The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1959
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•**?r, ,1 v {Id.) Uppfcr ttat Moinw Thursday, June 18, .' Eft • i \* ' i Three year old Theresa Carlin of Lawler recfefttly, received an eye injury *»h£ft she was bitten by a dog. Thtee stitches were required to close the wound. 'I * i t t »• s> X -> iii; Whtfs happened to all the hot water? never ever happens with an automatic water heater heater ..with a, glass liner is always ready to deliver at Hi« "hot water you need. Quaranteed lor 10 years; As low as $1 .75 per week. -ONLY M»j IJ1.95 InsEtalled MVl •"* =NO 130 WIf ?Pft YMENT heats fastest NORTH CENTRAL Public Service Co. ' .Phone CY 4-2484 'ALGONA, IOWA WiUiam Baum Riles Held Al LakotaJunell Lakota — Funeral services for William Baum. life-time resident of the Lakota community were held June .11 at 2 p. rn.' in St. Paul's Lutheran church with "Rev. La Verne R. Meinecke officiating and internment in the church cemetery. William Bnurn. ,«on of Ferdinand and Emilia Baum, was born Nov. 20, 1873 in East Prussia. Germany. He came to the United States with his parents when he was 10 years old. The family settled at Brush Creek, Minn., after a brief slay in -Wisconsin. He was united in marriage with Httttie Hertzke July 10. 1898. The young couple set up housekeeping on. a farm northeast of La- kola where they lived until 1913 when they moved to Lakota where Mr Baum became a stock buyer until 1026 when they moved to a farm north of Lakota. Mrs Baum died in 193G. He and his daughter moved to' Lakota to the present home in 1944. The departed served in many capacities in civic duties of the community as well as ol the county. He served as supervisor from 1933-37, While living in Lnkola :heserved as mayor, marshal and was a member .of the school board. Mr Baum became ill 'last Christmas- and April 8 his condition became worse. He was treated in Algona and then taken to Iowa City where he submitted to surgery May 1. He rallied to return home but re-entered the pita) and later Iowa City where he died Jurie 7, at 7:10 p. m. He had reached the age of 86-ycars. He .leayes ; to mourn his passing, iseveri. 1 :, children; ' Elsie at home. Lydia ir Schwieterst of -Burl, Ted Baum of Mason, Mich.; Marvin Baum of Clear Lake; Arthur of 'Lakota", Clarence and Verdcan Baum of Blue Earth; Fred Baum of Mankato and Amelia. Persig Fairmont, He was proceeded' in death ,by ..his parents.,...his wife, a daughter and two grandchildren. Pallbearers./' were nephews of thje ^departed:•'•'• Ojr.: Elm eK. Pirs ig,. Glenden : Baiitii, Willand ..Baum, Raymond Hertzke. )M a y'n'a r d Hertzke- and Otto Hertzke. :r "' .'.• ; Becker Reunion ' The annual Becker •family reunion was held last Sunday at the city hall in Lakota. Present vyerei'Mr and Mrs William Goldtrap and family of; Elrnorc;-"'Mr and iMrsuMT^tjn.,, Becker of---Al- Becker Me Gee-Sehiltz Nuptials Si. John's Catholic church at Bancroft was the scene of the wedding of Deanne McGee to David Schiltz, Saturday, May 16. The couple, shown in th^ above picture are at home near Bancroft. The wedding story appeared in a previous issue of the U. D. M. (Isaacson photograph. Algona Upper Des Moines engraving). .and family, *Mf and ''Mrs 'George Becker and family, , Mr -and JMrs ;Roscoe iMawdsley and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, all of Burt; Mr and Mrs Caylor and family of Bancroft: -Martin Becker ami Terry of 'Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs Nick Kop;pen, 'Mr. and Mrs Irvin jKoppen and family, Mr and Mrs'". Herb Julius and family, the Ray and Arnold Beckers and Mrs Henry Oltoff all. of Lakota, ; Mr and Mrs Charles attendqd the /wedding of :Harold Sheldahl and Shirley: Kephart at Kiesler, "Minn., Saturday evening. Others from jLakota attending the wedding" were the Edward ;Sheldabl family and Mr and Mrs Robert Sheldahl. Robert Spear of Waterloo spent Sunday visiting at the John Spear 'home. Eight young"' people from Lakota are . attending