Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1966
Page 13
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Alqono Koittith THURSDAY, NOV AUOOWA, IOWA vance •ECA week is election hoirt*. they will l«tv« ffitlay $£terta*nt, for Ms pafeftts fifeaf FaiMHont* to spend a few days before returning home. Mfs. Frite is tlie former Claudia Moore. Mrs. Donald iUngsdorf and Mrs Roy Rttigsdorf have been of officers? Velum Community Mall at 12 nocm, I putting in much elected tMktatt,l*dito bring a hot dish, dessert,Grandma 'Ladies Choice 5 Is Her Husband DEAR ABBY: When my husband and I were dating, we uuiu.tin, we don't dance much, but when we do, my husband Will dance one dance with me and spend the rest of the evening dancing with someone else's wile. Their husbands sit, so I sit, too. I love to dance and people say I am a very good dancer, but it's getting so that 1 dread the thought of going where I know there will be dancing. I went to bed last night, asking for God's help, and finally crying in my pillow. I couldnt sleep, so I am writing to you. What should I do? WALLFLOWER DEAR WALLFLOWER: Don't b« • •hrinklnQ vlolttl Tht wife who holds back tho tor» whllt htr husband twists tht knife is asking for tbust. Toll your husband that ar^occasional danco with anothor whilo you sit is all right, but If ho makos it an all evening practice, you'll declare it "ladies choice and YOUR choice is HIM. DEAR ABBY. I am 15 and need help. My dad is a long distance truck driver and my mom is going thru the menopause cycle. Mom always wanted a Chihuahua dog, so dad stopped off at Fort Worth, Tex., and talked to a lady who ran v an ad in the paper selling Chihuahuas. . . He was going to surprise mom with a dog, but he said when he got there the lady said she didn't have any males, which is what dad wanted, but a Chihuahua named Tilhe was going to have pups any time and she would save a male for him when they arrived. Well, dad was out of town when a postcard came from this lady and it read, "TILLIE HAD HER BABIES. ALL FEM Mom 'called up this lady in Fort Worth and cussed her out and now she wants a divorce because she claims dad fathered triplets on one of his trips. No one can talk to her. I am ready to leave home. What can I do? NLKDS HfcL.F DEAR NEEDS: Ask the lady in Fort Worth to send a pic- turne of "Tillie's triplets." If that doesn't get your mom off your dad's back, tell mom to head for the hormones. by school here /wra ~^— Vice-PreSident, sandwiches, napkins and and Lett* Phetps, Secretary and dishes. It was also decided that I ^j* "T^ "doctors feared she Treasurer. Agnes Stewart {Mid the club give $5.00 to the Tree had had a second stroke the next Hazel OarroU were put oft the of Lights and $5.00 to the re- U av . calling committee, Aft early tarded Children at Algona, for| ^. and Vlx6t Timer Harms Ohristma* party was planned-.to Christmas. be held in the home of Hgel Rn«o Tuesday afternoon, No^ | Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and • WlWKSf * A^iVi •V W ^^W" 1 ^ •» — —— — — I Milflla.- lUGSUilj MHVl'IfcWIiJ *^»J!T I *»«* i M'IBM ATM.U* » M.-WVM. rn.rn.w-m ....» * Umber 29th We will reveal oiir Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard National DECA Week, is be- [*»—& Sisters with a 50c gift Grosser and Randy drove to Beling observed this week in more L^ |ner ,^ me on ft an d who it mond Sunday afternoon and call- than 2,500 cities where disti4bu-| u ffvmi ^ Mc ^ member will bring led at the Harold Fitch home on i . •. .. j^ «•».. and family of Titonika visited in the Dwtight Ruse home Friday evening. "A good listener is usually >f something else". DEAR ABBY: When my wife wakes up, the first thing she does before she even opens her eyes is light a cigaret. She couchs and hacks and talks about quitting "some day —but she never does. Abby, she is underweight and nervous and I get so upset thinking about what could happen to her I don t know which way to turn. We have small children to raise. I have offered her a reward of money, threatened to sleep on the couch and tried