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Five Area Girls Are Graduates Of St. Teresa's DIANE BODE FIVE GRADUATES of Garrigan High School in Algona re- ceved degrees from the College of Saint Teresa at Winona, Minnesota on Sunday, June 13, at 2:30 p.m. in Lourdes Court. The Honorable Stewart Udall, visiting professor of Environmental Humanism at Yale University and former Secretary of the Interior, gave the commencement address. The area students who were graduated are: Diane Kaye Bode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bode, rural Algona, who received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Music Education; Cindy Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Reding, Algona, Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Elementary Education; the Misses Constance and Corinne Bormann, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann, rural Bode. Constance was awarded a Bachelor CINDY REDING of Science degree in Elementary Education and Corinne a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics Education. Joan Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Kohlhaas of West Bend received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in History. Bible School Ends At Irvington IRVINGTON - A week of Bible School was begun at the Irvington church June 7, and continued through the 11, culminating with a program and exhibit Sunday. Mrs. Durwood Walker was the director and teaching the Preschoolers were Peggy Sabin, Diane Miller and Laurie Chamberlain. Teachers for the kindergarten and first grade were Kathy Miller, Diane Gronbach and Judy Harms. Primary teachers were Linda Whitcher, Linda Harms and Mrs. Richard Simpson. Teaching the juniors were Mrs. Erby Shipler, Craig Mawdsley and Ron Chamberlain. Mrs. Russell Canaday is the music director and Mrs, Merle Chamberlain the pianist. There were 46pupils and teachers participating. CONSTANCE BORMANN CORCiiNE BORMANN Schnackenberg Horses Off And Running At Sioux City Know the EXTRAS you get from FARMERS MUTUAL HAIL • Immediate Coverage • Catastrophe Clause • Fall Premium Payment • Guaranteed Rate • And Many Others Ask Your Local Agent HAIL INSURANCE tS OUR BUSINESS! L S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge 295-5443 - o - Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elmore attended a family^ picnic Memorial Day at the Earl Elmores. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Verl Elmore and Kristy, Algona; the Charles Elmores, Omaha, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Elmore and Elaine and Mr. and Mrs. Don Elmore, Blue Earth, Minn. Bob Witham is coaching the Washington Senators Little Leaguers this season and is assited by his brother Dick Witham, On Tuesday evening the Senators had a practice scrimmage with the Brewers and lost 6-2. The Ralph Hausers were supper guests at the Leo Elmores June 4 in honor of Mrs. Hauser's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colwell, Dakota city, were visitors at the home of Mrs. Florence Colwell and brother Claude Fowler June 7. IRVINGTON - The John Schnakenberg horse "Scot Haas" ran at Park Jefferson, North Sioux city, in the first race of the season June 5, coming in 7th on a very muddy track after a reported four inch rain. At the races from this area were John Schnakenberg, Bob Witham, L. R. Rodrickand Mrs. Ann Kelly, the latter from Titonka. There are nine Schnakenberg horses in training at Park Jefferson, five older horses, "Scot Haas", "Doc Fristedt", "Lane K", "Irvington" and "Plum Forgot", will be participating in the races. Four others are 2- year olds, "just a joust" "B- Gina" "Wingo Wind" and "Wiggley Waggley", The latter was named by Mike and Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Witham. John Schnakenberg and John Kerber, the latter of Emmetsburg, were in Omaha, June 9. John has one horse, "Hawkeye Chief there, and Mr. Kerber also has horses at Omaha. - o - TO AIRLINE SCHOOL The Dick Witham s returned June 6 from Colorado Springs, Colo., where they attended the graduation from high school of Mrs. Witham's sister Cindy Rengstorf. Miss Rengstorf came home with them for a vacation. She. has been accepted at an Airline School in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell and daughter Clarissa Lyn of Xenia, Ohio, who had been visiting at the home of Mrs. Mitchell's parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black and family, left for their home in Xenia June 7. Roberta Black accompanied the Mitchells home where she will visit for an extended period. Mrs. Blanche Lage, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nelson, Waterloo, called at the Otis Opsal home, Algona, June 5. They were enroute to Spirit Lake for some fishing. Dwight Sabin, Des Moines.was a recent visitor at the home of his mother and aunt Mrs. Hazel Sabin and Mrs. Dorothy Schulz. