The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 8
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l-Algono (la.) Upptf 00s MolftM Tuesday, Novfcttiber 37, 1956 AROUND ALGONA Mfs Inee Wolf entered Si. Ann hospital Friday morning for treatment lor influenza. —o— Mrs Ed Blumer is hostess to her sewinfi, chib this afternoon (Tuesday). _,.—r) ---m._ Mr and Mrs Lee Price and (am ily spent Thanksgiving Day :>i Britt with Mrs Price's mother Mr.s Gladys Scott. __o— Xi Xi chaolsr of Beta Sigmi Phi will meet this evening, (Tues day) at the home of Mrs Jeromt Hardgrove. —n— Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders and family spent Thanksgivinp day at Orange City with Mr? Reinder's parents, Mr and Mrs D Haarsma. —o— Members of the Wednesday Night Youth Club at the Presby terian church have chosen Mrs Jerome Harderove as their Moth er of the Month. —o— Mr and Mrs Don Preiskorn went to Chicago Sunday where they are attending the International Livestock Show. They plan to return home Thursday. —o— Vernon Christoffers came from Valparaiso, Ind., where he is a college student to spend ,the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Finnan Christoffers. —o—. Mrs Robert Munger entertained at a party Saturday afternoon in honor of the tenth birthday of her daughter. Judy. Guests were Patty Price, Mary Ann Sigsbee, Laha Gerber, Nancy Muekey Ann Segar, Barbara Kuchen- reuther, Marilyn Miller, Marilyn Black, Kendra Seeley, Judy Ackermiin, Patty Reilly and Bonnie Cook. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips had as their Thanksgiving dinner guests, their daughters and fam- .lies. Mr and Mrs Rex Vogles and Mr and Mrs Gary McDonald o{ Ringsted. —o— Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre had as their guests from Wednesday through Sunday, Mrs LaBarreS brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Morris and two daughters of Milwaukee. Wis. Mr and Mrs Walter Schildl knecht, Jr. had as their Thanksgiving guests, their parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Schtldtknecht. Sr. and Mrs Martha Albright, ali of Estherville. The visitors remained ovei night. —o—• The Algona Cub Scouts' Pac! meeting will be held this eve nir>g (Tue^dav) at the Lucia Wallace gymnasium. It .will be the annual carnival with each Den sponsoring booths. Eugene Hutchins is Cubmaster. Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips, Mand Mrs R. M. Phillips and Mr and Mrs D. G. Clopton entertained at a dance Saturday evening in observance of the first two couple's wedding anniversaries and Mr Clopton's birthday. Infants baptized Sunday at St Cecelia's Church were Donalc 1 Wayne, son of Mr and Mi's Floyc L. Walterman; Daniel Joseph, son of Mr and Mrs George J. Newland and Michael John, son of Mr and Mrs William Degan. Mr and "Mrs Harold Hobson were visited on Sunday by Mr and Mrs Russell Pratt and their eight children of Elkport. S. D Other, callers were Mr and Mrr Jack Volk and two daughters o' Ottosen. 'Twos last Friday night When all through fc|ustrom's store, Folks gathered 'round to watch, fifty, sixty, seventy, or more. f As the hands on the big clock '. on the Bjustrom store wall Crept close to eight-thirty, Folks crowded closer, all. •The "Christmas Desire" big ticket box was standing right there, Awaiting the drawing of just ONE name — yes, quite rare! For "Your Christmas Desire" Bjustrom's annual big gift Was about to be awarded — for someone, what a lift I ' " \ Then through the front door of the Bjustrom store There came Mayor Shierk, and to do the honors he was ushered up fore. As Frank Moulton twirled the huge box, The tickets to rustle, Roy Bjustrom held his watch — all was quiet, no bustle. At the stroke of eight-thirty, as Roy signaled the moment Folks were getting so anxious it locked like a riot they'd foment But then did the Mayor reach into the box and draw out the winner — a true Christmas 'carol-' He spoke not a word, and the crowd dared not whisper As he handed over the card to Roy, and said: "Here's the winner, Mister!" As folks crowded close, over all fell a hush, Then past Mayor and all, they made a great rush To see what name appeared on the card — The grand Prize Winner of Bjustrom's 1956 "Your Christmas Desirel" THE WINNER! Of Bjustrom's "Your Christmas Desire — Choice of Any Furniture In Store FRIf MRS. ROBT, SIMONS WHITTEMORE Winnts of a Complete Set of iunk ted*, Value $1995 «f iivitrom'i FurnUurf Mf and Mrs Matt Seller had as their..'gttests from Wednesday through Sunday, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bob Sclzer and their two daughters of Ames. —o— David Phillips came from Ames on Wednesday for the