The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1966
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3 From County In Vows Of Presentation Order to state publicly that she willingly accpeted the invitation t6 become a religious. Miss Lichter entered the Presentation sisterhood last September from St. Cecelia's Parish, Algona. She graduated from Garrigan High School in the class of 1965. For the past year she has gained experience of the religious life at Mt. Loretta, Dubuque, motherhouse of the Presentation Sisters. She also completed her first year of college. The coming year she will spend in study. The second year of her novitiate she will continue her religious training and will also take work that will prepare her for the apostolate of the Presentation Sisters. AI0en«, (la.) Upper D«s Molnw Towday, Augutt 30, 1966 Wins At State Fair Sister Donna Jean Ldckteig and Sister Mary St. Clare Wingert, former residents of Wesley, pronounced first temporary vows as Presentation Sisters in the profession ceremony held in St. Columbkille Church, Dubuque, on August 22. The Most Rev. Loras J. Watters presided at the ceremony. A new feature of this ceremony was that the novices were escorted to the altar by their parents. With Sister Donna Jean were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig; with Sister Mary St. Clare, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wingert. With the talcing of vows, these young Sisters transfer from the novitiate where they spent the past three years, to the juniorate at Mt. Loretto, the Presentation motherhouse. During the next two years they will continue their religious formation and complete their college and professional training in preparation for work in , the schools of the Presentation Sister^. 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. Watters, who officiated at the clothing 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, at two o'clock, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Lichter and Mrs. Luke Hamilton, a sister of Mrs. Lichter, accompanied Miss Lichter to the altar, where she and 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 Dean Teeter of Algona, representing Kossuth County at the Iowa State Fair in the demonstration department, came home with a purple placing and a certificate of excellence. Other members representing Kossuth County at State Fair with demonstrations were Diane Bode with a talk on "Citizenship" and Lenora Hilbert with a demonstration on "Bound Buttonholes." They both received certificates of participation. Anderson, 60, former Ledyard resident. Mr. Anderson died Saturday morning of cancer in Colorado Springs. He was a native of Ledyard and moved to Colorado several years ago. Mr. Anderson was married to Mildred Spencer. Survivors include his wife and three daughters, two in Mason City and one in Palmer Lake; two sisters, Mrs. William Behrendt, Chicago, and Mrs. George Jacobson, of Ledyard, and a brother, Anton Anderson of Chicago, and seven grandchildren. Lighting experts design schoolroom lighting to protect young eyes.. BETTY LICHTER Passes In Colorado Services, were held Tuesday at Palmer Lake, Colo, for Elmer DIAMOND'S SUGGEST THAT YOU ... . Take a load off your feet I \! [Of . . . with nice, comfortable Hush Puppy shoes, • sponge-sole work shoes or oxfords. • Men's Hush Puppies sizes 6-13 • Boys' work shoes sizes 3Mt-6 • Men's work shoes sizes 6%-14 • > > • w • DIAMOND'S For oil your Back-To-School and Fall Clothing Needs. Protect young eyes at home, too, by making sure ... • The desk is non-glossy, and light in color. If surface is dark, it should be covered with pastel blotter or material. • Desk is against a wall, never, in front of window . . .'with desk surface 28 to 29 inches above floor. The room should have light color walls. • Eye position is at least 14" above desk .^ surface; books should be propped or tilted about 30 degrees toward the eyes. Algona Municipal Utilities

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