Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
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•••oteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Alqona Koiiuth County THURSDAY, APRIL I, 1965 - ALGONA, IOWA fi D. t. D. •••••••••••••••••••••to** THE OLD GOAT has considerable sympathy for the men prisoners in a state institution at Memphis, Tenn. Seems the prison clothes are made at a woman's prison somewhere else and the women are eitner mad ai tne men or tney uou't give a hoot now tney make tne pants. The prisoners In iviempnis, men that is, sent this petition to the women in tne lemaie prison: "Please, ladles, coum you locate the pocKets so we could nnti them without taking our pants off?" The Old uoat suspects tne darlings nave an idea men wear siacKs or stretcn pants line the gals wear. And no selt-re specung gal would ever put poc kets in lemaie pants wmcn are apt to bulge, so maybe tney are making mem Uiataway. seems that would come under the head 01 cruel and inhuman punishment prohibited by tne constitution so it is. HARLAN MILLER has been retired by the Kegister & Tribune, and the Ola Ooet is going to miss him. 'I here were times when HarUn spoiled the whole day with his comments and others wnen the Old Goat approved. Now the Old Goat is going to have to get used to another guy to get mad at. One thing aoout him—he stirred the Old Goat up occasionally and sometimes the correspondence, private that is, was more interesting reading than wriat got in tne paper, riarlan has been a fixture so long tne Kegister doesn't seem the same, out that's progress perhaps, though the old Goat is getting 10 the age wnere mat progress.deal gets a wee bit alarming. SEEMS AS HOW the-people who'liKe to iigu?«J"havei come up with the report that halt of tne people in tne United states are unuer 2u years bid. Tnat means there's a necK ol a lot of people! in tne younger generation to take a dim view 01 oldsters. And it may explain wny ail tne commercials on television are aimed at tne poopsis or something like that generation. And it may also explain why the beat conies direct from tne darkest African jungle as far as music' is concerned. WHAT IS THE appeal of the Beatles and such long-haired blokes yelping to the beat of the guitar anyway? The Old Goat was never a girl and never understood them any. way, but gosh, way back when, girls didn't squeal like they do today. It is difficult now to tell the boys from the girls except when they squeal. (Probably they can, but it isn't easy.) There doesn't seem to be a brain cell working—and these are what we depend upon for the future. Of course it is probably true the Old Goat is getting to the stage where anything that happened in the last 20 years didn't amount to much no how. But one session of Hullabaloo makes the Old Goat wonder where they put the muscles in the newer generation, and being new the Old Goat of course doesn't approve. It's heck to get old. BARS AND SALOONS in California which feature both drink and food have a gimmick to at' tract the customers in which some of the places have the waitresses wear topless bathing suits. Seems some of them have been hauled into court and a judge is going to have to make a ruling. The problem is to find an outraged citizen to make the necessary complaint. And in California those citizens easily outraged don't go in such plao es. So the gendarmes are having some trouble making the law stick. Frankly the Old Goat isn'1 easily outraged, but by golly he wouldn't give a boot to have a waitress come a bobbing along with his food. It takes all to make a world why this kind? Bode woman dies Friday at Ft. Dodge Bode — Funeral rites for Mrs. rikka Arne, 89, longtime resident of Bode, were held at 2 p.m. Monday at St. Olaf Luthran church. The Rev. M. O. Kraabel offi ciated, Burial was in the church cemetery. Mrs. Arne died Friday evening at Ellen's Convalescent Health Center in Fort Dodge. She was the mother of Mrs Ingvald Sandal and Mrs. Jess Ramert, both of Fort Dodge. In addition she is survived by an other daughter, Mrs. Gladys Holland, Milford; six grandchild ren and eight great grandchild ren. A native of Norway, Mrs. Arne was the former Erikka Rolland She came to the United State; and Bode in 1892. She was married to Knuti Arne in 1895. They farmed a Bode until their retirement 31 years ago when they moved in to town. Mr. Arne died in 1946 Help 4-H r ers Auxiliary in No. Kossuth is kept busy Swea'Eegk — VFW Auxiliary has been busy the past few weeks. Members have served three elevator dinners; Lions club dinners every two weeks, a regular project; had a cancer benefit party netting $14.50 donated to the cancer fund; in addition to the monthly donation of $2.50; had a bake sale, served lunch for the Lions-Legion basketball game netting $30 which was donated to the American Field Service for the foreign ex[change student fund. The Auxil- ary will be hostess to the next 10th District meeting in June. There will be election of officers at the April meeting. Mrs. 5. 