The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 6, 1945
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•\v\vv, -THURSDAY, DEC. 6, 1945 PSAY CONTEST ON j'IOWA ? ANNOUNCE been contes t on by "Iowa," -Parochial through schools o publ c the and ; «V ^°/^ c "" tost win be built titles suggested by " ent Commission. 1 ivr'to ?° s * Stato in Which J-.IVO, Work and Prosper." 1500 .words ind all high School ftudente, jfadesfl to 12, are;eligible. The State has te«r! dWded into seven districts artd is cridiMe'd. att; o County"'.'^IflJK'J; and theft-' t6\*the .ALGONA UPPER t»15S itfblNES, ALGONA IOWA state, .huridttd dollar* . itt cash Will be.oferedi Tteyplati has received th# :end6rae1$tiftiof the $tai;e pettflftrnent Instruction, arid the berintefide'ttts have;; a:...,..,. ihforniatfori and instrUcil&nS »for hahdling the. .coritest. )/''?*'?>" «h , 0() 9 W^'ftf. ^earnerybu ;;produces . tf&< j ^A big public saleV'tb be held'LUYERNE FORWARD Thursday. Dec. 13, Id'settle the 1 m * # « tM * » t estate o[ Hertry Wolfe, West if Aft IDC \A Bend.: The Sale will take place- 1 /ILJblLu J*f flh the farm northeast of West »«• «iiA«»f*Mi»* •«*•*« Bend. Complete details of the |fl F()(JRTH WIN sale will be found elsewhere in ' '' t» lit Lu Verne: The Lu Vefhe high school boys and girls basketball teams played Goldfield Friday M, Lewis' of ;A|gbna is everting in the local gyninrtsium. one of those taking part in the , The girls defeated Goldfield by a production of ."The Messiah," to 'score of 33 to 32 in a very fast be presented at Fort Dodge' next and interesting game. Geraldine Sunday, evening, .Ded. 9, at 8 p. n-i. in the high 'schobl auditorium, It will be .the 18th. annual pre> sentaUptt ,of the Christhids production. ; . '.-,, ALGONA CREAMERY BUTTER Ivory Snow Large CRISCO ./;._:.ll2jv PORK AND BEANS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE DREFT 18KPUMPKIN- LARSiN'SVEG. ALL BltLPICKLES 4 .No. 2 cam for .No. 5 tin, each large pkgi PEACHES SAUCE 19c ex^s eeessvv^' GRAPEFRUIT 39c 9c EREFRUl , i: ork | Roasts POUND Henderson was high scorer for the Lu Verne team, making a total of 14 points. Genevieve Thompson made 13 points and HlyMie Larson made six points,: Outstanding players 6ft the Goldfield team were ftelvick, Braden and Mosely, the former" making a total of 12 points. Guards on the local team were Donna Dehnerl. Betty Patterson,; Margaret Moeding and Imdldii Laubenthal. The Iiu Verne boys team won its fourth straipht victory by de* feating tho Goldfiold boys 00 to j 18. Maynard Henderson was the | high point man with a total of ; 34 points. Wayne Sorensen and : Jack McClellan each made 'ten points. Darrell Moeding and Jack McClellan again played outstanding defensive and offensive basketball. The scoring for the boys' game was as follows: Lu. Verne (66) G. FT. F. Henderson -____-.---17 0 0 Sorensen 1._ 5 1 •] McClellan .:...._ .5 0 '0 Moeding •_.-_:.. 4 '1 -«0 Miller,-L. - „„_.. 0 0. 0 Brayton, H. ...^ . 1 0 0 Phillips 0 0 ,0 Meyer, W. . 0. 0' , : 0 Miller, D.. _-0 . 0 "1 Brayton, W. 0 0 ' 0 32 2 S Goldfield (18) G. FT. F. Nelson ... 1 0 ; 0 Haynes •_: . 4 01 Christensen .... 0 0 0 Stevenson 1 0 1 Reichter . 1 01 Whyte 0 0 0 Skinner _..._ 0 1 .1 Growl .. 0 10 Schipull . . 0 1 '0 Schulz _.._ 0 1.0 .These were Boone Valley Conference games. , .' ' Mrt, H. W, fiehnke, Mr. and Mrs.' Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, W> v G. Brace and family, Leona' and Mr - and Mrs. William Ost- f&nitz and Mrs. Hermaft Eehnke wald and family. Mrs. Meyer - - served a delicious luncheon later in the evening. Wlinhold," Str"Lo"uis,' "Mo". ""Mr! and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family visited later in the evening with the Meyers. .A number of relatives of and Mrs. George Meyer Mr, Turn Tsuriln. An automobile driven by Kern "Shorty" McDermott of Epworlh did some fancy turns when it went through >a dead end street in awr-aawK, K g£<»*.:™? =•» , t> . game. Those who were pres- erit were Mr. and Mrs; Henry S^hultz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Hei- wreckage 'and trees and landed top down in the Maquokctn rive.'. McDermott received only minor scratches and bruises. d&iwlth, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vflfigt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Grei- H »» f and daughter Verdell, Mr. Mrs. Harry Seeley, Mr. and Iowa in 1944 marketed 15,800,000 head of hogs, over half which . were slaughtered by plants within the state. packing K. D. .IAM€S, Algona 2WHITTEMOREMENJ OUTOFTHENAVl; Whittemore: Mrs. Henry Zimmerman, formerly- Lois; Ohm,'re.-; ceived , a -telephone call. Sunday.• afternoon fromr her husba.nd;'' Henry Zimmerman, .that'!she'-\vas to meet hint'ln'Mason'City.Mfoh day morning as he-had been dis charged fromUh«- army,-arriving' in the States last'Week from the European war. zone.'.. Mrs. Frank Jergens receivecl .word from her 'husband* that, he has arrived in the States and''is due home at most any time'; from the army. ; Buys Reimers Homi In a deal made last week' Gep. Meyer bought the William Reimers home in the-north'part r pf town and will retire from the Jarm and move here. His son and family will move to -the'home place, vacating the Edwin Greinert farm. : . , : "' Tom Schaller Home— < \ .. .. Marion Hyink, accompanied, by William Decker, drove to Sioux City Thursday to get hjome Thumas Schealler, who was.a,pa- ti^nt in-St. Joseph hospital with a leg injury he sustained while picking corn when- hia ; ,clothing jot caught in a power takepff as slipped while getting off of the tractor, He is getting along a? well as can be expected. ,;' Mr. and; Mrs, Wm. Meyer.' Jr. and family-were Sunday evening 6:00 o'clock dinner guests at, the f. J. Roseridahl home, , Mr. and Mrs,,Arthur»Bahlme and their twp daughters ot Es therville visited Mrs. Bahliner' parents, Mr. a.jid Mrs. -Jphn Meine, Sunday. • A.Mrs. Grim from ...., City bought the Iowa HoteL ; 'for merly, owned by Mr.- and Mv? Theodpre Biersted, She will take possession in the near future. Mr- and Mrs. J, J, MqCreery Fonda, visited Monday afterripQi at thg home of the fQfmer'i mother, Mrs. Harvey P^ijey, an< also-with Dr. and Mrs, J, W.' Mc» Creery, The<Rey. and Mrs, Paul hpld and family and 'Mr, Mrs, Pa w l R, We|nljold,;6t, •Mp,^ Avere Thursday evenjj nep gwftsts ,qf J^r. ai}4-Sjrs, nian,.Vpigt, "-J-vtV'vS Mr-' |n4 Mrs, ert,}(f}?," and'Mrs, Special today... Have a ... no place like home for the pause' that refreshes After a bustling day shopping, what a relief to get home for a chance tbipause and refresh with ice'cold Coke. 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