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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 22, 1960
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v\ f i <-*1jan« (Ip.) Upp«r DM Molrw Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 . Mr and Mrs E. L. Garbett will have as guests Thursday Mr and Mrs John Slegman, Emmelsburg. Jack Gross has been home on a leave and has visited his grandparents Mi- and Mrs Wilbur Holdren. Mr and Mrs W." C. Irelan will be guests of Mr and Mrs Robert McAtee at Fort Dodge Thanksgiving Day. Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase and family will be guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen at Fentpn. Mr and Mrs Russell Gusler were visited last week by the former's father John Guster, Omaho, Neb. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen ore going to Mason City Thanksgiving Day to be with their daughter Sheila Ann, R. N. Mr and Mrs Albert Haag will have as Thanksgiving weekend guests Mr and Mrs Vincent Matz, Ronnie and Rhonda, Albia. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason will have as guests Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs James Potter and fami ly, Nevada, and Mary Susan Eason, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs W. A. Hall are having Mr and Mrs James Spies, Ames, and the parents Mr and Mrs Adolph Spies, Gracttinger, as Thanksgiving guests. Cindy Hardy, enrolled at the Mankato, Minn., college, will be home Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy. Pat Doerning had surgery at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge,' Wednesday. He suffered a back injury some time ago and the surgery was for a vertabrae replacement. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller drove , to Spencer Thursday and visited relatives. Thanksgiving they will ' ' have as guests Mr and Mrs Bill Fuller and Mrs .Don Peterson, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs C. E. Dearths are being, visited by Mr and Mrs Ronald Hlad, of Sylvan Grove, Kan. They will be joined Thanksgiving Day by Mr and Mrs Duane Cumpslon, -Atlantic. Mr and Mrs Ronald Hutchings, Corwith, Mr and Mrs"' Charles Dearchs, Mr and Mrs J. F. : Hofius and the respective families. Mr and Mrs John Hanselman arc having Mr antl Mrs Tom Ellefson, Sexton, as d i n n e r guests Thanksgiving. Mr and Mrs F. M. Holt. Betty, Luann and Alan are going to Spencer Thursday and will be: guests of Mr and Mrs Lee Holt. Mr and Mrs Arnold Gerdis. Lori and Jimmie will be guests Thanksgiving of the latler's mother, Mrs H. Tegtmeyer, Woden. Joyce Huenhold, a student al Dubuque college, will spend the Thanksgiving voekcnd with her parents, Mr and Mrs Alwin Ilucnhold. Mr and Mrs Elliott Skilling will hove Mr and Mrs Don Baade and children Brian, Mareia and Ronnie, Titonka, as guests Thursday. Mrs Meda Redfield left Thursday for her home r,t Des Moines having concluded a visit with Mrs Bessie Jones, Myrtle Turnbaugh, Mrs Elmer Phillips and others. Friends of Mr and Mrs Rudy Harrig will be interested in learning they have moved to Jackson, Minn., from LeMars and have purchased a Coasl-to-Coast store. Connie Hall is coming Wednesday from Dubuque to spend the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Gordon Hall. She is enrolled at Dubuque college. Mrs Arthur Glasor and son Don, who was recently discharged from service and had been in Japan, spent Tuesday and over night at Omaho with Mr and Mrs William Ryan. Mr and Mrs Wade Hansen will have their son Lynn home from C r e i g h t o n U., Omaho, for Thanksgiving. The son Dirk attends the college but since he is also employed will not be home. Mr and Mrs Jerry Hobbs will have as guests Thanksgiving Day the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Woodrow Johnson, Irvington, her brother Terry Johnson, Ames. Mrs Eva Deim and Mary Bieser. Mr and Mrs Gene Hood had Mr and Mrs Clifford Norris. Des Moines, as weekend guests. Othei gu<*Sts at dinner Sunday were Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding and Maureen and Kathy Coleman, St. Paul, Minn. Mrs W. C. Taylor was hostess to her Thimble club Monday afternoon. < Mr and Mrs Glen Harms had Mr and Mrs Joh Hoodjei, Allison, as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clarcncs Hunt and family will be i;uests Thur.Mi.