The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
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i!tt|$tiiijrIwMlriai*^.Thiltafoy, Niiv.: M- 1*55 llpme Resident, -;".«:!' ••''.e**,:!. -/'.''.'?•''S'"'•"'•'' ""•'"" ' "'''•'• ''- •- HariBine 86?- jassed 'away FfMlf,m5riiihg, NoV. 18, at thd home?6f he'r daughtei, Mrs Al- •*grt peirlbftj' ifte'r , a lihgerlrig illness. .'.;: v^ •• /. , ',, - •-•-,'.•• -Last .rites i were held Monday afternoon at the Al Pearson horhe ahd at 2 at the Methodist church: ift -Armstrbng, Rev. Sarn Pplovina/ p'astori officiated, arid bifrlari'wasv'.irf the Armstrong Gfbve LCenietery. 'Hansine "i^adsen was born February <ly 1869, - in Denmark, v/fiere . she; ; received her early education and grew to womanhood, and vtfas «a member of a 334nish;LUtherah'Church. 1 in 189S, her mother, three sis- ti^s and herself came .to Amerv ica to join the other members of tfte family who came here at an earlier date v One brother re- niained;in Denmark. • ... . i'ln : 1903 she married Henry JVfausehund at Algona. The cou- 5-Piece Plastic BOWL COVER Set v of 5 covers will seal anything from milk bottle to 9" bowl. Elastic bgnd insures tight fit. Frosted plastic with 'red polka-dot design Regular 39c Value. DAVISPAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amon pie farmeid ifi Swea township, retiring to Armstrong where they; lived 20 years. After Mr MaUs^huiSd's death 10 years ago t she" came to live wjth her daugh« ter and rfpn-in-law, M* and Mrs Albert'Pearson, who live on the farm hottne. . , ' . Mrs Mausehund' joined the Me'thodlst Church in Armstrong in 1903. • Preceding her in death are her husband, her parertts, five brothers and fbur sisters. Surviving are her daughter (Helen),Mrs Albert Pearson, one granddaughter (Alberta) Mrs Ward Lane, two great granddaughters Darla and Carolyn Lane, two' sisters, Mrs Morton Bensen of Ringsted and Mrs Claude Stober Wailjngford. Swea riomemakers The v Swea HdmemAkers met Tuesday' afternoon, NOV. 15 at the home of Mrs Harold Jones with,. Mrs Joe Preston assistant luncheon hostess. .Mrs Maynard Jensen' gave a report on the Hobby'Show at Algorta. Mrs Rudy Peterson gave the lesson. The next meeting, a Christmas party, will be held .Dec. 13 at 2 p.rrii at the home of Mrs Leo Engessor: Mrs Maynard Jensen and Mrs Ralph Walker, leaders of Swea Sunbeam 4-H club, and club officers, .Kay -Fitzgerald, Betty Clark, Lavon Jensen, and Rita Walker attended an officers and club leaders district school held Saturday morning at Seneca. Mi's Jerome Denton underwent .': surgery for removal of a goiter at University hospital, Iowa City on' Nov. 14. She had left; for Iowa City the week pre- vious.r'in preparation for surgery:' 'Mr 'Denton spent several days, las't week, in Iowa City to be with: his wife. Diiane. and Lavon Jensen of Swea'%H Club and Philip Tokheim' of; Grant Club are among the 12 Kossuth County winners for outstanding Club records to win a trip to the seventh annual International Stock Show. ArtiEmmanuel Anderson, Lulu Haglund and Anna Linde were Sunday visitors, at the home of Mr l apd Mrs Carl Forbes, Albert City,, Art and Mrs Forbes are brother. and sister and Lulu and Anna are their cousins. William Sanders was honored on his birthday when his children and their families gathered at the "Don Geerdes home Tuesday evening, Nov. 15. Mrs Kate Brown of Jefferson was '.p weekend visitor at the home of her sister, Mrs Nora Olson, and nephew, Glenn Olson and his family. Mr ancTMrs Orville .Thoreson spent several days last weak IB Des Moines attending a meeting of vegetable gi$vws qtiepu ; Former Resident Of Whittemore Die igo '' V WbrcT-wlis' received here of the death of El« rner F< Kortum. 56, 4 "former Whittemore r'esident, Son of the late Amelia Kortum who died at the Kossuth County home in 1950, arid a brother of Florence Kortum. . Elmer Kortum .Was born in Whittemare, Mfirch 27. 