The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1948 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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">>."?;•,* '-*." •?• ' • ,\ ' * ^ f ^ * * t^- '' -' ' ":.j . , - f, i* 5J > ' 1 j i { ~ SECOND SEOTIQN St, Joe Tp Graduate 11 Seniors Thursday Night ' "**•- eleVen members\ of the ' " ...... • r-" uni iinim niiirniMmnnii i TT-^ f" f-r j rr*ftiT*'"---'iv- -•*•-! f,,, - -'- mi — -«- i--r--f—i»-Tit^iuij ALOONA, IOWA, TUCSOAV, MAY 16, 1946 .. . ...,!.. .,,*.*, ,-S.it,~i *.S r ' ,.' ..»(.. . -,». » j . 1848 graduating class of St. Jos* eph's parochial school; at St. Joe, «r« pictured here. '.Cpmmeneemeftt exercises will 06 held Thursday evening, May 20, at 8 o'clock at St. J&seph's church, , Father George Theofcbld, and members of the 1948 graduating class, are pictured Henry C. Thilges, class president i: AHee M, Cunningham ] f . -Kaihryn.S. Kitsch, secretary f i ^ ^ .-*' • , .«i . * , • * ~ ' v, •' .'A Refer 'C. Reding;'. H j"* ' "'"—'' 1 -'I Marguerite C. B&irmann 'i<" 3e£'. "\ 3H$* - - - -j»^^,*v -Jk ^A' 4^i»^l * * Reman ,W. Oaies : fMr .v;. Swea City Man Escapes In Fire . §We* Clfy — Howard Smith, Swea City boy whosfe parents, Mr. and Mfs. Floyd Smith, are farmers in East Chain township, was among the IS teachers and 300.pupils ..who ,fled .from the burning school building at - Shell Rock on Thursday. The unlucky 'day, the 13th, Was lucky in one .respect—not .one- of* the .pupils and teachers was injured. Mr. Smith, junior high teacher and assistant coach, Was teaeh- ,ng a class'of 20 pupils in,a sec- ind .floor classroom when he saw smoke coming from a box of .naps in a corner, Attempting to jrag the box to a nearby fire extinguisher, he discbvercd thai the.smoke was coming from the wall. Meanwhile, the pupils had hurried to the fire exit across the room, but had found the lower levels of the outside steel stair- Way to be wrapped in smoke, wnich was billowing irom the windows of the room 'beneath. They made their escape by tht inside stairway, though the fire was in the floor bf the room just below. ' .' , ! Back, fihed $5 I OUosen-^-Raltih iHk'Jiards had .iis car stolen while He was''going through the'Ma'yb,clini6 ( Rochest- ar, Minn., last w,eek. Upon returning from 1 one of l his appointments h& -found his car, a Buick gone from wliere he had left it. He reported the theft to the police. ' * < " ' The car was fouhd unharmed and everything intact about four blocks from the place that Mr. Richards- had originally parked it. On this 'particular, 'day a band contest was; being held in Rochester and the tovm was crowd- ed'with cars'. It-is thought tnat some kids decided .to take a ride with the thought of returning the It is happens that this sort thing has been going on recentl in Rochester and the city mad an ordinance that anyone leavin keys in their parked cars woul be liable to a $5 fine so Mr. ftlch ards had to pay that fine When? his car was returned. Lakota Seniors * See Minneapolis * Lakota—The high schoot seniors spent skip day at Minneap* olis last week -Monday, where they enjoyed a day of sightsee» ing. Amon'g other things they went through the Freedom Train with its display of important •locumcnts, etc.; they climbed to he top of the Forshay buildingi ;<3 stories nigh, for a View of the :ity. The group was chape'roncd by Supt. J. W. Cook and Mrs. ^ook and drove up in the school bus, stopping at points of interest, too and from the city. Cliff Buckets drove the bus. IF IT'S NEWS. WE WANf IT I WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. AAAD AT ME/ Xl HE THOUGHT t SAID I'D ^ GIVE HIM A BRACELET FROM \Lusby&Giossi / / ' ^! : ' Poppy 4 Eldon'C, Alimart Bernard Zeller !*' r 1 I - ... -TJ^ Q T -T-, -|} "• Memorial P9ppi§8'' which?* the , people of Algona wij^weaj- |n honor of the war dead 9ri > 1*oppyJDay, Saturday, May f a0 ceived by Ha|g i erioan Le|ion . •, shipment pame hospital. Dep Moin^sr where, the yed flowers WB^ made, by re m* ,' : The *•*"•••-mi, & of the tjqn and are wnable to work'for long Rev/ods. It gives the veterans a decided Jjft in morale when they, are able tq send something to trjeir families. Those without dependents use the money to create a nest egg for themselves against the day when they leave the npspitais and endeavm 1 to reestablish themselves in life.. i '. -i * Rev. Bur^ss, Wife Home From East < V S , „ The B.ihd m-'s. h.Ewl Bur ' wcr . . Qt hpjtpe tes,t l Aveei' from s weeHs i trip t« Beetpn , and Q{ interest in ALBERT A. SCH1PULL Republican Candidate For FIRST KOSSUTH DISTRICT Primary Election June 7 \our Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated r-K'- fa** * « ; <Wn » , frii, 4V -.,,J >'•>•$&& £ Silver 'Cream and Sugar Gold lockets heart shape Square. $4.50 - $17.50 Full-cut diamond wedding" band in fish-tail setting'mounted in 14K gold. Epaulette •sets as worn by >Brenda ifjyce in "Emperor Waltz" , 1 $29.75 Tax Incl. Rosaries in silver, crystal, birthstone and pearls, $4.50 to $17.50 ' Uipel pins and ear~rings for the bride's going away suit or bridesmaid's gifts, $10,00 up Elgin American, Richard Hud Dorothy Gray com PfiBft ft'?; "I'

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