The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1967 · Page 10
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---——• -••• imti nuw •»••!•« I Iff) M AROUND ALGONA By RUTH SHIERK MRS. G. W. STILLMAN and Mrs. R. M. Phillips will attend a four-state library conference in Milwaukee Oct. 11-14. States participating in addition to Iowa include Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois. The two ladies are making the trip by auto. MR. AND MRS. Richard Thoreson and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skog- strom plan to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones at LaCrosse, Wise, next weekend. Mrs. Jones is the former Marcia Stillman. HOSTESS TO the P.E.O. Sisterhood last Tuesday was Mrs. Rex Taylor. Mrs. G. W. Still-; man presented the program on new trends in education. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Lytle were her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Amunson of Brownsville, Texas, who will remain until sometime next week. They have spent the summer at Leech Lake, Minn., where they occupied the trailer home of their son, Bob. BILL MILDER, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Milder and a student at St. Benedict's in Atchison, Kansas, was met by his father in Des Moines Friday. He spent the weekend with his parents and attended the Garrigan Homecoming game and the Band Festival. Bill returned to school Sunday. MIKE SMITH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith and a student at St. Mary's at Winona, returned to before they start! DEFECTIVE WIRING Be sure to replace all frayed or worn cords on appliances, lamps. Never hang extension cords from hooks. Get extra protection from adequate insurance. GUARD AGMNST BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY 109 N. DODGE s ALGONA IJUJ-J:UmmM?l WEEK THIS COULD HAPPEN TO YOU Farm buildings are easy prey to fire. Today's a good time to start checking them for fire hazards. It's also a good time to add fire insurance to your protection. Be sure you're fully covered. See us today! Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. VOUt FttENO MFOii i AFTER THE FWf 119 N. PODGE ST. —* AIGONA, IOWA Ufa Scuffnom. Stc. classes Monday after spending the weekend with his family. He attended Garrigan Homecoming and the Band Festival. THREE KOSSUTH ladies attended the tea Saturday in Des Moines for Democratic ladies. They were Mrs. Maude Ellefson, president of the Kossuth county Democratic Women's Club, whose category was that she contributed to her community in voluntary activity; Mrs. Mary Kahler, Burt, secretary of the Democratic Women's Club, whose category was that she is a young person under 30 who excels in Democratic party work; and Mrs. Ruth Hurlburt, Swea City, vice chairman of the county Democratic Central Committee, with her category as the woman who has served as an elected officer. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Riedinger and sons, Eric and Ronnie, attended the Iowa Falls football game last Friday evening. On Saturday, they visited their son Don, a freshman at the University of Northern Iowa and attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo. MRS. WILLIAM C. DAU entertained members of her bridge club Tuesday at the Dau mobile home at Lake Okoboji. Attending were Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Mrs. E. W. Lusby, Mrs. Pearl Potter, Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf and Mrs. L. E. Hovey. Guest was Mrs. Marie Lampright. Youth, 18, Shot On Ride Thru Fairgrounds Gary Nelson, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nelson of Britt, was listed as being in fair condition at Hancock County Memorial Hospital at Britt after he had been shot in the abdomen at the Hancock county fairgrounds. An investigation was being conducted by Hancock Sheriff L.M. (Dutch) Brower, Britt police and the office of County Attorney Curtis Riehm. One official identified the man who did the shooting as George Campbell, 70, fairgrounds custodian. Nelson was in the company of five other Britt youths at the time of the shooting, officers said. Two of the youths, Nelson and Jerry Weiskamp, were riding at the fairgrounds on motorcycles when Weiskamp reported to officers that two shots had been fired at him. One shot went over his head, another hit the ground near a foot. The two returned to town, gathered some friends, and returned to the fairgrounds with an automobile. Weiskamp told Police Chief Pete Sluik that he was following Nelson on the motorcycle when he heard Nelson scream and saw him bring his bike to a stop. The youths who had been following in the car got the wounded youth into the car and took him directly to the hospital where he received emergency treatment. Sluik said the shooting was reported to him by Harry Larson. At the hospital, it was discovered that a .22 caliber bullet had penetrated all the way through Nelson's body, entering through the lower left side and piercing his stomach and liver and passing out through the other side of his body. No arrests had been made nor charges filed pending completion of the investigation. Tuesday, Oct. 10, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-tl Authorities said there has been a rash of vandalism at the fairgrounds since mid-August when the county fair closed. About 180 windows in different buildings on the grounds have been broken and machinery torn apart by vandals. Four Licenses Four wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to Kolyn T. Isebrand and Le Ann Gingerich, Sept. 28; John Boland and Charlene A. Kleven, Sept. 29; and Everette Bivans and Hazel Ross; and Roger D. Thompson and Linda Egesdal, Oct. 2. WHY? If you read the Algona Upper Des Moines, YOU KNOWI DON'T GAMBLE WITH FIRE! YOUR PROFIT IS AT STAKE Fire safety rules were not made to be broken. Observe fire regulations and maintain adequate fire fighting equipment at all times . . . your business or industry depends on it. Consult us about fire insurance. ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS SEE US! TEL. 295-3176 206 i. STATE -- ' " i HI.™ »r -^^^v*'-wMi^wr^Bi^^^i/^|^gpFq DON'T GAMBLE WITH FIRE! YOUR FARM IS AT STAKE X i Carelessness can trigger a fire that will destroy your valuable stored grains, livestock, buildings. Protect your farm and your family . . . prevent fires. And check with us for fire insurance to fit farm needs. SUNDET INSURANCE AGENCY I L lirold 295- fc^^^^^^» Harold Sundet 295-2341 L«rry C. Johnson I AldftftA m ***4^"W • AfMi^MfMaii^tA^^M^i^J ^^« r^^mr^ mpijpvfmHiKf^V

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