Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 9
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to*-Ally* A!qona honuth County "*•'*••• "jJ*" •^—•*«_u 1 - - -i MBMM ^ HHflttk fl U IM!ttHAA^Bte^tlM>%^lt**Mi*U f«H THURSDAY, AUO. 17,1H7, ALOONA, IOWA *- imnce 77 and Children, She Wants Out By Abigail Van Buren It IMf tt CMUfl TrttaM-N. V. Ntm til*., ttt.l DEAR ABBY: 1 am 58. My husband is 71 and retired. We have been married for 26 years. He has always been a kind and generous man, but Abby, I know that what t feel in my heart for him is'pity, gratitude, and habit—not true love. We have very little in common. 1 am a college graduate and former school teacher while he never went beyond fifth grade in grammar school. His only interests are home-cooked meals, sports, and shootem-up westerns on television' He is so childish and dull. Living with him underfoot all day is getting to be more than I can tolerate. We have no children who survived beyond infancy. I am lonely, bored, and frustrated. Would you advise divorce this late in life? He has money, and I know I could get a good settlement. No name or city, please. I'm sure he doesn't know what's in my mind. "MRS. X" DEAR MRS. X: After 26 years of marriage to this "kind and generous man" I think he is deserving of more loyalty and consideration than you exhibit. And what makes you, at 58, think all you have to do is divorce him and your life would be transformed into an exciting, gay, and fulfilling one? You supply the answers. But be honest with yourself, then act accordingly. DEAR ABBY: I would like your views on girls and women (over 40] who come to work in an office in mini and micro-mini skirts. Isn't there some booklet that describes appropriate dress for the office? Sign me ... HORRIFIED DEAR HORRIFIED: In the absence of house rules, common sense should prevail. Unfortunately common sense seems to be less and less common these days, in which case the office manager, boss or whoever is responsible for the morale, efficiency, and output of the establishment should post some clear-cut "thou shalts" and "thou shalt nets" with regard to attire. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I were invited to the home of a friend for a small dinner party. When I received the invitation my hostess asked me expressly NOT to tell her sister-in-law that she was having a party because she hadn't invited her. Well, the morning after the party, this uninvited sister-in-law phoned me and asked, "What did you do last night?" What could I say? TRAPPED DEAR TRAPPED: You could have said, "It's a military secret—" and blown your friendship to smitherines. 'Or you - could have told her where you had been. When asked not to "tell" something, don't accept the burden of bearing the secret. Reply, instead, "I'll not volunteer the Information. Neither will I lie IfashedT" "- : """" CONFIDENTIAL TO ROZZIE: If you're looking for a man with money, marry a chiropodist. I understand they make money hand over foot. Problems? Write to Abby, Box 61700, Los Angeles, California. For a personal .reply, inclose a stamped, self- addressed envelope. FOR ABBY'S NEW BOOKLET "WHAT TEEN-AGERS . WANT TO KNOW" SEND $1.00 TO ABBY, BOX 69700, LOS ANGELES, CAL. 90069. Algona swim team beats Emmetsburg Thursday Swimmers set record marks bell with him, but whom he had not seen since they were serrated into different platoons. Don Clapsaddle, who also left Aigotia for Ft. Campbell with Terry and Colin, had not yet been located. They have seen and visited with Garry Graham, Algona, who entered the service a little later. •Mrs. Ray Foster family, Princeton, 111., her mother and sitter, Mrs. Mary McMaihon and Mrs. Larry Bell, Garnet, were visitors at Mrs. Margaret Kent',* Algona Friday. Mrs. McMahon and Mrs. Kent are sisters-in-iaw. The Kenneth Roneys left by plane from Omaha Wednesday for a few weeks with their daughter, the Herbert Fields, Beverly Hills, Calif, •Mrs. Mary Dole, Algonsa, IMtlHIIIimilimilMIIIIMUHHHIIIIMtMHIHIIMIHIIHIIIIM IIM»MIIMM II 10-20-30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days eee«e.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*i IIHHWHIWIIIIHIMmilHHHIHHIIimiHIIIWIIHHmMIMIIUHUIIHHIII ry's Recreation, was elected President, of the Kossuth County Tavern Owners Assn., at a meeting held Monday •night. Howard Schulte, Fenton, was elected Vice President, and Duane Logue, Secretary-Treasurer, John Groh was selected as delegate to the state convention. The organization was formed to unite persons selling beer under Class B permit and to promote friendship among its members as well as to cooperate with the state association. Representing Algona quite ably at Titonka's "Indian Day" last Tuesday was a band of eight Algonians. And what ia crew they were. Dressed in the craziest of costumes they stopped long enough for a picture, Those eight member*; of the Algonan Corn Band sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce were Ted Herbst, Jim Wychor, Bill Steele, "Curly" Praitt, Dick Post, Russ Guster, Al Buchanan and Don Cook. Louis Nitchak, Algona attorney, has been appointed savings bond program in Kossuth county succeeding Gaylor Shumway. W. D. Ley and «on David, Lakota were at the Wayzata Country Club in suburban Minneapolis a week ago at a pony show. Mr. Ley's son, David had two ponies in the show and did very well with both. His English pony, Salute, won first, and with his Western pony Buckles he rated a second and received a ribbon while first prize of a sterling silver trophy was given to David. Mrs. Fern Sewiek gave e party Tuesday afternoon in honor of the eighth birthday of her granddaughter Cindy