The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 5
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Hungarian Refugee Is Guest In Wesley Home Leslie Farago Leslie Farago. 19, an escapee from the Russian Communists in Hungary, and now a student at the University of Dubuque will be a house guest over the Easter week-end in the home of Mr and Mrs Karl Knlshol.m of Wesley, Iowa. Leslie with his friend Steven Domonkos. 20, escaped to Austria during the recent Hungarian revolt and were shuffled through Austria and Germany before making the big tour to the United States. Leslie has an uncle, Dr. Denes Farago, living in Lake City, Leslie will major in physics at the University of Dubuque and hopes to graduate as an engineer. Veda Hedrick Rites Monday At Whiffemore Whitiemore — Funeral services for Mrs Veda Ruth Hedrick. 62 were held fin St. Paul's Lutheran church Monday afternoon at 2 p.m., April 15, Rev. Paul G. Weinhold officiating. Pallbearers were? L. IT. Peril, Ferdinand Ostwald, Herb e r t Zumach, George Meyer, Henry Wichtendahl and George Baas. Burial was at the Riverview cemetery in Algona, with the McCullough Funeral Chapel of Algona in charge of arrangements. Veda Ruth Neuman was the daughter of the late Otto and Matilda Neuman. She was born Sept. 12, 1895 in Algona. She attended the Algona schools and graduated from the Algona high school, following n*r graduation she taught for six years in the rural schools in Irvington, Whittemore, and Lotts Creek Townships. In 1919 she moved to Sexton with her parents where her father operated* a store. On June 2, 1§20, she was united in marriage tp Orville Hedrick. They farmed in,the vicinities of Irvington, Sexton and Whittemore. Following the death of her husband in July 1953, she retired from a farm three miles southeast of Whittemore and bought a home in. the southwest part of town. Two years ago she became a member of St. Paul's congregation and has been a devout member of her church. Last summer she became ill and in September, she entered the Lutheran "hospital in Fort Dodge where she underwent surgery and really never rallied from her ailment. Two weeks ago she entered the St. Ann hospital in Algona, where she passed away Friday morning, April 12 at 2:00 a.m. She leaves to mourn her death three aunts and an uncle, Mrs Minnie McClellan of Clayton, New Mexico, Mrs T. A. Nelson of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs William Brockmann of Minneapolis, and Conrad Rabe also of Minneapolis, and a large number of cousins and'other relatives. Joe, two sisters, a niece, Mrp Sidney Rosensteil, and two nephews, John and Joe Dubaski. Pallbearers at the funeral were Matt Selzcr,iJ'ohn Goodman, John Elbert, Pat Hegarty, Oscar Hentges and Sandy Stebritz. 65 Highest For Year, Wednesday With the high reading for Wednesday's balmy afternoon unreported, a high of 65 topped the week's weather. Unofficially, the temperature hit the mid- seventies in Algona Wednesday afternoon. The official high of 65 was registered Tuesday afternoon. Lowmark was a 16 reading Friday. A trace of rain fell Tuesday. Date H April 10 55 April 11 ...36 April 12 _. 38 April 13 46 ' April 14 53 April 15 57 April 16 65 Rain was general all over the United States Wednesday, with the exception of this area. L 27 22 16 20 19 36 44 UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends ' APVERTISED IN THIS MONTH'S SECTION (With This Newspaper) Dubaski Rites Held Monday Funeral services for Wendell J. Dubaski, 78, Jong-time ivsi- dent of Algona, were hold Monday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Ceceli i Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated and burial followed in Calvary cemetery. Mi-Cullough's Funeral Chape! was in charge of arrangements. Rosary for Mr Dubaski was said Sunday at B p.m. Mr Dubaski died Friday at St. Ann hospital following an iilnt'.ss of several weeks. He was a victim of hardening of the arteries. Porn at Papcia, Yugoslavia. 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