The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1959
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Thursday, July 30, 1959 Alflono (la.) Upp«r Dot MetnM-S 3 Injured As Car Is Demolished #, &$?• HEADLINE 7 "S> X 2 <? • • o ANGELUS 2 Cello Bags SNIPER'S 14 Oz, Bottle Thtea L&kota 16-year old boys luckily escaped serious Injury When the auto above, shown as it was being tpwed from the ditch by a local wrecker, crashed into a deep ditch from a blacktop road about ^^Th^mShap 1 , 6 which McunSd at 8:10 p.m., resulted in injuries for Daryl D. Christ, the driver, Gary Sheldahl and'Dennis Boettcher, passengers in the 1957 Chevrolet which was totally destioyed. Christ received bruises, Sheldahl a back injury,.fractured nose andfaciaLcutsi and Boettcher, bruses and minor lacerations to his arms. All three were taken to St. Ann hospital and Christ and Boettcher were treated and released the same evening. Sheldahl remained for treatment for several days. The boys were reportedly on their way to Algona to see a movie when the auto went out oi control in the Plum Creek area near a sharp curve and plunged into *e west.ditch. • Christ and Sheldahl were thrown from the vehicle, which landed partially On the lallei coy. •- Quick action by Mike Wagner Of Wesley, first person on the scene after the crash was possimy responsible for limiting Sheldahl's injuries. - , 4U» nutn The Wesley an grabbed a bumper'jack from the trunk of the wrecked auto, and pried the auto off the Sheldahl boy so he could be removed. " p pr1prsen Christ was charged with failing to -have his vehicle under control by Patrolman Dick Pedersen who investigated the mishap. (UDM ;Flashfoto — Engraving). MARSH MALLOWS39C BULK CIDER 3 LB. CAN Lakoia Lad Is Cut In Hay Baler Mishap v Lakoia — Roger Thomps'on, 13, son of Mr and Mrs Lauren -> Thompson, was injured Tuesday - in a hay baler accident. He received' a) severe cut below the Jtnee requiring 12 stitches to close. He was working with his brother, Everett, at the time of the accident. He slipped while off the draw bar and LONE ROCK A.picnic for the Legion Auxili- | ary members and their Children and for other'guests will be held August 5 at Swea City. .Bill Christensen and Ruth Krueger went to Belgrade, Minn Saturday to visit with the Ron Mrs Frank Dacken and Mrs Ed McQuire, Algona, were Sunday guests in the E. A. Lee home Mrs E. A. Lee and daughter Susan visited at Swea City in the J. H Montgomery home. Mr and Mrs A. D. Kuritz of Polk City, la, Ray Kurtz, Mr and VINEGAR 49 FLUFFO 69 c BRING YOUR OWN JUG machinery. Out Of Hospital A'lbert Becker, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Becker came home from the hospital in Buffalo Center Saturday morning. He is getting about on crutches and his injured leg is in a cast.' Trouble never comes singly and since. Albert s accident his mother "suffered a badly cut hand, his father stepped " on a nail and his 'brother suffered from 'a bad boil. Enneiis Wed 25 Years More than 150 friends arid relatives gathered Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church honoring 'Mr and Mrs George Ennen on their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Mrs Raymond 'Brandt of Titonka acted as master of ceremonies and a program was presented after which- lunch was served. The kitchen •hostesses were 'Mrs Ida Rippentrop, Mrs Andrew. Jansen, Mrs 1 - — •— m ' r — Robert Mr and Mrs Charles Kurtz of Des Moines and ,Rev. and ,Mrs Albert Kurtz arid family of Clear' Lake, and Mrs Ronald Kurtz of Des Moines visited in the Rev. and Mrs