The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 13
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, SEW. *7,- 1940 ;. '.HAWCOTTJlJRT.ESeAPIS INJURY STRUCK MOVER IN DITCH f *•—R- F.. Hawcott escaped T.^ Thursday afternoon When Ipped over in the ditch -While ft S' hi « grandson's pickilp pnaul, some brickets and was h the Way home when the ace H6ht oeurred. The accident Hap a rtear the Leonard DHtmer e. The grade Is very high A fit,point, but neither Mr. Haw the truck was much ., Hammerstrom, Robtiri an Ackerman, and Don iff turned Thursday from 1 trip. ; kin's Funeral— J| Lockwood, Dale and raltendccl the funeral' of Irfojipbkwood's niece, four year - yKfifen Christertsen, at St. gWjlast Monday. The child ad »mw.' very suddenly, Mrs. , who had spent sever- date with her sister, the Blld'tf;jnother, came home with jflrtt.JSn aunt, Mrs. T. W- Jan- ,Oit,.!6f|Dcs Moines, aceompan- Bd them home. They took her Rutland Wednesday. |!Mrs, Anna Reimers and family pent a 'week ago last Sunday at linncapolis. liMrs. Lillian Sheldon began forking as housekeeper at the JU'rt hospital last week. r(Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson pent the weekend of a week ago I Spirit Lake and Terril. ICrfeorge Moore underwent an »6r v ation for appendicitis at the erieral • hospital. Wednesday. IjAMellpwsriip supper and social jur WEis held at the Presbyter\- church' last Wednesday ev- .r. arid Mrs. Roland Lavrenz .parents of an eight 'pound born Sept. 9 at the 'Kossuth fispital. jMrs. Sarah Imhoff and Mary atieger, West Bend, spent last - at) the home of their neph- JYed Habeger. fe.\|Emil Christensen left a visit at the home 02 her son George Graham. Mrs. Harold Steward took her to Livermorc where she took the train. • Mrs, ; W, H. Vogel entertained the following ladies at a luncheon last Tuesday afternoon: Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. M. L. Vihas, Mrs. M, E. Polhemus, Mrs. Arthur Davis, Mrs. J. P. Stow, and her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Godfredson. A group of Methodist ladies attended a W. S. C. S. guest day at Ledyard Thursday afternoon. In 'the group were Miss > Emily Watson and the Mesdames W. J. Lockwood, Wm. Batt, F. O. Stow, J. L. Miller, W. B. Officer, C. S. Coffin, L. E. iRiebhoff and Paul Moore. The circles of the Presbyterian Women's'Council will meet Wednesday, September 18, as follows: Circle A with Mrs. Ben Bahling and Mrs. Frank Bahling, Circle B with Mrs. R. H. Thompson and Mrs. R. W. Rash: Circle C with Mrs. Glee Bullock and VIrs, Paul Olson; Circle D with Mrs, Martin Becker and Mrs. Russell Shipler. , BOWMAN TO TRY., lONTOURFARMING Missing Wallet in Long Route Home This is a story about a missing wallet—that finally came home to roost. About four years afto A. M. Peterson, Titonka real estate man, ffavc A pocket wallet to ' Lloyd RoiizC, of Algona. A month or so ago Lloyd lost the wallet, .which contained a collection of notes regarding: farms, and the usual assortment of material contained in a billfold of that type. Only one letter addressed to him was in the billfold, but Mr. Peterson's name was Imprint; ctl In the wallet. A few days ago a farmer from fix and one-half miles south of Fonda wrote Mr. Peterson and sent the wallet. He said he had found it in his front yard. And now.the owner, sur-' vcylng his returned billfold liberally chewed and'weath- ered, is wondering'just how it got there. . .< ALGONA WPKK DES MOlNfcS, IOWA. Union: Cliff Bowman, living the former Jimmie Neville farm has ordered a set of contour farming ^tools arid plans to. put in his cropiS the contour way. It being more satisfactory where ground is hilly. He lives just west of the Pioneer seed corn nlant. Mrs. Bowman is a sister of W C. Nelson, who lives east of Algona and formerly lived in Un- WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS New Pastor Of Baptist Church At Swea City Honored Swea City: A reception was leld Thursday evening for, the Rev. Peter Peters family, who arrived here in August. A program was held in the church, lollowed by refreshments and a social time in Guild hall. The church presented them with a lovely wool blanket. Mr. Peters comes here from Churdan to serve 'the Baptist pastorate. