Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1967 · Page 11
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After 2d Date She Lost Out By Abigail Van Bur en |e mr tf CMcin Trlkmt-N. V. Ntw*' Int., Inc.! . , . DEAR ABBY: A few months ago I got a girl friend of mine a date with an eligible bachelor! After he took her out once he told me he thought she was "charming." Naturally, 1 wanted to make her feel good, so I told her what he said and I built it up a little. After the second date he told me he found her to be extremely aggressive, possessive, and very eager -to get married. He also said that she has lots of problems, whiten he doesn't need right now. He hasn't called her back and I'm sure he doesn't intend to. My girl friend keeps asking me why he doesn't call her. What can I tell her to get her off my neck? I could say he thinks she is a little too. young for him. Or that I think he has somebody else. Or maybe I should tell her what he REALLY said about her so she won't be so forward with other men and scare them off like she did this one. , THE FIXER DEAR FIXER: Don't tell her anything. She !• obvlonly the type who comes, on very strong, and any eligible man who dates her gets her message load and clear. x You won't change her personality, even with a well-intended tip. And chances are she will quote you, and • you'll lose the man's friendship. Maybe not. but that's usually the way It works out. DEAR ABBY: My problem concerns my best friend. I am married and have a 13-month-old daughter. This friend, who is also married, invited my husband and me to her Home last evening. We took our daughter, Angela, along and had a very nice time just talking. There were other guests, too. My friend called me this morning, very upset. She said that Angela had taken an ashtray and banged it against her brand-new cedar chest, and the chest was ruined. I didn't " notice Angela doing this, and neither did my husband. My friend said SHE noticed it but didn't want to say anything in front of the other guests. I told her I was very sorry and even offered to pay to have the cedar chest repaired, but she said it couldn't be repaired. Now what should I do? I apologized and said I'd never bring my child to her home again, but she still wasn't satisfied. What more can I do? I hate to lose her friendship. ANGELA'S MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: Your "friend" is obviously angling for a new cedar chest at your expense. If yon feel that obligated, offer to buy her one. Whether your "friendship" survives this episode is doubtful. If not. the 1 loss will not be great. DEAR ABBY: The father who advised his son [in Viet Nam] to marry his girl as soon as he kissed her hello io Hawaii, deserves applause. We only wish we had given our son,thatjadyice. His girl met him in Hawaii, too, and you know they didn't play gin rummy all night. They had a hurry-up wedding later [much later], and altho they are very happy, and we are, too, now, they could have spared her parents, and us, a lot of embarrassment had they postponed their honeymoon until after the marriage. By the ,way, she had been taking the pill. The result: TWINS! GRANDMA WITH PICTURES IN HER PURSE CONFIDENTIAL TO "ALWAYS BROKE IN LOUISVILLE:" I have neither the time nor space to give you the lecture yon deserve, but years ago I saw a sign ever a cash register in a restaurant'which summed it up nicely. It read: "PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT. YOU KNEW YESTERDAY YOU WOULD HAVE TO EAT TODAY." Problems? Write to Abby, Box 68700, LM Aof«kf, Cat, 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, adf-addmatd