The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 28, 1957
Page 23
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/ ESCAPES Jjnior Kenny, driver of a Hofkinton truck, escaped serious infcry when a bridge collapsed ur/ier the vehicle on the Urban KJiren farm near Worthington. WHO IS IT ? IS IT YOU ? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL , lOWQ Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINOSTED 21001 21006 20216 .WST IDENTIFY YOURSELF At ALCJOHA UPPER DES MOINES OFFICE Worth $2.00 At CHRISTENSEN'S Worth $2.00 At FOWLER'S Worth $2.00 At GRAHAM'S AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE I Mrs Henry Seller was visited recently by her daughter, Mrs Martin Bleich of Miller. Mr and Mrs R. K. Johnston had the former's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Don Johnston, and family of Iowa Falls a4 recent guests. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley had as recent guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs 'Robert Gergen, Paul Michael, Mary Pat and Kathy of LeSueur, Minn. Fertilizer Bulk Spreading Act Now Before Seeding Time! WE USE OUR OWN, NEW EQUIPMENT AND THE COST IS LOW - Also Fertilizer in Bags GRASS SEED & FIELD SEED We're Here To Serve You FENTON Co-Op ELEVATOR FELCO PRODUCTS "Where You Do Business Wilh Yourself" FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Real Estate Broker ^ general Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs , FENTON, IA. | Mr and Mrs Newion Hieler and Mrs Hieler spent the day at Fenton with Mr Hieter's sister. Mrs Earl Dean. Mr and Mrs Don Sherman and Ralph Elbert drove to Mason City last week where the men attended a Chevrolet meeting. Little Ann Rcnee, daughter oi Mr and Mrs Dwaine Lighter was at St. Ann hospital a few days. She had an attack of pneumonia but is now nearly recovered. Mr and Mrs Homer Tuttle were at Austin, Minn, a week ago and were guests of Mr and Mrs Claude Smith, former residents here. ,Mr Smith has recovered from recent surgery, Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips had as recent guests the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Phillips, and Mrs Mary Richter, mother of Mrs Lloyd Phillips, all of Albert Lea, Minn . Mrs Helen Johnson has been on leave from the S & L store and is at the children's hospital at Iowa City. She has had leg surgery to correct an injury suffered in a fall last winter. Mrs Johnson is now up and around on crutches. Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougall left last Thursday for Albert Lea, Minn., where Mr McDougall spent a few days on business. Mrs McDougall went on to Winona, to visit friends and will be joined there for thq weekend by her husband. The McDougalls recently moved here from Winona. Mr McDougall is manager of the local Botsford firm. ^ ,J Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer drove to Fort Dodge recently to see their daughter Mary who is at the Lutheran hospital where she went for treatment of a back injury suffered in the gas explosion at the skating rink. X-rays showed chipped vertebrae and she has been placed in a cast. She is able to be up and around a little but docs not know when she can come home. The son Bob Palmer is at Rochester, Minn., having an eye examined. A few years ago it was hurt, while he was working. He entered service and the eye was not so bad that he was troubled much. Lately it has been more troublesome and he decided to consult specialists. Bob now drives a milk truck here. SUNDAY-2 Days of Fun! in the yea runniest movie positively | ' PLUS CARTOON and SPECIAL SHORT J. F. Milder was in Des Moines last week attending a board ol directors meeting of Thenriogas Company. Mr and Mrs James Schneider spent a week ago Sunday at Storm Lake with Mrs Schneider's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Schneider were sponsors at a baptism. Mr and Mrs William Dau returned recently from St. Petersburg, Fla., where they had spent the winter. While there they had calls from Mr and Mrs Russell Cook, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom who were vacationing there. Mr and Mrs Muckey have returned home and Mr and Mrs. Cook left thfcre Tuesday for home. The Bjustroms will come a little later. Mr and Mrs Robert Kratt and family of Davenport spent the weekend here with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Tony Schmitt. Mrs Schmitt had visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Matera at Sterling, 111., the Materas having recently become parents of a daughter Deanne. There is a son Chris. Mrs Schmitt had also visited another son-in-law and daughter at Mil- lidgeville, 111. Mr and Mrs dale Stockwell had as guest their daughter, Mrs William De Kruif, of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Gale Slockwell spent a few days recently at Sioux City with their son-in-law end daughter, Mr and Mrs