The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1946 · Page 15
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.ALGONA As Materials Become Available, to Assist You kiwrov«meirt Ptan ™ " • • ' « for Moulginization Investigate 'Ms' Plan Nb\* If You Contemplate Elding dr DBS MOJNES, AlCONA IOWA. Algona Youth In Cycle Crash; 2 Are Injured Afr*. W&lter Faulstlch rtt/AlKdtttt recently returned .from St. tfa'flt-'where she had been«visitifif .-.her son, .Torni, who -with a friend** Carol Ber/r, \Vas injured IB>a motorcycle accldAtit In St. Paul/ The eOiiftle were cnroute to Sfc,l%ul from Hudson, WIs., wRerft 1 tftfesc had VlsllceWJ'Afiii's amvt'and uncle t Mr. and' 'Mrs. Wm. .TasUulftB. Th<»'Co«$Wi>hhd passed a cafc and a few moments lalcf the car passed themv thcrfmade a sudden- turn with net signal. the motorcycle crashed' Int6 It atid^as'tnmviV to the curb. John \<*ol-e- a hettvy'lealhet" jacket xvhich undoubtedly keftt him fron* HWH* Injured.- fatally, Mit hfr was thrown forward atn* received a broken shoulder libne, IWISS'tiftrR was tossed] headlong-, and. in jui'edt seriously* her sWtilVbrMig broken and' ; sHc received* other Injuries. An illicit of'tlte fflriy.ai'braln surgeon, nerformed"an oncration Immedl- attlyi ami -gtlWe concern' !\vas still felt for her recovery as shte 19' (6f \Vaii) still unconscious. John was released from the hos^ Pifetl ! ahd,iis remaining with his aunt and'runcte until he is able .to f of thie cftr was not apprehended as he did not stdflf at; tn'e' accident scene. Come? insatrd F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 Our lilies are crowded, too Telephone lines ore-more; crowded with calls, than- ever before — particularly during mid-morning, hours. Often during busy periods all equipment is in.use at once and operators are unable to answer ... moment it reaches the switchboard, is. ' ''"i" '''"'-. ^ ., ' '. ' ' . - '"' ? 'This situation '''Has .come about because' we have heavily loaded our equipment .in; order tp .. take care of as manyas possible^of those 1 waiting; ., for telephone service-. New- equipment -ii'; being manufactured and better service vyill result as soon as additions can be madev ^ . In the meantime if you do not always get Of quick aji answer as formerly please reme.mber that operators are doing' their best to corriplefe all calls promptly; ' '• ••'••'.,• : '< '• N 6 RT H;WE s t e vtt • • -i n rrt if HO Hi. :fro M FA-M.V fcfcle «f Algonu Man, A»g.l2 ALL ABOARD For HOBO DAY Britt, Iowa Tuesday, Aug. 27 ? ^f The Merriam Robinson'Shows will also be operat- " ing-Monday 1 , August>26i;> Softball games will be ^ playedMonday and there will be a dance in the P evening sponsored by the V. F. W. TUESDAY • Whittempre: St. Michael's Catholic cn'ufeh was the scene of a pretty wedding Monday morning, Aug. 12, at 8:30 o'clock when the Rev. William Veit, officiated at the nuptial mass uniting Beatrice Kollasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,' Fred Kollasch, Whittemore, and Harold Miller, son of Leo Miller, Algona. The bride was given in marriage by ,Her -father and^ as they approached the altar Lohengrin's wedding march was played by Marita Duffy. Marion Hyink and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kollasch sang "Ava Maria" and "Oh Lord I Am Not Worthy." The bride, was very attractive in a white faille with netted skirt and> train. Her veil was of bonnet affect trimmed with cal- lia lilies. She carried a bouquet of pink roses. Cecelia -Miler, Washington, D. C., sister of the groorn as bridesmaid, was attired in a dusty rose faille gown. She carried a bouquet of lavender, rose and white asters. Milo Kollasch, brother of the bride, acted as best man. A reception for 75 guests was held at the home of the bride's parents at high noon. . The bride is a graduate of Presentation- Academy, and for a number, of' years < had. been employed at'the local drug store. After a week's honeymooning the young couple will be at home in Algona, where the groom is.employed at the Kent Motor' company as 1 service parts manager. Those who came from a distance for the wedding and reception were: Mr. and Mrs. &£,7 Ka ^£J t j£ r and famil y- She'ldon," 'Mr."- ahd: Mrs. Otto Kaschmitter and family, St. Martin, Minn.; Ruth Miller, Orange, Ni J.j- Mr. and Mrs. B. J-. Schlauth, and Mrs. Hugo Lip- teigh, Wesley; Mrs. .Anna Kaschmitter, Alton; Edward Mosser, Durani, Okla.; Mr. and-Mrs. Edward 'Boiio an'd''family; Fremont, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rochford, Lawler: Saw Mbglers' Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mogler entertained at their home last Sunday in honor of Mr. Mogler's mother Mrs. Mary Mogler, who was- 84-- years; There were 80 relatives and friends-at this reception. She had been' visiting her daughter Mrs. Mike Schmitt at Ottosen and her brother, the Rev. Joseph Banwart, West Bend. Mrs. Mogler and her daughter. Louise Mogler; whd" accompanied her returned to their home in Rock .Valley Monday evening. Reunion ai Theo. Keene's The immediate families of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Keene gathered at the parental home Sunday for a reunion. Present were Mrs. Dale Brown and family of Marshall, Mo.; Mr. and ,Mrs. Casper Keene; Mr. and Mrs; Joe Keene and Mrs. Benton Potter, Wljittemore; Mr. and Mrs.' ; ;tiaw^ rence Keene and son TedeiJt .9* Worthington, Minn.; Mrj/^atid Mrs. Berdette Johansen arid ; son Gary; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilenfeld, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Keene and son Ronnie, Emrnetsburg. Heidenwith Reunion The annual Heidenwith reunion was