The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1957 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 28, 1957
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(la.) Upper DM Meinw Thursday, teb. 28, 195? Hans Engen, Butter-maker Many Years, Rites Wesley Wesley — Hans Paulson Engrn difd Frb. 24 of rancor in Hancock Memorial hr.spitpl fallowing" a 6 month's illness. The deceased was born Oct. 18. 1883 to Paul and Kari Engen in Lunner, Hadeland, Norway. He came to America as a young man and on July 16. 1908 was married to Kristine Kristensen at Albert Lea, Minn. He was a buttermaker in several north Iowa towns before coming to Wesley in 1935. He was also known as an expert mason. He leaves his widow, one son Paul of Wr-slry, one daughter Mrs Clarence Donovan (Marie) of Park Rapids. Minn., and 5 grandchildren, Carrie and Nadine Engen. Carol, Lois and Paul Donovan, one brother Einar Enga cf Everett. Wash., who spent two weeks here in January and 3 brothers Ole. Eric and Andrew, and 2 sisters Martha and Karoline still in Norway. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church in Norway. imi'iiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiffi Thanks — .for the moBl wonderful reception you folks gave to our Grand Opening event held last week. Each one of the seven days saw a mighty fine attendance, and we were pleased to meet and visit with so many new folks. Everybody seemed very pleased with our set-up, and there were many, many compliments on Ihe sparkling new 1957 General Electric, Maytag and Skelgas lines shown. We cordially invite you to return, as you see fit, to our store. We are at your service at all times, so when you have any problems or questions relating to appliances, please feel free to call on us. We are pleased to announce the following winners of our Grand Opening prizes: SKELGAS RANGE — Won by Mrs C. P. Brown MAYTAG WASHER— Won by Mrs Don Meyer SEWING MACHINE— Won by Mrs Don Hammer Again — thanks to you all for making our Grand Opening such a success. JOHN LEVY AL RICHARDSON NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Feb. 26 in the Meth- •odist church by the Rev. F. A. Webb. Internment was made al East Lawn in Algona. Two 30th Anniversaries Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz were surprised on their 30th wedding anniversary Friday evening, Feb. 24 by a group of relatives and neighbors who came in for an evening of 500 and visiting. Guests were the Howard Sparks of Burt, Mrs Ruth Sparks and Dean, Mrs Helen Johnson. Mrs Henry Goetz, George. Leo and Louis Goetzes, John Youngwirth, Jens Andersons and Joe Haupt mans. The honored couple were presented gifts and lunch was served. Winners in 500 were Mrs Joe Hauptman and Dean Sparks. The Goetzes have one scjn and five daughters. They are William, Mrs Larry Grandgahnet (Joan) Mrs Philip Weiland (Lois) of Florida. Carol of State Teachers college and Marlys and Norma at home. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson observed their 30th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 24. They were guests of honor at a family dinner party in the home of their son Arvin Larson and family. Other guests were Mr Larsons mother Mrs Peter Larson, h'is brother Orville Larson and his sister, Mrs Carrie Anderson, all of Clarion and Mrs Larson's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Orin Byro of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Harold Luken and family of Minneapolis spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Viola Studer and their mother Mrs Jennie Luken a patient in St. Ann hospital. Mrs Studer returned home with them for a several days visit. Mrs Frank Richter returned home Friday from a week's stay in the Ed Dusold home in Mason City. The Duswolds have a ne.w daughter Patricia Jane born Jan. 31. There are two other children James and Judy. Mrs Duswold was Hettie Richter. Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson spent Feb. 21-22. in Boone with Mrs Esther Skow. They ha'd accompanied the Paul McNeils of Algona who ,took .their daughter Sheryll to Iowa City for a check- CENTER 310 East State Algona, la. Pure Aluminum COOKIE SHEET Fri., -Sat., and Monday A w mu»t" fpr your ktldivn at thli 5up»r Special pr!c«l 14 Inch, pur* aluminum cook!* th*«l. Ptrftel for with read/ mlxt». R»c!pM in- dud«d. Sclli regularly for 79c. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE 3 E. Stale St. Algona/ Iowa up. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan of Spirit Lake spent Friday with her sister. Mrs Halvor Flom and Mr Flom. Irene Hanig, Vera Erpelding and Carrell Erdman went to Council Bluffs Sat.. Feb. 23 to bowl in a woman's tournament. Mrs Robert Hutcheson went to DCS Moines Friday to visit her husband who is seriously ill in Veteran's hospital. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Mark Studer home near Corwith in honor of Mrs Flom's birthday. Mr and Mrs Burnett Bartley and family spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Cecil Bartley of Laurens. A son was born to Mr and Mrs Oayle Studer at the Britt hospital Feb. 22. He joins a family of two girls and one boy. Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes observed birthdays on Feb. 20 and 21. A surprise party was held in their home Feb. 20. Guests brought lunch, including two decorated cakes, and spent a social evening. Guests were Joe and Elsie Cook, Mrs Lawrence Cook of Stilson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Cook and family of Britt. Ollie and Angeline Foertsch, Mr and Mrs Frank Hauptly, Mrs Mary Peters and Mr ana Mrs Frank Fox. It was also Mr Fox's birthday. Sunday guests in the Haynes home were Mr and Mrs Bill Hood and son o£ Algona. Erwin Haynes of Boone, Mr and Mrs R. J. Saunche and Mrs Bill Nadelhoffer of Eau Clafr, Wis. Mrs Mary Bradford spent Thursday with "Natives in Mason City. Mrs Cliff Carlson and Mrs Arvin Larson were hostesses to the Evangelical Free. Ladies Aid Wednesday, Feb. 27 in the church parlors. Mi 4 and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen were called to Redfield Monday by the death of her mother Mrs Alice Walker who died of cancer after a long illness. Gloria Wise, Julie Nygaard, Delores and Darlene Studer attended a 4-H training school in Algona Tuesday, Feb. 19. Mesdames August Studer, Herman Wise and Al Lickteig attended a 4-H workshop the same day in Algona. John Youngwirth, employed at Hobinson Produce, spent Feb. 1920 in Mason City attending a raining school for Allied Mills salesmen. Mr and Mrs Jerry Ferstl are >eing transferred from Algona to Dubuque where he will be employed on a telephone construc- ion crew. Ollie and Angeline Foertsch at- ended a birthday party Thurs- day, Feb. 21 in Algonn for Bernard Hainan. Weekend guests in the Henry Swanson home were Mr and Mrs Eugene Swanson of Rockford, 111., and Mr and Mrs Leon Swanson and two daughters Kathy and Karen of Minneapolis. All were Saturday eve dinner guests of Mrs Gertrude Swanson and family and the Leon Swansons wore over night guests in the Arvin Larson home-. Mr and Mrs Bon Eden and family and Mr fuid Mrs Clans Tjarks attended the golden wedding anniversary open house for Mr and Mrs Wm. Welhousen at Titonka Methodist church Feb. 27. Mrs Eden is a daughter of the honored couple and her six brothers and sisters were all present for the occassion. Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier, Janice and Bob spent Fob. 22-24 in Lphrville with the Paul Schmitl family. Marilyn Hughes, Kathleen Studer, Helen Lickteig and Janice Ftiohtsmeier of Good Council Academy in Manknto spent the weekend in their respective homes. Mrfi Tom Forburger was hostess to her Saturday bridge club, substituting for Mrs J. M. Kunz who was with her mother Mrs C. E. Ward in the Britt hospital. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman were Sunday dinner guests in the Robert Kain home near Algona in honor of Mrs Hildman's birthday. Mr and Mrs George Goetz, Mr and Mrs George Recke, Roman, Lou and Lee Ricke went to Clarksville Thursday, Feb. 21 to attend funeral services for their aunt Mrs Theresa Lutzke, aged 76, who died Feb. 19 ih a Waverly hospital following a long illness. Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs John Hamilton and 4 children of Titonka and Mrs Tilly Loebig were Sunday dinner guests in the Lester B.Iain home. The Clarence Lilleskovs and son of Zumbrota, Minn., came Sunday to get her mother Mrs Ida Funnemark who had spent two weeks here with relatives and former neighbors. Pupils of the 8th grade gave a .theater party and supper Tuesday evening Feb. 26 for Richard Heinan. He and his parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Heinan and family are moving soon to the Erpelding farm near St. Benedict. The supper was served in the Joe' Skow home followed by a show at Call theater. Will Martinek entered the hospital at Britt Monday for a check up and medical care. Mrs Bettie Wester, Alan Jordan and his mother, Mrs Lelia Jordan were Sunday dinner guests in the David Johnson home near Corwith. Four 99 cent specials went on sale in Algona's Gamble store at 8 a.m. Friday morning, Feb. 22. The customer shown above purchased one of the specials, a 17-inch TV set, and did it the hard way. • "' . i • *»-»«4| He's Art Obrecht of Algona. Art and his wife, Verna, waited in front of the store from 4 a.m. until the store opened to get a chance to purchase the set. The temperature was frigid, but the Obrechts iidn't mind, they were prepared with plenty of extra clothing 1 ? Several others showed up at the store during the wee hours, but when they found out there was someone waiting, they went on their way. 'The other three items were snapped up right after the store opened, too. Leonard Klocke, Algona, purchased a gas range; Mrs Andy Kratner, Algona, got a washer; and Howard Forsberg, Algona, bought a refrigerator; each for 99 cents, (Adv) Announcing The Appointment of As New Manager of The Superior 400 Service Station SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET Ueyd ' m b * ALGONA, IOWA to A I g o n e end vicinity, he* es*umfd hi* new to terve you with Superior product*. Clyde he* * SUPERIOR OIL CO. * Mrs Berggren Services Held At Swea City Swea it fcaftt — The Community was greatly shocked to learn of the sudden death of Mrs Oscar Berggren of Swea City, at Holy Family hospital, Wednesday night, Feb. 20 at the age of 68. Jennie Matilda was the young- |st child of Mr and Mrs S. M. Johnson, early pioneer family of Eaple township. She was born March 16, 1888, spent her early years in Eagle twp. where she attended school, later Waldorf College, Forest City. She taught rural school near Forest City and in this Community. She married Oscar Berggren ih 1914. They farmed in this community 40 years retiring three years ago and moving to Swea City. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the 1m- manuel Lutheran church, Swea City, with burial in Swea Town- ship Lutheran cemetery. She is survived by her husband and one brother, Myron Johnson. Mr and Mrs Ray Kluger and sons Gerald and Larry moved Friday front- Eagle township to the Virgil Jensen's farm south of Swea City. Moving onto the farm -vacated by Klugers, afe Mr and Mrs Harold ttecker and family of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Linus Peterson who were tenants on Virgil Jensen's farm are quitting farming and moved their household goods to the home of his mother, Mrs Jacob Peterson, Swea City. Mr and Mrs ftingsley Engleby are moving to the farm vacated by Mr and Mrs Floyd Ottrnan in Eagle. The Ottmans are mov ing to Frost, Minn. Mr and Mrs John Von Bank and family are leaving the Eagle community to farm near Dunnell. They were honored at a farewell party when neighbors gathered at their home and presented vthem with a gift. Neighbors also honored the Ray Kluger family. They were presented with a purse of money. Mrs Dettmer Thompson enter- ,tained at a birthday party Saturday* afternoon in honor of her sister, Miss Florence Erickson. Guests were Misses Edith and Myrtle Molinder, Freda and Helen Burgeson, Mesdames Forest Erickson, E. E. Thompson, Duane Erickson. Mfs