The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 8
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Car Demolished Near St. Joe ting, Cafffleft, til. Mr Clement has been under treatment for bursitis and Is considerably improved. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser hnve been visited by Capt. and Mrs Charles Crapser, Susie, Christine and Sandra, El Paso, Tex. They were enroute to Tacoma, Wash, where Capt. Crapser has been transferred. They were accompanied here by Mrs Crapser's father, Hans Iverson, Crystal Lake. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch A Fort Dodge man, Joseph M. Huffman. 39. luckily escaped with minor cuts and abrasions when the auto he was driving (shown here) slammed into a bridge abutment on blacktop highway 408 a mile east of St. Joe at 9:40 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21. Mr. Huffman, division manager for King-Merritt, Inc., suffered scalp and elbow cuts, multiple contusions and abrasions when the auto was totally demolished. He was rushed to Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, by ambulance following the crash. I He was alone in his auto, and headed west at the time of the mis-! 8—Algonq (lo.J Upper Des Moines Tuesday, August 28, 1962 h;jp. The 19(!i Ford struck the abutment on the north side of the bridge. The auto then hinged southwest across the bridge, landed on the railing. hlid along it for several feet, then came to rest, headed northwest, on the south lane of the highway. It was very fortunate that the vehicle did not tumble across the bridge railing, because it would have fallen about 30 feet to hard ground below. Patrolmen Charles Bird and Dick Pedersen were called to investigate the crash by a motorist from Storm Lake who arrived at the scene shortly after the mishap. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving) Joe Goecke. 9 Joe, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke, celebrated his ninth birthday Aug. 18 and had as guests at a theatre party Steve Armstrong Joe Courtney, Bruce Johnson, Bill and Pat Nugent and Mark Nitchals. Refreshments were served at his home. Daughter Graduates Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Matt Kapp attended the graduation Sunday of Judy Pickett from the St. Francis School of Nursing at Grand Island, Neb. From there the Picketts went to the Black Hills for a vacation of a few days Mr and Mrs Ollie Nasby, man of the Good Samaritan Family Reunion Mr and Mrs AJbert Granzow, ^ B ^ a ut uic uuou aamantan Aurs- Mrs Clara Gruikshank and Mr and ing Home, attended the convention Mrs Les Kenyon and family at-1 Aug. 22-24 at Sioux Falls S D tended a Martens family reunion I Herbert Lindquist. former 'Algonr Sunday at Clear lake. I manager, was moderator. ...win a "Shower of Prizes" in the Jockeu $ 50,000 (gj tJHAHLl * ' SWEEPSTAKES! Grand Prize a fabulous TWA SuperJet vacation in EUROPE for a family of 4 1472 other prizes! " X wear . . . extra value. Sizes S-M-L-XL. 3 for $4.39 LEUTHOLDVILLIAMS ( JL \. — ^^ A ALQONA.IOWA Uod l,s Vears Mrs Kenneth U'ichman. the for mer De Grotte, was hostess to ; group of friends at a surprise Re' together Aug. 2.3 in honor of thr 4Kth wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr and Mrs John Grotte. Present were Mr and Mrs Dinne Logue. Mr and Mrs Henry Geilen felcl. Mr and Mrs Marvin Lciph Dick. Georcia. Dave and Doug. Mr and Mrs Claud Denrchs. Mrs C. A. Gc-ilenfelcl. Dora Will. Anno Presthus, Mrs Ernestine Kadir.a. Mr and Mrs Karl Ewoldt. Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet. Mr and Mrs Aclolph Oakland, all Algona. Mr and Mrs Ron McBurney and Mr and Mr? Gilbert L'ker. Webster City, Randy Wichman. Hutchison, Ml'nn. and the hostess, De Wichman and children Tommy and Johnny, Macon, Ga. Mr and Mrs Philip Iverson and children came by plane Aug. 20 and were supper guests of Mr and Mrs John Grotte. N'cwconu-rs Met Newcomers Club met Aug. 21 at tho Algona hotel. Hostesses were Mrs Marilyn Moon and Mrs Mary Ann Chal.sLrom. Dessert was served following tho busines.