Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
Page 19
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Girls Softball Champions •vet t* yottf neighbor aftd state jr«tr M MtlaM y t*tVt ••»«« that Meant* fee I* "**arlj totally Mind" hi iffeeta eniHty, Hty, * tpedal MMMeratlMi. A H«i»ai*aaf«d |*HM eat If every Mi as Mif-mpeetMg it* tMtgMfil of Mi Migktir •• OM wh« tout Give MM a chalice to Mite the t*»Mem wHh uW 27. 1*7 — i* itt THESE AM the Jets who won the Senior girl's soft- Reynolds, Pit Harms, Jean ***^^ 1 ™™J'^ ball league, finishing the season with six wins and one loss. Back, Susan Hemmen, Kathy Murphy, Mary Lou> Boudwnv From iSt to right t'hey are, front, Cynthia Winters, Betty Linda «««%g^»g^p l ^^^^ A NEW CONCEPT IN FAMILY VACATIONS' L.aslowas $ 5 M aDAY VAGABOND VILLAGE On Beautiful Potato Lake... Park Rapids, Minn. DEAR ABBY 1 am 20 and engaged to a great guy who is 29, We are to be married In January. My fiance [I'll call him Jack] lives a great distance from me, so we get together only on week-ends. About a year ago t saved up enough to buy a small cabin on the beach. This summer Jack and I planned to take our vacations at the same time and would tike to spend them together up at my cabin. There would be nothing stopping us except that we don't want to do anything wrong. Do you think it would be okay? It has two bedrooms. I could invite my best friend and her boy friend to go with us if you think it wouldn't be right for Jack and me to go up there alone. JACK'S GIRL DEAR GIRL: I don't know what you consider "wrong," but if you are saving the most intimate relationship for marriage, forget the cahtoi vacation until you and Jack can go up there at Mr. and Mrs, The presence of the other couple wouldn't help much. • -,..-. DEAR ABBY: When my grandchild had a birthday I sent him a gift. His mother called me a few days later and asked, "Why didn't you come over for Jose's birthday?" 1 said, "I wasn't invited." The mother said, "You don't need an invitation to go to a son's or daughter's house for your grandchild's birthday. Where are your old-fashioned manners?" I said, "I'm sorry I don't go any place without an invitation." To tell the truth, Abby, I would have felt silly rushing into someone's house while a party was going on. Or maybe a party would be going on at a park and nobody would be home. So what's a grandmother supposed to do, drop dead? She's damned if she does and damned if she doesn't. Who's right? mother or grandmother? NOBODY DEAR NOBODY: Grandmother. Mother should have invited you. Where are HER "old-fashioned manners"? CONFIDENTIAL TO "FRECKLEHEAD": You need more help than I can give you in one letter. Let me put it this way: A woman who is really In love doesn't cook up phony stories in order to make her man Jealous. She is concerned only with , making him happy. . 6i the oeassion wa« a co gSatulatory message from Resident and Mr*T Johnson. Mrs. Bfwlefsen is 89 years recently spotted a young and Mr, Bttderseft is that wa* aft albino. TO* 91. Their three children, 'bifd was all white with Jake, Henry and Cecil all live eyes. in Hartan. "^~ BofktlmaiiaiidBrotn first il shoot Algona police chief Al Boekelman and assistant chief Rich Groen received word Saturday of first place honors in the two man Expert Class event at the National Police Combat Shoot which was held June 14-16 at Bloomington, Indiana. The two officers will receive a trophy for their win in the contest which is sponsored by Indiana University. They competed with 36 other teams, composed of men from police departments of 50 men or less. Kodak toll* prlntad JUMftO IIZI •lack A White (ttili Kodactltr (totti. — — $1,M • MM fVUvte lUIri — - $1.» 3S MM 20 Ian, SIMM .- fl Jk> Send (or FREE MAiURS and Literature Direct To Plant MAIL ORDER PRICES - Thll ad must accompany for abovt trial offer* Dot*. SI LaCrteet, Wlactmln $4401 *j^^P^P^*^r^P^*^y^P^^^*^^^ W W * ^ , JUST ARRIVED! mm MHIII...IIIIIHIHIHIH nmum NORTHWEST'S FINEST LUXURY TRAILER RESORT Istti iMlstfi Ctnplitf Hurt Ftcilitin • Haatad Swimming Pool • Tannit Courts * Childrtn'i Playground • Horseshoes • Badminton Courts • Shuffleboard • Miniatura Golf Court* • Archery Mange • Color TV Lounge • Pool Tablet • Ping Pong •' Indoor Snuff (aboard • Sandy Beach • Boat Launching Ramp • 9- hole Golf Court* , Riding Stablaa nearby • ' Pontoont, Boatt, Motors, ' Canoet Available on Rental Basis CONVKNIKNCKS AT VAGABOND VILLAGK • ('(implclc or partial truiler hook-up» • Coin- ii|icr»lcri laundry facililica anil drying yard O Irc.cnbe.i, Charcoal, Cigarette and Soft Drink Vendors • Public Heslroom Facilitio • Ceramic Tiled Showers O Picnic TibUi • Charcoal ttrill.s • rOR KSIRVtTIONI Pftaat 7M-SM4 MINNEAPOIIS OfFICi — FAIR OAKS MOTOR HOTEL — 11MM1 .p • m ••'••••»» ^ * VAGMONO VILLASE • MRS. MPISS, MINN. * 9 Please send color brochure tfld rail card. 9 Don't- Baby the Handicapped Friday races • " Tho la.rurpst field c Schattsclmeider wrecks car in NAME ADDRESS -iSTWt t 9 9 By Abigail Van Buren |c by Chluso Trlbune-N. V. New> Syndicate, Inc.] DEAR ABBY: We have a next door neighbor who is almost totally blind. He earns his living by etching out names and. designs on wood and polished metal. He seems to be & very nice person. Our problem is this: Whenever he uses his etching machine, the power is drained out of our television set. This can get maddening at times when one wants to see something special and suddenly finds it impossible. What do you suggest? GOOD NEIGHBOR '. . ',•';' -'-,-' •-.-'.• \ DEAR NEIGHBOR: ^.suggest •f ,-•,.. ;• -ii'i;" Wy'S i &' '"' .f.«. . ." .i. S.J i-*. >. l -.«' The largest field of cars and the biggest crowd of the "season (2800) turned out for the races last Friday at the Kossuth Speedway. .In the trophy, dash, Gene Sohattschneider wrecked his r. car/in a collision and spin out ic& Loren Purvis, Ames, went i'on to win that event. Algonatu 'Butch Householder placed ffirst in the Main and also had 19.33 in the were First Heat, Carl Vander- Wal, Ames, Second Heat, Del Stokke, Ames, Third Heat, Jim Edgington, Algona, and Semi-Main, George Barton, Des Moiries. Jim Edgington was second in the Main, and Del Stokke was third. Purvis and Householder both received trophies for their wins. 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