The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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2-Algona (In.) Upper Des Moinei Tuesday, December 11, 1962 38 Students On Honor Roll For Lakota High I.jikntii — Honor roll of 1 akot.i liiph's second fi week period Straight A. Carmen Cook, Limh, C'laylnn. Karl Cushman. Carolyn Ley. A honor roll: ChamM Rrir ri'lt. Cheryl Anderson. Kntlr. Royd. Darrel Clabntigh. S.ill\ Kichhorn. Nancy Hanover. Linda Hoeppner. Ponna Paulson. .Maril 1 .n Rippentrop. Stanley Tjadon. B honor roll: Paul Roettrher Piane Beckor. Karen Bauman. Ronnie Becker. Monica Reemrr. Lorraine Christ. Wayne Cordes Michael Clapper. Pale Coy. Judy Kichhorn. Perold Goefz. Patricia Knnen. Brian Ellsworth. Linda Karels. Marsha Krominga. Kldean Madtzke. \'crna Maass. Vicky Olson. Margaret Powers. Mar\in Kippentrop. Pamela Hushor. Jarv ice Thompson. Patricia TjaJen. Harold Wagcnaar. Hog House Jiurns Lakota firemen were the Ella Addy farm last Saturday about 10, p.m. An old hog house burned to the ground The building had not been in use lately and Saturday afternoon the Addy boys had been playing in the buildinr and had a fire. I! N Thought the hoys did not ha\>> llv fire o>:n- pli'.'fiy out and that -.parks star! oil the buiiilitis; mi f;iv Ch.iir On T'y L.ik mi'!' r tin Bnlfrr. u: <•( S»( red on Si.i .. h d;i t i In in :!! present .i:id i'lin< Kl-.\ (' - T\' at Manka' Poc I i. at 4 o'clock tailed to \nmrvl ('orrr«pnnil<>nt Carmen Cook, daughter of Sutp and Mrs John W. Cook, has boer named co-correspondent for 'h" lifiJAt school year, accoi-iing to an announcement made by Mar garet Mauser. editor of Cn-ed Maua/ine C.irmen i~ a senior at I.akota h;ch »chool Her election \\a- made h> a \ote »f ail of the LirN in 'he home et department Se|o( v 1 [or her (|uan!ie< of le.idei'Mi:;i .i:nl interest in home econoR-,!i - r.,rmen uiil s : -r\e a< junior advisor (o the editors of co-ed, national magazine for teenage girls and will keep them informed of activities at Lakota high. Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Mary Telkamp were I Mrs Jessie Snell. Louis. Viola and Pon Snell of Chokio. Minn. orders for the 1W3 Eaglite are now being taken. Anyone who would like to buy an annual should contact Ponna Paulsen. Janice Thompson. Gary Meyer. Louis Lc.ppe. Robert Sunde or Sandra Koppen. Mrs Pearl Smith returned home Saturday from the Buffalo Center hospital She had been a patient there since Monday. Mrs Fred G. Sleeker returned home Monday morning from the Buffalo Center hospital. She underwent surgery last Tuesday. Francis Erpelding presiding will follow the dinner. Committee in charge of dinner and Christmas party arrangements are Mrs Paul Erpelding, Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas. Mrs Ed McGuire, Mrs Frank Reding, Mrs John Altman, Mrs Rei- nald Salz, Mrs Don Reding, Lucille Illg, Mrs Clarence Bormann, Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Mrs Albert Thilges, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mrs William Erpelding, Mrs Harold Reding and Mrs Ray Thilges. Mrs Martin Frideres entertained the Farmerette 500 club with Mrs Art Plathe, Mrs Vic Youngwirth and Mrs Peter Reding as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs Raphael Faber, Mrs Mllford Plathe and Mrs John Capesius. Club members with their husbands as guests, had their Christmas pftrty and gift exchange Dec. 9. Mr and Mrs Ray Zeimet are parents of twin daughters born Dec. 3 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. This gives the Zeimets six girls and four boys. Mr and Mrs Walter Riedel from Burl and Mrs Nick Zeimet, Roundup, Montana are the grandparents. ' Mr and Mrs John Thul and Mrs Louise Thul \vere Thursday vis;, tors in the home of a cousin, Mrs Mary Thul, Clarion. ST. JOE NEWS CD A \ull hold their annual Christmas party and gift exchange, preceded by a 6 o'lcock potluck dinner Pec. 12 in St. Joseph's school. A short business meeting with grand regent Mrs WWff$KK9W9W.W^^ PRACTICAL GIFTS FOR STUDENTS, THE HOME, OFFICE, MOM or DAD TO THE SMITH-CORONA • B B B B B B B 1 MACHINES Manual or Elecfrically Operated VICTOR SMITH-CORONA R.C. ALLEN Here Is Indeed A long-Life Gift of Practical Value. For Business or Home Office An Adding Machine Is a Must! Largest Stock in Kossuth County (Trade-Ins Are Welcome) The they auto. fr ' ' <J l >f f SSs PRICED FROM All with full-size key- boards, most in a choice of colors. Carrying case with every machine at no extra charge. A warranty with each machine. ALL MODELS PORTABLE PRICES START AT Feature - LOADED Every Machine Is Priced To Meet All "Discount" Tags. HOLIDAY SPECIAL - One REMINGTON NEW QUIET RITER (List $139.50) at ......... $99.50 (This machine in Colorful Flamingo, Case Included) HOW SAFE ARE YOUR DOCUMENTS? Home Drawers & Chests See These Ranges at Your Favorite Algona Gas Appliance Dealer or at NTRAL SERVICE CY 4-2484 "YOUR GAS COMPANY' 5* * •?5 jja .*» «» «5 s* •?5 ^ & •» & .«» 5fe i H the & & ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ^ ALGONA ^ HERCULES.g CLOSET VAULTg You may ju-,l K *ell . . if you dont care about the tmeai ol fire or theft. But or tio'.e *io do mi, n-. surges! a Meilink- juiil Htrcules Clo'.M ,'au ! i' This Thermo Cel steel insulated unit gives certified proi-ri'rtjn ar.a.nst fue. and it is theft- resista-it. Speaking of sr.oe boxes, this vault lanes up no more space than four on a closet shell. Installation? So simpls 111 it takes is 8 hammer and a screw driver. Drop in and sea it today. Z". S19.75 and up All Carry Insurance Underwrite Label Mfg. By MEILINK SAFE CO. >r = STORAGE t FILING CABINETS Some with locks, and a Variety of Sizes, Styles, Colors. Two three - four - five drawer. ALSO SMALLER PERSONAL FILES &&&&$'$W&^ For Abstracts, Bonds, Tax Records, Valuable Papers, etc. A Size or Style To Fit Your Own Home Space ^^ ll n" — • — •" -•" '-..-•i '--.-.^i »r.^t "r-."* 1 *'.*9( MfVwlfWwlB] STENO POSTURE CHAIRS All metal, back and height adjustments, attractive covers, ball bearing caster action . . . STUDENT All-Metal Desk (as illustrated) Something to Help Make Study o Pleasure, Not a Drudge. UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING GO. Ill E. CAUST. ALGONA, IOWA

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