Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1971 · Page 12
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Elevator Only Two Years Old.. 12 — Kossuth County Advance, Monday, May 10, 1971 Get ALL The of Kossuth County and Adjoining Towns - Complete twice-a-week news and advertising coverage in Iowa's top twin weeklies — The ADVANCE (Mondays) and the UPPER DES MOINES (Thursdays). The best in reporting, columns, pictures and advertising by leading Kossuth County firms. Preventing More Fires (Continued from Page 1) before the trip to Rochester. Firemen from Swea City, Armstrong and Bancroft wet down buildings surrounding the elevator and extinguished at least two small rooftop fires (a house and Beck's Cafe) that were started with airborne coals that drifted southward from the elevator. The elevator was still smouldering Saturday morning with firemen standing watch. Begin Trial Monday On $65,000 Suit The Petit Jury will report at 1 p.m. today (Monday) for the damage suit trial of Marion Kollasch, Algona, against Don and Lois Christensen, Belvedere, 111. The new jury will be drawn and Judge Joseph Hand will be on the bench for this, the fourth jury trial of this Trial Session of court. The suit is for $65,000 and was filed March 12, 1970. It is the result of a two-car crash June 11, 1968 involving a 1961 Chevrolet driven by Edwin J. Kollasch and a 1966 Pontiac driven by Lois Christensen. The accident occurred one mile east of Duncan on highway 18. The plaintiff charges six counts of negiligence in his petition against the Illinois woman and asks the $65,00 for personal injuries. Services Held Here Friday For Scott Lavrenz Funeral services for Scott Anthony Lavrenz, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lavrenz, Burt, were held at 2 p.m. Friday in the chapel of the McCullough Funeral Home. Rev. Edwin Bishop officiated and burial was in Eastlawn Cemetery. The McCullough Funeral Service was in charge of arrangements. The infant was born Tuesday at St. Ann Hospital and died there Wednesday. Mrs. Lavrenz is the former Patricia Schrader and the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrader, all of Burt. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Otto of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loos, Buffalo Center. For Sale Aluminum Sheets 25" x36", will not rust. Excellent for flashing, lining brooder houses or grain bins, making signs, weather proofing, covering windows,, and many other uses. This is top grade aluminum plates that we use once in printing and then discard. They are easy to work with, to form or to cut. 25* EACH Algona Publishing The wind was out of the north Friday afternoon in Swea City. It pushed flames southward toward the railroad tracks rather than toward three grain bins east of the elevator (left in photo). Coals carried several blocks southward. Wayne Arthur manned this hose, wetting down wood and buildings. (Algona Pub. Co. photos) This Coupon Good For NEW SUBSCRIBERS ON1T 39 WEEKS - REG. $4.50 VALUE '350 Of Kottuth County Advance A Algona Upptr D«t MelnM SPECIAL OFFER Thli Offtr Good In Koituih County And Adjoining Town* Only I make checks payable to Algona Pub. Co., Box 535, Algona, la. 50511 Name . _, ADDRESS , 250 "Kids" To Shrine Circus THESE SEVEN school buses sounded like one big busy beehive about 9 a.m. Saturday as they .were filled with almost 250 fifth grade students from Algona Community and St. Cecelia's grade schools who were headed for the Shrine Circus in Des Moines. The expense-free trip was sponsored by the Algona members of the Kossuth Shrine Club, who, with their wives, were chaperones. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz are shown above, ready to board their bus. The buses left the parking lot at the Algona High School at 9:15 and all attended the circus in the Veterans' Auditorium at 1:30 p.m. Each child was wearing a shiny red paper "fez" and took a sack lunch to eat before going to the circus. Arrangements had been made for the caravan to stop at the rest area north of Ames on the return trip, where a group of Algonans met them with their picnic- style evening meal. This was the first trip to a circus for many of the children who were returned to Algona early in the evening. Frank Saiter heads the Kossuth Shrine Club and Dwaine Lighter was chairman of the circus project. IM**MM.