The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1960 · Page 8
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Car Demolished; Hit Tree ^' '» 4 •' . i v A couple of trees and two autos took pretty good beatings here early Friday morning, but, luckily, drivers of the vehicles were uninjured. The auto above was declared a total wreck af.er it struck and broke off a power pole and slam"i tiri.";? a ree at 61 ° Noi-th J»nes street at 2:2. r j a.m. Driver of ihe vehicle was Ralph Bauer, Jr 'M or Whittemore. He Was charged with failing to have control of his vehicle bv local police, who investigated. ' " »u 5? uer was headed south on Jones at the time o the mishap. He had just purchased gasoline at the Chrome Service station north of Algona prior to the accident. The front and left side of the vehicle were smashed. About two hour earlier, an auto driven by Paul E. Ilansen, 19, Swea City crashed into a tree on Overrneyer Drive near the swimming pool. Damage was estimated at $250 'to ?!ie car and Ilansen )t?A»» »r OI \ for jailing to have control of his aut >. The trees in both mishaps were badly skinned. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). •-Algona (la.) Upper De» Moines Tuesday, Aug. 23, 1960 Mrs Twillah Bartholomew is visiting friends in Des Moines tor a few weekw Mrs Luella Baker was visited Saturday by Mr anc Mrs E. L Rodebush, Tucson, Ariz. .Ila Bilsborough was visited Friday by Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards, Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs L. J. Cassel have returned from a vacation in Chicago and the Wisconsin Dells. Mr and Mrs Max Bast have been visited by their grandchildren Charles and Jane, Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Shirley were visited Thursday by Mrs Charles Holmes and daughter, Cynthia, of Blairsvuwn. Mrs Al Agena and children spent last weekend at Garwin with 'her mother, Mrs Dora Roh- iver. '•» Mr and Mrs Don Christensen have been visited by the latter's lister, Mrs Lotus Reister, Marlon, Ohio. Mr and Mrs L. J; Cassel have had as guests Mr and Mrs William Higgins and family, Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley left Saturday for Des Moines to attend the mid-west farm conference. Mr and Mrs Homer Clark, John and Tim spent last weekend at St. Anthony wita the parents, Mr and Mrs Clyde Clark. Thei took the son John to the Red Cross camp the State 4-H camp at Madrid. We're Relaxed Used to be that a. man looked forward to a quiet friendly visit with his dealer when it came time for a new or used car purchase. Now he has to contend with bands, price shouting, search lights, plain bull, and other bargain basement hoopla! At PercivaTs we try to make automobile buying a pleasure. We're relaxed, — and so will you be! We aren't trying to sell evervbodv a car. Just you, so we have plenty of time to see that you get the one car that fits your needs and budget There is enough pressure in the world today'and we at Percival's do not try to add to it. You will find we are easy to do business with. 'Day in and day out* our prices are fair, consistent with the quality of our used can, and our trades 'on new cars are Ihe best! They must be, we sell as many as anyone in our area. •top ia ami see us soon, let's talk •ver your next car purchase! — GENE KREYER PERCIVAlS DODGE DART - TRUCKS Long On Service ALOONA Mr and Mrs W. H. Brandow had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs Burdette Larson and,daughters of Westbrook, Minn. Mrs Hattie Burlingame and her sister Mrs Kaie Stephenson visited Mr and Mrs \V. H. Merriam at Game? last week. Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand returned" Friday from Iowa City. where they had visited Mr and Mrs John Sayler. A Fall Fashion show, sponsored by St. Cecelia's Guild, will be held Aug. 30 at 8 p.m. at Garrigan high school gym. Mrs Cidney Laird has been visited by her daughter Mrs Stewart Barnes, Chris and Scott, Los Angeles. Mr Barnes joined his family here a few days ago. Mr and Mrs hobert Carr had the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Allen Carr and Larry, Redfield, as guests a week ago Sunday. Mr and Mrs D. K. Chiquet returned last week from a 2Va week vacation spent at Chicago with Mr and Mrs J. M. Ottoson and at the Dells in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs R. S. Blossom and Mr and Mrs Clair Blossom arc- being visited by Grace and Margaret Rait, Cedar Falls, an:: Airs Walter Mutton, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Harry Grecnberg have returned from a visit at Topeka, Kan., with Mrs Greenberg's parents, Mr and Mrs David August. