The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 21, 1946
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21,1940' W. A. (BUI) Barry Candidate In the Dem<icratid , Primnry felectioi! for' Kossitth COUNTY TREASURER WILL BiU • —Resident bt ftossttth- Cotmty. tot 4 —Practical Business Experience anlj ttettlittg WitH therJPubHe for 37 Y6ars. t ; , , J > —A kosSuth 1 tot*paycr fdr 37 l^eafs.'' -, EFFICIENCY— teddttoMY-iAtfto ABOVE ALL COURTESY v They Live If You Remetiiiber , Few "things are more precious IBart the irlemory of the loved, one who,;has gone.. As Mem'orlal; Day 'approaches, let us all give more than a passing thought to 'those 'who once meant so much td us, but who are now gone. A visit to the cemetery— a ?ew flowers on the grave—these are the manifestations of our love and reverence for them. Lot 'us',;ri6V ;/ 'fbrg¥ti-for truly "they live—-if you remember." ' '' ; •- •>'• - FUNERAL CHAPEL Algona, Iowa ne For Prompt'Service On 20-Ycars Experience—^No Redj Tape-i- tfiist <EaUdis>l^o^^ able .Delivery.; "';'"':;..'• .'.'0. • '../' Bjustrom's Established 1925 Algona r Iowa ' ' QOV. BLUE RE-ELECT . Robert D. Blue 2ND TEAM 47-ycars'old. Private'Wo^ld .War I. He started at the'bottom and worked his way up. ' » t '•• -V - • r VETERANS LEGISLATION SCHOOU LEOISUATION RETIREMENT ACTS- CITY, COUNTY, STATE epPU TAX EXEMPTION^OR VETS 9 AORICUWRALACTS .AVIATION CODE 'TRUCK LAW . yak CUT IN STATE INCOME TAX STATE AID fOR UJCAL CPVERHMWT 3^1 MILLION TOR LOCAL SWOtS STATE AIP-FARM ^rvtv vii i jinbbii* i l »>^fcv* "*JI |'«^'*»T±/IS? tugs ' x | f T*«re7r |fft^s. ALCSDNA Honor AthMes, Stiidents «l Lone Rock Class Day May 17 Lone: ROck: The liohe Rock day program was held Friday morning at 10 o'clock, May-17-, at the high school auditorium. The "Gang Of '46" consists of Shirley Bates, Ardelle Fischer, Lillian Gregerson, Doris Gross, June' Hanna,: Ruth Householder, James Jorgensen, Ruth Kraft, Doris Marlow, Donald Nelson, Jacqueline 'Pet-son, Emma Schrader, Genevieve Thomson. The Class Day program consisted',of; Music by the 'band, class prophecy by Donald Nelson and written also by James Jprgenson; Glass''WilMy -ShirfeyfjBates and written 1 also by June JFanna and Ardtflle Fischer;'class history by Ruth Kraft, and '.written, also by GeneVieve Thbrnsen; class: poeni by. Jacqueline -Person and also written,by Doris Gross;-solo by James : Potgenson; salutation by liillian Oregersbn ..and 'Valedictorian speech -by Emma Schrader. -Mr.; Hutfcell presented, the Scholarship -awards to : tihe -Salu- tlta'ripn and' Valedictorian. 'Miss KohnS presented' the senior girls letter awards for basketball to: Shirley .Bates, Lillian Gregerson, Ruth' Householder, Doris Marlow, Jacqueline Person, and Emma Schrader; and she also presented the Under class .girls letter awards ifor basketball to Ersel Bierle, Phyllis Hawks, Betty Kueck, Joyce Marlow arid Helen Schmidt. V' The Senior boys awarded letters for basketball and baseball 'by the coach, Chas. Farmer, were: Donald Nelson, James Jorgensen and the under class boys being awarded felt letters for basketball to Donald Bier- 'stedt, Richard Gross, CKarles Hawks. Willard Ohm, Sanford Mitchell, Victor Dreyer, and underclass boys awarded felt letters for baseball were Donald Bierstedt, Richard Gross, Charles Hawks, Willard Ohm, Sanford Mitchell, Kenneth Flaig, Victor Dreyer, Eugene Blanchard, Delbert Blanchard, Kenneth Thornsen, and Marland Jorgensen. Miss lone Lease presented the awards for music to the following people: the instrumental group receiving letters of award were Ruth Kraft and Doris Marlow and those receiving'letters of award for vocal work Were: Jas. Jorgensen, Donald 'Nelson, Ardelle