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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1971, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Florists Bud s Flower shop ladies apparel Seifertt lumber amp building suppliers United building centers Ideal Concrete co. Insurance Wilson insurance Agency e. A. Hayes insurance Agency Point and wallpaper Bragg s Davis paint store Public service it. Pleasant news s. E. Iowa cooperative electric Assn. Iowa Southern utilities Iowa Telephone co. Restaurants Iris restaurant a i m service stations Supply Coop inc shoe stores Brown s shoe fit co summer enjoyment this message is sponsored by these of. Pleasant firms and individuals automotive service Shafer motors building contractor h. Eugene Smith clothing stores a a Mea Roederer s men s amp boys clothing financial insurance plan savings and loan Assn. Plumbing and heating e. E. Taft and sons plumbing and heating food stores by Vee food store Bud s super Valu receive scout awards Thomas Padley and mrs. Virgil Riley appear with their Silver Beaver and Silver Fawn awards received at Camp Eastman wednesday evening during a dinner Given to recognize adults who have contributed to the scouting program. Both have worked with boy scouts for Many years. Women s fashions leave most ? of them in Quot a state of Shock Quot by Gay Pauley up women a editor i new York up re a the clothes the fashion Industry has been of-1 Fering the american women has left Many of them in a a state of the description comes from Jerry Silverman a prime mover on the . Fashion scene. A women Haven to liked the look of clothes for a Long time a said Sil Vennan president of i the manufacturing firm that carries j his name. A it is our Challenge to make them believe in us in Short Start buying instead of sitting on their charge accounts. Silverman was one of a five member panel that participated wednesday in a discussion of the question. A a does the american fashion Indus try meet the demands of american women a a the question never quite got answered but the heated Back and Forth among the five at one Point caused be amps Yetson. The Moderator and the new York City commissioner for consumer affairs. To comment a a we have a boxing ring up in the the occasion was a breakfast at the Hilton hotel where All this week fashion reporters some 20o Strong have been checking the style for fall and a Winter. Tile sponsor was the International ladies gannet workers Union in Gnu. Sil Vennan believes that basically the american designer a knows his but somewhere along Tho line a we lost the consumer. What the consumer has seen in the stores has turned her off completely. She has been frightened. The average american woman is truly conservative. She does t understand the a Way out. And nit. Pleasant stores Are Well stocked with All the things you Willa stand need to fully enjoy yourself this summer it. Pleasant is your Complete shopping Center named Rainbow grand officer Nancy Leffler miss Nancy Leffler of Stockport Iowa was installed As grand representative to Kansas from Iowa District 15, on june 16 at the grand Assembly of the order of Rainbow for girls held at Davenport Iowa june 13-16. Nancy is the daughter of or. And mrs. Gustin Leffler of Stockport and is a member of the Keosauqua Assembly of the order of Rainbow for girls. She attends the Van Buren Community school where she is a senior. Brownie troop takes train ride brownies of troop 122 at Saunders school closed their school year troop activities with. A train ride to Burlington aboard the Burlington Northern Twenty four scouts two leaders mrs. James Green and mrs. Ron Kaska and mrs. Don Tosser enjoyed the ride aboard the dome car. Many of the Young people had their first train ride so the event provided them with an educational experience As Well As a fun time. Upon arrival at the depot in Burlington several mothers met the group with cars to provide transportation around the City for the remainder of the Days activities. The group stopped first at Kings on Roosevelt where All were provided a tour of the facilities a film and treats before their departure. A sack lunch was enjoyed together at Crapo Park. Before leaving for their return trip to it. Pleasant the girls toured the Park area and had some time for play. Mothers assisting with transportation in Burlington and on the return were mrs. Bill Tackenberg mrs. De Chaney mrs. Larry Maher mrs. David Rogers and mrs. Dennis Welch. The troop will be having a summer activity in the weeks to come and leaders will Contact the girls and parents when specific plans have been made. Nervy. I she needed a Washer dryer and if before leaving she fills her a tested she do what the Indiana did she wants Hubby trapped in sleep dear Abby is it True that if a person is in a deep sleep if you speak to him quietly and ask questions he will answer truthfully also is it True that if a person is sound asleep he could have something a a drilled into his head so that on the following Day he would carry out the suggestions that were put into his head i am not trying to do anything illegal or dangerous but there Are a few questions i would like my husband to answer and he could easily lie in his waking hours and this other method would sure my mind at ease. Dear no name you Are probably referring to questioning one who is in a a hypnotic state or trying to Plant suggestions in the subliminal