The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 7
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(la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Feb. 23, 1961 You Can Address Questions to Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA Under A cohuim for u*.o By Don Betty Besch Is Feb. 13 Bride At Whittemore ; Dear Dan: It isn't very often that I haven't been able to go to «iy parent? and get ndvice and guidance but this time I know 1 can't .nnd I'm asking you for your help. I'll be 21 in July,' a man in tljc eyes of the law. My girl nnd I would like to get married sometime this summer but the way things look, we just don't know. Our problem is religion. She's a Catholic and I'm a Bap'tis and as much as we love each other, we won't give up 'our religion for the other. We're sure of that decision so the question we're in qliiring about is mixed-marriages or marriages between people o different religions. / * \ How good would our chances be for our marriage to succeed with each of us going lo different churches? How about children? I f wouldn't want the children raised as Catholics nnd my wife wouldn't want the mraised «s Baptists. Do you have any ugures to show just how successful such rn,nn'inges arc nnd what is the outcome where children are concerned? — Mixed Up. Dear Mixed Up: Mixed marriages arc in great part like other marriages — some are successful nnd some fail. I know of many couples of different religions who apparently have happy marriages arid in several cases, either the husband or Ihe Wife has made enough of a concession so that the; children are being raised in one religion without any bitterness or disappointment on the parents' parts. However, I don't advocate mxcd mnrriages and never will. Your girl and you can learn a lot more by scheduling a meeting with her •priest nnd your minister and tnlking the problem out. That's about all I cnn tell you. * * * • Dear Dan: There's a boy who goes to our canteen every Frida . night nnd I'm just dying to meet him but I don't know how. H dances once in n while but has never asked me and I don't have th courage lo ask him whenever we have a ladies choice. I have caugh him staring nt me several limes and wonder if this means he migh like to get to know me? Please answer soo. — Miss Shyness. Dear Miss Shyness: If you haven't asked this boy to dance during a ladies choice because of shyness, it's just possible the boy has same problem. A boy can appear to be a regular ladies' man one dance w/th 30 different girls during an evening but if he has enough shyness in his make-up, he usually won't be very aggressive where the crirl he likes is concerned. It looks to me as if you're wasting a ilot of valuable time. Get up your courage and the next time you have a ladies choice, ask him. II you don't, he just may get discouraged and stop coming to the canteen. Wouldn't thnt be terrible? * * * Dear Dan: I want to get a lawn mowing business started this summer and would like to know if I should charge extra when I use my mower or would it be belter to keep the price the same for everybody? I'm nearly 14. — Ambitious. Dear Ambitious: Use your own lawn mower for all your work and charge the same rate, whether Jt be for the size of a lawn or by the hour. * » * Dear Dan: When a boy wanls to,kiss a girl goodnight, does he just kiss her or should he ask permission? I've taken this girl out four times and, still haven't kissed her goodnight. I think she wants ;to have me kiss her but Tm not sure. What should I do? — Billy. Dear Billy: Sometimes a boy can ask a girl for a goodnight kiss without even speaking a word. In your case I think if you ask the girl, you'd be better off. Some girls won't kiss a boy good night even after a dozen dates but most will after several dates — and you qualify. starting at 1 p.m. Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers, Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Feb. 27, Monday —Harold Dreyer complete dairy dispersal sale 43 head high grade Holsteins, at farm located 1 mile east of Fenton and % mile south. Quinn Berkland, auct. FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Moines Feb. 25 Saturday — Albert Kramer, I'-a miles west of Algona Highway Junction 18-169, Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer. The Jolly 500 Club was ent6 tained Tuesday afternoon at tl home of Mr and Mrs James Be ch. Mrs Lucy Bosch Won hig Mrs Matt Erdman second hi| and Mrs Martin Duffy low. 