**.**********MMM****.****MM M Pfl St. Olaf Honor Student NORTHFIELD, MINN. - Approximately 1,100 St. Olaf College students were honored for scholastic achievement at the college's annual Honors Day convocation May 6. Among the students on the honors list was Neil J. Anderson of Algona. MAYOR'S COURT David A. Nelson, Algona, following too closely, $10; three minors, possession of beer, $50 each; William R. Runchey, West Bend, failure to stop for posted stop sign, $10; Ray Weiland, Wesley, fishing without a license, $10; William Faust, Britt, fishing without a license, $10; August Henning, Jr., Algona, failure to yield right-of-way, $10. - Car Hits Deer A car driven by a Fenton woman, Valeria Lynch, struck a deer 1 1/2 miles south of Bancroft on highway 169 about 9 p.m. last Monday, damaging the right front end. I NEIGHBORS TQ . - ' • . Meet Raymond J. Thilges of Bode ALGONA IMPLEMENT YOUR 1H DEALER Algona, Iowa 295-3501 After hours — 295-5:128 JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. PHONE 295-2421 ALGONA GMC TRUCKS GEHL FIRESTONE STANHOIST A softball and baseball player, manager and umpire — spanning 41 years — this week's Good Neighbor T o Know is pretty well-known around the county. Meet Raymond J. Thilges, 58, of Bode. Raymond farms 160 acres four miles west of St. Joe. This year he will plant 75 acres of corn, • 10 acres of oats, 50 acres of beans, and 10 acres of sorghum. Raymond was born and raised 4 1/2 miles northwest of St. Joe and moved to the present farm he now owns in 1941. In addition to acres, Raymond raises around 400 head of market hogs yearly. Although Raymond has retired from actively playing ball, he still follows baseball very closely and in his spare time enjoys fishing, too. He is a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church of St. Joe and a member of the K.C.'s. The oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges (both deceased), Raymond was born March 13/1913. He has five brothers; Norbert of Ban, croft, Jake, Barney and Alfred, all of St. Joe, and Mark, West Bend. His sisters are Marcella, Mrs. Clarence Smith, St. Joe; Martha, Mrs. Herb Kayser, Ottosen; and Mary, Mrs. Bob Gappa, Ayrshire. Raymond's wife is the former Marie Fisch, daughter of Mrs. Nick Fisch, Algona. She was born May 16, 1918 and grew up in the St. Joe area. Raymond and Marie were married June 21, 1938. The couple have four children; Kenneth, 26, Phoenix, Ariz.; Robert, 11, at home; Phyllis, Mrs. Larry Stacy, Washington, Mo.; and Marilyn, Mrs. Daniel Menke, Algona. Marie enjoys sewing and making various art craft works. She is a member of the C.D.A. and St. Joseph's Catholic Church and has worked in the St. Joe school lunch program for the past 10 years. Thormogos OF ALGONA with exclusive Blue Carpet Service! SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA First in farm credit. Owned and controlled by the farmers it serves. So. Phillips Algona AROUND THE TOWN AND COUNTRY When you approach Algona from any direction, the Cargill elevator looms above the city's horizon. At the Cargill headquarters below this giant structure, manager Dale Kleingartner might be selling Nutrena Feeds, arranging for custom field spraying or selling bulk or bag fertilizer. Cargill also sells anhydrous ammonia and aqua-ammonia. In addition, the firm maintains grain handling facilities that so many area farmers depend upon. The people at Cargill are experts in their fields — let them work for you I CARGILL. INC South Phillips Algona, Iowa BUSCHER BROS. ALGQNA, IOWA VIKING OIL CO. — Friend of The Farmer — 295-3749 Algona WAYNE FEED SUPPLY WAYNE FEEDS 1 Feeds . Health Aids Grinding and Mixing 216 W. State Algona PLUMBING AND HEATING Iplumbing - Heating ' Sheet' Metal Gas or Oil units Pump* Water Systems Complete Fixtures Phone 295-3640 ALGONA

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