Persbyterian camps M Lake Okoboji- during June and July. During the week of June 7-13, David Ley and Don Cook attended the Senior; high conference. This week, June 14-20, Carolyn Ley, Cheryl Rae Anderson, Sandra iRippen- trop and iPatri.cia Ennen are attending the, Junior, high camp. -Linda /Kojj'pen •andt.ShirTey Smith vvill ! *atterid ; the second" Senior high conference from 'July 12-18. On Wednesday of last week, Rev. and 'Mrs I-Iarlan Kruse entertained at a .picnic dinner honoring Mr and Mrs Don Wortman and children who visited in Lakota for two weeks. Other guests were their parents, Mr and Mrs I. E.; Wortman • and Mr and Mrs William Sehroeder. Three ladies from the Presby- i 30-Inch FRIGIDAIRE RANGE WITH EXCLUSIVE Pull 'N Clean Oven •>••'.'»*• Cut your cleaning time in ha/f...and feel like a queen te •H t- f, t- * * -» Full-Width, Even-'Heat iPoroelain-Enameled Oven • High-Speed Radiantufae Broiling Unit • -Cook-Master Automatic 'Oven Control 6" Speed-Heat Unit • Self'Cteaning, Stay-up, Hinged Surface Units • .Award-winning '.Sheer Look Styling A Gold Crown Jubilee Value ADVANCED APPLIANCES' DE£iGl\iLO WITH YOU IN MIND EECHER LANE APPLIANCE terian church and four of their: children will attend a leadership training school to be held on the' campus of Buena Vista college 1 from June 21-26. Those 'attending are Mrs Burdette Hoeppner and : Linda and Charles;.Mrs-Cliff. Buckels and Mike, and Mrs "Herman Jutting and Judy. Mr 'and Mrs Albert Rippentrop sperit 'Sunday, with r their,' daugh-: ter and family, tfie LaVerl QToll- maris at East Chain, Minn, , Mr'arid''Mrs Herman Jariseri ofc Buffalo Center were Sunday, callers at the Andrew Jansen. home. : .'.;'''•'.•'••' .,'* Mrs Lena Schwarz, Laura Pen-; ny and Mrs Bertha Trump .were Sunday afternoon callers' 'ait the Rosa Rhainstock 'home. Mrs A. C. iBierstad recently returned 'from Rochester, Minn., where, she went through -the Mayo Clinic for a general -check/ up., Gwen Bierstad, Leon Kramer and George Zemke of IMirlne- apolis spent the weekend at the A. C. Bierstad home. '' ' A reunion of the Trasamar family was held at the city park . in Clear Lake on Sunday. ' j Mr and Mrs John A. Dorh- bush and 'Mark were Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Jutting home. ' Mrs Wilson Brack ..and Mrs Hilmcr Hanson drove to (Minneapolis on Sunday on a buying trip. Mr and Mrs Otto ;Karels and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Edward Hammond home in Swca City. The Robert Hamiltons had as weekend guests at. their'cpttage. on the Mississippi, Mr and Mrs Don Boyd and family. Mr and Mrs John Ukena spent Sunday evening visiting at the Wayne Hanson home in Blue Earth. Mrs H. H. Murray spent Friday, .Saturday and part Of Sunday with her son and family, 'the Dbnnis Murrays in Northfield, Minn, Mr and Mrs Raymond Picht and family o£ Armstrong were 'Thursday evening visitors at the HeTmaji BoMyia home. A family dinner was held Sunday at the S'. Paul's church pai- lors by the Hertzke family, honoring 'Mr and Mrs Paul Hertzke on the 49ih wedding anniversary Miss .Shelda Hertzke!s commission as a parish ^worker, iMr and 'Mrs Charles Hertzke on'their 8th wedding anniversary and Otto Hertzke on his birthday. Richard Zielske celebrated his '78th birthday Tuesday. Tuesday afternoon' the Birthday club met at the home of Mrs Henry Blome to help her •celebrate her birthday. Present were Mesdames Fred Christ, Signe Nelson, Harry Roseneau, Henry Olthon", Richard Zoilske, L. A Nitz, Lena Schwarz, Anna Ogren, Mary Te-lkanp and Miss Hannah Heetland. Gorden .Hans, son of Mr and Mrs Arhend Hans, who is serving in the U. S. Coast Guard service and who has been stationed at Groten, Conn., has finished his training 'there and is being transferred to Sun Francisco. He aiuuved here Saturday for a week's visit with his .parents. Mr and Mrs -Clarence Zellmer and Douglas of . Am boy, Minn., and Mrs 'Freda Zdlmer of Lew- isvUle, 'Minn., were .Sunday .afternoon and supper guests at the J»mes Mt'urer home. Mrs H. D. Mussman