The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1946 · Page 9
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JULV 30, 1946, Hurt Near Ledyard; Car, Truck In Collision RpUWER'FAMILY ADLY SHAKEN IN ISHAPJULY24 Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. ^Richard ouwer «nd Judy were in a car lidcnt -Wednesday, when their • and a gravel truck collided at j Y. south and west of town. Mrs. ou'wor received a gash on her ad which required 4 stitches to se the wound also she was badly ufeed and shaken up and is suf- lirg from shock. , Judy, their 10 months old daugh- e.r, ieceived only minor bruises irid Mr. Bpuwer wa$ uninjured. i Their car; -w'as f>adly iwrecjicd tid the rear,of th.d .gravel trnick Ns'smaihed.:,' Mrs. Brfouwer'find fugy ;Werrc taken ittto the'-hospital h rSwea City to be cared; for be-, Jor-e'/ljeing,brought home;;! • •The Broiiwers' ate moving soon Iff Cylinder where toe; Is itp betsu- jcrintendelht next, year 'and'were |n .thqfr way over there. ; ', poetess to .<5. -IE.' Bi ^CliibT^ ?' r Oh; Tuesday• IfteAiopnVjfhg C. E; I. ;,club met at the ihome of Mrs. 5earge Jaqobsen to celebrate: Mrs. Scnry'Hardt's' birthday. Mrs. Aug- ist"Sprank,'Mrs.'Charles feashark md 'Mrs. Albert Barnes .were as- iisting hostsesses. The afternoon (fas'- spent socially and a': lovely uhch was served by th,e hostesses. frsV. Darnell Hostess— .Mrs. Fred Darnell entertained i; ladles Wednesday afternoon,at Stanley hostess party. A demon- .ration of Stanley products was :yen and lunch was served by the ostess. Mr. 'and Mrs. Henry Frey re- iirtied home Monday after a two tffieks vacation spent at Pine Riv- LIVESTOCK is iriyoiveH in one-fourth of all fatal farm accidents. ObesrVe> the'rules and Save lives. [The bull, shown above, is tied up a manner that/is going to keep him-under control. (Cut courtesy Wallaces' .Farmer). , '• •, .' '•' '••_. '•/ '•• •Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch drove ^Minneapolis Sunday after Patty d.'who had been Visiting relatives iere for several weeks. edVCross .Meeting— There will' r be a Red Cross meet- igyat the town hall next Friday 'ternoon, August 2 at 2 o'clock, 'box of sewing has. been receiv- i^'and will be worked on and anded out. Also there will be a ijsiiiess meeting. These garments re- still badly needed so,please>me-out and help finish them. istella Frey. .and Delores Koest' >£ who are working |n Mason City >ent last week end at their homes. ''Mr. and'Mrs. Wm.' Wenzel of wea City visited last Sunday at cr. mother's Mrs. Harriet Sprank. •*Mrs. Harriett Sprank went to wca City Friday to visit over the redk end at the home .of her aughtcr Mrs. \Vnv Wenzel. \Mr3- Edward Cass entertained i&Lakota Women's Society of I'lftitsttan Service at her ihpme on /c'andsday. About 16 ladies at!.Mrs. Carl and Mrs. Glenn Burow^s and children; visited Mrs. >lCfln' BuiTOWs' parents "Mr. and irs;"E. L. Andersoh in.Swea. City (st'Monday. V : •,-' T'Mr. ;a'nd Mrs. Ralph Sehroeder tent to Algona Wednesday aflgr "aren who had been visiting her randparents Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ihler since Sunday- Mr, and Mrs. George Thompson nd" two granddaughters Jeanne nd Carolyn arrived home Mon- aV from Sioux City. The girls rill visit here a month. Mrs. !Margai : et -Pilmer and chil- Iren left last week for their home n ; Sumnef after visiting, for 10 ays at the home of her mother Ars. Tom -bynch and her brother " Lynch. , . . .. . ARE 1 HO$TS AT REUNION WITll 41 PRESENT Lakota: A family reunion and picnic i dinner was held Sunday July 2i at the Rollie Steele home, west of, Lakpta, honoring the following-visitors: Mrs. R. J. Baker, Madison, Mrs. Otto Kempp and Mrs. Ben Hander and son Donald of'Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mrs. Herman Johns and son Dennis of Sioux City, la. Others attending ''were: Mr. and Mrs. George Steinberg and family of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. George Baumann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rippentrop .and two • daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Laurent Thompson and family and Raymond, Robert and Rollie Steel Jr., all of Lakota. Mrs. Baker, who is 89 years old, is Mrs. Steele's mother and has 41 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.. -Mrs. Kempp is a sister "and Mesdames Hander and Johns are nieces. Forty-one attended the reunion. ;; Ukena Family, Activities* > ' -Mr. and'Mrs, J. E.'Ukena and Mrs- Ida Ukeria drove to Colo, la., Sunday, July 21, and spent the day with Dr. Maynard uk&na; and family. Dorothy Ukena, who had been visiting her uncle in; Colo the past week, accompanied; her parents home. John Sefinga, Jerico* Mo M visited his sister Mrs. Ida Ukena hero, July 17. He was onroute to Parker, S.. D., to help his sister? ana.