Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1967 · Page 7
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(laws) \ MC, 4,19*7 4^^^^' nann* Tales Ctthy sadist's step towards grad when they choae their claascok**. The •uiMeaj wrestlers have started out Hie season wtth wins over BHtt and Blue Earth. Saturday they took part hi the Eagle Grove Inrvl- (ataonals where they repre* sented Algona wen. The junior vanity has also done a fine job. Fairmont. The ice en the sidewalk* made wanking to Junch and to the floater luUdtag a ttttle difficult last week, Get any bnii»es, Julie? observed by Bode couple Volleyball intramurab ed wMh a senior-team as oh Bode — The Harold Skaug_ stads, Bode, Mad their golden The members are wedding November 24. No Stony Deal, Lana open house was planned but Linda Ross, Bev a number of relatives and Btahop, Linda Host, Knudaon, Jan limbauajh, Deb Laws, Snarl Wagner, and Judy Soobba. Diane Loguc, Maria Wittkopf, Linda Darby. shire, Mary Lovstad, Vkky Anderson, Sue Jeraenaon, Nito Umbaugh, Lyrni Erlck- son, and Nancy Haag composed the freshman team that placed second. Oongnatulationfl, giils! •...••;:X . -AHS— ., .'. 1st period gym class on Tuesday played a new game celled "Measure Your SUitts." A rufttng was put info being that day which said that aU aWrts can't be higher than 1% inches above the knee. Some gilds are having a job lengthening their starts! -AHS— The Bulldog Cagers have a suoceissful season thus far with victories over Emmetsburg and Swea City. They met the Eagle Grove team Friday. Christie's JV is foilaw- •n the vanity's footsteps also with 2 wins. The sophomore basketball team was victorious over the Sentral junior varsity last Monday night. Tne AHS freshman team lost to the Sentral sophomore team. Mark Olson was high point man for the AHS sophomores. eaessaesaaaaaassaaaeee Swea Eagle AA*ai laTsaMBSAAoSaV aftaasaav^Bfeai IVIrVa IXEJIIIIEJIII aVrVHW >eeeaaasaasssaseaeeee<r Thanksgiving guests at Ralph Walker's were the Martin Danls, Dick Dafals, Albert Swahaons, Ed Petersons, Pearl Dahl and the Lowell Farlands and Sherri, Ceylon, Minn. The Keith Poshustas family, Mason CUy, and the Unus Vaakes, Rolfe, were Thanksgiving guests Sunday at the parental Harold Carr's. The Leo Guerdets, Armstrong, and Robert 'Holms were Sunday evening callers at Harold Carr's, The Maurice Carre, Lu- venue, Minn., were Friday «nd Saturday guests at Harold Oarr'a. The Art W. Larsons were Wednesday to Sunday guests of his brother, the Ray Lex- sorts, Bettendorf. The Arthur Kitchta and Wallace and Paulett and Pam Jensen, Casey, were Wednesday to Friday guests of another daughter, the 'Russell darto, Lawrence, Han. PaUkttt Krecht and Miss Jensen are students at Central college at PeUa. Thanksgiving guests at Walter Hans'* were the G. G. Jorgensens, Ledyard, and Loren Hanses, Keith and Kim, Fairmont. Sunday evening the Walter Hansel attended service* at the Presbyterian church at Ukote, where her nephew, Rev, B. J, Ukena, Anfceny, wv* speaker. They were oof* lee guests at }, & Wbrttnan'i W^^'W'E^/ w**MW 'Iftpw «^p^ »^^flr-( • Tne Andrew Browses and Jay irones were Thanksgiving guests at William Buh- minn's at Emjugns, Minn; Thjaiitogtvtng guefts it Aug- ustRobison's. Mian., were overnight g>iests ependtog • i Cram aha navywith h*par- spent last weekend In Urm- ^alaOOlaw ^nMttflK alaV tiUI0M Mafllt Nette Schauow and Neal Jensen. The Seval tfahfcm HoUi, DoUiver. *id a» guests Sunday* Dr. The Dick Waterburya, Cher- R**art Olson, the Btmntet- okee, were Sunday vttten at tera Roland and Joan, Don- Jena Madsen's. aid McCartneys, and Mickey The Carl Schaubergers Bonnstetter, West Bend, Oer- were Thanksgiving oaflert at •** Bertes, St Joe, and Palm- Wffllam Schauberger* at ar Ho|den, a^idaM at Ama. Odrcd returned