The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 7
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7 0". 84, mt Alg»M (to.) Upptt D« M»ln«-r Stroke Fatal For Wesley Woman, Oct. 18 ~~ Mrs Oliver Young, died Friday evening, Oct. 18, in St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been a patient for eight weeks following a stroke. She was born Lela Florence Lambden in English, Ind., on Match 31, 1889, and grew to womanhood in that community. She was married to Oliver Young, May 9, 1908, at Paolo, Iftd., and tne couple came, to Wesley m 1917. They have lived here ever since. Mrs Young was active in Robekah lodge and Methodist women's groups until her health failed . Sihe is survived by her husband, two sons and 1 daughter. They ar« Mrs (Ida) Ted Worsley and Albert Young of El Monte, Calif., and Rupert Young of Emmetsburg, 6 grandchildren, 6 great- grandchildren, 3 brothers; Esco Lambden of Council Bluffs, Z6b Lambden of Salt Lake City, Utah. Truman Lambden of Iowa Falls and 3 sisters, Mrs Scott Eagles of English, Ind., Mrs Bruce Cox of Maeon, Ind., and another sis* ter in Montana. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 2 o'clock in. the Methodist church by. Rev. Robert Jones and Rebekah .leaders. Burial was in'.the local Evergreen cemetery. Mama Cowan To Wed Nov. 22 Mrs. fed, 77, Succumbs At Wesley Home Wesley — Mrs (Josie) Clarence Ward, 77, passed away suddenly at her home Friday afternoon, October 18, about 5 o'clock. She had been watching T-V laid down on the davenport where she was found dead when her husband and her brother, Henry Shore, came in for supper. Mrs Ward was born to Mr and Mrs Christian Shore, April 10, 1880, at Veronia, 111. She came to Wesley with the family as a child and they lived on the farm now owned and occupied by the Charles Froehlichs. .j.-wwt-. She was married to Clarence Ward, Feb. 5, 1908. They farmed in the Wesley area "till 1943 when they purchased a home in Wesley which they have since occupied, Mrs Ward is survived by her husband, a son Ijjarl of Clear Lake, and a daughter, Mr? (Erma) J. M. Kunz, two grandchildren and 8 step-grandchildren, a sister, Mrs W, E. Smith of New Hartford and a brother, Henry Shore. Funeral services were held in the Methodist Church at 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, with Rev. Robert Jones officiating^ Burial was in the ' Evergreen cemetery here with the Blake Funeral home in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Roy Carlson. Edward Downs, • Harry Peters, Don Ward, Leander Seefeld and Clarence Bird. 28 At Swea High On Honor Roll Twenty-eight high school students, abou^t 20 per cent, made the honor roll-for the first six- week period. A's went to Lowell Greenfield, senior; Joan Hinrieh- son, sophomore; Carmen Larson and Ronnie Linde, freshmen. There were 15 boys and 13 girls with B or better. Others on the honor roll are ten seniors:^ John Glawe, Karen Goraczkowskf, Carl Johnsp'n, Larry Looft, Marianne Martin, Sha'jpn Patterson, Edrys Peterson, Howard Roalson, Tom Sanftner, arid Margaret Verbrugge; four juniors, Alan Claussen, Judy Johnson, Larry Franks and Evelyn Mino; five sophomores, Maxine Clark, Dale Farland, Robert Gardner, Jim Hardt and Patty Carson, and five freshmen, Roger .Johnson, Judy PiUver, Beverly Thorson, James Webb, 'and Richard Farland. The Linotype machine which sets this paragraph was invented by Mergenthaler in 1884. BIG THINGS ARE COMING OCT. 31, NOV. 1 and 2 AT FOSTER'S The approaching marriage of Mafcia Cowan, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard A Cowan of Algona, and Loren H Nelson, son of Mr and Mrs tlenry Nelson of Minneapolis, was an nouliced this week. The wedding will be held Friday, Nov. 22, at 8 p.m. in -the Congregational • church here with Rey. Bpyd officiating. A reception'.will follow in the church parlors." There's Bear-ly Time! 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