The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1959 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1959
Page 19
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Rev. Degen Ordinatfon To Take Place Here, M,ay 16 Rev. Jerdme A. Degen, son of .Mrs Elizabeth Degen, At gona, will be ordained to the 1 Holy Priesthood, oh Saturday, JMay 1C The Most Rev. Bishop Joseph M. Mueller D. D, will administer the Sacrament of Holy Orders, in the Cathedral of the Epiphany,,Sioux Cityi Iowa, The First Solemn Mass will be offered in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, on Monday, May 18th, at 10:30 a.m. Assisting him will be Rev. John Eagdn, Lsurbhs, Iowa, as deacon, Rev. Clemens Knobbe, Larchwood, Iowa, as sub-deacon, Rt Rev,,Msgr. Patrick P. Gearen, pastor of St. Cecelia's, arch-priest, Rev, -Edward Mason, Algona, master of ceremonies. Rev Joseph 'Dalhoff, LeMars, Iowa, will preach the sermon. l Thomas Fuchsen, Whittemore, nephew of Father Degen, Will be a mass server. Lloyd Schilmoel- lor, Algona, a cousin, thUrifer The St. Cecelia Academy Hi$h School choirs will sing. The Fourtl? Degree Kmghb«of Columbus will be Honor Guards. A dinner <for clergy, staters, relatives and friends will be perved at noofl at the K. of C Hall. Solemn Benediction at 2:30 p.m. at St. Cecelia's' church,,the adult choir Dinging. Iridividual -^firsl blessing immediately after that. . A reception will be held at the K. of C- Hall, 7 to 9 p.m., to which all members of St. Cecelia':* Parish are also invited. Father Degen was born at Eagle Grove, Iowa. When he was bu' 3 months of age, his father passed awav. The family moved tn Granville. Iowa. Where ' he received his elementary anrl hieh school education, at St. Joseph Paroch'al School. He attended Loras Collese, Dubuque and received, theology and philosophy, courses. ?t Mt. St. Bernard Scmi- narv, Dubuque. ' • He has seven brothers and sisters: Leonard, Cherokee; Robert, Burt: William, W,hittemore; Donald, Bancroft; (Marion) Mrs Lester Fuchsen, Whilfemo''?; (^lor- dce) Mrs Times Goff, Sio^x Citv and fFsth"O Mr= Vkicent ^ombardo. Comoton. Calif.' , All plan to be present for the hi'ppy occa-inn. (UDM engraving) . View Mock Trial Lakota —, On Friday, the Senior class and Win. Klinker and Marlin Peterson went to Algona to attend Hie Demonstration tr:a! sponsored bv the' Kossuth Coun- tv Bar Association. Deannb Wiemer and , Dean' Gelhaus wero drawn tb serve on the jury and when the jury was selected •Deanna was chosen to serve.- Hubert Mergen Rites May 2 1 * > i ,» Trudy less Of Titonka 'Capped In Ceremony — Mr and Mrs Datrell B*s§ alterttted the capping core* rjtbny Prldfty evenlftg of their daughter," Trudy B&ss of Titonka, above, \tfhd is atiefttJing the Iowa Mfethddist Hospital School of Nursing. The cererrtotiy wfts held &t the first Methddist church Jn Bes -M6ihes, She was ^imong a class of Id students. Miss 'Bess was Tilonka's candidate for Band Qu<?en at Mason City last year. Titonka's cancer dtrivc under Ih'e direction- pf Mrs Minnie OfesterreicHer, has $184.50 collected.' Helpers were Mesdames John Stott, Raymond Bartlclt, Donald Graham, Elsie Hansen, George Sachau, Minnie Larson, Wilbur Sfvton. F-lla. Brnndt. Richarti Isebrand, Martha Boyken, Elmci Gerdis, Will Girard. Mclv'r Ricks, Walter Haaclt, •Peter tJb ben, Alvin Honken, Vci'ld Schmidt, Morris GivMis, Evpfcll Post and Earl Stott nnd Misr Minnie Pannkuk and Miss Knth- pryn Ktirtzleben. Miss Verla Brandt attended t> Pells