Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
Page 13
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Time for Boy to Make a Change By AWgall Van Buren (Copyright 1966 by Chicago Tribune - N. Y. Newt Synd., Int.) DEAR ABBY: I've just had another scene with my husband over our 4-year-old son, and I am at my wits* end. My son likes to play with dolls. ; He can spend hours in the doll house playing with doll clotnes anu uoil uidhes. Tim annoys his father to no end. Other adults have made some rather unkind remarks about it, too. Personally, 1 see. nothing wrong'with it. Why is it when a little girl plays with cowboy guns and climbs trees everyone calls her a cute little tomboy, but when a boy plays with dolls they say Arrest "hit-and-run" driver after crashes , Three Algona cars were aged by a Mason City "hit-end* run," driver Saturday night and damage was estimated at 91825 in the accident. The youth involved, 20-year old JacK E. Goudreau, was ap- prehettded by city police at a oale shortly atter tt a.m. he's queer? Please answer as I am pretty shook. MOM arrive for .distribution to purf chasers There will be no Pack meeting in December. SENT TCI TEXAS Word has been received frorii Virgil LeRoy Wolf, who left for service on Nov< 15. He is stationed at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. involved in the crash. He pled quilty to the charge and Was iin- ^ ^ nt ... .f.-., w - ,., ed ^15 and COM in Mayor Bill,»« ^ the son of the Virgil Wolfs Finn's court Sunday morning. of Bancroft; His wife, the former Linda Riedel, Algona, is staying DEAR MOM: it's easier to g«t • little girl down from • tree than it in to git a boy out of a doll hckite. Encourage your ton to play with toys for little boys. ' DEAR ABBY: My steady boy friend and I are practically engaged, but one thing oothers me. He still writes-to an old girl friend of his back in Sioux City, La. He showed me her picture once, and she looks like a movie star. He claims there is nothing between them any more and the only reason he still corresponds with her is because she keeps him up on all the home town news. What do you advise! JEALOUS DEAR JEALOUS: Buy him a subscription to the SIOUX CITY JOURNAL AND TRIBUNE for Christmas. DEAR ABBY: I am sure other wives of traveling men have the same problem. When my husband is out of town he will sometimes get a long distance cmi. The operator asKs, "is Mr. bo ana So home?" I say, "No he isn't." She asks, "When do you expect him?" 1 say, "i\ot until next fcriuay." . . She asks, "Where can he be reached?" 1 reply, "I don't know. He's on the road now." . Well, Abby, as you can see, it could be someone right around the corner, or very near here just trying toiind out if I'm alone and how long 1 wili.be alone, vvitn me crime rate rising shouldn't something be done about this? Maybe someone at the telephone company has the answer. ; LONE WIFE DEAR LONE: When someone calls for your husband and he is out of the city, you need only ask, WITHOUT REVEALING THAT HE IS OUT OF TOWN, "Who is calling Mr. So and So please?" If you don't recognize the name, say, "If your party wii leave his name and operator's number, I will have Mr. So and So return the call." That way you disclose NO information whatso ever. CONFIDENTIAL TO "HAVE REGRETS": Tell her you're sorry you told her secret. Strange how we can learn how to talk in 2 years,' but sometimes"it" takes a lifetime to learn how to be quiet. How has the world been treating you! Unload your problems on Dear Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Oal., 90069. For a personal, unpublished