Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 15, 1965
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

Accident... (Continued ffbtn Page 1) PATTY SCHUL2, daughter of the Jack Scliuftes of Ifvingtoti, Is in good condition and will be released from the hospital the end of this week. She had a cheek laceration and stitches Were taken inside her mouth only. A bump on her head was slili being packed in ice Tuesday. She was bruised all over hoi- body. She was sitting in the back seat behind the driver. ROXANNE ROGERT SCHADE, the driver, is also in good condition. She had a cut on the top of her head, bruised chin and a bruised hip, but her worst and most painful injury is to her neck, ft is not known when she will be released. JANET BRAUN, daughter of the Raymond Brauns of rural Algona, was seated in the middle of the back seat. Mary Cowan was asleep with her head on Janet's shoulder. Janet will in all probability be hospitalized for a couple of weeks in Waterloo and then transferred to St. Ann. She has a farctured pelvic bone, separation in one shoulder and a twisted hip, but is listed in good condition. Miss Schulz is n student at SCI in .Cedar «Falls and,, was riding home with the others to visit her parents. The Senior class of the Algona high school attended both the Canaday and Cowan funerals in a body Tuesday. Mrs. CanadayVson, Steven, is a member *of the senior class and Miss Cowan was also a senior. ', • -• ship of the church: John Hetd f Gregg Buchanan, Bill Deal, t)an Merryman, Jon Deim and Barry Wfitkins. Pallbeardfs were classmates: Wayne Patterson, fftodttey *ftlck- lefs, Milton Butzkt, Steve Hardy, Donnls Miller, Robert Martin. Burial was in Eastlawn cemetery with McCullouph's in charge. •# # # MRS. CANADAY Funeral services for Olenora Canaday, 40, wefti ! hcld Tuesday morning- at the/ 1 ,Presbyterian church with Rev; : W. F. Mofz officiating. Glcnora Jean' Canaday was born February 13, 1925 in 1r- vington, -daughter of John and Florence Smith Jennings. She was married to Clarence Canaday in Algona on -March 26, 1944. Besides her husband she is survived by four children: Rtis. sell, Algona, and throe children at home, Steven, Donald, and Gloria. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings, Sexton, survive as do sisters and brothers: Virgil Jennings, Algona; Donsild Jennings, South Sioux City, Neb.; Mrs. Willard Gregson, (Myrna), Algona:, Mrs. Doris Norland, Swca City. Another sister, Mrs. Leo Sabin,'(Dorothy), died January 117 of this/year. , . Burial was in Eastlawn cemetery with McCullough's in charge. Pallbearers were Wayne Wickwire, Harold Sabin, "Kenneth Honey, Robert Casey, James Spear, and Verl "Patterson. MARY COWAN Funeral services for Mary Cowan, 18, were held Tuesday, April 10, at the First Congregational church at one o'clock with Rev. Frank Harcey officiating. Mary Margaret Cowan was born March 5, 1947, in-Algona, daughter of'Kenneth S. and Aria Balcken" Cowan. Surviving besides her parents are a sister and a brother, Mrs. Robert -Hall (Patty), of -Denver, Colo., and a ^brother, David, at home; Mrs Hal Cowan, a grandmother, and 1 Ben Bakken, a grandfather.,- ; • Mary was-an active senior and, had been a member of the concert and:marching band, 'Ffi'A,, girls^'ChorusV, GRA, pep . club, and a cheerleader all four years. She participated in intramural basketball and mixed chorus her second, third and fourth years. She 'was a member of the cast for-plays as a sophomore and junior and acted on the crew as a junior and senior. The last two years she was a member of FBLA and was a junior executive last year. In GRA she was secretary in her third year and a district representative this year. During the junior year she was one of five members of a singing group known . as the Debutantes, for junior girls only. This year she was a candidate for Sports Queen, co-captain of the cheerleaders, on both the annual and newspaper