The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1968 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1968
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• F H-ird .is would i-his? m.ilU r ,il tliv- ptistcillhv ;il AlE"n:i. In'.. J • riiijli Nnv I. 1!)32. xuidtt Ait of Congress: ul M.irch M M7 1 ' • I ESTABLISHED 1865 VOL. 102 NO. 11 • ftl»BIB| WM | MHi-i|1||i|Bi|M|||B EDITOR'S NOTE: This column of Woman's World is a reprint from the Thursday, Jan. 13, 1953 issue of The Algona Upper Des Moines. - o - THERE ARE FOUR OF THE luscious Gabor girls-Mama and three daughters - all strictly from Hungary and all blonde and beautiful. But Zsa Zsa has the most natural resources of the group and she's been called one of the world's most glamorous women. She has the face of an angel, violet eyes and a faultless complexion. And when it comes to a figure- well, Zsa Zsa zigs where she's supposed to zig and where she ought to, Zsa Zsa certainly zags. - o - IN ADDITION TO ALL HER other talents, Zsa Zsa is one of the foremost feminine authorities on men. She's written an article on the subject for the January issue of Coronet magazine. It's her soul she is baring this time and it's a purely personal report about the men she's met. All varieties are included- actors, diplomats, businessmen, good men, bad men, silly men, passionate men and cold men. But mainly it's about husbands, her own, for Zsa Zsa says she is happy to report that she was able to conduct most of her studies as a married woman. She's had three husbands, going on four, and she can't remember a time when she wasn't married. - o - ZSA ZSA CONFESSES THAT she gets along better with men than she does with women. She discovered this fact on her fourth birthday when one of the little boys at her party protected Zsa Zsa and her doll from some destructive, jealous four-year-old females. - o - AT TWELVE SHE FELL for her French teacher and learned an important lesson. It was, Stay Away From Married Men. She says this lesson is still being ignored by girls who end up with nothing but heart break. "He may swear undying love and promise to leave that wife who doesn't understand him, but he always crawls back for forgiveness, even taking his presents with him if he gets the chance." - o - ZSA ZSA PROPOSED TO HER first husband when she was 14, but she svaited till the ripe old age of sixteen before she married him. He was a Turk, 20 years her senior. Next came Conrad Hilton, the hotel man and then George Sanders, the actor. Every- tlme Zsa Zsa shed a husband she made real sure she had another good prospect all lined up. Right now she's shed George and is all lined up with Porfiroi Rubirosa. - o - OUT OF THIS VAST STORE of experience, Zsa Zsa has compiled a guide for those of us who are amateurs at handling men. The Gabor Guide for Other Women, she calls it. Her first little gem of wisdom is, "Always marry older men as I have done. Women mature, more quickly than men. Older men are more thoughtful, more experienced, more gallant and more grateful. Don't marry a man younger than yourself unless you are 65 and desperate - or unless he's just inherited millions. But remember, millionaires don't necessarily make good husbands." - o - ZSA ZSA THINKS HUSBANDS resent in some degree or another, ambitious career wives. They think a happy marriage is impossible unless the little woman stays home to look after them. "What some of them would prefer," says Zsa Zsa, "is a kind of robot mechanical wife-a combination of washing machine and vacuum cleaner, which couldn't disobey them, and which, of course, had a few female sex hormones." - o - MISS GABOR ADVISES US TO concentrate on one man as far as possible while you've got him. But don't hesitate to leave when love has gone. "IF YOU AND YOUR HUSBAND can afford it," says Zsa Zsa, "have separate holidays at least once a year." SHE ALSO RECOMMENDS SEPARATE bedrooms. That way the woman retains some of her mysterious allure. "DON'T BE SURPRISED IF YOU find your man is interested in other women," says the Gabor Guide. "TRY DISAPPEARING MYSTERIOUSLY in the afternoon and make him wonder what you're up to," says the Guide. - o - WHILE YOU SHOULD BE true to one man at a time, Zsa Zsa thinks you shouldn't discourage the innocent casual flirtation. Kept in hand, there's nothing better for a woman's morale than the flirtatious attention of a strange male* And nothing is better for a husband to know than that his wife is admired by other men. The supply of flirtatious strange males is a little short around these parts right now, but you might keep this tip on hand for future reference. But just remember it was Zsa Zsa who suggested it, not Grace. - o - "FINALLY," SAYS THE GABOR Guide, "always flatter a man. Tell him that he belongs to the superior sex and that he's the dominant partner. But never, never believe it!" GRACE uate of Garrigan High School, Algona, Iowa. - o U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. - Cadet William L. Mino, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mino of Ledyard, has been named to the superintendent's list at the U. S. Air Force Academy. Cadet Mino, a member of the class of '71, was selected in recognition of his outstanding achievement in both academics and military performance. He will be granted special privileges and wear a silver star and wreath designating the honor accorded him by the academy superintendent. He will be commissioned a second lieutenant and awarded a B.s. degree upon his graduation Notes Of IServiceme COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.- Alrman First Class Larry A. Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. James M, Dahlhauser of Whittemore, has arrived for duty at Ent AFB, Colo. Airman Dahlhauser, an electrician, is assigned to a unit of the Aerospace Defense Com* mand. He previously served at Truax Field, Wise. The airman is a 1966 grad- jfmmmmmmmmmmq • FEB. 8 1968 J • SECOND SECTION • Wmmmmmmmmmmmm 2 Wichtendahl Sisters Are Engaged To Many JOAN WICHTENDAHL MARLYS WICHTENDAHL Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl of Ft. Dodge, formerly of Lotts Creek, announce the engagements and approaching marriages of two daughters. Joan is engaged to Loyd Buffington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buffington of Otho, la. She is employed at the University Hospital, Iowa City. The future bridegroom is employed at the Iowa Beef plant in Ft. Dodge. An April 20 wedding date has been selected. Marlys is engaged to Don Ennen, son of Mrs. Nella Ennen of Lone Rock. She is now attending the La James College of Hairstyling in Ft. Dodge. Mr. Ennen is in the U. S. Navy. He has completed basic training in San Diego and is now on ship near the Hawaiian Islands. No wedding date has been set. from the academy. The cadet is a 1967 graduate of Swea City Community High School where he was a member of the National Honor Society and was named valedictorian of his class. - o U. S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. - Cadet Dennis F. Funnemark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Funnemark of Wesley, has been named a squadron flight guide with the rank of cadet staff sergeant at the U. S. Air Force Academy. Cadet Funnemark, a member of the class of '70, was selected for the position in recognition of his leadership abilities and excellence in academic and military performance. He will be commissioned a second lieutenant and awarded a B.S. degree upon his graduation from the academy. The cadet is a 1966 graduate of Corwith-Wesley Community High School, Corwith, where he was a member of the National Honor Society. - o - AMARILLO, TEX. - Airman Allen D. Hall, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Schlei of R. R. 1, Fenton, has completed basic training at Amarillo AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to the Air Force Technical Training Center at Sheppard AFB, Tex., for specialized schooling as an aircraft maintenance specialist. Airman Hall, a 1967 graduate of Sentral Community High School, attended Estherville Junior College. Swea Area Sgt. Is Enroute To Viet Nam SWEA-EAGLE - Sgt. Dennis Madsen left Jan. 29 from Sioux Falls, S. D. to fly to Travis Air Force Base, Calif., and will leave for Vietnam. He spent a 30-day leave at the home of his parents, the Jens Madsens, coming here from San Antonio, Tex. Sgt. Madsen -has served almost three, years in the Air Force. The Roger Madsens and friends of Mankato were Saturday overnight guests at the home of his parents, the Jens Madsens. - o - Marjorie Lee Tobin spent a week at the home of her parents, the Johnie W. Tobins. She was home on a semester break from Morningside College, Sioux City, where she is a junior. William Tobin and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and Marcia were Saturday dinner guests at the Leo Waters home at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Headrick and Gerald of Curlew were Satur- thanks-to-electricity week... Electricity, the magic servant, works wonders for you every day —helping to cook meals, freeze food, heat water, air condition your home, heat your home, provide radio and TV, and dozens of other marvelous modern conveniences. And electricity is available, around-the-clock, to serve you. 8 National Electrical Week is a good time to say "thanks" to electricity — the budget bargain that brings you better living, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities day afternoon and overnight guests at the Maynard Hurlburt home and were Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Flier home, Armstrong. The Maynard Hurlburts were Saturday callers at the George Johnson home. Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth entertained friends at 500 Saturday evening at her home in Estherville. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reece, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thorson, Mrs. Laverne Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koons, Mr. and Mrs. Ormal Guinn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiechmann and Mr. and Mrs. Barton Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson visited at the Paul Sanftnerhome Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Isenberg and Carol and Mrs. Ida O'Green and Harold were recent dinner guests at the Wallace Dawson home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Larsen recently returned from a 2 1/2 week vacation in New Mexico and Arizona. Special points of interest were the Carlsbad Caverns, White Sands Monument, the Grand Canyon and Painted Desert. They visited the Roy Pehrsons in Mesa, Ariz. Julie Larsen was a guest of her grandmother, Mrs. P, A. Holcomb, while her parents were away. James Larsen spent a week at the home of his parents, the Harvey C. Larsens, for interim break from St. Olaf College at Northfield where he is a sophomore. DIARIES Charles Copeland, Harlan, is still keeping a daily diary. The Copelands have recorded diaries for the past 35 years and this has afforded much pleasure for the 8 3-year-old Shelby countian and his family. AIR MEDAL Toledo native, Sgt. James L. Benedik, was awarded the air medal for meritorious service in Vietnam between Sept. 15 and Dec. 12 of last year. Sgt. Bene- cik flew on twenty-five air missions during that period. CHAMPIONS Three Angus bulls exhibited by Otto Frank, Manilla, were first place winners at the 1968 National Western Stock Show in Denver as champion pen of three. -100- Mrs. HattieWinnStajiley, postmaster at Castalia for 16 years, spent a day in a hospital. PIKE A 19-pound northern pike was celebrated her 100th birthday cau nt ^ month byGuySmlt h of Jan 26 at Rolla, Mo. Mrs. M11 f ord from MIUer>s ^ Stanley can boast she has not Valentine CANDIES • Two Sizes of Hearts • Mello Creme Hearts & Darts Your Choice ib 29° HEART BOXES 39 ( to $3.99 Valentine Novelties • Napkins • Centerpieces • Doilies • Tallies \_\Jc and up Valentine CARDS • Huge Assortment Wide Range of Price and up ARRISON'S "ALGONA'S LEADING VARIETY STORE' PLYMOUTH'S ver Win-You-Over Barracuda Special includes all of the following equipment at our special reduced price. Barracuda Hardtop: • Floor-mounted shift lever (HURST for manual; console for automatic transmission) • White Streak Wide Oval tires • Vinyl roof (choice of 3 colors) • Chrome-plated grille insert • Red reflective tape on deck lid * Deluxe wheel covers • Simulated wood-gram steering wheel • Custom sill moldings * Accent striping • It's all included at a price you can't resist! ANDTHE BEAT GOES ON KEN'S AUTO SERVICE • 1107 N. Main • Algona, Iowa **» CATCH THE ROAD RUNNER HERE AUTHORIZED DEAUfRS

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