Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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Sister-in-law Has Strange Ideas DEAR ABBY: I havb oeen divorced for two years and have no intentions of marrying again as I am a Catholic, My husband (also a Catholic) remarried a few months ago, which is ms business. We don't socialize together and there is no'reason for us to even see each other as settlement was made and we naid no children. Last Saturday I attended the wedding of my brother's daughter. I was shocked to see Joe and his new wife, there. It was all very awkward, so I stayed only for the ceremony and left immediately afterwards. A relative who helped address the wedding invitations latertold me that my ex-husband AND his wife were sent an invitation addressed to "Mr. and Mrs." Later my sister-inrlaw explained it this way: "We are Catholic, and as far: as I am concerned, Joe is still you husband and that's why I invited Aim." Does this make sense to you? NO NAME DEAR NO: Hardly. Your litter-ln.Uw'. "holier than theu" attitude it so holy, it doesn't hold water. If she really considers Joe to be your husband, why did she invite your "hue-, .bend" and the woman with whom he is living in tin? Ask her to explain that. : / • DEAR ABBY: Anyone who thinks a girl is lucky to have an. older brother because he can introduce her, to some of his friends had bsbter think again. 1 am 23 and my brother is 27 and I siit home every night like 75 per cent of the girls. ^ Whenever 1 ask him to introduce me to some of his men Mends, he says, "All my friends are bums." What is a girl supposed to do? NO DATES DEAR NO: You ought to be thankful your brother it honest. A girl can meet enough burnt without her brother's help. ' DEAR ABBY: Recently, out-of-town friends whom we had not seem in years called asking if they,could.come to visit us. We said they could. W>hen they arrived I suggested they bring in their luggage as .the guest room was ready for them. The wife than said, "Go bring in the dogs, Willie." I was horrified. I am a good housekeeper, and have no facilities for pets. I wouldn't mistreat one, but we hadn't counted on housing any. I suggested the garage or basement, but they said no. their diogs had the run of their house—and they weren't kidding. Abby, they kept their two cocker spaniels in our guest room, and the mess those animals made was unbelievable. I could have cried! They stayed three days. Shouldn't •they have menitioaed ^heir dogs before they came? What can be done?-We can't demand they replace the carpeting. , DEAR HEARTSICK: There's no use crying over spilt milk s '-- anything else. Borrow three St. Bernards (not house- Alqono K<muth Countv ' ' ' ' :•:' j "« (<< THURSDAY, NOV. 3, If* - ALOOMA, IOWA -' > 135 from Kossuth at Iowa State University broken) and go to visit them. CONFIDENTIAL TO C. McA.: Do your givin' while you're livin', then you'll be knowin' where it's goin'. How has the world been treating you? Unload your problems on Dear Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal, unpublished reply, inclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. A total of 135 county student* are among the record 15,128 enrolled at Iowa State University this fall. The enrollment is up eight per cent over the previous high of 14,014 set in the fall of 1965 and it is the sixth consecutive year which enrollment has increased. •' •, Young people at the School iff elude the following: Algona — Douglas Barr, Virgean Bierstedt, Russell Bode* Robert Bradford, Jean Christiansen, Neil Colwell, Patricia Conn, Jo Ann Cox, Erma Lea Deim, Philip Egel, William Farnham, Roger Ferris, Dorene Funk, Jer- aid Helmers, Dennis Helhike, Alan Holt, Pamela Hopkins, Lois Hunt. Roger Long, Joel McNeill, Michael McNeill, Dennis Miller, Ron ' Nelson, Maureen O'Brien, Jean Owens, Linda Percival, James Peterson, William Rahm, John Reid, Sandy Schenck, Richard Slobe, Vicki Steil, Judith Switzer, Philip Taylor, John Wi& Sharon Willrett, Daniel Zaugg, Matthew Clark, Dwight Frideres, Michael Gilbert and Lance Johnson. •.••''. . •:, -f,'- : f ' ••' Bancroft— Eugene Bormann, Melvin DeGeeter, Eugene Dumstorff,Edmund McGuire, Glen Menke, Donald Smith, Thomas Smith, Joan Geesman, Donald Hanisch. Buffalo Center — Dale Risius, Gary Risius. Burt — Linda Fairbanks, Du Wayne Gebken, Richard Gebken, Mo.ite Hammond, Ellen. Henry, Verlyn Larsen, Kenneth Richter, David Walker, Ann Wilson. Elmore — Dale Coy. Fenton — Sharon Freiermuth, John La-age, Linneas Laage, John Luedtke, Loren Mcnz, Timothy Struecker. Irvington — Norman Klein. Lakota — Elizabeth Buckels, Wayne Cordes, Craig Ellsworth, Linda Hosppner, David Sleper; Virgil 3yallentine, Brian Eljs- worth. *~ '-.••''•' -'•••'•'•-•" v.*'. : Ledyard — Thomas Anderson, Jon DeBoar, Roger Green, Lyle Haag, Mcrlyn Haag, Dwayne Klo- eke, Monica Munyer, Diannc Waterhouse, Ann Carpenter. fiurt Mrs, George Hawcott •+»*»»»»»»»»»»«»»««•»«»« Roger Hutchinson. LuVtrne— Raeann Brink, Dar yl Jagels, David Mueller, Sheri RamuJ, Elaine Schnakenberg, JohnWickett. Swe« City — Judith Davidson, David Harner, John Langerman, Leroy Ltrten, Philip Menke, Howard Person, Rodney Smith, Charles Stewart, Gerald Thompson, Robert Thompson, Paul Tho- resori, Petrea Thoreson. '•;;' Tlteflka — Dale Bartelt. Mark Boyken, Linda Budlong, Bill Carroll, Brenda Eden, Kathleen Eden, Diane Gartner, Richard Kardoes, Janice Larsen, James Stecker, Edward Wcrtjes. i Wesley — Lorraine Funne- inark, Christian Nygaard, Vivian Pqmmer, Daniel Skow, Helen Skow, Reuben Skow. West Bend — Wayne Banwart, Vlichael Dahlhauser, Timothy Dahlhauser; Whittemore — Milton Butzke, yid Frink, Dennis Frink, Daniel Gtlmore, Leonard Kenne, Earl Maaihs, Everett Maahs, Dmald K|eyer, Cletus Mosbach, Stephen Schuller, John Zohbon. The Lenian Lloyds, 'Crystal Lake, were guects Sunday at Homer Sa bin's. The Roger Scotts went to She nandoali Oct. 23 to visit the Dr Eugeine Lloyd's: Mrs. Celia Scott Who had spent several weeks there, returned home with them. The Justin Andersons, Leba* idfl, Mt>.; left Iliursday after erai M^eeks at Raymond Westling's. Guests Sunday at the Wes- tlings were the Justin Ahdef- sons, Art Isaacson, Stratford* Mrs. Rose Westling, Algona, the Val Gene Westlings, Vem Ship- lers atid Owfeii BerhdWs Lone Rock.' ;t: '" ' i. ? - • U & I Circle will meet Now 8 at Marion Westling's. New officers; elected at the last meeting are Pies., Adella Ulses; Vice, Rtith 0. 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