Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1966 · Page 9
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Kid sieve that watermelon! Divorce Won't Solve Problem DEAR ABBY: What do you do about a husband who can't keep his big mouth shut? Every time we have company he talks, talks, talks! Nothing is too personal for him to talk about, and he's never heard a secret. When our guests leave, they know how much we owe, which relatives we don't get along with, and how much we paid for everything in the house. No one tells us THEIR business, and of course we are seldom invited anywhere. My big-mouthed husband refuses to believe it's because he can't keep anything to himself. How can I wake him up short of dragging him thru the divorce court? DESPERATE DEAR DESPERATE: And if you dragged him thru the divorce court, what would you have accomplished? Dumping • man with all those lovely qualities you saw in him before you married him, who finally learned how to keep his mouth shut. But he wouldn't be yours any more. Try to educate the blabbermouth. DEAR ABBY: I have a girl Mend who is in trouble. Just about everyone in the neighborhood knows about her. Well, I feel 1 shouldn't desert her now as we have been friends for a long time and I really like her. My problem is people say I am getting a bad reputation from being her friend because she is bad. Should I stick with this girl altho everyone says, "Birds of a feather fly together?" CONFUSED DEAR CONFUSED: "Birds of a feather may or may not always fly together," but I am reminded of another saying: "One swallow doesn't make a summer." And one mistake does not make a girl "bad." If she is your friend, she is your friend. Stick with her. DEAR ABBY:My father passed away last year and this friend of my mother's has been coming here a lot lately trying to make friends with me. I just can't accept him because I have an idea that he and my mother were more than just friends before my father died. I can't talk to my mother about it, but I just can't like this man either. 1 go to Sunday school and know right from wrong, and I don't think 1 will ever be able to forgive my mother and this man for what they have done and are doing. Can you give me ABOVE, ELGIN ALLEN sees that there is a steady sup ply of watermelon at the feed held Wednesday evening at the " athletic field for Algona Little League and softball players."' Algona service club members were cutting watermelon as fast? as they could Tor the four to five hundred children who came to the feed. Sonic 1,250 pounds of watermelon was consumed. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. went to Vincent, Iowa, l»»t Monday afternoon where they visited Mrs. Phelps' niece, Mrs. Jerry Schwettee. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and little son John came from Minneapolis Saturday. They came for the Heidenwith family reunion which was held at Swea City Sunday. Mrs. Thompson and John spent the week in the Ed* mund Larson home. Mrs. Robert Lovstad, Mrs. Edmund Larson", Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs. Jack Thompson and John attend,d the Shirley Circle of the Burt Methodist church, Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Harvey Larsen. The former Beverly Larson, (iRiy, bonnie, Barbara Parsons, Judy Woltz, Roberta Hamilton and Barbara Dremmel attended sort of a class reunion, in the lome of Mrs. Karen Bernau Boyken at Whittemore. "Worry often gives a smal thing a big shadow." •••••••••••••••••••••••• Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones some advice? I am 14. NEEDS HELP DEAR NEEDS: The Bible says, "Judge not, lest ye be judged." You could be mistaken. CONFIDENTIAL TO WINTER WEDDING IN SALT LAKE CITY: I think every girl should marry for love. If she loves money, my advice goes double because the girl who loves money and marries a man without it is sure to make both herself and her husband miserable. Probelms? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Col., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Hate to write letters? Send SI to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." AI q ona no^uth County "^^™^™^'™* """* *^*^^**^^m^^m**^l*e^*^*~*^^*^*^*~~*^* l *^**^'^^^*~ > * THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1966 — ALGONA, IOWA — vance Auxiliary at Fenton to sew carpet rags Fenton — The Legion Auxiliary held its annual picnic at Mrs. Clarence Osborn's Friday. They sent $2.50 to the Iowa City Veterans Administration hospital. The project of the Auxiliary for the coming year is to sew carpet rags., Individuals interested in sewing clothing for children at Glenwood or elsewhere are also urged to do so. USE ADVANCE WANT ADS FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES "The Midwest's Fastest, High Banked, V 2 Mile Race Track" Every Sunday Night - 9 P.M. Rain Postponement — Races will be held following Friday "THE 'ACTION' TRACK OF THE MIDWEST" MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS Fairmont, Minn. PLAN CHURCH HOURS The combined pastoral relations committees of the Fenton and Cylinder Methodist church es met recently and set up new ;ime schedules to begin Sept. 4 For the winter Fenton will have church, school from 9:30 a.m. to 10:25 with worship from 10:30 to 11:30. Cylinder will have wor ship from 9 a.m. to 10, followed by church school. Next summer Fenton's worship will be from 8:30 to 9:30 and Cylinder's from 10 to 11. This will enable Rev. Eldridge to serve both parishes. BACK FROM TRIP The Marold Schleis, Steve and Allen, recently returned from a 5,000-mile trip in 12 western states. They attended the wedding of Mrs. Schlei's nephew, Arlen Bilsborough to SueZann Gustafson, Sebastapol, Calif. They also visited the Gerald Mc- Clintocks. Mrs. McChntock is the former Ethel Weisbrod, of Fenton. attend were Mrs. Olga Huskamp nd Mrs. Mary Hansen, both of vhom are in rest homes. Mrs. Don Berryman and children spent last week visiting Vlrs. Berryman's parents, the Eldon Hantelmans. Mr. Berryman oined them over the weekend HOME FROM HOSPITAL Carol and Michael Tietz both returned home late last week from St. Ann hospital where they were hospitalized following injuries received in an automobile accident. Both are recovering at the home of Mrs. Tietz's Jalopy Against When The Rebels Daily Trips To The Grocery Store — Phone 295-3762 for Speaker ow and family of Irvington, Mr and Mrs. Leroy Phelps and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kromin ga and family of Rockford, III. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andrea sen, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitcl and Kenneth Sarchet, all of Port and, were among the forty-som< leaving Burt Monday mornini on the Burt Cooperative Eleva tor Bur Tour. They all returne Wednesday night, everyone hav ing a very good time. Mrs. Bernard Phelps and mo ther, Mrs. Minnie Sperring an Mrs. Paul Krominga and famil Thursday guests at Darrel Bishop's were Mrs. Glen Kirschner and children, Mason City. The Darrel Bishops were Saturday visitors at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, with Mrs. Richard Looft, a surgery patient there. The Ralph Gengters, Patsy Kennedy, will move from Whittemore to Fort Dodge. At present he is taking training for meat cutting at Harlan for two weeks. He will be employed by a new Swanson store at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Collin Myers and sons, of Virginia Beach, V*., have been visiting two weeks with her er, the Metvin Jdfittsoft^, Myers, Cecil Godii-edsdf,*, ftunv bpldt, parents of Mrs, Myers and Mrs. Johnson, arid the Harold (trantzes had a picnic at Fair" moht Sunday. The Walter ManseS left July 23 for Willmar, Minn., for a few days at his brother, Albert's. They visited a friend, the Not* man Walters, north of Pine River, and went to Lake Vertrijlliott and at Princeton, Minn., visited the Henry Olsons and Duane Strombergs. They spent a weekend in Minneapolis, with her aunt, Mrs. Flora Eberhart, and cousins, the Ed Paikens. The Walter O'Greens and Brian spent 11 days visiting the daughter, the Richard Seylars, and Timmy, at Vallejo, Calif. At Alameda, Calif., they visited the Kenneth Seylars. They came through Yellowstone. • Mrs. Glen Morrw, Fox Lake, Minn., is spending a few days at her daughter, the Walter 0'- Green's. Mrs. Marie Pahl, Ambly, Minnesota, is visiting her niece, Mrs. Carl Lofstrom. The Marlyn Pauls and Mrs. Elnora Paul, Iowa Falls, attended a reunion at Eden Valley, Minn., Sunday. The Kenneth Andersons, Estherville, were Sunday visitors at Tom Preston's. The Sam Links were Tuesday guests at Tom Preston's. The Roy broclersons, DeSmet, S. D., were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Douglas Guerdet They came for the funeral of their son-in-law. Michael, Duane and Loren Letcher, sons of the Kenneth Letchors, Alexandria, S. D., spent three days at Floyd Montgomery's. Sunday August 21 the Regula Baptist church will have as gues speaker the Rev. Bernard Bancroft. He will be speaking in she morning ^yorship service at 10:45 and again at the evening service at 8:00 p.m. Rev. Bancroft is now serving as administrative secretary of the Associated Missions of the International