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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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••••§•••••*••••••••••••• D. t. D. Oeeeooe.eeeeeeeeeeeeeoee GOODNESS GRACIOUS but what these designers of female clothes come up with to sell the product! There was an intriguing advertisement in the big city paper the other day which featured a swim suit described thusly: "Brief swim shorts beneath the devastatingly llared wrap skirt." The Old ooat took an embarrassed look at the picture. After looking at it the Old Goat came to the conclusion it wasn't a "brief swim" but a "brief shorts" that was meant. And also it is a bit confusing to know how the "devastating" bit came in on the flared Wrap skirt. It would probably be devastating to old goats who were raised when women wore clothes, but the modern generation wouldn't get much shook up over it. And it is a cinch the wearer isn't trying to devastate the likes of the Old Goat. Why is it the women want to devastate someone anyway? LOUIE ARMSTRONG'S band get cut short in its appearances in England fey the musician's union over* there because th« United ' States unions had put a hox sign on such groups as tht Beatles and other goofy long-haired kids coming ovor here and grabbing all th« moolah. The Old Goat doesn't think much of Louie Armstrong's music which is off-boat and consists mostly of a squealing trumpet when the guy isn't wiping off his lips. However it should start a war. Those limeys shouldn't send him back so soon—we've suffered enough. However if we have to choose between . Lduie and such things as the gosh-awful Beatles we'll take Louie. He hasn't any. more hair than the ' > '' thinly; "The American male goes to school so he tan go to Wdfk So he can retire! and with retirement he is' mentally re< tflfded compared with his aged wife 61 some other old woman who never had time to retire." The Old Goat has trouble understanding these head-shrinkers. Does his reference "other old women" mean, the guy who re< tires intends to trade his wife in another model just as old? And this "mentally retarded" bit on the nasty side—alter all the dope worked all his life to provide. a home and food for nis family and enough to retire on. Is this mental retardation? Some of these head shrinkers need a lesson in living down out of the clouds with the rest of us retarded jokers. And phooey on this idea the wife is superior to her husband. Such a talk! Men have enough trouble as it is. THAT TELEVISION shew This Was the Week That Was is new just "was". It went off the air the ether night and it won't be missed. It was pretty mean stuff designed to harpoon anyone and everyone for the questionable amusement of the masses. It teemed a bit like the gillotine in France where the populace whooped it up while the heads were chopped off. Most of it was petty stuff, and the final show was no exception, biting the hand that fed it all these months. NOW THAT IS downright silly—a man's hair goop tnat. advertises on TV the women go mils just from running their fingers through it. If tne Old Goat had enough hair left he might try it just to disprove the advertising claim. Once it was said TV advertising was aimed at "the 12-year-old mind. It's, now slipped'back to 10 years—at least. DOTTY CAME on the show the other Sunday with a hair ribbon like the girls used to wear back when she was a girl a century or so ago. And she wore what looked like a nightgown. Her clothes are furnisned as an advertising gimmick by a designer. The Old Goat wishes he'd design one that went over her head too. THAT GREAT "sporting" event, the Liston-Clay "boxing exhibition" is now set at Dedham which is said to be in Maine. It isn't far enough. What do the promoters have against „ Maine anyway? . Alqona Konuth County I ' /-nr—r-nmr-mmrrr-Tn-T'iinm in n i « i •nnnr—irrirmirnrrrnmimlrimn f*> THURSDAY, MAY 13,1«65 - ALGONA, IOWA - vance Winners of prizes at local show SOME PSYCHOLOGIST was quoted in the ciity print, recently THE TWO GRAND prize winners at the Algona Auto Show last weekend are shown accepting their prizes. Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon" Curly" Simons, Emmetsburg. His name was drawn as the winner of the free car and he Is shown at Schultz Bros. Garage picking out a new Pontlac. Mr. Simons is postmaster at Emmetsburg. He and his wife had kidded about winning the car but retired aboutr9 p.m. and were aroused out of bed by a phone call from the Floral Hall telling them of their good fortune. They didn't get-back to bed until 1 a.m. . Pictured below are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koppen, Whittemore. His name was drawn for the Grundig Stereo and he and his wife accepted the gift at the North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Monday morning. The couple have three grown children and he is a retired feed mill operator. . (Advance Polaroid Photos). 'tans for the swimming lessons with students from Fenton be- tig transported lo Armstrong Monday and Thursday, and jotic Rock students going to Swea City for lessons on Tuesday and Friday. Children must be at least six. years old to be eligible for the swimming instruction. Thc starting dates will be announced later. Thc summer baseball program includes pec wees (under 12 years of age), midgets (under 15) and high school. Players must supply their equipment, except for bats, balls, and catcher's equipment which arc fur nished by thc school. SCHOOL CLOSING DATES Thc Sentral Schools will hold baccalaureate services Sunday May 23, and commcncemcn 1 Tuesday, May 25. Both programs will begin at 0 p.m. Commence ment speaker will be Henry Gal broth, associate executive direc tor ot thc Iowa Association o School Boards, DCS Moines. He will speak on "Back to Funda daughter, the Alv'm Zutnachs. The Carl PYiobes returned fhufsday from Fort Myers, Fla., vhere they spent five months in heir winter home. They stopped in Alabama and visited with the Rodney Church group at Titonka has held M-D tea Titonka — The Good Hope Lutheran Aid held an annual Mother-Daughter Tea Wedncs day. Mrs. Leonard Lccck intro duced a varied program in which both mothers and daughters participated. The program was closed by a candlelight service. Hostesses were Verna antl Elida Circles. CLOSE CLUB YEAR v Titorika Federated club held j mentals"". Mr. Galbreth was cdi the final meeting of the club tor o{ thc m(UanA schools mag He now year Thursday at Edward Boyken's. A 6:30 picnic was held, after which a business meeting and entertainment followed. Other hostesses were Mrs. E. Brandt, Mrs. W. Baade, Mrs. A. Rode, Mrs. K. Krantz, Mrs. M. Ricks, Mrs. M. Oestcrreicher, Mrs; F. Welander and Mrs. V. Wenger. .heir grandson, 3 riebcs. The Clarence Wcgeners and Vtrs. Ida Dreycr were recent Sunday guests at Roger Drcy- cr's, Sioux City. Ricky Allen Schmidt, son of the Kenneth Schmidts, Estherville, was baptized Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church here. Sponsors were Mrs. Dennis Schmidt and James Schmidt The Ray Priebcs, maternal grandparents, were hosts following the services and guest? included the Carl W. Priebcs Art Priebes, BUI Wcisbrod, the Fred Schmidts, Rev. Rex Spic ers, Kathic Devan, the James Schmidts, Mrs. Dennis Schmid and Barry, the Kenneth Sch miclts, and Donald Priebes. John Schallin's 80th birthda vas observed Sunday with quests the Donald Radigs, Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Mrs. Emma Dreyer, Mrs. Emma Radlg, Mfs. Esther Hintz. the William Boett* chers, William Busses', Herbert Potratzes, Art Zumachs, Leslie Baxters, Ben Schmidts, Allan Gross, and Kent Vaudt. Prizes at 500 went to Mrs. Donald Radig, Mrs. Art Zumach, Herbert Potratz, William Buss, and Leslie Baxter. Saturday callers with Mrs. Emma Dreycr and Mrs. Marie Dreycr were Mrs. John Schal- lin, Mrs. John Gramenz, Mrs. Louisa Lieb, Arnold and Ella, Marie Burt, Larry Dreyer and Nancy, and the Mennet L. Trunkhills. Sunday guests of Mrs. Emma Dreyer and Mrs. Marie Dreyer were the Robert Kltners, Forest City. Callers were the Delbcrt Gcitzenauers, Mrs. Dean Loss and children, Algona, and Mrs Anna Presthus, Algona. Mrs. Anna Ohm, and Drcyer's children from Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! NOW IN STOCK ANNUAL PLANTS — GERANIUMS, PETUNIAS, Etc. — Nice Selection Of ROSEBUSHES Many Varieties Still In Stock! ^^~>^*-<->^^~*s**s~*r*^^~*s*^'*^-^^ Duncan's Garden Center Just North of Catholic Cemetery East of Algona HOURS; Daily 9 to 12—1 to 8 — SUNDAY