Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1967 · Page 9
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Divorce Sometimes Best-Even for Kids ; By Abigail Van Buren ton A '* '**' * CWCifi TrtNl »- N - V - "•«» »"*• ""-I , DEAR ABBY: I am 11 years old and I have a problem. My mother and father are getting a divorce. My mother has a lawyer to fight for her rights, and my daddy has a lawyer to fight for his rights. Why don't us kids have lawyers to fight for our rights? The court says you have to live with your mother or your father. I want to live with both of them, but nobody asks me anything. What can 1 do? RICHARD DEAR RICHARD: Your letter eloquently expresses the Si it. many chlldren when thelr Parents divorce. Your rights," however, do not include forcing your parents to live together whether they like it or not. I don't know what the circumstances are in this case, Richard, but most parents don't like dividing their families any more than it likes to be divided, but they have apparently decided that this decision is the best for all concerned. DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a neighbor who gets up bright and early on Sunday morning to cut his grass with a power lawn mower? I once mentioned [kiddingly] that he snouldn t, 'work" on Sunday. He said it wasn't "work," it was exercise - SLEEP RUINED DEAR RUINED: Tell him [and this time NOT kiddingly] that he is -disturbing the peace." [This grim phrase could throw a scare into him. I P.S. I think anyone who uses a power lawn mower before noon on Sunday should be forced to shave with it. DEARABBY: Is there any way to find eut if a person who was born in another country and claims to be an American citizen REALLY is a citizen? He has lived in this town for about 25 years. I don't want that person to know that I am trying to find out, but I am willing to spend up to $100 for this information S '8 n me . "GOOD REASONS" DEAR "GOOD": Your local bureau of immigration and naturalization can provide you with the information you seek at no cost. But be prepared to divulge the reasons for your inquiry. It is up to the bureau chief to decide whether your "reasons" are "good" enough. ;', / DEAR ABBY. We are a one-car family, so my mother drives my father to a corner about 2 miles from home, and a fellow employe picks him up there and gives him a ride to work. Dad is dropped at that same corner every evening between 4:30 and 5:30 [the time varies], then he calls home for someone to drive out and pick him up. He rings the house, lets th ® P h ? ne r .i«g twice u andtherche hangs up an.d,st,yes,the dime, i It [seems that everyone we ever knew calls our house between 4:30 to 5:30. When mom answers, she can't hang up until she's told the caller all the latest news. My father gets mad because the line is busy, gives up, and walks home. And naturally he's in a bad mood all evening. How can I, a teen-age daughter, keep peace in the family? NO JOKE DEAR NO: Stand phone guard. When it rings after 4:30 YOU answer it, and tell the caller you are expecting an important call, and to please call back after 5:30. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. GROUP PICTURES for your Class Reunions Family Reunions ETC. Mike Stillman CALL 295-3380 OR 295-2424 CONVENIENT ARRANGEMENTS AND LOWEST RATES. Marilyn rlogan of Nbitteniore married in Ea$t Whltttmort — Marilyn Mie Hogan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hogan, Whittemore, and Anthony Thomas Cannistra, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frances Cannistra, Brooklyn, N. Y., were married Saturday, May 20. Rev. Emerson Moore was celebrant at the Nuptial Maus at Holy Family, the Church of the United Nations, New York City. Miss Patryca Harbison, New York City, roommate of the bride, was maid of honor. Mr. Frank Cannistra, the bridegroom's brother, was best man. Judith de Stephant, New York City, friend of the bride, sang Psalms from the Old Testament. Mr. John Grady, with the Metropolitan Opera, was organist. A cocktail hour and dinner followed the ceremony at the Tudor Hotel. Mrs. Cannistra graduated from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City