The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1955
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Heart Attack], Fatal For Ada Blumer, Age 53 • Services fM Mi?s Ada Blumer 53, tower < resident, bl LuVerhe were |held Mdriday; at' 10 .a;rri/. in Richatdsoh's' -•Euheral} Chapel;- in Algona. > Rev.i Kent. Pjnheb, •'pap- tor of .tfie Eplifcopal- Church j ! of- fieiaMd,: and .burial'was ;'ln 'the Luvefrie, Cerhetei'y. " ' ; ':. Miss '' filumer, daugtiler pi Joseph and Barbara Blumer.,:Was born April 25, 1902 at LiiVerhe. She .attended -school there, graduated 'frormLuVerne high' schoOi and Went ;intd nurses training at St. Luke's; Hospital*: Chicago, She later : graduated from Chicago University. ••-.-•• At the time of her death, she was a medical social .worker with *the veteran's administration in the state of Indiana. She dieo suddenly of a heart attack in .a- hotel at Terra Haute Wednesday, Aug. 17. ' * ' Miss Blumer is survived by five sisters and three brothers. They are.i iMr% • Arm Barnes,? Homer, Nfb.;' Btff-bfPa fofhranf Buluth, Minn.^MVs MariJ*Qgrerl|apd Eaw. Blume* 1 ! Algoffajf Peter, Mred, Luella and* Sdrahf LuVwhe^ A' brother, Henry, died only a short time ago. -, Pallbearers" at the* f-unfera'l'were Charles Hanselman, Henry Pergande, •* Ernest Meyer; • <Gerhart Meyer, Bernard Wolfe> and- Lewis Merkle.' ' ••'•- •-.••• • " •'' i Ex-Resident Of' Burt Succumbs Burl—Mrs- S. 'C".\JbhnSo'rt, 'Stillwater, Minn, passed away Sunday, Aug. 14, ip>a hbspital at Stillwater. She will be'remeber- ed as Lizzie Rirjgsdorf. Mrs Johnson was 81 years'old. Funeral services were held Thursday at -Stillwafer, /-Those attending from Burt ; Were Mrs Will Ringsdorf, Donald Ringsdorf, Roy RingEdorf.-i'Mrs Neva Shipler and Mi's ^Clara-Shannon.; 'scUooL Hpusfi How much is a school house .vorth? Recently . eight rur L qhools in.' the Postville schoo. district'sold, bringing a total'o $4,974.50 for the buildings and contents. L ;•'•*£"* 9 . • ; -f ; , , , ^ ..•(.-••'•••..«,,.• -> > . • j Dr. M. S. Miller,jJn picture al left, peers hiltf i hff moutfc of ,^'p^id Krai, 4,' of Mallard/'David** father, Dr. J. W. Krai looks on at th&Ueft; T,w<jj dentists Were "on duty at'the .anhiial 6hildren's'clinic',; Qlonff With tWO ^I'^liriMd-Hefe <«»^\ $inslin + «I«ir4M*« w** J u l_^ —i 1 !. i!.. ;_ 1:'_!_. . '. , • • . v , >._ , ,, T> . ,„ . f\s,- two pediatricians an i six. other, specialists; • ;• Karen Ann, 4Vfe year old daughter of Mr and, M rs f Jack .Booth, .Algpna,' is getting the from Dr.'-Read,'pediatrician from Iowa University, .-in' the.'picture at-right, ^t. the'; annual 'hiMron'c nlttiln hoTiT n* Qf A«*v UT n c. n U n 1''l'ir n ^^« M 3_i.. A.}-1 5* >n_ *..i..^_ I.IL '„ ti :.D''t-' ' Prices 50 % to 90 COME SEE FOR YOURSELF/ V >..'.*-':' ains Galore ! SALE STARTS i M Aug. 26 Closes Sat. Night, Sept. 3 Final Close-Out EVERYTHING MUST GO! ALL FIXTURES FOR SALE, ALSO at Carman S Dress Shop & Variety Store BURT, IOWA -P( , ... , , . t -i'- '#^ ""* . .i~™ ••»• •«••»• v> u> v. r f , . AJA Hilt • IJJt. VUl t; Mfc- -, » *t» m * "» -.v — ,-• • -.- • rr-. :hildren's clinic held* at St. Ann Hospital Wednes lay, Aug. }7., Temporary offices, were set.up for of specialists for,the o^e-day clinic. A total of ,62'children';from eight- .cblintied Were , tnn ovont fTTr\noi" n*\t. A^n*Mart 41^nU !»i^\ •••'•'' • i . ' .. •.' i • - . ' > •: T \ t.*i he large'staff .Decked during the.event. (Upper Des Moines flash totb),'.,-,,; , !~n .,*'.-!'