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wellendori are being visited this week by Mr and Mrs Otterson, Washington, D.C. Mrs Otterson is the former Leona Wellcnd,orf. Mr and Mrs Warren Andreason were recently at Hampton tc. visit the later's parents Mr and Mrs Ray Wharton, the former of whom who is convalescing from sickness. Mr and Mrs Dean Barnes had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs Don Briggs, New Hampton. Wednesday they had as guest Robert Barnes, a cousin, of Sunset Beach, ,Calif. Mr and Mrs Charles Beringer have had as guest the latter's niece Lynn Fox, San Diego, Calif. Mrs Beringer and son. Mark and Lynn spent a few days in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Mrs Everett Baldus and children recently spent a week at Newton with Mr and Mrs Charles Jensen. Last week they visited at Ogden with Mrs tsaldus' mother and grandmother. Mr and Mrs Roy Bjusirom had as weekend guest's Lillie Holstrom, Boone, and Mr and Mrs Fred Patterson, Stratford. They also visited other friends and relatives. Helen Dingley and Mr and Mrs William B. Nugent, Des Moines, were house guests of Mr and Mrs E. A. Boss at their sumer home at the Okobojis a few days last week. Mr and Mrs Henry Steiner and Dennis, Mrs Roy Tyler, Fort. Dodge, and Mr and Mrs Pat Tierney, Milford, were guests of Mrs ' Clem Cavanaugh Wednesday. Dr. Mt G. Bourne and son Bill are expected home this week from a trip to the east coast and visits to eastern colleges. They stopped in Cleveland to visit Mr and Mrs R. R. Cutler. Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell and Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove spent the weekend in a cottage at the Okobojis. Gary, Jim and Barbie Colwell spent the time with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell. Mrs Rose Weslling had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs A. C Isaacson and Mr and Mrs Raymond Wes'linj! and 'family, Burt. Mr and Mrs John Helmers have been vacationing at Waterloo with Mr and Mrs Pete Heliners and Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers and at Fort Dodge with Mr anc Mrs Virgil Wilschuse;i and family. Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman received word that tneir grandson, Michael Craig, son of Mr and Mrs Don Craig, had surgery Tuesday at East Peorip, 111: Mrs Craig is the former Barbara Bowman well-known here Dr. and Mrs Daniel Bray and family have returned from a vacation at Roseau, Minn., with Mrs Bray's mother, Mrs J. L. Delmore. A family reunion was held at which thiny-four persons were in attendance. Mr and Mrs . Joe Lowe and Helen Dingley arc being visited by Mrs Mildred rousch Nugent. Los Angeles, a former teacher here. Her husband, the late Clem Nugent, was a brother of Mrs Lowe. Mr and Mrs Gale Siockw&ll drove to Mason City a week ago Saturday to se« their granddaughter Carol, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Lassnhn, who is in Mercy hospital. She is being treated for pneumonia.. Mrs Luella Baker . returned Aug. 15 from a trip to western Montana, Lake Louise and ,Banff which lasted three weeks. She accompanied Dr. and Mrs H. H. Stewart, Kanawha, and Mrs H. H. Fritz, Iowa City. Mr and Mrs A. W. Oberweller drove to Add last Monday and brought the former's mother Mrs Ed Oberwctter home with them. She will be here for awhile during convalescence from a slight stroke. Mr and Mrs Ray Cook and Mr and Mrs George Kain are being visited by Mr and Mrs Don Cook and daughter Kimberly Ruth, Iowa City. Don is working on his masters degree at the State University. Mrs Waller Boeckholt and daughter Cheri ic-iurned Wednesday from seven weeks of hospitalization for Cncri, where she was under treatment for a heart ailment. She has improved greatly but will be taken back in two weeks for a check-up. Mr and Mrs W. C. Dewel, who are spending the summer at their Clear Lake cottage mu: as guests one day recently Mrs Harold Becker, of Burt, Mrs Alice Clayton, Mrs Martin BecKer, Mrs Bessie Jones, Mrs Lcora St John, and Ida Peterson. Mrs Andrew Holtzbauer has 1 been visited by her daughter, Sister Mary Andrew and friend, Sister Mary Katherine Wingert of Wesley. The Sisters are locat- d at Dubuque but Sister Mary Andrew will be at Farley at the beginning of the.