Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1967
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Livemore is set M fire . Otter guest* ifi Mrs. Foth's home for ah afternoon w«f« Mf. arid flff, JotW Attft* afitef of Missouri Valley accompanied by Mrs Chrt§ Wil- lukait of Eogle Grow. L^jjU am.JLvTZ^AtV ^ii/^ Jt A|^ •WfJIe) WWfffWffWi VflTwTww fflfJ Mercy hospital tt Port Dodge last week as * medical peti- Llvermere —An otd house, owned by the Ooop el* evator and located along Highway 222 Wat Ml on flr. Monday night by the' firvmett' for ftre practice. The butidtng was originally owned by Law- rcnoe McPttenon who had moved a girage there and added on to ty in about 1991. and used it for * weMbig and blacksmith, shop until accepting the job a* town manhsd in 1943. Until the elevator bought it a few yean ago it had been unoccupied. POT LUCK SUPPER About 40 Masons and Eastern-Star members and their families attended a pot tuck supper Sunday night far Friendship Night at the Lodge roams which was under the supervision of Mrs. T. D. Rot- sing. After the supper there was a program with Mrs. Earl Armstrong acting as master of ceremonies. A TV aid* was presented with a reading by Mrs. Tommie Kissinger, a poem by Clayton Armstrong, a witch interviewing Jock Chandoin, Peggy Carlson and 'Mary Jorge-ten, piano music done In the Joan Castle rityfe, by Mrs. Arile Dotder, two dance numbers by Cindy Raney and Debbie Roesing end group singing led by Dick Sohultz, Tommie Kissinger 'and Clarence Carlson accompanied at. the piano by Mrs. IT- win Jorgensen. Clayton Armstrong won the jar of stkk candy by guessing Che closest number, Clarence Carlson won for 1he men and Mrs. John Olson guessed the closest number of pins for the pin cushion. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE A group of ladies went to the home of Mrs. Oomiel Smith Tuesday evening as a surprise for her. birthday. Canasta was played and the guests brought the luntoh. Earlier in the evening Mrs. Smith had been a supper guest in -the 'home of her son, the Virgil Smith r s and her granddaughter, Rhonda Barton, Humboldt, had sent her a dozen red roses. Those coming for the evening were: Mre. Genevieve Weydert, Mrs. Paul Mr- Vis, Mrs. Henry Monson, Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Mrs.. Milton Bergum, Mrs. 'Marvin Lamb and "Chick" Monson. U. P. W. MEETING The United Presbyterian Women met at the home of Anna Murray Wednesday afternoon with 14 members answering roll call. The president, Mrs. Jessamine Miller, conducted the business meeting, .the hostess gave (he devotions and Mrs. John Otoon gave the lesson. After the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morey, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morey and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ferguson- were lunch guests.' GOODWILL TRUCK The Good Will truck wifl be in Livermore Monday, Nov. 13. Anyone having any questions regarding articles to be given can contact Mrs. Dick Sohultz. the local representative. 225 AT SUPPER About 225 people attended the Turkey Supper alt the Methodist church Thursday evening. Mrs. Elmer Gronfcoch and Mary Meiavin who attend* college at Mfrnhaito. Minnesota, drove to Des Moines Friday afternoon and visited until Sunday in the home of Mrs. Gronbach's sister, the Marshall Torgersons. Freddie Hinti returned home on Thursday afternoon from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where he bad been a medical patient lor (he past two weeks/Mr, Hints he* retired from running (he tank wagon for DX, a job he has 'had for the past 30 years. The tank wagon service has been taken over by the DX station at Bode and by the oqe e* Lu- Verne. Mrs. HinU is the achool secretary at (he liver* more school. Several UsVst went to the home of Mrs, Lela Hater TU- esdiy afternoon to help fee? celebrate her 900) tw1ti(iay. They bnxigM px* luck lunch and _ birthday <*kt) and al*> gifts and cards. Her son and wile, Mr. and Mrs Domld Hejler of Spencer were also there bringing another birthday cake. A sotM tfternttxi Ptwr flwn 9l9Mffft0 MNI ^f MIS . and Mrs. Virgil Smith, who .ha* been stationed