Thanksgiving vacation *vith his parents, Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips. David is an engineering freshman al Iowa State College. •T^Q -'-*• Mr and Mfs Gordon Kuhn had as their dinner guests on Thursday, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein and Ricky, their son and wife, Mr and Mrs- Bob kuhn and daughter, Mindy of Ankeny and Mrs Leota Halpin. The Bob Kuhns remained in Algona for a visit of several Mr and Mrs Glen Sirayer had as their Thanksgiving guesls, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dick Strayer and Patty Jo and Rex. On Sunday Dick returned to his home in Joplin, Mo. where he is a Boy Scout execu live, and Mrs Strayer and the children are remaining for a longer visit. Bill Moxley, who attends State Teachers College at Octur Falls spent the holiday vac -ition here with his parents., Mr and Mrs Merle Moxley. Doug , Meyers son of Dr. and Mrs Harold Meyers, was home from Iowa Stiitt at Ames and Bob Harrnes came from Waverly for the vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Harmes. .*__{")_«. Mrs Leoia Halpin spent from Monday through Wednesday of last week at Boone with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Tom (Bud) Halpin. The younger Mrs HaJpin's mother, Mrs Ber Hilsteadt who formerly lived here, has been a hospital patient at Boone tor the past couple of weeks and on Monday underwent major surgery. She is recovering nicely. The Catholic Daughters o' America gave a Christmas party Mondav evening for the Presentation Sisters of the Academy. The 6:30 pot-luck dinner was followed by an evening of entertainment. On Thursday evening, the organization will hold initiatior ceremonies for the new class of candidates at their clubrooms in the VFW hall. It will be proceeded by a 6:30 pot-luck dinner. Mr and Mrs Harry McMurray plan to leave Wednesday 01 Thursday for California to spend the winter. Mrs McMurray has been ill for the past several clay: and the day of their departure depends upon hbw she is feeling Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer anc 1 sons of Des Moines spent Friday with friends and former neighbors here. They were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Claude Slagle. Norma Kelch, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Ke'.ch of Kana wha spent several days last week at the home of her uncle and uunt, Mr and Mr.; Ed Downs and ''•;mi)y. The Kelch family were Thanksgiving Day guests at tin- Downs home. The world's smallest republic is San Marino, in Central Italy, with a total area of 38 square miles. ; The first successfully used sub- niarine was launched in 1897. Open House At Tyke Library Set 3 Days Tilonka — The Titonka Library will lit>lcl open house November '29 aiKl30 ;,nil Doc. I. Nov. 29 ;md ;H) is for the children of the first eight grades in school and Dei-. Is), is for high si-hool stu- <l>-nts iiint thf community. The library is open each Saturday from "2:00 to .'"> 00 and from. ^00 to 9:00 p.m. Mrs W. A. Schram is the piv.si-nt librarian. Members of tin 1 Library Board are Mrs Jcny Si-hutjor, chairman, Mr-; Roy Budlong. som-tary; Mrs Homer Downs, Mrs Cit-nc Kro- Mut Mrs ZwietY-1. In 1913 Die Titonka Woman's club .started a public library for fitonka. Many books were contributed by Mis Carrie Wolf and Fr;iiik Vt-ra and others. y»irt wi» many purchased by the Club. In March 1U29, the Tilonka Woman's Club gave the library to the? town of Titonka. It is now maintained by a small town lux, and a fff- 1 of 5()c for users outside the corporation. It recently was moved from the Kc-il building to the Newviile building on main street where more room which was badly needed was gained. •Mr and Mrs Art Boyken are parents of a baby daughter born at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. Monday morning, Nov. 19. The baby has been named Jeannine Beth and weighed 9 Ibs. and 9 o/.. at birth. They are also the parents .of two other daughters. Sherry and Martha Ann. Mr and Mrs Fred Boyken o' Hay ward, Calif, arrived Saturday fur a month's vacation visiting friends and relatives. They will spend some time visiting their son and family at Waterloo also. They are former residents here. Mi- and Mrs Lyle Frazer of Burt are the parents of a baby son, born at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Frazer is the former Alice Kuchenreuther, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lynn Kuchenreuther at Titonka. .-.