The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 22
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6-Atgono fla.) Upper P M Melnef Thursday, Otf. W, 19$? Open Drive To Combat Rural Road Mishaps Plans fo: a cooperative attack by Sheriffs and thr Iowa High- tt'ay Patrol on tho secondary road aroidrnt problems have been announced by Sheriff Ralph W Lmdhorst who said action in Kossuth County will begin *oon •.Lieutenant Lloyd Meyer of Highway Patrol District' No ? said a basic plan for the campaign had been developed by representatives of the Iowa State {sheriffs Association and the Department of Public Safety. He said the program' was in line with the policies of both organizations which call for officers to do the most they can toward saving lives and feduc- ln ^i! stato ' s auto accident toll The two officers said the plans call for the Sheriff and the Highway Patrol to participate in in- termittant. but planned, patrols of the secondary roads in this County. "Neither the patrol nor this office can keep somebody on every road in the County all of the time, but we have worked out a program which will put officers in the danger areas at the times we believe they can do the most good.' the Sheriff said. "Our plans are based on maps which show the traffic flow on the secondary roads, and which also show where the fatal acci- f ?"!» have been ha PP c ning," said Lt. Meyer. There is evidence that habitually reckless drivers and those who may think they are only ''just a little drunk," are using the secondary roads as a means of avoiding enforcement officers," the Sheriff said. The officers said the secondary road traffic patrols were being planned for intermittant operation so that reckless or intoxicated drivers will not be able to predict in advance when the Sheriff ° r i 1 ] 1 ?. Hi 8 hwa y Patrol cars Would be on the secondary roads Details of the plan for the seven counties in the patrol district were completed in a meet- Ing of Sheriffs and Patrol officers Oct. 3, 1957 at Fort Dodge. See No Changes In Valuations While 13 Iowa counties have had orders to change property valuations, by the State Tax Commission, no such change is likely m Kossuth County, Leo Said Kossuth County has followed the suggestions and recommenda-, turns of the State Tax Commission, and assurance has been given that the figures compiled locally will be acceptable to the. state. It was announced several days ago from Des Moines that some counties had been ordered to increase property valuations, chief- iy in cities. In several other instances a lowering of the valuations took place. A change in the valuation does not mean that taxes will necessarily change. If valuations rise, the millage levy should go down correspondingly, unless the amount of money to be raised by taxation is increased. The chief purpose of the adjustment is to equalize taxes in some cases The City of Humboldt, for example, was ordered to increase Us property valuations by 10 percent. The White House in Washington was not officially known as such until President Theodore Roosevelt officially gave it that ?o£? e ^ an Executive Order, in 1902. _ n»P * Pmture Tank to? Swlr»l CwwnunOy School put, FenJon, lone Rock «nd KMiutb and Pal^ AltT (Bids Close Oct. n. 1937) Sealed proposals in DUPLICATE will be received by the Board o? Eduoa* tlon, Sentral Community School Ptet- KoL,Th nt0 H' ,H ne AR oc « * nd Seneca. Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties. Iowa until ^8:00 P.M. on the 17th day of October. 1967, at the School Gyro- nasJum Lone Rock. Iowa. At the above sha11 , be accompanied by 'a checkl cashier's check or drawn on a solvent State or National Bank domiciled wtthSi the State of Iowa, in the amount at least equal to 5% of the total amount of the proposal, payable without condl. yf^L&tJS? Owner> The bw wurtty {fwSSS^Stf * 8 . a grantee that the Jh^L^SJ en J er Jr to f contract with the Board of Education, descr the worlt 4escv * be ^ ™ i By virtue of statutory authority a preference will be given to products SS!LP rp YX l . on 'L * row " and coal pro- duc«r within the State of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor. » • period of thirty (30) days after the flat* set for the opening tnereof The gwiwr merves thTHp SnJMt any *"* and «pwJf lca*tp,ns A boua in the form approved by the State of Iowa in Ow luaT^tb* fuU •mount of the contract wiU be re"' 14 ~" oT tfcue successful bidder. fttton Dist. • OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut Oppedohl Mr and Mrs Robert Speich of Algona visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Antone Speich recently. ^ Overnight guests at the Oliver Christenson home wore three cousins. Miss Julia Severson and friend, and Mrs Inger Powell of Des Moines and Mrs Bertha Warren of Slater. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme were recent Sunday dinner guests a the Percy Watnems. Mrs Howard Klein and Michael of Lincoln, Neb., recently visited her parents, Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper. Mrs Mike Coyle and 'Mrs Roy Telford visited Mrs Lela Heiter at Livermore. Recent visitors at the Morgan Hagens were John Jensen and Magnus Hanson of Ft. Dodge and Henry Hanson of Madison, Wis. Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend were dinner guests at the parental Oliver Kinseth home. Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk visited their son-in-aw, Mr and Mrs Lee Holt at Spencer a week ago Saturday. Visitors at the Peter Enockson home, to help their father celebrate his 77th birthday were Mr and Mrs Ernest Enockson of Humboldt, Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlin and Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family. Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson were evening callers. Mr and Mrs Donald Brandhoij and family of Bradgate were recent Sunday dinner guests at her parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle. Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Carie Mae HjjLige spent a day recently at ^p Mount Kinseth home at Algona. Following regular Sunday services at the Presbyterian church a congregational dinner was held. In the afternoon Rev. A. Bameriz conducted communion services. He also baptized, Steven Michael, the infant son of Mr and Mrs Mike Frohling. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Jacobsons. Percy Watnem and Oliver Kinseth were delegates to represent the Trinity Lutheran church at the Eagle Grove Circuit convention at Eagle Grove Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ervin Struecker of Whittemore were evening callers at the Vincent Salz home. Sunday evening callers at the Clem Ludwig home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Yoch and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Nick Mersch of Eagle Grove were Sunday visitors at the- Ed Kemnas. Mr and Mrs Harry Dasen and family of Bode visited Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee. Recent evening callers at the Silas Banwart home were Mr and Mrs Alvin Banwart and children and Mr and Mrs R. Schmidt and children of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Paul Banwart and Mf and Mrs Eli Grimm of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter were recent afternoon visitor* at the home of her sister, Mf aftd Mrs Henry Dearchs Jr. of Algona .Robert Kemna, agriculture teacher at McGregor, visited his parents. Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem visited Mr and Mrs Stanley Keith at Pocahontas, Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Mrs Ted Underberg were evening callers at the Rudy Olson home at Gilmore City. The occasion was Mr Olson's birthday. Mr and Mrs Earl Long and Mr and Mrs H. H. Long of Fairmont were dinner guests at the Ralph Cooper home at Sutherland and supper guests at the Charles Spurlock home. In the afternoon they visited Mrs Ralph Coopeb in the hospital at Hartley and Charles Spurlock in a nursing home at Sutherland. Plum Creek 4-H Plum Creek Boys 4-H Club met at the Donald Etherington home. The meeting was called to order by Roger Keith. Three new members present were Ann Stevens, Joel Ringsdorf, Kenneth Richter. New officers are president, Roger Keithjvvice president, Donald Madse**;. secretary and treasurer, Jim Kain; reporter, Nancy Ringsdorf. The Volga River, which is the longest ' river in Europe, 2,290 miles, is navigable over almost its entire length and lies principally in Russia. Honry Schoffer Burial, LuVerne Graveside rites were held at the LuVerne cemetery on Wednesday, Oct. 9, for Henry Nicholas Shaffer, 62, of Wesley. The Algona VFW post held military rites, and the Blake Funeral home of LuVetne was in charge of funeral arrangements. Funeral services were conducted at the Evangelical Free church at Wesley with the Rev. Percy Carlson officiating. iMr Shaffer died suddenly Oct. 6 at his farm home west of Westey- 1 , Surviving are his • wife, Myrtle; four daughters and two sons — Mrs Robert Shipler of Whittemore, Richard, Fern, Mildred and Roxie, all at home, and Robert of Mason City, fhere are also two brothers ahd three sisters, and six grandchildren. MEET ONE OF YOUR UDM CUssififtdt Pay Dividend* SWEA CITY NEWS Mr and Mrs O. D. Cuftis, ac- «omp«nied by Mr end Mrs Ellis Miller of Sanbotft, returned last week from a sightseeing trip through the Ozarks! Arkansas, and parts of Texas. William Boland, Democratic committeeman, announces there has been considerable Iftterest shown here in the Democratic rally October 23 at Whittemore. Tickets may be obtained from Boland. Mr and Mrs Dennis Recker are the parents of a son, 10 pounds, born October 10 at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Mrs Recker, the former Barbara Jane Peterson, has been making her home with her parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Peterson, while her husband has been serving in the navy. * • .. Martin bahl was appointed to fill the unexpired term of William Christensen on the town council. Christensen resigned September 25. Mrs Hugo Fagerlund entered Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, on Oct. 6 for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Morris Quam are the parents of a daughter, Karen Kay, 7 pounds, 10^4 ounces, born September 23 «t an Estherville hospital. Eagle 4«H ftays The regular meeting of the Eagle boy's 4-H club was held Sept. 30, at Center School. All hew officers were iri charge. Sharon Magnusen led a discussion. The demonstration was given by Patty Roalson. Lunch was served by Mrs Harold Roalson. p.m. to S p.m. Monday through Fridays, according to Idela P. Wood, local board office manager. Change In Hours Effective Oct. 7, the local Selective Service office returned :o a full time schedule. Office hours are 8 a.m. to noon, and 1 HONSBRUCH'S Rexall Ic Sale ENDS SATURDAY! GUARANTEED TO GO thru ice, mud or snow O R WE PAY TH E TOW •ON: NEW I Astern Buyers Neighbors CALL CYpress 4-2411 OR CONTACT ONE OF YOUR 'FRIENDLY WESTER^ BUYERS NEIGHBORS' I r; YOUR HOGS ARE READY TO MARKET. J. F. MURPHY 1 Livermore J. F. Murphy started buying hogs six years ago at Livermore where he buili a new stockyards and office at the southwest part of town. He hit R record year in 1956 when he bought 32,900 head of hogs. This figure Includes those from the Livermore station and the Hardy station which Is managed by Norman Skiye. Murphy served 42 months in the navy during World War II, 35 months of which were served overseas in the Pacific theater. When he came back to Livermore after the war. he started farming just northeast of Livemore. He later started in the hog buying business, In 1942. just before entering the navy, Murphy married the former Cecelia Moore, They live in Livermore. 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