Farewell to Rev. Fisch is given, Lives-more Livermore — A farewell dinner Was held at 6 o'clock Sunday evening, Aug. 28, in the parish hall of the Catholic church for Rev. Gerald Fisch who left the following day for Alvord, Iowa, where he will be the resident pastor and teach in St. Mary's high school in Larchwooci, Iowa: Those present at the dinner were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. p. Gearen, Algon<a; Rev. Don Sniithj Ogden; Rev. James Bruch, At- gona; Rev. R. W. Phillip, Wesley; Rev. Nicholas J. Ruba, St. Benedict; Rev. John Cain, Gilmore City; the Very Rev. David McGoey, Fort Dodge; Rev. Gerald R. Zeaman, Wesley; Rev. Cecil H. Freidman, Algeria; Rev. Verne P. S. Stalcnhorst; Whittemore; Rev. David Hogan, Rolfc; Rev. Leo Schumacher, St. Joe; and the Rev. Leo Heisbcrg, Dayton. In the evening over 250 par- ishoners and friends gathered in the parish hall for a farewell party for Rev. Fisch. Rev. Schumacher was tiie master of ceremonies and the program was as follows: Two songs by the choir, accompanied by Mrs. Francis Collins, a farewell address by Monsignor Gearen and one by Rev. Wm. Stock, pastor of the I in- manual Lutheran church, who also thanked Rev. Fisch on behalf of the Lions club for his help in the past three years. Gifts were presented to Rev. Fisch by Jim Collins in behalf of the choir; Randy Furhmann, in behalf of the altar boys; Mrs. Ted Wagner, president of the Ladies Guild, in behalf of the Guild; Julie Neppl, his housekeeper and by Richard Dunphy, one of the directors of Sacred Heart church, in behalf of the parishoners and friends. Rev. Fisch has been the parish priest in Livermore for the past three years. Father J. G. Skahill of Cherokee is the new parish priest. BEEF WINNER Alfred Bormann was the winner of the beef at the drawing Friday night with Pete Werling winning $50 cash prize and Dick Cran $25. Nickie Halsrtid, Humboldt, won tbi! bicycle which was given away tyy the Junior Auxiliary. SCHOOL NURSE Mrs. Clarence Carlson has been hired as the school nurse for the Livermore school and is on duty each forenoon at the school house. man of Livermore were abo guests. Mr. and Mr*. Dick Scholtl and Dennie went to Pine River, Minnesota Friday evening to spend the long weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue at their cabin. Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Behounek and four children, of Minneapolis, came Sunday to attend the Lansing family reunion and to spend the week in the parental Louis Behounek home. They also visited other relatives while here and Mr. Behounek spent a couple of days in Des Moines on business. They returned home Thursday. Dinner guests in the Daryl Baker home Thursday evening were Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Gales of St. Joe and her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs, Roman Gales and family of Glen View, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson were Sunday visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Carlson at Mariden, Iowa. Mrs. John Hosford and Mrs. Margaret Vaudt are assisting in the Teen.Center as Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz has resigned as manager. The Ladies Aid of the Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon in the Fellowship hall with Mrs. Gerald Larson and Mrs. Albert Schneider as hostesses. Pastor Stock gave the devotions and the president, Mrs. Glen Schultze conducted the business meeting. Mrs. John Sharp gave the lesson which was on "Amos." Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Larry Joiner, who teaches at Bagley, spent the long weekend in the parental Dale Joiner home. Mrs. Bill Davis was hostess to the Neighborhood card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Norman Scott won high, Mrs. Bill Wilson low and Mrs. Henry Groh travel. Mrs. Scott was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek went to Evansdale on Friday, where they spent the weekend in the home of their daughter, the Roger Uhlenhakes and spent Labor day in Chelsea. Mrs. Rose Denny of Hartley visited for a. few days in the home of her daughter, the Clarence Carlsons. L. E. Cockrill has gone to Chicago to visit in the home of his son John and family. Mrs. Jessamine Miller accompanied her son-in-law, Haii Gimer of Renwick to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Friday evening where they visited Mrs. Gimer who had had minor surgery the previous day. Supper guests in the Dale Joiner home Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thai-acker of Ottumwa, Mrs. Joiner's aunt, and Mrs. Tom Christensen of Humboldt, mother of Mrs. Join- 9 in school The Ernest Berklands recently eturned from a vacation at Bismarck, N. D., where they visit* ed the Rev. Samih Ismir family. They attended the church of Rev. THESE CHILDREN, who attend the St. Benedict school, are all nieces and nephews of Mike Rahm, son of the MagnUs Rahms, St. Benedict. They are, left to right: front, Julie Holmes, Rhonda Arndorfer, Mark and Greg Rahm; second row, Dana Arndorfer and Geri Rahm; back, Carla Arndorfer, Mike Rahm and Chris Rahm. High Individual Series j Marge Wilson 500 Betty Rongved 490 Patty McGee ___ 463 High Individual Game Marge Wilson 200 Mary Hanson 189 Patty McGee 188 St. Joe G.D.A. to begin