William Tillman. Mrs Meda Redfield came last Thursday from Des Moines and will visit friends here several days. She is house guest of Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips. Mr and Mrs Hugh Raney were visited from Tuesday till Friday by Mrs George Godfrey of Ames. Bertha Godfrey, former teacher here, makes her home at Ames with Mrs Godfrey, her sister-in- law, also well known here. Mr and Mrs Robert Stgsbee visited at West Bend with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Bruellman. Mrs Bruellman was recently a medical patient- at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, and is now recovered. Mr and Mrs Lee Siemer, Britt, called on Mr and Mrs Ferguson recently. Later Mr and Mrs Siemer called on Mary Schwabauer and Ray Davidson. Mrs Siemer is the former Christa Seidel who came here from Germany. She lived at the Davidson apartment where Miss Schwabauer also had an apartment. Mrs Robert Kain, nee Carol Schilmoeller and little son Dana drove to San Diego, Calif., a few weeks ago with Robert's parents, Mr and Mrs Robert F. Kain and visited Robert and his twin brother Dick who are in the navy. They are assigned to the destroyer "Isherwood" and will leave April 11 for Australia. The elder Mr and Mrs Kain have returned home but Carol and Tittle* son will return here when Robert leaves California. ALGONA FRIDAY - 11:30 P.M. (Adm. oOc) APRIL FOOL'S MIDNITE SHOW FREE - A 2-FOR-I TICKET TO A COMING ATTRACTION IF YOU CAN TAKE IT 1 LIKE NOTHING YOUR EYES HAVE EVER SEEN BEFORE! Actually filmed in uncharted Amazon Jungle! VOO-DOO KITES OF HEAD-HdNTERSI MAN AT GRIPS WITH JAGUAR FUKYl BEAUTY IN COILS OF DEADLY BOA! JOHN BROMFIELD • BEVERLY GARLAND PLUS THIS CO-HIT NESTORPAJVA'AUN NAPIER M* and MM Bon Ptteskern were at Rochester, to see the "Icecapades". The previous weekend they were at Guttenberg to visit. Mr and Mrs W. E. McGrew. former residents here. Mr nnd Mr* Mali Kapp and Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett were recently visited by Mr and Mrs W. D. Hemmingsen of Des Moines, Mrs Hemmingsen is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Kapp and a sister of Mrs Pickett. Cpl. Warren Minard of ihe army air corps has arrived home from. Paris,* France, and has a 30 day leave which he will spend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Fay Minard and other relatives. He will report back to a base id Arkansas. MM Kay Joyce Perdue wen! to Iowa City last week to enter University hospital. She has been having ear trouble presumably brought on by an attack of scarlet fever several years ago. The children will be cared for by the grandmother, Mrs Ed Pilcher. Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougall were recently visited by Mr and Mrs A. L. Brown of Salix. Mi; Brown was Kossuth County extension director here a number of years ago. Mrs Brown is recover^ ing from a fall suffered some time ago in which she sustained quite a severe concussion. Mr and Mrs Harold Roth have been visited by the latter's sister, Mrs William Potter of Norfolk, Neb. Recent guests at dinner were Mrs William Kemna of Rolfe, John Haag of Thompson. and Pete Hagg and son Harold of West Bend, sister and brothers of Mrs Roth and Mrs Kemna. Howard Seeley wax at Chillicothe, Mo., on business recently and during his absence his wife stayed with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seeley. They were visited over the .weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Craig Seeley and sons Scotlie, Bill and Brad, of Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr and Mrs Ernst Thiel have returned from- a six weeks vacation during which they visited Mrs Thiel's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Rasmussen at Sacramento, Calif. Other places of interest visited were San Antonio, Tex., Tuscon, Ariz., Old Mexico, Carlsbad Caverns, the Grand Canyon and San Francisco. Lynn Struthers, David Seaberg and Guy Carlson Jr. were all home from college over the weekend. thursdoy, March 26, 19S7 Alflona {!<*.) Uppac DM Motnw-S At Ybuth Assembly Six county 4-H Junior Leaders attended the State Rural Young People's Assembly at Ames, Mar. 22-24. Kossuth delegation included Kathryn Hilbert, Alma Illg, Eunice Gade, Roger Dreyer, Aaron Anliker and Arlen Deft* schoter, Mary Staudt, county ex* tension home ecorttoist and Ho* bert Johnson, coufity extension youth assistant. Use Easter Seals. 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You get greater tread depth at the shoulder and center line for extra traction. Trade now and savel 3-WAYS TO PAY !.tf$v!qr30 2. Ea*y monthly 3, Pay when t«ri&f pgymenU you hgrvett Reduced to save you morel COOD/VEAR $1190 JLJJ-— Gives longer wear, better traction, easier steering, "* 80 ^ Urt— Sin 4.00 « HILTON'S SINCLAIR SERVICE Your Friendly Goodyear Dealer Phone CY 44654

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