Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1971 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 14, 1971
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Sf. Ann Hospital Board Meets; Gets Report On Annual Tag Day Here Kossuth County Advance — 3 Monday, June 14, 1971 ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL Auxiliary board members met Monday, June 7, in the staff room of St. Ann Hospital with Jean Rooney, Auxiliary President, presiding. Mr. Brian Gilbert, the new assistant administrator of St. Ann, also attended the meeting. Board members pictured above, back row-left to right, are: Gert Allen, Nell Linnan, Millie Elbert, Mary Lippincott, Jean Rooney, Bev Buscher, Alma Marshall, Kris Peterson and Bea Easier. Front row - Shir- ley Koob, LaVonne McCabe, Adella Ulses, Collette Kockler, Lucille Zerfass and Mary Corinne Smitl|. Reports of the annual Tag Day were given, with proceeds to go towards the purchase of the "Crash Cart", a cardiac care cart which has the ability' to monitor any patient who has an acute chest pain and can provide cardiac resuscitation, should the situation demand such action. Its primary purpose is to detect signs of abnormal heart action which can be read by imi*;*::;::*^ the doctors and staff of the hospital so treatment can be directed to the cause of the problem. All monies- raised in any way will be used towards the Crash Cart and the Auxiliary hopes all area residents will show interest in this project so it can soon be purchased and used for the benefit of all area heart patients. The membership drive is now in progress, but no meetings will be held during the summer. Lone Rock : By Mrs. Wilfred Radig | Miller - Lickteig Wedding Solemnized May 3J. At Algona The marriage of Janette Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller of Burt and Gene Lickteig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lickteig, Algona was solemnized on Monday evening, May 31, at seven o'clock in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church with Monsignor L. J. Hoffman officiating at the double ring candlelight ceremony. Sister Mary Michael Marie played the guitar and accompanied the soloist, Mary Lou Boudewyns. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, was attended by her sister, Mary K. Miller of Burt, as maid of honor. Margie Schwab of Minneapolis was bridesmaid. Nancy Baumhover of Sioux City was the bride's personal attendant. Merle Lickteig served his brother as best man and Tom Miller of Ansonia, Ohio, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Mike Lickteig, Des Moines, brother of the groom and Robert Weber, uncle of the bride, seated the guests. Laurel Miller, Ansonia, Ohio and Joe Lickteig, niece and nephew of the bride and groom, were the flower girl and ring bearer. The reception for 150 guests was held at Charlie's Supper Club with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boeckholt and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eischen the hosts and hostesses. Judy Miller was in charge of the guest book and punch was served by Carol Lickteig. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Robert Weber and. Mrs. James Waldschmidt and Mrs. Richard Lickteig poured. Out of town guests were from Minneapolis, Ansonia, Ohio; Alta, Spencer, Cedar Falls, Dubuque, Sioux city, Callander, la., Armstrong and all of the surrounding V Algona towns. Following a honeymoon trip through the Black Hills of South Dakota, the bridal couple will be at home in Des Moines. Both are graduates of Garrigan High School in 1967 and following two years with the U. S. Army, one year in Vietnam, he is attending college at Ankeny. Mrs. Lickteig attended school in Sioux city and Minneapolis and graduated from Merchandising School. She is presently employed at Taylors in Des Moines. Photo by Mayers of Fort Dodge. First Band Concert Of Year Thursday The Algona Municipal Band under the direction of Russell C. Guster will hold its first Concert Thursday, June 17th at 8 p.m. in the City Parking lot. The program is as follows: Brighton Beach, March, Latham. The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Selection, willson. Vienna Dreams, waltz, Sieczynski. The Thunderer, March, Sousa. Excerpts from Der Meistersin- ger, Wagner. La Cumparsita, Familiar, Rodriguez. Selections from the Battle of Algiers, Pontecorvo. Herald of Progress, March, King. The Stage Coach Trail, Descriptive, Grundman. June Is Bustin' out All Over, Familiar, Rodgers. Amazing