The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 11
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Whittemore Burial For M rs Emma Hahn, April 15 Whlttetnoti — Graveside rites ere held Monday afternoon, April 15, for Mrs Emma Hahn, 77, at 3 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran cemetery in Whittemore, Rev. Schlachtenhauer of Des Moines officiating. Mrs Hahn was a long time resident here. She moved to Des Moines two years ago on Easter Sunday, to live with her youngest daughter Helen. Her parents were Franz Har- iiack and Maria Hamann Harnack. She was born Dec. 3, 1879 in Garnavillo, Iowa. She attended the schools at Garnavillo, and after her graduation she taught in the rural schools for a number of years. On Nov. 16, 1905, she united in marriage with Hahn. They established was Otto their homes in Wesley, Sexton, Algona and Whittemore, where Mr Hahn was station agent for the Milwaukee railroad for more than 45 years and he had retired several years before he passed away three years ago. Mr and Mrs Hahn were the parents of seven children, five boys, Bernard of Elkader, Paul of Des Moines, Arno, of Denver, Colo, Henry of Los Angeles, Calif., and Rudolph of Kansas City, Mo.; Marie, Mrs Ralph Albright of Truro, and Helen of Des Moines. Besides her family 17 grandchildren, and three great grandchildren and many other relatives mourn her death. She suffered a stroke and was hospitalized for several days but never rallied from the first attack and passed away in the Methodist hospital in Des Moines Thursday, April 11. While here in Whittemore Mrs Hahn was a devout member of St. Paul's congregation although being handicapped with rheumatism in her lower limbs she managed to attend services on Sunday morning if it was possible for her go. She was a devouv mother and wife, a kind and friendly neighbor. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs William Roeber Thursday evening to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Roeber. Present were Mr and Mrs Wilber Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David, Mr and Mrs Maynard Roeber and family, Emma Roeber, Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and family and August Roeber. The evening was spent playing cards and. a lunch was served later. Friday callers at the,'Roeber home were Mrs Emil Bierstedt of Fenton, Mrs William Meyer Sr. and Mrs Dora Faulstich. Thursday, April IS, 195? AlfOftCi (la.) Upptf Bt» the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade. Sunday. Those attending were Cleo's fcarents. Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier, Rev. and Mrs Paul G. Weinhold, Mr and Mrs Reuben Butzke and daughter Lorraine, and son Milton, Miss Agnes Schipporeit, Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mr and Mrs Wayns Gade and son. Craig, Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade and daughter Nelda of here. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman of Fenton, Alvip Steenhard of Algona and Charlotte Meier of Minneapolis. Following the dinner pinochle was payed, Mr and Mrs Dunphy winning high, Martin Hantelman and Mrs Wayne Gade low. " Funeral rites wfere held Tuesday morning at 10:00 for an infant baby stillborn to Mr and Mrs Wilbur Knecht at St. Ann hospital, Monday. Members cla^s who of the confirmation were confirmed ion Palm Sunday by Rev. Paul G. Weinhold were Cleo Meier, Wll- letta Gade, Jaunita Vaudt, Earl Maahs and Ivan Lauck. The members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society held their meeting Thursday afternoon in the church 'basement. Sophia Helmke, Mrs Harold Kuecker, Mrs Gordon Jenson and Mrs Henry Lauck were on the serving committee. Mr' and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt •were Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Rosella Voigt in Algona. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and their daughter, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl were Miss Voigt. later callers with Mr and Mrs George Meyer ac- • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Pitch Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy went to Fort Dodge to visit her daughter and family, the Richard Samuelson's. The Roy Mans haye just completed a new shingle job on their house. Ray Smith of Wesley helped. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett went to Mason City Tuesday for a checkup. Mr and Mrs George Helmers of Titonka called at the Victor Fitch home Friday evening. Diane Moore is out of school with the measles this week. Merle Phelps visited at the LeRoy Phelps. home Sunday afternoon. . Stanley Hansen of Blue Earth visited Sunday afternoon in the Lewis Larsen home. Nancy Larsen was out of school last week with the measles. Elmer Wiegands, June Miller and girls w^ere Sunday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy. Miss Linda Nelson celebrated her 17th birthday Sunday by having three of her Jroung friends for supper. Miss Sharon Carroll, Craig Sathoff and Karl Himart. After supper the young folks spent the evening socially. Mr and Mrs Ray Smith and little grandson of Wesley visited in the Ray Fitch horn* Sunday afternoon. Mrs Mary Michaelsdn was a Sunday dinner guest at the Herbert Nelson home. Doc Schutjers were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Elwood Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson were also supper guests. Clarence Ackermans were dinner and supper guests at the Verle Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson and family of Livermore were Sunday afternoon visitors at the R. I. Simpson home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and Linda went to Mason City Monday. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch, Clyde Moore and family and Emma Gatton visited Sunday evening in the Victor Fitch home. "He who drives the careful way, will live to drive another day— He will, that is, unless some gopp —•. Hits him and knocks him for a loop. companied by their daughter, Mrs Bert Seely and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, were in Fort Dodge, Thursday. While there they visited with Mrs Mathilda Meyer w_ho is a patient in the Lutheran hospital and recovering rapidly followed surgery she underwent two weeks ago. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanette and son Everett of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Debra, and Mrs Ruth Schultz were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux in West Bend Thursday evening. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Levi Frieden of West Bend were Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter Joyce of Whittemore, Mrs Jeri McKean and daughter Jill and son Gary, of Algona; Mr and Mrs Fred Kuecker and family of Rodmah; Mrs Carl Scarve of St. Paul; and Edna Krebs of Minneapolis, Mrs Glenn DeBolt and Mrs Lester DeBolt of Cylinder. The dinner was in honor of Carole Frieden and Janice Kuecker on their confirmation on Palm Sunday. At the Henry Lauck home in honor of their son Ivan, on his confirmation Sunday, dinner guests included Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., Mr and Mrs Elmer Bell and son Duane, Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke and daughters, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr. 'and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Struecker and family of here, Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and daughters of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Erwin Stru- ecker of Rodman and Mr and Mrs Arman Lauck and family of Luverne, Minn. Mr and Mrs August Vaudt honored their daughter Jaunita, who was confirmed Palm Sunday with a dinner to a number of relatives who were present for the confirmation services and ini eluded Miss Clara Vaudt, Estherville, Edward Butler and daughter Jean from Elmore, Minn., Mi and Mrs Adolph Fredes of Cou- Ider, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Eugene Vaudt and family of Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert and daughter Mary and Mrs Clara Vaudt of Whittemore. A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Simon Weber gathered at their home in Whittemore Friday night to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Weber. Those who were present included, Mr and Mrs Oscar Weber and sons and Mr, and, Mrs -.Richard Weber of Aj^jj^j-e,. Mr and^Mrs, Josepli Sikora and sons of 'Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Raphael Thilges and Mr and Mrs Bud Ferden and son Randy of Algona, Mr and Mrs Paul Weber of Burt, Mr and Mrs Lester Quinn of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and sons Dale and Doug, Mr and Mrs William Weber, Mike Wagner and Mr and Mrs R. A. Hogan, all of here. Edna Krebs of Minneapolis is visiting with Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and with Mrs Mamie Kuecker at the George Maahs home. Mrs Eldon Maahs was a" patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona last week suffering from a "sinus trouble. In honor of Cleo Meier's confirmation a dinner was served at 1!^ :•: ^ :•: ^ :•: ^=;.; ^ x ^;.; mm :•: ==:.; =====;.; ==g;.; ===; Mrs. Al Wagner, Algona Had The'Key'That Won Gas Range Clement's 225 Howkeye High Butch Clement turned in the top line of the week at HaWkeye Lanes. His 225 was just ahead of a 223 by Hank Geilenfeld. Other men over 200 included Chuck Davis 212, Whitey Voigt 201, Chuck M,ullin 213, Ed Weig 206, Don Reding 218, Chan Dailey 201, Art Ashton 203, Monte Scobba 212, Albert Hasse 201, John Rash 201, Wilford Rood 213, Wally Erdman 203 and Joe Donahue 212. Studer's are leading the American League, while Seven-Up is in front in the National loop. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends FARMERS! Be Sure To See The FULL PAGE AD In The "Farm & Home Section" (With This Newspaper) World's Most Dependable Baler McCORMICK NO. 45 Ask Us About Free Twine Offer "As Advertised In Farm & Home Section" ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. International Harvester Husband Said 'You're Fooling!' Had To Call Up Gas Company The lucky "Treasure Chest Key", one of those secured at the recent Algona Home Show at the display of North Central Public Service Co., was held by Mrs Allen Wagner, 120 West College St., Algona, it has been revealed by Dick Carr, manager of the gas utilities firm. The "lucky key" brought a new 1957 Universal Gas Range to the Wagner home, where it is at present doing full duty, under the hand of Mrs Wagner, in preparing daily meals for the family. Mrs Wagner said she's "never won anything before in her life, and I'm so happy because I've wanted a range just like this one for so long. Then to think I WON IT!" Mrs Wagner, the lucky key holder, is the wife of Allen Wagner who purchased the Cities Service Station at State and Phillips street last fall. The Wagners have four attractive little daughters. THE HAPPY WAGNER FAMILY Shown above, at the time the 1957 Universal 30-Inch Gas Range was presented to them free at North Central Public Service Co., Algona, is the Wagner family. With beaming smiles in rear of the range are Dad and Mom. Janice, 9, and Nancy, 6, are at left, and Sharon, 7, and little Patty, 3, are at the right of the new gas range. The whole family just had to be present when Mrs Wagner was presented with the new gas range. Gas Range Installed Monday; "Cooks Just Swell 7 , Says Mrs Wagner The new Universal gas range won by Mrs Wagner was installed by company men in the family home at 120 West College last Monday morning. "My old stove, which we got shortly after World War II, was pretty obsolete," says Mrs Wagner, "and I had been dreaming of a range like this." It didn't take her long to put the new range to use —• Mrs.Wagner has feted the family with baked ham, a delicious cake, other goodies, and such staple meal items as chili con carne, baked potatoes, etc., all of which she says her new Universal Gas Range cooks to perfection. . „.,,,,,'. , . • A Thrill To Four Little Girls, Too What gift would four little girls rather have for their Mother than a new gas range! The four Wagner daughters shared their Mom's and Dad's thrill over the North Central Public Service Co. gift, and according to rumor, they're cleaning up their plates better than ever. Tuesday evening, for supper, Janice, 9, prepared the coffee on the range . . . and it was pronounced "perfect" by her parents. Nancy, Sharon, and Patty are intrigued by all the "fancy equipment" on the range, and Mrs Wagner says she hopes the little girls will soon tire of pushing buttons that turn on lights all over the range. "I Was Simply Flabbergasted" "'We went to the Algona Home Show on Sunday evening," said Mrs Wagner. "Naturally, I made sure I got my key at the North Central display, because that's a "range I've wanted.", < "I was doing some book-keeping at the station a. few days later, when a gas company driver came in, and I was then reminded of my Treasure Chest Key at home. The driver said nobody had yet opened the lock, so I scurried home, got my key, and went down, I was a little nervous trying it on ttye lock, and Cec McGinnis said for me to take my time. When the lock snapped open — well, I just-stood there, it didn't seem real!" "I went back to the station and told my husband I had won the gas range. He said, You're fooling! He wouldn't belive it, and called up the gas 'company. He had been kidding me about my 'key' — but tie didn't kid me any more!" , . "We certainly want to express thanks to Nprth Central Public Service Co.," said Mrs Wagner. "This new Universal gas range at our home is like a dream come true." • Choose ANY SIZE "Universal" Gas Range '"'''''"'"MMWMW^^^ For Your OLD RANGE (GAS - ELECTRIC - COAL • WOOD) REGARDLESS OF AGE, MAKE OR CONDITION ^^^ On Your Choice Of AfNew 1957 Model UNIVERSAL GAS RANGE YES! THIS SPECIAL OFFER MEANS YOUR 'OLD RANGE 1 - WORTH $50! k«* t Apartment Size t 30-Inch Size • 36-Inch Size t 40-Inch Size Your Old Range - Of Any Make, Any Age, Any Condition, Any Kind - Is Worth An Outright $50.00 Now To You when Traded In On a New 1957 Universal Gas Range ... In Your Choice of Models. There Is No Down Payment, No Installation Charge on Your New Universal Gas Range, and Then For The Balance Only Small Monthly Payments Right On Your Gas Bill. Take Advantage of This Offer Now , . , It's "Money In Your Pocket/' and a Wonderful New Gas Range In Your Kitchen I vr/rf/rs/rSM^^^ NORTH CENTRAL 109 SOUTH HARLAN PUBLIC SERVICE CO. TELEPHONE CY 4-2484

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