Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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••*•••*•*•••••••••••••*• Alqona K<muth ^*MWMBlilMMMlMBMMaKfiHMBHlBaMeKMMaBlMIBB01i THURSDAY, MAY 6,1965 - ALGONA, IOWA D. I. D. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee SAN FRANCISCO is getting mighty uppity with the cable cars. Seems the powers that be in the cable car operators take a dim view of women riding the running boards and hanging outside the cars. That's a time-honored practice of men, who for years take delight in hanging on the outside of the cars. Seems now the women want to do the same, probably on the theory they can do anything a man can do or even better. Cable car operators fear the narrow heels will not stability, handbags the gals carry could wump a passerby as the car ambles along. The Old Goat would advise the cable -people the best way to have the women ride the running boards is to tell them they can't. One thing the women won't stand for is give much -standing and perhaps those sex segregation except they want it. So .there., when ISN'T IT STRANGE the af- faction people hive, for inanimate things? Take a man and his car for instance. If the thing balks he makes excuses for it, and he brags more about his car than he does his wife, and family. And trading one in is akin to trading off a child except that the new one immediately captures the owner's complete loyalty. Many a person has said — "there goes my old car" — fondly. To the owner his car, his TV, his radio, his working tools, his home, and all the other things he owns are best. ' Sometimes 'a ' fellow can get away with 'criticizing a man's family aut never his car or the things he owns. Twin Rivers holds junior - senior prom April 24 Bode —Twin Rivers junior-sen' ior banquet and prom were held April 24. This year's theme was "Evening in Paris." The gym was transformed into a street scene in Paris. Special features were the sidewalk cafe, Eiffel Tower, flower-cart, awnings, shrubs, stone walls and street lights. The Band Mothers served the three course dinner to 120 guests. Waiters and Wai tresses Were sophomores, dressed in French attire. The program; announced by Bob Cooper, included the welcome by Peggy Olson; junior president, response by David Graaf, senior president, solo, Mary Lou Olson, prophecy by Jim Oppedahl, farewell by Supt. L. M. Miller./The junior class sponsors were the Dennis Andersons and Bennie Skillern. CIRCLE MEETS DATED Circles of St. Olaf Lutheran church are dated. Gleaners May 12 at 2:30 at Mrs. Ernest Berge's, Mrs. Pearl-Barber assisting. Young Matrons, May 12 at 2:15 in Fireside Room, hostesses, Mrs. Vernon Alexander, and Mrs. Dick Matheson. Altar Guild May 13, at 2 o'clock at Mrs. Leo Holland's, Mrs. A. C. Rossing assisting. Ruth May 13 at 2:30, dining room, hostesses, Mrs. Laura Enger, Mrs. Julia Halvorson. Mary Martha May 17 at 8 p.m. at Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud's, Mrs. Richard Bakken, assisting. ATTEND GOP MEET The Humboldt County Republican club had a morning coffee at the home of the president, Claudine .Mansfield, April 28. Attendance was good and after the coffee Mrs. Mansfield gave a comprehensive report of her recent trip-to Washington, D. C. where she attended the national convention. Mrs. Bernice .Olson, cd the made. garments they have Swca Eagle MM. Kenneth Irene* Engaged Terry Nelson, son of the Rob> ert Nelsons was in a group of 50 who left April 23 for Washington, D. C. and the United Nations. The Rev. Worthie Ushers, LuVerne, were sponsors for this group on this study f Baptismal rites were held for Kelly Sue, daughter of the James Jacobsons, born March 17, at St. Olaf Lutheran church, Pastor Kraabcl officiating. Sponsors were the Allan Wehr- spanns, Ottosen, and Kathy Jacobson. The Donald Larsons, Kansas City, Kans., were Easter guests at the parental Art Christianson's. Holland Christiansen and John Fickner flew from Kansas City, Mo. Saturday landing in Grefstad Bros, field. They gave many members of the family rides. They flew back from Algona Sunday. The Pastor James Jensons; Wilsall, Mont., were weekend PHOOEYI NOW they are hav ing a birth control deaL.foc.the several, million pigeons in New York City. Seems the society that's against such, things screams too loud when the police shoot the birds so now they are scattering grain with a chemical that inhibits the male bird. It has no effect on the female pigeon who happily lays her eggs that will never hatch. The Old Goat is no lover of the 'dirty birds. Where a bunch of them roost soon becomes .worse than a pig pen. And unforunate- ly the pigeons love human company, and instead of roosting in the woods like a well behaved bird should they roost in town buildings, barns, and so forth where they are not wanted. • THE MOST AMAZING shows on the idiot tube are the hullabaloo and the shin* dig deals. It makes a fellow feel mighty old to see those dancers (if that's what they're doing) waggle, wobble, gyrate and shake all over. The Old itage, silly even for the teen set to stand off a few feet from each other and wiggle like they had ants, Time was when evincing meant a fellow had a chance to get a girl in his arms without snide and jealous comments from the stags, With this modern jump-around business it's impossible to tell who is dancing with whom. Besides it's too strenuous, That one girl who goes nuts in the cage in hullabaloo probably has the go-go-go spirit but what a way to earn • living! THE ROLLING STONES on the screen Sunday night prov ed something or other, what it proved is fearful ....to contem p)ate. To think these longhair yelpers get big money for that junk is a sad commentary on this coming generation, besides making people who hive to work for a living mighty mid The Old Goat would like to give each a butch haircut and then see bow the girls would, scream Phpoey! vice president, poured at the from MR. AND MRS, Clifford George Butterfield announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Jane, to Mr. Davd L. Willou- ryJane*, to Mr. David L. Willou- Willoughby, of 230 North Weller St., Ottumwa, Iowa. Miss Butterfield is a 1962 graduate of Algona high school. She attended Iowa State Univer- ity arid is employed at the Lincoln Press in Waterloo. Mr. Willoughby is a senior at Iowa State University majoring in Distributive Studies. An August 29th wedding is planned in the First Lutheran church at Ottumwa. The Butter- fields are former residents of Algona. Bode were: Gladys Aasheim, Grace Aure, Roberta Engel, Ruth Gangestad, Ellen Kinseth, Helen Kraabel, Helen Miller, Bernice Olson, Hazel Olson, Josephine Rolland, Margaret Rood and Viola Thomson. HOLD STYLE SHOW A style' show was held in the Twin Rivers gym April 27 by 80 girls in the sewing classes under the direction of Mrs. Dennis Anderson. They model .lai!.