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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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V t Lf \J -W A; Lt w Alice past Fort Condon spent the "Weekend with -relatives in Dodge arid, Manson, Mr'fc Ctlert Raney is on the sick list this week with a severe told and .throat -infection. Ine* and 'Cheryl,'daughters of ;Mr ( fcnd Mrs H, M. Knecht are havirig-a.siege of mumps. Mrs Maude Free was taken to Sk Ann hospital a few days ago. She is slowly improving from a Jung congestion, . Mrs' Mary King was visited Sunday by her brother-in-law and Sister Mr and Mrs Harlan Nelson'; of Eslherville. Mr and Mrs Lowell Lenz spent a week ago Sunday at Ada, Minn., with the letter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Paul Visser. : , .. Mr and Mrs Fred Peterson had as dinner guests their somin-1'aw and daughter, Mr and Mrs F. Smouse and daughter, of Swea City,* • Mr and Mrs Charles Kuchynka were dinner guests Sunday of their son-in-lavy and daughter Mr and Mrs Dennis Elsbecker near Lone Rock, Janice Klooster and Lois Reib- hoff were brought, home Thursday by the latter's parents : Mr and Mrs Cliff Reibhoff from Cedar Falls where the girls room together and attend the Iowa State Teachers college. Mr and Mrs Klooster will take them back Monday following their between quarters break. 6-Algona (la) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Morth 10, 19S5 Mr and Mrs W.. At Sharp went. to Iowa City last week where Mr Sharp entered University HosfJt* tal for diagnosis of on intestinal disturbance. ' ' Mr and Mrs Duand Riley and son David and Mrs Riley's pa** ents Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch spent Sunday at LuVerne with Mr and Mrs James Doak. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold • its regular meeting Monday, March 14, at 8:00 p.m. in the Legion Hall.'Movies of .the Centennial will be shown.' Mrs Robert Schoby had as guests Monday evening Mrs Francis McConnell, Mrs A r t Wiese, Mrs Cliff Johnson and daughters Beverly, Maxine and Karen. > Mr and Mrs A. T. Grisham of Cylinder, parents of Carl Grisham recently drove to Elk River, Mo. to attend the funeral services for Luther Grisham, cousin of A. T. Grisham. Frances Wright and Hazel Brooks of Eagle Grove visited Mrs Andrew Hansen, Sunday. Miss Wright is a well known former resident here g number of years ago. Mr and Mrs .Robert Knudsen spent last weekend at Des Mbines with the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Harold Mogenson. They also attended the basketball games. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and son David were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr .and 'Mrs Alfred Smith at LuVerne. The. dinner was given in celebration' of the birthday of Mrs Smith. ' , Elmer, file fieri tfrtoi*B*lW,feJt i* plane ne*apt>li$,<MSrin« for New York City to attend the toy show. He will be Uwne until the last of this week. 4 Mrs Hulda Kollasth had a* dinner gilestsiSiniday her sons-in-law and daugliterst Mr and Mrs How-> 6rd Lunsinan of Spencer and Mr arid Mrs Grady Phillips arid daughters Sartdrn and Gayle, Mr and Mrs Erwin Willgin Were accompanied to Chicago, HI., last week by Mrs Alec Dermand. Mr Wiltgen attended a jewelry school there and completed a course in diamond setting. Helen Kuhlman was out of school last week with a virus infection. Since her mother was at Rochester, Helen and her sister Diane stayed with their brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Carl Grisham. Mr and Mrs Louie Lenz had as dinner guests Sunday their sons- in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Harry Blume, of Ames, and Mr and Mrs Harlan Haas; Other guests were Mr and Mrs Merle Kauffman, of Perry. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen were visited from Saturday till Wednesday by their daughter Sheila Ann, R. N., of Broadlawns hospital, Des Moines. Other guests over the weekend were Mrs Hansen's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Alvin Karr of Ireton. Mr Hansen is still at St. Ann hospital but is improving. He suffered a back injury in a fall there recently. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent Sf. art expected home this -weekend from F.ort Lauderdale f they Have been since 'after their, return hohl Mrs Fred Kent Jr., pis a vacation of a month The Rev. and Mrs S.:H, m«- of Swea. City Visited Mrs Ethel Gilles and her brother H, A. Davidson, Monday. They had nisei visited friends at the Roberts Nursing Home and had conducted vespers at Friendship HaVeh, Fort Dodge. , Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell and son John drove to Garner Sunday and spent the 'day with Mrs Campbell's parents! Mr and Mrs Homer Young. They brought home their son Jimmy who had spent a fortnight there With' his grandparents. Mr and Mrs C. R. Schoby are spending Thursday and Friday at Des Moines where the former is attending a state A.F.C. meeting. While in the city they will spend a part of the time with Mr Sch-- oby's son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Kermit Thoreson. Mr and Mrs William Funk and Diane Riley spent Sunday at Manson with Mrs Funk's son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs James Hammen. Mr and Mrs Hammen are parents of a son born Feb. 27 whom they have named Nicholas Eugene. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait had as dinner guests Sunday their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Duaine Wallukait and daughters Jane and Julie of Humboldt and son-in-law and daughter Mr and • Mrs Herbert Wey- I 1 I YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR and DRAPES Brighten Your Home For Spring most -musual and complete carpet department in this area is at BJUSTHOM'S where rack after rack of carpeting can be seen at a glance under brilliant lighting. And, at BJUSTROM'S you'll find expert assistance in helping you make your selection. Bring your room measurements and we'll do the figuring. Every color scheme can be blended together with just the right carpet. Your carpet or rug will make everything in the room more beautiful. And when you buy carpeting or rugs, you'll want these three important factors which determine the quality; density and quality of pile, resilience and weight. You'll get all this quality at BJUSTROM'S. Whether it is wool, cotton, nylon or fibre or what have you, there is always a complete selection 'here in these nationally famous brands. 9 Alexander Smith Gulistan Firth • Mohawk • Masland • Wonder Weave Custom - Made With spring just around the corner, how lovely and fresh looking your rooms will be with some new custom-made drapes from BJUSTROM'S. Our new shipment of materials just arrived with the very newest of patterns and fabrics. Nowadays every home has a variety of window sizes which calls for custom-made work. Wilh expert decorators here in our store you can feel at ease in making your selection of our fine drapery malerials. Beautiful floral designs in a variety ot color combinations plus the newest modern designs and. the plains will delight your eye when you visit our store. Make the change today while you're doing your spring housecleaning. Prompt, expert work always. 