(10.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, 6«etmb»f 11, 1956 Juniors, Wesley, Give Class Play Wesley — The Junior Class play "They Wont That A Way" \vn? presented Tuesday evening, DcTembo.r 4. in the public school auditorium. Juniors who took part in the 3-act play were Julia Nygaard, Judy Pfeffer, Jim Reising, Duane Price, Bill Fox, Judy Hilbert, Mary Lou Weig, Bill Rockwood, Edward Heinan and Agnes Goetz. Gary Miner, Carol Frideres and Elaine Neuroth were stage managers; Donna Bleich, Cathy Gir- rc-; and Mildred Schaffer had, charge of the advertising, Leonard Froehlich and Marilvn Harr were fn charge of the programs and Jean Price, Gloria Wise and Darlene Dornbier had charge of tickets. Name Chairmen For Polio Drive Organization of the Kossuth County 1957 March of Dimes moved rapidly forward today with the sf'lectfon of two civic leaders to head important committees for the polio-fighting drive. The committee chairmen were named by Robert C. Diekrn,ann, local Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Agent, who earlier this week was appointed Chairman of the Kossuth County Chapter for Infantile Paralysis. .' Oliver S. Carlson was njtifted county campaign director^ and Gordon L. Winkel is th.e". co- county campaign director. In announcing the appointments. Mr Diekrhann stressed that there is a great heed for volunteers to work with the various chairmen during the campaign. He urged all those who would like to Volunteer their services to phone 213. ' The pulp wood industry of the United States uses about 7,000,000 gallons of gasoline each year. Ask RFD Boxes For Mail, Clear Notices have gone out from the post office to all rural route patrons which state approaches to, mail boxes must be kept clear' at all times. Said approaches should be cleared of all obstructions, including snow, which make it impossible for the carrier to deliver mail to boxes without alighting from his auto. According to Postmaster W. W. Sullivan, if the approaches are not cleared within a reasonable time, delivery of mail by carrier can be withheld until they are cleared. In the past, rural carriers have in some cases walked a distance to many mail boxes to deliver mail in bad weather. Under the present riding, it is not necessary for them to do it from now on. Major Surgery John Arntiorfer, Algona, underwent major surgery at Iowa City Mercy Hospital Wednesday of last week. His daughter; Mrs: Walt Lichter, was With him, re'* turning home Sunday. She reports he is getting along fairly well. The- deepest lake in the world is Lake Chelan, in the state of Washington, Make his Christmas happy with from the merriest Christmas trees are piled high with The Finest Gift of all! a SUIT or TOPCOAT No other gift gives such a thrilling satisfaction as a suit or topcoat from lender's where you'll find the choicest selection i of top name-brands. 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