The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 19, 1946
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lie Ilpti Upper Jftotmg I -^Second Section TUESDAY,- NOV. 19, 1946 Eight Pages St Joe Gagers Open at Clare on Friday Night \ s. St. Joe: St. Joe's, basketball team opens its season oh. Novem- f ber 22 Wlth a game against St. ; Matthew Vat Clare. The team, t eoflched by Father George Theobald has lined up a 16-game •schedule. It is aa follows; . '. ftov. 22—Clare, -there. i Nov. 27—Bode, here. ;: Dec. 1—St. Cecelia's Algdn'9, * th^i*f* ' ' ' ' : Dec, 10—Corpus Christ!, Fort •' Dodge, there. Dec. 17—Presentation, Whittemore, hPre. Dec. 22—St. John's, Bancroft, there. , Jan. 3—Presentation, Whitte'• -more, there. ; Jan. 9—St. Cedelia's, Algona, : here. Jan. 14—St. Matthew's, Clare, • here. , Jan. 17 — Sacred Heart, Fort ? Dodge, there. ? Jan; 21—Corpus Christ!, Fort '•; Dodge, here. f.' Jan., 24—Livermore, there. j .'.Feb.'3-6—Tournament. , Feb.: 11—St. John's Bancroft, : here. -. . Feb. ,14—Sacred Heart, Fort Dodge, shere. -., .•; Feb. .18—Livermore, here. Feb. 21—Bode, there. ":. Darwin Hammer, a sophomore at Loras college, Dubuque, spent •last weekend at home. „ . Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Reiling and -,/Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boji of Car- s'roll visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick ;,-Thilges, Sunday. ; Helen Bormann, Stella Mae r -Reding and Mildred Bormann r'left Monday for' St. Angela's ^Academy, Carroll, where they •will take a sewing course. Mr., and Mrs. John Freilinger ,;and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walt- •,«r Freilinger, -Joe and Pete -Frei•'linger, and the Charles Berte i (family surprised Mike Freiling- ier on his birthday, Sunday. The ;'afternoon -was spent at playing 'games and cards. A lunch, brought by the guests, was serv- fed. PROGRAM HELD AT sSENECA, TUESDAY Seneca: The .Seneca Farm Byreau,met at the, Seneca school "Tuesday, evening .with the Dettman Nielsen^,, j. H. • and Ted 'Jensens, ; the James Nymans and Leo Crovyleys; as hosts:, BDRTTWP.F.B. PLANS NEW YEAR Lone Rock: The Burt township Farm Bureau meeting was ihefd Tuesday evening,. Nov. 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, A good crowd was in attendance, and a very interesting program was presented. Frank Ryerson, township chairman, presided at the meeting. He read and explained the points for a standard unit, and it was'-decided that Burt •township would try to become a Standard .Unit. A program committee was appointed to make out the yearly program books, those on the committee are Mr. and Mrs. L. Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. James Coady, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard. Mrs, Everett Hanna was elected township women's chairman. The program consisted of two musical selections, one a clarinet duet by Carol Ann Thompson and Helen Sprank, the other a selection by a brass sextet, Don and Dick Jensen, Joan and Max Flaig, and Delbert and Gene Blanchard, all. under the direction of the Lone Rock band instructor, Phyllis Benning. Gerald Meyer gave a report on 4-H work and Lloyd Schenck ing done in Burt township, gave a summary of 4-H work be- Ralph Thompson read an article on Roads, The main talk of the evening was given by Supt. V. J, Tatum of Fenton. WMWtEVERSHARP In fact—all America looks to Eversharp for. fine pen performance! And no wonder! Exclusive Magic Point is so smooth—it's , silent! Magic Feed prevents leaking high in a plane ... so at ground level, too. Matching Repeater Pencil feeds new points like a machine gun when you press the Magic Button with your ' thumb! Compare! Comparison proves. liter 75 P«n «Ion« $3.95—Repettir PtncU 12.00—See them now I ™*"'COM PAR El Pen done $5.00—Repeater Pencil $3!75-lrt •?.wide choice of colored plastics $1475 Pin alan* $9.75 Repeater Pencil $5.00 14K Gold Filled C«pi *grarri,: virhidi' 'opene'dir'Witti:- grJ Ringing.-.)'''".-- -;•;."• .:-.•'.'.'. '•-:• f - County. Extension Directo/ 'L. 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