The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1948 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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mm^- i: '' : -'''?^'i ;: : r'Vv^ v - '" ' ' "' * ' -* r i.6wr«tf ftrbgfaffl! Ifa .Wilson; sex- — the fdL..,., f«»si6hal, .AM& ... .„„.., o^- m-Tlie Barefabt frailrsalutft- »y» Qehfcya'.Hansj valedictory. fc'nrfiSlft'/'tha Rev. ' 4.1. «i.i"«i-« —S» Geli " ans, .Rosalie Frye, LuVerta ?Jplt tfqffitBori, Betty .^ti filler' ; , f M6fvin Wcrtles. supt. Cook aH- nourtcedihWhtfd received word |rpm"We"j1kVy thdt Sidney Kicn- ( it!*'Who enlisted'lh the• navy 6 yeaft kgo, had 'finished 3 years of hifeh school .Work andjifs dlpoima wfs sonVto registered Jfhc' class eofor's were 'gray and roltf and tbefi 1 ' motto, ,"up to the pdbrr .Qttfer the' threshold and into thtf.'Wprld^Eac^member oi d Of the faculty, the ,_„.—. ,„.. the school board, H. is Murfny, and the speaker, the Rev,< Youngdahl,-'wore 1 - an* Amcri- rose.» ' Band Mothers At LuVerne Elect '^Luyei^*— Trie Bajid Mothers club met in 'the' science rooms of tne Luvdrne school 'Wednesday cyenmgJ^Ma'y J2.»Mfs//PauL PhiK lips, vice president, preside^ at tne business meeting and election of, officers hi, the absence of the president -Mrs. Frank S.anford. '[Officers elected for the coming year wefe: Mrs. Herman Schulz. president; MrS. Har'old H. Phillips, vice ^president;" Mrs. Hugh Shirk, secretary, and Mrs. Harold ' Sorensori, 'treasurer. Reports were read - v and other business cared for i' .jThe social hour was spent playing bingijvwith the entertainment cc$nmitteeyMrs.< Clarence Krause ahdvMrs. Edward Lenz in charge. • •3nwWffWMBT-f r *'* been given a 30-day furlough. Mrs. Cu'fffifi fa 6ft aunt of Mrs. C, M. Whitehill and Mrs. C. H, Clemeht. l fn obteWftflce of Mdiher's Day Mft dfid Mrs 1 , Wilfred Paul- stick telephoned the former's mother Mrs. Walter Paulsikk of Oakland, Calif., last week Sunday. Mf, and MJ% Tarn Verffuei went to Albert Lea Sunday, where Mr, VerHuel transacted business. Mrs. L, A. Vip&nd has Jeceiv* cd a recent letter from her brother A. M, Collinson of Oroville, Calif., stating he is much improved from the high blood pressure and other mirtor ailments he has been troubled with the past several months. Mf. and M«. Arden -OrJon, A*die and Linda spent last week Sunday at Emmetsburg with Mr. and Mrs. fed Clark, parents of Mr. Orton. The Clarks were guests of the Ortons, Saturday. The Big Marshall-Wells Store Ad en Pages 4 and 5 of fhe Second Section Mi . and 'Mica. C, A, Towne had as guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Towne and Richard of New trim, Minn, they are parents and brother, respectively of C. A. Towne. Mrs. R. O, Bjustrom took her mother, Mrs. Bessie Walker, to ».ffi35S Blue Eafiv Ml* to {rdrtsart 'stoW from there the#' and Easlbft, Mitf Mr. arfd'Mrsj Mai ,, Mr. and Mrs.'Be%*f, spectively, Tltey.'a 5 ) daughters-in*laW o£ 1 -' ; ', '' \. ' ' , • '' '^f /' '"' : '•-.'• V -H rt ii ¥i tiu u ML SHOES FQR BO YSAND GIRLS are sold at *U>«K .-;/'.„ <•'„"}.