Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1967
Page 10
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St Joe C.D.A. fall to start soon St. Jo* — Catholic Daugh- of America will begin ite 18 year of activities this fail. First business meeting of the new season will be Thursday, Sept. 14. Guest night for neighboring Courts will bt held Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 8 o 'clock with Court officers in charge. C.D.A. officers for the year are Mrs. Marvin Reding, grand regent, Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, vice regent, Mrs Maurice Reding, prophetess- Mrs. E. M, Gales, Lecturer, At home inside the watch works Year* of behind-the-dial experience work for you hire. Put your watch repairs up to us. WMMTIMD jiwiua Mfv. ilutJGil Kayscf, MonMov, AfM. Harold Reding, financial werrtftty, Mrs Mark 1WI* get, treasurer, Mrs. ftonald Reding, historian, Mr*. Sylvester Wagner, ienUfteJ, Mrs. AdeHfte Wagner, organiat. Trustees of the court arc 'Mrs. N. / J. Wcydert, Mr*. M. T. McGuirc, Mrs. Petet Reding, Mrs. Irene Bormanin, Mrs. OrviUe Wagner and Mrs. Paul Erpeldlng. Special events will include the reception of new members, Nov. 8; Breakfast and bake sale, Nov. 19 and April 21, the Christmas party, Dec. 13. Guest nght for husbands or. Guests, Jan. 21; Card Party, March 17 & Apri, 7J Fatlv or-Daughter Banquet June 6, In charge of lunch and social ftour for the Sapt. meeting will be Mrs. George Wagner, M" Ray Berte, Mrs. William McGuire, Mrs. John Capeslus, Mrs. Robsrt Altman and Mrs. Francis Erpelding. TO HONOR KNIGHT The Emmetsburg Assembly of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus will sponsor a dinner and dance here in St. Joseph's school hall. The dinner program will 'be in honor of departed Sir Knight Charles Plalthe in whose memory a Chalice will be presented to his family. This will be Sept. 10 with St. Joseph's Court Catholic Daughters preparing and serving the dinner. Only 4th degree members and their partners are invited. Mrs. John Weydert and Mrs. . Nick Reding,, Algona, were •guests Thursday afternoon of the RrNu 500 club aft Mrs. Adeline Wagner's. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Nick Reding and Mrs. N. J. Weydert. The club meets ait Mrs. N. J. Weyderl's Sept. 28. The Ed Bonnanns returned from St. Paul where they Ji spent four days at their daughter, the George Ha*i». They Mao attended the Mtate THe ftoii Grpeidinp and Ptter returned Sunday aftet •even* dayi in Mmnewta at Mike Staffers, Wtimer, Minn. William Beckers, WatWiw, and^AJvifi BrpeMings, St JoBOpfi, MlfMi, The Paul ErpeM4ng« spent severM day* recently In DK£ Moines with their daughter JoAnn and with friend*. •Knights of Columbus met Wednesday in dub rooms with E. M. Gales, grand kn&it presiding, following the 8 o'clock Rosary. In charge of lunch were Kenneth G. Bormann>, Bob Kirsch, Mark Thilges, John Wagner end David McGuire. The K. L. KoMhaases and Raymond Kohlhaas returned Wednesday from a week in Western States. At Drum- mend, Mont, they were guests at Charles Lanes and at Rapid City with Leona and John Bornsong, and at Dell Rapids, with the Jack LeBurnes and Kenneth LeBrunes. Two injured in car Return* from visit in West PILLOW CLEANING SERVICE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 ELK DRY CLEANERS 9 TO 5 P.M. All pillows individually renovated and back on your bedt Mm* day. Pillows cleaned, fluffed, deodoriied, and now ticking. All for $2.10 por pillow. Mrs. Louise Larson returned to her home at Gamer on August 22 after three weeks with the C. S. SMpfers. She was there to visit with her grandchildren, the Cleo Shipler's of Hobbs. New Mexico, Jimmy Shipler's of Stanton, California and Mrs. Charles Mxttag and children of Nep- sho, Missouri who were Visiting their parents at the time. Other children of the Ship- lew