Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 23
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
Page 23
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Engaged Couple Lot to Learn DEAR ABBY' 1 am 19 and. my fiance is 20. He is in the navy. When he was home last we became .engaged with in- tenitiqns to marry whsn he gets his next leave. This meant nearly a year's wait which is a long time 1 for a girl to sit home, so 1 went out with his best friend. It wasn't anything serious, just a friendly date, so I wrote my fiance and told him about it. He wrote back saying lie didn't want me to date ANYBODY, and if I did, our engagement was off. Well this isn't fair because when he wrote and told me he dated a couple of girls to keep from going nuts, I didn't get miid, so why should he? Where do we stand? ENGAGED don't even care. But she' has made such a big thing out bf.thls',' it's beginning to bug me. • ' •. '; ,v • She nags rue to tell her things aboiit other giril that are none of her business. She says if I "lovW" hesf r^bhfd lell her. t do love her, but 1 think she's but of line. Of am 17- BUTtrONED UP DEAR LIP: You're riyht, and heoray tor y*o! T«ll h«r you ntver kits and tail, for <whieh the Cfuld eontldtr ' lueky. ".J CONFIDENTIAL TO "INFORMATION, PLEASE?" £«th hat his own definition of "good manhtrs." This .it my fiverite: . ' ' '' ••"" ' '•• '• ''• '••'•••-• ' v :-•'•."• "Good manners is the art of making those people -easy with whom we converse. Whoeyej- makes the fewest people uneasy, is the best bred In the .company." (Jonathon Swift) Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles/ Cat 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. . . : For Abby's booklet, "Hew to Have a Lovely Wedding/' send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Gal. 90069; sen and Cecelia Scott were guests in the Alvih Andreasefi DEAR ENGAGED: In trouble. Where I cp/ne from, when • couple becomes engaged, neither dates others. But since you don't want to "sit home," and he has to go out to "keep from going nuts," don't look now, but that sound you just heard was your engagement cracking up. . ' . DEAR ABBY: lam 13 years old and here is my problem. Our school is having a dance and I would like to go but' I don't know how to dance. I don't have anybody who can teach me, either. I just don't know what to do 'because at this rate I will neyer learn, so how do I get started? JEFF DEAR JEFF: Since when do you have to know how to dance lo go to a school dance? Go anyway, watch the other kids, and do what they do. After shuffling around the floor a while with a girl of your choice, if SHE doesn't offer to give you a few lessons, ask her. DEAR ABBY: I need a womanls point of view on this. I go with, a girl I think a lot of. I am 28 and she is 23. I admit we know each other very well and we don't try to kid each other about our past romances, but here's the problem: she wants "to know ALL about every girl I've ever gone with. I don't ask her about any of the fellows SHE's gone with. I Four Corners M-D club sees new fall fabrics The Four Corners Mother and with' Bernice Wjalker assisting. Rbtl .call will be-"a: hew recipe t *'••'•• i ^ V J ' l ' * ' ' ' •' . ' . "" Daughter club held its first meeting on September 8 at, Deanne Gerber's with Bernice Shaw as assistant hostess. Roll call was ''Why I Belong to the Club." We revealed our Secret Sisters and had payment of yearly dues. Gladys Eisenibarth and Sue Bjustrom were in charge of the program and had as their guests, Jack Ohrischilles from the Chris- chi'lles store, and his model, Mrs. Sandy Nielson. Mr. Chrischilles showed us many of the new fall fabrics with tips and comments on each of them. Mrs. Nielson modeled several dresses made up from the fabrics shown. The program was enjoyed by all. The next meeting will be heic on October 13 at Sue Bjustrom's The program will be a demon:, stration by Fran's Beautyramai of Algona, on. hair treatments and conditioning. This demon r stration will start promptly;"at 2 p.m. • - . ' ;; ... ' ;'}..:; There will be an extension lesson open to all held oh October 4; It will b? on the Fitting-of Foundatiojhi Qarments: V ; J ; ; V ; home Sunday ey'eflifig ifi honot 6f Alvin's birthday. 'They went to *Algoha to go through the Alvin : Ahdre.aseH home there, whiqh the Andreasetis will soon be occuipying. Mrs. irtobert Wood and Randy Were Thursday afterfidoh caUefs in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Keirtnedy. Mrs. Edmund Larson and Mrs: Hugh Wiilianis Were al* "so Thursday aftefiipon callers. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven! returned home from Wisconsin last w.sek Saturday after being gone nearly two weeks visiting their son Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth k Steven and family at Oak Creek, Wis. On the way home they stopped at Richland Canter to visit three of their'grandchildren. At Fairchild, Wis., they visited the Everett Shiplers, at Wheeler, they visited Mrs. Harry Ctapp- saddle, an aunt, and Mrs. Phil Snow and Ina Snow,' cousins of Jay. At Albert Lea they visited Tommy Aman and family, a 'nephew. Mr. and Mrs. John Mason of New Carlisle, Ind., arrived Moni day for a visit in the where she visited three cousins, • 6ACTUS Mr. arid Mrs. Eugene Green, Mrs. Terssie Greeti arid Mr. and Mrs. Dick BjJrddcl?. Mrs. AiidieW ttansdn. f tso went 'to FaJftMd sH Visited hei 4 son GUrtis Wlib is II his second yeai 4 of teachiitg them They returned Sunday 'after noon. "Sheep ge;t lost, ttot because of the thicket, btiit beicaUse thfey Wander too far from the sheij> herd." 150-lb. cactus 'Mrs. ton, aite'r this yea*. are seven ihches vyith green (^tttejf^, t tt»CJi ,> ait by',Mr. and ^Burling- 1harbloorf$d Which PLUM CREEK ELITE The annual cpokout of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club was held recently at the Ca,U State park. Twenty-two, attended including members, mothers and Brothers and sisters. Fun was tad by all. The next meeting will ),ei Oct. 8 with Jane Walker, ho?- te\ss. Mrs: Victor Fitch »».»»»•»»»»»•»»••»*•«"» Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Creighton, and family went to Crestoir wihere they spent the weekend, with Mr. Creighton's parents',', Mr. and Mrs, Robert Ward. • v Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Andrea- Jay Stsyen home. Mrs. .Mason is the fdrrtier 'Jean Steven. : Mrs. Ber nadine 'Ophejim and fairiiily and .Mr. •and! Mrs;'Miltbn Steven-and family were! Tuesday .evehiftg Bupper guests in honor of Mr. and Mrs; Masbn. The Masons left Wednesday for .their home. Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett was gone over the jyeekend. She accom panied "her daughter, Mrs. An ? drew Hanson of ; Swea. City on their way to Iowa ;Miss Betty Hanson City, .where has entered pre-nursing. Mrs. Bartlett accom panied them to What Cheer nigM and by bJooihs close. , t , morning the iff the Match yeaf. ftottaey STOP flOVERNMEliT IfVASTl VOTE REPUBLICAN NOV. 8TH PAID POLITICAL A0 kb Our bird ate the cat HALF OF WHAT YOU SAY GETS LOST if you have a radio playing nearby as ydu phone! One cpriiyersatiori at a time is plenty— give your caller a break and turrt down the volume of your radio. @ Northwtsttrn Bill Ride the Wide-Track winning streak! ''---•' - "' '; ;•--••• ' I ' \ i ' From the same drawing board that gave you Grand Prix. GTO and Overhead Cam Six now come the newest Pontiacs since the invention of Widt-Trackl You're looking-at the most beautiful Pontiacs ever to ride on yyide.-Tfack. 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