The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1954 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 28, 1954
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Four Accidents In County But Only 11njury iJ^ a <- ciden , t! * were checked , 5 y , he , K °ssuth sheriff's office ? during the past week. Sept. 24, about 7:30 p.m., Maurice E, Jansen of Hurt came over tT.J lse 2? Q , cou nty road near union Slough and found two Steers on the road, which he struck before he could stop. N The car was somewhat', damaged and it was believed the steers had to be killed. Dean Larson, St. Paul, driving south in a truck on highway 169 north of Algqna, last Friday morning, ran 'into the rear 6f two trailers loaded with c6b"s; being pulled by Alfred Schenck Larson was cut and was treated at St. Ann hospital. William Kollasch of Whittemore Was pulling a load of grain With a tractor on highway 18, northwest of Whittemore, when Pe» Molne*; Tuesday, September 28, 1954 the trailer was struck from 1 th tear by a car driven by Everet Carpenter of Emmetsburg, abou 1:50 p.m. Friday. Neither 'ma was injured. Monday morning about o'clock, 2i& miles east of St. Bene diet, a gravel truck driven bj John N. Altman of Irvington, am a tractor with a side delivery rak operated by Leo Liidwig of Cor with, met ort a narrow bridge. No body was hurt, but some property damage resulted. • Near Tragedy In Grain Bin AfLuVerne LuVerne-iAn accident at : the Adolph Koester farm Tuesday afternoon was narrowly averted "rom fatal tragedy. Corn was oemg shelled and Mr Koester went into the bin to make room and corn began falling on him. The quick action of his two neighbors, Chester Sill and Robert ALCONA^ Friday and Saturday, October 1 and 2 Matinee 2*!00 P. M.' and Regular Evening Shows Casey, assisted him to safety. H received' medica} . attention :an Was advised to be" very (Juiel: Id a few dnya tp.; oV6icL. possibl pneumonia., , " , Two Leave Army Sgt. and Mrs Eldoh Marty ar rived home Wednesday from F&r" Riley, Kansas. He has now' r'o ceived his discharge from army They will visit of theii parents Mr ahd Mrs Edwin Martj and Mr and, Mrs C. O. MdOlellan Sgt. Galen Heinkel has, arrived at the home of .his parents Mr and Mrs CHarles Heinkel', After serving in 1 Korea since May 1953 upon his reeent return to the States he received his discharge at Camp Carsori, Colo. Welcome Fourth Son Mr and Mrs John Selby are the parents of their fourth son, born Wednesday, Sept. 22, at St. Ann hospital, Algoha. The other sons are Bart, Barry and Dana. Mrs Selby is the fprmer Lillian Meyer, daughter of Mrs Laura Meyer. . • MATINEES: Doors Open 1:00 - Show l:15-Feature 1:30 NIGHTS: Doors open 7:00 - Show 7:30-Feature 8:00 ALGQNA NOW THROUGH THURSDAY ADMISSION Matinee 60c Night i__t._i 75c Juniors „___ 60c Children 2Sc RHETT TAKES SCARLETT IN HIS ARMS AGAIN! "You'll not lock your x door tonight!'* COMPLETE! INTACTi AND GREATER THAN EVER ON OUR WIDE-VISION SCREEN DAVID OT^ELZNICK'S Production of MARGARET MITCHELL'S Story of the Old South GONE WITH THE Starring Clark GABLE oj "RHE n BUTLER" Vivien LEIGH o* "SCARLETT O'HARA Leslie HOWARD p« "ASHLEY WILKES" Olivia deHAVILLAND 01 "MELANIE" Plan Candy Sale The regular monthly meeting if the Legion Auxiliary was held Monday evening with 18 mem- >ers and one guest Mrs Burtis )e Nio. Mrs Harold Wolf presided. A andy sale was planned. Report f the fall meeting of the 8th istrict held in Fort Dodge, Sept. j6, was given by Mrs Guy Giddings and Mrs Ray Stone who were in attendance. Mrs Stone presented spine musical numbers followed/ by cards. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs Edward Dehnert, Mrs Arthur Dimler and Mrs Carl SWanson. Real Estate WISd. F.AttMS we have man'y fine western Wis. dairy, beef or hog farms foi sale. Priced from,$lOO to $15( per acre. Write to us for com plete descriptions and pictures "JIM" DERINGER, REALTOR Baldwin, Wisconsin (39, — Farms • FOR SALE — 151 acres near Algona, good buildings. ,113 acres near Algona no buildings, $15,000.' Owner Larry Gisch, Phone 20F32, gona. 39* FOR SALE Farms have'definitely; a market value and we try to 'keep our Birthday Club The Birthday Club met in the home of Mrs Harry Lichty Thursday evening as guests of Mrs A. Zweifel. At cards, high, Mrs Paul Phillips; second high, Mrs Hugh