The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1956 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1956
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ANNOUNCING > Opening of LAVONNE'S Beauty Shop m BURT WON., FEB. 13 Located Hext to the hotel in Buri. t at the shop Feb. 10 and H for appointments. Be sure tc come in'during opening week and v . • Register For FREE PRIZES Drawing to be held Sat., Feb. 18 at 5 p.m. 1st Prize! $20 Permanent; 2nd: Shampoo and Set; 3rd: Haircut; . ; LaVpnne Hanselman Burt, Iowa Phone 16 8-Algentr (la.) Upper Des M-lne* Tuesday, Fobruary 7, 19S6 Bjusirom Silver Wedding Forty-five relatives and friend,- }f Mr and Mrs Quinten Bjustrorn ttere entertained at 12:30 dinnei m Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Good .-lope Community room 1 in honoi if the silver wedding anniversary f Mr and Mrs Bjustrom. Those present for the dinnei jvere Mr and Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom md daughters Janice and Jeanitte, Rev. and Mrs Paul Hansea Rock; Mrs Ellen Bjustrom vlilen Bjustrorn, Mr and Mrs O f. Harlan and Ronald, Mr and /Irs R. 0. Bjustrom, Mr and Mr,?rank Moulton and daughters, Cay, Susan, Phyllis and Jiir jindhorst, all of Algona; Mr anci Ara C. W. Bjustrom, LuVorne; jlr and Mrs Cecil Bjustrom and ons Charles, Harold, Francis Vhittemore; Mr and Mrs A. J Oittmer and Barbara and Duanr Jittmer, Mr and Mrs Edmund ..arson and Beverly EuClairi deyer all of Burt; Mr. and Mr> ioward Sarehet and Connie and Jennis of Wall Lake; Mr and Mrs Donald Bjustrom of Fort Dodge Mr Surrender Singh of Hardol India; Mr and Mr;< I.awrpncc Binstrom and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Carlson of Stratford, Iowa jLiie dinner was served by Mi and Mrs Roy Sarehet, Mr and Mrs Jim Shipler, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Schneck as kitchen com- mittee and Mr and Mrs Russet Walker as dining room commit', tee. Because of illness, Mr and Mrs Melvin Alt were unable tt. nelp in the dining room serving After a short message by Rev Hansen, the party proceeded tc the Q. A. Bjustrom home whert open house was observed from 2 p.m. to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m More than 150 friends and rela^ tives registered to extend theii congratulations and add plea^ iures to the joyful occasion, All those present were 'treated :o candy bars or cigars • aftet, tfhich refreshments were server trom a beautifully decoratec iable. In the afternoon a four :iered, beautifully decorated cake was cut and served by Mrs R. O Bjustrom while Mrs O. V. Harlut poured. Others on the servi'if committee were Mrs C. W. Bjus ;rom and Mrs A. J. Dittmer. Mrs Howard Sarehet was i) ,'harge of the guest book. Jean :tte Bjustrom and Beverly Lar•on were in charge of the gifts, another four-tiered identical cake was replaced for the evening service with Mrs 'Edmund Larson cutting and Mrs A. J. Dittmer pouring. Mrs Cecil Bjustrorri and Mrs R. O. Bjustrom assisted with the serving. Mr artd Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom wish to thank theif many, many friends for the lovely gifts and greetings extended to -them ^during ihe> occasion.. • Those present in addition to those attending th_ diftner were Mi? Iftd Mrs BuddJp&ttetsenYMr and Mrs* Lyfih Enis'ti'brh of Stfat' forjrfyfl.j Arthur-^&i Mri Be_- Mrs-, Marguerite • Oaran_k .CUttiS Gardftei 1 , Otto .Westllhp^' k«d daughter Verla, Mr ah'd Mrs Wm. >Dodds,. Glenn Jenklnsond, J. M. Blmore's, Roy, SareHets,, L. R. Walkers, Jens Sorehsem.. Haf- jld HUnts and Lois, Orvllle'Hol- drens and daughters Shirley ana Marjorie, Wilbur Holdrens', ^Rus- ,eJl .'Waikers jmd Dean, Verne Walkers, Floyd Gardners, Ralph Taylors, John McNeils and sons Michael and Joel all of Algofta; Harold Kueckers, Lawrence Kir-, jchs, Ralph Walkers and daUgh* cers Marlene, Gloria and Nancy,, all of Whittemore. . 