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 - former Rural Teacher Dies Word Was r&Seived at...
former Rural Teacher Dies Word Was r&Seived at City here of the death of,'a er Kossuth County teacher, Mfg Conrad Falk, 79, at Salem; Ore., pn May 4. Mrs Falk wa's the oldest daughter o'f the late Mr and Mrs James Monroe .Smith, longtime residents of Kdssuth.Coiln'tV; and was a sister of Walter; G.,«Al»nejr, Ployd add Ray ;Sftlith of Swea City. • .-.. ,". '- n' [ -< ••" : Born in Warren County, IoWa ( Mrs Fall's maiden , name whs Nellie M&y Smith' and she carAe with her parents 16 Algona in 1890. She taught rural schools in the Sextort-Wesley communities Until her marriage to. Conrad Falk, member of -a pioneer Buffalo Buffalo Township family. The couple farmed in. Wesley Township for several years, then 'rtioved ,to Salem, Ore., where they purchased purchased and operated a fruit ranch until .Mr Falk's death Some 2C) years, agOi Surviving are her children Phillip, Alice, Lester and Ruth, all of whom live on the west coast, and the following brothers and' sisters; Luther D. Smith, Des Moines; Mrs Bertha Eckholm, Mason City;. Walter G. Smith, Sewa City; Mrs Belle Black, Algona; Algona; Elmer Smith, Swea City; Ernest Smith, Estherville; Floyd Srfilth, SwSa'City; Ralph Smith, Sari .Aiigeio, T&x.; and Ray D. Smjth, Swea City. ' To Wed May 22 In Burt Church Buri—Mr and Mrs Alfred Scha- endorf wish .to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joann, above, to Kenneth Fischer,' son 6FMr and Mrs Ernest Fischer, at

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  1. The Algona Upper Des Moines,
  2. 12 May 1955, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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