Mabel Neighbors 1954
THE WINONA DAILY NEWS, WINONA, MINNESOTA \*~*S A Â·3 Camera j A/ewd, M ABEL area iolks aie a neighborly and generous generous lot, ' Last week Thursday a group of them picked corn for James Jetson,' who injured his hand in a corn elevator, and this week Monday a group of Mabei area farmers, and their wives helped out another another man in trouble: Ordell Anderson, who lost his right hand in a, corn picker accident Nov. 1. I0 your adventure world, SON o v e d d v The Man Who** Right Hand is missing, with an injured on his left hand, is Ordell Anderson. Friends and neighborly have helped him in another way. There's been a fund campaign. He was in the hospital from Nov. 1 to Nov. 21. Bovcy, Minn., Firemen Lower the body of Loren Barber, 37, f r o m ' t h e third floor of the fire-damaged Whitmas Hotel. Four people died in the fire Wednesday. Bovey is near Grand Rapids. (Daily-News photo ^ These Are The Good Neighbors and friends who were at Anderson farm near Tawney. They picked his corn, cut his supply of wood and did his fall plowing and fencing. Among them are Gust Leland, Ernest Larson, Archie Vitse, Gordon Olson, Orville Peterson, Myron Larson, Roger Bacon, TiUEord Lerol, Arthur Brown, Leo Hage, Cyrus Hanson, Roy Iverson, Sanford Ellestad, Luther Onsgard, Clarence Haagenson, Norris Norris Erlandson, Harley Larson, Verdonne Erickson, Orrel Larson, Herbert Simenson, Lew Larson, Myles Hpff, John Stennes, Irvin Nordgaard, Adolph Olson, George Langs'taff, Norman Faa, Harlan Harlan Johnson, Wallace Iverson, Allen Johnson, Walter Norby, Ver- nqn Erickson, Melvir. Dahl, Lester Larson. Merlin Hanson, Walter Nerstad, Warren Aygarn, LaVerne Johnson, Jerome Stennes, Garnet Johnson, Lawrence Haakenson, Clifford Larson, Everett Hagen, Albert Westby, Clifford Hoff, H.'M. Vitse, Rolf Hatting, Alfred Nelson, Arden Vigeland, Clifford Housker, Norman Flatland, Flatland, Wesley Olson, Bert Danielson and Ernest Hagen. Jack Frost And His Frosties soon will be wearing their own specially-designed costumes, but when their identities were revealed at the Winter Carnival kickoff dinner this week the roy- alty wore "borrowed" carnival regalia. Left to right, Lloyd Ozmun, Frosty;. George Graham, Jack Frost, and Roger Schneider, Frosty. (Daily News photo) These Are Some of Jetson's friends who helped him. He is in a Rochester hospital. At. latest report, two fingers required amputation. Left to right are, kneeling, Kermit BJexrud, James Ness, Clarence Jetson and Julian Landsom; standing front row, Norris Storlie, Harry Lommen. Nels Gulbranson, Nelius Storlie, Vernon Wold Oscar Tollefsrud, Orin Knutson and Richard Holty; back row Leslie Ingvalson, John Gulbranson, John Halverson, Milferd Tollefsrud and Kenneth Buxengard. Women served a dinner. (Burr Griswold photos) RIDH1 RHVI11E5 When parked downhill *t the c u r b y o u ' l l win If you turn your front wheels carefully IN, While the pjirkcr who knows whtit he's about . On nn upgrade, turns his front wheels OUT! And ,, sprnklnft of f r o n t whÂ«els. if your tires Â»rÂ« wcnrlnff unevenly and you find thnt steering Is' hard-you hard-you need one of our super wheel alignment Jobs I Doubles Doubles tiro life! Sesfert-Baldwin Motor Co. 121 West Fourth Street Phone 5977 ' And ThÂ«. Ar.'Th. Wom*n who were with their husbands at the Anderson farm. Cotfee was served' by women of the Scheie Lutheran Church.