1899, and was the "ohly.; son of the late Mr and li&s Mbertr Kortum. • He attended the Whittemore schools and grew up in Whittemore. He enlisted in the navy and after his discharge, ; in World War, I he' entered the Art Institute in Ch'icagor This work he followed untilhis death Nov. 13, when he passed away from an heart attack. ,'• . Funeral services were held in Chicago. Burial was at the Ridgeway cemetery, Des Plaines,. 111. He leayes his wife Anna "and two sisters, Florence, of Algona, .and Stella, Mrs H. Thompson of Scrariton, Iowa. Immanuel .Ostrom Jeft St., Ann hospital at Algona 'Friday and was transferred to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where he will undergo surgery. Mr and Mrs Wilmar Wichtendahl and family of Fenton visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and son David and daughter Patricia, and Mr and Mrs Herman -Voigt were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom at Algona. . Mrs Elizabeth (Grandma) Eisele, 89, was taken to St. Ann hospital Friday afternoon suffering from a cold and other complications. Mr and Mrs Elmer 'Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann and family, Mrs 'Dorothy Rosendahl and Miss Agnes Shipporite twere last Wednesday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Mejvin Heinrich, on the birthday of Mrs Heinrich: Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. and Mrs Mathilda Meyer were Sunday dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer in Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke ol Lotts Creek accompanied by Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith of here visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Hurlburt, in Clear Lake, Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Archie entertain- tained a number of guest at Pinochle at their home last Wednesday evening. Present were Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, Mr and,< Mrs Henry : Wichtendahl, 'Mr and Mrs .e Meyer; Mr and Mrs Harold. Kuecker 1 ajid: Mr and Mrs ' .. . the Thomas punpfiy>nbme w;ere Mrs Arthur-. .Heidenwith, .Wtrfi Mathilda .Meyefa and i;Mrs; Hart old* Kueekpr.- ; «;Eve«iiWg|,v.oaJle^ Were Mr arid M*s Arthur Qlide ahd family;. 6|§MfenB, s -Mr' . and Mrs W.illiam ;' .aSaOftd. daughfet Willrette, Mr '••>, and Mrs Arribld dadeV^ Mi 1 Ihd-WpHdland :"Oit- wald, Mr and-Mrtf'SrWln Siems, Mr and Mrs Way,rte Gade and Mr and Mrs Lawrence 'Gade.- Faith, 11 yea>t()ld daughter of Mr and M/s Earl Weaver, of .this city underwent surgery at Un^ versity hospital v'flt Ipwa City Thursday. She is getting along as well as can.b^>'6Xpected at last report. ; "* Mr and Mrs t. M. Pertl had as dinner guest Sunday, nodn ^ahd evening Mr and .Mrs . Herman Voigt of here and Rosella Voigt of Algona. '", 'f -'.'•' James KueokeK"'"son of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker of this city, Lloyd Needham - aftd son Robert, and Henry Neiman, all from Sioux City were Sunday morning breakfast and luncheon guest at the home of Mr and 'Mrs Har-. old Kuecker. They came up foi pheasant hunting. Has Heart Attbek LuVerne— William B. Murray suffered a severe heart attack Wednesday at his home in Livermore and was taken to Mercy hospital, Fort podga, for treatment. Before retirement Mr and Mrs Murray farmed many years southwest of LuVerne. Y ES DEC. 5th Get Dig-In Traction! WINTER TREAD TIRES by GOO ft Mort starting traction! t Mora stopping traction! EAR • More pull fn snow, ice or mwdl • Safer, smoother, quieter ridel TUBEUSS OR TUBE TYPE — BLACK AND WHITE SIDEWALLS Don't delay another day — get the extra protection of Goodyear's famoul Suburbanites now, and be sure you have safer traction when the going gets rough. Only Suburbanites give you all these outstanding features;! 464 dig-cleats, 1856 knife-like edges, up to 9[% more staiUbility, up to 39% wore stopabilityl TOP TRAD1-IN \Ve need your recappable tire* for Winter New Treads, I/ISY TERMS $).?5 per week buys a pofe • Buri •" Funeral services were Hfeld at .the Hurt' Methodist dhurch Friday afternoon,, rjov. 18,' for Mrs Claude Salisbury, 82, a- fofitier 'Biirt edmnuinity resident. ReVs Bearse had cnar'ge of .the service and Wallace, Hawr cMi sang* accompanied on, the* ;jpiano by Sheryl Srtiith: '.'