Fischer, Lillian Gregerson, June Hanna, Doris Marlow, Ruth Kraft, Emma Schroeder, Jacqueline Person,, Genevieve Thomsen, Ruth Householder, ' and Doris Gross. Joy Lee Hutzell was presented with a music pin., Those receiving. Highest- grades in the classes for'the-year Were: for the Seniors—Emma Schrader, first, Lillian Gragerson-"secelndi Doris Marlow,: third; Juniors' — Joyce Marlow first, Phyllis Hawks second, Ersel Bierle third; sophomores — Helen Schmidt first, Sanford Mitchell secorid, Leroy ' Decker third; and fresh rhen-^-Heleri' Sprank first, Joart Zwiefel and Joan Flaig tied tot second. The class song writteri by Lillian' Gregerson and Ruth Householder was then sang by the Seniors. Mrs. L. E. Hutzell, Joy Lee and Larry, are quarantined with scarlet fever. Joy Leo having the disease. Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Knoll Sr. of Algona spent Thursday visiting ^their daughter, Mrs, A. L. Baker, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marolcl Schlei of Fenton spent Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Clair Bellinger. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin MarloW brought her grandfather, Wm. Salmon of Algona Wednesday for a few days visit. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Win. Nelson were the Alton Hurlburt family of Kariawha. The men have commenced working on the Wayne Lynch home after their home was on fire a few weeks ago. Tuesday the young people, B. Y. P. U., of the Baptist church at Bancroft held a wiener roast at the Chas. Osborn farm. Rev. and Mrs. Whitehouse and children came Monday night to attend the commencement exercises here and also visit friends.- Laverne Schroeder, who is attending college in Sioux City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Dale. Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Dale attended the commencement exercises of her niece Har-. riet Schmeling at- Whittemore Wednesday evening. Sunday dinner 'guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bilsborough of Al- 'gona, were Mr. and Mrs. M. O. .Richards and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.; Bernard O'DonnelL and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer spent Wednesday evening there. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fischer were Sunday dinner guests , at the home of their daughter-son, Mr. and Mrs. Del-; mar Fischer and family. Mrs. Edw. Hoppe and Roger, P. L. Person and Mildred spent Sunday visiting Edw. Hoppe.who is in the hospital in Rochester, Minrtiv Mr; Hoppe^is•• rec'ove'rin, nicely and'has started to learn I walk again. '..-'• Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen attended the commencement exercises of .their daughter, Verda Bell, from nurses training at'Al- bert Lea the first of May. She came home last Saturday for a couple of weeks rest before starting on a job. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultx and Gary Gene and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blonchard drove to Sioux Rapids Wednesday evening to attend the commencement exercises of their niece, Miss Beverly Soncs, who also was :the valedictorian of her class, . Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Suching and Harry of. Fairmont, Minn., spent Sunday afternoon at the homo of Mr. and Mrs, Karl Ewoldt. Mrs. Ewoldt attended a Mothers-Daughters banquet given by the Rotamac club at Algona as a guest of her daughter, Elva. Mr. -and Mrs. Robert Bates and children of New York came to the parental S. B. Bates home, Sunday. Sunday dinner guests there Were Don Marlow and family, Jean Bates of Washington, •D. C., and Mr. and Mrs; Eldon Marlow, in honor of; Don : Marlow's birthday. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Osborne were Mrs. Chris Madison and Milton, Mr. Tinus Madison, Marjorie Osborn of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod of Fenton, Mrs. Bert Teck of Califor- No Restrictions On Some Models Available Now Many funllln will b« cnjoylni loon th«t new pre-w«r quality .Green Coloniil Furnace they've been wiitlng for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? If not, .da It quicklyj the-demand fa heavier than -the Immediate lupply — but you'll alwayi be glad you waited to; • Green Colonial Furnace. Bee ui today. Whether, you prefei coal, oil, or ia> there's « ipeclally deiljned Green Colonial Furnace : to Iniurt your, comfort COAL & Phone .464.', . N; Dodge St. Algona. Iowa BFHfflWCE SERVICE- nia arid 'Mr. and Mrs, Jdhri ?Munfch and son of Fehton. Miss lone' Lease, Mrs.''Harry Montgomery, -Miss Helen McMa* 'hon and Mrs. Edw. Banchard spent Tuesday evening visiting Mrs. 'A. E. ! J6rgenspn and new baby at the Kossulh hospital in Algona. Miss Pauline' Kohns also rode 'along and met her sister, Eleanore of 'Cherokee, who came for a visit. A birthday supper in honor of Lawrence Rath Was held Thursday evening at their home with the following guests: Mr. arid Mrs. Clinton Rath and family of Luverne, Mr. and Mrs. • Herbert Busch and family of Algoha, Mr. and Mrs. Han/ey Rath and family, Mr. and Mrs Wm. Rath and Charlene, Mr. arid Mrs. Albert Shaser and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and children, the Fred Rath family. If You Need Seed Corn • M>'« life Wm. J. Pidheer Hia A PROMINENT KOSSUTH FARMER HE THINKS ABOUT MILK-COOLERS "It's pretty much a case of water and temperature ... and yes, a good chunk of work and bother saved. If every dairy farmer had a cold water creek running through his place, wherehe could cool his milk, there wouldn't be any need for any other way. .But Water is" one. problem in keeping milk cool arid fresh. You've got to pump it, and pump it fresh. With a cooler you can Use the same coolifrg water over and over. You know your milk is coming into the creamery cool, even if it's a long haul. A mechanical milk cooler is some'thirigjlbeiievejri^for thenvoirk it saves me, and ;be%use) fcktiow ••-Hve 'got tdp quality milk 365 flays av^ear. -^hat^s 'Why 1 I^ve got two 6f them,,aild^I-say i they?re worth- every penny of the cost." ''Well-Known Kossuth Farmer. (Name on Request) Republioftn GsndiateFor ^_ '';:„• County Attorney -Your Support at th^ Primary Will Be Appreciated I—A Uf^long resident of ltow>tb eoui^y. .f, .. *-, t r Z , Now at Pratt Ejeictric <0 -•-ON'-'. piiveryj I ELECTRIC .an ,-lMn you're a 25-galIon or more producer, you can- deliver,better milk-and do It •"• vvith less work andlese bother if you'have-this-piece-of equipment on-your Place. ....... ' ' . ,- ,««M ONLY Balance Up to 18 Months 4-CAN Capacity Cooler ?Pay $22; Capacity Cooler This'WestinshoUSe . Cooler Is a Beautifully ; Made Piece of Farm f Equipment. Hermetically sealed refrigeration system is completely sealed against djrt and moisture, common milk ' cooler trouble-makers. There are no shaft seals, expansion valves or belts to fail, Heavily reinforced steel cabinets, treated tp resist rust. Thick, efficient Fiber, glas insulation. Powerful agitator which circulates, cold water to all corners of | the cooler. , Pay i$^i:50 Down "• With a Westijwhouse Milk "Cooler, you can-be sure- at all times 'that your milk is cool. *-• >You get an even coQlinff temperature regardless ]0t wea'ther-Mt can 4 be'10»f|n the shade or SO be- ! low, •' On vt^« cooler you to- creHnwry rejects, 1 \' n ' I r opw^in' -v*'

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