The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 12, 1967 · Page 8
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Afgona, (la.) Upper Des Molnes-9 Thunday, Jan. 12, 19*7 "Humorist On Program" For C. of C. Banquet CLAYTON ROGERS The Annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet will be held on Tuesday, January 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the High School Annex dining room. Ted Chrlschillos, Chamber of Commerce President, will be master of ceremonies. The new Chamber officers and new Board members for 1967 will be introduced. The Kossuth County Chapter Barbershoppers Chorus will be an added treat to the evening program. One of America's prominent humorists will be the guest speaker. Clayton Rogers of Chicago will entertain the members and guests of the Algona Chamber of Commerce at their annual banquet. Mr. Rogers, whose flair for story telling and originality have won for him guest appearances on the major networks, is recognized as one of the top-ranking speakers and humorists on the American platform. Tickets must be purchased at the Chamber Office on or before Friday, January 20th. Names Of New LedyardKCs To Host Card Party Sunday Homemakers Wanted Here Wanted: Names and addresses of new homemakers. A new service is being added to Home Economics Extension for Kos- Slith CountySS'tfV:;--;; i-» 3- '•• •-••" Beginning Jan. 9, a series of 18 "Letters for New Homemakers" will be sent, one each week, to all young homemakers who request it. A new homemaker, to be eligible, is one who has been married within the past five years and living in Kossuth county, either town or country. Each letter Is short and features a recipe that will help you answer the question "What can I cook that is different and won't take too much time V Enclosed with each letter will be additional information on the same subject as the letter that you can file for future reference when and if you have time to read more. The second letter the week of Jan. 16 will Include a file folder so that you will have a place to keep letters for future reference. The last letter will have an Index of all the subjects discussed so that the material will continue to be useful. Some of the subjects discussed Include -GoodNutrition, Storage, Cooking Meat, Labels, Buying Housewares, Curtain and Draperies, Cleaning Carpets, Washing Problems, and Furniture Arrangement. So, "Mrs. New Homemaker" write or call your name to the Cooperative Extension Office, 1306 N. Main, Algona, or telephone 295-2120 and get on the mailing list. It's free for the asking and a service for you. Several From Algona With Honor Band The NCIBA Honor Band will perform at Clear Lake High School this Saturday evening, with several members oftheGarrigan and Algona High School bands expected to participate. Students are selected the same way as for the All-State band and members will rehearse during the day under the baton of Frank Piersol, ISU band director, then present a concert at 8 p. m. There will also be sessions for bandmasters from this entire area during the day. Norb Rezac of Garrigan and Russ Guster of Algona High will attend. Band members from Garrigan who will appear include Sue Nelson, Dlanne Bode, Mary Ann Eischen, Kathy Plathe and Steve Walker. THE UPPER DBS MOINES Kossuth County's bargest Newspaper Circulation. LEDYARD - Knights of Columbus will have a card party at Sacred Heart parish hall Sunday, Jan. 15 at 7. Everyone is invited to attend. " : PIAN PARTY The Matzener-Estle American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall Tuesday. Cookies for Woodward were brought to this meeting. If there is anyone who still wishes to contribute cookies they may be left with Mrs. Alvin Busch before Jan. 13. The members also planned a card party with the Legionnaires and wives as guests, Jan. 28. Mrs. Alvin Busch, Mrs. Dallas Green and Mrs. Melvin Busch were the committee appointed to make final plans. Mrs. John Mathei was hostess. - o Mr. and Mrs. Keith Knoner are parents of a boy, born at the Blue Earth Hospital Jan. 5. He weighed 8 Ibs. and has been named Kent Douglas. He has a brother Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson are the maternal grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. William Knoner the paternal grandparents. Paul Trenary was admitted to the Buffalo Center Hospital Wednesday as a medical patient. Ellsworth Dutton was admitted to the Buffalo Center Hospital Tuesday following a skiing accident. He was released Wednesday afternoon, but was unable to return to school until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schwab and family . of Pemberton, Minn., spent New Years Day with her parents, the Tim Doocys. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hagen and family of Brownsdale, Minn., visited the Doocys Sunday. Wednesday evening, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson of Waterloo surprised Mrs. Marie Halvorsen by coming to spend the night with her . They were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maland at Frost and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kallestad and were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Tilmer Halversen and family. It was a most happy birthday for Mrs. Halvorsen. Mrs. Clayton Roseboro entertained neighbors at a coffee party for Mrs. Mary Bashara before she left to spend the winter with her son Tom in Minneapolis. Attending were Mrs. Bashara, Mrs. Marie Halvorsen, Mrs. Ida Darnell, Mrs. Lena Wrner,Mris. Dottle Welfare, Mrs. Alvin Lloyd, Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol. Friday Mrs. Lena Warner and Mrs. Marie Halvorsen entertained friends for their birthdays at Mrs. Halvorsens, attending were Mrs. Frelda Barger of Swea City, Mrs. Ida Darnell, Mrs. Ida Engelby, Mrs. Clayton Roseboro and Mrs. Ida Engelby. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ternes announce the arrival a son, John Patrick, born Dec. 5 and came to live with the Ternes family Jan. 3. He was baptized Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ternes were sponsors. Ringsted Splits Wins T1TONKA - The Ringsted boys' basketball team with Monte Miller and Monte Fisher combining for 55 points routed Tltonka 86-64 here Friday night In State Line Conference basketball action. In the girls' game Tltonka stopped Ringsted "70-63. Norman Watson had a big scoring night for Ringsted finishing with 46 points while Karen Rlckless scored 34 points for Tltonka. Rlngsted's Fischer tallied 30 points and Miller added 25 to spark the Danes In the boys' win. Gerald Glesklng totaled 21 points and Daryl Harms scored 16 for Tltonka. Lakota Nips Rake By 46-42 LAKOTA-A fourth quarter rally by Rake wasn't enough to balance Lakota's leadhereFri- day night as Rake bowed 48—42 In State Line Conference basketball action. Lakota Jumped to a 13—6 first quarter lead, and led by five points at the half, 24-19. Lakota outscored the losers 13—8 in the third quarter for a ten point margin at 37-27. Rake made a try In the fourth period as it outscored the winners 15—9, but it wasn't enough to cop the win. A pair of eager s, Dean Koppen and Terry Kromlnga, set the pace offensively for the winners with 14 and 13 points, respectively. Marlln Anderson and Paul Johnson with ten points each were the only Rakecagers in double figure scoring. RAKE (42) FG FT PF TP Anderson Wirtjes Winter Wubben Bendickson Rygh Hove Johnson Haugen Erdahl TOTAL 5 0 2 0 2 2 4 5 0 0 20 LAKOTA (46) FG FT Koppen Kromlnga Johnson Madetzke Sleper Meurer Mabus Karels Hoeppner Lewis Hertzke Dornbush TOTAL Rake 6 Lakota 13 4 4 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 13 11 6 5 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 18 8 13 2 3 5 0 1 3 • 3 2 4 0 23 PF 3 0 1 1 > 2 ; l i 0 1 0 i 0 ) 0 ) 0 I 0 ) 0 1 7 1 IS 1 9 10 0 4 0 6 4 8 10 0 0 42 TP 14 13 2 a 5 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 46 42 46 BEAUTY SALONS 1/2 PRICE! .. our famous $2O Zoto Prescription Permanent includes: • haircut! • pre-perm test curl! • shampoo! • fashion set! one month only With the permanent, a regular $2.00 manicure for only $1.00. \q e f *y * V "'V ' "M ' ^» •*• * " ^^^ ^ -«- — T MONDAY SPECIAL $10.50 permanent for only $6.95. Call for an appointment today at either of two convenient locations. I 109 N. Hall Phone 295-5162 Downtown Store Phone 295-3477 Swea City BreaksGame Open in 4th SWEA CITY-Pulllngaway In the final quarter of play, Swea City defeated Lincoln—Central 55-33 In State Line conference basketball action Friday night. The Trojans hold a 2—7 season mark. The Trojans held the Hawks to two points Inthe first quarter to take a 13—2 lead. The Hawks outscored Swea City 16-13 In the second quarter to narrow the Trojan margin to eight points 26-18. Both teams scored 18 points In the third quarter of action. Swea City he'd Lincoln—Central to three points In the flna' quarter to break the game open. The Trojans scored 1' points, Mike Johnson scored 17 points for the Trojans with Ed adding 12 points. LINCOLN-CENTRAL (39) FG FT PF TP Young Howard Felkej', R. Thiel Brix GJerde Swartz TOTAL SWEA FG Loffttrom Berg Johnson Reynolds Plngel Larson Newlln TOTAL, 602 402 1 2 0 501 3 1 4 001 0 0 1 18 3 11 CITY X56) FT PF 403 601 573 4 1 3 001 211 201 23 9 13 10 8 4 10 7 0 0 39 TP 8 12 17 9 0 5 4 55 OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher i Christmas dinner guests at the Percy Watnems were Mrs. Pearl Hanson of Whittemore, Wanda Hanson of Keokuk, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nessen and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith and Terry and Diane Poduska of Pocahontas. Christmas dinner guests at the Clarence Bauer home were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson and family of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oline and family of Des Molnes, Eileen Bauer of Denver, Colorado, Mrs. Regina Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schmalen, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Gambell of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bristow and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struthers and family left December 17 for a two week visit with her sister and family of Harllngen, Texas. Steve Miller of West Bend Is taking care of their farm chores. The Delbert Wehrspann family of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann and Roger were Saturday guests at the Hollis Chaulsett home at Brookings, South Dakota. They attended 4:30 church services with the Chaulsetts. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrs- pann and Roger visited Tuesday at the Delbert Wehrspann home at Sioux City. THANK YOU! For Making Our Annual APPRECIATION DAYS A Success Winners in the Wayne Money Pig Guessing Game Were: 1 Men's Wristwatch -- Wilbur Daley I with a guess of $481.51. I Ladies Pendant Watch - Mrs. Geo. Dor- I weiler, with a guess of $494.00 | ACTUAL AMOUNT IN MONEY PIG I WAS $480.82 I PREMIUMS WILL BE ON | DISPLAY THROUGH JAN. 21, | SO COME IN NOW - BOOK ) YOUR FEEDS TODAY I Klein's Farm Suppl I 216 West State Si. \ ALGONA, IOWA IflJ^WWWWWV^ •w-w-w-w-w^"'*'*'*-^-'------ JANUARY SPECIAL! 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