Algona (id.) Upp«r D« Motrttt Dagmar Hansen Funeral Held, Bode Church Mrs. Harold Hansen, 71, Bode, and former resident of the Lu- Verne area, died Friday morning at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, where she had been a patient since Nov. 21. Funeral services for Mrs. Hansen were held at 10 a. m. Monday in St. Olafs Lutheran church, Bode, with Rev. Norman Johnson officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens here, with McCullough Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Milton Kinseth, Arthur Jensen, Junior Hardcopf, Robert Barber, Everett Schipull and Raymond Satree. Dagmar Alfreda Satree, daughter of Peter and Nicolena Satree, was born in Norway Aug. 10, 1894 and came to the United States at the age of 17. She married Harold Hansen at Bode Oct. 16, 1916 and lived in Nebraska for 20 years before moving to the LuVerne area where they farmed until 1947. She was very active in organizations of the Lutheran church at Bode. Besides her husband, survivors include eight children, Ann (Mrs. Russell Kelley), Algona; Harding, Lu Verne; Clifford, Sioux City; Twila (Mrs. Clarence Bathke) and Edith (Mrs. Edward Wiedmau), Norfolk, Nebr.; Nordis (Mrs. Roger Mar- tensbak), Piedmont, S. D.; Laura (Mrs. Gerald Haushild), Hardin, Mont.; Nina (Mrs. H. L. Watts), Buena Park, Cal; a brother, Erling Satree, Fremont, Nebr.; three sisters; and her father in Norway; 28 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. A. A. Carter Passes Here; Funeral Held Funeral services forAbram A. Carter, 87, lifelong resident of Kossuth county, were held at 2 p. m. Saturday in the McCullough Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Walter Morz of the Presbyterian church officiating. Burial followed at Laurel Hill cemetery, Irvington. Pallbearers were Fred Hagg, Ronald Thompson, Kenneth Roney, Alfred Schenck, Donald Leigh and Harold Nelson, Mr. Carter died Wednesday evening, Nov. 24, at Good Samaritan Home here. He was born July 17, 1878 at Irvington, son of William and Martha Crose Carter and never married. He was a tiler prior to retirement. There are no immediate survivors in this area. Algona Woman's Mother Dies At Garner Mrs, Albert Psotka, 76, Britt, mother of Mrs. Jim Utt of Algona, died early Saturday in a nursing home at Garner. She had been in failing health for the past few years. Funeral services for her were held Monday morning in St. Wencislaus Catholic church at Duncan, with burial following at the parish cemetery there. Besides the daughter here, survivors include her husband; a son. Jerry, Tama; two other daughters, Mrs, Ralph HejUfc, Garner, and Mrs, William cole. Chester, Mont.; 22 grandchildren; and several great- grandchildren. A son, Albert, preceded her in death. Mrs. Psotka had visited the Utts here in past years. Worth Hudspeth Dies While Claire Keith Hunting Here Dies; Funeral Held Monday Mrs. Claire M. Keith, 84, well-known lifelong resident of Algona, died Thursday evening at the Good Samaritan Home. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Monday at the First Baptist church, with Rev. Mack Carlson officiating. Burial was at Riverview cemetery, with McCullough Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Clifford Riebhoff, Russell Medin, Robert Black, Ray Beamish, Wes Bartlett and DeLos Dohlman. Claire Dalton, daughter of Michael and Pamela Chapin Dalton, was born here and later married Lynn Keith here March 24, 1904. He preceded her in death in 1955. Mrs. Keith was a member of the First Baptist church here for 72 years, the Daughters of the American Revolution chapter, the Algona Garden club and Order of Eastern Star. Survivors include three sons, Wayne and Kyle, Algona, and Stanley, Pocahontas; a daughter, Mrs. Howard Rosengarten, Villanova, Pa.; 13 grandchildren ; and 10 great-grandchildren. A son, Eugene, preceded her in death. Icy Highways Cause Another Pair Of Mishaps A Ft. Dodge school teacher, Carrol T. Flynn, 22, sustained a back injury and her auto was totally demolished in a one-car crash a mile north of Burt on highway 169 at 10:30 p. m. Sunday. She was taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment. The auto was headed south, turning west at the time. She ran on to a patch of ice, applied her brakes, lost control and the auto rolled over, landing on its top in the north ditch. Patrolman Charles Bird investigated and said charges were pending. Friday at 3:45 p. m., Bird investigated a 2-car mishap 41/4 miles east of Bancroft on a blacktop road. Autos driven by Terry M. George, 32, St. Louis Park, Minn., and John A. Angle, 27, Swea City, collided when the Minnesota vehicle slid sideways and was struck by the Angle machine, which couldn't be stopped in time to avoid the crash. The Angle auto wound up in the ditch, and there was an estimated $1,000 damage to each auto. Funeral Pends Ezra Blanchard, 79, Algona, died early Monday at University hospital, Iowa City, where he had been a patient since Nov. 9. He had been hospitalized several times in recent years. Funeral services were pending at press time at the McCullough Funeral Chapel here, Coffee Planned The second in a series of Republican Women membership coffees will be held Dec, 3 at the home of Claris Kresensky, with Mrs, Elnora Agena assisting, at 2 p, m. Worth L. Hudspeth, 64, resident of the St. Benedict area for the past seven years, died of a heart attack while hunting there Thanksgiving morning. Funeral services for Mr. Hudspeth were held at 10 a. m. Monday in the St. Benedict Catholic church, with Father Nicholas Ruba officiating. Burial followed at the parish cemetery and Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Hudspeth, son of Henry and Nancy Wagner Hudspeth, was born in Taylor township Marshall county, la. July 19, 1901. He later married Katherine Marie Smith Aug. 26, 1930 in St. Mary's church at Marshalltown. He was employed at Elmore Nursery before moving to this area in November, 1958, and wasamechanic at Universal Mfg. Co. here at the time of his death. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus. Besides his wife, survivors include nine children, Robert, Algona ; Dennis, at home; ipatricia (Mrs. Roderick Elbert), Burt; Thomas, student at Cedar Falls; Worth, Jr., Shakopee, Minn.; Terrence, Chicago; Elizabeth Ann (Mrs. Robert Scallon) and Mary Joice (Mrs. Darrell Roberts), Milwaukee; and Brother William, Wakefield, Ohio. He is also survived by four sisters, Carol (Mrs. R. Beckley), Conrad; Daisey (Mrs. Leslie Kline), Conrad; Elva Hudspeth, Fulton, Mo., and Mrs. Viola Grouse, Albert Lea, Minn.; a brother,Paul, Garwin; and five grandchildren. Swea City Man Hurt, Mishap Near Bancroft Ronald L. Linde, 22, Swea City, sustained a gash on the head and both of his eyes were blackened when the car he was driving collided with a panel truck driven by Elmer J. Schneider, 50, Bancroft, at 4:55 p. m. Wednesday two miles south of Bancroft on highway 169. The Bancroft man was charged with an improper left turn by Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson who investigated. Both vehicles were considered totally demolished. The Linde vehicle was headed north and the panel was headed south, making a turn east into a farm driveway. The Linde car wound up on its top and the panel landed on its side near the entrance to the driveway. '59 MERCURY 4 dr. Sed- I an. Auto, trans,, pwr. strg., yellow and white/ • color. WAY, WAY AB-' , OVE AVERAGE. PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER AIGONA 1 '64 DODGE Palara 4 dr., j 8 cyl., Torqueflite, pwr, 'strg. Only 20,000 miles jand car is like new. Color it Mist Blue Met- lallic, PERCIVAL'S DODCE-CHtYSlW AIGONA LuVerne Girl Hurt When Car Leaves Road A LuVerne girl, Clara M. Schnakenberg, 18, sustained mouth cuts when the auto she was driving went out of control and ran into a ditch a mile south of Algona on highway 169 at 10:15 a. m. Thursday. She was taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment. The auto was headed north at the time. The vehicle came up behind a pickup truck, and when Miss Schnakenberg applied the brakes, the car ran into the west ditch. Damage to the auto was estimated at $450 by Patrolman Charles Bird who investigated. At 4:10 p. m. the same day, Bird investigated another one- car crash when an auto driven by James M. Muller, 16, Algona, slammed into a ditch and rolled over a mile south and one- half mile west of Algona on Potte r' s Hill. Mulle r was headed northeast, coming down the hill at the time of the crash, which resulted in $200 damage to the car. He was charged with failing to have control. Auto Smashed, Cow Injured Two more mishaps were investigated in this area during the weekend. A car driven by Roger Scott> 37, Burt, was demolished when it struck four cattle owned by Steve Loss on a county bridge 2 1/2 miles north and four miles east of Algona at 4:20 p. m. Friday. Mr. Scott was headed south when he came upon the cattle on the bridge and was unable to stop. He sustained a cut on the head and was treated at St. Ann hospital here. One of the cattle was injured. Wednesday, at 11:05 p. in., cars driven by Gerald M. Bormann, 16, and Richard R. Faber, 17, both of Algeria, collided at the intersection of McGregor and Minnesota streets. Bormann was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way after a stop. Damage to the autos was estimated at $G50 by police '64 DART GT 2 dr. Hord- ( top, 6 cyl., torqueflite. Only 16,000 miles. Bucket seafs, power blue, like new. PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA '64 FORD Galaxie 500, / 4 dr., radio, pwr. strg.,' auto, trans., whilewallsj many extras. A very fine one-owner car, Redf and White. PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA CHEAPIES $295 or lower '60 STUDEBAKER Wagon] 6 cyl., overdrive '57 PLYMOUTH V8, Stickj ''58 CHRYSLER, runs likcj new k '58 PLYMOUTH Station] Wagon, V8, Auto. PERCIVAL'S DODGE-CHRYSLER ALGONA ATTENTION FARMERS GET YOUR FALL PLOW DOWN FERTILIZER NOW! Spreaders available for your use or we will spread it for you. MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday off this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN New Corn in 1.04 out 1.08 in .68 out .72 2.43 No. 2 White Oats November Beans WHTTTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOMITON BRANCH CO-OP and <*Golden Sun Feeds For top performance co-pp gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Tele. 295-5614 295-7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - EXCEPT DURING HARVEST TIME.
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 12,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month