Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 21, 1966
Page 18
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4UAIMNA (I**.) ADVANCI THURSDAY, OIC. M, 1944 Hcur Today— Gone Tomorrow By Abigail Van Boron (Copyright 1966 by Chicago Tribon. • N. Y. Now* Synd., Inc.) DEAR ABbY: My daughter, Nancy, became engaged recently so she and 1 have been shopping tor ner weutling gown and veil. . •..'•' ••"." ./' ' " - .-.',''. . • Well, you know how these young girls look nowadays with their, little boy Sasspon hair-cuts and tnat pale-laced makeup with white lipstick! When Nancy tried on tnose white bridai gowns I didn't know whether to laugh or cry! • Should we try to get her to wear a wig for the wedding? A wedding veil looks ridiculous over a little ooy hair-cut. Anu while you re at it, Abby, please say something to the young girls about now Ugly they look in the name of fashion. v ." ,;;-,.:,•• U; ;.,;-' ->,•,;/':• -.-. ... NANCY'S MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: Nancy must have been doing SOMETHING right or she wouldn't bo shopping for • bridal outfit. But for what It's worth, I agro. Girls look much prettier with hair and meke-up that suggests a living, breathing person is under- n«ath it all. Forgot tno wig. Hair today and gone tomorrow. (, I ' .-....•••• i v DEAR ABBY. I am the mother of a 7-year-old boy, and my husband and 1 would like to adopt a little girl, but one uay while 1 jvas shopping 1 took something irom a store and was arrested. My husoanu knows nothing ot this, and 1 lust don't have the heart to tell him. « We are, hard-working people and would have no trouble getting a child,, but 'I am afraid to put in an application. Vvoulu they cneck for a record? Please put your answei' in the paper. flesley woman is soloist in The Messiah Wesley—Mrs. Robert Jotige- waard was alto soloist, in the presentation of "the Messiah" in the First Christian Church in Mason City December 18 by the North Iowa Choral Society The 114-voice chorus Is under the direction of Adrian Mjift&m, assistant professor of Music^ at WaidOff College itt forest CMy, The dhortis was accompanied by Mrs. Duahe Boyken, Woden, pianist, and Mrs. Wallace Allen, Mason City, organist. Mrs. Jongewaard, wife of the local doctor, is choif difecltoir of the local Evangelical Fr;ee Church. She had voice training at Wheaton Collegia, HOME FROM CAMP ,. Tom Reiling arrived home last week from Camp Lejeine, R C., for a iMiy ChristrnMed t bob cat pin Oeti i had the leave *t,the parental tUdt ReU- ofwriiftg number,'Detv 2, the en- ings. Me will return to the »me terUifiment and Den 3,,the ctos- " ,ne bAM. -The fcwift Matt!.», Jim and Us*, Long Beach, Calif, are expected this week. Mrs, Martin is the former Shirley Reiling. Irwin has been over seas 7 months end his ship, Keaseaurgc, Was to dock Dec. 20. He has received his discharge from, the Navy. CUB SCOUT! MEET Cub Scouts held a pack meeting in the Legion hall Dec. 14. Richard Forbtirger was present- ing eerethony. They sang Christ' mas carols. They all went Christmas cai-oUng Monday a* ftteted by the Den Mothers, who gave them treats at Al's Lounge. GOING TO ALASKA Mike Olson arrived home Dec. 14 from Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, where he had successfully completed, a reciprocating engineer mechanical course, and was awarded a" certificate of training. January IB he will bavc lor Anchorage, Alaska, where he will be stationed two years, Without ft .leave. He is a son of MM. Emma Olson and left. My 24 for the service. Bob Olson employed at the Kay Dee Feed Co., SAoUx City, spent the weekend at his parents home, here. Me livee with his brother, the K. James Olsons, in Jefferson, S. D, HAVE HOUSEWARMING A housewarming was held Monday for the Rev. Curtis Andersons in their home. He is pastor of the . Evangelical Free Church and he and his wife-arid two children, Cindy and Jimmy, came from Little Forks, Miftn., the tetter part of August. He also has charge of the Upper Flat Church. WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were published in, St Joseph's Catholic Church Sunday for Eugehe Hild- tnan, son of the John Hildmans, and Carman Prado, Waco, Texas. ' ••'••• Banns were also published to? Frauds Richtsnteier and Stanley Brigstrom. * V' , , DEAR DESPERATE: Some do and some don't. And some that do, willnot hold it against you. Inquire of tho adoption agon- ey.or institution In which you are interested. If you don't wish to identify yourself, ask a lawyer to make the inquiry for you. 1 " •** * t \ r DEAR ABBY; I am, a l&year-old girl with a story to tell. Last night about y p.m. i was wincing home aione troia the public library. .(Jffiye'.lu blocks trom tn^re.) 