Akona Koijuth County THURSDAY, MARCH II, 19*5 - ALOONA, IOWA Appears in college play Cedar Falls — State College of Iowa actors will bring Greek theatre to life with the presentation of "Electra" March 18, 19 and 20 at 8:15 in the SCI Auditorium. In'ttije play the grief-stricken Electra, played by Sara Stan- ley (left) of Mount Pleasant, urges her brother Orestes, played by Richard Devin (far right) of Mount Pleasant to kill their mother. Robert Pratt (center) of Algona, plays Oreste^ friend. Election to be in May for St. Joe C.D.A. St, Joe — CD of A met March 10, following the Rosary and mass in St. Joseph's church. A nominating committee: Mrs. Deltner Plathc, Mrs. Francis Er< pelding, Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, Mrs. Edward Bormann and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner will select a slate of candidates to be presented to the April meeting with election of officers to be held at the May meeting. A leadership institute is scheduled at Sioux Falls, S. D., April 34 with arrangements to be made with the grand regent, Mrs. N. J. Weydert, lor attending. A bake sale and breakfast will be held Sunday, April 4 in St. Joseph school hall with Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Ed Bormann, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mary Jane Origer, chairman. The social welfare committee, Mrs. Ray Berte, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mrs. Harold Reding, and Mrs. Delmer Plathe, reported. D. E. D. •••e.O••••••••••••••••••• :HEY NOW! — Princess Margaret -shocked staid old England by appearing in public in black stockings .decorated with beetles all over them. Had the newspapers over there editorially commenting! The Old Goat nearly flipped his wig until he^ realized the "beetles" are bugs and not spelled like the "Beatles" of yammering fame. Even bug, beetles are bad enough though. Margaret is not one to take a back seat in the flash department even .though her sister is the, queen/ PROBABLY THE bost all- around show of the year is the girls basketball tournament, and it doesn't matter to watchers too much which team wins. These girls, play for keeps and woe be the boy who tries to tangle with them. It renews faith in youth just to see them scramble, and hold their hand high when tagged with a foul. And the Old Goat gets a bit damp-eyed when they all cry whether they win or lose, and waste a lot of hugging on other girls. THESE EXERCISE deals in. the paper are not meant for the likes of anyone as far as the Old Goat can tell. They always have some slim Jane who doesn't need it doing the exercise with ease. The Old Goat is tempted once in a while to try one, like the one Sunday: "Stand erect with feet comfortably separated. Raise arms sideways to shoulder height, Bend to left and touch fingers of left hand to left toe. Keep knees straight." The Old Goat isn't too smart but he was smart enough not to go any farther than "stand erect with feet comfortably separated,' Since the Old Goat has added a few unnecessary pounds he hasn't seen his left or right toes for some time, and isn't too much interested in getting acquainted again—at least not in that manner. DOWN AT DRAKE they are teaching girls how to play pool I Thty tvtn got a college credit for some kind of itl Back too many years ago the associates of the Old Goat could hive easily rated a straight'A in such a sport. However because of some narrow minded people locally it we* necessary for the boys to go to Irvington, Weslty or Whitttmort to play, If it • sign of the times they are now actually teaching girls how to play? Where are today's boys to fo to get away from girls? FRENCHMAN ARE alarmed because this country is discoujv aging tourists, and tourists who tour Europe are by-passing De. Gaulle's Paris in favor of other spots. It's about time. Paris is Jjighly over-rated according to those who went there, and the French are grabby and insulting to tourists generally, they want only our money—to beck with anything in reiura. besides the;naughty shows are paled by shows at Las.yegas and other hoi spots m this country. DeGaulle is helping with that "Yankee stay home" attitude by his delusions of superiority of the" French 'over anyone. SHADES OF JACK and the beanstalk. KGLO-TV is about to erect-..a': tower that goes 1,529 ;eet straight up. On the ground that would be about five blocks ong, and;good walk let alone climbing up that high. But that's small compared with the one at ji'argo, N. D;, which goes up 2,063 feet. If the Old Goat climbed one he'd be afraid of meet- ng a giant Who wasn't the Jolly Green one. . GETTING PAST St. Patrick's day is always a trial for those not of the emerald isle. Most scahdahoovians like the . Old Goat admire and sometimes even, enyy the Irish. The Old Goat has some Irish in the background, but it's all messed up with 1 French', German, English, etc. The Old .Goat's ancestry is as confused as possible to get. But on. St. Pat's day everyone is Irish—well, just a little bit anyway. ... Stockmen to hold meeting at Swea City Swea City — A meeting of special interest to all area