The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 23, 1966
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Garrigan fflster Iva Sister Michael Sister Sarah ' Quincy CoUege, University of Chicago, Kansas .State CoUege, Marquette University and Laval University, Quebec City, Canada; this year will be teaching English IV, French H, Religion I and Current Events; has 28 years teaching experience. Sister Mary Iva, OSF- B. A., Loras CoUege (Magna Cum Laude); halaTso attended Briar Cliff CoUege, Viterbo CoUege, the Catholic University of America and Notre Dame University; this year wiU teach Art I,n,ni, and IV and technical drawing; has been an art unit leader for in-service workshops in the Diibuque Diocese. Sister Mary Michael. OSF - B. A., Loras CoUege; has also studied at Briar Cliff CoUege and Quincy CoUege; this year wiU teach English H, Speech and Drama; has been Dean of Girls for two years. aster Mary Sarah, OSF - B. A., Loras CoUege; has also studied" aTBriar Cliff CoUege and the CathoUc University of America; this year wiU be teaching Latin I and H; has taught seven years at Garrigan. aster Dominica Sister Ignatius Sister Imelda aster Mary Deborah. PBVM - B. A., M. A.; State University of Iowa; this year will teach typing, shorthand, secretarial practice and wiU advise Garigold staff. aster Mary Dominca, PBVM-B.A. LorasCoUege; B.M. De Paul University; has also attended Clarke CoUege and St. John's University, CoUegevflle; this year will teach Religion I, aU Chorus and Aesthetics. aster Mary Ignatius, PBVM-B. A., LorasCoUege (Maxima Cum Laude); M. A., the CathoUc University of America; also studied at Iowa State University and Marquette University; this year wiU teach English IV and wiU be chairman of the EngUsh and Speech Department; in coUege was member of Delta Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Chapter; was member of NDEA Institute in MUwaukee this summer. aster Mary Imelda, PBYM - B. A., Loras CoUege; has also attended Notre Dame University, Seattle University, Winona State Seniors Attend Press Workshop Sister Ita Sister Joanne Sister LucUe CoUege, Iowa State University and South Dakota University; this year wiU be teaching Chemistry and Faysics. Sister Mary Ita, PBVM -B. A. Loras CoUege; M. S., the CathoUc University of America; also attended Viterbo CoUege and Creighton University; this .year wiU teach General Math, Geometry and Mathematical Analysis; has taught in summer sessions at Viterbo CoUege and Loras CoUege and attended modern math workshops at Loras; has taught at Garrigan seven years. aster Mary Joanne. PBVM - B. A., Loras CoUege; M. A., Rosary CoUege; has also attended Dubuque University and Notre Dame University; wiU supervise library; has taught seven years at Garrigan. aster Lawrence Marie, PBVM - B. A., Clarke CoUege; has also~attended Loras"CoUege and St. Louis University; this year wiU teach Home Economics and Religion n. Sister Mary Lucile. PBVM - B. A., Loras CoUege; M A., NoSamFkv^n^-also studied at Briar CM CoUege and Viterbo CoUege; this year wiU be teaching English m, B. A., Loras Col^ge; has also attended tEeCattoto University of America; this year wiU teach EngUsh I and n, American History and Religion n. rawx*::**::*^^ "A yearbook in a week" was the assignment of 105 students who attended the National Press Association Convention at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Judy Besch and Frances Goecke, Garrigan seniors, attended this workshop from August 14 to 20. • From the main speakers, Mrs. Armi Nelso and Mrs. Kathleen Leabo, the students gained new ideas on layout and copy writing for a high school yearbook. Applying their knowledge immediately, the students produced a miniature yearbook which covered the happenings of the week. Photography, writing and makeup were all" handled by the students. ^ "It was a fun-filled antf rewarding week," according to Judy. "I think it was a good foretaste of life on a coUege campus, too." GHS Sends 14 To CSMC Convo The Star ts-.p a month Garrigan Iowa, 5051t.. >-S$eciaft <; for this iss— >+-^-**-' a ~ f ~ Crawford, ' Star and visor, Sister of „—_. ,,„ ended Ottandwas and has-beepTei ^ Joseph's bosp^taEIn!