6-A!0«mo fie.) Upper Dw Me!n«* Thursday, Ocf. 17, 195? Ruth Zumach Honored At Shower In Lotts Creek Lone Rock — Kuth Zu'-nrh. lc! of Mr an«i Mr< A 1 Zui. \\;i< honiTrd at a ro=t nuptial .shower Sunday nftcrrinon. Oct. 13. at the Lotts Cntk Lutheran church. Janice Zumnch. sister (if thr- • bride-t'i-ho snnc "Givr us this Day" civompaniof} by Sharon Garnor. C;;n>l Zumaib! sister of the bride, also renter! n perm. Janice Zumach p;)ve a monologue. Mrs Johan Olson from Thor Rave a musical rending acrom- panicd by her daughter Mary Olson and Vclcla and Shirley Peter sang two select inn?. Mrs Albert Peter registered the guests. Janice Zumach. Shirley and Velda Peter assisted the bride with opening of gift?. Mrs Adolph Peitl. who was the 35th person registering, received a surprise gift from the hostesses. Lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mesdames Albert Peter, Harold Peter. Rudolph Peter, Carl Peter, Johan Olson, Carl Zumach, WiJliam Zumach, Clarence Zumach Reinhart Zu- ftiach, Hershel Hartman, James Long, Kenneth Bollinger, Edwin Luedtke, Herman Luedtke. Bon Schmidt. Fred Schmidt. Orville Gardner. Ervin WotzeJ, A. R. Willrett. Junior Hurlburt. Carl Reinhart. Walter Dacken. Howard Esser. Melvin Zumach. Har- Ian Vaudt and Miss Janice Zumach. The bride will be married Nov. 9th at 3:00 at the Lotts Creek. Hostess To 4-H Leaders Mrs Ralph Thompson entertained 4-H club leaders Monday evening. Attending were Mrs Erwin Ulsen and Mrs Dean Andrews of Burt. Mrs Glenn Jacobson and Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom of Union. Mrs Clarence Biers and Mrs Paul Simons, Mrs Lawrence Menke, Mrs Morris Froehle, Mrs Jim Elsbecker of Bancroft, and Mrs Mary Staudt, home economist. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and family, Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurlburt and family, Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls visited Sunday evening at the Lawrence Rath home in honor of John's birthday. John Cotton, student at Iowa State, spent the weekend at the parental W. J. Cotton home. Mr and Mrs James Thul of Ames spent the weekend at the parental Jack Quinn home. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris were at the Ed Meyer residence Sunday cVoning in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard, Jonathan and Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Mrs Margaret Householder spent Saturday at Cedar Rnpids. Mr and Mrs Dennis Long were supper guests Sunday at the Geo. B. Long home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley called Tuesday evening at the George B. Long home. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough spent the weekend in Stanley, Wis. at the Clifford Mueller home. Mrs Delmar Angus and Joyce, and her granddaughter Susan, Mrs Lawrence Newbrough spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow attended the 25th wedding annivei*- sary of Mr and Mrs Edward Meyer in Fenton at the Lutheran church there, Mr and Mrs F. W. Wise and Everette Hill, Mason City, Mr and Mrs Fred Jones and Steven, Mr and Mrs Alvis Hill, Algona. Mr and Mrs Gerald Kramer and family, Burt, and Mrs Florence Schrader were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Dransfeldt home, on the birthday of Mrs Dransfeldt. Afternoon callers were Mrs Pauline McGuire and Mrs Rebecca Lowman of Algona P.W.O. circles will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the following homes: Maxine with Mrs Art Person, and Mrs Clinton Rath assisting. Mrs Harlan Bianchard will have the lesson. Mildred will meet with Mr.% Emma Hurlburt and Mrs Lawrence Rath assisting. Mrs Clair Bollinger will have the lesson. Colleen circle will meet with Mrs Raymond Bierle and Mrs Joe tlulbertson assisting. Mrs E. M. Jensen will have the lesson. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Schradef were Sunday dinner" guests in Burt at the parental Walter Rich home. Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt of Garner visited Sunday evening at the Leo Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family called Saturday evening in Fenton on the Everett Dreyers. Sunday evening the Larry Alt family of Fenton called on the Dreyers. Mrs Jack Quinn, Janet Krueger and Mrs Bill Faulstich and daughter Yvonne the latter of Whittemore spent Wednesday in Boone with Mrs Jim Thul. Sunday dinner guests at the E. A. • Krueger and family, Will Christenson. Kay Geitzenauer spent the weekend at Cedar Falls with Donna Blanchard and also visited her aunt and uncle at Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer visited Mrs Agnes Tabor at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and girls attended the shower honoring Rulh Zumach Sunday afternoon at Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Ernest Baxter at Ayrshire Sunday evening. Mrs Wilfred Radig, Lone Rock, Mrs Alex Radig, Fenton, Mrs Richard Lavrenz, Burt, attended the Lutheran Missionary League at Garner, Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Emil Person, Mrs Louise Trunkhill of Burt, Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and .uirl, Mrs Selma Hammerstrom j were Sunday dinner guests at i the Carlos Engelby home at Swea j City. | The Keller brothers from Laki>ta visited Sunday at the Owen Berhow home. Dinner guests Sunday at the P. M. Christenson home were Mrs Andy Peterson, Galva, la., Mrs Estelle Peterson, Winnebago. Neb. Miss Marieta Christenson and Margaret R. Black who are visiting here from Puebjo, Colo. Thursday afternoon Mr Christenson and Marieta called on the J. M. Jensens at Ringsted. Saturday Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson accompanied Marieta Christenson and Margaret Black back to Pueblo for a two weeks visit. Bernard Pettit returned to Des Moines Wednesday for ,a checkup at the Veterans Hospital. Mrs E. M. 'Jensen accompanied Mrs Emma Skow and Lawrence Skow of Graettinger to Blair, Neb. last weekend where they visited Mrs Jensen's aunt. Mrs Lora' Munk at the home of the Good Shepherd. Dinner guests last Sunday at the home of Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine were Mrs Matilda Nordine, Mrs Mamie Nordine, Mr and Mrs Ted Forstrum and family all of Albert City. Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary Friday evening by entertaining the following for dinner in the evening, Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen. Mrs Milfred Mitchell • spent from last Wednesday till Sunday in Des Moines at the Sanford Mitchell home helping care for their new daughter Denise Renee who was born Oct, 9Jf». Sharon returned home with her grandmother, Mrs Mitchell for a visit. Mrs Vaudt Is Hostess, Seneca Seneca — Mrs Calvin • Vaudt was hostess to the Seneca Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Roll call was answered by giving a humorous poem after which a short business meeting was held. Mrs Myron Speer had charge of the entertainment at the close of which refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs Don Shaw was a club guest. Mrs Fred Weinberger will be the November hostess. Mr and Mrs Walter Siefker of Wentzville, Missouri visited from Tuesday through Thursday nt the Elmer Hanisch home. Mr Siefker is Mrs Hanisch's brother. Mrs Calvin Vaudt and Mrs John Struecker attended a Lutheran Women's Church Rally at the St. John's Lutheran church near Garner Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Grund. cousins of the Elmer Hanishs" of Wadena, Minn, visited Tuesday night at the Hanish home. The Grunds and the Hahischs had attended a funeral for an uncle, Wm Hanisch at Laurens on Tuesday 1 and the Grunds accompanied them home. A district 4-H club leaders meeting was held at - the home of Mrs Henry Looft Wednesday afternoon. In attendance were the Lone Rock Lively Rocket leaders, Mrs Owen Berhow and Mrs Holgren; one of the Seneca Stars leaders, Mrs Elmer Hanisch and the Lotts Creek Lassies leaders, Mrs Joe Loebach and Mrs Loebach. The Fenton Forwards club leaders were unable to be present. