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8-Algofto (la.) Upper Doi Molnej Thur*day, Dec. 15, 1966 Boys Mar v J ° Bec|(er Win, Girls lose l"*^ To Twin Rivers Two cross-county rivals, Twin Rivers and LuVerne high, divided basketball game victories at Luverne, Tuesday night. The Twin Rivers girls took a 46 to 39 win from the LuVerne girls, but the LuVerne boys downed the invading Pirates with ease, 93 to 71. Twin Rivers has been a co-leader of the Twin Lakes conference. LuVerne, with a number of freshmen players, has been averaging about 85 points a game, and Coach Bryce Wickett has reason to be pleased with the team performance. Game summary: LuVerne-93- fg ft pf Miss M ary Jo Becker, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Becker of Wesley, completed a six month finishing course from Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minnesota, on December 1st, and has accepted a secretarial position to the Professor of Economics, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. She started her new duties on Monday, Dec. 12 after spending a week at home with her parents. Nelson R. Hanson R. Bristow Tr auger Will D. Bristow Stripling Wolf Selby L. Hanson 6 8 7 3 2 3 2 0 1 0 8-9 8-8 3-5 3-5 2-4 1-3 4-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 4 5 5 3 5 5 1 0 1 Twin Rivers 71 fg ft pf Cark 6 4-9 4 Logue 40-35 Christiansen 74-7 4 Bergum 4 3-5 4 Rolland 3 10-12 0 Harris 00-04 Collins 10-35 Sharp 00-0 1 In the girls game, Linda Wilhelm with 21 points led LuVerne, and Susie Cran had the same total for Twin Rivers. Next contest for LuVerne, boys and girls, is next Tuesday night against Meservy-Thornton, at LuVerne. Player III Jack Muller, Junior forward on Garrigan High School's high-flying basketball team, was discovered to be suffering with scarlet fever Sunday night when he developed a rash after suffering what was thought to have been the flu Thursday. He played in basketball games Friday and Saturday night, then became ill again Sunday evening. When school officials were notified, each member of the basketball squad there was given a sho{ as a preventive measure, He also has strep throat, but will not be confined long. TUESDAY BB RESULTS BOYS Swea City'39 - Armstrong 35 Ledyard 69 - Sentral 54 West Bend 27-Burt 26 Eagle Grove 49 - Webster City 48 GIRLS Sentral 77 - Ledyard 47 Arnolds Park 67 - Rlngsted 37 Burt 61 - West Bend 50 HOSPITAL NEWS Algona AOK Carols were sung for the half- hour proceeding the short business meeting. Roll call was answered with the girl drawn for gift exchange. The committee reported on the gift sent to U- niverslty hospital at Iowa City. The Junior girls made gifts for their mothers. The older girls will meet next week to work on their gifts. There was a gift exchange and gifts were presented to the leaders. Mrs. Gene Heimer was hostess. Each girl bringing a dozen cookies that were packed and taken to the rest home. Cresco Boys Cresco Boys 4-H met at 8 p.m., Nov. 21 at the Extension office. They elected new officers: president, Larry Roch- leau; vice president, Stephen Rocltleau; secretary, Chuck Frideres; treasurer, Jerry Simpson; historian, Kevin Roethlerj reporter, Jim Pergande; photographer, Dean Teeter. Eldon Shaw is their new leader and his assistant is Dough Jergenson. They have one new member, Tom Kinseth. Elected, Student Office Two Algona students at the University of Iowa have been elected officers of their residence halls. Jacqueline Kinden and Jaunita Meyer were each named floor chairmen of Surge Hall. NOVEMBER 30 - Admitted: Susan Marso, Bode, medical; Clara Dunneman, Lucille Smith, Charles Gunder, Emll Stoffel, Algona, medical. DECEMBER 1 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Philip Inman, Bancroft, boy, 6 Ibs., 6 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Altman, Irvington, girl, 8 Ibs., 10 1/2 oz.; admitted: John Origer, Albert Thllges, Bode, medical; Leander Vaske, Bancroft, fracture; Agnes Vaske, Bancroft, medical; Louise Hutchison, Bancroft, surgery; Audrey Klepper, West Bend, medical; dismissed: Jean Simons, Whlttemore; Francis Froehllch, Jean Taylor, Mrs. Orland Steil, Clara Dunnoman, Algona, Elma Mogler, West Bend. DECEMBER 2 - Admitted: Betty Kervln, Algona, medical; dismissed; Dominic Zeimet, West Bend; George Scuffliam, Lily Bestonlehnar, Dale