Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 2
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BY JULIAN CHRISCHILLII "Intel Ronond If Still Until* POLKS MUST booze more in wet weather than in nice Weather ,, . at least September sales in state liquor stores would Indicate as milch . . . sales in Algona Were down dur* ing the dry and sunny September of *66 by $2,279 over the wet and rainy 1965 month. In case you are interested, total sales here during September were $21,728. .< PAUL SEILER, Garrigan's contribution to the nation's top football team, Notre Dame, has now made Time magazine after hitting most of the others earlier this fall ... the cover story for last week's Time concerns Notre Dame football and '•> Seller's name is mentioned In connection with the Irish' fine pass protection. Seller is a 240-pound offensive lineman and Time reports: "It (the line) takes it as a personal insult whenever anybody so much as lays a grimy paw on quarterback Terry Hanratty's blue jersey. 'After the Army game,' recalls Terry, 'I was talking to Paul Seller, the tackle, and I said, 'Gee, Paul, I've been hit three times in three games this year.' 1 was just joking, but he said seriously, 'That's three times too many, Terry'." • \ SEEMS SOME of those "young" oldsters hitting the golf ball at the Bancroft course are quite adept at the game ... first it was Algona's Herman Dreesman, who at 72, fired a 37 the,other day . .. now comes Prank Krall of Lakota/who is a sprightly 77 and he carded a 39-40 on recent rounds! COACH Beanie Cooper ranks Carroll Kuemper the No. 3 team in the state behind East Waterloo and.. Jefferson of Cedar Rapids . . . and He might just be right. With a 644 Record, Carroll dumped previdusly uribeath Central of SibUX City last Thursday 21-0 afid Since their Opening game loss to Sioux City tfast 30-26, have only a tie to mar their record and that 14-14 blot came after Cafroll led 14-0 in. the final quarter against North of Des Moines. ALGONA WON a football game by the thin margin of the thickness of a sheet of paper . . . the officials told Coach Keith Christie after the game that a sheet of paper was slipped between the ball and the first.down stake to show the Hampton captain their bid for victory in the final three minutes here last week had fallen short! FIREMEN RAN from church Sunday at 11 a.m. at Elmore, Minn, to answer a fire alarm . . . but it was juit a false alarm. Seems someone forgot to set the 12' noon whistle back an hour when daylight savings time endedl STILL ON the subject of football, our neighbor to the north, Blue Earth, Minn., has compiled a remarkable record . . . they've won 25 straight games over the past four seasons and are currently ranked No. 4 in the entire state of Minnesota ... to give you an idea of what kind of-football they play, Blue Earth defeated St. James, Minn, last Friday night, 90-6! Ex-Algona woman dies at Mankato » • • '>. A former Algona woman, Della Davidson, 89, died at Mankato, Minn. Tuesday. Funeral services for her will be held at 2 p.m: Friday at the McCullough funeral chapel in Algona with Rev. Frank Harcey officiating. Burial Will be in Eastlawn cemetery; ;> She was the widow of the; late Frank Davidson, who died in 1942. The family .lived in Algona for some time prior to his death. A son Dale, who survives, : was formerly employed in the •'Ra'ifc way Express office here. There is also a daughter, Clara, and both live at Mankato. Three from Kossuth injured in crash people Advertise in th« Advance Largest PAID circulation Bancroft — Six hospitalized today ih 'Mercy Hospital at Fort Dodge as a result of a two-car collision two miles : east of Pocohantas on Highway 3 about 8 p.m. Friday. Driver of one of the cars was Robert J.Kahler, 22, Of Burt, who was driving a 1964 Dodge with four passengers in the car. Kahler was injured, along with: Diane Crowley, 18, of Bancroft, who received a concussion, cuts and bruises. Arlene Helsdorfer, 18, of Bancroft, severe facial cuts and bruises. ' ,. Carol Brown, 18, of Stacyville, hands and facial cuts. Paula May, 18, of Stacyville, severe cuts and bruises. Donald Dittmar, 54, of Humboldt, facial cuts and chest injuries. He was the driver of the other car, a 1963 CJrysler. The four girls, all students at the Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, were riding, home with Kahler, who, is employed as a mechanic" at Sioux City'airport? The girls were out of classes for a four-day weekend due' to All Saints Day. The girls from Stacyville were riding as far as Algona and friends were to pick them are up there and take them home, Both cars were termed total losses. Highway Patrolman John O'Sell investigated. THURSDAY, NOV. 3, Shooting (Continued from Page 1) nal ballistic reports will make certain whether this fact is true. Reportedly, Elwood had come to Britt so that his wife could be, with her critically ill father. She is a former Britt girl. Earl Eller has been employed with the Merryman Construction Co. here for a number of years. Dennis has been working with a Britt firm and is married. Earl is single.^ ; x • #' # # SERVICES WEDNESDAY FOR SHOOTING VICTIM Funeral services for Harley "Al" Scott, 40, who had lived on a farm near Corwith fdr the past several months, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Grace Baptist church at Corwith. Rev. Risen officiated and military rites were held at the grave in JBVergreeil cemetery .at Britt. The Botighton funeral home at Britt Was in charge, of arrange- rftetlts He was born July 10, 1926 at Libertyville, lit., the son of Jesse and Anna Scott. He was married to Vernita Mueller on Oct. 28, 1959 at Ogdeh, Utah. Mr. Scott enlisted in the Coast Guard during World War 11 and after service in tills group, civ listed fbr six years in the. Ma< rines. Until coming to the Brltt- Corwith area several months ago, Mr. Scott had lived in Des. MeilieS and had been hospitalized f6f ; |boUt 15 fttOntM with emphysema. - "" f Besides A six-year did dftugh- tef, Aflna Marie, ilvirtg With her mother at Britt, Mf. Scott is stir, vived by four children by a pre- vioits marriage, all living itii II* linois; and six stepchildren. Also surviving are tWo sisters, IRVINGTON NEWS Mrs. Violet Sykes. Liver more, who had been a patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, several weeks, returned home Saturday. ,. •'• •' Algona 2 on conference team Algona high school placed two men on the second All-North Central Conference team selected Tuesday night at Clarion at a meeting of all loop coaches. End Tom Claude and guard Larry Munger, both seniors, were named to the second club, Given honorable mention were Dave Camp, Don Hagen and Randy Reidinger. Webster City and Humboldt dominated the first team as the Lynx placed four men and Humboldt three on the top squad. Only unanimous choices were Jerry Boyington, Clarion end, and Dave Brooks, Lynx center. FIRST TEAM Ends — John Mikel, Webster City, and Jerry Boyington, iClarj ion. ••'{ I Tackles — Richard: Starkj Webster City, and Geoff Mickelson, Humboldt. . Guards — Bob Short, .Humboldt, and Bob Harken, Iowa Falls. Center — Dave Brooks, Webster City. Backs — Doug Marsq, Humboldt; Al Larson,, Webster City; Steve Hornung, Iowa Falls; Bob Patton, Hampton. , .; \ , '• A Beautiful 5" by 7" Enlarged Vignette PORTRAIT OF YOUR CHILD Age Limit — one month to seven years ... or group of children provided one is under 7 years old. THURS., NOV. 10 - FAREWAY STORE No Coupon—No Entry Fee : •—No Handling Charge! Dregs your children in their Sunday Best arid bring them . "•'•• lo our store. 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