The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 14
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I ' Free/ Tiede R/fes, Lu Verne LuVerne—Fred William Tiede son of Michael Tiede and wif Augusta nee Hinz, was born Sep 23, 1870, at Bloomington, 111. Hi father passed away when he wa a very small boy. Later, Mrs Tiede was married to Carl Lau At the age of 11 years the familj moved to Irvington, la. 'On Apri 16, 1896, Mr. Tiede was united in marriage to Miss Wilhelmenia Klawitter. Six children were born to this union, one dying in infancy. Mrs. Tiede passed away three years ago and Mr. Tiede made his home with his oldest daugh ter, Mrs. Edward Lenz. He was il about a week, passing away earlj Monday morning, Jan. 2, at th age of 79. He was a life-long member of the Lutheran church having been confirmed at the ag< of 14 years. Surviving are the son, Clar ence Tiede, Houston, Texas: four daughters, Mrs. Edward Lenz and Mrs. Paul Phillips LuVerne Mrs. Edward Mohtey of Janesville, Wis., Mrs. Harry Fleming Corwith; 14 grandchildren, great-grandchildren, one brother Herman Tiede, of Adah, Minn, and three half-brothers, Charles and Emil Lau, Humboldt, Max Lau of Des Moines; three half- sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Bommell Fulton, Mo., Mrs. Fred Wolf and Mrs. Edward Ramus of LuVerne Funeral services, were held al the Zion Lutheran church in Lu Verne, Thursday afternoon, Jan 5, with the Rev. L. Wittenburg officiating. Burial was in LuVerne cemetery. Casket-bearers were Fred Tiede, Fred Hinz Jr., Fred Wolf, Fred Behnkendorf, Fred H. Hints and Max Block. Returns From Virginia Mrs. Lewis Merkle has returned to her home after spending the past two weeks in Petersburg, Va. She had gone there to assist in caring for the Leslie Lanning family. On Saturday, Dec. 10, a son, Michael Gene, their first child,-was born to Sgt. and Lanning. Mr. Lanning came to live with Mr. and Mrs. Merkle at \the age of 14 years, and later was a graduate of the LuVem'e school. After graduation, he enlisted in the service and spent four years of the time in Germany, where he met his wife, the former Edith Hof, of Frankfurt, Germany. They came to LuVerne in December, 1948. Sgt. and Mrs. Lanning and baby son accompanied Mrs. Merkle home. Mrs. Lanning and son will remain .here a few months while Leslie returns to Camp Lee, Va. Later he will join his company which will be sent to Puerto Rico for a short time. Birthday Club The Neighborhood Birthday club met Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 3, in the home of Mrs. Edward Hof, with Mrs. John Voss Sr., assisting hostess. The new president. Mrs. Lawrence Miller, presided at the meeting, attended by 20 members and one guest, Mrs. Merlin Cody. , Mrs. John Voss received a gift in honor of her recent birthday. Games were played with prizes awarded. After a social hour, a 8—Algona Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 10, ,1950 delicious lunch was served. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 7, in the home of Mrs. Albert Genrich, with Mrs. Lawrence Miller co-hostess. Goes To Sanitarium Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen took their oldest son, Wayne, to the sanitorium at Oakdale, near Iowa City, Wednesday, wh'ere he will receive medical treatment. Wayne, who was a senior student at Morningside college, Sioux City, became ill at Thanksgiving time. For several days he received medical treatment in Sioux City, later coming to the home of his parents here in LuVerne, waiting to be received at Oakdale for medical treatment. W. S. C. S. Meets Jan. 11 The general meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church will be held Jan. 11, in the church rooms. The general president, Mrs. George Wolf, will preside. Mrs. Harold Sorenson will lead the devotions and lesson will be given'by Mrs. John Voss Jr. The December, January and February birthdays of members of the society will be observed. Hostesses will be Mesdames Phil C. Lichty, Lisle Hood, Clifford Holmes, Allen Brink,' Bertha Hunt and Burtis DeNio. 20 Ai J. J. Meeting tion had not as yet been performed. Mrs. Baessler is with her sort and wife in Ft. Dodge. Calls From Hawaii" Mr. and Mrs, Henry Pergande were pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening when they received a telephone call from their son. Apprentice Seaman Robert Pergande, of the navy, stationed at Pearl Harbor. He had told them he was enrouie Thursday, Jan. 5, for an island, destination unknown. On his new assignment he will be a log yeoman. Robert has been in the service a year last October, serving at Guam before transferring to Peail Harbor. Hear Lesson On Japan The Women's Society of the Evangelical United Brethren church held its monthly meeting at the farm home of Mrs. Fred Merkle, Thursday afternoon, Jan. 4. Mrs. William Marty, led the devotional service and Mrs. Bernard Wolf had charge of the lesson study on Japan. . . Mrs. Beckman of Cedar Falls, mother of Mrs. Lawrence Marty, was a guest. Mrs. Merkle served refreshrrients. • Band Mothers Luncheon The Band Mothers club met at home of Mrs. John Ramus, with 20 members in attendance. The members answered roll :all by leaders in education. The :opic was "One National Divorce Law"" by'Mrs. S.. R., Baker and Droved very 'interesting. Mrs. 3aker also conducted the afternoon's entertainment. A brief