Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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•••••••••••••••••••••tie THURSDAY, JUNE 3, IMS — Clarion Centennial this week A FELLOW got himself all tangled with a folding chair and sued the owner where he was a guest for $43,000 damages. In the first place a fellow should approach one of those folding contraptions with caution. They are diabolical and hold out until the victim thinks things are set and then whammo. In the second place a guest shouldn't complain when he knows about folding chairs. It's a fellow's own fault if he gets caught in one. He should know better. And it's a poor guest who sues his,host over such a .thing unless he just wants to get the money. . The Old Goat would bet a bottle top the host had insurance. * # # ; A COUNCIL BLUFFS high school senior refused to have his beetle, hair .chopped for commencement and the school authorities said he would have to take hit diploma in private, not with the rest of the class. The boy was making good mo. ney' playing with a long-hair combo and felt cutting his hair would depreciate his allure. Phooeyl If they can't make good music with short hair there's something wrong with the audience that pays for such murdering of music. Maybe the kid should go back to school to learn a few things too, mainly how to get along in this silly old world. DID YOU NOTICE that Dotty got a bit petulent on the "Lane" show the last Sunday? Seems she was trying to crawl out of a "no" and didn't get the job' done when Daly clampec down on her. It was the bright side of the half hour for the Old Goat to see her get a comeup pance. Did the Old Goat's tired blood good. THIS IS THE •eaion for the honorary degree racket in which, the college leaderships demean themselves.;a bit to entice', some moolah from rich gents by giving them an honorary degree in some silly thing or other. Or they do it to get a'big time figure to speak to enhance their image, and get some publicity not involving panty raids. It's a bit of stylised nonsense as well as being completely college stuffy the way it is done. THIS DRINKING MAN'S diet deal has a bit of interest for most men. It's got to do with carbos instead of those nasty calories, and a fellow can drink his lunch and feel he's on a diet. The Old Goat suspects there's more to it than sounds from the title though a few have tried it and it does work — not the drinking part particularly though, the rest of it. The Old Goat likes his round tummy and the way it was accumulated, drink or no drink. But it is an interesting title. ED SULLIVAN'S corny re. marks in introducing what celebrities he can get into his audience are getting more painful with the years, Most CUWON, IOWA CENTENNIAL __ _ i . . . O "•**• vi, uiiAx J_/l w 1 11 Schlois, Fchtofi, was announced as saluiatorian. The Kossuth Bat award for citizenship was presented to James Haftman, son of the Herschel Hartmans, Lone Rock. There were 39 graduates. The address was by Henry Galbreth, Des Moines. COLLEGE GROUP DATED A vocal quartet from Morn- ngside college will give a program of sacred and secular music June 13, at the Fenton Methodist church. The gins at 7:30 p.m., welcome. A CARAVAN FROM Clarion visited Algona recently and their mayor, Mr. Bisbey, is shown above presenting Algona Mayor BUI Finn an, invitation to attend the Clarion Cen- tennial celebration June 6-7-8. A number 1 of special events are planned with a giant parade on Wednesday, June 9, including 100 floats. of this jazz is to satisfy Ed's ego for name-dropping and the celebrity goes along with the racket because of the pub- . licity. The more Ed appears the worse the show, and that's saying something for some of the talent which can't sing but grunts while the orchestra has a tizzy ignoring the music. Have you noticed 'most of the songs are old-timers, from the golaen days of the 1920s and 1930s? TISH TISH AND TUSHI The Weigs,' completed an. 18^ month attended baccalaureate at Titon- book on etiquette is out, compiled by a granddaughter of Emily Post who started that bit of fluff. The Old Goat is not sure which pinky to point when .quaffing tea and doesn't give a hoot anyway. And besides the Old Goat doesn't like tea. The old book was good reading -for laughs. Maybe this one will be too. However ignore doing the hoity toity things the book suggests or people will think you're ot'f your rocker. ^ TJ-IE A^IMALS^Jcombo that appeared Sunday i, is appropriately named. The Old Goat could lear a dog barking,.ca cat with ts tail caught in a door, a moose love-call, and the sound of a bull whomped on the rump with i shovel. Shower dated at Wesley for bride in June Wesley — Ruth Ann Nelson will be given a pre-nuptial shower June 6 at 2 p.m. in St, Joseph's parish hall.. She is a daughter of the Clarence Nelsons and will marry Duane Kelch, son of the Arthur Kelch- es, Corwith, June 19. She is a 1965 graduate of Briar Cliff college, Sioux City. Mr, Kelch is a graduate of Iowa Barber college and is employed in Hampton. Ruth Ann will teach art in Hampton junior high and high school this fall. Mike Weig, son of the Joe course at Hamilton's .Business college, Mason.: City, last week and began work June 1 at the Farmer's;.. elevator jit Cylinder as accountant and bookkeeper. Many Wesleyans attended the alumni celebration at Corwith May 31.,! .;.:, v'.V.',. - •• The Leonard Arndorfers went to Cedar- Rapids to get their daughter Vicki who had attended Mt. Mercy College there. The Elmer Doughans accompanied them to Cedar Rapids. . The .Leonard Arndorfers and Leo Goetzes were guests at Bud Arndorfer's; Algona, May 30 following the commencement at Garrigan of Joyce Arndorfer. ';•. Relatives and•'. friends were guests at a reception at Vincent £isenbacher's, alter Jane's graduation from Garrigan May 30. Georgine Richter, who graduated from Garrigan Sunday, was given a reception at her parental Frank Richter's. A reception for Louis Bleich, son of the Art Bleichs, wasrheld May; 30' in Jhe'^Legion Hall fol- iowirig graduation from Garri gan...,, .. .