- hdsband, Mr, and Mrs. Harry 'Barth in the harvest, field. . Mr. i and 'Mrs. Ole Flom, Anna and Ethel visited his brother Knut Flom at .Waterville, Minn., several days lately. ".!'.'' The new paint job 'has >been done by the K & H outfit at 6 other towns. Titonka also has bulk tank sand there are "TO'oil trucks over this territory. Olaf Funnemark, Mrs, Nels .M. Johnson and Mrs. Esther Skow returned home over the July 21st weekend from a 10 days trip* to Duluth; Superior and with Mrs. Skew's brother Albert Johnson, at j Grantsburg, Wis, , i Visitors From Maine ' , ' Mrs. Mary Anning, Elmore, Minn., and her daughter; Mrs. Harold Flagg of Pprtland, Me., spent last week Tuesday visiting at the Harry Mussrnan home. At Ledyard Meeting ' Three carloads of women' went to Ledyard last week Wednesday afternoon to attend the -.Lakota W. S. C. S. with Mrs. E. '3. Cass as hostess. Mrs. Oryille Koppen had charge of devotions and the lesson on The Cross • Over : England and the Rev. Cass played the piano and Mrs. Cass the viva- harp as accompaniment for the songs and they 'also. played a duet. ' ; .ALGONA family 1 attended a family party honoring Pfc. and Mrs. Harlah Logeman at the Ray Eatles neat Ledyard last week Sunday even' ing. The Lbgernans have just fej turned from Baltimore, Md., aha Harlan will go overseas at the end of his furlough, Mrs. Logeman is the former Velda EStler Ruth Johnson of Jefferson 5s visiting her cousin Mrs. Herman Jutting for a week. . . . Mr, and Mrs. Ray Becker and son were last Week. Sunday visitors at the Laveriif Edwards home near Swea City. • Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sanders of Long Beach, Calif., were visitors with the Clyde Sanders last week Wednesday evening. Dr. and Mrs. R..L. Williams arrived home last week Saturday evening from a month's vacation spent in Canada. They report a very enjoyable trip. Mrs. Will Schroder and three daughters Margaret, Lola, and Dorothy and Francis Sehroeder were Fort Dodge shoppers r week ago Thursday. Recent visitors' at the F. G Torinej were: Mr. and Mrs. Al fred Jorgenson and little rlaugh tcr of Lone Rock and Mrs. Leon Cartwright of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith Si- returned last week Wednesdaj from Rochester, Minn., wher Roland underwent treatment and observation in a final check up at the hospital there. V . Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Findlay .0 Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. L D. Goodyear of Anaheim,: .Qalif were recent visitors with''' Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bargar. Mr. Find lay is the foster b'rother^of Mrs Bargar. ";.' .". '!'Mr. and Mrs. Harold :Ge.erde of St. Louis, Mo., visited: ,l? s week with Harold's parent^ 'Mi and Mrs. Henry Geerdes.'A-ppst nuptial shower, was given''them on. Sunday afternoon and thej received many lovely gifts'.' Mr. and Mrs. F. G. 'Torihi drove to Algona. .last wee! Wednesday, where Mrs. Torim had the lenses in her glasse changed by Doctor Sawyer! Thejl visited at the Clarence Priebt and Roy Adams homes on V the way home.. Visit, Picnic at Groito Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulson, Mrs. Anna Paulson and their guests Norma Hanson and ; Harry Paulson of Omaha went to : West Bend last week Sunday to see the Grotto arid have ~a picnic dinner. - ' -..•.. A Family Party ._ • . . The Emory -Smiths, ,Henry Mitchells and Raymond Winter No Restriction FURNACES Somt Models Available Now famlHet will b< enjoyini «•• that new pre-war quality Green Colonial Furnace they've been waiting for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? If not, do it quickly; the demand U heavier than the Immediate lupply — but you'll always . be glad you waited for a Green Colonial Furnace. See . us today. "• • :'. • :Whether you prefei coal, oil or gat there'* a ipeclally deiigned Green Colonial Furnace t* Imurt your comfort. COAL laing & Muckey Phone 464 Algona. Iowa N. Dodge St. N 0 W! .ALGONA IOWA . 