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•'•$8:$KS52 Livermore Girl Engaged LIVERMORE - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salmon, Livermore, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Theda Jo, to Christopher J. Busack, Dakota City, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Busack ^of Swanton, Ohio. Miss Salmon will be a 1971 graduate of Twin Rivers High School of Bode. Mr. Busack is a graduate of Mitchell High School, Mitchell, Indiana. He served two years in the army and is now presently employed at Chant- lands in Humboldt. A July 10 wedding is planned. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ..*>y Evelyn \\WA ll Did you ever have a "mad" week - or even a day? Well, I've been having a week of it and it will be a long time before I'll be recovered even in part. The cause? Because ABC is canceling the best program on the air — Lawrence Welk. There are so few programs I care for and then to have that silly "Hee Haw" left on! Well, my blood is at the boiling point! I know a host of people right here in town who share my views. How are the ratings determined and how can it Judge from nation-wide opinions? ABC will be off my serene completely come fall if there is no Welk. - o - My second "mad" Is too personal to discuss. My third "mad' v is that Just as I had reached the point of discontinuing a certain medication, I tried to reach too high and was going to show my right shoulder that after all I was "boss." Instead it showed me and I have been too mad to trust myself to talk back, which covers "mad 2" as well. - o - So much for my grievances which prove I am no " Pollyanna" and .does prove I am Irish, as.I mentioned. - o - I could mention the weather as another "mad" but with robins reported as having arrived and Mabel Rentz phoning me to say there were four in her yard at that time, I am soothed to a degree under the boiling points of the other "mads." - o- Mrs. Sophia Burke has been visited here at Good Samaritan by her son from Chicago. He visited here a year or so ago and came in to meet me.' He stopped in for a brief chat this time and to say good-bye. He had been in Algona a few days to spend as much time as possible with his mother. He is a very pleasant person to know. - o Hot pantsl Ye Gods! Why not start a nudist colony? - o - I was sorry to read of the death of Roy Moulds at Sioux City. I knew his wife before they were married. My Grandmother Henderson thought so much of his mother. They were neighbors and Mrs. Moulds was so good to grandma. My sympathy, Verna, and I am sending the clipping to Maggie Pannkuk, a good friend of yours who will be sorry and will know your trials for she is widowed, too. - o If when you next see me I am a mottled green, don't be sur- prisedl Some extra pills have been added to my "diet" but I don't anticipate long use. At any rate, the others I take har- Furn. Inc. WATSON Interiors monize well and green has always been a favorite color. -fl- it is with regret to me and many others that Harry Ward is no longer our assessor. He has a host of friends who will miss his calls, brief as they were. He is an interesting talker but never used his chats as a prolonged visit. - o - I've been hearing crows and wondered if they leave in the winter and return in the spring. I was told they are "year arounders." If so, they have been mighty quiet. Iknowacrow is not greatly admired. I don't know why but the saying "eat crow" means apologies or some such thing. - o "You're nobody till somebody loves you, and the next thing you know you are a den mother." - o "Arthur" tells me it's time to quit. I guess "he" knows best. - o - To hoot with "Arthur." I just have to add this. A package was just delivered to me from — guess who? Raymond Wehler — so well-known here. It is an Easter gift, a most luscious- looking fruit cake. I shall have a serving this noon. The enclosed card reads, "Your old neighbor, Ray Wehler." He lives in Klamath, Calif. Thank you so much, old friend. I'll be writing to you this p.m. but I'll say "thanks" now, too, Plan Operetta By LuVerne Elementary Grades LUVERNE - On Friday evening, April 2, the 4th, 5th and 6th grades of the LuVerne elementary school will present the operetta "Tom Sawyer". This operetta Is based on the familiar book of the same name by Mark Twain, and depicts the adventures of people who lived In a small town by the Mississippi river a hundred years ago. Principal roles will be taken by Scott Klnne as Tom; Robbi Gronbach as Huckleberry-Finn; , Kevin Vaudt as Joe Harper; Jackie Fox as Aunt Polly; Paula Curry as Mary; and Denise Kiley as Becky Thatcher. The performance will begin at 7:30 and admission will be for adults and 35? for students. The public is cordially invited to attend. vices in the Mt. St. Francis Convent Chapel in Dubuque Wed- nesday morning. Kossuth County Advance Monday, March 29, 1971 ST. JOE I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Drake, Dee Dee and Kathy from Farmington, N. M. were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fantz and family. Mr. Drake works as a missionary for Navaho Missions Inc. On Sunday they spoke at the First Baptist church in Algona concerning their work as missionaries among the Navaho Indians. Their daughter Kathy is a Navaho girl they have adopted. Mrs. John Berte came Wednesday from Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge where she had been a medical patient six weeks. Bob Anderson, Polk, Ohio, was a Tuesday overnight guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner enroute to Bozeman, Montana. Sister Bonevita Berte, 86, died Monday in Mt. St. Francis Holy Family Hall in Dubuque. Relatives attended the funeral ser- Swanson because you're number one! Land Bank Variable Interest fia.te Loans provide for Interest rate reduction when economic, conditions permit and offer borrower protection, too. That's one of the reasons people with growing Ideas do business with the Land Bank. For a long term loan on land—see us! 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