The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 20, 1946
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PAGE twa FLYING CAN NICKS LUVERNE FARMER IN FREAK MISHAP LuVerne: Albert Oenrich, farmer living east of town, met Uh a slight accident Wednes- l<iy afternoon wh'en a can flew front a tractor he was starting hit him on the head. He was immediately taken to a doctor o--o stitch was required to the wound. > o ! -cles Meet The three Circles of the Methodist W. S. C. S. met Wednesday t noon for their regular monthly meeting. Circle, one met t the park for a picnic with the ^-!•]•- n f the Circle in charge. Circle two met at the country '•rvme of Mrs. Elmer Klbly with '?rs. Adam Zweifel as her assist- •••t hostess. The devotional per' was. led by Mrs. Merlin Cody T! the lesson was given by Mrs. Pny Stone. Circle three met at the home- of Mrs.- Albert Genricli with Mrs. Edith Smith as her assistant hostess, Devotions were led byy M*s; Art Henry and tho lesson w;a^ given-• by- Mrs. Peter Thompson;. Horn* From. Vacation Mr; and Mrs. Ralph Davidson and son- Vernon returned home recently.- after, spending a ten-day vfKvuijp visiting relatives and friend? in Illinois. Leave for California Mrs. Clara S-mkey and son Bert of Algona were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and and Mrs. Raymond Rasmussen, the former Doris San-keyj 86ih Birthday' A birthday dinner was held Sunday in honor of the 86th birthday of Mrs. Emma Voss at her home. Those attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pettigrow of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and family of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Sr.i Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergande and Elizabeth all of LuVerne. Miss Elva Hint/ of Mount Vernon is visiting at the home- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hintz. Miss Marie Patterson of Chicago, 111., is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson. Mrs. Irvin Chapman spent Thursday- in Goldfield vi-iting P.; the home of'tier sisttrs Francos and Martha Kab'ele. The Presbyterian Ladies' Association will meet Wednesday Afternoon in the park, a pot-luck lunch will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thorn and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hjelle left Friday morning for a few days fishing in Minnesota. Mrs. O. S. Lund spent Tuesday in Alrona visiting at the home "f her daughter an'd son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zei trier. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew of Aleona were weekend fniests at the home of her parents Mr ; and Mrs, Ed Pergande. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wagner and f;inr:.\r of Sioux Cit. spent several dnvs visiting at the homo nf her pan Mr. and Mrs. -Fred Hintz. Helen Jean Mosher; returned recently, to- Cedar- Rapids after spending a two weeks vacation at the home of her mother Mrs Gporee Tiede. Fred Tiede arrived home recently after ' spending sevpra) "'peks visiting relatives in Minot and various other places in >T orth Dakota. .ALGONA tPPtlft DES MMUfSs, ALdtWA IOWA Avon Specials! Aug. 19 to Sept. 7 Good News- Lipsticks Are Back! HAND CREAM Regular 5Sc SPECIAL 4SC Mrs. Richard Bradley 318 South Harlan Algona Phone 935-W OR DUPI40ATB Brtt*» OyUinlcr Padlocks in Stock. Wellendorf Auto v Repair On Hi«hway 169 Opposite Stat Algona, {own Mr. and Mrsr ttSrold Nielson and famil^ left recently for Saskatchewan, Can.i where they will visit relatives and also their old. hoVne town. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nybakken of Chicago, 111., were guests the past week at the Guy Giddings, Harold Wolf, Edith Smith and Anna Swager homes. Miss Selma Betynkondoi'f J.'e- turried home Sunday Crom Mount Vernon, where she h;id spent two weeks visiting her cousin Miss Elva Hintz. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson spent Wednesday and Thursday in Mason City visiting at the •home of her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey. Mrs. Joe Bowers and children Sharon, Jimmy and Eugene of Waterloo are visiting ;it the home of her mother Mrs. Anna Goetsch and with other relatives. Miss Betty Ramus left Sunday for Des Moines after spend ing a two weeks vacation at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tlielen and, daughter of LaSalle, 111., were visitors Wednesday at the home of his sister and brotheT- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Too- hoy. Mrs. Emrnott Knary accompanied her nephew and his wife., I Mr. and Mrs. Reasoncr to Austin, Minn., where she will visit at the home of her brother Fivd Olorski. ; Andrew Nielson, William Goetsch, Arlie Goetsch, Edward Behnkendorf and George Kraft