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A/o Explanation Needed Here DEAR ABBY: Our daughter, who has not been married very long, has telephoned us to tell us that she is leaving her husband and is coming home. We can't understand what happened. She never indicated in any of her letters that her marriage wasn't going well. They seemed so in love and Well suited to each other, and they surely went together long enough. Our problem is what to tell people. , In case she changes her mind and goes back to him, we don't want a lot of talk needlessly. Should we give our friends and relatives a "hint" as to why she's coming home in case she decides to stay? What if her visit is prolonged? THE PARENTS DEAR PARENTS: Tell people she is coming home for a visit. (She it). If she decides to stay, let HER make the announcement. You owe no explanations to anyone. DEAR ABBY: As far as husbands go, mine is tops. They threw the pattern away after they made him. But he has one fault. He hits, kicks and bites me in his sleep. I carried a acar from one of his bites for two weeks. My friend says that maybe he wants to beat the daylights out of me during the daytime, but he waits for a dream to bring out his true feelings. Is this possible! BEATEN AND BITTEN : DEAR B AND B: Could be. But there is always a chance that he is not dreaming about you when he lashes out tooth and nail. In self defense you should have twin beds. DEAR ABBY: A friend of mine received an old beat up overstuffed chair from a friend of hers. The friend who received the chair was going to reupholster it. When she took it 'apart, she found several very old coins deep down in the cushion. Some of the coins were so old you wouldn't believe they •ever had coins way back in those days. They could be very valuable. Whose coins are they? They came with the chair. WONDERING DEAR WONDERING: The coins "accidentally" came with the chair. The receiver should notify the giver that the coins *•>• found in the chair. It is my view that the coins belong to the giver. Five from Kossuth •I Synod moot The convention of the Iowa District West of the Lutheran 'Church - Missouri Synod, was held at Walther Camp on Lake OKoboji Aug. 21-26. More than 300 lay delegates and pastors IrOm the 165 Lutheran church Missouri Synod congregations in west Iowa were expected. Rap- resenting Trinity Lutheran, AI- gona, are its interim pastor the Rev. Cleo Kautsch, and Edgar Meyer. Rev. W. H. Friedrich will attend as guest. Representing St. Paul's at Whittemore are Alfred H. Meyer, delegate, and Reuben Butzlse, day school principal. Swea Eagl Mr*. Kenneth Brones A picnic was held Saturday at Raymond Picht's for the Edward Pichts, John Kellys, Armstrong, Otto Wellys, Ledyard, and Alice Picht and Gordon Skhal, Minneapolis. Sunday at Kenneth Beck's, Lakota, were the Raymond Pichts, Deanna, Elward Pichts and son, Alice Picht, and Gordon Skhal. The Wendell Ditsworths spent five days sight-seeing in the badlands, Black Hills and Hot Springs, and visited her sister, the Larry Smiths, Louisville, Neb. Sunday at Virgil Jensen's were the Lester Wesseldahls and the Roy Jacobsons, Albert and Arthur Jacobson, Winnebago, the Weldon Brandts, Wayne Jorgen- eens and Mrs. Hilda Fosgren. The Art W. Larsons returned Monday after 10 days at Spirit Lake. The Ray Larsons, Bettendorf, visited three days there. Friday guests at Art W. Larson's home were the Don Martins, Sam Larsons and Ann and Ray Larsons. The Art W. Larsons attended the Elks picnic at Sara Larson's at Fairmont. The Maynard Hurlburts attended the graduation of their son, Myron (Mick), from Brookings State university, Brookings, S. D., July 30 and were overnight guests at their daughter, the David Fitzes, Sioux Falls, S. D. Last Sunday the David Fitzes came to visit her parents, the Maynard Jiurlburts. Tim, 7, stayed for the week. The Robert O'Greens, Detroit, Mirui., spent 10 days visiting Ms mother, Mrs. Ida O'Green, and with other relatives. Guests at the Francis Sullivan's last week were their daughters, Mrs. James Jensen and Sister Mary GeraJyn, and Sister Mary Alvina. Sunday a picnic at the Sullivan home was held for the John Campbells, Iowa Falls; l&> Schmidts, Lone Rock; Mrs.] •-AL00NA (law.) ADVANC1 THURSDAY, AUO. 2J, If64 Married at West Bend Nina Kracht and Linda, Joe Sales and Bernard and Tom Sullivan, Guckeen, Minn,; the William Sullivans, George Sullivan, lay Krumholzes and Jake Krum- lolzes, Fairmont. Myron (Mick) Hurlburt is spending the week with his parents, the Maynard Hurlburts, before going to Rapid City, S. D., where he has a coaching and teaching position. The Lee Hurlburts and Julie were Saturday visitors with his parents, the Maynard Hurlburts. He has been attending summer sessions at Whitewater, Wis. Lee will teaoh again at Fonda. The