Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Things Could Be a Lot Worse DEAR ABBY: I wish they would outlaw baseball! My husband is such a big sports fan he has two TV's going in separate rooms, and he carries a transistor radio around to keep track of a third game. When we go out for an evening he has to have the transistor plugged in his ear to keep up with a baseball game somewhere. We can't go to bed at night until he finds out how the teams did all over the country. He ignores me completely, and we have been married only four months. I am not an old bag either. I am 36-24-36. STRIKING OUT DEAR STRIKING OUT: If Sport* Fan ignores you during the seventh inning stretch end after the scores are all in and the lights are all out, he could have bigger problems than you. Let me hear how you wind up the Mason. DEAR ABBY: I have a friend who just loves to write letters. I think she must be a frustrated novelist. She will start a letter on Monday, add to it on Tuesday, keep adding to it every dap until she finally closes on Friday. One of her letters can be 15 or 16 typewritten pages—single spaced. She never has any news, it's just a lot of drivel. But what really gets me is this. She works for a doctor, and she uses his business stationery, his envelopes, and I'm sure his stamps and his TIME. To me, it's out and out stealing, ts there some tactful way to bring this correspondence to an end? HATES TO WRITE DEAR HATES: Yes. Don't answer. DEAR ABBY: Our daughter was married on the spur of the moment and we didn't have time to order formal announcements, so I wrote letters to our immediate family telling them about our new son-in-law. I also inclosed a picture of the couple taken on the day of their marriage. Of the 11 letters I wrote, nearly five months ago, only one relative bothered to send my daughter a wedding gift. I have sent dozens of lovely gifts to those relatives for graduations, weddings, etc., so naturally, I was stunned. My husband says they are under no obligation to acknowledge our daughter's marriage because we sent no formal announcements and had no wedding. Don't you think a handwritten announcement should have brought some ackowl- edgement? SHOCKED DEAR SHOCKED: An "acknowledgement," yes. A gift, no. Gifts are ALWAYS optional. CONFIDENTIAL TO "B" IN CLEVELAND: "Impotence" is not grounds for annulment in the state of Ohio. But "unsound mind" is—so see a lawyer. You may have a case. Alqono Konuth THURSDAY, SEPT. 1,1«M~ ALOONA, IOWA vance Carol Shaw marriecf Ellen Bullock, Lone Rock, home from Europe Flaig Thursday. The Ronald Olsons, Jane, Mary Lou and Denis Kissinger were guests at Curtis Olson's Sunday. Fh the afternoon they went to Ingham Lake for a picnic. The Gordon Blanchards and Kathie and Jean, Mason City, were guests of Mrs. Maude Blanchard Saturday. Carol Ann Shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw, of Fenton, and Arthur Lester Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Swanson, Taylors Falls, Minn., were married Aug. 13 at the Fenton Methodist church. The Rev. Russell Eldridge officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Lynn Jansma, Spirit Lake, was matron of honor, and Carolyn Nerem was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Kay Schulte, Minneapolis, and Jane Juza, Amery, Wis. Best man was Larry Collins Taylors Falls. Groomsmen were Richard Shaw, brother of the bride, and Peter Lindgren, Tay lors Falls. Rennae Votteler was solois accompanied by Mrs. Arnold Hansen. Ushers were John Shaw brother of the bride, and Rich ard Swanson, Taylors Falls Minn. A'reception for 180 guests fol lowed the ceremony. Serving punch were Karen Johansen, o Minneapolis, and Ruth Rabey, o :edar Falls. Pouring coffee were Ars. Calvin Vaudt, Fenton, and Mrs. Howard Rabey, Cedar Falls. Vtrs. Robert Johansen, Minneap- )lis, and Mrs. Lyle Rogers, Des Woines, cut the cake. Host and lostess were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolfe, Fenton. Waitresses were Mary Ellen Ditswortli anc inda Swanson, Taylors Falls ^andace Vaudt, Kathryn Bits worth and Janelle NewbroUgh opened gifts. Mrs. Richard Me arty, Hartley, registered the guests. Out of town guests came from Chicago, Streeter, N. D., Sioux Falls, S. D., Des Moines, Cedar Falls, Taylors Falls, Minn., Min neapolis and Thief River Falls, Wis. ' : After a two week wedding trip to Canada, the couple will be'at home in Taylors Falls, -Minn.', where both will continue their work at the University of Minnesota. Lakota girl wins "rate-of-cain" Fair award Linda Beck from the Aggressive Lads 4-H club at Lakota won ;he rate of gain contest with an outstanding 3.54 pounds of gain jer day from weigh in in Febru ary until fair time. This is a very outstanding record. Previous winners had been around a three pound gain. The animal started February 25 at 609 pounds and finished at 1210 pounds on August 15 for a 3.54 pounds gain. The champion is three-fourths Hereford and one-fourth Charo- lais. Rate of gain is very important to the beef industry and is being stressed more each year to 4-H members, says Galen De- Valois, county extension direc tor. The reason for it's import ance is that efficiency and profit are usually directly correlated with rate of gain. C. R. Johnson named to Kiwanis post At a caucus of the 10th dis rict of the Iowa-Nebraska Ki wanis at Stub's Ranch Kitchen n Spencer Aug. 25, C. R, John son, former Algonan, Spencer currently president of the Hi on Spencer club, was electei new Lt.