Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 7, 1965
Page 8
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•—ALOONA (lews) ADVANCE MONDAY, JUNI f, \H$ Graduation of St. Joe students is observed St. Joe — Parish grade and high school graduates attended the 10 o'clock Mass on Sunday. May 30 in St. Joseph's church *s a group with the seniors Wearing caps and gowns. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher was celebrant of the Mass. Grade graduates arc Mary Becker, Christine Bcrte, Donald Berlc, Michael Bertc, Louis Bormann, Nicholas Capcsius, Richard Kayscr, James Kcllncr, Thomas Kisch, Daryl Kohlhaas, Dwight Kohlhaas, Marvin Kohlhaas, Yvonne Kohlhaas, Lawrence Kollasch, John McGuirc. Thomas McGuire, D a r I c n e Plathe, Larry Reding, Mary Reding, Suzanne Reding, Norman Schneider and Ruth Ann Streit. High school graduates are Charles Becker, Phillip Bormann, Thomas Capesius, Raymond E r p c 1 d i n g, Richard Kirsch, Randall Kollasch, Gary Kramer, Jerald Thilges, Harlah Weydert, Helen Berte, Rose Marie Freilinger, Rosa Lee Illg, Lucille O'Brien, Kristine Plathe, Barbara Thilges, Charlenc Tliil- ges, Georgia Thul, Mary Lou Wagner and Mary Sue Zennet. Commencement was May 30 at 2:30 o'clock in Garrigan high school with Senator Jack Miller giving the Commencement address. M-D BANQUET HELD C D of A held its 13th annual Mother-Daughter banquet Wednesday evening in St. Joseph's school hall. Twin Rivers Band Mothers served the meal. A short talk was given by the Court chaplain and pastor Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, with a welcome from the grand regent, Mrs. N. J. Weydert. Mrs. De- leano Grimm was toastmistress. Sharon Reding played a piano solo. Tribute to Mothers was by Colleen Reding with response • by Colleen's mother, Mrs. Marvin Reding, Speaker was Mrs. Marian Inman, Bancroft. Mrs. Minerva Montag, district deputy, West Bend, also gave a short talk. Honorable mention was given Mrs. Eugene Thul, who with nine of her eleven daughters, attended the banquet. Attendance prizes were given to Mrs. Damain Centgraff and Cecelia Gales. FIRST GRADERS NAMED Registration of first graae students for the 65-66 school year in St. Joseph's school was made with the members of the class with the parents names as follows. Ann Berte (Alvin), Margorie Bcrte (Vernon), Thomas Berte (Charles), Dean Bormann (Roger), Karl Bormann (Clarence), Sherry Bormann (Harold), Timothy Bormann (Ralph), Laura Freilinger Walter), Diane Friders (Martin), Dolores Gales (E. M.), Allan Kirsch (Robert), Edward McGuire (Edward), Kenneth Me Guire (William), Martin McGuire (Leonard), Barbara Red ing (Peter), John Reding (Mau rice), Dennis Salz (Cletus), Kay Streit (Bernard), Unda Thilges (Mark), and Philip Thilges (Paul). SISTERS TO LEAVE Vacation also brings change for the Sisters with their plans for the summer: Sister M. Sarah, Briar Cliff College, Sioux City; Sister M. Michael, and Sis ter M. Misael, both to Loras College, Dubuque; Sister M. Al fred, Sister M. Celestine, Sister M. Eleanor, Sister M. Jolande and Sister M. Anastasia all to Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, ••••••••••*••••••?•••••• "BRICK is our business" • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering" -— For Free Estimate* Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sens ALGQNA, IOWA i*tiff*ft**t*tt»ttfttipt and Sister M. tva to Notre Dame, liid, C 0 OF A TO INSTALL C D of A will meet Wednesday, June 16 instead of June 9 with installation of officers the main business. Hostesses will be Mrs. Don Reding, Mrs. Ralph Bormann, Mrs. Bill Bormann, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. Bob Bormann and Mrs. Win. B. Dcvinc. The Francis Erpcldings nnd Kenneth, Howard Kohlhaas and Alvin Bormann attended graduation at Loras, Dubuque, May 30 with .lames Erpeldlng a member of the class. The N. J. Weydcrls Sunday night had 00 relatives and friends for graduation of their son Harlan from Garrigan. Out of the slate guests were the Leonard Wcydcrts and Nancy, Adams, Minn., Wayne Siffings, Austin, Minn., and Joyce Capes- ins, St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. Mary Kayscr, Algona, and her daughter, Mrs. Jim Chambers and daughter Lynn, Fort Dodge, were callers here Monday. Mrs. Harold Bormann, Michael, Mark, Shari and Marian, from here, and Mrs. Bormann's parents, the C. R. Kollasches, Whittcmore, spent the weekend with Sister Mary Benedict at St. Benedict's Convent, Madison, Wis. Sister Benedict is also a daughter of the Kollasches. The Donald Rcdings and Mr. Reding's mother, Mrs. John B. Reding, spent last weekend with Sister Mary Madeline, O.S.F. at Holy Ghost Convent, Dubuqiie. Sister Madeline is the daughter of the John B. Redings. Mary Joyce Capesius, St. Petersburg, Fla., is here on a visit with her