The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 22
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6-Algeria (fe.) Upper De* MoitiM TfiursHny, October t3, 1955 Car Crash Near Lakota Injures Five On Sunday Nnrmnn Khiprrs nml olhor rrln- lives here. He spent several days at the home of his sister, Mrs Wilhn-d Harrison at St. James, Minn. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer Four members of the Frank Risius family, Buffalo Center, and Myron Busch, Ledyard, were injured when the two cars shown in the above photo collided at 1:20 p.m. Sunday on a gravel road intersection four miles east and one mile south of Lakota. The Risius auto, a 1950 Ford, shown here in the ditch against the fence was traveling north aJ the time of the crash. Busch, who was alone in his 1950 Buick, was going east. The Busch car collided with the rear left corner of the other vehicle. Most seriously injured in the mishap was Mr Risius. He received a brain concussion, bruises and lacerations and is a patient in a Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs Risius, 38, got a fractured right arm, lacerations and bruises; Lester Risius, 7, a bruised right leg and bump on the head: and Maralee Risius, 13 months, a bump on the head. Biisch was cut on the lip and chin. _ The intersection was hidden by tall corn, cause of many accidents during the past few months in this area. Mrs Risius walked to a farmhouse a fourth of a mile from the scene to summon aid after the mishap-. The injured are reportedly in good condition. State Patrolman Dale McBride investigated the accident. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) 3 Swea City Folks Have Heart Attacks In Week Guests at the John Kutschara's on Tuesday afternoon and evening wore Mr and Mrs Irwin Seo- man and son, Gene, from La- Mesa. C:iljf. and Mr and Mrs John Seeman from Algona. Pvt. Melvin Arndorfer returned to Camp Chaffee, Ark., Thursday, after spending 10 Hays with his parents. Mr and Mrs George Arndorfor and also other relatives and friends. George Arndorfer had the misfortune of losing the end or one finger on his left hand last week. He caught it in the corn elevator. Pvl. Melvin Arndorfer was a dinner guest .at John Kutschara'a Monday night. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Schneider, their three sons and nephew, the IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRIDAY, OCT. 11 WHOOPEE JOHN 1st Heat of Old Time Waltz Contest __ SATURDAY, OCT" 15fh" DON HOY _ And Orchestra TUESDAY, OCT. 18th Rural Youth and Young Married Couples DUDE RANCHERS ' 2 Professional Callers • WED., OCT. 19th Fall Fashion Show EDDIE ALLEN & ORCH. Fall Fur Fashion Show _ Door-prize —• FREE THURS., OCT. 20 RALPH FLANAGAN Swea Cily—Jacob Peterson, 84. is reported in fairly good condition following a severe heart attack which occurred at his home about midnight of Oct. 4. His children were called home because of their father's illness. Mrs Ben Cassem suffered a heart, attack at her home and was taken to Holy Family hospital in Estherville on Friday afternoon. Ed Peterson is recovering from a heart attack suffered Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs Roy Valvick, where he has been staying. 4-H Club Elects Swea-Harrison 4-H club met at Larry Torine's on Oct. 3. Three new members, Robert, William and Luverne Wiskus were present. Jerry Rainnusscn and Danny Peterson were visitors. Installation of officers was held with Bob Hallved, president; Duane Jensen, vice president: James Hardt, secretary-treasurer' Ronald Linde, reporter; and Janet Thoreson, recreation chairman. Plans for a hayride were discussed and a committee appointed, including Dee Ann Swanson, Janet Thoreson and Ronald Linde. Bob Johnson showed films on Tomorrow's Leaders and Alaska. Following adjournment of the meeting, refreshments were served by the host's mother, Mrs Francis Torine. Grant 4-H Installs The Grant Go-Getters met Saturday. Oct. fi, at the Hoy Peters hi,me witii Janet and Linoa Peleis as hostesses. Installation ol ne\v officer.