-i meeting Mrs William C. Dad, member o! the Ai»oriu GurJtn Ciub, pr-jsente:: tl.'j program, the doc.r prize wa; won by Mrs Doris Soderstrurr. Mrs (r.M.rge Means won high ir briilije and Mrs L. J. Pomplun. r.!<Jh in S(X). Six new numbers Mrs .lurry Ostrum. Mrs R,;n Sac tor. Mrs James S.celt. Mrs Frank Harcey, Mrs J^rncs Mcflellanc : a;:.! N''rs \\'.d',M Lv.\en. attended Shower Honoree Mrs Earl Booth of Emmetsburg and Mrs Everett Steven of Sex- 'on gave a shower Saturday in the Fireside room at the Methodist church for Judy Kuhn, Charles City, whose marriage to James Steven, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Steven, will take place Sept. 18. Ex-Resident Weds Announcements of the marriage of Lee Turner and Myrna Marie Middleton, Longboat, Fla., Aug. 10, have been received by friends. Lee is a son of Mrs Jessie Turner and the late Lafe Turner and will be well-remembered. Nurse Graduate Judy Rovn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Brady Rovn, will be graduated from Iowa Methodist School "of Nursing, Des Moines, Sept. 7. She has been accepted on the nursing staff at Lutheran Hospital, For! Dodge and will begin her duties Sept. 17. Mrs Charles Clement accompanied Mr and Mrs Robert Oberman, Humboldt, to Des Moines to spend the weekend with Mr Clement who is in Veterans hospital. They were joined by Mr and Mrs Grant Ger- Mr and Mrs Clifford Young returned home Tuesday after being gone a week. They took a train o Golden, Colo., where they visited their daughter and family, the ^amon Bisques. Mr and Mrs Frank Ryerson of 3urt were Tuesday callers at the Sdmund Larsen home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley and Virginia came from Armstrong Wednesday and were supper guests in the William Christensen home. Kathy returned home with her parents after spending a week with her sister and family. Judy Pirie and Bert Marotta of Emmetsburg were Tuesday evening visitors with Kcrene and Judy Fitch. Mrs C. W. Heerdt and Mr and Mrs Eugene Heerdt and Jimmie attended a Heerdt family reunion at St. James, Minn. A cousin, Walt Denine and wife of Dayton, accompanied them. Between 40 and 50 relatives gathered for the occasion. Mr and Mrs Arrie Dittmer of Burt were Wednesday evening visitors in the Edmund Larsen home. Mrs Clara Taylor of Algona was a guest in the C. W. Heerdt home from Friday ao Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs Johjiny H. Harms, Debbie and Dixie were Sunday evening visitors in the Melvin Haag home, Algona. Other visitors in the Haag home were Mr and Mrs John Groen and family of Algona. Several Portland families attended Hobo Day at Britt Tuesday. Mrs P. W. Marlow and Linda called at the Wayne Echels home Thursday. Mrs Echels is the former Judy Marlow. Visitors in the Jay Steven home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Harry Clapsaddle of Wheeler, Wis. and Mr and Mrs Phil Snow and daughter, Mrs Ina Stone of Menomonie, Wis. Mr and Mrs Johnny Harms and girls were Wednesday evening visitors in the Martin Harms home at Titonka. "You are not judged by what others say about you, but what you say .about others." Scouts At Burt Receive Awards Hurt — Twenty - four members and two guests were present at the meeting of the Burt Lions Club Monday evening. Plans were started for another Pancake Day, to be held later this fall. It was also decided to again sell birthday and events calendars. Guy Giddings, Prairie Gold District Neighborhood eommitteemnn, was present and presented charters for the Hurt Scout troop and Cub Pack. Dale Lock wood received the charters In behalf 'of tho Lions club, sponsors. Scoutmaster Cliff Abbas presented awards to several Scouts who attended camp and earned awards. They were Roger Graham, Roger Giddings, Joel Chipman, Don Westling, Tom Lichler and Craig Lauritson. Mr and Mrs Don Riemers are parents of a new son born Aug. 22 at St. Ann hospital. The little lad weighed (! Ibs., 3 oz. Mrs Leona Lacy entered St. Ann hospital Friday as a surgical patient. Mrs Ruth Clapsaddle is a patient at a Mason City hospital. Walter Steward, who underwent surgery at the University hospital. Iowa City, several weeks ago, had to have