Washington Evening Journal in Washington, Iowa
20 May 1963

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20 May 1963

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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Washington, Iowa Dear Abby. She s turning in her Pup tent by Abigail Van Buren dear Abby we pc Bee n married 16 years. For the past 15 years we have had a camping vacation every summer. I be camped while pregnant and with children of All Ages. We have four children now. The youngest is 2 and the oldest is 15. Our children would like to go to Disneyland i Don t care where we go As Long As 1 done to have to sleep in a tent and go without a real hath Lor two weeks v hat can i do a my husband claims this is the Only Way we can afford to go. He s now planning to by another tent which will Cost $110. Plus other camping equipment we already have enough to outfit the boy scouts of America lie earns Over $12,000 a year. Served my camping time dear Sekyi d Compromise. Camp near a Nice modern Motel and yol Check in while your Hus-1 und enjoys the wide open spaces. Are you sure that before you married him you no or told him you do live in a tent a dear Abby i had the girls Over for Bridge last evening. Two of them left together and the third one stayed a Little longer. My he i and was sitting in the Den read ing the newspaper when it came time for her to go she said she v anted to Call a taxi mgt husband said he would drive her Home. She said absolute not. She want a i to take a taxi i got to flunking. Why would t she h t my husband drive her Home should i worry0 suspicious i it a Susok docs yes a hut not about your husband. Hat it hugging you Judith Ann Wenger astronaut a James h Lindquist married in Ames Agency Likely a the c continued from Page 1 said it seemed a quite in statement by Dren will do eventually. As their parents do dear Abby the proper clothing for 100 head of Eagle is not Bermuda shorts but Moos. A up inner a hate to write letters Send one Dollar to Abby Box 3365, Beverly Hills. Caijf., for Abby a new Booklet a How to write letters for All occasions. A a cub scout picnic a ack meet tomorrow evening in Park Washington a cub scout pack 24 will have a family picnic and Linal pack meet tomorrow evening in Sunset beginning at 6 30. Each family will bring meat for their family two dishes to drinks and table service. Pass dear Abby mgt sister 1 Over 16 years old she received a letter from a be he corresponds with. My Mother teamed open the ent Lope read the letter and re she sealed it Lor doing if. Find what sin and i know charge Over until Thev arc my Mother secret the other daughter 1 1 or 1 a la Allter not parents can preach truthful or is honest and integrity from until doomsday hut then evil proud of Hor Elf although she did t a looking for. Sis that have flu in children s mail 21. Hut do v of think should have read it local women elected to vow auxiliary District offices members of the vow and is auxiliary attended the first District vow joint meeting in Keo Kuk sunday. Washington a Junior unit Leader mrs. Francis Reed. Was awarded a gift and the unit was awarded $2 As one of the two outstanding units in the first District for youth work election of officer was hold with mrs. Alice Moore of to Axton elected president of the District \ i auxiliary for the coming year. Washington women elected to District offices include mrs Widener District treasurer Delbert Earll conduct Ress men i Steele historian or old Haisley americanism Man and mrs. Francis Reed licit chairman. Those attending from washing ton were or and or i Ella Ert Earll. Or and mrs. Glenn wid Mer or. And mrs. Meryl Steele or and mrs i Dwight Hayes or. And mrs Harold Harslev. Helen Hesse i Tine mrs. Carl Kelley mrs. Robert or. Merle Alii a and Walter Carr in i s. Mrs. Har chair pub area television program listings monday. Whbr-4 May 20 through wednesday May 22 Mil me Alou l k in ii xxx Ltd a til Himi it Quot til woc�?6�?. Oit tin m-7 an a ill ii k 11 v .1 1 Quot 10 11 20 vex s Hunt Hazel Bridges Skelton a Tai k Benny a i it my re new. A. Alter wre to i nit late show be Wyman Queen for a Day who do you Trust bandstand Sheri f Steve miss Judith Ann Wenger daughter of or. And mrs. F. J Wenger of Ainsworth and James if Lindquist. Son of or and mrs. Norman Lindquist of Ames were married saturday May 4 at 3 00 . In a double ring ceremony at the col Olgiate methodist Church in Ames. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of silk organza with Satin applique and Chapel train and a Crown of Flowers and pearls with a silk illusion veil. The maid of Honor was miss Carol Boge of Seneca. 