Mary Lea Renger Weds Eugene Flaig, Bancroft Mary Lea Renger, daughter of Art Renger, Bancroft, and the late Mrs. Renger, was united in marriage to Eugene Flaig, son of Mrs. Mary Flaig, Algona, and the late Fred Flaig, May 14 at 10 a. m. at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft. Msgr. Joseph H. Schultes performed the double ring ceremony before 200 guests. St. John's school choir sang. Shirley Lickteig was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Marilyn Heldorfer, Eileen Vaske, Jean Ann Kliegl and Leone Kunkel. Best man was Kenny Flaig, groomsmen were Dennis Flaig, Bill Flaig, Gordy Osmus and Maurice Flaig, Arnie Meyer and Roger Fox were ushers. A brunch was served at the Johnson House at 1 p. m. Evelyne Lickteig and Nan Sandt had charge of the guest book and Lu Ann Osmus and Judy Sandt displayed the gifts. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high school and Stewart's Beauty School, Sioux City. The groom was graduated from St. John's and presently is foreman for Everds Construction Co. Alaska Girl Will Wed Rob't Ellefson, Algona Husband Former Fenton Girl, Is Heart Victim FENTON - Howard Rabey of Cedar Falls, age 48, passed away suddenly from a heart attack last week. He was. a son-in- law of Mrs. Emil Frank and husband of the former Virginia Frank. He had been a coach at Hawarden, Humboldt, and Cedar Falls and was a building contractor for the past 12 years. - o Sunday dinner guests of the Kenneth Halversons were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Helvick of Humboldt. Miss Erpelding Is Nursing Grad At Omaha Blondina Erpelding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Er* pelding, is one of four students who will graduate ft-om. the Creighton Memorial St. Joseph's hospital School of Medical Technology May 25. The 2:00 p. m. (CST) ceremony will be held in the Gold Room of the hospital's school p| nursing. Theodore L. Perrin, M. P., Wesley Seniors w om en Bowlers' Banquet Got Diplomas Last Night Thurtdoy, May 19, 1966 Algono, (la.) U PP «r DM Mo1n*»~H WESLEY - Commencement exercises tot Corwith * Wesley public school were held Wed* nesday evening, May 18, al 8p.m. In the Corwith auditorium, Ken Kew, Mason City, was speaker. Rev. Prank Considine of Corwith delivered the sermon to the class in the auditorium May 15 at 8 p.m. Wesley students in the senior class are Vlcki Detmering, Dennis Funnemark, Debrah Garmanf Rebecca Girres, Marleen Harr, Ronald Johnson, Rose Ricke and Linda Simpson. School will close May 24 when the report cards will be given out. - o - Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bridge, Haines, Alaska, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Suzanne Martha, to Yeoman 2/C Robert E. Ellefson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ellefson, Algona, The wedding will take place June 4 at the Presbyterian church, Haines. Miss Bridge attended Haines high school, was graduated from Anacortes College in Washington, and is employed by Alaska Coastal Airlines, Juneau office. Her fiance Is a 1962 graduate of. Algona high school and is with the U. S. Coast Guard, In August he will have completed four years in the service. director of the school, will present the certificates and school pins. A tea will follow. Students must complete three years of academic work in an accredited college or university before starting their 12-month in-hospital training in a school approved by the American Medical Association and the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, Graduates of ths program are eligible to write the national examination of the board of Registry of Medical Technologists which leads to the MT(ASCP) registration of the technologist. New Church The Community church, with Rev. Kenneth 1, Coles, pastor, opened at 308 West State street here May 15. It is an interfaith, inter - denominational church and services are held at 9:30 and 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p, m. each Sunday. Name Officer! Officers of the Algona high school student council were elected Monday, They include Rich Black, president; Barb Knudsen, vice president; Connie Parbysblre, secretary; and