The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 24
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Lone Rock Man Is Recovering From Injuries Lpne Rock — Dale Baxter, son of Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter, is in good condition after a truck accident which ho had several weeks ago. Dale suffered a brain concussion, crushed' ribs, cracked ribs, cuts and .bruises. The cut on his face required 35 stitches to close. Dole returned home from a Fort Dodge hospital about two weeks ago, and is doing fine. He will be unable to work for some time. Have Electricity The Leo Lcininger family re ceivcd a treat when they moved into their new home near Loll Creek recently. The family hnd been without electricity sine May 15 as a result of a fire whicl destroyed their barn. They usec kerosene lamps for lights. Th Leiningers now live on the Dur wood McXrthur farm which the moved on July 1. Ex-Resident Passes Will Krueger, formerly of Lone Rock, died Friday evening July 1, at Willmar, Minn, from a tumor of the brain after being ill since November. Those attending funttral services at Willmar were Mr and Mrs P. M. Christcnsen and Mervin, Mr and Mrs Charles Morris and Ruth Krueger of Lone Rock and Mrs Emma Manus of Bun. Rev. and Mrs A. W. Schwandt and family of Fort Collins, Colo, spent a 12-day vacation in the Gerald Radig home. The Sch- wandts also visited with the Paul Thackcrs and Louis Seegebarths Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer anc family, and Janelle Newbrough Judy Juhl and Diane Simpson attended a Fourth of July gathering at the Art Krause home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Dean Jergensen and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and famil and Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgrei enjoyed a picnic Monday will the Frank Flaigs of Lone Rock Michael Lee spent a few day in the Ronald Christensen horn at Belgrade, Minn. Mr and Mrs Art Bokenkam and girls of Storm Lake spen Wednesday in the Maude Blun chard home. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family are spending a few days in Plymouth with friends. Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard are parents of a son born Friday morning at St. Ann Hospital in Algona. The little lad weighed 7 Ibs.. IVfe ozs. and was named Dennis Eugene. John Nevvbroughs and the Jerry Simms and children of Phoenix, Ariz, are spending two weeks with friends and 'relatives in the Lone Rock community. A gathering was held at the Lawrence Newbrough's the 4th of July. Those present were Mr and Mrs A. D, Newbrough, Fritz Newbroughs, Gene Blanchards Delbert Blanchards, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, all of Lone Rock. Mrs Cora Twiligcr ,and Mrs Julia Twiliger of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Allan Wells of Elmore, 39 New Trucks, Cars On County Roods, 2 Weeks New vehicles sales in Kossulh county during the past two Weeks hit 39, about average dur- ng recent months. The following vehicles were registered at the county treasurer's office during the period: International — Algona Imp Co., truck. Ford — Becmer Well Drilling Lakota, pickup; M. W. Blair Swea City; D. H. Martin, Swea City; . J. P. , Edgington, Burl Helen Hubor, Algona; C. D. Wai dun, trustee, Algona; Kent Molot Co., Algona; Duane or Beulah Erickson, Burl; P. H. Olson, Swea City. Chevrolet — A. J. Rengci Bancroft; D. L. Lunn, Lakota;! B. J. Keefe, Leclyard; Bob Boyer, Bancroft; G. E. Chally, Algona; Arnold Hill, Algona; Kenneth Johnson, Algona; M. J. Trunk- hill, Burl; M. E. Busch, Lcdyard; Ted HUbert, Lu Verne; H. V. Clark, Bancroft; Cyril Venleic- her, Algona; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona; Ben Siehlman, Titonka; 11. L. Slrayer, Algona; Robert or Rosalie Kuhn, Algona. Pontiac — C. G. Hoernkc, Algona; Alfred or May Schenck, Algona. Dodge — C. A. Gutknccht, La- rcota; L. H. Ditsworth, Algona, pickup; Esther Harms, West Bend; H. J. Peters, Algona; R. C. Johnson, Swea City. DeSoto — Fern Peterson, Swea ty- Buick — Mary Schwabaucr, Algona; L. O. Miller, LuVerne. Studebaker — Schultz Bros., Algona. Olds Otto or Alice Laing, Algona. Rambler — Lucile Montgomery, Algona. ntiall Officers Members of the American Legion and Auxiliary met Tuesday evening. Officers for the coming year in both groups were installed. Heading the Auxiliary this coming year will be Dorotny Bee- Kcr, president; Ceha Scott, vice president; Luella Schenk, secretary; Oencviene Graham, treasurer; Eiln Sigsbee cnapltun; Mary Nelson, Sgt. at