Council of Christian Churches. Prior to this he served as a missionary in the Philippines from 1936 - 1960, under the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism. He is a graduate of the Baptist Bible Seminary in Johnson City, New o take them back to their home at Fowler, 111. The Harry Haases left Saturday to take their granddaughter, Vtarcia Gross, back to her home n Arizona. They will also attend ;he wedding of their other granddaughter, Cheryl, Aug. 20 Denise Wiener, daughter oi the Darrell Wieners, Ankeny, is staying with her grandparents, the Orville Wieners, after being hospitalized for pneumonia. The Norman Bollingers and girls spent the weekend at Ledges state park near Boone, and at Des Moines where they visited the new children's zoo, the capitol building and the histori- cail building. The Stan Berklands spent several days last week traveling in South Dakota. Accompanying them were the Larry Ramuses, Lone Rock. The Donald Priebes, Waterloo, were Fenton visitors last week. The Eldon Duncans recently returned from a trip to Fargo, V. D., where they visited the Eugene Mansagers, former Fenton area residents. The DuWayne Garmanns recently attended the 25th reunion of Mrs. Garmann's class of 1941 from the Presentation Academy, Whittemore. Mrs, Garmann is the former Anita Brogan, Whittemore. They had a dinner at Charlie's Supper club, Algona. Judy Bollinger, daughter of the Wayne Bollingers, of Lone Rock, spent several days last week with her grandparents, the York, and the now Shelton College in New York City. parents, the Kenneth Bollingers. RECEPTION AUGUST 31 Members of the congregation at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville are invited to a reception for Virginia Fraser and Ray Friedrich Aug. 31 at 8:15. Miss Fraser is to be confirmed before a limited group at 7:30 that evening and Mr. Friedrich is a transfer from Algona. DELIVERY Twice Daily Winery - licit Tt Your her! EAST END GROCERY ALGONA, IOWA Kenneth Bollingers, helping to care for her cousin, Michael Tietz, after his release from the hospital. The Ray Stoebers recently had as guests the Gerald Voigts and James, Mrs. Gladys Smith, Chan and Jim, Wilfred Stoebers and Julie, and Jeff Stucki for the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mrs. Gladys Smith and Gerald Voigt. ELECTION MONDAY Election of ASC community :ommitteemen for Fenton town- hip will be held Aug. 22 at the usual township election place, rom 12 noon until 9 p.m. Nominees for the committee are Raynond Dreyer, Frank Dreyer, Bluer Krause, John Munch, Harold Wehrspan and Arthur Zumach. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch FIRE IS PUT OUT The Fenton volunteer firemen were called out at about 2 a.m. Saturday morning to a fire at the Fenton Co-op, elevator. Damage was slight, confined to planks in a loading dock east of the elevator. Cause of the fire was undetermined. The Arnold Hantelmans were Friday guests of the Norman Bollingers for Mr. Bellinger's birthday. George Bierstedt left Monday to report to duty with the armec forces. Mrs. Art Priebe had several ladies last week for Mrs. Floyd Duncan's birthday. Attending were members of Mrs. Duncan's Sunday school class including Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs. Amand Kern, Mrs. Ella Waite, Mrs. Car rie Voigt and Mrs. Edith Hayen ga and Mrs. Duncan. Unable t Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jain, Karn, Richard and Sandra, of Elk tlound, Wis., spent Tuesday and Wednesday in the Bernard Pheps home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krominga and family of Rockford, 111., arrived Saturday for a week's vis- t here with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Amos Krominga and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, of Fresno, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Britt and Mrs. Ethel Morrison of Corwith were all Thursday afternoon callers in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps and Merle and Mother Minnie Sperring attended a family picnic at the Swea City park at Swea City last Sunday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs Willard Stow and Mr. and Mrs Cecil Godfredsen of Humboldt Mrs. Rita Meyer and boys o: Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Mervin John son and family of Swea City Mr. and Mrs. Clair Moore anc family of Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs Rollo Moore and family, Levan Moore and girls and Leona Ha Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bits Traveling fo ST. 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