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   Renwick News (Newspaper) - February 25, 1971, Renwick, Iowa                                REHWICK SPORTSMAN'S CORNER .fistatilished 1966; Volume 5 20 Printed at Renwick, Iowa Qri Thursday', February 25, 1971 BASKETBALL FEBRUARY AND MARCH BV GIRLS DEFEAT KANAWHA IN FIRST TOURNAMENT GAME The Boone Valley 'Girls hit the tournament trail on the right foot as they defeated Kanawha in the first, .game of sectional touma- iMnl.. The. victory: gives the, Bob- ctts a 6 and 12 record for the sea- 'son. Valley finished- the North Star .Conference action with a '3 Slid S reprd.' ''tyrine Block and' Cross-: ley'Had '24 points each for' the vic- 'Sanders. 1 'attack Vritiy points. CheryVOsby 27- points for 'Kanawha. Susan' Betten was' close behind with 26 points. SCORE BY QUARTERS BV GIRLS END SEASON WITH AND. 13 RECORD The Boone; Valley Girls had their hopes for .a semi final'bid in sectional tournaments' .-subdued when they met Hampton on Hamp- ton's home: court. Boonev Valley .ends their season with a Vand.lS record: for': the season; The final contest was Hampton 65, Bpone Valley: 49. r -Kathy White led.Hampton's.SCOT with 25 points, ferry Dunn had: Gallagher chipped, in .with, 18. Lynne Block, playing: on .a. turned ankle throughout-.most of, the, game, led :.-Boone (Valley's scoring r.with 21 points. Cheryl .Sariders. had 17. Lin- da. Crossley had .10 points for the Bobcats. SCORE BY QUARTERS 19 37 -50, B 6 29 34' evening, ck Lions Club-met at. .1 'LJ.I1 Iowa me'Sta cotooM out those men in our ___ tfcatr'enteted the Iowa, MaSeTsoybear; Growers arid the.iowa Master. Corn the. second place ..finish, ers Contest. the Soybean Contest, 19 men .completed for the The yields .ranged.-from 35.29. bu. Acre up'o-53.3ffi bu.'1 with an aver- a'ge for the measured fields working out Chris with i r v o n-.-v-; r men part in; L'1 The the'.WSCS; trapping sea- ground hog, 'bwiger'i' opossum and1 weasel will -also 'end- mid- part inM UidtM.MethodisU.tturch, entire ''interested in the corrected to a moisture conterit'- more farmers Agriculture5is try.in the State of: fowa. How and .where do-you fit into the "Beau- 'tiful state 'remains-' open forcontinuous answered by 8-members. Mrs coyote. _.-.j .u- Devbtipiis. Chairman co pAYS can' UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS County Wic-. The found in Marquette '1EAMSTANMNG W. x ;SIiafar TruckrUrie'-------20 1 --------17 Ron's Restaurant 13 12 Tree; individual Game the yield of S321. Don Bjorensbn placed second with a yield of 52.60. MARY STEVENSON .HONORED AT SlURPRISE, BIRTHDAY Uoyd Mrs and Mrs Marty, and Marty, on .Mary who-is attending West- mar'rcollegelat 'LeMars, on Sun- oay'in birth- Each'of the. six men noted above wire.-awarded aifine .trophy, from the Renwick Lions-.Club.for their efforts in the contest. 'John Wai- 1 1 HOSPITAL HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs Mrs Floyd Swan was. hostess at this group" has-a-' project of'making.lap robes, bed. pads, and since the project was started they have completed.81. lap robes, 61 bed pads and 22 wheel chair pads. California, win were at- More than .three i million dollars in'unemployment insurance .pay- ments contributed to Iowa's econ- omy m December, the Iowa Em- ployment; Secwty.  irs 'Crfa.Rininger.and family of Schar: ____ ___ lefrMr.aind Mrs William'Hermke, -fterhoon and lunch guests of Mrs Mr, and Mrs; Gary Easier and fam- Klassi. ily and.Mr and Lar- son 'were Sunday dinner and lunch guests at the home of Mr. and' Mrs Corwin Peer at Ogden. They were, observing the weddiny SHOOTING PRESERVES REMAIN OPEN Mrs Mr friend the Fptey.. Tuesday was ATTEKTWM ATTENDING CONVENTION IN ATLANTIC CITY and Elward; Bleeker, and Mr and "Mrs'' Oppedahl left on Friday to attend the Na- anniversary'of' Mr and Mrs Wil- liam afternoon. SALE FEBRUARY M HALL Also serving coffee and goodies. MM. Star Kraft and family and Mr arid Mrs tional Coovention meeting._pf .the home AASA at Atlantic Citv c, (irlfKraft net Paul Kratt celebrate his birthday. Game bird