The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1957 · Page 2
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2—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, October 31, 1957 Silas Banwart Out Of Hospital After 10 Days Oitosen — S:!:;.< B.TV.vr>v! TV- ftirned t'> his homo S^turd^y from S(. Ann ho?p:U-l at Aic.'n.i when he hnrt bom far trn i?ay< wMh r Virus infection. Hi« «< n. S. N. James Hanxvp.rl of S,-.n Dn\i; > Cal., ti'< phnncd tv-'Vi >-n Sii:v •dny nip'i! He has Ivt-n stti!i">n- cd ne;ir l:md. hut pL-uniivl *o f,v to soa again in about a week. Mr and Mrs Albr-r' IVreuir were Saturday (venim; supper guests at the home of thci! daughter, the Bprnie Bjo:n>on.; of Bode. The oreasion \vns in belated eelt-hrstion of the birthdays of five uf the HfTgun: grandchildren . " H. D. Benson and Chailem and Dean Nilses of Britt were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Anna Messerly of Moorland. Mr and Mrs Louis Dippel of Belmond spent the weekend with her brother-in-law and sister. Mi and Mrs Percy Watnem. Other Sunday dinner guests at the Watnem home were her mother. Mrs Manda Mitsven and Alton of Bode. -i Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and daughters were Sunday din- »er guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattabo, Wallingford. Mr and Mrs Joe Longseth and family of Nevada were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his "mother, Mrs Anna Longseth. Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen were Friday evening supper guests at H. D. Combes home a', R"lfe Friday evening. Sunday dinner puests nt the Donald Larsons were Mr and Mrs Chark-s Larson and family of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Max Nye and family of Fertile, Mr and Mrs Ted Kniscth of Bode, Mr and Mrs John Larson. West Bend. Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson anci S"n. and Mr and Mrs Ralph Jaeobsori and family. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Ralph Larson and family of Plover. Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Olson? were their son, Dr. and Mrs Win. Ols.-.n and family of Charles City. The occasion was in honor of the Win. Olson's dau.uhtcr. Viviens, seventh birthday which was Oct. 29, Mr and Mrs Marlyn Pfhbsen and family were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs Donovan Click and family of Thor were Wednesday evening visitors at the Howard Hellicksons. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards attended the wedding of Marilyn Marie Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Johnson to Wayne T. Aden at Pomeroy. Sunday evening supper guests at the Harley Knutsons were her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Stang of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Darwin Jolliffe of Bradgate. Mrs Vincent Salz was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Felix Thilges home at West Bend. Mrs John Vinaas and Gudrun Meltveldt of Cylinder were Sunday afternoon visitors at the T. N. Rogness home at Thor. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser and with Mr and Mrs Jim Dahlhauser at Sunday afternoon and evening. They also called at the home of their son. Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter of Cylinder. Next Sunday. Nov. 3. will be Laymen's Sunday at the Presbyterian church, and the service will be in charge of the Laymen. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain attended the Reformation Festival at the Lutheran church at Eacle Grove. Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Victot Banwart and family were Sunday evening supper guests at the Alvin Ban- warts, West Bend. Afternoon visitors, Sunday at the Victor Meyer home were Mr :md Mrs Albert Licht of Clare. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer and family and Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer visited Martin Meyer's mother and sister, Mrs Anna Meyer and Elsie of Fenton. Mount O. Kinseth and Su.san of Algona visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth Sunday. Other callers were Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. Mr and Mrs Mike Frohling entertained her family for Sunday dinner. Those attending were Mr and Mrs John Tapper, Mr and Mrs John T. Tapper and Cindy of Kamrar and Mr and Mrs Jay McCollough of Blairsburg. Mr and Mrs Cletus Hundertmark and daughter visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Carol Bakken at Garner Sunday afternoon. Mrs Essie Cooper returned home Sunday evening after an absence of three weeks, when she was at the home of her son, Ralph Cooper at Sutherland. Mrs Ralph Cooper is recovering nicely following surgery. From Friday until Sunday she spent at the home of her brother-in-law and sister ,Mr and! Mrs Archie Hansen, Spirit Lake. Jacqueline Jacobson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson celebrated her fifth birthday Thursday. Evening visitors in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Donald Larsofi, Mr ittd Mrs Alan Wehrspann and family, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and son and Mr and Mrs John Larson of West Bend. Seneca Groups In Busy Week Seneca — The Seneca Progressive Farmers met Tuesday evening, October 15, at the home of Bruce Hartshorn. New officers installed were: Bob Crouch, president; Jerry England, vice president; Eugene Gardner, secretary and treasurer; Larry Johannesen, r e p o r t-e r: Bruce Hartshorn, Sergeant . at Arms. . New membefg welcomed Into the club included Vernon Wilberg, Kenny . Braver, Bofiftie Crouch and Jean Hartshorn. The rules of the club were read so that the new" members wtrtild know what was expected- of them. Bob Crouch led a discussion topic on Landrace Hogs aftef which refreshments were sefived by the hostess. ' ; SetMca Stars Install ~ The Seneca Stars 4-H fclub held their regular- meeting,, "also iaitallation of officers, Saturday afternoon at the Seneca schbol. Margaret Nielsen acted as installing officer and installed Lois Wilberg as president, Marilyn Johannesen as vice president, Carpi Hanisch as secretary, Carol Johannesen as treasurer, and Karen Larsen as historian. Margaret Nielsen is recreation chairman and Dorothy and Alyce Petersen, reporter and photographer. . Plans were made for "Award Night" which will be held at Seneca on November 13 at which time the local clubs will act 8* hosts to the FentotJ and toft* Rock 4-H clubs, parents, leadefi an.l friends. Tbe group chose Home GroQfld Improvement for their special club activity. Lois Wilberg gave a talk on 'The Proper Time To Plant Various Bulbs. A pot luck lunch was enjoyed. Seneca Homemafcers The Seneca Homemakers held their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Seneca lunch loom with Mrs Ole Pedersen and Hot-tha Olsen as hostesses. Roll call was answered by quoting a proverb after which a : b-ief business meeting was held. Mrs Lyle England and Mrs Calvin Vaudt gave a very interesting demonstration on making varidus wood fiber flowers and also exhibited many floral aria ngements. The Seneca school faculty were guests for refreshments. Kathryn Johannesen, a student at Luther College, Decorah, spent the weekend at the home of her parents! the Lawrence Johannesens. Algona Aces Install Algona 'Aces-'ftifctalled new officers for the coming years Stjl- urday ,Oct. 28,'fit the Yeofnan residence. Plan*-were hiade to hold a bake sale Nov. 9, at the Hood's Store. Details were also discussed for Award Night, which will be held at Good Hope in Nov. The meeting adjourned after a delicious lunch. MIMEOGRAPH STENCILS AND supplies at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. NATIONAL; *T M^ PORK LOIN ROAST OUT FROM TENDER 70UNO FOUU88 SERVING- YOU B£TT£R-SAV(HGYOU MORB tK sum CUT, PERLB PORK LOIN ROAST TENDERLOIN PORTION, J to 4-lb, A«(« PER L6. .... r^ M £- ». FULLY COOKED FERGUS FALLS WHOM