* Mr and Mrs Carl Geisking and Merle entertained as t n e i t Thanksgiving day guests, Mr and Mrs Henry Mayland, Mr and Mrs Lowell Schmidt and family, Mr and Mrs Ervin Geisking and family, Mr and Mrs Louis Geisking and famlh' Mr and Mrs C. B. Geisking and family all of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Elmer Oesterman of Elmore. Mr and Mrs H. W. Kitzingei and sons left Friday to spend the SPECIAL' 'BIG SMITH' COMES TO GRAHAM'S! See Full Page Ad In This Newspaper «wmm<m^mmmttmf$mmx^ No other diamond ring can COMPARE With Columbia T^ DIAMOND KINO* GUARDIAN ANGEL PROTECTION! CUAftDIAN ANGCL — i.lf-od- iustt fo lh« natural shop* of your flng«r ... no twilling or turning .•§ —your ring It elwgyi fwltctly >* petitioned) X m tin dazzling brilliant* of tbt diamond* In fbt mtw superbly styled settings ,,. feel bow eomfortablt end secure it is on your finger — thanks to ardian 4*$el". You'll surely choose a Columbia "Tru-pt* Diamond Ring betause no other fan compared FREE ENGRAVING - FREE GOLD STAMPING FREE MONOGRAMM1NG YOUR GIFT DISTINCTIVELY GIFT-WRAPPED AT Wiltgen Jewelers ' i HHP^ wwltend at thf* horn? of Mrs Kit- zingot's sister and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Brims of Omaha and also at Harvard, Neb. where they will visit Mr Kitzinger's family there. Mr and Mrs Everett Atlig and Kddie, George Attig of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Clarence Attig and Joice of Woden and Mr and Mrs Eldon Attig of Titonka were Thanksgiving Day guests at UK home of Mr and Mrs Leo Riehler arid Beverly. Mr and Mrs Dick Downs of Wt-st Liberty were weekend quests at the home of Dick's par- Hits, Mr and Mrs C. H. Downs. Mr and Mrs Mennq, Everdipp, of Buffalo Center have'purchased the A life Bul'fington home ami after some repairs art 1 made or poet to move ii\ by the first of the year. Mr and Mrs Amos Kromingi entertained as their guest. 1 Thanksgiving Day, Mr and Mr? Henry D. Harms and family, Mt and Mrs Roger Krominga of Lakota, and Mr and Mrs RusseL Krominga. Mr and Mrs Alfred Baade and daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond Baade and son and Mr and Mrs Walter Baade were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Miami Mrs Dick Baade and Joann. Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher spent Thanksgiving day at the home of her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Higdon and family of Britt. Mr and Mrs Merlin Isebraml and sons arrived Friday from Chicago at the home of Merlin's parents, Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand. They arrived at Clear- Lake Wednesday to visit Mrs Isebrand's mother, Mrs Mark Bacon, a former resident of Titonka. Merlin came for the Alumni Banquet rif which he was master of ceremonies. Mr and Mrs Charles Beed have received the announcement of the arrival of n baby son botti Nov. 20, at the home of Mr and Mrs Jamea Byers of Coquille, Oregoh. Mrs Byers is the daughter of Mrs fryon, the former Maxint? Tryon and Mrs Beed's sister. Mrs Tryon left, two months ago to be there to assist with the work. The baby has been named James Leslie. Mr and Mrs Mervin Lauck of w'hitternore, Mr and Mrs Raymond Brandt, Mr and Mrs August Brandt of Woden and Mr and Mrs Alvin Brandt and their familte? were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Mrs Ella Brandt. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Schram' and sons of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Ruben ' Holeomb and family, of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Swan and famih and Mr and Mrs Darell Bess and family were al' guests at the home of Mr and'Mr.' tf/m. Schram Thursday. Mr ami Mrs Ray Krantx, M> and Mis Dick Cosgrove and fam- iJy, Mr and Mrs Harold Krant; and family of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Clark Miller and family and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Krantz and -:on were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Clifford Kvantz and family. Mr and Mrs Louis Geisking and family of Titonka lelt Saturday Nov. 24, for Arizona where they will spend t\vo months vacation along with enjoying the climate which will heln their health as well. The children will attenr school while there. Their definite destination is not yet known. Mr and Mrs Frank Fisher left Wednesday for Arkansas where they will visit their daughter am' son-in-law.-- Mr and Mrs Johr Boehm. Their home address i? at Fort Smith where Mrs Boehm is employed as secretary for i mortgage firm' imd John is at Camp Chaffee where he is in the United States Army. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT LAST WEEK! TO GET YOUR FREE With The Purchase of Any Men's SUIT or COAT In Our Stocks at 35 OO and Up Pick out the Suit or Coat you want — buy it at the REGULAR PRICE - and the plump/ oven-dressed Turkey is your* a$ OUR GIFT! 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