Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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2-ALGONA (Ifiwa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNF 53, W6 Six injured in trio of Kossuth accidents ttie tJSS Vosemite,, ' tefldef. Mis vvlfe fStehs to him" in the near future. joift Olc Pedersen and t&irft had the Seneca Lu- thefaft church vyomen Thtw. sday altewioott at' tiic church. Mrs. Curtis Qlseti Had ,devotionS and CaUSe, and Mrs. Edria^Joliatth^ sen the Bible study. A skit on the general convention of the American Lutheran Church Women at Portland, Ore., July 6-8, was given by Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs. John Johannesen. Mrs. 1 Kenneth Andre was a guest, Mrs. Henry Looft attended a 4-H judges training school Wednesday at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Margaret Pratt, home economist 6f Palo Alto county, had charge of the school. The David Loofts were father's day guests at Glen Hopf e's, rural Truman. Mrs. Ekina Johannesen and Larry were expecting Monday night the daughter, the Joseph Kuginskis, enrpute from Rhode Island to Long Beach, Calif Mr Kuginski is in the navy and is being transferred to California Diane Salisbury, sister and . Barbara Andre, daughter of ;he Kenneth Andres, spent last week with her grahdpafeftts, the; family, the Wayne nt to Dakota City, Neb., ;fcN visit there until July 4. Dckers Hi6vd from fhe Kenneth Andres, htio! si guests for Joy's 10th birthday Wednesday afternoon Brerida VIenz, Jeanette .Olnemus, and Shiela Madden. Coffee guests included Mrs. Charles ; Beaver and Mrs/Henry Wiib6r*gX CMrles Beaver was an everting gu-ist. The Alfred Petersons; have ;•'» grandson, an 8 Ib. 10 o£ boy born to their daughter, the Eu> gene Friests, Badger, June 17. The Petersens went to Badger Thursday night and brought their granddaughter, Dorcen, home with them while her mother is in the hospital. LORDS SUPPER The^ Sacrement Supper will be of the Lords administered Sunday morning, June 26 in the Presbyterian church. SON GRADUATES Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinm's attended the graduation June 18 of their son Don from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Chaitijtoigiie. Don received; ; .. his Masters of Education degree; and his wife hajs also amended the University. Both will teach in the Fulton, 111. school sys- tettf and are attending summer school. Don's wife and four sons aslo attended Don's graduation exercises. FATHER'S DAY DINNER A Father's Day dinner was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fishers. In attendance were .William Fisher and son of Sioux City, Mrs. Vic Fisher of Cor with, Messrs, and Mesdames Elmer Lawman of Laurens, Bay her df G'rettada, Minn., Jack Fisher of Stacyvilie, Dan ns. er and the respective families. BAKER FAMiLY DINNIK WilliaM Baler was honored at diniief Kaiher's DAy aiu members o&h'li family presem were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pr«t hus of Bancroft, Mr. and Mis Jack SchUltz, Mr. and Mrs. Met loh Baker and the respective families. He also received a telephone call from his daugh ter, Mrs. Gene Hendricksoii o Chicago, III BRIDAL SHOWER A bridal shower and ten o'clock brunch is being given a the Country Club June 29 fo Charlene La Barre whose mar riage to John Connelly will tak Fisher of Garner, Theodore Fis- place, July &. Hostesses are Mes t^o Cassell, Don' • Memi * f^iil Owciis 0]f*ciJ jl .,, Al-fiudtartatt, toon Par- anf Frank Moulton. ATTINO WEDDING Mf. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen are going to Rhiflelatidfir, Wis. Thursday to attend tho wedding Saturday of Julie Met- emick to John Peter Olson v . Ki», Metternick is a coiisHi oi Mrs. Hemmingsen. They will bu loined at Minneapolis, Minn ,'Jby the daughter Susan Hejrnmirtg sen. MINISTERS MEET Ministers of area I of the North Central Presbytery met at Fort podge Monday at 6:30 p.m., for a briefing on the; F fty Million Campaign being conduc ted throughout the. U.S,.A. Pres byteriari churches. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Pearl Rotter entertained her bridge" club Wednesday eye Jiingl KNIT AND SEW CLUB ' The |Cnit and Se\y club me aftet noon Mth. Mrs. an «ntet tained" Jiidge ,club Saturday eVeriirtg Gas pipeline to go near Fenlon Fehton — Residents of Fen? ton will go to tye potts,, July 19. to determine wTifopner pr not- they wish to have the towrt grant a non-exclusive franchise, to, North Central Public Eervic&.Co. for the" establishment and/ihain- tehance p,f a natural gas distribution" system: tfhV voting wa_s approved by the town council at a special meeting held re-: cently. The franchise, if approved; wbulcl be for a period of 25 years. It seems that a na< turalgas pipeline is to be constructed' front Armstrong s,outh passing very close to Feniton, and that this is the tini& to make the decision before engineering and construction work gets under way. TWO LAKOTA residents were hospitalized as the result of a twoKsir crash on a gravel road intersection five miles north and '/i-mile west of Titortka a- bput 9 a;ni. Sunday. ! The picture above shows the car- of Dora Johnson, Lakota, which had abut $1500 in damage to the right side and front. The "other (Mr involved'was" driven by'Albert Brandt, also 'of Lakota, and this machine had about $1000 in estimated damage: • Dora Johnson, 61, sustained a crushed' jaw and facial lacerations ^and was taken to a Rochester, Minn, hospital. Brandt, 55, had internal injuries and was taken by ambulance to a Mason City hospital. , The Johnson car approached . the intersection going east and the Brandt machine was traveling north. There was no stop sign at the accident site. Both drivers were charged t 'faih'ng to have their cars under Control by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, who with patrolman Ed Lynn, investigated. • AN ALGONA man was injured about 1:50 p.m. Monday when the dragline he was .operating Slipped off the road into a ditch and rolled; over. r He is Garry W. Sowers, 26, of Algona, and he was taken to Si: Ann hospital with a back injury. Sowers was thrown out of the cab as the machine rolled over but lie was thrown^clear. ••'••'' He was operating a dragline for the Les Faber firm 3^ miles north and"! 1 ^ east of Algona on county v "L"! when the front wheel of the machine dropped off the road, causing the equipment to roll over. Damage to: the dragline was estimated at $200 by Sheriff Ralph. Lindhorst, who investigated. TWO PERSONS ytere injured seriously and three pthers hat minor injuries in a twp-car crash north of Lakota at the intersection of highways 169 and 9 a- bput 8:10 a.m. Monday. A car driven by Robert KJin- ger, Harrisburg, Pa., an(j a machine driven by Irene Tolefson. Minneapolis, collided at the intersection. Elda Klinger, 34, of Harrisburg, had a possible fractured vertebrae and was taken to a Mason City hospital. Also injured was Ruth Morgan, 69, of Harrisburg, with s possible skull fracture and fractured legs and she was rushed by ambulance to Mason City al so. : . Both cars had extensive dam age — $1500 to the Pennsylvan ia car and $1300 to the Minne spta car. Mrs. Tplefson was charged with "meeting and fail ing to turn to the right" by pa trolman Ed Lynn, who wit) Sheiiff Ralph Wndhorsf invest! gated the crash. 4 CAR DRIVEN by an Ann strong yowtftf JPhn W. Salisbury, struck 3 cow Qp, the blacktop at the edge pf Union Slough about three miles north and four e§s.' of Bjncjrpft at 4:45 a.m. Tues. day. , Damage to the car was a bowl $3QQ but the driver was not in jured. The cow walked put Qi the ditch in front Ol the car Plathe, 20, suffered a broken collar bone and a cut elbow when the car he was driving went out of control one-half mile south of Algona at the bridge oh highway 169 about midnight last Thursday. He was taken to St. Ann hospital fpr treatment. The accident pccur-red when ^ he lost control on thp bridge and the machine ' ge in Salisbury caujd npt avoid hitting it. Sheriff Ralph W nd h°rst was callp4 but n ° trace of the c could toe feuiuJ. The own^r s overturned in the right ditch, coming to rest on its wheels. Plathe was charged with failing to have his car under control by patrolman Charles Bird, who investigated. The car had about $1200 in damage. Club tour is held Friday by Seneca group Seneca —The Seneca Progressive Farmers held their club tour June 17. They met at Seneca and then drove to the Fred Johannesen farm 'where Rickie showed