Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 12, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 12, 1966
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^^^AW^J^WlWwv^vwww^AWtf- > Traps wolf near Liver more • - • i *" * ,-jn * * ^ * ^ \ ' by Cathy Chri»chllU« Last wee|<end the mighty Bulldog basketball players posted two .important Victories. They b-at Humboldt With >ase 82-50 and squeaked by Webster City 52:48. The Webster City game was. a thriller. This puts Algona on 'top of the conference, with a record of 3-0 The junior vt.-raty. won • against Humibbldt and Web:tdr City giving them a twin record.'' — AHS -- ' ''pet your '67 Bui;dog now" it a familiar sentence heard around AHS halls. Annual sellers'<are busily •• peddling the yearbook to the U-'Ople on'their list;'\ " — AHS — Invitational*, are playing a big role ori the wrestling squads schedule'.this year. Algona placed third behind Fort Dodge and Mason City at the' Eagle Grove Invitational. Don Camp and Climt Young were the two'men that brought- home first place ratings in their own, weight class. Last weekend the boys were hosts to seven towns at the Algona Invitationals. There was 1 ' an afternoon'and an. evening session. — AHS — Last, week Deca sponsored the annual Deca Bo'ok Fair. Stu dents went' to the fair during their English chss and ordered the books they wanted. It was a big success and enjoyed by — NOTICE — V.F.W. Meeting & Pat Luck Dinner Wednesday, Dec. 14 (Regular Meeting .Night). Also Election of an Officer There will be a 50c' Gift Exchange everyone. F.B.L.A. held a soe-hop 'Saturday altar the Algona Invita- ti'O'iral to celebrate : the Algoha victories. Congratulations boys. — AHS ~ •- . ;•; Great Julius hat just bled for t again in Mrs. Kalar's English 1. Since the days of the Bard, ID sC'O'Hi&ayer ha£ ever had such red hak as Randy Calhoun; no conspirator eyer stabbed deeper tihan heavyweight .Brad Farn- lam; no Casea ever raised his (and with more treasonous fire .hair Javier Febles., — AHS ;.— . The Algona High School Stu lent. Council has adopted 3 families from the i County Welfare Office, to give toys, clothes, and food to; this Christmas season: Donations arid gifts are brought to school" by the students and then given to the families. '4-.AHS-— I'd like to end this week's column on, a,bright note. Tim Will got a ne\y,, flash light. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Nov.: 26th Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 and 2 4-H Club members, leaders and mothers chartered a bus from Fort Dodge to Des "SLoi'nes. They toured the Criminal of Investigation, State Capitol, the historical building and the art center. They attended the Holiday Oh Ice Matinee. Linda Mae Reding and Sandy Wagner gave reports. Knights .of Columbus meil Dec. 7 ;in the local'club room Following the Rosary -at 7:30 Milford Plathe, Grand , Knight presided. They made the arinua Christmas remembrances ant LIVERMORE'S "Barney" Fox, owner of a shoe and canvas shop there, is shown with the three year old wolf (left) that he caught in a number two trap near Livermore ; Dec. 3.v One of the normal full-grown foxes caught the same night is. shown at right. "The fox weighed 12 pounds and they wolf about ,40 to 45 pounds: Mr. ptfihasI been trapping fora -hobby for the past half century and reported this was the second wolf he has ever seen and the first time in eight years he has, seen wolf tracks. , - . :: • : : ; \ -.,-' extended greetings. A feaither party will be held in the K. C. rial! Monday evening at- 8 p:m. witli fun and eats.'Bernard Thiles received the' attendance BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. H:W:^Milr entertained her bridge club ' Friday afternoon. OUR SINCERE THANKS To Everyone Who Attended House MR^. ROGER WILL was-the-winner of the TRANSISTOR RADIO Math Zeimet returned home Tuesday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital,' Fort Dodge, where he had been a medical patient 10 days. Lakota boys stay unbeaten, rip Swea City ?