or unconscious mind of one who is sleeping. These techniques require great skill and i done to recommend them for your purpose a if indeed you could successfully pull them off which is extremely doubtful. Dear Abby my problem is a girl ill Call Irene. We have Noth ing in common except that our husbands were Best buddies in the service. Irene has made it a habit to come Over uninvited around dinnertime with her two kids who Are both on the bottle. Last time she came we had eaten Early but she stayed and stayed saying every few minutes that she really should be getting Home to fix dinner for herself and her children As her husband was eating downtown. I finally fed them about 8 . Just to get rid of them. Irene smokes constantly and always my cigarette because she does no to want her husband to know she smokes. She does no to discipline her children so i have to watch them every minute. She asks me for clothes that Are too Small for me because she knows Ive gained some weight. She Isnit poor Abby. Just my husband used to Tell vat How his Mother did things so i told him i would try to live m i Mother did if he would cooperate. Since his Mother drive a car his father made All the necessary trips to town so he would have to do that. I would spend As much time cleaning the bathroom As his Mother spent cleaning the outhouse and since she did no to have a refrigerator id never defrost ours. I also needed a few teen aged girls to help me since he had three older i Sisters none of whom could go to High school because they had to help at Home. Would you believe i never heard a word about How his Mother did i things after that Zeeland Michigan by Abigail Van Buren c 1971 by Chicago . News synd., inc social Security office hours your social Security office 201 Federal building Burlington Iowa is open from 8 30 . To 4 30 ., j monday through Friday. A special appointment May be made if you i Are unable to Call during regular i office hours. A social Security representative i will be in it. Pleasant from 9 . I toll am. On tuesday june 22 at dear Abby this is for the the Post office. Please feel free to lady whose husband did no to think Call on him for assistance. Hiest bottles with my milk. And she does no to care if she takes the last drop. My husband insists that i be Nice to her because of his Friendship with her husband but i am at the end of my rope. What should i do about Irene had it dear had it your problem Isnit Irene. Its your husband. He has no right to insist that you be a a Nice to a presumptuous nervy woman merely because her i husband is his Friend. Tell Hubby that you la be Nice to Irene when ifs a foursome but you plan to discourage her frequent drop in dinnertime visits. Then do it. Dear Abby i have two questions for you is it proper for a girl to ask a Guy what she should Wear when he asks her for a Date also do you think it is Okay for a girl to Tell her Date she thinks he looks neat or Isnit it Cool for a girl to compliment a Guy on the Way he looks i am1 15. Ellen dear Ellen ifs not Only a a proper a its sensible for a girl to find out How to dress for a Date. Ask him what the a a plans Are. A girl dress the same for a dance As she would for a movie or a hockey game. And yes its a a cools to compliment a Guy on the Way he looks. Guys have vanity too pleasant has Mary Ethel Dankwardt. Daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph Dankwardt 1825. Sunnyside Burlington became the Bride of Robert f. Aring Dale it. Pleasant. June 12 at 2 . At . Johns Catholic Church Burlington Rev. Basil Finken officiated. Mrs. Marvin Burgus sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor and Rex Williams was Best Man. Mrs. Marjorie Roberts and Karen sue Burgus were bridesmaids. Kelli to Burgus was Flower girl. Serving As groomsmen were Ardell Reighard and Leo Scott. Marvin Burgus Earl Roberts and Allan Reighard were Ushers. The Bride chose a Linen Princess style gown. Guipre lace trimmed the bodice Cap sleeves Hemline of the gown and attached Watteau train. A self fabric Bow and covered buttons trimmed the front of the gown. Her Matching veil was a Venice lace face framer trimmed with seed pearls and attached to an Elbow length silk illusion veil. She carried a Cascade bouquet of White carnations Pink daisies and baby a breath. Her attendants were identically attired in floor length Pink gowns accented with Daisy trim. I Aringdale Dank Ivarda wedding at St. Johns Catholic Church mount the ticket for reception was held at St. Johns auditorium following the ceremony. Such and Coffee were served by he grooms Sisters. Mrs. Rex Wiliams of Birmingham mrs. Arlene Frei hard of Keota and miss Doris Ringdale of it. Pleasant. Following a wedding trip to col Rado the couple will be at Home it 2405 Sunnyside Burlington after july l the Bride is a fifth Grade teacher it Perkins school. The bridegroom is employed at uj3. Gypsum Plant. Area men in v. S. Service Bill Wilson son of or. And mrs. John Wilson arrived Home monday june 14 after serving a year in Vietnam and three years in the service. Wilson will begin graduate study for his masters degree on monday june 21 at northeastern University in Boston. Mrs. Lance Wessling of Kirksville is also visiting in the parental John Wilson Home. Mrs. Wessling is the former Judy Wilson. Yes mount pleasant has Many recreational facilities for your family s
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