DOTTY KILLGALLON gave the Old Goat quite a thrill Sunday night when she appeared in what looked like a horse blanket. Seems she was thrown by a throw rug and busted a shoulder, It is highly probable there will be some objections by .horses to her new style of dress, but the Old Goat doesn't object. It serves these gals right when they put these blasted throw rugs around on a polished floor. They're a trap and most men shun them like the plague. Despite flying on • one • wing she tried to be her usual coy- self so after the first exposure the Old Goat didn't give a hoot what she broke. ...•-. •. .. # * # . SOMEONE IN CHARGE of Advertising. for that. Hamim b*v«rage has a loot* bolt. Sctms now all th«y. can yack •bout is how tht seamless can moans such ,a much. In tho prior days tho boor was ad- vortisod rathor 'cutely with tho Hamms boar an amusing follow who appealed simply because ho always was in a jam. Maybe that's why men particularly appreciated tho boar — ho was in the same kind of pickle most men find themselves in. The new commercial is just another ho-hum yacking that means nothing. Bring back the bear — let's have a pleasant commercial for a change. # # # DURING THE blizzard recently a local emporium featured bathing suits in the window, a hint perhaps that spring was about ready to be sprung. Whatever happened to the topless bathing suit, or was that just another west coast silly-set fad? The Old Goat knew "these things would never catch on but at least ;there should, have' been more thafn^talk^ about them."It ' is said the inventor made a name for himself as a designer and has profited in other lines because of it. It's a great deallike that commercial about a dame going dancing in her bra — a lot of chatter and not much doing. Which under the circumstances is just dandy! # # # PEOPLE COLLECT the oddest things! The gun with which Oswald is supposed to have killed President Kennedy is now valued at $10,000, a nice round sum, in a probate court. This would be a macabre exhibit to show friends who call at the fellow's house who bought the thing. Frankly the Old Goat wouldn't give • hoot to see it. # # * THAT FELLOW who went through Iowa last year riding a bull has finally made it to Galveston, Texas, He rode the beast from International Falls to Galveston to advertise beef. The Old Goat thought recently he had purchased some of that bull when his steak was tough as an old bull. But .the guy rode him 1960 miles in 11 months. Somehow this seems to be a terrific waste of time and a lot of bull besides. # * * IF CANDID CAMERA would leave those two "hosts" out of the act it would be a better show. The smugness with which they announce tho outrageous picturing of people in distress n ugly in its connotation. Some are funny ha hi and other scenes are funny sad sad. Frankly tho Old Goat with hit too many pounds (but not enough) would probably punch either one of them in the snoot if they tried that funny business on him. This however would never bo shown. (Sy tht way did you notice that titlo if actually made up of four words «•*• can did cam era?) # * * ID SULLIVAN seems to have the best collection in the world of cliches and trite sayings, And he introduces the celebrities (who are no cjoubt greatly surprised to be recognized) with g bunch of Absurdities in superlatives that become meaningless. Some of the talent needs." that "let's hear it now" appeal to the audience to give forth with the hand clapping. The 014 Goat gives i heathy "boo" to rainy acts. Alqona Kottuth Countv THURSDAY, APRIL 1,1965 - ALGONA, IOWA Wins $100 check H*"**' $$$&&&&&**:&. «».';* r » r\*f°f- *******>£ *e 4»vt; ,".""• * -*™*,"*? ;..<^i.f:i;!s,^i/:ia^a .,« * £! R V, P M J* S> Russ Hard grove, left, are shown with Dutch" Honsbruch, right, as they cash this big 4'x8' wooden check at the Iowa State Bank Monday. Mrs. Hardgrove's name was drawn for the $100 check given in conjunction with M6ns- bruch Drugs llth anniversary. Teller, Mrs. Alice Reding center, presented the Hardgrove's with two -$50 bills. The check will be on display at the bank for several .weeks according to president Al Agena. It undoubtedly is the largest in size ever cashed in Algona. Winner of the children's prize, a camera outfit, was Joe Wagner, Bode. Advance Polaroid Photo. . . Fentoncoop elevator has record year Fenton — Paul Voigt and Norman A* Larsen were re-elected Saturday evening to three-year terms as directors of the Fenton Cooperative Elevator. Other directors are Hans Baago, Wilfred Bierstedt, Clarence Osborn, William Jentz, Bennie Berkland and Harold Eimers. The 58th annual meeting was held in the Fenton grade school gymnasium with 300 present. The annual report read by the auditor, Ralph Brause, showed sales totaling $2,342,000 from March 1, 1964 to February 28, 1965, largest in the history. Net savings from operations for the year came to $57,000, of which $48,850 was allocated to patronage refunds. Patronage checks totaling $41,000 for 1960 ;and 20% of 1965 were passed out to the members. Several drawings were held, with Charles.Brown, Ringsted, winning a $25 savings bond. Others . winning prizes were Amos Finnestad, Mrs. Chris Dahl, Howard Bruhn, Mrs. Lyle Hansen, Darrel Dreyer, Gerald Cody,, Norman Nielsen, Marold Schlei, Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Wayne