The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1948 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 3, 1948
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. ' f;:* , " ; *:" ''SV^^N^ Upp*f be* Malh** Tuesday, February 3, 1948 Dick Jensen Is Spelling Champ At Lone Rock Lone Rock—The P. T, A, met Monday evening at the Eone Rock school. A spelling contest was held by the students to determine •tyho would go to the county spell- iftg contest. Dick Jensen and Deftnis Priebe were the winners \yifli Dick in tirst place. They will btrth represent the Lone Rock school at the county spelling contest. Movies were shown. Judges for the spelling contest were as follows: the pronouncer was Helen Jensen, judges Were Mrs. A. L. Cotton, Mr. Carl Grosland, Miss Patricia Heyer; correctors and helpers were Miss Lucille Harmon, Miss Janet Schneider, Mrs. Rusell Dickinson, Miss Joan Zwicfel, Miss Joan Flaig, Miss Phyllis Mitchell, Miss Helen Sprank. Lunch was served. Those on the food and program cbmmiltec were Mr. and Mrs. Don tiouck, program chairman; Mr. arid Mrs. Glenn Householder, food chairman; Janet Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Anderson, Mil and Mrs. Verne Hoppe, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen. .Idle Hour Club Meeis The Idle Hour club met with a lO'O pei-cent attendance, Thursday afternoon, Jan. 29, at the home of Mrs. Alvin Kahle^ Mrs. Frank Merron assisting hostess. It was voted to send a contribution to the March of Dimes. Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Mrs. Wallace McArthur had charge of the entertainment. Prizes were won by Mrs. James Coady, Mrs. Odey Cherland and Mis Neva Thompson. The next meeting will be held February 26 at the home of Mrs. M. O. Richards With Mrs. Edw. Blanchard assisting hostess.' Baskeiball Results-'' The Lone Rock girls basketball team was defeated by Lakota, Jan. 22 at tho girls' county tournament opening games at Lakota. The score was 24 to 28. The Lone Rock 'boys defeated the Grant boys in the opening game of the north half of the boys' county tournament -at Swea City, Wednesday evening, Jan. «!8 with 1 a score of 37 to 25. Gene Blanchard was Lone Rock outstanding forward that night with 14 points. The next night the boys were defeated by Lakota by a score Of 35 to 27. Gene Blanchard was the outstanding forward, .^making 14 points and Kenneth Flaig was the outstanding guard of the Lone Rock boys. Ravn of Lakota made 12 points*, for them. Home From California Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jertsen arrived home Monday after spending a month vacation in California and the western states. Their son, Jamey Jo, spent the time with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred'k Schultz spent Thursday in Estherville on business. Dr. Olson of the Buena Vista college at Storm Lake will spend Wednesday, Feb. 4 meeting with the session, elders and trustees of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. L, , . The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday 'aftefnd'on, Feb. 4 at the home 6f Mrs, Ralph Thompson with Mrs. Merwlh Marlow assisting hostess. Mr$. J. Mv Blanchard and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell are the program com-' mittec. The Ladies Mite Society, will meet Thursday afternoon, Feb. 5 at the home of Mrs. A. L. Cotton with Mrs. L. Kingma assisting hostess. Bible study will be the program. Mrs. H. A. Blanchard attended an officers meeting and dinner of the Kossuth County "Intcrchurch Council at.Van's cafe in Algona Monday afternoon. Helen Sprank wds a Sunday dinner guest or Agnes Quinn.' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackernian of Burt, and Mrs. Frank Flaig spent Tuesday in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen spent Tuesday evening at the Marvyn Kueck home near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig spent Tuesday in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen, A. A. Krueger left Thursday morning to go through the clinic at Rochester, Minn. A surprise birthday party was held Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Alex Krueger in honor of Mrs. Jim Long. Mrs. J. F. Quinn, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, Mrs Fred Genrich were there to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr. and'Mt$3. Wm. Nelson spent Tuesday, evening at the Theodore Jaacobson Kartle at Burt helping .their soin Walter, celebrate his 21st birthday; Mr. and. Mi's. Odey Cherland attended the; wedding of her cousin, Mildred-Putz to Leslie Sorenson at the, Lutheran church at Burt Sunday ^afternoon. They also attended the. reception. They were also Sunday . dinner guests at Mrs. Cherland's parents Mr. and HOG FEEDERS / Cut That Corn In Half! S-T-R-E-T-C-H that corn. Balance your hog rations with a corn-saving blend of protein, minerals and vitamins. Get better hogs—faster. Cut down the time it takes to get hogs to market. And remember .... Only Genuine SARGENT MINRAL MEAL Can Give You Minral Meal Results! Be sure