The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1950
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Upper De« Molnes Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Call Plane For Emergency Trip To A Hospital Lakota — Raymond Winter received a letter from his cousin, Howard Randall, near Glenburn, N. D., last week, telling of an accident that befell their little daughter, Alice, about a year old, who fell down the stairs and landed on a hot register in the floor and had her face and hands seriously burned. There being no doctor in Glenburn, and with the roads impassable, they phoned for a plane to come to the farm to take the child to a hospital in Minot, • a trip which took only seven minutes to complete from farm to hospital, a distance of 20 miles or more. The child was confined to the hospital for three-days before being brought home. This is known as the coldest January in North Dakota for 70 years, and roads have been blocked with snow most of the winter and as soon as a road is opened another blizzard fills it up again. Temperatures range down to 34 degrees Delow zero. A 7 lb., 4 oz. boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hartwell at the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea, Saturday, Feb. 4. He has been named Douglas William. Mrs. Hartwell will be remembered here as Beverly Fox, niece of Guy Bremer. They now have two sons. Alfred O'Keefe held a closing out sale last week Monday and will move to his house in town March 1. Mrs. Vernon Smith, nee Heetland, celebrated a birthday Thursday and several of the Heetlands gathered to help her celebrate. Mrs. Ida Smith left by train from Chicago Saturday evening, where her nephew, Frank Kent, met her, and they boarded a plane for Miami, Fla. Mrs. Smith will spend the remainder of the winter at Homestead, Fla., with her sister and husband, Mr. and Emory Smith was brought home from Community hospital at Fairmont, Monday forenoon, and is recovering at his home here. Talking of measles here, four of the children of the Lauren Thompsons were in bed at the same time with them, and five of the Ted Wallentine children were in bed at one time suffering with the same disease. Several children have had measles and pneumonia the past two weeks. Mrs. Kenneth Beck spent several days recently m Mercy hospital at Mason City and several days with her sister, Mrs. Alden Wilcox, before going home. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Stewart and family of Great Falls, Mon., were last week visitors at the Peter L. Koppen «nd the Nick Koppen homes. Mr. Stewart is a nephevy of both Mrs. Peter and Mrs. Nick Koppen. John Mousel, a former Lakota man, is novy in the Mankato hospital suffering from a stroke. Mrs. M. W. Kent. Last week Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Powers were Mr. and Mrs. John Haas and Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Powers and daughter of Lakota. The event was in celebration of the Haas' 9th wedding anniversary. The Albert Slepers entertained at dinner last wee* Sunday with the Albert Goetz, the James Maynes, and the Adolph Poppes as guests. Mrs. Roger Barg, chairman of the Christmas Seal campaign for 1949, reports $89.25 net. 35 Farmers At Swea City Get Ag Diplomas Swea City — Robert L. Anderson, vocational agriculture instructor, reports 35 men received diplomas Wednesday evening at the final meeting of the night school which he has conducted this winter. One hundred twenty were enrolled in the school, with an average attendance of 50. The 35 who were awarded diplomas met the necessary requirement of attending at least seven of the 10 meetings. Four outside speakers were used during the course. The speaker for the closing session Wednesday night was E. L. Family Dinner Parly Mrs. E. I. Hammond entertained a famil^ dinner Wednesday evening, Feb. 8. The occasion was the ,85th birthday of her father, M. E. Johnson, who recently returned from an Estherville, where he had medical treatment. Guests included his two sons and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Seneca, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Johnson of Bancroft; also his grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Kelly and Mrs. Donald Johnson and baby Shirley; and Milton Johnson, Bancroft. A iMr. and Mrs. Richard Berg. daughter, Mrs. Carrel of Olden and a son, W. O. Johnson, Blear Lake, were unable to be prestnt, Mr. Johnson received seVefajT gifts, many cards, tnd lont ais tance calls from his- daughters* Miss Phyllis Haiiimohd, Duluth, and