Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1971 · Page 7
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Glaucoma Test Unit To Give Free Exams A "Glaucomobile" will be in Algona on March 25th and 26th to screen interested persons for glaucoma, the second leading cause of blindness in the United States. Sponsored by the Iowa Lions Sight Conservation Foundation and the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Iowa College of Medicine, the mobile unit will operate from9a.m to 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Members of the Algona Lions Club will provide additional help. Examinations will be free. Testing requires only a few minutes and is done by appointment only. Please call Jim Andreasen at 295-3567 for an appointment. Beginning at the age of 40, and with its highest incidence in the fifties and sixties, glaucoma is surpassed only by cataracts as the leading cause of blindness in this country. Unlike cataracts however, glaucoma causes permanent blindness. Persons with glaucoma suffer from abnormally high inner eye pressure which persists over a period of time. Damage progresses so slowly that the victim is usually unaware of his condition for some time. Persons who visit the glaucoma testing unit in Algona at the American Legion Building at 117 North Dodge will be screened to detect an increased inner eye pressure which may indicate the presence of glaucoma. Such examinations are made with an instrument called a tonometer which measures the pressure of the eye. I IIIIHIII I IIIIIIIIIIIN llllllllilllllllHIIIIIIHIIUIIIIIIIIM AROUND ALGONA MR. AND MRS. Randall Wagner spent several days last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sands. Mr. Wagner was on a 14-day leave from Vietnam where he is a pharmacist with the 18th Surgical Hospital at Quang Tri, near the DMZ. Mrs. Wagner, the former Linda Sands, is living at Davenport while her husband is away. MRS. R. B. WALLER, Mrs. Tom Waller and sons, and Nancy Ressler returned last week from a trip to Illinois, where Mrs. Tom Waller visited her parents at Park Ridge, and Mrs. R. B. Waller and Nancy visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zender at Glen Ellyn, and took in the Theatre Guild production in which Mrs. Zender had a leading role. FRANK STERLING has been a patient at St. Ann for treatment of Phlebitis. SATURDAY, March 13 from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. the Methodist W.S.C.S. will have a bake sale. Coffee will be served to the public. MRS. MAYNARD Miller, who has been hospitalized at St. Ann, was released Thursday and returned to her home at Perry. THE BIRTHDAYS of those at the Good Samaritan Home falling in March were observed Thursday, Feb. 11, by women of Trinity Lutheran church. MRS. CHARLESGeilenfeld,the former Barbara Murphy, is presently employed at Henry's Coiffures i in Algona. GUESTS AT the Marvin Bode home on Thursday evening to celebrate the March 12th birthday of three year old Brian Bode, were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bode and Mr. and Mrs. George Dorweiler. His brother, Kevin, Kenney Dorweiler, Gerald, Roger and Joel Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Webb Orton, Becky and Scott, all of Algona, also were guests. SHIRLEY Wellendorf, manager of Henry's Coiffures, spent the March 1st weekend in Chicago where she attended a show on Fashions in Hair and Make-up, presented by foreign artists. Picked Up Here March 4, Faces C.R. Charges A Fort Dodge man, Willie Love, who was picked up by alert Algona police and law authorities here March 4, asked for a preliminary hearing inCedar Rapids Municipal Court last Thursday on a grand larceny charge. He also asked for a jury trial on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Love is accused by a Cedar Rapids woman, Melinda Love, of stealing her $151 Aid to De- Children payment MRS. ISABEL DAHL entered St. Ann hospital Thursday after suffering two broken bones in her left wrist. It is expected she will' be there but a few days. Rites Held Saturday For J. Erickson Johanna Erickson, 90, of Algona, died Wednesday at her home at 314 So. Harlan Street, Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Chapel at the McCullough Funeral Home with the Rev. Raymond Russell officiating. Burial was in Union Cemetery at Humboldt. Pallbearers were Arthur Gade, Victor Rochleau, John Simon, Ronald Sabin, Herman Bosworth and Harold Sabin. Mrs. Erickson was born at Pella, la. on April 27, 1880, daughter of Jacob and Johanna Dielman Maasdam. She came to Humboldt with her parents at the age of four and was married March 8, 1899 to Peter Erickson at Rutland, la. In 1915 they moved to a farm near Algona where they lived until 1949 • when they moved into Algona. Mr. Erickson died in 1955. Four