Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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(Iflwa) A6VAN€I MONDAY, MARCH 1, 196S Teeter and Hardy are all-conference Dale teeter "arid"Steve" Hardy were among seven North Central Conference basketball players accorded all-conference honors, Jl was announced Saturday morning by the North Central Cdmerencc publicity office at Clear Lake. Eagle Grove's unbeaten conference cnampions paced the first team selections with three men— Dave hlauffer, Brad Hanson and Fritz Wooster — while runncrup Clear Lake got the olncr two places — 'loin Anderson and Doug Urabinski. No other (cam rated mention. Webster City landed two men on the second team — Randy Wilson and Mike Lubbers. Others chosen to the second team were Bob Olson. Clarion; Paul Greenberg, bJagie Grove; and Dave Whitney, lowa i'alls. Teeter was the only underclassman given first team selection. i\o miudog linewise was! accordecThonorable mention. IN FINAL scoring statistics released at the same time, Teeter was officially announced as winner of the conference scoring race with a 20.6 average. He got 2H9 points in cotuurcnce play and 373 (20.7 average) in all games. Teeter won the title by a full 1.5 points over Uavc Slauffcr of tagie Grove. Steve Hardy finished 12th witli a 12.2 average. Dan Merryman was Htli wiin an 11.0 marx. In other statistics released, A!- gona ended with a 5MJ overall mark and a 03.»1 olfcnsivc avor- age compared to a 04-0 defensive inai-K. 'I he Bulldog junior varsity imishcd second behind woosier City wiin a 10-4 rec- oro, rcmarkaole in the tact that two or tnroe sophomores played varsity bail mucn 01 the year. Rites Sunday for ex-Algona woman, 82 Funeral services for a former Algona resident, Mrs. Bessie Wermerson, 82, Miller, S. D., were held Sunday at the McCullough Funeral Home, Algona, The Rev. Mr. Stark, Garner, officiated and burial was in the cemetery at Corwith. Mrs. Wermerson, who had been living at a rest home in Miller, died Wednesday night. Funeral services were held Saturday in the Methodist church at Miller, where she had resided some 50 years after leaving Algona. . Her husband, a farmer at Britt and LuVerne and later a cattleman at Miller, preceded her in death. Surviving are two children, Mrs. Garland Dennis and Kenneth, both of Miller, S. D.; four grandchildren; two brothers and one sister, Harvey, Steven of Algona, Roy Steven of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Harry Merriam of Garner. SOCIETY AUXILIARY PARTY The St. Ann Hospital^ Auxiliary had a dessert and card party at the Country club Feb. 24th. Bridge and 500 were played. At bridge winners were Mrs Ann Lytle and Mrs Myrna Diekmann. At 500 Mrs Noreen Erpelding and Mrs Veronica Roethler won prizes. Rt. Rev. C. J. Miller, Independence, received the afgalm crocheted and donated by a Sister of Mercy, Donated prizes were received by Kathryn Pel- t-ce, Umora Agona, Vera Granam, Clara Zc.iuer. Sheiia Heeling, Cluoe bneaKiey, Helen Cas- bfi, Joan Uiainonu, L..VMII Doie, iiienna Hayes, veroiuca Roctn- ier, uuficno atepnoiibon, Man- oein Uaiwaiu, ue^ ivicuuirc, ami ivutne aienici 1 . Airs i^yiin Uoie unct Mrs ijlanclie Waiters were co-chairmen. Assisting them were jviusuames tiuiiicc Kuis- maii, ijonna Baldwin, Lucuio oiomker, i\ell L,mnan, Alice uoiu, uuns moiivoy, Lucille mi- iviivs ivavoiciuciv is proficient 01 me 25th WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack were honored l ( eb. 14 at an open house lor tneir silver weuding at the Lotts CreeK Lutheran cnurch. Mrs. Ruth Haack, Swea City, had tne guest booK and bermce Haase, burl, had charge ot tne guts. Mrs. Melvm Haase, burt, poured punch and Mrs. Amanua uaumen, poured coiiee. 'laDle waitresses were Anita and Diane Moore, both TitonHa. Helping in the kitchen were Mrs. Mary Lien- ton, Fenton, Mrs. Darlene Barber, Estnerville, Leona Haase, Titonka, Mrs. Nancy tiichenbactt- er, Swea City and Mrs. Julia Haack, Humooldt. 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