envelope. FOR ABBY'S NEW BOOK LET "WHAT TEEN-AGERS WANT TO KNOW," SEND $1.00 TO ABBY, BOX 69700, LOS ANGELES, CAL Portland fitch. Guests were Mrs. fifn- ess at the close of the meet' 46 BtfcfiktefidOfff Miry Webef, -"ing, ' '*" "' IHW Vllhpi"? Mta and Mrs. Jay,Steven the Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon, November 16, in 4he home of Thelma Meister with Linda Meister assistant hostess. Fourteen members and four guests answered roll call, which was a Quotation from the Bible, in which the word "Thanks" was used. Members attending were Hazel Steven, Hilma Carlson, Eva Shipler, Vivian Dutton, Ethel Smith, Ella Lampe, Edith Jandl, Arlene Wood, Maty Rasmussen, June Sparks, Stella Wiskus, Flossie Bartlett and Vera Florence Smith. It was voted to give and Mrs. fiernadine Opheim two dotiafs for Chrtettnii -Wrd children went to Ionia Setots. A Christmas party was last Sunday where they were planned for Thursday. December 7 at 12:30 in the home of Eva Shipler with Margaret Govern, Hilma Carlson and Vera Pitch assistant hostess' es. Hostesses to furnish the 'hot dish, and rolls, others to bring salad, dessert and relish plate. There will be a cookie exchange, each to bring a dozen cookies and a Christmas gift exchange to equal one dollar. The Secret Sisters will be revealed at this meeting. Ethel Smith and Myrtle ZWiefel will have the dinner guests and visited the Jim Steven family. Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen went to Clear Lake Wednesday to visit her daughter Sue, Mrs. C. E. Graham and family. The ladies went on to Mason City to do some shopping. 'Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mankle and boys of Curlew and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Shipler wt«re Sunday guests in the Earl Shipler home. Mrs. Nellie Miller left Monday for Wykoff, Minnesota, after spending a week visit- January meeting. A delicious ing her sister, Vivian Dutton lunch was served by the host- df.Burt and Mrs. Wallace Me- Arthur at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Me Arthur, Nellie Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Aelred Hildren, P* tricia and Kathleen of Burt dropped in on Vivian Dutton last Friday with a delicious prepared supper, to dine with •and help Vivian celebrate 'her birthday, which was November 5. Pastor Nelosn of, Bancroft called at the Lloyd Bartlett and Glen Larson homes Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Edward Harms of Ti- •tonka visited Mrs. Dwight Ruse Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Ackcrman and daughter, Mrs. Eulan Sohul- or of Titonka went to Mason City Monday on business. A Thanksgiving Day dinner is being planned in the Ackerman home. Guearts to be are Mr. and Mrs, Bulan Sdhuler and family tit-TWM< ka, Mr. and Mrs. Dite Lfrten, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schulef of Whtttemore, Sdhaffi and Nan» cy of EstherviUe Junior col' lege. 'Mrs. Earl Ackef son went to Estberville to pick up some of the girls, including her daughter Nancy, who will come home for the weekend. ttmwH SERVICES Trinity Lutheran Rtv. Paul H. Sohn, Patter Algona Thursday, Nov. 23 9:00 a.m. — Thanksgiving (tewa) THUMOAY, NOy, jl, DaySe*vk«. - '." Saturday, fe v . 2S 11:00 a.m. — Adult bet-ship Clan. Sunday* Na*. 24 8:00 a.m. '•«. "Mortgage Burning": Rev G. J. G. Oert'/ ke, Des Moittea, Speaker, 9:15 a.m. — Sunday School and Bible Class. Report on work in Dea Moines by Pastor Gerike, 10:30 a.m. — Mortgage Burning": Rev. G. J. C. Gerike, DCS Moines, Speaker. 12:00 Noon — Pottuck Congregational Dinner. 