The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1967
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4-Alflona (la.) Upper Det Moines Thursday, F«b. 9, 1966 Garrigan Nun, Students Plan Summer Trip, France A nun who teaches French at Garrigan High School is going to jet across the Atlantic this summer with a group of students to attend classes at a campus in France. Sister Mary Alfred Bresson, OSF of St. Joseph Convent has been selected by the American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS) to chaperone a group of high school students on a six-week European study tour in July and August. They will attend classes given under the direction of the University of Clermont Ferrand at the Lycee Presles in Vichy. The American Institute For Foreign Study .D a nan-profit association of high school teachers and students interested in international education. Although Sister Mary Alfred will do no teaching in Europe all instruction will be 'done by local university staffs - her role as chaperone will be to act as a combination of guardian, advisor and friend. All student life in Europe will revolve around her, and she will help her group mike the necessary adjustment to European life. Sister Mary Alfred has scheduled a number of meetings prior to departure to prepare the students for the experience. Sister Mary Alfred and her group will depart by jet from the JFK International Airport in New York on June 30 for London. They will enjoy three days in the British capital. At the conclusion of their four weeks at Vichy, Sister Mary Alfred and her group will go to Paris for three days. Among the stjidents from this area win are planning to go with Sister Mary Alfred are: Jan? Bedel, Annette Frank!, Elizabeth George, Deborah Glnter, Tanyss Ludescher, Trudy Rossing, Jane Wilson and Delores Wurth. According to Sister Mary Alfred there are openings for several more students in the group, and anyone interested should get in touch with her. Miss Wagner Of St. Joe Is Bride-To-Be PATRICIA WAGNER ST. JOE - Announcement is made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Patricia Ann Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, St. Joe, to Robert A. Kruse, Ft. Wayne, Ind., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kruse, Hartington, Nebr. An April 8 wedding in St. Joseph's Catholic church, St. Joe, is planned. Federated Club At Titonka Has Two Lessons TITONKA- Titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Don Budlong. Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., was assisting hostess. Two guests were present. Mrs. George Alke gave ashort lesson on Health and the lesson on the S. S. Ship Hjpe was presented by Mrs. LelandSchroeder. The next meeting will be held at the Library Community room, Feb. 16, with Mrs. Gary Sleper and Mrs. George Alke hostesses. Valley Farmerettes 4-H Club met at the home of Lorene 3een- ken for their January meeting. Mrs. Bowers was a guest mother. World Day of Prayer Services will be held at Titonka Methodist Church Friday at 2 p.m. Women of the Doan Muthodist Church will share and participate in the program. W. S.C.S. met Wednesday at the Titonka Methodist church. Mrs. Robert Boekelman led worship service and Mrs. Loren England presented the lesson. Hostesses were Mesdames Erwin Eden, Robert Ringsdorf, Etta Reibsamsn and Dale Hlggins. Buffalo Boys 4-H Club held their late January meeting at the Titonka school lunchroom. Fifty people attended. The leaders were hosts, the boys did the cooking and serving for the family pancake supper. Buffalo Booster 4-H Club met at the library on Jan. 21. Ten members, two leaders and one guest mother were present. Sandra HDOvar served lunch. Mrs. Dwight Garrett is chairman of the Heart FundDrive, and Mrs. Al Boelkes, co-chairman. The annual drive will be held during February. ORCHIDS LeRoy Bredlow, Garner, has three orchid blooms on his plant this year. The orchid plant is three years old. Progress Club Date Change At Portland PORTLAND - Portland Progress club will meet Thurs., Feb. 23, Instead of Feb. 16, at Cunningham's Cafe, Bart. Hostesses will be Ethel Smith and Myrtle Zwiefel. Roll call, book or" magazine I have enjoyed and why. Program, heart film. - o - Kenneth Trenary was brought home Saturday noon from Park hospital Mt.son City, where he had under gone mijor surgery and spent about a week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary were Saturday evening visitors in the Tom Trenary home. M".and Mrs. Harold Decker were Sunday- dinner guests in the Tom Trenary home. M"s. Howard Sparks attended the American Cancer Crusade meeting for 13 counties, Friday at Charlies Supper Club. This is rnrilng ready for the Cancer Crusade, which will be held in April. Mrs. Robert Woods and Randy were Friday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Pit Von Bank at Clear Lake. M::. Wood went to Mason City where he attended to some business and visited Kenneth Trenary. M-.-S. Howard Sparks attended a coffee in the home of her mother, Mrs. Guy Dimond at Britt. Ten other guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hansen and fam.Uy were Sunday visitors in the parental Herman Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Zwiefel and Shawa were Wednesday sup- psr guests in the Dennis M«is- ter home. Mr. and Mrs. Miiister and Bret were Sunday dinner guests in the P. W.Marlowhorns. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Verdean Emm, of Blue Earth, were supper guests recently in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mrs. Victor Fitca and Judy were Friday visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. Algona Lady's Grandson Is Army Nominee World Day Of Prayer Set At Local Church Friday JEFF KEITH Geoffrey L. Keith, son of M::. and Mrs. Lloyd Keith, Barbank, Cal., and grandson of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Algona, is one of 12 candidates named to compete for congressional West Point appointments from California. Two of the 12 will be named. Jeff is a senior at Notre Dame High School where he has excelled in athletics. His mother is the former Evelyn Van Allen. It is possible others of the 12 nom'jiated for appointment might also be sent to' West Point under a special quota set-up. Mr. and M-s. Richard Bristow of LuVerae were Thursday evening visitors in the P. W. Mirlow horns. The Bristows and Mt.r- lows went to Bancroft during the evening to visit Mrs. Clara Marlow at the Heritage Rest home. Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monte of Britt spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. M.irlow. "Lack of cash in his pocket controls a man more flrrtTy than his principles". World Dny of Prayer, observed each year on the first Friday in Lent, is to be hold this year, Feb. 10 at Z p. m, in the Congregational church hero. The service is sponsored by the United Church Women of the National Council of Churches. The service theme this year, "Of his kingdom there shall be no end", was prepared by Queen Salote Tupou of the Tonga Islands. Rev. Frank Harcey of the Congregational Church will give the welcome and Rev. Mack Carlson of the First Baptist Church will give the meditation. Participating from the various churches this year are M's. Glen Shore, Episcopal; M"s. G. W. Stillman, Congregational; Mrs. John Wilson, First Methodist; Ruth Cruikshank, First Baptist; Mri. D»n Fisher, Good Hope Methodist; Mrs. Miles Sloniker, First Lutheran; and Mrs.Robert Plngel, Presbyterian. Corrlne Shlmel will be soloist. A fellowship coffee will follow the services in the Congregational Center. Women and men from all churches are Invited and welcome. 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