-school year. Mr and Mrs Jim Kolp have returned from a vacation of a week at Redwing, Minn., and Rhinelander, Wis., where they were with Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst. They were also at La Crosse, Wis., where they visited Mrs Kolp's parents Mr and Mrs Paul Haas. Mr and Mrs Frank Butts, Mrs Warren Nelson, Mary Wirtjes and Dorothy Butts, Washington. D.C., attended funeral services last Tuesday at Buffalo Center for Ralph Wirtjes, -r-5. who died the previous Sunday. He was a brother of Mrs Butts and Mary Wirtjes. Mr and Mrs William Ankenbauer wore at Twin Lakes a week ago Sunday for a picnic dinner with Mr and Mrs Don Wolfe. From there they went to Livermore and were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Wilfred L. Coleman. Mr and Mrs Anken- oauer left Sunday on a vacation of a week which will be spent in southern Iowa and Beloit, Wis., with relatives tand friends. Mr and MM Mat Bangs and daughter Cally spent the weekend at Minneapolis with the former's mother, Mrs N. S. Bangs Sr. Mrs Bangs' parents. Mr and Mrs William Gridloy, Locust, N. J.. are expected here next week for a visit. Mr end Mrs Ralph Harbcrts were visited a week ago Monday by Mr and Mrs Edgar Har- herts and family. Independence Other guests Tuesday and Wednesday won- Mr and Mrs George D. Harberts, Giundy Center, and M» and Mis Guy .~>neil, Orlando. Fla. Mi- end Mrs Jerry Pcierso" .lave left -for Coos Bay, Ore., and for a time will make their home will) Mr and Mrs Fred Dupuis. They weir accompanied' b\ Jeiry's brother tloh. The men are sons of Mr and Mrs Orrie IVteison and Mrs Peterson is ihe funnel- Kay H-ilci^.o. Mr and Mrs Jens Ktiudsen are being visited by M;- and Mr:- h'obeil Knud.sen and family of Hunlinuton Beach, Calif., and Mr and Mis Ralph Hakes and Mr, Fred Missal and c'aughttT Sandra of Winona, 111. The Robert Knudsens moved, to California about a year ai^i and are former residents .here. Mr and Mrs R. A. Johnston have as guests Mr and Mrs William Gillespie. of Winnepeg, Can The visitors, the Johnstons and the Howard Furs-bergs spent Wednesday at Clear Lake with Mr and Mrs Richard Hughes. Mr and Mrs Gillespie spent the weekend at the Okobojis in the Forsbers's trailer house. Mr and Mrs Wilbert Boeckholi Burt. Mr and Mrs F. P. Me Mahon, Sexton, Mr and Mrs Anton Weydeit, Bode: Mr and Mr Klch.ni Duncan, Fenton; Mr and Mrs Herman Heinin, LuVcrnc. were amons 32 Pride Seed Corr dealers and their wives who attended a sales meeting at Algona Aug. 11. Dealers and wives were guests of the company for dinner. Mrs "Marie Hawcoll and her brother and sister Lee and Bess Hopkins received word Wednesday of the death of their sister- in-law Mrs Fay Hopkins at Glendale, Calif. She was the former Mamie Moulds, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs uohn Moulds. Mr Hopkins died in .1954. .She is survived by two daughters Patty. Mrs "Bud" Kolvct, Los Anqeles, and Barbara, Mrs- Wayne Moulder, Manhattan Beach, Calif., a sifter Mrs William Green (Bcr- nice) of Humboldt, Roy Moulds, of Sioux City ana Art Moulds of Oregon. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bay spent a few days last week at> Millard, Neb. with Mrs Bay's parents, Mr and Mrs C. F. Kuehl and brought home the niece, Nancy Fulton. The parents, Mr and Mrs Don Fulton, David and Kay came- a few days later to take her home. Mr and Mrs Bay had as guests Tuesday Mr ana Mrs Woodrow Christenson and Jan and Mr and Mrs Noel Riles, Webster City. Receive Top 4-H Awards KirRchnmmi, Mf nnrl Mrs Ororge Bosch;' A tiro 1 in Alig, Whittrmore, Mr . and Mrs Woodrow Russol!, nnd Ruth Kelly, WhtHemoro. Those who were unnblo to at* Ethort. trnd were Lfon Knschmittrr and the former Helen Ford, Jlok-n Bosch, Alice June Cairy, Tholma Keono, Irene Peebles and Almn Two of Ihe lop awards available at Ih3 Kossuth Counly Fair lust week were garnered by the throe girls shown here. The girls shown above, Jean Keith, 17, and Olennda Gabritlson, 16. were iKimed the top demonstration team, and Louise Skow, shown below was winner of the Dress Revue Contest. Being chosen by judges as top winners, the girls will travel to the Iowa Stale Fair and compete in slate contests. Miss Keith is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Kyle Keith, Algona Miss Gabrilcson a daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton, and Miss Skow is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Skow, Wesley All will be seniors at Algona high school this fall. The demonstration team represented the Plum Creek Elite (•Iub Leaders of the club are Mrs Clifton Benschoter and Mrs C harles Dearchs. (UDM Newsfotos—Engraving). Rotary Governor To Visit Algona Ray W. Kaste* Ray W. Raster, above, district governor of Rotary International, will be a guest of the Algona Rotary club nexv Mopday noon. Pic is visiting each of^the 47 clubs in his district. He is a Decorah banker. President John Claude of the local club said that the governor will confer with chairmen of various administration and service committees prior to the luncheon at the Algona Hotel. Garrigan Sale Of Tickets To Start Aug. 29 Garrigan Booster Club tickets for the school's athletic events will go on sale Aug. 29, according to Athletic Director Jim Geelan. The ticket sale is slated to end Sept. 7. Adult and student season tickets are being sold at prices similar to hist year. The adult tickets include five home football games, seven home basketball games, 15 home baseball games, the athletic banquet, participation for men in the adult basketball league, all grade school athletic contests and four men's smokers during the School year. Student tickets include all athletic events, but none of the additional events offered to rciults. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Former St. Ann Administrator Returns To Post Sister Mary Etheldreda, who served as administrator and anesthetist at St. Ann hospital for six years until 1957, returned to the local hospital in that capacity Aug. 15, She was nameff to replace Sister Mary Florine, administrator, who is now on tae staff of a hospital at Pontiac. Mich. Sister Mary Etheldredi returned to Algona after three years as administrator of St.. Joseph Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. The hospital staff changes were announced recently by the mother house of the Sisters of Mercy at Detroit. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, 'owa SUNDAY, AUG. 28 Guy DeLeo SUNDAY, SEPT. 4 Lynn Kerns SUNDAY, SEPT. 11 Don Hoy SUNDAY, SEPT. 18 Ray Lewis No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.i at 8:30 25th Reunion, Whiftemore Class Whittemore — The Presentation Academy class of 19.'!5 held its 25th reunion Sunday at tin- Plantation with a dinner followed by a social gathering. Eleven members of the class of 18 were oresent with their husband and wives. They were Mr and Mrs Joe McGee; Frances Ringler, Milwaukee; Mrs Edward Owens. Joan Fleming, Chicago, Mr and Mrs Robert Ohland: Sis Kolso. Davenport, Mr and Mrs Merwin Danniwitz; Irene McDonnell. Belmond, Rev. James Fandel, Lake City; Mr and Mrs Eugene Kollasch, St. Joe;' Mr and Mrs Donald Elbcrt, Cylinder; Mr and Mrs Loyola O'Brien, Algona; Mr and Mrs James Vipond; Kalherine FREE GATE EXPOSITION at Fairmont, Minn. WED. through SUN FRI. EVENING, AUG. 26 Venita Rich Talent Contest Revue. SAT AUG. 27 Afternoon Children's Afternoon — Most Midway Rides lOc Evening The Minnie Pearl Show With Pee Wee King and His Band. SUN. AUG. 28 ENTERTAINMENT DAY Afternoon — 3:30 P. M. Thrillcade * . * * . * Evening — 8:00 P. M. Thrillcade LOW GRANDSTAND PRICES Adults $1.00 Children 50c COME OFTEN ! The Gate Is Always Free! 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