everything, but she still smokes. She claims she smokes only three packs a day, but I know its closer to four! If you or any of your readers have any ideas on how to get her to quit, I would be ever so tive Education dubs of Airier! ca, or DECA, is closely associ ated with the instructional program. This student-directed activity is an effective part of the learning and training process in developing future leaders for marketing and distribution. Many business leaders are involved in the activities of DECA. First is the employer, these bus- ness firms provide laboratory enviroment in which the stu dent tests, observes, applies concepts and skills learned in the DE class in school. Second, through supervised training, the student gains experience in the occupation which frequently is the first step toward his career goal. Third, DE students learn from the start the basics of business in the free enterprise system. This in itself is commendable because nowhere in our educational system is free enterprise dem onstrated so adequately as in the distributive education cm- culm. Members of the 1966-67 class re: Sharon Barber, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Orville Barber inda Hentges, daughter of Mr nd Mrs. Gerald Hentges; Suz mie Kent, daughter of Mrs jewis Kent; Nancy Moe, daugh ;er of Mr. and Mrs. Thoma Hoe; Cynthia Schumaker, daugh er of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sciiu maker; Irene Strickler, daugih ,er of Mrs. Helen Strickler; an Susan Vipond, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Vipond. Th .eacher-coordimator for the dis ributive education program Cbarlcs Ullom. or December 6th in the Portland | tion in the parental Clyde Moore October 13, DEAR OVTivlf there is ~any>ning more hopeless than trying to help' a person who refuses to help himself, I donTknow what it is? Your wife is clearly "hooked" on the weed. If she ever "admits" she really wants to quit, ask her doctor to help her to help herself. 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 booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. _ USE ADVANCE WANT ADS »»»«««»»»»+»»»»»»»»»•»*« Mrs. Victor Fitch The Four Corner Social Club met Tuesday afternoon, November 1, iii the home of Agnes Stewart. Eight members answer ed roll call. Hazel Carroll, Wyona Harms, Flossie Bartlett, Lei ta Phelps, Emily Larson, Sandra Harms, Agnes Stewart and Vera Fitch- Virgie Trenary was guest. After old and new busi ness was discussed, there was ::!^ Thank You... A special thanks to my friends and customers, who have made my 3 year stay in Algona, so pleasurable. Your continued patronage will be most appreciated by both Mr. Sloter and myself. We feel confident that you will continue to receive the finest products and serv- ice CARL S. NELSON Announcing- Although the ownership has changed, we will still carry a complete line of fine Mobil products and the same experienced staff is ready to serve you. We cordially invite you to stop in anytime and get acquainted. JAMES W. (Jim) SLOTER Kossuth Oil Co. BLUE i WHITE ONE-STOP featuring COMPLETE products SERVICE TANK WAGON SERVICE STATION WINTER HOURS: 4:30 *YM. - 10:QP P.M,-?4 HOURS SATURDAY Phillips & McGregor AtGONA, IOWA Phone 295-2298 an early Christmas message. HILTON SINCLAIR I I I I I I I I I I I Let me tell you about RUSK DRUG'S new "DIAMOND ROOM" ... It is beautifully done - private - and offers the perfect atmosphere for choosing a Kaynar diamond . . . Spend a few minutes or an hour if you desire . . . Lay - away the ring of your choice now, while selection is at its finest . . . Priced from $49i» to $300... Complete price range! AND may I suggest you choose a fine Wyler watch for your loved one ... RUSK'S has a beautiful selection for ladies or men . . . priced from $33M to S350W.! • • • ^ any other lovely jewelry gifts include diamond pendants, pearls, dinner and cocktail rings, and lots more! LAY-AWAY TODAY AT RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY I I I I I I I I 1 I

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