The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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(la.) Upper Oes Moinee Thursday, Nov. 17, 1955 .* I Tidbits From Evelyn A friend drew my attention to an error I made in reporting on tin- Abner Longs at Harrisburfi. Pa. I said J. T. Long, so the friend said, and of course I meant J. T. Jackson lives there and owns property. Which all .coos to show I should read my copy more carefully before sending it in. J. T. is a brother of the late Sarah Jackson who for several years before her marriage was stenographer in the Sullivan and McMahon law offices. * » « Lavonne Pitlman says she and her husband haven't much time fur partying and gadding around. With an expanding family they found thry needed two more rooms and arc adding them to their cute littln home on So. Jerome st. The Harold Jergensons have added three rooms and a ba'h to their home on South Minnesota and Fair streets. « » « Cecil Schilmoeller has been having trouble with a knee which he injured .-some time ago. Fortunately it is healing nicely and he will soon be fit as a fiddle and-ready for basketball. • • * The Thompson Distributing Company is opening an office at Omaha. Neb. Kmil llaii?on, husband of Vivian Thompson, has been chosen aS manager and the couple recently moved there. * t * It takes coutage to have the kind of a job Bernard Wilson has. He spends about eight months of the year at Toule Air Base, Greenland, in a civilian job. The settlement is about the si/.e of Emmetsburg. established on ice, all pipes laid on top of tht. "ground". It is only 500 mile.-, from the north pole. Bernard has been working at the base tin? past five years. He is the twin brother of Mrs Vaughan Rising Probably the best part of it if the very good pay. * » * Bob Stebritz and some friends were expected from Fort Worth, Texas, for the pheasant hunting. Bob is a pilot and he was to friends via plane. Hcbedside, a nice arrangement. She d bring 1 is making the army his career. * * * The Harriet Brown - Ronald Peterson wedding was Nov. 11, the 30th wedding anniversary of Harriet's parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Brown. A nice idea to have anniversaries dates. the same When Mrs Bob Sigsbee answered the phone the other day she began quite a. discourse thinking it was I who had called. She thinks my voice and that of a friend are very similar. * * * I had a phone call the other day that surprised me. It was Emma Dehnert. As most of you know, she has been quite sick and still isn't out of bed except to si' in a rocker at not too lony intervals. Her phone is at her can look across the Street and when the light is on she can see me here under the light at my desk. She says I am company for her, just seeing me. * * * Luella Baker is one of the first "birds" to fly to a warmer clime for the winter. For several years she has been wintering at Tucson, Ariz. This year she left with her brother-in-law, Dr.. and Mrs H. H. Stewart, of Kanawha, for California where the Stewarts will spend .the winter. Mrs Baker will be there for awhile and will then go to Tucson for most of the time. They stopped enroute at Ames to see Mrs Baker's son and daughter-in- law, Dr. and Mr3 Durwood Baker and family. The Floyd Turners have three aughters, Mrs Ruby Boyce, of DCS Moines, Mrs Marjorie Apple of 'Algona and Mrs Pauline De- Kruif, of Sheldon. The three got together recently at Sheldon, a farewell visit before Mrs Boyce leaves for Toronto, Can., to join her husband who has been there several months working for an insurance company. He went first to see how he was going to like it before pulling up stakes and leaving Des Moines. » « * I haVen't been feeling too chipper of late—the usual winter ills, cold and cough—and the rattle of this machine doesn't help my head any, so the column is brief this week. Hope to do better next. * * * I'll close with some items of 1898—I know there are still quite a number of people who will remember the ones spoken of in the column. "Auditor Calkins us in his new home and comfortably settled. Fred Dormay who has not walked for five years, was carried to the polls yesterday. He was bound to cast a vole for 'McKihley. The winter term of the .normal school opens ,next week Tuesday. Prof. Lilly says every prospect promises a good attendance. Mr Wadsvvorth, father of J. W. and T. II., went back to'his Wisconsin home to cast his vote. He had no other business but didn't propose to lose his ballot this year. (Wonder if any town ever had six candidates for mayor)* Lewis H. Smith has an old ballot voted in Algona in 1876. just 20 years ago, with Samuel J. Tilden for president. It Ls a little insignificant looking strip of paper. More next week. Studer Sends 13 Cattle To Show Chicago, No*. 8—A prominent Kossulh county cattle farm will be represented in the competitions of the 56th annual International Livestock Exposition Nov. 25 through Dec. 3, show officials announced. Ben G. Studer, of Wesley, has listed .. entries for six purebred Aberdeen - Angus; one. Polled Shorthorn; and six head of purebred Shorthorns. He will compete for top honors in the contest of these breeds at this the world's greatest livestock show. ADVERTISING in the Algonl tipper Des Moines rescues more famiiies in Kossuth county than *nv other publication » and Look Us Over! ALL THREE FREE - LOOK - READ then select the furniture of your choice and it may come to you absolutely FREE as your Your Choice Furnituie on Our 3 Big Floors ^^^^^r » To Be Given to Some Lucky Winner! BJUSTROM'S BIG ANNUAL HOLIDAY EVENT - AGAIN THIS YEAR! It was big last year ... ifs going to be BIGGER this year! ... for at Bjustrom's we have gone to great lengths to bring together in one stock - on three floors - the largest selection of home gifts you will find in this area! And if you are the lucky person on December 2, whatever you have selected and put down as "Your Christmas Desire" at Bjustrom's will be yours to enjoy - ABSOLUTELY FREE! Don't wait . . . come in now and look over our three big floors . . . make your selection . . . and when the new mayor, Dr. C. C. Shierk, draws the winning card on December 2, it can very well be YOU! You can start registering now- and through December 2nd until 7 P.M. You do not have to be here to win! don't stew... We Have The Answer For You! THE BIGGEST SELECTION OF "HOME GIFTS" IN THIS ENTIRE AREA Here, on the three floors of the Bjustrom Furniture store, you will find one of the most marvelous and most complete stocks of home gifts to be found anywhere! Everything from pillows and hassocks to richly handsome livingroom suites and sparkling chrome dinettes! Our three floors are just jam-full of this new holiday merchandise, direct from factories, and ready for your inspection. Truly, this holiday season, Bjusirom's is the "Christmas Store For Home Gifts!" Winners in Past Years Have All Been From Kossuth County with One Exception — A Humboldt County Winner. USTROM'S FURNITURE WE BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORIES

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