The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 4, 1967 · Page 8
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A (0 s*ree«» •eforlly m*tt ee reee/weW rer ffce •/••«• Oiea fe Humboldt junior high ploced 94 on first honor roll of j Bvaboidt Jttior ran atneV a "V Quo) hoaor roD were John Btaactevd, Baade Boade, Jaae Cra» Ji« Erieksoe, Jeff Hastisfs. Bofer Bland. John Locke, **«•• MlkelsoB, Petty Cfcemea, Hetty Oltoe, Dm Scfcrtber, mA Ver- alta WQliaeas. all *il* straight •1" a*en«e*. Oe tte seves* frt4e letel. Locals Mrs. Fred Jensen of rural Humboldt attended a North Iowa Conference meeting at Iowa Falls, Tuesday. January 31. This was Training Day for District Officers in the conference of the WSCS. She substituted for Mrs. Anna Hope of Humboldt who is the Fort Dodge District Christian Social Concerns chairman who was unable to attend. Roger Wilson of Farnhamvflle came Monday and was an overnight guest of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Schenck. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mangle of Humboldt recently attended the annual three-day Lennox Dealer meeting held at c MarsnalUpwn. la., with John Jforrfs ST., p>es- ident. E. C. Booth,"secrefary- treasurer, J. H. Bragg, Midwest Division vice president andgen- eral manager, and B. W. Took, divisional sales manager, as the principal speakers. James Morey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morey of Livermore, called from Manilla, Phillipine Islands, at 6 a.m., Sunday, Januarv 29. to wish his parents a happy birthday. While his ship was in Manilla, he stayed at Manilla Hotel where President Johnson stayed on bis recent tour. Re is stationed on the USS Enterprise and will return from service the middle of July. Shower to bo hold Fob. 10 far Peggy Reid THOR-A shower wfll be held tor Petty Ann Reid of Santa Sprints, Calif., bride-to-be of Dion Abrams, at the parish hall of Thor Lutheran Church Friday afternoon, February 10 at Z p.m. All are welcome. Mrs. Joe Olson was hostess at a towel shower tor Mrs. Harry Crortsiv Monday afternoon. Mrs. Thomas Ntrvig, Mrs. Roger HoitoD, sod Mrs. GUman Boilon were co-hostesses. Bingo and contests were played for entertainment. A troop of friends and neighbors were present The Crofisiers wfll move soon to their new home. Mrs. Cliff Landers vas a dinner guest of Mrs. Peter Helvtk at Humboldt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlon Bens and Benee aad Relnoold Kuehnast visited at the Lee Pishel home at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr. aadMrs. John Christopher were dinner guests at tie Dick Christopher borne Sunday. Belly Dornam is •pending the week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Waldron, at WeMer City, Mr. ant Mrs. Frank!!* Fischer of contort City were sapper ~ et tie Hamy Basement Plan the Born-Barker wedding at the 2ton Lutheran Church In Beaver Township and the dinner following the ceremony at a restaurant in Clarion. EYerette Vorrie left by plane from Des Motnes the past week for Guadalajara. Me*., where he will spend the remainder of the winter. Bonnie Born of the University of South Dakota visited a few days during the semester break with her grandmother, Mrs. Georgina Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swart- tendruber visited at the E.-E. Swartcendruber home at Manson Sunday, and visited Mrs. Lew Hippan at the hospital at Fort Dodge enroute. Mr. and Mrs. George Weston and girls spent the week end at the John Harper home at Mlt- chellvflle. Mrs, James Anderson and son accompanied them and remained for a week's visit in the Harper home. Mrs. Albert Wllbelm of Lu- Verne spent this past week at the Lew Hippan home to assist while Mrs, Hippan was a hos- . pital patient Mr*. - k U. E. Cuppc of Eacle Grofe was a lunch giJest at the GOman Hoiton home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Abrams spent Sunday at the L. W. Switter home at Llscomb. