The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1946
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, JUNE 25,1946 , 165 Cases of Eggs Scrambled As Lakota Trucker Hits Ditch Lflkota: Bill Meyers, trucker, while on his way to Mason City, Thursday morning, with 165 cases of eggs from the Heetlarid Produce Co. had • an accident when he took to the ditch rather than hit a car when he passed a truck. ; The truck was overturned on its side and egg cases filled the ditch. About half of the eggs were salvaged. Bill wa*i badly cut about the fate and head, also suffered bad bruises. Home From Hospital Mrs. Wayne Koppen and baby were brought home from the Buffalo Center hospital last week Tuesday. Mrs. Otto K6p- .pen and Katherine Becker are now caring for mother and 'baibyi Joint Birihday Party ,|-, k* ,, Diane Anderson of MarikatO, i' Minn., visited Diana Schroede'ri ! here for about two weeks and on •if -—•• • June 1& •'. they .celebrated ,nt a joint- Wirthday. party, Diana's birthday being,June' 19 anil Diarte's June 21,'.both.; being 12 years <J|cL . Gufests were: £ Mrs. Don Stickler and three sons of Elrnore, Mrs. Durward Mittag and two childreh, Joseph Anderson; a cousin of Diane and Sharon' Miftag. '• , Thursday Mrs. Fred Schroeder took, the- two-girls to the* bus at Slue Earth and Diana Schroedfer accompanied Diane Anderson home for a three weeks visit at Mankato. Stork Knocks Twice An 8-lb. daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Mayne at the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center Monday,, June 17. She has 'been named Patricia Jean. Mrs. Mayne is the/former Elnora Poppe. * • '• A daughter was also born Sat- Change of Location to new offices over the Iowa State Bank July 1st ; ;•'••''•. . .•'•''' Buchanan Abstract Co. G. S. BUCHANAN Farm Management Alona, Iowa : ' Phobic 224 AldUEN K. BUCHANAN Abstracts of Title urday, June 15, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meyers aUthe Dolmage hospital. She has feeerf named' Betty Katherine and'.weighed 7'-'lbS. The Meyers have one other child, II 1 years old son, Mesdames Ida Smith and Ray- rnond Smith were Mason City visitors Thursday. The Walter Leslies spent last week fishing and vacationing in northern Minnesota. Charles Lewis is visiting a daughter and family, the Merrill Sparks, . at Blue Earth for a month. 'Mrs. W. E. Ley entertained her bridge club last week Tuesday evening. . The city firemen 'and their families enjoyed a picnic at Spirit Lake Sunday, : June 16. They report fishing good. Mrs. Rufus Olthoffi spent sev^ eral days last week visiting .her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyers of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hertzke and family left last week Wednesday for a viiit with Mrs. Hertzke's pai'ehts at.Granada, Minn. , Mrs. Emma Smith spent several days last \yeek visiting at the' Roy Farringtons at Cedar Falls. :She returned last 'week Sunday night. Sunday visitors 1 with Mr. and Mrs. A.' T. Buckes Were Mr-'- and Mrs. 'Byron Holt, Webster, City, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, Christensen of Jewell, la. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz'at- tended the wedding of Grace 1 Roba and Cecil Anderson' at the Lutheran church at Swea City; Sunday evening, June 14. ' Jerry Nurre, Mr. and'•Mrs. Richard Nurre and son and Mrs. Anna Nurre of Bancroft , were Sunday dinner guests of'ihe Geoi Heetlands. Arlis Heetland'' of Des Moines spent the weekend here. • /• Mr. and Mrs. Howard ; Koppen) .ALGONA UPPER ttfig MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. Proved m the WAR PLANES., Nowjteady for your CAR —«*- • • -: ~*«*<8TO MOTOR 01 For /J05KMB0F P^rformonc* This superior lubricant brings new endurance and strength. Fine paraffin base crudes are used for higher heat-resistance, less vaporization loss, high film strength. Patented solvent-processing does not destroy "natural" oiliness. STAMINIZED FOR GREATER ENDURANCE Gives'rcsistance to oxidation, and corrosion... to minimize, sludg- ing and the pitting of metal parts. Money-Back Guarantee. t "*\ v . Ellcnclale, Minn., Mr. and Mfs. Edward Maggc and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Orvillc Koppc'n and Wayne Koppen, Lakota, Viere Father's Day supper guests with the Otto Koppens. J. P. Booner of Nevada, la., came last y/cek Sunday to attend the Fox-Hartwell wedding and will make an indefinite visit here with his daughter and family, the Guy Beemers. Mr. Booher's wife died last spring. , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blome attended a chicken dinner at Cook's Gafe at Algona Sunday, June 16, given to employes of the Algona Rendering Co. by the retiring manager, Mr. Paine, and the new manager, Mr. Farrow. LA FAY OLSON OF BODE IS A BRIDE Bode: The marriage of. Miss LaFay Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin M. Olson of Bode to Robert C. Croker, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Croker of Whiting, la., took place at the Lutheran church in Bode, Sunday, June 16, at 4:30 o'clock. The double ring teremony was performed by ReVi O. B. ; Anderson of Humboldt. The nuptial music was played by Mrs. L. J. Bergum and - preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Leo Kinseth sang. : • > • / ',: The brides sisteri Mrs.'