The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
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fltt (16.) Upper D*» Maine* thurtdoy, Nov. 24- \9SS me Resident, Swea Twp., Succumbs Nov. 18 4 tWea fc Eagle —Mrs Hansine Matldshund, 86, passed away fr&Jay morning, No,v. 18, at the ndlYic of her daughter, Mrs Al- bfeft Pearson, after a lingering illness Last riles were held„Monday Szlernoon at the Al Pearson home Sfcd at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church in Armstrong. Rev. Sam • Folovina. pastor, officiated, and burial was in the Armstrong Qfove Cemetery. Hansine Madsen was born February 1, 1869, in Denmark, Whore she received her early education and grew to woman- htood, and was a member of a Danish Lutheran Church. In 1895, her mother, three sisters and herself came to America to join the other members of the family who came here at an earlier date. One brother remained in Denmark. In 1903 she married Henry Mausehund at Algona. The cou- V pie farmed in Swea township, retiring to Armstrong where they lived 20 years. After Mr Mauschund's death 10 years ago, she came to live with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Albert Pearson who live on the farm home. Mrs Mausehund joined the Methodist Church in Armstrong in 1903. Preceding her in death arc her husband, her parents, five brothers and four 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 Benson of Ringsted and Mrs Claude Sto- bt-r Wallingford. 5-Piece Plastic BOWL COVER Fri., Sat., and Monday Set or 5 covers will seal anything from milk bottle to 9" bowl. Elastic band insures tight fit. Frosted plastic with red polko-dot design Regular 39c Value. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amon Swea Homemakers The Swea Homemakers 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 Algona. Mrs Rudy Peterson gave the lesson. The next meeting, a Christmas party, will be held Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. at the. home of Mrs Leo Engessor. «pent several days last week in DCS Moines attending a meeting of vegetable growers of Iowa. n H attended George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and Mr and Mrs Marion Hyink. Saturday afternoon callers at the Thomas Dunphy home were Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Mathilda Meyer and Mrs Harold Kuecker. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Arthur Gade and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs William Gade and daughter Willrette, Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade, Mr and Mrs Roland Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gade. Faith. 11 year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver, of this city underwent surgery at University hospital at Iowa City Thursday. She is getting along as well as can be expected at last report. *„ *,,,T,,™ ,-,„ Mr and Mrs L. M. Pert! had as whi»£ « « M ^ dinner guest Sunday noon and Whittemorc schools „„„„;„„ «... QV ,J Mra vo rrnan Former Resident Of Whittemore Dies In Chicago Whittemore — Word was received here of the death of Elmer F. Kortum, 56, a former Whittemore resident, son of the late Amelia Korlum who, died at the Kossuth County home in 1950, and a brother of Florence Kortum. Elmer Kortum was born in Whittemore, March 27, 1899, and was the only son of the late -Mr and grew up in Whittemore. He enlisted in the navy and after his discharge in World War I he entered the Art Institute in Chicago. This work he followed until his death Nov. 13, when he passed away from an heart attack. Funeral services were held in Chicago. Burial was at the Ridgeway cemetery. DOS Plaincs,, 111. He leaves his wife Anna and two sisters, Florence, of Algona, and Stella, Mrs H. Thompson of Scranton, Iowa. 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. Mrs Jerome Denton underwent surgery for removal of a goiter at University Iowa City on Nov. 14. hospital, She had vious gery. left for Iowa City the week pre- in preparation for sur- Mr Denlon socnt several days last week in Iowa City to be with his wife. Duane and Lavon Jensen of Swea 4-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. Art Emmanuel Anderson, Lulu Haglund and Anna Linde were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Forbes, Albert City. Art and Mrs Forbes are brother and sister and Lulu and Anna arc 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 a weekend visitor at the home of her sister, Mrs Nora Olson, and nephew, Glenn Olson and his family. Immanuel Ostrom left 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 Wichtcn- dahl end family of Fenton visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt son David and daughter Pat- eveniri g Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here and Rosella Voigt of Algona. James Kueckcr, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker of this city, Lloyd Needham and son Robert, and Henry Neiman, all from Sioux City were Sunday morning breakfast arid luncheon guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker. They