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4-Algona (la.) Upper DM Molrm fnuwdoy, September 8, 1966 Ex-Resident Weds AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHffiRK ANN BOHANNON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, will be taken to Columbia, Mo. by her parents Sept. 17 to enter Christian College as a freshman. SUSAN BODE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bode, 1965 graduate of Garrigan High School who has spent the summer in Hinsdale, m., will enter St. Teresa College atWinona, Minn., after spending a week here with her parents. She will be majoring for the second year in music education. ROY McVAY, father of Charles McVay, was transferred to St. Ann hospital from Holy Family hospital at Estherville Monday. Aged 63, he is reported to be in good condition and progressing well. He blacked out while driving a truck for the Elmer Dole Construction Co. and suffered a crushed vertebra when the truck went into a ditch. SALLY STEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele, will be taken to Cedar Falls Saturday to begin her third year as a student at State College of Iowa. MR. AND MRS. Kentonlmmer- fall are parents of a daughter, Kimberly Sue, born at Mason City Aug. 27, weighing 6 Ibs., 12 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton. The young parents are visiting in Algona this week and plan to go to Mankato, Minn, this weekend where Kenton will be enrolled in the college. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt this week are their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pratt and two children of Moline, m. Their son, Larry, Is leaving today (Thurs.) for Cedar Falls where he is a student at State College of Iowa. Their other son, Dick, will go to Mankato about the 20th of the month and will be a student at Mankato State College. GREGG BUCHANAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan, left last week to attend college at Grinnell. Their other son, Glenn (Bucky) will leave this weekend for Iowa City where he will be a student at Iowa University. GUESTS THE past week at N. J. Weydert home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kinsch and grandson, Danny Burnette, Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Jack Pur cell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Halverson and family, all of Algona, went to Sioux Falls over the weekend. The former attended a softball tournament held by the Association of the Deaf, and the latter visited relatives. Both Mf. Pur cell and Mr. Halverson are employees of the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. REV. AND MRS. Ralph Wlech- mann and Krista, Springfield, Va., have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade. LESLIE NORTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Norton, left Monday for Estherville, where she Is enrolled as an education major at the Junior College there. Her twin sister, Lynne, will leave Monday for Mason City where she is enrolled at the La James School of Beauty. PAT SCHULZ, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John (Jack) Schulz of Irvington, will leave Saturday for Cedar Falls where she will be a third year student In State College of Iowa with a major in elementary education. THE COMMITTEE has met and is formulating plans for the upcoming season of round robin bridge play, sponsored by St. Ann Auxiliary. Play is open to the public and any interested persons may obtain further information by calling Mrs. Phil Diamond or Mrs. John Snere. Calls should be made before Sept. 10 in order that the program for the coming year can be set up. Money collected throughout the season goes toward a special project for the hospital. Each person participating chooses a partner and plays with her during the whole season. Hostesses are on a rotating basis, with each taking her turn to entertain a foursome, with the date being of her own choice. Fishy-Tree Farms Fishermen can enjoy their sport on nearly 40,000 miles of streams and more than 700,000 acres of lakes on privately owned commercial forest lands. NEWS Loretta Jean Trout, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Trout, former custodians at Call State Park, and Ronald L. Boyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boyer, Unionville, were married Aug. 27 at the Assembly of God church at Eldora. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. J. F. Perry. A reception in the church fellowship room of the church was held after the ceremony. After a short wedding trip, the couple will live in Missouri where Mr. Boyer is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood. Kollasch, Elizabeth Angle, Algona; Lena Schmidt, Fenton. SEPTEMBER 2 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Delano Grimm, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs., 14 3/4 oz.; admitted: Roy McVay, Algona, accident; dismissed: Merle Newby, Ben Faulken, Leon Laird, James Schumacher, Algona. SEPTEMBER 3 - Admitted: Donald Carlson, Algona, 'medical. SEPTEMBER 4 - Dismissed: Baby Allen Foertsch, BurtjMrs. Alice Thilges, Algona. SEPTEMBER 5 - Admitted: Carol Ewold, Algona, medical; Richard Black, Algona, fracture; Mrs. Helen Lickteig, Algona, medical; Mark McDonald, Omaha, medical, later expired. • -— ' ••* Theodore Roosevelt discovered the Teodoro River in Brazil which newspapers called the River of Doubt until its existence was confirmed. AUGUST 30 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown, West Bend, boy, 10 Ibs., 5 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Jean Elbert, Burt, surgery; Mrs. Agnes Walker, Mrs. Ernestine Kading, Algona, medical ; dismissed: Mrs. Letha Redemske, Algona; Mrs. Irene Bormann, Bode. AUGUST 31 - Admitted: Baby Allen Foertsch, Burt, boarder; Baby William Ingalls, Bancroft, boarder; Leon Laird, Susan Griffin, Algona, medical. . SEPTEMBER 1 - Birth: Mr. .and Mrs. ,Gary Satoff,, Bancroft, boy,' 7 Ibs., 2 oz.; admitted: James Schumacher, Algona, medical; dismissed: Rodney Jensen, Lone Rock; Baby Arthur Ingalls, Bancroft; Leo Fleet Street, London, is the home of England's newspaper offices. Voters ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Before deciding to run for the Algona Community School Board, there were several questions I had to ask myself; and I am sure they are the same questions you would ask. I would like to discuss them here. 1. Am I qualified? I teei that I am, educationally, tempermentally, and because of my past community 'services and activities. A few of them are listed under my picture. 