»-AtQOno (la.) Upp«r P* Mofn« tnondtry, August I, 19S7 Four Crashes In County; Ledyard Girl,8,Injured Farewell For Lone Rock Family Moving To Minn. An 8 ytsr old Led yard girl. FYsttrr* Packor. suffered a cut lip smi knfr when an auto driven *>r ^«"t father. Dale Packer. 51. hit a pile of loose grnvel and rolTw! into a ditch Monday at 52 20 p.m. 1*2 miles north and a fourth of a mile west of Ledyard. Trip mishap occurred near a count? road-blacktop intersection »nd according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhnrst resulted in an estimated $500 damage to the auto. The little girl was treated by a doctor and released. Lindhorst investigated three other accidents during the weekend. A truck driven by Dwight H. Decker. 20. of Whittemore. and a tractor driven by Ray Mertz of Algona collided on a county road near the Herman Thilges driveway 2H miles north and three miles west .of Algona at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday. There was no damage to the truck and $50 damage to the Mertz equipment involved. The road was narrow and Decker reportedly couldn't sec the tractor due to a small hill. There were Ho injuries reported. Darwin D. Olson, 24, of Rake, was headed south in a new truck a mile south of Lakota on the blacktop at 5:15 a.m. Monday when he evidently fell asleep, wp!il across the road and into the east ditch and through a fence on the Bill Smidt farm. According to estimates, $50 damage resulted to the truck and $25 damage to the fence . Alfred N. Grill, Jr., 18, Algona. and Robert L. Fisher, 19. of West Bend, collided at 7:15 p.m. Friday a half-mile south and five miles east of West Bend on a county road. Grill was headed west and Fisher east at the time. The ears sideswiped as each vehicle was on the wrong side of the road. Grill reportedly attempted to cross to the othei; side to avert a head-on crash. There was $150 damage to the Grill machine and $10 damage to the other auto. Tractor On Fire A tractor, owned by Wesley Mains, was damaged by fire at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Mains farm two miles east of Algona on McGregor street road. The tractor tipped at such an angle that gasoline trickled on to the manifold and burned. Algona firemen were called and extinguished the blaze. No estimate of damage was made. Red V rips ea. t WE'VE GOT A WHOLE ' TRUCK LOAD THE BEST WE'VE EVER HAD Straight From Texas , CHARLESTON GRAY at EAST END GROCERY 823 E. State USED CAR - CHiCK THESE BUYS - 1955 CHRYSLER New Yorker with power steering, power brakes, radio, heater. A beautiful 4-door sedan in wonderful mechanical condition —-_,.__ 1955 CHRYSLER Windsor Deluxe with radio, heater, power* brakes, white sidewall tires, C1QQC In excellent condition vIOvi) * t SEE THIS ONE t • 1954 PLYMOUTH Belvedere Four>door with radio, heater, and white sidewall tires, And it also hai overdrive - r 1954 CHEVROLET "210" with power glide; new tires and in excellent condition -~. 1959 CHEVROUT Four-door Sedan, "150" series. A good car for only . -____,.,_... $1050 $595 1951 CHRYSLER New Yorker with power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, in very good mechanical condition .,__ ------- „„.„„.. 1149 Of SOTO Fowr-doer, *h«|»t .»„„.„„.„„..„„,„„. OftQC 91*9 J & L MOTORS CHIYSU8 ~ PLYMOUTH „ 0g SOTO Sqwcrt" fteck —A group of friends and relatives from the Lone Rock community met last Sunday evening in the parlors of the" Lone Rock Presbyterian ehurch to honor the Ronald Christenson family who left to make their home at Bellgrade, Minn. A pot luck supper was held at 6:30. Following the supper a brief program was given with readings especially suited to the four Christenson girls. The poems were read by Mrs Milton Madison, Mrs E. A. Lee. Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr. and Mrs A. A. Krueger. Rev. C. E. Nordine gave a few remarks and presented the family with a purse from the friends present. Muriel Nordine presented Mrs Christenson with a gift from the Sunday school class which Mrs Christenson has been teaching the past year or more. The meeting was closed with a prayer by the pastor. Mrs Antone Didriksen of Algona entertained at tea Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs Ruth Spoon Pike of Clinton who was here visiting. Lone Rock ladies that attended were Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Fred Schultz, Neva Thompson, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs P. M .Christenson. Mrs Pike formerly taught at Lone Rock. Mrs Jack Quinn entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Present were Mrs Blanchard, Mrs Fred Genrich ,Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs James Long, Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs Rose Kraft. Five hundred was played with Mrs Mary Flaig winning high, Mrs James Long low. Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Ruth Krueger and Mrs Fred Dransfeldt were coffee guests Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Florence Schrader honoring the birthday of Mrs Maude. Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Jim Larson of Des Moines were guests Thursday at the Jack Quinn home. For supper the Larson family, Quinn family and Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and family enjoyed a picnic supper. Mr and Mrs Joe Steinberg, Mrs Frances Steinberg and son Rodney all of Elmore called last Sunday and were supper guests at the Frederick Schultz home. Mr and Mrs A. W. Jackson oi Marinette, Wis. visited from Monday till Thursday at the home of their son and family Kenneth Jacksons. Michael returned home after visiting in Marinette for sometime. Carol Frank of Swea City visited at the Donald Blanchard home Wednesday and Thursday. Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Melfred Mitchell attended birthday dinner in honor of their granddaughter Kirsten Kay Habeger's second birthday. The dinner was held in Burt at the home of her parents Duane Ha- begers. Mr and Mrs Henry McKain Kerrville, Texas,* Mr and Mrs I W. Nelson of Algona spent Monday afternoon and were suppei guests at the H. A. Holmgren homel Sunday Mr and Mrs Holmgren attended a family reunion in Humboldt at Gotches Park. Last Sunday the Holm- grens attended a picnic dinner at Lpst Island Lake at Ruthven. Mr and Mrs James Long spent the weekend at Lime Springs where they visited the Waltei Leonard family. Mr and Mrs Milfred Mitchell called Sunday afternoon in Fenton on the Ben Mitchells. Mr and Mrs Earl Farris of 'Estherville, Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch left Wednesday for Burlington where they will attend the wedding of Jerry Foley on Saturday. Eileen will return home with her parents after spending the summer here with the Francis Foleys, Mr and Mrs Donald Nelson, Rosemary and Billy of Wesl Union arrived Saturday for a visit with the Emil Persons and I. W. Nelson families. Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson of Algona, Mr and Mrs Donald Nelson of West Union left Monday morning for a vacation of several days in Minnesota. Rosemary and Billy Nelson are staying at the Emjl Person home. Mrs Ed Tabako and sons, Donald Hobson, and Leon Tabako of Garden Grove, Cal. arrived this week for a two weeks visit at the Gerald Angus home and with other relatives in hte vicinity, Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow met Elmore friends, Mr and Mrs Melvin Engelbart and family, Mr and Mrs Pat Sanders at Swea City in the park where they all enjoyed a cook out. Last Sunday Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan, Mrs Harley Lenardson, Billy' and Gail call ed on Mrs Ray Satory in Graettinger. She is the former Ion Whitehouse. Jfer father was 8 former minister at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Elmer Frank and family of Swea City left Sunday for a two and half weeks vacation out West. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Van Haen and sons pf Parkersburg, la. spent la$t weekend, at the Schroeder home, ; Mrs Harley Lerjardson, Billy and Gail of MWland »Mieh. and Will Christenson were dinner guests Thursday at the Charles Morris home. Mr and Mrs Morris spent the weejsfj&d at Gowrie with their daughter and family the * Beverly Sleeker Of Titonka To Wed August 31 Beverly Sleeker Titonka — Mr and Mrs Henry Sleeker, Jr., of Titonka announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Bev crly E. of Minneapolis to Maurice G. Andersen, also of Minneapolis, son of Mr and Mrs Swen Andersen of Sandstone, Minn., on Auguust 31 at the Good Hope Lutheran Church in Titonka. Beverly is a graduate of the Titonka High school of 1953, graduated from McConnell school in Minneapolis and is now employed by Northland Greyhound Bus Co. 1 of Minneapolis. Mr Andersen is a graduate of Sandstone High School attended the University of S. Dakota and graduated this June with a degree in pharmacy. He is now interning in Hurnboldt Pharmacy in Minneapolis. Inspect Algona For Barberry Employees of the Iowa and United States Department of Agriculture are inspecting all shrubbery in Algona for the presence of barberry bushes which spread stejn rust to small grains. Rust spreading barberry bushes are being destroyed in Iowa and 18 other states in a cooperative effort between the states and the federal government to eradicate the shrub. The inspectors Hammon, Larson and Lippie expect to be working in Algona this week or more. They will make their inspection block by block throughout the city. Rust spreading barberry bushes 'are restricted by law and must be destroyed. There are many kinds of barberry, some are rust spreaders and others are not. The inspectors are trained to identify the rust spreading varieties. The common barberry and the hybrid red leaf are the two types which spread rust that are most generally found in Iowa. Anyone knowing of any rust spreading variety of barberry may report them to the inspectors through the County Extension Director, Dean Barnes' office. Correction Pallbearers for the P. W. Hansen funeral, held Thursday, Aug. 1, were Harold Hunt, Tony Wagner, Roy Stoffel, John Kutschara, .Ralph Yanser and Benny Leeck. Earth is the third planet in order of distance from the sun. "Even a dog likes quiet" Want to take the nuisance out pf noise in your home? It's 99 easy-with NU-WOOP* ACQVSTJCAL TILE. Goes right over old ceilings...BO «asy to apply ...needs no decorating! 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