7 • '' ' Robert Walkers'of West Bend;, Lewis Broesders, Everett Htuinas,' Wallace McArthurs, Lawrence Oittmers and daughters Mary ^nn and Margaret, Fred Plumbs and granddaughter Diana all;-of Lone Rock; Henry Bahling, Flor : .nee -bcnicntl, C. p. Baileys, Jliff Holdings. ,' • ' , Dean, Andrews, Raymond Walters, Conrad Heerdts, W..R. Rie* lels, Harley Troutmans, Martin MWyers, R. A. Harveye, C. S. jhiplers and ,son Jimmy ! and,, laughter Shirley, Louis and 1 dicJiael Scott all of Burt; Carl Heirihardts and daughters- of Lone Rock; Kenneth Strayers and Lloyd Schencks Of Burt. ' Mr and Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom were married on Jan. 31, 1931 by the Rev. Allen Wood then of the Good Hope v Methodist churchu They were attended by Mr and Mrs Edmund Larson, the women being sisters. The Bjustfoms were ed at dinner *at 'TIL ~ House by>their,daughters Jartiee and J§anette <Jh the evening of P<j«*Mu&.ia.-'ShdW.. ' '%,,i / Mrs jL.wis(Marshall, rfla Bds* 'borough and Mrs^Vl; Cv Richards. of Lone Rock gav^'a pSsf-ftUptlal miscellaneous sh-Wor Sunday afternoon fof> Mi-s, Russell Ship* •Jer, nee Darlene Webb, d&ughtef of Mr and-Mrs Raymond \Vebb. Guests were Mrs Maurice Bilsborough of Titonkaj Mrs Frank Richards of 'EsthervUle; Mrs Kenneth Richards of Lohe Rbck, Mrs Walter" filbert, Mrs Frank ^Mittlieder sand iLaDcuuia/ Mrs Raymond Webb and Mrs Maude diisborough. - Barbara Percival, 9 Barbara PefciVal was given a party Friday .afternoon by her mother, Mfs Clayton Percival in honor of her nintn birthday. Guests were Marilyn Amunspn, Pamela AulicH, Sally Bay, Linda Branson, Cheryl iCJarr, Cindj Cowan, Jean Christensen. Joan De Grotte, Faye Frost, Pamela .iupkins, Linaa Parsonn, Judy Parrott, Gayle Phillips, Diane Smith, Diane'Strdbbe- and Barbara Wicks. Games were played and lunch was .served, Anniversary Open House , The daughters arid son-in-laws of Mr and Mrs Marc Moore, Mr dna Mrs Emriiert.W. Dean, Jr. and Mr and Mrs Wayne- R. Ford, the former Wilma arid .Maxine Moore, will hold opeif;h8use for their parents, Mr arj^rMrs Marc Moore. 312 North Wtioster, Sunday, Feb. 12, from;2 : to 5 p.m. in nonor of' their 35tH wedding anniversary which .will be oo^erv GET THE JUMP ON FAMOUS 11% SUITS Below: With pearl and beaded embroidery, this suit derives it's charm from the far east... made in a featherweight blend of worsted and rabbit hair — just $49.95, sizes 5-17. as swn In SEVENTEEN new sharkskin in town Above: Made of Botany's finest worsted sharkskin, this suit has a fresh signature with it's white pique overcollar and jeweled watch fob . . . sizes 7-17, at a popular price $55.00 rclalt in town—and. ed'.on feb/14 i. * .gave a 1ft cele* y of Paul h ,fir"oekef : 0ebbie Laws," QOrdofl ' Odor St., ahd Paul Watklhs. > Ofame^ w,fe filayed and refreshments served. _ Glenn fiQftis-^ave a party Jan, 20 in v honor -of the ninth 'oirthcjay 61 her son • Ronald. Quests 'were Gerald ahd Maxine Helfrter.3, Charles- ScobBa, P«tt" ficifi rind .Carol Thompson,, John .Walker- and the>. hdnoree's .'sister 1 Sharon/ Luftch'.wfiS 'Served after gamfes hkd. befeft flayed.,- > • '•' Ciatt Bfrihday^ftrtj' > ' ' • Bob Willey. son of Mr and Mrs Chester Will.y.f was' host to the boy, member's f tit his -' class at school Friday , 'In", honor of his birthday. G&mes were played and the T.V. .furnished most", of the amus-ment. .