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December 12, 1958 T H E M E S S E N G E R PAGE SEVEN r i EY'S DETROIT MURAL !Church Metalware TIER PRIEST g and Plating 2951 HARNEY ST. -] Detroit. -- Monday, Dec. 15, The year following his elec-lfriction apparatus, spindles and 'l"~s~H,!~,~,~,r !~ om~ha~ N ebriil~!will be Gabriel Richard Day in tion to Congress he secured pas- spinning machines, and colors -- -iDetroit, when a mosaic depict-sage of a bill authorizing con-If r dyeing. ~iing events in the life of the . . In 1805, when fire destroyed ~":2:, !i frontier priest will be unveiled, structlon of the first road from '~-~) i i Father Richard, the only ,vetro,t, ~amer mcuara organ- i~etron to ~nlcago (lvucnlgan ized shelter stations for the ,'~-4"~i ipriest to serve in the United Avenue). ]homeless. He died while nurs- "~-=": i iStates Congress (elected from The prodigiously energetic ing sick in the cholera plague the Michigan Territory in 1823), priest established Michigan'sl f 1832. ! !came to Detroit in 1798. In 1817 first schools, making the first The mosaic is in the new i he established the University of proposal for promotion of a free Greyhound bus terminal, which i Michigan and served as its first public school system He estab- is on the exact site of Father vice president and professor in lished the first printing press in Richard's home, school, and the i six of its 13 departments, the territory, other than one I old St. Anne's Church rel hilt i used for legal forms. He edited I after a great fire. Show ](our i the territory's first newspaper--] It was suggested by Monsignor Christmas i the Michigan Essay or the /m-l Edward J. Hickey of Detroit, partial Observer He helped land was designed by Andrew R. Spirit i establish the first historical so-I Maglia, with much of the work With i ciety in the U. S. territories, lbeing done by Michael Dmyt- brought to Michigan the first renko, a Ukrainian refugee now FLOWERS i organ, piano, pneumatic pump, living in Canada. [NCWC Wire1 IRENE HURST Prop. i i LL i1 inn m/ ~ ! 4= = NOV. 28 Panama 46, Dow City 35 (girls). |Me ur~e[ ol ~alRT AU~USTJqe Missouri Valley 40, Panama 30 Westphalia 85, Portsmouth 36 (girls) ~ervtng the Lord ]or - " NO~. ~ Neola (St. Joseph's) 51, Fifteen Centuries v. 30 Council Bluffs (St. Francis') as Neola (St. Joseph's) 76, 41 TEACIIERS Portsmouth 37. DEC. 5 Neola (St. Joseph's) 55, Ports- Earlin~ (St Jose,h's~ PARISH PRIESTS mouth 17 (girls). Defiance'60. ~ ~ .4, MISSIONARIES DEC. 2 Panama 77, Persia 49. Dunl~p (St Joseph s) 44 De For information write: . '," Persia 53 Panama 2~ ~;~ Director of Vocations fiance (St Paul's) 36. ' DE,- ~s j. Tolentme Hall Cedar Rapids (Regis) 53, C. 6 OLYMPIA FIELDS, ILL. bowling 44 North Des Moines 49, ,Panama 69, Dow City 05. Dowling 42. IVE BETTER LIVE BETTE. R-- Electrically: 'When you choose an electric appliance as a Christmas gift, you're really giving years . ):i-. 