11. Montgomery sent 12 bed pads, 2 pairs of scuffles and 3 balls of carpet rags she had tnadc to the last meeting. These will be sent to V. A. hospitals in the state. Mansons. Laurel Petersons, Tl. K. Petersons, Mrs. Elizabeth Holm and ilussel, and the August Brandts. The Wegners were presented with a purse of money. The Wegners will move to a farm he has rented in Minnesota in Silver Lake township. They will have a Fairmont address. They have two daughters of pre-school age. The O'Orecn brothers have rented the farm owned by Mrs. J. P. Peterson,Albert Paul. The Marlin Pauls joined them Sunday. Jerry Wegner had major surgery Friday morning at the hospital at Estherville. He expects to be released this week. Parents who are afraid to put their foot down usually have children who step on their toes. who with her son, John, will occupy the house. Mrs. Carl Schaubcrger was at the hospital at Esthcrvillc following a penicillin reaction. She was there for 5Vz days returning home Thursday. The Ronald Frasers and Robert Andersons, all Waterloo, were weekend guests of Mrs. PICTURED ARE Mrs Eppo Bulten, leader of the U-Go-1- Go 4-H club, Debbie Bulten,.a member, and Frank Saiter, who helped with the teaching at the meeting. 4-H leaders and members recently attended training schools at Swea City and Algeria 6n use of color, and,tools for painting. This is a part of the training for the girls 4-H emphasis this year on home furnishings: Frank Saiter of the Davis Paint Store and Bob Watson of Read's Furniture, provided films and training at these schools. wuvwjWi/yvwuwwy%vuwjvv^VbV-sv' .wWAVUSMAVWI/V-"' FAREWELL PARTY ! The Jerry Wegners were given a farewell party March 29 at Harvey L. Larson's. Guests included the Walter Petersons, Carl Andersons, Walter Hanses, Marlin Hardts, Everett Johansons, R. S. Mathers, Lawrence HS before you spend more. • • EASTER VALUES! Open Your Charge Account .NOW! HIY YOU GIRLS who use las year's detergents aren't with i at all. Seems every one is new and improved and gets thing whiter than anything almost Wonder how they got by selling that poor stuff last year? before you spend more ... compare Penney's own collection 21 The brightest Spring coots boast Austelle labels — reefers, belt-backs ... so many more! We combed the market for superb woolens — tweeds, boucles, checks, frothy weaves —all you could ask for! Every.coat sports precision seaming, exacting cut, generous hems, handmade buttonholes. Bright new Spring colors! SISTER FASHIONS BY CAROL EVANS STAY crackerjack crisp Delightful two-somes — our own oxclusives — stay fresh and shapely, thanks to Fortrel® polyester and Avril® rayon! What terrific Easter buys! Shop Penney's and save! A. Duster 'n dress B. Jumper 'n blouse 7 to 14 ------------- 7.V8 3 to 6x ______________ 6.98 3 to g x ________ _ 5,93 BOYS' STURDY SMPQN , , . WITH PiNTRIQ* SOLE! T'STRAPPIP DRESS SHOE FOR SIRtS NEWS: POINTED MOe-TOi FOR PRESS UP 5 99 3 99 9 POINT TOES THi SMART T-STRAP WAY Smooth leather uppers, Pen- tred® Polyvinyl outsole and heel! Ready to take the rugged daily wear boys '11 give it! Sizes QVz to 3, p. Black or white patent vinyl in a shoe that goes with all her dress up outfits. Composition outsole and heel. Choose sizes 8% to 3, C. 1? — D & C For men with a flair for style. Quality, smooth leather uppers, leather soles, rubber heels. In burgundy or black. Sanforized® to stay fresh. Try gored strappers for style . . . sleek comfort! In smart black crushed leather, foam insole, composition outsole — 5'4 to 9 — B & AA. 'rtWWV»W*W^iV«ViWiV»V.WiW^ it's Ben Franklin EASTER BASKETS! The purest chocolate, the/fluffiest marshmallow, the freshest flavors are found on our brim-full counters- shop TODAY for the sweet treats and delightful surprises to light up their faces on Easter morning! o Shop here for beautiful and unusual Easter Baskets and made up toys. Choose from our wide selection. Priced from 49c. AMMMMAAAMMAAAAAMfl Jelly Bird Eggs 29 C Ib Creme Eggs 5e Marshmallow Eggs 39 Ib Chocolate Novelties Plain and Decorated lOcup MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMWMfMIMMM See our choice selection of hand decorated candies. Bunnys, eggs, chicks. A treat for everyone. Priced from 19c, MMAMMMMAM Easter Party Goods . Everything you need for gay parties and trimmings. nnnnnnniUUUUUUUUUUUUUWVWMVVVVMV^ LIVE EASTER BUNNIES '1.49 luuuuififlniiiuuinjvvvvuuuuuuuinniuww LIVE COLORED CHICKS ..... 15c jyiiu^ifliuifliviniiflitfvvvvvuuiivuuuuuuuuw We have complete selections of Easter Baskets, Grass, Toys, Egg Dyes to make your own Easter Gifts, Shop Here for All Your Easter Needs- GAARS BEN FRANKLIN LOCALLY OWNED BY GERALD, BOB, SHERRI and VI BOMGAARS

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