• Lakota—The Lakota boys remained unbeaten in four gaimes this year by trouncing winless Swea City, 82-57 here- Tuesday night. Lakota jumped off to an early 29-11 first quarter lead and were never headed. • Swea City was down by a 4535 count at the half. Krominga poured, in 24 points tp pjace the vvirinS^^hije'DeMn'Kop ; peh*ha[id 18 and Bruce Hartzke 14. For the Trojans, Mike Johnlson hit 22 points and was the only Trojan in double-figures. . SWEA CITY (57) fg ft pf Person .0 0 Mirio —— 0 0 Lofstrom j. 1 1 Berg . 4 1 Pctersc'iii 1 0 0 Johnson 9 4 1 Reynolds ___• 2 3 1 Newlin 010 Pingel 215 Larson 240 Lindsay Soft Water P 520 South Phillips St. — Algona, Iowa LINDSAY Servicing Kossuth, Humboldt, Hancock, Winnebago, Emmet and Palo Alto Counties.! RENTALS SALES SERVICE Christmas Tea given at Burt by Girl Scouts Burt—The Girl-Scouts had a Christmas tea Dec. 8 at the elementary school library at Burt school for mothers and the Brownies. There were 18 adults 11 Brownies, 21 Juniors, 3 Cadets. The, meeting opened with the flag ceremony, the pledge arid singing Ameriear The Gir Scouts gave their promise am laws. They sang Barges ant gave a skit on Badge work. Ann Lavrenz is a new member of the Girl Scouts. Awards were presented to Cynthia .Patterson andv^roXk B°th Miss Moore and Mr SiH?'c^e^ K ahol £c i5rc^^ Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. She is a Religion and Elementary Education major and a member of Phi-Omega. He is a member of Gamma Tau Pi, the Swimming Team, and is a Physics and Ma- Engaged MR. AND MRS. Glenn E Moore of Denver, Colorado, an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Luanna, to John M. Schutter Jr., son of Dr and Mrs. John M. Schutter of Algona. Both Miss Moore and Mr. TOTALS 21 15 15 LAKOTA (82) fg ft pf Ivo'ppen 7 4 ' 3 Krominga 11 2 3 Johnson 204 Madetzke 300 Sleper 131 Meuer 000 Mabus 100 Karels 214 Hoeppner 100 Lewis 000 Hertzke 6 2 2 Dornbush 201 TOTALS 34 14 18 GINNY QINNY iMTHIi 21 Junior Girl Scouts received active citizenship badge. Susan Angus, Barbara and Cheryl Batt, Susan Becker. Carol and Cheryl Behrerids, Cindy Cranston, Charleen Curtis, Margaret Devine,- Jennifer Fries, Gail Giddings, Vicki Gifford, Rathy and' Patty Grubb, Vicki Haase, Nany Herrick, Florence Long, >haron Patterson, Cynthia Sill, <iim Troutman. Out door badges ivent to Gail •Giddinjgs, Patty nd Kathy Grubb, Michelle Wagner, Charleen Curtis, Cindy >anston, Sharon Patterson, largaret Devine, Susan Angus, Barbara Batt, Nancy Herrick, Cheryl and Carol Behrends, Cindy Sill and regular cook >adges to Cindy dranston, Margaret Devine, Sharon Patterson. Collector badges went to Barbara and Cheryl Batt, Charleen Curtis, Susan Becker, Marjaret Devine, Florence Long, Sharon Patterson and Kim Troutman. Sign of Arrow badge went to Margaret Devine, Sharon Patterson, Barbara Batt and Cindy Sill. Sign of Star radges to Barbara Batt, 'Susan Becker, Margaret Devine, Florence Long, .Sharon Patterson. Dec. 20 the Junior Girl Scouts and Brownies will sing carols For shut-ins and at the Homes in Burt. There ai» 42 members and they divided into two groups. Refreshments were served from the Christmas tea table, , ; , Fortnightly Club will nave an annual one o'clock Christmas luncheon Dec. 16 at Mrs. Ben Bahhngs with Mrs. W. W. Boett- ~te? co-hostess. Birthday Circle had a Christ-. Five Bears placed on Diocesan teams Garrigan high school dominated the All-Sioux City Diocesan football team announced Saturday. The Bears placed two men on the first team and three <sn the second unit. Carroll Kuemper, pnly team to beat Garrigan, also had control of the team, placing five men on the first team and two on the second unit. Bill Reding and Dick Muller were the Bear first team sehc- tions while tackle Bob Schmitt, end Jim Youngwirth and fullback. Jack Muller were given second team ratings. Ringsted and Sentral split games Tuesday Ringsted—The Sentral girls a.nd the Ringsted boys won BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Julie Dodds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Oodds, celebrated her eighth birthday with a party Tuesday^ afternoon. Christmas decorations added a festive air -to. the .occasion. Julie's guests were Cally Bangs, Sara Clapsaddle, • Sonja bangel- ser, Karhy Diekmatlrt, Kathy Koob, Becky Lemke,, Connie Maharas, Starr StrUthers and Cindy Wellehdorf. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTED Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom, entertained her bridge club Tuesday eveniing. Mrs. >Skogstrom served dessert at a festive table decorated with garlands of holly and dedicate gold angels. Guests Were Mrs. "Richard Thoreson and Mrs. Howard Stephenson. '.Irs. John Hood and Mrs. LsRoy Strohmp.n had the winning : cores for the evening' DELPHIAN SOCIETY Delphian Society meets today (Monday)- at ;the jiome of Mrs A. F. Agena. Following the bus mess meeting, the group will go to Good Samaritan Home where Mrs. George Sefrit willv pre musical Christmas program Refreshments • will be served after the prograim. entertained their cafd club last week Wednesday evening,-. Mrs, Robert Buscher had high score for the ladies, and Dfean^Jerg- ensoti won men's 'higH; _>>,, FOOD SERVICE PARTY The Food SORORITY MEETS Mrs. Joe Bradley, Jr., was have its annual , ty at the St. Cecelia'!: Sch66t unch room on Wednesday, night. Garrigan, Whittemore/'ftrtd| St. ^ec&lia Schools are ' PIFTH BIRTHDAY Linda DeValols, Mr.' and Mrs. celebrated her . ,_,__„ Saturday. Linda waS hoiibred with an, afternoon party, which had a winter motif, — ' \ t -" hostess to the members of Beta Sigma Phi. last'Monday evening. The lessons for the evening were given by Mrs. Lou Krull and Miss Conine Shimel. Plans were discussed for the Christmas banquet-to be 'held at Charlie's Supper Club'tomorrow (Tuesday) evening. DATE 40th WEDDING Daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H., E. Hommingsen are 'holding an'open house in honor of their parents 40th, anniversary in, the Methodist church in Wesley on Decatriibsr 26 from 2 to 5 p.m. All friends are cordially invited ,o attend. No gifts'please. CHRISTMAS PARTY [ s / f , Christmas party for Sunday rchool teachers.and chotoiinein- bers was held at Tttnity 3 I^ither- „ an church Wednesday evening. The Ladies Aid society served. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS, ', '' Mrs. .John Dreesman^l-was hostess ,to her bridge'cfiibiWed- nesday afternoon. Mrs. Russell Ouster was a guest- arid ;> held high score. ' ' t ; '*, ' BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS Mrs. Henry Furst was,hostess to heir birthday club Wednesday evening for the group's .Christmas dinner party. ; OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruns will be honored on their 25th Wedding Anniversary with an open house at their home at 201 So. Heckart St. in Alg*»na. 0*1 Sunday, Dec., 18, from 2 to 5 p.m. Their sons and daughters thematics major. Shower given at Burt for Patricia Groen '..Burt—A miscellaneous show- er'for "Patricia Groen was given Dec. 8 in Burt Methodist ch/iirch. ' Hostesses were Mildred Lar son-, Beulah Davis, Benita Mitchell, Loreta Lichter, Ivy Woltz Alinerva Curtis, Marie Parsons Muriel Ackerman, Clara Rente Donna Hasse, Beverly Curtis Esther Shipler, Dorothy Bernau Ruth Trumkhill, June Presthus Boseann Gifford, Ethel Smith Aleeda Harms, Mary Jean An- grews, Nadine Shipler, Vera Schwietert, Helen Weiske, Nettie Giddings, Meta Gifford, Viola Wichtendahl. Mrs. John Groen poured. Mrs. Art Groen was registrar. Mrs. David Smith had the program ind gave the welcome. Corsages State pne basketball games icre last Tuesday night. The Sentral girls romped to an easy 70-44 victory in the opener. Vicki Eiimers hit .25 Doints and Betty Wehrspann added 16 for the winners/Sentral was in front 34-19 'after outscoring Ringsted 20-2 in the second quarter. The Sentral boys dropped behind early and were beaten 80 53 in the nightcap. Rimgisted was in front 34-19 at the half Jim Geitzenauer led the Sen tral team with 24 points while Les Luedtke added 15. SENTRAL GIRLS (70) fg ft pf Wehrspan 7 2 Einners 11 3 MISS COMFORT ENTERTAINS On Thursday, Miss Comfort, School lunch director, will en- ertain the school lunch personnel to a 6 o'clock Christmas dinner at Van's Cafe, followed by