6-Algono (la.) Upper Des Molne* Thunday, Dee. 29, 1966 Rites Held At Swea City For Mrs. Boe, 64 Funeral services for Mrs. Jean Boe, 64, Swea City, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Immanuel Lutheran Church at Swea City, with burial in Harrison township cemetery. Mrs. Boe had lived at Turner's Nursing Home at Armstrong for the past few months. She was born Sept. 15, 1902 at Forest City. She was married to Earl Boe at Bemidji, Minn. The couple farmed in Eagle township near Swea City for many years. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Howard Thompson of West Covlna, Calif.; five grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Delia Nelson of Mason City and Mrs. Evelyn Smith of Montrose, Colo., a brother, Wallace Ekborge of Broderick, Calif.; and a half- brother, Edwin Johnson of Ma* son City. Six Holiday Weddings Are Held In Area Holiday nuptials increased the sale of wedding licenses at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week as six couples obtained them. They went to: Dec. 21 - Mark Elbert and Georgia L. Thul. Dec. 22- John R. Farwell and Carmen Larsen; and Charles Heldenwlth and Carolyn Nerem. Dec. 23 - David Rasmussen and Mary Ann Sigsbee; and Larry A. .Gibbs and Carolyn J. Rochleau. Dec. 27 - John Spear and Dar- leno Koppen. "Kosiuth County'! Favorite Newspaper" Slightly Hurt An Elmore man, Leonard H. Madetzke, 52, sustained an Injured right elbow, and right knee in a car-truck mishap a half- mile south of Elmore on highway 169 at 10:25 p. m. Friday. A car driven by Mr. Madetzke and a truck driven by Danny L. May, 20, Gilman, were headed south when the former attempted to make a left turn and was struck from the rear. Damage to the auto was estimated at $500, while $1,000 damage resulted to the truck, according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated. Grapplers Head For Osage Meet This Friday A trip to Osage this Friday will kick off the second half of the wrestling season for Algona High School's Bulldogs, who hit the midway point Dec. 16 with a 4-2 dual meet mark. The Osage Invitational is always one of the top events on the slate for Coach Champ Martin's grapplers. In two earlier invitationals, the Bulldogs fared very well indeed, taking third in the tough Eagle Grove meet Dec. 3 and first in the Algona Invitational a week later. The locals will be led at Osage by Cling Young, 145-pounder, with a 12-0 record to date, Don Camp, 133, with a 9-1 mark, Max Miller, 165, 10-2, and Larry Munger, 120, 8-3-1. Young has counted 38 points, Camp 35, Miller 32 and Munger 30. Steve Claude, 7-4, Randy Riedinger, 8-2, Bruce Bennett 7-4-1, Brad Farnham, 6-5-1, Benny Peter sen, 6-5-1, Phil Bode, 5-4, and Ed Bennett, 4-4, are others slated to go for the locals at Osage. 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The Eischen station had on display a king-si zed lollypop and only those under 12 could sign up for it. The boy who won the extra Christmas present was Ricky Rosenmeyer. Too bad Charlie couldn't take advantage of all that boy power to help fix up the new home he is working on next to the John Jennings. Sexton folks think their neighbors are pretty special people and they had added proof. Jack Wederquist was one of three employees of the Soil Conservation Service in the state of Iowa chosen to attend a special month of school at Lincoln, Nebr. in January. He was picked by the district office in Ft. Dodge because of the outstanding Job he has done on engineering projects in this area. Mrs. Nell Opheim enjoyed Christmas dinner the way all mothers should be able to. She was a guest of the children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schumacher and family of Remsen and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and family of Fairmont, who took her out to dinner this year. And speaking of hard working elevator operators, they don't have to work so hard after they get away from Sexton. For proof, take at look at Tom Arn- dofer and the 30-some pounds he has added since taking over the elevator at Mallard. Swea City Man's Rites Scheduled Catalog Solos Office 115 E, State Ttlf, 295*3549 SWEA CITY - Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Immanuel Luther- an'Church at Swea City for OS* car W. Berggren, 84, who died Monday at Boone County Hospital at Boone, Iowa. Mr. Berggren