'of better living--to the enhre family! Whether it s a toaster Or coffeemaker for M?ther--a clock-radio for Dad--a portable tc eves|on set for the youngsters, you can be :I sure that everyone else in the family will ~ . . enjoy it too. So, when you Give Better--. Electrically, you're helping the whole family to Live Better : Electrically. See the many electrical gift suggestions at your local appliance dealer's today, and REQUIESCANT IN PACEI In your charity have Ihfly Mass offered and pray for the repose of the souls of your priestly dead, espe- cially those whose anniversaries fall within the monlh, and those to whom you are particIdarly indebted for theminislry of the sacraments and of God's word. The Rev. Charles O'Connor, Nov. 19, 1958. The Rev. Charles B. Burkhiser, Dee. 3, 1938. The Rev. John A. Cook, Dec. 3, 1932. The Rev. John C. White, Dec. 5, 1920. The Rev. Joseph A. Minch, Dec. 6, 1946. Tile Rev. Daniel F. Mulvihill, Dec. 6, 1923. The Rev. Augustine J. Drexler, Dee. 25, 1949. The Rev. Joseph F. Nugent, Dec. 26~ 1925. The Rev. Edward E. Seagrave, Dec. 27, 1932. The Rev. Michael F. Dugan, Dec. 29, 1934. POLAN--Des Moines. -- Funeral who died Dec 1 after a brief ill- services for Mrs. Eliza Polan, 81, mess. He was a lifelong resident of who died of leukemia Nov. 25 at Council Bluffs. Burial was at St. her home, 3723 Fifth Avenue, were Joseph's Cemetery Survivors in- held Nov 29 at Port Huron, Mich. etude: Widow Florence H.; two Burial was in Lakeside Cemetery. daughters, M~s. Mary K. Eyberg there. Born at Carsonville Mich and Miss Eileen F. Lenihan, both of Mrs. Polan came here 20 years ago Council Bluffs; son, Thomas W. O Council Bluffs.~An urgent~ appeal for books has been re- ceived by St Patrick's Altar So- ciety, Council Bluffs, from the newly formed Aquinas Univer- sity College in Colombo, Cey- lon. Father Quintus Perera has written, in answer to an in- quiry made by the Altar Soci- ety, that the college is strug- gling against many adversities to pursue higher studies and educate young aspirants to the priesthood. In hopes that Messenger read- ers might have some of these books and be willing to send them to Father Perera, the so- ciety publishes herewith the en- tire list of desired books. Any of these books may be sent to St. Thomas Aquinas, Divine Comedy by Dante, Philosophy of Plato by Irwin Edman, Com- plete Works of Herodotus, 1lind of Homer, Odyssey of Homer, Complete Poetry and Selected Prose of John Milton, the Latin Poets, the Consolation of Philos- ophy, the Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Complete Works of Tacitus, Co~nple e Writings of Thucydides, and Virgil's books. Tacitus, Complete Writings of Thucydi, es, and rgil's bo~ cs. The fathers had charge of the meeting of St. Patrick's Parents' Club Nov. 19. Kenneth Pogge, husband of the club's president, presided at the meetirlg. An historical pageant was presented by the fourth and~ fifth grades under the direc- tion of Miss Ione Reese. Char- acters important in the early from Port Huron Sbe was a mere-Lenihan, Council Bluffs; and five Mrs. A. C. Kruse, 2203 N. Broad-history of America were p0r- bernOf sAlvliviS~intse Par~h~iauD~S grandchildren ~ way, Council Bluffs, who will trayed and described by each a " kEWER--Atlantic --r'uneral serv- f r ters, Mrs. Fred J. Millet of Des ices for Mr Mnrv ;r L a~ 0 ward them to Father Perera. student. Moi~es~ ~iathneWrhO~n she lived, Mrs. held Dec".