The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 41
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2-Algona (lo.) Upper DCS Moines Tuesday, Mey IS, 1956^ Lions' Eye Kit Here, Ready For County Use Kossulh county residents were presented with an eye kit by Lions clubs from Al- goriH, Burt, Swea City, Titonka and Wesley Thursday afternoon. The kit, complete with instruments for handling eyes, was delivered to the sheriff's office in the courthouse by A. J. Hatien, Bancroft. Here's how the kit, which is available for use 24 hours ovary day, may be used in the future. First of all. persons wishing to donate their ryes (after death) should notify the nearest Lions club in their area. Following the donor's death, the mortician should notify the county sheriff, highway patrol or any Lion member at once. The eye, or eyes, depending upon the number donated, is then removed by the mortician or a doctor with the delicate instruments included in the eye kit, placed into a small glass jar containing necessary fluid, and the jar is then placed in a large jug containing dry ice. Transportation across the state to the Lions' state eye bank at Iowa City is the next step, and it is accomplished by the Highway Patrol. The jug is hauled from district to district patrol cars at high speed for the eye must be in Iowa City ready for use about six hours after the death of the donor. The record department at Iowa City has a long list of persons needing an eye transplant, and the list furnishes authorities there with the name of a person who will receive the eye. The eye bank at Iowa City has been in operation several years. Total cost of the eye kit was SI 15 and was shared equally by the five Kossuth county clubs. Presidents and secretaries of the clubs, Harry Greenberg, Algona, deputy district governor, and 1 Mr Hatten, zone chairman and Swea City Lions club president, were instrumental in securing the kit. The kit was ordered by Mr Halten Mar. 24, and will be the only one provided for use in Kossuth county. All Lions clubs in the area are interested in getting names of persons desiring to donate their eyes for future use so someone might see. Ella Sig.-sbeo and Howard at Bint. Mrs Johanna Hansen had as dinner guests Sunday her sons- in-hnv and daughters, Mr and Mrs Harold Uavis of Mason City. Mr and Mrs I'larem-e Nielsen of l.uV(Min\ Mr and Mrs I.eland Thavos of Ui-s MmiH's and Mr and Mrs Art \Vit>se. Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch and thrir son-in-law and ikiutihtt'v. Mr and Mrs IHunir Kiloy and son David spent last Sunday at Lu- Venif with Mrs (..nrtsi-h's mother and brother. Mrs Anna GuetsrVi and Arlir. It was a pro-birthday nhsei'vatU'f 1 for Arlie. Mr and Mrs William SoutsaS uf Mason City brought 'home their little grandsonJRandy Thomas, son of Mr and' Mvs Glair Thomas who was taken there Friday by his inothet for the f?w days Visit. Mr and Mrs Donald Jorgenson had as last weekend, Mr and Mrs V. C. Kauerby and daughter Chris find Jane of Ames, Mrs Clara Vauerby of Fenton, and Mr and Mrs 'Delbert Elbert, of Mason City. A family dinner was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs William Me- Mahon's, guests being Mr and Mrs Charles Remeteh of Water- loo. Mr and Mrs Sam Shipler of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Tocld Rickard of Limes Springs and Mrs Neva Ollum of Burt. Mrs Ida Witikdpf was yisiiftd Mothers Day by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mvs Fred Kossick of Marshalltown. In the afternoon they were .joined by the sons and daughters-in-law. Mr and Mrs G. A. WittUopf and Mr and Mrs F,d Wittkopf and families. Mr and Mrs Glen McMurray of Glcndale, Calif., former residents here, came Friday for a visit with Mrs McMurray's mother, Mrs Mary Zittritsch, and other relatives. It was a surprise for Mothers Day on Mrs Zittrit- sch. Mr and Mrs Clyde Amon were visited over the weekend by their son. Jack, a student at Omaha Bible Institute. He is a member of the quartet which took part in the services here at the Regtl-, lar Baptist church Friday, Satur-' day and Sunday. Mr and Mr* Jack Klaus b«* came the parents of a son, Mark Edward, born Monday. Mr and Mrs Edward Kain, are the grandparents and Mrs Mary Kain is great, grandmother for the first time. Mrs Klaus was formerly Phyllis Kain. Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday, May 17, at Marie Parson's home with Eva Patter-, son and Erma Harvey assisting hostesses. The program will be on mental health. This meeting is open to any interested women in the Townshib. Mr and Mrs Joe Willger had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr and Mrs" Joe Krebseck 01 Pocahontas, Mr and Mrs Alfred Miller and Donna May of Corwith and Mr and Mrs Charles Hoffman. Sigwell, son of Mr and Mrs Don Wood, is sick with measles. Mr and Mrs Albert Adams spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with friends. Albert Adams attended a business meeting of the Cal-co company at Fort Dodge. Saturday. Mrs Ed Pilcher has been at a Fort Dodge hospital having a check-up at the clinic. Barbara, seven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Owen Booth, came down with measles Thursday. The Robert Clark and Wendell Feaster families had a picnic supper Saturday at the Ambrose Call State Park. Mr and Mrs Harold Wesley had ;>.s Mothers Day dinner guests the hitter's parents, Mr and Mrs Vern Barker of Bode. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whitehall had their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus as supper guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks were visited one day last week by Mr and Mrs Vern Lovely, former residents here several years ago. The Lovelys live at LeMars. Mr and Mrs Ralph Hasty were visited last week Sunday by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Vern Hasty and family of Duncornbe. 'Mrs Mary Ziltrilsch has been confined to bed several days with pneumonia but is now improved and able to be up part of the lime. * Dr. Kelley, Dr. Hoffman and Dr. Dewcl attended a State Denial Convention in DCS Moines last 4frfYo.Ho-Hp/ £e^\.F<r>a<$L Look afc This ^q-ne ,A< %-X X-v f-,' Mondiiy, Tuesday and day. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley had as Mothers Day dinner |>uesls the hitter's parents. Mr and Mrs Car! Goetsch. the former's mother and husband. Mr and Mrs William Mrs Josephine Scribner, who moved to California a few years ago, is here visiting'her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Vincent Esser and other relatives. Mr and Mrs William Funk, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David and Diane Riley visited Mr and Mrs James Dunk at LuVerne last Saturday. Mrs Lolla Ladendorf was winner of the Mothers Day cake given by Leah's Bakery for the oldest mother registering. Mrs Ladendorf, 84 years old, is in very good health. The Goodwill Industries truck will be in Algona May 29. 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