The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 4, 1962
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Upp» TuMdny, September 4, Jeanette Bjustrom Weds Sunday, Aug. 2<> at 2 p.m.. Jeanette, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom. Hurt, became the bride of Jon A. Peterson, son of Mr and Mrs D. A. Peterson of Burlington. The double ring ceremony was performed by Hev. Lloyd Hiler of Des Moines at Good Hope Methodist church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in P white floor-length gown fashioned of white organza over satin. Accenting the neckline of (he fitted bodice were several tufted appliqued roses. The Jong, sheer organza sleeves ended with a point at the wrist. The bouffant skirt of organza featured an apron of similarly tufted roses. The chapel train A reception was held in (he church parlors following (he ivre- mony for 200 guests. Punch was served by Mrs Francis Bjustrom and Mrs Frank Moulton Mrs Howard Sarchet and I,inda Logan cut and served the decor;-'led cakt Mrs EuClair Meyer of Hurt poured coffee. The bridal table was serv-i ed by Mrs Harold Bjustrom, Mrs Ronald Harlan. Mrs Duane Dili- I mer and Sue Moulton. with Mr.- ; Marvin Kueck as serving chair i man. Mr and Mrs Melvin All > greeted the guests and Mrs John Thompson registered the guests Mrs Charles Bjustrom, Kay and PhylJis Moulton, Connie Sarchet and Marjorie Holdren opened and recorded the gifts. Kitchen help- roses. Her headpiece was a large white cabbage rose with strands' of Jilies-of-the-valley falling forward over her hair, covered with a veil of white illusion flowing to finger-tip length. She carried a cascade of red roses and glittered stephonotis. Her matron of honor was Mrs James Lindhorst and her bridesmaid was Jan Dearixon. Flower girl was Kristi Sarchet of Wall Lake. Ring-bearer was Terry I d'Q Photo - UDM Engraving > Leonard Dittmer, \Vm. AlcKim and Russell Walker, assisted by their husbands. The bride graduated from the Algona high school in 1959, attended Iowa State University two years and recently completed medical technology training program at Iowa Methodist hospital. Des Moines where she has been employed since graduation. The groom is a 1959 graduate of Marvin Oakland is a patient at a Mason City hospital C'resco Mothers and f Mrs Peg Wildin. Mrs Alvin Mc.Murray spent . and overnight at Bode Mr and Mrs Glen Smith Lewis Marshall, Gene Minarri and Don Asa went on a fSS trip to Lake-Of-The-Woods Can Mart-ie Long spent Friday a , Spencer with Margaret Dow and -to had a check-up at Munk , pa , Mr and Mrs Keith Col« Mason City, SC pent the Labor I Mr and Mrs Lvle Steele went to _ Mrs Anna Madson had Mr nnd — | Mrs VV. C. McCamoy, Des Moines. as last weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Arnold fierdis were visited recently by Mr and Mrs Milton Salisbury, Mankato, Minn, i Mr and Mrs K. I). Long had as Labor Day weekend guests Mr and Mrs William Osness, Worthington. Minn. Mrs \fll MeCall had Mr and Mrs James Griffith and John of j Sioux City as Labor Day weekend I guests. Mr and Mrs Charles Kttrhynkn had Mr and Mrs Dennis Eksbeck- Council Bluffs as Labor Day weekend guests. Pearl Walker, Chicago, rame this week for a visit with her mother, Mrs Rubie Walker, and other relatives. Mrs Vernell Ludwig took her son, Vernell Jr. to Ames Tuesday where he is enrolled as freshman at Iowa Slate I'nivcrsity. Gene Scheme! is at Rochester. Minn., and had a leg amputation j Friday. When dismissed from the I hospital he will convalesce at i Houston, Tex., with Mr and Mrs Mart Schcmel. Joyce Huenliolrl. student at the Presbyterian - St. Luke school of nursing, Chicago, spent thr Labor Day weekend with her parents. Mr and Mrs Alum Huenhold. In three weeks Joyce will become a junior nurse. Mr and Mrs II. T. Himkofsk" went to the Oknhojis Sunday and wire guests of Mr and Mrs Er 1 Kich. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Genrge Stenberg. Berkley Cal . the Cornier a teacher at the Borkely college. Mr and Mrs James Thilges are parent" of a son burn Aug. .'io uhom the> h;n e named Andrew James .tin) weighing six pounds. He is tho fir<( grandchild for Mr and Mrs Sylvester Thilges of West Bond and Mr and Airs Vernell Ludu it; Labor Pn\ \\i-rkrnd guests of Mr and Mrs II \\ stcbritz were i Mr and Mrs M.irl.n Kirsch. Om- I aha. \eb . Mr and M rs o on Krause. Iowa Falls, and Mr and Mrs Dick Wilhelmi. Hock Falls, 111. and the respeciive families. Thr son Bob and family left Thursda- for_ their home at Chicago. Karen Haase returned Wednesday to Des Moines where she is a student nurse at Iowa Methodist school of nursing. She had been here since the previous Friday and during that time she and her mother, Mrs Clifford Haase went to Fenton to see Mrs Haase's mother, Mrs R. J. Laabs Thev also called on Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson Carl Mortenson of the Good Samaritan Nursing home attend ed a family reunion a week ago the Fenton park. Hosts ™. r . a "d. Mrs Fred Morten- Others in attendance were the mother. Mrs Catherine Mortenson. Mr and Mrs R. J. Garrison of Clinton, Mrs Carolyn Pope of Molme, 111.. Mrs Laura Mortenson and Kenneth of Grenada, Minn Adoiph Mortenson and Mr and Mrs Robert Mortenson and Ida May Owens of Swea City, and Esther Nelson of Ringsted -Mr and Mrs Robert J. Palmer and family have recently moved to Metairie, Louisiana. Mr Palmer has been promoted and transfe-- red from the Seattle Division of ! Vpu n n f'""^ Com Pany to the i New Orleans Division. He is ar mdustnal engineer working in Production for the Saturn Project - this is the manned vehicle to Lynn, son of Mr and Mrs Warf Hansen, loaves Sept. 10 for Ce Falls to enter college. Mr and Mrs Gordon Kuhn wen to Ankeny Friday and remainec till after Labor Day with Mr am Mrs Bob Kuhn. Mr and Mrs Louis McEnroe and family have returned from a vaca (ion trip to the Black Hills, S. D. and Yellowstone National park. Mr and Mrs William Laubentha have been visited by the letter's sister, Mrs Jack Van Cleve anc son Michael, Long Beach, Calif. .Mrs Mabel Lund spent last weekend at Ringsted with her son Charles' family while he and his wife were in Des Moines attending the "Drug Show." Mr and Mrs Tom Vnrhuel were recently visited by Mr and Mrs Lee Threlkeld of Chariton. Other later guests were Mr and Mrs Harvey Allison, Chariton. Mrs Matte MeWfcorter h$ be? visited by her son Richard Dem eray, Joplin, Mo. Mr and Mm Malcolm Lund Webster City, spent a short timt here with the mother, Mrs Mabe Lund before leaving for Big Rapids, Mich, to make their home. Sue LaBarre, who ha* been at- ending summer school at Mancato, Minn., went to Acnes where he is enrolled at Iowa State I'ni- •ersity. She is house chairman of rushing committee and was lore making arrangements for the oming activities. Mrs Kathryn Mahouey was re- ently visited by Mr and Mrs W ). Storck and family. Washington Vith them she went to Minneapolis here they visited Mr and Mrs ames Mahoney, Mr and Mrs Don ..udwig and Mr and Mrs Lawrence ier. They saw a league baseball game and cinerama Mr nml a Mr nml Mr« ,),,,, v , , . as guests M,- m ,,| ^ ,,£ ,« ' ' son Ventura. (•«))(, w . h ,, , .,;' { visited tho miiflw, Mls ,' "™ Johnson, Uulwtvlllp, MM """.' Clifford nnd llm\hhl accompanied Minn- fMl),,,, ,„ Blanchnrd, to | O \VM t'lly uli.n. had major sm W v : hospital last Twwl'ny lln'|Vmiii, ing good recovery, Mr nnd Mrs ()||| r NII«,| )V him been visited a few \vonk N |, v M and Mrs Wnynn || nMM , v „,„,•,. dren, Albuquci-(|ti(>, Ni>«> Mtiy i.i, concluded tho visit tin, I |,»fi /,. home last week. Mr and Mrs l.oroy Ci-np^i. «, m() he Labor Day wookniul nl n',,,1, ord with Mr and Mrs |),| V wi! win. Tltpy recently returned from Hm ». "* 1 wpck nt Gai 'y- Incl - wllli Mr nnd Mrs Rlchnrd Walker INN Phil Kohlhnns returned last atllii!«y from Mlnncnpolls where n\ .? S|lpnl n '"o" 1 " w»h Mr '»'I Mi's Cliff r.lvcdnlc. She was Mllr'il llmi-o for |\vo weeks bv Wf sun I'hll who flow from Rich- Hltlllil, Vii. tlM'. mill MM n. .,. Oorlcko i i" " ' i ." lll()n "no dny last week » id f«l oil DM Mrs Wnllcr Fried'"•'I. vvln» mifforptl n severe lop HIH-.V til n mil. -l-hcy also visited ""v 1,1'tt-l* Itlclmmn, retired pns- "ivi'd nl Hurl at one Mr find Mrs || PI1 ,.y Wllberg cn- nl Ihnlr | lomc Sun \, ' Mr Ariz. That evening they entertained at dinner. Guests being Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Kenneth and Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson. The dinner was a farewell courtesy for the Nelsons who left the following morning for their home in Arizona. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and their daughter, Mrs Bill Helgen of Emmetsburg, also Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Kathryn, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Anne Preslhus of Algona, and Mrs Marlys Krueger and son, Tommy of Fairmont, spent Friday afternoon at the home of Tilda Johannesen, Fairmont. The occasion was Tilda's birthday Descendants of the Anton Nelsons held a family reunion Aug. 12 at the old family home, now .lie home of a son, the August Nel, lmm nf A|.ni-ho Junction, The CHRISCHILLES STORE IS READY FOR YOU HEADQUARTERS FOR SMART, REASONABLY PRICED SPORTSWEAR by SPORTEENS -'"'•"-" i III HJ Mason City Sunday to take home i the moon Th VT~ Vlc UJ r«,« er rs r ™' :'«•' j *; & = ., Thc p " st "- m ™ ita •» with them a week who had . The parents Mr and Mrs Harold Erpekliny r .- cently moved there - — advanced training at Huntsville, Alabama. During th> time his family had been residing '•Kh hi.s parents, the T. James Pal |l Mrs U. K . RIchanKor IrS Thomas 0> "-'"r- lice O'Rourke of DC- Momes as guests John T. TMebeii, has have and Who says _ heating/cooling LUXURY costs you? Actually, TOO can ca fud bin, 20% ... save $500 and more over the l£ FlfflU ftf A T — • . . * .B luxury" featuramaie the bi ««e in operating c^^. Jay greatly increase comfort, too, Current issue, of « ss, week ago Saturday and took the latter Knhl 66 (K ° hl ' , h ° me for Kohl returned home Friday Mr and Mrs Walter have as guests this vseek Mr ami Mrs Carl McBride, College StaUon Tex. Carl is enrolled at A & M Mr and Mrs McBride are taking Dale back with them to Texas where he will attend the collide Marilyn Palmer, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. James Palmer ,s now residing in Emmetsbu.-^ where she is art instructor in the Junior College, high school am' elementary schools. She is a graduate of Algona high school am! Iowa State University at Ames She has also done graduate work at Mankato College. » 14 —~™-™ •ivcif *AUUICJ| B«ter yet, call M for tho \ >3VUlff farfT^^nrl «• r.^. t '?•' LAING'S lumbing & Heating Just one of the groups of sportswear offered at the CHRISCHILLES STORE in Algona . . . showing one of the largest sportswear sections in this area. Orion Jersey sweater <Rfi QQ C"f I • fit * j ••••.. *f>\J tiJtj olim Skirt .......... $7 98 Pleated plaid skirt . . ...... Jg'gg S eeveless plaid vest ...... $6 98 blacks (not shown) ....... $9.93 Sizes 10-16 in grey and white. o in s Portswcar, THE , TORE is the ' Jlace to shop . . . — • wool, corduroy and cotton. Sizes 8-20 plaids, plains and priced from $6.98 to $12.98 SWEATERS — wool and orlon. All colors and Sizes 36-14. Priced from $6.98 to SKIRTS — Part wool and all wool skirts. Plaids plains, and novelties. Shorts and mediums lengths. All colors, sizes 8-18. BLOUSES — Sizes 28-38; colors and whites Prices — $2.98 to $7.98. Cottons and dacrons. COORDINATES — 13 different groups of coordinated sportswear in wool, jersey and cotton knit. Check thasa Lennox^ economy feature} L Pwnoimr of adding coolim ..mill lir undilionin] n ,,Ty ntt i jjwomvof regjiil cowtnicllo» lilllKW.' ""* *" """ "^"l '. Economy of ito • fnshtut sir uonomy t?Mun«Vjtt.,n,Mr al tamo cl«4n«r. == 4 I S Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery £t?ps Itch-Relieve* P»\n •« tborourt th.t .off.r.r. m.d. Mtoniibing iUtemenu lik« "Pfl.. t*v« cc4 5 ed to b. « prgblemi' The .ecrat U • Dew he»ling *gfc. research . •no.Uac* U now .vuil«bl« Wder FREE SOFT DRINKS Shop where it is a pleasure — at the ( HKISCHILLES STORE in Algona. Pleasant sales ladies to help you and FREE SOFT DRINKS whenever you wish on J'HIDAY and SATURDAY. Have a re- ircshmg soft drink and shop where you <-an choose from QUALITY brands in a air conditioned department ... 2nd floor of the CHRISCHILLES STORE in AN gona. CAR COATS All sixes, 6-18 in corduroy, cotton twill, and all wool. Short lengths, •>/. lengths! 7/8 lengths. Prices start at just $19.98 to $39.98. Some with fur collars. QUALITY COATS from Arthur Jay, Davis, Great Six, and Orange. Novelty styles and -basic coats . . . see thesejjbefore you buy. HUNDREDS OF NEW FALL HATS ARE HERE We now have a complete stock of fall and winter hats . . . priced from $2.98 op ... all sty | es and colors ... * 1 *'41 afi 5]

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