<$ /' ...A-OiU?..' 3«& i eirman NaT qi Open House '< LuVerne—Miss -'Anna B. Murray^, teacher in,Sherman town- ship''district No,' 7,'afid her pu- _.,-_•!,_,'.,,, O p en '.-,-h ousq . a t theh- school Thursday eVenjng. May 6, Attending were the jpupils 1 pa- rentsp,cpunty*^superiritpndent -A. E.'Lauritzen, and. his two assist- ants'a,hd A.' L. Brown," Farm Bu- jcautextension/ agent,of Algona, ' J • Tnjj ,'display' of ,w'or}c done' by ^hfe,pupils,and tneir teacher are now^n'tHo IjeGfrootc-Cody store window. The' ? Wofk .accomplished byJtho,, school- Js'\Wpq|derfHl, The time-'jsppnt and-the, success of the projpdts can oijly sfee* appreciated view th, ,of LuVerne-Sherman F.B.ToMeet LuVerne — The LuVerne and Sherman township Farm Bureau meeting will be held at the town hall in LuVerne Thursday evening, 8 p. m.,'|May 20. Earl Chambers and Mrs. Aaron. A. Stuesiy are the program chairmen. .The topics Will be weed control in charge of-Mr. Chambers and gardens and flowers'by Mrs. Stuessy.' County weed commissioner Pat McEnroe of Algona wjll be a speaker. ,"A special speaker for the gardens and flowers rtoplc 'is bqing Jengage'd.'< ».*" ' Alvin. Weber*-will r«r«{ an/ar- tlcle^from the?,Bureau ^Farmer / magaiinp;t'''i' %??"*. ^S^ty^"^ r ^\ . and 1 Me'sdames $U£n Darby/Robert «Rusher, Rby.^Jphnsdn, Edwin Hanselman," Lando Mishak. Ted Wegner, Roland • ,Lonz, Henry Blumer and Frank Gronbach. Improvement Rod Honors For 17 Seventeen junior high pupils in the. eighth grade are on the improvement honor roll . 'for the second and third quarters. Being on the 'roll means there 'has been improvement in at -least two grades and none have ife&i lowered. Students listed. are:, * Dick AmUnson, ' Mary TSason Carole Finn, Barbara Galbraith, 'George , Helmers, Charles' Crap- ;scr,, Robert Junk, Joanrie Kurtz, -' LOCALS Mrs. Louis Sollo.w '.has rented her house to an employee of the Weidenhoff company' t and his family, and has 'gone ,tO live with her son and daughtervin-law, ,Mr. and Mrs. Lou Rcfbinson, who have an acreage sqUth of town. Mr. and Mrs. ' Allen , Slickers spent last«weeke,ndi- a.t sGrundy Center with ,the former-'s parents, Mr. and-,Mrs.'Albert Slick- s - - '••?' ,," Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Schmidt spent the weekend'. • at, - Des Moines with. Mr. v and Mrs. -Ceo. Kinkki, ^>, '..vV,< ' i Mr." and' Mrs.^LfVL,' Riter had as guests jlast.we'ek 1 Suriday Mr. and- Mrs.^iQllford,".Qreen, son MShlon^ and"K|^fd^id-DJck.LCja- cousin of Dinner ers. Mrs, iguesqr.a rs Gordon Schmidt, 'ifstjjweek Sun day' were ffie^fofjwjer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoover, and Mrs Claude Hain. Mr. and Mrs. Alfrtd Semon had as guests last week Sunday their daughter 'and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Welp and Edward Joseph of Storm Lake., Ths Rev. Peler Stahl, retired priest from Lacoma of the Dav| enpqrt diocese, has purchased a house on North Minnesota street and expects to take possession Sept. 1. M Mrs. Alfred Semon spent a few days at Whittemore with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs* Nick Scmon\ caring for Mrs. Se-J mon, ^who has not been in good health of late but is~now improved. , Mr.