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson attended a card party at the Jim Cramer home at Wool stock Saturday evening. Bruce Nelson of Drake University of Des Moines spent Friday night and Saturday with his parents, the Marvin Nelsons. On Sunday, the Nelson family visited at the Harry Nelson home at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Obrecht spent last week end with Mrs. Ina Johnson at Fayette. Virginia Kemna, Copped Jan. 29 OTTOSEN-Vlrginla. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kemna. who is a student nurse at Creigbton Memorial St. Joseph's Hospital at Omaha, Neb., was capped Sunday at Boystown Music Han in Nebraska. There are 82 nurses in the class. Attending the ceremony from Ottosen were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kemna, Mark and Marlys, Mr. and Mrs. James Roupe Boone Volley girls win eleventh game of West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jergens. Debbie and Don- nle, of Humboldt. Virginia returned home with them for a week's semester break. Russell Gatton, 21, grandson of Mrs. Anna Purdy. was burled Thusday beside his father at the Ft. Sneillng Cemetery near Minneapolis, Minn. He was a victim of leukemra. His father was killed In an auto accident In 1953. Survivors are his mother and step father, and a brother. Jeffrey, 18. Those who attended from Iowa were Mrs. Purdy, Mrs. Irene Johnson of Lanesboro; Wilbur Johnson of Bode; Lee Johnson of Iowa Cty, ami Bob Winker of Lytton. Rev. and Mrs. Warren Alderson and daughter, Bethany, of Brldgewater, South Dakota, were Monday night guests of Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. LeMont. Dentse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson, celebrated her eighth birthday Thursday. Guests at her home after school were Julie Sioeman, Cindy Kunce, Valorle Schafer, Laurie Lauck. Cheryl Struecker, Sherry Thompson, .Cheryl Cnrtirtensen, and Lori Lynn Gentry? * Mrs. C. W. Havtland of Humboldt was honored Sunday for her February first birthday with a dinner at the Imperial Cafe at Bode and an afternoon of visiting at the Neal Olson home. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lancelot Johnson of Thor, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Verbrugge of Humboldt. Roger Wehrspann and his uncle, Walter Hint, of Lu Verne were at Pierre, South Dakota, from Friday until Tuesday, Ice fishing. Kathy Williams, who has been practice teaching at Ft. Dodge, has returned to her studies at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. She is a senior. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Merta of Wesley were Sunday night visitors at the Donald Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg, Mrs. Chris Anderson, and Mrs. Jack Strickland visited Chris Anderson at Lutheran hospital Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Henely of Luverne, Minn., were Saturday overnight and Sunday visitors at the Donald Cooper home. Bob Cooper of Ames was also a week-end guest. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and family were also Sunday dinner guests. Donnn Erdman's 34-polnt performance paced the Boone Valley girls past Lu Vorno, 59-53, list Tuesday night. The game was deadlocked seven times In the first quarter with the lead changing hands on three occasions. Scoring was distributed evenly among BVs forwards, Donna, Mary Stevenson, and Ronanne Barracks. A bankshot with two seconds remaining In the period by Roxanne created a 14-14 tie. Donna scored nine of her 11 second quarter points In the final five minutes after Lu Verne produced a 20-20 tie. Roxannc added six points as BV led at Intermission. 