The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1955
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2-Algeno (la.) Upper Des Mains* Thursday, August 55, 19lS Mr and Mrs Claude Seeley are being 'Visited; by Mrs Christopher Me Whortcr of Denver, Colo. Percy Atkinson and Olio Westling were at Leo Heinen'*, Friday for a picnic lunch prepared'and served by the men. •• ', , Mr and Mrs W. A. Hfcrdy rfe- turned last week Thursday from a ten days vacation spent at Grand Rapids, Minn. Mrs Anna Madson was visiled Sunday by her son and daughter- in-law. Mr and Mrs Ray Madseii and family, of Fort Dodge. Sheila Ann Hansen has concluded her vacation and has returned to her-nursing at the Iowa Methodist hospital, 'Des Mtiines. Mr and Mrs Henry Guderian were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Carl Guderian and David of Cobb. Wis. The men are cousins. Robert Befl, Leroy Crapser and Elmer Phillips recently went to Rapidan, Minn., for some fishing. They report only fair luck. Kalherine Fraser who is employed at Minneapolis, Minn., spent., the ; weekend .here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser. x Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen are being visited this week ( by their grandson . Brian Schram, ;-son of Mr and.Mrs Herbert Schram, of Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Bert Cronan drove lo Mason City, Monday, to meel their daughter Opal, Mrs James Cronan of Plainview, Tex., who will .visit here a few weeks. Mr and Mrs Andrew^ Hansen and daughter Sheila Ann, drove to Joice. Sunday and visited Mamie Kitlle.son, former teacher of Mr Hansen many years ago. Mrs Sarah Geigel was visiled Tuesday by Mr and Mrs Henry Babler of Monroe, Wis. They had been at the Black Hills and Canistota, S. D. and wore enroute home. Mr and Mrs Herman Sliein- block, Judy and David spent Sunday at Des Moines. Mrs Stienblock went to see her father, Walter, 77, who is a hospital patient. IrenB Fraser who leaches at Owalonna, Minn., has returndd from a vacation trip to Cuba. She is at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser till the openinc of school. Mrs Ella Poller was in St. Ann hospital awnue ago for a brieC time but is again at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Potter. Sunday she had as visitors Mr and Mrs Lee Pratt of Burt. Ann Haase has returned from Onawa where she spent a week with Karen Thompson and her parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Thompson. Ann is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Gail Haase. Mr and Mrs Clyde Lloyd are parents of a daughter born Monday at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Misty Ann. She is the first child and her mother is the former Sherrie Spear. Mrs Osla Thompson has returned from Eagle Grew where she visited a week with hur sisters, Mrs Rhanda Thompson, Mrs M. O. Thompson, and Mrs Severt NcTvig and the ruspi'ctive families. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld have been .visited by their stfn-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Marion Donahue and family of Forest City .and William^ Bocholz, rtmsin Of. Mi's Geilenfeld ! of Raymond, Minn. Mr arid Mrs Clem Cavanaugh and Mr and Mrs Tony Schmilt drove to Clare, Sunday, to attend ;r-dinner given by the women o. the Catholic church there. Clem Cnvannugh is working in the Rcxall drug store at Britt this week. Mr and Mrs John Gerber had as guests last week thd latter'si brother, Joe '• Aeschliman of Secor, III., and John Alt and soh Lloyd, of Medaryville, Ind. The Alts also visited Mr and Mrs Chris Alt, brother and sister-in-law of John. Mrs Francis Wilhelmi and children have joined Mr Wilhelmi at Topoka, Kan., .after a three month's visit here with the parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph ;Valen- line. Mr Wilhelmi has been in service in Africa during this time. Mr and Mrs Ted Fuchsen had MT and Mrs George Stewart Jr., and son Dickie of Phoenix, Ariz., as dinner guests Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Fuchsen attended a family, reunion Sunday at the parental P-. J. Fuchsen's at Whittemore. Mrs Carrie Haase was visiled last week by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harry