Afternoons mass at St. Joe for Arthur Illg St. Joe — A Solemn Requiem high mass for Arthur G. Illg, 60, was held in St. Joseph's Catholic church May 7, at 10 o'clock. Rev. Luke Becker, O.S.B., Mountain Grove, Mo., was celebrant with Rev. Nicholas J. Becker, Granville, deacon, both cousins, and a nephew, Rev. Charles Bormann, as sub-deacon. Rev. Donald Reis and Rev. William Devine 'assisted. Rev, Leo C. Schumacher, St. Joseph's Parish pastor, gave the funeral sermon. Casket bearers were Alfred Thilges, Sylvester Wagner, Bernard Thilges, Herman Illg, Bernard Thilges, Leonard McGuire and Orville Wagner gona. .was in charge with burial in St. Joseph's cemetery. The Dennis Hilberts, Denver, Colo., came Monday to the parental John Hubert's. Dennis mil assist his father with farming. CD of A met Wednesday at 8 o'clock for a regular meeting with the election of (Officers. In charge were Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Marvin Sawyer, Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Jim Stahl and Mrs. Paul Thilges Sr. The Jim Bormanns have a son born May 4 in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. They have a son Patrick, 22 months. Mrs. Anna George, Barnum, and the Nick Bormanns, Livermore, are the grandparents. Delmer Plathe is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona since May 3. The Ed Bormanns were Mother's Day guests at George Ham's, Ames. Mrs. Ham, the former Alice Bormann, is a Hamilton Funeral Home, Al- daughter of the Ed Bormanns. WED 49 YEARS The Ernest Petersons were surprised for their 49th wedding when their children honored them at a dinner at Johnny's Steak Harbor in Humboldt Sunday. Present were the Lowell Bentlys, Wayne Koppens, Rake, Gene Petersons and Richard Petersons, Ft. Dodge, Merle Petersons, .Larry Peterson, and Sharry Bredlow, Clear Lake. Titonka Woman's Club had the senior girls for an annual meeting Thursday evening. After the meal Mrs. Max Goldman, Forest City, was speaker. Doan Methodist women held a Mothers Day Tea Thursday with Titonka Methodist Women as guests. The Harlan Harms have a son born April 14, 6 IDS. 13 oz. Mrs. Anna Alke has gone to Heritage Rest Home, in Bancroft to make her home. The Gary Michaelsons have moved into her home in Titonka. The Legion Auxiliary met Monday. Hostesses were Mrs. Senus and Morris Isebrand. Summer program is planned for Fenton children Fenton — Instrumental music lessons and a summer recreational program. will be continued this summer for students in the Sentral district. The program is sponsored by the school district and no charge is made for the lessons given by Warren Jones. Depending on the number rolling, private instructions may be limited to grades 5 through 9. Older students will be given the music lessons if time permits. Lessons will begin June 7 in the Sentral high school building. Lou Paulson mil be in charge of the recreational program. azine from 1944-61. edits the Iowa School Board Bulletin. Rev. Rex Spiccr, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will give the baccalaureate sermon, True Greatness Lies in Serving. Mrs. Dagmar Newel, Algona, attended continuation of her grandson, Roger Hanscn, at the Fenton Methodist church Sunday. She was guest of Roger's parents, the Arnold Hansens. The Fred Jentzes were Sunday guests at Donald Berkland's, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Dora Schwarzenbach spent Mothers day in Humboldt at'her daughter, the Edmund Krapps. . The William Hantelmans spent the weekend with her parents, the W. B. Schmidtkcs Morristown, Minn. Saturday guests of the Donald Priebes were Stuart Butterfield Minneapolis, and Mrs. Jean E Olson and children, Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. The John Theesfields return ed to Fenton May 3 after the winter in Mesa, Ariz,, where they own a home. They left here Nov. 24. They visited severa' days in Lake View, with thci Welcome Summer a Straw Hat Styled with distinction .. quality- crafted of the finest materials. These are the straws you'll wear cityside ... countryside ...always in perfect taste for business or social ED REDING Phone — Livermore 379-1224 Address — Irvington .... as a new businessman in the Algona area. 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