The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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, OCT. 2!), 104(5 -ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES/ ALdONA, IOWA -PAGE JUSf AMIVEb MILDER LUMBER CO. Green or Brown STAINED SHINGLES Square Cut CREOSOTED POSTS —• H—— — Come in and See the New BERRY ALUMINUM GARAGE DOORS Here's the ONE door that is different — so light even a small child can open and shut it easily—so tfurably constructed it will last indefinitely—and so good-looking it almost sells oil sight. Priced at S65. See it! MILLER LUMBER Co East State at C. & N. W. Tracks SENIORS AT LONE ROCK HAVE DAY'S OUTING; ON RADIO Lone Rock 1 : The Lone Rock senior class spent Tuesday at Mason City, -where they had their graduation pictures taken. Other places of interest visited during the day were sugar refinery, brick and tile -plant, and the KGLO radio station where they were given the .privilege of broadcasting. The boys then errjoyed n good swim at the Y. M. C. A. with Gov- clon Blanchard, formerly of Lone Rock now athletic director at the Y. M. C. A. During this time the girls were 'being shown the sheriff's files at the court house, and also gas bombs, guns. etc. The class consists of Willard Ohm, Richard Gross, Donald Bierstedl, Charles Hawks, Kenneth Richards, Rachel Volentine, Ersel Bierle, Phyllis Hawks. Joyce Marlow, Betty Kueck and Nellie Schmidt. On Honor Roll!— The following pupils of the Lone Rock school were on the honor roll and .had perfect attendance for the first six weeks. To be on the honor roll .a pupil must have a "B" or better average in a subject. Honor roll ifor the high f-chool consisted of Ersel Bierle. Phyllis Hawks, Joyce Marlow, iMyrna Nielson, Helen Schmidt, Joan Flaig, Helen Sprank, Joan Zwiefel, Donald Jensen, Sanford Mitchell, Roger Flaig, Kalhryn Will-ell; 7th and 8th grades were Shirley Mitchell, Virginia Rath, Carol Ann Thompson; 5th and 6th grades were: Merle Lockwood, Palsy Mat-low, Dean Culbertson, Breathe Upper Des Moines, V^ant Ads Bring Results. If your nose sometimes fills up with stuffytranslent congestion-put a few drops of Va-tro-nol In each nostril. It quickly reduces congestion and makes breathing easier In a hurry . . . gives grand relief from, sniffly, sneezy, stuffy distress of head colds. Follow directions in the package. FOR COLD WEATHER CAR PROTECTION, STOP AT ANY D-X STATION. D-X DEALERS ARE WINTERIZING E/XPERTS COMPLETELY EQUIPPED OFFERING GUARANTECD WINTER - PROVED PRODUCTS. GET D-X WINTER CHANGE-OVER S E R V ICE TODAY ! Motor putl 0-Xf the free*flowing, Motor Oil Winter CHANGE-OVER Service MIO-CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPOR AT I ON . ; • • •-. . . • •;.-• "He's bcett from kindergarten through college twice, but refuses to graduate 'til hit pen need* refilling!" Richard Jensen, Dennis Priebe; 3rd and 4th grades were: Leon Marlow, Charles Johnson, John Cotton, Joe Culbart'Son, Marjorle Houck; 1st and 2nd grades were Richard 'Bierle, Karen Johnson. Judy iNcwbrough, Roger Radig, Mary Ann Dittmer, Carol Householder, Jerry Jensen, Sandra Manow, Darlenc Long. The perfect attendance records for tne high school arc: Charles HawKS, Pnyllis Hawks, Joyce Marlow, Hetty Person, Joan Flaig, Dale bchroectar,' Donald Jensen, Charles Householder , Vcrdataell iienrencls; Vth ai'd 8th grades were Delilah Marlow, Shirley. Mitchell, Fritz Newbrough, Virginia Rath, Betty Shaser, Clifford Behrcnds, Patr.ck .Lyncn, Danny Schmidt, .Mary L. Johnson; 5th -'.dnd 6th grades were Dennis Flaig,CDarryl Householder, Robert Huttihinson, Merle Lockwood, Meri'ill;. Fae Marlow/Michael McGovern, Dean Culbertson, May Flaig, 'Donald Hutchinson, Dennis Pnebc, Ella Schmidt, Patsy Mar-low, ' : Norma Bierle; 3rd and 4th trades were Bonnie Black, Larry Foy, Roseanne Gross, Charles Johnson, Janet Krueger, Leon Marlow, Joan McGovern, John Cotton, Robert Flaig, Margaret Fox, Marjorie Houck, Eliwyn Householder, Garryl Householder, Dennis Long, Virginia 'Marlow, Kathryn Mc 1 Govcrn, Barbara Mueller, LaRoy Schrader; 1st and 2nd grade were Eugene Flaig, Bonnie Hawks, Karen Johnson, Judy Newbrough, Roger Radig, Mary Ann Dittmer, Marlene Fox, David Johnson, Kermit Krueger, Darlene Long, Arthur McGovern, Wayne Mueller, Argil Pettit, LcElna Schmidt, Wanda Schrader. Work on Class Play— The juniors are working hard on their class play, a three acts comedy "Don't Look Now" by J. Dan Fairmon. It is being directed by Mrs. Daniel McCarty. ^'. Sunday Dinner Hosts— '' A Sunday dinner gathering was held ut th<» homo ol Mr. and Mrs. Qrla.ii R^utiedge /with the follov^- 3ing a'saSO'Kts.-.MnsBapd'Mrs. Wiii&uu Broderson, iMr. and Mrs. Gene Broderson and family of Garner'j Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Rath and her mother Mrs; Elma Johnson, and Charlene Rai.ii of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Webb and .