Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
Page 18
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••*••«••••••*•••••••***• WHEN YOU haven't much to do and wonder how to use the time it's some fun to make words out of other words, but j keeping the letters in the same • sequence. Take a word like j "Department" which is otten I seen. In sequence—that is not I shifting one letter out of its i place—the words "depart, part art, me, men" are easy to sec. j In the word "executive" right; in the middle is the word "cut" j which is probably the main duty \ of an executive. Quite oitcn j such inner words have a real' meaning. For instance take the j word "courthouse". Dropping j the c, t, h, and o what is leu { is "our use". What is more ap- j propriate? It's a silly game the i Old Goat has been playing in J idle moments for years, and it passes the time when waiting— i glcrs were Mrs. ftetta Elglef, the Dr. E. W. Kuskes, and Judy Eiglcr, Marshalltown. Lois Voigt, Cedar Palls, was a weekend visitor at Clifford Douglas's. Peggy Voigt also was a Sunday guest. Peggy Voigt was a weekend guest of the Dale Weisbrods. Easier guests of the Derwood Voigts were the Dale Voigts, Gary Bleckwenns, Art Voigts, ^-ALOONA (Iftw*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL M, 1HS and Dale Weisbfods. The W. R. Wolfes were guests Sunday at Jack Tiemari's. The Paul HudsoflS Went to Omaha for Easter weekend to visit at their soft, Fred's, afid with their daughter, Mrs. Ar- vclla Volentitte and family. They went to attend the baptism of thelf great grandchild. foster guests of the Albert Mitchells were the Chester Scores, Pfimghai 1 ) Marian Satis- tains find Alice Score, Minne* apolis, and the Richard Underwoods. Mrs, William DeWall, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Ernest Berkland, and Mrs. Melvin Berkland were Thursday guests of the Dorcas Society at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew. Bill Jolley is spending two weeks leave ftom the U,S.S. England with his parents the Dr, W, W. Jolleys. Bill has just completed a tour of duty to Hong Kong, Japan and Viet Nam. The Wendell Rusches spent Sunday at Prank McFall's. The Walter Krauses were Easter guests of the Loren Mil* lers, Pairmottt. the Curtis Luras spent Easter with her brother, James Hughes, at Veterans hospital in Minneapolis. Sunday guests of the Emil Bierstedts were the Jim Meyers, and Bryan Willmerts, Albert Lea. Mrs. Wilimert and girls visited over the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Meyer, and her parents, the Bierstedts. HARRISON'S ANNUAL GADGET SALE IMM»UI»lHltiiMiillill||||Ml)iJ||M|<|<|M|^^ 36 HANDY GADGETS TNAT EVERY HOUSEWIFE CAN USE ONLY 88e I Janet Banwart married Janet Kay Banwart. daughter say in a check out line while the of Mr _ and Mrs _ Walter Banwart women ahead count out the pennies in the bottom of the purse. DOG ON IF the Old Goat didn't miss Dotty Killgallon a couple Sunday nights. Seems the fun has gone out when he can't snort quietly at her. It wasn't the same with another in the chair. The Old Goat hasn't gotten around to hate the Thomas youngster who panelled once, though her father is definitely not one of the Old Goat's favorites. Which all goes to prove perhaps that we are as comfortable in our hates as we are in the things we like. We get disturbed* when T the objects are removed. My,my, philosophy yet! The Old Goat is cracking up. / WHOEVER DESIGNED those blankety blank tax blanks had a grudge against the whole live al danged human race. And some ming. silly joker in the tax department once testified a man could fill out that blasted form 1040 in 20 minutes! (if he did he'd end up in Leavenworth or Atlanta before he could get his teeth adjusted.) Heck it took the Old Goat longer than that to know which page to start on. As for the instructions the Old Goat is stupid, but golly not THAT stupid.' — I— HEY NOW! Someone is kidding the Old Goat. They