held at the park at Swea City last Sunday. Present were Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith,- Algona; -Mr. and Mrs. Arthun Heidenwith, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Heidenwith and family, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and daughter, Betty, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wegener and family, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons Charles and Howard, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey, Britt; Mr. and:'Mrs., Marvin Kueck and daughter- Sharon, Seneca; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck and family, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mittagj DCS Moines; Mr. in.d Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Burt; -Mrs. Russell Thompson and son' and Mrs. Rentz of Algona; Mr. .and Mrs. Warren Thompson, Lone" Rock; and Miss Elsie .Leopold, and Amanda ' MuhrTiaii'Sen'^-of, Milwaukee. Ostwald Dinner Parly- Mr ; and Mrs. William had as guests at their home last Sunday for dinner and supper Mr and Mrs. Carl Ostwaldy^Mr.. and Mrs.' Elmer Ostwald, v Mrf and Mis. Ferdinand Ostv/ald and their two daughters, Mr. : arid Mrs. Theodore Ostwald and fam- RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS I suffered for years and am so thankful that I am free from pain and able to do rhy work that I will gladly answer anyone writing me for information. Mrs. Anna Pautz, P. O. Box 825, Vancouver, Wash. Pd. Adv. NUE-OVO Laboratories 42tf Big Midway , Concessions Big Hobo Parade 10 o'clock a. m. • Coiowatiett'of'-lfinff' Free Acts Following^ ?a*adtV Afternoon and Evening Mulligan Stew Dinner Jr. Legion Baseball 12:30 ir. m. ^tr«.pt Dtftieein Evening Cj. Am, Legion EVEN AT 60 M.P.H. NEW TIRE OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES ily, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schmit, of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Berningliaus, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Oade and family, West Band; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Klein and family,. Kodrnali; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wehrspaf) and family, Fail-villa; Mrs. Rosa Barto and Dora Bierstedl, Algona. Bi-nie Meyer spent last week With relatives at LuVerne as Ivj is.hnving his vacation from the Farmers Elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely were IrrFbi't Dodge last Monday. They We're accompanied by Elnora and Dorothy Ostwald. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gaylo helped Robert Dreycr, father of Mrs. Meyer, celebrate his birthday at Algonn, Thursday ngihl. Miss Winfred Waldron, of Oe- troit, Mich., and Miss Margaret Waldron of Davenport are visiting Lheir father, Peter Waldron for several weeks. The Rev. Paul Wcinhold and delegate Erwin Siems. and Prof; W. G. Erase are attending a convention at thq Walther League camp on West Okoboji. Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith, Algona, spent several days at the nomc of her son Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, last week. She returned home Friday morning. Sunday visitors at the Roy Klicgel home were Mr; and Mrs. Keneth Sabin, Sunnyside, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cruise of Wesley; and Peter Besch, Algona. Mrs. Louis Braatz received a letter from her husband, who is a patient at Iowa City in a hospital; stating that he was not improving very fast as his system was poisoned. ' Henry Meyer and grandson Dean returned Friday from Cleveland, O., where they attended a Jehovah's Witness convention- last week. They • also visited with, relatives in Chicago and Madfabn, Wis. Adolph Naas and William Deckerj actWiYvpan'ied by Torn Schealler, drove' to Sioux- City Thursday for an' ; operation' and check-up on the latter's leg. It was found that the bone in the leg had healed arid'no operation was necessary. John Walsh,- Denver, Colo., visited at the homes of his sis* ters, Mrs. Leroy and Mrs. Guy Fan-ell, Mrs. P; W. Kollaach and Mrs. George JergeTls. Cftt Him* Comfort Ifiil Utt* • Hotfifttimc with «ri EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phon* ui Ibdiy Phone275 > IOWA *••• Furniture Cd. Established 1925 Algfftfay,fowJ£ Kossuth County Fair Wednesday - Thu? sday - Orrce again, at Fair time, we get together to observe the achievements of ; the past year in KossiitH County. The agricultural exhibits particularly command our attention-—and the work of ; our> county's 4-H : Glubs deserves the support'of all; This year r we' arc' promised more exhibits and More' displays than iit> many years ... so Ifet's all ATTEND'Tttte K0SSUTt£ FAIR! * MILL & ELEVATOR AfiGONA Her* is- your answer to "Will today's tire stand up under a long grind at high speed?" In'a t«t of the new BiF.Goodrich riw£ tfff- curt were driven steadily af sisty-'milw per ho»r,' hour after yveraginjf. over a thousand > in all kinds of weather. !-os the? wheel* of these cars were prewar tires and the new B,F, Goodrich tire, The new B.F. Goqdrich Silvertowns outran the prewar tires—showed,\less wear— were good for thousunds of extra' miles. We are receiving regular shipments of these new B.P. —"-" Goodrich Silvertown tires. See us today. ONVtN!£NT T^RMS AVAIL A3 i Meet King Ben Benson* Polly Ellen Pep for Queen, Ex.King David Skeets Simmons jRodgers and many Pthers, Otis f , * la-f says, "If you can't -have fwn gt "Hobo Day, yow §r§ bwrd to jtojri BOER WELD! Lester PeBolt Phone 309 '.FGo'odrich ir i'« je s Always A Booster For Worthwhile And AgriettftBfa* or Civic Prog KENT MOTOR C '•A »ra FOBD-

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