-^ and Mrs. Andrew Hansen ^had as guest a few days last *.« k ^,-, r- 'loo; sister-infiaw ".ot *Mr;"H«ifls'eri, •Dr. 1 and Mfs. 'Harold, Meyer Spent the weekend at Des Moines Where the doctor attended a The Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Kittrell went to .Waterloo, Monday, and were over night guests of the former's mother. They also visited other relatives. Mrs. E. C. Polter went to Ames last week to attend Veisha and to visit her sister and brother-in- law, Mr, and Mrs. O. F. Moore. Mrs. Jessie Edwards had as recent guests • Mrs. Ina ' Jensen, Jerry and Darlene of Big Lake, Minn. The freshman class members of the local high school had a picnic supper, Wednesday, at the State park. Class sponsors are Esther Qumby and Mrs. Marian Conkling. Mrs. Joseph Curran of Galbraith, is a patient at the Kossuth hospital and is improving a little. Her,case presented seri- f'-firsji* find ifVines- ito-her<son James serving in' the navy at Pearl Harbor. He flew here,, leaving - , .--.— - there .Sunday and 'arriving state osteopathic convention. ' Wednesday of last week. He has , 'Kennefli WlcCon- ' nell;, Tom /Montgomery,' 'Sherry Spear; Jaequeyn.e ^pltz,'> ,Bill Bryant, Cqrrine^Carstensep, Max- .ine Gibson, and Dianq? Schaap- f .'Seventh;' gradcfs on- the, im" EHD-OF-MAY TIRE SALE ,„..„,.. roll are!.p,Qbert,'Bahr", Virginia -Fi'isteidt, Cur'tfe 'Jphnson, Alice" Kresens^y. ^'Dennis Lieb, Carm?n i Wellendocf. J^acK 'J31ack,; Carol Collins 1 ,-Lois Punk, Beverly Johnsop; >• Dennis Qrtonr', Janice ^Webster, it , .„.,..„ ,agenuine f ' * ( V-t- i* II f . BE Goodrich ,-f.-- . lo llf|j%*«i *n+*^~ ••!>**j«jk —1. ^.ti*~ Boys/ SOAP BULLETIN .'•»T;' •t'rfij -r^^Sftf '• 'r > ' 1 >". \ff;.U i , • r f i, f V^t r. ^,,->,;' t ,4> ? C^ \\ " A i'"-''•• t- ?/ % l te#^-- ! ^ Mli *» * ••. ! ',' ' T -»ai ' "•.%' ?tl ALL-AMERICAN , -' SOAP BOX 'DERBY '.': - ; : •', National Headquarters N-227 General Motors Building - ; Detroit 2, Michigan <'• Mr, J. R. Chrischiljes, . ' " ,' Algona Junior Chamber of Commorco \ ,, , Algona, Iowa . - „ • ;«' Dear Mr. Chrischillcs: '\ .-, ./ " . Thank you for your enthusiastic letter. It is very gratifying ' la read of such enthusiasm as .displayed bv vour 'Junior Chamber /''' of Commerce for the Soap Box Derby. " ^ .,<v ; It has been decided by the National Contest Board to abolish , all supporting or multiple races jn 1948. This meihod of operation '>', makes each race an official Soap Box Derby race with winner com-'i ing direct to the national finals. '.. With the enthusiasm which your group maintains, they will ' be willing to Jransppri boys from Algona to the nearest city in Ipwa., • , (Fort Dodge) where an official race is running Jhis year. If'-an Al» ? gona boy should win that race, he would be sent % Akjron, PhitMo compete in the national finals, '.' t " < _,''.= Very truly yours, ^/ ' MYRON E. SCOTT ' 1 '' i- '' General Manager, All-Anjerican' . ' Soap Bpx Derby * ,,' >',"*•• ~ : •*'•?'?& , y\ *,'*.'? 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