came up foi pheasant hunting. Has Heart Attack LuVerne—William B. Murray suffered a severe heart attack Wednesday at his home in Livermore and was taken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, for treatment. Before retirement Mr and Mrs Murray farmed ma-ny years southwest of LuVerne. ricia, 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) Eiscle, 89, was taken to St. Ann hospital Friday afternoon suffering from a cold and other complications. Mr and Mrs Elmer Oslwald, Mr and 'Mrs Harold Zimmcrmann and family, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and Miss Agnes Shipper! tc were last Wednesday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Melvin 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 Hurlburl, 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 Mr and' Mrs Orville Thoreson Henry Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs YES DEC. 5th Early Resident Of Burl Dies In Montana Hurt — Funeral services were held at the Burt Methodist Church Friday -afternoon, Nov. 18, for Mrs Claude Salisbury, 82, a former Burt community resident. Rev. Bearsc had charge of the service and Wallace Hawcott sang, accompanied on the piano by Sheryl Smith. Pallbearers were Arthur Leason, Harvey Marlow, Milton Marlow, Wayne Mann h Robert Sarchct and Roy Sarchet. Burial was in- Riverview Cemetery. Algona. Last rites 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 ot Henry and Mary Allen Reid, pioneer residents of Kossuth county. In 1897 she was married to Grant A. Salisbury, who passed away in Burt in the fall of 1928. Six children were born to this union and all are living. In 1930 she was united in marriage with Claude R. Salisbury of Fort Benton, Mont., and the years since have been spent there. After the death of Mr Salisbury in 1945 due to ill health her last years were spent in a rest home where she passed away Nov. 13, 1955. She leaves two daughters; Mrs Win. B. Spear, (Lynette) Elkton, Minn., and Mrs Waller Gramen?. (Ina) Sylvis, 111.; four sons, Donald A. of Waterloo, Allen B. of Cedar Rapicls, Howard A. of Burt and Ralph E. of Flowerce, Mont.; 14 grandchildren and C 1 great grandchildren. Also surviving are a sister. Mrs Mayme Steinman of Algona, and four brothers; Ben, Tom and J. A. Reid of Algona and Walter Reid of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs George Hawcotl and Mrs Bertha Wallace were guests at a 6:30 dinner Sunday ut the home of the hitler's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Vaughn Wallace at their new home in Mason City. They were former Clear Lake residents. Bertha Stow stayed with Mrs Patterson during Mrs Wallace absence. Mr and Mrs Raymond Johnston and children of Kock Rapicls arc now living in the Weslling house south of Main street., Mi Johnston is with the Farm Bureau with headquarters in Algona. Dr. Robert Melville came over the weekend to take Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel to Iowa City where they.will'spend the Thanksgiving week with the son-in-law and daughter and children. Mrs James Christenscn and Goo. Koestler received word this week of the death of a sistei, Mrs L. E. Wctzel at her home in Occariside, Calif. Mrs Wct/.el, the former Edna Koestler is survived by her husband and two children. Burial was in Pasadena. She is known to many here and Visited in Burt two years ago. Mrs Clifford Krantz, Tilonka, is a sister. Mr and Mrs John Gifford received word Saturday of the birth of twin daughters to Mr and Mrs Clifford Behrcnds. at the Estherville hospital. Mr? Belvrends is their daughter Lucille, and the little girls have a brother, one year old. They make 10 grandchildren for the Giffords. Mr and Mrs Clyde Stroud with Sandy and Jackie of DCS Moines wore recent visitors at the Fred Lavrenz home, and with other 1-elatives. Dwight Gross and Earl Geesman left Thursday for the southern states where they expect to find employment. Rev. and Mrs Hoarse have had as guests recently Mr and Mrs Phil Osloy of Alhambra, Calif. The former is a brother of Mrs Bearso. Mrs Ella Isley, Cedar Falls was also a guest. Mr and Mrs Raymond Wcstling and children spent Friday evening with Mr and Mrs Harry Haas and Mrs Edith Hayenga in Fenton. Mis Lyln Johnson returned to her home in Lake Crystal, Minn., Thursday evening. She had visited her parents the Herman Nci-jjP tzels and assisted during the illness of her mother. Mrs Neitzcl has been ill following an attack of the flu. Mr and Mrs Culberlson and baby are moving this week from the'house they now occupy to the Harold Reimcrs home. Mr Culbortson is on the Burt faculty. MORE Get Dig-In Traction! SUBURBAN!.! WINTER TREAD TIRES by GOOD EAR f Mon storting traction! t Mart stopping traction! • More pull in snow, he or mudl • Safer, smoother, quieter ridel TUBELESS OR TUBE TYPE — BLACK AND WHITE SIDEWALLS Don't delay another d;iy — got the extra •protection of Goodyear's famouf Suburbanites now, and be sure you have safer traction when the going gets rough. 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