firace, Popular, Early Ameriqjln Tune. Storm King, March, Finlayson. Star Spangled Banner, Smith- Moffit. Children attending the Seneca Vacation Bible School and teachers Becky Jensen and Carrie Bergum and their superintendent Mrs. Odey Cherland, Lone Rock, presented a program at the Armstrong Rest Home Thursday. Following the program refreshments were served by a committee of the A.L.C.W. of the Seneca Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson attended the appreciation dinner held June 6 at the Burt Methodist Church honoring Rev. Ivan Maxson ,of Royal. A .program followed the dinner and a gift of silver candle holders was presented to Rev. and Mrs. Maxson. Rev. Maxson had served as supply pastor for the Burt Methodist Church this past year. Mrs. Dick O'Donnell was host to her 500 card club June 7. Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt won high prize, Mrs. Milton Marlow, 2nd high and Mrs. Merwin Marlow, low. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson attended the reception Sunday at the Earl Ziegler home, Algona, honoring their son Gordon's graduation from Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and family attended the Open House held June 6, honoring the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culbertson. The reception was held at the First Christian church in Laurens. Mr. Bud Brown and Mrs. Opal Brown of Tampa, Fla., were Friday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson, Lone Rock. Mr. Brown is an uncle of Becky Brandow and the guests are visiting relatives and friends in this area. Carnival Prize Winners At West Bend WEST BEND (Special) - Winning prizes at the St. Peter and Paul Carnival here June 6 were; 1/2 hogs - G. E. Blair, West Bend; Mrs. Fran O'Brien, Whittemore; Helen Kay Mertz, Ottosen; J. Wayne Hall, Emmetsburg; Dale Schroeder, Lone Rock; Leo Montag, West Bend; clock radio - Alice Denan, Emmetsburg; bicycle - Gerald Hoffman, Ottosen; child's riding tractor Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser, Whittemore; $25 cash prizes - Loretta Fandel, Whittemore, and Lawrence Hutzell, Algona. Mrs. Annie Reding, Algona and granddaughter Lori Reding, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. Orville Wagner and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner drove to Sioux Falls, S. D., Monday where Lori Reding went by plane to her home in Phoenix, Ariz. Lori is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding. WANT TO SELL OR RENT YOUR PROPERTY? THINK CLASSIFIED, Final AHS Honor Roll A total of 123 Algona High School students ranked on the final second semester Honor Roll released this week. Of the number, 13 had straight "A" averages. They were Jon Sjogren, Marjorie Dailey, Mrs. Helen Godden; juniors Jeri Nielsen, Christal paetz and Anne Schutter; sophomores Jeanne Dau, Holly Haas, Lori Herbst and Marlene Morz; and freshmen Shannon Lynch and Rowena Wildin. The Honor Roll is as follows: SENIORS - J.B. Harris, Bob Knudsen, Dan Menneke, Mike Owen, Paul Schiltz, Steve Schutter, *jon Sjogren and Jim Stock. Vicki Anderson, Sherry Bulten, Lori Calhoun, Christy Carson, *Marjorie Dailey, Susan Divis, Lynn Erickson, *Mrs. Helen Godden, Gail Kirkland, Linda Marshall, Suzanne McGinnis, Zelda Meehlhause, Judy Riedel, Debbie Schultz, pat Werts, Linda Whitcher and Maria Wittkopf. JUNIORS - Ricci Frambach, Mike Huff, Ed Kiilsholm, Arvin Kinseth, Bob Ressler, Tom Skog- strom, Randy Smith and Gilbert Wildin. Maureen Angle, Michele Bauer, Debi Bulten, Jamie Christie, Rita Doocy, Sandy Faulstich, Sherri Gilmore, Susan Groen, Sally Haase, Frances Hanson, Barb Harris, Bonnie Helmers, Sue Johnson, Carmen Kautsch, Sheryl Knecht, Nancy Kolp, Patrice Lierley, Ellen Metzger.Jeri Nielsen*, Christal Paetz*, Lisa Peter, Vicki Ricklefs, Anne Schutter*, Kristi sheakley, Anne Stuart, Jacque Taylor, Sandy Weaver and Bonnie Willrett. SOPHOMORES - Mick Anderson, Roger Atherton, Richard Boone, *Gene Chrischilles, Patrick Henely, David Jennings, Steve Jones, J.C. Kain, David Miller, Jim Neitzel, Jim Riedel, Roger Samp and Gary Walker. Janice Charles, *Jeanne Dau, Jackie Doocy, Cindy Frambach, *Holly Haas, Diane Harris, *Lori Herbst, Nita Jorgenson, Vickie Kleingartner, *Marlene Morz, Dawn Peterson, Joan Pfeffer, Denise Poppen, Mary Scobba arid Paula Werts. FRESHMEN - Larry Doughan, Jim Ewoldt, Dana Kain, Jim Kirkland, Mike Koob, Mike Lierley, *Shannon Lynch, Paul Martin, Dennis Peterson, Bill Smith, Mark Taylor and Brian Will. Liz Anderson, Debbie Benson, Cindy