The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1966
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Dona Akre, Former Algona Girl, Weds In Missouri Algona, (la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1966 DONA AKRE MAES Dona Jean Akre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Akre, Jefferson City, Mo., former Kossuth county residents, became the bride of Robert Maes in a ceremony performed recently at the First United Presbyterian church in Jefferson City. The father of the bride grew up in Algona, and the bride's mother is the former Arils Heetland of Lakota. The Akres moved to Jefferson City 17 years ago, but are annual visitors back in their old home county. Relatives attending the ceremony included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Akre and Holly of Arlington, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland of Clear Lake, grandparents of the bride. The bride's sister, Debra, was maid of honor, and her cousins, Holly Akre of Arlington, and Lois Gold of St. Louis were bridesmaids. The bride is a graduate registered nurse, and employed at City Hospital in Jefferson City, and the bridegroom recently graduated from Bradley University, and is employed in aeronautical work in St. Louis. The bride was born in Algona and was in the first grade when the family left here. Monday Rites For Former Algona Lady Kathryn F. (Cassie) Skilling, 70, former resident of Algona, died Thursday, Oct. 27, in Mercy hospital at Mason City. She lived the past 15 years at Mason City. She was born in this area Jan. 7, 1896, the daughter of Richard J. and Elizabeth Dunn Skilling. After graduation from Algona High School and the University of Iowa, she spent many years at Washington, D. C. Survivors include a brother, Robert D., Algona, and two sisters, Jencie and Mrs. Gertrude Bogur of Mason City. She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother and two sisters. Funeral services were held in St. "Cecelia's Catholic church here Monday at 11 a. m., with Msgr. P. F. Gearen officiating. The Patterson-James Funeral Home of Mason City was in charge of arrangements. Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. in Algona-competitive catalog prices. "Kossnth County's Favorite Newspaper" m Swapping the Haul SIX COOKIES FOR ONE CANDY .FARM SALB CALENDAR NOV. 2, WEDNESDAY-Public Auction of 160 acres, FERSTL FARM, 1 1/2 west of St. Benedict. Cletus West, Wesley, Auctioneer; McMahon & Cassel or Linnan, Lynch & Straub, attorneys. THURSDAY, NOV. 10 - Complete close-out of machinery and livestock at KENNETH RICHARDS farm, Lone Rock. Lyle Bensen, Ringsted and Ronald Peck, Algona, will be auctioneers and the Lone Rock Bank is clerk. Details in UDM Nov. 3. NOV. 12 - SATURDAY - E. J. (Jiggs) KOLLASCH sale at store of all groceries, etc., in a closing-out auction, 1 p. m. sharp. Details in UDM Nov. 8. The store is located on U. S. 169, north of St. Joe at the West Bend corner. Ronald Peck and Lyle Bensen, Auctioneers. NOVEMBER 19, SATURDAY Public Auction of EDWARD THILGES on farm 8 miles south, 2 miles west and 3/4 mile north from Algona. Sale begins at 1 p. m. with full line of John Deere machinery, including three tractors and other items. Quinn and Kleve, Auctioneers, and Iowa State Bank, Algona, Clerk. Complete details in the UDM later. DEC. 8, THURSDAY - MRS. ARNOLD DANIELSON Farm Auction, 4 miles east of Algona on U. S. 18. Complete machinery line and 20 head dairy cows. JRon Peck andjRaymond Spencer, Auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Clerk. Sale details later. Lone Rock To Vote On Big Phone Project A $248,000 telephone service improvement program has been outlined to subscribers of the Lone Rock Co-op Telephone Co. The proposed program includes a new business office, installation of additional circuits to Fenton and construction of underground telephone lines for rural subscribers to provide static-free and storm-proof service. Changes in the rates that would be caused by the proposed program were also listed. Multi-party rural rates are now $4 monthly. They would rise to $5.35 if the improvement program is carried out. Town rates, now $4.90, would also rise to $5.35. Rural business phone rates, now $4.90 monthly, and town business phones,, now $5,65, would go to $7. Letters outlining the proposed program and rate changes will be mailed to all of the company's subscribers. They will be asked to vote on the proposed improvements. If the proposal is approved by subscribers, the company will apply for a $215,000 loan from the Rural Electrification Administration. It would be a 35-year loan, according to Curtis Olson, manager of the company. The brain of the elephant is the biggest of all land animals. It weighs more than 13 pounds. Former Wesley Priest Passes At Lohrville WESLEY - Father William Buckholz, 72, died at Lohrville Tuesday. Funeral services were held there Saturday morning. Father Buckholz was pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic church here from June, 1958 to June, 1960 when he was transfer red to Lohrville, Algonan Gets Masters Degree EAST LANSING, MICH. Michigan State University lists 1,825 students who earned degrees during the summer term, including Don E. Nettleton of Algona, a bachelor of science degree in biological science. The list includes 918 bachelor's, 782 master's. V7 \ ^-» s \\ , ,. or Grandmother , . '"1 * . • birihitoM P c "" "a'mily'l 141 WID A RING with the IIITHJTONH of children ... husband and wife ORDER EARLY I WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA REPLACE THAT BROKEN WINDOW AND [DOOR GLASS NOW BEFORE WINTER BRING IN YOUR WINDOWS AND DOORS. COMPLETE STOCK OF GLASS - AND WE INSTALL, TOO. LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW UNBREAKABLE PLEXIGLASS WINDOW PANES-ALL SIZES. COAST TO COAST STORES ED WOLF, OWNER ALGONA Joe Downey WITH 25 YEARS IN THE MEAT BUSINESS IN ALGONA WILL TAKE OVER THE Meat Department at Sjogren's EFFECTIVE MONDAY, OCT. 31 Effective today, Oct. 31, I will take over the meat department I a» Sjogren's Grocery and invite my many old customer* to I visit me there. It will take a week or two to get things ar-l ranged end organized and I hope you'll bear with me. Stopl in and say hello — I know we'll have a fine department to| serve your needs in the days ahead. — 40E DOWNEY

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