The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona (la.) Upper Dei Motntfl Tuesday, August 10, 1965 Algona Soldier One Of 31 Hurt In Night Training Ambrose T, Lickteig, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose J. Licktelg of Algona, was still in an army hospital at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Saturday, after being one of 31 soldiers injured on the military reservation last Thursday night. He was in a marching column of troops that was rammed by a station wagon. One soldier was killed, 30 others injured, among them the Algona youth. The family here said that they had not been able to contact their son, but understood his condition was "good". The exact injuries he received were not clear. The troops were returning to their quarters after a night training class. Another soldier was driving the station wagon. Seven of the injured soldiers were from Iowa. Lickteig entered the army only last July 12. Fr. Friedmann Named Supt. f Garrigan High FATHER FRIEDMANN Father Cecil H. Friedmann, Principal of Garrigan High School, has been appointed by the Most Reverend Joseph M.Muller, Bishop of Sioux City, to succeed Father Francis Conway as superintendent of Garrigan. This appointment becomes effective on August 17 on which date Father Friedmann will also take residence at St. Ann's Hospital, Algona, as chaplain and Father Conway will assume duties as pastor of St. Michael's Parish, Sioux City. Father Friedmann, 39, is a graduate of St. Mary's High School, Alton, Iowa and Trinity College, Sioux City, Iowa. After completing his seminary studies at St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, Maryland, lie was ordained to the priesthood on June 3, 1950. After his ordination, he pursued graduate studies at Iowa State University, in Ames, and Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. During his fifteen years as a priest, Father was assigned to Cathedral Parish, Sioux city, Corpus Christi Parish, Fort Dodge, Sacred Heart Parish, Boone and Gehlen High School, Le Mars. Three years ago, Tather came to Garrigan High School as Principal and took residence in St. Michael's Parish in Whittemore. Mag Burlingame Funeral Held Marguerite (Maggie) Burlingame, 79, lifelong resident of this area, died at Britt, where she had resided recently, Thursday morning. Funeral services were held for her at 2 p.m. Saturday at McCullough's Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Frank Harcey of the Congregational church officiating. Burial followed at Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were Howard Raney, Thomas Altman, Durwood Walker, A. N. Erpelding, Max King and Lyle Raney. Marguerite Irene Buchanan, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Bigelow Buchanan, was born here April 16, 1886 and was married to Birnie Burlingame at Hampton March 1, 1905. He preceded her in death in 1956. She is survived by four children, Milton, Algona; Be mice (Mrs. M. G. Schrader), Britt; Eunice (Mrs. Wayne Wickwire), Irvington; and Glen, Lakota; five grandchildren; and one great- grandchild. She was proceeded in death by two sons and a daughter. Harry Deibler Dies At Burl Harry W. Deibler, 81, lifelong resident of this area and a retired laborer, died Thursday night at the Maple Leaf Nursing Home at Burt. Funeral services for Mr. Deibler were held at 2 p.m. Monday at McCullough's Funeral Chapel, with Rev. N. M. Coughenour of the Methodist church officiating. Burial followed at Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were Leo McEnroe, Carroll Potter, Chet Fitch, Arnold Danielson, John Grandgenett and Charles Reaper. Harry William Deibler, son of William and Adeline Plock Deibler, was born here April 2, 1884 and resided in this area all his life. He never married. He is survived by two brothers, Charles, Algona, and Warren, Swea City, and was preceeded in death by a brother, Roy. 4 Car Mishaps, Two Injured, In Four Days Four accidents in the area in the past few days resulted in injuries to two youths and filing of charges in three of the mishaps. Last Wednesday evening there was a collision l«tween cars driven by Judith Parrott, 18, and John D. Rock, 18, at Chubb and Harriet streets. Both cars were damaged but the occupants uninjured. Rock was charged with failure to yield the right- of-way. An auto driven by Darrel J. Hellman, 15, Burt, hit loose gravel and went into a ditch five miles southeast of Bancroft at 11:20 a.m. The top of the auto, which did not roll, hit both sides of the ditch before it came to a halt, and Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson, who investigated, estimated the auto a total loss. William J. Hellman, owner of the vehicle, was charged with allowing an unauthorized person to drive. At 1:14 p.m., an auto driven by Cecil P. Todd, 73, Bancroft, collided with a parked car owned by Romayne A. Saemisch, 38, Jefferson, on the main street at Bancroft, resulting in $200 damage to .each vehicle. The mishap reportedly re suited when a third car, driven by an unknown person, cut a corner and forced Todd to hit the parked vehicle. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated. Later that evening, a car driven by Robt. A. Johnston, Algona, was backing from a spot on Nebraska street when it collided with another machine driven by Roger Long, Algona. Small damage resulted. Johnston was charged with improper backing. Early Saturday morning, Richard Thul, driving, and Edward Kellner, both of Bode, were injured and treated at St. Ann hospital when their car slipped from the McGregor blacktop and turned over, 2 1/2 miles east of Whittemore. Also early Saturday, a truck driven by Virgil Stedman, Jackson, Minn., and a car driven by Michael Weig, 20, Wesley, collided, also west of Algona on the old Whittemore road. Both vehicles were damaged. Weig was charged with meeting and not turning to the right. City police checked the local accidents, the sheriff's office the rural ones. 7 From Area At Music School A number of area high school students are among 162 young musicians attending the summer college institute at State College of Iowa, Aug. 8-15. Students in attendance from this area are: Algona - John Hamilton; Bode Connie andCorinneBorman; Irvington - Kathleen Plathe; Ledyard - Barbara Schroeder; Wesley - Susan Nelson; West Bend Vicki McGuire. COMPLETE STOCK LIQUIDATION SALE OUR ENTIRE INVENTORY MUST BE SOLD BEFORE ilVE REMODEL - EVERY ITEM ON SALE DIAMONDS - RINGS - WATCHES - JEWELRY - BILLFOLDS .N\1L// 1 - MAN'S DIAMOND WEDDING RING Reg. $ 65.00 NOW $ 32 50 1 - MATCHING LADIES' DIAMOND RING SET D * .., _. . ,^ t 7 Reg. $ 47.50 NOW $ 27.50 ! " ^ A -'_ S ! ™° R ° W DIAMOND WEDDING BAND Reg. $495.00 NOW $265.00 Reg. $ 59.95 NOW $ 32. 1 - LADIES' DIAMOND DINNER RING 1 - LADIES' EASTERN STAR RING R eg . $ 24.95 NOW $ ALL GIFT ITEMS ON SALE LADIES' BIRTHSTONE RINGS ON SALE FROM $3.95 LADIES' 17 JEWEL WRIST WATCH SALE PRICE $9.95 MEN'S WEDDING RINGS FROM $8.95 ^^••HH^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MBB. wt^mii^^^^^^S^^^SSSSSSSSS^^^SSSm MAN'S WATCH SALE $29.00 MAN'S MASONIC RING REG. $39.95 NOW $19.88 MEMS' WATCHES FROM $7.95 MAN'S RUBY RING REG. 516.95 NOW $8.88 WATCHBANDS FROM $1.50 CHINA- CRYSTAL- SILVERWARE - STAINLESS STEEL COME IN & BROWSE AROUND 1 • A Piece Silver COFFEE SERVICE Reg. $60.00 NOW $36.98 WlITGEN JEWELERS AIGONA, IOWA 4 Piece 1—Chrome COFFEE SERVICE SALE PRICE $14.98

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