--, was the order of bu>i- ness, with the following tat: in 1 office: Evelyn Mino, preuKnl; Caren KaniM', vice p; e.-.i'lent; \Vallih Reynolds, secretary; Maiy F.'Lel Gibson, tua.-mvr; llr-vcrly Waterbury, hist* 11,an: ami Kaivi, Vi'a'.i i bury, i epoi '.••• and photo- gia|..lier. Lf-;;di. r - .,, t M: AI.'Yni /:<-:."ke :-.iv.i M: • WjiLice M--v Returns For Visit Mrs Ha'.tie Full-, whose late I hu-band, D \V Fuit.-. v. a.-; a J..n;.;- i tlir.e Sue;. City iju-iiit- n.an. 'is i visiting j-elative- anci friends i here. She h.-.•.•- U^i-i. i,on...!L-d witli | several .--jcial atl^i:-. an'.oiig them | an afternoon party at the Einil Larson home on Friday. On .Monday, Mis W. E. Cail-on. Mr- Fult.- and Mrs Hoy Vaivitk were guests of Mis Onnond Otlei.-iin, Winnebago. M.f.n. Mrs Frank 'n.rjn.so.M .,f Cain- son ;:, visiting Mr; M^vnu- iJ^ui'te and olhei- Sv.'t-a City t::end,- Mr> Thom.-un i> t.'ie in.,!;.<•. C'dpt. BUi t.Jll '\ i - : ;•• ^i the Dealt: .M,,r. ;. .; *pme.-. vvi:i..-i.- n.iji ••. Mjld it:. John Pio\., . ' ca.-e ii still .-uijji'.', to sjnce Pr.-A'oo v/a <.: technicality. Mr and Mr.-, Ec-,::i have puicha.-t-i t;.c |.-.;i-i- i.n:\ tenanted by the MUM ay K];I. ':..-.and will move .n .- ,-,ri '!'>,. (.,.u--. was h,i.•!,(.•! ;y .-....':.• , ,,.,- ].- ; ,.j Thacker <>: Tit<nku Rev. S. T. Han::,.,,: v/a- the giH-.-t of i.:- M;n iin.iy. iji-i,;.-try Mu-dent at State- I';;.;,-. ;iv ,'j Iowa, lov.a City, uuiir^ ti... Lima's. Day f't-ativitits the;.- ui; Get o .Mr and Mi,, H,..-,'-.i b.t-v,-.iti: df Corpus Chii-ti. Tt.-\. :.;;•<_• Li-en Vis.iting hi:- iutri-:. (.";..-..•!,.-.- Dit.,.- v.'uith and M.-.U-:. .",h.- iui.ij liesvik. Shirley Pearson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo:ge D. Pearson, is attending the- Umveisay of Minnesota. Shirley took business training at Mankato Commercial college and has been employed in the Mnrquettc National Bank in Minneapolis for the pust yuar and a half. Mr and Mrs Glen Curtis, Mrs Fred Miehe, Mrs Aletha Ecklund and Miss J. Iva Moats were Sunday dinner guests at the John Eckland home at Estherville. Mrs John Eckland of Maple Hill was host to an afternoon party for a group of former neighbors on Thursday. Included in the group were Mrs Leonard Peterson of St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs Dean Swdnson, Mrs Roy Valvick, Mrs Frank Bentele and Mrs Hans Peterson. Mr and Mrs Wm. Bolancl spent Sunday with Mrs Boland's mother at Garner. ' . A son, Kendall Reed, was born Sept. '2G at a Blue Earth, Minn, hospital to Mr and Mrs Donald Mini). Mrs Ida Larson left, Wednesday for a visit with her brother and family, the Robert Andersons, at Waterloo. Renn Kluger, Pasadena, Calif, has been visiting his parents, the PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE, IOWA Friday, Oct. 14 PUG STUEFFEN Sunday, Oct. 16 LYNN KERNS Friday, Oct. 21 JOLLY LUMBERJACKS Sunday, Oct. 23 GUY DE LEO Friday, Oct. 28 VIKINGS No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 It's good business to plow down Swift's Bled Steer • You save days of work next spring • }'OH aid bacterial action, which unlocks plant foods in plou-ed-down vegetation • You make extra nutrients available sooner for deep-root crop feeding P6r these reasons, it is especially important that you use Swift's Red Steer for fall plow-down. Get your Red Steer, Swift's reliable plant food for general crops, from us today and get top crops next year. BULK SPREADING FREE SOIL-TESTING Algona WE WILL CONTINUE TO BE OPEN BOTH FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS Robinson Produce youngest son of Mr nnrl Mrs John 1/putsch of Algona were Sunday afternoon callers at the'home of Mr ;md Mrs Ben Capesius family of LuVerne.' Mrs Schneider is a sister of Mrs Lentsch. The former is Agatha and the latter Rosina Thilges. Sunday noon dinner guests at the Capesius home were the Clarence Siemer family, also the Philip Arndorfer family. Jeanne Capesius. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Capesius motor- t'd to Nevada, la. visiting at the home of her sister and family. Mr and Mrs Dean Hoffman. Dean is attending school at Ames acquiring his doctorate in p'vcliolocy. Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe were Leo McEnroe who is a brother of M. H., Jessie Sarchel and the Philip Arndorfer family. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dorr and 10 •month old son are now at the home of Ralph's parents, Mr, and Mrs Benn Dorr. He had not been home in 4 u i years having just i eturned from across having been in service. The salesman who 'falls down »i'ts up a lot quicker than one who lies down. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Swftu City Man Weds, Sept. 18 Swea Cily — First Methodist church at Osceola was the scene of the Sept. 18 wedding of Mary Green, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Green of Osceola to Gordon Emerson, son of Mrs Ann Perdue and Milo Emerson of Swea City. The bride was attended by Her sister, Jo Ann Green, of DCS Moines. Don Purdue of Swea City was best man. Following >the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will make Ihcir home in Swea City where he is employed. " • Ann O'Brien In I.S.T.C. Office Cedauf Falls -=- Ann O'Brien, Sophomore at Iowa State TeacheVs College, has been appointed secretary of the Student League Board, student governing body at the college. Miss O'Brien, daughter of Mr and Mrs Timothy O'Brien of Algona', is on the two-year kindergarten - primary curriculum at Teachers College. In.addition to her position as SLB secretary, she is a member of Pi Theta Pi, social sorority, and'a rejS&Mer -oft the' College Eye, weekly" student newspaper. A graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona, in 1954, Miss O'Brien was secretary of her junior/ class, cheerleader, and served as Sodality Prefect. She entered Teachers College in Se.pl, 1954. GASOLINE Burglars drained about 100 gnl- lons of gasoline from the school buses of the LaPorte City schools, after breaking into the barn one evening recently. Wesley i ALL DAY jmmng 7:00 A.M. Farmers Invited! SATURDAY, OCT. 15 BRADLEY BROS. WILL HOLD A ALL DAY Beginning 7:00 A.M. Demonstration New & Used Farm Equipment ON THE FARM Located </2 Mile West Of Pioneer Plant On Highway 18 ' .__ • < * • . ^i^ * 1^ • ' There Will Be Many Machines on the Area, Just Off Hiway 18 at Top of Hill. We Invite You to Request a Demonstration of Any New or Used Equipment on This Day Without Obligation to You, Come In and Look Over Our Stock and Let Us Know Which Machine You Want Demonstrated. Items Now Requested to be in Field NEW Allis WD 45 Gas - 314 Plow. Allis WD 45 Diesel with New Tandem Wheel Disc. Oliver Super 88 Diesel. Oliver Super 77 Diesel. Oliver Super 55 Gas. Massey-Harris 33 Gas. Massey-Harris 44-4 Special. Gehl Hammer Mill with Auger & PTO. New Idea Corn Stalk Cutter. Continental Corn Stalk Cutter, Any Machine You Name Demonstrated USED (Subject to Prior Sale) Oliver- 88 Gas & Plow. John Deere Gas & Plow. MM "Z" & Plow. t Oliver 70 with Mounted Picker. F 30 and Plow. Glencoe 12 Ft, Field Cultivator. New Idea 17 Tractor Spreader, - No Obligation SATURDAY, OCT. Btli (RAIN DATE; SATURDAY, OCT. 22) I^M^^^ *V^P- ^^^w ^^p^^^^^^ ^^^Hr MHHIv ^HP iHHMH^ VMP ^M* ^^f^ ^HB^^^P i i I

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