Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 29, 1966
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Visitors from Germany PR. AND MRS. Hans Stephan, of Bonn, Germany, arrived last week by plane at Mason City where they were met and came to attend the August 20 wedding of Brigitta Whittemore and Patrick J. Carnes. They will be in the United States for 21 days. Mrs. Stephan and Mrs. Whittemore grew up together but had not met since Mrs. Whittemore went back for a visit 11 years ago. Mr. WhiUemore, who met and married his wife while in service overseas, had not seen the couple for 18 years. Pictured from left to right above are James Whittemore, Mrs. Hans Stephan, Mrs. James Whittemore, and Dr. Stephan at the Whittemore home. Early Wednesday morning the Whitte- mores and their guests left for a quick trip through the Black Hills, to Denver and Colorado Springs. The German couple will leave Algona later this week to fly to Washington, D.C, and will see as much as possible on the East Coast before flying home from New York on Sept. 6. The. Whittemore's daughter Brigitta and her husband left Tuesday for Providence, R. I. He is enrolled in graduate school at Brown university there and she will teach in junior high at Kingston, a suburb, during the coming year. Habit for Betty Lichter August 23 Miss Betty Lichter, daughter of Joseph Lichter and the late Mrs. Joseph Lichter, Algona, was one of 16 young women invested in the- habit of the Presentation Sisters by Bishop Loras J. Wat' ters, who officiated at the cloth ing ceremony of the community on August 23. The religious name which Miss Lichter received is Sister Mary Judine. The ceremony took place in St. Columbkille church, Dubuque. Mr. Lichter and Mrs. Luke Hamilton, a sister of the late Mrs. Lichter, accompanied Miss Lichter to the altar, where she and the other members of the class presented themselves for official interrogation by the Bishop. The purpose of this part of the ceremony was to allow the candidate to state publicly that she willingly accepted the invitation to become a religious Miss Lichter entered the Pre* sentation sisterhood last Septem ber from St. Cacelia's parish, Al gpna. She graduated from Garrigan high school in the class of 1965. For the past year she has gained experience of the re ligious life at Mt. Loretto, Du buque, motherhouse of the Pre sentation Sisters. She also com: pleted her first year of college The coming year she will spend in an extensive study of Holy Scripture and theology, ind the requirements of religious life. The second year of ier novitiate she will continue tier religious training and will also take work that will prepare her for the apostolate of the Pre- entation Sisters. New Stale Farm district manager Ron Willsher, Nora Springs, is the new State Farm Insurance district manager for the Algona area. He will take over his new duties from John Hayes, who is moving to Mason City, on or about Oct. 1. Mr. Willshei- is married and the couple have three children. They have purchased the Julian Chrischilles home. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher a guest of the Ffohlingg Wednesday to Friday. Ivan Gillmore and son Kenneth, Marion, were weekend guests at Leonard Holdren's. Mr. Gillmore is Mrs. Holden's brother. Mrs. Percy Watnem visited Mrs. Pearl Hanson at Whittemore Thursday. The Carroll Olsons attended the silver wedding of the Ivan Darrahs at the Methodist church at Emmelsburg Sunday. Mrs. Darrah is the former Mildred Kallestad, cousin of Mr. Olson. The Olsons also attended the wedding of Mrs. Olson's cousin, Lonny Twnit, and Linda Larson at the Lutheran church at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Donald Naeve, Tim and Jeff, Santa Ana, Calif., and Mrs. Floyd RO'kenbrodt, Humboldt, visited at Oliver Kinseth's Wednesday afternoon. A 2/c Marvin Lee and his sister Susan vis'ted a sister Barbara at Lake Okoboji Saturday. En- route home they visited their grandparents, the Eugene Hofi- The Gary Coopers, Ft. Dodge, and Donald coopers were Saturday guests of Mrs. Essie Cooper. The Fred Kampens were Sunday visitors at Hans Kampen's, Laurens. The Robert Whites, Sioux City, and Mrs. Helen Malm, Palmer, were all day Tuesday visitors at Roy Jacobson's. The three women are sisters. The John Tappers, Kamrar, were Wednesday and Thursday guests at the Mike Frohling's. Scott Tai per, Webster City, was Marvin Lee will £6oft be sent to Viet Nam. . Mrs. Anna Purdy visited the Everett Johnsons at Lanesboro from Tuesday until Monday. Steve Williams and Bonnie Baker, Moline, 111., spent the weekend at Oscar Williams' home. Arnold Struthors, Adams, Minnesota, visited the Watsdri Stru- thcrs and Albert Thorsens Sunday. The Charles Welters, Marshall- MONDAY, AUG. 29, town., spent the wtefcefld tit Charles Welter Sr. Home. 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