spent from -Monday till Thursday 'with 'the R. -C. Kieslers, her brothei and 'family, in Mason City. Mr and Mrs 1-Jerman .Bosnia were Sunday evening callers jftt ifche .Jfcennoth Beck home. •Saturday afternoon, Mrs ilames Meurfii- .pnter&wiwid at ,a •day -party ^honoring flier daughter .Tan's birthday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland and sons in Minneapolis Were weekend visitors at the parental Jerry HAtiand h»me.. Mr andflMttaWftltei- their scfftj Arnold. Who is uumc on-leave from .GhfcSgd, '*^iftt, .family at Uccorah.' • Last Sunday, Mr atift SlfB L. W. Cook «nd datmfen *it«Bc D0B to Lake <Jkdbdji wherfe lirts WiH attend the PresbytetiSn Bfble camp f«jr a k week* Suniday, Mrs W* D, -l«y iind. .son T4ttwti!e, took David Cey to Lake Okobojf ^w%ere Vie D^lll at- 'tend fhe. Presfb^terian JEHble gamp fot a waek. » • • ^ •• ' ' Mr and Mrs William fi. Meyer of Lakota announce the en* ' gagemer' of their daughter, Velma Jean, to Arlo DornbUsh, son of Mr snd Mrs John A. Dornbush of Lakota. Tuesday Mr and Mrs A. ? C. Klocke went to -Forest City where they met Mr and Mrs 4M Christ who accompanied 'them to Decorah where they visited3with '.the Marvin Klocke family Until Friday. Mrs 'Pearl -Smith, local post- fnaster, accompanied by - Mrs Ella McDonald of Ledyard, attended the Wlnnebago-Worth county nio.hit.hly postmaster's meeting at iForest Ciiy Wednesday night. " • '"Older residents o'f Dakota -w:ho knew Lucy Hewitt, former resident of Lakota, will be sorry to learn that she fell and broke her hip last Monday night at her home in Swea City. She is a patient at Estherville. Baptisms Sunday morning at the St. Paul's Lutheran 'church were Debra Kaye Eichenberiger, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wai ter .Eichenberger. "The other Was Brenda Kay Thompson, daughter of 'Mr and iMrs 'R6bert Thompson.' Stanley Vodraska, son of Mr and Mrs W. C. Vodraska, w.ho has been attending Si. .Thomas college at Collegeville, Minn., returned home 'to spen4 the summer with his parents. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Aukes ^attended the funeral of 'his grandfather, Edze Aukes, at the Ramsey Reformed church on Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Don Wortman and fsons .left Thursday for their home at Roseville, Maryland after a ten day visit at ;the jpar- ental I. E. Wortman and William Sehroeder <homes. '' ~ ; Mr and Mrs Ed Umderdahl of &&& with friends and relatives. They stayed at the,', Griese home for several days. , LuVerne By Mrs. Ferh Mr and Mrs fiurnis Wflhfcfm dl' 4Sardy are the f>arfetit§ «f 'ft daughter Lori Ann, bbftf Jtine 10 at Britt. They have a Sdn, (Mich* ael. Mrs Wilhelnt is Un& Hatsy Haaland of Hardy and Burnis, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelm, litfVerne, Mr and Mrs Ronald Anderson of Forest City are the p^renis'sf a 'daughter -born June 13 at Fdr- est City. They have a sdnj t)6 : iig» las. Mrs Anders'bti Js the former «,—«,- Qlenda Hanselmafl, daughter of and their tioUslh; Mtt Mr and iMrs^ LeRoy .Hanselman, frey and Rubye. LuVerne. Visitors 4H&fti,$!>, o __if *^irf|a oi^Mtimbdidi bride-ele^. , tufrt* , vsteatioii an& uncle 1 , Mr Asa in Rutland llrs evening visitors irt the "Artfttir Maasa home Wfef 6 - her cousins, Mr and Mrs Ervitt Methfessel and daughter Karrie Kay of New Hartfofd, ,--» fr %-fPotftef of &., aad .his Both ter, <rf-RMwf*k' mortting %fi®i their , Sig-ihgs attd Mr aftd Marl* fey left 3\&e IS MUL- fof a week's vteit -" .diatfgliter, Veira, Mt "' "Ltek and family. ""teftty Marty atrt „ t«l Iliursday :to „„___, ;^th?«f sons, tke Wayhe '• Marty. '- family at Iowa City.atta the Rev, Howard Mariy latnily si K*lonat5^ey wettt td, 'Mtefift 1h(S:- graduation of Wayne Matty .Who received his master's degree from Iowa University. Mfts 'fred Ibtximgartner, her daughter Mrs Wayne Sanfotd and Connie went to Mason CHy to meet Pefgy 'Lee Burtis, their gr&nddatlghtefj srn"d v niece. > Leo. Ghftibiflls • «sl Mason. 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