by plane Tuesday to the base at San Mrs. Una Dale had as recant guests, the Ivan Dales and Mark, Kenneth Dales, Humboldt, Ed Malmtns, and MTB. Syneva. Date. . • • Mrs. Leona Pflibsen was a guest Thanksgiving of her son, the Donald Pfltbsens, Badger. "•" ' "• •• ' . The AKtn Hollands, Bau Claire, Wis., spent the Thanksgiving weekend with his parents, the Archie Hollands. • ' •• • ; '' ' ; '• •'•• Guests at Art Christiansen's for Thanksgiving were the Don 'Larsons, Kansas- City, Jim Christiansens, Attanttc, Richard Christiansens, Hum- bbbft, and Don Christtansons, Bode. The Don Bakkens had a number of Mn. Bakkent rel- aJtkves for Thanksgiving including the Don Aures, Moni add Becky, the Max Jensens, Bode, G. W. Jansens and Ron Weesefe family, Palmer, the ffiento Jansens, Dennis Jansens, Irvin Jansens, and the Ron Aures, Humboldt. The .Floyd Palmers spent the weekend before Thanksgiving at their daughter, the Merle Opheims, Iowa CUy. The Bill Reeds and Harold Demory spent Thanksgiving in Osage at Donald Torgerson's. The Burton Roods joined other relatives for Thanksgiving at 'Mrs. Rood's niece in Des Moines. The Norman Hollands and Tommy Kissingers and Cheryl, Ltvermore, went to De- tioralh Sunday to see the Mes- aidh at the Luther CoUege field house. Roberta Riolland and Danny KxsBingeir wejre members of the 1000 voice choir.-, - v " : --i*,fefev .. Ester Opheim and Mrs. Mirciia Berry hill of LLver- more, went to Northwood Thanksgiving as guests at BdOpheim'S The Art 'Hansons were guests of their daughter, the tteif parwite to |ti«i« «f tfti ArruTwi«afl», Rflsttftc tBd^KiftiiiiL Jte Olsons visited Mrs. Ota*!*, fiawniMit, Rrtdty and day, aftd returned to 10 AND JO YIAMI AOO Sunday. MM. Viola Thon^wfi hid Mrs. Martha Crsriftiarton and tkaia, And Mn. Olaf Olson as Thantaglvttig gwet». The 'doY & 'do«t's' of Hick hinting ('57) Dennis Sthoby Ami Gary Borrow jjftHitipated at an opening debate at Fort Dodtte. • Ajgont won toe trophy to we 11-tnaft "»" Division Mid patted to the mktdfe of tfw 12-man "A () squad oompetton. the Debate town it coached by Dick Pkitner, some, All Jump out of Che oaf aftd Atirt stiootlfig at orsS;. Ottier hunters w*io h«ve been vwWng fof flufifise wttl be 11, ThfW tfie wnote friends called. Julia Bakken, daughter of the T. O. Bak- kens, and Harold Skaugstads, were married by the Rev. J: W. Grone in Clarion. Oliver Bakken and Mrs. J. W. Grone were their 'attendants. The Skaugstads are parents of a eon Bart, Compton, Cattf. 'Friday guests at the Skaug- stad home came from Hum- bdttt, Des Moines, Iowa City, Mmneapolis, BeU Plalne, Mtoh. Other guests over the weekend were from Hester, Lakota, Lake Mills and Buffalo Center, Forest City and Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Earl of Compton were 0, 1tS7 Olann 0. NaWaln had far many years held a dootorate degree in professorship at Rock Hill, S. C., but he was. an Algona boy before all that, 1 and « story in the Advance •bout AHS football history mtode him sH and take real notice, for it brought back stttl lively memories of his, own football days, hence the recollections in this following story. . . ."1 read with pleasure your story of old times in AHS football. When you spoke of the year 1912-13, that was my senior year, and you tossed the ball to me, for 1 remember it pretty well.* That year the team consisted of the following boys, Steve' Stevenson, LE; "War Horse!' Kresensky, LT; Johnnie Don- «hoo, LG; Russ Peterson, C; "NauJHoee" Naudain, KG; Sam Kuhn, RT; Jonah Ives, RR; Bones Laird, Q; Capt. Lee 'b played Marahalitown, Webster CUy, Mason City, Eagle Grove, Waterloo, and Em- nwtsburg. The only game we tost that 1 recall was to Emmetsburg. 