reply, Inclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Ca I., 90069. tta«^^ He was neid alter the ease was closed lor the sneritf at Usage, where he is reportedly wanuu on an intoxication charge earlier lust week. . ' The crash occured about 10:30 p.m. onNorth inoring ton street. iouctreau's south bound', auto struck a car owned by Homer Jlark, whicn was parkeo in trout of Clark's house and was unat- tenoed, as were tne ocner two cars. Clark's car had about $275 in damage and it was spun around With her parents in Algona. She is employed at Finn's Bakery. MINK; SHOW — Iowa mink rancher, Oscar Gabrielson o Jewell,' won two top, awards at the North Central States Mink Show held last monitoh. Gabriel son won first for "grand champi on" of the show over 530 other mink and also won the show's nigh point trophy. Swea City lady dies; leaves 14 children Funeral services for Mrs. Mailda MoFarland, 87, Swea City, will be held Monday at the First Baptist Church at Swea City. She died Friday at Holy Fanv ily Hospital at Estherville. Mrs. McFarland was born Doc. 31, 1870 at York, Neb., where she received her education, She was married to William McFarland April 22, 1896 at Webster City. . Survivors include: five sons, Arnold of Swea City; Gerald of Jewell; Weldon of Oakland, Calif.; Reinhard of Blairsburg, and Carl of Fort Dodge; and nine daughters, Mrs. Orville Ander- eg of Bancroft; Mrs. Eunice Sanders, Mrs. Maurice Lund, Mrs, Orpha Briggs all of Swea City; Mrs. P. J. Shiediold of Fort Dodge; Mrs. Floyd Calweet of Humboldt; Mrs. Vada Fuller, Mrs. Charles Day, both of Webster City; Mrs. Sai-a Johnson of Leviean, Neb. There is one brother, Robert McFarland of Joplin, Mo., aftd two 1 sisters, Mrs, Ellen Newton of Swea, City and Mrs. Anton Adams of Motley. There are 69 grandchildren grandchildren. and 80 great' AdvtrtiM in th« Advinto Largest PAID clrculalion wi 165 on HV1MMIH Hwi™ topi wnr tiiflt Last monih 3tl7 tmvs * test on D. H. I. A. and owner-sample according to Mrs. Paul Hum, supervisor, The Ron' aid Meyer herd of Rodman had a rolling average of 513. The highest lactations reported this month were owned by the following: Ronald Meyer, Rodman, Mooie 365 nm ' ^ rev. ova w»joj *-**" fitjdafldySOS'dayt, 501 fat, , . >, „, Stanley Opheim, Whitt BUnch, 305 days, 17930 635 fat, 4 ^ ^ Gary Baiiwart, West Bel Blossom, 305 days, 14320 MO iw; " ".. , . IF YOU REALLY WANT TO SAVE MONEY ON CHRISTMAS SHOPPING THIS YEAR START NOW and. unto a car owueu by Appenzellar, who lives upstairs n tine Harry Alt Jiome next door. That macmne had abouit ^4ou in damage and it was slammed into a car owned by Alt, wnicn nad about $200 in damages. 1'he Gouureau vehicle, had about $900 damage to tne front end, which was smashed in. He and two companions got as fair as Call street, just north, of the Advance office, about two blocks from the accident, when the car stalled and they left by .foot. They were picked up the following morning by city police. (IT, ALGONA'S Biggest Supply OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT for CHRISTMAS •Typewriters — Smith Corona, Hermes & Royal I Adding Machines I Filing Cabinets I Mlmeograpbers iHutzell's OFFICE* SCHOOL SUPPLIES Algona Awards made to Cub Scouts of Pack 29 Cub Scout Pack 29 met at Lu- cia-Wallape sohiooj Noy. 22nd, at p.m. Jim. Peterson, assistant ubmastar, conducted the meeting in. the absence of Eddie Sindelar, recuperating from an accident. The flag ceremony was conducted by Den 7, Mrs. William Clegg and Mrs. Tom Cogdall. Boy Scouts of Troop 70 at: tended in uniform and conducted a song fest for the Cubs. Scoutmaster is Dick Biesell. David Evans, local Scout executive was