.' ,. » ~ ; ; .Th6 annual?ch'iidreri's clb ^^ I ^^ ^ g 'At '•• Ariri' !Vtrt'cWtfn1 : 1X7«J*—* Cancel Otfosen Flower Show Due To Drouth . Oitosan r— /The. ^Flower Show sponsored annually,, for .'the pas several years'by, the Ladies Rura Club wuJ'fnot.'be held this yea due to ,dry weather conditions .This; decisions was reached -atnhe first meeting for the Club held Thursday afternoon at the homp of Mrs DeV.ere Newton. -Yearly ' reports for' the pas year were 'giVen and accepted secret sisters were disclosed and he group voted'to continue this hrough the coming..year. The point system, .wjth a contest picnic at the end of the year will also >e . continued. • Mrs William 3ennett gave the lesson on Florda. Guests were Mrs Olvin Haug, Ats Vincent Salz, 'Mrs Ted Jnderberg, Mrs Fred Kampen, Mrs John Nielsen, Mrs Harold Mountain and Mrs .Knut' Oppedahl. The, next,meeting will be September 8' at the home of Mrs Albert Thofsen,, ; Old Buddies Reuriile during World War II.' Monday Mrs Vincent Salz was sponsor for Dean Michael, infant son of Mr and Mrs Clete Salz of Whitte more, at baptism at St. Michael's Shurch in Whittemorel ' Floriat) Faber of St. Joe was the other sponsor. Following the services the Vincent Salz' family were dinner guests at the Clete Salz lome. Lutheran Aid A lesson on Foreign Missions was given by Mrs Percy Watnem at the regular meeting of th° Lutheran Ladies Aid Wednesday ifternoon in the church parlors, -lostesses for the meeting were Urs Joe Traub and Mrs John Vmaas. A girls quartet, Wanda Jacobson, Martha Usher, Shir- Corn Bin Shortage Cited Quoted From Des Moines Register Article, Weds., July 13 "At Ihe same time, True Morse, undersecre- farm storage of this year's cro ' more bins for storage they will need." FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY We Will Sell At Last Year's Price *58/* • t SPEEDY Corn Crib 1200 BUSHEL CAPACITY CRIB 289.50 REGULAR PRICE $375.00 THIS CRIB is cheaper than any competitive crib for h^e : capacily and is high in quality. We h«T« sold the "SPEEDY" crib to many farmers in th» am —they all like it. This crib U made of 5 guage wire mesh, thick as a quarter-inch bolt. Ribbed jr«of. anchored 8 limes. Permanently attached ladder. Sold and delivered complete. We can offer a quantity p| these cribs at the old last year's price, and will do so. This can be your quick, easy and economical solution to-storage shortage on y9ur place. Over 50 Satisfied Customers To Check With FronVlast Yeqr Come in and Get the Facts on This Crib — and Its Low Price RADLEY BROS; clinic 'a 'St. Ann 'hospital, 1 Wednesday Aug. 17, was a'huge .success, ac cording to Dr. .Charles -Pattoti director of "the one-^day event. 1 total of 62 children were 'register ed,' and each got a thorougl going over by the'six doctors anc six specialists from the University 6f Iowa who conducted the clinic '.' Parents' from H'ancotk, Hum boldt, Emmet, Poca'htmtas, Pale Alto, Winnebagb,; Wright and Kos suth counties brought children't the hospital on. family " orders. ' ' • ' •' . Although called the crippled children's: clinic it was poinlea out by the staff the title' ,is mis leading, as.a very v small percent age of the children 'registered are erippled. ,A;child does not-haye to be crippled to attend, because any v boy or girl referred'to the clinic by their family doctor may take; advantage bf the axaniiria- tions' offered. ' • •' • ' Two orthopedists, Dr. Barnett arid Dr. Allway, two pediatricians, Dr. Re'a.d and Dr. P'attoh, two dentists,' Dr.' Miller and Dr. DeG90yer, and Miss Estel, John Taylor 1 ; Mary Herke, Carl- Belts, Bernadeen Laures and' Muriel Lehman all, specialists in' varioiis fields, were-included on the staff, and performed "their duties in tem- jorary offices on first floor and n the basement of St. Ann. The ^egipn Auxiliary, and 'Red Cross urnished