business session was icld, followed by refreshments. Cemetery Association The LuVerne Cemetery Society will hold its January meeting in he-city hall Thursday afternoon, an. 12. A good attendance is requested as the annual election of officers will be held. Hostesses vill be Mrs. Otto Ramus, Mrs. Villiam Ramus and Mrs. Fred IVolf. Misfortune To Leg Lyle Powell, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClellan, fell t his farm home near Yale, la,, Saturday, Dec. 31, breaking his eg just above the ankle. Lyle lad a severe break in the same eg two years ago when he fell rom an elevator, and it had never >een strong since. Mrs. McClelan went to Yale, Tuesday, to stay with her daughter and fami- y for a few days. Taken Suddenly HI Mrs. Eugene Baessler of Algona nd daughter-in-law of Mrs. Mathilda Baessler of LuVerne, vas taken to the Lutheran hos- lital, Ft. Dodge, by ambulance Wednesday. She was suffering rom an acute attack of kidney nfection, and at this writing, her ondition was such that an opera- There was no special business to be taken care of. Mrs. George Johnson conducted the entertainment Quizzes werfe enjoyed with prizes awarded. Hostesses for the lunch were Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Marie Hunt, Florence Hinz and Mrs. Robert Phillips. Prepare Toy Shipments The American Legion and Auxiliary is sponsoring the 'Tide of Toys" to ship to Europe. The Legion hall was open all day Saturday, Jan. 7, to accept toys. They do not wish electric or fragile toys. Toys for boys and girls, one to five years, and School age boys and girls, six to 14 years. Lutheran Ladies Aid The Ladies Aid Society of the Zion Lutheran church met in the church rooms Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 4. There was a good attendance, and guests were Mrs. Ernest Meyer Jr., Mrs. Henry Hinz and Mrs. Lewis Olson. Their pastor, the Rev. L. Wittenburg, had charge of the religious lesson on missionary work. Mrs. Henry Pergande was hostess, serving refreshments. Chester Stoddard has been confined to his home since last Friday when he suffered several severe nose hemorrhages, requir- in0 the attention of a doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jerger- sen of Corwith attended the funeral of Fred W. Tiede, uncle of Mrs. Jergersen, Thursday afternoon. 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Clarence Tiede arrived Wednesday evening from his home in Houston, Texas, called by 4 the death of his father, Fred Tie^de. Mrs. Melvin Kemmerling has returned to her home in Springfield, 111., after she spent some time here with her mother, Mrs. Grace Brayton, who recently underwent surgery and her convalescence at her home in, Lu Verne. Henry Hanselman returned Wednesday after spending three weeks at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines where he went for a check-up and further medical treatment. Mrs. Alvin Weber and sons visited Friday and Saturday in the home of her mother, Mrs. Lulu Jordan, and sister, Edna Jordan, living in Waterloo. Alvin Kollman has returned to St. Louis, Mo., after spending his vacation with his mother, Mrs. Elda Kollman, sisters Carmen Kollman and Mrs. Clement Stripling. Alvin enrolled at Concordi'a Theological Seminary in St. Louis last fall. Herman Pechumer of Shelby, Mich., recently visited in the home of his son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pechum er. Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Hood visited in Chicago at the home of Mrs. Hood's brother, Mr. and Mrs. William Ritchie and family, and also her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Johnson, over the holidays. Recent guests during the holidays in the home of Mrs. Ottillia Reddel were her sons, the Rev. and Mrs. William Reddel and family of Fairbanks, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Reddel and family of Columbus, Neb. DUane Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Van Hansen, returned home Friday from Houston, Texas, where he had visited since Thanksgiving. C. E. Morrison has returned to his home in Odessa, Neb., after several days' visit in the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Randall. Mr. and Mrs.'Claire Champine visited part of their holiday vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Champine, at Ceylon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Rife at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe left Wednesday for Rock Creek, Minn., to be with her sister, Mrs. Phil Dickey, who recently suffered a stroke. Mrs. Jolliffe expects to be gone for two weeks. • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer went to Knapp, Wis., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Blumer, wife of Paul's brother, Wednesday. Mrs. Blumer had been sick for some time, having, suffered several strokes. Mr. "and Mrs. Edward Mante;? of Janesville, Wis., arrived in LuVerne, called by the death of Mrs. Mantey's father, Fred W/ Tiede. Mrs. Mantey had spent several days the week before in assisting in the care of her father. Mrs. Hal Roger has returned home from Ft. Dodge where she spent several days at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewarne, Johnny and Jane. She assisted in their moving into a house near. Lewarne is employed in nursing.. John Adams was the first U. 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