The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1968 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1968
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Semi Smashed, Driver Hurt Thursday Thursday, Jan. 18, 1968 Algona (fa.) Upper Des Moines-3 Orrin D< Wajker, 38, Rudd, whose employer said he had driven million miles without a mishap, Was very lucky his first wasn't ' Ttii~ regains of the large semi-trailer truck which he was driving Thursday at 1 a. m. 1 1/4 miles west of Buffalo Center on highway 9 ire shown atxrve. Mr. Walker sustained only body, head and krieeUace rations and possible broken ribs when he was thrown from the smashed cab at right. , > A jMssing motorist picked the driver up and took him to Buffalo l; then he was transfer red to a Mason City ambulance for further treatment. The truck, a big tanker, was headed east when Walker apparently fell asleep. The rig slanted across the highway into the north ditch, then went across the driveway at the Van Horn Salvage Yard before crashing amid some wrecked cars. The tractor of the truck landed about 200 feet past the driveway and the trailer, which flipped on its top, wound up 60 feet east of the tractor. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated the mishap and said the totally-demolished truck was valued at $25,000. He also snapped the above photos. JAMES ALLEN has been dismissed from St. Ann Hospital. He was there for treatment of pneumonia. MRS. MAX MESING and son Wallace were visited Sunday by the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snodgrass, Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. Leonard Goecke were at Carroll and visited the tatter's mother, Mrs. Matilda Mattes. MR. AND MRS. Perry Collins left Sunday for Sulphur, La., where they will visit several weeks with their son Dale and family. MR. AND MRS. Albert Granzow had Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon and Carol as supper guests Sunday. HARRY GODDEN is hospitalized at St. Ann. He had a severe cold and a threat of pneumonia, but is now somewhat improved. MRS. MEL GRIFFIN is home from Garner where she spent some time with her daughter Kathleen, who teaches in the school system there. She was convalescing from cataract surgery, performed at Mercy Hospital, Mason City. ARNOLD GERDIS recently returned from a business trip to Van Wert, Ohio, and Fort Wayne, Ind. He made both trips via plane. MR. AND MRS. Albert Hagg and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Matz and family went to Humboldt Sunday to visit Mrs. Hagg's sister, Mrs. Ruby Dodd. MRS. DAVE) HANSELMANhas accepted the position at the library in the children's department. Her husband is in service, will be joining the National Guard and will be having some schooling. He will also assist his father when it becomes necessary. RAYMOND GILBERT had eye surgery Monday at Memorial Park Hospital, Mason City. It was for removal of a cataract and he will be home in a week. MR. AND MRS. George Harris went to Cedar Falls to bring home their daughter Marilyn, a student at the university. She IN ALGONA *'•* come one... come all... you'// have a ball stocking up on , stockings w SALE ENDS JANUARY 20 reinforced sheer sheer heel, demi-toe run guard cantrace panty hose support sheer REG. $1.50 $1.65 $1.65 $3.00 $3.95 PAIR $1.25 $1.35 $1,35 $2.50 $3.25 3 PAIRS $3.75 $4.05 $4.05 $7 JO $9.75 Sizes: 8'4 ,»horr throvgh 11 Vi long. wlor$: South Pacific* ball rose* town laupa topcu came to attend the wedding of Pamela Hopkins and Roger Ferris. MRS. MARIE HAWCOTT and her brother and sister, Bess and Marie Hopkins, had a few days' visit not long ago from their sister, Mrs. James Bailey, Mason City. Mrs. Bailey came at mid-week and was joined Sunday by her husband. REV. AND MRS. Knute Orton, who have served as missionaries in Africa, have been in the States on leave and have been living at Altoona. They recently adopted a new-born infant, a daughter who has been named Nicky Denise. Rev. Orton is taking a course in denture making and before his assignment some years ago, attended a school of training in the pulling and treatment of teeth, etc. In addition he takes care of the spiritual training and his wife also teaches. They expect to leave for Africa again in June. MRS. WM. SNODGRESS of Algona, is attending a five-day institute on medicare record requirements and other medical record problems in Chicago at the Conrad Hilton Hotel, Jan. 1519. Mrs. Snodgress is employed in the medical record department of St. Ann hospital. MR. AND MRS. William Eisenbacher and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burlingame and Mrs. Delbe rt Moore, all of Algona, were called toGoldfield after receiving word of the accidental shooting of Gary Christopher who is now hospitalized at the Clarion hospital. He attended school here a couple of years ago. Gary is a brother of the women. BONTTA DAHLHAUSER, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Dahlhauser, Whittemore, and a senior at Garrigan High School, received honorable mention in the National Washington Crossing Foundation essay contest recently. She was one of thirteen selected for this award out of the 800 contestants from across the country. SOCIETY NEWS SON IS 1 Mrs. HerbHedulndgaveaparty Saturday in honor of the seventh birthday of her son Tom. Guests were James and John Sindelar, John Geelan, John Strohman, Jeffrey Hayes, Gary Smith and Brian Kooyman. Games were played and refreshments served. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Berninghaus, John and Mike. The honoree's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Neva Munger, was also here from Spencer. - o - BRIDGE LEADERS Leaders at present in the St. Ann bridge round robin are: Arlene Miller and Helene Whittemore, 11,560; Joan Chrischilles and Nyda Kolp, 8,710; Lucille Everds and Nell Linnan, 8,660; Pat Shaw and Chloe Sheakley, 8,000; and Doris McEvoy and Linda Kirsch, 7,970. * o •» TO PLAY 500 Mrs. Esther Helberg is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening. « o - WED 54 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. John Sires were joined at Armstrong Sunday by the latter's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and MRS. Harold Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Olson, at the home of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Olson, whose fifty- fourth wedding anniversary was observed by members of the family. Light refreshments were served. - o - CARD CLUBS Mrs. Lloyd Muckey was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. John Cash entertained her card club Wednesday. Mrs. Duane Dewel was hostess to her card club Monday. - o - HOSTS COFFEE Mrs. John Schutter entertained the Republican Women at a coffee Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Murray Mowers was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday at Van's. - o - COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor entertained their Couples Club Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore were high score winners. SON IS WED Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert went to Waterloo Friday to attend the wedding Saturday evening in First Methodist Church of their son John and Gsraldine Olson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Bernard Olson, Eagle Grove. The ceremony was performed by the bride's father assisted by Rev. Kitterman of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert entertained the wedding party at the rehearsal dinner Friday evening at the Sweden House. John is with the highway patrol and the couple will be at home in Cedar Falls. - o - WHAT WILL REtlRtMINtl HOLD FOR YOU ? Travel, hobbies, fishing ? 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