The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1965 · Page 11
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Aloono (lo.) Upper DM Main** fowday, October 19, 1965 Hazel Nelson Rites Are Held Here Monday Funeral services for Hazel Rose (Mrs. L W.) Nelson, 69, Algona resident for the past 19 years, were held Monday at 2 p. m. in the Congregational church, with Rev. Frank Harcey officiating. Burial was at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens, and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Ornie Behrends, Ralph Bierstedt, Virgil Gunder, Frank Hofius, Harold Holmgren and Jens Sorenson. Mrs. Nelson died Friday at St. Ann hospital. Hazel Bacon, daughter of Hiram and Cora Bacon, was born Sept. 24, 1896 at Grinnell and was married to I. W. Nelson at Burt Nov. 15, 1922. The Nelsons farmed in the Lone Rock vicinity for many years before moving to Algona in 1946. Mrs. Nelson Is survived by her husband; two sons, Harold Algona, and Donald, Iowa City; three sisters, Mary (Mrs. Eugene Hofius), Ottosen, Elsie (Mrs. Jess Hohenstein), Amboy, Minn., and Etta (Mrs. Stanley McDonald), Pasco, Wash.; and a brother, Floyd Burt. Peter Kenne Of Whittemore Dies Suddenly A well-known Whittemore man, Peter H. Kenne, 58, succumbed suddenly there Friday. He was a long-time sign-painter in this area and also was an accomplished artist. Funeral services for Mr. Kenne were held Monday at 10 a. m. in St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore with Rev. Philip Dailey officiating. Burial was at the parish cemetery and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Gerald, Kenneth and GaylenJohannesen, Tedford and Ronald Kenne and Chuck Geilenfeld. Honorary pallbearers were Orville and Charles Brown, Mike Geilenfeld, Thomas Elbert, Terry Christiansen and James Hanley. Son of Theodore and Kathryn Kenne, Peter H. Kenne was born May 10, 1907 at LuVerne. He never married. He painted signs for many business firms and organizations in this vicinity through the years. Survivors are his mother; five sisters, Maybelle (Mrs. Henry Geilenfeld), Algona, Leona Potter, Whittemore, Mrs. Burdette Johannesen, Spencer, Marie Hanley, Minneapolis, and Dorothy Brown, Marshall Mo.; and five brothers including his twin Casper, Raymond and Joseph, Whittemore, Lawrence^ Mankato, Minn.; and Clifton, San Francisco. His father and an infant sister preceded him in death. 66 Offset Papers Sixty-six newspapers in Iowa are now being printed by offset lithography, a recent bulletin of the Iowa Press Ass'n reveals. Four of them are daily newspapers, Cedar Falls, LeMars, Nevada and Vinton, and a fifth, the Dubuque Telegraph-Herald, will be ready about January 1. It will be the largest paper in Iowa printing by offset. Good Neighbors Combine Beans, Wm. Loss Form SENECA - Friends and neighbors of the William Loss family gathered at their farm northwest of Seneca, Thursday, and combined, delivered to the elevator and binned the crop from approximately 60 acres of soybeans. Coming with combines were Richard Bauer, Lawrence Ull- enswang, Gordon Burt, Charles Beaver, Henry Wilberg, the Bollig brothers and the Hattle brothers. Bringing trucks to haul beans were Kenneth Andre, the Bolligs, and Tom Nielsen. Robert Burt and Melvin Madsen helped haul beans in from the field and Bud Loss of Algona and Ernest Davis helped whereever needed. A noon meal was prepared for the men at noon bv Mrs. Steve Loss and Mrs. Bud Kramer, both of Algona, and Mrs. Gene Bollig, and Mrs. Henry Wilberg. Among others sending in food were Mrs. Richard Bauer and Mrs. Charles Beaver. Mr. L«ss is a patient at Rochester where he is recuperating from major surgery. His wife, who has been there with him returned home that afternoon shortly after the men had completed the harvesting. The Loss family was deeply appreciative of the very kind helping hand. Soles Of New Vehicles Hit 23 Lost Week With all 1966 models now on the market, sales of new cars and trucks perked up in Kossuth county last week. A total of 23 were registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt. Owners are: Chevrolet - C. D. Albright, Algona; H. D. Pfeffer, Algona; John or Darlene Claude, Algona; Madonna Skogstrom, Algona; A. V. Tengwell, Algona; F. L. Mullin, Whittemore. Ford - T. L. Larsen; Rev. L. C. Schumacher, Bode; Taylor Motor Co., Algona. fflC - Michaelson Truck Line, Titonka. Dodge - H. C. Bristow, Algona, pickup; O. V. Harlan, Algona; J. F. or Bertha Thuente, Algona; E. F. or Marvel Immerfall, Algona. GMC - Percy or Allen Watnem; Ottosen; H. V.Becker,Irvington, pickup. Mercury - G. C. Benschoter, Algona; W. L. Koppen, Wesley; O. S. Carlson, Algona. Plymouth - Lucille M. Elmers, Ringsted. Pontiac - Anne S. Presthus, Algona. Rambler - Dau's Garage, Algona. Olds - J. H. Goetz, Wesley. At Math Meeting Don Camenisch and Adolph Knobloch, Algona high mathematics teachers, attended a conference for teachers of math at Iowa City, Friday, Oct. 15. Council Has Visitors At Last Meeting At the regular meeting of the Algona city council Wednesday evening, Mrs. William J. Finn, Mrs. James Andreasen and Mrs. Sheridan Cook were visitors, representing the League of Women Voters. The sale of an alley at 1427 East Oak to Norbert Bierstedt from Helen Arndorfer was authorized. Howard Smith of Mason City, representative of Wallace and Holland Engineering firm, presented a final report on the 1965 storm sewer projects. The report was accepted and the council authorized payment of $12,190. Council passed a resolution approving a certificate of levy in special assessments for three curb and gutter projects. One was on South street, one at Ackley and Call, and the third at Call and Roan streets. Great Autumn Sale With great buys on gas ranges, gas dryers, and gas water heaters. Your gas company and appliance dealer have declared a saving season on gas appliances. And it's right now. Stop in, look over all the brand-new gas ranges, gas dryers, and gas water heaters. Pick the one you want now, while it's a bargain buy. Live modem for less . .; with gas. NORTH C CENTRAL PUBLIC SERV. CO. 10 East State 295-2484 * ALGONA \ 9^^^&^^* M

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