Clifford Nordine/home Sunday. Rev. and Mrs Nordine and family will be leaving Thursday morning for the East on a trip. Guests in the Gordon Blanchard home'in Mason City Sunday were Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard and family, Mr and Mr3 Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan Mr nd, Mrs Don, Blanchard anc family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz of Ottosen and family, Mr and Mrs Chester Alme and amily of Ottosen and Mrs- Maude Blan'chard. A party was held in the Roy ensen home for Mrs Milford Mitchell's birthday. Those at- ending were Mrs Willis Cotton, Tern Krueger, Beulah Lee, Paulne Flaig, Bertha Newibrough and Esther Flaig. . Mr and Mrs Willis Woodwick Mrs Walter Thompson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and LaVonne, Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson,' Mr and Mrs James Elsbecker and family of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson. Mr and Mrs Dale Schrader attended a surprise birthday party for Mrs Ordean Kaibrick recent ly Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna visited Sunday in the Jake Smith home at Burt. Viola McDonald and Francis Ann of Burt, Willard Gregson, and Marvin Simpson of Vanton were Wednesday guests in the Everett Hanna home. Mrs Fred Tigges and Mrs Mervin Cunningham were Thursday guests in t>he-Everett Hanna home. Ila' Ells-borough of Algona, Morris Bilsborough of Titonka 49c And 59c Values ONLY 39c And 49c STILLWELL SWEET POTATOES HERSHEY'S 1 Lb. Can CHOICE CUTS CHOC. SYRUP We I BEEF ROAST Morns Diiaoui"«e ijl i Ui •>•"'•"••"" and the Kenneth Richards family went to Fairmont for a; picnic Sunday. Mr and Mrs Freddie Chnstoffer of Shelibyville,' Mo. were Wednesday guests in., the Holland Baxter home. -.. ' Mr and Mrs Elmer Rosen oi Fairmont were Sunday guests in the Roger Jensen home. Mr and Mrs Archie Rouse ot Spirit Lake visited Sunday in the Clair Bellinger home. ' Mr and Mrs "Ellsworth "Baxter of Ayrshire called in the Leslie Baxter home on Sunday afternoon... . , • DWAN'S - PITTED-IN SYRUP DARK 3 Cans 89c CUT UP FRESH SPRING FRYERS EA Albert Rippentrop, Mrs '<• Rippentrop, Mrs, -Elsie . and Mrs Jerry Heetland. Acting as waitresses were,. Norleta Rippentrop, Marilyn Peterson, _H°sa- lyn Hendrickson and Lois Steenhard. i j Mr and Mrs Ennen received many lovely cards, gifts and money. ' Farewell Picnic A farewell picnic honoring Mi and Mrs Vernon Dornsbadi, who have -left for their new home^on . Storm Lake, was held Thursday evening at the home of 'Mr and ' Mrs Jakie Peterson. ' Others pre sent were the Raymond Krom ' inga family, the Dr. I. G. Grof i. family, theWy Bldmo fam^y, - the Ronnie Meyers, the C. W. Hhe Ray Hortzke family • and Keith, the S. W. Bruchhaussens, the George Weringa family, the Roger Krominga family and the Henry Harms family of Buffalo Center The Dornsbachs were presented with a purse of money by the -guests. liYJLi Cl-Il^A AVii O »' ****** «" w *~ •- - —-of Algona were Sunday Visitors in' the Ortwin Tietz home near Lotts Creek. iMr and Mrs Milford Mitchell were visitors in the Fred Habeger home at Burt Wednesday evening. They were celebrating Duane Hataeger's birthday. iMr and Mrs Ben Fredberg o Minneapolis visited for a few days in the Ortwin Tietz home. Carol Householder and Pau An'glen of Omaha, Neb. were callers Saturday^ evening in the Darryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson went, to Creston Sunday to ..take their granddaughter, Peiiny Sue Thompson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, home