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Renwick News (Newspaper) - February 25, 1971, Renwick, Iowa SPORTSMAN'S CORNER 1966; Volume 5 20 Printed at Iowa Qri February 25, 1971 BASKETBALL FEBRUARY AND MARCH BV GIRLS DEFEAT KANAWHA IN FIRST TOURNAMENT GAME The Boone Valley hit the tournament trail on the right foot as they defeated Kanawha in the of sectional gives a 6 and 12 record for the Valley the North Star action with a Slid S Block points each the 1 27- points for Betten close behind with 26 SCORE BY QUARTERS BV GIRLS END SEASON WITH 13 RECORD The Valley Girls had their hopes for semi in sectional when they met Hampton on ton's Valley their season with a the The final contest was Hampton 65, 49. r White with 25 ferry Dunn Gallagher in 18. Lynne on turned ankle led scoring 21 Cheryl had 17. Crossley had points for the SCORE BY QUARTERS 19 37 B 6 29 34' ck Lions Iowa out those men in our the Growers arid Corn second place ers the Soybean 19 men for the The yields 35.29. bu. Acre with an for the measured fields working out Chris with i r v o r men part The trapping ground opossum weasel will mid- part inM entire in the corrected to a moisture more farmers the State How and fit into the state open answered by 8-members. Mrs Chairman co pAYS UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS County The found in Marquette W. x 1 Ron's Restaurant 13 12 individual Game the yield of Don placed second with a yield of 52.60. MARY STEVENSON AT BIRTHDAY Mrs and Mrs and on attending on six men noted above from the Renwick their efforts in the 1 1 HOSPITAL HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs Mrs Floyd Swan hostess at this project and since the project was started they have lap 61 bed pads and 22 wheel chair win were at- More than i million dollars insurance ments contributed to Iowa's omy m the Iowa Em- re- For weeks of un- the total paid out was In this County as payment for 69, weeks of The Unemployment Insurance gram is financed by contributions from employers and helps those who are involuntarily largest number with 24 paid in weeks with 27 and paid and family and Clarence who was a Dunning and at the Hospital Myral Swan of 10 days and Marvin the EOT Card Club home and Mr EOT CARD Mrs Vern Harris entertained was a patient there a week return ed home Wednesday patient on Tuesday 500. played two Mrs. Laura last and George Hoffman entered 'the at Dodge Sunday for tests and surgery Mrs Marie was taken by ambulance afternoon to the entertained LOCALS DAY TO BE MARRIED SAT. NIGHT Mr and Larta trly announce the marriage of their Martha Alice First Baptist in Bluff morning out most the day were cut ATTENDS MOTHERS and ia RECEIVES Mrs. Grove score received the Mrs Virgil Er- wto Hostess Mrs Alfred Kleen was a guest at this be- kept the pushed in the middle of the street what traffic there was mov of evening a lot of it put and will Main Street OBSERVES MTH WEDDING Mr and Mrs were by the ladies to They also tied 6 WORLD UNITED of Services March the in Friday morning February 12th, Mr Bleeker received word of the death of his Mrs Minnie Bleeker of Castlewood So. Mr and Mrs a family left Friday to go to The funeral services were held on Tuesday and Mr Bleeker and family returned home Mr and Wayne Sunday afternoon at the David Van Pelt home at Wilbur Klassi of Greene spent Sunday with his Mrs Elizabeth Klassi and Miss Lena Geigel was also a Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs Jerry Wolf and at 2 their tation .to all churches to this A follows the OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY and Mrs Jerry Helmke and of Mr family of Mrs and lunch guests of Mrs and Gary Easier and ily and son Sunday dinner and lunch guests at the home of Mr. Mrs Corwin Peer at They observing the SHOOTING PRESERVES REMAIN OPEN Mrs Mr friend the Tuesday was ATTENDING CONVENTION IN ATLANTIC CITY and and Mr and Oppedahl left on Friday to attend the Mr and Mrs liam SALE FEBRUARY M HALL Also serving coffee and MM. Star Kraft and family and Mr arid Mrs tional home AASA at Atlantic net Paul Kratt celebrate his Game bird shooting is not over in despite the of hunting Legal shooting of chukar CELEBRATES ridge and dudes Is available at twelve private arid Mrs Robert where 'the season extends through March and Mrs Carl were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Lloyd Pool Mrs Dean Johnson of Iowa City visited several days with her moth Mrs They visited William Tincher in the Nursing Saturday evening supper guests at the cher home were Mr arid man Tincher and family of Eagle Grove arid Larry Tincher and Jimmy of and Wayne and family of St. Mr and Mrs Jerry Tjelle were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Lane Norman who attends Luther College at Decorah and Jim who attends side College at Sioux City spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Sanford Anderson visited with Mrs Ann Vaughn at the Block Nursing Home in Eagle Grove on Saturday and also Ottilia Kitley in Eagle Friday afternoon visitors at the AASA and will return home rare Elmo Arne home Mr and censed State Conservation Wise of TO f MET Mr and Mrs Mrs Barrick entertained observe coffee group for Wednesday after- CELEBRATES 7TH BIRTHDAY Mr and Mrs Walter Kraft and were guests at the Donald Kraft home to help 7th FRACTURES ANKLE When borne tending the Aid at the the in ia BRIDGE CLUB MET McCurry Double T Bridge Club at her home Wednesday received high score prize went to Dmn were from Eagle Mr and Pool visited with Mrs Esther Barton at Algona Friday INJURED IN FALL Mrs Ernest Pergande slipped on the ice when going to her faffing and injured her She was taken to the and a cast was put on and she to Commission also sible for supervising the posting of general reg bird The operators are Iowa Pre- serve anl have ad- opted of that assure hunting c conditions that closely simulate natural For a the hunter can shoot Mr and Mrs Fred and the of On Freddie attendel the 2Sth wedding the fee in- of Mr aid Mrs old Johnson on Tuesday Mrs Cora W dear Lake aad Mie 4 were HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs Fred Engstrom and Mrs were Mr and trom at dinner was in of the birthday of Galen it be cleaning packaging some ter is guaranteed A IM of Iowa's Meeting pre- is from the SWe and Mr and Mrs S. H. sie of Eagle Mr and Mrs Klassie left on Sunday .to go to Tempe Mrs Harle and family of Kanawha were Saturday callers at the home of Mrs Engstrom and Mr and Mrs Frank Engstrom of Kanawha were Saturday evening Sunday dinner guests at the Russell Cameron home were Will and Virgil of Mr and Mrs William Plaits of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Lyle eron and Mrs Curtis Morgan and Mrs Anderson were Monday afternoon at Martha and dan
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