~ 6 i'n'-St~s.-i~e~ter~a~d'~a"ul;s Philosophy o History by Jac- A card p a r t y sponsored by z wrosweu, lvt]cn Church. Burial was in the Atlantic ,~ - and Mrs. Gertrude Lucas of Pontiac, Catholic ~emeter,~ ~zr~ r,=,~ qucs Marltaln, Introductwn to the club was held Dee. 3. 3iCph~;rtt~i~rSOnSh Louis Appenroth born near Haibur'an l'~hac( 1-ived"i~ ~~ ,~. . a J~art Appenro~n the Atlantic vicinity since 1921."r| J~ I 17~ f ~ I o~ tontine; one sister, two brothers, Surviving are her husband G O it---. Jt ~t~J l g} tl~t mI I~l~l~e~, c14ilgrandchi.ldren, 31 great-grand- Lewer; twe sons, James of Ottumwa |J'l~ r'~'~[|~ r~| |~ i[Ik,~] ||||j.ll ~ en a n one great-great-grand- and Jack of San Diego, Calif.; two Ill It'~ /~]~ [ |~|~ ~[,J V~ ~il'J9 ~t~J~4]~,~ emiL. daughters, Mrs. Lucille Wittwer of[~ / # KRISINGER -- Creston. -- Funeral Council Bluffs and Catherine, all Larpet$, services for Mrs George Krisinger, home; four brothers, Joseph Stangll, 72, were held in St. Malacby's of Des Moines, Virgil Stangl of Car- bmoteum ~ l~l]aden l~loors, J. ~. l~uflflen Church Nov. 28. Burial was in Cal- roll, Cletus Stangl of Oelwein and Wall Tile: 608 Mulberry Phone AT 8-6568 vary Cemetery Mrs. Krisinger, who Boyd Stangl of Atlantic; three sis- had lived in Creston all her life, ters Mrs. Rose Lipplncott and Mrs. died at a local nursing home Tues- James Anderson of Atlantic, and ~| day after a long illness. Her home Mrs Myron Hand of Phoenix Ariz ; J r,r~v~u,~, r,~ | was at 207 S. Maple Street. She and nine grandchildren. ~ EVERYIHING FOR THE CAIHOHC HOME . . . SCHOOl . . . CHURCH | wa~ aanm~msberAOfneS,ts Malachy's So- RAMSEY--Atlantie.--Funeral serv-J ~/rite [or free eatalo~ listi~ over J Y . ~oc e~y tvlrs, ices were held r~o~ a ~. ~ ~ "~,~t~,- I wrue /or lree catalog ttstzng over I Krisinger is surveyed by two sons, and Paul s'C~lurch~'for='~Irs ]~mma J 170 C~ligious articles | ~n.u~ony a onn l~msmger ~o.~. Des Storbeek Ramsey 84, foriner Atlan- J E ~o~esGanv~e aAn~er~ u[a.rt ~rl.smger tie resident, who died in Washing- JdP ~L L ~- J ~P J u,wu~ranaculmren, ton, D.C. following an illness ell ~.osurave ~.nurcn uoous ~.omoa.v I HILL--Des Moines --Funeral serv- more than four years. Burial was in J---~ [" i | ices for Donald Hill, 16, of 2002 Mot- the Atlantic Catholic Cemetery Sur- J 1515 Dodge Street 511 Fifth Street ley Street, were held Dec. 4 in St vivors include one brother August J - ~o ~ AI ~ ~ L " [~ J Anthony's Church. Donald died Nov Storbeck of Des Moines. J Omaha Sioux City | 3:he fh~ gUsnaSh tenV~ ~lndshs~ffered SlECK--Atlantic --Funeral serv- y ~ wnneices were held Dec. 3 in Sis Peter plaYoinrgat~thn a1 friend. He was a and' Paul's Church for Mrs Ida Es- co n nlgn bcnool. Sur- tella Sleek 52 o~ n,~= ~{t- ~ ~% viving are his parents Mr and Mrs who died Nov "29 "~-~'; "~"~ :'~L", ~,~. ' ' . Durlat was In the Robert F. Hill; a staler, Beverly; two Atlantic Catholic Cemetery ~" ~ ~ lm~ mini ~ k 1 brothers Jack.and Dick, all of Des Survivin~ ave ner nusoanu~ " rienry",~ "M ~h~ ~ ~ iT ~ ~ 1 Moines and his maternal grandpar-three daughters Mrs. Riehart Ritz J ~l~J~-~ ~ ~ / cnrs, ~vlr. anu tvlrs, oonn l~yuon, of Iadho, Donna and Marilyn Sleek, ~= '~tR;~CH--IrishSettlement.