Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 18, 1972 · Page 9
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 9

Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, December 18, 1972
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^ESTHERVILLE DRUG PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS ESTHER VILLE DAILY NEWS, MON„ DEC. 18, 1972 Pg gC 9 loWU ill BHef Beware of women who kiss and smell By Abigail Van Buren K 1»7J by CMCMa Trlk»nt-N. Y. Ntwi Syirt., Inc.] DEAR ABBY: A woman wrote that she sold kisses at a carnival last summer to raise money for a local charity, and she couldn't forget the way one stranger had kissed her. [She said, "He wasn't much to look at, but wow, could that man kiss!"] Then she wanted to know if it was possible for a man to thrill a woman so much without feeling anything himself. You replied, "I hate to destroy your illusions, but it is possible for a kiss to be a one-way proposition." As one who has played the male lead in more movies than you would believe, I can verify your statement. I have "thrilled" many beautiful—but foul smelling movie actresses with my kisses, and have gotten nothing out of it but nauseated. Some were chronic garlic and onion eaters. Others seldom bathed, but used great quantities of perfume instead. If you print this, please withhold my name. I am up in years now, but am still remembered by many. AGING ACTOR IN MALIBU DEAR ACTOR: Your secret is safe with me. The only tiling worse than a man who kisses and tells Is a woman who kisses and smells! DEAR ABBY: I am a 30-year-old married man. I've been married for 10 years and have two children. My wife and I have very little in common other than our children. My problem is my sex life. [Or perhaps I should say the lack of it.] My wife doesn't care for it, except on special occasions. She uses it as a reward for my doing chores around the house. We have relations about once every three or four weeks. I feel cheated and frustrated, and that the best years of my life are slipping away. Don't suggest a marriage counselor. We spent two years going to one once a week. It solved nothing. I have considered divorce, but I don't want to give my children up because they are all I have that makes my life worth living. I accept the fact that I am a martyr for them now. but what else can I do? DEPRESSED UP NORTH DEAR DEPRESSED: I suggest you see a therapist. You must either learn to live with your situation without feeling like a "martyr" or extricate yourself from it. Parents who "sacrifice" their lives for their children usually wind up alone and bitter, and the children oftentimes sense the "martyrdom" and feel guilty. Problems? Trust Abby. For a personal reply, write to ABBY, BOX 6MM, L. A., CALIF. MOM and enclose • •tamped, addressed envelope. LEAGUE BOWLING 4£ CONTINENTAL LEAGUE WEDNESDAY Roger's Auto Center 35 13 Imperial Lanes 33 15 a K. Scholz Co. 28'/ 2 19'/2 Solid Five 28 20 Doug's Stereo 23 25 Fina 18i/ 2 29'/ 2 Harry's Place 15 33 Community T.V. 11 37 High Team 3 Games Solid Five 2235 Imperial Lanes 2213 H. K. Scholz Co. 2061 High Team 1 Game Solid Five 842 Imperial Lanes 747 Imperial Lanes 738 High Individual 3 Games Chuck Ostheimer 536 Jim Henderson 521 Bob Griffith 521 Del Benjamin 519 High Individual 1 Game Chuck Ostheimer 207 Del Benjamin 202 John Hanson 192 13th St. Bombers 28 24 I.S. & Co. 28 24 Four Ups 27 25 Jinxes 23 29 Pumpkin Rollers 23 29 Hillbillies 9 43 High Team 3 Games Jokers 1762 I.S.& Co. 1716 Four Ups 1642 High Team 1 Game Jokers 654 Four Ups 595 I.S. & Co. 587 High Men's 3 Games Larry Evans 535 Larry Howard 484 Lonnie Wilson 484 Frank Burdorf 450 High Men's 1 Game Larry Evans 230 Lonnie Wilson 187 Frank Burdorf 185 High Women's 3 Games Marie Evans 480 Lynda Wilson 444 Dixie Iversnn 421 High Women's 1 Game MIXED LEAGUE EARLY FRIDAY NIGHT E'ville Wash-All 42 14 Coast-to-Coast 37 19 J. D. Webb Impl. 36'/ 2 19'/ 2 Riverside Beauty 27 28'/ 2 E'ville Pet & Hobby 24 32 Laidig's South Side 23 33 All American Trans. 18 38 Imperial Cafe 16 40 High Team 3 Games Coast-to-Coast 1827 All American Trans 1826 Imperial Cafe 1778 High Team 1 Game Coast-to-Coast 652 All American Trans 646 Imperial Cafe 634 High Men's 3 Games Larry Jensen 608 Don Dammann 597 Dick Weaver 571 High Men's 1 Game Don Dammann 246 Larry Jensen 241 Dick Weaver 219 High Women's 3 Games Joy Clinton 459 Bobbi Jo Dalen 446 Grace Stigman 444 H.',jh Women's 1 Game Grace Stigman 162 Joy Clinton 161 Elaine Anderson 161 Bobbi Jo Dalen 155 ODD COUPLES MIXED LEAGUE FRIDAY Jokers 40 12 Foxy Burds 30 22 Marie Evans Lynda Wilson Dixie Iverson 192 174 164 Weekend Accidents Claim Eight Lives By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Accidents on Iowa streets and highways over the weekend claimed eight lives. John Roy Van Deest, 22, Cedar Rapids, was killed instantly when the car he was driving collided with a semi-trailer truck on U.S. 218 one mile north of North Liberty. A two-car accident Sunday on U.S. 20 west of Jesup killed Donald Graham, 40, of