Phillips of Jewel and Glen Haase of Webster City. Another son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Hammon are expected this week from Newi Orleans, La. Mrs Ed Reilly, nee Celia Plalhe and her son and daughter came from Janesville, Wis., to attend a family reunion. They are at West Bend with Plathe relatives and Mrs J. B. Mertz and Mrs Thilges. Mrs Plathe was employed by.»Mi;s Ann Fechncr in the Elite hat shop 35 years ago. Mrs Kalherine Gray went lo Iowa Falls Tuesday to visit her mother. She is also getting some household things, having moved into the John Foth apartment on North Thoringlon street. The William Foths have been living in the apartment but have now -rented and moved into the ''CoVmey" Herman house which has been vacated by Mr and Mrs Tony Guzowski. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent Sr. were recently visited by their sister- in-law, Mrs Jay Kent, of Missis- BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL! 1 Ream — 500 Sheets TYPING PAPER 98c Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORMS-SCREENS io more long hours of changing and storing with permanent, self- storing Alumatics . . . once up, they're up for good! No tools, no ladders, no worries! You save on fuel bills too! Alumafics have automatic weath- crstripping. for protection from drafts . . . keep heat in and cold out! Control your own ventilation initantly wivb a flick of the finger. I Plca»c have your silcsmjn call. 1 | undcnund there ij no obligjtioo. Kohlhaas Hdwe. id and Pat Cullen NO STOfcM WINDOW CAN BJE COMMUTE WITHOUT ViLGLIQfi. N Cif> Stale sippi. who went from het-e to, Winona, Minn., to spend some 1 lime with her sister^ Mrs W. C. McDougall. Mr and Mrs Bob McDougall and liltlfe daughter KfiS- tin arc living at Pipestofie, Minn. Bob is employed by the Bostford Lumber Company ahd his father, is assistant manager at Winona. The McDougalls will be well- remcmbered here. Mr and Mt* ft*A Gsigel at* on vacation and have gone to Rowley, Mass., to attend a national Jewitt family reunion. They did some sight seeing enroute and one point of, interest , was the Niagara Falls from the Canadian side. Their daughter, Mrs Gor- aid ,Voit of Arrtes. r visite"d hei' brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bob Geigel,in Nova Scotia, Can., and with .theW went as fftr HS Ames ;Whefe" she ;will again tciich in the schools, the Geigels went on to their 1 h6me at Amarillo. Tex. During the absence o( his wife, Mr Voit and litfle son James Richard, have been with Mr Volt's parents at Fenton. Dies In Des Moines Whiiietitqre — Mr and Mrs Raymond K^eVijb attended funeral services for Anthony Keene, 76, an uncle, at Des Moines, Saturday. He is a .former resident of Whitternore, going there in 1928. Two brothers, Casper of Des Moines, and Theodore of Whitte- inore, also survive. 6 Injuries In Trio Of Area Car Mishaps , Sis persons received minor injuries in three accidents during the weekend in the north half of Kossuth County. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood investigated the crashes.„ ? -An 'atito driven by Joel Ffan cis Vollmar, 16, Bancroft, hit a blimp-and rolled into a ditch 2 l (~ miles south and 1V£ miles wesi of Bancr6ft Saturday, morning at 8 a.nii Phyllis Vollmar, 20, a. pas- singer in the auto,, received a cut on the arm and Joel got scratches and , gravel Burns. Both were > treated at St. Ann hospital. An estimated $300 damage resulted to the car. • Autos driven by Bertha M. Lura, Rola,nd, and Charles R. •Hook, Bemidji, Minn, collided a mile south and three miles east of Elmore at 5:45 p.m. Saturday. Each oar was damaged an estimated $125. A pick-up, driven by Mildred W. Green of Cambridge, crashed two miles west of Swea City Monday at 9:45 a.m., but luckily the driver and three passengers received only minor hurts: The vehicle went off the road onto the shoulder, ricocheted back and forth across the highway and finally rolled into a ditch. Two boys, Gary Green, 14, and Richard Ballard, 6, were riding in the back of the truck, and Mrs Richard Ballard, 30, was in'the cab with the driver fit the time of the accident. All four are from Cambridge and Were headed on a fishing