Jeff Allen, treasurer. " PWNTINQ THAT PVU* and doei justice to your busineff. fairly priced. Upper Pe« Maine* SISTER DIES Mrs. Blanche Wagner received announcement of the death of her sister, Mrs. Nina Goslee, May 12, following a 2-year illness. Mrs. Goslee came to Wesley from Portland, la. in 1896, later living in Florida. For the past 15 years she has lived in Jewett, N. Y. Surviving are her husband, Milton B. Goslee of Jewett, two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Wagner of Wesley, and Mrs. Daisy Haverly of Garden Grove, Calif, two nephews and one niece. She was preceded in death by her parents, the late Ben Felts, long-time Wesley residents, when he operated a general store. - o - POPPY DAY Poppies will be sold May 27 - 28. The American Legion Auxiliary's annual Poppy Day is a period of very special remembrance in expressing deed graditude to war dead. - o - Mrs. Olive Erdman returned May 8 from Decorah where she spent several days in the home of her son, Lowell Erdman and family. Diane Robinson is expected home May 27 from Te'mpe, Ariz, where she is attending State College . She will spend two weeks with relatives here before returning to Tempe, where she will attend summer school. Mrs. Bernice Vitzthum entertained her auction bridge club May 12. Mrs. Mary Weber will entertain the ladies May 26. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Meinecke and three sons of Jefferson visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Weber, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton have established a self-service car wash just east of the Hamilton Hatchery and held their grand opening May 14. Recent callers in the parental Lou Lickteig home were the Ed Kenyons, Whittemore, Teresa Bergers and Bob Lickteigs, Algona, Albert, Tom and Hugh Lickteigs, Wesley. Vic Loebig was brought home May 10 from the Britt hospital where -he had been a week for medical care. He was returned Friday for further care of a heart condition. Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier entertained the Neighborhood Birthday club May 10. Mrs. Theresa Foertsch suffered a slight stroke at her rural home Wednesday and was taken to St. Ann hospita, Algona, where she is said to be recuperating satisfactorily. The George Foertsches, Bradgate, Ed Foertsches, Burt, Bernard Heinens, Sheffield, Ferman Heinens, Algona, Frank Grants, Britt, Chas. Heinens, St. Benedict, and the Lyle Kuypers, West Bend, have visited their mother. Sister Leon of Chicago spent Thursday thru Sunday with her mother and relatives. Is Hospitalized Berton E. Yale of Lehigh, formerly of Titonka, is being treated by a dermatologist at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, He entered May 4 and will have more work done May 17. He is coming along nicely, so far. To Head Committee Wayne Keith, Algona, State Farm Bureau vice president, will serve as chairman of the recently appointed State Farm Bureau 1966 Resolution's Committee, according to J. Merrill Anderson, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation president. Crtico Boys Cresco Boys 4-H club met at 8:30 May 16 at the Extension office. Project papers were handed out. Peggy §abin talked on "care of open cuts and wounds" and Larry Rochleau on "Soil nitrogen cycle." Ninety members of the Algona Bowling Women's Association attended the annual banquet held at the Algona Country Club, Tues* day evening, May 17. After the annual reports trophies were awarded to the following: Wednesday Night League * High game (240), Joan Mueller; high series, DeeRiedel; high average, Irma Dee Cook. First place team trophy - Cook's Welders; 2nd place - East End Grocery; 3rd place - Iowa State Bank; and 4th place - Weidenhoffs. The most improved bowler with 1.6 pins was Mary Jean Taphorn. Thursday Night League - High game, Prances Wiese and Blanche Long tied; high series, Charlotte Baldwin. First place team trophy - Viking Oil; 2nd place, Lindsay Soft Water; 3rd place, Fareway; and 4th place, Hamm's Beer. Most improved bowler was Mildred Heider- scheldt with 15 pins. On the Grandmother's League Fran Wiese was awarded both the high series and high game trophies, with Kirk's winning the first place team trophy. Election of officers was held with Irma Dee Cook re-elected president and Aria Cowan, vice president. Secretary-treasurer of the association is Bonnie Bradford. Entertainment was furnished by the Anodynes, Brad Kraft, Brocke Laws and Phil Taylor. TYPING PAPER, Office Supply Dept., Upper Dei Molnet Pub, Co., Algona. j r* J3P St, John's Bows ** f** J» (Will!