The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1948 · Page 7
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'•,' THIRD SECTION f NewSweaJHy Supf. Expected n About July 15 S , h. Superintendent- Lloyd, J.; Dresser and family . are expected la move fnto 'the residence owned by the school district about July 15, coming here from Melvin, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schulef have moved to Forest City where he will assume his new position as superintendent of schools there. Has Major Surgery Mrs, Clyde Bo.wbfs, wife of the recently resigned pastor of the Full Gdspel mission here, under- Went major, surgery at- a Des MOmes hospital on June 25. , For n timo her condition was grave, but she is reported on the way to recovery. The Rev., Bower's is employed at the Alffs-.Chalmers plant in DCS Moines prior to 'being assigned Ufa, new pastorate. Paronls Of Soft ' > Mr. and Mrs* Clyde. Mewclt became parents of, a fl.Vfi pound boy on July 3. The .mother and baby are at an Algeria hospital. Opens Plumbing Shop Formal opening, of the newly located Gcorgb K. Nols6n plumbing shop is set for July 10. Mr. Nelson, in business 1 here for 28 .years, recently bought fh*j Fred Seylaf harness shop and has remodeled' it for display room'- Souvenirs will - be <j given to all Who dali at the shop on/Saluiv day, July 10. Breaches Trial Scfrrton Rev. Pulton, De"s 'Mblnes, preached a trial sermSft'at the Full Gospel mission oh July 4, The /congregation isjJ&eklrig a pastor to replace the Rev.^Clyde Bowers, who resigned last month. Pete Kpckler and His daughter and sdn^n-law, Mr., fln'd Mrs. John Hess, all of St. Cloud, iMhin., •fisited Sunday and Mdftftay with the John Karstens, Jake kock- lers and Sylvester Kocklefs. Mrs. Karsten and Jake and Pete Rockier are brothers and sister. Mt& George Francis-attd-baby Of Mason City are visltift'g at the parental Henry Kollasch home. Mrs. Francis, formerly Belores Kollasch, was employed in the Swea City State bank before her marriage. v Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rystad and son Robert and Bob "Anderson spent July 4 at Arnolds 'Park, where they were met : by Mrs. Rystad's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reed, and the ladies' father Ole Hesla, all of Rembrandt. The Rystad group returned with the Reeds toTlcnv brandt where they spent Sunday night and Monday. Billy Karsten left Saturday for a few days stay at Okoboji'as a part of his vacation. Mrs. Arch Burger and Mrs. Hollis Beadle of Swea City are among the relatives triply, bereaved by the death of' three brothers-in-law, H. J. Phillips of Algona, Alfred Opheim Of Sexton, and Lloyd Steven of Mapleton, Minn., in a Fourth of July auto crash near Vernon Center. Minn. Mr., and Mrs. O. W. •Blomstcr returned Saturday from a -vaca- •** * T CLOSED « July 17th t« 25th JULY 13,1948 * « I'd like to • i ^ demonstrate this tractor on > t- • your farm AM, a I'll bring a Ford Tractor out to your place, without'anj^ Obligation. I'll bring along one or two of those goo'd't 'Dearborn Implements, specially made for the Ford' fractor, I'll put this Ford Tractor through its f pAces,' then let you take the .wheel. » You'll find out how easily Ford Hydraulic Touch'' Control lifts and lowers implements and controls their depth. I'll run the plow into an obstruction and prove there's no damage, You oan hold your watch while 1 demonstrate TriplO'Quick Attaching of implements. i'U show you why new Ford steering and brakes are the best,, Then you'll know why Ford production is up to'400 tractors a day. keave, it to Ford! Whatever tractor -yrfu , own, you owp yojuscU this Ford Tractor demonstration. When can J make it? Meet Your NEW NEIGHBOR! „ ,•,. Stud'O Pholo .The Wilbtir Reihders family arc new residents of Algona.. They came here from Denver, which had been their home for eight years. This spring Ihoy bought a home at 315 W, Call street. Mr. Reinders is a Swift it Co. salesman and his territory is so arranged that he can be at home niohis. Both Mr. and Mrs. Reinders are natives of Oranno City, both were bom on farms, and both had their high school training there, Soon after completing high school in 1939 they Were married. Mrs. Reinders is the former Dorothy Haarsma. Pictured wifh the