ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, TUBS., FEB. jU 1972 Page 6 -AM. Nights with boyfriend foreign to French female By Abigail Van Buren 16 1*71 by CMate TrtMM-N. V. N«wt SNitf.. Inc.] DEAR ABBY: I am a college student [male type] who recently started going with a very dishy French exchange student. We combine business with pleasure as she also tutors me in French. [This is no gag. I pay her.] The problem is that she lives on campus and I commute. When we are together it is always at my place because she lives with two other girls. I call for her and drive her home, but it is such a great distance that we usually pull up in front of her place in broad daylight. She doesn't like this because she says the neighbors "talk," and it looks bad. I told her she could eliminate that problem by staying at my place all night, but she won't buy it. How can I convince her that in this country it doesn't mean anything if a guy brings a girl home by the dawn's early light? COLLEGE MAN DEAR MAN: I can't convince her because I agree with her. Start earlier and you won't be bringing her home in the "oul" hours of the morning DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a co-worker whose idea of a very special Christmas "gift" is a large picture of HIMSELF with a flowery inscription? JUST ASKING DEAR JUST: He must be long on pictures and short on taste. DEAR ABBY: I am a 21-year-old bride-toJbe. The groom is still married to his first wife. Our wedding is set for Feb. 12th, the invitations have already gone out, but he's still not divorced. Every time I mention it to him he tells me that these things take "time." When <we became engaged [two years ago], he told me he was getting a divorce, but for some reason it hasn't come thru yet. I sometimes wonder if he isn't still In love with his first wife, and is just using me. What am I going to do about all the wedding plans if he is still married by our wedding date? CONFUSED DEAR CONFUSED: Cancel the wedding* *U cows* But if I were you, I wouldn't wait that long. DEAR ABBY: This is for the husband of "PRACTICALLY UNTOUCHED IN TULSA": We don't believe that if he doesn't see a doctor, his wife should see a lawyer. He • should see his nearest recruiting officer, and* spend a year la Viet Nam. Then he would appreciate one of the finer things in life—having his wife with him. [signed] FIVE GI'S AT PHAN RANG CAPT. ROBERT D. JACOBS T. SGT. JOSEPH H. JOHNSON S. SGT. JAMES G. GORDON SGT. CARTER S. RICHARDSON JR. S. SGT. JAMES L. BARKER Art Students Offer Frosh Scholarship at ILCC Art students at Iowa Lakes Community College have again voted to offer a scholarship to a freshman art student entering the college in the fall of 1972. The scholarship will have a value of not less than $50. Students interested in the scholarship may write to the Art Department, Iowa Lakes Community College, Estherville, Iowa 51334, and full information and an application form will be mailed. The college's art students have voted to contribute another $50 to the college to aid in the purchasing of photographic equipment for a photographic darkroom in the new building. The students also elected to raise money to aid in the landscaping of the new classroom complex nearing completion on the North Campus. Funds for these projects have been raised by various activities of the art students at the college through their organizations, the Student Art League. Projects have included the sale of refreshments and student - designed bumper stickers. Film on Brazil Here Wednesday The Rev. Ben Peterson will be showing slides of his work in Northeast Brazil at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the Calvary Baptist Church of Estherville. The Rev. Peterson has spent two four year terms in Brazil with the Association of Baptist for World Wide Evangelism. The Rev. St. Lawrence said "We count it a real privilege to have a missionary of Mr. Peterson's stature to speak in our church." TV Tonight 'Search for the Nile' A Special Adventure TUESDAY SPECIAL - Estherville Winter Sports Festival, starring Dr. John Powers, Ron Riedemann, Stan Young, Bob Wilson, Dr. Hi Leonard, Al Conlee. 12:30and 6:30 p.m. Cable Channel 11 VIDEO.TAPE REPLAY — ILCC vs. Boone. 6:30 p.m. Cable Channel 11. GLEN CAMPBELL - 6:30 p.m. CBS. SEARCH FOR THE NILE Special: Another adventure in darkest Africa. 6:30 p.m. NBC. MOD SQUAD - 6:30p.m. NBC. HAWAII FIVE-0 - "While You're at it, Bring the Moon." 7 p.m. CBS. PRE-OLYMPIC SPECIAL Special: 7:30 p.m. NBC. CANNON — Crime Drama — 8:30 p.m. CBS. PERRY MASON— Mystery"The Madcap Modiste." 8:30p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. MARCUS WELBY - "I'm Really Trying." 9 p.m. ABC. JOHNNY CARSON - 10:30p.m. NBC. WEDNESDAY FILM- "Credit" Credit examined by Dun and Bradstreet — Take a second look. 6:30 p.m. Cable Channel 11. CAROL BURNETT - 7 p.m. CBS. PRO HOCKEY - The Minnesota North Stars take on the Maple Leafs of Tornoto. 7 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. MEDICAL CENTER - 8 p.m. CBS. PERSUADERS - Adventure. 8:30 p.m. MANNIX— 9 p.m. CBS. XI OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES — Special 9 p.m. NBC. DRAGNET - Crime Drama- 10 p.m. Independent Cable Channel 7. SCOTT MUNSON Scott Munson In Westmar Interim Lab LE MARS — Scott Munson of Estherville is participating in a musical laboratory experience for the Westmar College Interim. Participants in the course, entitled "Silence to Sound," meet musical concepts through sound experiences ranging from the use of a leaf to the electronic music lab. According to Frank Summerside, associate professor in music at Westmar, who is direct- tag the students, "This is a learning experience in hearing sounds in one environment and using these sounds as well as evaluating the use of sound by others." Munson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Munson is a graduate of N. W. Military. He is a sophomore at Westmar. 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