. Woods. Fullerton: C. H. "Dutch" Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford. Garden Grove: Bernice' Harrington Fuller, Robert Fuller. Glendale: Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs. R. .O. Jasperson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Heller. Glendora: Fern Haynes, Louise Sorenson Johnson, Darlene Noland. Huntington Beach: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Frost, Anna Nelson Williamson, S. Mervin Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strait, Hazel Strait Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. French. Imperial Beach: Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Johnson. Ingle wood: Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Richter. La Habra: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crilly, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Snyder, Marilynn Miller. •Lakewoed: Ed-and'Genevieve Genrich, Mr. r ahd Mrs.. Wm. Blanford. La Mirada: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathison, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Beamish. Long Beach: Howard Genrich; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bakken, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin A. Peterson, Carrie E. Hardesty, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger, Edna Fehrm Wales, Louis Wales, Mr. and Mrs. Orvid Gurney, Jerome Nielsen, Herbert Hobbs USS At California picnic Samp. Riverside-. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sprout, Mr. and Mrs. Al Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Richardson. Rdsemead: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tohnson. * San Diego: Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson, Ida Hay, Santa Ana: Mr. and Mrs. (Janet Galbraith) Mac Jones, Mrs. Ellen Knoll, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kiebel. Santa Monica: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp, Santee; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Abbas. Stanton: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Soppeland. Sun City: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman. Whittier: Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton. Those who attended the picnic who are winter visitors in California were: Algona: Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Drayton, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haas, Mrs. Chas. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, Selma Godfredson, Mr. and Mrs Ed Wolcott Burt: Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ship- lef. F*«t6n: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson. F». Dodge: Mrs. Ralph Brown. Taffii! Mrs. Joe Pelisek. Blue Earth, Minn.: Dwight Bruellinah. McGregor, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mercher. Minneapolis, Minn.: Vera Lawter. Omaha, Neb.: Mrs. E. H. Wray, Sr. Deming, New Mexico: Mrs. Nellie Galbraith. Jefferson City, Mo.: Mr. and i Don Akrc. th« Hubert &««(», Cofevilfe, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Bert Deal. Th» C. R. Brortiert* visited their daughter, the Lymon Berges, Spencer, last weekend. Mr, arid Mr*. John Ramuj, Garner, have a girl, Rhonda Lee, 8 Ibs., 14'/4 oz., born Valentine Day. Grandparents are the Le Roy Laus. Dr». Karl Hoffman and Leroy Strohman arc attending a mid winter dental meeting in Chicago this week. Dr. Hoffman will be leaving Thursday and Dr Strohman will leave Friday. Steven Myers, 18 month old LOCALS son of Mr and Mrs Jack Myers, was rushed to St. Attft hospital Monday morning fof emefgefley treatment. He had drank some of his own teething lotion and it was necessary to pump his stomach. , »| Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey arc being visited a few days by their daughter Mrs Ward Graham, of Clayton, N. M. Enroute here she stopped at Sioux City to visit with her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs C, N, Aalfs. Mr Graham will join his wife here later. Mr Bailey is a resident of the Good Samaritan home. AMONG THE many Algonans at the annual Algona picnic in California were Patricia Pollard Bakken, Don Smith, Zelba Patterson. Maxwell, "Zelba Hardgrove Brown, Dot Smith, and Genevieve Genrich, pictured above. In the lower picture are Al Richardson, Zelba Brown,! Marilyn Miller Brown, Vaughn Brown, and Betty Parkins Rich-' ardson in top" row; and seated is Louise Sorenscn Johnson. The ' pictures were taken'by Ed Genrich. OVER AT Pes Piain.es, JU., there is a faculty committee which rules when skirts are top short, and sends the gxyls fcojne when they are. Now that would be an interesting committee to serve pn-^both in miking ib§ ruling, and then seeing wfcft happens when the girls get home and the prpujf parent comes to give the commute what- for, yup! Kearsage, Mr.- and Mrs. Herbert Furst . •'-•• ••'•:• ..... ,- Los Angeles: Margaret Habeger Armant. Norwalk: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pentecost. Oceanside: Alan Brown. . Ontario: Mr. and Mrs.' Russell Maxwell, Mary Rich, . I Orange: Mr. and Mrs. Wm, , Thilges, Kathryn .Gorman. Oxnard: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown. Pacoima: Mr. and Mrs. Art Sorenson, Mr. and Mrs. (Frances Sorenson) Max Strattton. Pasadena: Mr. and Mrs.4 Bill Kruse. Pomona: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Plumb, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Best. Reseda: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rev. Milo Dailey of the St. Thomas Episcopal church was in Boone Monday and Tuesday at- I tending a clergy retreat at the ! Episcopal Center there. | Harlan Wittkopf, son of the Ed Wittkopfs, who is at Concor- idia high school, St. Paul, Minn., is on the honor roll for the first semester. To earn the distinction, students must have an average no lower than A-. Harlan is a senior. Clyde Bronson, son of the C. R. Bronsons, is attending the University of Minnesota taking 'a Lumberman's course. JOHN BURNS Representing "One of the Best" Central Life =? 105 South Colby — 295-2503 ALGONA ATTENTION FARMERS! - KLEIN FARM SUPPLY'S - , February 20 Special tow »ri<M on krand-nM full-tin Wh!US«!«F«di, ANY BUDGET OUR NEW FORDS WONT FIT ...OUR USED CARS WILL! There's something for everybody at our Annual White Sale! We have big bargain buys irrspecially equipped, specially priced brand-new '$§ Fords .., and big bargain buys in used cars, too. Save either way at pnce-a-year White {sale prices now. Immediate Delivery on '65 Mustangs! *2395* J, F.O.B. 0«tf«lt •ManuUctuicr's situated '•• ^^^ Ull P'fct I" Mu»Unj H«dtop. ' OotiiuUgn clwia intf itili ind loul HIM ind It'ei, II my. ngl included. Wnltewill tir» ulii cwl. SM your f gri 1 pwltr (g, hli ullinf prl»l TAYLOR MOTOR CO, f AIT STATE $T. IQWA Ham Sandwiches and Coffee FROM 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. Many, Many Premium Prizes ELECTRIC SAW WRENCH SET STEAM WON AUTOMATIC TOASTERS FRYING PAN MIX MASTER Pop for the Kid dies Personalized Ke y Chain KEY CHAINS FOR YOUR CAR KEYS WITH YOUR NAME INSCRIBED We are looking forward to seeing you this Saturday! KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY !; 21$ Wtit St«»e Street "W*yne Feeds" AIQONA :!

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