Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 13
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••••§••••••••••••••••••* Alqona Kottuth (ountv \ J IURSDAY,MAYa7,WS--Ai.OONA,iOWA^ ^^ V SIIMS THAT Phyllis Mo Guire, one of the singing sisters, has been a bit cosy with an underworld character and got quizzed by a grand jury. One of the surprising things in life often is to find out that someone admired in the past comes up as being a bit on the too human side. It's disconcerting, .particularly because the Old Goat has been an admirer of the sisters' singing act. They sing the songs like they are written instead of grunting and messing up the melody flatting and sharping. There was no evidence of hanky panky on the part of Phyllis, but the Old Goat is a bit sorry about her choice of; friends. As she said—she's afraid it might hurt the act— and maybe it will because there will always be a nagging question now when listening to the group sing. There's too often a guilt by association feeling in such cases, whether justified or not.' WELL, WHADDAYAH KNOW! A fellow who got a divert* get visitation rights to his dog! The judge allowed him two hours each Sunday with the pooch. It just proves that, like in the old west, a man thinks more of his dog and horse than he did of his wife. (The nag doesn't nag!) However stranger than that is the fellow who once upon • time get visiting rights with his 16 cows. Now there's a •commentary on the wife! Maybe he designed it that way to emphaciie his feelings for her but it's a nasty way to get even. Well, maybe the wife can teach the dog to bite him whfn he comes a calling* THESE YOUNGSTERS on those ^JJontJa, JBotpr_bikes, and similar xmeans^6f^"autbmotive Services for Ida Kueeker, of Letts Creek Graduates Darlene Breidert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Breidert, Rodman, formerly Algona, will graduate from Concordia Teachers College, Seward, Neb., June 5. She has been assigned to the Concordia Lutheran School, Kirkwood, Mo., beginning with the fall term. power seems funj but it to have makes lot of fellow mighty nervous ; seeing the chances they take in traffic. There's a tendency to .heck with the rules of the road and a darting in and out that is downright dangerous. Probably it's the youth angle but when a fellow gets. ,a girl riding back of him he's inclined to show-off too much to make her squeal. Anyway the Old Goat observes the fellow gets the girl in a mighty close situation especially when he puts on the brakes. But, for all of that, they take too many chances. There's danger there too—lots of it. THE ROYAL MOUNTIES in Canada are doing away with their spurs. Seems they dig holes in the car carpet, and the Mounties rarely ride .a horse to get their man now. Also they are dispensing with boots and the fancy pants and wear long jobs just like people now. Thus passes one of the glamour outfits into merely another police force. What a pity. SO THERE was an "exhibi tion of boxing," This was about as silly a deal as human beings can engage in. When people pay to see a couple of gents try to knock each other silly it doesn't speak too well of the, human race, And the chatter between the two camps prior to the blood-letting is juvenile and maybe infantile. It should never be taken seriously as the sports pages seem to do, If these writers stopped to think they'd see how ridiculous they appear too. Phooey! • ; ' . -•• 0 ' CITATION for the worst commercial of this week fend almost any other week too)—the afticin dreadful This includes the innerds showings by other Titonka pupils are given honors at awards night Titonke — Award Night and eighth grade promotion were held-May 18 at the school auditorium. Seventh grade awards were presented by Lyle Patterson. Mrs. Doris Sathoff gave 8th grade students their awards. Honor student was'Cheryl Cunningham and best citizen student award went to Donavan Giesking. Darrel Beenken gave the eighth grade class symbol to Tim Schmidt. Promotion certificates were presented to 28 members of grade 8 by Supt. George L. Roberts. Members were James Bahling, Darrel Beenken, Barbara Boeckholt, Calvin Boekelman, Karen Brandt, Robert Brandt, AivvinrnjBufkhart, ^(Stieiyl ; -Guri ; hingham, Penny 'Countryman, Joanne' Engelbarths, Donavon Giesking, Russel Harms, Haverly, Donald Hilbert, Ida Kueeker, 70, Lotts Creek, died at the Good Samaritan Rest Home Saturday, May 22. Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon in Whittemore with Rev. A. E. Vehling officiating. Burial was in the Lotts Creek cemetery with McCullough's in charge. Pallbearers were Wilbur Wichtendahl, Herbert Potratz, Leo Kollasch, Martin Potratz, Vernon Reisner, and Lynn Balgeman. Ida Kueeker was born in. Whittemore June 28, 1894, the daughter of Christoph and Emilie Ostwald Siems. She was mar ried to Edward Kueeker March 18, 1915 at Whittemore. Mr. Kueeker died in 1942. Surviving are five sons and three daughters: Kenneth, Tor- ranee, Calif.; Lucille, Mrs. Jess Farr, San Diego; Calif.; Gertrude, Mrs. Harlan Balgeman, Lyle, Minn.; Kermit, West Bend; Gerald, Cylinder; Willis, Woolstock; Dick, Algona; Jean, Mrs. Donald Gerdes,•• Titonka. One son and one daughter are deceased. \ Also surviving are 29 grand? children and two brothers artd three sisters; Dora Haack, Fen> ton; Lydia Wichtendahl, Whittemore; Tillie, Mrs. Noah KeiS' ner, Algona; Envin Siems, Whittemore; Warner Siems, Evans* ville, Ind. One brother and two sisters are dead. Miller, Clint Patterson. Officers are: pfesidfeht, Douglas Black; Vice, Duane Peter; sec., Linda Fairbanks; treas,, Nancy Becker. Advisors arc: Fred Hilton and Erna Grover. »M«eoee+eee»M»ooooe»o Honor society for Burt high school formed Burt — Friday at the Burt high school gymnasium, the ini tial induction ceremony was held for the Burt chapter of the National Honor Society. Twenty students were elected to the Burt chapter by the faculty of the high school. Selected are: seniors, Mary Harms, Jean Mescher, Patsy Zwiefel; juniors, Jane Barslou Nancy Becker, Douglas Black Merwyn Cunningham Jr., Linda Fail-banks, Joe Fries, Victoria Koestler, Robert Lovstad, Robert Ortman, Duane Peter, Jean Wood; sophomores, Nancy Ackerman, Paulette Arend, Diane Hoppus, Judy Larsen, Diane St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner «»»»»»»«»e»eeeooeoeoeeee Mrs. Alphonse Berte had her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. John Thul, Mrs. Tony Becker and Mrs. E. J. Gales receiving mzcs. Mrs. John B. Reding will lave the club June 3, The Joe Brofers, Fort Dodge were tViday catiefs with the George Wagners. The Jack Morrisseys, Dfts koines, spent the weekend here with Mrs. Morrissey's parents, the John Bcrtes. The George Wagners called Sunday at Bancroft with relatives, the Aft Schiltzes, Jake Beckers and Henry Zeimets. John Frellngcr entered St. Ann hospital in Algona Monday as a medical patient. The Dean Dodds, Algona, have a son Murl Dean born May 12 in St. Ann hospital. Murl Dean has a year old sister Debbie. The Raymond Kohlhaases, St. Joe, and William Doddses, Algona, are the grandparents. The Lonnic Millers, West Bend, have a daughter, Kristin Ann, born May 11 at St. Ann lospital. They now have 2 girls and one boy. The Eugene Thuls, St. Joe, and Wayne Millers, West Bend, are the grandparents. The Dodge, Renee, Robert Zeimets, Fort have a daughter, Robin born May 10 in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. This makes two girls in the Zeimet family. The Garland Bradleys, Algona, and Eugene Zeimets, St. Joe, arc the grandparents. The Nick and John B. Redings, Redings, Algona, St. Joe, were Monday guests at George Wagner's. The R-Nu 500 club met Thursday with Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Receiving prizes were Mrs, Peter Kirsch, Mrs. Tony Wey dert and Mrs. Ed Bormann. Mrs. gona. Ralph Reding has the club June 24. Joseph Nicholas Bormann, son of the James Bormanns, born May 4, was baptized in St. Joseph's church