'Ihe wind was blowing hard, and it was very com. besides, i had a load ot DOO»* under my arm. • , A, car pulled up alongside the .curb, and a nice looking man opened the door and askeu, "Want a ride?' He iooKeu O. i\. and 'was about my lather's age, and my leet were auout to urop off with freezing so 1 'said yes, and hopped in. He ashed me. where 1 was going and I told him and he .drove me there, but betor^ he let me out he saw, "*oung lady, I want you to promise me ; 'that you will ftKVKit again accept a ride with a stranger, no matter now 'nice' he appears to oe. j . happen to -be a decent man, lucky tor you, but you took an awfui chance. • > • - • '• * "You can't tell ANYTHING about a man by the way he looks. I had a ,14-year-oia niece who accepted a riue witn a strange man, and tuUr days later they found ner beaten, lueiess body in a swamp 'two miles from her home." I promised jthat man 1 would never get into a car with a stranger again. .Ap^l I never will. , LEARNED A LESSON. CONFIDENTIAL TO M. C. — A closed mouth gathers no ' ' :'i. > Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. £ - • . . ' ' . .,-, • •.•.•..•'" ... ; . . For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding,' send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif., 90069. -7 CHRISTMAS <\ A . GREETINGS He will find a way into your home and with him come our best wishes, PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. MERRY CHRISTMAS 1966 and HAPPY NEW YEAR 1967 To every one of you from The Teylors and our Employees — and may It be a happy and joyous one. ' r " Now that the old year ends and e new one is in sight, again we went to thank our many customers end .friends throughout the towns and country whom we have served. It has been a pleasure to have hed the opportunity to serve you. The Closing of "1966" has been a wonderful year for everyone wo know. Business' was good end especially for the farmers in our area. The best crops In our history were reported end .the price structure wes very good. Everyone we visit with is grateful for tho old year. We hope everyone who reads this greeting feels the same way. This yeer our business Ties moved along very well. Mitchi is sejnng more end more ferti. , liter end helping the yields increese. He knows he has a long way to go yet, to get the ; lv *™9* corn yields up to 150 bushels per acre, but you can bet he'll be figuring out ways y to help formers do it. ; j r ; " This year Mitch built en addition onto his fertilizer warehouse end installed enother leg. This will help us end our customers in many ways. ..f"•'.., * D ^, h ** ne-rl X «"'»hod his third year with Taylor Motor end the job is getting bigger end bigger. Seems there ere more and more people wanting Ford product* end Taylor* Motors is set up to handle more customers every dey. Wo find this area is truly "Ford Country" and Ford products have always been sold to the young at heart. W. C. and Rex are still holding down the fort at the Taylor Implement Co. Our Case business increased over 30% this year and new products ere coming every day. Our Behlen business increases every year and more new products will soon be announced. We feel the dryers we have sold at Taylor's dried over 4 million bushels of tho 1966 crop. Next year, we'll dry even more. Have you noticed how many new Kewanee Augers you have seen around farms end elevators this year? Another outstanding product sold by Taylor's. The Mathews M. C. Continuous flow dryer is an asset to our drying needs. Sales to commercial elevators end users who can adopt to the continuous flow system will be increasing every year. - • • v--.. ' ' '' '. ' • '• • • '. '.'"''."' ''"'' We want to personally thank ell our Ford, Behlen, Kewanee, New Holland, Lundoll, Koyker, Mercury, Comet, Thunderbird, Mustang, M. C. Mathews, and fertilizer customers for the faith you' have placed in us and the products we sell. We still feel we are selling "the best of everything," and our products ell pay for themselves through the use they were designed to do, and make a profit for you the owner. ''.".'.: ,. • , •''! .Merry Christmas From All Of Us ...from Dean Taylor & Employees of TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Dick Beisell Cecil Burtis Jack Pendergast Guy Giddings Nicolas Dangelser John Roeder . Bill Ringgenberg Roberta Miller Ellis Mains Richard Feaster Richard Lallier , Harold Kuchenreuther Eugene Schettschneider Vivian Hagsn Dean Taylor Ford ft Mercury Silas ft Service .• ', • • 'i- . ,.. i : Plus Ford Trucks, Comets, Mustangs ft Thunderbirds K***V*#*^^ - MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR - ^^^ ...from Mitch Taylor & Employees of ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. v.-! *»t Al Willrett Art Schroedsr Sue Leni Gary Pi John Jan Gerdner Kenneth Seely Mitch Taylor FEEDS FERTILIZER • NEW HOLLAND ft FORD TRACTORS SEEDS ALGONA, IOWA t*a»«i«>SBe^i«*ii»^^^ - MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR ... from W. C. & Rex Taylor and Employees of TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. , ."s , '*' ' :^~jf. * ^"^'V '• *• •*' •• <.?*'• Tf "f'^-'f^ r . / » >." * ^-.iLt*' H. Mike Knecht ifther Simth Milt Hinder* Jake Simonf John Goodman W, C, Tiylor Rex Tiylor • KHUN IINUMW* I MAIN TANKS • CASE

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