Carrie Akey Obit
Mrs. Archie Akey Dies in Minocqua MINOCQUA, Dec. 16— (Special)— Funeral services for .Mrs. Archie Akey, 60, who died at 6:15 p. m. Tuesday in her home here, will ba held at 9 a. m. Friday in St. Patrick's Patrick's Church, with the Rev. Rivers officiating. Mrs. Akey, a former' resident of Merrill, had been ill for two months. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carl, she was born in Fifield on Nov. 3, 1888. Her marriage marriage to Mr. Akey occurred in Wausau Wausau in 1911. Mr. and Mrs. Akey moved from Merrill to Wisconsin Rapids about 10 years ago, and they lived there until they moved to Minocqua several several years ago. Surviving are her husband; two Charles M. Gibson, vice president. Robert Estabrook, Pete Hutchinson and Harry Ehmann are associates. The 15 people on the staff of the firm will be on hand to greet visitors visitors during the "open house" tomorrow. tomorrow. .•^ daughters, Mrs. Fred (Edith) Sox- smith of Minocqua and Mrs. Ellsworth Ellsworth (Elaine) Peavey of Wisconsin Rapids; one son, Carl of Wausau; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Taylor of Park Falls and Mrs. Oliver Raymond of Detroit, Mich; one brother, brother, Don Carl of Milwaukee, and six grandchildren. The Rhinelander News and THE NEW NORTH Published by the Rhinelander Publishing Company, dally except Sundays and legal holidays at Rhine* lander, Wis. Enteted as second- class mail matter at the Post Office In Rhinelander, Wis.,' under Mie Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Member of The Associated Press.