rural Waterloo and James Hawkins, 27, also of Waterloo. Hawkins died in a Waterloo hospital about five hours after the accident. Authorities said Graham's car collided nearly headon with a car driven by Hawkins. Graham's wife, Shirley, 38, was in critical condition at a Waterloo hospital. Bertha Herring, 38, of Davenport was killed Sunday in a car—train accident in southwest Davenport. Another occupant of the car in which the woman rode, Virgil Sprague, 17, of Davenport, died Sunday night in a Davenport hospital. Authorities said their car collided with a train on Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad tracks. A 49-year-old Fort Dodge resident died Saturday on U.S. 59 south of Denison. Authorities said William Keck was killed when his semi trailer truck missed a curve and crashed. Julie J. Johnson, 63, of Dike was killed Friday night when her car collided with another car on Iowa 57 east of Dike. Authorities said her car slid into the oncoming lane and collided with an auto driven by William F. Shrum, 41, of New Hampton. Investigators said the woman had applied her brakes to avoid hitting the rear of a car in her lane and went out of control. Steven Ostermann, 15, of rural Buffalo Center, died in a Mason City hospital Friday night of injuries he received Thursday when < .the car in which he rode collided with a bus near Buffalo Center. The driver of the car—his sister, Deborah—and their brother, Scott, both 16, were injured. More Corn Per Stalk AMES, Iowa (AP)- An Iowa State University extension agronomist predicts that corn varieties of the future win able to produce more than one ear. Garren Benson also said Friday at a meeting in Creston that future corn may also have different leaf types, smaller tassels and may germinate and grow when planted in the early spring. Shoots Self KEOKUK, Iowa (AP)-Roy Baker, 59, accidentally shot and killed himself with a shotgun Sunday, police said. Authorities said the accident apparently happened when Baker was removing a shotgun from the top of a closet. Ending Era COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—The Grape Growers Association here has announced it is putting its equipment up for sale—ending a grape producing era here that began in the 1800s. Spokesmen for the association said lack of replacements for growers nearing retirement, encroachment of residential areas on vinyards and use of weed control chemicals near growing areas brought a decline in production. From a peak of 2'/ 2 million pounds of grapes a few years ago, Council Bluffs area yields have shrunk to 60,000 pounds last year, officials said. Milk Up DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)The price of milk is increasing in Iowa, according to dealers. Anderson— Erickson Dairy in Des Moines said it would boost prices one cent per gallon on Monday. Flynn Dairy Co. in Des Moines instituted a similar increase Dec. 1. A spokesman for Wells' Blue Bunny Dairy in Sioux City said the increases were fairly general across the state. Officials linked the boost tc the rising costs of raw milk. Fire Checks DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)State Fire Marshal Wilbur Johnson says local fire inspectors have begun checking day care centers and a few centers might have to close because of the state's new stricter safety regulations. Johnson said centers located in basements might be especially hard hit because of a requirement to have two exits and because furnaces and hot water heaters are usually located in basements. Youngest DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Among the Iowa electors who were to vote in Gov. Robert Ray's office Monday was Mark Wampler, 20, a senior at Drake University. The student, who was to vote for President, was the youngest electoral college member in Iowa history. Wampler, of Allerton, was chosen in the Nov. 8 election from Iowa's 5th District. Professional Directory «< Dr. D. E. Pfund VETERINARIAN Large and Small Animal Practice 1020 Central Avenue Phone 362-5758 Dr. Paul G. Larseni DENTIST 314 Central Ave. Phone 362-4464 Dr. S. B. Rose OPTOMETRIST GAARDE 7 South Phone BUILDING 7th Street 362-5868 Open 'Till 9 P.M. Every Night TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY SPECIALS We Give and Redeem Estherville Thrift Stamps 33% OFF LIST PRICE ON ALL COLOR FILM PROCESSINGl COLOR SLIDES-MOVIES-COLOR PRINTS Compare Our Prices! Deluxe Silk Finish Don't Accept Less Than Our Quality. (Except Black & White, 8 x 10 Enlargements, Special Kodak Work and Special Orders) 2 DAY SERVICE 1 ? IN x «nn IN "A Rocket Brand CELLO TAPE Christmas GIFT WRAP 3-Roll Pkg. Oster Beauty Salon HAIR DRYER With Remote Control Model 266 Hamilton Beach ELECTRIC BLENDER $|499 Hamilton Beach HAND MIXER Sylvania FLASHCUBES FIASHCUB& Nestle 10c CANDY BARS Lady Sunbeam QUICK MIST HAIR CURLER Model HC200 Tom Scott MIXED NUTS 13-0z. Tin Kodak CX126-12 COLOR FILM P0INSETTIAS 3 Blooms or More Nestle's Toll House MORSELS 12-Oz. Bag

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