May 18 by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Ralph Bormann and Mrs. Ralph Bormann who was proxy for Mrs. Glenn Naser. The Thomas Altmans have a daughter born May 22''at St. Ann in Algona. They also have a son. The John Altmans, Algona, and Felix Thilges, West Bend, are the grandparents. The Hubert O'Briens had as guests Sunday the Raymond Hyleks, Rockwell, Kay Hylek, Clear Lake, the Arnold Hyleks, Daughtery, Gene Lemkes, Irvington, and Ronald Hylek, Al- Big Double Holiday coming up... visit Sheakleys for sure euimum Jean Rodney Isebrand, Carol Janssen, ienry Mayland, Mardean Meier, )arwin Michaelson, Stuart 'annkuk, Keith Rode, Ann Sex- .On, Joleen Sleper, Jocelyn Stecker, Julia Stoddard, Paul Tapper, 'Cheryl Walrod and Barbara Zwiefel. pain-killers, definitely. They give a pain x The senior Class poem was read by Sharon Eden. Terry Myers gave 9th grade awards. The senior class will was read by Keith Brandt, after which grade 10 awards were presented by Loren Burnett. The llth grade awards were made by Floyd Welander. The senior class prophecy was read by Linda Krantz, and Mrs. Bet ty Brandt gave awards to grade 12. A special FFA award went to Roger Tjarks by LeRoy Jorgensen. Principal Robert Sinclair presented outstanding achievement awards: Citizenship, Carolyn Engelbarths and Keith Brandt athletics, Keith Brandt and Pa tricia Welander; dramatics, Ver lus Burkhart and Linda Fritz music, James Rode and Carolyn Engelbarts, $113 IN CANCER DRIVE Mrs, Gerrit DeWaard, rura chairman for Buffalo twp. 1965 ancer drive, reports contribu- ions of $113.50. Those who helped were, Ted DeBoer, Jr., Arnold Brandt, and Mesdames, George Alke, Lester Eden, Merle Hoover, Eugene Huff, Carl May- and, Arthur Peterson, John S. Rippentrop and E. VanWilden. EIGHT CONFIRMED Titonka and Doan Methodists had confirmation services May L6. From Doan were James Jahling, Cheryl Cunningham and Barbara Zwiefel; from Titonka, Calvin Boekelman, Mar (Jean Meier, Ann Sexton, Julia Stoddard and Cheryl Walrod. BEFORE YOU BUY... MAY WE SUGGEST YOU RENT OUR CROWN PRINCESS FOR A FEW MONTHS. SEE WHAT IT IS LIKE TO HAVE REAL SOFT WATER. Sun season and fun season all start with the Memorial Day weekend . . . summer wearing has just begun . . . for playwear, swimwear and fumvear, see Sheakleys great line of sportswear . . . topped by the fine Catalina line. f LINDSAY LINDSAY SOFT WATER 5-3755 Algona SPECIAL PRICES ! ! New Heavy Duty AIR CONDITIONERS ABOUT AU the Old Goat gets out of this ballet stuff on the. Sullivan atrocity is the fact the girl doesn't have too many clothes on. The poor man looks fj- Silly »§ he mu ^ &el. What the prawcing may mean. escape? the, 014 Goat who gave it a good firy.tbe last twp Sundays. At thM tt was better than the grunting by some of the led singers Ed favors. WHAT WOULD happen to baseball and such games if the newspapers, quit playing it up eyejry day and ignored the ties of the muscle gents? Titonka Woman's club met Thursday with Mrs. Homer Pqwns. Mrs. Henry Orthel gave a travelogue on Ireland- The VfW Auxiliary 4 with Pizabeth Gerdis. May Poor pro? was won by Pora Prand.t Cub Scouts an4 families haq a picnic supper at Lions park Monday. This was the final meeting until the pack re-ofgan ijes in the fall CATFISH — A 23 Ib. catfish caught by/ Jim Van Praska p; Grinnell at Piamond Lake las week probably is the catch in the state. turfs up for the,. luadnis set Two piece surfer, st trim. §16.00, et. $13.00, tjo|k 100% pylon in on-me-move V-neck slec surfer with contrast piping, $3.50 Back zip gabardine Jamaica, $4.00 L. Print scoop tank top, $4.00 Back zip gabardin 15" short, $4.00 all 100% cotton absolutely.,, fine iv dandy .*. • ••• * Textured needlepoint knit boyleg 1 , two tone trim. Collon/uylon, $17.00 "T'^'nw"" 1 1 TON 1'/2 TON SEE Taylor Implement Co V^^PF (IBM HHllHi 11111111 •M VHIIJ IJHHi 1111 1^1^ "Algona's Fashion Center for Women and Girls" ALGONA

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