Shirk and low, Mrs John Ramus. , The birthdays of Mrs Phillips and Mrs Jess Lindebak were observed. Tuesday Club Meets The first meeting of the fall of the Tuesday club was held in ;he farm home of Mrs Albert Genrich, Mrs Harold Dellit assisting hostess. Mrs George Hobscheidt was a guest. Mrs Allyn Brink, new president, presided at the business neeting and named her commit- ee's for the year. "School Days" was th topic presented by Mrs George Johnon. ' Here From Arizona Mr and Mrs E. A. Guderian heir son Mr and Mrs Maynard Guderian, daughters Pat and Pam f Phoenix, Ariz., arrived for a wo week's visit here, visiting her brother Mr and Mrs John Bockes, while the Maynard Guderian's are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Christensen. Dinner For Guests Mr and Mrs John Bockes and Kathyrn entertained at dinnei Thursday evening in honor of his sister Mr and Mrs E. A. Guderian, their son and family Mr and Mrs Maynard Guderian, Phoenix, Ariz, visiting here. Guests included Mr and Mrs Harry Christensen and Mr and Mrs Stanley Genrich. Mrs Van Hansen, who was a medical patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, underwent surgery there, Monday. Her condition is 'reported as satisfactory. Mrs Anna Hanselman has news of her second great grandson, urant Williams, weight, seven pounds and eleven ounces was born Sept. 14, to Mr and Mrs Robert Swan at Iowa City. They have an older son, three year old Michael. Miss Adeline Koestei^ senior high school student in Mankato came Friday for the weekend in Public Card Party Thurs. Eve. Sept. 30 beginning at 8:00 p. m. at the VFW Hall Bridge - Canasta - 500 Prizes will be awarded and luncheon served. Tickets — 50c The general public is cordially nvifed to attend ihis card party, which is sponsored by ihe Calho- ic Daughters of America. ADMISSION TO SPECIAL CARTOON SHOW: CHILDREN (Under 12) lOc - All Others 25c ALCONA^ SATURDAY ONLY - OCT. 2 BIG SPECIAL CARTOON SHOWS AT 11 A. M. - 12 NOON - 1:00 P. M. CONTINUOUS FROM 11 A. M. A IWK/ UNTIL 2 P, M. FEATURE LENGTH LAUGH RlOTl (Last complete showing Starts at 1:00 P. M.) One Hour home of her parents Mr and Mrs Adolph Koester and family. Recent visitors in the G. M. nd Fred Will homes were sisters f the men Marie and Elsie Will f Chicago, 111. and Mrs Gertrude Milkens of-Fort Worth, Texas. They came to visit their mother Ytrs Mary Will at the home of er daughter Mr and Mrs Pete Robinson in Corwith. Harold Meyer, and C. O. Mclellan left Wednesday for some shing in Minnesota.. Joseph L. Lichty, his sister •Miss Grace Lichty left Friday morning for a two week's visit in Chicago at the homes of their brothers. Miss Esther Merkle spent Saturday in Cedar Falls, attending a workshop educational meeting-at the Iowa State Teachers' 'College. Mrs Helen Wood of Armstrong is visiting in the home of her daughter and family Mr and Mr* John Blumer. Mrs Frank Gronbach went Wednesday to the home of her daughter and 1 family Mr and Mr W. Dale Brayton in Fort Dodge The children had been ill and th oldest daughter Jeannie- is a patient in Lutheran hospital. Mr and Mrs Earl Janssen were Monday evening dinner guests in Emmetsburg at the home of his brother Mr and Mrs Wilbur Janssen and family. Mr and Mrs Percy Brink, Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty visited Mrs Van Hansen a surgical patient at Mercy hospital,.Fort Dodge, Wednesday evening. Mrs Sula Frantz is spending lome time with her daughter Mrs Sunice Cleveland at her farm home near Gilmore City, since the recent, death of "Mr Wesley Cleveland. Mr and Mrs Ralph' Dimler visited Mr and Mrs Earl Buck* ingham in Eagle Grove Tuesday afternoon, Mr Buckingham has just returned from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. They are the parents of Mrs Gordon Dimler, who with M/Sgt. Gordon Dimler and children are stationed in Frankfurt, Germany. West Point is the oldest U. S. military post now in service. . ;< ;i, • --f J •-,•— ; ryt -j? lifting price- as fairly cibse to 'that v' thfe seller will let US'., If priced too;, higrt pf cotfrie "No Sale". I believe thfese farms will iritefest someone "'as 'they are priced according to Value. Keeping in mind the value and condition of the buildings and the"soil, also the percentage' of tillable land. MSO Acres The Gus Troge, Estate. 