The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Algeria Airman Now Stationed In England A/2C K. T. Specht, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Specht, has successfully completed the apprentice Communications System Control Specialist attendant course at Keesler A.F.B, Miss. After a furlough with his parents and family he is now stationed in England. Instructor At Ledyard Dies Very Suddenly LEDYARD - James Hsnry Martin, 25, Swea City, died Monday at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where he had been a patient since Saturday. He was an instructor, of English and speech at the Ledyard school. He was born at Lamoni Oct. 9, 1941, the son of Don and Rose Martin, Swea City. He attended school at Lamoni and was graduated from the Swea City school in 1959. He was a graduate of the University of Arizona and was a member of the National Honor Scholastic Society. Besides his .parents, he is j.J.oh . low Cli tr isters.^r Ray (Patricia) Larson, Bettendorf, Mrs. Robert (Karen) Coakley, Chicago, and Mrs. Kerry (Mary Ann) Jensen, Clinton; two grandfathers, Clarence Martin, AJ.bia, and L. M. Edmunds, Lamoni; two nieces and two nephews. Family services will be held Wednesday at 11 a. m. and at 2 p. m. services will be held at the Swea City Methodist church. Burial will be in Harrison Twp. cemetery. Barnes Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. The body can be viewed until 11 a. m. Wednesday when it will be , taken to the church to lie in state from 1 to 2 p. m. Union Services, Thanksgiving, At Good Hope The annual Union Thanksgiving Service, sponsored by the Algona Ministerial Union, will be held this year at the Good Hope Methodist church In rural Algona. Pastors of the Ministerial Union will be participating in the service, and music will be provided by the Good Hope church. The preacher for the Thanksgiving sermon will be the Rev. William R, Noland of the First Methodist church of Algona. The Thanksgiving offering will go to the Algona Ministerial Union for the continuance of its work In the community. The Ministerial Union contributes each year to the American Held service project to bring a foreign student to Algona and frequently provides lodging or meals for transients who need help, It also contributes to worthy interdenominational causes like the American Bible Society, and also / to local interdenominational causes when they ! have special need. ; The Good Hope Methodist church can be reached by driving live miles north on the county blacktop road which is just west of the Algona airport, The Ministerial Union invites you to journey out into the countryside to join in this service of Thanksgiving for the harvest, and lor God's many blessings to us. Priebss Sell Bull Berl Priebe & Sons, Algona, recently sold an Aberdeen- Angus bull to Thomas Reid, Fopjar, Montana. Hey, Kids, Santa Claus Is Coming Santa Claus is coming to town this Friday. He will arrive about 1:30 p.m. in his brand new suit (thanks to the Salesmen's Bureau) and begin passing out candy to children at his little house on the southeast corner of the courthouse square soon thereafter, Many of the city's stores are all decked out with Christmas merchandise and Friday will also mark a good time to get that early shopping out of the way - while selections are complete. There will be no school in the area Friday, due to the Thanksgiving vacation, so everyone will have a good chance to visit the Friendly City. Merchants here will be open a total of 12 nights in December prior to the 25th, including four Fridays, Dec. 2"9*16»2J, and the following week nights, Dec. 12-13-14-15-19-20-21-22, so all shoppers will have plenty of opportunities to shop the fine stores here. Wad 40 Yean The children of M.:. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulke of Granada, Minn., are sponsoring an open house for their 40th wedding anniversary Dec. 4 from 2-5 p.m. at the St. James Lutheran Church of Northrup Minn. Friends and relatives are Invited as no other invitations are being sent. Frank Spilles Rites Are Held At Whittemore Funeral services for Frank M. Spilles, 77, well-known Whittemore retired farmer, were held Friday at 10:30 a. m. in St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore, with Fr. Philip Dailey officiating. Burial followed at the parish cemetery and Hyink Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Earl Steier, Charles Origer, Leroy Elbert, Ernst Meyer, Bill Thul and Maurice Fickbohm and honorary pallbearers were Henry Muller, Leo J. Elbert, Tony Buscnerfeld, Frank Eisele, Frank Foley and Bill Fandel. Mr. Spilles died at Palo Alto County Hospital, Emmetsburg, Tuesday, Nov. 15, following a short illness. Ha was bom at Whittemore, son of John and Gertrude Frambach Spilles, July 9, 1889 and was married to Marie Kleinfehn at New Hampton Feb. 3,1914. They farmed for three years at Whittemore, then for 25 years at New Hampton before returning to the Whittemore area where they farmed again until retirement. He is survived by his wife; a son, Francis, Mallard; a sister, Mrs. Ann Poirot, Sherbum, Minn.; and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother, Leo. Grace Mclntyre Dies At Local Nursing Home Grace Mclntyre, 86, a resident of the Good Samaritan Home here for the past six months and aunt of Leighton Misbach, Algona, died there Sunday Funeral services for her were held in McCullough Funeral Chapel here Tuesday at 4 p.m., with Rev. Frank Harcey officiating. Burial followed at Clarinda. She was born at Hastings, Nebr., Dec. 31, 1879, the daughter of James and Sarah Clarke Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1966 Algeria, (la.) Upper Bit MoMtt-f t~ — — - -.- _._ -•••• '••----• - . ^£t* Mclntyre. She never married and taught school for 35 years at Cicero, D.l. Survivors, besides Mr. Mis* bach, include another nephew, Lawrence, DeS Moines, and a niece, Mrs. CarlSpies, Emmetsburg. Sheokley's New Beauty Salon Is Now Open The new Sheakley Beauty Salon, 109 N. Hill, Algona, opened for business last week. The talon, which is located just west of the Kossuth County Courthouse in the building formerly occupied by Read Furniture, is owned by CnafIftli S&eakley ands aged by Miss Delrae KemnaijF The new salon will hold kri open house this Friday riglife from 7 to 9 p. in. Free shampoo sets and permanents will be giw n away, the public is invite* u Miss Kevnna has four operators, with her at the new salon: Arlis' c , Dorr, Bancroft; Larry Day, l«*.' Verne; Diane Vaske, Bancroi'j and Jo Anne Kenne, Whittemorej Two more operators will be added to the staff shortly. . The new salon will be open, Mondays through Saturdays, 'otn 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and at n'jhts by appointment. The downtown Sheakley Beauty, Salon, located In the Slieakley Store, will continue to of •crate as usual, with Gene Rock as manager. v I » now open for business... another fashionable Sheakley Beauty Salon to serve you better You are cordially invited to attend the open house at this beautiful new beauty center this Friday night from 7 to 9 p.m., 109 North Hall in Algona (just west of the Courthouse). vms' • SHAMPOO SECTION Sheakley's had you in mind when this excitingly new salon was designed. Now you can get immediate attention by one of 7 trained operators in another fashionable setting. The latest in beauty equipment has been installed in this exclusive salon to give you the fastest and most stylish service available. Sheakley's new salon is open Monday through Saturdays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. - and at night by appointment. STYLING SECTION Miss Delrae Kemna, manager of the new salon, invites you to attend the gala open house this Friday night from 7 to 9 p.m. Be sure to register for the 25 free shampoo sets and 10 free permanents to be given away. Sheakley's will also maintain their downtown beauty shop in the Sheakley store, so you will be able to get your hair done on short notice. Call for an appointment today at either of the Sheakley Beauty Salons. DRYING SECTION >••• ••....••••••••••••••••••• >t •»«* NOW AT TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS New Sheakley Beauty Salon 109 N. Hall - Algona Delrae Kemna, Manager Phono 29541*2 Downtown Shoakloy Store 100 E. State - Al^na Gene Rock, Manager Phone 295-3477

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