at ft. Folk, Li., *s spending a 20 day leave An the .home of htr parento. He win report back to a base in California wmmte to Viet Mr*. Afiif* IchtiMt •* kon >h$s returned home gRejr spending i week with her grandmother, Mrs. Molly Mr. ami Mr*. Edwin Msgmt- won were overnight visitors in the Martin Miller home •one night last week. They were enroute to their home in 'Minneapolis from Chicago where .they had been visiting ifriends. Jacob Michefan returned home last week after being a medical patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge for the past three weeks. LIVERMORE BOWLING Lucky Striker* League High Team Series Onsen Oil 2023 lUvermore State Bank _ 2005 Bode Looker __________ 1994 High Team Game •Dasen Oil 741 livermore Co-op. ______ 094 Bode Co-op, i : 668 High Individual Game Betty Rongved ___ 189 Jean Larsen ...... 179 Marge Wilson _________ 173 High Individual Series Jean Larsen 486 Marge Wilson _________ 456 •Doris Gregory .... 445 Mrs. Martha King and Mrs. Ante Dolder visited in the home of Mrs. Arthur Saxton at Hardy Sunday afternoon: Mrs. Don DeWinter, who came to'attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. John Hohenberger, flew bock to her home in Kileen, Texas, Sunday. Her husband is stationed iat Fort Hood, Tex. On Wednesday Mrs. DeWini«sr, her mother, Mrs. Hailry Rutz, land Mr. Hohenberger took Mrs. W. H. Sehlie to 'her home aitHubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klein, Edwin, Marilyn and Leverna took Mrs. John Dilg to Perry Wednesday where she left by train for her home at Salem, Ore. Mrs. Dilg has been here from Sept. 29 visiting friends and relatives. Visitors at the Dick Coleman home on Saturday were 'Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heriberg' and family of Clarion. Mrs. Dick Coleman and Mrs Don Nelson of Humboiait were Friday afternoon shoppers in Algona. Schools plan class course in survival Five high schools plan to offer the course Personal and Family Survival in one of their government classes during the present school year. This course includes ways for the individual or family to help themselves in case of a tornado, severe wind storm or snow storm. Also, included are the dangers of a nuclear blast or fallout and material or personal aids that would be helpful in an emergency whether in 'the 'home or in a public facility. A two-day training school was held in Fort Dodge Oct. 24 and Oct. 31 to qualify instructors. Additional training schools will be held at a later date, Attending the Ft. Dodge training school were: Richard E. Phillips, Lakota school; Charles Miller, Swea City school; Duane Anrens, Ledyard school; Sister Lucille Bresson, Algona, Garrigan 'high school; Sister Margaret Ootoman, Algona, Garrigan hjcjh school; Richard W. Schneider, Algona high school, and Wayne Keith, director of Koasuth County Municipal Civil Defense Agency, The course on personal and family survival is open to any adult. Instructors are available to any interested groups CARD OF THANK-W-We wish to express our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for the many cards,, memorial gifts, flowers, food and the many acts of kindness extended to us during the loss of our dear wife and. mother itosa Bohenberger. Your f^ressions P f sympathy will always be trea, sured. John Hohenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohenberger, Mrs. Margaret Vaudt, Mr and Mrs. Harry Ru& Pastor and Mrs- W H. Schie, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer. 87 THURSDAY, Aleens (lews) Advenes I Trib library at gets new books ' ••, • ' V." '•- i. •-. LuVerne—The library has received 671 new books from ffli North Iowa Library Bxten- ion. The books are Shelved and are awaiting patrons. Books that will be of special interest to adults are three novels in the extra large print for easier and speedier reading. The type in these novels in the size used in the small children's books. The novels available at this time are "The Pearl" by John Steinbeck, "Let The Hurricane Roar" by Rose Wilder Lane, "he Spy Whp Came In From the Cold" by John le Care. A few books that will be of interest to junior