returned home Friday morning after spending a week' fishing at , Atkin, Minn. I Sharon Stoil, daughter of Mr. i and Mrs. William Steil of Mason City, spent a few days visiting nt the homo of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wegner and with other relatives. . i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach i and Mr. and Mrs. Merman ; Warmbier returned home recent- I ly after spending several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Bei-ryMH at Mcgregor, Minn. William Blumer of Minneapolis, Minn., and fenry Blumer of Oshkosh, Wis., were visitors for a few clays at the home of their brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer and also looking after their business interests here. Miss Imogene Morlz left Sunday for Des Moines after spending a two weeks vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mertz. Imogene is taking Cadet Nurses Training in the Mercy hospital in DCS Moines. Miss Arlene Warmbior returned to Des Moines'Sunday after spending a two weeks vacation at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warmbier. Ar- Icne is taking Cadet Nurses training in the Mercy hospital in DCS Moines. The Good WIH- clute met "flftjrg day: afternoon at fch'e horiWs of Mrs. Helena^ Stf iplfrtg W>ith->Mv& Elmer Emery and! flfe. fred Lfen?: as hostesses. Hie efitei'* tainment for thei afterttoori' was in charge of Mrs. EmilJ' Guy nnd Mrs. Roy Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Tjeran Merent of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Norom, Terry and Vieki of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs, Jack Calmer and son Randy of -Reriwick were visitors Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund, the occasion being the 16th birthday of Dolores Lund. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Raniils and daughters Norrha, Janice- • and Betty, the latter of iDes Moines, returned home Thursday evening after spending, a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marr and family of near Spirit Lake, and also with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schichtl The 1946 Kossuth County Fair Has Our Support AND IT DESERVES YOURS! Thrill Shows Blue Ribbon Exhibits 4-II Displays 3, BIG DAYS AWAIT YOU AT THE FAIR ALGONA PRODUCE John Drccsman PHONE 9 Fair Wednesday Thursday Friday The Undersigned Algona Firms and Business Men Saflute The 1946 i I We Extend A Welcome.. —and urge the people of Kossuth and adjoining counties ••to attend the Kossuth County Fair this week. The Kossuth County Mutual Insurance Association is art old Kossuth institution, having been established Over 58 Years Ago If there is any service we can render our policyholders during the Fair, we invite you to stop at our office. \ Kossuth County Mutual Insurance Assn. DANA PAXSON, Secretary '•-.•*. \v We Realize Fully the Fundamental Place of Agriculture in-Our Own Locality and the Nation . . .the Kossuth^ Fair ir Dedicated to Agricultural-Improvement and Deserve* Full Support. .. A, W. Amunson, Optometrist Sawyer's-Sfcelgas & Appliances Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners ' " : HIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIM S. & L. Co. Algona Baking Co. Ben Franklin ' Store :• ' • •'•• \ 'Dau Garage & Body Shop Kirk Auto- Co., Kohlhaas Hardware Co. Council' Oak Store Greenberg-Auto Supply Kossuth ' County' Implement Store Ralph Tice, Tanvilac Rercival Motors / . • . H. J. Cowan, Contractor ' Meyer's Cafe Hood's Super Valii Consumers Food Market' i Finn's Bakery Bay's, Jack Sprat Market The MainUjiir Shilts BrownbHt Shoe Store K. P. James, Drugs Security State Bank The Algona Hardware Gamble Store Hoenk Motor Swvice Richardson Furniture Co. Iowa'State Bank W. G. Woodward Co. Algona Greenhouses Sorensen Grocery Co, Sharp's Jewelry Sigsbee Plumbing and Heating- Foster Furniture Co. t Algona Theatre Co. Blossom Insurance Agency Funk & Deim Hawcott'& Ogg Kent' Motor Co. Modern Dry'Cleaners Roscoe's Market O. K, Rubber Welders Bradley Bros,,. Farm Machinery Algona Electric the Hub Clothiers Allen Motor Co. Bjustrom Furniture Co, Pratt Electric Co, Pr, £ C,.s.eanjan, Cbast-to-Coast Store Algona Insurance Agency Algona Fed. Savings & Loan < Christensen Bros.-Co. Zender-s Elk Cleaners Kossuth Motor Coi ' Laing & Miickey. George's Cafe Viking Oil Co. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Taylor Implement Coi Kossuth Oil Co. Brown's Dairy Rising Mill & Elevator Dutch's Super Service Swift & Company .Sportsman's TaVern 1 Botsford Lumber Co, Thompson Distributing Co, Crilly Appliances Algona Kresensky's Cowan Bldg. Supply The Chm<!hUle& Store Graham's Barry's Recreation <V • *i i ! I!

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