-Governor of the 10U District. Mr. Johnson will sue ceed Herman J. Moen, Inwood Jan. 1. . ' Mr. Johnson has been a Ki- wanian for 20 years and has a perfect attendance 17 years. He s a past president of the Iowa State Underwriters Assn., and a ;ormer school administrator. He las been the special agent for Equitable Life Assurance Society for 20 years. He is active in church and community affairs. •••••••••••••••••MM Lone Reck LOCALS te the Ray Mines, HttflitoMt Mfl ijyef iy tftd diiidfgi f* lAve next week fd* 2}* s in Japan where Mr. Byttty stationed with the navy. Saturday the Frank Flaigs visited Mrs. Clarence Enderson, Estherville. Mrs. Glenn Burt, Swea City, Mrs. Gertie Ackerman, of Burt, and Mrs. Frank Flaig, of Lone Rock, visited Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Garner, last week. Carl Peterson, Lone Rock, has >een in the hospital at Esther- ille for a week. The Lone Rock Presbyterian UPW will meet at 2 p.m. Thurs- iay. Mrs. Roy Jensen will have he lesson. Sept. 4 the Lone Rock hurch will change the time of ts Sunday morning service back o the 10 o'clock hour. Choir rehearsals will begin Sept. 7, and Bible study for adults will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday of this week with Rev. Albert*Bullock. Several Lone Rock women went to the Iowa Fair at Des Moines last week." They were Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, Mrs. Denis Priebe, Mrs Jim Marlow and Mrs. Eugene Blanchard of Spencer. They stay ed for the evening show by Law rence Welk. The Frank Dreyers, Jack Tie mans and Teresa, Fenton, spen Sunday at David Dreyer's, Oel wein. Jane, who had been vac; tioning there a week, returne home with her parents. The Wm. Dau* Jr. went to Minneapolis Friday to visit the Lewis Frasers over the weekend. They were accompanied by Mrs. Dau's mother, Mrs. Mildred Fraser who will spend a week with her son's family. The Lawrence Miller* and Mrs. Elmer Potter went to Humboldt Sunday and were met by the Vic Applegates and daughter Mrs. Wayne Byerly and two tshildren. They were guests of enters spent a week visiting mother^fs. fcthel Pottfef, ftfid other relatives. Her daUgnWf Mary, who has been with her sifter Gretchen in Minneapolis fof the summer, came to Algona and returned home to Omaha. Ethel Potter went for a few weeks to Omaha with the Zenders. ; AdvertiM In th« Advance Largctt PAID circulation VOTE FOR LOUIS BALGEMAN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR FIRST DISTRICT, KOSSUTH COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION SEPT. 6 EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE CONSERVATIVE BUT PROGRESSIVE IBM*. See These Tractors in Action! Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation Lone Rock — Ellen Bullock, daughter of the Rev. Albert Bullocks, Lone Rock, returned home Wednesday from an exciting eventful trip to Europe. She worked seven weeks in a Lutheran hospital in Berlin, Germany- There were students from Africa, Sweden, Finland, Austria and Korea working at the hospital also. Since there were only two American students working there it was necessary to speak considerable German. She worked 48 hours a week at the hospital and also played the organ in the hospital compound during the month of July. The Berlin wall was approximately two feet from the edge of the hospital, so she had a good view of it. She also saw many other sights of Berlin while she was there. After working she made a short trip and visited Vienna, Innsbruck Brenner, Zurick, Lucerne, Strassbourg, Baden Baden, Heidleburg, Luxemburg and Iceland. She returns to Corning to teach elementary music. &UE PR/CEO at Electronic Specialties THE FROM >«5ig^ Meimirai, r QUALITY RECTANGULAR Jf ATTEND FESTIVAL The Art Priebes, Leo Ramus- es and Linda went to the Tri- State Food Festival at Spencer last Sunday. The Food Festival was held for grocery store managers and employees, It included prizes, singing and other groups, a dinner by Stubb's, and each lady was given an orchid. Mr. Priebe won an instamatic camera and Mr. Ramus won a $50 prize. Speaker for the day was H. Roe Bertie, former mayor of Kansas City, Mo. PASTOR RETURNS The Rev. Albert Bullocks, of Lone Rock, have returned after an extended vacation which took them many different places Mainly Rev. Bullock attended the ministers conference in Chicago which was held at the Me Cormick Seminary. They visitec their daughter, the David Lud wigs, Lincoln, Neb. They also spent some time at Backbone state park near Strawberry Point. Janet Ackerman, of John Day Ore., and Mrs. Eiarl Ackernxan t, were guests of Mrs. Frapk Unbeatable Value! Si r. -= Admiral Swivel-Base 25" Color TV The DORCHESTER Model LK5531 Swivel-base contemporary lowboy console in genuine walnut veneers. 26,000-volt transformer-powered Advanced Q-26 chassis. Color fidelity Control. Color Admiral Quality 25" Color TV with TILT-OUT CONTROL CENTER The CORONADO Model LK6553 Traditional Spanish Provincial styling in genuine oak veneers. Tilt-Out control center; power tuning changes channels, turns set on and off. 26,000-volt chassis, Color Fidelity Control. ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Shown above are some of the Linde Implement Co. men preparing to unload a transport load of five new Allis Chalmers tractors. This is just one of many large loads of new farm machinery arriving at the Linde firm. Come out to the plowing demonstration Friday and see them in action. PLOWING DEMONSTRATION YOU'LL SEE ALLIS-6NALMERS D-21, 190 XT, 190 & D-17 IV TRACTORS PULLING ALL SIZE PLOWS "Come and drive one of these large tractors yourself" *AHis Chalmers Phone 272-4601 Friday, Sept. 2-1 p at Dick Dahl farm, located Southeast part of Swea City Linde Implement Co "A SERVICING DEALER" *Gehl *Kewanee *Ne\v Idea * Lindsay * Meyer * Stan Hoist Swea City, Jowa

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