The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1968 · Page 6
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(le.) Upptr D«» Moin*» F«b. Iowa Stroke Group Names Appointees IVA OLK Dr. Robert McCoy, Mason City, chairman, north Iowa Stroke Rehabilitation program, announced the appointments of additional professional staff for the project. Iva Oik assumes the position of project nurse. Miss Oik is a registered nurse, graduated from Allen Memorial hospital, Waterloo, with three years of general nursing experience. She recently completed special training in rehabilitation care of the stroke patient at Houston Clinical Center of Texas Woman's University College of Nursing. Jean Engel, R.N., who has been on the program since its initiation in the fall of 1967, will continue in her capacity as nurse coordinator. The stroke program has been set up to elevate the level of care of the stroke patient in hospitals and nursing homes through professional education programs directed at improving the quality of nursing and rehabilitative care provided by the hospital and nursing home personnel. The project also provides assistance to stroke patients in their homes who do not have access to other rehabilitation services.. All stroke patients are eligible for this service but must have a referral from their personal physician. Dr. John M. Schutter, Algona, and Mrs. 0. L. Nasby, R.N., Algona, are members of the board in Kossuth county. Dead Animal Disposal Law Is Very Strict At the annual meeting of the Iowa Render's Ass*n. at Des Moines Feb. 1, Dr. M. E. Pomeroy, Chief, Division of Animal Industry, Iowa Department of Agriculture, emphasized the fol- • lowing: "Iowa law, Chapter 167.18, places the responsibility for the proper disposal of the body of a dead animal upon the owner of the animal." Proper disposal is defined as cooking at a licensed rendering plant, burying or burning. Such carcass must be disposed of within 24 hours and may not be transported over a public highway other than In an approved vehicle operated by a licensed rendering plant. Dr. Pomeroy stated further that it is the responsibility of the Division of Animal Industry to see that provisions of the law are complied with and all field personnel have been instructed to this effect. At this time we are in a hog cholera eradication program, as well as other disease eradication programs, making it imperative that the Animal Disposal Law be strictly enforced. Oftosen Couple Wed 41 Years; Host Family OTTOSEN-Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel celebrated their 41st anniversary Feb. 16. Sunday,, the took their two daughters and families out for dinner. They are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and five children and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause and two daughters. They went to the Zinnel home to visit in the afternoon where they were also supper guests. SISTER PASSES Funeral services for Mrs. •' Dewey Lanning, sister of Mrs. W. G. Cooper, were held Sunday at Bradgate. Among those attending were Mrs. Cooper, Ralph Richards, Mrs. Loten Daniel, Mrs. Essie Cooper, Naomi Struthers, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, and Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Arne Jotten and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico were Saturday night visitors at the home of Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen. They cele- barted Mrs. Jotten's birthday. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas spent the weekend at the home of her daughter, the Waldo Smebys, Mason City. She helped her grandson Douglas Smeby celebrate his fourth birthday Fob. 17. American Legion Auxiliary held an all-day rag sew Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Victor Meyer. Seven members and three guests, Mrs. Merle Halsrud, Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Edward Zinnel, were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster attended funeral services for her aunt, Mrs. Dewey Lanning at Bradgate Sunday. Mrs. Essie Cooper spent Thursday and Friday at the Hollis Cooper home at Humboldt. Mrs. Hollis Cooper broke her left thigh bone a week ago and is a patient at Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge. Sunday supper guests at the home of Mrs. Essie Cooper were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper, Hollis Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper and son. Mrs. Clara Spurlock accompanied the Ralph Coopers and will visit a while at the home of her brother, Earl Long. Richard James Kinseth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth, celebrated his tenth birthday Feb. 17. Sunday visitors were Mrs. Elaine Kinseth, Tom and Susan and Patty Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug were Sunday night visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams entertained their card club Sunday night. Their extra guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson. Mrs. Oppedahl had high score for women and Mrs. Archie Johnson low. Robert Croker had high score for men and Dr.T. M. Rossing, low. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper, Mrs. Clara Spurlock and Mrs. Essie Cooper were Sunday coffee guests at the Earl Long home. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson were Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Gross home, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper and family visited his grandmother, Mrs. Essie Cooper, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lothian were Thursday night visitors at the Roy Jacobsons. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and family were Sunday dinner guests of the Dean Telfords. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen were Tuesday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Geerdes and Mrs. Tina Saathoff, Pomeroy. Mrs. Richard Krause and daughters and Mrs. Louis Jacob son were Thursday dinner guests at the Edward Zinnel home. Richard Krause was a supper guest and they all visited Louis Jacobson at the Emmetsburg hospital that evening. Stephen Evenson visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evenson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maach at Humboldt Sunday. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Darrell Benjamin and Fred Benjamin were Thursday supper guests at the Darrel Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. Duwayne Benge and Kathy were Saturday night visitors at the Merle Halsrud home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Borkowski and Patty were Sunday visitors at the Robert McCormack home at Rutland. Mention Straub As Potential State Candidate The name of Joseph Straub of Algona has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the Democratic nomination for state attorney general, in the state press. He has served as Kossuth Democratic chairman for a number of years. He said Monday that even though some state party leaders had asked him about potential candidacy, he had not given it serious thought. He is a partner in the Algona law firm of Linnan, Lynch & Straub. 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