The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 12, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 12, 1967
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4—Algeria, (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, Jan. 12, 1967 Fatality Record Not Good! 46 47 48 49 50. 51 52 53 54 55 56 5/J 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 The graph above tells a tragic story - the 21-year story of death on highways, roads and streets In Kossuth county. Preceding 1946, records on auto fatalities, not only In Kossuth, but elsewhere, were sketchy to say the least!" So, our chart covers the period In our county's history which Is correct, statistically. Figures on the left side of the scale Indicate number of persons who died, while the years 1946-66 are shown across the top. Twelve victims In I960, which matched our recent-history high (also registered In 1953 and 1957), brought the 21-year total In Kossuth to 166 human beings who died on the highways. Most enforcement officers, as well as citizens, would of course favor zero In the left column every year - but know that Is impossible as long as highway vehicles remain the principle method of travel. Meanwhile, see what you, as a driver, can do about Improving Kossuth's mark In 1967 - let's get It back down near the 1956 score of three. Play It defensively when you are behind the wheel - and stay alive I MRS. MARY OLSON was visited Monday by her niece, Mrs. Gary Alberts, Klenrne, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover. WALTER HEERDT IS hospitalized at St. Ann and is slightly improved from a stroke lie suffered a few days before Christmas. His daughter, Mrs. Allen Wagner, whose husband has a service station in which he became ill, was with him in the office and kept him from falling. He was taken to St. Ann at once and later had a heart attack and while still In serious condition, there has been some improvement. MR, AND MRS. Claude Dearchs have had as recent guests their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cumpston, Atlantic, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hutchings and the respective families. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Jasperson are expecting Mrs. Orlo Ball, Prescott, Ariz., for a visit tliis month, the date not definitely determined. She is a sister-in- law of Mrs. Jasper son. MR. AND MRS. Jim Geelan have returned from a few days' visit at Des Moines with the former's brother, Jack and family. MYRTLE TURNBAUGH spent from Monday till Friday at St. Ann hospital having a check-up. MR. AND MRS. Leslie Sorensen had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Roland Chaffee, Burt. MRS. MAY Raney recently visited her son ind daughter-in- law, Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney at Wesley. MR. AND MRS. Chester Schoby are leaving Sunday for Phoenix, Knipco-for the HEAT that hits the spot You can' roll a Knipcn portable heater just about anywhere. Plug it in and you get instant heat. Steady heat. Heat that lets you work in comfort in below zero weather. Outdoors or in. Put a cold, stubborn tractor engine in the jet blast of a Knipco heater, and in a fev minutes — no more starting problem! Keep livestock warm. Thaw pipes. You'll find a hundred cold weather chores for this dependable heater. Control it with a Knipco thermostat and you can set it and forget it. Come see us. You'll save money and get winter work done easier and quicker, with spot heat help from Knipco. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 7015 NORTH MAIN ALOONA 00 G0 Week Of Jan. 16 thru 21 PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA *>*» » >*"» Ariz, where they will visit Mr. Schoby's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Thoresen. They will also see Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Turner at Sun City. Mrs. Turner will be remembered as Louise Malone, former Algonan, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richards of Phoenix. Mrs. Richards will be remembered as Mrs. Elsie Reed. From there the Schobys will go to El Paso, Texas and will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fries. Mrs. Fries is the former Beth Annis, Algona librarian many years. MRS. HAROLD Schumacher, nee Betty Pratt, Whittemore, was home from Iowa City for over the holidays and is again in University hospital at Iowa City for continued treatment. MR. AND MRS. Beecher Lane have returned from White Bear Lake, Minn, where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiebusch. Mrs. Wiebusch, the former Gloria Lane, observed a birthday, the reason for the parental visit. MR. AND MRS. William Dau Sr. left Monday for Islamarada, Fla. and will remain there till spring. They have a house trailer there which is looked after by a caretaker who has several more under supervision. MR. AND MRS. James Anderson had as holidays guests the latter's sister Marie Undholm, San Francisco, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. John Alstad, Boulder, Colo., Andrew Anderson, Rice Lake, Wis., David Undholm and Mr. Anderson's