also present. Cubby, award was given to Mrs. Clegg and Mrs. Cogdall's Den 7, who had the highest percentage of parents present; A skit for Farm Week was given by Den 6, Mrs. Bernard Thilges and Mrs. Eleanor Payne; Rev. Fraflk Harcey reported on the progress toward recovery of Cubmaster Ed Sindelar. Boy Scouts of Troop 70 assisted in presenting awards to Paul Jorgenson, denner stripe; Kurt Hankins, asst. denner shripe; Jack Limbaugh, 1 year badge; Kris Meyer, Webelos badge; Dennis Peterson, Lion badge. Kurt Lytle, denner stripe; Dan Frankl, denner stripe; Tom Kolp, asst. denrier stripe; Chuck Red- ng, asst., denner stripe; Steve Mertz, denner stripe. Chuck Hanson, asst: denner stripe; David Hackbarth, wolf badge, gold arrow; Tom Cog dall, gold arrow, asst. denner stripe; Wayne Clegg, denner stripe, Mike Stang, bear badge, 1 year pin. Rick Stangl, wolf badge; John Penton, 1 year pin; Pat Esser, 1 year pin; Arlon Struecker, wolf badge; Randy Jorgenson, 1 year /pm, perfect attendance pin; Kurt Hankins, denner stripe. Kiwanis greeters were Don Frederick and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pomplun. Christmas greens sold by Cubs of Pack 29 will be brought to the Den Mothers as soon as they BRIGHTEN HER EYES ON CHRISTMAS MORNING WITH A NEW CALORIC GAS RANGE . . . MANY TO CHOOSE FROM. STOP, SEE US THIS WEEK-!! Plenty Room for Big Baking, !#/ /SPAf, •:t.\ with Gas! Our very special holiday gift buy! pastej-tone bulky acrylic sweaters! terrific holiday toppings . . ..great gift ideas, too! High*bulk cardigan and slipover classics of quick-care imported acrylic knit! Comfortable raglan-shoulder styling with clever cable-stitch motifs in shades of white, pink, aqua, and mint! Great for every, gal on your list. S, M, L 6*99 6 AS RANGE Huge 25" x 20" oven has Cook and Keep-Warm system. Easily handles Kingly roasts, the grandest turkeys, your biggest casseroles. Simply dial cooking time and temperature. When food's done, oven automatically lowers to holding temperature, keeps meals serving-perfect for hours. Special low 140- degree heat ideal for warm-ups and thawing frozen foods, too. i Sam* oven compartment has 60% larger broiling pan. Takes 25 hamburgers, 20 lamb chops, 4 half chickens, four Impound steaks. Enjoy speedier. tastier Ultra-Ray broiling. Exclusive design infra-red broiler burner*, guaranteed for life, aims intense cooking heat that gives delicious char-broil flavor, reduces spatter, makes clean-ups fast, easy. Broiler is ideally located, waist-high. New Caloric 75 brings gas cooking to peak perfection. Ese how many ways— now! *U.S. Patent 3,122,197 Thermogas Co. of Algona 295-2841 S. Phillips St. Algona Holiday special! color-cued pant set for toddlers! Made especially for Penney's ... striped cotton knit tops paired with Dacron® polyester-cotton poplin pants. Gift- boxed, too! Sizes 1 to 4. 1.88 Special buy! Men's fur-lined leather gloves Give him the luxury of our soft 'pigtexed' cape-skin gloves. Fully lined with warm fur, A great value, priced so extra lowl - 4 33 Pretty knits for holidays in sister sizes Orion® acrylic three- parter for big and little sister! Rib-knit cardigan and matching shell, swing/ pleated skirt bonded to acetate tricot. 4to6x,*O 7 lo 16," 0 - Santa Claus and Elfie Winners - • SANTA — Lynne Keith, Burt ELFIES — Mrs. Edna Hantelman, Fenton & Mrs. Robert Chambers, Corwith SAUE§ DEPT. Greater selections of merchandise} | Fast delivery! Quality and Pricel r _ _ «3»«fc#i»>^^ *ft*S8»^^^*ii»^^ *M ,000 Store Wide Pre-Christmas Furniture Sale r Christmas Now-We'll Hold For Christmas Delivery

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