1 recall our game at Mason City. We stayed over night at the Park Inn Hotel which was quite a treat for us. We walked around the square after the game with greet glee and noise. Not long ago we had a Rotary meeting with a speaker claiming how much better things are now compared to the past, and he especially picked the decade of 1920-30. He told how terrible prohibition was; the Cfepones; the terrible republican corruption; the terrible music; how bad the girls were, with dresses above their knees, clinging styles, etc. etc. At the end of his speech he asked now who would like to live that decade over? 1 couldn't help saying, in all courtesy to the speak- Nugent, LH; "Tug" Wilson,, er, that 1 thought the girls FB; and "Fat" Barton, flH.| in that decade were pretty Where the nicknames camel from I don't know, but thats what we were respectively called. "Fat" Hastings the ilawyer was our coach, with the help of Chuck Nicouln, and "High" Williamson also helped a little. That year we had a pretty good season, if remember and "cute"-in fact I married one- and 'have never regretted it! My I would have brought the 'house down with that one." Dr. Glenn C. NaudauiL The debate teams with Paula Priebe and Linda Smilth, Tom Hutchison, Maurice Noel and Richard Otoen, Jim Anderson, Karen Hutchins, er at West Bend for the past 2itt years retired this week Cront the office* Her* is a rather leftfthy column from the Main Stem especially for the hunters. A bit long but too clever to pass up. It is a bit satirical so don't be offended. HOW TO HUNT PHEASANTS AND WATERFOWL 1. Before leaving town, get plastered, but good. Take plenty of whiskey along (for snake 'bites, you know). It helps to keep you warm and steadies your aim. 2. If you have a car that will make 75 miles per hour, drive 85. You must get to the 'hunting area before anyone else does. 3. Drive through all the open fields you can find and dont dose any gates. Even cut the fence if it is in your way. (Farmers love to have their stock out and mixed up with their neighbors). 'Never ask permission from a farmer to hunt, or pay any attention to posted land. 4. Be sure to load your gun before leaving, putting a dheOl in the barrel. This is important. You may only have two friends to bring back when you started with three. This is the best method of (helping a Mend avoid his income tax that way. 5. On with the hunt! Drive sill around the lake before daylight, shining your lights over- it to see if there are any ducks on it If you see to be in Bode but called them several times. There are three grandchildren, • Jaimes, David, and Karen, all •Hiving in California. Sunday afternoon friends and relatives were guests in the Skaugatad home. The Dick 'Balkkens acted as hosts: Others assisting were Mrs. F. L. Bakken serving coffee, Mrs. Walter Bakken, served cake, Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, Huimboldt, served punch and Correne Shirk, Lake Mils. A arrangement of gold mums was sent the Skaugsttds from the Herman f Guerithers, LaPuen- ta, California. BROTHER IS DEAD Roy Knudslein, 70, Pobtvil- to, former resident of Harmony, Minn, died Nov. 22, at the. Veterans Hospital, Wau- Bob Joselyns, Ctariom, Thanks- kon, following a three months giving. Illness. A retired carpenter, ihe was born August 5, 1897, son of the Rasmus Kiiud- aHens, in Humboldt County. He waa married to Lillian Bendickson at Humboldt, October 27, 1923. He was a veteran of World War I. Survivors are three sons, Raymond, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.; Dewey, Grundy Center; and Roy Jr., Bethany, Okla,; three daughters, Mrs. Hanford (Oatherine) Erickson, Vlaalia, OaHf.; Mrs. Richard (Betty) ScNtbeck, Ft. Bragg, N. C.; and Mn. Donald (Dolores) Hager, Postviue; one brother, Andrew Knudalien, Preston, Minn.; three sisters, Mrs, Arthur Hanson, Bode, Mrs. buga Monkeiien, PocaJhontas, and