. Atlojne Lindgren, was -. matron of honor. Miss Marion Underberg of Ottosen ap-d Mrs. BettyvSimmons of Whiting were bridesmaids., '' , The bride was preceded,: down the aisle by two little ;/%>wer girls, June Olson of Bode' and Loanna Foley ;of. Bradgate. The groom '' was attended .fey his brother,:Don Crocker. > ; •:;• Following thetceremoriy a deception was held in the- church parlors. Music at the re'ceptio^l was furinshed by Mrs. Donald Aure, friends of the bride, who sang "O Promise Me" and "Always." Mrs. Torkel Aure was dining room hostess. Assisting in the kitchen were Mrs". John Lomen, Mrs. Elmo Barber, Mrs. Elmer Pederson, Mrs. Burton Rood and Mrs. Melvina Bergum, Waitresses were Helen Underberg, Barbara Underberg, Alpha Underberg, Colleen Olson, Roberta Schmidt, Alice Olson, LaVohne Bakken aftd Audrey Hanson. • After a brief trip to Niagara Falls, N. Y., and Akron, O., they expect to be at home to their friends at Whiting, Iowa. Woman's Club Hosiess Mrs. Archie Holland entertained' the Woman's club Tuesday evening, June 11, at her home. A book review entitled "Down the Garden Path," by Beverly Nichols was given by Miss Marie Hegg. Music for the club Was furnished by Mrs. Holland's two daughters, Geraldinc and Joan. The last meeting will be a picnic, time and place to be announced later. Back From Convention Mrs. Borgina Johnson has returned from Minneapolis, where she attended, the Lutheran church convention in session there the week of June 10. Others from here attending the W. M. F. were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Opheim, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rood, Mrs. Maurice Larson and Mrs. Alfred Vaag. Shower For New Bride A post nuptial shower was held in the church parlors for Mrs. Max Ulrich, a recent June bride, Wednesday evening, June 12. Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich are'liv- ing in Dakota City. She received many useful and lovely gifts. Following a musical program, refreshments were served by 'a group of friends of the bride,who is the former Lois Bergum. Birihday Club Meets The Sunnysjde Birthday club, with a membership of 14, met Friday afterHoon, June 14, at the home of Mrs. Berger Dale, whose •birthday ^cc^rred in June. After a social afternoon, delicious refreshments' Were served by Mrs. Dale. , , : Miss Amanda Johnson is a guest at the home of Mrs. George Spongberg in Algona. Roger .Olson has returned to Ames, where he has registered for the summer session at Iowa State college. Roger Opheim will spend his summer vacation on his father's farm. He has been a student at Iowa State college, Ames. Riverdale Rustlers 4-M Club Plan Picnic On July 2 St. Joe: The Riverdale Rustlers 4-H club met at the home of Thelma Bormann, Wednesday afternoon, June 19, with Verena Kayser as assisting hostess. Nine members answered roll call. Verena Kayser and,Kathryn Kirsch were Chosen as demonstration 1 team for the county fair. A club picnic was planned for July 2 at Horseshoe Lake. Helen Becker and Verena Kayser are going to 4-H camp at Clear Lake, June 21-22-23. Helen Becker gave a picture study, "Feeding Her Birds." The next meeting will be held at Verena Kayser's July 17. Tonsils Removed Sheryl, daughter of Mr. and pilal. Leaves After Furlough Sgt. Robert Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, left Satuday for Fort Knox, Ky., after spending a 17-day furlough with relatives and friends. Mildred Faber spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. Nicholas Weydert and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, San Francisco, arrived last Saturday to visit with Mr. Becker's mother Mrs. Ida Becker. Mr. and .Mrs. George Bormann, Mary Evelyn and George Jr., and Betty Jane Borman left Friday, to spend the week-end with relatives at Dell Rapids, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frideres, St. Joe, and Mr. arid Mrs. Alfred Bormann attended the wedding dance of a friend, Pete Gartner, at Mapleton, Minn., Thursday night. Mrs. Harold Reding, had her _ tonsils removed Monday, June WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS .PAGE Fenton Truck Afire Fenton: The fire department -was called to Amos Finhestatfs Saturday. His .truck caught fire, but was soon extinguished by the fife department. 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