The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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1 City Gets Safety Award Mayor C. C. Shierk and Police Chief Al Boekelman, on behalf of the city of Algona and its residents, .accepted a safety plaque' from Frank Ulish, Ft. Dodge, field director of ihe Safety Education Division, Iowa Department of Public Safety, at ; the city hall Wednesday evening, June 28. The iplaque is 'emblematic of the City's no traffic death record during .the past year and for a progressive accident .prevention-program. - < '•'• ' * . ' •• Boekelrrian is shown at the lejt, Ulish in the center and Mayor Shierk at the right in the above photo. A traffic inventory analysis for the year 1960 was also presented by Ulish. The analysis outlined the city's safety record —traffic-Wise. . : There were 11 injury traffic accidents during the year, compared 1 to a three-year average of 16 in previous years; school safety educa- • tion, 'public safety ed. and safety organization need ; strengthening; more center lines on streets were recommended; higher salaries and more training (for police officers were suggested; driver ed. for 100 percent of eligible high school pupils, bicycle inspection, driver education introduction into parochial school 'and more safety meetings "in the community were also recommended. Formation of a citizen's safety committee was recommended and the Junior Chamber of Commerce and Chamber of Commerce, Al' gonia school and city officials, police department, sheriff's office, press and rddio and ilocal citizens were complimented for their cooperation and fine record during 1960. (UDM Polaroid Photo-Engraving) , . Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward,:, Mr. a'ftd Mrs. Hartan Lacy, Mrs. and- family, HaSelcrest,, lli. r and taey'S daughter, and family, Mr fidget Steward. 'Fayette/arrived and Mrs. K. ^Smith^an_d_Mr: Class Of 1951 Held Reunion «**' !> At Burf Sunday Burl — A banquet-reunion -of .the members of the 1951 graduating class of Bur't high school .tvas held Sunday evening, July I, at Van's Cafe in Algona. Robert Angus, acted ( as master of ceremonies of • the -program which followed the banquet. The program included group singing, led by Mrs. Johnny Harms; duet numbers by Mrs Harms and Joan Gifford; the .class prophecy by Mrs. Jack Nyman and the class will by Mrs .Bay Lavrenz.' Exerpts* taken 'from ^school papers of Interest ,to^ the group were read by\Mrs. Eugene 'Meyer. , . * Earl Stevens, former Burt principal, was present and spoke to the group. Each class member reviewed his life since graduation and letters from class members and teachers unable to attend were read by Mrs. Larry Holding. The group voted to hold a reunion again at the 'end of 15 ,years. The following committee •was selected to make arrange- nients for it: Mrs. Eugene Mey- gr, Mrs. Johnny Harms and Mrs Larry Nemmers. Present were Mr.- and Mrs Larry Nemmers (Jo Ann Schnic- der), Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs Richard Furst (Fern Habcgar) • Humboldt, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Nyman, (Yvonne Ditsworth), Bancroft, Mrs. Bert Baldwin (Charlotte Dremmel), Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer (Eunice Wittkopp), Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding, (Palma'Joy Olson), Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lavrenz (Velma Wieske), Burt, Mr. ana Mrs. Robert Angus, Burt, and Joan Gifford and Mr. and Mrs Earl Stevens, West Bend. Condition Better The condition of Norman Mitchell, who underwent major surgery at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, is much improved at this writing. His mother, Mrs Don Mitchell, has been with him during his stay there. Mr. and Mrs. John Nyman Swea City, were Sunday visitors at the Helen Johnson home. .. A/3c' Wayne Christensen is home on leave frpm a California Air base. He is visiting with his mother, Mrs. Alyira Christensen in Algona and with relatives and friends in Burt. • An-all congregational family fellowvihip night will be held at the Methodist church Monday evening, July 10. The fellowship gathering will honor Rev. Bohi and his- fahiily.ilt Ayill'begin with a pot luck supper promptly ai 7 p.m. '' Mrs. Dean -Andrews, WSCS president,-i presided at an executive : board meeting held at-the church Friday. The 'meeting followed ja 9 o'clock coffee hour Present were Gladys" Hawcott Mary Jean Andr^ws.j Rowena. Ryerson, Lurena-Soderburg, Stella Geesman, Ge'neviene Grahajn'' Beulah Davis, Francis Sarchet Elsie Lockwood, Hazel Larson Lefie McMullen, Beth Miller and Ruby Hinckley. , Rev. and Mrs. Fred Samek and Cheryl Ann spent Thursday and Friday in Cedar Rapids where Rev. Samek officiated at the wedding of a friend. They also visited with his father, Fred Samek, Sr., and brother, David and family. The Sameks moved on Wednesday of this week to their new home at Floyd. Carilyn Hinckley spent las' week with her sister, Marilyn who is working as an occupational therapist aid at Oakdale. Mrs. Anna Bierstedt, who hat- been residing at Wilfair Haven moved Friday into the Helen Johnson home, where she will now make her home. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Abbas, Judy and Janice spent several days this past week enjoying northern Minnesota fishing. Mr, and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Duanu attended a Hinckley family reunion Sunday at the Ray. mond Aldrich home near^Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Schaller became the parents of their firs: child, a daughter at St. Ann hospital Friday. The Schallers moved into the Robert Lovstad home Saturday. , How much Interest will you pay in 19W IT COULD BE LESS . . , if you have a Land Bank Loan! Three times in the past the Federal Land Bank has voluntarily reduced the interest rate pn all easting loans-— a reduction 'ma,d<j p<$ bep«us§ the Land Bank is owned by those use its services. Come in and let us tell about the many advantages of a Land Bank loan on land, whether it's used to pay off cjtebts, to buy land, to make improvement* or for other purposes. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASS'N. E. H- "Gene" Hutchirw, AUQ0NA (*QW»h ?f Penney's) M«n, f QBiST 'CITY (W. of F«?r«»er Hotel) Tv«fs}*y * , , Saturday, tb visit over . thV j 4tli with the parental Walter Stewards. . , ' Mrs.'Wm. Larsen, Verlin, IJeati and Jane, Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mrs. Hattie Hulterstrum ar*' rived home Tuesday after a visit With relatives; at Litehfiela Minn., Miiner and Hettinger, N S , and several points in S. D. rs. Anna Presthus of Algona remained at the Johnson home during their absence.; Rev. and Mrs, Fretf Samek i were Monday • evening dinner' guests at the Al Hinckley home, . . and Mrs. Cliff Holding enjoyed a barbecue at the Holding home Monday evening. ^^^^^V^^^Q • LuVerne By Mrs.'Pern Biglngs Mr. and Mrs. Don Cobk of Indianola Were July 4th Visitors with relatives here and hei mother, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bowman, Algona. • Mrs. Jarries Mallory, and Mrs. Vern Daley, attending summei school at Drake in Des Moines, spent the holiday we'ekertd at their homes. Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman, Marty and Martha Of Lynn Hav- ven, Florida, arrived for their vacation, Visiting in the parental Mr. and-Mrs. J. O. Marty home. Dale Larimer of Jeffersonville, 111., was a holiday weekend visitor with relatives here and his mother, Mr. and 'Mrs. Dean Bowman at Algona. _^ Mr. and Mrs." Henry ' Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty, their granddaughter, Joanne Marty were-Sunday gu«sts Irt the Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Elbert, Sr. home in Fori'da. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Elbert, Jr., and Randy, of Harlan, Son of the Martys. Joanne Marty returned to Harlan for'a week's Visit with Her aunt and family. Guests Sunday In the parental John Ruger home were their.son, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ruger family of Ventura, and a nephew Alfred Rentz of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden 01 Fenton visited their daughter, Mrs. James Mallory Sunday. Mr. and Mrs* Bryce A. Wickett went Monday for ten days at their summer home on Lake Thursday, July 6, 1 96 \ Alflgna (jo.) Upp»f-Pit McKSbwn fcear* Hackensack, Minnesota. . Mr. and Mrs.'Ralph Blumer df Met)6mtihie,"WUc., arrived Sunday |o visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Blumer. While here they and his parents Will go to Farmington, New Mexico, to visit th^ir son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. James Bhtltfer' and' family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus of Des Moines visjted over Sunday with theft- Eofi, 'the Geral'd Hamus'. They..Uook Mfs. Ranius' brother, William, ^chujtz of Livermore, patieftl in the Houston Nursing home In Humboldtv to Des Moines for a Week's visit Victor Knary and daughter Vickie of Mdline, HI., ' arrived Frjday for, a week's visit; in the parental Jimmett Knary home. Vickie \vill visit her uncle, the (Jeorge Merron .family "at Bancroft a few days. Guests* Sunday" ih the Charles Hinz hon^e were Mr, and Mrs. Gus Wegner of, Freebprn, Minn., her son William SchultE Linda ahd Steven of Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Fort Dodge and Richard Wegner, Lu- Verne. Stevdn went home with i his grandmother for a Visit. WEEK-END MR. CLEAN 59 LARGE BOTTLE Gelatin 3 Reg. Pkgs. 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