The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 36
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6-Algeno (la.) Upper Des Mdin§§ Thursday, Autjutf 25, 1955 Heart Attack Fatal For Ada Blumer, Age 53 Snrvirrs for Mi«s Aria Blumer, M. former resident of LuVornc. \vrie held Monday at 10 a.m. in Richnrdson's Funeral Chapel in Alaona. Rev. Kent Pinnt>o, pns- 1")- of the Episcopal Church, officiated. :md. burial was in the l-iiVerne Cemetery. Miss Blumer, daughter Oi Joseph and Barbara Blumer, was b:>rn April 25. 1902 at LuVerne. She attended school there, Rrnd- unicd from LuVcrne high schoo, and wont into nurses training at -St. Luke's Hospital. Chicago.'She latrr graduated from Chicago University. At (he time of her death, she \vas a medical social worker with Die veteran's administration in the state ul Indiana. She clieo suddenly of a heart attack in a hotel at Terra Haute Wednesday. Aug. 17. Miss Blumer is survived by five sisters and three brothers. Thev are Mrs Arm Barnes, 1 Corner, Neb.: Barbara Cochranty Duhrth,. Minn.; Mrs Marie Ogren ahH fid'w. Blumer. Algona; Peter, Fred, Luolla and Sarah, LuVerne. A brother. Henry, died only a short time auo. Pallbearrtrs at the funeral were Charles Hansel man, Henry Pergande, Ernest Meyer. Gerharl Meyer, Bernard Wolfe and LevVis Merkle. Ex-Resident Of Burt Succumbs Burl—Mis S. C. Johnson. Stillwater, Minn, passed away Runday. AUK. H. in a hospital at Stillwater. She will be remeber- ed as Lizzie* Ringsdorf. Mrs Johnson was 81 years old. Funeral ' services were held Thursday at Stillwater. Those attending from Burt were Mrs Will Ringsdorf. Donald Rings- •clurf. Roy Ringsdorf. Mrs Nevu Slupler and Mrs Clara Shannon. Mow worth? schools district $4.974.50 contents. SCHOOL HOUSE much is a school house Recently eight rural in the Postville school sold, bringing a total of Check 62 Children At Clinic Here for the buildings and Prices I Slashed 50 % to 90 % COME SEE FOR YOURSELF ains Galore! SALE STARTS .26 Closes Sot. Night, Sept. 3 Final Close-Out EVERYTHING MUST GO! ALL FIXTURES FOR SALE, ALSO carman s Dress Shop & Variety Store BURT, IOWA Dr. M. S. Miller, in picture at left, peers into the mouth of David Krai, 4, of Mallard. David's father, Dr. J. W. Krai looks on at the left. Two dentiits were on duty at the annual children's clinic, along with two orthopedists, two pediatricians and six other specialists. Karen Ann. 4'••> year old daughter of Mr and M rs Jack Booth, Algona, is getting the once-over f rom Dr. Read, pediatrician from Iowa Universit t, in the picture at right, takeri at the annual •hildren's clinic held at St. Ann Hospital Wednes lay, Aug. 17. Temporary offices Were set up for he large staff of specialists for the one-day clinic. A total of 62 children from eight counties were ,'iecked during the event. (Upper Des Moines flash bto) Cancel Ottosen Flower Show, Due To Drouth Oltosen — The Flower Show sponsored annually for the past several years, by the- Ladies Rural Club will not be held this 1 year due to dry weather conditions. This decision was reached at the first meeting for the Club held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs DeVere Newton. Yearly reports for the past year were given and accepted. Secret sisters were disclosed and the group voted to continue this through the coming year. The point system with a contest picnic at the end of the year will also be continued. Mrs William Bennett gave the lesson on Florida. Guests were Mrs Olvin Haug, Mrs Vincent Salz, Mrs Ted Underberg, 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 Thorsen. Old Buddies Reunite Mr and Mrs Frank Haverfield of Evanston, 111. visited Saturday and Sunday at the Vincent Salz home. The men were together in the 280th Q. M. Refrig. Co. during World War II. Monday Mrs Vincent Salz was sponsor for Dean Michael, infant son of Mr and Mrs Clete Salz of Whittemore, at baptism at St. Michael's Church in Whittemore. Floriari Faber of St. Joe was the other sponsor. Following the services the Vincent Salz family were at the Clete Salz dinner home. guests Lutheran Aid A lesson on Foreign Missions was given by Mrs Percy Watnem at the regular meeting of the Lutheran Ladies Aid Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs Joe Traub and Mrs John Vinaas. 