Arms; Gladys Howcott, historian. Serving on the Executive Board will be Thccla Christense'n, Mary Nelson, and Gladys Howcott, Elva Boettcher was installing officer. The group also voted at this meeting to give $3 to Hie Salvation Army, $30 to their sponsored memucr at Glenwood. Heading the Legion for Hit- coming year will be Nels Nelson, commander; Howard Sigsbee, vice commander; George Becker, adjutant; Charles Bpry finance secretary; Ray' McWhorter, historian; and J. L. Miller, chaplain. Hostesses for the evening were Mary Ihnen, Ruth Clapsaddle and Etta Howard. Mrs Carrie Meier returned to her home here this week after an absence of over two months during which time she visited at the home of her son and famjly the Dean Meiers at Tacoma, Wash, and with a sister in San Diego, Calif., whom .she had not seen for over 14 years. Her trip also took her to Old Mexico and to many places of interest in both Washington. California and Fourth of July guests at the Walter. Steward's were Mr ana Mrs Lester Steward and family, Phoenix, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Roy Miller and family, Bode, Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas 'and Judy and Janet. Mr and Mrs L. D. Brahnan and Mark of Venezuela, South America, are visiting at the home of Mrs Brannan's brother, the L. J. Millers. Larry and Judy Hinckley spent Thursday and Friday with their father, Al Hinckley, at Oakdale. Mr and Mrs Melbourne Mansmith and family arrived at the and David of Newton spent the Fourth weekend at the homes of their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Darrell Davis and with his parents, Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland. Garry Lee Davis and J. D. Andrews, who arc employed fit Mason City, spent the weekend at their homes hero. Mr and Mrs David Boono and family, Sloirte, Pa., «n<3 Mr and Mrs Howard Cass and family of Reeding, Pa., are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Wallace Hawcolt. Tuesday the Hawcolts and their guests enjoyed a days outing ;il tlie lakes. Mrs Glenn £wiefel and Patsy Mrs Jake Smith and Mrs J. N Gross attended a surprise birth day party in honor of'Mrs Mar garct Householder at Lone Hock Thursday afternoon. Dale Bixler of Clarence and Sheryl Smith were Saturda evening guests at the Glem Zwicfcl home. Jcanetta Wollz returned to he work for Look Magazine in Ue the weekend with her parenis, Tuesday, July 12, 1*60 Alfdn* (I*.) UflMf frii Emergency Appendectomy Tommy, 8 year old son of Dr. and Mrs M. I. Lichter, returned to his home Wednesday from the Mercy hospital, Mason where he underwent an emergency appendectomy Sunday. home of his mother, Mrs Bertha Mansmilh Tuesday where they will visit for some time. Wednesday, Mrs Mansmith and her guests were dinner guests at the Son For Coach Word has been received here of the birth of a son, Jerry Alexander, on July 1 to Mr and. Mrs George Manus home. Mr and Mrs Glenn Zwicfcl, City, | Brian and Patsy were dinner uests Sunday at the Clarence Menz home at Seneca. Other ;ucst.s were' the Menz's son Clarnce of Cedar Rapids and Mr and Mrs Wm. Householder. S/Sgt. Gordon and Mrs Weg- ncr and family, Belton, Mo., are Minn. Mr and Mrs John Newbrough, John and Larry, Mr and Mrs Jerry Simms arid children of Phoenix, Ariz., ana Mr and Mrs Clifford Mueller and Mr and Mrs Wayne Mueller of Stanley. Wis Mr and Mrs. Everett Hanna were Sunday callers in the Sumner Parsons home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were Sunday evening callers in the H. A. Holmgren home. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna were Wednesday evening call Class Of 1955 Holds Reunion At Burt Sunday Burt — Much time was spent reminiscing Sunday when the member^ of the 1955 graduating class of Burt high school gathered at the Legion hall for a re- uniqn. A pot luck dinner was en;oy- ed at noon and the afternoon was spent socially and recalling memories brought back through ,he display of pictures, news write-ups, etc., of their high school plays, operettas, prom, senior skip day and others. The display was set up by Barbara Meyer. In charge of arrangements for Sunday's gathering were Mrs EuClair Meyer, Mrs James Gan- som, and Shirley Peter. Attending from the farthest distance was Naval Air Cadet Dennis Hammerstrom of Pensacola, Fla. Others in attendance wort: Mrs James Sansom, Lincoln, Neb.; Mr and Mrs Jerry Davis and Ca*rol, Mr and Mrs David Miller and Leslie; Mr and Mrs John Thompson, all of Algona; Larry Hinckley, Aberdeen, S.D.; Darla Bussie, Mason City; Mr and Mrs EuClair