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Her sex life not his 'affair' By Abigail Van Buren te 1»71 by Chicifo Tribune.N. Y. Nun Sift., Inc.) DEAR ABBY: I have a very intelligent friend whose company I enjoy a lot until he starts asking personal questions which make me very uncomfortable. For instance, he wants to know how I feel about sex. Then he asks about my dreams, my earlier years, and other highly personal things which always end up"with sex. Abby, I want to be perfectly truthful in all discussions, but I think some of the things he asks are none of his business. What should I do? I hate to tell him off and lose his friendship. I know you are supposed to like people in spite of their faults. Can you give a confused young lady some hints on proper conduct in this situation? I am unmarried and so is he - JOAN OF ARC DEAR JOAN: Tell him that you prefer to keep your "ideas" about some subjects strictly personal, and sex is one of them. His questions sound to me like a prelude to other intimacies. Keep him in his place and don't be drawn into discussions which make you uneasy. And if you lose him, you lose him. The woodwork is full of men like him. DEAR ABBY: My husband of nearly one year will not go visiting w:lh me to see my family, and particularly my parents. He has no objections to my going, but he would rather go fishing or sit home alone than go with me. He refuses to go to church with me and has recently stated that he will not attend my sister's wedding. Why should a man who used to court me from my parents' home and used to attend church regularly suddenly decide he doesn't want to sec my family anymore and church is out? He loathes wearing a tie. I am going to have a baby next month and he has just told me he will not attend the christening. Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated. Thank you. BAFFLED DEAR BAFFLED: If your husband changed "suddenly"—something could be physically or mentally wrong with him. He'll need a doctor to determine that. If he has simply decided that now that he has you, he doesn't have to put up with anything that displeases him, he is behaving like a spoiled little boy. If you can't get him to listen to some fair counseling, you will either have to get rid of him or get used to him. DEAR ABBY: About three years ago I was in such a serious mental state that I was guilty of actually inflicting physical abuse on my helpless child. This would occur only when I was terribly depressed, but these depressions were becoming more and more frequent. Many would have said, "Put her in prison and take her child away from her." Fortunately I must have seen a ray of light, as I ...telephoned cur Community Mental Health Service. Instead of ^condemning me, they said, "Come let,us help you." It has taken three years of treatment for me to reach this point, and I have more ahead of me yet, but I have come a long, long way. To your readers who are experiencing the same or similar problems, I say, seek help now. Don't be disheartened by the slowness of your recovery, since it probably took more than just a few months to acquire the problems which are surfacing now. Stay with the treatment in seach of mental health as I did, and you, too, will enjoy being a mother. HAPPY IN SEATTLE DEAR HAPPY: Unfortunately you will never know how many have been helped by your letter. Thank you for writing. CONFIDENTIAL TO "CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWAN": Retirement means, to most wives, twice as much husband on half as much income. League Of Women Voters Elects Officers The League of Women Voters, met Tuesday evening in the Educational building of the Congregational church. They adopted their study program for the coming year and new officers were elected. Re-elected president for 197173 term was Jan Andreasen; first vice-pres., Marge Bartholomew; secretary, Peg Fowler; directors for a two-year term are Suzanne Diemerly, Sharon Cowan and Nancy Ambrose. Nelda Finn, Juanita Loss and Nancy Ambrose were elected to the nominating committee. Delegates to the state convention to be held April 21-22 in Iowa City are Jan Andreasen, Marge Bartholomew, peg Fow- ler, Sharon Cowan and Nancy Ambrose. Mrs. Dorothy Arend, OEO coordinator for the south half of Kossuth County, gave the program. Ann Anderson and Jan Cook were in charge of arrangements for the meeting. The League of Women Voters is open to any woman citizen 18 years of age or older. TUESDAY, APRIL 6 LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS meet at the home of Jan Anderson. Both old and new members are urged to attend. ALGONA CDA COURT 283 will hold its monthly meeting at St. Cecelia's school with dinner at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting at 7:45. FINAL DATE FOR WIG BUCK REDEMPTION Tues., April 6 12:30 - 5:30 P.M. VFW Bldg., Algona This is the last time to redeem your wig bucks. They cannot be returned to our store. 