after .visiting for a few days with them. . •*/ , , 'Mr and Mrs Wayne. Hawks and family of Los Angeles wore visitors with relatives in and around Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Cecil Hawks ana family from Des Moines were visitors in Lone Rock Tuesday with friends and rela'tives. A family picnic was held at the | Lillie Thompson home Sunday. Those attending were Mr and PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, AUG. 2 Clem Brau SUNDAY, AUG. 9 Don Hoy SUNDAY, AUG. 16 Ray Lewis .SUNDAY, AUG. 23 Henry Charles SUNDAY, AUG. 30 Marv Reedstrom No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 9:30 SUNSWEET PRUNES ....Med 1 Lb. Box Jc MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE 60z.k89c RAP - IN - WAX WAX PAPER Roll We SWIFT'S ALL MEAT 2 LB. BAG COLD CUTS SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT LB. PURE PORK DECKER'S IOWANA CANNED PICNICS 3 Lb. Square Tin DECKER'S IOWANA GRAINY 4 Lb. Pail REYNOLD'S FOIL WRAP SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD Roll Be 1 CHEESE MAZOLA Or WESSON OIL 01.59c Miss Biersiedi Honored A miscellaneous shower honor ing G wen Biers1,edt was held T at th! parish hall of St. Paul's Lu•therein church Friday evening, Hostesses for the event were all aunts and cousins of the bride. elect They were Mrs 'Helena Jentz, Mrs Harold Eimers and Mrs Ed Mitchell all. ^.f Mrs -Dennis 'Long of . Esthe Mrs Glenn Flint of Rmgsted, Mrs Ella Meyer and Mrs Hugo Mittag oE^Burt, 'Mrs Walter Sorcnson.of Webb, Mrs Leonard Warner, Mrs Clarence -Macumber, Algona, »n$ Mrs Gerald Smith of Fort Dodge, Mrs Eugene' and Mrs Lyle Mar-- lowe and (Mrs Dick O'Donnell of Lone Rock, Mrs Eugene Meyer Mrs .EAiCiaire Merer BUDGET ESTIMATE ANDYREE ^°j^ A ?E FIUING/ NOTICE _ The C!ty T °c^fncif *of Algona of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet the following estimate of expenditures fpf will be available at the hearing. rl'cpipf^and disbursemant,, both, past and anticipated David A. Smith, Town Clerk. "3 5 . Hi..-. I mill i •F-"'- FUNDS I S n Expenditures For m a 1 1 UJ " r V oa * ra -£ *- of 'isSflta. H& X-FT- of >BurUng»me, 0aUt •^•rtf *f™ . !»* many Oregon, uwiul -!*(»», ed . sad tbe 9teto ' visit* 1540.05 66394 49049 52844 1(4545 23600 58000 56777 33555 000 5QQQ T5600 37100 4500 16220 2900 20900 47277 17335 17165.M 1??17 28409 20800 2400 18400 and, '171 nh !t« IV/ 1 f ,£Oil>W7 4&VWV *-7VM «v**vv *" Il32S3 20620 '15017 1746Q 5100 12360 '"3417I4;?! 505986 395833 77QQOQ 3I50QO 455000 '"" a 3li72ii $$588 1S8&95 5W2Q • 12965 4465! Use 'Tax) -.^, Meers -,, and Mrs Bilmer •were Swwdjsy gyests at j of their daughter and Hanson tope family, inn "' 1 $& v2S£^tu?ai -jwr 5^nE;EE:E;;:;;::::::l!!l:Ql the Joe Murrays of Bancroft. in-Atgona 'kossuth County 'Adv«iw, Ateon*,- Iowa, -Jyly 28, -1*5 i" Atgstw Ho«utli County Advjncv, Algp., d , lc,w d , July 26, 195 BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR--- Hbs.3k SUGAR............... 10 Lbs.98c MA BROWN - BLACK RASPBERRY - APRICOT PRESERVES.. ...IForjt SIMONIZ FLOOR WAX 01. We FROZEN FOODS THRIFT PAC ICE CREAM 'f> GAL 59c SEAMIST LEMONADE lOc BEEF QUARTERS: We still have Ridiculous Prices on choice Beef Fronts. If you want to save money, stop in today and buy one of these fronts. Cut, wrapped and marked at no extra charge. PRODUCE DEPT NO. 1 RED Potatoes 10 - 39c LARGE STALK FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 5 "-" 98c CELERY 19c 1 LB. CELLO CARROTS lOc ••• ' * r . *.*' REACHES .IT THE LOW PRICES EVERYDAY

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