-, Sioux City Guests Mr ana Mrs Henry 4 Schepp- ,mann went to Siou*' City,. Sun* day, to attend the .liver Wed,ding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs nimli Will. Mrs Will is a cousin 'Of Mrs Scheppmann. Mothers Meeting "* Third Grade mothers of the Lucia 1 Wallace 'school of whicn ,vjrs M, L. VanderWaal is teacher •met ' Wednesday, Jan. '25 with John Hopkins. A talk was given j.n the school, cirriculum. Pinochle Party . . Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman' •had ^Mr and Mrs Vernell Lud' wig -and Mr and, ,Mrs ,Ranney Leek as guests Thursday evening. The time was. spent playing Pinochle. Hosts At Supper ^ ,Mr and Mrs .Do.nald Jorgenson had as supper guests Sunday Mr aftd Mrs .George M. Jorgenson. Mr and Mrs -O.'J. Jorgenson and Mrs Clara Fauerby of Fenton. "Chatterbox iTght" Mrs James Arend was hostess to the members of the /'Chatterbox Eight", card club Thursday evening. ' The Ijigh score prize Was won by Mrs Chester Willey, Mrs Stewart Hostess I^Trs Cleve Stewart was liostess to the. members, ol her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. '..%.. '. Slips, Breaks Arm Whittemore — • .Mrs Anthony Busherfeld had the misfortune to fall at her home on ice an'd brea>: her left arm above the elbow last week. She was taken to St. Ann hospital in Algona and returned home after the arm Was set " ".< - -'. : •' '.; ' I ,,.>--.-. ' ForA^ieiiflneToA The HUB Has Hundreds af New ( •*' TIES as fresh as a spring morning glory I.. .*. all manner and kinds of n«sw patterns as sparkling and spectacular as those shown in the picture. They're tailpred by Weta- bley and Superba, those master tie-makers who.turn out "cravat creations" that are different/The HUB has them by the hundreds, all new, all colorful, all perfect for "his" Valentine I- •,.•'•• . WE ALSO RECOMMEND MCGREGOR SPORT SHIRTS ——- $s.oo INTERWOVEN STRETCH SOCKS '.- — $1.00 SWANK TIE BARS, CUFF LINKS ______ — .$1.50 up .VAN HEU.SEN DRESS SHIRTS _. ._x__^_____ $3-?5 spring suit life; a many-splendored tMn£ Above; With the following detaijs, thi? suit is for any occaiion . . . yoke front - fresh pique over- collar - in Rochambeau's Lucerne twist — oil colors at $59,95. . WILUAMS SAVE NOW ON A COMPLETE t During these winter'days while our shop is having a slack period we'll completely overhaul your Farmall engine at a price you won't want to pass up. Only now can we offer you this special deal. Have your Farmall ready for early spring work and save some money, too I > SEE THESE SUITS IN OUR NEW SHOW WINDOWS THIS WEIKt ^^P^^(P^Hp€Pp^p^^P^^^^ ^H^flB'4_BP^v4-_Mr ffRMPwBhBr ^-Bi^ ^BP^ ^Bp ^BP^--IBP*^PS^^^PW Here's What We Do: H Valve Job [j] Piston Pin Bushings D Gpskets ' Q Replace Points Q Clean Carburetor D New Radiator Hoses n Steam Clean Tractor G Install Power Package < Q Replace Main Bearings If needed. Q Check and Clean Plugs Q Pack Front Wheel Bearings Q Check Transmission level Q Adjust Clutch and Brakes n Check Tractor FOR FAR/yiAU "H" $10555 SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL OTHiRFARMAUS ALL PARTS & LABOR NOT USTIP ARI IXTRAJ FOR FARMAU "M" Araonci litipl« . WtiF . n • •' . (Ml Phono 5? Algono

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