neice, Mrs. Vei-a Ferrin, Chicago. Also his son, W. O. Jhon- Shirley Ann Berg, R.N. at Cook county hospital, Chicago, visited from Wednesday morning until Friday evening with her parents, Quafe, extension specialist Iowa State college. The from final event of the evening was an oyster stew. The names of those who received diplomas follows: Albert A. Anderson, Art E. Anderson, Warren Brones, Maurice Drew, A. G. Eggers, Charles Eggerth, Harold Evans, George Harner, P. A. Holcomb, Henry Irmiter, Maynard Jensen, Ever- _ ett Johanson, Harvey Larsen, = Clifford McGregor, Wm. Mather Jr., Leander Menke, James P. Nyman, Wayne L. Nyman, Thomas Olson, Floyd Oilman, A. C. Pavik, Roy Pehrson, Rudy Peterson, Joe Preston, Russell Roba, Herman Spderberg, Merton Roalson, Elvin Swanson, Harold Swanson, Cecil Thoreson, Orville Thoreson, Gordon Thompson, John Thompson, Floyd Treat, and Ralph Walker. Mf. and Mrs. Earl Sanftner ofove to Rochester, Thursday, to 'visit their brothef-in-law, Art ^Peterson, who is ill at Colonial hospital there. Ronnie Peterson fretttrned home with them, but Mrs. Peterson will remain at Ro-Chester for a time. John Orew Jr., and Miss Betty Jean Lundell spent the weekend ing coll to their studies at Westmar lege at LeMars on .Sunday. Other weekend guests at the Drew home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Koolhof of Webster City. Mr. Koolhof is a brother of Mrs. drew. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunn surprised them on their 15th wedding anniversary, Feb. 2, bringing gift? and lunch, which Don't Recommend This Very Often Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. JTom Forburger experienced a "slip- at the John Drew home, return-was served by the guests. The ping around" on the ice Tuesday evening was spent playing 500 . High prizes were won by Mrs. Maurice Kollasch and Henry HiU pipre. evening that neithef would cafe to repeat, AS ih«r wete Jfeturfting from the horofe of their daughters, the Al Erpeldings. near Sexton, they struck a patch of ice on the highway lust west t>f Wesley and the car went out ot fcofttftrt, picked up excessive Speed, turned iround and slid off in the ditch, landing right-side-aft, without a dent in the car or either occupftnt receiving a bump. The car was left till morning. $6.98 WASHABLE RAYON CREPE burton front dress in sites 14'/2 to 22Vi. An early Spring Stunner! Choice of aqua and grey, green and grey, red and grey. Th« ELITE SHOP ill /950 TO THE PEOPLE OF ALGONA... Greetings, and thanks, from an old friend One hundred years ago the very first Milwaukee Road train made a rive mile run before a cheering audience. Today this community and The Milwaukee Road are lighting some birthday candles to celebrate a partnership that has been strengthened by meeting hard times and good together. We offer our thanks to all of you for thus signalizing an anniversary that is a proud and happy one for the men and women of The Milwaukee Road. You may be sure that in the years ahead the objective of this Railroad will be to continue to merit your faith and friendship. We mean to keep on growing and progressing ... to provide ever improving service ... to prove ourselves good neighbors in each community along our lines. MILWAUKEE The Milwaukee Road A home town industry — aiding your community by its u*.es, payiulJi a.uJ services. Hood's Super Valu Bargains For... THREE DAYS ONLY, THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY, FEB. 16-17-18 No. 2Yz Can—Regular 42c Each DEL MONTE SLICED PINEAPPLE 3 cans $1 A Steal at This Price, Regular $1.50 Price FAIRMONT PRIDE WHOLE KERNELCORN 12cans Just In Time For Washington's Birthday, No. 2 Cans STURGEON BAY PIE CHERRIES .' 4 cans $1 Mary Lou Concord GRAPE JUICE Regular 39c Qt. 4 qts. for *12£ Light Meet, Chunk Style Tuna CHUNK-0-TUNA Regular 35c—6 oz. Cans 4 for *1«£ No. 2 Cans, Happy Host RED KIDNEY BEANS Regular 2 for 29c 8 cans for *1i No. 2 Cans, Happy Host BUTTER BEANS • • * • - -' '• "Ct AT -* J ** ' '* ' '" r> •*' Regular 2 for 29c 8 cans for $ l££ No. 303 Tall Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL 5 for MS Campbells (Reg. Price 2 for 27c) VEGETABLE SOUP 8 cans for *1°° DREFT - TIDE - DUZ OXYDOL 4 pkgs. $1.00 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES AT HOOD'S SUPER VALU SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP Regular Size-Usually 3 for 25c 16 bars $1.00 Hood's *1 Days Meat Specials! Pure LARD-J Ibs $1.00 4 Lbs. ti no yi.uu 3 Lbs. $1.00 Swift & Co. 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