2 — Kossufh County Advance Monday, April 5, 1971 To Wed Algonan MR. AND MRS. Ted Ketcham of Spencer announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Leona, to Mr. Terry Chamberlain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain of Algona. Both are presently attending Iowa Lakes Community College, Emmetsburg. Terry formerly served with the U.S. Army in Viet Nam and Germany. A July 24 wedding is being planned at Spencer. Schipulls Of Ringsted Have "25th" Honors The 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schipull was observed at an open house at Ringsted's St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday, March 21, from 2 to 5 p.m. Their children, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schipull, Emmetsburg; Duane Schipull, Coralville; and Elaine, Merle and Craig of Graettinger, hosted the event. The guest book was attended by Merle and Craig Schipull. Mrs. Mike Schipull and Elaine Schipull displayed the gifts and 'cards." •* - ; • -* 7 The reception table was dec-" orated with a two-tiered cake with blue flowers on white and the traditional silver anniversary decorations. Rev. Anderson said a prayer and lunch was served to the guests. Friends of the couple who assisted in the kitchen were Mrs. Mabel Jensen, Mrs. Willard Twait, Mrs. Arnold White, Mrs. A.J. Berkland, Mrs. Darrel Cummins and Mrs. Gilbert England. Waitresses were Jewell Ulrich, Vickie England and LaDonna Jensen. Mrs. Bob Heinen, Algona, and Janet Schipull, Wesley, served punch. Coffee pourers were Lyle's sister, Mrs. Fred Lupkes, Algona, and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Raymond Schipull of Hardy. Evelyn Pinkele and Lyle Schipull were married March 21, 1946 in the Methodist Church, Eagle Grove. Her attendants were Mrs. Paul Mekelson (deceased), Mrs. Betty Mericle, Eagle Grove, and Mrs. JohnHar- rigan, Glendale, Calif. None were present for the celebration. Mr. Schipull's attendants were Otto Schipull, Algona; Louis Pinkele, Eagle Grove; and Raymond Schipull, -Hardy. All were present. The Schipulls have lived in the Ringsted area the past ten years. Brothers and sisters attending the anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lupkes, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pinkele, Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schipull and family, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schipull and family, Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schipull and family, Algona. Nieces and nephews attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heinen, Algona; Donna Pinkele, Des Moines; and Donald Pinkele, Storm Lake. Guests registered from Ringsted, Graettinger, Emmetsburg, Wallingford, Armstrong, Algona, Coralville, Cylinder, Hardy, Eagle Grove, Wesley, Burt, Des Moines, Storm Lake and Worthington, Minn. Hairdressers Meet, To Elect Next June The Kossuth County Hairdressers affiliate #75 met at 8 p.m., March 30 at the home of the • president .M?ry . Jane Haver.ly. .. The next regular meeting will be April 12 at Al's restaurant,. . at Wesley. The program will be' by Gary Schriber, a beauty supply salesman from Albert Lea,' Minn., on "How to make more money in the Beauty Salon". The May meeting will be the election of officers and installation will be'held in June. They are also planning a picnic with the site to be decided upon later. Algona Girl Tapped For Honor Society Mary Ann Eischen, junior at Saint Mary of Omaha, Neb., was one of eleven young women tapped for initiation in Sigma Phi Sigma, Mercy National Honor Society. The new members were honored at a Pledge ceremony and tea last Saturday afternoon at the Student Center. Induction ceremonies will take place April 29. READ THE WANT ADSJ Drug Lecture At LuVerne Attracts 60 LUVERNE - Approximately 60 persons attended the "Drug Education Lecture" Tuesday evening at the City Hall with Mr. Cliff Llewelyn of Humboldt as the featured speaker. Mrs. James Mallory introduced Mr. Llewelyn to the group. A question and answer period followed with James Mallory and Mr. Llewelyn answering the questions brought before them. Lunch was served by members of the Progressive Club. - o BIRTHDAY EVENT A birthday banquet was held Thursday evening at the United Methodist Church with a large crowd in attendance. The decorated tables were carried out in the birthday theme with large birthday cakes as the centerpieces graced by candles. Toastmaster for the occasion was Lyle Shelton. "Birthday Thoughts" by Mrs. Robert Barber, and group singing led by Mrs. Dwight Savage were the highlights of the program. Drawings were held at the close of the evening with the large birthday cakes going to the winners. - o POSTPONED MEETING A postponed meeting of the Good Will Club met recently at the City Hall. The club discussed plans to have a cancer film shown at a later date. Mystery sister gifts were presented to Mrs. Ted Johnson, Emma Krause, Mrs. Orville Hurlburt and Mrs. Alice Hinz. Mrs. Wm. Goetsch was in charge of