Lena Gudenrath Loeschen

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Lena Gudenrath Loeschen - Deaths; Funerals EDWARD R v ANDERSON Many...
Deaths; Funerals EDWARD R v ANDERSON Many relatives and friends attended attended funeral services at the Huffman Huffman Funeral Home at 11 o'clock Thursday morning for Edward R. Anderson, 85, who died at his home, 427 West Eighth Street, Monday Monday afternoon, following a long illness. illness. The rfev, Ivan C, Bys, minister of tfie Metnodist Church, officiated, officiated, Mrs. Kenneth K. Holley, pianist, pianist, played a prelude ani postlude. postlude. Lee Bratten sang '^Beyond the Sunset" and "Abide With Me." -Burial was in the Carroll City Cemetery. Pallbearers were Homer Homer England, Clyde M. Bayliss, G. Edwin Robb, Eugene Osborne, Merrill Rogers and A. B. Rogers. Mr. Anderson, retired tailor and cleaner, is survived by his wife, Amanda, one son, Fred K. Anderson, Anderson, Des Moines; two daughters, Mrs. J. J. Jorgensen (Beulah), Independence, Independence, and Mrs. Leonard Jorgenson (Madge), Fort Dodge and Seven grandchildren. Out-of-town members of the immediate immediate family at the 1 services were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Anderson Anderson and daughters, Mrs, Bill Costanzo and Mrs. Paul Bosley, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jorgensen and children, Sue and David, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Jorgensen, Independence,, their son, Tom Jorgensen, lndian- ola, and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jorgensen, Dallas Dallas Center. Friends from away included: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jorgensen and Sue, Audubon; Mrs. Bob Schauf, Dawson; Mrs. Jack Alex, Mrs. Edith Spurgeon, Mrs. Bertha Mur- rane and Miss Lilly Bower, Coon Rapids; Mrs. H, W. Krieger, Mrs. D. E. Passmore, Mrs. William Doerr, Mrs. John Douty, Mrs. A. T. Johnson and Mrs. Earl Anderson, Anderson, Stratford; Mrs. Cecil West and son, Kim, Gladbrook, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Luckinbill, Guthrie Guthrie Center. Mr. Anderson was a Spanish American War veteran, having served with the 1st Tennessee Regiment Regiment in Cuba. Henry Gudenrath and Magdalena Gudenrath were her sponsors to this baptism which was performed in Germany. In 1902 she came to the United States, locating at Glidden. In 1903, she was confirmed in Immanuel Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale, Lidderdale, by Rev. Andreas Mueller. On June 30, 1909, she married Henry George Loeschen. The Rev. H. P. Schmidt, Lutheran pastor of Lidderdale officiated. The Loe- schens lived in the eastern part of Glidden for two years and then moved to the western part of town. Two years ago Mrs. Loeschen moved moved to Bayard to live with her daughter Fern who teaches school there. Mrs. Loeschen had been ill for the last few years. Mter complex ing a trip East she went to the Carroll Hospital for a check up. Thirty minutes after she had been admitted she suffered a heart attack attack and passed away at about 7 p.m. Sunday, July 27. She was preceded in death by her husband Jan. 6, 1913, one daughter, Mrs. Esther Thorn, Aug. 14, 1945, one grandson Billy Thom, two brothers, one of whom, Juergen, Juergen, died in infancy, and Henry Carstens and one sister, Hannah Carstens. She leaves one son. Harold Loeschen Loeschen of Mason City, one daughter, Fern Loeschen of Bayard, two sisters, Recka, Mrs. Wentzel, and Margaret, Mrs. Joe Hunt, both of Glidden. one brother John Carstens Carstens of Bagley, one sister-in-law, Mrs. Henry Carstens, of Santa Monica, Cal.. five grandchildren and five-great-grandchildren. MRS. LENA LOESCHEN (Timet Herald Newt Berrtee* GLIDDEN — Funeral services for Mrs. Lena Loeschen were held at the Huffman Funeral Home in Glidden at 1 p.m. Wednesday and in Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Glidden, at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. E. W M. Brewer,! MRS- CHESTER C. TWOGOOD pastor of the Glidden Lutheran <Time» Herald *>w» seme«> Church, officiated at the funeral i tANESBORO - Funeral serv- home and the church. ! ices were con ducted at 3 p.m. PETER N. BELL (Timet Herald Newt ServtcB) VAIL — Funeral services were held July 23 at the Garden Chapel Chapel at Omaha for Peter N Bell, 71, former Vail resident. Mr. Bell is survived by his wife Emma; daughters, Mrs. Delpha Brockelsby, Mrs. Jessie Alyward, both of Vail. Mrs. Erna Carter, Mrs. Wilma Jones of Omaha; sons Paul of Omaha; Bill of Vail; Tom of Biloxi, Mississippi and David of