sent him a form to fill out for the "Social Register of Iowa". The Old Goat isn't even sure which pinky to point when holding a tea cup. (The Old Goat's method is to grasp the cup firmly in both hands.) Social Register yetl Suppose the members all have to wear those monkey suits — the men that is. And the women wear something that looks like it'd be a disaster any minute? Such seems to be the high sossassity that might get in the Social Register. The Old Goat prefers the Des Moines Register to get mad at, and sometimes the Old Goat is about as socially acceptable after reading it as an irritated skunk. Maybe if the Old Goat would buy one of the books he could sit on it and get a bit higher in the world. of West Bend, and Roger Lee Knoblock, Rock Rapids, were married April 4 at the home of the bride's parents with Rev. Paul Banwart officiating. Matron of honor was Mrs. Dean Banwart, West Bend, and bridesmaid was Mrs. Roger Aberle, Morrill, Kan., sister of the groom. Kenneth Knoblock, Rock Rapids, served his brother as best man. and Dean Banwart, brother of the bride, was groomsman. An evening reception for 350 was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride graduated from the West Bend "high school and the Ft. Dodge Business college. She had been employed- by Carlson Farm Management and Delia Welter, Attorney. Mr. Knoblock graduated from West Lyon school. They will live at Lester where he is far- Shower given at Fenton for a Hay bride Fenton — Sandra Gilman, Fairmont, who will marry Bernard Laabs, Fenton, Monday was given a miscellaneous shower in the Fenton Methodist church. The program featured a comedy hat skit, with Easter bonnets made from kitchen utensils and other odds and ends modeled by several women and girls. The articles making the hats were given to help furnish her kitchen. Nadine Weisbrod sang a solo, accompanied by Mary Lou Larson. Mrs. Harlan Elmers gave a reading, and Fern Laabs read an original poem about hei brother Bernard. Kathy Mortenson played a piano solo and Mary Mienke played a piano solo. The wedding is scheduled foi May 1 in the Immanuel Lutheran church, Fairmont. Hostesses were Mesdames Delbert Geitzenauer, Lloyd Berkland, Ray Priebe, Eldon Hantelman, Roy Peterson, Fred Mortenson, Arnold Laabs, George Mienke, James Laabs, Marion Stucki, Frank Thilges, John Fuhr, Cliff Haase, Algona, Virgil Wolf, Bancroft, Marion Reese and Jim Bishop, Curlew, Gladys Scarce and Lloyd Nelson, Laurens, and Amanda Schutt. FENTON FORWARDS MEET The Fenton Forwards club met April 12 at Diane Luedtke's. Talks were given by Debbie Bierle and by Marlys Wichtendahl. A demonstration was by Kay Dreycr. They plan a three-day outing to Okoboji about June 22-24. Sandra Secgc- barth and Linda Krause were nominated as delegates for district conference, and Joyce Serkland was chosen to go to state camp. Committees were chosen for the. Mothers Tea. Visiting mothers were Mrs. Edwin Lucdtke and Mrs. Robert Krause. Sunday guests of the Paul Ei- CORKIE HOT PADS Set of two hand silk-screened in lasting colors; won't slide, won't scratch. Assorted designs and colors. 6" and 8" diams. lie DRAWER DIVIDERS Set of 2 dividers, expand from PLASTIC RUG RUNNER REDI-STRING TWINE DISPENSER CUTTING BOARD 3-MINUTE TIMER TEAK BOOK ENDS BROOM COVER DUSTER RADIANT HEAT PLATE BAG AND UTENSIL RACK ICE CREAM SCOOP ICE CRUSHER Genuine oiled teakwood book For ceilings, walls, floors, etc. Makes every pot a double Keeps folded bags of various For serv | ng uniform 'dainty Heav y cas t aluminum highly ends, on a metal base. Add a ... ,, . , u , boiler, spreads heat evenly, sizes neatly against closet door. polished hand crusher, crushes touch of elegance to any home. Won f scratcn - Hand or ma ' eliminates scorching. Fits all Hooks for tools, cleaning uten- P°'f«°ns. Also ideal for mashed cubes handi | y for iced drinks lie chine washable Acrilan. lie burners. lie si|s, etc. . lie potatoes, salads, etc. lie lie Typewriters +Rental +Service +Sales We have • complete Typewritei Service — Rental of used machines, service for ALL machines and sales of new and used typewriters, SCHOOL and OFFICE SUPPLIES CORNER SHELF Early American design, maplo finish. lO'/i" high, 8" wide. lie TWO TIER WALL SHELF Early American design. Maple finish. 