The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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ttftt Thumfoy, July 13, 1961 4] *;.• re -lone Rock Area «*• - ' ^ Lean, Rotk — Mr, and Mrs •5VJH Oifford of Lone Bock were rests to a birthdav dinner in Jamat of Phyllis Oifford, Mrs farten Smith of Algona anrl ra. Will Gilford.'Guests pres- ent were Mr. and Mr*. Pete Marlow, Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Krause end family, MrU, I* $ Presthus of Burt, Mrs. P.. W Maflow* and Douglas of Bun Mr. and Mrs. Marten Smith anr children' of Algona, Mr. an' Mrs, Etigene Marlow and Rod ney of 'Burt, Mr. and "Mrs. Et mer Phillips of Sexton, Mr. An Mrs, Jamei Gifford and famil; of Bancroft and Mr. and Mr. Charles Harvey of Algbna. Me. and Mrs. Wilfred Radi. were hosts to a birthday sruppe in their'home Sunday, honorirr the birthdays of 'Mrs. Raip Bierstedt and Mrs. Wilfred Had HOME LOANS - Low Cost to Build - PURCHASE OR REFINANCE your PRESENT LOAN. Principal and Inter* e*f plus your faxes and property insurance can be combined into one easy payment like rent. Come see us before you build or buy. Perhaps your present payments are too high? MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW - $ee your ma- ferial dealer or contractor, our Association has a very special plan for handling loans to help you. Write or call on Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n ALGONA (Since 1917) IOWA I [ Savings It Inve*hn«nli — Accounls Insured to $10,000 BYF.S.L.I.C. Making yoor elty * bcttir plaet to liv«, work and raise a family- tha result of i &ROWIN6 Savings and Loan business F. • BBBBIBB-BIBBMBBBBBBBBBBI Also speshuls on car polishes, waxes, etc. Les "66" Service 1 BIG loaf BREAD 19 S1.32 mm S.NNIJ FROZEN! 1 Gal. ice cream Ig. Mr. .and 'Mrs, Ralph Bierstedt and Roxanne, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Milton Marlow and Gall AfmVam? Mrs. Rose Ramstock of Eaftofe wire guests.' Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were-hosts at a birthday dinnei in honor of Mr. Kruegef, Mr and Mrs. Melvin Meyer and sot- of Alfona, Will Christenson anc Jean CHrfstensen, arid Mr. anr> Mrs*. E. A. Lee and family were guests in the Krueger home. Dale Earing returned to th- Amanda Pettit home in Lorn Rock after 'attending a Teams tsrs Union Convention nt Miam Beach, Fla. Mrs. Earing am children have been visiting ii the Pettit home. The Earing, will spend a few more days h the Pettit home before leavm; for their home at Shell Beach Cal. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kruege; were guests in the Ronald Chris tenson home in Belgrade, Minn during the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person arv John were Sunday callers in ttu Herman Kramer home at Wes'. Bend. Mr. and Mrs. John Waite and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Waite and family were Friday supper guests in the Ralph Bierstedt home. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Schwandt and family of Fort Collins, Cojo. have been visiting in the home of Gerald Radig and also othei relatives at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seege- barth were host at a picnic on the Fourth of July. Guests in the Seegebarth home were Rev and, Mrs. A. W. Schawandt anr' family, Mrs. Anna Alke, Mr. and Mrs. George Alke and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Alke, Mi. and Mrs. Bud Alke and Mr. anc Mrs. Neil Michaelson and family of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs Paul Thacker and family ot Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerak ctadig of Lone Rock and Sharor Schmidt of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig were Thursday callers in the Ear! Ackerman home at Burt. Mrs. Gertie Ackerman of Burt was a visitor Thursday in tht Frank Flaig home at Lone Rock. Barbara Jorgenson, daughtei of the Dean Jorgensons of Algona, spent a few days in tht •home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Frank Flaig, Lorn Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig, Mr and Mrs. Harold Gross and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hendricksen and family of Armstrong, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Glenn Bertson and children of Paul- Una were guests recently, in: th Emma Raid home, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wienei and Rose Ann of Burt were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Henry Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell visited Sister Marmion at Monticello recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard of I Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Ferdahl of Mason City were recent callers in the P. M. Christenson home near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs, Duane Habegar were Sunday evening callers ir the Dale Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osbori, and Mr. and Mrs. John Muncr. of Fenton were guests in tht. Milton Madison home Thursdaj evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollingci and Marilyn visited in the homt of Mrs. Nila Behrenda at Owatonna, Minn. Sunday. Mr. and ?t~rs. Wilfred Radig attended the wedding of La vonr.e Bleich to Gerald Skagg ai Burt. Mrs. F.llwyn Godden of Lorn pac, Cal. visited recently in tht Charles Morns home. Mr. am Mrs. Jack Johnson and Janei and two grandchildren of Cow rie visited Thursday in the Mor ris home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Andersor of Kanawha were Sunday guests in the Donald Blanchard home Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore anc Donna of Altoona were weekenc visitors in the Leo Ramus home Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blanchard were hosts to a picnic at thei: home Sunday. Guests presen, were Mr. and Mrs. Chfforc Mueller, Lois, Gloria, Donnie Ksren and Gary of Stanley Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and familj Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrougli Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Smith anc son, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz New brough and children, Mr. anc Mrs. Gene Btanchard and M; and Mrs. Delbert Blanchard anc children, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe anr family returned from a three v k.._,v vauauon visiting Mr. anc Mrs. Layton Behne and famili at Denver, Colo, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chestnut wood anc family in Phoenix, Ariz., daughters of Mrs. Priebe. The Priebe. visited in the Behne home ir Denyer on their return home and Charles and David, sons 01 the- Layton Behnes returnee home to Lone Rock with th. Priebes, where they will spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lon£ were Sunday evening callers in th. Glenn Flint home near Ring iled. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, Mr and Mrs. Roger Long wer. guests for a picnic at the Car' Beck home in Cylinder on tht Fourth of July. Other guests in the Beck home were Mr. and M«. L.ylc Haacfc and daughtu Mrs. Dora Haack, Mrs. Frieda Mr. and Mri. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr, and Mrs. HilfeeH Bierstedt anct faftliiy, alt of ft& ton> Mr. and Mirt. Ervfn Sletfti . >. Henry WJefe- jsenrtanl, WMft!e»er%. - "V , Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Steven srnu lamay on Laut-ens, ' Mr. anr Mrs. Elmer Frank of "jSwea City Mrs. lulma Ec.eksen ot City and Mrs. Mattrfe were Fourth of July guests at the Donafd Btsnchaid* wester Mr. and Mrs. Saitt'"A!me •&• Ames visited friends" feefe* Ssf arday. - Mrs. Viola Studer and he»_ daughter, Mrs. Hveftit AeKfif son, Debbie and 1 Denny spent July T with tfc% d^aghter sect sister, Mrs. Julius fVivian; Kclch and family at Worthing- tr-rt, M'nn. They report that f year old Dime Kdch has recov- ed very well front the Feb. ,23 Wain tumor oper&fion. Gloria Ann Kelch will be mattied August 5 to John Gotema, She fs a dental assistant and he farms near Worthington. Mrs* Studsr and the Bill Studers of Algona spent a week recently ice Atlanta, Georgia with their "son and brother, Robert Studer and fam- ily, one ,. were 1 dinner. ng in .the Paul horns CY 4-3M4 5 fOUR if may B REDECUUJ3 DAI . . . but wi'Hi fhez itemz U won't LOOK Ridicuius! Hare Spraz »• SHAMPUZ COZMETKZ COMS CREEM RINZ ALL AT REDiCKLAS PRICES STATE BUTY SALOK 101 W. STATE CY 4-3147 REDIKULOUS DAY RICKLEF'S COMPREHENSIVE SMALL IRRITATION INSURANCE V/e Cover Every Source of Irritation (Except when if conies to making a claim under this policy) PREMIUMS TOTAL Please do not scream - whimper Today, most pscple carry insurance vtfilcri compfetefy mlsssi the point. Our ptlky has the, that refreshes. MISPLACED THEATH6 TICKET Insuroncs WRONG TELEPHONE NUM3ER Inso/onee UNANNOUNCED DROP-IN Insurance MISSING SUN. SUPPLEMENT Insurance FORGOTTEN PUNCH LINE Insurance WRONG WAITING LINE Insurance See Us For Every Kind Cf Insurance !! 1 A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs Insurance Agency 6 miles from Sexton RIDICULUS!! THIS IS NO BULL! we have the LARGEST SELECTION of Home Furnishings IN THIS PART OF IOWA We have a rite 2 bee redikalus on IDiKaLuS DaiZ! OS'68$ SUIVH3 m m «/» N m rti So s o o * .2 CD CO You will find ridiculously LOW PRICES EVERDAY of the year when it comes to FURNITURE, CARPET * DRAPES WE ARE IT I Everyone tikes a BARGAIN - Bjustrom's - Direct From Factory Cono«€tion^N Where Yoa Get It, JUSTROM'S Roy Osrwald Bjusrrom EVERY RIDIKALUS DAY THEY ASK ME TO WRITE SOMETHING ABOUT MY HISTORY, HOW I CAME FROM STOCKHOLM ON KATTLE BOAT AND LANDED IN ALGONA AN BEEN HERE EVER SINCE. ONLY THIS TIME * IT FOOL 'EM. I WRITE BETTER GRAMMAR EVERY YEAR. THIS RIDIKALUS DAY KEEP GOING LONG ENOUGH AND I GET MY SPELLING SO NOBODY RECKONIZE IT. BUT WE GOT PLENTY GOOD SPELLER HERE AROUND BEWSTROM'S FURNITURE STORE. EVEN IF THE OLD MAN BANE LITTLE RUSTY, RIDIKALUS DAYS NOT SO RIDIKULAS ALWAYS HERE AT OUR STORE WHERE WE GOT ONE- TWO-THREE BIG FLOORS OF FURNITURE, BACK IN STOCKHOLM THEY GO WILD ABOUT WHAT THEY SEE HERE AND DON'T GOT OVER THERE. AMERICA A GOOD LAND. BEEN GOOD TO ME AND 1 ALL OF US, j AND WE MAKE PLENTY OF GOOD OFFERS AND BEST OF FURNITURE ALL THE TIME. THAT'S WHY WERE ROLLING ALONG IN OUR 36TH YEAR IN BUSINESS HERE. FURNITURE

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