- . v.i.fvU..'**. •».' Vfc.-i. "' •••'!.»'" * guests at the parental Art Jenson's. Pastor Jenson left for Annandale, Minn., Sunday for raining to teach youth leaders for summer camps of Lutheran church. Mrs. Jenson and son are visiting her parents in Pocahontas. Mrs. Leon Gangestad attended D.A.R. at Mrs. John Olson's, Liver more, Monday. The Ed Opheims, Northwood, spent the weekend visiting Esther Opheim and Mrs. Selma Opheim. The Burton Roods visited the Harold Roods and Roy Johnsons, near Humeston, and her parents, the B. H. Barnes, Lamoni last weekend. The Clarence Bathkes, Harold Bathkes, Norfolk, Neb., visited the Harold Hansons Friday to Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Bathke is the Hanson's oldest daughter Twila. Students in glee club, choruses, and band gave a musical program Wednesday in Twin Rivers school gym. 95 — William P. Manning, Rock Valley, was honored there April 4th on the occasion of his 95th birthday. He is living at Valley Manor, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ducr and family were dinner guests at the Cart Ducr home at Ring- sled. Other members of the family there were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel and family, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. John Pendel" ton of Kansas City, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schauber- gcr had her sister and family, the Harold Inglets of Ledyard as guests Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Darrcl Newlin and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Lorlmer Bjorklund and family, Mrs. Albert Paul were Easter dinner guests at the Marlyn Paul home. Afternoon guests were her two sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hegland and Carol and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skartvedt and Judy, all of Radcliff. Lewis Johnson, son of the Mervin Johnsons spent Monday and Tuesday at the Holy Family hospital as the result of a drug reaction. He had been an appendectomy patient prior to the ^reaction and had been home for •a few days. ! Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson and children were Easter guests 4 at the W. E. Stows at Humboldt jOther guests were the Cecil iGodfredsons, and Mr. and Mrs 'John Watts, Jr., •boldt, and Mrs. ;Ames. all of Hum' Anber Stow, Wednesday evening last week, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen and Mr. and Mrs. Cassie Anderson dined at the Redwood Cafe to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kvamsdale and Pastor Bernard Hellend were last Monday supper guests at the Walter Magnusen home. Pastor Hellend was guest speaker at the Immanuel Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hammer of Cedar Falls were Saturday and Sunday guests at the Dar- fel Bishops. Other guests Sunday were Rev. and Mrs. S. Hammer of Gilmorc City, and Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Bishop to help the 5th birthday of their granddaughter, Carmen. Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson were Sunday evening callers at the Darrcl Bishop home. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bahmann of Milwaukee, Wis. spent Thursday to Monday at the home of her parents, the Cecil Thore- sons. Easter dinner guests at the Thoresons were her mother, Mrs. Minnie Jensen, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schribcr and James of Sac City, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jensen and family, Lake City, Mrs. John Anderson, Lohrville, and Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Jensen and family, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. William Christcn- sen were afternoon and evening guests, Mr. and Mrs. Art W. Larson and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Larson and family, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Sharon Johnson, Iowa City, were Easter guests of Mrs. E. G. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Green and family, and Mr. and Mrs Willard Harris were Easter dinner guests at the Harry Larson home. Other guests were rela lives from Fairmont. Easter dinner guests at the Wallace Dawson home were his >arents, the Walter Dawsons )unnell and his sister and fam ly, the Kenneth Hansons o Odin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer and family were Easter supper guests at the home of her sis* tefs, Beatrice and Joan Lodden at Estherville, and other guests were a brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lodden and family, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. OrvilJc Thorc- son entertained Mrs. Otto Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. jarscn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski and amily, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Hoi- comb; and Mr. and Mrs. George King and family of Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen were in the cities to visit ,hcir daughter Sharon and attended the Ice Follies, Terry Johnson, son of the Truman Johnsons, with his parents, went to Fort Leonard Wood to report to begin an 8 church last Wednesday. Sunday through WIRING Connected or Corrected ', UTT ELECTRIC "JIM UTT" "^ > Phone 295-222S Goat is way past the sti but it does seem a bit silly THE OLB GOAT'S pet hate on the telly came back on what's my line Sunday amj look ed h'ke she left the hospital too soon. Anyway she wasn't tfto sharp. The credit for setting the set on fire should go to Qerf, for as far as the Old Goat is con cerned Dotty is a bit pfl the sold potato side and couldn't get up steam in the Old Goat e*cepj the mad kind of steam. So there Algona Implement Co. week training period In the Na- .ional Guard. Me has finished his basic training. The Johnsons visited a nephew, the Tasker Johnsons, Springfield, Mo. 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