Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
Page 14
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J-ALOONA (low.) AOVANCt THURSDAY, O«T. «, »U Is Boss's Business By Abigail Van Buren (Copyright 1946 by Chicago Tribune - N. Y. NeWs Synd., Inc.) DEAR ABBY: I am an executive who admits he doesn't know an the answers. The wife of one of my employes visited me 9 nd asked me to discharge her husband. She claimed he was a good husband and farther until he became involved with another employe here. She said because of this affair her husband has jd 19 provide adequate support for her and their children, and was sure if he were discharged he would return to his family. A b ,by. I Pay,this man a good salary and I have no control over how he spends it. Should I involve myself in a marital crisis? Or do you think if a man does his job well, What he does on his own time is his own business? PUZZLED EXECUTIVE DEAR PUZZLE-D: What a man does on his own time would ordinarily be his own business, but if there is hanky panky within your company, then it becomes your business. Call the man in •«*! 9J_ V « him a chance to speak his piece and do what you can to straighten him out. I wouldn't discharge him without hearing his side of it. ' , DEAR ABBY: Where can 1 learn to strip-tease dance? My husband is crazy about that kind of dancing and I would like to learn .how and surprise him. Tjwould^also'lik&jtb ilearn ajlfttle telly^dancing on the side. . . . >., vi ^ : ;,;j, /l^^ANET;,::,^ DEAR JANET: Inquire at the local dancing school. But I don't recommend surprising him. Strip-teasing and belly dancing could be a bit difficult for a husband to stomach all at one*. DEAR ABBY: I have been going with "D" for four years. We have dated no one else altho we have kept bur eyes clearly open. We definitely planned' on'..-a future together,"but here is the problem: "D" says, we can't get married until hie pays his par- ,ents back for putting him thru college,/otherwise^ wei would be getting married on his parents'money. Abby, they are very well-to-do, and I am sure they don't expect "D" to pay them back. The whole thing is too ridiculous. "D" says it will take him at least two years to pay his parents back, but we should just continue waiting for each other. Should I wait, or look elsewhere? ' ^ -:.. - :; ; ; •:.,;; , •'...'. TIRED OF WAITING DEAR TIRED: It's admirable of "D" to want to repay his parents, but if they are as well-to-do as you say they are/and do not expect it, I'd say "D" is giving you a two-year stall. Stalls are for horses and other four-legged animals. Say "Naaaaaayl" CONFIDENTIAL TO K. K.: True confession may be food for the soul. But it's very bad for the "heels." '''•'' ; Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700/ios Angeles, Calif. 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. ••" \ " For Abby's Booklet, "How to' 'HaVe"a' LoVely Weddingv" send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. Four Irvington people attend church meeting trvirtgton—Keith Strayer, Mrs. Gerald , Coleman, Mrs, Kenneth Roney, and FVed Druthers at* tended a. 6:30 dinner at the First Presbyterian church at Port Dodge, Monday. The $50,000,000 fund campaign was planned,' Session of eacih church will be visited by a committee and plans will be set up for the project at the local level. The Synod of Iowa's share is two million. Payments can be made over a period of three years.' The money will be used for evangelism, the building and repair of colleges, hospitals and equipment,'homes for the elderly and the purchasing of mobile units, both, here and abroad. AT CONVENTION Mrs. Dennis Ldckteig, Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer, Mrs. Roman Thill, Mrs. Al Kohlhaas, and Mrs. Robert Eischen went to Storm Lake Sept. 26 for the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. Speaker was Father John La- Bauye, a n ego priest born, in Louisiana presently stationed at Indianapolis, .itid. Father La- Bauve was the recipient of the 1962 Annual Brotherhood award of the National Conference of Christians and Jews for the Eastern Division. ; ' Mrs. Gerald Coleman called at 'Mrs. Marie y Maass's, LuVerne, Sunday. Other visitors were the Oliver Knudsens, Irvington, and the Frank Asas, Rutland; : The Lyle Bensens, Ringsted, were Sunday visitors at "Harold Sabin's. ' . . USE ADVANCE WANT ADS WIN BLUE RIBBON The Ronald Sabins and Wayne Smiths attended the Cattle Conr gress at Waterloo Saturday. They were accompanied by daughters Debbie and Susan, members of the Cresco Chums, who represented Kossuth county. The girls, as a team, demonstrated the correct way to line a skirt. They brought home a blue ribbon for the demonstration at Waterloo. The Clyde Dudleys met the Harold DeSarts and Mrs. Stella DeSart; Lake City; at Fort Dodge Sunday for a picnic at Lumis park for the 76th birthday of Mrs. Stella DeSart, mother of Mrs.- Dudley sand Harold,,.. .