shooting is not over in .Iowa despite the .closing of hunting seasons.. Legal shooting of pheasants, quail, chukar part- CELEBRATES ridge and dudes Is available at .Mr-and Mrs- Tteinas Lundyvof twelve private shooting-preserves Kanawha, Mr' arid Mrs Robert where 'the season extends through March Mr, and Mrs Carl Hebhich were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Lloyd Pool home. Mrs Dean Johnson of Iowa City visited several days with her moth er, Mrs WiHiahi Tincher. They visited William Tincher in the Bei- 'mood Nursing Home, Saturday evening supper guests at the Tin- cher home were Mr arid .Mrs Nor- man Tincher and family of Eagle Grove arid Larry Tincher and Jimmy of Garner. 'Mr and .'Mrs Wayne .Christoph- ersbn and family of St. Ansgar, and' Mr and Mrs Jerry Tjelle were Saturday' eyeniiig supper guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Lane Norman Schipuil, who attends Luther College at Decorah and Jim Schipuil who attends Morning- side College at Sioux City spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Loreri Schipull. Mr and Mrs Sanford Anderson visited with Mrs Ann Vaughn at the Block Nursing Home in Eagle Grove on Saturday and also vis- ited. with.Mrs Ottilia Kitley in Eagle .Grove. Friday afternoon visitors at the AASA and will return home Thursday. The, rare li-v Elmo Arne home were' Mr and censed State Conservation Wise of Minneapolis, TO WCOOtNO f ?ST B4KTHDAY GROUP. MET Mr and Mrs will; ?f Mrs Mary, Barrick entertained observe then; '51st neighborhood, coffee group for versary "birthday on; Wednesday after- CELEBRATES 7TH BIRTHDAY Mr and Mrs Walter Kraft and LuAiui were guests at the Donald Kraft home 'Thursday, to help Lynette-Kraft- celebrate'her- 7th birthday. FRACTURES ANKLE When retnrntag borne from'at-; tending the .First Aid at the Ftenwkk Scboot the in ia tbdr BRIDGE CLUB MET i, 'Stanley McCurry enter- Double T Bridge Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. .Mrs received high score prize and'second went to n, rfl, awie. Dmn mmmttit were from Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs) Uoyd Pool visited with Mrs Esther Barton at Algona Friday INJURED IN FALL Mrs Ernest Pergande slipped on the ice when going to her car, faffing and injured her ankle. She was taken to the txaprlal and a cast was put on and she to retnn home. Commission also respotW sible for supervising the posting of vbouhdrjr'-markeri ,and general reg .'ula'tipn' of' pen-raised game: bird practices. The operators are mem- bers' 'of Iowa Pre- serve 'Association anl have ad- opted standards' of 'operation that assure hunting c conditions that closely simulate natural condi- tions. For a fee, the hunter can shoot Mr and Mrs Fred Pogge. and the game'birds of :his' choice. On Freddie attendel the 2Sth wedding 'most1 of'the preserves, the fee in- onniyersary of Mr aid Mrs Har- ..v.-.j_.i...... old Johnson on Sunday." Tuesday afternooa Mrs Cora WaternriOer. W dear Lake aad Mie Ktmf 4 were ris- HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs Fred Engstrom and Mrs Galen'Efigslrom were 'Sunia'y'' dinner-'-'giiests :at''the horne-of Mr and Mrs-Roger Engs- trom at Enunetsburg. The" dinner was in honor, of the birthday of Galen Engsfrom! it be ctades' cleaning -and packaging 'of giine.' some tbe' ban- ter is guaranteed birds. A IM of Iowa's Meeting pre- is from the SWe 'Conmicnoo, .Minn., and Mr and Mrs S. H. Klas- sie of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Klassie left on Sunday .to go to Tempe Arizona. Mrs Bob. Harle and family of Kanawha were Saturday 'afier- -noon callers at the home of Mrs Annette' Engstrom and Mr and Mrs Frank Engstrom of Kanawha were Saturday evening callers. Sunday dinner guests at the Russell Cameron home were Will and Virgil Paskin of GollfleW, Mr and Mrs William Plaits of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Lyle Cam- eron and family. Mrs Curtis Morgan and Mrs SMford Anderson were Monday afternoon vititsra at the, Lena, Martha and dan Eknerbone.   

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