AtLakotals A Big Success Lakota' — A large crowd was present to witness the all-star benefit basketball game held Wednesday evening in the Lakota gym. Prior to the game rules were announced and new rules were: no dribbling on the ceiling, no stepping on toes, no coaching from the sidelines, no rotten apples or eggs in the gym and no arguing or roughing up the referees. Starting lineup for the Reds were Jurikermeier, Jansen, Harper, Sachs and Johnson. For the Whites, Hoeppner, Sunde, Helvick, McMullen and Wilted Stilt. Others who saw action on both sides were Cook, Karels, Hanken, Boyd, Rieffer, Hindrlcks, Bierle and Price. A free throw .contest for women was held during one intermission with Gen Hanken the winner, making 3 out of 5 shots. At another intermission, the school faculty challenged a team of any number, provided they were forty years or over. Auxiliary Meeting American Legion Auxilary met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Jerry Heetland, with Mrs. Ronald Heetland as co-hostess. It was decided to purchase three books for the library in memory of Cort Rippenfcrop and Emory Smith. 125 Valentine favors were made to send to the children at the state hospital at Woodward. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the .meeting. Circle Meetings The Esther and Mary groups of St. Paul's Lutheran church met Wednesday. The Esther group met at 2 p.m.. Devotions were given by Alvina Edwards and the topic by Marion Meurer! Hostesses were Pauline Patterson, Bertha Mabus and Ella Addy. The Mary group met at 7:30 p.m. at the parish hall. Devotions were given by Lois Weringa and Jacky Stecker gave the topic. Hostesses were Aileen Dorenbush, Bessie Bauman, Delores Sachs and Mabel Clabaugh. Lakota high school has taken part in the Every Pupil Scholarship test program given at, the beginning of the 2nd semester's work. The Interstate Power Co. men's bowling team entertained then- wives at dinner Thursday evening. Members and wives attending were the Al Johnsons, Ray Hertz- kes, Jim Meurers, David Boekcl- mans, Herman Juttings, Jake Petersons and Alvin Boettchers. Thcrsday afternoon was elimination contest for declamation students of the Lakota high school. Mrs. Weimer is the instructor. Winners will compete in the district contest to be held Feb. 22-23 at Estherville. those competing in the oratory contest were Darrel Clabaugh, Albert Becker, Clare Barrett, Charold Barrett, and Stanley Tjaden; humorous: Wallace Christ and Carolyn Ley; dramatic: Wayne Cbrdes, and interpretive prose: Carmen Cook and Clare, tiarrett. Luther League met in St. Paul's parish hall Monday evening, Thomas Addy was in charge of devotions. Paul Geilenfeldt gave the topic. Guests at the home of Mrs. Vera Blprhe Thursday to, help Mrs. Kathrine Sachs celebrate Iher 84th birthday were Mrs. Rufus Olthoff, Mrs. 'David Patterson, Mrs. Bertha Trump, Mrs. Virgil Sachs, Mrs. Lena Swarz, Mrs. Fred Mabus, Mrs. Will. Mabus, Mrs. Eldon Sachs, Mrs. Roger Aukes and Mrs. Mary Sachs and Marjene. Arnold Sachs, David Sleper and Carolyn Ley 'attended the 4-H winter camp in Madrid Saturday and Sunday. 32 dampers from Kossuth and Hancock counties Were present. Mr. and Mrs. Al Johnson and family attended the funeral Monday for his sister, Mrs. Ernest Logue at Livermore. Mrs. W. E. Ley, Mrs. W. D. Ley, Mrs. Mary Telkamp of La- tota and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop of Titonka attended the Republican Women's Membership Tea in Algona Tuesday. W. D. Ley and I. E. Wortman were Lakotans attending the Republican dinner at Des Moines Thursday evening. Guests at Elmer Junkermeier home Saturday evening to help them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary were Mr." and Mrs. Lou Junkermeier of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. .Caryl Owens and family of Winnebago, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier and family of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ahrends and family of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Rev. and Mrs. Harlan Kruse and M. Don Bulfer attended the concert in Algona Monday evening. 'iCS • Jri Vi iJi Will Sponsor Turkey Dinner Burt — Burt WSCS members voted at their February meeting to again sponsor a church turkey supper. The date of the supper will be announced later. The members also voted to pur- dha$e matched table service and stainless steel silverware for use at the church. Methodist youth attending any of the church camps this summer will be given $5 each toward their camping expenses by the local society. Devotions of the day were given by Shirley Lovstad and the lesson on Latin America was conducted by Lorraine Campney. Hostesses were Wantalee Hawcott, Jean Lockwood, Inez Graham Marie Parsons, and Louise Me Farland. The meeting was conducted by the president, Mary Jean Andrews with 35 members in attendance. Four Birthdays Four birthdays were celebrated Sunday by members of the Chauncy Chipman family, with a one o'clock dinner, followed by a social afternoon at the Chipman home. Birthdays of Chauncy, his son' Richard, Bancroft, daughter- in-law Mrs. Myron Chipman, Ames, and Dean Hendrickson were observed. • Attending were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. 