The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1970 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1970
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This Person Is Tough jj . j t _ - *p_,^ , and haf many nieeeiB03 MARILYN PERSON, center, stretches tack In an attempt to wrestle the boll from Lakota opponent, Faye Dorball, In a recent girls' basketball game at Burl. Awaiting the outcome of the struggle at left is Becky Berg of Lakota. The • , - •„ Eagles beat the Bears in this one, 83-60. (Fairmont Sentinel Photo) State Line Loop BB Meet Set; To Open Play Jan. 17 Tbe State Line Conference boys tad girls basketball tournaments .will begin Saturday, Jan. 17, at two sites. Tt» defending champions are the Thompson boys and • tot Sentral girls, :* Because of the pairing setup, *tntre will be only two first round girls' gamesandthreefirst round jboy»* games. The remainder of ; the teams get byes. action is Jan, 10- Iseml-ttnals" wUT-be "Jam Zi with {one, contest at ixdyard and, the f other, at, Sentral. The boys' ,'s«ni>finais will be at Crystal '{ate. and Ringsted on Jan. 22. The girls' championship game ^jrill be at 7:30 on Friday, Jan. 23, at Armstrong and-the boys' -f flail will be, at Armstrong the f Ant night. • ;, * i ^ - tL Lincoln-Central, Rake, and iTbompsOQ are .unbeaten in boys* fcooterence ; acUoa and Armstrong •and Swea City have S?! records. '-'- girls', leader ,4-p .record and .Lakota is ,H»yio|",one' " Husband Of Ex-Swea Lady Dies In Fairmont Crash Hold Frideres SWEA-EAOLE - A, former Swea City woman, Mrs. Howard Krent, 37, was injured and her husband, 40, was killed when their . car-coUided wi^aootherjeadjoa ^KAy^^i^^^^ag, , J, $fe$ south of Fairmont.! Mrsi Krenz , was taken to* Fairmont Community Hospital and later removed to the Intensive care unit of St. Joseph's' Hospital, Mankato, suffering from severe head «?*wwt* r | |'ViB*i <**'' Over Holidays Mrs.' Helen Marie Lund, Ceylon, Minn., driver ol,.the other car,' is reported to have said that she felthercar"pulling In" toward the other car. She is hospitalised at Fairmont hospital.' '•'. * v ;-.'' r ,',^,. Mrs. Krenz is*? tbe' former ,*.» jtorttroBon^/o^twolMrs. .are ?LilUan BoneASweaCiy,,andat- .^ „. v -^^ u^^t $, t ;;. t :servioes>for,t:.wr ? v«-> " "~ making her home wiffi Mrs. Chtrlei Hew olid Farley and alto hai A And son-In-Uw Mf« Clarence Stelnes in Sister Lois Marls, -/..-;--and JoAnn Erpeld!ng,D««MOlfto» sp?nt the week from ChriUHWi to New Years here In the ti«n« of their parents, Mr. and Mfl. Paul Erpeldlnf, Eldon and Mil* Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mcfialrfl and family spent a week during the holidays With Mr, and Mrs, Richard McGulre and daughter and Patrick McGulre at Gainesville, Mo. s -f Mr.'and Mrs. David MedMjre and family spent the holiday* with the maternal parents, Mfi «« Mrs. R.D. Isaac and with other relatives and friends in Detroit, Mich., returning home on Monday night. -J. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding spent the holidays with their daughter Janet Reding in Sausa- Uto, California and enroutehome visited with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. andjrfrs, Dan GIdley and Lee in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Five days Mr. and Mrs. Reding also spent on a trip to Hawaii returning home the middle of tlds week., They went via plane. " ,; MUllcent and Beverly Patrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patrick, Long Island, New York, were guests here five days in the home of an aunt and uncle,'Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert and sSns 'and attended the wedding of their cousin Gloria Faber and Jim Ell Wanger In St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft on December 26. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and Mike returned to Carbondale, ninols after spending tbe holiday season In the homes of the paternal parents, Kir. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf, Burt, «ol here with the maternal parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas. On Tuesday evening Dec. 30, a birthday dinner In observance of Mike RlngsdorPs ^rd birthday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Ringsdorf andTom. Others „ attending besides f tbe birthday observer were his'par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Burt. Mrs. Mae Lattlmer, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and family, Mrs. K^L. Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. John Thul all from St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds and family, Algooa. '' 81 "3 "V*r . ^, , .H .* . ^ afct^T'V T'.-I ",,. ^uaiqUmfECT^Vj^ffEa^^a^pMi rtt^lilMn k ."Becker,, Cedar Rapids', r spent a week of their holiday'vacation here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien'and Mr. and Mrs. .Peter" Becker. A Holiday HJg family gathering was held' here on Friday , at the home* of Mrs. Rosalie , Qlg and family.' J , Mr. and Mrs, Richard McGulre, and daughter,, Gainesville Mo. spent Christmas here In the ST. JOE-The annual Frlder- - es Holiday gathering was- held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul' Erpeldtng and family with > a dinner proceeding the gift ex• change and social evening. The ^ evening was spent playing '500 with prices received by Mrs. ::!^^K^^.,^^^^ ; ^tBS&tf** 11 ?* 1 iSSM^fiA'SSlf s B SS^j-«^^ / Sister'Louts, Marie, .Dyersvillei^f Sfe^ S^^l S or W ;,^Sl5b 3 r;Betty..Fjriderej ! ,,St. Jos- x JJgesviUe,^^'v^^rs^ * epKsft School^-«ursinX^ort ? ^^?^C|rg^ par-, ' - -- '"• -Jrpthy^^^^^Cy/UKei- fM&$®%ISf'^w* •& w\t*-w<f, ^', i wtsS«*»» ! *fl. T '*" ftsa^ .'••!!••••»•»•»•*»» f»»ee»K» ^i««* *j«j6j^B%fj;- ffj W fe^i^i^i^i^i^i^Mi«MMMi1MMMHMIMftli^MMMiV^ After-Inventory CLEARANCE! l*' 1 * 1 *' 1 ?? 1 ^*™ 1 " 18111 * 1 ^^ ^ —- -^. .*. * ,jfc -m, ia.- ^fc^ai^^aifc^Bjfc^fc^^i^^* 207 E. 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