5 mi. S.'Of Osage. — $225.00 108 Acres 5 mi. S. of Osage — $115.00 ^ 160 Acres 3% mi. fi. Stacy- vllle. Newly 'painted;— $200.00 •320 Acres Or Would .sell 240 acres 3 mi. E. of Meyer —"-$150.00 '160 Acres Good buildings and completely tiled. 4 mi. S. I'/i E. of RicevOle.— $187.50 120 Acres 2'/6 mi. W. of Stacyville. Modern — $275.00 160 Acres* 2% mi. N."% E. of Osage. Modern — $300.00 175 Acres 2% mi. E. 3 N. of St. Ansgar — $250.00 33 Acres East adjoining Mitchell — $9500.00 ' J 184 Acres 1 mi. N.W. 1 mi. W. of Floyd, Iowa — $210:00 250 Acres> 7 mi. S. 1 mi. E. of Osage — $180.00 345 Acres 4 mi. E. 5Vfe S. of Osage. Modern — $225.00 160 Acres 5 mi. E. of Little !edar. Make an offer 80 .'Acres 1 mi: S. % E. of Orchard. — $300.00 160 Acres 4 mi. E. 6 mi. S. 3% of Osage — $150.00'' 207 Acres 1% mi. N. % W. ol ,,— $125,00 • - |f& -Ort pavfng. 4"nil, E. of- Rfcevtlle, An .'Estate, Ah> ,one- with-' a little; .Wsidrt .can get themselves? a fflM: fyefi! • loc'ated with 1 Ml set of buildlrtes. With a little conservation practice -and rock removal which one can aJE- ford considering the purchase price, a very good farm ,will result. $7200.00 will hahdle.—$110.00 Time is getting short to buy these farms for 1965 possession. Let us show ybu these farms. Moore it Olsen, Realtors Osage, Iowa Phone 400 .> (jjg») prided $8,200. See Joel. M. Her- FOR SALE—ROOMY, MODERN bungatow, oak floors, paved, oil heat; possession, priced' to % sell. See Joel M. Herbst; ," 3d FOR SALE — 7 ROOM HOME,' all .gone .over 2 years ago; 3 bedrooms, electric water- heater, SMORGASBORD every Sunday serving from 5 lo 9 p. m. — all home cooked food. . Special Children Rales ' at Hands Park — Fairmont, Slinn. Square Dance Club now organizing — If ydu like to square dance, everyone does, it's a coming fun. Write or call 4902, Mrs, E. L. Hand, Fairmont, Minn. Hands Park will have special callers and live music. Organize as'a set or singles. Adult program on Tuesdays and teenagers on Friday starting about Oct. 12. HANDS PARK' Fairmont, Minn. ' Miscellaneous APPLIANCE REPAIRS 1fre dt& equipped to hlndle and -all repairs,to name Appliances, lai'ge ot small . . . refrigerators, freezers,- washers, ironetS) etc. ,We stock wringer roils for all washers.' Quick, efficient service", BEECHER LAN'S APPLIANCES SEE ME FOR REAL fiARGAlNS In farms, Joans,. drainage sur * Mere is an oppbrtunliy to buy 4 business thai shows' .$56dfl net lot 1953- and the asking 'price of only $8500 ; Includes building 1 . with modern apartment, equipment!, fixtures and 49 'F&rS truck. Lo* cated at Ringstedi la. '. Merritt Giffin, Redltbr wyjng and estimates on tile. Phil : ~ :— ! — J. Kbhlhaaa, Phoae 22. Algona tfn IF It'S NEWS _*-* WB WAkT IT ALCONAvv COMING S U NDA Y! A THOUSAND RECKLESS MILES TO GO — - AND EVEfcY, CURVE A SHORT CUT TO DANGER! TONY CURTIS PIPER LAURIE The story of a boy who built a dream jif speed ->' r i ( '*|fik ...and dared ^ 9m the World to follow! ENDS TUESDAY: "BLAZING FOREST" PLUS: "SOUTH SEA WOMAN' 7 Every Nite This Week Is "$ Buck Nite DRIVE WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY Victor Mature Mari Blctnchard "VEILS OF BAGDAD" in Technicolor Alan Ladd ShelleyWinters "SASKATCHEWAN" in Technicolor FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY "FORT Tl" and "DESPERATE SEARCH" • Drive-In closes after next Sunday's show. Thanks for your "patronage and see you next season! with PAUL KELLY- ILKA CHASE • SIDNEY BLACKMER -,RUTH HAMPTON COATS Only Once A Year Buys Like These 10 98 *24 • CURLS • TWEEDS • FLEECES • NOVELTIES • COAT LEGGING SETS, TOOI • ALL SIZES FROM 2 TO 14 Only once a year can you find buys like thesel Beautifully fashioned girls coats in fine, sturdy materials . . . interlined or insul-lined for winter-long warmth ... and wearing famous labels that mean full quality (usually at much higher prices!) See them for sure at Graham's this week — a festival of Coats for girlsl SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS! Wonderful, warm jackets for boys of all ages . . . • Wool Plaids • Nylon Gabardines • Lined Poplins • Heavy "B-9's" WELCOME! BAND VISITORS Sized from 2 to 14 and budget-priced) 5 98 .«10 98 For the Toddlers . . , Pram suits and. one-gnd two piece snpwsuits of washable NYLON) A REAL VALUE AT ONLY 698 & 798

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