Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1967 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1967
Page 13
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ftrtaehers is dated here Ko^uth County ~" THURSDAY, OCT. 5, If*?, ALOONA, IOWA vance North Central Iowa teachers Will preview the new films recently released for classroom use and hear a medical authority speak on cancer, October 10 at the Country club, Algona, Representatives from public and parochial schools in 12 counties are being invited to this one-day cancer conference for educators sponsored by the American Cancer Society, Iowa Division, Inc. The meeting was announced by Division President Dean G, O. Thompson of Westmar College, LsMars. Howard B. Latourette, M.D., professor of radiology, col- lego of Medicine, State University of Iowa will speak. New films to be previewed will include two for use with science and biology classes, a .career recruitment film providing information on the training requirements, qualifications and responsibilities of laboratory careers, and the latest film on the relationship, of smoking and lung cancer for adult and student groups. Counties participating are as follows: Calhoun, Dickinson, Emmet, Hancock, Hum- bdldt, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Webster, Winne- baigo, Worth, and Wright. Ex-Algonian married to Illinois girl Nancy Ann Brickley, Villa Park, 111., daughter of Mrs. Alexander Brickley and the late Mr. Brickley, became the. bride of James Dennis Scanlan, son of former Algonians, Dr. and Mrs. Francis Scanlan September 16 at 3 o'clock in itlhe afternoon at St. Pius Catholic church in Villa Park with reception following. Attending the wedding were Mr. and Mirs. Richard ,„_ Halpin, and family, Muscatine, . Mr. ia'nd Mrs. James Rasley and. 'family, Des Moines, Mrs. Phillip Everist, Houston, Texas. t>r. and Mrs. Scanlan had the wedding rehearsal party for out of town guests Friday night ait Stouffers Oakbrook Inn and Midwest Country club. They will live in Franklin Park, 111. He is with S.C.M. in Chicago. Ptene Delbert Denly, Osceola, is flying No. 1 Meyers OTW 145- horsepower bi-plane, vintage 1936, after completely restor- '' ing it. His plane won first place in its division of the National Air Show at Ottumwa recently. Seneea girl is married to Minnesotan Seneca — Carolyn Mae Madsen, daughter of the Melvin Madsens, rural Armstrong, and Paul Allen Westrum, son of the Gustav West rums, Albert Lea, Minn., were married September 23, at St. John's Lutheran, church, Ringsted. The Rev. Gordon Miller performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Jerry Bliss, Hutchinson, Kan., sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Mrs. Russel Weinschenk, Rochester, Minn., was the bridesmaid. Lori Westrum, Rochester, niece of the groom, was flower girl. Danny Bliss, Hutchinson, Kan., nephew of the •bride, was ringbearer. Larry .Johnson, Albert Lea, was the best man and Bob Bartz, Albert Lea, the groomsman. Jerry Bliss, brother-in-law of the bride, and Clayton Westrum, brother of the groom served as ushers. . 'Music was by Mrs. Gene Madsen, Ringsted, organist, who also -accompanied the soloist, Carmen Rovn, Ringsted. Karen Callahan, Albert Lea, Minn., was the bride's personal attendant. Coileen Collins, St. Paul, Minn., registered 175 guests it the reception in the ctiurch following the ceremony. Mrs*. Donald ChfisUansen, Esther- vilte, was the dining room hostess. Gifts Were opened by Karen Callahan, Nancy Roberts, and Linda UWensvang. Punch was served by Mrs. Walter Madsen, Albert Lea, aunt of the bride. Waitresses were Sheri Heck, Armstrong; Nancy Roberts, Albeit Lea, Gloria Larsen, Bricelyn, Minn., Linda Utlensvang, Estherville; and Elaine Bauer, Fentom; and Marlys Cole, Ringsted. Kitchen hostesses included Mrs. Lawrence UUensvang, Mrs. Richard Bauer, Mrs. Joe Madden, Mrs. Francis Sullivan and iMrs. Alvin Godfredsen. Glenn Henrickseni, Armstrong, entertained with organ music during the reception. She is a 1961 graduate of Sentral high school and Mankato Commercial College, and is employed as a secretary with Wilson Co., Albert Lea. He is a 1960 graduate 6f Albert Lea high school and is employed with Streamer's, Albert Lea. Following a one week trip to the Black Hills. They are living at Albert Lea. SHOWER IS GIVEN Vivian Sogge, bride-elect of Darold Denton, was given a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran church, Fen ton. Corsages was presented to the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Edmer Sogge of Windom, her grandmother, Mrs. Donahue, also of Windom and the groom's mother, Mrs. Mary Denton will be married October 28 at the Catholic church at Windom, Minn. Gift works many wonders GIVE THE UNITED WAY Denton and the groom's aunt, •Mrs. Agnes Haack The groom's sister, Mrs. LaVonnc Denton Doeskin, presided and .had charge of the program of guessing games; a cornet solo by Beverly Doeskin, a reading, Darlene Barber, songs, Harlan Doeskin and Diane Barber, and a reading by Harold Doeskin. Guests were registered by Beverly Doeskin and helping open her gifts were her sisters, Caroline and Irene. Mrs. Agnes Haack poured coffee. Hostesses included Mrs. Russell Barber, Mrs. Alvin Doeskin, -Mrs. William Petticord, Mrs. Emil Haack, Mrs. Charles Feye, Mrs. William Bruhn, Mrs. Martin Ohm and Mrs. Rudy Haack. Miss Sogge and DAT! ANNUAL MEETING iMrs. Clarence Mem had. the Seneca Thursday club Thursday afternoon. Members brought a plant for exchange. They voted to hold their annual meeting with election of officers at the November meeting and to entertain the husbands at a party to be held in January. Birthday members were Mrs. Iva Witham, Mrs. Alvina Jensen and Nina Kracht. Present were Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Henrietta Thompson, Mrs. Hans Jensen, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Cecil Langerman, Mrs. Otis England, Mrs. Earl Preston, Mrs. Erwln Votteler, and •Mrs. Henry Looft. The October meeting will be held at Elmer Hanish's. Members are requested to bring articles for a miscellaneous auction with part of the proceeds to 'go to the Kossuth County Retarded Children's Fund. NOTIOE TO Ml We Writ ., The Herv Krauses, Otis lEnglands, Ringsted, A. J. Klrauses.Fenton, drove to La Crosse, Wis., Friday and visited their daughter and granddaughter, Hollee Krause , a student at the university. Hollee accompanied them home for the weekend and returned Monday morning. The Calvin Vaudts attended baptismal services for their greatniecs, Tami Sue Zander, daughter of the Dixon Zanders at Walnut, last Sunday. 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