The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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V l> r ' 2-Algona (l Thurtdoy, DM Moln«r, -•• •-') r. -.>f •;': Joseph Fox of Bancroft Is Struck By Car Bancroft — Joseph Fox, a pat- Sent at > an Estiherville hospital after receiving a fractufcd shou* Ider and badly bruised hip when he was stru'ck by a car near La- &ota Friday afternoon. He was employed by the Booth Olson construction "Comirfffiy and hrt by it cfir &riv%i "by a nfeme "was fibt learned. Man Sferiously 111 Mr and 'Mrs Joseph Kemna and Mr anS Mfs Laurence Kemna,' John Kcmria and Mrs Gordon Oudding, Mrs Gordon iDelpefdong, Joann Kemna were called to Des Moines Sunday by the serious Illness of their father, John Kemna, a patient at Veterans hospital. Injuries Eye KonneCh Bergman was injured Wednesday while mowing hay. Something flew Up, hitting his '^ye ball. A year ago Kenny was hit in ,the same eye while wind ftuwlng" to&ts. < fie wa's 'taken 'to the office of Dr. Egah. 3 Nurse Graduates Betty Cogley, Betty Heldorfer Patricia Hatten were three Bancroft >girls who graduated from jVtercy ^School of Nursing at Fort,'Dodge Saturday. All three eh'teTed nursing at St. Joseph's" School of Nursing, Sioux City, in the fall of 1956. Attending from here were the Tom Cogley 'family, Ei-vm Heldorfer family arid Leonard Hatten familv. • Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman and family were at Emmetsburg ^Sunday where they attended the 'Hughes family reunion and visited at the Ed Bredocroft home. Alice Mehke v and Donna Bergman were guests Friday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Win. Bormann at St. Joe. • Mr and Mrs Hugh Connelly and family from'Wyoming came for a visit With Mrs Bess Connelly and the McGuire families. Hugh is a. former resident here anc Ithis was his first visit in 35 years Mr and Mrs Robert Vaske are 'parents of a daughter born Saturday at St. Ann hospital, Al- o , , Donna, iKdnny/'Jnd, Meredith lBei*gman '"en'tertained ' s e v e r a guests at, a'picnic^ Sunday eve ning.' 'Out'of town guests were Madonna Frideres, Algona, Jac-. queline , Lynch, Ledyard, Lelahd: ,Derner, Whittemore, Marvin iBecker, here for the weekend from Williams, Duane Dennis, tDavid McCleish, Kay Mt-neke, Arliss Dorr and Patricia Dolan, •Bancroft. maHori^tucki Fenton Winner Fenton -^- Marion Stuck! wa« the vvinner^ last Friday ..'.-evening in the -community drawirigjheld at Fenton. He has his choice of several different award$. lino drawings are 'rha^de cac^hjFriday evening at 9 p.m. Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod spent >a -recent weekend ^jsitini ^heir -'son, -Jtihn iBiglcVj ; who is doing surveying afOlfUtt Ail Base in Omaha. Neb. Duane Widdel, who was recently hospitalized at Estherville, is now home and on the job. Mr and Mrs Les "Weisbrod re qently returned from 'a week's vacation sperit in Minnesota at a lake west of Fergus Falls. The> -also caught 'all the 'fish the> •wanted to eat. 'Gilbert : Scribner, Jr.. office .manager of the Fenton Lumber Co.,%vas'on his vacation last week with'his family. Mr and Mrs Gil- Tjert-Scribner Sr. aj-c planning on .their vacation trip also, and wilLJ 'drive 'through Michigan and to" Mo'nroe, Va. to visit. Local ftfrn Is In 'National Home Contest The Thermogas Co. til Algonni is participating in a national LP 'Gas Sweepstakes through \vhich 'residents of this area will have ,a, chance to Win a new $25,000 ; home. Jijru Milder, manager or the tocal firm, made the announcement this we,ek. Any -pel-son •wishing to enter , the sweepstalies may do so by ' yisiUng ''the local Thermogas of/ ! 'fjce and filling out an official ^pntry blank between now and • Sept. 30. (The ''drawing for the ' ,jjnew 'home will be hdld in mid'• "^Otftober, 'Complete details on tha ' iswe^ps'takes will appear in a l :"-"serip§ eft/ads slated to run in this k , "*h<»«/wnanBr during the next few nateS-City IJ^wf,lfM j , f T"W1 *l"fV»TV» "***fa /PS>1^ 4 ."Bfon^ 'family- 1 i.fy>rfi,! . Minn .-»_ j-t/t. . _. -.—••-. 'f* mtit\tt I D>vva ! in -the v p£^y •illSfae-an- bt^ore • the grandstand, Aug. 3J» dt tjie Iowa State p. SERVING YOU 5AVMG VOU ilCESPOR ifli, 7Hi, 1 liftaiii l& i ill Mi Mill H •i t it i i ijiijliliii I 1 f*£)l OAK STORES Quantity Reserved ii iii i! /. ' ^W^|^ * WE GIVE KING KORN STAMfS WITH EVERY PURCHASED 100 KING KORN STAMPS T.'J COUPON AND THE PURCHASE OF DPI TCIfll I F TURKEY ' GOV'T INSP GRADE"A" DCLIdWIbLb FROM YOUR NATIONAL FOOD STORE PACK' TENDED YOUNG TURKEYS, 4 to 8 LBS. PER LB. 43 c E ss coupon EXPIRES SAT., AUO. eth- BPS 4'->t, .,- ROYAL-OAK, BRIQUETTE IO-LB.BA&- TREAT NEAPOLITi HALF GAL. MORRELL'S CANNED 3 Lb. Net Can i«il*![i(<? 1 1 PBK18. 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