entertainment and showed slides of her trip to Europe last summer. Lunch was served by Mrs. John Pergande. - o - 80TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Wm. Radii will celebrate her 80th birthday on April 10 in the home of Mrs. Gerald Brace, Hayfield, Minn. All friends who wish to send her a greeting, her address is Mrs. Wm. Radii, Hayfield, Minn. Mrs. Radii and her late husband formerly lived in the LuVerne area for many years. CANCER FILM An American Cancer Society film- will be shown at the City Hall in LuVerne on April 12 at 8 p.m. Diane Dalton of Mason City, the field representative, will sh,ow films, answer questions, and pass out literature. The public is invited to attend and refreshments will be served. - o Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston of Pocahontas and Mrs. Marlyn Gregerson and sons of Rutland. Mrs. Vervon Davidson, Kathy and.Ralph of Iowa Falls were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. Also calling in the Davidson home were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston of Pocahontas and Mrs. Marlyn Gregerson and sons of Rutland. Society Editor Gone Today's Woman's Page is a bit light due to the fact that the Algona Newspapers'Society Editor, Dorothy Muckey, has spent the week at Shakopee, Minn, with her parents. Her father underwent surgery in mid-week. HOOD'S SUPER VALU : BUY NOW AND SAVE I! Ladies your choice of either a 15.5 cu, ft. refrigerator or 30" range with self- cleaning oven (color no extra charge) for $259.88. ALGONA, IOWA PLANTS OF ALL KINDS - CORSAGES JOHNSON'S FLOWERS Glenn and Carrie Johnson Uptown Algona 109 South Harlan 295-5510 Janice Thul To Wed ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thul announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Ann, to Michael W. Welp, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W.,Welp,Algona. Miss Thul is employed as a registered nurse at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. Mr. Welp is employed by Redings Gravel and Excavating Co., Algona. A summer wedding is planned. Irvington By M«« McL««n ATTEND FUNERAL RITES Residents from this area attending funeral services for Mrs. A. J. Eastman at the United Methodist Church in Britt March 30 were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Romer, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roney. The Dean Culbertsons, Lone Rock, called at the funeral home Monday evening. Mrs. Eastman, mother of Toby Eastman, Independence, formerly of Algona, died March 27 at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn. Several months ago she had surgery for the removal of a lobe from one lung. Recently she was hospitalized at Britt, suffering from double pneumonia; later removed to Mason City and then to Rochester. She was born March 16, 1909 at Renwick and is survived by her husband and son, Toby. Burial was at Elmwood Cemetery at Renwick. - o VISITORS LEAVE Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Utoft and Kelly Ann, Ankeny, left for home March 26 after visiting Mrs. Utoft's grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, and Mrs. Hazel Sabin. The Utofts had come to Algona to bring his sister, Debbie Utoft, who had been visiting them, this far on. her way back to St. _. Cloud, Minn, where she" attends college. Her parents, Mr. arid ' Mrs. Rudolph Utoft, Tyler, Minn., met her here. While the Utofts were here, ' Mrs. Sabin, Mrs. Schulz and Mrs. Utoft visited Dr. and Mrs. David Hoyt and family in Humboldt. Richard Schulz, Des Moines, has also been a recent visitor with his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, and Mrs. Hazel Sabin. TITONKA VISITORS : Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gatton, i Donald and Keith and LizSankey, I all of Titonka, stopped at the : Dennis Olson home March 19 enroute to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. to visit Pvt. Terry Gatton who entered the service in February. Besides the brief visit, the Titonkans took advantage of the Olson's hot water since they were without electricity at Titonka and also enjoyed a hot dinner before continuing on the trip. They stopped at Rodman and picked up Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gatton, who went to Ft. Leonard Wood with them. The group returned home March 21. The Dennis Olsons were also visitors March 21 at the Kenneth Gatton home in Titonka. - o On March 21 Theresa and John, Jr., children of Mr. and Mrs. John Marti, had their first communion at St. Cecelia's Church, Algona. Guests at the Marti home later in the day for an early supper were Mr. and Mrs. John Bonnstetter, Rodman; Mrs. Anna Marti, West Bend; and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer, Irvington. CAKES FOR OCCASIONS Wedding and all occasion cakes made to order especially for you. We will deliver and set up your your wedding cake. Call: 295-3878 MRS. ROBERT F. KAIN ROUTE NO. 2 BOX 88 . 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