was a lifelong resident of this area until becoming a resident of Iowa Lutheran Home at Madrid about five years ago. Barnes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in Harrison Township Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight and until noon Thursday. The body will He in state at the church from 1;30 p.m. until time of services. Mr. Berggren was born Oct. 16, 1892, in the Seneca area. He had been a farmer until his retirement. His wife died in 1957. Survivors Include a sister, Mrs. Clifford Anderson ofSwea City, and'three brothers, Ed of Swea City, Henry of San Diego, Calif., and Walter of Lead, S. D. Numerous Boy Scout Awards, Court Of Honor Recently Boy Scout Troop 70 held a Court of Honor. Awards were presented by Dave Evans, district 6 Scout executive of Algona. Awards were presented to Steve Schneider, the Tenderfoot award; Tim Rooney, second class award; Mike Dailey, first class award; Tom Laing, Star Scout award; and David Beisell, Life Scout award. The following boys received Merit Badge awards in specific fields: Eugene Hunt, Craig Lemkee, Duane Hunt-First Aid merit badges; Scott Voyles received merits for Nature and Indian Lore; Tom Laing merits for Citizenship in the Home, First Aid, Archery, Soil and Water Conservation, Nature, Honeer- ing and Swimming; David Beisell merits for Riotography, Art, Drafting! Swimming, Woodwork, Citlienrhlp in the Home, Sculpture and Metal Wdrk. Mr. Evans welcomed Dr. Joseph Rooney as a new assistant Scoutmaster with the troop. Dr. Rooney joins the staff of Richard Beisell, Scoutmaster, Guy Giddings, assistant Scoutmaster, Dr. Dean Koob, institutional representative of the Algona Rotary Club, Rev. Milo Dailey, troop chaplain, with committeemen Clarence Hunt, Russ Buchanan and Paul Lemkee. Special Tree Service Held, Local Church The custom of two Christmas trees at Trinity Lutheran church was used to tell a sfory this year in the decorations used by the young people's Walther League organization which assembled the trees. This story was given in the first Children's Service by the children in the 3rd to 8th grades Friday evening. The nursery to 3rd grade Children's Service Christmas Eve completed the story with a program on gifts to Jesus. After decorating the trees, the Walther League, as well as the Fellowship Club of Trinity, spent Sunday evening caroling at a number of homes of shut-ins and at the Good Samaritan and County Homes. The first regular meeting of 1967 for the Trltaty Lutheran Ladies Aid will be Jan. 5 at 2 p. m. with the evening circle meeting at 8:15. A pastor's conference of all member churches of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in the Algona circuit was held at LuVerne with an opening Communion Service conducted by host pastor, R. T. Mueller. Rev. Arnold Vehling of Lotts Creek gave apaperonZachariah, Chapt. n. A business session was held after the noon lunch. Attending the all-day conference were Rev. and Mrs. Cleo KautschofWhitte- more, Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Ostermeier of West Bend, Rev. C. Bliss, Cylinder, Rev. and Mrs. M. Marquardt, and Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Leonard of Garner; Rev. and, Mr.s. Rex Spicer pf Fenton; Rev,; ahd"Mfg. W.' Stock of Llvei* more; Rev. and Mrs. W. Wolfram of Ventura and Rev. PaulSoluVand Rev. and Mrs. W. Friedrich of Algona. ; " '''.'."'" Irvington 4-H Combines Xmas And Installation The regular meeting and Christmas party of the Irvington Ideals was held on Dec. 17 at the St. Benedict School hall. The secretary read the minutes and roll call was taken. Two members were absent. Treasurer's report was then given and card sales were discussed. Installation of officers was held and new officers are Mary Harig, president; Debbie PeCoy, vice president; Mary Rae Merriam, secretary; Sharon Hix, treasurer; Julie Naul, historian; Kathy Bernhard, reporter; Lynn Klein, photographer; Debbie Youngwirth, recreation chairman. After the officers were installed,. programs and other materials were distributed and explained. The Christmas party was also held at this meeting. Each daughter made a gift at the November meeting and presented it to her mother. . Eight mothers and guests were present. The Jenkinson girls were hostesses. 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