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson of: Algona. , ' . To ^nterlain Auxiliary— '. The -November meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will be held November Gth at the home of Mrs. Fred Flaig. The October meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Roy Jensen. Chicago where she underwent an operation on her ear. Miscellaneous Shower— A miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Mavis Nyman was held rfeitnesclay allcrnoon at ,thc home of her aunt Mrs. Geo. Nyman. The entertainment consisting of games was concluded, and then the many lively gilts were opened by the ancle, alter which followed a lovely lunch served to around 45 yueslis, by Wie hostesses, her aunls Mrs. Jas. Nyman, Mrs; Geo. Ny- rnan, Airs. Geo. Johnson of Ban- eroitj JVirs.-.R. E. Peterson of Swea City. ner guesls at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel at Fenton, in honor of their daughter's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill of Burt spent Sunday evening visiting (Mr. and Mrs. E-mil Person. Sunday dinner guests at their home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson spent Thursday visiting their sister-daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates near Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson and LaVonne visited relatives last week in Clear Lake, S. D., and Watertown, S. D. Her mother Amvet Auxiliary Meets— The Burt Auxiliary Amvets met Tuesday afternoon at the home'of Mrs. Odey Cherland with ner mother iMrs. R. A. Bieich as assisting 1 ''hostess. The regular meeting was held wilh Mrs. Wm. Uatt being appointed to become a delegate'to the convention at Humboldt Friday and a discussion of the; projects of raising more lands iur tne rest room that Js to be putMn' at Burt. Roll call was answered by 12 with current events. Lunch was served by tiie hostesses. ' Ladles Aid Meets— The Ladies'' Aid met Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs: Frank Fla g and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard as hostesses. The regular • 'meeting and study were held and Mrs. L. Kingma gave a report of the Presbytery meeting at AlgOna, and Rev. L. Kingma gave a talk on missions. Lunch was served to around 40 guests. lhe next meeting will be held at the home of. Mrs. W. G. Flaig, with Mrs. Albert Shaser as assisting hostess. Shellito a': Spencer. Mrs. Ronald Christenson arriv- • ed home Tuesday morning from Home from Army— Pvf. Gerald Radig of Ft. S'ill, Okla.,,;arrived home with his discharge from the army Thursday. He went into the army in May, 1945,.;at. : Ft. Snelling, Minn., and sperjt. ,th,is year and a half, in the ar.mjf. i^i. various, camps in Texas an&i (Arkansas,,, j-eceiyirvg-^his •' * s " change at Ft. Sill, Okla. He is the son of'Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nelson 'and family, attended the Seneca class play Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton lelt ..Thursday to. visit their daughter and .husband Mr. and Mrs. Harley •Mii. ancf Mrs. Clyde, Foster of Grinhell spent Wednesday evening visiting at the home of their niece and family Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson. . Mrs. Ella Hanna and June Adele of Fairmont Minn., are spending a few days visiting their son- brothers, the Bct> and Geo. Hanna •families. Mr, and Mrs. La Verne Hammer- Strom were Thursday evening din- TR/SCHMIPTS. VOUU.KEEPIT \ IN XXJR PRIVATE COOLER FOR LIFE. JUDGE- FOR SALE ' ' ' . 20 good bred solid mouth ^ 2 good bucks, extra good, 2 & 3 yr«. old, 63 head of feeding Iftliibs, , 6 head of good cows, 4 clo8§ up springert, J Shorthorn bull, wt ? ^00f 4 hsad whit^ face bulls, small and large, Work horgeg and ponies, good ages, 25 head to select frgm. 1 corn elevator, 32 2 shotguns, 12 gauged . 1 wagon, : ^ . . .. ^. : • H. M. Phone 445 •> . Mrs. .Richard Long of Bancroft f also went along. | Mrs. Delmar Angus of Burt, Mrs. Eldon iMarlow, Mrs. H. A. Blanchard, and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard pleasantly surprised Mrs. L. A. Newbrough Tuesday afternoon in honor of her birthday, by spending the afternoon with her. Pfc. Frank Richards arrived home Tuesday, Oct. 15, from Ft. Benhing, Georgia, after receiving his discharge from the army at Ft. Bragg, N. C. He was inducted into the army .May 12. 1945 at Ft. Snelling, Minn., and spent his year and a half of service in various camps in Texas and Arkansas and Georgia. The M. O. Richards family spent Sunday visiting his brother nfld; family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ards at Blue Earth, Minn. Richards left Wednesday for City on business. The M. O. Rich'* ards family were Sunday supped! guests at the home of her ' Mr. and Mrs. Bil'Sborough promptly relieve taught At CHEST COLDS MUSTEROLE HURON VOTE NOVEMBER 5th HAROLD J. McNERTNEY ( for COUNTY ATTORNEY Born and raised on a fariti in Kossuth County. Qualified by experience, and willing to perform the duties of the office for the people of Kossuth County. ' YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED Now in the making six transcontinental i " • .••.,.-. Sfieetlliiters HUW4TBAS are to be J. placed ii| eet-vjceiq J94| between (2bic#go. Ujcl«4ing the Milwaukee sTwJB Cities -S^Sttl?,T*POB»i, Tlie grossing in the HUTV4TaAg will be packed. bodies |f pearing completi Koad'8 own plant ftt MUwawke*, flft4 li

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