--Funeral ~!, ha r~e'j:rhryesS:nl~; Duahnoe~2e~ry ~~ services for Martin J. Roach, Sr 74,[mother, Mrs. Martha Gundy of Elk . ,~ of Bevington were held Dec. 2 in St. ] Horn; three sisters, Mrs Roy Stokes I I [I . ~ Patrick's Church in Irish Settlement,] of Omaha, Mrs William Schaaf of J [ I J (0~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . ~ i southwest of Cumming Mr Roach,|Adair, and Mrs. Albert Claussen of J ~ 1~|~ |lff]L~B~|l~v JJl '~ [ ! Et'|]l]| I I a farmer, died Saturday in Mercy[Anita; and three brothers Norman J ~l::|~]t dII::VlEIL[~l [J| ~,|'I''~"~U ~, l, Hospital of complications following J Gundy of Anita Lawrence 'Gundy of I I[I ~'1~,I L$ J [ I k~.-J ~F I " surgery He lived in Madison Countyl Acova and Ed~vard Gundv of Mis- I ' I II ~.~ I 70 years was a member of Assump-J sour| ~Zalley. ~ J 1 1 1 ~ W. Monte St. J IJ | tion Church at Churchville, and al SHIELDS--Dunlap--Funeral serv- I Ill /JIIDIPIr[IHU J member of the Knights of Colum- ices were Held Nov 26 in St Pat- I CRESTON, IOWA III I ,~.~KI~//I I~k4- ~I busr Survivors include his wife, J rick's Church for Phil R. Shields 67 I Ill UI I IlIO/|l I I I~J I Dres o " J. died m the Veterans Hospital I~ s f Chicago Ill and Mrs Flea- in Omaha No ", - v 24 following a stroke. ~ s~ep~E~!fa~g~o ~nPlr~f~u~iSr~nnS:J tBu~ialMwa~h]enldPsl~Sanat 1;fi~lnC~eme" j Jr, of Prole, Father Daniel C ofliden't of i3unla- g " I I~ U [~K~J I .~l~ dt~ I Santa Cruz Parish Manila Philip] He is -ur"'-~'~ I I~ r~= D~~j~ I[i ,~'z-~J~lk~,d]~-"~ I ine ' ' " ~ wveu Oy IllS wl~e, ~ar- ~ ~ lui~ P~steSr;s anMdrKle~ianmP, of Montana; two |barn, and seven daughters Mrs. tar- I t[! ~2gg~~(~ I a'- ~'" ~ " ~ "" e l~aniey ot um:l etta Voss of Aurelia, Mrs. Phyllis I I g~dUg/gD t[| " ~/~ [ ~ 2~ J ~na, ~o~.~sanao~V~rrS.t~eua r~ane ot i nansen of Mondamin, Mrs. Barbara ~ll Y/$ ~'5")~ "~(.~'~ , : ~w o o nets, ~anlel C lStraeke of Defiance, Mrs Genevieve J ~D~='r~=a ,r~ll~ ill ~.k~K-~tff ~7~7~" I Ot ~aln:ornla and John T. of India-I Greenwood of Dunlan Mrs ~h~ ~t*. ! ~ ~,~o.vt~, .~.~ I k~'~X ~,~//~.r~ nola" and 17 grandchildren As I HARRINGTON--Des M ines --Fu-lMs~sm~In'ryM~SthJ an~n~vi?reae~erlgaand I. I nerai services for Gerald F. Harring-lof Eariing; 30 grandchildren- our [I I ton, 51, of 708 44th Street who died lsisters, Mrs Ann Broderick of'Anita ~,ll "-,v-'~.kTx~Y'WY/h ~ of a heart ailment in Me'rey Hospi-lMrs. Mary Washington of Denver" J lt~ ~ ~ / . E . ill ' | tal, were held Dec 1 in St Augus-[Mrs Margaret Jones of Dunlap Mrs" J rav $ root! marKe[ Ill -~---" . ' tin's Church. Burial was in Glen- Nell Egan of Seattle Wash and two " I/ dale Cemetery. Mr Harrington who brothers, Tim of Olnaha and Pat of I The Home of Ill BIIlf~ ~|1~1~ J had been ill three months was'born|Cedar Falls. [ UNION COUNTY Ill nl, ildl~/ -~g~}~,~l~ l in Sioux City. He had been a Des[ MULLIGAN --Dunlap.