Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Germ-Free Romeo • . • ' * • Simply Unkissable 1 J j . • By Abigail Van Boron (Copyright 1966 by Chicago Tribune - N. Y, Newi Synd., Inc.) * DEAR ABBY: 1 have met a remarkable man who does not believe in the delightful practice of kissing for the simple reason that it spreads germs. He is sincere and practices his belief to the fullest. How can a normal man resist the urge to kiss Alqono K<muth THUMDAY, OCT. 11, IM4 - ALOONA, IOWA - vance /• graduated from the. State utiivet- ity at Iowa City. Her husband is employed as a draftsman at Wes- eftt Printing and Lithographing Company. Following a trip to the western states, they will live in Sturtevant. ,.... ,,,.,, , v , .- .• 60S new families now reading the Ad vance someone he cares deeply for? tion! Surely there must be some tempta- Or do you ttonk this Is a characteristic to be admired. A victory of intelligence over the emotions? Personally I would risk getting a few delicious "germs, but he doesn't feel that way about it. What do you think? Sign this: • , " J KISSABLE BUT UNKISSED DEAR UNKISSED: I'm all for • clean relationship, but this it ridiculous. A klssless romance, as I see it, is not likely to hatch into anything «s intimate as marriage, where it's share and share alike, germs included. So if that's what you had in mind, kiss this germ-conscious Romeo good-by. And bo careful not to breathe on him. : DEAR ABBY: My mother-in-law problem is different from any 1 have ever seen in your column. She can't do enough for me. When I call and invite her and dad here for dinner sine says, "It's too much work for you — come here instead." And she won't take no for an answer. So we go, and she always sends us home loaded vyith tasty leftovers. She is constantly sending my husband and nue gifts. , She sounds perfect, doesn't she? Well, she's far .from it. On two occasions I've bought her gifts. She returned both of them and credited them to MY account. She's the most ungracious guest I have ever known. .. .. • When I finally got her to come over one afternoon, she sat with her coat on and stayed only a few minutes. She wouldn't even have a cup of tea because she didn't want to put me to any trouble. What on earth is wrong with her? BEWILDERED The 605 new families now reading the Advance, who subscribed during the Advance's recent subscription campaign, cover every corner of the county and most towns adjoining Kos- smth. Of course, Algona led all others with 154 new subscribers but Wonka was far ahead of any other county towns with 73 new subscribers. Bancroft and Lii- Verne both showed healthy in creases as did West Bend where 23 new families joined the Ad vance subscription list. Following is an accurate, and complete break-down of the location of new subscribers: Algona Tiitonka 73 Bancroft LuVerne 3: West Bend — 23 Wesley — —— 2: Whittemore 2 Bode 2C jakota ._•-_:— 1 Burt 16 wea City 1 Jorwfth — 1 Lone Rock 1 rvington :_—__ _- 8 Buffalo Center — 8 ivermore . 5 'enton -— 4 loclrrtan '- —__—;___-•. 3 Slmore _. — 3 Sexton '. ._ 2 Others -— 115 TOTAL 605 DEAR BEWILDERED: She means well, but she has never learned how to accept anything graciously. The burden of grati tude is too heavy for her to say "thank you." I doubt if she'll ever change. So try to understand her., DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a mother who would entertain her sewing club by reading them the letters her son received from, his girl friend? The son was away fighting a war at the time, and the girl friend happened to be MY DAUGHTER! When I heard this, my blood just boiled. It was back in 1943, but every time I think about it I get upset all over again. My daughter is married and I don't know what happened to the boy; but I still think that mother had her nerve. Every so often I get the strongest urge to call this woman up and give he: a piece of my mind. Should 1? STILL MAD • • - DEAR STILL: No; v- v .->..-.--.r-.-"•,-•.-•-'>•••• '•- ' CONFIDENTIAL TO "UNHAPPY" IN ENGLEWOOD: Your unhappiness appears to be caused not so much by what you don't have as by what your neighbor has. Reflect on it. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. Patricia Ferris weds Racine Sente.17. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson Missionary to Nigeria gives Fairvillc talk Fenton — Aid 1 of St. Luke'* Lutheran church at Fairville, met Thursday for a Guest Day.' Rev. Bliss opened the afternoon with hymn singing. ,"' Speaker was Susan Mantel) 1 man, missionary-nurse home on leave from Nigeria, She showed slides of her home and the hospital and medical compounds where she has worked and also of the people she, worked with 1 and some of the patients. She said preventive rather than curative medicine is the only hope for the .Nigerians. Measles is a very serious and common childhood disease over there and Susan has taken it upon herself to try and raise funds for an immunization program for the children. She will leave mtosen ™ IW:1 """ 7! Fenton next week to be back at ouosen _ / ^ h(n ^ e in Nlgeria by the first f November. . : Hostesses were Mrs. Howard Bruhn, Mrs. William Bruhn, Mrs. Srwin Bruhn and Mrs. Martin iantelman. Atehlion, Kin*. — Miss Margaret Studer, a freshittart Mount St. Scholastic! college, has been chosen for thfe role of Jefferson. Stratford Piglet in the Krtetirt Sergei dramatization of "Winnie4he*I'oxjh " Oct. 15 and 16. She is a daughter of the Julius SttiderS, 'Algona, and graduated from Garrigan in 1966 a dee?water hde.