The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 8
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8-Algona Oo.) Upper De* Moifi«§ tkirsday, 6d. 1, 1959 P I*-! Father Goetz, Ex-Wesleyan, Dies Suddenly Wesley — Relatives here received word Monday of the death of Father Fidelis Gpetz, 72, who died that morning in a railroad station at Des Moines. Father Fidelis was enroute hornc from a visit with relatives hero and at several other Iowa points. He was a son of the late Mr nnd Mrs Anton Goetz, former Wefleyans, and said his first Mass in St. Joseph's Catholic church in 1918. Survivors include two brothers. Lou Goetz of Wesley, Frank of Elmn and four sisters: Mrs Jack (Hilda) Haag of Milwaukee; Mrs (Gertrude) Albert Hoffer, Waterloo; Mrs Doretta Lloyd, Mason City and Mrs Stella Hauptman of Charles City, and many cousins here. Funeral services \vere held at Conception Abby, Conception Mo. Thursday morning, Oct. 1 He had lived there 41 years. Mrs Mary Seifert will observe her 82nd birthday Friday, Oct. 2. Her son Emil Seifert of Mason City and her daughter, Mrs Ida Bonn and Mary of Garner visited her Sunday. Rev. and Mrs Robert Jones and daughters spent Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Larson at Eagle Grove. The Library board meeting for Oct. 3 has been postponed to Saturday, Oct. 10, at 1:30 p.m. The junior department of the Methodist Sunday School held a promotion service for 24 of the; members Sept, 27. Teachers are Mesdames Charles Nygaard, Don Kraus, Glen G»btielson, Stan Hoagland, George Detmering and Barbara Jones. Mrs John Paulson spent Sept, 23-28 in Minneapolis with her aunt, Mrs Rose Wagner and other relatives. Mr and Mrs David Tegtmeyer of Spencer spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Paulson. Methodist senior choir will resume practice Oct. 1 after a summer vacation. Junior choir will also practice Oct. 1 after school. Mr arid Mrs Otto Henderson arrived home Friday following a three week visit with relatives in California and in western Iowa. WS.C.S. will meet Oct. 7 at the Methodist Church with the Mesdames Lawrence Baylor, Herman Wise, Glen Smith and Fred Rasmussen as hostesses. Devotions will be led by Mrs W. R. Smith and the lesson by Mrs Lawrence Hansen, A bazaar will be planned and committee appointed. Mrs Ray Hansen was brought home Saturday from Park Hospital, Mason City, following an 8 week stay. A Bleich family reunion was held Sunday in the K.C. hall 'at AlgontL Wesleyans who a'ttend- ed included the Frank BleicHs, Mrs Mag Bleich and Jim, liarry Youngwirths, Tom Forburgers, Kenneth Forburgers, Al Erpeld- ings, Joe Krieps. Mrs Ed Hildman entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Glen Smith entertained at three tables of 500 Sept, 20. Mrs Dale Dornbier and Don Studer won high score prizes and Mrs Jei-ry Oxley received travel prize. The Christian Mothers ""'will meet in St. Joseph's hall Wed- esday evening* Oct. 7, The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Oct. 1. The Eunice Nelson estate house and lots were sold at auction Saturday morning to Philip Goetz. Mrs Sophia Hildman, Beatrice Angeline Foertsch and Mrs Ed Hildman and Mrs Theresa Foert r sch attended the funeral of a cousin, Charles Jordan, at Story City Friday. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Schultz of Britt visited their daughter, Mrs Gleh Smith and family Saturday. ST. JOE NEWS Deiores Manser, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Manser of Algona will be honored at a prenuptial shower Thursday evening in the K. C. Hall. Miss Manser will be the bride of John Gales, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Gales Oct. 10 in St. Joseph's church. Jean Reding will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's hall Oct. 4. 'Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales and family enjoyed a visit last week from Mrs John Faber of Watkins, Minn, and sons John Jr and Eugene from Minneapolis and Mrs William Pauly of Watkins, Minn, and daughter Eileen from Minneapolis. Continuing Through This ' • *.„ " %*f • t .-1 . i .. 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