1.000-Called After A Want Ad Mrs. T. W. Jones of Wesley writes to tell us the following: "I put an ad In your paper last Tuesday for a car for sale. I said to put It In two Issues i . . niy car was sold by last Tuesday evening, and please don't put the ad In this week's paper, as I Had about 1,000 more answers and I don't want that to happen again." We'll take the ad out, Mrs. .Tones, and we're glad to know you really "got results" from your Alffona Upper Des Moincs classified ad. Anna Marie Mitchell of Fenton Bertha Solberg of Ringsted and Lillian Kvamsdale of Swea City visited Wednesday afternoon at the D. B. Mayer, hohie. All three girls are former teachers here HAROLD OSBORN OF SENECA WEDS Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and family drove to Brownsdale, Minn., Wednesday evening to be present at the marriage of their son Harold to Glenise Wendt of Mason City. The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. Taylor at Jhev Baptist church in Brownsdale; The bride was attended by her mother Mrs. Ivan Wendt and the groom by 'his brother, Lloyd. Immediately following the ceremony the bridal party drove to Austin, Minn., where the group enjoyed an informal reception at a tea-rootn there. Following a two weeks vacation on Lake Superior the young couple will be at home at Mason WHI*L\-— ,. 1 A«ierica's biggesfnvestock fair —over i,000 of the nation's finest horses, cattle, ^shtep and swine! Agricultural show , —prize grains and'produce. Farm* 'machinery—40 acres of exhibits. 4-F Club Show. F.F.A. swine show.) Women's exposition—needlework, cookery. Flower, , Garden Show. Fish and Game Exhibition. . ' A L r . pu 1 ne o? how - /.^tSawrsa- Big War Show. j£ ,*=vit«ta~ s . 1 M"«L 2 ! u .* l !'l*! fbnc ttttraxm*—Au«. 24. 27. 28. HAFnus Md n*»nine rlcet on Amiric«'« fMteit h«lf-mil« track. ' Rough • and • tumble ' Rodw—Wild VtH ' I idcrft And ropers bron< • butting, bullJoKRinf.elc. Uim'tmlsslhll , tic double at- crxtiml OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good stock on hand, getting larger every day. Fill your needs at The M- gona Upper Des Mbines office. ! The WAR Is Over having necessary and needed repairs made now — we give expert, quick service . Let Us Repair Your Farm Machinery Now! .NORMAN Machine & Faim Equipment SHOP__ We'll Call for Your Broken Parts or Come to Your Place and Make Repairs. Phone G. R. Norman Inow t/- - . , H Pa*t»'Made and Repaired 0 Oxy and Acetylene Welding 0 Portable Electric Welding (All Work Guaranteed) LOCATION: c Block South Milwaukee Depot Next to Cargill Feed Store 1211 miMi! sA. iMWt «.«•• fibre *ttH Aimrlc '— BlggjMl '^ev^rt-- iCenten- ijiftl',-,.. riighU-j AUG.? 3-30 IN Mammoth Centennial Shew, including: • Planter Roomt. • Style Show . • PiMeer Form* ~ ' • Early 'farm-Machinery' ,• Pageant of ->» Transportation /Eight nights j'of unforgettable 'fun and frolic! Stupendous musical extravaganza, famous stars, £ gcoUs girls, beautiful music, dozens of acts! Aug. 23-30, Fifty 'famous driven ; j —• racing (orbie- : purses and A. A. A. Dili Track honors t in Midwest'* •,greatest r»e« 5k >'' A daasfc Hcry .atttrnean ond nignf —• 25'le.JOllonol acOt IOWA'S BIGGEST VACATION VALUE! WWW.W.VWVftrV^ i ', •'.•'" \ ,t' ' ?-:•• "S Upper Des Mpiheij Want Ads Brihg Results, j WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS , -'?%- : ,-il • '..'C^ ^'^i-^'^^^-kv"''^.^ i :\- ; ^-^' ; ^^^ , -V?;' : *-' ' ' - V-. '";. - .'-.^'.':-, 1 :;?.•'"'' '^:":i : -. - i; ;-\ L ' '•-'••• Construction Have Arrived At F. S. NORTON & SON More cars of Coal, Construction Materials and Farm Needs .v have been unloaded on the tracks at the Norton siding^. ^j^' Here is. the news of what we have for you now ... some "/ ""'"~ '~""" items that have not been available in any quantity before. Come in and see us now—or phone your needs if more '•' convenient. We fill country orders that are phoned in, just as we do city orders. 229 Now for Your Easteiii Kentucky v CowUry an4 jpity Orders Filled Now! ' A SHIPMENT OF OVER 1,000 FEET OF PLYWOOD IUST RECEIVED! i/ 2 ", %", %" THICKNESSES CALL AND SEE IT NOW! READY WITH NEW SHIPMENTS OF LUMBER ITEMS We Have 3,000 Ready for You in Our Yard We Have a Carload I' 7 Boards RandqiW Widths and Lengths •'t? tifl •s!'S Hog Feeders Being Built S •^ffs^ r fA-!ff^;sfKi^Kf^i,^^l^v^f"!^g^ji^'^

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