31-26. Karen Bottln, Lois Lenlal, and Jerl Erdman held Lu Verne to eight points In the third quarter as BV constructed a 44-34 margin. Donna swished six crucial free throws, pumped In two 15- footers, and added a couple of assists In the fourth period as BV enlarged Us lead to 59-47 before the substitutes closed out the action. Boone Valley's season record now stands at 11 wins and three losses. Being a non-conference game, the girls North Star Conference mark remained at six vlns and one loss. A disastrous first quarter kept the Boone Valley boys from a possible victory as Lu Verne topped BV. 81-68, last Tuesday night. Boone Valley couldn't get started while Lu Verne spurted to a 6-0 lead and increased It to 22-9 by the end of UK first period. Lu Verne outshot, out- rebounded and outplayed BV In the quarter. Boone Valley gained composure when Dan Bundle, Jim Schlpull, Dave Glmer, Dave Berkenes, and Paul Glmer rallied BV to within 30-31. After BVs 15-1 scoring burst, Lu Verne settled down to take a 39-31 halftlme lead. Boone Valley remained in contention In the third quarter behind the shooting of Dave Berkenes. BV narrowed the gap to 43-38 via Kent Swansea and Dave. Lu Verne went on to outscore BV. H-10. from that point for 57-48 comfort. Lu Verne enlarged Its margin to 65-52, but BV refused to call it quits. A BV victory was still possible with 2:40 remaining and BV trailing. 71-62. Lu Verne then worked for the open shots, found them, and capitalized. . Dave Berkenes reached a sea' son high in scoring (also a career high) with 27 points. He has proven himself to be a deadly outside shoot or besides using his 6' 4" frame to advantage •round the boards. Boone Valley's season record dropped to nine wins and four losses. BVs conference mark remained at six wins and two losses. MttftWIM I Mly fltdfaMrJoi.29 HARDY— A family dinner WAS entertained . at the home of Mrs. James Gregersen In Humboldt Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Gail Wlgans, Tommy arid Lauri, of near Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Gregersen and sons of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Gregersen and Jimmy of Rutland; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bruvlk and Krlsti, Mavis Gregersen. Michael Gregersen and Honda Barton of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Johnson and Carol left Thursday for Ottawa, HI., and spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Pastor and Mrs. Edward Swenson. En route there, they visited Thursday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mandsager and family, In Iowa City; and at Jacksonville, III., they visited the School for the Deaf. Julie James was 16 years old January 28 and to celebrate it, she took Susan Burk and Ellen Shurson of Renwlck to a movie at the Humota Theatre in Humboldt and lunch afterwards. Bill James took the girls, and Paul and Douglas James were also In the theatre party. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Odland and Judy visited Wednesday even- Ing at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Craig and family, In Webster City. Jackie and Jerry Lee Craig returned home with their grandparents, where they visited until Saturday. Mrs. Ann Marty of Lu Verne was a dinner and supper guest Sunday at the home of her son, Lawrence Marty and family. In the afternoon, Mr, and Mrs. Marty and Mrs. Anna Marty visited at the home of the tatter's sisters, Miss Lena and Miss Martha Elmer. In Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. August Olson visited Thursday afternoon at the Ernest Johnson home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Paul .Wanken, , Julie and Paula, of Ren wick visited Sunday evening at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James White. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE BASKETBALL As of Ftbruory 1, 1967 Conference All Gomot Algona CUar Lake. Hampton Clarion Webster City Won 11 8 7 5 5 Eagle Grove 4 Humboldt Iowa Falls Lost 0 3 5 5 7 7 8 9 Won 14 12 9 9 6 5 5 3 Loit 1 3 5 5 8 10 9 10 CONFERENCE SCORING LEADERS Total Average All Com.* Total Ave. Tom Claude, Algono 228 20.7 314 20.9 Craig E«pe, Algona 201 18.3 285 18.3 Ken Grabintkl, Clear Lake 190 17.3 270 18.0 Bill McCoy, Iowa Fall* 167 16.7 223 17.2 Doug Marao, Humboldt 158 15.8 Bill Broumon, Eagle Grove 153 15.3 200 14.2 Jim Elting, Clear Lake 159 14.5 237 15.8 J. R. Zimmer, Hampton 163 13.6 211 15.1 Jim Heilskov, Hampton 149 12.4 167 12.0 Mr*. GUJMBHoltos attested a Caacer Board tneertit at Rura- boht Monday trtflist. JaJMs AaoertOB Is tBeealSf • coop school * KaMM City, Ho.. iJfTV* *pfciP, *«. 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