readers «re "Discovering Dinosaurs" by G. A. Blougjh, ''Through the Microscope" by M. O. Anderson, "The First Book of Washington" by Sbm and Beryl Epstein, and "The Stttchr ery Book—Embroidery for 'Beginners" by Irente Preston Miller and Winnefred Lubiel. These are only a few of the very fine collection alt the li- 'Mrs. Jerry Kubly of Lu Verne and her sister Mrs. Maryainin Marchant, of Livermore were in Hwnbo-dt Tuesday morning where they attended a 'birthday luncheon in 'honor of the birthday of their mother Mrs. Frank Johnson, Hostesses for the event were neighbors and friend's of Mrs. JOhnson;. Twelve guests shared the courtesy with calce and lunch 'brought to 'Mrs. Johntson's home by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ramus of Spiker, Minn., attended the funeral of his uncle Ed Ramus on Tuesday. Circle one of the WSCS of the Methodist church met on Wednesday aifibernooh, Nov. 1 in itlhe home of Oaira Mo Olefflan with Ltiandla Stone as cbMhositess. Vice-chairman Fern Neal presided. Twelve imembers and one guest, Marie Jackson, were present Devotions entitled "light of the World" were led by Ber- .niece Cox and Violet Goet- soh presented the lesson on the subject "Love thy NWgfir bar". The December meWt- ing will be at 8 p.m. in Hie home of Laura. Zwe&fel. Circle IU of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday afternoon Nov. 1 in the home of OUie Stall. Myrtle .Jordan presented the lesson entitled "A kind of Glory" with Faye Lichty 'giving the devotions. Mrs. Lichty also read a special poem on Thanksgiving. . Nine members answered roll call. Lunoh was served by the hostess. 'Circle Two of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday afternoon Nov. 1 in the home of Martha Wolfe with 11 members answering roll call with a Thanksgiving recipe. Laurene Jer- gensem gave devotions with Gold&e Guess presenting the 'lesson. An auction was held after the business meeting. Lunch was served by Mrs. Wolf. The Rev. Roy Biesemeyer attended the first of a series of welfare meetings in Hum- boidt on Friday. They are Public Affairs Education Programs sponsored by the Ckxjperative Extension Set-vice. Howard Smith, principal of the LuVerne 'high school is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. His address is Room 535, Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Weekend guests in- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maas were Mr. and Mrs. Carl FaM and Mrs. Louise Smith of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs, C p. Curtis of Boca Raton, Fla. The women) are sisters of Mr. Maas. Attending the open, house viait the new Wesley Jjbraiy on Saturday Nov. 4 were Helen R& ****** Stewart, BJB Weber, Eleanor -KuMy, Fay* Ljohty, Wilma Baeitervilk, Lucmdja Stone, Rose Patterson, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyie Shelton. Mrs. Emil Leistikow and son Frit? returned home after spenkfcng the weekend rejatjves in an4 , who has been va* to Superior, Wi», to board Hie _rrip for her return Wp to Cnkigfr Mid the naiafaMlet of the shipping setton. , EmM Lelstlkow was ho* to the annual fish supper sponsored by the Kerber Milling Co. of Emmetsburg at the Legion building in Livermore Friday evening. About 50 pa- ifrons attended the event. Mr. and Mrs. Les Calkins and family of Grand Haven, Midi., were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Julia Pergande. Mr. and Mrs. Catidns and their three children moved to Grand Haven last August. Mr. Calkins was the barber in LuVerne for many years; he is now • employed by the city of Grand Haven. Mr. and Mrs. William Bird of Humboldt, formerly of Lu Verne; Held a household sale in Humbcidt last week. They plan to leave Iowa and will- live in the state of Tennesee in the near future. Their two sons are in the service and their daughter Sue will move south with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hlnz of LuVerne became parents of their fourth child, ah 8 Ib. 13 oz. son, Thursday, Nov. 2 at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. ffinz now have-a family of three sons and a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Northrop