are Mrs. Bill Marshall, Mrs. Stanley Sorenson and Richard Shipler, all of Algona. Mrs. Larson also visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Zanke, at the Methodist Rest Home in Fairmont. Reunion Nearly 200 members of the Cornelius clan gathered at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cornelius, BeUevuc, for a 100-year celebration of the family first settling in America. There were persons present from twelve States and three Canadian • provinces. The reunion was dedicated to Conrad Cornelius, ST., originally of Unterellen, H* enach in east central Germany and head of the dan. ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING BIG RESULTS FASTI MI the 0ft*aid Tiitigti turn. Drive? Ralph N. Simon*, 44 df Algdni, tild etiti and head Injun** and piwentw Robert Johnson, 31-year-old Algeria aervlcefnan, had ihfr ulder injuries. Both were treated at St. Ann hospital. The 1966 truck went out of control two ittllcn east of Al« gona on highway is and went into the ditch, struck .two poles, i plowed through the fence into a cornfield and then came back into the ditch. Total damage to the truck was $500 while the poles had $200 damage as did the Thilges fence. Simons was the owner of the truck and city policeman Gerald Thompson investigate Cu* THOMPSON also was called to the scene of a one-car larsh one-eighth of a mile north of Algona on highway 18 at about 1:40 a.m. Monday when a car driven by Dennis Walker, Algona, went into a ditch and sustained $350 estimated damage. Walker told the policeman that he was attempting to pass a slow car which speeded up and he was forced into the ditch to avoid hitting an oncoming car. THE ADVANCS SENDS YOUR WANT AD TO 5,000 KOSSUTH HOMES Church Notes lmmanu«l Lutheran ftt*. AHMM t. ¥«*M| Uttt ThvrWty, Ityt, 7 Sunday Schcrt Sutf meet*. 7:30pm — Lowef Grate 8:00 p.m. -» Upper Gmfe Teaohen. Friday, ftft, • 2:00 p.m. - Lidle* Aid Gue§t Day, •Mrs. ft. T. Mueller of Lu< Verne, Iowa will give a report of «he LMWL Convention held at Washington, D. C. tMft sum- Saturday, Sept. f 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. — Saturday School. 2:00 p.m. — Adult Membership Class. Sunday, Sept. 10 9:30 a.m. — Divine Service. 8:30 a.m. — Sunday School and Bible Classes. 7:30 p.m. — Algona Circuit Bible Inatiltute at St Paul Lutheran Church at Wtiitte more. Monday, Sept. 11 10:30 a.m. — ftotor's Conference at St. John Lutheran Church at Burt Wednesday, Sept. 13 7:30 p.m. — Choir rehearsal- • ' •. V,< 8:00 p.m. — Parent Teach* er's League at St. Paul Luthera School ait Whtttemore. THESE WERE the two cars involved in the crash just east of Algona last Tuesday afternoon which sent two Wisconsin sisters to St. Ann hospital. One of them, Catherine Littmann, Cudahy, Wis., was later transferred to a Mason City hospital with severe facial cuts. Their car (top photo) collided with a car driven by Lloyd Bleckwenn, Fenton, near the Weidenhoff entrance. The Bleckwenn car (below) was towed to George's Body Shop and had about $650 in damage. The Littmann Buick was a total loss. Exclusive Advance Photos by Mike Stillman SECOND . in a series of coat advertisements — The second coat shown by the Chrischilles Store in their series of advertisements is from the JUNIOR DRESS COAT department and is modeled by Cathy Chrischilles. This style is but one of many in this group and the price is so reasonable . . . from $40.00 to $50.00. Ask to see these cute styles . . . from sizes 3 to 15. All of the coats that will be modeled in these pictures arc in stock at the Chrischilles Store. ASK TO SEE THESE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE Two Wisconsin sisters injured in crash here Two Wisconsin sisters suffered injuries and a Fenton man escaped in a two-car crash in front of the Weiden- hoff plant along highway 18 about 3:10 