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Larson spent last week with his parents, Mr.'and Mrs. P. W. Larson. Merlin recently received his master's degree after completing a study-of labor personnel at Iowa City. Mel Krum postoffice clerk, last week received his appointment as local civil service secretary. He succeeds Mrs. Gregor Deim who resigned because of her teaching duties in the Swea City school. OTTOSEN CLUB TO HOLD PARTY 17TH Ottosen: The Ottosen Progressive club held its first meeting of tho new year at the home of Mrs. Knut Oppedahl. The Anniversary party was discussed and it was voted to have this affair on the 17th of September, It will be held in the Presbyterian church parlors. Committees for the party are: Entertainment, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Clara Solberg and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl; dining room, Mrs. Clara Lander, Mrs. Fred Kampen and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk, The lesson on the advantages and disadvantages of DDT was given by Mrs. Max Clark. Three new members were taken in at this meeting. They were Mrs. Enid Norman, Mrs. Francis Helland and Mrs. Mary Bulgren. The next meeting will oe a pot luck guest day at the Presbyterian church. Guests Were: Mrs. Harold Sundt, Mrs Sugene Hofius, Mrs. Warren Mc- VTahon, Mrs. Hollis Cooper, Mrs George Cooper, Mrs. Enid Norman, Mrs. Francis Helland and VIrs. Mary Bulgren. Presbyterian Aid The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met Friday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. John Coyle and Mrs. Eugene Hofius as hostesses. Mrs. Kate Jacobson assisted in the absence of Mrs. Hofius. A committee with Mrs. Ralph Richards, chairman, and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk and Mrs. Will Cooper as helpers, was appointed to ge,t samples and prices of hymn .books for the church/ A short program was given: TWO readings by Mrs. Chester Alme, a guitar number by Barbara Long, and two readings by Mrs. Ralph Richards. Rev. Schenck gave a short talk. The next meeting will be September 27, 1946, with a group of hostesses, Mrs. Herman Kramer, chairman, Mrs. Earl Long, Mrs. G. Purdy, Mrs. Ralph Richards, : t ^ Standard Oil announces Mrs.",Jesse Van- Duskirk. Mrs. John'Coylc has the scripture and Mrs. Chester. Alme the program. M*s. Cooper Hostess T«c Ladies Rural club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hollis Cooper with 14 members answering roll call. During the business meeting the flower show that was held Saturday, September 7, was discussed. Mrs; Dorothy Hundertmark gave the lesson on flower arrangements., .Mrs. Hollis Cooper had the social feature. Mrs Joe Anliker won this contest. Guests were Mrs. Harold Sundt, Mrs. Keith Cooper,. Mrs. Donna Cooper of West Bend, Donna Stover, and Mrs. 'Knut Oppedahl. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Joe, Anliker. New Granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer have received word that they are. the grandparents of a girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ulman of Flint, Mich. The babe weighed eight pounds and 15 ounces. She was born September 1. Mrs. Ulman is the former Marjorie Kramer and Mrs. Kramer left Saturday evening for Flint to be with her daughter and new granddaughter -for a couple of weeks. Donna Stover of Milwaukee spent part of Wednesday and Thursday at the Fred Kampen home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Belton of Gardenia, Calif.' and Mrs. Lloyd Elston, Mrs. Mayme Hofius ,and Frank Hofius, all of Burt, were Friday dinner guests at the Eugene Hofius home. They also visited at the Alf Lee and Knut Oppedahl homes. Improving Highway Near Keith Farm Union—The hill adjoining the pavement to the Harry Keith farm is being leveled by the Highway Commission, and the dirt is being used to fill out the shoulders of the grade between the Rainbow bridge and the Milwaukee railway underpass. It was Et hindercnce in winter leading to the Keith house. It was hard to sec a car approaching from the north,when driving onto the highway. Needless to say the grade has needed this improvement for some time. *u4U WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS i i (BBS *^y> "S9H; ^flP, ? Just Want to Tell You We arc getting a few drums of buttermilk—semi-solid— coming in for laying hens. It « may be here today, or to- Ij morrow. Just want to let you know you can get it at Ij FITCH FEED STORE, Mil- ™ waukce De-pot Corner. B Phone 520- For Prompt Service On BOTTLED GAS 20 Years Experience—No Red Tape- Dependable Delivery—Just Phone Us and We'll Do the Rest. B justrom's Furniture C®. 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