••••••••••••••••••••••A* Alqono Kottuth THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 — ALGONA* IOWA JANE FONDA, the movie actress and daughter of the also star of so many years, blew her pretty top when a picture of her in the altogether was posted on a billboard in New York City to advertise one of her screen efforts. Seems the picture was considerably bigger than life size, and she didn't have a stitch to her name—not even shoes! When she popped she caused the putter-uppers of the sign to cover a vital area with a canvass patch so that she would not appear as in her birthday suit. (The Old Goat wonders if someone observed it took a tent to cover her northern exposure?) There is no place in the picture where she. appeared nude, and it was a gimmick to attract the customers. Sometimes it seems the advertisements for movies are like covers on cheap pocketbooks— promise more than the movie or the words deliver. A 70-YEAR OLD woman in Chicago brought suit to recover some $57,918 she.paid for dancing lessons at a studio. The Old Goat must observe she must have had rocks in her noggin to let the boys take her for that kind of money. Seems she paid for 4,728 hours of lessons, which at her age was quite a bit of bragging on how she could keep on her feet long enough to use them up. One of the problems of widows left money by their hard-working spouses is hanging onto that cash. They are beseiged by all kinds of schemers to get their money, but probably the lowest of the lot are those fair- haired boys who dupe them into such shenanigans simply because they: are, lonesome. The Old Goat hopes that dance studio gets rapped good. YIPE! NOW the Iowa state senate wants to require photos on drivers licenses. Brother—that brings up a problem! Most stand-em-up and shoot-em pictures for such things as licenses and passports are just plain awful. The Old Goat can imagine a woman getting her picture taken and then refusing to have it put on her license until she gets a better one. And as for the likes of the Old Goat there could be a revolution when the picture shows an old goat instead of a handsome feller like the Old Goat thinks he is. If this is the best the democrazies can come up with in running the state of Iowa the Old Goat is going to vote socialist, so he is come next election. Yoweeee— pictures on licenses yet! SOME SMART FELLOW said there are three kinds of women—the beautiful—the intelligent—and the majority. The way this fellow showed his smartness was not in such a description, but in getting taheak out of there when he made his remark, To the Old Goat, who isn't up to fighting anymore, all women are beau* tiful, intelligent and slender. Some are just more so than others, but no one is ever going to get • breakdown my more than that from a fellow who's half smart, No sir^-Hi man knows when he's beaten, Algona man married and assistant denner stripe; Gerald Bramiey, bobcat pin; Dennis THE LATE JOHN BARRYMORE, who was quite an idol of the girls in the silent movie and later days, once observed: "The only way to fight a woman is with a hat. Grab it and run." The Old Goat has an amendment — if necessary forget the hat. If cornered so a man can't get away the best thing to do is agree with her— that'll throw the gal out of gear and by the time she's found something else a fellow can escape if he's agile. SHIRLEY JEANETTE Hansen, daughter of Mr and Mrs John H. Hansen, Denison. became the bride of David Henry Long, son of Mr and Mrs Howard M .Long, Algona, Sunday, Feb. 28, in a double ring ceremony in the Zion Lutheran church, Denison, with Rev. C. W. Schmidt officiating. Matron of honor was Mrs Gary Preul, and the bridesmaids were Miss Cindy Long, Miss Lucille Hansen, and Miss Joyce Moyer. The best man was Jack Vipond; the groomsmen were Roger Long, Robert Keating and John Laage. Organise was Mrs Rabe, and vocalist was Miss Karen Kin cade, who sang "6 Promise Me,' 1 •'O Perfect Love," and "The Lord's Prayer." Mr Gary Preul and Mr bernie Plemel were ushers; Mrs Jack Vipond had charge of the guest book; Mrs ,£idon Sleistcr. and Mrs Rovan his Preul had charge of.gifts. Following the ceremony, a re ception was held in the church parlors. Punch was served by Miss Karen Jepscn; coffee pour- ers were Miss Janet Bachmana and Miss Jean Plemel. The five-tiered wedding cake was baked by Mrs Zage, and cut and served by Mrs W. E. Laage and Mrs Zage. