The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1965 · Page 12
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(la.) Upp.r 6 Mew Teacheroi Faculty At Garrigan 1958 Oliver Super 88; 7,500 to 9,000 pounds - Rod Husske of Moorland, with a 1964 Ford 6000; 9,000 to 12,000 pounds Charles Martin of Gilmore City with a 1965 International 706; and 12,000 to 15,000 pounds - Clifford Teeter of Algona with a 1960 M. M. 5. Champion Heifer Garrigan high school will have six new teachers on the faculty when school starts this year, Father Marvin J. Boes, Father James P, Fransco, Sister Mary Deborah PBVM, Sister Lawrence Marie PBVM, Duahe Kramer and Thomas Puetz, Father Boes, who will teach religion and be Dean of Boys, received his B. A. from Loras College, his theological training at Mt. St. Bernard Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa and his M. A. from Creighton U., Omaha. He comes to Garrigan from Heelan High in Sioux City. Frather Fransco will teach religion and be director of publicity and assistant director of student activities. He received his B. A. from St. John's U., Collegeville, Minn. He also studied theology at Mt. St. Bernard's. He comes to Garrigan after four years as asssistant pastor of St. Lawrence parish in Carroll, la. Sister Mary Deborah, who will be in charge of the commercial department, received her B. S. in commerce from the State University of Iowa and her M. A. in office management and business education from the same university. Sister Lawrence Marie, who will teach religion and be in charge of the home economics department received her B. A. with a major in home economics from Clarke College, Dubuque. Mr. Kramer will teach biology, physical education and be a member of the coaching staff. He studied at Loras College and Buena' Vista College, receiving, his B. S. last spring. Thomas Puetz will teach American history and economics and also be an assistant coach. He studied at St. Mary's, Winona, Minn.,and West- mar and received his B. A. from TYestmar College this year. Other members of the faculty and their assignments: Rev. Cecil H. Friedmann, B. A., M. S., E., Superintendent, Religion m. Rev. Edward L. Mason, B. A., M. A., Religion IV, Guidance. Sister Mary Lucile PBVM, B. A., M. A., English n & ffl, Bus. Math., Typing. Sister Mary Michael, OSF, B. A,, English I & n. Sister Mary Ignatius, PBVM, B. A., M. A., English IV & m. Sister Mary Sarah OSF, B. A,, Latin I & n and Algebra I. Sister Mary Joanne, PBVM, B. A., M. A., Library. Sister Mary Valeria, PBVM, B. A., English I & H. Sister Mary Alfred, OSF, B. A., M. A., French I & H, English in, Latin U. Sister Mary Imelda, PBVM, B. A., (Graduate Work; Seattle U. & Notre Dame), Earth Science, Chemistry, Physics. Sister Mary Ita, PBVM, B. A., M. A., Algebra I, Geometry, Advanced Algebra. Sister Mary Iva, OSF, B. A., Art I & n, Latin I. Sister Virginia Marie, PBVM, Bachelor of Music - American Conservatory, Religion II, Music. John Sterba, B. A., Spanish I, Band. Bernard Cooper, B. S., Bookkeeping, Economics. Steve McCall, B. A., Physical Education, American History. James Ritz, B. A., Algebra I, and Shop I & U. Father Francis P. Conway, superintendent of Garrigan high school and chaplain at St. Ann hospital, left Algona Tuesday afternoon to assume the duties as pastor of St. Michael's parish, am : City, Io wa. FatherConway had been superintendent of Garrigan since the opening of the school in the fall of 1959. On Sunday, Sept. 5, a farewell program will be held for Father. He will return for the occasion as his many friends and associates throughout the years wish to honor him. This program will be held in the Garrigan high school auditorium at 8:00 p. m on Sunday, Sept. 5. The general public is invited. 59 Tractors In Pulling Contest As 2100 Watch An overflow crowd of at least 2,100 persons attended the tractor pulling contest, held Wed- evening at the Kossuth County . Fair in Algona. Fifty-nine entries featured the competition, which was interrupted by a rain shower. Many other shows, baby beef, swine, dairy, horses and ponies, also attracted much interest. Winners in the various divisions of the tractor event received cash prizes. They included: under 6,000 pounds Jerry Sanftner of Swea City with a 1952 Massey Harris 44; 6,000 to 7,500 pounds - Dan Farland of Thompson, with a Services Aug. 17 For C. 0. Riddle; Burial Here Funeral services were held at West Concord, Minn., Aug. 17, for Clarence Oscar Riddle, 77, longtime Algona resident, but living in Minnesota in recent years. He had made his home at West Concord for the past nine years. Burial was in Algona at Riverview cemetery. Mr. Riddle succumbed to a heart condition at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. He had been in ill health for about six months. He was born March 10, 1888, at Wapella, HI. and married Mabel Godfredsen, Oct. 25,1911, at Bancroft. Surviving are his wife, three sons, Raymond of Grand Meadow, Darrell of Chicago and Clarence of Waupaca, Wise., three daughters, Mrs. Ruby Schick of Des Moines, Mrs. Wuinten (Wilma) Dodds of Arnold Park, and Mrs. Robert (Ruth) Engel of Rochester. A brother, Jesse of Claremont, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Imogene Sanders of Pomona, Calif., also survive. Jesse,-the brother, visiting in this area, and Glen Riddle of Wapella, m., were among the relatives here for the services. For many years the deceased was a widely known auctioneer in this area. ATTENTION FARMERS SOIL SAMPLES NOW B A 6000 TIME TO HAVE YOM SOU TESTED FOR FOmUZBl tEOUIREMENTS. WE'RE TAKING SOIL SAMPLES NOW AS A SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. ASK AT THE ELEVATOR. MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Coop Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.07 out 1.11 No. 2 White Oats (new) _ in .68 out .72 November Beans 2.28 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOflARTON BRANCH CO-OP Mid <jjGoldcn Sun Feeds For top performance co-pp gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Tele. 295-5614 395.7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - EXCEPT DURING HARVEST TIME. WAYNE CORDES of Lakota is pictured above with his over all champion Holstein heifer, judged at the Kossuth County Fair. He will also enter the heifer at the Spencer Fair in September. Grand Champion Boar GRAND CHAMPION BOAR in the open class at the county fair was an entry made by Peter Erpeldiug & Sons. Standing behind the boar is Gerald Erpelding, while Maurice Erpelding is keeping the entry well posed with the help of a food trough. i Off to school now... but what about college? We are helping m;my parents save to meet the costs of college educations for their children. Start now ... open a college savings account with us. Excellent earnings; Home Federal Savings & Loan Association HOME LOANS TO BUILD, PURCHASE OR REMODEL 4% Current Earnings All accounts Fully Insured to $10 000 Save from the 15th — Earn from the First ALGONA Since 1917 IOWA

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