daughters survive: Ethel Erickson and Grace, Mrs. Ernest Johnson, both of Algona; Helen, Mrs. Charles Stiles, Charles City and Johanna, Mrs. Kenneth Baker of' St. Louis, Mo. Three sons and one daughter preceded. Three brothers and three sisters are also dead. Bill Sigsbee Promoted To Store Manager A former Algonan, Bill Sigsbee, has recently been promoted to manager of the Montgomery Ward store at Platteville, Wise. He was formerly assistant manager of the store at Albert Lea, Minn, where his wife and two small children, Billy, 4, and Christine, 2, will remain until their home is sold. Bill is the grandson of Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and the Harold Hobsons of Algona and his wife is the former Kathy Feaster, daughter of the Wendell Feasters. Cylinder Trio Scholastically High, Augustana Three students from Cylinder attending Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D. are included on the Honor Roll of the college for the first semester. They are Marlin Berkland, Jerilyn Norland and Teresa Norland. To place on the roll, students must average from "B" or better. 8 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, March 15, 1971 37 Named To LuVerne High Honor Roll Dean James, Principal of the LuVerne High School, has released that school's honor roll for the fourth six weeks. 12 have been named to the "A" honor roll where four or more A marks are required and an A does not balance a C. Four or more "B's" are also required for the B honor roll. "A" Honor Roll Senior: Diane Patterson (5), Jennifer Wilhelm (5). Juniors: Don Swanson (5), David Vaudt (5). Sophomores: Garnet Johns, Kim Nielson, Susan Ristau. Freshmen: JeffBristow, Holly DeNio, Laurie Hefty(5), Dale Jergensen (5), Debbie Wolf (5). "B" Honor Roll Seniors: Becky Coyle (5). Juniors: Robert Blake (5), Diane Curry (5), Steve Froehlich (5), David Hanselman (5), Judy Jergensen (5), Layne Lindebak (5), Beverly Nelson (5), Dennis Vaudt (5), Becky Wilhelm (5). Sophomores: Linda Barton, Debbie Hefty (5), Kathy Hurlburt, Joanne Kramer, Charles Legler (5), Terry Thomas (5), Steve Wickett. Freshmen: Harriet Ernst, Mark Hardcopf (5), Jack Hjelmeland, Cynthia Kiley (5), Da- fawn Kinne (5), Jeff Krause (5), Barbara Marty (5), Stephen Spiker. Soil District Election For 3 On Mar. 29 An election for commissioners of the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District will be held In Algona, on March 29, according to Julius Baas, district chairman. Anyone desiring to circulate nomination .papers for ,a qualified elector of Kossuth County, to run for the office of District Commissioner, may do so before March 19. Blanks are available at the District office. Legislative action of the 63rd General Assembly extended services of the Soil Conservation District to include cities and towns. The number of Commissioners will be increased from three to five/All voters of Kossuth County are entitled to vote . in this election. Holdover commissioners are Claude Seely, who has a four year term left to serve, Julius Baas, with two years remaining to serve. Three new commissioners will be elected. The person receiving the highest number of votes will serve a six year term, the second highest number a four year term and the third highest number a two year term. Livermore Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus entertained her 500 club Tuesday. At cards Mrs. Genevieve Weydert won high prize and Mrs. Dale Joiner second high. Lunch was served after cards. CORRECTION It was erroneously reported that Joseph Eich of Bancroft was charged by the Algona police with having no valid driver's license following atwo-car crash in the parking lot at Dunn's grocery last Tuesday. It was the Bode driver, Charles Kubicek, who was charged. Titonka Youth To Tour With College Choir KEITH RODE BLAIR, NEBR. - Dr. Paul Neve, director of the Dana College choir, has announced the names of 60 students who have been accepted as touring members of the choir which is scheduled to leave Blair in early April to present thirteen concerts in Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana and Ohio. The current tour represents the 45th consecutive concert tour for the collegiate singers from Dana. Keith Rode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rode, Titonka, will travel with the choir. He is a sophomore at Dana majoring in English. Keith will also tour with the Dana College band which is scheduled to leave Blair March 7. 