The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 7
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ttr SECOND 8ECTIflH JULY 27,1948 *! i , Four Fatalities In Past twelve Months in Area ! >t.i n fa e > fo r t , to brin # nome In dramatic fashion to all faftw Workers the dangers that lie in farming, especially with the hfln- S llft R. £f farm machinery. Na- Wofial Farm Safety Week is again to be dbservdd July 26 to July 31, ,.- The' Department of Agriculture is makta|, a'special effort at' this season, of the yeai» to emphasise the necessity of caution in farm Work. * To bring home the poinl in thig ar»a, a survey of ih* files of The Algona Newspapers chows that four persons lo«t itheir lives In ihe last yiftr because Of. accidents on fairms. ' As a niaUor of fact, there were 10 serious farm accidents in Kos* suth county alone in the last year, four of them proving fatal. And there were many other mi• ...... «_ Accident Season Here* Urge Caution "*' •»•"""''"" H in 1 > I-.U-. ^^—^«.-^.y|i..-.. *=-....!. .t....^-.' | -.. . , , . . ^...j.. . v ... ^ ^ ^ ^^ _»k._ ^ . three New Algona Homes Nearing Completion ~ iiiiiiMniihmiiiiiinii ------- — • - , ..,.,,..^._i-.. fr mm*WW price 'sale! 7 i WHILE A SHORTAGE of homes exists, and ptobably Will continue to exist iirt Algona for some time to come, there is nevertheless .new! Home Construction-gotnjf on' to a fair extent. •;' ""••;, Pictured here aMr. thr*e new homes that are. expected tojie ready foir ocUpfthcy in a comparatively short time. The home at the left is that being erected by Mr. and Mrs. Olerin CHlly, and the home in the middle is being erected by Henry Johannsen J*. The horrid at ihe right is that .being built by Mr. and nor accidents where luck', intervened to perhaps save a life.' -•'' A cheek of the-files shows the following serious accidents., iri. thej last year: '..-• -." ,' '' ' •, • 1—Harry .Curlis, Burt, ijfcdly bruised in a-tractor accident. ' ' 2-^> Herbert Rosenau, Lakota, hurt'by a fall. 3—Hiram Aekerman, Burt, oil truck, explosion brought' serio'Us injuries. ,. ..••-- . 4—Herman Boetlchor, •former ( ORANGE FLOWER J i , t »* . -9 j , - and ' \ reff ,'»*vrtl» J So refreshing! Orajigti Flower Skin Lotion for dry skin . .. [Texture Lolion for normal or ojily''skin. Offer for a limited tjme^only. ^ KosUth farmer, killed-in southern Minnesota farm accident, 5--A mother and two-sons', died from suffocation in a barn, south of St. Joe. .6—.Marion Hyink,.Whittcrhorc, bandlv mangled by a bull; ' . 7.—Wallace. Grubb, ^Algona, arm mangled in feed grinder. 8—Louie Nilhem, Ledyard, lost leg in a earn Dicker. • . 9—Led,. Huskamp, Algonav bad- l.V cut bn both legs in tractor accident. ' , , V 10—Garland Bradley-, Algona. back broken in fall while, loading hay.' ...•,- : '\ '••','.;. .• \" : • " ••• - * ,. * '..* • .;' - •'"':. - Farm leaders point out that all injuries are accidents,'.but that they, hope by emphasising the dangers that await mpn.Working' oh farms—and women; too—that the coming year may see the tbr tal number of, mishaps and fatalities greatly re'duned. Humboldf Planning Humboldt— 'Fans here ning a 16-tedm "ball plan- • •**•{£ v* AW «x«t«»f« wu«* friXMA**«W4A^<AI V for the last week in. August and the first week in S^pt^nibef. There would be two games -each Tuesday, Wednesday,, anil Thursday evening, and 'the.'ftjiir,' top teams would share, a purse, 1 No hired players would b.c.'allowed. Banns At St. oJe . St. Joe—Banns'of marriage were published at, St; Joseph'sY<-b,urc*h .here Sunday- oy the BS.V.'; $6prge Theobald, paijtor.'foi' Mapyy 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Nick Kflein, and Joseph Hyncs, .Bancroft. ''AIN'T THIS ALLEN'S-WHERE YOU THAT GOOD SERVICE?" CA RAG B" BODY NOliES, ¥ One Of Our Specialties Is body shop w»rk. car pointing, antj undersool c«(t%9. If you have fcndfr Menu that look unsightly, let M* to^fi th«m up. If w»w lyive a majpr b«wly repair jeb, w* j»fw experts to do the work. If ygyr sar i$ full of rattta fnd squeaks, tet w« give you an,vnderceal caating-it mnlie». all the differeqfe ia the world, You get friendly, service fliw«y| oyf here, Try w$ en ye«r next \ M 191 film ^., !-, West; Bond will hold }ts annual Harvest, Festival three days next week— Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday; In connection there will: be the usual;, flbWcr show. which has come, to be; -a leading "show in Northwest Iowa. Mrs. J. A.;. Olson, is flowep show chairman.'