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, underscore-farm storage of this year's crops" tary of agriculture, warning that "there is"I cannot. urge loo strongly." Morse said. ?• °f 1 1 9 ^^ 1 ! : ^f.?l :and .^ al ._ theJsi A ualion '' lhat fa "" e « -especially in the corn belt 'will be very tight to m^/e at once lo provide more bins for storage^they will "need". " this year, urged farmers—start planning how to build any additional lo provide more bins for sloraop thev will no»H " FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY We Will Sell At Last Year's Price SPEEDY Corn Crib 1200 BUSHEL CAPACITY CRIB REGULAR PRICE $375.00 289.50 THIS CRIB is cheaper than any competitive crib for Hire capacity and is high in quality. We have sold the "SPEEDY" crib to many farmers in this area —they all like it. This crib U made of 5 guage wire mesh, thick as a quarter-jnch bolt Bibbed roof, anchored 8 times. Permanently attached ladder. Sold and delivered complete. We can offer a quantity of these cribs at the old last year's price, and will do so. This can be your quick, easy »»d economical solution to storage shortage on your place. Over 50 Satisfied Customers To Check With Frpm Lqst Year Come in and Get the Facts on This Crib — and Its Low Price BRADLEY BROS. The annual children's clinic at St. Ann hospital, Wednesday, Aug. 17, Was a huge success, according to; Dr. Charles Patton, director of the one-day event. A total of 62 childran were registered, and each 1 got a thorough going over by the six doctors dnd six specialists from the University of Iowa who conducted the clinic. Parents from Hancock, Humboldt. Emmet, Pocahontas, Palo Alto, Winnebago, Wright and kos- suth counties brought children to the hospital on family doctor'.orders. Although called the crippled children's clinic it was pointed out by the staff the title is misleading, as a very small percentage of the children registered tire crippled. A child does not have to be crippled to attend, because any boy or girl referred to the clinic by their family doctor may take advantage of the oxamina"- tions offered. Two orthopedists, Dr. Barn»:tt and Dr. Allway, two pediatricians, Dr. Read and Dr. Patton, two dentists, Dr. Miller and Dr. DeGooyer,' and Miss Estel, John Taylor, Mary Herke, Carl Betts, Bernadeen Laures and Muriel Lehman all specialists in various fields, were included on the staff, and performed their duties in temporary offices on first floor and in the basement of St. Ann. The Legion Auxiliary and Red Cross furnished helpers to aid in the registrations and giye information, and the auxiliary served lunch to the children and staff at noon. The six doctors were guests of the Kossuth County Medical Society at their dinner meeting the night before the clinic. Doctors Read and Patton discussed rheumatic fever 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 son born to Mr and Mrs Robert McLuen of Union City, New Jersey. ' He has bu-en 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 hold 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 SepU'rh- ber 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. jn 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 ^nd family were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Jensen at Rodman. Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth und daughter Susan of Algona visited Sunday afternoon and evening at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mrs Jack Crane came home last Friday from Iowa City where she had a cataract removed from her eye. She is now at the Sisson Rest Home in Humboldt. Mrs Essie Cooper and Mrs Mike Coyle were present at a dessert luncheon at the home oi Mrs.Clifford Lander at Humboldt Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechtei and family joined a family group for a picnic at Call State Park in Algona Sunday evening. Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Enockson home were .tj Enocksons' daughters and son-in- law, Mr and Mrs Lowell Shel gren and daughter Mary Jo of Gilmore City and Barbara Enock•ion of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Guy Kern home at Rolfe Sunday. