4-Alflona (la.) Upper 0*« Moines Thursday, Dec. 14, 1967 family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Knight, Edmonton, Canada. Also visiting in the Knight home were sisters and husbands of Mrs. Knight and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Guess: Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jones, Farnhamville, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Lund, Storm Lake. While there they attended the confirmation of their granddaughter, Daye Ann Knight, and celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Guess. Myrtle Jordan was 87 years old Sept. 16. Out-of-town guests for Myrtle Jordan celebrating 70 years of active membership at the Methodist church, Dec. 10 were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andre and daughters, Ft. Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ludwig, Waterloo; Mrs. Pat Harper and her six children, Grundy Center; Mrs. Evelyn Sorenson, and Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf, Algona. Doris Eggleston of West Des Moines is visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston. Mrs. Eggleston and Doris were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chambers. Mrs. Eggleston and Doris were Friday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ruppel, Webster City. On the return trip, they visited their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Art Henry, Eagle Grove. Annual Music Programs Set At LuVerne LU VERNE - The annual Christmas program by the vocal department of the LuVerne Community School will be held Friday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 in the gym. Grades one through six will be presented in an operetta entitled, "He Said He Was Santa," and the high school mixed chorus and girls' sextet will conclude the program with appropriate Christmas music. The program will be directed by Mrs. Phayne Heathman. Music Mothers will serve coffee after the entertainment. The LuVerne High School Band and Junior Band will present their Winter Concert Thursday, Dec. 21, at 7:30. A varied program of concert music along with traditional Christmas music is planned. The band is directed by- Jack Rembold. After the program, lunch will be served. Officers for the LuVerne High School band for 1967-68 are: President - Coleen Johns, Vice- president - Barbara Hurlburt, Treasurer - Connie Hefty, and Librarian - Teresa Gilligan. Three members of the band have been chosen to play in the N.C.I.B.A. Honor Band at Mason City. The students are Barbara Hurlburt, Teresa Pederson, and Danny Block. - o - WED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Helmke of Renwick will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 23 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Renwick, from 2-4:30 p.m. Their six children and families will be hosts: Norman and (Janice) Mrs. Gary Baster, Renwick; Jerry, Humboldt; (Lavonne)Mrs. Corwin Peer, Algona; (Gretchen) Mrs. Orin Reninger, Schaller; and (Kathryn) Mrs. James Duffy, Mercer Island, Wash. There are 19 grandchildren. No formal invitations are being sent. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. - o - AUXILIARY MET I American Legion Auxiliary met Dec. 4 at the Legion hall for a 6:30 dinner with 27 members present. Hostesses for the evening were: Joyce Nielsen, Melinda Swanson, Norma Watts, Sadie Wagner, Lucinda Stone, Marilyn Zentner and Lucille Ramus. Christmas carols were led by Lucinda Stone. Ruby Godfrey and Betty Guy had entertainment. Quiz games were played. The next meeting will be Jan. 8. Hostesses will be Marie Jackson and Marjorie Shelton. - o - CHURCH REPORT Circle I met in the home of Laura Zwiefel Dec. 7. Lucille Legler was co-hostess. Roll call was answered by My Favorite Carol; 11 members were present. A gift exchange was held. Donna Nelson and Mabel Holmes had entertainment. Circle n met in the home of Marjorie Shelton on Dec. 6 with 10 members present. Ella Weber had entertainment; a gift exchange was held. Circle ni met in the home of Yulamae Voss on Dec. 6 with 12 members and one guest, Mrs. Lena Biesemeyer present. A gift exchange was held. Entertainment was Faye Lichty and Florence Stewart. The LuVerne Methodist Church Sunday school program will be held on Dec. 22 at 8 p.m. The candlelight service will be held Dec. 24 at 11 p.m. The public is invited to all services. . o Rev. and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer attended the Humboldt Sub-district Ministers Christmas party Monday evening at Pocahontas. Dec. 18, LuVerne youth will be caroling. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll attended open house Dec. 10 at Titonka for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Buffington. Guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Bryan Stewart were Mr. and Mrs. B. Hardcopf, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stoll of Eagle Grove visited in the home ol his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll, Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Werling of Renwick and Mrs. Robert Blu- jner visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delain Blumer Sunday night. Mrs. Pelain Blumer spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moeding. Mr. and Mrs- Eldon Guess and Sonja returned home Pec. 10 after spending two weeks in the home ol their daughter and son-in-law and ACTION A fine performance was put on by the tremendous tapes of Dean Teeter, Saturday night, as the Sweatshirt Ball was held. Only kids with sweatshirts could be admitted. - o - Teacher: "If you have ten potatoes and must divide them equally among seven persons, how would you do it?" Larry: "I'd mash them!" Sunday Crash A 23-year old Kanawha man, James W. Brooks, was charged with a speed restriction violation after his auto struck a car driven by Joe J. Grandgenett, 60, Corwith, at St. Benedict at 7:55 a. m. Sunday. The Kanawha man also sustained a cut lip and damage to the vehicles was estimated a $450. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood Investigated. Injured List Paul Seller of Algona, tackle for the New York Jets in the AFL, was placed on the waived injured list by the club Thursday. Seller, a 1963 Garrigan High graduate and second team All- American choice as a senior at Notre Dame a year ago, sustained a leg injury early during the current season and had not seen action for some time. He will probably miss the remainder of the schedule. Split Games Algona's junior high basketball teams shared a pair ol games at Emmetsburg last Wednesday, the seventh grade win* ing, 39-12, while the eighth grade lost, 31-23. The locals travel to Britt for another pair of contests today, Dec. 12. The chance to sign up for boys intramural basketball was given last week for any nonparticipating boys in athletics ... .this should be a pretty good season forintramuralbasketeers since the "refs" are Don Richter and Rog Barr. Well howaboutthatl The "Fabulous Sounds" will not play at the Sno Ball dance December 231 Instead, the "Leaves of Grass" will show up. . . .real good! - o - The muscle that clones a clam's shell is, for its weight, the most powerful muscle known. A wonderful thing happened to Steven L. Schultz last week! He won a color television for writing a paper for a feed company. The other prizes were a tractor, lawnmower, and a roadster. We think Steve made a fine decision on his part. Congratulations, Steve I - o - In case you haven't been to a varsity basketball practice you should drop into the gym sometime. If you do, be sure to watch Mike Betts. Especially when someone is shooting a free- throw. He has some fine talent at the opposite end of the court when that goes on I - o The new all-time record for "throat clearing" is 190 times set by chemistry teacher, Mr. Thees. The old record was 52(?) Well, anyway, congratulations go out to Mr. Thees. - o - Another F.B.L.A. bake sale was held last Friday after school. 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