Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1967 · Page 10
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I see by the ; Advance... • —NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — 30th anniversary 10—Alp*** [!*»*) Adhrtflt* MONDAY, MPT, II, Bob and Bill Farnham, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Farnham left this past week for the State Univetsity at Ames. Bill will be a sophomore and Bob will enroll as a freshman this year. Spending the Labor day weekend with their parents were Becky and Susan Hemmingsen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. Becky is attending Esthervll- le Junior College at Estherville and is a freshman student and Susan is entering her senior year at St. Barnabus College of Nursing in Minnea.po.lis. Susan left on Sunday. Paul Seeley and Don Prieskorn attended the Minnesota Twins ball game at Met Stadium in Minneapolis on Tuesday night of last week. Mr. and Mn. Tom Cogdall •had as houseguests over the Labor day holiday, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dvorak and family of Milwaukee, Wis. Friday, Sept. 1, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MacDonald and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan attended the American Legion barbecue which was held in Ledyard thait evening. Leaving Saturday for the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls will be Judy Parrott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott wiho will enroll as a junior student. Also attending the University df Northern Iowa a't Cedar 'Falls and having left on Sunday was Marilyn Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris. Marilyn will be a junior also. Bruce McCu Hough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCullough returned to Friends World Institute in New York City after a visit at the home of his .parents. Mrt. John Hood entertained the members of her bridge chub on Tuesday evening, Sept. 5 in her home. Prizes for bridge were awarded to Mrs. Dean Kloob and Mrs. W. B. MacDonald. Mr. and Mrs. William Me- Kim with their daughter and son in law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Leary of Cedar Rapids spent from Friday until Monday, August 25-27 visiting at the 'homes of two other daughters who live in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They were Mr. and Mrs. David Carroll and family, the former Mary McKim, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thorington and family, the former Evelyn McKim, Mr. and Mrs. O'Leary have just recently moved from thelir home in Cedar Rapids to Utica, New York, where Mr. O'Laary will be associated with General Electric. Mrs. O'Leary is the former Graca McKim. wore Mrs. Burt Harmes, Mrs. John Kolilhaas and Mrs. Julius Kunz. Hostess for the luncheon and bridge was Mrs. Lloyd Robinson. On Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 6. Mrs. Virgil Smith was hostess and the winners were Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. and Mrs. Ed Adams. Hostess for the ladies luncheon and cards on Sept. 13 will be Mrs. Burt Harmes. Bill Lee, son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lee of Fort Dodge and the nephew and grandson of Mrs. Howard Stlllman and Mrs. Mabel Lee of Algona may receive a life saving award in connection with an Aug. 28 rescue on West Lake Okoboji this summer. Mr. Lee is a sophomore in medicine at Creighton in Omaha. A complete account of the rescue appeared in the Sept. 5 issue of the Fort Dodge Messlnger. Visitors in Algona over the Labor Day holiday were Mr. and 'Mrs. Don Gant and family of Madison, Wis. The Gants are former residents of Algona and were over night guests Sundby of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferris. While m Algona they vistied wtth many friends before returning to Madison on Monday. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Cotton were visited recently by Mrs. Cotton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Orlikowski of Parma, Ohio. They were guests for a week leaving Thursday, Aug. 31. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsad- die of Cape Coral, Fla, are visiting the families of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle and Mr. and Mrs. Don Clapsaddle since their arrival on Tuesday, Aug. 29. Over the Labor Day holiday, Mr. and Mrs. Lane Clapsaddle of Slhabbone, IH. and Dr. and Mrs. Guy Olap- saddle of Burt visited the Clapsaddles. They are cousins of Mr. H. D. Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Koob were guests last week of Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob. Mr. Gene Koob is a Senior Medical Student at the University of Iowa and as a requirement of Senior Students, he will ba doing general practice pre- ceptership with Dr. Koob for a month in Algona. Also visiting at the Koob home over the Labor Day holiday was Dr. Koob's mother, Mrs. Ever lyn Koob of DCS Moines. Mrs. Donald Mclntyre of Minneapolis, the former Shelia Sullivan spent from Thursday, Aug. 31 until tine following day at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. MR. AND MRS. Louis Berninghaui, Armstrong, will observe their 30th wedding anniversary Thursday, Sept. 14. No open house is being held but their children will be there. They are Mrs. Donald Hansen (Viola), Jim and John, all of Algona, and Karen, at home. Mr. and Mrs. Armin Schultx spent Sunday, Aug. 27 visiting at the home of Mrs, Schultz's •mother, Mrs. Blanche Master- ban in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Masterhain celebrated her 84th birthday on Sunday, Sept. 3. Mrs. Jack Bedell of Spirit Lake was a guest of Mrs. Dean Parrott on Tuesday morning in the Parrott home. Leaving for Christian Collego in Columbia, Mo. on Sept. 12 will be Ann Bohannon, .daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon. Ann will bo a Sophomore at Christian College. Dave Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin along with a college friend Dan Gaible of Waterloo flew to Charleston., W. Va., where they have been house guests •of another friend, Dave Bock at the home of Dave's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Bock. They, were guests two weeks having left for Algona on' Tuesday, Sept. 5. Dave Martin will be a Sophomore at the Iowa State University at Ames, having enrolled on Sept. 7. Bob, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. <Martin entered the University of Northern 1 Iowa at Cedar Falls where he is a Junior. George Harris left on a fishing trip to Canada on Saturday, Sept. 2 and joining him for the week are Jack Sdhulz of Irvingtom, brother of 'Mrs. Harris, and Harold PresUhus of Bancroft. The men returned to Algona on' Saturday, Sept. 9. On Sunday, Mrs. Harris had as dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Bebb and sons Mark and Dennis of Cedar Falls. Jeanie Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens left on Saturday where she will be a junior at 'the State University of Iowa at Ames, Danny Owens left on Thursday, Sept. 7 to enroll as a freshman at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmoro and their daughter Sheri with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore attended the Minnesota Twins- Detroit baseball game on Saturday, Sept. 2 in Minneapolis. Spending the Labor day holiday with his parents was Bill 'Milder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder, who is a sophomore at St. Benedict's College in Atchison, Kansas. Biill was also home for the wedding of Bill Hall on Saturday, Sept. 2 in which he was a groomsman in the wedding ceremony. On Sunday Bill returned to Atchison. Marcia Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller was 'home over the Labor Day holiday and returned to Des Monies on Wednesday. Mama is a beautician there. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bu^ts •and family visited at the home of Mrs. Frank Butts from Sunday until Monday of last week. Attending the wedding Saturday, Sept. 2 of Jean Simmons, . daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. Chuck Simmons of Manchester, to Tom Shelley were Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson, grandparents of Miss Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Harmes. New teachers for Garrigan start year Garrigan high school students returned to classes August 28 and 29, with 18 return-: ing faculty and 11 new members. Returning faculty are Supt. Rev. Cecil H. Friedmanh, teaching American History; Rev. Gerald Zeman, teaching Religion IV and counseling; Rev. Verne Stapenhorst, teatali- inig Religion .1 and H and acting as Activities Director; Mr.