&ifc m tttfft ing of his dog bfottfchi toft he was rescued W **&$* tie who was hunting in the The Rev. Geo; Gullixsons, Mason City, Rev. Walter Gullixsons, Princeton, Minn., Volborg Gullixson, Mankato, and Esther Gul- Hxson, Arizona, were recent guests at Ernest Pederson's. They are cousins of Mrs. Peeler- son. The Gullixsons also called at Nora Quill's and R. F. Gul- tixson's. The E. H. Normans, Green Bay, Wis., and Mrs; John Fitzgerald and Jane, Julie and Connie were recent guests at R. F. Gullixson's. The Normans are former Bode residents. Attorney and Mrs. Helmuth Miller went to Des Moines Thursday, then spent the weekend with their daughter Mary who is a junior at Drake University. Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation PPL1CAT EMPLOYMENT Shower given at Fenton for a bride-to-be Congratulations HODGEMAN & SONS Fairmont, Minn. ON HAVING INSTALLED THE AEROTRON 2-WAY FM MOBILE RADIO SYSTEM. Radio dispatched vehicles will now provide better-thai)- ever service to customers. AEROTRON ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Algona BUSINESSMEN: Find out how you can use 2-way radio in your business, Call today for convincing demonstration. Fenton—A miscellaneous bri ual shower was held in St. John's Lutheran cihurch Thursday foi Faye Hantelman. .... ...;,. Mrs. Lyle Jeuaen, Cylinder presided for the program whid included two vocal solos b Paula Werner, a reading by Mrs Jensen and her sister, Colleei Frink, a ballet dance by Gwe and Connie Miller, Fairmont, a humorous reading by Renee Hantelman and Faye's sister, Mrs. Larry Buscher offered a prayer. Hostesses were Mcsdames Olaf Norland, John Waite, Jerry Waite, Laurence Hantelman, Charles Hantelman, Arnold Hantelman, Norman Bollingcr, Tom Manly, Rueben Luedtke, Paul Voigt, Larry Alt, Don Shaw, Howard Krause, Loren Miller, Al Blornquist, Paul Eigler, Fred Frink, Gilbert Bleekwenn, Albert Langerman, Lucille Frink, Omar Lenning, Walter Jentz, Willliam Hantelman, Arno Juhl, Gus I Krause, Wilfred Laabs Lloyc Sunde, Kenneth Halverson, Lloyd Kern, Walter Pertl, Lyle Jensen Willard Menz and Harvey Hen riksen. Saturday guests of Mrs. Rhi nold Laabs and Amanda Schut were the Cliff Haases, Algona Bernard Laabses, Armstrong Wilfred Laabses, Fred Morten sens, Ronald Mortensens Oma ha, Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girl and .Glenn Hantelman. It wa Miss'Schutt's birthday. OFFICERS NAMED The voters assembly of St. .tike's Lutheran church at Fair ville last.Tuesday held a quar- ,erly meeting. Election of new officers was held. Kenneth Johnson is to serve one more year as chairman. Orville Weiner was chosen to serve as vice-chairman for one year followed by a two- year term as chairman. Wilfrec Bierstedt was chosen Elder, Er vin Gremmels, trustee, Eugene Wegener, finance board mem ber, Arnold Nielson on the audit ing committee and Norman Bol linger as assistant Suhday-scihoo superintendent, with Howar< Bruhn. advancing from assistan to superintendent. ^Patricia K. Ferris and Allen A. ndreasen were married at the iacine Lutheran church of the Insurrection, 7 p.m., Sept. 17 with Rev. Roger Knudsen per- orrning the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Ferris of lere and the bridegroom, is the son of Mrs. Aage Andreasen, Racine, Wis. The bride was given in marriage by her father and her at- .endants were Mrs. Denzil Foss- jerg, matron ef honor, Sandra Wallace and Marcia Sells bridesmaids. Serving as best man was Don Lo Picoalo, and groomsmen were Roger Ferris and Tim Eckblad. David Pederson, Gary Adelsen and Jerry Ferris were ushers. Scott Fossberg served as ring bearer. A reception was held in the feUowship, JitiN^ ; following the eremony. The bride is employed as a child welfare caseworker for the Racine Welfare Dept. and was HIM AGAIN ? Well, we hate to be the first to remind you, but ... Oiir ORUNDIB STEREOS have received a wonderful acceptance from our customers, anil . . . There is § shortage of these marvelous stereos/ so . . . IF YOU'RE PLANNING ON A CRUNDIG STEREO UTTER LAY-AWAY NOW! NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO, ^ Help keep America beautiful. Pack portable beauty whenever, you travel. Pack soft Celanese nylon tricot Tone-Mqtes shimmering with acetate satin. It's your duty to be an American Beauty. Aurora pink, deb blue/ cherry, tangerine, violet, marigold. Coat ..... .P-S-M-L $11,00 Pajama ...... 30-40 $ 9,00 Scvffs ....... S-M-L $ 3.00 TONE-MATES by G os sard -Artemis 310 |. STATE ALGONA, IOWA PHONE ?95-3o34 j'Home of Quality Since 187CT_^ VOTE FOR W. B. 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