Everett Erickson and daughter^, Barbara and Margaret and Mrs John Thompson and daughter Lynn. The Grant Methodist Ladies Aid met February 2t at the home of Mrs Gordon Westcott. The program was in charge of Mrs Sam Gibson and Mrs Wallace Reynolds, with Mrs Vernon Hutchison having devotions. Mr and Mrs John Haismen of verndale, Minn, came Saturday to attend the funeral nf their friend, Mrs Oscar Berggren. •Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson and son Richard took his mother, Mrs Nora Olson to Jefferson Saturday where she will visit her sister, Mrs Kate Brown. Portland Twp. Miss Beverly Larsen and three othef girls of Burt went to Sioux City last Saturday by chartered bus, where they visited Morningside College and went through the Good Will factory. Mrs Edmund Larsen and Beverly attended the wedding Sunday afternoon of Miss Velma Groen of Burt and Lee Dixon of Ban- croft. Mrs Charles Phelps received word Saturday that her cousin Olliver Stow of Dolliver, passed away Friday. Mr Stow was about 75 years old. Mr and Mrs Pawl Krominga of Rockford, ill. arrived in Titonka Friday to spend the weekend with their parents and. othef relatives. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdoff and Barbara, Mrs Lulu Ringsdoff and Miss Nadine Fortna of Burt went to Oes Moines early ^Sunday morning to visit Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf. They returned Sunday night, Mri Franz Teeter and Donna, Mrs Edmund Larsen and Beverly attended the M.Y.F. district banquet at the Burl Methodist church Sunday evening. Mrs Teeter and Mrs Larsen helped, serve, serving around 105 people.. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson, Randy and Barry shopped in Mason City Saturday. The Misses Janice Harms and Linda Nelson were Saturday evening supper guests of Miss Nancy Tj.iden of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps and little son and Rollo Moore were Sunday dinner euests at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. WE BELIEVE This Is The Most Outstanding Sewing Machine Value Ever Offered In Algona WAS . . . . $79.88 ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 71.88 ONLY '5 DOWN Factory Representative Will Be In Our Store Tuesday; March 5 f and Wednesday, March 6 10.00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Come In For a Free Demonstration Anniversary Sale Feature OUR ENTIRE LINE SEWING MACHINES REDUCED March 4 to 9 1 OUR BEST SELLING PRECISION MADE PORTABLE Features the same popular sewing head q$ the console described at the right, Vinyl-covered corryirtg case. 85L1116R. Compare WAS $49.88 with others gt $99,951 An'iv, Sale Price WARDS "21 JEWEL" AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG PORTABLE 21 Cams offer 3000 stitch patterns, Sews with single or double needle in 1, 2 or 3 color* WAS 8U8.II at once. 8181787R, ** n iv> S* 1 ® ***»• Compare with oth* ers gt $300. 116 NOITH DODGE REASONS WHY THIS IS YOUR BEST BUY! >?> •FULL SIZE HEAD— gives maximum forearm clearance, all the extra work room you need. ' „ 20- YEAR GUARANTEE— thorough protection against , | defective parts, ROUND BOBBIN— gives much smoother operation Ijhan old-fashioned long types can. PIALED TENSION— numbered, disc type/calibrated for easy adjustments, SEWS FORWARD OR REVERSI-selects and locks to provide same stitch length. SNAP-LOCK DARNER— provides constant pressure release for darning. HINGED PRESSER FOOT-permits sewing over pinj and heavy seams, ADJUSTABLE DROP FEED-located on top of bed for easy adjustment when darning. BEIT DRIVE— gives you immediate positive action, starts and stops instantly. SLOTTED TAKE-UP— makes threading easier, just whisk it through, it takes only seconds, BLACK INFRARED BAKED FINISH -for lifetime beauty I OIL WICK ON NEEDLE 'BAR -keeps the machine well lubricated, perpetually. AUTOMATIC BOBBIN WINDER-disengages auto* matically when bobbin is full CHROME PLATED PARTS— for lasting beauty and constant protection* Prlcsi & not indud* chgrp««, MONTGOMERY-WARD

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