^;^ A porTu^-Hrl^r^nSr August 25 was for Mrs. Durwood Walker and her twin brother Donald Hansen, and Charles Reaper. Present were Marineus Hansen, the Dunvood Walkers, Leonard Hansens. Inlngton, 1966-67 programt activities. electric washer electric dryer Takes pver where the washer stops . , . np carrying we{ wash to 9 clothes line, no worries about the weather. Your modern electric dryer sterilizes your wash as it dries, can be set for all types of fabrics, can dry other household articles as well 9$ clothing, f A double step to a modern life with modern electric servicd |rpm -__Algona Municipal Utilities To solve your laundry problems , . . just load it with your soiled clothes, add your favorite detergent, and let the electric washer do your work—wash, rinse, spin-dry ^-automatically. It's the mod' ern, inexpensive way to laun* tier. Doniald Mansens, Albert Marms; Algona, Dean CulbeftsofW, Lone Rock, Gafel Leeks afid. Carol, Wesley, atfd Mrs. Tim Long, (?of* with". Youth Fellowship met at the Irvington church last Thursday with 17 present. There was in' stallation of new officers by the pa;stor, Keith Strayer.' Mrs. der* aid Coleman was hostess. Guests at Wm. Mayer's Sept. 25 for their son Robert's birfh* day were the Robert Mayers fttd Robent Eischens. ' Herbert Rosenau, of Irvington, visited Sunday with , Donald, LeRoy and Marvin Ennen of Lone Rock. Area meeting on cancer here last week Key volunteers from 13 chapters of the American Cancer iSo- ciety attended a one-day 'area meeting last week at the Algd- na Country Club. Twelve counties were represbntedl. The meeting was for orientation, review, and planning f;or The meeting emphasized an ac- delerated program bn the six commofl sites of \ cahcef whkih accourit for 60 per cent of all cancer cases and 48 per cent of all cancer deaths.'., These are lung skin, colon and rectum, breast, .uterus and oral cavity. Volunteers weit; told tJhal they are an important part 'of the team in the fight against cancer since they inform' the public a- bbtit the importance of regular health cheekups and v about can* cer. Portland Mrs, Victor Pitch Mr. and Mrs. Dayid Macumber, Naton and Steven of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs.'Vern Logan and family of Bancroft were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Donald Riragsdorf home. Vickie Kbestler, who is attending Iowa State college at Cedar Falls, spent-the, weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Koestler of Burl Mrs. Koestler and David and Mrs. Jim Chris- terisen took Vickie, also Doug Black and Phillis Sachau, who are attending the same school, back Sunday afternoon. David just home "from Viet Nam, will spend a few weeks with his par ents and then go to Yuin&, Ariz., whore he will be statiofied fof sdmeliftie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radtwaker of Titonk* were Monday eVehing supper guests, in the Donald Rliigsdorf home. ' Mr, .and,Mrs. Harold, Andreasen Mfp ,Mf. and Mk Alvih Andrea'se'ri; dv'er the weekend, ti» move to their home at 1020 EaS;t State St., Algonl.'Their son.'Arnold Andreasen and' three children of Minneapolis, cattle Sai- urday. They were all Saturday and Sunday dinner guests in the Warfen Ahdreasen home in Algona. " " ' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moore were Wednesday eveiuhg visitors in the Victor Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona and Mrs. Erma Leeck went to Osakis, Minn., Tuesday to visit a sister Mrs. Chris. Chris- te'nseh. Mrs. Leeck remained and will visit a ^uple of Weeks before returning to her home in Aurora, Ore. - ^ . Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Xndresen were Sunday evening supper guests in the Harold Andresen home. . Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Schwietert and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey went to Ames Sunday where they attended the 45th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Thorsen. f Mrs. Bernard Pheips and her mother, Mrs. Minnie Sparring, went to Rolfe Friday to viiit a sistef antf daughfer ot 'Mrs. Pheips and Mrs. Sparring, Mf. and'Mrs. Frank Walton. • \ Mrs. E. C, Sehwieiett entertained her birthday dab Wednesdays beginning with a one o'clock luncheon. "His heart cannot be pure whose tongue is not clean,." EXPMT PRINTING AT THI ADVANCI Allan Bmniott it •Ml^PW 'jt ^""E^T™ •" * ' itti in Dttroll v-> •* i y A news note in a recent Des Moines Register reported the death of Allen A. Brunsori, eo who grew Up and was educated here, He died at Detroit where he was chief counsel for the DC- tfoH District office of the U. S Army Corps of Engineers, He was a graduate of the law school at Iowa City, Services wer$ dated at Detroit Saturday. No other details are known here. LET US • Kohlcr Fixtures *) Gas Conyeraions i Myers Pumpt 'and H F. A T \ N C, AIR cnwnninwiNG REPAIRS- INSTALLATIONS - REMODELING R.J.FUNK & 119 S. Dodge Algona, Iowa Phono 295-3234 to new HOLIDAY STATION £TJ^ The five contractors >yho furnished roost of the labor and materials for the beautiful new HOLIDAY STATION STORE in Algona would like to offer their warmest congratulations to the hew Holiday station here. We know that this new firm will be a beautiful addition to the business area of Algona and indicates another progressive step for this community. We were most happy to share in the work on this fine new station. GENERAL CONTRACTING BY SANDE Contnettrs HUMBQtOT, IOWA COMPLETE RUCKTOPPINQ SERVICE BV P. & M. Stme Co. HWMBOIPT, IOWA ELECTRICAL WORK BV PRIME \ Electric Co. HUHWOLDT, EXCAVATING AND GRAVEL WORK BY REDING Excavating and Gravel ALGONA, IOWA Heating & Plumbing by P. R. Irons of Algona

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