™. groom is a I963lg1p Garrigan/' an*jar*""-**" 4 at Iowa State Univer this fa|t. • ^ For going awa$< a keUy greea «g£g accessories;. 'F"**"* 1 * yeUow roses- ', trip to the be at home to One was a rehearsall the Magnus. Rahm' the bridal Studio Photo) I WESL m By Mrs. Viote Garrigan wiU send 14 students to Notre Dame for the National CSMC (CathoUc Students Mission Crusade) convention from August 24 to 29. The five-day meeting wiU feature exhibits of mission- Besch, Jeanne and Jo Anne Grotty, Frank Esser, Kenneth Fuchsen, Theresa Hoberer, Ruth Hofer, Jane Kohlhaas, Ray Ann Kott- aseh, Kathryn McGuire, Thomas wiU feature exnimts 01 uuaaiuu- McGuire, Jim Schmitt, Dave ary work done by U. S. societies 'skiUing andPaulaThtlges. Sister and panel discussions concerning Mary Alfred, OSF, wilt accora- poverty, sickness and ignorance, pany the group. Those attending wiU be Ronald x-x-x-xxxx*:*^^ Joyce Erpelding, Bill Rahm Wed Here Aug« Haverly. and; Kenneth, Dfemis^Hugfft Haverlys joinedatlargfegronp.?*: relatives for a gathering afe-tfi^ Ed Cink ruretkhome near Woden^ Mr. and Mrs. date Robinson' attended the wedding" of JtadtUfe' * Kearney and Robertr the Methodist churcn. in The Darrell corah also* Their 500^. and: lighter. o parents, Tftft dinner guests._ ClaiT: Robinsons-. The 1 Bonf St. CeceUa's CathoUc church, Algona, was the setting for the marriage of Joyce Ann Erpelding and WiUiam Paul Rahm. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm-. Erpelding, Algona, and the bridegroom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm, St. Benedict. , Msgr. P. P. Gearenperformed the double ring ceremony August 13, at 11 a. m. Nuptial music was provided by Mary Hamilton: who accompanied the soloist, Jane'' Arndorfer. The bride, given in marriage by her father,, was attired in a sheath gown of nylon chiffon, adorned by a detachable train of the same material which feU from the-shoulders. Wide bands of appUqued lace bordered the beU sleeves and hemline. Her three-tier veU of illusion net was held in place with an orchid headpiece trimmed with seed-' pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Her jewelry was a cultured pearl pendant. Karen Garmaa was; her per-* sonal attendant. Blondte Erpelding was her sister's raaitfe of honor. Debbie/, Arndorfejv niece of the groom, was brides?maid, Judy Eipeldlng, was jjmfor bridesmaid and: Annette Expel*- ing was flower girl. Both are, sisters of the bride. Joe Rahm, brother of the? groom; was best man, andlMark Erpelding and Mike Rahm were groomsmen.; Greg Ranm was, ring bearer. 'Ushers' were* Robert Arndorfer and Dwight Carman. Jack Krieps and Paul Carman were acolytes. A reception: and dinner for 250 guests foUowed at the V, F. W. hall in Algona. Theresa Hoberer served punch. MaryAnnErpeld- ing was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Frank Weber and Mrs. Gerald Carman cut the four-tier wedding cake. Karen and June Carman, assisted by Iveta and Carol Jo Fee, opened and arranged the gifts. The bride is a 1964 graduate accompanied i^M3?«' 'an$ !...,_. Elmer Haupttje of Garnei? and? WiltvEden of':Britt"vislted the -Cnarles and Chuck Kraus's at ,, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dalgetty of; Mason City called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boha one day recently. The women are-Studer ststers. Mrs. Mary Merritt Faktor of Mason City was a dinner 1 guest, of her cousins, the Fred Bohns, Aug. 14. Mrs. Ruth Rlcke and Henry enjoyed a trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota recently. They then attended the wedding of Mrs. Ricse's niece, Elaine Bater, daughter of the Andrew Bakers of Ogden, and Jon Kemmer, Saturday, Aug. 13. Mrs. Ricke's daughters, Joan, who Is a nurses aid at the University hospital, Iowa City, and Rosanne, who attends Hamilton Business College at Mason City, also attended the wedding^ Mrs, Rlcke was on vacation

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