1925 Use Our Convenient Purchase Plan ! dert, Krlsty and Kathy of Titonka. " Mrs Leonard Malueg was met at Mason City, Sunday by. her son and 'datightet-iii-lsiw'Mf and'Mite Ir'wlfiMBliieg and bnought 1 hpftiej She had IloWn from CHicagd where she 5 had ' spent several weeks with he'r 1 son-in-Jaw and daughter 'Mr and Mrs Kempfer Huber. . j ' Carl Grisham hrfd ,a recent check-up at a Fort Dbdge hospital where he had been taken several Weeks ago following 'a tractor accident. He is 'in a wheel chair a 'part of the time but is not yet permitted on his feet. It is expected he can begin standing a little by mid-summer. Mr and Mrs Luke Hamilton, whd wei'e married Feb. 21. returned Tuesday from a .wedding trip to New Orleans, La., and ,va» rious points in 'Florida.' EnroXite home they 'stopped at Des'Moines to visit Mr and Mrs John Bieg^ gar, relatives of Mrs Hamilton, who is the former Rachel Gisch. Mr and Mrs Carl Grisham were visited Sunday by the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Claude Grisham of Stewart- Ville, Minn. The Claude Grishams and their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs John Elkins plan to move to Loveland, Colo., when business arrangements have been completed. Robert Kuhlman will assist them in the moving. Mrs Wilma Kuhlman- went lo Rochester Friday for a check-up at the Mayo clinic. Her only ailment was over weight, and she is now on a diet. Mrs Hugh Colwell accompanied her thei'e to be with her daughter Mrs Harold Banwart. Betty Banwart, iwc year old daughter of Dr and Mrs Banwart had heart surgery . Saturday. This is the second operation the child has had and she is slowly improving. Mrs Colwell remained at Rochester till Wednesday. Mrs Kuhlman returned in a few days. Former Resident Dies In Illinois T,ast rites for Mrs Gertrude A. Osterbauer, 67, Rockford, 111. woman who lived in Algona many years ago, will -be held at Mc- Culluogh's Funeral Chapel this afternoon (Thursday) at 3 p.m. . Rev. Gerald Hallauer will officiate at the services and burial will follow in Riverview Cemetery. Mrs Osterbauer died at her home in Rockford last Saturday, and rites were held for her there Tuesday. Gertrude Ashelford was bora in Algona, and lived here until 1910 when 'she married Edward Osterbauer, June 15, and moved with him to Rockford. She was a resident of that city for 45 years until her death. Her husband preceded ler in death, Dec. 17, 1947. They iad no children. ; Survivors include five sisters: Mrs Carl Hutchins (Ella), Algona; Mrs Ruby Tripp, Florida; Mrs Ofccar Miller (Nellie), Titonka; Mrs Grace- Yount, Dekalb, : 111.; and Mrs Tony Goeders (Violet), Mason City; and a brother, Ashelford, Miles City, Mont. Academy Piano Recital Tonight St. Cecelia's piano beginners class will present a recital on Thursday, March 10 in the Academy Hall at eight p.m. The music of Bach, Chopin, and Chaminade will also be heard as played by Josephine Platt in her Certificate Recital. The free will offering from this recital,- as also the intermediate recital March 15, the vocal concert, March 29, and the senior recital, April 14 will be used for the purchase of Risers for the Academy Choral Groups. The public is invited to attend. Those taking part are Ann and Sarah Cullen, Joyce, Blandina, and Madonna Erpelding, Doreiw Funk, Alice Cink, Helen Guzowski, ,Mary Zittritsch, Vicky Arndorfer, Kenton Immerfall, Sylvia Downs. James Zimmerman, Ellen Suirrier, James Pickett, Donald King, Mark Beringer, James Nit- chols, Robert Schneider, Thomas Timmons, Michael Smith, Mary Foertsch, Jo Ellen Milder, Brian Linnun, Gary Mergen, Brendu Thilgos, Clara Hanson, James Heinen and Kathryn Prothman. Ask Nominees In Farmer Contest A search has begun id find the outstanding young farmer in Kossuth County, according to an announcement from Al* ' gona JayCee President, Dave Smith. A contest, sponsored by the Algona JayCees and the American Petroleum In' slilute, is now underway, and will close March 25, Official nomination forms may be obtained from any of the implement dealers in Algona, or from contest chairman Howard" Slillman. . Announcement of the winner/ who must be 21 to 35 years of dge, will be made March •30. „; ... .. ;.