J-Atgena (la.) Upper Be* Meine* Tuesday, February 28, 1956 Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph were visited Sunday by tin: former parents, Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph Sr... of Goldfield. Mr and Mrs Kyle Keith have moved to their farm recently purchased from Call Dickinson. They had been living in the former Mrs Rose Brown house on west Stale street. The farm they purchased is north of the August Slagle farmstead. Clark Orion plans io go to University hospital. Iowa City about March 15 and \viil have surgery for removal of a cataract. Mr and Mrs Harry Ireland have | boon visited a few days by the' former's mother. Mrs George Ireland, who was enrouto to her home at Wyoming, Iowa after a visit in Milwaukee, \Vis.. with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harvey Sextor. Direct-from-Mill Purchase! While 800 Sq. Yards WILTON CARPET Mohawk, SQUARE YARD BJUSJROM'S proudly presents this handsome high- pnd-low sculptured carpet in lustrous shades. Moh'awk's exclusive technique offers, pattern delineation never possible before! You can now carpet your living, dining, or bedroom — pnd foyer — with practical beauty in classic manner lor as little as $15.00 per month. Our convenient payment plan includes installation pver luxurious cushion for added years of quiet comfort and beauty. Bjustrom's invites your selection of decorative sparkling colors in 12 and 15 ft. widths at budget terms you can afford- 1925 .PfUVERY ANYWHERE Mr and Mrs William Peering went to Minneapolis Sunday to attend a grain convention. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook have returned from St.. Petersburg. Flu., where they have spent several weeks. Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph were visited Wednesday by M r s Joseph's brother-in-law and sis- tor. Mr and Mrs Bert Smith and two sons of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs R. E. Lieb spent Wednesday, .Feb. 22 visiting at the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Harlan Herbevs at Wells, Minn. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion were visited one day and overnight last week by their son Dennis and friend Harvey Forbes of Omaha, Neb. Dennis is driving a taxi for an Omaha line. Mrs Dennis Wagner, West Bend, was taken by ambulance to Mercy Hospital at Fort Dodge, where she underwent major surgery. At last report she was getting along nicely and will be coming home soon. Mr and Mrs Ralph Campbell have returned from California where they spent a few weeks. While there they visited Mrs Campbell's son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs.Dick Dale. Mrs Campbell has sold her house on South Phillips street as she and Mr Campbell will be at the home in Seneca. • Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie have been visited tiie past few days by Mr and Mrs Ralph Raney of Chicago. The visitors also spent some time with Ralph's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr and Mrs Glen Raney and Mr and Mrs Hugh Raney and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Newton Hieter. Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz took their daughter, Mrs Norman Hanevik to Elmore, Minn. Sunday to spend the week with Hans Ilan- ovik. She and the new baby plan to fly to San Francisco within the next two weeks, to join her husband, who is in the air f6rce. Enroute she plans to stop ih . Chicago for a few clays to visit, tier sisters. Mis James Ireland and Mrs Cecil Steward formerly Connie and Bonnie Rcntz. ; Mr and Mrs Ted Herbs! «&« tended the Home and Flower show at Des Moin<te la*t week ill the Veterans' Memorial Auditof* him. Mr and Mts Cjftan Parrot! had as guests Sunday by the former*! brother and sister-in-law,'Mr and Mrs Ciair Parrott and family ot Aurelia. Mrs Andrew Shell spent a few days last week at Boone with her grandmother, Mrs Cora Christos Who was quite sick and hospital* ized there. Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley spent l^ast week Sunday at Estherville with the latter's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Duane Osborne. , Mr and Mrs Joe Presthus ate moving to a farm near Bancroft about March 1. Mr Presthus has been employed with a potato chip company as trucker. While Allen Hidlebaugh is attending college at Ames, his wife is also living there and they have rented their home to Mrs Montie Black whose husband is in service. George Benscholer has been fel St. Ann hospital the past three weeks following a fall in his home. He is making good recovery and expects to be dismissed soon. Mr and Mrs Perry Collins have returned from Homestead. Fla.) where they spent .several we.eks. They also spent cl week at Sulphur. La., with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dale Collins. Mrs Edna Harr had as dinnar guests Sunday her son Raymond Harr of Madrid, her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs Rossing of Livermorc and -the respective families and Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith, parents of Mrs Raymond Harr. Garage Robbed A robbery at the Shafer Garage at West Bend was reported to the Kossuth sheriff's office Monday. Theft of $3.46 from the garage till was taken over the weekend. Deputy" Sheriff Don Wood was investigating the incident, believed to have been the work of youngsters. The garage is on the Kossuth side of highway 44. fipeed of Flame Drying cuts laundry time,,takes clothes fast as they're washed Babies double laundry loads . . . shorten time between washes. Fortunate is the mother who adds a GAS clothes dryer to her laundry. In just minutes, night or day, she can be folding, putting away soft, wrinkle- free clothes (ironing's cut by one-third). Before baby walks, you've saved weeks of time. Because laundering becomes so quick — so automatic — baby (and family) need fewer clothes to look spic and span. By choosing a GAS dryer, you can be sure of having the fastest, the thriftiest, the best kind tor family ami budget! Sw new models today. ONLY DRIES CLOTHES SO FAST., COSTS SO LITTLE NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Axel Carlsons Honored, 35th Anniversary Portland — Mr and Mrs Axel Cnrlsen were very pleasantly surprised last Tuesday evening when a group of relatives dropped in to help them celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary. The honorees v were presented With many beautiful gifts. Lunch was served which had been brought by the guests. Those attending were Mr arid Mrs Ray Carlsen and two sons, and Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Art Larson and two sons of Buffalo Center: Mr and Mrs Art Larson and two sons of Buffalo Center; Mrs Ruth Johnson and Walter and Mr and Mrs Dale^Knapper ahd four daughters of Britt; Mr and Mrs Stanley Simpson and three children of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Paul McNeill of Algona and Mr and Mrs John Carlsen of Burt. Mr and Mrs Homer Gregory and family spent Sunday afternoon at the flwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett spent Sunday afternoon at the Frank Rakows. ' Mf and Mrs Jay Steven visited Sunday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Jim Steven. Mr and Mrs Lloyd •Bartlct.l have a new granddaughter born February 13 to Mr and Mrs Donald Glamm at St. Clair, Minn. The little miss has been named Jo Anne Linda. • -Mr and Mrs Kenneth Belie and family went.to Kansas City Friday to visit Mrs Bolie's aunt and Uncle, Mr and Mrs Harry .Bishop^ They returned Sunday" night bringing Mrs Bolie's father, Jim Bishop home With them. A number of men from Portland attended the MFO meeting in Burt Tuesday evening. Mr, aftd Mrs Lloyd Bartlett were Thursday dinner guests at the Andrew Hanson home at Swea City in honor of Dennis Hanson's seventh birthday. Mrs Ray Fitch called Monday afternoon on Mrs Mattie Robinson formerly, of Irvihgton Twp. now at the Curtis Rest Home itt Burt. Mrs Robinson broke her hip several weeks ago and was in Iowa City and was home about six weeks before coming to Burt. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch attend- ed the Perry Phillips' 50th wedding anniveisary at the Johnson House in Algona Tuesday aftfer- noon, Feb. 2l and also called on their grandson Dewey Skilling to see their new great granddaughter, Kay Anne. About 20 friends and neighbors turned oxit for a hard time party at the home of Mrs Lloyd Bartlett Thursday aftertioon. After a game of Bingo and a white elephant exchange, prizes were given to the one receiving the most vptes on being dressed for the hard time party. Mrs Victor Fitch received first prize and second prize went to Mrs Hazel Carroll Laundries, Too, Need Modernizing If you've been bitten by the home modernization bug, don't stop after brightening Ihe living room. Go a few steps further and streamline the laundry, loo. II pays. In too many million of homes the laundry consists mainly of an automatic washing machine. True', some housewives have taken the back-break out of washday by lining up a gas clothes dryer next io Ihe washer. 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