12" wide, 10'/ 4 " high. lie SILICONS OVEN MITTS KITCHEN SAW SHARPY KNIFE SHARPENER Heat and soil resistant. New Cuts meat bones, hams, chops, Professional quality sharpening frozen foods. Many daily uses, element for razor sharp edges. High chrome steel. lie Mounts on shelf or wall. lie ....,.,-., . , " mmized finish, Silver and gold. Set of 2. lie JAM JAR Beautifully decorated jar with wood cover, bamboo handle, and plastic spoon. He DECORATED CUTTING BOARD Beautifully ideal bread, SPLATTER GUARD TISSUE BOX COVER "TALA" STEAK TENDERIZER CARVING AIDC ICE CREAM SPADE ifully decorated board, Protects stove, kitchen walls & Made of white stitchless quilted Softens tough steaks, roasts, Holds roast in place while cor- Mirror poHshed ^aluminum ice , f0 e,c $nC , i 23 / ; le x atS( ;, / : h . eeS05 ' :rhan f d°y m wit r h QS e e ,ectHc ne mix A er: ™ teri <" wi ' h ™° «™<°«°"- other meats. Cast aluminum. By ™^^^<^ S" ^S^'^^ lie Folds flat for storage. lie lie "Tola" of England. lie ished aluminum. lie Sle THE FELLOW who crashed his plane into a bar where his wife was working because he was mad at her seems to be overdoing it a bit. All he did is get himself conked out. About the only thing it did to his wife is scare the daylights out of her. It all goes to prove a fellow who gets into an argument with a woman always loses. But this fellow overdid it. There's no known way for a man to win an argument without putting his foot down and then he's apt to get one of those spike heels rammed through his foot. THAT BIG DOME in Houston is causing nearly as much of a controversy as the dome is big. It causes baseball players to lose flyballs in the glare of the sunlighted roof, which is about as good an alibi as can be imag ined. Anyway it probably will be jimdandy for night games Maybe when the Old Goat vis its his grandkids he can see it anyway ONE OF THi big puzzles to a man is why it is necessary to wash towels all the time? Isn' the user clean and only nice clear water left? Well, isn't i clean GARDENERS Garden and Lawn Supplies" Garden Seeds Lawn Fertilizers Garden Fertilizers Lawn Grass Seeds Seed Potatoes Garden Tools Garden Tillers Glad & Begonia Bulbs SEED POTATOES NOW IN STOCK! Algona Flour & Feed South Phillips St. Algona DRIP PAN CERAMIC BUTTER WARMER 2-PC. BROILING PAN HANDY ORGANIZER CAKE BREAKER CUP-CADDY Keeps your oven clean, catches Hand decorated ceramic pot 2-pc. smokeless family .size Holds letters, notes, bills neat- For perfect slices of angel food Terrific space-saver — stack juice, gravy, overtlow, etc. and candle holder, black wire broiling pan. Will give complete s ^' issQ °° Set ° n c o ^^ ™ Black crumbling. Chrome finish. ' CUpS ' sa ' ely in space °' one ' Heavy duty aluminum. 88c stand. lie drainage. 11" x 16". lie or White. lie Me Won't tip. Chrome plated, lie BAG CADDY ENGLISH LAVENDER TERRY COASTERS HEAVY DUTY EXTENSION 7" PINKING SHEARS ADJUSTABLE BOOK RACK SACHET SPRAY Terry-cloth jackets, fit any size C ORD Durable and easy cutting pink- Handsome brass-finish rack Stpre bags, papers, etc. neatly Freshens rooms, closets, or glass, protect furniture from 15' extension cord with heavy _ with sliding end holds from 2 and out of sight. Attaches to clothes with a delightful fro- wet glass rings. Assorted col- rubber insulation, for indoor or in9 s hears f° r home service. j o |Q books firmly upright. any wall or closet door. Brass grance. 6 oz. aerosol can. lie ors. Set of 8. lie outdoor use. 18.2 wire. lie Evershorp blades. Iff He finish. ||c HARRISON'S "AllMi't LMiiic V«ri«l» Slow"

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