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Pflibsen and Jeanne of Bode accompanied them. . , Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle were Sunday evening visitors at the Martin Meyer home. Jean and Kathryn Brandhoij of Bradgate are visiting a few days with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle. They made "stops' at Tiogo, N. D., Glacier Park, Mont.. Cal- gofy, Alberta, Can., and Banff National P,ark, f rancis Tovine , arkl Doriald Patterson of Burt Jeft Sunday m6fning for Miles 'City, Morit;, wliere Donald went to look after fafm interests of .his father, Gep. Patterson, who has a ranch nea'r thlre. 3n the Clifford McGregor farm a hew hen house, arid other farm bUilding repair Work is cotn- pl£ted. At the Virgil Jensen c'ahn a new large machine shed is, built, and some new windows ori farm home. Miss Barbara Do/dson of Water- lop called last week Wednesday ort friends Emil Larson's and the Lowell Larson's. 'Mr and Mrs Walter Wickstrom arid their four children of St. Paul were Sunday visitors at the hqme of her grandmother, Mrs DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Pre-Season Special! At the "Jacket Store" Janet Thaekery A Bride, Aug. 21, At Armstrong : Swea 8c Eagle—Janet Thaclc-r ery, 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 Wessingtpn Springs S. D. and Cheryle Torine sang. The bride, given In marriage by her uncle, John Jongberg, was attended by a friend .Karon Quas- tad. The bridegroom was attended^ by his brother, Allen Shafer Donna Jongberg was flower girl Following Cervices a reception was held at the Church parlor The table center . piece was £ five-tiered white wedding cakt decorated in white and yellow and topped with miniature bride and bridegroom. Cutting the cake was Mrs Walter Wickstrom of St. Paul. Mrs .Ellis Jongberg poured punch, arid Mrs Arden Jongberg poured goffee. The bride, a graduate of Armstrong high school, attended Junior College at Wessington Springs, S. D. last year. She will teach a rural school this fall. The bridegroom after finishing high school in Milwaukee has finished two years college at Wessington Springs, S. D. and will attend college at Brookings this fall. The newlyweds left on a short 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 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 FOR 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 of John A. Nelson.late of Kossuth County, Iowa, Deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said Deceased or his estate will makt- payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them in like manner and form as by law required, for allowance and pavment. Dated this 8th day of August A. P., 1955, • fsf Emma B. Nelson Executrix of said Estate Garfield, Baker & Miller, Attorney. i HOLDS ON LAY-AWAY BOYS PARKA 9-oz. genuine Mountain cloth. Warmly quilt lined. Storm wristlets. Mouton trimmed hood. $n QQ • Elastic back. 6-20 __ OiOO DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Sadie Anderson and to attend the weddmg'Of Janet Thaekery -and Bruce Sharer Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs J. W, Lane of Snydei-j Tex. tame . recently to visit at the home of his sister and family, the Ellis' Jon^bergs. The Laftes, ( Jbngbergs s and Mrs Jongberg parents" are vacationing'-at Grand Rapids, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ray Lord of Arizona, who are. visiting friends here were Saturday evening dinner guests at William Thompson's. Donna, Johnson, daughter of Mr find Mrs Donald Johnson, left last- week Tuesday for Washington, D. C. where she has accepted o job at the Pentagon. Mr and Mrs Ole Olson an<l children of Willmar, Minn, were weekend visitors with relatives, Mrs Oscar. Anderson, John Carlsons r hncH Mrs .Hrlma EncKson and former friend.' • FIRE A, fire, destroyed six buildings, including the barrt, on trie" Marvin Lappin farm near Rireville recently. The blaze started in the 100-foot long barn. • , A Back-to-School Favorite... > Crazy, Cute and Comfy, too.,; WHITE BUCKS Voted to be "most seen shoe" at the better "coke-tail" parties. White Bucks by Grinnell present casual comfort In the modern style. Genuine GOODYEAR Welt construction. YOUN6 HET 7 Are Too Important To, Neglect •'•••'•' PR. CAMERQN^ SHIERK Chiropodist (Practice Lirrjite4 te JM Feet) ! J ~',' "'t { . • ; '•-: • • Over S & I Stgre ' Telephone 25Q-W , For* Appointment Farmers! Read This i o * This Is Why Toi* A Farm Liability Polity! L S. BOHANNON PHONE 103 • Aiitomobile f Liability f Fire Hail ALGON4 *., ^4

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