Brandow, Sue Buchanan, Dana Clapsaddle, Peggy Dutton, Diane Hackbarth, Debbie Hanson, Laura Laing, Linda Lallier, Debra Lappe, Micki Marshall, Marnie Miller, Sue Owens, Kathy Payne, Kristi Rochleau, Rhonda Sabin, Sally Schattschneider, Debra Schmidt, Shelley Smith, Nancy Welton and *Rowena Wildin. (* indicates straight "A") Ft. Dodge C.C. To Give Auto Mechanics Tests FT. DODGE - The Community College of Fort Dodge in Fort Dodge will be the test center for a new auto mechanics and body/ fender repairman certification program. The school will provide facilities for the National Automotive Technicians Certification Board, a non-profit organization. The cooperating agencies are the Automotive Service Industry Association, Independent Garage Owners of America and the National congress of Petroleum Retailers. The first certification tests will be given Wednesday August 18, at the Community College. The fee for testing is $10. Applications for testing must be submitted f>y July 15. Persons successfully completing the tests, will be certified for a three-year period. They will receive shoulder patches indicating the specific area of their certification. There are 16 test certifications, including engine overhaul, carburetion, cooling systems and general truck repair. A minimum of two years oi experience in the field is required of persons taking the tests. Additional information and applications on the program can be obtained from Rex Raine at the Community College of Fort Dodge in Fort Dodge. Materials are also available at most automotive parts wholesale companies. ;; ** :;i * : *8^^ Therese Mullin - John Fitch Are Married At Whittemore Therese Ann Mullin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Mullin of Whittemore, and John N. Fitch of Minneapolis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Fitch, were married May 22nd in St. Michael's Catholic Church at Whittemore. Father Francis Staber officiated at the double ring ceremony at twelve noon. Mr. Mullin escorted his daughter $p the altar "where she was ^attended by' 1 tier sister, Mrs. Donna Holland of Whittemore as matron of honor. Maureen Mullin, Whittemore, was bridesmaid for her sister. Thomas Fitch of Spring Valley, N. Y., was best man and the groomsman was Arthur Katzman of Annandale, Minn. The guests were ushered to their seats by Dan and Gordon Elbert of Whittemore and the Acolytes were Ronnie and Merle Elbert of Whittemore. Mick and David Elbert were the vocalists. The reception was held at the Whittemore Golf Club with Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Elbert the host and hostess. Ellen and Eileen Elbert were in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Pat Murphy and Mrs. Mary Rockwood cut and served the wedding cake while Mrs. Leonard Elbert and Mrs. Gerald Elbert presided at the coffee services. Waitresses were Kathy Murphy, Nancy Fickbohm, Ellen, Eileen and Jane Elbert. Rose Murphy, Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld, Sandy and patty Elbert were in charge of opening and registering the wedding gifts. The bride and groom went on a trip to Canada and will then be at home in Minneapolis. Mrs. Fitch is a graduate of the College of St. Teresa at Winona, Minn., where she received a Bachelor of Science degree. She is presently a restaurant manager in Minneapolis. Her husband graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota and received his Masters from the University of Illinois. He is employed in Minneapolis by Honeywell. Former Burt Girl Is Bride BURT - Linda Mary Kahler of Minneapolis and Duane Lee Kolstad of Chaska, Minn., were married May 22 at The Church . of, the Incarnation in Minneapolis with the Rev. Fred Mertz officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kahler of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kolstad of Chaska are parents of the bridegroom. Mrs. Jerome Burmeister of Fort Dodge, sister of the bride, was matron of honor arid bridesmaid was Shari Kolstad, sister of the bridegroom. Les Kolstad attended his brother as best man and Robert Kahler, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Keith Kolstad and Joe Kahler ushered. Following the ceremony adin- ner-reception was held atSveden House in Bloomington. The newlyweds took a trip to Duluth and northern Minnesota, They are now at home in Burus- ville, Minn, she is employed at Metropolitan Medical Center and he at Toro Mfg. Corporation, boUi in Minueajjolis. 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