Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
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••••••••••ooMeoeeeeeeee D. t. D. *ooeeeeeeeeeeee*ee«eee«* MEM! HEHI HEHI The Old Goat got a reaction about the item of the long-haired high schooler in Council Bluffs not getting his diploma with his class. She writes: "I have yet to see a picture of Albert Switzer or Carl Sandberg, two intelligent notables, with even the semblence of a hair cut." True —but they weren't graduating from high school. And as far as Albert is concerned about all he has is on the sides. Sure, a haircut doesn't indicate classroom achievement but it does indicate' Something, and that something was what the school board and the Old Goat objected to. And the Old Goat is well aware most husbands get nagged to the barber shop and perhaps this writer's husband is no exception. AND WHILE THE Old Goat is in the business of riling up people he might just as well comment on those gosh awful tight pants the young girls are affecting. They look awful, and a bit indecent. And darned few girls have what it takes to look good—most are the reason women in the past have been called "broads". Grandpappy would say they're about six axe handles wide. Grandma didn't need that kind of an outfit to catch grandpa, and while grandpa might have been in for a bit of a shock when he found out he survived or you wouldn't be among those whooping it up now. Anyway the Old Goat thinks they hurt woman's image. FOR HEVVINS SAKESI Those astronauts didn't brush their teeth after each meal and didn't have any '• of -;.those deodorants that kept them sweet for 24 hours or more. How in the world can the advertisers stand for that! THE DOCTORS, according to a report in the big paper the other day, are having an ..argument whether the panty girdles the women are wearing are too tight or not. The Old Goat suggests as a test that until their eyes start to pop they're not too tight, or that's what it would seem after sneak looks at the advertisements in the female maga- lines. There seems to be a rule that a woman must wear the things, but who made the rule is a bit vague but it's probably the advertising guys. Anyway, the Old Goat thinks Popeye's idea was best: "I am what I am and that's all I am." Anyway if the gal's eyes seem a bit popped it just might be it might. AJqonq K<muth (ountv ^•»«BHSBaBBS«aftiiiiliBSiiiBillMttBa^BMIllilBH^ **• THURSDAY, JUNE 10, IMS - ALOONA, IOWA v \ J ^S~\r Final Sentral honor roll of year Is posted Fenton —• The second semester honor roll for Sentral Community school of Fenton lists 56 junior high and high school students with no grades lower than a B. Eight students received straight A's: Dennis Dahl, David Frink, and Becky Hantelman, seniors; Gary Rath, sophomore; Marlin Berkland and Mary Ellen Ditsworth, freshmen; and David Marlow and Linda Ullen- svang, eighth grade. On the B-plus honor roll were Marilyn Alt, Mark Berkland, David Eldridge, Dennis Gross, Jim Hartman, Michael Hassel, Lynn Menke, Elaine Schlei, Marlyn Steinberger, Tim Struecker, Bonnie Wehrspan, Nadine Weisbrod, and Carol Zumach, seniors; Janelle Bailey, Phyllis Cherland, Judy Kraft, John Luedtke, and Jim Wiener, juniors; Kathryn Bierstedt, Mary Lou Larsen, Rita Luedtke, Mary Mienke, Janell Newbrough, Ervin Root, Richard Shaw, and Candace Vaudt, sophomores; Susan Blanchard, Gene Hartman and Teresa Voigt, freshmen; James Bollig, Theresa Kennedy, Cynthia Lockwood, Steven Schlei, and Paula Wiener, eighth grade; and Jerome Bailey, Keven Brace, Bruce Gerhart, Peggy Kauffman, Diane Luedtke, Linda Sunde, and Mark Voigt, seventh grade. Students with straight B's were Judy Hammerstrom, Shirley Ohnemus, and Nancy Walker, seniors; Janet Hammer- Strom, Alan Luedtke, and Diane Pompe, juniors; and Owen Kerber, freshman. PLAN MISSION FESTIVAL Mrs. Edwin Greinert reported Thursday to the Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fair- yille, on Lutheran Home Finding Society, Fort Dodge. The lesson was by Rev. Clifford Bliss. The spring Mission Festival is planned for the morning worship JuneolS; with'a-pot luck dinner and Vacation Bible school program at 1 p.m. Guests of the Aid were Mrs. Greinert, Mrs. David Bliss, and Mrs. Leo Wood. Hostesses were Mrs. William Bruhn and Mrs. Joe Culbertson. HELP FOR NIGERIA Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lucille Norland, chairman of the sewing project for Nigeria, reported. Two afternoons, May 10 and 17, were spent at the church basement making hospital supplies, while others have contributed from home. Rev. Rex Spicer contin- ued a study of the church liturgy. Hostesses were Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. James Meyer, and Lizzie Meyer. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Lena Luedtke and Mrs, Ervin Krause. REORGANIZE CIRCLES At the first meeting of the new year for the Methodist WSCS the new president Mrs. Merle Voigt presented a past president's pin to Mrs. Lyle Newel. Mrs. Fred Mortenson led devotions and the lesson was by Mrs. Derwood Voigt. Special music was by Nadine Weisbrod. Circle reorganization meetings were held after the business meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs. Warren Jones, and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. GARBAGE PICK-UP Donald Hurlburt, town marshal, announced the town's garbage trucks will begin twice weekly pick-up of garbage set out in the alleys Monday, Jane 14, and that the trucks will make the routes Mondays and Fridays for the rest of the summer. The Jim Harrises, Goleta, Calif., spent a week in Fenton visiting. She is a granddaughter of the Sam Warners, who now live at the Turner Nursing home in Armstrong. Sunday they took the Warners to visit Mrs. Otto Ohm, Estherville. Decoration guests of the Fred Mortcnsons were the Sam Warners, Armstrong, and Jim Harrises, Goleta, Calif. Guests at Mrs. Bernard Kramer's Friday for Shelly's fifth birthday were Mrs. Jerald Waite, Tammy and Jeff, Mrs. Stan Berkland and Tania, Mrs. Roger Frink, Mrs. Kenny Krause and children, Mrs. Vic Dreyer and girls, Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger, Shelly and Kim. Jacquelyn Jo and Diana Lynn Otto, granddaughters of the Henry Schultes, are staying with their grandparents for two weeks. The girls live at DeWitt. •H-H'-H 111 r M.-H..H-H-HH- A COUPLE OF gents from Virginia were taken for $25,000 by the old magic box trick in which money is doubled or tripled, so the gyp artists say. Actually it disappears, and so do the operators of the box, The Old Goat doesn't waste sympathy on the two Virginia gents. They had larceny in their souls too, and they deserved what they got. Of course the Old Goat wants the other crooks caught too. To heck with all that kind of stuff. THAT BUNCH OF judo** in th« Mlif U. S, A, contest didn't seems ie impressive. In fat it was i bit difficult to see why fomt of them hid been chosen. And •* fer as tht decision is concerned thty must have gone eenie meenie mini* mo, The Old Goat pick' ed at least two others much more attractive than the winner, but the Old Goat hat no more qualifications to judge thin did these characters who did it, Anyway, the Old Goat checked and found ill tht contestants wire girlf. WAR IS JUIT what General Sherman called it. Now psycho guys are getting a devilish weapon ready— a loud speaker sys- teni which beams &e voices of nagging wives at the enemy. The Old Goat isn't so sure of this— maybe the eneray will consider the army not so bad alter all! 'BO The secret of economy, said a wise man, is to live as cheaply the first few days after payday as you do the last few days before the next one. We had thret and one half minutes of hail ond my 62 acre crop was gone, This year I will know better and be prepared, Is it true that Bohannon's can insure my crop at lets than 3% of crop value. A "danger when wet" sign should be hung on every drinking driver. We've made great medical progress in the last generation. What used te be merely in itch if now in allergy. Bohannon INSURANCE AQENCY AlfOfli low* Shower given by Fenton group for newlyweds Fenton — A newlywed's show,- er for the Roger Bakers was held Saturday evening in the Fenton Community Center. Mrs. Baker is the former Judy Geitzenauer, Fenton, and they were married March 13 in Maryland. Baker is in the navy. There were about 85 guests and the evening was spent playing 500. High prizes were won by Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl and Wayne Boettcher. Hostesses were Mesdames Robert Loss of Algona, Norman Finnestad, Amos Finnestad, Lawrence Geitzenauer, Harry Haase, Donna Schiltz, Kenneth Bollinger, Rudy Hanover, Fred Mortenson, Larry Alt, Don Shaw, Wayne Boettcher, Edwin Wichtendahl, Ervin Gremmels, Gene Tietz, Ed Tietz, Marion Stucki, Leo Ramus, Glenn Householder, Marvin Luedtke, Wilfred Laabs; and Bill Hantelman. Baker left Monday for Norfolk, Va., where he has been transfered by the navy. Mrs. Baker will remain in Fenton with her parents, the Delbert Geitzenauers, until further plans are made. Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Fern, and Amanda Schutt, Fenton, and Mrs. Leo Kinnetz, Emmetsburg, attended graduation at Blue Earth for Judy Sorenson Thursday. They were guests of the Marcell Sorensons. The Wilfred Stoebers and Marion Stuckis were Wednesday guests of the Richard Stuckis, Spencer, for a joint party for Julie Stucki's birthday and a farewell for Dennis, who leaves soon for the air force. The E. L. Vauxes, Fairmont, spent Sunday with the Louis Weisbrods. Sunday guests of the Henry Schultes were Bud Prives, Hutchison, Minn., and Chris Temp- lins, Hackensack, Minn. Mrs. Tcmplin is a sister of Mrs. Scluil- tc, and the Templins were guests there until Tuesday. Weekend guests of the Harry Haascs were the Beii Haycngas of Marysville, Calif., the Bud Grosses, and David Edmonds, Phoenix, Ariz., are at the Haase home Sunday for a two weeks visit. Marcia plans to stay with her grandparents all summer. The Frank' McFalls and Mrs. Wendell Rusch spent the weekend in Cedar Rapids at Herbert Weiske's, where they attended the confirmation of the McFall's grandson, Kent Weiske. They were accompanied back by Paula Weiske for two weeks visiting her grandparents and aunt and uncle, the Wendell Rusches. Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna Mae went with the McFalls to Swisher, where they visited the Larry Menzes and attended the baptism of twin baby boys, Bradley and Brett Menz. Anna Mae remained at her brother's for the next week. The E. C. Weisbrods visited Sunday with Stanley Munch, Jackson, Minn. Monday luncheon guests of the E. C. Weisbrods were Alice and Waldo Denker, Lester. The Forest Whislers, Webster City, were Monday callers at W. R. Wolfe's. Sunday evening the Lloyd Kerns and Mrs. Amanda Kern were guests of the Clarence Ya- gers for David Yager's sixth birthday. Lu Verne MM. William Bigings Gome... see what's new at Sheakleys! Zip yourself into • fun Uden shift of dramatic colors and you'll be • package of fiinipn wherever yog go. Made of combed COtton with optional belt, •£ AO SHEAKLEYS "Algoni's Fashion Center For Women & Girls" At Harold Meyer's for Km- tine's confirmation were her sponsors, the George Studers, aunts, the Paul Maascs, Herman Hinzcs, LuVcrnc; Mrs. Grady Hinson, children, Arlington, Va.; the Leonard Wilsons, Livermore; Ernie Meyers, Whittc- more; Mrs. Orville Ramus, daughter, Fort Dodge; the Keith Smiths, Humboldt; the Jack Me- Clellans and Becky Watts, Lu- Verne. Mrs. Bernard Coyle starts Tuesday as bookkeeper at the LuVerne elevator. Elclcn A. Guess is the manager. The Alvin Webers, LuVerne, and the Earl Chambers, attended commencement at Cedar Falls Friday. Their daughter-in- law and daughter, Mrs. Charles Weber, formerly Nancy Chambers, was a graduate. She will teach this fall in Waterloo. A reception was held at cousins, the David Pals. Mrs. Bert Ramus visited Wednesday to Sunday in Decorah with her parents, the L. C. Seims. Mrs. Ramus is on vacation from Iowa State bank, Algona. The Robert Lee Martys, Oxford, Neb., came Friday to visit his parents the Edwin Martys here, and her family at Austin Minn. The John BoeMses, daughter Mrs. Stanley Gcnrich, visited Sunday with the David Morrises, Evansdalc. The grandson Kelly Morris returned with them after a week here. , At George Sthnstief's I*; Jane's confirmation were her sister, the Charles Merkles, and aunt, the Elmer Schnetzers, Renwick. Lori Wiftrneier, Fort Dodge, visited last week with her grandparents, the L. C. Wittmeiers. Above all, your wedding reflects you, clown to the smallest detail. When choosing the bridal station- cry for your wedding needs, let our services guide you. Advance Publishing Co. 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