The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1965 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 28, 1965
Page 11
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Algonet, (la.) Upper DM Moin«* TuMtJay, $*pt. 28, 1965 To Our Temporary Location Vi Block West-Under Penney's BUSINESS AS USUAL! OUR BIG CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA Leo Walters, 67, Of Whittemore, Rites Friday Funeral services for Leo Walters, 76, were held Friday in St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore with Father Philip Dailey conducting the Mass. Burial was in the church cemetery. The pallbearers were Orval Fuchsen, Ralp Schumacher, Jerry Elbert, Virgil Elbert, Wayne Elbert and David Harig. Mr. Walters passed away at his home in Whittemore Tuesday afternoon of last week. He had operated the Standard Oil tank wagon service since 1937 until two years ago when he retired. He was born Jan. 21, 1898, at Odell, 111., and came to Iowa in 1900 with his parents. On Oct.' 24, 1928, he was married to Esther Elbert. His widow survives, and two children, Durwood of Princeton, N. J., and Janice, Mrs. Gene Harig, of Park Forest, ni. Mrs. Earl Elbert is a sister. Rites Monday, LuVerne, For Kiley Infant Funeral services for Debra Annette Kiley, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiley of LuVerne, were to be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at Blake Funeral Home, LuVerne. The Rev. Roy Biesemeyer, Methodist pastor, was to officiate, with burial in LuVerne cemetery. The baby, born Aug. 13, died early Saturday at her home. She had not been well since birth. Surviving are her parents and her granparents, M r. and Mrs. John Kiley of Corwith and Mrs. Sarah Funk of Algona. The baby's mother is the former Dianne Riley. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" LuVerne Sets Record For College Students LuVerne has its largest delegation in town history now away at colleges and universities. At Iowa State University at Ames, Dale Kubly, George Hanselman, David Trauger, Richard Wolf, David Mueller, Raeann Brink, and Sheri Ramus. Enrolled are John Wickett, Daryl FULLER BRUSH PRODUCTS *CALL* Kirk M. Struthers Phone 295-5343 612 Bast Pine Algona, Iowa Jagels, Kris Hanselman, Clara Schnakenberg, Sandra Walline, and Douglas Holmes. At Westmar College, LeMars, Maebelle Maass, and Suzanne Dudley. At State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, Nancy Brink and David Naffsdger. At State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Collyn De Nlo, Ronald Clark and Mary Lee Quebe. At Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn., Dean Trauger and Ronald Trauger. At Northwest State College at Maryville, Missouri, Carol Ristau, Julie Faulstick and Meredith Gjerstad. At Junior College, Webster City, Robert Maass, Donald Meyer, Ed Steil, Eddie Bristow and Lowell Harmon. At a beauty school In Mason City is PattJ Erpeldlng. At Morningside College, Sioux City is Linda Nelson. -. yfS— WANTED - Lady to do house work for man and 11 year old boy. Call - 295-3417. (72-75*) FOR RENT FOR RENT - One bedroom all modern house. VIRGIL SHACKELFORD. 295 - 5226, Algona. (71-72*) FOR RENT - 2 Bedroom Duplex. Available now. Call 295-9152 after 2 p. m. (68tfn) FOR RENT - 2 Bedroom modern house In Algona. LAWRENCE MILLER. Ph. 295-3945.(68tfn) Poland China Boar & Gilt Sale Tuesday Night, Oct. 5, 1965 * 7:30 P.M. * 40 BOARS 40 GILTS This is the finest pig crop we have produced and sired by 3 of the meatiest herd sires we could find. The majority are from February farrowed litters; some of the culls from the litters represented in this sale brought as much as $3.11 plus per cwt. when sold Grade and Yield. This herd won the Premier Exhibitor award at this year's Spencer Fair. Vaccinated for cholera, erysipelas and lepto. Validated Brucellosis- Free Herd No. 259. • Sale at the farm 14 mile N. & % mile W. of Rolfe • O. B. OELRICH - ROLFE, IOWA SEALED BID SALE OF U. S. GOV'T. PROPERTY POST OFFICE - LAND & BUILDING ALGONA, IOWA LOCATION: SW Corner Call & Dodge Streets SUITABLE FOR: Offices, Commercial Uses or Development. BID AWARDS: To be sold by sealed bid Oct. 26, 1965 1:00 PM (CST) TERMS OF Over 20 years. 10% Down. PAYMENT; 5% Interest. FOR BID FORM, BIDDING INSTRUCTIONS, AND FURTHER INFORMATION, WIRE, CALL OR WRITE! GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION Utilization & Disposal Service 1500 East Bannister Road Kansas City, Missouri 64131 (116) 361-0860 Ext. 7239 71-73-75 enneut ^Y8 IRR8T QUALITY* CORRECTION! ON OUR PENNEY DAYS CIRCULAR IN THIS ISSUE: BOYS $1,66 TWILL JEANS * should read * BOYS CORDUROY WESTERN JEANS at $2.33 pr . NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY There will be offered for sale by both sealed and oral bids a desirably located five room frame house with bath, full basement, oil heat and a portion of two lots, one block south of the Fenton Lutheran Church, Said sale is to take place by sealed and oral bids at a public auction at the Sentral Community School District high school building at 7;30 P, M. on the 25th day of October, A. D., 1965, See official notice in this paper for further deails, or call the Superintendent of Schools at Fenton, phone number 69. /»/ Lucille Seegebarth Board of Directors Sentral Community School District By the Secretary

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