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THUMBAY, tm. I, IM« A180HA M»VAMCI-> Deanery meeting ?? 4 7T left to right ' Mrs> Ed mund Elbert, Deanery vice-president; Mrs. Ervin Ulses, Deanery president; Mrs. Joseph Sneenan, Le Mars, Diocesan president; Mrs. Ralph Kelly, former Diocesan president, national officer and general chairman of the annual Diocesan convention to be held September 26, at Storm Lake, Iowa. Standing — left to right, Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, Wesley, Deanery treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Gappa, Emmetsburg, Dean cry secretary; Miss Caroline Kriege, Sioux City, Diocesan Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, chairman. The North-cast Deanery, council of Catholic Women, held its opening fall meeting Aug. 25, a,t Immaculate Conception hall, in Graettinger. 'Mrs. Ervin Ulses, of Burt, Deanery president, presided over the morning board meeting and at the afternoon program. Mrs. Joseph Sheehan, Diocesan president, gave the opening prayer and discussed the structure and aims of the council. Miss Caroline Kriege, o[ Sioux City, Diocesan Confraternity of Christian Doctrine chairman, gave the address of the day. She ably presented the role of women in now vistas in, a changing i world. Mrs. Sheehan installed the' new parish representatives and the new deanery secretary, Mrs. Joseph Gappa, Emmetsburg, and new treasurer, Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, Wesley. j Mrs. August Studer, Wesley, won the door prize. The afternoon closed with entertainment and refreshments courtesy of the ladies of the Immaculate Conception parish. AIN STEM BY JULIAN CHRISCHILLII THE JIM FETT family of Corwith. must be firm UFO believers now after an experience last Tuesday night about 11 p.m. as they returned home from a visit at the John Hele- seth farm . . . nearing the grove at the Jim Mullins farm near Corwith, they saw a large and bright object come down from the sky, almost straight at their car . . . seconds before it would have reached them, it returned skyward and disappeared. They drove back to the Heleseth farm ,and' ? watched for the object to re-appear but it didn't; 'A--*»*i«*• i.«i/i«nii««/i flying object mystery! Another unidentified NEW 1967 CARS will be appearing the end of Sep. tember . . . early word indicates that all General Motors and Ford cars and most of the new Chrysler cars will be shown the last weekend of September! LAWRENCE WELK was reminiscing the other day about his early days of playing dances in the midwest and recalled playing many Iowa towns including dances at the Knights of Columbus hall in Algona. (Do any of our readers «ver remember hearing Welk play at the K. C; hall back in the 1930's)? Algona's own Dick Dale has been with the band since after World War 2 as a vocalist and saxophone player ... incidentally, he made a one-night stand at Chrlie's Supper Club Monday night as a personal favor to owner Chuck McVay, a longtime friend, and the place was mobbed with people from. 8 p.m. until closing time. ; "I was afraid to advertise his appearance because I i knew we couldn't accommodate those who .had heard abput ; Dick's appearance by word-of-mouth," McV ay said. * * * I STILL BELIEVE some of the most exciting moments in sports were the final seconds before and during Joe Louis' fights back in the 1930's and early '40's. The air of expectation built up by the ring announcers over the radio in those days had your heart beating wildly and the excitement was always climaxed with the words, "The winner and still world s champion . . ,"! *. * * MARY SUSAN EASON, nee Mrs. Ervin Ogland of Indianola and daughter of the Dr. A. J. Basons of Algona, was attending church with her 3-year old daughter Suzann recently and during the hymns, noticed the little girl was singing also. After church, while driving home, mother was visiting with little Suzann and asked her if she enjoyed the singing. "Yes, mommie, 1 sing in church too, Love Makes the World Go Around." MEMBERS OF THE Izaak Walton group here had a booth at the Kossuth County Fab: and unlike all of the other Fair booths, let kids of all ages register for door prizes . . . word passed quickly among the small fry and they flocked to the booth, to sign their names in hopes of winning something ... but the Ikes got the biggest kick out of a little fellow who straggled in during the final hours of the Fair ond wanted to register. "We've already drawn for the prizes," an Ike told him. "That's OK, I just want to register anyway," said the tot. He did! HATS OFF TO Engelbart Logtmann, retired Ledyard firmer, who competed against the btst checker players in tht state list week it the Iowa Stat* Fiir and came out with fourth plict . . . and to another Ledyard resident, Gretchen DeBoer, who finished a$ runnerup in the State Fiir Teen Queen Contest! ONE OF THE more popular singing groups in^ this area is a group of young people billed as "Nellie's Folk" . . . oae of the group is Glen Hantelman of Fenton, who works locally at the Electronic Specialties . . . he's the only one oi the group living outside of Fairmont. The group of folk singers organized last March and have made numerous singing appearances in the area including one' at the Floral Hall at the Kossuth Fair . . . most are college students and thus they are disbanding temporarily as students return to school this fall, J> <&.\*tfl (fl • ' «*^1 ONCE MMN - FAREWAY'S ANNUAL BABY BEEF SALE OF KOSSUTH FAIR 4-H EXHIBIT fiST STANDINB RIB ROASTS :.? 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