Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1965
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Alqong KjWUth_County HnxKifSir-aj —•'tt t iir-IT inter- vr ^-irr»n-iTrTBT7^iaaagBaiaiiirM7ii-nT~Tirriirigiriir • HIT ". ri /—i THUHSDAY, MARCH 11, 1<»65 - ALGONA, IOWA D. t. D. •••••••••••••••••••••A** THAT GOSH AWFUL sound made by these so-called bands is a pain in the ear as well as the neck. The performance Sunday by Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald is a case in point. They had a song and neither paid any attention to the music. Particularly nauseating was a so-called trumpet or cornet solo by a sweating gent who puffed his cheeks and made the instrument squeal like a pig with its tail caught in a door. This stuff isn't music. It goes way back to the jungles of South America and Africa, to the Indians, and to other such originators of pagan sound. Frankly the whole thing is so lousy it is an insult to a musical mind. The Duke can play sweet, music with his orchestra so why inflict this junk on the public? WHILE ON the subject whatever happened to the idea expressed in the song—"A pretty girl is like a melody". Phooey—if any girl fancied herself like that stupid sound she has rocks in her head. The same is true of tho Beatles and their like with their long hair and nothing else to recommend them. Sure, the Old Goat is a stuffy old fogy end likes Lawrence Welk and similar music makers—at least until Lawrence murders the language in introducing something. AND STILL BURNING on the subject—those television programs named Hullabaloo and Shindig are a sight for unsore eyes. They have the same beat- beat tempo and the boys and girls stand around and wiggle like they were being shot with heavy jolts of electricity. Where they get the muscles to do those waggles has the Old Goat puz zled. At first sight they may seem to be indecent, but to the Old Goat after a study of ten minutes they just become silly and stupid. The whole thing is sexless, and if they all wore slacks you couldn't tell one brand from another. The Old Goat thinks the world belongs to the young, but whopeeey, what a world they are building if this is the sweet music they'll remember when they're old and gray as "our song". Have you noticed it's the songs of 20 to 40 years ago that are played by the big time music makers—not this jungle junk. OH NOI In England a girl named to be Miss England is a "dog beautician". Wonder what LBJ would think of that when lifting his beagles by the ears? What has become of the mutt that used to follow tho kids and have fun with them? Now the dog must be beautified, have nail polish on its paws, and hair curled and cut and set. This is really a dog's life for the' dogs. People who do such a thing to a friendly animal, so-called man's best friend, are some kind of a nut, THE POWERS THAT be in this country are getting all heated up on the lack of gold in the Fort Knox vaults, and how other countries want ours right now, They are asking people not to go abroad—to stay at home to save that gold for ourselves. The Old Goat wonders what would happen if the decree went out that the bangles and beads the women wear to decorate themselves should be turned in to conserve the gold supply. It would be quite a hunk of stuff if it were all turned in to save the country.-Maybe it'd be easier to fight a war to take some away from somebody else rather than have the women riled up at home. NORTH CAROLINA is the latest state to have a legislator introduce a bill igainst one. armed driving by the kids. This anti-necking bill has gome up in several stgtes. Whit really is needed is § bili to mike the girls sit on their own side of the front seat instead of crowd the poor innocent boy into a corner. THIS IS THillME. of year when the Old Goat is in happy contemplation of what the girls will wear and call hats, coins Raster. Some of last year's were <J%s. A jjew hat does Oolitic students en Dean's list Several area college students are on the Dean's list for the first semester. James H. Sparks, Burt; Nancy C. Weber, Cor- With; Glennda S. Gabrielson, of Sexton; Glendon E. Peterson, of Swea City; Marclieta R. Anliker, West Bend; and Jacquelyn K. Medin, Whittemore. These are all students in the State College of Iowa. Susan Neswold, Lone Rock, has won an invitation to the annual "Smarty Party" at the university of Iowa with straight A's. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Arthur W. Boyken of Titonka announce tho engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sherry Denise, and Donald Terry Sullivan, son of Mr and Mrs 'Donald Sullivan of Waverly, Iowa. April 25th is the wedding date chosen by the couple. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Merle Heyer of Spirit Lake, announce the engagment of their daughter Cheryl Kaye Passehl of Clear Lake to Richard P. Hauswirth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charpel W. Hauswirth, of Corwith, Miss Passehl is a graduate of the Britt high school and is now employed at the Clear Lake Bank & Trust. Her fiance is a Ex-Algonian now on trip around world Word has been received by relatives of the John McCaffreys, Woodland Mills, Calif., that they and sons, Jim 9, and John 6, sailed March 3 oil the SS Iberia from San Pedro, Calif., beginning a trip around the world. Mrs McCaffrey is the former Mary Helen McEnroe, Algona. Their first stop is Honolulu, Hawaii; the to Japan for a few days in each Yokohama and Kobe. From Japan the McCaffreys plan to fly to Korea where Mr McCaffrey fought in the Korean war as a marine officer, FrOm Japan the ship will sail to Hong Kong, then to Manilla in the Philippines. Considerable time will be spent in Australia— Sidney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Fremantle; then to Colombo, Ceylon; Bombay, India; Aden, Aden Colony; through the Suez Canal to Port Said, then to Naples, Marseilles, Gilbraltar and London. From London they will go to Scotland and Ireland, and back to London where they will sail on the Queen Mary, bringing with them a station wagon previously arranged for arriving in New York May 25. Enroute home they will stop in Chicago and Algona to visit, arriving home about June 7. Seven win free diamonds Seven persons won diamonds at the three-day Grand Opening of Montgomery Ward last weekend. They were Alice Schultz, Dave Martin, Howard Forsberg, Mrs Walter Hagen, and Mrs Leo McEnroe, all of Algona; Mrs Etta Reibsamen, Titonka; and Mrs Irene Lauritson, Burt. Al Agena and Dorothy Laird tied on a 94-pound guess on the pig and split the animal. Doris Black won the half price washer and dryer in a tie drawing with Mrs Bob Diekmann, Anna Courtney, both of Algona; Lewis Broesder, Lone Rock; and Alvin Bahwart, West Bend. The lucky number was 76 poker chips. COME FOR FUNERAL The John Beuthiens, Chicago, 111., came Sunday to the Henry Engstrom's where they left their four children and went to Montgomery because of the death of Otto Beuthien, father of John. Services were Monday. Mrs Beuthein is the former Mary Ann Engstrom. They will leave for their home Wednes day. YOUTH GROUP MEETS The Congregational Youth Fellowship was host to the Presbyterian youth and leaders, Joe Skow and Karl Kiilsholm, Sun graduate of the Corwith-Wesley high school. Mr. Hauswirth is engaged in farming south of Corwjth. The couples wedding date has been set for July 9, 1965. for a woman—but some of them don't seem to give a hoot what that something is. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE day evening. Speaker was Rev Victor Vriesen, Ledyard, who told of missionaries in the Hon duras and showed slides. Lunch was served. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Bob McCullough was hos tess to her bridge club Friday evening when guests were Mrs Allan Kuester, Mrs Cecil Will and Mrs Leo Cassel. . . available markftt tbrsyghoyt Central Iowa . '. . LOCALS Mr, and Mr*. Jahn Sorflaten, Dallas, Texas, arc the parents of a baby boy, Christopher, born March 1 and weighing 6 Ibs. 9 0?,. Mrs. Sorflaten is the former Joan Potter and her mother, Ethel Potter, is there with them for a time. Bill Ludwig went to Malofi City March 4 to have his injured foot checked at Park hospital. tie visited his son Darrell and family there. Mr and Mrs Chalmer Read left Saturday for 10 days or so in the week. in the South on a vacation, they wefc to stop overnight at foes Moihes Saturday to visit his mo* I her who had surgery for the second time in a month earlier look! 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