5:00 p.m. — Walther League. Monday, Nov. 27 7:30 p.m. — Adult Membership Class. DEAN WATCHII § WATCH UfAJR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! JuvtnlU Be'yt' Ruggtd Parkas 5" Quilted nylon or wide wale corduroy with detachable hoods, bulky collars, warm quilt linings. Sizes 4 - 7. Beys' Lined Boxer Longios |37 Lined cotton corduroy or twill with full elastic waist, snap front, zip fly. Juvenile boys' 4 to 8. Men's Reg. 12.95 Jackets and Surcoats 10" Corduroys, poplins and nylon taffeta blouse, ski jackets, surcoats. Quilt and pile linings. 38-44. Beys' and Girls' Leather Shoes 12.97 3.97 hf 3.97 N 4.99 Girls' Scotties leather strap oxfords. Boys' Straton Jr. dress oxfords 8% -12 and 12%-3. Slippns in sizes 13%-3. Misses' Pants and Jeans 99 Wools, corduroys, stretch in side zip, pull-on and western styles. Many proportioned. 10-20, 32-38, Orion® acrylics, wools, fur blends. Many imports, full fashioned and fisherman styles. Sizes 36 to 46. Miisei' Shirts and Knit Topi I&4 Long sleeve and roll-tips in solids, prints, stripes. Many no-iron-10-16. Turtle-neck knits in sizes S, M, L. Mill*! 1 Cardigans and Pullovers •ID 199 R COATS NO SCHOOI FRIDAY; bring th« | Children for Delightful styles for frightful weather! Pile fabric or self- trimmed wools, cotton corduroys and suedes. Warm quilt or pile linings. The newest looks and colors in sizes 5 to 18. TRIMMED COATS $ 69 t * Elmbrook wool friezes and boucles crowned with lush mink. Smart silhouettes, tailored to perfection with expensive detailing and warm,inter-, linings. The season's loveliest colors in misses' sizes 8 to 18. REG. $10412 WOMEN'S Shifts, A-lines, belts, pleats ... 1 and 2-pc. styles. Bonded Orion® acrylics, Coloray, jersey, wool and crepe. Jr. Petite 5-13, junior 7-15, misses' 10-20, women's 12%-24Ms. FASHION KNITS Dresses and two and three-pc. suits of bonded Orion® acrylic. Solids, checks, stripes in fabulous colors. Sizes 10 to 18. 99 R«a. SIS-SIS DAYTIME DRESSES Shifts, shirtwaists and coat dresses in easy- care cotton. Plaids, stripes and florals in misses' sizes 10 to 20, women's 12% to 24%. PANT SALE Bonded cotton knits in stripes, prints, dots; solid and print stretch denims; solid corduroys. Pull-ons and side zips in her favorite fashion colors. SIG SISTER Til SHIRTS Long sleeves! Short sleeves! Crew necks! Turtlenecks! Buy these cotton knits in solids, stripes, novelty prints, jacquards. Sizes 7 to 14. ObtrgiN ill it FREEI BAliOONS BIG SISTER BLOUSES 1 Reg. 2.29 - 2.59! Tailored, dressy drip dry cottons, no-iron blends. Sizes 7 to 14. BOYS', GIRLS' SNOWSUITS $7 Sale! Nylon quilts and pile fabrics. Attached hoods. Popular colors. Sizes 2 to 4. GIRLS' DRESSES 1199 2i99 3-6x 7-14 ' Sensational savings on our regular stock of darling cottons and cotton blends. •*• r r - -j^ - --M-L -- j_ BOYS' PAJAMAS S2 Save! Cotton broadcloth) middy style or coat style cotton flannels. Sizes 6 to 16. BOYS' * KNIT DRAWERS Warm weight cotton with elastic waist, knit ankle bands. White. Sizes 4 to 16. SAVE ON HANDBAGS 2.99 Orig. 3.98, 4.98! Patent and leather looks of sturdy vinyl. Popular sizes, colors. MISSES' HALF SLIPS Reg. 1.29! Mini and average lengths!'Trimmed and tailored styles. Nylon, acetate tricot. SCENTED SATIN HANGERS Save! Set of 2 padded, shirred hangers. Delicately scented. Wonderful gift idea! YOUNG MEN'S SLACKS 4.99 Mi 549 Sale! No-iron corduroys, hopsacks and diagonal weaves. Many fast back models 29 to 36. FLANNEL, FLANNfLETTi Would be more if in full bolts! Florals, checks, . stripes, prints. 1 - 10 yd. lengths. 36-in. CHIIDMNS' PARKA JACKETS Ptt$ fabric, washable, sizes 2 to fix. Prig. 17,38, m

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