„. .-,.. .....: •-' • 'Guests at Tom.'-Becker's May 30 for Diane's graduation from Garrigan were the Roger Dou- ghans, Clarion,. Martin Beckers, Algona, Bernard Becker, Albert Lea, Minn., and Linda Schoby, Britt. The David Seabergs and Sue Ann, Charles City, were guests at the parental George Sea berg's over the May 23 weekend and ka May 23. A family picnic was held Sunday at Seaberg's farm home for the May birthdays of the Joe Skows and Kathy, and Dwight and Judy Seaberg. An after commencement party was leld at Geo. Seaberg's May 24 :or Judy's graduation from Titonka high school. program be- and all are cd the Ofval Einspahfs, Webs* tef City, Mrs. James Elmote and Nancy, Algona, the Reuben Lu- cdtkcs, Waldemar Laages, Er- yitt Luedtkes. Hans Baagos, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Lena Luedtke. the Ed Meyers, Harry Haases, rill, the Kenneth Bellingers, the Don Blafichards, William Han< telmafis, Don Rowland, Rev. Rex Spicers, Kathie Devan, Mrs, Elsie Dreyer, Harold Dreyer, Mrs. John Struecker, Bertha Olson, and the Cecil Langermans. More Time For Abbott and daughter, Jean, and Schlei, daughter of the Elwin for a coffee for Ray Jr., includ-Mrs. Edith Hayenga, Kathy Mer* Hichard Mawdsley, all of Al- C " lil ' v4e »-••'-*- -—- ---.... - " * |ona; Mr. and Mrs. Duahe Mawdsley of Burt, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Crouch of Armstrong, Mr. Ihd Mrs. George Hypes of Arm- Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dsborn and David, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon BrowHj Mrs. Jon Johnson, Mr. Richard Panttell and Mr.. Rawland, all of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard and Susan of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Dudley and Joyce of Cylinder. Bonnie is planning on spending the summer at home and has enrolled at Morningside College Where she will major in dietetics. Kossuth county summer state camp and conference delegates have been named. The 4-H'ers were selected 50 per cent on the county report froms which had been submitted and 50 per cent on a personal interview. Seneca young people who will be attending the events include Rodney Jensen who was selected as a delegate to Conservation camp and Brian Johnson, who will attend the State 4-H con ference at the Iowa State University campus in June. Both ar,e members of the Seneca Pro gressive Farmers 4-H club. Soup and chili supper dated i by Fenton group DATE MISSION FEST The Spring Mission Festival will be held at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, June 13, with Rev. Arthur Krucger, Fairmont, as speaker. The Methodist church will start its summer schedule June 6, with church school from 8:30 to 9:20 and morning worship from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. The James Kroughs came on Wednesday to stay several weeks with, her mother, Mrs. Laurnetta Miller, and to visit his parents, the Fred Kroughs, of Swea City. Krough is recovering from injuries received in a car accident in California April 4. The Art Zumachs and Carl Peters had 80 guests at a lunch following Sentral commcncc- icnt Tuesday at the Zumach ionic. Honored were Carol Ann 'umach and David Peter. Guests of the Ray Dreyers fol owing baccalaureate at Sentral Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus entertained Tuesday evening in honor of their daughter, Shirley's graduation from Sentral high school. Guests included Mr. and Whittemore; Mrs. Mr. Leo Wood, and Mrs. Duane Wood of Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Broesder and children of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. William-Bruhn and children of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Ernst of Humboldt; and Mr .and Mrs. A. A. Hildman and girls of Burt. Mr.'and Mrs. A. L. Benschpter of Algona visited the Ohnemiis' Wednesday evening in honor of the event. Shirley is planning on taking a''secre- tarial course at Hamilton Business College at Mason City. She plans to enroll in June. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Mrs. Gene j Fenton — Walther League of St. John's Lutheran church, at Fenton, will hold a chicken soup and chili supper Friday, June 4, in the church basement. Serving will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The menu will include the homemade soups, relish tray and homemade pie. Tickets are on sale for 75c adults and 50c children 12 and under. They may be purchased at Priebe's grocery, Fenton drug store, and from members of the Walther League. There will also be tickets on sale at the door. 'Profits are to be used by the League to send a delegate to the International Walther League convention in July at Squaw Valley, Calif. Members planning to I attend are Phil Ruger and Brian Menz. FAREWELL PICNIC ^Jhe M. Y. F. and the choir o the. Fenton Methodist church families, had a pot luck supper Friday in the park. It was also a farewell for the Clayton Wolffs, senior M. Y. F. counselors, who are leaving the community. There were 65 present. NAME CLASS LEADERS During commencement exercises Tuesday evening at Sentral Dennis Dahl, son of the Chris Dahls, Seneca, was named as class valedictorian and Elaine WITH A WORK-SAV NO DRIVE ONE TODAY! Algona Implement Co. HI. Commercial Street ALGONA FATHER'S DAY JUNE 20 FATHER'S DAY JUNE 20 FATHER'S DAY JUNE 20 ot Ul z 1/1 CK Ul Z . m 5££ JHf IXCI7IMG MINNtAPOLIS and stay at W, R, FRANK'S MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just i UinuU* From Ppwntgi*n jn4 Mpls. 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