Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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Cant Lose What You Don t Have Yet By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: My daughter, a high school girl, has been having a lot of boys and girls over to the house lately. Among them are some boys of foreign extraction, and whether it's something they eat, or because they don't bathe or change their clothes regularly I do not know, but they smell to high heaven! 1 think it Would be a kindness for someone to tell them. My daughter says that she doesn't want to hurt their feelings, and after a while she doesn't even notice it. Abby, when I, open", our front door I know whether those boys are here or liot! Is there a nice way to solve this problem? OFFENDED DEAR OFFENDED: Apparently your daughter's odoriferous friends aro not as offensive to her as they aro to you. I know Mo "nice" way to tell people they "smell to high heaven." One of their best friends will surely pick up the scent some day and rescue them from social suicide. DEAR ABBY: Where do you stand on this? An Extremely well-to-do, gentleman recently presented his bride with a VERY expensive diamond ring, and 1 mean EXPENSIVE. She is his second wife and he is her second husband, both having "lost" their former mates in the divorce courts. The bride has confided to a few friends (I am one) that she has agreed in her will to leave her diamond to her husband should she die before he does. The idea being that he shall give it either to his next;wife, or to his daughter by his first wife. How uo you like that? •'••:• , . •.. ; . v ' . • ' ...- .. ' l The bride also has a daughter by her first husband. It seems to me that when a man gives his wife a diamond ring, it ii HERS. And she should have the privilege of leaving her ring to her own daughter if she so chooses. Isn t this a rather strange kind of deal?; ; ..;'• DEAR CURIOUS: There's nothing strange about it. The gentleman invested in a diamond, and he's letting his bride wear it as long as she lives. But it is HIS diamond and THEIR deal. And it's also THEIR business. . ' DEAR ABBY: 'There is this boy I like a lot, and every- time he sees me, he says, "Mary, I'll call you tonight!" But he never calls. I told him it he is going to call, to just call, but it he's not going to call not to tell me he is. Can you give me some advice? 1 don't want' to lose him: THIRTEEN DEAR THIRTEEN: LOSE him? If he promises to call and doesn't, you have yet to get him. Pay no attention to him when he says he'll call. And if he calls, it will be a delightful surprise. (CONFIDENTIAL TO "QUESTIONS GALORE" in Pasadena; after he asks you to marry him you can discuss the plans for your wedding, honeymoon, housing, etc. Remember the recipe for making rabbit stew? It begins with, "First, catch the rabbit." Big Broiling •• o with Gas! 6AS RANGE HM9« 25* X 20" QVtn has Cook and Keep-Warm system. Easily handles kingly roasts, the grandest turkeys, your biggest casseroles. Simply dial cooking time and temperature. 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Clwood Rummens, who has been at Rochester for a couple of weeks, had minor surgery on her nose last Thursday. Mr*. Rose Nelson, Jlmmla end Margaret McBreen, attended the silver anniversary of Mrs. Nel* son's son and wife* Mr. and Mrs. 'Clarence' Nelson of Wesley at St. Joseph's parish hall in Wesley Sunday, June 19th. Louis Behounek entered the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Friday morning as a medical pa- lent. , Dr. and Mrs, R. W. Beardsley of Des Moines spent the weekend in their home at Livermore with Mrs. Louise Richard of Humboldt spending Saturday evening with them. Later they took her home accompanied by Mrs. Jessamine Miller: and Mrs. Hattie Miller. Mrs. Marcia Berryhill was a THE NEW SWANSON grocery store at the corner of the Thorington and Nebraska streets is rapidly taking shape. The above picture taken last week shows the skeleton of the old National building after it was dismantled. The side facing Nebraska street will be bricked in and workmen are now con- structing a large addition to the west with footings already in. Two houses and a garage were moved off the west part of the lot when construction began and this will be a blacktop parking lot when the store is ready to open. Swanson Stores, Inc., has its headquarters at Cherokee, Iowa. Ex-Livermore boy nearly electrocuted Livermore — While playing in I a tree house on the Lawrin Stanek farm about 7 miles southwest of Fort Dodge, Thursday evening, where his parents live, Danny McKibben, 9, touched an electric line with a stick and was knocked unconscious and stopped breathing. His parents gave him mouth-to-mouth recus- citation and he was rushed to the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. Breathing had been restored by the time they reached the hospital and he is reported in good condition. He has four burned fingers. He is the son of the Dale McKibbcns, former Livermore residents and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gales. GUEST OFFICERS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson, Elwood Rummens, Mrs. Bill Jergensen and Mrs. Jessamin 1 c Miller of the local Chapter of Eastern Star, were guest ot'ii- cers at the district meeting of the Eastern Star of the 5th district at Laurens Friday evening. Mrs. Bill Hippen was in charge of registration. Evening victors from Livermore were