are the maternal grandparents and 'Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hlnz the paternal, grandparents. Mrs. Lena Beisemeyer was hostess to the Evening Star circle of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church Thursday evening with 10 members answering roll call. Devotions were led by Thelma Trauger with Audrey Weber presenting the lesson. Lunoh was served by the hostess. Duren Watts spent Thursday evening in Clarion with his mother Mrs. Ralph Watts and with his father wtho is quite ill and a patient in the Clarion hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes were Sunday evening guests in the home oC JVur. and Mrs. Max King and family in Algona. 4 Dafawn Kinne, daughter of '•Mr. and Mrs: Luther Kinnte, was hostess at a Halloween party at her home Tuesday evening Oct. 31 from 4 till 8 o'clock. Guests were class- males of the 6th grade of 'the LuVerne school. The LuVerne Legion will sponsor a feather party at the Lsglon hall Friday evening Nov. 17. The public is invited. The Good Will truck will pick up all discarded clothing on Nov. 13 at the LuVeme Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Elmeh Bager 'and daughter Regina Dee, of Grand Lake, Colo, are visit* ing in the home of Mr. Bager's parents, Mr and Mrs. EU un Burial held it Irvingtoi for ex-resident Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Bud) Kubly were weekend guests in the homes of their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kubly and children of Lake City, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. John Kubly of Zumbro Falls, Minn. IRVINGTON NEWS Mrs. Percy Watnem was a Saturday visitor at Bruce Watnems, Humboldt. Mrs, Alfred Sehultz, Whittemore, and Mrs. Chester Alme visited their mother Mrs. Maude Blandiard at Lone Rock Wednesday, The Verne Smiths, Bradgate, were Saturday night visitors at Merle Haisrud's. Other callers were Bob Benkendorf and Rodney Gress. The Earl Osbornt and Jon of Cylinder and the Tom Olsons and Neit Olson, West Bend, were Sunday visitors * Carroll Qton's, , Irvington — Paul Hudson, 74, former Irvington man, died Nov. 4 in. a nursing home fit Omaiha. He had lung cancer and had been hospitalized most of the time for six months, either in Iowa City or Omaiha, where he most recently was cared for in a nursing home. Funeral services were 'held from the Methodist church at Fenton last Tuesday with burial at Irvington. In the early 1940s he and Mrs. Hudson 'operated a cafe in Algona. In later years he barbered in Fenton. He was married to Gladys Benson in AJgJona in 1913. and they 'had their 50th ann- ivrsary at the Oran Hudson home in' Algona in 1963. Mrs. Hudson survives. All the children alre living and are, Oran, Algona, James, FilLmore, Calif., Ira, of Flint, Mich., Mrs. ArviMa Vol- entone and Fred, both of Om. aha. Surviving also are one • brother and two sisters, Fred Hudson, Altoona, Wis., Mrs. Clara Van Steenburg, Flint, Mich., and Mrs. Aehsah Feax, Azusa, Calif. HIP IS BROKEN Claude Fowler, Irvington, who fell in the garage at his home here Wednesday, was taken to St. Ann hospital where it was discovered he had a fractured hip. He was .standing on a box in the gar- 'age to reach something when .he slipped off the box and vi : fell to the cement floor of the •garage. He had surgery on the hip Friday and it was also pinned. Claude makes his home here with his sister Mrs. Florence Co-well, and f ihe had just returned to his if home here from Pine River, Minn., where 'he had spent ^ seven weeks'with tiis brothef 1 Emimett Fowler. WADE BALL DEAD Herbert Rosenau received a. phone call from Mrs. Vernon Kilburn, Ohula, Mo., reporting the death of her uncle, Wade Ball, of Meadville, Mo., Mr. Ball, formerly of the Lakota and Algona ar reas, died suddenly Nov. 3. Mrs. Ball died several years «*>. /• . .