-iv of Mi and Mrs Paul H'lin.Tt. Mr and Mrs Arthur Jackmai' an; 'at Rochester. Alum., where Mr Jackman had surgery. It is expected they will be home after 'thanksgiving. Mr and Mrs O. B. Harmes plan to spend Thanksgiving at Rock Port. Mo., with the former's parents. Mr and Mrs Ernest Zuck. Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken Marea, Mary am! aJnet. plan to spend Thanksgiving Day at Sa< City with Mr and Mrs Marvin St rnett. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimcr diove to Rochester, Minn., last Sunday to visit the former's mother Mrs Kate Ileimer and M; and Mrs Thomas lleimer. Friends of Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, former Presbyterian pastor and now living at St. Paul, Minn., will be glad to learn he has been dismissed from a hospital there and has resumed a part of his pastoral duties. Union Charily Ch'ristmas dartco will be held at V.F.W. hall Nov. 26, sponsored by Internationa! Ass'n. of Machinists of which Weidenhoff Corp., Universal Mfg. Co. and Norton Machine Works are members. The public is in- vi'.cd. Alpha Psi Sorority met at the home of Joan Haas Nov. 15. After the meeting cards were played with high going to Norma Marshall and low lo Gloria Erpelding. The next meeting will be held Dec. 2 with Jan Anderson. Dr. and Mrs L. R. Potler will have as guests Nov. 27 Commander and Mrs Al Creel, Chicago, Mr and Mrs Don McDonough, Schaller, Mr and Mrs James Potler. Nevada, and Mr and Mrs Don Potter and the .respective families. Mr and Mrs Mel Griffin wil.< have as guests Thanksgiving Mi and Mrs Kim Barnhardt, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hallas and Agnes Recldin, Salem, Mrs Grace Me- Mahon and granclaughter Jean Ann Teter, Huron, S.D., and Mr and Mrs C. E. Redclin, Chester, S.D. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley havo been visited by their daughtei Mrs Richard Boisjolie, Minneapolis, who came to assist in the care of her grandmother Mrs Laura Hint/, who suffered a broken hip in a fall a few weeks ago. Mr Boisjolie joined his family here for the weekend and look them home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Seeley will have Mr and Mrs .Gene Hood as dinner guests Thanksgiving. FRIDAY & SATURDAY FROZE FLORIDA GOLD Cans $1 NORTH STATE FROZEN MIRACLE WHIP JQUAR 39c CAMPBELL'S SOUP TOMATO - Canjc NO. 1, NORTHERN GROWN RED PONTIAC POTATOES....... 50 Lb. Bag $1.« CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF PIES - 5 for 1 FLORIDA GROWN GRAPEFRUIT, Ruby Red, : 10 Large DC U. S. CHOICE, REAL TENDER MOREA FED BEEF QUARTERS A Beef, Lb. 45c HINDQUARTERS, Lb. 51c HORMEL S NO. 1 DAIRY SLICED BACON Lb. 49c HORMEL'S DAIRY BRAND SMOKEES Pkg. 49c LEAN, MEATY Lb. 29c Welcome To Algona On Santa Claus.Day, Friday, Nov. 25 — And Stop In And See Us Too ! Evelyn and Beverly James will comt. 1 Wednesday rrom Iowa City where they aie students nt the uiuviisiiy and will spend the ThanUsuivini; holiday \villi their pan nts. Mr and Mrs Paul James. Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen Ki'l a.-' dinner guests Sunday A. T IiVminingsen. Ise\vo' and Mr and Mrs S. W. George, Storrr. Lake. The Heimninysetis will .spend Thursday at Fairmont with Mr and Mrs Charles Smallwood. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen will be quests Thanksgiving 01 Mrs Florence Schichtl, sister of Mrs Johannsen, at Hurt. Othei guests will he Mr and Mrs Wayne Sehielitl. Headlyn. Evening Muests will be Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson, Lu Verne. Mr and Mrs Melvin Dutton and Mr and Mrs Ciien 'J'eeior, Hurt. The fourth birthday of Sandra Nelson will be observed at this time. Four Lone Rock Persons Suffer Broken Bones Lone Rock — In the past few ;!a.vs in the LOIR- Rork community there seems to have been an epidemic of broken bones. Jill Thacker, 10-month old daughter of Mr >and Mrs Paul Thacker, had the misfortune of fracturing a bone in the center "f the I high. Her father was carrying Jill down the steps from i upstairs after playing with her i brothers. Mr Thacker recently, had a broken leg and apparently ! he is still a little weak and he fell down the steps with Jill. Jill j was taken to St. Ann hopsilal in j Al.",or.a. Jill is in traction in the' ho.;piial and will be there for about six weeks. ! Mrs Everett Harma broke her right and left arms as result of a tall when she tripped over a i'cot scr-ipcr Friday morning. The \ ii. ft arm was broken below the! > i r-'v a-icl the relit arm just I abovo the wrist. She also wren- ' chcd her shoulder. Both arms are in a full cast. Mrs Manna was released trom \\\2 hospital Nov. 1J>. She \viil be in the casts for at least six weeks. The Hannas live on a farm Ii 1 /- nvles south and '/a mile ea.