p.m. Tuesday. Taken to St. Ann hospital were Jean T. Littmann, 21, and sister Catherine Littman, 20, both of Cudahy, Wis, Jean sustained cuts and bruises and was released after treatment. Her sister had severe facial lacerations and was transferred to a Mason City hospital.. .The accident occurred as Lloyd W. Bleckwenn, Fenton farmer, was turning his 1963 Ford into the Ernie Williams implement firm. He was traveling east and the two Wisconsin sisters were passing him at the time. The Wisconsin car spun into the north ditch and ended on the bank. The 1964 Buick was a total loss. Bleckwenn's | car had $650 in damage and ended on the highway. | The sisters were returning ! to Wisconsin after visiting relatives in Spencer. Charges are pending in the accident according to patrolman Charlie Bird, who with Sheriff Lindhorst, investigated. Three accidents in Algona over weekend Algona police investigated two accidents Friday evening, one occurring at 8:50 p.m. and the other at 11:35 p.m. The first accident took place at the intersection of Dodge and Nebraska streets and involved cars driven by Edwin Fredrick Lieb, 59, Algona, and Kenneth Besch, 42, Algona. Besch, a. fireman, was proceeding to the fire station on a fire call when the Lieb auto pulled out from a stop sign. The Lieb Rambler had some $200 damage to its right front fender, bumper, and headlight, while Besch's Ford had $360 damage to its left fender and bumper, grille, and radiator. Mrs. Lieb complained of a stiff arm, and Edwin F. Lieb was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. The second mishap occurred on State Street and involved one of the Algona police cars and an auto driven by Howard Herman Wellendorf, 32, Algona. <-' Wellendprf was backing out of a parking place on State Street when his auto struck the 1967 Plymouth police car which was being driven by Algona policeman Charles Day, 27. Damage to the right back door and lock of the city- vehicle was estimated'at $200, and Wellendorf was charged with improper backing. Saturday afternoon at 3:18 p.m. three cars were involved in an accident on State Street. Cars driven by Charlotte Mae Hillberg, 40, Algona, and Cecelia Agnes Schiltz, 29, rural Bancroft, were stopped for a stop light when the Schiltz car was struck by an auto driven by Delores Faye Spyks- ma, 19, Algona, The Hillberg auto was then struck in the chain reaction. Mrs. Jerome Leto, 69, of Kenosha, Wise., a passenger in the Hillberg car, suffered a neck- whiplash injury and was taken to a local doctor. • Patty McCleish, a passenger in the second auto, also complained of a whiplash injury. Delores Spyksma sustained a knee cut and a head bump in the accident. She was charged with failure to stop in the assured clear distance. Damages to the three cars included: $75 to the Hillberg 1964 Buick; $200 to the Schiltz 1962 Chevrolet; and $200 {(complete front) damage to the Spyksma 1960 Studebak er, Two injured when truck hits ditch Two persons were slightly injured early Sunday .morning when a truck went out of control east of Algona, striking two telephone poles arid tearing out considerable fence Typewriters *• FOR SCHOOL SALES-RENTALS-SERVICE -OFFICE SUPPLES, ALL KINDS'/. Sebool Md * OfflM / ////////////</ •--.-, //////. ////s, // //,/,/,//////;/////"// CHAMEIT! OPEN 9 to 5 FRIDAYS 'TIL 91 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY TOWNCRAFT "Young Gentry" Jacket takes the town by storm!! Fight wintry blasts in style! Thick 'n thin cotton corduroy ranch coat boasts authentic western styling. Snug acrylic curl pile/cotton back lining spills over to frame the collar. A raft of bold, brash autumn shades. S, M, L, XL. BOYS SIZES 14 to 18 ONLY $14,98 M7 "Home of Quality Since 1870" MM THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OF . W. 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