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V6-Algona, (la.) Upper D«s Moines Tuesday, Jan. 31, 1967 Thefts, Mail Box Shootings Reported Here Raymond Dreyer, who farms at the southwest edge of Fenton, reported to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst this week that a tool box and set of tools had either been lost or stolen from his pickup truck sometime Wednesday. Replaceable value of the tools and box was placed at $200 and the sheriff is investigating the matter. Also during the week, Tom's TV here reported three walkie- talkie units had disappeared from the store here. Local police w^re notified. The sheriff was also called to Investigate the shooting of a dog and destruction of four mail boxes in the Lotts Creek-Fenton area. The dog was owned by Orville Kressin and the mail boxes by Ray Kading, Clayton Wolf, Lloyd Bleckwenn and Ken Zwiefel. A shotgun was used in all of the incidents, which apparently occurred sometime during the night Friday. Harold Dreyer, who farms near Fenton, reported his mail box was stolen and yard light shot out sometime Friday or Saturday night. Three Mishaps Here Saturday; $750 Damage Three mishaps, all blamed on slick streets, were investigated by police officers here Saturday. Autos driven by Carl J. Bade, 19, and Dianna M. Roeder, 24, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of Oak and Woodworth streets as the latter attempted to turn west at 3:14p. m., resulting in an estimated $250 damage to each vehicle. At 1:17 p. m., autos driven by Mary L. Handel, 45, and L. J. Pomplun, 47, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of Roan and Lucas streets, with $125 damage to the former auto and none to the latter. And at 11:20 a. m., autos driven by Ronald C. Arndorfer, 23, Milwaukee, Wise., and Charles P. Volk, 28, Algona, collided behind a car wash on South Phillips street, resulting in an estimated $125 damage. Police investigated all mishaps. 34 Named On LuVerne High Honor Roll Six LuVerne high school students rated the "A" honor roll for the first semester, which was released last week by the LuVerne high school. They included Rita Patterson, Daryl and Paul Trauger, seniors; Connie Hefty, sophomore; and Marty Bowman and David Ristau, freshmen. Those listed on the "B" honor roll include the following: 12th Grade-Dennis Awe, Rex Brlstow, Delores Eggleston, Richard Hersbergen, Luana Leek, Gerald Sill, Tom Steil, Zelda Witzel. llth Grade - Jean Casey, Mark Crook, Rebecca Daley, Gary Ernst, Bob Fett, Coleen Johns, Doug Nelson, Henry Schnakenberg. 10th Grade - Don Bristow, Mary Hanselman, Ronald Wolf. 9th Grade — Anna Marie Bah- mann, Larry Casey, Larry Carry, Raejean Hewitt, Teresa Pedersen, Lee Schipull, Kathy Trau- ger, Linda Wilhelm, Terry THE UPPER DBS MOINES - Vaudt. Koscuth County's Largest Newspaper Circulation. The Friendly Store DOLLAR-STRETCHING... 3-QUART SAUCE "Comet" 22-gauge polished aluminum pan has cup markings. Snug-fitting cover has heat-proof plastic knob. Seamless. 11-3322 Teflon® Finish MUFFIN PAN By Mirro! Teflon makes it easy to clean—no sticking, no scouring. 6-cu'p. 11-7074 PLASTIC TUMBLERS Reg. IScEach Unbreakable—won't chip or crack. Ideal for everyday use. May be washed in a dishwasher. 10-ounce size,12c each. ie-?52S KITCHEN RACK Fastens on cabinet door. Holds cleaning supplies within easy reach. Vinyl-coated sturdy wire. 11 '/jx3'/ix4". ao-istt TUB 'N TILE SEALER FOR Reg. 89c Each For caulking tubs, sinks, cementing loose tiles. Stay: flexible, white. Water resistant. 34-(M2 .WHISTLING KETTLE Reg. $1.49 New version of ah old-lime favoritel Handsome polished aluminum with enameled steel handle. 2-quart capacity. 11-3110 FIRE KING® CASSEROLE "Crystal Clear" glass, guaranteed 2 years against oven breakage) Bake, serve and store in it. Cover. 2-qt. Reg. to $1.49 NYLON UTENSILS New style tools have scratch- free black nylon bowls and blades, stainless stalks. 20-4211, nc. o, nc. —i^— WASTE BASKET Handsome sculptured design basket ha* a big 3 2-quart capacity. Polyethylene plastic in white, mist or autumn. M-JKT-» FULL FRONT AUTO MAT Full Rear Mat, R*g. $4.25 -$3.00 Transparent vinyl, dear or tinted rad, blue, grew or smoke. +M»i-i, it-u SINK AUGER R«g. $1.39 Clears clogged drains fasti Vt" spring steel wire Fits small drains. Sliding crank handle, 15' long. *4-nt HI-CARBON KNIVES Your choice! Boning, butcher or roast jlicer knife from Washington Forge. so-«»i7-i« Reg. to $1.39 SUPER GLUE Reg. 98e Each Epoxy—so strong a drop holds 2 tons! Bonds all types of materials. 20-3759,7? Liquid Aluminum, 2/$l CLAIROL® LOVING CARE $1.75 sfx« $]17 A hair color lotion you shampoo In. Looks natural, lasts for weeks. 11 beautiful thadet. n-74ii-tt ANACIN 100'$ Analgesic tablets for relief of pain due to headaches, neuralgia .andnturitifc Money-Saving Buys in Every Gamble Department!