Huron, South Dakota; sister, Mrs. Mollie Burton, Dixon, Mo.; brothers brothers Ed Bell of Dixon, and John of Edgar Springs, Mo.; 18 grandchildren, grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Burial was in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Cemetery. A mixed quartet consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loeschen, Mrs. Charles Best and Clifford Loeschen sang "I'm But A Stranger Here" at the funeral home and "There Is an Hour of Peaceful Rest" and "Asleep In Jesus" during during the service at the church. The congregation sang "The Lord's My Shepherd" during the church service. service. J. W. Loeschen was the organist. Pallbearers were Donald Carstens, Carstens, David Carstens, Herman Carstens, Ernest Carstens, Doyle Hunt and Harry Moore. Burial was in Westlawn cemetery, cemetery, Glidden. Relatives who came from a distance distance were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Loeschen and Gordon, Mason City; Mrs. Gary Koster, Mankato, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Moore Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carstens and Mr. and Mrs. John Carstens Sr., of Bagley; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hunter, Donald Carstens and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Beilenberg and Mary of Scranton; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lucht, David Carstens, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lucht, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Deeth, Coon Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carstens, Paton; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutten Sutten and family. Mrs. Richard Ptacek, Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers, Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. James Gudenrath Gudenrath and family, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heuton, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Millie Prill. Fairfield; Henry Thede, Claus Thede, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hein, Jefferson; Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Loeschen, Loeschen, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loeschen and Mrs. Ray Hotchkiss, St. James, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Gudenrath and C. H. Gudenrath, Grand Island, Neb.; Mariann Heuton and Connie Anderson, Anderson, Austin, Minn.; Paul Riedesel. Riedesel. Lanesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bielenberg, Bayard; Mr, and Mrs. Doyle Bielenberg, Coon Rapids, and others from Carroll, Bayard, Auburn, Arcadia, Lidderdale Lidderdale and Lanesboro and many friends. Memorial wreath donations for various charities given in memory of Mrs. Loeschen totaled $90. Mrs. Lena (Anna Magdalena) Loeschen the third in the family of seven childrert of Detlef Carstens Carstens and Dorothy Gudenrath was born May 26, 1889, at Tellingstedt, Germany. She was baptized June 23, '1889. Magdalena Schroeder, Thursday at. the Lanesboro Community Community Methodist Church for Mrs. Chester C. Twogood. 71. of Lanes boro, who was killed Monday afternoon afternoon in an automobile accident at a rural intersection one mile north and one mile west of Lanesboro. Lanesboro. The Rev. Lester J. Hancock officiated. Pallbearers were Cecil Hurd, Ed Berns, Eldon Howe, Jenkins. Fred Seeden and Riedesel. Linda Dobson was organist and Norma Myers and Mary Toyne, were vocalists. Burial will be at a later date, awaiting the return of Mrs. Twogood's Twogood's son, Robert, of Jamaica, Iowa, who had gone to New York City to attend a convention. Attending the rites from away were; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shinneman, Shinneman, Weldon, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shinneman. Blooming ton, Dl.; Dean Shinneman, Downers Grove, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Short; Sac City; Maude Bowlin, Everly; Will Winslow, Belle Plaine, Goldie Rousch, Minnesota. Mrs. Twogood, the former Minnie Lee Goble, is survived by husband; two sons, Robert. Jamaica, Jamaica, and John.' at home: grandchildren, Rita and Roger Twogood, Jamaica; nieces nephews. She was preceded in death her parents, Frank and Delia Goble, and a daughter Ruth died at the age of 11 years. Mr. and Mrs. Twogood have lived in Lanesboro since retiring from the farm in 1949. HERE Carroll Egg Market A L«rg« A Medium B 35c 26c One Cent Less This Price Following

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  2. 02 Aug 1958, Sat,
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