- Steve McCall, teaching biology, physical education, coaching sports, including varsity 'basketball and acting as Dean of Boys; Sdstei; Mary Maun', OSF, the Dean of Girls, teaching journalism, English H and READ'S FURNITURE Call 5-22)6, Algona Winners in the afternoon 'bridge at the Algona Country Club on Wednesday, Aug. 30 Ends Wednesday Sept. 13th They're going a wwoismv COMING THURSDAY GIGANTIC WATCH SALE! 50% OFF! ALL WYLER WATCHES We are going out of the watch business. Our entire stock of watches priced from $19.M to $350.00 «t FULL SQ% DISCOUNT. Buy now for graduation, Christmas, anniversaries, etc. (task Drag I Jewelry Algona „ 1; and Sister Mary Lucile, PBVM, registrar and counselor, teaching bookkecp- ing tod business math. Other Garrigan teacher* returning are Sister Mary Imelda, PBVM, teaching chemistry, physic* and earth science; Sister 'Mary Deborah, ipBVM, will have the typing, personal typing, shorthand, and secretarial practice cour- 1 ses; Sister Mary Ignatius, PBVM, teaching English IV, debate, and aesthetics; Mr. Bernard Cooper, athletic director, teaching consumer economics, American History and coaching sports including varsity football; Mrs. Keith Logue, teaching remedial English; and Mr. Norbert Rezac, band instructor. • Sister Mary Iva, OSF, will be teaching Art 1, II, and III, IV and aesthetics; Sister Lawrence Marie, PBVM, will be the clothing, foods and homemaking instructor; Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, will have all the choruses and teach aesthetics; Sister Mary Lou, OHM, will be teaching English I and II; Sister Lucille, OSF, will be teaching Latin I and II, French I and Government Economics. Coming to G. H. S. for the '67-68 year as new teachers ire Mr. ferry ; Bruce, shop teicheti Mr. Richard W«£fi, phystaal education teacher and instructor of the grade *nd freshman sports; Sister M*ry Kafol, OSF, EnglWh til, Religion f and aejthettcs in. structor; Sister' Mjafgltfet, OSF, English IV, AmJricaii History and Government Economics teacher} Sister Mary DePaul, PBVM, geometry, math analysis and genet' al math teacher. The remaining new faculty are Sister James Mary, PBVM, teaching Spanish t and 11 and Religion 1; Frank Mousel, teaching biology and advanced biology; Rev. James Smith, Assistant Dean of Boys, teaching Religion ffl; Sister Mary Jane, OSF, teaching Algebra I and advanced alegbra; Mr. Richard Balcik, instructing English n and English HI and aesthetics; and Sister Mary Virginia, PBVM, will be the full time librarian. Mrs. William Smith, of Lett* nox. Numbering in all Were fyfty4hm> persons. RUTH CIRCLE MEETS The Ruth circle of ttw United Presbyterian Women meets Tuesday, September 12 it 8 pMii. Hostesses. ire Mrs, Galen DeValoia and Mrs, W. Taylor, Program by Mrs. R. Kodymtti. Devotion* by Mrs. R, Shipier. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr, and Mrs. Lotus Berninghaus were married thirty years ago on September 14. September 17 they are being given a family dinner in observance of the anniversary. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Berning* haus will be in attendance. HOSTS CARD CLUB Mrs. Anton Didriksen hostess to her ctf d dub wtikti meet* Friday even4ftf* Md to preceded by I t«tl*fc *#* **' 'ENTERTAINS CARD CL01 Mrs. Caroline Kunket entertained her card dub Wed' ne*Uy afternoon. . FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Mwhl- tuKise, Linda and Zelbft it' tended a Nagel fatndly reunion Labor Day at Peterson. HOSTS CARD CLUi Mrs. Howard Stephenswi was hostess to her card dub Wednesday. THE ADVANCt SENDS YOUR WANT AD TO 5,000 KOSSUTH HOMES was HOLDS FAMILY REUNION A family reunion was held 'last week Saturday and Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bowman's. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuchynka on Sunday and the former PILLOW CLEANING SERVICE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 ELK DRY CLEANERS 9 TO S P.M. All pillows individually renovated and back en your beds Mm* day. Pillows cleaned, fluffed, doodoriied, and new ticking. All for $2.10 par pillow. •My-tO-UM HOST Electric Brush Our Lowest Price Ever! Golden Sleep Deluxe Never before at this low price! An extra firm and deep-quilted Sealy with a decorator print cover and exclusive flanging that keeps the top smooth and firm. Your one chance to buy at $44.95; come in today and save! full or twin, •ach pi«ctj FOR EVEN MORE LUXURY TRY THE NEW GOLDEN SLEEP SUPREME Sealy Posturepedic' Mch pitc* full or twin Features Sealy's finest cushioned deep quilting plus an elegant cameo-satin Hocked cover. A great luxury buy at this sale price. 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