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I am seeking obituaries from Sergeant Bluff. Does the library have back
issues of newspapers and a microfilm reader and printer? I've tried to find
their telephone number in directory assistance but haven't located it yet.
The Kingsley library has several rolls of the Kingsley News-Times on
microfilm. They also have a microfilm reader printer. I have taken several
obits from these films.
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From: "kelley badgerow" <woodburycoiowa(a)yahoo.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 23, 2002 7:50 PM
Subject: Re: [Woodbury Co.] Higday
> THe Kingsley News-Times has just granted me permission to establish a
webpage or two to place in "From our File" column on the web and add in
Current Obits. Their paper is not on Microfilm, but Alot of the time the
old LeMars Sential would include the News from Kingsley and the surrounding
Townships and that paper is on microfilm at the Plymouth Co. Library in
I remember doing a look up for a person looking for the Higday family. I hope that you are still on the list as I found this information this morning.
In the Resource Guide for West Central Iowa:
Former name: Quorn. Located in Elkhorn Township, Plymouth County, IA. Platted date:1883 Incorporation date: 1884. Railroad arrived: 1883. First settled by Higday Family.
Kingsley Cemetery - Record keepers Metcalf, Thompson & Phipps at their office. 4 E.2nd, Kingsley, IA 51028 (attorneys)
Saint Michaels Roman Catholic - Contact: Max McConnell
Elkhorn Cemetery - The Library has the records.
Church of the Brethern Cemetery - The Library has the records. The first one buried there was Johnny Kimm buried 29 November 1892.
Michaelson Funeral Home _ Contact Mike Earnest & Mark Rohde
Kingsley United Methodist - started in 1883. History of church can be found in the Kingsley Centennial Book.
First Congregational United Church of Christ - 1886
St. Michaels Catholic Church - 1884
Church of Brethern 1884. It is no longer as the church was sold and moved.
First Lutheran Church - 1936
Kingsley Bible Church - 1970. The church is now a day-care center.
Kingsley Public Library - 220 N. Main st, Kingsley, IA 51028
ph. 712 378 2410 Hours 2:30-5 PM Mon.-Fri. 7-9 Mon-Wed eve, 8:30-12:30 Sat.
Librarian : Marilyn Lindgren
Items of interest -Centennial Book. Microfilm reader available with printer on reader.
Kingsley News Times - published on Tue. Editor - present: Whitley Anderson - Tom Stangl
Kingsley Centennial Book - available at the Kingsley Library.
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