a baby beef. At Raymond Bergum's Edward showed lis hog project, poultry and en- bmology. Ross and Brian Johnson showed their hog projects, and Tom Bergum, hogs and his ''show" chickens. At the John Nyman^^they saw John's dairy calf, arid Randy Kabrick showed his beef project. The Nyman twins, Darrel arid Douglas, and bjx>ther, Arlen, had dairy cattle and a garden. At Delmar Fischer's Steve shpwed his hpgr. and tree identification project. Mike Cyphers had' dairy and entomology exhibit arid Steve Cherjand showed beef.'At Robert Lynch's Ellen, Tim and Theresa showed their beef projects. Rodney and iathy Jensen also had beef cat- le for tlveir projects as did 'om, Dick, and Don Lynch. At he Person's Charles, Patty and Yudy showed hogs, as did Jo Ann Bernhard, daughter of the 'aul Bernhards. At Henry Wil>ergs they saw Dennis' baby beef and the final stop was at he Calvin Vaudfs where Randy .bowed his hog exhibit. Parents accompanying the boys wev^ the Amery Cherlands, Delmar Fischer, the Art Bergums, Henry Wilbergs, Paul Bernhard, Mrs. Alvin Cyphers, the Robert Lynches, Wayne Lynch, the Roger Jensens, and Ray Bergums. Also on the trip was the Dc-nnis umberlands, new extension associate. AT OPEN HOUSE Attending the .Odey Cher- tend/s open house for thejr 25th wedding June 19, at the Luther- in church at Burt, were the Ted Jensens, Qlaf OftedahJs, Mrs. Art Bergum, Audrey and Cathy, the Henry Jensens, John Johannesens, Mrs. Edna Johannesen and the Henry Loofes. Mrs. Ted Jensen plqyed a saw solo, sn4 Audrey Bergum sang a spjo at tlie program. Mrs. H* n- ry Jensen, Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs, Art Bergujn assisted as kitchen hostesses. The girls helped as waitresses. There Wi§ §J»ut $135,0 dam age tp twp cars wh§n they lided lit the eajt edge of 'Swea City list Fridiy. Pitr Charles BJrO. inye|tjgatpd and by ms hit frem the rea by a car drivpn by Gilbert £it tlfispn p| Cgylon. Minn. The Minnesota car had abou $1200 frpnt end damage while the Danielson car had an estt mated $150 in damage. Kittleson was charged with fafling to have a '* iODI youth, Richard A AJTf NB WEDDING The Henry Wilbergs, Kenneth rfa}yerspns and Barbara son Westling and daughter, viJs Ljke, N.p., attended the wedding of Delmar Lee, son of the Elmer j#es, and Wanda Kjityed, daughter of the Qrvis Kialtvedis, Estheryille, Sun/day at the Redeemer Lutheran pjiurch at Estheryille. The Rey. Hprley Schmitt officiated. TO NPW $TATJ9N Janies Bergum, in the nayy and whp has been spending a with his wife, the former Jplleen. Mueller, and his par$ay Bergutns, will le_ 29 for Ne>yp,ort, R.I., whez - e he will be stationed on AS YOU SHOP FOR MEAT ASK US -THIN LARGE-SMALL WEIL OUT IT TO SUIT YOU MEAT PRICES GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY There's always a STOREFUL of LOW PRICES — not just a handful of "specials" — at DUNN'S SURE SAVE. That's why there are plenty of SAVINGS for everybody .. . on everybody's favorite foods. And should we by any remote chance run out of a SUPER SAVER SPECIAL, we'll give you a "rain check" eptitling you to the same item at the same special price the following week . .. ovfn in the meat department! So change to DUNN'S SURE. SAVE — we'vf PLENTY to please you! V NEARLY BONELESS Pork Steak FRESH CUT —CHICKEN FRYERS CUT UP— PAN READY CHICKEN 5 11 H c Ib 35 C Ib PARIS BREAST —LEG^59 MORRELL PALACE THICK SLICED BACON LARGE RIPE WATERMELONS,, 59' VINE RIPENED ^^^^^ ^^^ :69 BONELESS CHARCOAL CHUCK ROAST CHUCK STEAK LITTLE GUS SMORGASBORD PACK ALL AMERICAN GROUND BEEF LONG WHITE NEW 59 C Ib 59 C Ib 69 C Ib kwi^w ; wwrii i m i^fc»» , ^^^ ^^^ POTATOES 10'39 Produce Prices Good,Wednesday Through Saturday Krafl Velveeta Heiiz Ml bottle Ketchup SOUTHERN ROLL IDA TREAT FROZEN FRENCH FRIES. All Flavors Jellc MORTON'S FROZEN TURKEY, REEF, CHICKEN PKGS. 3 for $100 1 Each BETTY CRQ'CKIR 9« CAKE MIXES POH-Y PARROT POTATO CHIPS , , Twin Box GEISHA MANDARIN Pkcj. 23o Reg. Can* REGAL RIPGE CHARCOAL IQLb, 49« We Reitrve The Right To Limit Quantities * • TiNOiRfWiiT MIQIUM 901 Cam 39° ORANGES4for89 C PEAS.. 6for f 1 WAGNER'S CRAPE PR QRANGE DRINK 4 qts, $100 1 THRU. ©nt, SALVO 83* Qnt- OPIN DAILY I AJA. TO f I^CIPT FRI

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