-U oi Lone Rock. Richard Knoll. 8, son of Mr and Mrs Win. Knoll, broke hi. : ; arm while running in play in the gym ill school during the noon h puff; Tuesday morning. The arm wa pu: in a cast and will remain \ <_ne trom tour to six- ;w Richard just celebi-ated"his"eig!' oirthaay" Friday. ' .,' j i.-.ary Rath, It, son of Mr a'nrf. Mrs Clinton Rath, broke his right? leg as a result of slipping on frosty grass. The leg was broken just aoove the anKle. He fcli .vionuay morning and was taken-. -O Or. JuUey in F on ion and in' ..urn 10 Holy Family hospi- ;al in Esthcrville where the leg was set. lie will be on crutches for six weeks. Implement Firm, Losie Rock, Sold Herb Nelson hi a business deal completed some' weeks ago but not effective until Nov. 1, the Kossuth County Implement Co. of Lone Rock has Nen sold by John Zalaznik and lie x Taylor, co-owners, to Her-. !n it Nelson. Mr Zalaznik, who has been managing the firm since February of 1952, will remain with the new owner for from 00 to 90 days i'i assist.'His plans for the future an- indefinite. He has made his home in Algona during the years. Mr Nelson formerly farmed in the Hurl-Titonka area, and also operated a produce firm at Hurt lor some years. lie islvell known in the area. The firm handles Intel national Harvester equipment. , Woid, disfciter chairman.. W. iforf *Ha)l 'of 4 IvlaSOn Cftty was master at ceremonies at the luncheon meeting with Dr. Robert Gordon National Director of Educational Relations, Washington D.C. giving the main address. Discussion groups during the afternoon session were attended by. Kossuth County chapter delegates. Area Red Cross Officers Attend M. City Meeting The Iowa Red Cross Conference held in Mason City Tuesday. Nov. 15, was attended by Kossuth County Chapter representatives Milton Norton, chapter chairman, Kathleen McEriroe, Gils Strom, Once Algonan, Passes Gustaf Strom, former Algona resident died Wednesday at Watsonville, Calif. He had been in ill health two years. Mr Strom was born in Eskilstuna, Sweden, May 2(5, 1878, and came to America in 1897. lie farmed near Algona and Elmore, Minn., before moving to California in 1935. Surviving are four sons, Arnold of Salinas, Calif.; Eric of Half Moon Bay, Calif.; John of Mason City, and Roy of Watsonville, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs J. P. (Sigrid) Benson, Brawlcy, Calif., and Mrs Vern (Yarda) Rennick, Medford, Ore., and six grandchildren. lie was preceded in death by his wife in 1946. Funeral services were held Friday at Watsonville. Rural Carriers And Wives Meet At Swea City Kossuih County rural letter carriers and members of the auxiliary met recently with Mr and Mrs Dick Berg, Swea City, as hosts. After a pot luck supper and business meeting, plans were made lor the Christmas parly to be held in Algona at the hotel. Mrs Hensley has an interesting program planned. Gifts were brought for the county home'and Mrs Heifner brought the gift for auction. Mrs Mary Genrich has recently returned from" visiting her daughter in California. She is secretary, Present were Mr and Mrs Pat McGuire, Mr Steenhard, Mr and Mrs Mallory, Guy Giddings, Mrs George Thompson and a neighbor, Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley, Mr and Mrs Herb Hensley and children, Mrs Genrich, Mr and Mrs M. O. Givens, Mr and Mrs L. C. Heifner, Earl Berg, and Mr and Mrs Dick Berg. Two Coitt FiUd Two new cases were filed ih district court here this week. Miller Lumber Co., plaintiff, ;ec ks $l(i;Ui) from Ted and Bernadine Ililber", defendants, for merchandise; and Lawrence C. Lewis, plaintiff, is asking a divorce and custody of two minor girls from Ruth Ann Lewis, defendant. They