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hanisch visited with friends, the Ray Truelsons, at Havelock last Saturday afternoon. Seneca boys and girls 4-H club members, their parents and leaders were guests at the annual Linde 4-H & FFA member banquet at the Swea City School. Seneca homemakers will hold their October meeting at the Seneca school on Wednesday Oct. 23 where a lesson on making wood fiber flowers will be given. A short business meeting Will be held and refreshments will ba served. All interested homemakers are invited. Prankster Caught An 11-yeat old Algona boy was apprehended by local authorities Monday afternoon when he was found letting the air out of tires on the Kent parking lot east of Grotte's Cafe on State street. The boy was taken to the 'police station, given a good lecture HONSBRUCH'S Rexall Ic Sale ENDS SATURDAY! YOU Can Get Up oo NEW FURNITU FREE Announcing the famous and popular annual "Heart's Desire" event at Bjustrom Furniture Co., Algona, Iowa . . . BUT with something really T — E — R — R — I--F — I — C added ! . . . here's what it is: Pick out the item of Furniture you want most for your home at Bjustrom's. Go through all three floors. When you have it in mind, just note the ticket number of that item (suite, chair, bed, what-ever) on one of our cards, toss the card in the big barrel. Not one single thing to buy — «nd if your card is drawn on OUR REGULAR EASY TERMS ARE AVAILABLE DURING THIS EVENT ANYTHING YOU PICK BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Can Be Yours Absolutely FREE! BUT IF YOU MIGHT HAVE PURCHASED IT - any one of the three drawings, you get your "HEART'S DESIRE" Absolutely FREE! Three different times - you could be LUCKYI % . . . and now listen: if the item you have selected as your "HEART'S DESIRE" is one (suite, chair, bed, whatever) that you purchase at Bjustrom's - AND YOUR HEART'S DESIRE CARD IS DRAWN - then what? THEN WHATI You get double the purchase price of that item in FREE FURNITURE. Yes - double. Perhaps you've contemplated the purchase of some furniture item anyway - if so, WHY NOT make yourself eligible for DOUBLE that item in FREE FURNITURE? Could anything - but anything - be nicer? ? ? ? ? Big Free DRAWINGS A NEW WINNER EACH TIME FIRST DRAWING; Friday, Oct. 25th 8;00 P.M. (At Our Store) SECOND DRAWING: Friday, Nov. 1st 8?00 P.M. (At Our Store) THIRD DRAWING: Friday, Nov. 8th 8:00 P.M. (At Our Store) HERE'S HOW 'LIGHTNING' CAN STRIKE: W~ ^VT --- T ' XT"" 1 '• --- T --- —"• "WW*- -- f f> •' HiW»M"J!*» 1 ~«fH>M : "•?»» -'|l ,J!'»"1 MR. ANP MRS. TOM SMITH, newlyweds, come into Bjustrom's Furniture and needing a two-piece livingroom suite, Jhey select as their 'Heart's Desire' a modern frie*e davenport and chair at $169.50, They purchase the set. They also enter this item as their 'Heart's Desire, and let's say, their card is drawn. Mr, and Mrs. Smith then receive — absolutely FREE — new furniture in the amount of $339.00 --furmture of their own choice. ^ AND PA HOWARD, retired, come into Bjustrom's Furniture and desiring a pair of luxurious TV chairs, they select as their 'Heart's Desire' two friese-covered swivel chairs at $98.00 for the two. They purchase jhe chairs. They also enter the chairs as their 'Heart's Desire", and let's say. their card is drawn. Ma and Pa Howard then receive — absolutely FREE — new furniture in the amount of $196.00 -* furniture of their own choice, to get in on •. - $ Bjustroms Furniture, You «n just enter your Hearts Desire' (from our 3 floors of furniture) on your card, and if your card is drawn, it's YOURS FOR FREEI y SPECIAL LOW PRICES Throughout All 3 FLOORS AL60NA, IOWA ESTABLISHED 1925 Bjustrom Furniture Co.
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