mother, Mrs. A. P. Anderson, Royal, who remained for a few days visit. MR. AND MRS. Robert Dransfeld were at Mason City recently to visit the latter's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Farrer. MR. AND MRS. August Slagle and t • son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Duncan, were recently at Sheldon to see Mrs. Lou Bassett, who had been sick but is now recovered. Mrs. Bassett is a daughter of the late Mrs. Kate Stacy whose father was Rev. Taylor of pioneer days. MR. AND MRS. Wm. Goetsch of Livermore, accompanied their son-in-la\v, Jon Putnam '.f Algona, to Ponca, Nebraska, Monday. On Tuesday they attended the closing out farm sale of Jon's parents theDarel Putnams. They are retiring from farming. Mrs. Putnam is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Goetsch. PATRICK HEGARTY, son of Mrs. Blanche Hegarty and the late Pat Hegarty, visited his home and with relatives here during the holidays. He left Monday to return to classes at Our Lady of the Ozarks College, Carthage, Mo., taking with him Louis Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Studer, Wesley, who also spent the holidays at home. The first power-driven printing press was constructed in 1811 by a Saxon called Frederick Koenig. The first cylinder presses were erected in the Times, London, to print the November 29, 1814 issue. Bitrt Calendar COMMUNITY EVENTS COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, Jan. 12 - Past Matrons Club meet with Lulu Hawcott and Lorraine Campney at 2:15 p. m. FRIDAY, Jan. 13 - Basketball, Armstrong here, 1 p. m. MONDAY, Jan. 16-State Line Band Festival at Swea City, 8 p. m. Lions Club, 6:30 p. m. TUESDAY, Jan. 17 - "Open Installation" Eastern Star, 8 p. m. CHURCH CALENDAR BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davles, Pastor SUNDAY, Jan. 15-Dlvlne Worship Services, 9 a. m, Sermon Topic "What Do They Mean Population Explosion?" Sunday School, 10 a. m. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 18-Shlrley and Gladys Circle meetings, 2 p. m. Janice Circle meeting, 7:30 p. m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davles, Pastor THURSDAY, Jan. 12-Meeting for parents ot confirmation class, 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY, Jan. 15 - Sunday School, 10 a. m. Divine Worship, 11 a. m. Sermon "What Do They Mean - Population Explosion?" THURSDAY, Jan. 19 - Men's Club, 7:30 p, m, ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehllng, Pastor SUNDAY, Jan. 15-Dlvlne Worship Services, 8 a. m. Sunday School, 9 a. m. Annual voter's meeting, 1 p. m. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 18 -Religion Class, 6 to 7:45 p. m. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor THURSDAY, Jan. 12- Meeting of Building Committee, 1 p. m. SUNDAY, Jan. 15 - Sunday School, 9 a. m. Divine Worship, 10:15 a. m. Sermon "The Church's Involvement In The World." TUESDAY, Jan. 17-Sessions Meeting, 7:15 p. m. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 18-U. P. W. Meeting, 2:15 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, la. Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, Jan. 15 - Morning Worship, 10 a. m. SundayChurch School, 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. SATURDAY, Jan. 14 - Communicant's Class, 9:30 a. m. MONDAY, Jan. 16-Adult Bible Study, 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 18-Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor FlK'n Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, Joey and Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosser and Randy were guests In the Donald Ringsdorf home for an oyster supper and dessert Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings are taking care of the S. R. Parsons farm while Mr. and Mrs. Parsons are visiting their daughters in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Harmon of Algona spent New Year's Eve in the Hugh Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hildman, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith were guests in the homo of Vivian Dutton New Year's night. Mr. and Mrs. Mennett Trunk- hill returned home Wednesday night after visiting the David Westons in Winnebago, HI. Marvin Peterson of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson and Donna of Algona were Sunday dinner guests in the Mennett Trunkhill home. This was to celebrate the birthdays of Marvin, Mrs. Jerry Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Trunkhill. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven went to Boone recently where they attended the 25th weddinj anniversary of Jay's niece and husband, the Lowell Leningers. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steven and famUy of Ruthven were Sunday overnight guests in the Jay Steven home. Carl Johnson of Algona and Ruby Alexander of Ft. Dodge were Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen received a letter from Mr. and Mrs. David Rasmussen recently. They are nicely settled in an apartment in Tucson, Ariz. Washington is getting religious! 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