Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: My husband and I Were divorced before Jimmy was born. Jimmy has just entered kindergarten and is asking a lot of questions about where his daddy is. His father lives herein town, has remarried and built a life of his own. He pays child .support but has not seen Jimmy in' years. I told the boy his daddy went to war and is "rmaring" so maybe he is in heaven with Jesus. i L L. i Mj f frief ids say I should have told him the truth, but I just fcouldn t because if he knew his daddy was here in town and drill t care enough about him to come and see him he would feel .Very hurt and would probably hate his father. Please tell me What to do. VEGAS . DEAR VEGAS: Wait until the time is right. Then tell Li j V jj ,*. ' And 9X P! ain that Vou made up that story about his daddy being missing bacause you thought at the time'he was too young to bear the truth. (It's true.) 1 • j You can't keep Jimmy from being "hurt" because his daddy doesn t visit him. But you can try to keep the boy from "hating him — by explaining that daddy may have reason "we don't know about" for staying away — which could also be true.* DEAR ABBY: What is the difference between "mademoiselle" and "miadame?" R. p. J. DEAR R. F. J.: "Monsieur." ' . • DEAR ABBY: I am, 15 and my boy friend is 17 My parents tell me I cannot have my boy friend over while they are gone. . Well, he comes over anyway. This is purely accidental. I tell him to call first, but he doasn't call, he just comes over and when my parents come home and find him here I get killed. We don't do anything wrong, Abby. We just listen to records, watch -TV, and talk. Now just tell me what we're doing wrong? Please print tlus/as I am — Gospel singers at bni Rock The 'Good News Quartet of Holland, Iowa, will present a con* cert of gospel,and spiritual'songs at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 7:36 m< This quartet was organised in January 1965. Since then they have been singing as a full-time gospel quartet throughout the United States and Canada and are enjoyed and appreciated by those who come'to hear them. Lu Verne Fern Bigings the LtiVems'-'Live Wires. The LiiVer «W Live Wirts hf Id a weiftsif roast aJ. the Joiifl' er»* farm^ato 18. members toere iftd Mrs. Charles Hint and Mr) Lts- ter Hinz to^k Ml 1 . Hiti2 to the Veterans hospital in Des Moifties Thursday for a checkup. ••••••• t •••••••••••••••• SERVICEMEN BIRTHDAY CUJB Mrs.-Lyle Steele entertained ter birthday club Wednesday af* ;ern)o>c>n, .in honor of MrS. John fh'ompeon. Mrs. Will Ruiieh4y was a guest. Canasta was play- sd. IN DEEP WITH DAD DEAR IN DEEP: You are disobeying your parents' instructions, and your boy friend is ignoring yours. If you refused to lit him in when your parents are not at home, he wouldn't continue to come over unannounced, and then you wouldn't get "killed." Neither would you be "in deep" with dad. DEAR ABBY: My husband went to a party last Friday night. In fact I drove him there. This was a party for all the guys in his shop. My husband told me there wouldn't bs any wives there. I later found out that there were lots of wives there — that the husbands were told to invite them. When I called him on it he swore up and down he didn't know he was supposed to invite -me. so hurt, I have baen crying all day. DEAR HURT: .How's your husband's record for integrity? If it's good, believe him. How has the world been treating you? Unload your problems on Dear Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. For a personal, unpublished reply, enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Should I believe him? I am HURT The Jim Ruggs, Des Moints, Saturday with' his mother Mrs. Audrey Baumgartne<r and sistsrs Cindi and Vicki. Mrs. Don Crosby, Chicago, called Friday with her oousiriis the Harold Traugeirs. She was en.- routa to Westvlew Home, Britt, to visit h'cr uncle Guy Traiuger, faith&r of Harold Trauger. Mrs. Crosby, the former Grace- Trauger, is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Trauger and the late Earl Trauger. Mrs. Mary Trauger is in a Rest Home in Riverside, Calif. Norma Hainan, student nurse at Community College, . Fort Dodge, was a weekend visitor with her parents the Herman Heinens. She had a birthday Saturday and guests Sunday were the Leonard Birabaiimers, Clare. Mrs. Esther Zweifel French, Concord, Calif., the 'Raymond. Birnbaumers and Suzette, Hardy. Du-ane Heinens and Suzette, Corwith and William Steils, Lu- Verne. Sunday guests at Herman Heinen's were his sister the Conrad Wingertens and Marcia, SelMdge, N. D., and a sister-in- law, Mrs. Albert Heinen of Mo- Quiligin, S. D. Mrs. Earle Hansclman visited her mO'ther, Mrs. Bertha Nelson, Frcot, Minn., living at the Timely Mission at Buffalo Centsr. Mrs. John Voss, Jr., Wednesday attended a