Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1967
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W/Mwcwyloiillou LOCALS Pictured nbovc is the Charlie Quinn 1067 Mercury which was involved in a car-tractor accident Tuesday afternoon on| Highway 169 one half mile south ot Bancroft. Bridget Quinn, 18, of Bancroft was driving south taking a load of youngsters to the fair at Algona. According to Deputy sheriff,] Eppo Bulten, the Quinn car was passing the tractor pulling a wagon, driven by David Steinblock, 17, of Bancroft, employed by Welp Hatchery. Bullcn said Steinblock made a left turn into the Quinn car, hiUing it broad- side. Miss Quinn attempted to turn from the tractor, but was unsuccessful in trying to avoid the accident, Passengers in the auto, luckily receiving only small cuts were, Colleen Quinn, 13, Susan Vaske, 14, Barbara Wilholmi, 14, Corinne Cayler, 14, Joyce Vaskc, 7, Tony Vaske, 8, John Quinn, 8, and Carmel Quinn, 6. They were all treated at Dr. T. J, Egan's office in Bancroft and released. The car was considered a total loss, with extensive damage to the tractor. No charges were filed. tUJIHIHfMIIHllMMMimmiHHIHHIIHMIHMHIIMMtlW Water Show is scheduled on Monday Monday, August 21 the Bancroft Municipal Swimming Pool water show will be presented j beginning at 8 p.m. "Where the Action Is", as its theme, the annual show will feature synchronized swimming, diving exhibitions, races and demonstrations of what the children learned during swimming lessons this summer. General practice for all those who passed swimming lessons, (livers and synchronized swimming participants will be held on Friday morning, Aug. 18 at 10 o'clock. More divers are invited to sign up. The show will be under the direction of chief life guard, Jan Menke, assisted by guards, Mary Beth Welp, Kathy Welp, Kathy Murray and John Meyer. Edw. Zigrang, exlivermore man, is dead Humboldt — Word has been received here of the debltih of Edward Zigrang, 72, ait Los Angeles, California. 'He was born in Livermore and lived there until 1913 when he moved to Bancroft, where he was employed at the First National Bank. He married Mary Dodd of Burt. In 1925 they moved to •Los Angeles where he became branch manager of the Citizen's National Trust and Savings bank. Survivors include his wife, Mary, a son Donald, daughter, 'Mrs. Jane Quinn; sister, Mrs?. Mary Stewart; and brother Dr. Charles Zigrang and Dr. John Zigrang, all of California; and a brother Harry Zigrang, Humboldt. Nine stitches and borrowed truck boar is sold Charlie McGuire is walk- Ing pretty stiff these days since sporting a pretty sore leg. He was transporting a boar to the sale barn Monday evening when the 640 Ib. animal broke out and escaped near the county shed coming into Bancroft on the dump road. With help, the creature was corraled, but not until the boar's tusk jammed Charlie In the left leg requiring nine stitches. With a borrowed truck from Ed Goche the four legged creature arrived at the sale barn, bringing 98 good dollars on the selling block -— re»l good price for a tried boar. CHICKEN SUPPER iedyard: Members of the Matzen-Estle American Legion Post 675 will have a barbecue Chicken supper on Friday, September 1. Serving will begin at 6:30 and continue until 11:00 a* the Legion 'Hall. The chicken will be prepared by the "Chicken Man" from Wesley. Tickets are now on sale by Legionnaires at $1.50 for adults and 75c for children. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Edward L. McClure of Sioux Falls, S. D., announce the engagement of their daughter Charlene to Eugene A. Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gordner of Algona. They are attending South Dakota State University at Brookings, S. D. No date has been set for the wedding. Father Obermler leaves Ledyard Ledyard: Rev. Ralph Obermier was honored with a farewell coffee hour following both Masses Sunday morning at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. The Rev. Obermier has been granted a sick leave from pastoral duties because of ill health effective on Monday. Father Obermier will be replaced by the Rev. Mervin J. Hood who comes from the Sacred Heart parish at Ruthven. He has also been superintendent at the Emmetsburg Catholic High School. He will also be on the faculty at St. John's school Bancroft. Two crashes on Kossnth roads A Blue Earth, Minn, man, 22-year old Richard J. Smith, sustained cuts and bruises 'about 2 a.m. Sunday when the oar he was driving went into a bean field when he missed a dead end nine miles north of Bancroft. The car wfes travelling north and plowed into fences on the farms of Louie and Clarence Plover and Roy Gustafson, near Ledyard. There was $200 damage to the fences and $1500 to the Smith vehicle. He was charged with failing to have control of his vehicle. In a second crash over the weekend, pickup trucks driven by Paul Kisoh, Bode, and Tom Carroll, LuVerne, collided about 6 p.m. Saturday ten miles south and two west of Algona at a blacktop and gravel intersection, Both were headed north according to Sheriff Lindhorst. who investigated both accidents. The Kisoh truck started to make a left turn and Carroll wfcs unable to stop his machine and they sddo swiped. There were no charges. MM. Miry Rfth Sunday for tfce FrancLi Platt<, Ontario, Calif. and tor SUter Mary Herman* Ryan, tt was fitter Mary Hermans birthday. The Francis Ptetts havt been visiting in the Algona tree for two weeks. Guests tor the occasion were die Gail Leeks, Blooming Prairie, Minn., the Mike PlatAs, Man- Into, the Glen Platts, Mason Otty, the Hubert Markings, the Matthew Platts and Mrs. Elizabeth Platt, ell of Algona. It WM recently Ittrnod that BMe Kilbourne, organist many years ago at the Methodist church died several months •flo, When mail sent to her at Christmas was returned marked deceased. Where she lived was not mentioned, but she will 'be remembered by many older residents. Mr. and Mrs. John Rem«r were visited Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buck of dar- inda. Mr. and Mn. Roy HutMll, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell, and Mrs. Russell Hester of Earlham met Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hester, Earlham to be with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hester and two children of Orange, Calif. Harold and Bob are the sons of the Russe.ll Hesters. Tho September circlo of the Methodist WSCS meets Thursday, August 17, with Mrs. Roy Hutzell. Mr. and Mrs. 'Andrew Han- aen left Monday for a vacation of a week at Green Lake, Spacer, Minn. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Buckingham. of Independence were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen. Mr. and Mr*. Dick Beisell took their sons David, 16 and Dan, 13 to Minneapolis, to sec the ball game. This was in observance of their birthdays and Tom Russell of Whittemore was David's guest, and Jim Sohn was Dan's guest. Mr. and Mr*. Chart** Sen•offer had Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwitter, of Wall Lake as guests Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Lewi* have returned from Baton Rouge, La., where they flew for a ten day visit with Mr. and Mrs. James C. Miftte, Jr. The Donald Forri* family with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Surges of San Francisco, were guests on Sunday at the Okoboji home of Mr. and Mrt. C. R. LaBarre. On Tuesday the Ferrises drove to Minneapolis taking their daughter and son-in-law to the Airport where (they enplaned for Denver and they are spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. John Connelly. The two women are sisters; formerly Suzanne and Oharlene LaBarre. Th* William Dau* Jr. and Marylin went to Minneapolis Sunday for a few days with her brother the Lewis Frasers. The two Fraser children who had spent a week in Algona, returned with them. Laurence Miller, Kathy and David, and Bob Kent left last week for Greeley, Colo., and other points west. The Don Potter family, of Vermillion, S. D., spent SUn- day night with the Dr. L. R. Potters. The Don Potters were starting a vacation trip to include the New England States. Mrs. Margaret Kent and David left Monday for a few days with friends near Gtltum- wa. Mr*. Marguerite Kaler, English teacher at the Algona high school, returned last week from Fort Collins, Colo., where she attended an English workshop in the new curriculum at Colorado state university. The sessions were held at Lake Loveland high school in a laboratoy which served as a model for individualized instruction and classroom flexibility. The beauty of the Colorado campus with its modern architecture and landscaping was a delight to to the local teacher who had a month of study with 40 teachers from many midwestern states. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Flschbactt, 3518 Irving Av. N. announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Louise, to Dennis Charles Scholtcs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Scholtcs, Bancroft, Iowa. •The wedding is planned for Oct. 21. Miss Fischbach is employed by R. J. Trezona, D.D.S. and J. II. Dasmarals, D.D.S. Mr. Scholtes Is a graduate of MacPhail College of Music and is employed by Don Me- Grane orchestra at the Edgewater Inn. He teaches at the University .of Minnesota MacPhail Center. MIHMMimiHNIHMMM MIHIHMtlMHMHHimil Cabbage One head of cabbage, weighing 11 3/4 Ibs., was taken from the Charles Furnal's garden in Ackworth this summer. Mrs. Furnal. expects to get 12 quarts of kraut from it. EVER NOTICE THE EXPRESSIONS ON PEOPLE PHONING? PROMPT AND CORRECT WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCE! The 60th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C R. Wigness, Harlan, was on July 7th. The Wlgnesses were married in 1907 in Irwin. USE THE "PEACH" TO REACH 27,000 HOMES! WANTED — Married or silt gle man for general farming and livestock work by Sept. 1st. Full time or Fall work. Large modern house. Salary open according to experience and ability. Phone 583-2283 or 583-2156 for more information or interview. Mullins Hy-Bred Corn Co., Corwith, la. 42w62-64-66 FOR SALE — 120-acre farm. See Alfred Redinius, Titonka. Phone 928-2263. llw64-66 They range from hilarity to deep seriousness. And no wonder-your telephone is 9 part of your life, bringing you news, conversation, humor, and now and then a little sad* ness, Which is probably why so many people value their telephone as a trusted friend. . ..the NOW and the NEW! JOIN THE MODEL CLUB NEEDS NO IRONING This handsome club pattern incorporate! both the heraldic motif and a neat wide track •tripe. Of course, it need* no ironing, just tumble or drip dry for the ultimate in performance and fashion. Available siie* 6-16, escorted colors. BILLY the KID INSTANT WEAR "no4ron" WEARLON.2000 Denim Toxins —with SAF-T-NEE The denim with muscle! A new blend of 50% DuPont 420 nylon and 50% cotton that takes everything in stride. Both boys and, machines ,put these denims through their paces. RESULT: Greatest strength and highest abrasion resistance of any jeans on the market! Plus . . . Exclusive bonded Saf-T-Nee to insure longer wear in the torture area . . and Measure Made to be America's finest fitting, most comfortable jean. Washing after washing . . they never need ironing. Navy and Green Sizes 3-16. Jackets and Parkas ese Donmoors For Sundays, Mondays, fun days. These famous cotton knits are the best thing that ever happened to a boy's wardrobe. Good-looking, long (wearing, easy washing. In colon that go great with all the slacks he owns. Sizes 4-16. New In the Season's Newest Exciting Colors We've just unpacked our new shipment of Ringer jackets, parkas, and Suburban type coats—and they're beauties, The styles are smart, the colors are attractive, the selection is great and the construction is terrific—constructed for the action set. Stop in for that new jacket. Sin«-6 thru 16 Color*: Burnished Brown. Bluo and Block Olivo Northwestern Bell 9ALD Take • look at tho bin- ors, »port coat* They're 50% Orion acrylic, 45% wool hopsack, and what a choice. Blazers, single and double-breasted in navy, black, whiskey and English blue Fancy sport coats, 2- button tattersall pattern. Olive and brass tones. Sizes 3 thru 16. Thtn tike § look at tho contrasting lUcks . . . They're 50% Dacron polyester, 50% Orion acrylic in constant reverse twist. Black, olive and Cambridge gray. Now ... put out tho rtcfc ... and *»«nd b*ck. Vitilfer few EXPANDED BOYS DEPARTMENT ... SIZES3 Thru 16 'iifftft Section in History" MrSDEMRTMENT Socon4 Floor

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