111., and the bridesmaids were the misses Donna Selindh of Des Moines and Ann Frieson of Hastings Nebr. They wore Aqua Chiffon dresses and carried Aqua baskets of unite daisies. Bob Champion of Des Moines was the Best Man. Jon Whattoff of Moines and Dean Hunziker of Kansas City mo., were the groomsmen. The Flower girl was Becky Cunningham a Niece of the Groom. Rav Huff a Cousin of the Bride was tin ring bearer. Ushers were Dale sterner Friend of the bridegroom. And Joe Wenger and Jim Wenger Brothers of the Bride. Reception a reception was held in the Pine room of the Church after the ceremony. The misses Carolyn Marshall and Beverley Drahosz poured and the cake was Cut by mrs. Harry Wenger aunt of the Bride and mrs. Albert Cunningham is ter of the bridegroom. Hostesses were misses Helen Maekey Mary Freese and Carol Werner. Mrs. Dale sterner attended the guest Book and misses Louella Bitting and Karen Davis looked after the gifts. Or Lindquist attended Iowa state i a diversity and is currently working As a dental assistant in Minneapolis. Hen husband who also attended Iowa state University. I enrolled in accounting at Minneapolis business College. The couple i at Home at 1807 2nd ave South. Minneapolis 4. Minne Sot a Washington fourth in conference Golf Washington High schools Golf team finished fourth in the Southeast six conference Golf meet with a 331 total. Centerville was first with 323. Fairfield second. Bloomfield third and it pleasant sixth. Mike Brake with an 80 was Low for the Demon. Major leagues a United press International american league or. Robert c. Seamans associate director of Nasa apparently meant the next . Manned space flight will not come until october 1964. At the earliest. Seamans said a definite decision on whether there would be another Mercury Llight a must be made within the next week or he described the Cooper flight As a apparently. Most suede of full and that a it seems quite unlikely there will be another Mer curve if there Are not More Mercury flights next comes project gemini a program to put up two Man teams of astronauts into orbit for periods of up to two weeks. A Long Way to to the first manned gemini flight is due sometime during the last three months of 1964. A although we still have a Long want to go in the exploration of space a a Seamans said a i doubt that we can find an astronaut who can improve on the performance of Gordon Cooper was asked what be thought the flight proved about Many a role in space. �?o1 think we proved Man is a pretty Good backup system to All these automatic he replied. To other questions. Cooper said a the horizon was always Clear both Day and night from his capsule. A a flashing satellites a which he dropped from behind his capsule As a Aid Check a would be a Good Dev Ide to help on the nigh Side for a rendezvous in space Between two orbiting capsules. 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Accompanists a Linda r u t h Miller and Karen Jean Vosika band awards recipients must have a a a Quot aver age must have been member of Small ensemble or soloist citizen ship and character. Seventh a Raberta Lynn Bai Terson Jean Ann Bode Rands Joe Hillman Eldon Williams . B my Ira Kas Messer Kas Lynne term Speed. Eighth James Ballard s i an Berdo j a m i o bump. Douglas it amp Boll Carma Chorpening Bov Miller. Richard Sojka. Chris Wilson. Eighth James Ballard Stephen Bealer Brian Britain Lyle Brock. Douglas English. Stephen Hardy. Lynn Harvey David Hutchcroft John Klee a. Donald Mcavoy. Duane Miller. David Myers Allen Pohren Jerald Westermark. Track seventh Neil Britain. Gregors Goode. Craig Johnson lain Lampkin. Johnnie Miller Randy ro.--. Larry St ice Michael West Chris Ilson. Eighth Stephen Bealer. Brian Britain Lyle Brock Carl Hass David Hutchcroft John knee a. Allen Polimen. David Myers. Cheerleader a aids Barbara Bennett. Susan Berdo. Marilyn Boock Jamie bump. Star evening journal Washington. Iowa monday May 20. 1063 3 Merly Davison Douglas Marsha Foster Stephen Hardy. Ltd Arl Hays. Susan Knupp. William Lance Sally Mccleery. Phillip me Connell Martha Schoonover. Sal is Stewart Karen Osika Eduard Wulf. Athletic vow aids seventh Gregors Goodell Rich Aid Sojka. Michael West. Eighth Richard Anderson Jim Ballard Stephen Bealer. B r a d Booth. Brian Britain. Kent Dali mover Douglas English. Lynn Harvey Douglas Hayes Carl Hays David Hutchcroft Stephen Johnson John Alecse .1 e e Finch or. Donald Dean Mcavoy Phillip Mcconnell. Duane Miller. Dale Minier Joe Moore. D a v i d Myers Michael Nichloson. Mark Owens Samuel Shepherd James . David tired Al. Larry warn or. Jerald Westermark. T Arl Wulf. And Craig Warner manager basketball seventh Jack clays Gregory Goodell. Craig Johnson. Johnnie Good buy of Carson Kathleen Norton. Publications awards seventh a Terry Allison Suzanne Boshart. Loretta Coleman. Penney Lomg. Sylvia longer Ste a Hon Lowry Dianne Marek. Ron me Nash. Pamela Broil fit Beth Stevenson Barbara Temple. Cynthia Yohe. Eighth a Jami bump Carina Chorpening. Beverls Davisson de Borah Doggett. Marsha Foster june Jensen. Jane Kleese Susan Knupp Margaret Larsen Dennis Marek Sally Mccleery Connie Messer Linda Miller foe moire. Alice Owen Angela Tinnes Karen Vosika Janet Wulf change schedule of services for week at Christian Tabernacle lamp Tivi ties the week. Follows people s a will to tuesday no thurs due to commencement there will be a change i i Day meeting schedule a there will be no y Oun meeting on monday the no prayer service on morning. There will be Day evening Bible study and children s Church however there will be one service on wednesday eve neg at 7 30 for both the Roult Bible study and the children a Church. 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