Weber, Phyllis Burllngame, Algona. DECEMBER 3 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Leerar, Bancroft, girl, 7 Ibs., 3 oz.; admitted; Agatha Kollasch, Algona, fracture; Robert Schoby, Algona, medical; dismissed: Ira Bonnette, Algona; Mrs. Cora Fleming, Whittemore. DECEMBER 4 - Admitted: George Simons, medical; Elof Pearson, Wesley, surgery; Dolores Mertz, Ottosen, surgery; dismissed: Mary Jo Tlgges and baby, Cylinder. DECEMBER 5 - Admitted: Emll Lovstacl, Janice Allen, Algona, medical; Sister Mary Marina, Bode, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Eldon Moore and baby, Betty Kervin, Algona; Louise Hutchison, Bancroft. DECEMBER 6 - Admitted: Mrs. Margaret Butterfield, Algona, accident; Jeffrey Bjustrom, Whlttemore, medical; dis- missed: Dolores Inman, Bancroft. DECEMBER 7 - Births: Mr. , and Mrs. Paul Anliker, West Bend, girl, 7 Ibs., 7 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Mark McGuire, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 9 1/2 oz.; admitted: FrancisFroehlich,Al- gona, medical; Nicholas Bormann, Livermore, medical;Dean Kienitz, Bancroft, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Lester Leerar and baby, Bancroft; Margaret Butterfield, Lloyd Shirley, Chas. Gunder, Janice Allen, Agatha Kollasch, Algona; Audrey Klepper, West Bend. DECEMBER 8 - Admitted: Lark Whittemore, Algona, T& A; dismissed: Sister Mary Marina, Bode; Emil Lovstad, Martha Grandgenett, Mrs. Alice Blum, Algona; Jeffrey Bjustrom, Whittemore. DECEMBER 9 - Admitted: Andrew Gotten, Algona, medical; dismissed: Ben Faulken, Robert Schoby, Lark Whittemore, Algona; Albert Thllges, Bode. DECEMBER 10- Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Bierstedt, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 7 oz.; admitted: Baby Laura Frankl, Irvington, medical; Mrs. Howard Esser, Algona, medical; dismissed : John Origer, Bode; Andrew Gotten, Algona; Dean Kienltz, Leander Vaske, Bancroft. DECEMBER 12 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. John Kajewski, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 7 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steier, Whittemore, boy, 7 Ibs., 11 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Clyde Snere, Emil Stoffel, Algona, medical; Joseph Buscher, Algona, surgery; Chas. Klttrick, Rockwell City, accident; Rose Spurgeon, Whittemore, medical; dismissed:Mrs. Paul Anliker and baby, West Bend; Mrs. Mark McGuire and baby, Algona; Elof Pearson, Wesley; Baby Laura Frankl, Irvington. Ex-Pastor At Lone Rock Has Surgery LONE ROCK - Rev. C. S. Whitehouse, former pastor of Lone Rock Presbyterian church, underwent major surgery Monday at Ottumwa where he and his wife now live at Myers Memorial Manor. . o - Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sclmltz visited relatives in Fairmont on Sunday, They visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hansen. Tom Olson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Curtis Olson, celebrated his fifth birthday Saturday with a party. Guests Included Denlse Ramus, Debbie Wibben, Paula Marlow, Ronnie Radig, Larry Newbrough, Carey Priebe, Dennis Thompson, and his sisters Sara and Jennl Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tegland, Belmond, grandparents of Tom, were Sunday callers at the Olson home. W. D. Wetsbrod, USN, who has been stationed at Iwakuni, Japan, was recently promoted to Aviation Electricians Mate 3rd. He is on a tour in the Far East and presently is on Sangley Point in the Philippine Islands. Enroute he stopped at Taiwan. This is his second tour of the Far East. Weisbrod is the son of Mrs. Art Priebe of Lone Rock. Dwigfh Ruse Of Tifonka Is Hear! Victim TITONKA - Dwight S. Ruse, 58, died suddenly at his farm home west of Titonka, Saturday evening, Dec. 10. Daath was due to an apparent heart attack. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Titonka Methodist Church. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated and interment was at Buffalo twp., cemetery, with Blake Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Casket bearers were Rollo Moore, Don Ringsdorf, Levant Moore, Glen Larsen, Merle Phelps and Herman Harms, Sr. Mr. Ruse was born at Sidney, Iowa, April 22, 1908. His occupation was farm ing and he lived on this farm for 15 years. He married Hazel E. M. Hix at Martin, So. Dak. Feb. 17,1933. She survives, as does a son, Stanley, and two grandchildren of Titonka. Three borthers and a sister also survive, Wesley of Gordon, Nebr.; Olony of Tabor, In Cooperation with No. Iowa Sewing Machine Co., home of Grundig Stereos, Diamond's giving away - absolutely free o '429 STEREO AM-FM RADIO & STEREO MULTIPLEX Just stop in at Diamond's and look at this beauty, then be sure to register for it. No purchase is necessary and you need not be present at the drawing (Dec. 23) to win this musical masterpiece. DIAMOND'S Iowa; Austin of Denver, Colo; and Belva Beckley of Billings, Mont. He was proceeded in death by his parents, a brother and a sister. Hurt In Fall Charles Kittrick of Rockwell City was admitted to St. Ann hospital about 10 a.m. Monday following a fall down the stairs to the men's room at the Algona Hotel. An elderly man of about 80, he was taken to the hospital suffering shock and a severe cut on the head. X-ray examination had not been completed Tuesday morning, when he was listed In fair condition. Mr. Kittrick, traveling by bus, had entered the hotel during the bus rest stop and apparently fell the full length of the stairs, ending up on the cemejit floor. Deliver Treats LEDYARD - Six members of the Boy Scout troop and Scoutmaster Rev. Victor Vriesen visited the county home at Algona Saturday. They took along a box of apples for treats for the residents there. They were given a tour of the farm. Red Cross Fund Drive Totals $431, Tifonka TITONKA - Herman Welhou- sen, area leader of the Red Cross fund drive for Buffalo and German twps. and the town of Titonka has announced a collection of $431.61. Volunteer workers in Buffalo twp., were Mesdames * Arthur Rode, Dale Finer, Maurice Isebrand, Wm. Amesbury, C. B. Geisking, Eugene Huff, George Uken, Merril Zwiefel, Bob H. Spear, Harm Huisinga and Miss Verla Brandt. In German twp., mesdames: Heiko Boekelman, Francis Culbertson, Gary Zwiefel, Mervin Bruns, Palmer Rurup, Simons Sunken, Edwin Asche; and Mr. Albert E. Sleper, Mr. Wm.Rode, Mr. John Ubben and Mr. Harold Beenken. In the town of Titonka, mesdames: Jerry Harms, Wm. Denton, Art Dietrich, Gene Krominga, Alfred Redenlus, Elmer Ricks, Carl Harms, Harold Wib- ben, Veryl Schmidt, Wm. Boyken; and Mrs. Ollle Bruns, and Mrs. Caroline Brandt as well as Bud Meior. - o - ANNUAL PARTY The annual Christmas party and program of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Monday evening, Dec. 5, at the Dwight Garret home. Assisting hostesses were Mildred Boyken, Edith Hagen; Sherry Sullivan and Pat Halnes. - o - The Republican Women met for coffee Friday afternoon at the R. L. Krantz home, with Mrs. Carl Callies and Mrs. A. C. Miller assisting hostesses. Mrs. Sadie Denton, secretary, reports 210 bags and several boxes picked up Tuesday by the Goodwill truck. Visitors at the Lowell Bently home in honor of Lois's 13th birthday over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wubben. THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES - Kossuth County's Pioneer Newspaper, now in its 101st year. Corwith Man, 49, Succumbs At Rochester Clarence M. Stephens, 49, formerly of Corwith and now of LaCrescent, Minn., died Monday at a Rochester hospital. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Blake Funeral Home In Corwith. The Rev. Frank Consldine will officiate. Burial will be in Corwith Cemetery. Born Oct. 14, 1917, at Dayton, Iowa, he was the son of David and Hazel Stephens. He was married June 8, 1963, to Evelyn Perkins. Surviving are his wife, five sons, Gary, Austin, Minn.; Merrill, Brillion, Wis.; William, Randy, and Ricky, all at home; a daughter, Mrs. John (Joan) Hawley, Austin, Minn., _two grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Robinson, Dakota City; Mrs. Marion Nail, Corwith; Mrs. Dale Mowers, Ellendale, Minn., a brother Ronald Stephens, Bradshaw, Neb. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Smith-Corona STERLING Hew Adding Machines In Stock From $75.00 DRAWER FILES Letter or Legal Size STEEL DESKS VISIBLE RECORD FILES AND A HOST OF OTHPR NECESSARY OFFICE SUPPLY ITEMS OFFICE CHAIRS FILING SUPPLIES ADDING MACHINE TYPEWRITER RIBBONS Upper Des Moines Pub ALGONA ACROSS FROM NEW, FREE PARKING LOT &BSVmMMvai&ws^^

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