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Metzen, Tony and Tammy, Waukau, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paulson and Michelle, Oshkosh, Wis^, were Memorial weekend guests at the Raymond Metzen home. Mrs. Paulson is a niece of Mrs. Raymond Metzen. On May 30 the Joe Metzens, the Raymond Met- zens and the Paulsons were dinner guests at the Francis Metzen home, Algona. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Buren, Floy Neal and the Bill Robinsons, all of Algona. Keith Strayer, last pastor of the Irvington and Ottosen Presbyterian churches, held services at the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Algona ana at the Kossuth County Home June 6. He was accompanied by Linda and Judy Harms, Mike Hansen and Dick Kent, all members of the Irvington choir, who sang special numbers at both services. The Thomas Gronbachs attended a picnic at the Whittemore Park June 6 in honor of Paul Gronbach Jr. who was recently graduated from the Rudd High School. The Paul Gron- bachs now live at Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Utoft and Kelly, Ankeny, were overnight guests June 7 with the tetters' mother and aunt, Mrs. Dorothy Schulz and Mrs. Hazel Sabin. On Monday evening the Utofts accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Sabin and Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, all went toCharlie'sSupperClub, where they had a dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Utoft's second wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabin were in Sioux city June 6 to attend the wedding of DeAnne Brower and Stanlet Petts. Ronald Gronbach, Woodward, came home June 7 and will spend the summer with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gronbach and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schuller and family, Minneapolis, Minn., were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rochleau and family, Bode. Mrs. Schuller and Mrs. Rochleau are sisters. A picnic at Smith Lake was held on May 30 in honor of Terry Gatton on leave from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Attending were the Kenneth Gattons, Titonka; Chester Smith, Bancroft; the Robert Smiths, Algona; the Dennis 01- ATTENTION SALESMAN... WHY PAY $65.00 TO $75.00 FOR A RADIAL TIRE WHEN YOU CAN GET THEM FOR LESS THAN 40.00 GUARANTEED 40,000 MILES AGAINST ALL ROAD AND TIRE DEFECTS. STOCK NO. 99 A 40 99A47 99A60 99A66 99AR03 99AR19 99A45 99A49 SIZE 185R14 19SR14 205R14 215R14 155SR15 165SR15* 20SR1S 2 15 R 15 REPLACES 7,35-14 7.75-14 8.25-14 8.55-14 5.60-15 6.00-15 8.15-15 8.45-15 WHITEHALL 34.50 35.50 [ 36.20 37.10" j 30.00 30.20 38.00 I 39.40 TAX 2.28 2.50 2.73 3.02 1.73 1.84 2.80 3.05 MENKE'S ALGONA, IOWA -iI- illip SERVICE 295-3372 JOAN KOHLHAAS sons and the Kenneth Gattons. June 6 dinner and supper guests at the Dennis Olson home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gatton, Titonka. On June 4, Chester Smith, Bancroft, was a dinner guest. The Kenneth Smiths, Forest City, were dinner guests May 31 at the Dennis Olson home. The Robert smith family, Algona, were afternoon callers. Mrs. L. T. Dunn, Indianola, was a visitor June 9 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, Irvington. Mrs. Dunn was in the area to attend the anniversary of the Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club. She is the mother of Les Wildin and formerly lived here. The Willie Beckers were at Byron, Minn., June 6, to attend graduation exercises for Collen Kunkel, a niece of Mrs. Willie Becker. Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, Irvington, was an overnight guest June 7 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook, at Mason City. Guests at the Hugh Blacks June 6 were the Marvin pruis- mans, Rock Valley; the Robert Pruismans, Blairsburg; Mr. and Mrs. .Dave Smith and Leona Smith, - Algona. Also attending were a niece of Leona and Dave, Leslie Ogg and her friend Nancy. The girls were enroute from the University of Denver, at Denver, Colo., to their homes in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, 4 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, June 14, 1971 respectively. The Durwood Walkers were dinner guests June 6 at the Gerald Schmitt home, Graettinger. The Schmitt' s daughters, Janice and Cindy returned with the Walkers and were their houseguests last week while attending the Irvington Bible School. Kenneth Gulledge of Waukegan, ni., spent the weekend June 4 7 visiting his wife and daughter Brenda Marie, who are visiting at the home of Mrs. Gulledge' s parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer, for an extended visit. On June 6, Mr. and Mrs. Siemer and Mr. and Mrs. Gulledge and daughter drove to Britt where they attended a Siemer family get-together at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Siemer and family. The occasion was a farewell for the Lee Siemer family, who left June 7 for their new home near Golden, Colo. Mr. Gulledge left June 7 for Waukegan, where he reported back on his job. Col. and Mrs. Gordon Loebig and family, Colorado Springs, Colo., were June 3 supper and evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer and family. Mrs. Loebig is a sister of Clarence Arndorfer. Over 30 On Final LuVerne Honor Roll LUVERNE - A dozen LuVerne high school students placed on the "A" honor roll with straight "A" averages. They were seniors Becky Coyle, Diane Patterson and Jennifer Wilhelm; juniors Judy Jergensen, Beverly Nelson and David Vaudt, sophomore Susan Ristau and freshman Jeff Bristow, Holly DeNio, Dale Jergensen, Laurie Hefty and Debbie Wolf. The B Honor Roll for the final quarter is as follows: Seniors - Diane Pergande. Juniors - Robert Blake" (5), Diane Curry, David Hanselman, Layne Lindebak (5), Don Swanson (5), Dennis Vaudt, Becky Wilhelm. Sophomores - Linda Barton, UNDERWEAR A welcome gift anytime. Famous B.V.D. underwear. The T-shirts are full cut with never-stretch collar. S,M,l,XL Double sear Brevs have 2-way stretch and heat resistant elastic. 28 to 44. The broadcloth boxer shorts are full cut and tailored to fit. Sizes 28-44. All in easy-care, Labro-shrunk cotton. _ 3pOR B.V.D. Athletic Shirt* * CHARGE IT AT YOUR S&L STO~RElf Debbie Hefty (5), Kathy Hurlburt. Freshmen - Harriet Ernst, Terry Froehlich, MarkHarjdcopf, Cynthia Kiley (5), Dafawn Kin- ne (5). Jeff Krause, Barbara Marty (5), and Cindy Smith. Round Robin 500 Ends At SI. Joe ST. JOE - Thirty-six women, who had participated in the Round Robin 500 fund raising marathon ended with the May play, after nine months of competition. On Wednesday evening at 8 p.m., a social evening with the public invited to attend the final game and awarding of the trophys to the round robin winners was held. \f' Prizes will be given tor the evenings winners and lunch will be served. A special committee will be in charge of the arrangements. Proceeds from the program are for our adopted seminarian Emanuel. Round robin will again be in play in the fall, so interested new or old players will be welcomed and the project "Help a priest" can be continued. Charimen for the past year were Mrs. Paul Erpelding and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Anyone interested in joining is to contact either chairman, -o- A son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reding and family of the area, were supper guests Wednesday evening in the parental home. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew O'Conner and daughter from Parsons, Kansas visited with relatives and friends here and at Algona. Mrs. O'Conner is the former Stella Bormatm. . . Peter Erpelding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, and BUI Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Kohlhaas, members of the Algona Chapter of the FCA attended the organizations summer camp at Estes park, <*olo. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine and David, Jefferson, s. D., Mrs. Dan Gidley, Lee and Aaron, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Janet Reding, San Francisco, Calif, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding Wednesday, they are parents of Mrs. Chicoine, Mrs. Gidley and Janet. 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