paients are the children Judy Joy, Barbara, and Rose Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Reinders are members of Ihe Presbyterian church. They said they found Algona a friendly, neighborly place to live, and have enjoyed coniasls with people they have met. ' ' .. • ' Final Rites Held For John Bosnia, bkota Veteran Lakoia—The body of John Edward Bosma, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Bosma Sr., arrived Thurs- dav and funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon. The American Legion post had charge of, the service and burial was in Maple Hill cemetery. Race Horse A Wiflrter • Russell French, t;ie race horse owned by H. D. Mussman and Ahrend Hans, Lakota,. raced at Cannon Falls, Minn., July 4th and won first place in all three heats. He was taken by truck 175 miles to Blue Earth and won third place in two heats on July 5th. tend the furieM of William McFarlane, a ffierid of many years, who passed away Saturday, July 3rd at the hospital in Forest City after a heart attack a week previous. Services were held in the Hanson funeral home and burial was in Mason City. His widow and one brother Bob McFarlane, Minneapolis, survive. The Methodist W. S. C. S. met at the home of Mrs. Edd Haage. 7 miles northeast ot town last week Wednesday afternoon and the new minister, the Rev. Ulland. was present for his first meeting with the group. Mrs. Harry Mussman had charge of devotion and the- lesson. Mrs. Art Lester accompanied her daughter. Mrs. George Adams home to Waterloo and is visiting Visitor From Canada Edd Gutknccht came from La- Pcrle, Sask., Canada, early last week and brought two young men with him and they arc building a double corn crib on Edd's farm southwest of town. Mrs. Lottie Isenbergcr, Burl, visited friends here last week Wednesday and Thursday. At the annual nine) ion of offir- TS. tho Legion Auxiliary named ktrs. Fred Rchrocder, president: vlrs. John Hectland, vice prcsi- Ai Friend's Funeral W. E. Gutknecht drove to Forest City last week Tuesday taking Mrs. J. II. Warburton there to at- lion in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Rlrs. Wm. Chrifetcnscn ancl $on Billy returned Monday from a week's stay with the Christen- scn's daughter Mrs, Ingmar Hau- «^h and family at Isle, Minn,, on Mille Lacs. ' . .-.' .Mr. .and. 'Mrs., Dean Cord'es of Mt. Pleasant, who are on their honeymoon trip, are visiting in the Gilbert 'and Jack Cordes and H. W. Papenfuhs homes this week. Mrs.' Papenfuhs is an aunt and the two Mr. Cordeses are uncles of Dean Cordes. : Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brodc'-^on of Pocahontas, parents of Mrs. Gilbert Cordes, are visiting at the Cordes home' this week. . . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerman. Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman and daughter Mary Lou drove to Rochester, Minn'., last Thursday to consult doctors at the clinic.: Mrs. Hantelman and ; Mary Lou came home on Saturday and with Mr. Hantelman ' they returned on Tuesday morning, where Mary Lou finished going through the clinicl They came home Wednesday. ' Mungerlmp "•. Th* ReV.-and^ Mrs-iS,, ll t mam* meivand family, will, spend July 11 'to 14 visitina, 'fdfhler parishioners in their 'old home at Westby. Wist Returning with them on Wednesday will be a Mrs. Hatig- rud, ; who will ; rernam here for the rest of the ..•.•siinuner caring for the Hammer., children while the Rev. and Mrs. Hammer 'are. on a trip to their .inative country, Norway. The Harhmers plan to sail on the Queen 'Elizabeth about July, 25. ' ^ : ;>; • Guests at the <Gothart Sahft- ner' home on .Wednesday were Mr. Sanftner's nieces Mrs. Frank Schneider arjd Mrg'. ; -Martin Wabba: of: Cylinder, .and the latter's, husband and Mrs.", Schneider's son .Francis. .;'.''