Boettcher, and Martin Berkland. Danny Martyn, a comedian and magician, entertained. Sentral Band Mothers furnished a lunch. HAVE FAMILY NIGHT Walther Leaguers of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, presented a Family Night program March 28. Opening devotions were by the Walther League members. The theme for the evening was Fellowship and Justification. A comedy skit, They'll Do It Every Time, was given by boys who dressed as girls and showed the girls getting ready to go to a Walther League meeting. Boys taking part were Brian Menz, Delond Jentz, Tom Struecker, Robert Krause, Leslie Luedtke and Phil Ruger, Narrator was Becky Hantelman. A band directed by Ervin Borchardt played three numbers. Parents took part in EAPOLIS Know the ^ "*Y ^"^^yrf^*«^3 'MOTOR HOtlS U- L L _ . , For Convenience, For Luxury Accommodations, For Friendliness, For Budget Kales, For Resort-like Atmosphere. Kas- ily Accessible to all Highways. * 105 Delightful Rooms anU Suites * Heated King-Size Swimming J'ool * Complete Hotel Service. * 24-Hour Switchboard * Free TV * Flay Area lor Children * Baby Sitter Service EXCELLENT FOOD in Kedwood Dining Kuum Coffee Shoi>, Cocktail Lounge. Ample Free Perking in , freflt 9t your Boom Singli $ 8.50 to * 9.50 Deuoli |12.$0 to J14.0Q Children Under 12 FREE in seme room with Adults. Win or Write for Reservations Phone (Area 612) 588-4665. HQLJMY mm HQTEt tet. HijbiiM 100 and 55 W«t Nini\e«t>oli! 22, Minniioti Minutts from Downtown — 15 HinuUf from Met SUdium, Home af the T*in» tnd WWnp 70 tjtaitf from Int. Airport the program by telling their most embarrassing, moment. The Leaguers gave a religious play, Justification by Faith, on which an open discussion 'was -held. The program closed with a prayer by Rev. Rex Spicer and a lunch. , . - WIN SPEECH RATINGS Division I ratings were' awarded Saturday to Sentral Community school entries in.radio speaking and play reading at the State Spech Contest in Sioux City. Receiving firsts were Gary Rath, radio speaking, and the cast of the play reading, "Tom Sawyer Wins Out", Rita Luedtke, Mary Lou Larsen, Cheryl Jensen, Brian Menz,. Cheryl Krause, Robert Krause, Allen Hall, and Dale Eldridge. They are to receive a trophy in addition to the rating. Fourteen students participated. Receiving division 2 ratings were Ervin Root, radio speaking, Marilyn Alt, dramatic, and Douglas Kading and Kathryn Ditsworth, orations. Kathryn Schadendorf, who entered in the story telling category, has not yet received her rating because of the late hour at which her entry was completed. LIBRARY FOR CHURCH St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will soon have a church library. It has been a joint project of almost all organizations of the church for a year. It will be along the south wall of the church basement. Current plans are for two bookcases, each 81" by 38", floor to ceiling. They are being built at Sentral high school as an Industrial arts project of the boys in the Wilther League of the church. Each shelf will hold 250 books, and a third shelf or magazine rack can be added, The library committtec of the Aid will soon begin selecting books. The Aid has been setting aside $25 a year for three years. Some members have already donated books. All church organizations have been encouraged to donate money. TEACHER RESIGNS The resignation of Mrs, Jack Lowe as kindergarten teacher in the Fenton grade school Was announced Monday by Supt. D. G. Keoppel. She will teach at Rodman, closer to her home. Guests at Richard Underwood's after the baptism of ion Landon James were the Rev. Oliver Johnsons, Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Gisselquist, Minneapolis; Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls; the Clarence Underwoods, Albert Mitchells. Spdn- sors were Mrs. Zumach and Rev. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Ridgecrest, Calif., who were unable to attend. Sunday evening guests of the Richard Underwoods were the Glen Flints. Terry, son of the Jack Tie- mans, went to University hospitals at Iowa City last weekend for a check-up. He received a good report and is at home. ; The W. R. Wolfes had the Jack Tiemans as guests at Van's Cafe in Algona Sunday for a delayed observance of the Wolfe's 45th wedding, which was in December. . ; ' Mrs. Ernest Berkland was 'hostess for a jewelry party Saturday with Mrs. Marlene Meyer, Algona, as director. Guests included Mrs. Egburt Helland, Mrs. Art Kabrick, Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber, Mrs. Donald Twait, Mrs. Howard Brhun, Mrs. Harvey Henrikseh and Margene, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Airs. Mclvin Berkland, Mrs. David Berkland and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania. The Leroy Jacobsens attended a Bell Telephone Co. convention in Des Moines Monday through Wednesday. The Wilfred Stoebers spent Sunday with the Richard Stuc- kis, Spencer. * The Ed Meyers and Mrs. Lena Luedtke returned* to Fenton Wednesday after two months in Pinellas Park, near St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. E. J. Frank had the Saturday Afternoon Bridge club last week. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mrs. George Jentz, and Mrs. Walter Krause. 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