** 3 ? NeW Presl «« n *> DOWling, M, CHS Boosters Milder Hurls Bears To 4-3 Win In C-Lake Fray Bill Milder, senior right bander, appeared in near mid- season form as he hurled Garrigan's Golden Bears to a thrilling 4-3 victory over Clear Lake's Lions there Tuesday in the season opener. Coach Duane Kramer's outfit travels to Graettinger this afternoon (Thursday), then to Mason City Newman for a doubleheader Saturday as play from here on gets hot and heavy. The Bears had to come from behind to win Tuesday, and climaxed the victory by cutting short a last-ditch Clear Lake rally in the bottom of the seventh inning. The locals took a 1-0 lead in the top of the opening frame as Joe Becker slammed a triple and scored on a ground out, but trailed 2-1 as the Lions picked up single tallies in the fourth and fifth innings. That's the way the score remained until the top of the final frame. Bill Reding smashed a double and scored on a suicide squeeze bunt by Denny Long to tie the count at 2-2, then Becker reached on a fielder's choice and Dick Blelch doubled him home. Then, Dick Muiler crashed another two-baser, sending Bleich in with the fourth run and a single counter by Clear Lake in the home half of the inning fell one run short. Becker and Mulier each got a pair of Garrigan's 10 hits. The Bears committed six errors and the Lions three. Milder limited the Lions to three blows, whiffed seven and walked three, while Don Anderson of the losers struck out seven and issued only one walk. Garrigan(4) AB R H Long 2 0 1 Becker 422 Bleich 4 1 1 Mulier 40 2 Lickteig 300 Salz 300 Geilenfeld 3 0 1 Eischen 20 1 Milder 3 0 1 Reding 1 1 1 In Sub-State Bancroft St. John's was eliminated from the State Sub-State Baseball Tournament at Fort Dodge Tuesday, by Dowling High of Des Moines, 3-2. It was the first season's loss for St. John's. Dowling advanced to the state baseball tournament. Dowling broke a 2-2 tie in the fifth inning when Tony Baratta was walked, went to second on a wild pitch, to third on an infield grounder and scored on a passed ball. The Maroons scored two runs in the first inning on an error and a two-run homer by catcher Dave Hearn. St. John's tied the score in the third inning op a walk, singles by John Meyer and Chuck Farrow and a balk by Steve Carberry. Bowling's Jim Steinbach, in relief after the fourth inning, didn't give up a hit. St. John's. ...002 000 0- 2 3 3 Dowling.... 200 010 x - 3 4 0 Diers and Meyer; Carberry, Steinbach (4) and Hearn. The only reason a great many families don't own an elephant is that they have never been offered an elephant for $1 down and a $1 a week. Don Ferris of Algona was elected president of theGarrigan Booster Club tot the 1966-67 school year during the spring meeting of the organization at the school last week. Other officers include Eci Thilges, St. Joe, vice president, and Duane Seller, St. Benedict, secretary. Members of the board of directors of the Booster Club are Wendell Ringsdorf, Don Ferris, Francis Kollasch, Earl Schmitt, Jack Richter, Art Plathe, Ray Kohlhaas, Ed Thilges, Francis Froehlich and Duane Seller, with two each from the five parishes making up the Gar rig an district. Plans for a Booster Club drive next fall were discussed and coaches gave a report on spring athletics. Refreshments were served after the meeting. Smith Medalist • Garrigan's golfers posted a 157 total and annexed the Diocesan Golf Tournament title at Fonda Tuesday. Medalist in the event was Bob Smith, Garrigan senior, who came in with an even-par 35 over the nine hole course. A total of 10 teams competed for the title. Brian LaBarre of the Bears fired a 37 as he joined Smith in leading the locals to the championship. TWO GALA FUN NITES! 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