livestock feeders.is being arranged by.the Kossuth livestock association 'March 23. Representatives of major packing firms will give ideas on what feeders will have to do to compete in the future. Two members of the association were on a recent tour of South America and will show slides and pictures. A free chili supper will precede the meeting at the V. F, W, hall in Swea City. liamentary procedure team receiving a bronze medal were Dennis Hanson, Doug Helmke, Roger Krantz, Pat Mino and Mike Reynolds. Duane Schmick- ing received a silver medal for reporter's scrapbook; Steve Peterson, a silver for the secretary book, and David Harner, silver for treasurer book. Two signalufe electric foas- wefe purchased fof the ichooi kitchen. Mrs. Alfred Red* iflg and Mrs, Robert Bormann fieeived the plate prizes at the social hour. POETRY WINNERS Local CD of A poetry contest winners in St. Joseph's school Were Peter Erpelding, Sandra Kohlhaas and Barbara Friders, 4th grade, Joan Reding and Sandra Wagner, 7th grade, and Yvonne Kohlhaas, 8th grade. The poems arc entered in the state contest. The Iowa Heart Assn. will show a film in St. Joseph's school hall April 1st. at 8 p.m. with Mrs. M. Chapman, Mason City, in charge. The public is invited. Carrie and Mary Thilgcs, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thilgcs, were given a party Saturday for their 10 birthday, which was on March 4. The afternoon was spent at games with birthday cake and ice cream. Barbara Friders received the door prize. Attending Were Mary Sue Capesius, Barbara Friders, Ellen Bormann, Donna Kcllner, Sandra Kollasch, Linda Streit, Theresa Kohlhaas, Barbara McGuire, Lcona Berte, Cecelia Gales, Margenc thilges, and Diane Bormann. The Jim Capesiuses have a son born March 7 in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. They now have 2 boys and a girl. The Lorenz Bormanns are maternal grandparents. Typewriters + Rental + Service + Sales We have a complete Typewrite! Service — Rental of used ma> chines, service for ALL machines and sales of new and used ypewriters. SCHOOL and OFFICE SUPPLIES Entertainment Every Friday Great sounds — great cocktails — great fun at CHARLIE'S every Friday night. Playing from 9 p.m. until closing time — Barney Olson, Marcia Parrish and Mark Seeley. Bring your wife — your best girl — or stop out after bowling. The place to go is Charlie's — especially Friday nights! CHARLIE'S Supper Club JUST SOUTH OF ALGONA ON 169 BOYS WIN MEDALS Clifford VanBerkum, ag teacher, received results of a sub-district speech contest. The chapter program of work received a silver medal and will compete in the district contest at Hampton. Boys taking part. were James Larsen, Steve Peterson, Tom Anderson. David Harner received a silver for public speaking; Randy Newlin, silver, freshman creed; Bob Thompson, extemporaneous speech, fifth place; Par- TO CHURCH MEETING The District Lutheran church womens-spring assembly will be held at Cherokee March 15. Int- manuel Lutheran church women will attend. Mrs Richard Hade was in charge of local registrations. Oats support 60c bushel for Kossuth The price-support rate for 1965-crop oats in Kossuth will be 60c per bushel, Richard 1. Anderson, Chairman, A, S. C. S., announces. Rates are established on the basis of No. 3 grade. Participation in the 1965 feed grain, : program is , not a condition of eligibility for price support on oats. Premiums and discounts which are applied for grade and quality to determine individual producers' support rates for 1965- crop .oats are unchanged from the 1964 program. The discount for badly stained or materially weathered No. 4 oats is 7 cents per bushel; on the factor of test weight, it is 3 cents per bushel. The discount for garlicky oats is 3 cents per bushel. Premiums are 1 cent per bushel for grade No. 2 or better, 1 cent for heavy test weight, and 2 cents for ex tra heavy test weight. Price support for 1965-crop oats will be carried out through loans and' purchases on farm- and warehouse-stored grain. Under operating procedures for loans on farm-stored grain, adopted for the first time for 1964 crops, farmers should be able to obtain their loans more promptly. Producers may avoid a service charge in connection with 1965-crop loans by redeeming their crops instead of delivering them to the Commodity Credit Corporation as payment of the loans. More than l ! /a million visit ors a year see the Liberty Bell, RICKSOII 'CREAM ^••iililtwim*": "MSfow V* *"V^-e> ylL' r *2 fffi PUT you Lenten Menus Now ... ivailable in food market* threughoyt Nerth Central Iowa SHEAKLEYS ANNOUNCE ITS ... Front and center — we have a sensational collection of spring merchandise awaiting your inspection. Wonderful fashions in perfect step with spring. Sure to set a pretty pace for you; the lithe line, the longer jacket, the lenient look of at-ease designs. Review this news for the now-on importance of suits and coats. Come in to Sheakleys this weekend and lee the wonderful now things for spring. - , - ,, SHEAKLEYS of Algona "YOUR STYLE CENTER FOR SPRING AND EASTER"
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