Marriage Prospects — Rather Bleak DEAR ABBY: I am 21 years old and am very much in love with a young man I'll call John. He is 24. My problem is his parents. They are violently opposed to our marrying because of a religious and nationality difference. I can do nothing about my nationality, but I'd be willing to change my religion to his. John says it Wouldn't help; they would still be opposed. Abby, what hurts is I have never even met .them. They refuse to see me. John says he knows if they ever got to know me they would love me, and I'm sure they Would, Should I take matters into my own hands and go over there and introduce myself? John says he can't marry me while his parents are living. What shall I do? We love each other. , HEARTBROKEN DEAR HEARTBROKEN: Face it. If John loved you as much as you love John he would either persuade his parents to meet you, or he would marry you without their consent. You are both over 21. I see no marriage in your future with this young man. DEAR ABBY: Will you take a chance and ask your readers to answer this thru your column, or are you afraid of what might follow? Are men and boys cleaner than women and Algono KoHUth THURSDAY, NOV. 17, f 966 - ALOONA, IOWA girls? Sign me- "CLEANER THAN THOU" DEAR "CLEANER": If "thou" are a man or boy, (and I assume thou art) com* forth and speak thy place. And show thy evidence. , / DEAR ABBY: Orville and I have been married for 30 years. We usually retire about 11 o'clock. i.But .there are times when Orville would like to retire at 8:30 or 9 because he's "tired." Well, that's all right with me, but I am not ready to go to sleep that early. •.-.-. ' Orville refuses to go to bed without me! I think he is being very unfair. I wouldn't insist that he adjust his schedule to suit mine if he didn't feel like it. What is your opinion of this? BETTER HALF DEAR BETTER: I'll bet when Orville was a baby he wouldn't go to sleep unless his mother lay down beside him. Well/tell him you aren't his mother, and he's no baby, and it's time he went "beddy-by" alone. Charlie's Supper Club WILL BE CLOSED TRAVEL THE WORLD OR THE U.S.A. THE . CAREFREE WAY... with vocation savings WHETHBH your next vacation is Iwo weeks or two imtuthn, pliin tu enjoy it thoroughly Uie paid-ahead way. Save a small amount re«- ularly^we'lt add afoove-averaye earnings— at»t| you'll havt- no alterniath of bills to spoil the memories! Start U|is Current Dividend Rate Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Amount* Fully ln»ur»«l to 115,090 Save from the 15th— Earn frpm the 1*1 SINCE 1917 — A^QQNA/ IOWA id of honor was Paul? Ktominga, the bride's sister. Attendants were Judy Jutting, Antes and Melanie Krominga, sister of the bride. Best man was Earl Cushman, brother of the groom. The gfooms attendants were Kurt RUsher, Bancroft and Randy Myer, Glyiidon, Minn. $0loists were Bill Christ and Pam Rusher accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Aubes. Ushers were Don Wertges, Fred Korte Jr| Terry Krominga and Darylr Cushman. A reception for 250 was held inline church parlors following ith$ ceremony. Mrs. Glenn Miller Floyd and Mrs. Henry Plainier Titonka out the cake. Mrs. Floy< MUler, Garner and Mrs. Roge Alphs, Buffalo Center pouret. oolfec. Mrs. Jeff Blome, Lakota nd Mfs. Art Neyef, Titonka erved punch. Mrs. Lynn Heftr kc, Spirit Lake had the guest book. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. ake Peterson, Lakota. Susan Johnson, Sioitx City, Marian Kinney, Des Moines, Myra Heideek- ef, Lakota and Verna Maass, Dakota opened gifts. Waitresses were Nyla Hertzke, Connie Price, Judy ; Kollasch, Glenda rlertzike and ArUss Christ, all of Lakota. The bride's personal at pendants were Linda Derian, Thompson and Pat Baehm, Des Moines. The bride is a graduate of Lakota school ana Nettleson Business College, Sioux City. She is employed by the • First National Bank, Spirit Lake. The groom is a graduate ol Lakota schools and is employee by Berkleys & Co., Spirit Lake After a short wedding trip they will be at home at 106 21s St., Spirit Lake. Venison Bob Pleasant, Osceola, \va able to proudly show oi'f a 28 pound buck deer he shot the if st time out hunting with a bow nd arrow. You'll te necewory to if ** Bit Your Signs at the Advance Either "No Hunting" signs or "No Hunting and Trespassing" signs available., Get yours at the Advance Publ. Co. this week! Marsha ^Lynne Krominga, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krominga, Lakota and )avid James Cushman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myfle Cushman, Titonka - Lakota wedding Titonka were married Nov. 5 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, La; kota. Rev. Paul Ofstedal officiated at the double ring ceremony. Because they're all-new for '67! 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