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid worked in the kitchen. .. Following a brief honeymoon trip, the couple will live at 1315 E. Walnut, Des Moines, where the bride is employed in the Iowa House of Representatives, and the groom is employed at the Iowa Commerce Commission. Cub Scouts given awards at pack meet Cub Scout Pack 70 met March 16 at Bryant school. Den 3 had the opening number and won the attendance flag; Den 2 presented a skit; Den 5 had the exhibit. Den 1 had the closing. They had made a Mexican pi- nata and when it was broken candy fell out. Awards were presented to Cubs: Den 1, Dennis McGuire, lion badge, gold arrow; Mark McGuire, wolf badge, gold arrow and 2 silver arrows; Darrell Hammer, gold and silver arrows. Den 2: wolf badges to Dean Kern, Allen Ulfers, John Robinson. Silver arrows to Kevin Owens and Jim Welp; denner stripe, Terry Buscher and assistant denner stripe to Dean Kern, Den 3: Steven Schneider, den- ner stripe; Mark Montag and Joe Bernardo, assistant denner stripes. Pen 5: Erman Hansen, service star; Scott Dodds, activity patch Payne, Jidn^ ver arrows*Waffen feet attendance bar and service star. After the meeting the Pirtc- wood Derby was held. First and second winners of den 1 were Mark McGuirc and Dennis McGuire; Den 2, Jim Welp and John Robinson, second.._ Den 3: first, Steven Schneider with Darrel Stevens, second; Den 5: Kevin Henslcy, first, Scott Dodds, second. Grand prize winner for Pack 70 was Jim Wclp and runner-up was John Robinson. Each Winner was presented with a cup trophy. HAIR STYLE WINNERS Mary Ann Goctz of Wesley, a student of cosmetology, received 4th place trophy for her blue black Swing Heart hairstyle in the 12th annual student contest, sponsored by the La James College of Mason City. Honorable mention award went to Sharie Arndorfer, Algona, for her creative style. REGISTRATION SET Registration of pupils for St. Cecelia's first grade class this fall is March 28 after masses. Children must be six years old 4-H Calendar -OF COMING EVENTS— Thursday, March 25 — Kos- snuth Co. Girls' 4-H Leader and older member training school in "Use of Color" at Extension meeting room in Algona at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 30 — Kossuth Co. Soil District Commissioner meeting at 10 a.m. at the Soil Conservation Service Office in Algona. Kossuth Co. Beef Producers' Banquet at Garrigan high school, Algona, 7 p.m. Lee Kline WHO Radio, is speaker. Saturday, April 3 — Algona 4-H Day. bert, Marian Kohlhaas, and /icky McGuirc, and by Charlcne 'hllges and Rosa Leo lllg. A lemonstration was given by Lc- nora Hllbcrt, Suzzanne Reding, iulli Ann Thilges and Rosa Lee llg and another by Saixcly 0'- Jnen, Sandy Wagner, Marian Kohlliaas, and Mildred Thul. For .pccial Activity Linda Reding, Judy Kollasch, Kristine, Kath- 'ccn and Darlcnc Plathc and iluth Ann Thilges brought hob- tics. Mrs. Ruth Ann Locbach told of the fair. Recreation was ed by Paula Thilges. Lunch was served by the hostess. Guests were Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Vlauricc Reding, Mrs. Eugene Zicmet, Mrs. Edward Thilges, Mrs. Albert Tliilgcs, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Loebach, Mrs. Raymond Bertc. Maribcth Thilges received the door prize. before entering. Bring child's birth certificate. the There are more than 800,000 known species of ants. 4-H club news RIVERDALE RUSTLERS Riverdale Rustlers II met at St. Joseph's school hall Satur day. Mary Margaret Berte and her mother Mrs. Raymond Ber te were hostesses. An illustrated talk was given by Lenora Hil Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! LOTTS CREEK LASSIES Lotts Creek Lassies met on March 15 at St. Michael's hall, Whittcmore. Vice president Susan Elbcrt presided with 34 members and 13 guests. Pledges were led by Sandra Walker and Marlys Wagner. Each member is g to bring lOc each meeting for supplies. Committee assignments were Sharon Metzger, Barbara Kollasch, Kay Steier, and Susan Elbert. Talks were given by Kathy Besch, Loraine Arend, Barbara Kollasch, Pam Kirsch and Mary Detrick. Dem onstrations were by Colette Capesius and Karen Fuchsen. Colette Capesius, Susan Walker, and lone Metzger had birthdays. Games and singing were led by Susan Elbert, Jackie Detrick and Kathy Besch. Lunch was served by Susan and Sandra Walker. Reporter is Kathy Besch. YOUR CHEEKS WILL GLOW ASYOU NO DOUBT KNOW IF VOU DRINK MILK FROM CONSOLIDATED CO OP CR6AM£R/6£ i<Jaef<.t.\tAA oj Ja*cy (tyua#<i. » f&uff: t < WWUTlMOfil H •, NM ION( «tx.'K WA ', .Vi/J S • "•*( A Ci l» HI' '! -1 • CIRCULAR Nylon Dust Mop O-Cedar Quality PLASTIC w HARRISON'S VARIETY DEPARTMENT STORES PLASTIC Laundry Basket Bushel Size Sloilet, .'«%:,•,.-,*•' Holder BAftGAf IT SAtC THiRi SOMii a time every March when this country just isn't fitten for man or beast, and last week proved it. It's a bit difficult to brag about Iowa with snow down your neck and in your boots. 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