you get the genuine. Don't let anybody sell you "something just as good." There are dozens of imitations but NO ONE ELSE has the Sargent secret—the complex blending that makes Minral Meal the No. 1 choice of tens of thousands of experienced hog feeders. \ Try this great corn-saving supplement. If you aren't more than satisfied W^**with the results, return the empty bag and we will refund your money. That's how good Minral Meal really is! FEED Sargent FEED Mr§. ft. A. Bleich at Burl.,, . ^ 'Mr. and Mi-s. Frits Bleated* l>f tairinont, Minn., carflfe Thursday^ to spend Thursday and Ffidayjat the home of his brothefr Mh and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt. They all speftt Thursday evening at the Ray Bartlett hdme in Titbnka. • Marjorib Nelson was aft overnight guest of Shirley Baker Thursday evening. They attended a roller skating party at Emmetsburg. "• Mrs. Nettie Rich ; of Algoffa came Saturday, Jan; 24 to spend the week at the home of. Mrs. Lil^ lie Thompson and Neva. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. Art Priebe spent Ttiesday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueek spent Wednesday evening a"t' the' Maynard Kueck home near Armstrong. u Mr, and Mrs. Howard, Seeley of Algoha spent Thursday Evening at the E. E. Hanna home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchirtson, Fred, Lizzie, and Grace Meyer s"pent Monday visiting a sister Mrs. Oscar Voigt at Alderi, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder spent Thursday evening helping Roy Chrischilles celebrate his birthday at his home near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiener of Burt is spending a few days at the home of their daughter Mrs. Henry Schroeder. i Mr. and Mrs. Roy "Ennen and baby spent Thursday at the Alfred Schadendorf home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus artd family arrived home Wednesday morning from a two weeks visit with her sister Mrs. Eddie Tabaco at Los Angeles, Calif., and His brother Gene Angus at San Diego, and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus of Burt drove to Boone to meet them. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller spent Wednesday evening visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bates at Burt. Mrs. Vincent Ford and children of Bancroft spent Thursday afternoon visiting her sister Mrs. Frank Meyer and family. Tuesday supper guests at the ..} J^ffsbecker hSm'eJff hbfiw of theif,daughter. Mrs.'Tfed Kadbw Jr's.'Birthday wefg Mr. a'M'Mrs. Fred Kadow Sr, pf Baficfdffj Mr.' and Mrs. Art KadoV bf'Bui'VMf. and Mrs. Fred Kadow'., Jr. - and Pamela of Algoha'. ,. . Mr. and Mrsx Ben Schmidt spent Sunday everting at the Dbn"- ald Radig home. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nemitz of Feti ton spent Thursday evening there. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Bollirtger were Thursday supper guests at the Kenneth Bollinger hotte at Fenton. Mrs. Mike Kennedy of Armstrong and Mrs. Marry Smith of Butterfield, Minrt., spent Monday at the Joe Lynch home. Albert Klein and Mrs. Joe Lynch attended the funeral of a nephew Phillip Trost at Waterloo a week ago Monday, Jan. 18. SEXTON Mr. and Mrs., B. E.- Sanders were Friday visitors at the James Broph^ ( lfi6%HSrtri .olAfgbftt,^ . Mfc Mnd. Mftf.;Mlt^^ Steals AlgOttBf Mfe to, Mfisbn CiW \ Wedfi'e&daf k they' attended • the; i Urinal «f, Mf > J Hodim. -falhw. of' fiveret ft&diifi, soSWMaWj bf 4IK and' Mrs; Hft'f**, vey Steven. ; > , • • •<- •--'Mr. and Mrs.'OfUS fidggftniln and Mf^and Mi% Chester Eise'H- man, Britt, were Thursday afternoon Visitors at the hbhig ef their daughter and sister Mr. and 'Mrs. August Kirschbanm. Mr. and Mf'S. Aloysius Kit^chbaum visited the August Kirschbaum home the same afternoon. ( ' Mn and Mrs. Oscaf Hahimohd and family of near Doan were Sexton visitors Thursday evening. Mrs, SihrL. Bemis was'hostess to the Sexton ,^V, S. C, S. at her home Thursday afternoon and & nice crowd attended, r Mr. and Mrs. Ge6rge Olson were among the sick- the , past week. Mrs. Frank Burger, Lovilia, Iowa, and her sister from Fort Madison, loWa, visited at the Wise home Wednesday afternoon with .,'M#" i ; i v ',-s> t ;--;;' ? ;--_-: AT VOUR FAVORITE e RX> c E R s When the u» o • * •/• E Prevention-r H " ^^ f .* •• •fc Waffling against accidents irt the hooie arid .Oft thd highways is did stuff tb itiost of us. i " *-* * / ) „ t Ma ; ny ittduStfies have wade'ireal pibgteWifl fttdidehtprevention, but our h'ome's continue '* to produce minor and major injuries on an cVfijf-itt'Cf easing, scale. / • Id Spite of every precaution, accidents will, occur. When the "ounce of prevention" fails, it is wise to hive "the pound of cure" ready and at hand. See that, you* "medicine cabinet is amply stocked-'With standard • %st'aid materials. Keep a first-aid kit in the pocket of , yp*]itf.Car. We shall be pleased to hclp'Vou select,(he cjssea : • ti£tl;iiems from our complete stock. .. ; ' ' '"" V on display Newer! 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