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4-Atgdfta (la.) Upper DM Moines Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 GRID QUESSERS CONTEST By Ol' Man Mose II was another lough week lo pick 'em. A lengthy check of all entries proved Howard J. Bait of Burt lo be the top guesser this week. He was one of five persons who got 14 of 20 games right and his 60 point guess on high lolal won him the S10 award. Notre Dame's 46-14 verdict over Penn matched Batt's 60 poinl guess exactly. Carroll Christensen. Algona, missed the points by two, but look the S3 second prize, and Mrs Lowell Samp, Algona, was four points off and look the S2 third prize. Harry Spongberg and Patti Hedlund, bolh of Algona, also got 14 games righl, but were a hair off on Ihe points. Twenty-nine entrants, including John Leininger and Jim McDonnell, Whitlemore; J. F. Beckley, Fenlon; Kenneth Sarchet, Burt: C. J. Schemmel, Swea City; Virginia Klein, Sexton; Harlan A. Blanchard, Lone Rock; Arthur Dimler, LuVerne; Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Dick McMahon, Pocahontas; and these Algerians: Virginia Scanlan, Mrs B. J. Bradford, Don Chadwell, Mrs R. Moe, J. F. Moe, Mrs Melvin Kern, Owen Hurl, Don Johnson, Howie Funk (2), Louie Lenz, Helen C. Gerber, W. W. Gillespie, Loren Hahle, Barbara Bartlett, Ramona Amfahr, Monte Pearson, Bob Devine and Mike Sioffel, got 13 games correct. A total of 55 persons got 12 games right. They were R. D. Walker and Marlyn Bausman, Lone Rock; Mary Jo Doocy and Vincent McCarthy, Bancroft; Francis Erpelding, Gerald Schuller, Eulan Schuller and Jim McDonnell, Whil- temore; Ted Jensen, Keith Bellinger and Gilbert Scribner, Jr., Fenlon; Mrs Arthur Klein, Arthur Klein and Virginia Klein, Sexton; Jim Mullin, Wesley; Glen Welp, Tilonka; Dorolhy Rieken, Burl; C. B. Robinson, Corwilh; W. E. McGrew, Guttenberg; Carolyn Blinkman and Arnold D. Andreason, Minneapolis; and Richard Palmer, Mrs Jim Esser, Bob Jensen, Eugene Duranl, Falher Rosmann, Patricia Gilbride, Mrs Clifford Haase, R. R. Moe, Wall Hagen, Don Lick- leig, Mrs Orville Kinden, Orville .Kinden, Mrs Lyle Black, Jack Lichler', Al Granzow, Mrs Mary Rousseau, Gary Colwell, Jim McMahon, Don Johnson, Dave Kohl (2), Paul Goecke, Mrs W. W. Gillespie, Mrs Henry Holland, Dick Reynolds, Carl Pearson, Ken Geilenfeld, Mrs B. J. Bradford, Roberl Sleohens, Tom Kenefick, Mrs Chesler Willey, Robert Holcomb, Mrs Perry Lowman and Mrs Charles Hoffmann, all of Algona. A further check showed 51 persons got 11 games righl, 39 got ten, 13 gol nine and James Diers, Bancroft, won the crying lowel award wilh eight of 20. Another chance at $15 is offered on another page in today's UDM, so fill out the entry blank and mail or bring it lo our office not later lhan noon Saturday and get in on the fun and prizes. Three enlries arrived laie Ihis week, and another pair came in without the names of the sponsors listed. Be sure lo fill in the^enlry blank completely and get it lo us on lime. Now let's see, Iowa looked pretty good Saturday, have Ihey gol the guns lo turn the trick against Ohio Slalo? Swea City Man Weds Dubuque Girl, Nov. 10th Swea City—Invitations are out for the wedding of Donald K. Nelson, son of Mr and Mrs Gco. K. Nelson, Swea City, to Mauric Stewart Alh-nrlurf of Dubuque. The wedding will be at St. Luke's Methodist church in Dubuque, on Nov. 10. with a reception at Bunker Hill club house from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Donald is an electrical engineer in Dubuque with the Interstate Power CD. His parents left Wednesday evening to be present at the wedding. Miss Doris Nelson, a medical technologist at Ontario. Calif., sister of the bridegroom will also attend the wedding. Benefit Raises S100 The sum of $100 was contributed at the Murray Elmore Benefit following the junior class play at the school Tuesday and Wednesday evenings last week. The Benefit was sponsored by the Lions club and H!S<> the Music Boosters club as a friendly gesture in behalf of the Elmores. whose small son Richard is in a hospital at Rochester following surgery for a brain tumor a few weeks ago. To Repair Old Toys Members of the VFW are asking for used or old toys, to be sent to the VFW National Home or other worthy Institutions. Those who desire to donate may notify Emerson Kelly, Leonard Appequist, Wallace Johnson or Richard Stevens, and, the toys will be picked up. Six girls fmm the- Swo;i Cnm- ir.unity school went to Cedar Kails Monday to attend Prospective Teacher.- Day at Iowa State Teachers College They were Janice Gabel. Mama Jensen., Yvonne Griffith, Marlene Foster, Linda Pulv.-i and Jeanne Johnson. They wen- t.-iU'.-n by tin. Rev. jnd Mr* S Hammer and Mr and Mi.- Cecil Gudfied.-on A group from Imii.iinuel Lu- theian church attended Luther Le;.gue rally at Fiunisidc. Sunday. The Rev. Voungqui.