Reding, daughter of the Elmer Redjngs. Quests were Becky Black, Diane Bunlc- faske, Virginia Klein, Holecek, and Lynn Games were played and refreshments served. Larry Knoll, owner of Lar- CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTS) at home meet Twenty'one records were broken and one was tied Thursday night as the Algona Swimming Team beat Bm- metsburg 202-167 at the Algona pool. Emmetsburg swimmers set nine pool records while Algona swimmers broke five pool records , tied another, and set seven Algona swim* mer records. Algona swimmers who broke pool records were: John Glapsaddle in boys 13-15 50 meter backstroke; Nita Limbaugh in girls 16 and over 50m backstroke; Cathy Straub in girls 13-15 25m butterfly; Shannon Lynch in 'boys 12 and under 50m freestyle; Jim Johnson in boys 16 and over 50m breaststroke. Jim Johnson tied the pool record in the boys 16 and over 50m butterfly, which was set in 1965 by former Algona coach John Schutter. Algona swimmer records which were set were the following: Boys 13-15 100m medley relay, by Bob Lackteig, Bruce Marshall, Ryan Lynch, and Jon Clapsaddle; Nita Limbaugh in girls 13-15 50m backstroke; Candy Puffer in girls 12 and under 50m freo- style; Rose Bullock in the girls 16 and over 50m freestyle; Ryan Lynch in boys 1315 50m breaststroke; Sue Bullock in girls 16 and over 50m breast stroke; and the boys 12 and under 100m freestyle relay team composed of Beanie Chrischilles, Buckshot Nielsen, Brian Will, and Shannon Lynch. The home team had four one-two sweeps to Emmetsburg's three, won three of five mediley relays, and took five of six freestyle. relays. Algonia coach Jim;'Johnson won fthree individual events, Buckshot Nielsen and Jon Clapsaddle each won two, and Ryan Lynch, Nita Limbaugh, Kevin Lynch, Cathy Straub, Shannon Lynch, Sue Walker, Beanie Chrischilles, and Rose Bullock took one each for Algona. Algona divers that won were Handy Nielsen and Sue Walker. Place winners in diving were Misty Lloyd, Joe Straub, Randy Nielsen, and Shannon Lynch. Algona swimmers who placed in individual events but did not win were Liz Anderson, John Peterson, Bob Lickteig, Javier Febles, Bruce Marshall, Duke Straub, Candy Puffer, Sue Walker, Sue Bullock, and Sergio Febles. The team is scheduled Lo conclude the season with a dual meet with Spencer on Saturday, August 19. This meet was originally set for Monday, August 14, but was re-scheduled. The Second Annual Algona Novice Swim Meet will be held Wednesday, August 16, at the Algona pool, starting at 6:30. All boys and girls who live in the Algona *rea are Invited to participate. HM age groups are the following for both boys and girls: eevwi and un> der, eight and nine, and ten and eleven. All age group* will have the following events: 25 meter breaststroke, 25 meter backstroke, and 25 meter freestyle. Diving will be divided into nine and under, and ten and eleven age groups. Divers will be required to do three different dives. Entries will be accepted up to the time of the meet. For additional information, contact Jim Johnson, swirn coach at the Algona swimming pool. —102— Swen 0. Rogness of Crystal Lake was 102 years young on August 5th. One of his many activities, especially around his birthday, is to dig potatoes to distribute to his children. Mr. Rogness is Hancock county's oldest resident. Soldier from Irvington is sharpshooter Irvington — Pvt. Terry Chamberlain, Ft. Campbell, Ky., recently phoned his parents, the Merle Chamberlainr,, Algona, to tell them he had qualified as a sharpshooter and that graduation would be August 25. Terry will then report to Camp Ord, Calif, and if time permits will visit his parents enroute. If the schedule is such that Terry cannot make the Algona visit, he hopes to stop off at Phoenix. Ariz., for some time with an aunt, the Maynard Gunder- ians. Terry reports that hn •finally found Colin Voigt, AI gona, who went to Ft. Oamp- MOVES TO ALGONA Mrs. Marie Frankl, Irving __ ton, moved to her new homes who was seriously ill thVfore on North Church Street, in part O f last week with a sud- Algona over last weekend. Mrs. Frankl had been a rest dent of Irvington for many years and lived in the same house here for over 50 years. Mrs. Frankl's home in Irvington was purchased by the Vernon Kleins, also residentis of Irvington for many years. The Kleins, Karleen and Charleen, lived in an apartment owned by Mrs. Marguerite Hayes before purchasing hnd moving into the Mrs. Marie Frankl home here. Lawrence Miller, Katihy and David and Bob Kent left Wednesday for Greely, Colo., to visit the former's sister-in-law •and family, the Daryl Swartz- es. They plan to be gone about ten days visiting many other points of interest in the west. The Merle Chamberlains Ailgona drove to Spirit Lake Saturday and camped all night with the Glen Johnsons, Northwood. Sunday they attended the Wall reunion at Spencer. den attack of pleurisy, ks reported much improved. nuH. Dole, former Irvington woman, h»d her Mth birthday August 6. < Attending a family reunion at the Merle Chamberlain'*, Algona August 6 were the John Skows and RkJhm) Skews, Gilmore CUy; Mick Walker*, Mt. Ayr; Memvy Weakleys, Mexico, Mo.; Mr*. .Mary William*, Vftfidotii, Mo.; the Alvin Kelly*,, Ltddnia, Mo., and the Harry Christen- sens, Humboldt. H*T V* GLEEM FAMILY SIZE TOOTHPASTE Rig. 95c BUY FIRST TUBE FOR 95c BUY SECOND TUBE FOR 1c SPECIAL!!! Thi» 1H3 Dodge GT LANCER if § perfect "lack-to- School" car ... a ?-doer hardtop with 6-cylinder engine, Automatice Transmission, radio md e nice reel finish with • sharp interior. Buy it this week fer only $ 650 00 Taylor Motor Co. 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