trip at the lime. The Ballard boy. had his right shoulder injured,, young Green got a skinned arm, Mrs Ballard got bruises, a cut nose and forehead, and Mrs Green injured her right' 'hip, All-' four'were' treated by Dr. Snyder in Swea City. The highway was Strewn for a time with equipment that was thrown from the truck. An estimated $450 damage to the pickup was reported. Four Inducted Four Kossuth young,men were inducted into the armed forces at Des Moines, last week, and are at Camp Chaffee, Ark. They are Donald J. darken of • Lu Verne, Harvey B. Isebrand of Titonka, Harold G. Grandgenett of St. Benedict and Robt. F. Dodds of Algona. . Washington bid farewell to the : officers of his army at ,Fraunce"s Tavern in New York City. Mention Dewel for Lieut, 6dv, Duane E. Dewel, state 1 ' senator from Kossuth county, has been one of four Republicans mentioned as a possible candidate for the G.O.P. nomination for lieutenant governor in the 1956 race, with the announcement that Lt. Gov. Leo Elthon .will not be a candidate, • Others mentioned in political stories from Des Motives are Sen. X. T. Prentis of Mount Ayr, Rep. Wendell Pendleton of Storm Lake and Rev. Ernest Kosek of Cedar Rapids. A, large field, is antjcipat- ed, - the story says. ' Contract Let On New City Sewer A Bagley firm, Clark and Frit/, Construction Co.,.\vns the successful bidder on two sewer projects following opening 'of bids during the weekly council meeting Thursday" night. Sanitary sfcwey .for ''the newly established 'district number. T2 in the northwest portion of Algona and storm sewer 1 for the Elm nhd Garfield streets' area will be completed at a total cost of $31,'805.40 as> soon as necessary tile is available. The sanitary sewer project is the big one. The total there is $24,981, and the Clark and Frit?, bid was almost $3,000 uftder that of Ernster and Co. of > Waterloo. Other bidders were Gjellefald Associates, Inc., Forest City, $28, : , 090.20, and Thorson Construction Co., Balaton, Minn., $31,000. The same firms bid on t,if> storm sewer project, and wliiA the Thai-son bid on this portion wis $6400, or $400 under Clark and Frit?., the Thorson bid was tied—they wanted-both or none. Ernster's bid was also tied. It was for $7,198, while Gjellefald s was $8,295. .* XT Building permits for Dick Norton, Glen Harms, Mrs J. .H Nie!- soh, Mclvin -Bay, John O roe ft. Craig .Smith and John R. Carroll were approved.' Bay is building a new home on Overmcyer Drive which will be valued at $15,200. A'permit lor Mrs Janice Klinker was turned down for failure, of compliance with I h c zoning ordinance. v CilJ bills were paid and Mrs Nat Bangs was appointed by the mayor to replace W. C. Dewel on I lie library board. Her term will empire July 1; 1956. , Has Heart Attack s WhjUemore — Mrs H. W. Behnke suffei i ea i a heart attack, Friday rooming, and was taken to St. Ann hospital in Algona, where she was placed in an oxygen tent. She is slowly improving. Her daughter, Mr? Wilbei:! Habcrknmp of Ros- clle, j, P. Cdutf tint i Three fihfcs we're I levied? in Justice C. H. Ostwihkle'g court during the past week. Vernon E. Klein, Irvington,: paid $5. arid costs due to delinquint truck plates, Walter J. f bilges, Algona, was assessed $5 ftfld costs for failing to dim his lights, and RaljSh L. Crawford, Mason City, paid $1Q arid costs for failing to have a registration card and delinquittt plates on his truck. Has Champ Sftftf John Reding, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Reding of St. Joe showed the grand champion baby beef at the Humboldt County fait. He showed a Hereford. This is his second year for winning grand champion. John also' won the showmanship award. _ ~~ Wyeth's Bicillin Fortified Advertited In This Month's FARM * HOME Section HONSBRUCH DRUGS GRANULATED BEET IO-L8. DAGr C Limit I bad please) .\ .•*~- i*~v4 , *fc~~* •9 ' *,. » " »•<**»• 85c /A CIL A.. OFFER OOOD .€> > " 1 ^^ PRICES FOR. -AUG-. 26M.+ 27tH QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. SUM-R-MD wir^s COUNCIL OAK COPFFEDAG3 ONLY COUNCIL OAK (Offff A4MT 77/f 5XJ(?5 fORMTRA SAVINGS ! A f* « COP size TENDER,' SAVOKV BOSTON BUTV PORK ROASTS LB. 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