-'• Guests at Charles Reaper's Thursday for Mrs. Reaper's birthday were the Durwood Walkers, and Leonard Han- -sens, both Irvington, the Albert Harms family and the Donald Hansens, both Algona, and the Dean Culbertsons, Lone Rock. Cake and ice cream were served. Mike and Randy, sons of the Dewey Stalling*, Algona, were 'Sunday visitors with their 'grandparents, the Robert Sellings. Mrs. Clyde' Dudley and the Melvin Martys, the latter of LuVerne, attended parents weekend at Westmar college ait LeMars Saturday and Sunday. Suzanna Dudley is a junior at Westmar and Dennis Marty is a freshman. * The Carroll Potters and Mrs. Gerald Coleman went to Addey Tuesday to visit the Kenneth Potters, Mrs. Coleman also attended a meeting for Presbyterial presidents there. The group returned on Wednesday. An overnight guest at Lawrence Miller's Saturday for rwo-^'e jQth birthday was Darlene Larson of Hurt. Visitors Sunday were the Victor Appiegates of Atnes. The J, W. Gardners, formerly of Algona, have purchased the house at the former Loren Larson farm and moved in Nov. 2. Mr. Gardner is manager of the Toloma fertilizer plant in Woden. The Gardners have two daughters aged 6.and 2. Pvt. Ronald Becker, who started his basic training at Ft. Campbell, Ky., August 14 is now at Fort Leonard Woo'd, Mb., and Nov. 6 began 8 weeks of mechanics schooling. Ronald, son of the Herman Beckers, will be home on a 20-day leave beginning Dec. 17. The Charles Riesetters, Eldora, were Sunday visitors at Ronald Sabin's. Sunday supper guests of the Herman Beckers were Gary Ludwigs, Shane and Steven. Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich and three of her children, Robyn, Jayne and Bill, and the Dan Froehflichs, St. Benedict, went to Des Moines Sunday and visited the Sanford Mitchells. Mrs. Froehlioh also visited the Al Lichters in West Des Moines. The families returned home Sunday evening. »eeeee«eeeeee»eeeeee»ee Ottosen Mr§. Donald Uth«r »»eeeeeeeeeeeeeee»»»e»e DIES AT 106 OttotMi—L. O. Clark, 106 year old grandfather of Mrs. Orville Ell'ngson, who hia'd had surgery Oct. 21, at Ames, •died last week. iMrs. J. B. Christiansen, of Marshall, Minn, .sister of iMrs. Riailph Richards, died Friday. She would have been 91 years old Nov. 21. The funeral was Monday afternoon at the Methodist church at Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Richards accompanied the Clint Harlans and Will SLttlier, Humboldt, to the services. Mrs. James Barber and Rh- ondia,- -West ^Bend, and -Mrs. Oliver 'Kinseth . were Sunday •afitertooo'n, visitors at Richard Kinseth's for Richard's birthday which was Sunday and for tods son Craig's birthday which was Saturday. Mrs. Earl Olson was hostess for the Lutheran church women Wednesday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Robert J. LeiMont gave the lesson. Guests were Mrs. Fre'd Benjamin and Mrs. Henry Olson of Bradgate. The Robert Speidhs, Algo- m, Not-thin Speidis and Michelle, Hampton, and Antone Speidhs and Edwin were Sunday guests at Paul Berning- ihaus's at Fort Dodge. The Clyde Coopers, Stew atitsville, Mo., were Wednesday overnight guests of his mother, Mrs. Essie Cooper. The Bill Mosers, of Morris, Minn., were Saturday overnight guests at Victor Banwart's. Mrs. W. G. Cooper, Mrs. Essie Cooper, and Mrs. Edward Zinnel visited Mrs. Mary Hansen at the Good Samaritan 'home at Estherville Friday. The Lester Wehrspans and Roger, Leo Tofteberg and Elden Hinz, LuVerne, were supper guests at Melvin Bratr land's at Bode. Elden ffinz, a nephew of Mrs. Bratland and Mrs. Weihrspan, is home on furlough from Viet Nam. The Roy Jacobsons were weekend guests of her sister, the Robert Whites, Sioux City. The Dr. Richard Thompsons, Britt, were Saturday overnight guests, at his bro- 'ther Howard Thompson's. James Fowler is now employed by the Farmers Cooperative Elevator here. The Roger Madsens, Shef- ifeld, spent the weekend with iher parents, the Chester Almes. The Warren Hankins, Cindy and Ronnie, Bode, and the Carlisle Halsruds, Rochelle and Marsha, were Monday night visitors at Merle Hais- rud's. The Roy Telfords were Sunday visitors at Oliver Lee's at Bode. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas Spent Dhe weekend at her daughter the Waldo Smebys, Mason City. •Mrs. Essie Cooper and 'Mrs. W. G. Cooper spent tvvo aifter- noons taking finish o£f a door from Mie historical buildr ing iat Humboldt. The door had been brought to .the home of Naomi Struthers where 'they worked on it. The Chester Almes were Monday night guests of her .,.,'SJfijtgir,. itflie ^John^Sones, Lau- •reris. The Edgar Meyers, Algona, were Sunday guests at James Fowler'si. The Mike Coyles were Sunday guests at their son the Berniard Coyles, LuVeme. The Oliver Kinsetlhs were Saturday guests of his sister Mrs. Meflvin Bergum at Humboldt. The Merle Halsruds, Jim Gary and Judy, were Thursday night guests at Donald Smith's at Gilmore City. CARD QT THANKS wish to thank everyon* 'most sincerely for retnafltf boring our husband, fhther end 'grandfather wMti cvrd* and visits before his pase-hg away. Also a special "thank you" to Pastor MueUer for Jus visits and prayem These acts of kindness Witt long be remembered by the family of Ed Ramus. , CARD QF THANKS—1 wish Ito thank everyone who remembered me on my birthday Oct. 29 with cards, gifts and visits at the Humboldt Health and Care Center where I reside. These tokens of kindness made this day one to cherish forever. Mrs Nell Biegger. CARD OF THANKS — We wish to express our most sincere thanks to everyone for card memorials and other acts of kindness shown us at the time of the death of our beloved husband, father and grandfather. These kind deeds will never be forgotten. The family of Robert J. Blumer. 47w87 NEED BEDDING? (Stalk Shredding? Green Chop, Toe?) THIS ONE DOES ALL THREE BRADY FIELDMASTER stalks make excellent . bedding—better > than ^ straw! :a;.; Just hitch your baler to the i Brady Fieldmaster and one ' trip through the field chops, •' shreds, and feeds the baler. Use it for, stalk shredding alone—or to chop, shred, and \ load green chop and stover silage. Clips pastures and idle acres, too. Full 72" cut. ^•Stop in or call me for a free demonstration on your farm. OMROUUMK LuVerne, lewa H *HHIHIHmi«IHHIH«mi«MHIHI«UIIHIIIMI HERE'S YOUR SCHEDULE FOR LuVeme BASKETBALL - GUP AND SAVE THIS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE • Boys • • Girls • i i Kostith Bii Site Sik Bids: ON MONDAY, NOVEMIER 13, 1967 The KeifMtH C»ur»ty ASCS County Commit!** will open M*M bidt en a limited number of tteel er •loml- num bint and <|Mefi»eti effered fer Mle et Hie inf *i tet ; whjle «ae w o*rrief ne pilots is undergoing repair, left for 0*ca# TiiMr* ftxwn where he w$J! fly , Titonka, Fenton, LuVerne, Hanita, Hobarton, Burt, Hincroft, Swea City, Lako t§, Ledyard, and Elroore. will be ecffpftJ «t the fevnty o«ie* witil ?:00 p.m. en November !3< 1W7. Anyon* interettMl in pur- chatiiHI iini tr tjvtitfttt §t «ny of Hie»e vtet m«y «•!! it fhf county office fer further informttion. Office IManafler. Ketfvth County ASCS Office 1304 North A«»in St., Alfen*, lewt Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Doc, Doc. Doc. Doc. Dec. Doc, Jon. Jon, Jan. Jon. Jan. Jon. Fob, Fob. Fob. Feb. 14—Buffalo Centor, here Nov. 17—Rockwoll-Swoledale, there Nov. 21— Shoffiold-Chapin, here Nov. 24—Thanksgiving Nov. 28—Goldfield. there Nov. I—Boono Volley, there Dec. $—Konowho, hero DOC. 8—Corwith-We«ley, here Dec. 15—Open DOC. 19^-Moforvoy-fhornton Dec. 22—Chrittmas Vocation Doc. 2—Op«n j an- 5—CAL, here j an . 9—Goldfield, hero j an , 23—Corwith-Weiley, there Jan. 2o^—Kanowha, there j tn , 30—Boono Volley, here j cn . 2—Klomme, here p«b, 6—Ventura, there Feb. 9—Open Ff b. 2«, 27,29—Boys SoctionoU Foe. 11—Palmor — 1st team Girls, here 17—Rockwell-Swaledale, there 21—Sheffiold-Chapin, here 24—Thanksgiving 28—Goldfitld. thoro 1—Boono Valley, thoro 5—Kanawha, hero 8—Corwith-Wesley, hero 15—Open 19—Meter vey-Thor nton 22—Christmas Vocation 2—Open 5—CAL, hero 9—Goldfiold, here 23—Corwith-Wesley, there 26—Kanawha, there 30—Boono Volley, hero 2—Klomme, here 6—Venture, there 9—Open 19 • 24-Qirli Soctionals Jin. 12, 15, le, 18, 20—North Star Conference Tournament - THII MESSAGE IPQNSQRiD »Y THESE PUBLIC SPIRITfD LMVfRHi MfiCHANTi CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE LU VERNE ftUILDJNG CO. LUVERNE CROP SERVICE LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO'OP, IPSVATQ PATTERSON ELECTRIC TR AUGER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK SANFORD PUimUinf & Heating

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