on . UUMK HALF rn UL MITT HALF M A WITT H»U c -59 NO CENTER SLICES REMOVED KRAFT FRENCH DRESSING « 97<» •o*,Bomi,,,.6f|f PALMOLIVE SOAP BATS A A* CASHMERE BOUQUET (HAW I-SJCB PCAU * PORK CHOPS TENDER, JUICY CENTER CUTS CUT JUST THE WAT YOU WAN* 'EM. KB U>. AEMOUESTAE BB m SWEET SUE A A. WILSOH COBN lUNd A A. BRAUNSCHWEIGER £5° CHICKEN BACKS KQ C SKINLESS FRANKS QQC Individually CeUo Wwpjwd.. PBS IB. V W Oov 't. Impeded j-LB. BOX W 1* Wiener Bout Special ... a'/»-LB. BAO *F If UNKING KORN.. PREMIUM STAMPS/^'^ PK& MICHIGAN JONATHANS 4 LBS. Bt»BEt FLORIDA OB TKJC48 JUICE ORANGES nOBT THE IXD WITH FRESH , CHANGE JUICE PEA DOT. .. GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA »EO Urg« C V IV 29' RED POTATOES H-l.b. ^ VEL BEAUTY BAR MORNING I W£UMf< fot-fawSntE 33cl Sup«* HEARTS o» ^noigj GRAPEFRUIT 6I S I won's Zit^ AW! SAUCE 01 HUNTS FRUIT C H o tf| • Vfei^ COCKTAIL fell c!B pAWNneut ;l . Mushroom! MORNING LIGHT TOMATOES ftUPEBB SWEET POTATOES^ CBV8TAIBAV AUATFOQ For Bttwi or J-pdlg VIVI Elf9 SVuffiuj. 4%^)». 08 PVKCAM HWES BUTTeBMHK PANCAKE MIX o^ouw. AJAX -DOiec^^^n^rr RHEAPPU HOWIHC LIGHT RfD XCHERMES OOOOH INi. Fi«- .M> 27 OOOOH, WW» Y§1 LIQUID '*> TAINOUVE SOAP PEACHES 5^1 SUPEfW HALVES J iO.il PEARS 4^1. BREAD MIX EGG NOODLES Robb-Ross HONEY K 35' HERSHEY'S COOOA s? 69' Radiant FRUIT MIX % 49' SALTED PEANUTS .MS DOLtA* ^- T , _. . 47 COJMCti. OAK! mm SPONGES »-swr.30* STAMPS Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe OF WHITTEMOil Win 219.00 Davenport IN BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE BIG EVENT! MAYOR SHIERK REACHES FOR WINNING TICKET The exciting scene pictured above look place last Friday evening at 8:00 P.M. in front of Bjusirom's Furniture here at the exact moment when Mayor C. C. Shierk reached in among the hundreds of jumbled "Heart's Desire" tickets — and selected onel Thai ticket bore the names of Mr. and Mrs. Milion H. Espe. Whine- more, who had selected as Iheir "Heart's Desire" at Bjusirom's a beautifully luxurious $219.00 Davenport - Sofa in rich beige freize. That sofa became theirs absolutely FREE — artd was delivered to iheir Whiltemore home the next day by Bjusirom's furniture van — a gift to the Espe's in Bjusirom's Big "Heart's Desire" Give - Away. The Espe's had but one regret. They wished they had purchased the $219 sofa — for if they had, they would have received, ABSO- LUTELY FREE OF CHARGE — $438.00 worth of furniture of iheir selection from BJustrom's, That's Ihe way it works, folks, in Bjuslrom'n Big Event — if you purchase your "Heart's Desire", and you* name is drawn, you ge( DOUBLE that amount in free new furniture oj your choice. Now back to Ihe picture. As Mayor Shierk roaches for Ihe winning ticket, Roy Bjustrom stands at left with a look of eager anticipation. Thai ticket, you know, COULD have meant up to $1,000 in free furniture. At the right of the pholo, we see Jim Wychor, with microphone poised, ready to shoot the news to a waiting world as io who was Ihe Winner! The Big Free "Heart's Desire" Give - Awa? is still on at BJustrom's Furniture in Algona .. , AND i YOU TOO YES, YOU TOO Can Be A Big Winner At Bjustrom's Furniture There'll be two more big drawings — one on Friday nigh}, Nov. 1 (this week!) and another Friday night, November 8. Be sure. you go through BJustrom's three floors and select YOUR "Heart's Desire". Do it now I Remember — if you purchase the item that is your "Heart's Desire", and your name is the lucky one drawn, you get DOUBLE the price of that selection in FREE FURNITUREI Yes, Double! Don't wait — head for BJustrom's Furniture Store in Algona. YOUR ANYTHING YOU PICK AT BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Can Be Yours Absolutely F R E E ! BUT IF YOU AfllQHT HAVE PURCHASED IT- SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON AU THREE FLOORS BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE

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