helpers to. aid "in'the egistrations and give information, and the auxiliary^ sery£d last Frlday-TrOm'lowaiCity-where, she had a cataract rernp^ed'from her eye... She is np>v at the SIST, son Rest Home in Humbpldt. "". Mrs • Essie ; Cooper an'd . Mrs Mike . Cpyle- were pjwsent at a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs Cliffprd Lander at Humbpldt Tuesday afternoon.. , . •'., ... Mr and Mrs ; Antone. Wae'chtey,joined a lamily-group for a picnic at Call State Park ii Algona,-Sunday evening., Sunday dinner .guests ;at,th' Roy .Enpcksqn home ; were Ih Enocksons" daughters and son^in law, Mr ; and Mrs Lowell Shel gren .and daughter Mary . Jo' b Gilmpre City and Barbara,Enbck? son of Humbpldt. Mr and Mrs-Earl Qlson enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Gu} Kern home at Rolfe Su'nday. Mi and Mrs Marlyn Pflibsen a Jeanne of Bode accorhpariiec :hem.. ' - . Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle wef? 3unday evening visitors .at the Martin Meyer home. Jean arid Cathryn Brandhoij of Bradgate ire visiting a few days with their jrandpare.nts, Mr. and Mrs Mike -oyle. . ' . '. ' . ncsflrfy M6(> nilies. 3M for .Miles I City, Mlftii 'ffih efeiJPonald w to look tst&' m, MSfests of Wl % fatheri '®8<! - tteifsoh, who Ms a rattfch rteaf t vn "t Ke. Cli/fof 4 MeGf egoi* jf afrti, a new neri nbu^e, and other'farm building repair work 13 completed. A,t. iliiSj-*" •" -»^'"" fafm a new la'fgi isjbuilt, and.som 6ij farm horrie.' ^ .•, Miss Barbara DodspA pf - .Watet- j_j called last^eeH', We'SheadaV bn friends Emir Larson's and th'e Ldwell Larson's. liMr and Mrs Walter Wickstfom jr)d'their four: children of St. ?aul were Sunday visitors at the «Jme of her grahdmothef, Mrs {DIAMOND'S C SURPLUS t: . . - . • ' | Pre-Seasbn Special! Sadie Anderson and to attend the wMSlni* 6f tianfft* Thackfeify »«nd» Bf fl*r Shftfer* Sflntiay* aftei^off* I *.-^:^*-'^» •**¥ *''* W.»v*< <»;. %--'0r •'*.' V *• 9 *• ii&jf iv-Mfc and ;Mrs J«-.,: W^fcaftjMM: •SUfcteri ' tfeKi'^fflifc: Kcentl 6 mifal the 'hoW 6f his \VaWtpinfp .nfl; W v '-";f,?r • Mr *a'nd'Mrs Wy Lord '"of AM•o«a, who are Visiting ;.fr!etids 'here* were- SatuMay 1 evening din ner f guests son's. ..'•' •'.',•' 'V •-..,•'..-"•'•' ;.of v and Mrs-fi6ififlld .JdrTMon, left : ... ( ,_. s;: ^SW«p;. f A:!fir^ 'd^sfrfiyed ^six .buildings, Iricludifti tKe barn, bn the 'Mar- , Virtf\Lippill >f,flrhi fleii: .Riceville,:! recently, The wage stmerd' m'the H lOOtfMtjor" fc ~" At thej'Jaeket^tore" at -noon. Mr and Mrs Frank' Haverfield lunch to, the children an'd"staS of Evanston, Il\;,visited Saturday «•* «— -.11 and Sunday at the Vincent Salz home. The 'men were together in the 280th Q. M. ; Refrig. Co' • The; six doctors were guests of the/ Kossuth County Medical Society at their dinner meeting the night before the clinic. DqS tors Read and Patton discussed rheumatic feve,r patients and Dr. Barnett discussed pigeon toes after the regular meeting. ley Alme and'Janice Vinaas, sang. . Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen received, a telephone message informing them they are the grandparents of a spn'born to Mr and Mrs Robert McLuen of Union City, New Jersey. He has been named Kenneth Kevin. This is the first grandchild for the Mc- Luens. One group of the Presbyterian Women's Organization, Mrs Roy Telford, chairman served lunch at the IHC machinery demonstration held Friday on the Deanne Telford and LeRoy Worby farm. They cleared about 15 dollars. This same group will Kold a sale at the regular meeting of the organization Friday, Aug. 26. * Thursday evening the Luther League gathered at«the Chester Alme home to honor two members who are leaving the group. Barbara Enockson is now employed at the Northwestern Bell Telephone office in Humboldt and Janice Vinaas will leave September 5 to attend Waldorf College at Forest City. Sunday afternoon callers at the Eugene Hofius home were Mr and Mrs Clyde Foster and Mrs Mabel Harrison of Grinnel and Mrs Cora Bacon of Algona. In the evening all were picnic supper guests at the Floyd Bacon home near Burt. Mr and Mrs Olaf Bruvik and son Curtis, were Thursday evening visitors at the Harry Rutz. home near Livermore for Mrs' Rutz' birthday. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper i family were Sunday visitors the home of her parents, Mr Mrs Alfred Jensen at Rc/dnsaa. Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth anfl daughter Susan of Algona visitea Sunday afternoon and evening at the Oliver Kinseth home. •: Mrs Jack Crane came home . at JanetThackery A Bride, Aug. 21, At Armstrong : Swea & Eagle-iJanet Thackery, niece of Mr and Mrs John Jongberg of Armstrong and Bruce E. Shafer of Milwaukee, son of Mr'and Mrs E. Shafer were married in a double ring service, at. the Free-Methodist' Church in Armstrong, Sun., Aug. 21. Richard Becker of Wessington Springs S. 'D. 'and Che'ryle, Torine sang. The bride, given in marriage bj her uncle,_Jphn,''Jpngberg, Vas at tended by" a f flend' Karon Quas- tad. The bridegroom was attend ed by his brother, Allen Shafei Donna Jongberg was flower girl Following services a reception was held at the Church parlor The table center piece was a five-tiered white wedding cakt decorated in white and yellow and topped with miniature bride and bridegroom.. Cutting the cake was Mrs Walter Wickstrojr of St. Paul. Mrs Ellis Jongberg poured punch, -and Mrs Arder Jongberg poured coffee. The bride, a graduate of Armstrong . high school, attendee Junior College at .Wessington Springs, S. D. last year. ,S,he wil teach a rural school this fall.'The bridegroom after finishing high school in Milwaukee has finished two years college at. Wessingtor Springs, S. D. and will attenc college at Brookings this fall, .The newly weds left on a shorl wedding trip, and will be at home at Brookings, S. D. on Sept, 1. 5000 Mile Trip"""" . : ' .' Mr and Mrs Emil Larson returned home last week Wednesday • after a three week trip <^/:<- Shfe mm BUCKS HOLDS ON LAY-AWAY BCtfSP^RKa 9-oi. genuine :; M o u n i'a i ri cloth. | Warmly quilt lined. Storm wristlets. Mouton Irimmed hood. $n nn Elastic back.-6-20 ij 'CPiOO Voted to b'e "most seen shoe" at the better "coke-tail" parlies, White Bucks by Grinnell present .casual comfort In the modern style. Genuine GOODYEAR Welt construction. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN A.' NELSON. Deceased IN PROBATE Notice of Appointment of Executrix IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOB KOSSUTH COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the estate o! John A. Nelson late of Kossuth County Jowa, Deceased. All persons In any .mariner indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them, in, l|ke manner-, and fprm a« by law required, fpr allowance and pavment. " i ; . '. ;,*'/'"• Dated this 8th day (if August A,, D. 1955- '• : . . ~, . ' /s/ Emma pi Nelsen, . Executrix 'ot said .^iate Garfleld, Baker & Miller. *' r -'— ..-;H:: ? Are Too Important To N«g)ecn : - ' < J , ' M 5 >;<«-*;.?».; (Practice Limited to the Feet) ji , •?,(»! &£* s$£$$Sf* 'ii. r «iU-,/i :•-** » i '.'! '.e< A Farm' Polic^ also cpy^rs tractor and livestock the farmer could be liable for. »nd numerous other ,ic,cjden ! ta L S. B A PHQNE 103 t Awtoi»obile • Uability § Hail '

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