further surgery Monday of this week. Last reports state his condition as improving. Mrs Jessie Rash and Mrs David Miller and daughter, Lealea, spent Wednesday with Mrs Elmer Clapper, Mason City. Thursday, they accompanied Mrs Clapper to the Martin Willinger Home near Lyle, Minn, where they attended the 6th annual get-to-gether of schoolmates of Mrs Rash and Mrs Clapper. Mrs W. G. Bohi left Monday for Laurens where she will again teach remedial reading class this coming year. 100 Louis Clark of Nevada recently celebrated his 100th birthday. He was the father of six children and he has 19 grandchildren, 26 great- grandchildren and 22 great-great- grandchildren. AT R E P^M R nJ S K,I R « BlY J HE P ' ECE G ° OD " J HEAD QUARTERS THIS FALL OUR TABLES ARE FULL OF NAME BRAND, QUALITY FABRICS IN ALL OF THE NEW MATERIALS ?0 LOO°K L0 0 R vf R0 OMP NAP !L° PN C- ' T WILL B - AN INSPIRAT '°N TO EVERY TO LOOK OVER OUR FINE STOCK OF FABRICS. Whittemore 4-H The annual Whittemore 4-H meeting was held August 10. Dean Barnes was special guest. Tom Dernor gave a talk on his trip to 4-H camp. Steve, Joe and Dale Detrick and Barbara Winkel gave demonstrations. Hriclp Of Charles Mil|,-r Mr and Mrs fionfmi Vial of Havel'nk annunc o the marriage (if ih<-ir 'Lighter. I!,rri.-i. to Cnarle, Miller. >on (,f .\'r and Mr, 1 [•+,•<>\' Miller of Storm Lake, formerly of Algrma. The mam^c took place •July :il The bride.- i, d ]<.„;•> v , t( \ uate of Bu,-na Yi-ta f-.llci;.. SK'ITI; Lake and will h- teat-inn^ Kn<.'':-r i-n-d h;i(-er-h at the ('re-iland f'., m . munn> Si i,.,ol d! |; u ,-i,, •]>,. ,,,-,„,„-, '.\i!l In- a -,.-111.n- ;. lh. , full and i, al-,. I:..I"'..; li,-fi: ;l . I: , , Kc-cl ( KISS .Sessions He-.;;, Slreii .,,„-. lnt , n .|, r ,.^. n . a . -I'-e l-.r A^.eixjri fted ('i i,.,,, f,,.|,j '•'' 1(| - "' 1"^;-. held four two-»-'Ur ineeimy,-, Mond-.y. Tuesday v\eilnesdu\ and Thursday last '•y-t-k at Mrs Matthew Stroll's Tho.se participating were Mesdam t-'s Jamt-.s r.\er<l.s. \S 1' French Krt'd (ji'iL'i'l I* c c i ard Kn.-ni.-h. Harold (,dmore.' lj,,yd Korjui.son. h' ( Seanlan, II M Smith and Mallhew Strt-it. Attc-nd V\ci|i|inii Mr anrl Mrs A D Crawford and 'laughter ('It-one att'-nut-d tiie u.-d •ling I'ecenily at Ues Moa,.-, ,,f ( arol Lar.son and Donald .Smith The bride i., a niece of the Craw- furds. A family reunion was hold the following day at Mr and Mrs John lieinald v I'otluc k Uimier Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg Mr I and Mrs Franklin Hagg, Alvdn ! Hagg and Elaine Johnson, sister of Mi.s Franklin Hagg who has been Mst.ng here, went to Amboy, Minn . Sunda> for a potluck dm- I'i'r at the Cail Johnsons. Attend Reunion Mr and Mrs Henry Furst attended a Furst family reunion last Sunday at Ken wick. Fifty-three were in attendance. NOW IS THE TIME ® To plant a new lawn © To reseed a poor lawn ® To feed a good lawn DUNCAN'S Garden Center IS SEW FOR THE CHILDREN Every mother loves to make pretty things for her girls and boys. We have nice cottons and other type fabrics that make up beautifully for children's clothes. i? THE PLACE • To buy top Quality Seed in bulk • To purchase top grade fertilizer • To obtain first rate information or first rate services in sodding & landscaping. SEE US TODAY & SAVE OPEN 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. MQN. thru SAT. DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER North of Catholic Cemetery £Y 4-4813 SMART WOOLENS Woolens are one of the big fabrics for Fall and this season they are most unusual. Looped Mohairs, Handsome Tweeds, Textured solid colors are featured in the famous Carletex Woolen line this Fall. They really have to be seen to be appreciated as the colorings are beautiful. We are also featuring a line of imported coatings at special prices. UNUSUAL COTTONS Even the cottons are exciting this season. The prints arc. unusually designed, the colors are smartly blended and the selec- tion is great in every price range, All we can say is to come in today and shop our Fabric Department. CHRISCHILLES STORE Home of Fine Piece Goods

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