•. ; :.. ,. All area winners will be eligible fpr entry in the state -contest, and in turn, all state winners will be entered in the national contest which closes .April 29. Four farmers will be selected as the best in the nation by a panel of national agricultural leaders. Final judging will rest on the Salesman Struck By Hemorrhage Bernard Yeoman, Algona man who was taken to University hospital at Iowa City last Friday, is in good condition, according to word received by his wife an_d parents here. Mr Yeoman, who travels for Kurtz Hardware Co., suffered a hemorrhage Thursday night and another Friday morning while calling on a customer at Whittemore. He was brought to Algona by ambulance, then to Iowa City for X-rays and further tests to determine his condition. Exact cause of the trouble is not known. 2 New Employees, Beauty Salon C V. Fowler announced this week that two new beauty operators have joined Fowlers Beauty Salon staff. They are Evelyn Peterson of Columbus, Ohm; and Mrs Rosalie Burgess of Estherville. Miss Peterson has' had 12 years of experience including several years at LeMars where she owned her own shop. Mrs Burgess also has 10 years of experience. She has managed shops at Armstrong and Estherville. STEEL OF-FICE equipment, desks, chairs, files, tables by Invincible, Cole and Art Metal, at the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Ill E. Call St., Algona. ability of the farmer and his contribution to his community, based on talent and farewell Party Held At LuVerne LuVerne '— A farewell party, honoring Mr and Mrs 1 Lyle Samp- sort was held in the LuVerne town hall, Friday evening. Abbufr 30 enjoyed the courtesyt Cards were played, Refreshments were served and a gift was, pre* s"ented. The Sampson family moved south of • Humboldt. Attending" were JVtf and Mrs Albert Hefti, Mr arid Mrs Wi Raymond Legler,- Wilson Legler, Mr and Mrs Francis Krause, Mr and Mrs Ralph Oxley, Mr and Mrs 'John Kiley, Mr arid Mrs Sylvester Brace, William Rathj< ^Caroline Robb and their families. Fine Two, Nd Headlight Dim failure to j dim headlights tteoUght fines of $10 each and costs to Ira F. Bonnette and Rob- , ert L. Kollasch, both of Algona, in the court of C. H. Ostwmkle, justice of the peace, this week. , In other cases in J. P. court, John .F. GolwiUer, /Burt, was fined $5 and costs on a traffic violation; and Waldrhar HttReidel, Burt, was fined $10 and costs for an.overwidth 6rt a truck. Hds Appendectomy ' Mayor's Court * . Only two persons-were. 1 tfled in, Mayor Linda ClapslacTdle's' cblirt during the past week. Mrs Doris E. Pritchard, 'Grand Island, Neb., was sentenced to 10 days in the Humboldt County jail for intoxication, and Wayne Hanson, Algona, paid $5 and costs fbr speeding. : ; . * ;ji--ao. un- dirw'e'nt an emfcfgfehfey appendectomy in the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, ! after mldftight Sunday evening. Layottttfe is. the 1 42 year old daughter of. Mr ^ and Mrs Arthur Maass. Her condition following surgery was reported as favorable. At State Meet Tllonka— Members of the girls basketball, team left Friday after"noon to attend the state girls basketball Series. at Des Moines, Friday evening and Saturday evening. The girls >were chaperoned by Miss Brown ; ; , on TO 35 Friday & Sat. THIS WEEK AT TAYLOR IMPLEMENT T — Qrah&nts li ...... Welcomes All 4-H Club Members and Friends To Algona Saturday. Our Guests For The Day Will Be The Lone Rock Lively Rockets Representatives: Mrs. Frank Meyer, Fenton, Leader; Lola Meyers, Fenton, President; Phyllis O'Donnell, Lone Rock, Vice President. DRESS Chambray • Many Beautiful Bright Strips. • Matching Plain Colors. • 36 inches Wide. • Washfast Colors. 4yds BOYS' BLUE DENIM JEANS • Zipper Fly • Tough Denim • Full Cut • No Rip, Seams • 8 oz.- Sanforized t Sizes 4 » )2 1.0O Qrahams SPECIAL PURCHASE! CHILD'S Tumbl Togs • Chambray Playsuits. • Boxer Style Slacks & Jeans. • Infants' Snap Crotch Creepers, t Assorted Fabrics & Colors. each 1«QQ LADIES 1 RAYON BRIEFS AND PANTIES t Nylon lace Trim. t Elastic (.eg. • All Colors & Sixes. 1.00

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