Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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•-ALOONA (Ion) ABVAMCI tHUMBAY, tfM Short Jaunt Will Do World of Good By Abigail Van Bufen DEAR ABBY: My wife and my mother don't get along. Mother lives with ug but she is no trouble to my wife as we have • Jovely modern home and hired help to do the work. Mother is in her early sixties, dresses well, is immaculately clean and in good,health. I admit mother likes to argue, and has to have the last word, but my wife could "handle" her better if she wanted to. Mother sometimes speaks her mind about the way we are raising our children. My wife calls this "meddling." Another thing, mother doesn't drive, and my wife makes a federal case out of having to drive her somewhere. My wife is high strung and yells a lot. My mother says my wife is sick and needs help. I'd like your opinion on how to get some peace around here. IN THE MIDDLE DEAR IN: It is possible that your wife is not "sick" — she's just sick of your mother. Give them a vacation from each ether by sending one of them on a little trip. When two women can't live peacefully under one roof, they generally raise it. DEAR ABBY: I am 18 and my fiance is 19. We have been engaged for five months. Apparently my parents think I am old enough to be engaged because they gave their consent to my marriage/but they still don't trust me. We are not'allowed to see each other more than three nights in a row, or to stay out past midnight. , . Abby, our wedding date is three months away! . In view of the fact that we are engaged and our wedding day is so close, do these restrictions make sense? . > NEW ENGLANDER DEAR ENGLANDER: They make sense to your parents— but not to me. DEAR ABBY: I am a 30-year-old bachelor who needs some advice. I recently met an attractive young woman in whom I could be very much interested. There is only one thing wrong with her. She talks all the time. I can't seem to get a word in edgewise. ' • I. like so many things about this girl, but I don't think 1 could stand to live with such a talkative person. She is 29 years old. Do you think there is a chance of slowing her down, or breaking her of this annoying habit? I don't want to take any chances. ' INTERESTED. DEAR INTERESTED: An otherwise attractive end eligible yeung women would (or sho'uld) appreciate being told how the could improve her chances for marriage. Tell her, and give her a chance to overcome her handicap. If she's hopeless, seize the first apportunity to. get a word in edgewise. And make it, good-by." DEAR ABBY: How dods a girl know when a boy really LOVES her? LISA DEAR LISA: He expresses a desire to make her his ex elusive permanent property. But he doesn't expect to take pot- session until they both sign the'contract and he can present her the keys to his heart — on a ringl Turn corners Into natural curves with Answerette. This mere wisp of 'a long-leg pantie makes you round where a woman should be round, firm all over, Inner crisscross bands hold in your tummy, curve your upper hip and reach down in back to round your derriere. Nylon and Lycra® Spandex power net in two span lengths— for average or long torso, White/ black, naturelle or parfait pink in P-S-M* l-XL $12,00 Answerette bras in regular, contour or fully, padded styles. $3,00 to $5.00 (g)dwPont'i reg. trademark Answerette by (Sossard Lone lock to honor Sefcultzet on retirement Lor* Rock — the Lone Rock businessmen, assisted by the Lone Hock! Legion. Auxiliary, ire sponsoring in open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sohultz's retirement after 54 years in business in Lone Rock. This will be held in the Lone Rock Legion hall Sunday, Sept. 25 from 2 until 4 with a short program at 3. The public is cor' dially Invited. The honored couple request there be no gifts. RALLY DAY The Lone Rock Presbyterian church is planning a Rally and Promotion Day for Sunday, Sept. 25. All Sunday school teachers and pupils will meet in the sanctuary for a unified service j of recognition and worship at the church hour, 10:00. Hermit Krueger of Minneapolis will speak. Mr. Krueger, son of Mr. nd Mrs. A. A. Krueger, is form- rly of Lone Rock. • . •' - RESBYTERIAN POT LUCK The Presbyterian church of Lone Rock is tentatively plan- ning *family night pot luck nipper ifid prograiti for Sumky, Oct. 2, at 6:30 p.m. The Rev. Henry Egglnk of Storm Like will talk and show pictures of his recent trip to the Holy Land. .The Dorothy. Circle of the Lone, Rock Presbyterian .church held • farewell party alter its regular meeting list Thursday evening in -honor of Mrs. Mert Hutiburt who Is Joining het husband in GftfievifUSj T«*.» wljgrt they will wake thd* ham. The Hurlburt family left for Texas Saturday. • Del Mat-low and Mr, jittd Mrs. Bctl Marlow of Redfield, & D., and Mrs. Georgia Marlow were dinner guests it the home of Mr, and Mrs. Jim Marlow on Friday. Advtrttt* In Mi* Advent* L«r|*tt PAID circulalimi St. Thomoi Eplrtoptl jiff. Mite fteiMi ThurwUr. 5 p.m. Holy Communion. Saturday, $*frt, 44 4 p.m. Baptismal service. • Sunday, Stpt, M 11 a.m. Holy Communion. Bob Henderson, Epistler. Sunday school nursery, Kathleen Lierley married The First Congregational church in Algona was the setting at 2:30 p.m..Sunday, Sept. 4, for the marriage of Kathleen Lierley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lierley of Algona, to Mr. Robert Lawrence Eppler, son of Mr. arid'Mrs. Albsrt L. Eppler of Florham Park, N. J. Rev. Frank Harcey officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence o-f relatives and guests. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. E. Anderson played appropriate nuptial music and accompanied Larry Small, a fraternity brother of the groom, who sang "The Lord's Prayer." Karen Lierley, sister of the bride, Nancy Eppler, Florham Park, N. J., sister of the groom, and Jan Aube, Matawan, N. J., sorority sister of the bride, were bridesmaids, • Serving as -best man was Paul Derrickson of Florham Park, N. J. Ushers were Gary Domayer, Sheldon, Iowa, Lloyd Garrels, of Storm Lake, Iowa, both fraternity brothers of the groom, and Robert Wilson, Florham Park, N. J. The wedding 1 reception was leid at the Algona Country Club. Mary Ann Kuhlman and Mrs. William Eilers poured tea; Kathy Lees and Lanette Carstens poured coffee. All are sorority sisters of the bride. Mrs. Lloyd Garrels and Mrs. Gary Domayer served cake. Ann-Evertson, sor- "Home of Quality Since 1870" Photo by Poundston* ority sister of the bride, and Cheryl Rusk presided at the punch bowl. ,Sherry Boyd registered guests and Carolyn Buddenhagen received gifts. Both are sorority sisters of the bride. After a wedding trip to Minneapolis, the couple will live in Storm Lake. The: bride attended Hood collage in Frederick, Md., and received her B. A. degree from Buena Vista college at Storm Lake, wihere she was a member of Delta Phi Beta sorority. The groom received his B. A. degree from Buena Vista college, where he was a member of Gamma Sig/ ma Phi fraternity. Mr. Eppler is employed as a special education instructor at the Cherokee Mental Health Institute. Saturday evening, the wed ding party was entertained at the Algona Country Club. Kossulh food group meets at Lakota The Kossuth County Schoo Food Service Association met a; the Lakota school Sept. 14.'.-; program of musical numbers was given by junior high pupils of the Lakota school and a derri onstration of flower arranging was presented by the Estherville Greenhouse. 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