in 1965 and studied at Columbia University and for the past two years has been associated with Publishers' Weekly in New York City. The bridegroom, an alumnus of Brooklyn Poly Technical Institute, is finishing his masters thesis in Electronics Engineering and is employed in the IBM Computer Laboratories, Poughkeepsie, New York. After a wedding trip to Scotland, England, Holland and France the couple are at home at H-10 Brookside Gardens, Wappingers Falls, N. Y. Visitors from this area attending besides Mr. and Mrs. Hogan were Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. McGuire Jr. and Mr. John Murphy, all of A3gona. »»oooooooooooo««o»»«»»» Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brents >o»ooooo«o«»oo«ooo«»0» The Therman Pruitts, Colorado Springs, Colo., are expected here this weekend for 2 weeks with relatives and friends. . .. , . ri , >u . Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, Mrs. Paul Erpelding and Mrs. N. J. Weydert, all from here, and Mrs. Virgil Roethler, Algona, attended the Catholic Daughters of America Past Grand Regents day in Carroll Sunday. Mary Lou Wagner, daughter of the Orville Wagners with classmates and roommates from Mt. Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend in the Wagner home. Accompanying Mary Lou were Carol Tallman, Jean Slattery and Linda Scharer. The John Thules left Thursday for Rapid City, S. D. to visit a niece Leona Bornong, and a nephew, John Bornong, both teachers in the Rapid City school, and also other relatives in South Dakota. They also plan to attend the wedding of Donna Anne Thul, daughter of the John T. Thuls, and Allan A. Theede in St. John the Evangelist church in Marquis, Sask., Canada, July 8 and a visit Servicemen HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS HEAR BETTER with HBAPJ THE LATEST REASON: The Blew "MIRIER"* You'll enjoy tremendous performance at a surprisingly low price. First, listen to the Courier...then compare its precision transistorized performance with any hearing aid at §ny price. You'll be convinced this new Zenith "Living Sound" Hearing Aid is the one for you! Operates for pennies a day. Hear the telephone more clearly with Zenith's Phone Magnet®. Call us today, please. •Zenith "Courier" made by the world leader in TV and Radio. Naturally, it's the highest quality RUSK DRUG ft JEWELRY low* Calif. HOSTS CARO CLUi Mrs. Leo Thilges was hostess to her card club Wednesday afternoon. •Off) ¥** (PK0420) GREAT LAKES, ILL. (FHTNC) June 16 — Seaman Recruit Jon M. Deim, USN, 18, son of Mrs. John J. Deim of 703 S. Harlan, Algona, has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here. In the first weeks of his naval service he studied military subjects and lived and worked under conditions similar to those he will encounter on his first ship or at his first shore station. with other relatives. The bride-to-be's father is a nephew of the John Tl\uls. The Joe Illgs, Fairbault, Minn., were Sunday and Monday visitors with cousins, the George Wagners. They all had attended the Golden Wedding Sunday of the Simon Webers, Whittemore with the Al Illgs, Avbca, Minn, and Vincent Illgs, Currie, Minn.,' other cousins attending. The Reynold Winters and 4 children, Maple Lake, Minn., Mrs. Mary Schreiner, and son David Schreiner, St. Cloud, Minn., a daughter, Mrs. Ray Huschle and 3 children, Richmond, Minn, were visitors here several days last week with the Alvin Kleins, and the Nick Kleins, Livermore. Mrs. Reynold Winter and Mrs. Mary Schreiner are sisters of Alvin and Nick Klein. Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mrs. Anna Geischecker and Mary Thilges, all from Algona, and the Joe Loebachs, Burt, were Friday visitors at Alvin Klein's to visit the Minnesota visitors. Mrs. Peter Borman was guest of the R-Nu 500 club on Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Orville Wagner's. Receiving prizes were Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mrs. Adeline Wagner and 'Mrs. 'Sylvester Wagner. Mrs. Peter Kirsch has the club July 27. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Jeanette Isabelle Loebach, infant daughter of the Joe Loebachs, Burt, bofrn June 15 was baptized Sunday in St. John's Catholic church. Bancroft, with Ann Loebach and Norman Klein as sponsors. Jeanette Isabelle has a brother, Joseph and sister, Mary Ann. The Alvin Kleins, St. Joe, and Joe Loebachs, Whittemore, are the grandparents. HAS COFFEE Mrs. Freda Steussey gave a coffee Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Albert Hagg of Mon- Now at no EXTRA CHARGE! COMPLETE ON-THE-FARM TIRE 1 SERVICE;. • Flat* lopairod Promptly • .Tractor Tint lUcapptd • Tub* Valvtt Itplactd t Tint liquid Filltd, Drained, Itplactd t Ctmplttt lint of Goodytar Farm, Truck and Auto Tirti SEE US OR CALL US NOW for last, dtptndablt tor vie 1 1 HILTON'S SIKCUIR SERVICE Portland Mrt, Victor Fitch day evening visitors in the S. M. Parsons home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Shelf- bon called at the Victor Fitch home Friday morning. Seems everyone in Port' land is busy putting up hay, and hoping it won't rain for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sheir- bon, Patty and Connie left Saturday moffiing'for fcubu- que where they attended the wedding of a nephew of Mrs. Sheirbon, Bernard Plemel, son of Mfi and Mrs. Peter Plemel, former Portland residents and Mary Louise Tockstein. "The young folks, attended Loras and Clark Advinto—* JULY I, Ifj? colleges it Dubwjtt*, Patty Sheirbon sang at the wedding. "Too bad the meek don't hurry up and inherit the earth because the unmeek are certainly making a men of IX* Mrs. Howard Sparks and Daryl Sparks attended the wedding on June 24 at 8 p.m. of Bonnie Young of Traer and Jim Sparks of Bettendorf in the United Presbyterian Church at Traer. Daryl was best man for his brother. The newly married couple, after a short honeymoon, will be at home in Bettendorf. He is employed by the Oscar Meyer Company at Davenport and she will be teaching in September in Bettendorf. Leona Haase, Evelyn, Patty and Virginia Moore attended a shower last Sunday afternoon in the Lotts Creek Lutheran Church in honor of Linda Gardner who will soon be married to Dennis Haack. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman drove to Lytton Tuesday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale Scharm. Mrs. Scharm is the former JoAnn Ackerman. Mrs. Tom Trenary and Mrs. Harold Becker came home from Mason City Wednesday after spending ten days at the bedside of Mr. Tom Trenary in the Park Hospital. Tom is slowly improving and it is hoped he will be home in about another week. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hahn and Teresa of Davenport and Denis Reid of Lotts Creek stopped in the Stanley Ruse home on their way back from the West Coast. Mrs. Hahn and Mrs. Ruse are sisters. Denis is a brother. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms visited Mrs. Herman Gruis at Buffalo Center Thursday evening. Mrs. Gruis .has just recently spent three weeks in the Harms home. Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett is convalescing in her home. She is getting along as well as can be expected, but will be confined to her home flor some time. Cards and letters from her friends will help to spend this . time and break the monotony. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings of Sexton were Thurs- electric outdoor i gives you more living space,too! Algona Municipal Utilities Before you buy the "gas line," ask yourself this. Which is more modern—oii heat or gas? The answer may surprise you. Oil and gas are equally modern. Their equipment looks alike and performs alike. Their efficency is rated equal by the Public Housing Administration. There's only one difference. You save the cost of converting to gas. If you want to modernize, you'll save with oil. New Standard Oil Hot Line Heating Service has AMOCO*Sta-Warm equipment that matches any made- gas or electric. And you don't have to pay for a "gas line." .•/ Don't buy the "gas line" until you call Hot Line 295-5622 Oil heat- the clean, safe heat. STANDARD §9* Standard 0,1 D:».i:on American O,l Company O1966. The American Oil Company. Ch.caao. III. * Trademark HOT LINE SERVICE £*£££' more from Standard and you get it!

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