Leona Senenfelder, Death

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Leona Senenfelder, Death - exposure cause of woman's death near Ledyard...
exposure cause of woman's death near Ledyard Sept. 15, 1945 at Minneapolis, and she survives. He is also survived by three brothers and a sister: John Lowe, Ellsworth, Wis,; Leo Lowe, Wanatchee, Wis.; James Lowe, Kent, Wash.; and Mrs Mollie Fay, Plainfield, 111. One brother is dead. Honorary pallbearers were L. E. Linnan and H. M. Smith, Algona; Alari Loth, Fort Dodge; Ray Murray, Dr. Souers, and E. E. Sapp, Buffalo Center. Active pallbearers were Jos. Lynch, Craig Smith, Edwin Gilmore, Gordon Winkel, Dean Parrott, Algona, and David Klein, Wesley. Members of the bar, Kiwanis club, and K. of C., of which he was a member, attended the services in groups. Sails local tavern to Ft Dodge man 1 • • * '.',-.• '< A. C. Weishaar, policeman here 12 years, dies A former Algona chief of po- ice, Albert C. Weishaar, 73, died at St. Ann hospital Saturday morning. He had been in poor health since November. Funeral services for him were held Monday morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic church lere with Father Lambert Hoi- nen officiating. Burial was nade in Calvary cemetery with Hamilton's in charge, Serving as pallbearers were Bernard Heinen, Ferman lleiri- en, Vitus Schurman, Herman Gruebel, Gilmore Keller and , Preliminary autopty reports on a 42-year old Ledyard mother of •!• children indicated •he died of 'exposure, It was learned by the Advance this morning. . , . . , The body of Mrs Robert (Leena) Senenfelder of Ledyard, was found at an abandoned farm approximately five miles east of Ledyard about 6 a.m. Sunday. • An autopsy at Mason City indicated exposure was the cause of death. A final report will not i*e available for another 10 days. Mrs Senenfelder and her husband operated a tavern at Ledyard, selling out several years ago. Kossuth county medical examiner Dr R. F. Sr.yder, Swea City, reported he was notified of the death of Mrs Sen- enfelder about 7 a.m. Sunday by her husband, Robert, 50. He said the woman was clad in light clothing at the time of her death and that it had rained during the early evening Saturday and Sunday morning. The temperature was in the 20's during the night Sunday. Snyder said a Ledyard elevator employee, Edward Burrows, told him that he and Mrs Senenfelder had been together Saturday night and that their car had become mired on a side road near the scene of her death. They walked to the abandoned shed and she remained in tlio building while he walked to Ledyard for aid. He said when he returned Mrs Sen- enfelder wai dead. Her body was taken to the Burrows home at Ledyard, She was the former Leona Kollasch of Swea City and is survived by her father, Mr Honry Kollasch of Swea City; the husband and six children including a married son at Elmore; two sons in service and two sons and a daughter at home. Two sisters and two brothers also survive. They are Mrs Walter Kockler, Bancroft; Mrs George Francis, Rockwell City; Eddie and Kenneth, both of Swea City. Funeral services for Mrs Senenfelder will be held on Thursday morning at 10 a.m. at tho Sacred Heart Catholic church at Ledyard. Father Robert Theile will officiate and burial will be at Ledyard. Rotary will be said tonight at B p.m. and tomorrow night (Wednesday) at 9 p.m. at the Garry funeral home at Bancroft. Mrs Senenfelder was born June 8, 1921 at Swea City-

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  1. Kossuth County Advance,
  2. 19 Mar 1963, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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