'Mr Harold McDonnell was a guest o the club. i NOtES OP SERVICE MEN Whitiemore — St. Michael's Catholic church was the scttinj a late winter wedding Mon- of RETIRES Floyd E. Fetzer recently retired 'after working 44% years in the Ladora post office. He used 18 cars during those 4 years. day, February 13, at 10 a.m. in which Betty Besch, daughter of Wr and Mrs James Besch of Whittemore, and David Kollasch on of Mr and Mrs Herman Kolasch of Whittemore, were mar- ied in a double ring ceremony. Rev. Philip Dailey officiated. The ouple is pictured above. Sister Mary Eleanor, organist, ccompanied the junior choir, nd Mrs Raymond Voigt, soloist, ang "Ava Marie" and "On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother." Acolytes were Dennis Besch nd Paul Kollasch. The bride, escorted to the altar y her father, was attractive in a own of white Imported chantilly dee bodice with chantilly lace eeves that came to points at the vrist. Her floor length nylon net kirt was fashioned with paneled ace trimmed with sequins appli- [iied over satin. Her fingertip eil of imported English Bridal illusion silk net was fashioned full circular hold in place .with a fitted scalloped demi cap a with satin tubing bow daintly trimmed with seeded pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of assorted roses and carnations. Carol Kollasch of Algona was the maid of honor, „ and Miss Betty Derner was. bridesmaid. John Kollasch of Whittemore was bestman, and Robert Besch was groomsman. Donald Besch and William Kollasch were the ushers. A dinner and reception was held at the Plantation dining room for some 200 relatives and friends of the couple. The bride attended Presentation school in Whittemore and graduated from Presentation high and was employed with the Farmers State Bank in Whittemore. The bridegroom also attended the Presentation Academy and graduated in the Presentation high school, and served two years n the Army and has been em- aloyed with Everds Construction Company of Algona. They will ive in Whittemore. (Glenn Studio photo --UDM Engraving). Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, left Wednesday afternoon for Albert Lea, where they will spend a week or more at the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and family. -sJ^&IS? M^ George Maahs and fSWHljr^left Saturday afternoon for Ames, where they visited at the home of their daughter Mr and Mrs Don Emery and family in Ames. Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade, and Robert Bell of Algona, Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt of Fenlon, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., were .FORT BELVOIR, VA. — Army :Pvt. Eldon K. Thompson, son of Mr nnd Mrs Lauren Thompson, Lakota, Iowa, completed the 11- week diesel engine repair course Jan. 27 at The Engineer' School, Fort Bclvoir, Va. He was trained to repair fuel injection systems, diesel engines and auxiliary starting motors on heavy engineer equipment, such as crane-shovels, tractors, graders and air compressors. Thompson completed basic training at Fort Hood, Tex. The 22-year-old soldier attend ed Lakota High School. FORT BUCKNER, OKINAWA — Army Pvt. Gerald E. Manser son of Mr and Mrs Harold J, Manser, Route 1, Algona, Iowa participated with other members of the 2d Airborne Battle Group, 503rd Infantry in a .mass parachute jump on Okinawa, Jan. 30. The jump is the first to take place on the newly-christened Corregidor Drop Zone, named for the Philippine island which was liberated from the Japanese by the 503d in 1945. Until recently such jumps were conducted in the Han river basin near Seoul, Korea. The 503d, which is regularly stationed on Okinawa, is a forward battle group of the 25th Infantry Division, which has its headquarters in Hawaii. Manser, a rifleman in the infantry's Company C, entered the Army in October 1959 and completed basic training at Fort Riley, Kan. The 19-year-old soldier was graduated from Algona High School in 1959. BAUMHOLDER. GERMANY — Army Specialist Four Roger A. Studef, 21, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph M, Studer, Wesley, Iowa participated with 'other person* nel from the 8th Infantry Division 'in Exercise Winter, Shield II at the Grafenwohr-Hohenfels training area in Perniany. Winter Shield, an annual Seventh U.S. Army winter field training maneuver, involved 60,* 000 U.S. Army, German'and French troops and marked the highpoint of a year's training for. units in NATO's 'Pyramid of Power." A tracked-vehicle mechanic in Company E of the division's 68th Armor in Baumholder, Specialist One of One Thousand All New 1961 Fixtures This handsomely ribbed white glass ceiling fixture with sparkling clear prismatic crystal bottom is just one of the many, all new 1961 fixtures you will find at Pratt Electric Construction Co. This fixture adds- a decorative note to Kitchen, Bathroom or Utility room. It is •handsome but inexpensive arid comes in three sizes with one, two or three light bulbs. 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