slides of her "Around the World trip she took last summer. . * CARD CLUB MEETS Mr. and Mrs. Verne Teeter are hosts. No invitations have been sent, but all friends and relatives are invited. . '' Arnold's Beauty Salon SUGGESTS "LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST FOR THE HOLIDAYS" Permanent Special Mon. - Tu««. - W«d. $660 Phone 296-3127 FOR AN APPOINTMENT Voigt l 3 3 Lockwood 5 0 Lockwood 5 Johnson 2 1 Uthof 2 1 Blanchard 0 0 Geitzeivauer 0 0 Krause 0 0 Brandow 0 0 Douglas 0 0 TOTALS 30 10 17 mas meeting Dec. Lawrence Doege's, 8 at Mrs. Mrs. Etta Howard was a guest. There was a gift exchange. The next meet, ing will be Jan. 12 at Mrs. Nettie Lavrenz's. St. Joe Mri, Sylv.»t« r WtfIMF Catholic Daughters of Ai»eri- pa will meet for a Christmas party December 14 with 3 6:3Q The Edmund Bertes, Rodiraan, mve a son bom December 8 w St. Joseph's hospital in Fort Dodge. The Ernest "" Ni«k fe. h*ve a son Kevin 3. presented to Patricia Groen, Mrs. Harm Groen and Mrs. Lloyd Langfitt. Greetings were by Charleen Curtis. Reading was given by Minerva Curtis. Games and quizzes were in Mrs. of Beverly Curtis. Patricia, daughter of Kate Groen and the late Harm (Jroen, is a graduate of Burt high school in 1959 and is employed as a nurses aid at Friendship Haven in, Fort Podge. Melvin Langfitt is the gpn of the Lloyd Langfitts, Grand Junction. They will be married at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17 at ftiirt Methodist'church. ,vw, will have Christmas party Business and Profession- Woniens Club will have its Christmas Party ait Supper Club Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. Bach member will bring individual gifts residenits of the County Alice Riding, Ryth Mo J*tJiryn S-orensen and Inez are the acting committee. V»y, SENTRAL BOYS (53) fg ft pf Luedtke 713 Bie-rle __-._ 0 2 Shaw 0 0 Kerber 0 0 Lee 1 0 Getzenauer 12 0 Marlow 2 2 Mueller 2 0 AUCTION 1 mile North of Blue Earth on Hwy. 169, and Va mile East Wednesday; Dee. 14, 1966 Sale Start* at 12:00 Neon ' Lunch on Grounds 4 TRACTORS — John Deere "720" Diesel with RM. nower steering. 1958; International "450" Diesel; John Deere "A! 1 with RM, 1949; John Deere "420". wide front and Ind. Loader, 1958; 2 -*John Deere Hydraulic Cylinders.' JOHN DEERE MACHINERY — No. 40 4-row Cultivator, 1958; 14'6 Tandem R.W. Dipc, 1958: 4-bot. 16-inch Plow No. 66A, 1958 with Yetter Coulters: 50-foot Grain Elevator. 18%'" with Truck Hopner, 1958; 4-section Rotary Hoe. 1957: 227 Mtd. Com Picker with Lincoln Multi-Luber Qreaser. 1964, like new-; 494 Corn Planter with di$c ooeners, fertilizer and insecticide; ., PICKUP — 1956 Chevrolet % ton Pickup, 4-speed transmission,. 50.000 miles, excellent condition. OTHER MACHINERY — 5-section Lindsay Flexible Lever Draff, with Nobles Evener; Winter Trash Rake, 4-pJow (n^w): Massey H. No. 6 semi-mount Mower, 7-ft.; Massey .Har. 4-bar Side Delivery Rake: Massev Harris Baler; New Idea No. 17 Maniure Spreader. FEEDING EQUIPMENT — John Deere Chuckwagon No. 110; Grain-O-Vator Unloading Wagon: Knoedler Burr Mill with Hopper; Pride of the Farm Combination Waterer; 3 Pride of the Farm 40- bushel Hog Feeders; Pride of the Farm 85-bu. Hog Feeder; 2 Pride of the Farm 50-bushel Hog Feeders: 3 small Feeders, 10-bu.; Pride of the Farm 80-gal. Hog Waterer; Nelson Bowl Waterer; 3 16-foot feed bunks, many 10-foot and 15-foot Hog Panels and Gates; Portable 14-ft. Grain Auger with motor: Pli^s Running Gears & Hoists, Sprayers, Farrowing Crates, Misc. HYBRID HOGS — 200 Feeders. 65-75-pounds; 90 Feeders, 100 Ibs. and over; 11 Brood Sows, 2nd litter due end of December, Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible For Accidents No Property Removed Until Settled For. QEORQE STENSUND, omwr TOTALS 24 5 18 More & Wedel, Auctioneers Blue Earth State Bank, Clerk Diamond's FREE Christmas Gift IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO, • HOME OF GRUNDIG STEREOS • Hi-Fi Sterto AM-FM Radio Combination REGISTER At Diamond's each and every time you're in the store. GIVEN AWAY FRIDAY, Die. 33rd

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