Alaona Kotiuth County *** — * —- ^"^™*i^ THURSDAY, AUG. 24,MM, ALOONA, IOWA - imnce of the Roger Holeoirtbs, Mason City, are spending a few days with Mrs. P. A. Holcomvb. Fellow Has Unusual Dating Practices By Abigail Van Buren It 1H» Or CMuo* TrIOmt-M. Y. Ntm lr*0., IM.I DEAft ABBY: I am a fairly attractive [so I'm toM] 23-year-old girl who has just received my B. A. degree. My problem is a fellow who is about my age [I think] who workt in the filling station where I trade regularly. We exchanged conversation and I found out he goes to an engineering college near here. We are also the same religion. For the last three months he has been saying to me, "When are you going to take me out?" Then I say to him, "YOU are supposed to take ME out." Then he says, "I don't take girls out. They take ME out," and he kind of laughs and drops the subject right there. Abby, I am interested in him. He's very nice looking and doesn't strike me as the irresponsible type, but how long should a 23-year-old girl play this game? STUMPED DEAR STUMPED: Games are for children. The young man could be married, engaged, going with someone, or just a great kidder. In any case, if he were sufficiently interested and available he should be able to engineer his own date. And until he does, don't take him seriously. DEAR ABBY: Is there any defense, except rudeness, against avalanches of wedding invitations and announcements that come from the most casual of acquaintances who never indicate otherwise that they know we exist? Often these communications are from people we so seldom see, we shouldn't recognize them if they appeared at our door. I am deeply suspicious that much of this practice has the ugly aspects of a "racket." One friend said she heard a bride-to-be and her mother discussing the wedding invitation list, and the mother said, "Let's invite So and So's. They will be good for a nice gift." Then months later, these young people send a juvenile unenthusiastic "thank you," sometimes mentioning the wrong gift. Baby after baby is duly announced by a printed card, giving us further opportunities to donate. Must youth be served forever? PAST 70 DEAR PAST: A gift, be it a card or a Cadillac, should be voluntary. Feeling as you do, but "donating" anyway, only helps to perpetuate the "racket." DEAR ABBY: About the girl who was piqued when catty friends inquired in front of others whether she was wearing a wig: Whenever a woman asks me publicly [with obvious feline overtones] whether I am wearing a wig,, or is that "my own" hair, I look directly at her bosom and ask, "Are you wearing falsies or are they your own?" I can iteM immediately by her reaction whether the query has hit home in more ways than one. WIGGY IN LAWRENCEVILLE «^^ • • : Livermore man weds Humboldt girl Aug. 5 Livermore — Miss Martha Sue Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johnson of Humboldt and Tommy Fredericksen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Fredericksen were married Saturday, August 5, in the Chapel at the Home date Center at Humboldt. Attendants were Sharon Fredericksen and Allan Bell of Humboldt. Just the immediate families were present with a wedding supper held at the Louis Johnson home, grandparents of the bride. 4-H CLUBS WwUy Boys Wesley Boys 4-H club met August 9 at the Muehe home. The pledge to the American flag was led by Roger Muehe. Duane Kunkle gave a report of last meeting. Treasurers report was by Jerry Mart'inek, showed a balance of $31,40. A club picnic at the fair was planned at noon with a pot luck dinner. Demonstrations were by Tony Rogere and Mark Muehe. Carl Kiley is reporter. Burt Mrs. G*orgo> Hiwcett The Donald Pattersons arc spending several weeks in Billings, Mont, before school starts. The Walter Rentzes visited in Ionia Saturday and Sunday with her folks, the Herman Motorings and with 'her brother, Alvin Mohring of New Hampton. Guests at Barrel! Mcfarland's over the weekend were •Mrs. Dean Hall and daughter Nancy Jean, La Crosse, Wis, Mrs. Hall is a sister ol Mrs. MoFarland. A. W.Anderson, No. Kossuth, dies at 58 Swta E*lt — Arnold W. Anderson, 58, died it 12:10 Friday morning at the hospital at Estherville, as the re* suit of a stroke last Saturday. He was born March 8, 1909, at Swea City, to the George Oscar Andersons. He graduated from the Swea City high school and attended the University of Minnesota. He was married December 29, 1941 to Naomi Hewett at Maryville, Mo. He lived his whole life in Swea City, and operated his own grocery store since 1945. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion, and a member of the Lions club and the Swea City Commercial club. He was a member of the First Methodist church at Swea City. He is survived by his wife, Naomi, Swea City, a nephew, diaries Hewett, who has made his home with the Andersons for the past 10 years. Family services were Monday ait* 1:30 p.m. at the Reese- Henry Chapel at Swea City and public services Monday at 2 p.m. at the First Methodist church with Rev. Marion W. Bloodworth officiating. Burial was in Harrison township cemetery with military graveside rites. Mrs. Dennis Guerdet had major surgery last Wednesday morning at the Estherville hospital. Danny, 8 months, is at the home of his grandparents, the Leo Guerdets. The Leo Guerdets and Clarence Weises joined the Albert. Paviks at their cottage on Fox Lake Sunday for a picnic and to spend the day. Johnie and Michael Tobin attended the Twins baseball game Sunday at the Twin Cities along with Jim Brock and sons, Ringsted. The Arnold Duers recently moved into their new home 'ait their farm in Eagle township. Sister Sharon Sullivan of Holy Cross and Mrs. James Jensen and Timmy, Ames, are spending the week at the parental Francis Sullivan's. They and the Sullivans were Sunday guests at Bill Sullivan's. The Maynard Hurlburts visited the Mancil Hurlburts at their cottage on Fox Lake over the weekend. The Tom Prestons were Tuesday guests at Clarence Tokhedm's at Jewell. The Bob Himes have moved from Los Alamos, New Mex., to Waukon, where he will be elementary principal. The Himes were at Los Alamos for seven years. The Francis Twines went to Los Alamos to help the Himes move their personal and household effects to Waukon. Mrs. Himes ia the former Sheryl Tofine. G*jy and Kay McCoy came from Deoatur, tit, Saturday to join their parents, the J. A. McCoys who are vacationing 'at Okoboji with Leon McCoys at their cottage. The William Gieses, St., have been making frequent 'trips to the Fairmont hospital to visit their daughter-in- law, Mrs. William Gies, Jr., a patient there with back trouble. Mrs. BUI Cole, ST., Ea&t Chain, is caring for the Gies children, who are her grandchildren. Put your time in our eiptrt bonds Your wgtch will be back on its old accurate time- track after oyr experts' precision adjustments. BfttfTf|l» ** tociin WE LUV EAST END PHONE 2N4762 EAST END GROCERY •23 f f it AIGONA, IOWA The William Gieses, St., visited in St. Paul, two days last week with his brother, the Henry Gieses. Several persons attended funeral services for long titns residents of this area last week at the First Methodist church, Swea City. They were Mrs. Henry Schuler and Nels Godfredson. Another long time resident of Grant township, Mrs. Earl Richardson died recently and her funeral was also at the Methodist church. Anita and Nancy, daughters Nitbyi at Samaritan annual muting Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby, administrators of the Good Samaritan Center alt Algona, attended the 44th annual convention of the Good Saimari- .tan Sodtjty, Blair, Neb., Aug. ust 13-16. Fred Friedricksen, Omaha, Neb., president of the Society and chairman of the board of directors, presided. Approximately 275 persons heard the Rev. August Hoeger, Jr., Executive Director pro- sent the Annual Report. In 1967, eight new facilities will be opened, making a total of 116 facilitw*. VISITS APTift 4f YIAM * Mr. and Mi*. Sylvester Reli- ef, Lake Charles, U., is visiting Mfs. Margaret Lynch. Mr. Keller 13 i nephew iftd had not seen his Hunt lot 49 years. BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES "Completely App«lnt*d. Hem«" •t • LUVIRNI • WISLIY • TITONKA • CORWITH • RENWICK RUSK DRUG ft IEWELRY BIG HONEY SAVING EVENT 10 DAYS ONLY tag. 24ft Thro Sept 2nd 1N Use this handy list to check your- needs NOW for Fantastic Savings! lilt Mlfk OATTERY LANTERN - Reg. 4.N Automatic red nastier on top. tilts to my ingle on stand. Uses 6 "0" batteries. SM Mart OATTERIES Sill "C" — Siie "D" — Sill "AA" 9 Volt Transistor OADY PANTS — Hit. IOC Finest quality vinyl plastic. Guaranteed waterproof. 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