staff. She was a member of the Congregational church. She had been employed at the Algona theatre for a year as cashier. A memorial service -was hold Monday morning in the high school auditorium with Rev. Frank Harcey conducting the 15-minute service. T Ushers at the funeral were members of the Youth Fellow- Services for ex-Aigonan held Tuesday Funeral services were held for Mrs. Margaret (Harry) Moore, 89, a former Algonan who had lived in San Antonio, Texas, 'for 45 years. Rev. Frank Harcey conducted the services 'at McCullough's Chapel Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. Margaret, the daughter 'of David A. and Susan Wilmott Haggard, was born in rural Algona Nov. 21, 1875. In 1899 she was married to -Harry Moore in Algona. They moved to San Antonio in .1909. She died April 9 after twd days illness; One son, Stanley L. Moore, San Antonio, Texas, survives. Her husband died in 1945. Her brothers Bill, Melzar, and Ben Haggard are deceased. Mrs. Moore l came to Algona every year to spend the summer with her brother, Bill Haggard until his death. Mrs. Melzar Haggard is a sister-in-law and nieces living here are Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, Barbara Haggard, and Mrs. Dick Thoreson. Burial was in Riverview cemetery. Pallbears were Dick'There- son, Gordon Schmidt, Dick Godfredsen, and Kirk Hayes. PAIR ON TV Kyle Keith and Gerald Frank!, Algona, appeared on -KGLO-TV Monday night from 9:30 to 10 p.m. and the same pair, -along with Roger Undo of Swea City, will appear on Mankato TV (ch. 12) Thursday night (tonight) 'at 10;30 p.m. GOOD FRIDAY CLOSING Algpna merchants will close from noon until 3 p.m. in observance of Good Friday. NEW! 1965 tlacobeen 4-BLADE Turbocone lurbocone grass catcher included Bl no extra cost. . bstsot fliP Propelled, at Inch cut. Quieter 3 H.P. J«cob»»n 321 Super Torquf fnjin» Han-0-Start flVf pTHfg NEW MOPH5 TO CHOQSi HOM Tfi^Sf «9**H temply with ">» Amsmao $^d ALOONA FLOUR & FiiO KIRSCHBAUM GARAGE FRANK FLAJG MEET THE MEN FROM NATIONAL OPEN T Present This Coupon To Me for 50 ME KING KORN STAMPS until HhOO P FREE TREATS FOR BBS 8 Months to 80 Years NO ONE WANTS YOU FOR A CUSTOMER MORE THAN WE 00! RAY KELLY, Store Mgr. Prot onl This Coupon To Me For 50 FREE KING KORN STAMPS (DENNIS THRAEN, Meat Mgr. PRICES ; FOR'APRIL 15-14-17 QUANTITY'RIGHTS RESERVED piiwM (f fipMMfflMt VnVofMrs countty MVt • )«IM M tin MUM rtfipw purthm hi ' •wHntOMtrtnurt. Shep National for your Easter Ctrtitt VS\ SWIFT'S Boneless Center Cuts Fully Cooked 4 to 6 Lb. Average Whole or Butt Portion '~ NO SKIN M WASTE Oven-Ready Qov't Inspected A size for every family 6 to 20 Lb«. 39 G Lb. ALASKA SILVER , .. f f\C. SALMON «irs*.:..- 59 C (Sliced Ptr Lb.63c) CENTER CUTS t f\C HALIBUT STEAKS .»,*.. 69 C Canned Hams 3 Lbs. Net C Lb$. Net m Lbs. Cudahy's [ ACAR ^ CORN KING £L ! BONELESS -elF BONELESS ^"T %^49 $> 59 EXTRA LEAN "~ Ground Chuck Boneless Delmonico Steak IMinute Steaks u,. BONELESS PICNICS Sliced Bologna «.«. n 9 ... 29 < BONELESS U.S.D.A. "CHOICE" BEEF OA( Cube Steaks u,. OT BONELESS HAM . . £ W e TREAT THE FAMILY TO Top Treat Beverages No Deposit No. Return Your Favorite Flavors Are Perfectly Preserved In Glass Bottles Garden .Freeh Sweet Tender Frozen Peas J.B.C, To«»»ie» A 24. «N.w»boy« ^ Count • B<?n 6«n J Pkp. Se*ton I one • CHUNK ^ • CRUSHED tf • TIDBIT Ready to Serve ream REYNOLDS HEAVY BROILER ALUMINUM FOIL M Orchard Fresh Fruit Cocktail TCP TAST$ STUFFED MANZANILLA ' OLIVES tfi .' Cr " m / S»)rl« Mm Cam 2H PANS Five Bloom E««ter Lilies $1.98 NATCO COFFEE SUNSHINE HI-HO A «^ c OCfAN SPRAY CQCKTAII, ff ;RACKERI5i i ^.. t .4a Cranberry Juice <?» DO 50 FREE King K*m SlumjiN I ,.«IIH THIS COUrON WHEN V«U •«» WBNQYDQU MHlQH QUTFJT 'COVrOM EXri«KS APRIL IT Potto Chips ,.u...,, - : ff9c ; OCEAN SPRAY CQCKTAII, 2 CANS OCEAN SPRAY COllfON EXrWES APIUl. IT - Golden Wife

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page