year on Wednesday St. Joe — Catholic Daughters of America will open the year with a regular monthly meeting Sept. 14 at 8 p.m. in St. Joseph's school hall with Grand Regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. Hostesses will be Mrs. E. M. Gales, Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Art Zeimet, Mrs. Clarence Bormann and Mrs Peter Becker. The Court will hold annual guest night for nei- stay. jects and the carcass show reports were made. The 4-H pled was led by Donald Erpelding Lunch was served by Mrs. Ray mond Kohlhaas. Marvin Kohl haas is reporter. The Anton Weyderts and her mother, Mrs. Catherine Fisch Algona, spent Sunday with Mrs Lizzie Hag and other relatives a Nashua. Mrs. Fisch and Mrs. Hag are sisters. Mrs. Delmar Plathe had the Farmerette 500 club Thursdaj with Mrs. Robert Kirsch, Mrs Peter Reding and Mrs. Maurice Reding as guests. Receiving pri zes were Mrs. Raphael Faber Mrs. Peter Reding and Mrs. Rob ert Kirsch. Mrs. Milford Plathe has the club in September. Betty Wagner, Mary Lou Wag ner, and Barbara Thilges spen Labor day weekend at Colorado Springs, Colo., returning Tuesday. Patricia and Eileen Wagner left Friday for Fort Wayne, Irid., for the weekend. Eileen returned by plane Monday with Patricia remaining for an indefinte Fenton Joan Bolling«r Gilbertson at Steale, N. D. Rev. Gilbertson is the son of a brmer pastor at Depew. They also visited the Badlands. Mrs. Ed Schlei had the Dorcas circle Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. C. Weisbrod was a guest. The Kenneth Bollingers, Michael Tietz, Wayne Bollinger 'amity, Lone Rock, and the Ar iold Hantelmans were guests Saturday evening of the Norman Bollingers for Mrs. Bellinger's jirthday. Dennis Frink was admitted to the hospital at Estheville Thursday morning for emergency sur gcry to have his appendix removed. He and his family will move to Ames where he plans to attend school after his recovery. The confirmation of Virgina Eraser at St. Luke's, Fairville, has been reset for Sept. 14 with a reception to follow for her and Ray Friedrich. The congregation is invited to the reception. The Dr. E. Ruskes were recent guests of Mrs. Ruske's bro- t. • Oier, Ervfn Olson, SpehcSr. Also an, ftiit.lanrl. guests were Judge and Mrs. Roy Stevens, Des Moines. The Kenneth Bollingers were guests Friday at Thomas fick- johm's, New Hampton. The Forrest Hannifans, Knoxville* had their 28th wedding on Sunday with dinner at Tfelors in Fort Dddge> Attending were the Dixon Zanders and Sherri, Walnut, Kenneth Johnsons, Cylinder, Mrs. Kate Wegener, Algona, and the Calvin Vaudts and Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Fenton. Debra Bollinger, daughter of the Norman Bollingers, stayed from Saturday to Monday with the Wayne BolJingers at Lone Rock. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher The Omer Edwards, Em<rriets- burg, visited thfe L6tGfi ft and Margaret Holt Friday. The Nick DeFratioisto^ Des parent*, thfe oftelte, HarhiriOn, i^re Sutidiy ^-"tt Anton*! ^pitch's. Paysfor in the engint w«ar ft tavtt X ,'Vj. i A program, on remembrances brought about by old quilts was given Friday afternoon before a club at Fonda by the Humboldt Historical Society. Taking part were Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark, West Bend, Naomi Struthers, Mrs. Essie Cooper and Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Mrs. Ralph Richards also gave readings. Others who went were Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, and Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Humboldt, Mrs. Dan Verbrugge and Fern Strach- boring Courts Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. in St. Joseph's hall with officers in charge. Members have received year books and the activities for each month are listed. TROJANS MEET St. Joe Trojans met August 29 with Marvin and Allan Kohlhaas. The pledge was led by Janet Erpelding. The work on re&; ord books was discussed and were due Sept. 1 at the extension office in Algona. Fair pro- The Roman Gales family visit ed last week with his parents, the E. J. Gales. They left Sunday for their home in Glenview, 111. The Ed Andrelinas and Larry Friders, Medicine Lake, Minn., and the Jimmie Friderses, Cul bertson, Mont., visited over the Labor day weekend with Mrs Andrelina's father, Math Ziemet EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE AUXILIARY MEETS The Legion Auxiliary will meet next Monday evening Sept. 12 at the Legion hall. Membership dues arc to be turned in at this meeting. NEW BOOKKEEPER Mrs. Miriam Kay has been hired as the bookkeeper by Mr. •Helhvig, for the Teen Center, M & M Feeds and for his work shop for tractor repairs. er. Mrs. Harry Zigrang of Humboldt entertained the Delta Dek Bridge club at the country club Friday afternoon. A dessert luncheon was served and those winning prizes at cards were "Harriet" Zigrang, Florence Altman, Mrs. Jessamine Miller and Mrs. Nick Bormann. Mrs. Culvert Johnson and Florence Alt- WOMEN'S BOWLING LEAGUE W Bode Lockers 4 Livermore Co-op. 3 Hamm's Ins. 3 Imperial Cafe 3 Bode Co-op. 3 Watkins 3 Baker's Truck Line __ 1 Sawyers 1 Dasen Oil 1 Livermore State Bank 1 M & M Feeds 1 Livermore Lanes 0 High Team Series Livermore Co-Op Hamm Ins. 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