(It.) Upf*f Pit Motnei _Tu»Jo y> Dec. 27, 1960 Ledyard Hi Homecoming Held; Queen Selected .j Ledyard — The high school Home Coming was celebrated at *2uiT',t dyard sch(K>1 in connection With the Whibtemore and Ledyard ball games. Last Year's Home- eofning Queen Shirley Smith reigned during the early part of the evening. • Three candidates had been selected from the Senior class and an attendant from each of the three lower classes. The Queen candidates were Gloria Pingel, Carol Ann Runksmeier, and Sandra Johnson. The attendants from the classes were 9th grade Marsha Orvick, 10th grade Carol Dontje, and llth - Janettc Richter. All of the High School students voted and the results were announced by Supt. De Boer between halves of the boys game'. Sandra Johnson was crowned this year's Homecoming queen by the former queen Shirley Smith. She was escorted to her throne by John Millei\ President of the Student Council and was escorted by (he 5 other girls as attendants. Corsages were presented to Queen Sandra by Beth Johnson and to Carol and Gloria by Rochelle Richter and Susan Rhoda. A homecoming dance ,'wfvs "held in the high school assembly after the games, both of which were won by Ledyard. The Sunday school Christmas program was given Thursday evening in the Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. In the E. arid R. Church the program was on Saturday, Christmas eve. The following young people have arrived home from colleges to spend the Christmas holidays, Billy Green and Harlan Brandt from Omaha, Arno Troff and Charles ' De Boer from Ames, Bruce and Brent Keil, Terry Roseboro, and Janice Edwards from Forest City, Paula NLtz, Sandra Fennema, Ann Ternes. Shirley Smith, Donna Kramer- smeier, from Mankato, Minn., Judy Herzog, from Orange City, Gretchen Looft from Decorah, Deanna Wiemer from Indianola, Wayne and LeRoy Ternes from Estherville, Marge McGregor from Estherville, and Bob RicMer from Brookings, South Dakota. School will resume again • on Tuesd.ty, January 3rd. Sunday morning, Dec. 18, the Choirs of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church gave a Christinas cantata under the direction of Mr. Vernon Anderson. Miss Doris Kuchenreivther, who works in Marly's Beauty parlor here took part in a Christmas concert over KGLO along with the Kossuth County Chorus and the Titonka Quartet of which she is a member. Mrs. Glen Burrow went to Iowa City to visit at the home of their daughter and family, the Dawain Wilcox's. Mr and Mrs Edward Looft, Mr and Mrs Ted Wallentine nnd Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson of Swca City went to Fort Dodge in attend a meeting of the R.E.A. State Representative Merwin Ccwd was speaker of the evening. Mrs Lena Warner went to Algona on Friday evening and spent the week end at the home of her son Leonard Warner and family. On Sunday a family Christmas dinner was held at the Warner home. Mr John Brandt left on Monday for Yuiim, Arizona, to join Mrs Brandt who has been visiting at the home of their daughter Jeane and family, the Earl Corwins. They will spend Christmas there. Pat Sullivan of Humboldt spent a week end visiting at the home of his parents Mj- and Mrs J. F. Sullivan. • Laimmce .Pingel and daughter .Sandra of Algeria recently visited at the homo of his parents Mr and Mrs N. A. Pingel. I Mr and Mrs Fred Looft and' Mrs P< tor llclmkc of Swea City were iiftprntxin cullers at the home nf Mr and Mrs N. A Pingel. Mr and Mrs Bernard Keefr drove to Spencer to meet their son Stanley, who is'in service and stationed in Texas. He will be here on I'm lough until the day alter Christmas. Thursday evening the Home Economics girls and their instructor gave a Christmas dinner for the school faculty and their wives or husbands, and the school board and their \vives. Mrs Lena Warner, Mrs Martha Sclirocder, and Mrs Agnes Mayer went to Algeria where they attended the Christmas party of the Kossii'lh County School Foods Service Association Christinas party held in the lunch room of St. Cecelias Academy. The January meeting will also be in Al- gtnui at the Annex. Mr and Mrs Bruce Hanson and son of Delevan, Minn, were here to attend the Homecoming game and dance which followed. Mr and Mrs Ervin Klinksiek, Keith, Sherry, Pam and Denise left last week to drive to Long Beach, California where -they will spend Christmas with Mrs Klinksiek's sister and family, the Lawrence Maynes. Anyone who thinks the customer isn't important should try doing without him for 90 days. Ottosen Newt The Luther League met Inst Wednesday evening at the church parlors for its Christinas party. • There were devotions, carol singing, a quartet of girls who sang and Carie Mae Hang sang, "What Child is This." Games were played after which they enjoyed a lovely Christmas linden. Christmas eve suppfr guests at the Pefcy Wntnems were the Bruce Watnem family of Hum- holdt, the Allan Watnems of Cylinder, and the Paul Watnems of Klemme and the Merle Faulk family of Des Moines. The Lutheran Sunday school FARMERS! Have you ordered your AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE yet for that field you will be seeding next spring? Ames says that the best results, LIMESTONE should be applied 4 to 5 months before seeding. We have a large fleet of new spreaders, spreading high-testing LIMESTONE at moderate prices. At this time of year the fields are dry and hard and our spreaders can do their most efficient work. See your local ASC office or Call us for Immediate Service FT. DODGE LIMESTONE CO. HUMBOLDT PHONE 98 FT. DODGE PHONE 4-0711 (48-4) program held Thursday evening program Mrs Merle Holt at the was very good and there was a organ and Mrs Richard KlnsetK large attendance. Preceding the at the piahb played a duet •> for • glorious week-tnd in stay •! Hio He* May the cheer of this New Year sweep you along in its merry whirl of festivities and excitement ... making it the gayest, happiest one you've celebrated! And, may ''••''..''••. • 11 • your joy continue throughout '61! ALL GOOD LUCK IN THE In this New Year, may there come to you all the most precious things in life . . . love, health, happiness and enduring friendships. J< Gamble Store Foster Furniture Co. Irons Heating 8t Plumbing . L. fc Hockey Plumbing & Heating 3, • « Jack's O. K. Tire Service > - — .._.___ '•*! Kossuth Radio & Electric Buschtr Bros Implement —— —— ____^___ ^ Hutzell Office 8e School^Supply ' Post Transfer & Storage Algona Hotel Reding's Davis Paints I Zender'g Kirk's Shoe Store ' Security Stale Bank Iowa State Bank "j Algona Theatre Co. • '] The Chrischilles Store ' Algona Greenhouses Modern Dry Cleaners Sharp's Jewelry Algona Produce Co. 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Donovan Specialty Shop Smoke Shop Waldron's Cafe Sherwin-Williams >«»nti t j Funk Plumbing fc Hettina Algona Plumbing It Heating Utwlimn Furniture Ce\ We extend this greeting of good cheer and happiness to you, our friends and patrons... not just because it's the thing to do, but because of the genuine sentiment we feel, of thankfulness for countless, cherished friendships. A HAPPY, PROSPEROUS With this wish, we add the hope that the New Year brings to you a full measure of good health, *•" / • • ." and abundant happiness!
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