The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1946 · Page 10
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f Phone 520-W For Prompt Servile On 20 Years Experience — No Red Ta Dependable Delivery — Just Phone Us and We'll Do the Rest. m's Furniture Co* Established 1925 Algona, Iowa VOTE FOR Roseila Voigt Democratic Candidate For County Treasurer Practical Experience as a Deputy Treasurer . . . Life-long Resident of Kossuth. Your Support Will Be Appreciated Just What You Need for Flower Borders, Yards, Children's Play Yards ^ PICKET FENCE READY-TO-PUT-UP in 25 Ft. Lengths FEET fl95 for Paint It Any Color You Want —About 18 Inches High We Have BARN SASH We Have CEDAR POSTS We Have ROLL ROOFING We Have Gravel, Sand, Cement F. S. NORTON & SON Coal . . . Coke . . . Fuel . . . Building Supplies KINDLING WHEN WE HAVE IT Phone 229 Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. DIPLOMAS TO 15 ST JOE SENIORS The 1 Rev. Fitther BeYens of Fort Dodge addressed the grnd- uateS' at the Cdrnmenc'femcnt exercise's on Friday evdhing, May 24, at St. Josephs chUrch, Capped and 'gowfied in grey, the seniors marched fftom the school to churfh to receive! their diplomas of high school graduation. fteV. Father George Theobald conferred diplomas on the following seniors: ' Gcnnnih'e Be'c'kefy I mi a Bcekfif, Betty Jane Bormanri, Calhloen Bofmtihn, He'le'ri Borm'arin, MaUficd Bbr- mann, Chartotto ClaKse, Arlene Faber, Ernest Gales, Ttobeft Kirsch, Nelly Malkmus, Leonard McGuire, Donald Reding, Stella Mae Reding, and Cecelia Scrmiit. The graduates, preceded by the other members of the high trhool, wore led by pages nnd flower girls dressed in white. The respective pages and flower eirls were: Carole Reding, Alice Illg, Arlene Bormann, Alma Illg, Jo Ann Bormann, George Bormann. Susanne Weydcrt, Kay Ann Frideres, Thomas Altman, Gerald Reding, Janet Hammer, David McGuire, Dofinlcl Wasner, Rosalee Reding, nnd Joj'ce Hammer. Alphorie Berto was brought home Wednesday, April 22. from Fort Dodge Mcrcv hospital after having an appendicitis operation. Mrs. J. W. Duiton end her ™other, Mrs. Anna Rupe of Des Moines, were receipt visitors at the Herb HerJhmd home. Mrs. Dutton and Mrs. Rupe are the mother and prapdrnnlhev respectively of Mrs. Hedlund. George Swisher of Woodward, his son Robert and wife of Ames arid Wayne Noland of . Omaha were recent suests of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Noland. Mr. Swisher is a brother-in-law of Mr. Noland. Wnyne is a son of the No- lands. Olio Callies, father of Mrs. Sam Medin, has been in poor health the past few weeks and is M«. Sose B*ow« oi Mrs. ,W. .f. fifa'p; of, v CdNfT, are' ifllffMff tfig Irene Corle. The three Esthcrville recently for aft. visit with* Mr. Ro* ErtersoH. Mr. ahd'.Mrs. tit 'Gllntiaie, Calif., \flsiffid latter^ gfandmother Mrs> L HopKinsf Shd other relatives/last week. Mrs::Koltvet is thefdn ter of Mr. a"hd Mrs. Pay Hot and \vm-be remembered 1 ai tricia Hopkins. The Kofltvets went from here to Clarion tb visit hisnarenls, Mr. and Mrs.! Nels Kollvet. Jh Jns *a- r>' f « m m High ScfMot Atnvtft Auxiliary^ Holds First being home, acreage brother cared for here at her Mr. Callies, 73, owns an south of town. His Ed and two nephews William and Carl live at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid and the letter's mother Mrs. John Reid of Good Hope spent Friday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller are enjoying a visit from their daughter Mrs. James Shroyer and her little daughter Carolyn Ann of Vincennes, Ind. The Shroyers have purchased a home in Vincennes and until they can get possession Mrs. Shroyer is remaining with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Helberg of Kankakee, 111., were recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Esther Helberg. Mr. Helberg is a brother of the late Arthur Helberg. H ASTY'S Body& Fender Shop Wrecks Rebuilt On Hi-way 1C9 on So. Phillips St. Free Estimates Ledyard: The first rnfee'ting of American Veterans of ; War II Auxiliary met at the; town hall Tuesday evening' With a "good' crowd in atte'fidariee. , This American- Veterans is to be the.National Legioni'of World War II veterans only* and if any of your kin fdu&h't or serVed in ariy way in this war you are eligible to join. The American Veterans will ibe rtaH.iorial in sCope. The Auxiliary meeting will be held monthly and w?ill be social, with lunches. Thie American Veterans Auxiliairy now takes the place of tHtej United Service Women's Auxiliary. The June meeting will ibe held at the Frye home. Dues.will be the same as before. A very nice report of the State 1 meeting at Des Mdines was giveri by the delegates, Mrs. iTerne's and the American Veterans Aux'- iliary was explained. Those'who have dropped out of the U. S.- W. A. are urged to come back • into membership in the group now reorganized as the American Veterans Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Enger, Mrs. J. R. Simser of Blue Earth were Sunday guests at the Christy Hinricksen home. Many relatives and friertds from this vicinity attended the John Hagedorn funerali at Elmore Monday afternoon. 1 , Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter were in Minneapolis Tuesday and Wednesday on a buying trip. Elmer Hamlin, A. C. E. M., left last Tuesday for Alameda,'Calif., after having been calle'd . home by the death of his father Chris HamMn at Thompson. He also visited his wife's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Cass attended a sub-district ministerial meeting at Forest Ciyt last-Tuesday. The Methodist Womans Soci- ety met at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Edward Hal- vorsoii as hostess. Mrs. D. B. meeting will be in three weeks, Mayer led devotions. The next Jurie 13, Mrs. D. B. Mayer hostess. Nichols Shoe Repair Let Us Make Make Your Old Shoes tike Ne\v Ag-ain — Wei : Do Expert 'Shoe Repairing. Our New Location: Behind Kent Motors SUMMER TUNE-UP Let us check and reline your BRAKES f oi* greater SAFETY WE BUY USED CARS Hoenk Motors Phone 391 West of Court House Many of the smaller children of town and community have been having the measles. Mrs. N. A. Pingel and Mrs. Ed Looft attended a shower Wednes- day afternoon at the Harry Linde home west of Swea City in honor of Mrs. Allan Looft. Plans for Daily Vacation Bible School at the Methodist church are beirig completed to tfegin June 3 arid run just for onfe'\yeek with all-day session's. CKiitiren from school age ahd up 1 are welcome. Long Distance is "SHORT" too We had to stop practically all building of long distancd facilities diiring the war. , , i At the same time, calls went up by lea,ps and bounds and the number is still climbing. j • The job of catching up is being pushed as fast as possible and while calls to many places go through while you "hojd the line", there arc still delays on the more crowded lines,' ! We want you to know we arc working hard to restore' promp): service everywhere and to make' if even more speedy than formerly. ,, • \ NORTHWESTERN iill TlUPHONE COMPANY H. W. MILLER COUNTY ATTORNEY Republitlaii Candidate for Re-NomiHd€fc3»ii ' An ~ , Honest, Efficient, and Economical Administration of the-Office of Kossuth County Atto HIS RECORD RESERVES HIS. RE.NOMIN*TIOHfci5R TOE OFFICE in the Primaries

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