-t ac- companied the young people who included Norman Oilman, Ruth Ann Pehrson, Janet Thoreson, Betty Stenzcl, Barbara Stenzel Reta Walker, Dorothy Mae Peterson. The Junior Mission Society will meet Thursday evening at the home of Joanne Johnson with Janice Gabel assistant hostess. Dairy Club Elects Algona Dairy Club members met at the Paul Opheim home recently and officers were installed. Dean Benschoter is president, Oscar Froehlich is vice president, Dennis Schoby is secretary-treasurer, and Wayne Arndorfer is reporter. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby Rivrn lo the qualified voters of the Algniui Community School District, in (he County of Ko.s.suth. State of low.i. thai ;i spi'cinl election has been called and ordered to be held in and lor said School District on the fllh day o! December, 105:), whereat Iheit- will he submitted lo the voters of said Algona Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition to-\vit: "Shall the Board of Direclois of the Algona Community School District, in the County ol Kussuth. Slate of Iowa, issue bonds in nn amount not to exceed $51-1.000:00 for the purpose of currying out a school building program consisting of erecting and equipping two elementary school buildings, procuring two school sites, erecting and equipping an addition to an existing .school building and purchasing land to add to the site already owned and procuring and improving a site for an athletic held in and for said School District?" The polls for said election will bp open iroin twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P.M. ol said day and lor said election the whole- of said Coinimmitv School District has been consolidated mio and will constitute one voting piccmcl and the prilling place thciel'or will be at the High School building localed in Algona. Kossuth C cMinty. Iowa, at which time and pl:icu ail ol M\<- quahlicd voters of said School District atv hereby noting! lo ,ipp,-.o This noliiv is given by order IH the Hoard 01 Dncctors of Ihe Algona Cmnui \\\\\ v Sclnuil District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2!)li, Code ol Iowa. I! 134 and to :» sullicient petition wilh the lequisite signatures in accordance 1 lie!•(••Ailh and as ordered by a tvs'ilutiitn adopted by the Board of Dnectois on tin- Hiiih day ol October, 1 !)55 Uuted al Algoiva. Iowa, tins 2(ith da'. 01 October. 1955. Ilii.-/ Wolf Sccrelary. Board ot Directors (Published Nov. 3. 10. 17 and HI. 1!.55. m The Algona. Iowa. Upper DCS M o i i u • s i HUNTERS WE HAVE PLENTY OF SHELLS FOR YOU AT SJOGREN'S * * * * * * * * * * * * * * LETS NOT FORGET THEIR COURAGE AND SACRIFICE! riday, November 11 10:30 A.M. Parade on State Street * * 11:00 A.M. Dedication at Court House * * * * * * * * * X- * * t * ona stores closed 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. LET'S MAKE IT A REAL PARADE, VETS! You don't have to have a snappy uniform . . but in observation of your day, Veterans' Day- turn out and march in the parade. Parade forms at Algona high school at 10:30 A.M. and will proceed to Court House where formal dedication of Veterans' Plaque will take place. .The Algona high school band will lead the parade. Representatives of all Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion posts are urged fo join in this parade. Algona Stores will be closed from 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. on Friday, Veterans Day, so that all may take part in the observance. Lest We We Forget - This Memorial Tribute is Presented to the Veterans of Our Community - Men and Women Alike - Who Have Served and Are Now Serving in Defense of Our Country* It is Presented Jointly by The Veterans of Foreign Wars, The American Legion/ Battery "V of the 194th Field Artillery Battalion of the National Guard -und iast but far from least, the public- spirited firms whose names you see listed at the bottom of these pages. Let Us Serve - All of Us In The Way That We Can - To Keep Our Country Strong and Forever Free! / Young Men! The If you arc a young man between the ages of 17 and 35, with no prior military service, you can greatly bc-ncfil yourself by enlisting in the National Guard. I:i case you are drafted, your time served in the National Guard counts the same as service in the Regular Army, and also toward retirement. Enlistments to age Guard Needs You! 40, with prior service, are accepted. Full information on enlistment may be secured from 1st Sgt. Alan Anderson, who is available at the National Guard Armory, Algona, from 8:00 A.M. io 4:30 P.M. daily. His telephone number is 1309. This Forward Machine Gun Emplacement Protected One Flank Battery B members of the local National Guard did not take their maneuvers "lightly" last Sunday as they dug in on the C. S. Shipler farm. It was all as real as could be, and the CO.. 1st Lt. Del Carver with 1st Sgt. Alan Anderson, inspected every portion of the maneuvers. Pictured at left, in a machine gun emplacement, are left to right, Cpl. Kenneth Tjaden, Pvf. Francis Kisch, Sgt. Everett Broesder. When fully camouflaged, this emplacement could not be detected from 10 feet away. A. M. From Lection Hall inning at Any and All Hunters Are Invited 1 On Sunday, November 13, all hunters in this area are asked to cooperate in