'Chipman, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Chipman, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chipman and family, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chipman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hendrickson and Steven, Algona. Blilc Birds Met Burt Blue Birds 4-H club met with Carole Wiener Saturday. Rosemary Ulses was elected Talks wefe given by Judy Chef* land and CaMe Wiener. A demonstration was presented by BVe* yn Cherland and Diane Persoift, Mrs. Russell Patterson was W 1 ting mother. The next meeting will be held at he home of Valerie Holding Mar. 3. Methodist church circles ,wlll meet Feb. 21. ftebecca circle will have a 1 o'clock pot luck luncheon at the home of Vera Schwietert; Rhoda circle will meet with Mabol Campney; Rachel circle will meet at the home of Benita Mitchell; Ruth circle will meet with Louise McFarland. The UPW will hold a meeting Feb. 21. Mrs. Ronald Ortman will have devotions. The program will be given by Naomi Junkermeier. Hostesses are Ethel Dremmel, Ruth Alice Patterson, Eva Patterson and Eva Shipler. Robert Leason, who has been Tuesday, February 20, 1962 AlfldHa (lo.) Uppar Dfe* to Mason City Thursday. Cliff had a check-up while there. Carilyn Hinckley, sophomore at Morningside college, spent the weekend with her parents, the Al Hinckleys. The Burt Blue Birds 4-H club are holding a bake sale and serving coffee Saturday, Feb. 24, at the .1 and D Laudromat. Members of the Mariners Club spent two days working at the church. The walls in two Sunday- school rooms were painted, furniture painted, floors refinished and a general cleaning was completed. Mrs. Harley Hanson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Soderburg to Mason City Thursday where the two ladies had medical check-ups. The annual U and I club banquet was held at the Cunningham Cafe Tuesday evening with 30 members staying at the home of his sister,' and guests present. Club president, .. ' -2 ,, „ !_ . —i!—i. .a Maxine Angus presided at the pro- Plan ?, Meetings Dr. John Herrick, Extension Veterinarian from Iowa 'State University, will conduct two public meetings on Wednesday, February 21, on livestock disease control. The first meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. at the Legion Hall at Burt. The second meeting 8:00 p.m. at the Swea City High school. secretary of i the club and Judy Spry, club reporter. Mrs. C. M. Gross, is a patient at University hospital, Iowa City. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John KadOW, Mrs. Carroll Fraser, Mrs. C. M. Gross and Mrs. Paul Dremmel, Algona, went to Iowa City to spend the day with him. Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Bohi were Sunday guests at the Kenneth Sarchets. Other guests were the Robert Sarchets, F. L. Ryersons, and John Spears. Rev. Wm. Bohi attended a meeting of the Spencer,district Methodist ministers at Ruthven Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Lacy entertained at bridge at their home Saturday evening. Guests were Supt. and Mrs. Harold Martin, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith and Mr. arid Mrs. Dale Lockwood. Norman Carlson, student at Hamilton college, Mason City, spent the weekend at the parental Axel Carlson home. Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Smidt went to Aplington Tuesday and attended a Town and Country Convocation Tuesday evening. Herman Rachut, Sr. left Friday for California where he will visit his daughters, Stella and Shiela and families and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Abbas went gram. Slides and an interesting alk was given by Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter on their trip to Alaska. AMARYLLIS Mrs. Albert Bergstrom of Ogden lias an amaryllis with four blooms on one stalk. Last year there were r^^•r^- - ^« ™ —^ ~» Irvington Marguerite M. Haye* The Fun & Do Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Altman. Guests were Mrs. Vern Klein, Mrs. Ernest Bormann and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas. Winners of prizes in 500 were Mrs. Klein, Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Gerald Frankl. Next meeting of the club will be March 15 at the home of Mrs. Bob Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Davis and son Gary and Mrs. Lee Colwell and Claude Fowler were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colwell at Dakota City last Sunday. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. John Powers at Humboldt. 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