Meyer (Barbara Dittmer) and family and Shirley Peter. Also present wert their senior class sponsors, who accompanied them on thjf class's skip day trip to Chicago, Mr anq Mrs Roy Ihnen. Members of the class unable to be present were Jack Nauman Augusta, Wis., Mrs Barbara (Fairbanks) Raedy, Ohio; Mrs Carol (Rasmusson) Hausrath Iowa City, Mrs Betty (Harms! Champion, Mount Pleasant; and Dale White. The little lad who weighed in at 8 Ibs. in a Tort Dodge hospital, has two brothers, Billy and Teddy and a sister, Sathy, to welcome him. Mr. White was a member 01 the Burt high school faculty for two years. They are living at the home of Mrs Whites parents the Vernon Andersons at Calendar, until fall when they will move to Colorado where Mr White wil attend school on a full year's scholarship, which he was granted last spring. Home From Trip Mr and Mrs Wilfred Woltz. She accompanied back to DCS Moines by Linda Stenzel, . who lopes to find employment there. Several From Bancroft Are Hospitalized Bancroft — Many Bancrof persons are patients at Hoi, Family hospital. They are Mr John Wesselman, medical treat mcnt, Albert McCarthy, surgery Clarence McGuirc. medical treat ment, and Mrs Evelyn Priester baby girl. , Mother To Hospital Mrs Ross Inman took he mother Mrs John Reding, Whi Moines Monday after spending temore, to Sioux City Saturda where she entered St. Joseph hospital for medical treatment. Two New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Gordon Delperdang are parents of a son born recently at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mr and. Mrs Francis Priester are the parents of a daughter born July 6 at Holy Family hospital. Mr and Mrs Ross Solberg, St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs, Martha Hemmerling, Grand Forks, N.D came for a visit with relative* Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman entertained a large group of relatives and friends at a party in their honor Monday evening at her home. Mr and Mrs George Merron accompanied Mr and Mrs Ralpl Banwart, West Bend, to Wiscort sin where they will visit rela lives and do some sight seeing Donna Bergman who is horn from Sioux City on a two wee! .acation, attended the weddlhfc of Joan Baas at Whittemore Saturday morning and spent the weekend at the Cletus Dernet lome. Mr and Mrs Donald Schllt?. returned Saturday from their honeymoon. Mr SchlUz and Mary Faith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas McGuire were marrieu June 28 in St. Johns Catholic church. They are now at home in the Wesselman apartments. TEETH . Little Monte Tim Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Berg of Rockwell City was born with Iwo teeth. Doctors say that occasionally infants are born with one tooth but two are quite unusual. Bert Saltou of Reinbeck recently caught a rattlesnake in his backyard as he was mowing the lawn. He managed to get a pail over Ihe snake and later got the snake in the vessel, and weighted it down. visiting at the homes of her sisters, Mrs Jerry Wiener and Mrs Bruce Graham. Dennis Hammcrstrotn, who is stationed with Naval Air Cadets at Pensacola, Fla., is enjoying a leave at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Russell Hammerstrom at Riccvillc. Dennis spent from Thursday through Sunday with Larry Hinckley. Mr and Mrs Frances Illlg ana family were among over 200 present at a Bormann family reunion held in the St. Joe school auditorium Sunday. Mr and Mrs Darrell McFarlana ers in the Frank Ryerson home Mrs Georgia (Angus) Christenat Burt. sen ' Cedar Rapids. I Bane Yust A Kid Again! Dis here bane me when I vas ten year old ... Now, by yumping yimminy, for two days, I bane acting like a kid again ! Oh, by the way — we got some good gas and oil over here. Leave your car with us while you fool around town, laughing at all those crazy merchants. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper May gudeness, but aye sure do feel sp ry like a young svenska poika again . . . like ven I vas ten year old and full of the old Smorgasbord, yah? Yahskodda- haw! Aye yust feel young and REDIKEWL US! So here at Bewstrom's Furnichure Store ve going to—how you say it—raise sum coin for two day, Friday and Saturday. In fack aye never seen sumti ng like it since aye been ten year old. Velkommen! Vich means vash up and come to Bewstrom's Furnichure and see vhat ve got going on. From Your Gude Friend ROY OSWALD BJUSTROM BEWSTROM FURNICHURE ALL THE NUTS AREN'T DOWNTOWN-THERE'S SUM OUT AT TAYLOR PHILLIPS ST. 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