•:' Pallbearers were Arthur Leason, Harvey Marlow, Miltoh Marlow, Wayne Mann, TRobert Sarchet and Roy Sarchet. Burial Was in Riverview Cemetery, Algona. Last rite$ were also held at the' Methodist Church in Fort Benton, Mont, on Tuesday. Elizabeth Balfour Salisbury Was born on a farm near Burt, Dec. 24, 1873, the daughter of Henry and Mary Allen Reid, pioneer residents of Kossuth county. . In 189? .she Grant A, SaUgbtoy, f he away in Buft; in the. tihioh and "all are living.' 1 In 1930 Sliie%as; united. In- n1Bf|i|i|6. with Ciau'dfe" R. •'Saligbut'y bf •• «< • After the deat in 1945 due ifo were* f||i;H<Jffit? '' Sjte,(Lyflettd);Klktoni: . aterlodi etJ • •A; : 'di. .196ft- She" Wm. Minn., >em (I Donald A. :• o of ^Cedaf'-R Burt and, Ralph Mont.V: 14 gra'ndchildren ; and great gf andch ildreri. tfAlab: surviving are a : sister, 'Mrs Mayrne Steittman' of Algona, and four brothers; Ben, Tom and*. J. A. Reid of Algona 'and Walter 'Reid of Des MoineSi :i ; _ , Mr and Mys George • l|a\vcoU and Mrs Bertha Wallace were guests at a 6:30 dinner Sunday at the- hprne: of the latter's sop and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Vaughn Wallace at their' new home irt Mason City. They 'were ftomw. Jettha Clear .. .durlttg 5 residents*' a "' fflike u- •Main ; with thf ^ at-M • tl / .With' jteaderuarters c in ; aiii«f.'!':'!?/. ! 5-.*. ; ''f. Y .''\ i .'.>''.;** : •'••'' '••'••• ; '- - 0ri ^toBerfe Melville 'came over 'to: tafce Md'ehlMren , . ; - J&niei dhHsienSeft and Qee. Kdestlei received. r word this *we>ete' 6f the 1 vdeattr-'Ofi a , sister \ Mri'L, ,E.:;Wet2el atlheF Hbth'e in efcla^sfdep; Calift 'Mri Wetzel,; the former Eana'Koestler/isistifvived by 'her htisbantl and v twp ^|hil^ dreh. Burial Wa&; in rPasa'dente She is known "to many here ; find visited in Burt , tw6: years , ago. Mrfr Cliff 6r.d Krantz, Tltohka is .a. styjsr. '• •; '.. • ':' '.j"^":;/*!: •• Mr 'and Mrs John Giffafd re* ceived word Saturday ; Of ,the blrtM of twin daughters tb Mr and Mrs Clifford Behrends, at the Estherville hospital. Mrs Behverids is their daughter. Lucille, and the little girls have l*he former la ^brother 1 qfcMrs.^ Bearse. : Mrs Ella vlsley, Cedai 1 ^ Falls 7 was also a/guest. -... ..- v, }. i Mr and Mrs Raymond.Westling, ; aM childrenjspefti .FrMay even| , ; ing with r Mr and -Mrs Harry^,' 'ttaas":arid Mrs Edith Hayenga^ ift.Fentort.i .'..;•.. _-.r . .' ; v ..-• ••v; • -Mrs Lyle JohrtscM '.•returned to Her; home in Lake Cry stal , . Minn., Thursday evening..; She had visit-,: ... ed her' parehtg the Herman Nfei-,-' tads "and assisted during the Ul- . v aess of her rnpth6r. Mrs Neitzel has 1 been ill fbllbwing an attack/- ot the flu. ; • - Mr and- Mrs .Culbertson and baby are moving 'this week from' the hous;e they now; occupy to the Harold Reimers Tiome. Mr . Culbertsoh is 'on the Burt faculty.? PLENTY OF FREE PARKING IN OUR OWN PARKING LOT A FOR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES IT'S HOOD'S SUPER VALU VELVEETA T B I9fe •• 4* a f& ' VELVEETA •• • IDEp±i2"49c CHEESE 2 Lb. Pkg. 69c PILLSBURY'SFLOU 5 Lb. Pkg. 4Sc 50 Lb. Bag $3.59 LARGE PACKAGE RITZ CRACKERS each 29c TONE'S - T/z OZ. CAN BLACK PEPPER.... -lOc NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE 4 rolls 25c FROZEN FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE RED ROOSTER COFFEE Fresh Ground . .. -2 cdns s 256 BARGAIN BUYS IN WHOLE OR HALF PORK LOINS, Ib. ARMOUR'S STAR, LEAN Sliced BACON, Ib. CENTER CUT, XTRA LEAN ^ ^^ _,. PORK CHOPS, Ib. 45$ LOIN END, MEATY j^ x.^ ^. PORK ROAST, lb.29$ LEAN & TRIMMED ^tt taM ^A ' PORK STEAK, lb.37v WHOLE BEEF LOINS re Ib. 53c LOIN END LWIIN cwtf .^aa^. **mit*. a, PORK CHOPS Jb. 290 T-Bone steaks ib. 59c Sirloin Steak MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR T1R1S THAN ON ANY OTHfR KINO ERNIE WILLIAMS Across From Courthouse PONTIAC - CADILLAC Across From Courthouse 5 Beautiful DOLLS REGISTER FRIDAY & SATURDAY You Need Not Be PRESENT TO WIN utifal Do/// •^H V Get q |)f«'-U|i» d9ll Ilk; fhU-.-a. a gift See pur ^iiBJey of BMtttr»N«t SUPER VALU TO BE OIVIN AWAY SATURDAY NIGHT UPR MHR " ,^HI^T - . ^^^^^ i m^^^^^ : • ^^^^P SUPER VALU

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