providing pheasants for veterans who are still hospitalized. Lunch will be furnished by the American Legion post here, consisting of coffee' rolls, etc., starting at 10:30 A.M. Sunday. Arrangements have been made to provide hunting areas for those who wish to hunt. These areas and farms will not have been hunted on the previous day. Prizes will be provided and hunters who participate will be eligible to win a rifle donated by Cletus Elbert, of Whittemore. Birds secured will be frozen and transported to the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. As an added feature, Reis Tuttle, well-known sports editor of the Des Moines Register will be at Legion Hall to visit with hunters. Any and all hunters are URGED to participate. \ Two Brothers Man the "Nerve Center" Well out in front of the howitzer itself, was the communications center pictured above. Shown at left is Sgt. Bruce Holding, in the act of digging a protective foxhole. His brother, Lt. Kaye Holding, is receiving pertinent firing information that he will relay to the gun crew far behind him. The brothers are sons of Cliff Holding of Burt. VETERAN POST 2541 - ALGONA, IOWA HAGG-TURNER POST - A L GONA, IOWA North Central Public Service Co SARGENT &CO. Compass Detail Pauses in Action Several complex "compass problems", important in any field maneuver, were run last Sunday by the squad pictured above. Sgt. Darrel McNerney, not pictured, was in charge of the compass runs. This is only one of the interesting activities participated in by members of the local Gaurd unit, and more members are now being sought to bring the local unit to full strength. An Army Has to Eat - And Battery B Eeiis Mighty Good ! A full-scale field kitchen was set up and manned at the Battery B maneuvers held last Sunday on the C. S. Shipler farm north of ASgona. Preparation of the "vittles" and cleansing of mess gear after the feed was closely inspected by the C.O. and non-coms, and everything was spotless. Pictured at left is the mess detail unloading gear and provisions for the noon chow from a 2 1 /? ton Army truck. The weather was nippy, and after a full morning of field maneuvers the unit laid into the chow in true soldier style. Your reporter — who took these pictures in the field — can testify to the excellence of the Battery B's mess, for he had a couple of ham sandwiches that were 'out of this world' ! Incidentally, milk and cream for the day-long maneuvers was donated by the Algona Co-Op Creamery Co. NORTH IOWA ASPHALT CO. CORN CO JOS. WEIDENHOFF, INC. Local Guard 'Enemy Men who are grocery clerks, carpenters, farmers, mechanics, book-keepers in private life turned out as a crack field artillery unit last Sunday and in full scale maneuvers conducted on the C. S. Shipler farm north of Algona "repulsed" an imaginary enemy that was approaching from the southeast of Algona. The unit was Battery B of the 194!h Field Artillery Battalion, commanded by 1st Lt. Del Carver, of Algona. The battery cf 48 men (present strength) conducted full scale maneuvers, complete to communications lines strung for miles in front of the battery position, fox holes, forward observation posts, etc. In fact, though the residents there had no inkling of it, the village of Sexton was under "heavy fire" from the giant 155 mm. Howitzer of the battery for several hours - the reason being that "enemy outposts" had moved up into Sexton and were "endangering" infantry units massed behind the local artillery battery unit. Countless "rounds" of 96-pouncl shells were dropped in the enemy area , and at the end cf the dav-lcnq maneuver it was "determined" that the enemy was turned back. How Sexton fared is not exactiv known at this time, but since the entire action was a "dry run" it is presumed that Sextonites are as hale and hearty as ever. Photos on this page, taken during the maneuvers, highlight activities cf Battery B as they were conducted las? Sunday. The "Brass" Solves a Maneuver Problem In action in the above photo are the commanding officer of Buttery B of the 194th Field Artillery Bn., and two high-ranking non-coms. Speaking on the field radio phone is 1st. Lt. Del Carver, commander of the battery. Kneeling at left is 1st. Sgt. Alan Anderson, permanently detailed to the battery and on full- time duty at the National Guard Armcry here. In the center is Scjt. 1st Class E. E. Fabrizio, who is handling the "clip-board problem". All activity is directed to correct sighting and firing of the huge howitzer. The Fire Direction Center in Action All equipment, vehicles and tents of the local Battery were set up on the Shipler farm last Sunday exactly as if the unit were facing a "live enemy." Performing the important function of fire direction is the g»oup above. In charge is Sgt. Chuck Simmons, center. At left is Lt. Hoiciing looking on, and at right Pfc. Ronald Ludwig. THE SMOKE SHOP IOWA STATE BANK COAST-TO-COAST STORE ALGONA CO-OP CREAMERY CO. RNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC-CADIUAC SECURITY STATE BANK ELK CLEANERS UNIVERSAL MFG. CO.