The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 10
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P & MfigJ 1 /. P«. Mftl.rtfei Newbrough, Of Lone Rock, Has 2 Operations Lone Rock—L. A. Newbrough took his father A. D. Newbrough to tho Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge last Wednesday, where the latter had an operation for gallstones and appendicitis on Thursday morning. At this writing he is recovering rapidly. Mrs. A. D. N-whrough, L. A.,' John Newbrough. Mrs. Clifford Mueller, and Mrs. Edvv. Blanchard spent Thursday with him, and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller, visit- M\ him Friday. School Concert Given The school music department, under direction- of Miss Patricia Meyer, gave a concert Monday evening, March 22. at the gymnasium. Numbers wore given by the band, the girls' glee club, : a mixed chorus, and small groups, and there were solos. ; March 30, 1948 a birthday supper Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Harolc Angus. Palieni at Fort Dodge Mrs. Sam McCleish and A. H. Hutchinson recently took Mrs. Hutchinson to a hospital at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday for a two weeks check-up. Mrs. Frank Meyer, Mr. Hutchinson. Mrs. Harlan Marlow, and Mrs. Hugh Mai-low visited her Thursday. Surgery Patient Home Delmar Fischer returned last week Tuesday, after going through the clinic and having an operation nt Rochester, where he- spent two weeks. Birthday Surprise Party Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Sr., Mrs Fred Gen'Hch. Mrs. Alex Krueger. Mr.s Jim Long, Mrs. Pauline McQtiire. and Mrs. Frank Flaig surprised Mrs. J. F. Quinn last week Tuesday evening in honor of her. birthday,, and 500 was played during the evening. Mrs. Frank Flaig winning high. Mrs. Alex Krueger, low. Mrs Kueck Brought Home ( Henry Kueck it-it Thursday to go after Mrs. Henry Kueck, who had been at the St. Marv's lios pital, Rochester, after undergoing an operation. They were to re" turn Friday. Melvin Kueck, Det Moines, spent, the weekend at the parental Kueck home. Mrs. Wood Loses Brother Mrs. Andrew Wood's brothei Geo. McGuown died early last week and Mr. and Mrs. Wood are spending .some time in Emmetsburg, whore they attended his funeral Thursday.- Birthday is Honored Mrs. Gerald Angus and Grace Angus entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus and Tony, Hurt, at The A. J. Meyers of Ringstod spent last week Tuesday nigh visiting 'the Frank Meyers. Mrs. Andrew Thornseh spon Wednesday and Thursday visiting at her sister Mrs. G. H. Doty's at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough are at the A. D. Newbrough farm \yhilc Mr, Newbrough is in a hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ackerson and Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, all of V/esley, spent last week Monday evening at the George Long home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pettit and Mrs. Glenn Householder spent last Wednesday visiting Mrs. Dorothy Howe "and son Dennis at Emmetsbura. Dennis,, who was sick, hud just been returned from n hospital. Mr.s. Dale Herzberg, Des Moines, came Friday to visit the parentla John Nwman's, and her husband came Monday. Bobby and David Weber spent last week Tuesday at the Joe Miller home. A. L. Cotton Jr. student at Iowa City, returned to the parental A. L. Cotton Sr. home here Thursday to visit over the Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morgan brought N. L. Cotton home from a visit with his daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Shollito, at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger spent last week Tuesday at Mason City on business, and Krueger attended a Standard Oil family party at the Country club Annex at Algona, Wednesday evening. The Mite society will meet Thursday afternoon. April 1 at the home of Mr.s. Eldon Marlow Mrs. Lem Marlow assisting, and the program will be Bible study Mrs. Lucy Schmidt. August and Nellie spent Friday visiting at the Fred Hansman home at Manson. Nellie left from there to visit her grandmother Mrs Homor Wiilrett at Newton, 111. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel attetnded a birthday party last week Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Louisa Peters at Algona. Margaret Nelson, Waukegan, 111., arrived Friday to spend over Easter with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson, and Ariel Cheiiancl. student at Forest City, came last week Tuesday to spend the Easter vacation nt' the par- •ntal J. T. Chcrland's. Mr. and Mrs. Hooert Ditsworth and David of Ames spent Thursday evening at the Wm. Knoll home. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt spent last week Tuesday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs". Ronald Ortmann at Burt. Mrs. Lillian Worthington left Wednesday to visit her daughter Mrs. Merle J.or.genson's at': Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Ira-Dutton of-'Al- ;'ona spent last week Sunday afternoon visiting the sister and nother Airs. Wallace McArthur md Mrs. Ruth Dutton. Mrs. Dave Weber and Mfs Walter Thompson •• Sp'eht last weak Tuesday at Sort DoQge on btisiness. * Mr. aftd Mrs. Ru&ell: &6ft,tz and Diana of Algona spent Wednesday evening, at the. Warr,ett Thompson home. Mr. ani Mrs Thompson spent We'dhelday at Rochester, visiting - Mrs/ tjenr$r Kueck. r •' t • • „ -' r r r^i : #!Wf*>?*it TOH ' '„ ,' •"'• -'- v •- 4 "" 1 ' • ;;C^ vT^!rr*^T'^'^^^'W- ; ^^WP^f^^ { ' '''"' '"' ':*", ' V 4*,i; "< , r v ,'i'-f'T '•' '^fW^.-^ji ?&SVf ',,»£ 1™ Last Ri Fred Eastman Of Bode, March 23rd Bode — Funeral services were held for Fred Eastman last Tuesday afternoon in the Lutheran church with Rev. V. T. Jordahl officiating. The church was filled to capacity. Special music was jnder the direction of Paul Nas- )y ',T he fl °wers were arranged jy Mrs, Alfred Vaag, Mrs. Axel Cnger, Mrs. Fred Frost and Mrs. Henry Gregerson. Interment was In the Lutheran cemetery. Relatives -who came rom a distance were: Mrs. Grant Besett and daughter Alba, Bar- lesville. Okla,, and Mrs. Henry ischer of Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. Eastman is survived by his vife and two sons Loren of Bode nd Lyle of Edgewood, Iowa, and several nieces and nephews. He was the youngest of a family of seven children. Home From Chicago Mrs. Amanda Aure and Mr and Mrs. T. M. Aure returnbd Tuesday afternodn from Chicago were they attended confirmation services for Phyllis Norma'n. They also attended a show by the famous magician Tarbell, attended radio shows, Breakfast Club and Ladies Be Seated! Hpme For Easier Phyllis Bergc, teacher in the Akron, Iowa, public schools, came home Friday for over Easter, returning Monday morning. A Successful Sale C. Williams of Williams Implement Company, Ed Andersen and .Gordon Olson, auctioneers, staged a farm sale here Wednesday. Sales included furniture, farm machinery, second hand cars, anc seed. Cars were on both side pt the pavement for over a mile The committee report the sale as successful. Mrs. Myles Helmen was in Alma Wednesday helping hei aunt Mrs. Hattie Larson celebrate her 81st birthday. Mrs. Bertha Pederson, Mrs. J. P. Jensen and Mrs. Borgina Johnson were Algona shoppers Wednesday. Injured When a hay-rack' he was towing got caught on a gas pump, Marvin Seel of near Marcus turned around to see what had happened. -His tractor ran into A Concrete post and overturned, pitching Mr. Seel to the pavement. He was rushed to a Sioux City hospital. IN FACTYdU CQM&if t IN tH MON BE 54-Inch Cabinet to Connect /Complete IMMEDIATE A Product of General Motors lowest priced car with GM JlydraMatic Drive* Over the years, Pontiac has consistently proved a leader in bringing finer /ind finer quality to buyers of lower-priced cars. More than a hundred engineering "firsts" have been credited to the Pontiac engineering division. And now conies the crowning achievement in Pontiac's efforts to bring the finest available quality to buyers in the lower-price fields. For the 1948 Pontiac offers, as optional* equipment on all models, the GM Hydra-Matic Drive. Never before has a car priced so low been made available with this phenomenal contribution to driving ease and safety! 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