tulip festival Friday. Mrs Gerald Radig of Lpne Rock asked her as h«f «U^t AAObfr tottft among & f&up of ladlef wirtd- "mg in a gwup* frt>«» t&ft^ Koclt. They left by chartered bus fV6m Burl at 5:30 a.m. and. returned in the eveftittg. . > < . Glen WcTp, stfri of Me »fld Mrs Ray welp, is taking his basic training for the arttied fore&s Ift Fort Carson Colorado, if IT'S NEWS, Wfe WAUff Peter Zohboit Of Whittemore Dies — Funeral services for Peter R. Zohbon, 71, were hold Tuesday at Dunn's Funeral Home in Dea MoineS and burial was nt the Glendnle cemetery «lso in Dos Moines. Mr Zohbon suffered a heart nttfick last week Friday evening af 10 p.m. from whhoh he died: suddenly at his farm home two miles west of Whittemdre, He was born on Febfuary 14, 1888, in Poland and oft Sept. 8 t 191S, he was united in mftrrirfge to Ffances Boguta in Chicago. He hnd been n contractor" in D63 iMoines for 35 years, In 1991 ha purchased the George Maflhs farm where he made hia home and farmed with his son losepn, Mo Was a member <5E Prudencfi thurtdoy, May !4, AtfBita (to,) Upfftf Mn.4onic Lodge in AlgoftjS. He leaves his wife, orte son Joseph of here and two grandchildren, who are his only living relatives, Mrs Carrie Bahry and Stanley Bfthry, John Nowak, Mrs Harry Spychala and daughters, Anita and Lanneta of Chicago, attended the funeral. BETTER PRINTING for l«*i - Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co., Gorfield G-ariield _ home of waiter 1 BanwaH _ Mother's Tea. Tftey each wfere given & corsage. Rffchael Habager gave a frfttore study talk oft Pierre Augusts Rendi*, Mar? Staudt, Horne fcdft&irnisl, toM ua about 4-H AcW6Vfeffieni fi* and the Fair, A delirious Itffte! was served by JJartet tnd Waller Banwart. , -— funeral 'service^ for 'Hubert P. Mergen, 49. were held t Saturday! 'morning, "May 2 in St.- Michael's, Catholic' church with -Rev. Philip Dailey official- mg. .. •Pallbearers w e r t e his six nephews: Clem Mergen. Kenneth Mergen, Eugene Thill, Raymond Mueller. George Mueller and Donald Mergen.>, • Hubert Mergen was the son of Mrs Margaret Mergen and tho late George Mermen and was born on Hhe farm hnrne four milci southeast Of Whittemore. on Jan. 18, 1910: He attended Presenla- 1ion Academy arH grcvr uo on his parents farm. Since the death of his father in 1927 he has livr) with his mother in town.. He suffered a heart attack and wa^ found bv his mother in his room on April 30' and was ithen taken to St. Ann where hp "suffered an- oHior attack from Which he passed ewaV. One brother Jo^n t>rc- cerled him in doath in 1948. ft 0 , is =urvi-v"d bv hi? naod 1 *, three brothers, M'chno 1 , Harv Q v o f V>^re in'l Grnrgc? rt Ro<;ev)i1e. Cil'f., tlv n e skiers* ("Anna) Mrs Pefpr Muollor "Tiinv^ FEl ) Mrs M'^hpe' T'h'll o^ 1 Whiltemore ard Mrs 'Kath^vn^ H°iHe''s^eirl of W oq ^ Bend. Burial was in the Catholic 'cemetery. ' 103 • ' Lewis Barnes, Emmet County's oldest resident 'lied recently at the age of 103. He was the oldest living .employee of the Rocl Island'Railroad. • -'• ' CHOICE CONVENIENCE SATISFACTION BUILT- INS *' V ,\^WtS^tkA^f - : ^| , - "i""& t r^r^ VK vt | J- *iffife^<^j 5 It's a complete new adventure in' kitchen efficiency. You add space to your kitchen and put cooking where you want it when you enjpy the step-saving, stoop-saving convenience of Monarch built.-ins. Choose from a feature-studded selection' of surface units and spacious time* controlled ovens. 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