Wendall Borlands, Lake Park, were Sunday guests at the Maynard Hurlburt home. The Merton Roalsons, of Los Angeles, spent three weeks at their daughter, the Wallace Dawson's. A picnic at the Dawson home drew 69 relatives. The Richard Roalsons and Terri, Buena Park, Calif., spent some time at his sister, the Wallace Dawsons, and with her parents, the Theron Williams, of Jackson, Minn. Tuesday at Reynolds park the Walker family had a picnic. Attending were the Ernest Wittes, Rockwell, Ralph Wittes, Brown Deer, Wis., Ed Montgomerys, of Illllllllllll July 23 at 10:00 o'clock, St. Peter and Paul's church, West Bend, was the setting for the wedding of Esther Wilson and Michael Steil. Miss Wilson, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilson, West Bend, and Mr. Steil is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Steil of Mallard. The Rev. L. H. Greving officiated at the double ring ceremony. The organist was Mrs. George Faber. The church choir sang the mass and Mrs. LaVerne Balk sang. Acolytes were Larry and Jim Meade, nephews of the groom. Mrs. Dennis Fuller was her sisters' matron of honor. Nancy Andersen, the bride's niece, was flower girl. Johnny Steil, the groom's nephew, was ring bearer. The groom was attended by Richard Graff, Omaha, Neb. Ushers were Paul Anliker and Don Steal. A buffet luncheon was served at the Johnson House in Algona following the ceremony. Ellen Steil and Cheryl Andersen attended the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anliker served as dining room host and hostess. Mrs. Gorden Andersen and Mrs. J. R. Meade served the punch. Hazel Anliker and Mrs. Donald Lanus cut the wedding cake which was decorated by Mrs. C. F. Orwig. Rose Esterling and Sheila Schmidt opened gifts. The bride graduated from the West Bend high school and the State College of Iowa and taught one year in the Crippled Chil- dren's school at Jamestown, N. D. The groom is a graduate of PocahontaS Catholic high school. After a wedding trip, they are at home in West Bend. Dolliver, Mrs. Ben Montgomery, Allen Montgomerys, Floyd Mont- gomerys, Martin Dahls, Richard Dahls, Ralph Walkers and Dori, and Mrs. Rota Alderdyce and Sheri. Judy Montgomery spent last week at Roger LindeH's, Armstrong. The Floyd Montgomreys Sunday brought Brian home with them for the week. Regular SAVING is especially important for a family man responsi bility. You rwvvf can tvfl whsri an emergency " wtusn yo Social security lenow to most over 72 Persons 72 or older who have never qualified for social security cash benefits may be eligible for payments effective with the month of October, Clifford W Swedlund, manager of the Fort Dodge social security district office, reports. This special benefit is $35 per month for a single (widowed, divorced or unmarried) person, and $52.50 for a man and wife, if both qualify. Persons receiving old-age assistance payments, railroad retirement benefits, and persons receiving certain types of federal and state pensions will not be eligible for social security payments under this special provision. Swedlund said his office has a record of persons in this area who are 72 or older who have already enrolled under medi- care. These persons are being mailed a questionnaire and he urged the form be completed and returned as soon as possible. Anyone who is 72 or older who is not getting social security and who has not applied for hospital insurance, should contact• the Fort Dodge office to apply for benefits. Swedlund said most persons will be able to complete and re^ turn the form without assistance. Anyone wishing assistance may call at the office located in the post office building in Fort Dodge. The office is open front 8:30 until 4:30, Monday through Friday, and from 8:30 until 12:30 on Saturday. A represen< tative will be in Algona at the Court Mouse Thursday, Sept. 1, from 9:30 to 12:30. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kannath Krone* The Tom Prestons spent last week at Big Spirit Lake. They were guests Sunday at the parental Sam Link's. The Ralph Walkers attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Hans Olson, 74, at Lanesboro, Minn. SERVICEMEN SEAMAN GRADUATES San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) — Aug. 10 — Seaman Recruit Gerald E. Luedtke, 19, USN, son of the Edwin H. Luedtkes, of Lone Rock, has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here. SEAMAN RONALD MULLER Seaman Ronald R. Muller, U.S.N. has returned to Little Creek, Norfolk, Va., aboard the U.S.S. Casa Grande L.S.D. 13 after spending 5 days at the home of his parents the Ray Mullers. He will receive his new orders and report to penaacola, Mi. <# nldati tUdloftian August 19. tie has been chosen for 22 weeks of schooling for C.T.R. 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