Mrs. T. D. Rossing, IVirs. itay i'iuu, Mrs. Erwin Friday and Mrs. Earl Armstrong. Mrs. ' Peggy Hous- wirth of Laurens is the district instructor. ents of two daughters, one is a teacher and the other, is married and has two children. Mrs. Fred-1 Ernest Logue went to Iowa City erick^ drives a school bus and on Thursday where Lennie had surgery performed on Friday. Frank Cox is a medical patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ciifford Bergum of Fremont, Calit., have been visiting in iiie Home of his father, Martin Bergum, and with other Livermore relatives the Mr. Frederick works in a paper mill. Mrs. Martha Hughes entered Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge on Monday and iiau minor surgery on Friday. She is progressing satisfactorily. Mrs. Dick Schultz and Dennie and Mrs. Schultz's mother, Mrs. business' visitor in Wednesday. Rickio Jones of Storm Lake Jefferson is here visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. Corniel Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zeimet took their daughter Delores, who is a 1966 graduate from Garrigan high school at Algona, to Minneapolis Sunday where she will attend the Professional Business Institute. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Grace Anderson, were Mr and Mrs. Harold Anderson, a nephew, of Riceville, and Mr and Mrs. Charles Beckham 01 Lucas. Miss Sue Strablo of Marion Iowa, was a weekend visitor in the Henry Groh home. past, two weeks. They also visit- Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jacobean ift aft home. «ft,AilMMhWMh*iftitt(l the Neighborhood card dub at her home Tuesday afternoon, A two o'clock dessert luncheon Was served ftfid at cards Mrs. Bill Wilson Won high, Mrs. Bill Da- ViSY low* and Mrs. Julius Becker travel. Mrs. Chet pgan and Mrt. Norman Scott were guests. Mr. and Mr*, John Olson, Mri. Marcia Berryhill, Mrs. Virgil Hansell and Debbie and Miss An> na Murray went to Perry Sun? day where they joined other mehibers of the Historical Society on a tour. Mr. and Mrs. Don ColHnt on- tertamed the following people for dinner and the afternoon in the Fellowship hall of the Lutheran church Sunday in honor of the confirmation, of their son, Roger that church services that morning: Pastor and Mrs. Wm. Stock, David Stock and fiance of Des Moines, Roger's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer and Mrs. Kate Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Faber Dugan of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs: Merwin Marlow, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Collins and family, Mrs. Dennis Thompson of Humboldt Mrs. Dennis Wagner and Bobby of Rolfe, Oscar and Ida Riley of West Bend, Mrs. Ruth Necker, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blumer and family of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding and family and Mr. and Mrs. DeLaine Blumer and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. James Blumer and family of Ventura, Mrs. Richard Wilcox and family of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Norland Blumer and family of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Dick pumphy and Mary Margaret—sixty one in all. , who was one of the six were confirmed during ENTERTAIN CHURCHES The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church at Irvington entertained members of the Ottosen and Livermore churches at the church Thursday afternoon. Those attending from Livermore were: Mrs. John Olson, Mrs. Guy Raney, Mrs. Jessamine Miller, Mrs. Ross Clark, Mrs. Grace Anderson, Mrs. Lawrence Frederick, Mrs. Myron Dudley, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann and Mrs. Frank Sprong. JUNIOR AUXILIARY The Junior Auxiliary met at the Legion hall Saturday afternoon with 8 members and 4 guests present. Janice Thul, the president, conducted the business meeting and plans were made to have a picnic some time in July and visit the Grotto at West Bend. Mary Renquist and Susan Eisenbarth were in charge of entertainment and bingo was played. Denice Babounek served the lunch. STALZER DAUGHTER A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stalzer at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge on Sunday, June 19. She has been named Judy Anne. This makes three girls and one boy in the family. Mr. Stalzer will be head janitor at the Twin Rivers high school in Bode next year. He has been driving a school bus. TO HANNA'S SWITCH Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Vaudt and family have moved to Hanna's Switch, where Mr, Vaudt is manager of the Farmer's Elevator. He had been an employee of the Farmer's Co-op at Livermore for the past 15 years. Mr. and Mr*. Burdette Frederick, Spokane, Wash., visited a couple days last week in the homes of his brothers, the Lawrence and Harold Frederick homes. They also visited relatives at Mason City and her aunt, Mrs. Ida Riley at West Bend and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. LaVonne Riley at Sioux City. They are the MAKE THE SAVE OF THE SEASON! FORft DEALER SPRING Vou're ahead all the way! Now's the time to trade for one of our Ford "bonus babies"! Specially equipped models at specially low prices! Ford or Fairlane hardtops, convertibles, Ford Ranch Wagons. 2-way doorgate I Pleated all-vinyl trim I Fairlanes: "spinner-type" wheel covers! BUY TODAY- BE AHEAD ALL THE WAY! TAYLOR M OTOR CO. 3?0 iAST STATf STRUT ALGQNA,

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