The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 16
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PAGE EIGHT_ ALGONA : ftftg. A-;-;:''H^;^p:<' d ^ ; '" '. .'/.•. '•'•'.' ,V> : V'' : \5 ^t-9;;-/^>: ^A^ 5 ;'v^.-;.^ 1 ','-- 1 ;: / .'.'-' i/:: : ALOOflAi; JOlwi* L ^4j>v-y : '^ • • ;• -...-i--!. *..v :>- ^l^ll5K;f|S^^^^SI^^^p ££# v teiii^f|6|lil ft! Two New Members Boost Wesley Lions Club to 34 Wesley—The Libfts club held a meeting Wednesday evening at the Methodist church parlors. Loren Ozias, a teacher in the public school and Will Ryan, who moved here lately from Titonka and will operate his newly built hatchery joined the club. There are now 34 members. Tom McMahon, fire chief, gave a talk on Fire Prevention. A movie, "No Help Wanted", was shown. The picture showed how disabled servicemen are helping themselves into, useful occupations. Entertains Bridge Club— Mrs. George Vitzthum entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. .1. L,. Haverly won high score prize, Mrs. Jess Hill, low score prize, and Mrs. Viola Studer, travel prize, Mrs. George Ward will entertain the ladies next week Thursday after- Bazaar Oct. 16th— The annual Methodist church super and bazaar will be held Wednesday October 10th. Serving wil start at 5 o'clock. Senior Activities— t The 11 members of the Senior class went to Mason City Wednesday to have their pictures ta- I ken. They were on the air from KGLO shortly after 1 o'clock. All enjoyed a dancing party at the Surf that evening. Mrs. Chas. Mullin their sponsor, accompanied them to Mason City. Mrs. H. H. Raney entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. •• '1, Roy Kleinpetcr attended a gro-' eery convention at Des Moines several days last week. , The Study club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. M. Kunz. Mrs. George Aldrich had the lesson. Rosalie Alne went to Mason City Saturday where she enrolled in the LaJames School of Beauty. Patty Erdman who is a student nurse at St. Vincents hospital in Sioux City spent the weekend here at her parental Alfred Erdman home. A Hallowe'en party will be held at the Chas. Kraus home on the 24th with Mrs. John Amesbury and Mrs. George Aidrich as assistant hostesses. Mrs. R. E. Newborough and r)i"ia pnrl tht- 1'nvmer's mother- in-law Mrs. R. E. Newborough, 01 Jarilt, spent several days last week shopping in Des Moines. The Boy Scouts held their regular weekly meeting at the school house Thursday evening. The Scouts were organized here lately. Everett Barr is scoutmaster. The 20 members of the sophomore class of the public school enjoyed a, theater party at Algona Friday night. Their sponsor Lorcn Ozias, accompanied them. J. P. Studer and his sister Miss Emma Studer were in Waterloo Tuesday, where he attended an oil meeting and she visited her niece, Mrs. Edna Draucle. They called on Mrs. Bertha Richts- mcier at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Rose Laux spent the past week at Austin, Minn., visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaskopf. Their sister Mrs. Clara Baltz, of Bancroft, also visited there. The Raskoffs plan to go to California soon Al Loebig, Paul Lorenz, and "PeeWee" DeBoer were in DCS Moines on business several days last week. Loebig expects to open his cafe in the former First National Bank building which has been completely reconstructed and redecorated interiorly. The Amvct Auxiliary held its regular monthly meeting Thursday evening and a good attendance was reported in spite of the rainy day and evening. They voted to donate $15 to the new chapel that us to be installed in the Veteran's hospital at Des Moines. Servers for that meeting were Mrs. Paul Erdman, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. E. M. Olson, and Mrs. Al Wagner. Carpet rags were sewed that evening till the lights flickered too much. Servers for the November meeting are Mrs. Fred Diekrnan. Mrs. I Joe Goetz, Mys. H. J. Bralcy, and Miss Trnnzy Hutchison. Whittemore Twp'a. 4-H Club Installs New Club Officers Four Corners: The Whitte- j more Winners, the Whittemore' township 4-H club, of which El- j len Withatn is a member, will meet at the home of Hugh Carney on Saturday. New officers are to be guests. The program will be roll call, "Sayings of Mother. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin. Mrs. Nettie Rich has been visiting with out of town relatives and friends for over three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and Louis Lowinan Sr. left Saturday morning for Illinois. They intend to visit relatives. The visitors will return on Monday. Miss Phyllis Rich, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich. William Lamuth look Phyllis back to Des Moines Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gappa, John Gappa, Phyllis Rich and Bill Lamuth were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich. James Christensen spent tne afternoon and evening at the Rich home. Miss LaVonne ' Gettrrian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gettman, Garner, is staying at the William Drayton home. She ai rived in Algona Monday evening. She is now employed by the Kossuth County Advance^ OFFICE SUPPLIES: Sales books, assorted papers, rubber stamps, stapling machines, carbon papeo, Xmas stationery. Stop in and look the supply over. They're hard to . get, but we have a supply on hand, i FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRITT'S) ALGONA (Ambulance Day or Nighb—Telephone 11 IOWA, E CAREFUL Keep all shields in place. Stop machine to adjust and oil. When mechanism becomes clogged, disconnect power before cleaning. , ., . Keep hands, feet and clothing away from power-driven parts. Keep off implement unless seat or platform is provided. Keep others off. New Farm Machines Wagon Trailers With Tiinkcn Bear'nif?!- Auto Steering and New (i.511x1 (! Tiros Tok'"eim Tractor Cabs £ Tor 1! anO M Traelors. Tractor Chains In All Sizes Post Hole Diggers Fertilizer Distributor With Ausrcr. On Rubber. I Binder Twine Buy Xo\v for Next Year. SPECIAL HI: BUILT -MOTORS I-'or International 14'!' and 1}£T Trucks New Bloek Assembles EXPERT Carburetor Distributor Clutch and Magneto Work 4-Section KEWANEE HARROWS With folding draw- bar. PONTIAC PARTS - SALES - SERVICE See us for Poutiac auto repair work. We have the personnel and equipment to care for your car and a good supply of genuine Pontiac parts. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Phoue 58 Farm Machinery Walt and Deb Hall luteruiitiomil T State aud Jones YOUR ' ESfiRVE ; 1fiE , •..,.. . ' -.,., -, : ,,..-,. , Hepplcwhitc, Duncan Phyfe, Sheraton and Ch?p- pendale^are some of the traditionaldesigns rcptesenitcd in selections now at Bjustrom's. Also available feliiiv niiurc in typical Early American—'the colonial pifeccs ( so deafly loved in so many of our homes. 'Fpriybu'w ; hp prefer Modern, we have at Bjustrom's man^;ipie^e$;j5hi the • functional feeling —' furniture done % jri^.md^jeWi ; bleached ^'ods, covered in striking new.«jiy«« t »«*«& We , welcoine aiijoppoi'tunity tb show you , Bju^iir fiurniture! ,- .'!••. •• ••%;>&•. ,-, . •:•.'.•" *.'. ; There is among all of us a deep and abiding satisfaction to be secur- V-'ed from having in our homes the type of furniture you see pictured on this page We at Bjustrom's arc proud of bringing such furniture to the , homes of Algona and Kossuth. It is furniture you will live with all your life, furniture that will be handed down to your children, furniture that will through all the years of its long life bear the mark of true, last- ing, distinguished quality. A whip type fireside: ohair, in an unusual and dramatic yellow tapestry covering, $69.50 One of tlie new "dresser" room suites—the type that has , been hard to set the pa>t few years—three pieces for—5152.71 A blonde wood lamp table such as this Is now available at Bjustrom's for—S H.7 5 Outi-tandine fs this oval sectional sofa, which can be used also as three separate pieces: In deep rose mohair or rlbhcd turquoise vclour, bleached wood' trim—$475 ' - Tamp* that are in tliem-elves work ol art . . . shining alabaster bases oi rare dcsiffii and beautiful Elretuhcd silk shades— $33.50 The famous barrel-back chair that Is noted for botlj comfort and beauty—and beautifully made at this price—$49«95 Droplcaf tables In rippling walnut finish, a selection that includes the famous Duncan Phyfe tripod base—$59.05 Four-piece contemporary design bedroom suites »t—•. S239. Alfo Early American twin bed suites in mahogany at—$239.50 • ' '•• IT'S EASY To Buy Fine Furniture at Bjustrom's Some miTht thinit thjs furniture a bit «ut of reach ~h«t that's not so at pjusftom's. For we cao offef Term- • lo suit your pocketbook. A reasonable down (iivnient and the ba^nce over a period of tiro* places the furniture of your selection in your home. ABOUT Ql/'R EASY PAY PLAN fijustroni's Established 1925 '^sff'f-' K' "Kf4- HK^feSjiifi ft^i^tlnif tAsfSS'iSlKKli^S'iifeS;! sm .•**'•• ->'. -T^f" ^ ~ ? '"* ----•>-^."»:"'---> .-:•<">-: '- 8S

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