Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1971 · Page 2
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Woman Of The Week 1 2 — Kossulh County Advance Monday, March 8, 1971 "/ | Susan McAtee Is Engaged THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Susan McAtee and PO 3/c Barry Watkins has been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Menuey of Council Bluffs, parents of the bride-to- be. Miss McAtee is a 1967 graduate ofGarriganHigh School and a graduate of Northwest Institute of Minneapolis, Minn. She is a medical technician at the Cogley Clinic in Council Bluffs. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins of Algona and a 1966 graduate of Algona High School. He is serving with the Navy at Norwich, Conn. They have set April 12 as their wedding day. I Fiancee Of Ronald Bormann MR. AND MRS. Reuben E. Wiens of Charles City, Iowa, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy to Ronald Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann, Algona. An April wedding is planned. OTTOSEN JoEllen Meyer and Douglas Brightman of Bergenfield, N. J., both students at Concordia Teachers College of Seward, Nebr., were weekend guests of JoEllen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Balgeman and Janet of Emmetsburg. They celebrated George Balgeman's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Larry were Monday supper guests of the Dean Telfords to help Diane celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zinnel of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lee, Tawny and Sean of Ft. Dodge were Sunday guests of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius. (Miss Allen was interviewed by Carol Jeanne Sanders, News Editor at Columbia College) One thing for sure - Carolyn Allen loves horses and at Columbia College she has the opportunity to work with them. Although taking 20 hours this semester, she still finds time to take advanced horsemanship four hours a week. Miss Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Allen of Algona, is a second year student in liberal arts at Columbia College (formerly Christian College) - a small, coed, liberal arts college in Columbia, Mo. Carolyn's thing is horses and last semester Carolyn had opportunity to really "do her own thing." She had an "unusual" job - unusual in the sense that it is not the typical job for most college girls. Carolyn worked at Horse Fair Riding Stables, headquarters for the Columbia College Horsemanship program, as a "horse nurse." She had the complete responsibility for five horses assigned to her. She brushed them, cleaned their hoofs, fed and watered them in addition to giving them any special medication, exercise or care they needed. She also helped with horse shows, and had the opportunity to instruct a few children's beginning riding classes. Her job as "horse nurse" was designed as a 4-hour, 7-day a week job. However, of greater concern was carying for the horses properly, if she could do a satisfactory job in less than four hours, she was still paid for four hours. Three girls usually work as "horse nurses" at Horse Fair. They are not always Columbia College girls. Carolyn worked with two girls from the University of Missouri, one a veterinary student. A member of H. F. & Co., the Columbia College riding club. She has ridden in college horse shows and has gone with participants to shows in Kansas City and St. Louis. She went to the American Royal and the B & B shows. Cartoyn is Vot working as a horse nurse this semester because of her heavy course load - 20 hours. After getting her Associate of Arts degree in June, she would like to work with animals, although the past two summers she has spent in the ready- to-wear department of Graham's Department Store in Algona. Although Carolyn does not board her horse, Sunny, at the college, Columbia College students can bring their horses to college with them and board them at the Horse Fair. The Horse Fair, owned by Deborah Booker, is located two miles from .Columbia city limits. Horse Carolyn Allen Of Algona Has Unusual College "Jo/>" Fair facilities include an indoor arena, outdoor lighted ring, hunt course, combined training course, bridle paths, calf roping and game equipment. The tack rooms are heated. An air-conditioned lounge and coffee shop doubles as a classroom for lectures and movies. Transportation from campus to the stables is readily available. Students have the opportunity to show, ride for pleasure, rope and enjoy horses. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gingerich of West Bend were hosts at a Sunday dinner at the Peace Lutheran church parlors. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Habeger, Mr. and Mrs .Abraham Haberger Norman Struecker and Gary Gingerich of West Bend, Mr. and and Mrs. Lester Gingerich and family of Storm Lake/Diane Telford, Mrs. Allan Wehrspann .and Joye and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Anliker and sons of Ottosen. They celebrated Clyde Gingerich'sand Joye Wehrspann's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann visited her mother, Mrs. Millie Thomas of Ft. Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hinz of Lu Verne celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary Sunday. Their family honored them with a potluck dinner at the Zion Lutheran church parlors. There were 32 persons in the group, including four daughters and four sons. 1811; and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann and Roger attended from here. Pioneer 4-H Club Mokes Cage Plans ffiVINGTON - The regular meeting of the Irvington Pioneers 4-H Club was held March 1 at the home of John Robinson. The meeting was called to order by Craig Ziesman. The pledge of allegiance was led by Jim Black, the roll call "a retail cut of beef or pork" was answered by ten members. Leader Dennis Cumberland announced that the Irvington boys would play the first basketball game of the 4-H tournament against the Buffalo boys March 25 at St. Joe. Practice will be March 8. The 4-H pledge was led by Jim Black. John Robinson gave an illustrated talk on "beef retail and wholesale cuts and related values." Dennis Cumberland gave more information on the subject at the close of the meeting. Recreation was led by Craig Thill. Guests were Todd Thill and Kevin Jordan. Lunch was served by Mrs. Robinson. The next meeting will be held at the home of Craig Thill, April 5. -o- The Erby Shiplers, Irvington, were supper guests Feb. 27 at the Robbie Apple home, Irvington, and the next day the Shiplers had as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hungate, Algona. The Durwood Walkers were also visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pruis- mann and family, Blairsburg, spent the last weekend in February at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black and family. Hugh Black, Robert Black, Francis Bjustrom and Glenn Gabrielson, were business visitors in Ames March 3. Allen Divis has returned to his studies at Iowa State University, Ames, after spending the quarter break with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Divis and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and Mrs. Margaret Elbe rt drove to Eldora recently to attend funeral services for Tom Sayer. The deceased was a brother-in-law of Gilbert's sister, Mrs. Maxcine Anderson, of Algona. Julie Limbaugh, Algona, recently spent a week with Linda Loss while her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Limbaugh were vacationing on the Island of Trinidad. The Limbaughs, who new both ways, returned March 4. 58th Anniversary For Herman Voigts, Whittemore MR. AND MRS. Herman Voigt of Whittemore will observe their 58th Wedding Anniversary on March 13. There will be no Open House for the occasion, but a family dinner will be held the following day. Elvina Meyer and Herman Voigt were married in St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Whittemore on March 13, 1913 by the Rev. William Faulstick. They farmed in the Whittemore area until he retired in 1954 and they moved into town. Mr. Voigt is 81 and his wife, 79. They are in extremely good health and enjoy watching their grandchildren play basketball and baseball. Their children are Rosella Voigt and Elnora, Mrs. Milton Espe, both of Whittemore; Evelyn, Mrs. Gerald Ollom and Harold "Whitey" Voigt, both of Algona. One son, Raymond, was killed in a tractor accident in 1962. They have nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Former Algona Man Is Married In Oklahoma A January wedding united Gerald Miller and Mary Churchwell in marriage at St. Ann's church at Elgin, Okla., with Father Murray, pastor, officiating. Ted Miller served the nuptial Mass. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller, former Algona residents, now of Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Churchwell of Fletcher, Okla. Martha Churchwell was her sister's maid of honor and Gerald's sister, Beverly, was bridesmaid. Patricia Miller was flower girl. Robet Miller attended his brother as best man and Mark Churchwell, the bride's brother was groomsman. Randy Kollasch of Lawton, Okla., and David Miller, the groom's cousin and brother respectively, seated the guests. A reception followed in the church annex. Jean Miller registered about 75 guests and Gloria Miller cut and served the cake. After a short trip, the couple returned to Fletcher where the groom is employed. Gerald is a Garrigan graduate and after graduation from North Iowa Area Community College at Mason City, served 3 years in the Army^ part of which time was spent in Vietnam. Since graduation from high school, the bride has been employed at Lawton, Okla. Relatives and friends from this area attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller, David, Jean, John, Ted and Patricia of Clear Lake; Gloria and Beverly Miller of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of Chicago, m.; Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lane, Glen Kollasch and Virgll'Elbert, all of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Milo Kollasch of Algona and. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kollasch of Britt. SPRING FABRIC Join the Knit Generation 60" POLYESTER DOUBLE KMT OroaI now knils for iho easy fluid look of today. Zing.v color idoas for drosso* and sportswoar. 48" MIX iV' MITCH SINGLE K \I1\S 100% Arnel Warp Knits. Beautiful spring "tripe* for the M»ft, Mllnky look. Tiff: JK\\ LOOK 45" Stripe Denims. Young, lively denim ntripen, great for * gad about life 'like.vou TN PLAYTEX 18 HOUR High Waist Girdles . The first High Waist Girdle that's comfortable for hours... 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