The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1965 · Page 9
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Teeter Fires For Two TUESDAY'S RESULTS In basketball games played Tuesday night In the area, the following were the results: BOYS Thompson 79 - Burt 74 Ringsted 74 - Sentral 65 Swea City 84 - Lakota 6? Armstrong 76 - Rake 49 Twin Rivers 65 - West Bend 60 Ledyard 80 - Lincoln Central 62 The State Line Conference finds Ringsted on top with a 3-0 record at the moment. GIRLS Burt 61 - Thompson 49 Sentral 76 - Ringsted 36 Lincoln Central 65 * Ledyard 55 Twin Rivers 54 « West Bend 39 Dale Teeter counted 25 points as he led Algeria's Bulldogs past Humboldt in a North Central Conference contest at Humboldt last Friday night. He is shown in the above photo as he fired away from underneath the basket in an effort to chalk up a two- pointer. Humboldt players (white uniforms) are Marso (30) and Kuhlman (32), while Dan Merryman, Algona forward, can be seen at right. During the weekend, Algona picked up a pair of loop wins to get back into the thick of the championship race. The locals, now 4-1 for the season, host Hampton here Friday night in another loop fray. (Humboldt Newspapers Photo) MR. AND MRS. LeroyCrapser were recently visited by their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crapser, of Waterloo. They also visited with Russell's sister, Mrs. Ellis Mains and family. MRS. ARTHUR Wiese spent from Friday till Sunday at Blairsberg with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. adn Mrs. Frank Pruisman and family. Enroute home she stopped at Corwith to visit with Charles Sorenson. HKM1NAIS REV. AND Mrs. Billy Goodpasture were recent visitors in Sioux City, MR. AND MRS. Ollle Nasby attended a district Good Samaritan Nursing Homes meeting Tuesday at Spencer, MRS. CLINTON Lighter and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Dwaine Lighter went to Hartley Friday to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Clinton Lighter's brother, Frank Fanning, 69. The son Jack Fanning, was brought here by Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn Jipson for a brief visit, Mr, Fanning went from here to Atlanta, Ga. to join the Braves for whom he is assistant manager, MRS. KATHRYN Mahoney had as guests last weekend her son in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Wier and family, and her son the James Mahoneys of Minneapolis, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Edwin Johnson spent Sunday at Estherville with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Huntley and grandson and wife Mr. and Mrs. "Sonny " Roberts. MR. AND MRS. H. M. Knecht were joined by Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Erdmann of Whlttemore as dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Venteicher's at Buffalo Center Monday evening. MR. AND MRS. Fred Geigel were visited over the weekend by' their son Bob of Kansas City. LUNCHEON HOSTESS Esther Quinby is entertaining at a luncheon Saturday noon honoring the birthday of Alvlna Miller. - o - EIGHT SPECKS CLUB The Eight Specks 500 club is meeting Wednesday, Dec, 15, with Mrs. Beecher Lane. This is a Christmas party with an exchange of gifts, - o- STAFF DINNER Staff doctors of St, Ann hospital and their wives met for dinner, Monday evening, at the Johnson House, - o - OKLAHOMA GUESTS Recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard were Mr, and Mrs, Merlin Shcu- macher of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. and Mrs, Harold Haag, of Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schumacher, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sheppard and the respective families. - o - SIXTH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider gave a party Nov. 30 honoring the sixth birthday of her son Terry. Guests were Rickie Diamond, Larry Smith, PhilGeil- enfeld, Ron Ristau and Tony Bernardo and the honoree's brother Kyle and sisters Sally andGayle. - o BIRTHDAY HONORS Floyd Holt has not been too well of late but he enjoyed the observance of bis birthday, Dec. 1, when relatives and friends called on him. - o - COUNTRY CLUB PARTY Members of the Country Club held a Christmas dinner-dance Saturday evening at the club. FASHION FLAIR Christmas Sportswear Spectacular! Your favorite and fashion's favorite no-waistband A-llnt skirt in solid colors and heather tones) Who else offers you such a wide selection? Pastels/ dark tones and holiday bright!. Sweaters also in solid colors plus heathers. Sketched left, v-neck sweater, $12; plain skirt, $10, Right, the "nothing" sweater that does everything for youl Crew neck, smart rib knit In olive, camel, navy, white, burgundy, $9. Skirt, one of many gorgeous plaids In burgundy, navy or olive, $13. Also stretch pants, Bermudas, socks three lengths), jackets and shells. All dyed to match. Sizes for all, Confuted? Get K«r A SHEAKLEY'3 GUI Certificate Qwlity is not expensive . . it's priceless! find quality here . . reasonable priced.' USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT, OPEN ONI OR USE OUR UYAWAY cvct-y FAMILY PARTY A family gathering was held Monday evening, Nov. 29, honoring the birthday of AlfredSemon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Mino Llmberg, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Courtney, Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bradley, Burt and Mr. and Mrs.R. W. Welp. - o - GUESTS OF REDINGS Holiday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding were Mr. and Mrs. William Raker, Waterloo, and daughter Sally of Briarcliffe College, Sioux City, and Jolene Reding, air stewardess of Los Angeles. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding who now live at Phoenix, Arizona. - o - CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Herbert Haas was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday at I Mrs. Harold Lampright's. They were to have luncheon at a cafe and play cards at Mrs. Lamp- rights. This is a Christmas party. - o - MRS. DAU HOSTESS Mrs. William Dau, Sr. is entertaining her bridge club Thursday morning. This is a Christmas party with gift exchange. - o - FAREWELL PARTY Mrs. Lenore Hlltz, Mrs. Cecil McGinnis and Mrs. Frank Sterling gave a farewell party Monday afternoon for Mrs. Rose Smith who is moving to Paullina. DAVID, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Logue spent his Thanksgiving vacation here and will be home again Dec. 17 to spend the holidays, He has also brought his roommate David Smith of Niagara Falls, N. Y. The young men are students at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake. Mr. Smith is studying for the ministry. RECENT dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Grotte were Mrs. Jack Glidden and son Jerry of Windom, Minn., Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt and Mrs. Arthur Wiese. Thtmday, December 9, 1965 Algona, (la.) 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