^ ' ,. ' . ' :>•:',; V > A. E. Peril. Commei'Cial club secretary, Writes that a $100 war bond will be given away each evening. He also • gives the following additional, information: At 2 , p. m. Tuesday Otloscn and .West Bend ., will :play ball. The Gowrie band and b'ji'gle corps will play. in the evening, and a m'ass, band of 100 to igp v pieces is also expected; ' ' Mrs. John Kirk. The Crilly end Johannsen; houses are on South Jones, and the Kirk home is on East • Kennedy. There are a good many other homes also under cg.n- : struclion, but the fact that they are not 'n one given i play and there will be an amateur program. There will be a dance every evening. area, but are scattered throughout the city, keeps the general -public from becoming aware of the actual amount' of building in progress. The three homes pic- 1 tured are all 'n the southeast part of Algona. In recent months the conversion ol many homes into duplex dwellings has helped somewhat to relieve the housing shortage, and more conversions of a similar type are still in progress. , (Algona Newspapers folos.; Paul Hertzkes Building New Lakola—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hertzke have begun the building of a new home in the west part of town just west of Mrs. Bertus' Jansen's. The house will be 26 by 34 feet, a story and half 'high with 5 rooms and bath and a garage attached. The Hertzkes own and ooerate a farm 3 miles cast of Lakota. Leave For Colorado , Fenton and the West Bend Jr. Dennis, Kay and Patricia Mur- mne are scheduled for Wednes- ray left a week ago for Colorado day, and this is expected to be a hot; game. •' The'evfining will be Children's Night, "with' a bubble gum contest and a Mother Goose parade. JSach. child. will gel a balloon. and the West'. Bend senior and junior high school bands will give a' concert: "" Whittemore and Rodman will tapjglq on the 'diamond on the third and' last day, and a real ijcrap is expedted.' In the evenin ly women's Fa. in Bureau picnic at the C. C. Inrnan's near Bancroft last week Monday. The county home; economist, Mrs. Alma Miner, was on her wedding trip and her assistant«Ann Mc- CurL was introduced to the group by the county chairman, Mrs. Fclter. Mrs. C. C. Inman, district chairman, gave an interesting report of her trip to the midwest conference at Minneapolis. Homo From Hospital Mrs. Guy Beemer was brought homo Thursday evening from the Buflalo Center hospital where she went for observation last week Monday. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray had as visitors last week -Mrs. .Sophia Hanson. Mr. arid Mrs. Peter Hanson and Ann Hanson of Forest City. Mrs. Anne Finn and two sons left for their home in Chicago a week ago Saturday after a visit with Mrs. Finn at Oerled. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer of Wilton, Wis., called at the William Baumanft home and on bthei 1 relatives in this vicinity July 16, They are visiting their son Arlio Meyer and family near Ledyard. The Walter Leslies and ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Paulson spent last week Sunday at Ledges state park near Boone. * Mrs. Signc Nflson, Lakota, the Virgil Wells, Blue Earth, Mrs Lyle Dorsey and children of Greenfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Christ and children visited last week Sunday with Mrs. Nelson's son Harry Nelson and family at Charles City. Mrs. Harry 'Rosenau was brought home frbffi a hbigitalTf. Mason City last week .SuftdfiV and is convalescing following major operation two Weeks pi vious. Mr. and Mrs. tJuy fleemcr sftdl- son Billie and Mr..'and Mrs. Bob •# Bcemcr attended n Well 'drillcfS picnic at Twin Lakes last \Vd6k Sunday. Mrs. Ida Ukena's 1 ' btothcr John LcssingCT of Jerisw.SfJrihgs, Mo,, is visiting-her and 6lher relatives. In the middle of the summer is a profitable lime to feed gi*ain to Iwh producinc eows to hold them up in milk flow when pastured begin to slip) extension dairymen at Iowa State College suggest. Hos Minneapolis Job i Leona Christ, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Christ, graduated from Minneapolis Business recently and has accepted a posi- where Dennis and Kav will siend the same year, four weeks at Fort Collins where Dennis will graduate from Colorado A. and M. college. Kay is employed there and Patricia is attending a girls camp,. Camp Shiley at Estes Park for several weeks. secretary-receptionist with the Skelly oil company, Skelgas division, in Minneapolis. Leona graduated from Lakota high school in May 1947 and entered business college in June of " At County Meeting Mesdames Jerry Heetland. J. . . E. Telkamp and O Friets of Led- Brother Succumbs A. T. Buckeis received word last week Sunday of Ihe death of his brother Will Buckeis at Jewell, who had been ill for a long time with a heart ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Buckeis and their son Cliff and ' family attended the funeral last week Tuesday afternoon, returning home the same HAIL INSURANCE Insure Your Corn and Beans Against Hail Loss! PLAY SAFE BLOSSOM INS. AGENCY We Write All Kinds of Insurance Phone 125 > Algona. la. MID-SUMMER FORMAL DANCE at Algona High School Gym Wednesday, July 28th 8:00 p. m. All students of the Algona Schools, public and parochial, who were in high school the past year are invited to attend. •Admission: 50c couple, 35c single. 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