Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1965
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THURSDAY, P68. 11, MS ALdONA (Iswaj Mental Health unit elects '65 officers The Kossuth County Mental Health Association, Inc., held its annual meeting for the election of officers and directors at the Kossuth County Courthouse Jan. 19. Officers elected were as follows: ,1. C. Everds, Algona, president; Angus Cotton, Lone Rock, vice-president; Mrs Clarence Brandt, Titonka, secretary; and Dr. Lou Snydor, Algona, treasurer. Directors chosen were Elgin Allen, Algona; Dr. Dan Bray, Algona; ,Leo Cassel, Algona; Rev. Newton Coughenour, Algona; Gilbert De Boer, Ledyard; Mrs Lucille Everds, Algona; Mrs Margaret Lindeman, LuVerne; Rev. Paul Ofstedahl, Lakota; Dr. E. W. Ruske, Fenton; Father Leo Schumacher. St. Joe; Don Welp, Bancroft; and Mrs Marion Will, Algona. Most of the officers and directors were instrumental in the promotion and organization of the Association, and were holdovers from the previous year. SUBSEQUENT to the approval of the Kossuth County Medical Society and the County Board of Supervisors, the Kossuth County Mental Health Association affiliated with the Mental Health Center of North Iowa, with offices' at Mason City. This enabled any citi/en of Kossuth County to avail himself of services at that center. Anyone desiring conferences, consultation and treatment, when necessary, can apply directly to the clinic by writing to the Mental Health Center of North Iowa, Highway 18 West, Mason City, Iowa, or by calling 424-2075, Mason City. Persons also may be referred by physicians, clergy, school authorities or lawyers. It is the fervent hope of the Kossuth County Association that everyone seeking help for' himself or others, will not hesitate to contact the Mason City Center. Now that the Board of Supervisors has agreed to help finance the project, it is extremely urgent that we use all of the aid available to justify their support. THE CHARGE for the' services is based somewhat on the ability to pay, ranging from a token minimal fee to a nominal charge. However, no one unable to pay will be denied the he Kossuth County Association may contact officers, directors, or any members. Memberships are available for $.1.00 per year, and any funds collected will be used in a program of education, advertising and promotion, 'lubs and organizations can se- :ure film relating to Mental Health by calling 295-3223, Algona. Meetings Will be held throughout the year to acquaint people with the needs of the emotionally disturbed, and with the facilities and services offered for their diagnosis and treatment. Two charged after crashes over weekend services of the Center; the County has made funds available to make treatment possible for just such cases. Anyone interested in joining Sister-in-law dies Monday Supt. 0. B. Laing attended the funeral services Wednesday at Iowa Falls for his sister-in- law Mrs Lean Laing, 50, who died Monday at Iowa Lutheran hospital, Des Moines, following injuries suffered in a two car auto crash Saturday on highway 65 four miles north of Colo, Mrs Laing and her husband were driving to Des Moines when their car collided with one driven by Archie George, 83, of Nevada. The accident happened at a county road intersection. She suffered a broken leg, arm and jaw. Her husband, 52, an insurance adjuster, suffered a broken wrist, cuts and bruises. Mr George was 'taken to a hos.- pital at Nevada with six broken ribs, and a collapsed lung. Cars driven by Duane L. Seegebarth, 17, Lone Rock, and Timothy L. Claude, 17, Algona, collided on South Phillips street Sunday afternoon. Tim was headed south on the outside lane and the auto driven by Seege- barth was headed in the same direction in the inside lane when the driver attempted to make a right turn. Damage to the right side of the Seegebarth auto was estimated at $300, and $150 to the left front fender, hood, light and bumper of the Claude car. Seegebarth was charged with failure to change lanes safely. Tuesday morning when it was misting and the streets were icy two cars collided at the corner of Call and Thorineton. Kenneth J. Roethler was driving east on Call street when his car was struck by one driven by Irene E. Waldron who was headed south on Thorington. An estimated total damage to both cars amounted to $45. Mrs. Waldron was charged with failure to enter the intersection safely. An estimated $350 damage was done to three autos involved in an unusual collision Saturday evening at 7:30. Roger L. Keith was pushin e Ja ...car. driven ...by Lynn J. Keith,' 17, backwards to start it as the latter car had no back bumper. The car was going east backwards on State streei and hit a half-ton pickup, owned by Algona Auto Repair, which was parked in front of Wayne Meyer's home on the south side of the street. No charges were filed. Mrs. Shierk's brother dies in Wisconsin The brother of Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Algona, died at Kenosha, Wis. Sunday. Earl A. Randall, 66, died in a hospital there after a short illness. Mrs. Shierk and daughter, Delthea, student at Northwest Missouri State Teachers college, attended services, which were held Tuesday morning with burial at Kenosha. Mr. Randall was in the radio advertising business and is survived by his wife, two daughters, his mother, one brother and one other sister. Reverend Jesse Glover, originally from Surrey, England, established the first printing press in the colonies in 1638, The Cambridge Press, though he never lived to see it. . 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