The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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•M •i October 13,1955 Hlfjona Upper ^•^ ^ ^ JWotnesf October 13,1955 RETIRES At WaVerly, Dorlon Lovejoy has retired after 33 years as a window clerk in the post office there. L. S. BOHANNON tn Illinois, a burglar who found only 30c in a cafe cash regitier was so angry that he •mashed 10 doten eggs, plastered hamburger on the windows, poured vanilla into the chili, and dumped sugar into the silverware. What kind of burglary insurance would cover such losses? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. At Language School Duane fi. Lieb, son of Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb, of Algona was promoted to the grade of A/2C on Sept. 1st. He is undergoing a nine-month course in language training for the air force at Indiana University which he will complete in December. „ gy KEN & LEO'S "Perhaps Madam can do it WITHOUT SWEARING." You're never too old to get a kick from our premium gas. KEN & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Phone 967 East State St. Bancroft Man Elevated In Priesthood Bancroft—Relatives here received word that Father R. J. Quinn of the Diocese of Sioux City has been appointed to the of Domestic Prelate with thr title of Rt. Rev. Monsignor. Father Quinn is presently in the Chaplain Corps with rank of Lt. Commander p.nd is District Chaplain of the 14th Naval District. Father Quinn was a graduate of St. John's High School, attended Iowa University, and Creighton and completed his studies at St. Paul Seminary. Ho was ordained to the priesthood on March 18. 1934. Lt. Commander Quinn is stationed at Honolulu. From this base he visits the many naval installations under his supervision. Mr and Mrs Tony Schneider are the parents of a daughter born Thursday at St. Ann hospital. Algona. Ann McGuire. daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire, slipped Saturday spraining her ankle. Ann was helping with the housework at the Tony Schneider home. Joseph Long, Albert City, la. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Art Long. Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman entertained Mr and Mrs John Farrow, Mr and Mrs Richard Farrow and Robert, Mr and Mrs Clyde Farrow and daughter of Souk Center, Minn. Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Franc-is Dorr and son who arrived here from England, Friday, and Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr spent Sunday at the Cietus Dorr home. County Polio Aid To National Ass'n In an unprecedented move to save the March of Dimes nationwide program of providing for the necessary cape of polio patients, the Kossuth County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralyis has transferred $982.67 of its "surplus" funds to the national organization. In announcing the payment, j Allen K. Buchanan, chairman of ' the chapter, explained that the money was to be earmarked and pooled for redistribution among chapters of the National Foundation which are confronted with bills for patient care beyond the limits of their financial resources. Mr Buchanan pointed out that in past years the Kossuth County Chapter has received $24,475.00 in emergency aid from National Foundation. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST If others %vould only see us as we see ourselves. By Ol' Man Mose A pair of tie games, including California-Washington State, 20-20, and Kansas-Iowa State, 7-7, were the only ones missed by our first and second place winners this week. Marlyn Bailsman, Lone Rock, band instructor for the Sentral Community School district, was the top guesser with 18 right and a point guess of 58. His reward is S10. Second prize of S3 goes to Walt Hagen, Algona, who had a point guess of 60, and third prize money, S2, was won by an Algona high student, Dave Kohl, who got 17 games right and guessed 54 points. Michigan State's 38-14 conquest of Stanford furnished the total of 52 points. Others with 17 right included Mrs Harold Blinkman, Minneapolis, and Mrs Orville Kinden, Ken Geilenfeld, Mrs Lyle Black, Roland Bode, Palii Hedlund and Monte Pearson, all of Algona. A total of 26 contestants got 16 games right. They were Marvin Bellinger, Keith Bollinger and Ted Jensen, Fenton: Jim McDonnell, Clem Mergen and Mrs Clem Mergen, Whittemore; Kenneth Sarchet and Jerry Carman, Burl; Mrs Arthur Dimler, LuVerne; Arnold Andreasen, Minneapolis; and these Algonans: Mrs Jim Esser, Judy Lowman, Larry Kueck, Russ Kelley, Donald Chadwell, Virginia Scanlan, Patricia Gilbride. W. W. Gillespie, Fr. L. F. Rosmann, L. G. Lenz, Francis Bunting, Larry Christensen, Carl Pearson, Mrs Les Kenyon. Bob Slobe and Mike Stoffel. Twenty-seven persons got 15 right, including Joan Bisemus and John Leininger, Whiilemore; Robert Anderson, Fenlon; Virginia Klein, Sexton; Harlan Blanchard, Lone Rock; Glen Welp, Tilonka; Kathleen Detrick, Burl; Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Elden Meyer, Oftosen; Verdell Seely, Ringsted; Dick McMahon, Pocahonfas; W. E. McGrew, Gulten- berg; James O'Hara, Castana; and Fred Erickson, J. L. Gearen, Merrill Walker, Mrs Charles Hoffmann, Faye Hutchinson. Garland Bradley, Harry Spongeberg, Art Ashton, Richard Palmer, Louie Gilbride, Ira Kohl, Cecil Schilmoel- ler, Mrs Chei Webb and Gary Webb, all of Algona. Two Algonans, John Duboski and Beverly Johnson, ended up with half of the games right to share the crvinct towel. The two ties, Washington's upset of Southern Cal, 7-0, Michigan's lopsided 26-2 conquest of Army and Iowa's 20-6 win over Indiana caused most of the trouble for our guessers. Everyone picked Iowa a week ago, but fell off the bandwagon when the Hawks got flogged by Wisconsin. Another 20-game slate will be found on another page in todays UDM, so get with it and lake a shot at the S15 in prize money. Fill out the entry blank and bring or mail it to our office before Saturday noon, and you're eligible for the cash. Corwith Loses One RFD Route; File A Protest In a recent investigation of Ihe rural routes out of Cor- wilh, the U.S. Postoffice Department deemed it necessary for economy, to run only one rur?l route out of the local posloffice. This action would yive some 22 miles of rural routes to surrounding towns and enlarge the one remaining route. No date has as yet been set for the action. At the last meeting of the Corwith Commercial Club, they went on record as opposing this action. A vigorous pro- test will be made by the Commercial Club, business and professional men and the patrons on the routes to the Postoffice Dept. If is not as yet known whether the protests will have a bearing on the outcome. 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