. .. Norma Skoygard, Mason City, who teaches in; tho Swea City schools, is spending the summer as a' cptmscllof ;at Camp .Norge. a Bible camp for.'undcr-privilcged children in Brooklyn, N. Y. The Swea City. Boy Scout troop returned home. July 10 fmm a weeks' camping trip at Minne- waukon state park, Spirit Lake. Included in thq group yrcrc Scoutmaster , £Qrd9n Thompson. assistant leader 'Donald Nelson. Paul Tweeten, Henry Hammer, Dennis -Loofi; - John Erickson. Ralph Mortensen. Gene Thompson, Clair Uhr oncl Billy Smith. John Mogcnscri. spn of Mr. arid Mrs. George Mogenacn, former Swea Cityans now living in Bancroft. and Ruth Blfaine Berhow. daugiUer of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Berhow of Ledyard, ' were married by Justice 'of the Peace Delia Welter in Algona on July 1- Th highly touted Wallintjford softball team will , meet Swce City here on Friday night, July 16. • . . ' • Joyce Leland returned to^ Minneapolis with, her sister Mrs, Vernon Nass and baby who had -been 'here visiting Mrs. Elfrieda Leland. Joyce will remain in Minneapolis for a, month. Shirley Treaj; aqcompanied the Ervin LinHl4P, 4j})U»g er .. Minn.. last week and wfll 'remain with hec parents there ftt their cottage on Sylvan kake, ,*^j Mrs, Karnft - Pearson, who makes her home With her daughter Mrs. Anns ; Anctefson, fell Monday and ..fpPtwred her shoulder. •¥ »»'.«.., ,. Mrs. Anna MuCinffith has rer twpned from ^-v)mt with her grandson Keith, and. family m Los Angeles., A guest »t her home this week is her. niece,. Mrs. Sadie tsQU ol, Qardp City; , H. Walker ,hi returned from a visit at Ids $6,795 Property : --' Damage in April , The month of April saw 25 reported automobile accidents in Kossuth county, according to fig-- ures just released by the Iowa Department of Public Safety. •; There were CO persons, drivers and owners, involved in the accidents, and total property damage was estimated at $0,795. Kossuth county is in dirtsirtct No. 7. ;. Webster county had the largest property damage total in the'ares'. With $50,465. Legion Ballroom BANCROFT FRIDAY, JULY 16 MICKEY BRIDE The Litllo Man With The Big Bend TUESDAY, JULY 20 "SPIKE" HASKELL FRIDAY, JULY 23 LYNN KERNS A Clew ... -. To those who want' better Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service READ THIS You'll nood more than one magnifying glass ) to find any flaws in 'our expert handling of your prize;! garments. In no matter what kind of shape you send your clothes to us, they will return fresh and sparkling. •Get your wardrobe in spic and span condition fo{ the vacation days ahead. Look your best-feel^your best-try us—we guarantee \ satisfaction always. • tn Addition To Our Regular Dry Cleaning— We Clean Draperies, Slip-Covers, Rugs—Even Silk Lamp Shades. We Can Give You " ]00% Moth Proofing Algona Laundry Dry Cleaners & Furriers dent; Mrs. Durward' Mlttag, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Will Kienitz, chaplain; Mrs. Earl Paulson, historian; Mrs. George Ennen. sergcant-at-arms and Mrs. Robert Rippentrip, assistant. Installation was held Monday evening at the meeting at the home of Mrs. Larry Stafford. Wilbur Wirljes sold his truck last week to Donald Greenfield at Kcister, Minn. S. F. Bruchhalir.cn, local drav- man. underwent an appendicitis operation at the Blue Earth hospital Saturday. July 3, and is recovering nicely. The Lauren Thompsons have been helping care for Mr. Thompson's father, who is ill at his home at Thompson and last week Tuesday morning received word that his mother had"injured her hand in an electric fan. Ruth Thompson accompanied her parents there that morning nnd is helping care for her RrandoamnK Job Printing with fast service and fa-r prides at the Algona Newspapers, phone 1000 Ex-Sexton Girl •';« To Hospital Herman Wise, of RcttWick» !i^p mcr Sexton' merchant. brolJi " his family to Sexton Stind «'hile he went on to MflDlctvn, Minn., to bring home the chilrftert ., of his sister Nell, whose hit8bSn"d w ;, Alfred Opheim died af(er fl<J(!U " dent injuries. When Mr. Wise rC» turnod ho found his yotifigesi. '• daughter Ruth, 7, running a tem»* 4 nerature ot 105', so he and Mrs, , Wise took her immediatelv t6 th6 ., Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Wednesday afternoon the temperature had been reduced slightly, but a diagnosis had not yot been arrived at. m Nealys On trip Purt—Mr. and Mrs. R. i. Ncaly nnd their nieces have gone to Lincoln, Neb., for a yisit with relatives. They will also visit oth6r\ points. Mitchell's D-X Gas Station and Chemical Sales o w O pen ...... ... .. . ^fr ft _ v , Diagonal Street Corner Just South Milwaukee Depot, * . ' • • • - * Around the Corner ~ from Anywhere •<$

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