organization meeting of 4-H clubs of Kossuth ait the extension office in A.1- gona. Mrs. Voss is a leader of 4-H News ALGONA (lew/a) ADVANCE—7 THURSDAY, d€f. 27, 1966 AA^ftAftftitAA&tftMi^^ CRESCO CHUMS Cresco Chums met Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. with Debbie Spedht and Mary Margaret Zaugg hostesses. Having a 4-H skating party was discussed. Demonstrations were given by Patty Beach and Mary Besch, and Rhonda Peck. Talks were given by Mary Margaret and Dawn Wildin. Special activity was led by Susan Smith. New members are Mary Ann Erdman, Renee Roethler, Debbie- Benson, Jean Patterson and Terri Wildin. Guests were Mrs. Bob Buscher, Mrs. M. J. Erdman, Mrs. Ronald .Sabin, Mrs. Les Wildin, Mrs. Marvin Hackbarth, Mrs. Dick Simpson, Mrs. Dick Lallier, Mrs. Lawrence Besch, Mrs. Bill Specht, Diane Hackbarth, Linda Lallier and Kathleen Co-le. * Nancy, home. Naftcy is atteftdifig college in Bsthefville aM will spend two or three days at home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warde and Mrs. W.'.W. White of Iowa Falls were Tuesday afternoon lunch/ eon guests in the Ray McWhorter home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter attended a party in the James Schenck home Thursday evening, in honor of Bobby Scheiick's 7th birthday. Learn from the mistakes of others, because you may not liv long enough to make them all yourself." 160 ACRE FOR SALE HERMAN ESTATE /*• LEGAL NOTICES DARWIN A. LEEK Pfc Darwin A. Leek, son of the Arthur Leeks, Algona, recently graduated from the army intelligence school at Fort Hplabird, Md. He is presently working in Atlanta, Ga. He graduated from the military intelligence specialist course with a secondary baing intelligence analyst. ,, VOTE FOR MERTIE II HUBER ican Candidate far COUNTY RECORDER NOV. 8 Received specialized training at Hamilton Business College, AAason City Ten years experience in Titonka Savings Bank Experience as bookkeeper at Burt and Titonka elevators Widowed with one son, Gary, student in Burt High School IRVINGTON IDEALS The regular meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-H club was held at the St. Benedict hall on Oct. 15. Hostess, Be'bbie PeCoy. Presiding at the meeting was the president, Sharon Hix. Nine members and four visitors were present. Old business, Mrs. Haig presented a bill for $3.29. Vew business, recognition night Mov. 8 at the High School Annex n Algona. Mother's Christmas presents were discussed. New nenjibers are Mary Rae Merriem, Connie Merriem, Julie Nail and Judy Nail. Election of officers was held. 'resident, Mary Harig; vice, Octane PeCoy; sec., Mary Mercian; .reas., Sharon Hix; historian, Juie Nail; reporter, Kathy Bernr laid; photographer, Lynn Klien; misic chairman, Francis Jenkin- spn; and recreation chairman, Debra .Youngwirth: Installation of officers is Dec. 17, 1986. Two talks were given by Rachael Jenkinson on Is Your 'Social Slip' Showing?, and, What is My Citizenship Responsibility: IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of THI STATE OF IOWA IN AND (OH KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ETHEL TILLINGHAST, Deceased. Probate No. 9023 NOTICE OP PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Ethel Tillinqhast Deceased: You are hereby notified that on tho 14th day of October, 1966, the last will and testament of Ethel Tillinghast deceased bearing date of the 31st of July, 1956, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Delia Welter was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the seconc publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to ake immediate payment to the under- gned, and creditors havinp claims gainst said estate shall file them witr IB clerk of the above named dlstric' ourt, as provided by law, duly authen cated, for allowance; and unless sc led within six months from. the. seconc ublication of this notice (unless, other ise allowed or paid) such clalnvshal lereafter be forever barred. , •.'.-••'•. Dated ' this 14th .day of October, 1966 Delia Welter • Executor of said Estate Box 447 Algona, Iowa Address 3e|la Welter Alaona, Iowa )ate of second publication 7th dnv of October, 1966. Published In the Algona Kossut County Advance, Algona, Iowa Oct. 20 and 27, 1966. TIMOTHY L. CLAUDE Great Lakes, III. (FHTNC) 10 — Seaman Recruit Timothy L. vl Claude s , l,9,,. r ySN,,, v son.,,oJ John L. Caude-s, Algona, has bean graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Na. val Training Center here. In the first weeks of his naval service he studied military subjects and lived and worked under condir tions similar to those he will encounter on his first ship.or at his first shore station. DALE I. KOPPEN Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. (AHT- NC) — Army Private Dale I. Koppen, 20, son of the Irvin M. Happens, Lakota, was assigned to the 205th Military Police company at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Oct. 11. He entered the Army in July and was last stationed at Ft. Bliss, Tex. He is a 1964 graduate of Lakota high school and was employed by Frans-en's Nursery in Minneapolis, Minn. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Legal description: SW/4-15-97-28 (Portland Township) located 31/2 miles East and 1 mile North of Burt, Iowa Possession : March 1,1967 The Farm: Clarion and Webster Soil, drainage no problem, good improvements, an excellent productive farm • '•: ' • See L W. NitChalS, Execulor '•I I ' ' ' . ' Herman Pulz Estate East State Street Algona, Iowa 76tfn. WMMMMMI FANTASTIC BUT Enter the Big Dodge Rebellion "Winner's Choice" Sweepstakes. See your Dodge Dealer for details.. CORONET 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP captures your fancy Cut loose. Get awgy frojn it pll. (n the cgr thqt's got it ajl over IJj« .bp-hMjnmerf that surround you. Get with Dodge Coronet for '67 and let your|el# go, i.i} style. Any style, HPC^top* ^Qnvfirtifele, wagon, sedan. At Cofonet'i price, it wiJI cost you less than you migty i v njajjjn,e to be the envy of your neighfeorhQOcl. And look at some of the options Coronet offers you, like a silky-smooth 318- or 9S3-.cubic-i.nch V8 engine and 3-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission. (The 426 Hemi and 440-Magnum engines are (available on the Coronet R/T.) So jco,me on in and take a good, long look at Coronet, The Dodge Rebellion wqnts you. Dodge DODGE DIVISION ' CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION Percival Motors, 800 South Phillips St., ALGONA j-Mi fi^A (W»«Vind>) . the (MonjoyKafl <# NI^-TY. The Portland" Progress' clii'l met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 2C in the home of Hazel Steven with Arle-ne Marlow assistant hostess The chairman opened the meet ing with a poem, "The Blessings of Thanksgiving." Roll call, What I -distlike about Halloween, was answered by 12 members, Arlene Wood. Ethel Smith. Flossie Bartl?tt, E.lla Lampe, Edith Jandl, Marie Parsons,' Wilma Carlson, Viola Becker, Thelma Meister, Linda Meister, Hazel Steven and Arlene Marlow. Viola Becker was in charge of fun time. Thelma Meister, Vivian Button and Flossie Birtlett won prizes. Ruth Trunkhill, Vivian Button and Judy Eckels were guests. Mrs. Axel Carlson and Mrs. Betty M'ller are to be hostesses for the November meeting. It was decided by the club members to have a one o'clock luncheon at the Cunningham, cafe, Nov. 17. Roll call: A Thanksgiving Memory. Fun time, Hazel Steven and Arlene Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks accompanied Rev. Haasen of Titonka, to Rochester Saturday to be with Mrs. Guy Bimond who was still in the hospital. Mrs. Sparks remained there with her mother and returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Bimond was released Wednesday and is getting along as well as can be expected. Mrs. Frank Becker accompanied Mrs. Borothv Campney to Algona where they attended a heart meeting at the Colonial Motel. They are getting ready for the heart drive in February. Anyone wishing a film on heart education, contact Mrs. Benita Mitchell of Burt. The new film is "Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients." Mr. and Mrs. R.iy McWhorter went on the Republican tour last Friday. Mrs. Frank Becker went to Estherville last Friday to bring her I Iff? 11 '$' i • I •' DON JORGENSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Paid Political Ad Brand new 3-T Nylon TIRES -th TUFSYN sQ95 8 Goodyear's great economy tire, the Nylon All-Weather • Get a good buy on (his Tread desifi Tire iUY AT THESE U)W PRICES NOW : 3 il URING US YOUR RECAP- PABLE TRADE IN TIRE TODAY 10 45 SI-J45 13 Tub»-Typ« 7.75*15 BUckwall. Ptui Fed. Ex. T«g ft.58 «nd your recap- 7.75x14 Tubelet, Blackwall. Plw F«d. Et Tax $148 wd yow. i*c*pfwM* tir*. 7.78x14 Tubelais. Plus Fed. Ex. fi-M «nd your r«e«pp*bU NO CASH NEEDED! FREE MOUNTING! PAY ON EASY TERMS! GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE "NO LIMIT" GUARANTEE—No limit on months • No limit on miles t No limit os to roads f No limit as to speed • For the entire life of the tread. All New Goodyear Auto Tires are guaranteed against defects in workmanship and materials and normal road hazards, ' except repairable punctures. • Auto tires used on trucks are excluded from the road hazard portion of this guarantee. If a Goodyear tire fails undor this guarantee, any of more than 80.QOO dealers will make allowance on a new tire based on original treed depth remaining and Goodyear's printed "Exchange Price" current at the time of adjustment, not on the higher "No Trade-in Price." Hilton's Sinclair Service State & Jones Street*

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