The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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SEPT. 17, Mrs, B, & Norton o The West Mrs. B. E. Norton and daueh- -r Meryl left Thursday for Bremerton, Wash., to make their* u,°. m * e /; ^IJ 6 ^ w * re accofnpahied b V, Mrs- Ralph Loss, Bremerton. Who had been here ' « pays. Mrs. Norton recently i sold h£r home here to H. W/Hobson of Lone Rock, and the adjoining lot to Dick Sjogren. Meryl re* cently resigned her'position -in Moline, 111. Mrs. Norton has two daughters living in Brfernertofl Mrs. Loss and Mrs. Cappj aflc another daughter lives In Alaska She and Meryl afe building a home in Bremerton. Lone Rock: The .Band Mothers will hold their first meeting Wednesday evening. Sept. 18, al the home of Mrs. Edw. Blanchard. •••-•••.' ,1, I Announcement... I will operate the Harms Oil Co. Service Station at the Corner, of State and Phillips St. Come in for the best in gas/ oil, washing and greasing. ,. George Harris, Mgr. Joe McGtiire, Assist. As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepared to Assist You Through Our Imp Property rovement Plan for (i J Home Modernization •. t Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or Modernizing Come in and Talk II Over F. S. NORTON & SON ALOONA tWEft D13S MOINES. ALGONA IOWA PHONE 229 NO TEACHER, SO UNION DIST. QUITS Union—School district Mo. 6 did not open this fall due to the fact no-teacher could be found. Some pupils attend No. 6 Center school, some No. 3. The McKim children go to town school as some of Ihe family go lo high school. Miss Beverly Brown of Wesl Bend, teacher of Dist. No. 1, is slaying at the Harley Troutman and Waller Heerdl homes during Ihe illness of Mrs. John Mcneil. U'artd I Circle* Mel— The U and 1 circle met last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ronald Ortman. A contesl, which Ihe Circle had been having was closed. Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham's side won. Mrs. Raymond Westling was captain of Ihe losing side. Poinls were given for attendance and roll call. The Circle donated $5.00 for the rest room project. Vogel Are Home— Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel returned Thursday from a three week trip east., on which Ihey al- tended a 'family reunion and vis- iled relatives al Birmingham, N. Y., spenl a Week wilh Iheir dau- ghler and her husband on Cape Cod, and a few days al Worcester, Mass. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Melville, accompanied Ihem back lo Iowa Cily, where he will lake work al Ihe stale univer- sily. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham were Mason Cily visitors Thursday. The Fortnightly club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Bill Garman. Mrs. K. C. Kickbush entertained the Bid or Bye club Thursday evening. •Harold Steward and Richard Lavrenz were business visitors in Minneapolis Monday. W. J. Davison and R. W. Rash returned Thursday from a trip to Eau Claire and Cameron, Wis. Date Lockwood and Kenneth Patterson lefl Monday for Ames where Ihey will allcnd Iowa ;late college. '.Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Drone are parenls Of -a son, Charles Wayne, born September 5, al Ihe Kossulh hospital. The Emil Ha'sses were supper quests Thursday al the.'A. C. Bernau home in honor of Ruth Hasse's Birthday. Gotlieb Rike, Brandon, Ore., who lived near Burt some 30 years ago, has been calling on old Burt friends recently. Marvel Bartlelt, Waldorf, Minn., came Thursday to help at the Allen Hinckley home. Mrs. Hinckley has been in poor health recently. ^^and,-Mrsi Edward . Lloyd, j» E^dyS'rd,'antl ! Mrr""land Mrs.- Per-" by Stone, Algeria,, spent Thurs- day evening at the Fred ger. home. * J. P. Trunkhill and Ernest Lavrenz went to Sac City last week Monday to help the J, T, Heaneys, who are remodeling their home there. The Hiram Wards arc moving the first of this week to Bemidji, Minn., where Mr. Ward has been working this summer. They plan to sell their home here. Naomi Van Steenberge, who is attending the university of Minnesota, is spending a month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Van St.eenberge. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garman returned Monday frmo a visit at the Nick Kennedy home at Webster City and with Mrs. Neva Kearns in Des Moines. Helen Schweitert returned home last Wednesday from Mason City, where she underwent an operation at the Park hospital. Her sister 1 Lorcna, who works in Mason City, accompanied her home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Geesman and daughters Lyla and Eileen, left Sunday for Odin, MJnn. They were to leave the next day for Deer Lake, Minn., for .a week's fishing. Willard .Schweitcrt, who has been Visiting his sister, Mrs, Paul Honor, in Oregon, returned home Wednesday, and is visiting his brother, E. C. Schweitert, a few days before returning to h>s school work at Ames. HOVEY FAMILY IN MOTOR CRASH - A collision on highway 18, west of Algona at a county road intersection, severely shook lip the family of L. E. Hovey, Septemebr 6. about 8:30 p. m., sent Mr. Hovey, former Kossuth sheriff, to the hospital for treatment, and cut and bruised Alicia Aman, occupant of a second machine. Riding with Mr. Hovey were his wife, children ' Marilyn, Beverly and David. In the second machine were Raymond K. Funk, son of Herman. Funk, and Miss Aman. The Funk machine struck the rear of the Hovey machine. Both were going west: Each automobile was thrown into the ditch. Mr. Hovey suffered a 'bad blow On the head and possible fracture of tlhe ribs, fhe rest of the family was shaken tout uninjured. Funk was not hurt. •Monday, Sept. 2, a collision look place south of Algona on highway 189 between cars driven by Calvin Bright,\Harwood, Mo., and Henry,Hahle of Irvington. Mrs. Bright was cut and injured and given medical treatment. Both accidents were investigated by the office of Sheriff A. J. Cogley. No charges were filed. Buys At Whittcmoi-e Whlttem«ire:.. : Merlon Chris- lenson has" purchased Ihe home and acreage "Jfrdm Adolph Naas, of four acresV He will take possession, the' first of the year. Al present he is living on a farm easi of West Bend. He expects to do grinding, and baling at his new location.. ,; Out-Shells Other Brands '"i Farmer Oscar Berg, Sisscton, S. D.. says: "Carpi!! has a. drcp kerneled car, and I have fot(nd that Cargill otit- shells 'other brands. I have had instances where it ran 40 to 50 bushels more per load than other brands." Cargill Hybrid Seed Corn is sold in Ateona by FITCH FRED STORE, Milwaukee Depot Corner. m Mrs. Gail Pettit Dies At Houston Mrs. Gail PeltH died very suddenly Thursday morning at her home in Houston, Tex., accord-1 ing to word received here Friday by E. J. Hough. Funeral services were to be held Sunday, Sept. 15,* at Phoenix, Ariz. • The Pcttits lived in Algona several years ago a.nd operated the Stale Theatre, and slill own the building occupied by the Call thealre and also a farm between Burt and Titonka. Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Result*, t ,, rfWW^/W^VVWAWA^VWA^Wf Home On Vacation St. Joe: Miss Mildred Faber of Chicago came home last week, having resigned her position there. After a vacation she will go to New York. SHOP UPHOLSTERING AND FURNITURE REPAIRING 210 South Dodge SI. Algona Service The Golden ftule Our Principle I'lioue 521-W Algona G. l.'s ATTENTION:! I Ihink this is what you have been looking for. A fast growing Old Line Life Insurance Co. wants a man, who must be 25 years old, married, have a car and willing io learn. We leach you all the principals of the selling in the field, pay you a good salary while you learn, also keep a successful field man w;lh you all Ihe lime you need one, so you can'l fail. 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