- Funeral [ C ~ F~r~ ~tr~ Ill "'' ,v I Moines resident 14 years He was es-lservices were held Nov. 29 in St Pat- I "~" ~ ~*- Itl -- I tate counselor for the General Amer-[ rick's Church for James F Mulligan I ~t~8 Nation's Best IJ AdP*rl[|~m~k~ I lean Life Insurance Company andJ82, who died in his home Nov 27 I FREE DELIVERY Ill I formerly operated a soft water serv- after a long illness Burial was in J RESTON 14. PH Sl. 2-21~ Ill I ice in West Des Moines. In World]Pleasant Hill Cemetery - 'll CRESTON IOWA I war it ne was with the Federal l Mr ~vtulligan was born in Harper ~ ]l ~ I Bureau of Investigation He attendedlHe is survived by his wife, Margaret; lnese Ilrms hsted here II .-, . . I Notre Dame University and earnedlthree sons, Owen, Benton, and Rob- . t ~, ~ ]1General Insurance a law degree from De Paul Univer-I ert; and one sister, Mrs Rose Led- oe~evve bu U~ I'~IIIUIIID~21~UU ]l I sit3, in Chicago in 1931. He was a/de~l of Peoria, IlL; and several grand- ~ L.-q- ~.;. II. ~ ~,r .~ ~ L Kt,-oot I member of the Knights of Columbus,/chi dren and great-grandchildren when you are OISLFIUU~Hg [I 111 ~lortil ~uapte , Dowling Club, and the Serra Club./ DEHECK--Churchville.- Funeral ~ : *t J:.~ J| | Surviving are his wife, Elaine; a/services for Lawrence P Deheck your pu~runagu tu ~ne u~-II ~HONE 45 i daughter Julia; and two sons, ME-/75, who died of a stroke Dec. 5 were f ,- 11 " I chael and Timothy, who live at' held Dec. 9 in the Church of the As- ~lib llll~:~ U& UU~lll~:~* I~ n,~ home; one brother, and three sisters sumption in Churchville, with burial ~ ~ . ~~~ m Calvary Cemeter Mr Deheck~~~~4~~ COAKLEY--Des Moines -- Funeral " Y- ~,'~,"'~"=-'~ ~ farmed near Prole Survivors in services for Mrs Della ~oaKley aa elude three " " of 512 Polk Boulevard who ~lied sisters and four broth- ~, of a cerebral hemorr~l'age Dec. 3 ers. ~ M~rPn rv [mas in Mercy Hospital, were held Dec.[ BORDENARO--Des Moines.--Fu- ~ ~"~"'sU "~" "~'~ 5 in St Augustin's Church Burial neral services were held in St. Pe- ~ " ' ter's Church Dec 4 for Carl L Bar was m Glendale Cemetery A nativeI " - ~ of Rome, In Mrs. Coakley had lived s~e~faer e,2~, ~al~tl2a~al:thNCoOU% who In Des Moines 43 years Survivings . nd ~ ~m~ ~m~ ~ k I ~ was dead on arrival at Mercy Has are a daughter Mrs Harold P. . . . - ' ~--' - " . pltal. He was a hfetlme resident of Kleln.o~ 1)es ~V~olnes. wl~n wno~t Des Moines Burial was in r'-I ~ ~~ ~ IN O ESPINOSA-- CouncilBluffs-- FU- ~eme~ery. ~ ~ ~ w~ = . " - ~urviving are his wife Helen" four ~,~ neral serv.lces were held Dee. 3 in da ',~ l'uner,|reg or$ 6 UgZl~rs lvlrs r'atrlcla l~oo ~vlrs St. Francis' Church for Ben Espi-Vi " ' " Y' ' -~ rglnia Spagnolo Mrs Barbara Fol nosa, 72, 1516 S. 13th Street, who ' " ~ Fm'nishers ' son and Madonna Marle Bordenaro Corn lete Home died Dec. 1 in a local hospital fol- ,~ ~. " - : ~ p . -- -~:. - ~ all oz J)es lvioines" a son uarl Jr at 1owlng a long llnless 2~ nacxv uz ~ --, ~ John Robert Frank ; George 'anti both of Des Moines;'and nine grand-" ~ Home for Funerals Joe, ' all of 'Council' Bluffs; 'Fred, children ~ . i Ceda:? Fans; and James, Long Beach -- -- ~ Calif.; .fiye daughters Mrs. MarCh- A ~e I/ ~ ~ Phone State 2-2717 Creston, Iowa re~ JUUKInS, ~rs LUCllle 72AleroecK, ~ ~AA~eAJ~ J~AJ~J~ ~