brothers and other relatives and friends. Math Zclmet returned Sunday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a medical patient 3 weeks. Mrs. Peter C. Reding entered St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Tuesday as a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding Sr., Algona, arc staying with their son and family during their daughtcr-ln-law's hospital stay. The Joseph Beckers spent Sunday and Monday with the Don liesches, Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Besch is a daughter ot the bcckers. Nick Erpclding, Candicc Er- pckiing and Tom Theisscn from &t. Joe, Minn., called on relatives here on Sunday and attended the Garrigan graduation. Nick a member of this class before moving to Minnesota last fall and will graduate June 6. Carol Erpclding, Denver, Colo., returned Monday alter a several days visit with her parents the Francis Erpeldings and family and attended graduation Sunday of her brother Raymond. TEACHER — Mrs. Martha Giese, of Ackley, is resigning her position as a teacher at the close of this school year after devoting 26 years to that profession. DATE OPEN HOUS6 Open house for the 25th ding of the Glenn GabrielsofiS, Sexton, will.be held June 13 ( 2 to 4 p.m., at the Methodist church in Wesley. Hosts are their three children, Mrs. Wai' ter Murphy, and Ken and Joyce' Oabriclson, and a brother and wife, the Donald Gabrielsons, of Mason City. Friends and rela« lives are Invited. PICNIC IS DATED Cresco Mothers atid daughters will have their annual picnic ott June 9 at 2 p.m. at the Call state park shelter house. Lois fiof- mann and Myrna Teeter will be hostesses. Bring your guests, ta* ble service, and a covered dish. SH ' TNI 'TWINS'' N ixamc MINNEAPOLIS and stay at W. R. FRANK'S MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT just 5 Minutes From Downtown and Mpls. Auditorium Facing Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute of Arts DISTINCTIVE DINING 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Dally Famous For Quality at Moderate Prlctt. H HEATED POOL With ' Secluded Sun Terract Poolilde . • Service. 100 LUXURY UNITS Air Conditioned with Complete Hotel Service!. Free Transportation tt i Airport, Train and Bui | Centers. Also Met. Sta- i dium, Guthile Theilrt Other Points Request. "OUR 3 L.P. GAS TRACTORS... ... Are Efficient, Very Reasonable To Operate — And We've Had No Engine Problems! ^ • ^^ • " r .1^ • .. .H..f.H"H"N"H n t1 H n M MM H M H n < M m i I-H-I-H-H H-i i n it i t M 4. THAT'S WHAT ARLO AND DELANO GRIMM, WHO FARM ABOUT SEVEN MILES SOUTHWEST OF ALGONA, HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THEIR BRAND NEW OLIVER 1850 (SHOWN WITH THEM ABOVE) AND TWO IHC L,P. TRACTORS — AND THEY HAVE BEEN DRIVING L.P. MACHINES FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS I When Arlo began farming 10 year* ago, his tractor was an L.P. IHC, and it is among the trio of tractors th« brothers maintain and use in their crop* farming operation, which includes large acreages of corn, soybeans and oats. The MCond IHC was added about five years ago (used) and the new Oliver raised th« totaj to three ! All of their L.P, GAS tractors are factory models. The Grimms are one of the largest users of L,P. GAS in this entire area. It's easy to switch to L.P. NOW I Your present tractor can be converted reasonably — and you can pay for the conversion from fuel savings, without most of the usual engine troubles that are normally a problem. And remember, all new tractors, no matter who manufactures them, are available equipped to run on L.P. GAS) Change to L.P. GAS for your tractor (or t ractors) now — and get in on fhtlt f*i- tures: easier starting in winter; more horsepower; more lugging power in fhtlitld; greater fuel economy; and less maintenance! *"•'. Contact us today for all the details on L.P. GAS operation — and remember/" w« now have complete service facilities available. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. THIS BEAUTIFUL SHORTIE PAJAMA AND ROBE HAVE A SMARTLY EMBROIDERED YOKE AND COLLAR THAT IS DEFTLY LINED AND DECORATED WITH NYLON LACE. THE FABRIC IS DACRON, NYLON AND COTTON AND IS TRULY A DRIP DRY FABRIC. THE ROBE HAS THE PUFFED SLEEVES WITH A POCKET FOR ADDED COMFORT. AVAILABLE IN MINT GREEN OR BLUE. Only $ 5.98 each 2952484 COMPLETg LP ANP NATURE GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATi ALGONA IRRESISTIBLE AND YET $0 REASONABLY PRICED ARE THESE TWO ITEMS. THE GOWN HAS GIRLISH CHARM WITH GROWN UP MAGIC OF BEAUTY, THE FABRIC IS DACRON, NYLON AND COTTON IN ALL OP ITS LOVELINESS. THE ROBE AND GOWN BOTH HAVE EMBROIDERED YOKES AND SELF PIPING TO ADO TO THE BEAUTY. AVAILABLE IN WHITE, PINK OH BLUE. Only '5.98 each Hwnt el QwUty ftr f I Yuri" j t i i H -H

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