The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 45
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 45

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
Page 45
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Last Rites, LuVerne, For Mrs Tiede Held Nov. 25 LuVerne—Funeral services for Mrs John Tiede, 74. were hold 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 25. in the Zion Lutheran Church with Rev. Louis Wittenburg officiating. Organist was Barbara Meyer, music by quartette of Mrs L. O. Hesse. Mrs Harold Nielsen Jr., Mrs Earl Jansscn and Mrs Henry Porgan- ch-. Caskelbcarers were Lylo Schipull, Ralph Schipull, Alfred Schipull, Harold Schipull, Ferdinand Meyer and Harold Meyer. Burial took place in the Lu- Verne Cemetery. Augusta Tiede, daughter of God fried Schipull and his wife, Marie Weisen was horn January 2G, 1881 in Germany. She came to this country with her parents in October, 1905. On July 15, 1900 she was united in marriage to John August Tiede. Two children were horn t<> this union, one son, August who preceded his mother in death in 1932 at the age of 2o and a daughter, Dorothy, who died shortly after birth. In 1940. Mr and Mrs Tiede moved to the home they had purchased in LuVerne and it was here in their home that Mr Tiede passed away after a lingering illness in June 1953. On Sunday morning. Oct. 30. she was stricken with her fatal iilness and was immediately taken to the Lutheran 1 hospital, Fort Dodge. After numerous biuod transfusions it was thought she was on the road to recovery. She suffered a relapse and passed away Tuesday, Nov. 22, at the age "of 54. ' ' She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church for 50 years. Surviving are five brothers. Karl Schipnll, LuVerne; August , Schipull. Burl; Ferdinand and j Gust.-m- Schipull, Ringsted am! William Rchipull. LuVerno. many other relatives and f;;'-nri~. Weds In Owatonna The marriage of Barbara, only child of Mr and Mrs Lewis Wilden. Owatonni;, Minn., and Dean liahn, Albert Lea. Minn, took place 4 p.m Satin day, Nov. 26 in the Presbyterian Church in Owatonna. Attending thi- wedding fi oin this area were the bride's grandmother. Mrs Dura Ramus uncles and aunts. M: and Mi> Ru'haid.-oj!. Mr and Mis All'.-:. !.),,; bv. Jane an 1 M,,ry L<v .-! LuYeir." and Mr and M: - F: •< -i H::-,t:-. Liver::. .Jr. Mr jnri Mr- Harry Thilijes, G..!br..i 1 .::. Mr a:;c! Mrs A:thii! Kivtau. Mi an:! Mi:: S'-.mng-.vii'.»-, ,,iui I>r. am.: Mr and Mrs Frank Whitley, .-•ons, Billy and Terry of Ankeny visited in the parental, Mr and Mrs William Moeding home, Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Awe and children, Mrs Norma E. McClaran, mother of Mrs Awe, were guests Thanksgiving in the home of Mr and Mrs Waller Strampe in Ptiullina, Mr and Mrs Robert Davis are the parents of a six pound and twelve ounce daughter born Friday morning by Caeserian Section. Nov. 25 in Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge. They have another son Jerry, who is with his maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs August Elberts. Mrs Davis is the former Louise Elborts. Mrs Sam Hoesley, Mr and Mrs Ernest Fjiti and family and Betty Streblo of Crestun, Neb., visited Wednesday to Saturday in the home of Mr and Mrs Jack Hefty and family. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle, Charles and Margene, her mother, Mrs Emma Lehman visiting here from Boxholm went Sunday to Paton where they attended the 80th anniversary of the Evangelical United Brethren Church. Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman entertained the Youth Fellowship group of the Renwick Methodist church in their farm home Friday evening. rr ifi^ UKS B><i Llft!!l U*i 3? Make It A WHITE rr Christmas For Her NEW Mr- A. J. HospUal News Mr and Mrs Eh Ba.eer went to RocheMiT. Minn . Monday morning where Mi> Bager entered tho r.(,-,pital tor surgery. Akse! NJflM'n came to hi:., hoir.c Siituiii;-.v; Lutheran h '.-p:tal. Kur! Dodge, where ru- war. a surgical patient the past v.-.-ek. Ha'p!-. Davids. :i, tak-.-n ill Saturday war. Uikt-n ti. the- Mercy ! Fvrt D'a.i^e, f.n oh.-.erv- a!:on a:v.i :ui'(iic.ii tn-atment. Mrs D.a'id.-i n .-j'l'-r'. tin. ,vi-eK<.r/i with him. Mi.- Cu;!;- .* ir;Mn wen', 'o I.Vs M .'Ini-- M.'nd.,y fur fu,ti-.i r iie;jt:r,'-nt at '.!•!.• hospital wiu-rt- si,'.- uruie! v.'t nt suigt-ry. Buys LuVcrno Ho.-ne M:-- Anna BUi-.iur ha^ purch- J;,ini> M.ille.ry Mr and *.ii . Mal- 1'ii'y have purehuSt-d !!!•:• n v .-i- derice art; aciv.'i^.- o'( Mr and Mrs G..-1-d..:, Sco;'. M.- ami Mrs Scut! an- inov^nt; to Stoim Lake. Back From Japan Mr and Mr> August Elberis have w rd that tlu-ir son KDii P.iul Kll'.ert- has arrived ;n San Kranei>v i. He was flown back !:>i!7' > . J.^Kin where lie ha<i served At Infanl's Rites Mr a:.d Mr- Cur! Pcrs;,ndc> and llflen ..'.'.end' d funeral r:'cs in St. M.iry's Cash 'lie C<.an-u-;> 111 HumSxilcit I.T Ib'1-i.-...n Pii.iH' iiit'unt -'on "f th-. :: s n, M: .in i Mrs Human I'l-rtJaiiile ..'. H',;m- li.iUl; Tn•• i;aii>'. born in Mi-r^y hospital, ij.idjje. N..V. '2'2 1.\i-ct only a few hours. 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