Mrs. Omar Amundsen, Several from Bode attended the All-State concert at Des Moines Saturday evening. Attending were the Don Aures, Connie Rossings, Wayne and Gary QhristianSon. Becky Aure, Marge Thompson, Jerry DeBoom, JuMe Ver- Steeg, Mary Wilson, and CjMig Kinseth were Twin Rivers students in the concert. The Oliver Lees had as weekend gueste their son Terry Lee, Highland Park, suburban Chicago, and Jason and Brian Lee. The LeRoy Worbys were Sunday guests. Thanksgiving day the Lees were guests of the Worbys, The Ronald Olsons went to Des Moines Wednesday where Jane and Mary Lou Olson ac- fl, If you notice someone m a good spot who in having pretty fair shooting, walk up to liim and strike up a con- vertation. If any mote ducks come in sight empty your gun on them long before they are in range, ,. 7. When hunting pheas< ihope it did you. ants, every time you return to the car, shut your birds up tight in the trunk and everybody take tome off for a few snorts, it will pep you up and youTl be able to shoot much better. 8. Shoot everything that gets up in- front of you. If you discover that you have shot a hen, laugh it off and get reiady to again blast any Hhing that flies up. 9. On field drives, always hurry ahead of the others. If you run, you'll get to the end of the field as soon as the birds do and you'll get all kinds of shooting. Get mad when >they fly up out of range. Make it a practice to shoot low, especially when in tall weeds, corn or brush. The rest of the fellows will duck when they hear you tfioot. Besides, the doctor will appreciate aU the business they can get. 10. When you get home, pile «fl the birds in a warm place and let 'them 'lie there aA least over night, preferably for a day or two. Shot up entrails give you birds a real "gamey" taste when given this treatment. Then decide you'd .rather not clean them yourself and take them to the looker. They will keep well and taste real fine. The locker man will enjoy processing 'them for you and never nas anything else to do but explain why your birds are (pheasant), or Cross out two. ^ 11 isn't it lucky that only some huflton (not you) hunt.. ft take car* of their ame lake*-' this? This article appeared in (he Cornhusker AutmtoV tive Booster ctub (whatever .thmt to). It unused us and we MI*, •'& 1*47 -r«f '^'r^ • <-*>^ <*$ < *o «H ! Robert tartan, whe has been custodin at Cafl State Park for over a year, resign- >. ed as an employee of the Iowa State Conservation Com- , mission. Mr. Fred L, MoMU< lin will replace Mr. Barton , who has accepted a job with the postof flee department in Des Moines. Cacil McOtnnis has been named as police chief by Mayor KohJhaas at a meeting of the dty council Thursday. A baskatball team composed of former girl players from Wesley defeated the high school team in a game played ait Wesley rajantiy. Participating were: Mrs. Gayle Studer, formerly Mary Lou Haverly; Rose, Studer; Bernie Johnson; Irene Hanig; Anna Mae Hirner and Mrs, Everett Ackerson, the former Jeannine Studer; Teresa Lorenz and Laura Ann Miller. Ola Kvamsdala of Swea City arrived home from a 3 month visit to Norway. This was the first visit for Mr. Kvamsdale to the land of his birth. His return was in time to join in the 90th birthday festivities of his invalid mother at the village of Myttng Post, near Bergen. Seventy relatives gathered to observe birthday and arrival of American ?*', •A it ti . *> Fre4 inj» were Thankagj it DaiTel NwtoV iiMdjy, ft* ftey4 gomaryi w«re gu«jy <g : te uaoa. the Roinr Luutejli. T8B|9BaPF?. W.W-! ^^^W* . JJy.'-'^flWPrp* 1 -'- J t'l Subscription 4 OFFER • •• $ 3,00 County Advance To Now Subscribers Living In KossMlh Cointy or Adjoining Post Offices. Regular $5.00, In Tbo United Stalos. 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