were married Dec. 9, 1950 at Faiimont and the plaintiff charges cruel and inhuman treatment, IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT GRAND .OPENING FRI. & SAT. FREE 50 Gallons Of Gas Each Week For 4 Weeks. Elbert's Oklahoma Service Station East Of V.F.W. Hall Win Top Honors In Senfrai Drive Fenlon — ' Mollie Blanchard and Janelle Bailey were the top salesmen in a recent magazine subscription contest in Sentra! junior high school. Total sales were $1,108, with Mollie selling $154.42 and Janelle $153.60 worth of subscriptions. The prize was a' radio, but since the girl's totals were so close each will receive a radio. The money raised will go into the school's activity fund. Individual salesmen receive 10 pel- cent of their gross sales. 3 Missionaries To Speak Here Rev. .Nichols Beginning Sunday, Nov. '11, the First Baptist church here will have a three day missionary conference. Eileen Bader, for 10 years a nurse in Congo will speak Nov. 27 at 10:45 a.m., (i:'M p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, at 8 p.m. missionary speaker will be Ht,-v. John Nichols, missionary to Haiti. Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 8 p.m., Joyce Hornberger, missionary nurse from West Africa will be guest speaker. The public is cordially invited to hear these missionaries who are under the Conservative Baptist Home and Foreign Society. (UDM Engra- 1 viag) SHOPPERS PACK BJUSTROM'S t • . . . and Still Going Strong! Pictured above is |ust a sample of the kind of crowds tha t have rushed to Bjustrom's to cash in on this valCTe packTd event. Ask anyone who has been to Bjustrom's during the past week . . . He'll tell you about the terrific price cuts on every type of furniture and home furnishings being offered at Bjustrom's during this tremendous Sale. HERE ARE A FEW SAMPLES*OF VALUES ... . AND JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS 3-pc. BEDROOM SUITE Reg. 149.95 new mod- iern dresser, mirror and full size bed. Handsome blonde finish, fine workmanship throughout. 149.95 Value 59.97 IRONING BOARD The famous Rid-Jid all metal ajustable ironing board. Adjust to any height. Made to Sell at 9.95 CLOSE OUT PRICE 3.97 CRIB MATTRESS Child crib mattress innerspring with flex- olator and moist proofed ticks. Reg. 12.95 CLOSE OUT PRICE 6.97 Alexander Smith Montoigo Carpet Choice of Decorator Colors 12 ft. Width Reg. 7.95 4.88 Sq. Yd. BUNK BEDS Complete Full 39" width-makes into twin beds or sturdy BUNK BED Complete with lader, guard rail & 2 innerspring Mattress's. 138.95 Reg. Value Sale Price ONLY 79.88 Innerspring Mattresses 29.50 Value 3/3 size only Innerspring Mattress — SALE $16.97 39.50 Value Innerspring Mattress 3/3 or 4/6 Size — SALE _•„_ $22.97 59.50 Value Imperial Luxury Mattress 59.50 Value Imperial Box Spring, Your choice Mattress or Box Spring $29.97 Simmons 2 for 1 Special — Full Size Only Miracle Sleep Unit — 220'Coil Box Spring Mattress — BOTH ,*__..____. $79,95 Hotel Supreme Unit. 310 Coil Spring & Box Spring — BOTH - __ $89.9S Simmons "500" (Extra-Firm) Mattress and Box Spring — BOTH $il.9» FOAM RUBBER MATTRESSES , And BOX SPRINGS Fuam Rubber Mattress & B,ox Sppng Hy.SO Value Foam Rubber 4' i; thlpk i~,' ; ' BOTH T ____ ,.... $89.97 ' 189.50 Supreme—, 6" Thick ' ' BOTH BOTH „- i .' • •„! $119.97 ' Others — "One Of A ;Kind- IJaitsVat l^riss • Than ' a PRJCE. ! ; ., 'j, { . ] t i WE DELIVER ! LIQUIDATION SALE BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPT. STOP IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF , .>' All S6les Final 3-pc. Curved Sectional Foam Rubber The custom built style piece that has the Middle West raving. Highly styled and finest workmanship throughout. Choice of latest miracle fabrics in any color. Regular $389.95 CLOSE OUT PRICE 229.97 Bring Your Room Measurments Broadloom Carpeting Choose from Alexander Smith & Mugee. .See us during this gigantic liquidation sale for room size rug or wall to wall carpeting. Factory representative will be on hand to help you with your needs. Extra special deal during this great selling event. All Wool Broadloom As Lo,w As $6.95 Sq. Yd. — Others As Low As $4.98. 9 x 12 Broadloom Augs $37.50. f ••' i ALGONA, IOWA

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