2. Why should a Catholic run? Why not? The Constitution says there shall be no religious test for public office; and I believe the qualifications that make a good school board member are the same regardless of the person's race, religion, sex, or national origin. In earlier years it was customary to have a Catholic as one of the School Board members. 3. Why am I interested in the public schools? First let's face one fact-the PUBLIC school is the school system of all the people, all races, all religious denominations-the school of the PUBLIC. In the past, in our area, Catholics have not should* ered their responsibility in this matter. True, they have paid their property taxes, but they have been hesitant to contribute of their individual talent and work. This situation NEEDS remedying. 4. Why don't my children attend the public school? The Constitution has given me the right to send my children to any qualified school. The decision to send my children to a parochial school, does not relieve rne of my OBLIGATION to see that this com- munify has the best possible public school system as well. 5. How do I stand on the bond issue? I feel that this community needs a new public high school and I will do all that I can to see that this comes about as quickly as possible. Certainly, my presence on the school board would enhance the possibility of the bond issue being passed. In the past, Catholics perhaps have not shown proper interest in the public schools. But we must face squarely the fact tha»-also-in the past it has sometimes appeared that there were efforts made to KEEP CATHOLICS out of our public school affairs. This situation has and is creating a detriment to the overall progress of our community. We must ALL-both Protestant and Catholic take a look at ourselves in the mirror of our conscience on this matter. We must cooperate. I may very well lose this election-but if our community can gain a better understanding of one another and a deeper appreciation of each others problems-then I will truly feel that WE-you and l-»he PUBLIC will be the winner. KEVIN NASH, D.D.S. QUALIFICATIONS — Born at Fort Dodge, Iowa, graduated Corpus Christi High. Graduated with a B.S. and a D.D.S. from Creighton University, Omaha. — Served two years in U.S. army in Korean war period. — Married to a Fort Dodge girl, and parents of six children. — Practicing dentistry in Algona past five years. — Serving as president of AU gona Lions Club, member Chamber of Commerce, ex-president Algona Toastmasters Club, past president Tri-County Dental Society, member of American Legion, Knights of Columbus. I would ask first that all of you vote Sept. 12. A victory for any of the candidates via the apathy of the public, will be a shallow one. If you feel that I could do the most good for public education in this area, I would appreciate your vote. Sincerely, K. C. Nash SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mrs. Lillian Gabel spent two weeks in Longmont, Colo., with her son and family, the Darrel Gabels. When Darrel brought her home, her other son, Floyd and his family, were there for the weekend from Chilicothe, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frerichs and family visited recently with his father, Fred Frerichs at Mankato, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Freachs of Grundy Center and Mrs. Louise Frerichs were guests at the Ed Frerichs home. Mrs. Louise Frerichs is a great aunt. The Lyle Westfalls of Graettinger were guests at the home of her sister and family, the Ed Frerichs. Mrs. Roy Anderson left to spend a few days at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, the Keith Riedesels at Rockford, fll., to see her new granddaughter, Heide Lynn. She was born Aug. 23 and has a brother, Paul, 4 - years-old. She weighed 8 Ibs., 6 ozs. Mrs. Riedesel is the former Margaret Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen covered over 5,000 miles on their trip west to see their daughter, Sharon, at Costa Mesa, Cal. and their daughter, Lucille, the Everett Honnettes, at Denair, Cal. Enroute through Phoenix, Ariz., they visited the Marvin Owens, who have a 32 apartment motel. The Owens lived in Swea City for a time. The Magnusens visited with the Donald Magn- usens, a nephew, at Gardena Cal., with Mrs. Pearl Jensen, at Tacoma, Wash., and at the Martir; Cromwell home at Seattle where they visited the Space Needle. The Richard Magnu- sens were also there. Mr. and M's. Albert Anderson, Jennifer and Jerry visited cousins, the Virgil Petersons, at New Brighton, Minn, and with them spent a few days at the Peterson's cottage at Isle Lake. Danny Anderson and Lyle Thompson visited the Dells in Wisconsin on a recent weekend. The Francis Sullivans were Sunday visitors at the Joe Salic home at Guckeen, Minn, for their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falk of Spicer, Minn, were weekend guests of their daughter and family, the Laurel Petersons. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thorson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thorson attended the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines. Petrea Thoreson visited her parents, the Orville Thoresons, Friday evening and Saturday. She has been a life guard at Walther League Camp for the summer. Saturday, Petrea left for Ames for Rush Week at Iowa State University and will be an orientation leader. Petrea will begin her sophomore year at ISU where she is studying veterinary medicine. Mrs. Melvin Pavik and children of Chicago were Friday callers at the Tom Preston home. Wednesday visitors at the Tom Preston borne were Mr, and Mrs. Keith Griffith and family of Panaorama City, Cal. Most of their visit was centered at Estherville where her mother, Mrs. Joe Preston, is ill at Good Samaritan home. Guests Tuesday at the Mervin Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lingard, Plain, Wise. They were here to attend the Peterson-Mart wedding at Armstrong. The Mervin Johnson family were gone Wednesday to Sunday to take a niece, Delilah De- Zeeuw, home to Orien, HI. REDUCED! LIMITED TIME ONLY! _ __ _ _ -iini imm^mmfmmft. fcf«T -'»«»^<. 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