25th Wedding Anniversary For 0. R. Persons SWEA CITY - Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Person were honored by their children, Sunday March 7, on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. The Persons were married in 1946 at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. One of the attendants, Mr. Art Person, a brother, was present Sunday. Decorations were red and white and flowers were red roses and white carnations. Dawn Gustafson poured punch, Mrs. Howard Person presided at the coffee service, and Evelyn Person had charge of the gifts. A niece, Marylin Person, registered the some 100 relatives and friends who came to greet the couple. The open house was held by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Person, Eugene Person, and Viola Person, all of Ames and Evelyn Person at home. Walter O'Greens, Swea City, Home From West SWEA EAGLE - Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Green just returned from a month's vacation in the west. They spent the first several days with the Harry Larsons at Mesa, Arizona. While there, they had lunch one day with the Roy Pehrsons and had a nice visit with them. There were several people from this area at Mesa at the time. The Larsons were in Mesa about six weeks, renting a trailer at the Driftwood Mobile Port, owned and operated by the .Earl Theesfields of Armstrong. After leaving Arizona, the 0' Greens toured the Hoover Dam, and spent a night in Las Vegas before going on toSanFrancisco. They spent two weeks visiting with their daughter and family, the Richard Seylars at Alameda. Rick will be graduating this month TWO NEW APARTMENTS READY FOR OCCUPANCY... FOUR MORE AVAILABLE SOON!! Already two of the eight new Hjelmeland Apartments on South Hall Street have been rented. Two others, on the second floor, are ready for occupancy now while the other four first floor apartments, all two bedrooms, will be ready soon. This new apartment home has individual garages for each unit, built-in stove and refrigerator, all rooms completely carpeted and are tastefully decorated and designed for your convenience and livability. It will not be many weeks before all eight of these .apartments are occupied and rented. If you are interested, call John Hjelmeland, Contractor, 295-7286, (after 6 p.m. daily — anytime on weekends) for a tour of the units and further information. from Hayward State College and intends to go on for his Masters. The O'Greens arrived home the third of March. -o- Mrs. Jim Koons was hostess to a post-nuptial shower for her niece, Mrs. Frank Schaap, of Estherville, nee Colleen Koons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Koons, Estherville, Sunday at her home. Some 30 relatives and friends enjoyed the courtesy. Mrs. George WeringaandMrs. Franklin Koons gave readings and traveling bingo was played for a social afternoon. Decorations were in spring colors. Helena Luedtke Rites Sunday At Fenton FENTON - Mrs. Helena Luedtke, 76, of Fenton, died Thursday at St. Ann hospital in Algona where she had been a patient for some time. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton with the Rev. Rex Spicer officiating. Burial was in Eastlawn Cemetery in Algona with the Reese- Henry Funeral Home of Fenton in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were Art Priebe, Ervin Luedtke, Alvin Riggert, Elmer Riggert, Darrell Dreyer and Lee Dreyer. Helena Ida Marie Luedtke was born Sept. 29, 1894 in the Fenton area. Her parents were Albert and Wilhelmine Tietz Schumacher. She received her educa- • tion in the parochial school at Lotts Creek and she was married to Bernhart Luedtke May 20, 1913 in the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Lotts Creek. They farmed southeast of Fenton until 1949 when they moved into Fenton. Her husband died that same She to survived by one <au- fve and several nieces and nephews. She was the daughter of James . of Fenton and one sister, Mrs. Lydia Riggert, Whittemore. Her husband, parents and two brothers preceded her in death. Dora Mitchell Dies Saturday, Rites Pending Funeral arrangements for Dora Mitchell, 87, Algona, were pending at the Hamilton-Wilson Funeral Home Saturday when the Advance went to press, pending the arrival of Miss Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Mary Mallory of Hampton, who was vacationing in Arizona at the time of her sister's death. Dora Mitchell, a resident of the Good Samaritan Home, was taken to St. Ann Hospital Friday where she died early Saturday morning. For many years she LIVERMORE mm I I I I I I I I, - SEE ALGONA vs N. DES MOINES - STATE TOURNAMENT BASKETBALL On Cable TV in Algona! WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17 AT 3:15 P.M. + Channel 9 - KAUS, Sioux City + Channel 7 - KQTV, Fort Dodge + Channel 3 - KGLO, Mason City •• BBMM HBMB ^^^^m-^^^^ m ^^^^_ ^___ » • m§ I 1 I I I EARLY-IN-THE-WEEK - Grocery Specials - MARCH - GO BULLDOGS ! - j State Tourney SNACKS: ELF CRACKERS Saltines FLAVORITE - Reg. or Wavy Potato Chips ARCHWAY Cookies ELF SNACK CRACKERS i 11 oz. 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