The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1965 · Page 10
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Safety Award For City Algona's excellent record of no pedestrian deaths for the 16 year period -ending December, 1964, received recognition last week with the presentation of the American Automobile Association Pedestrian Safety Award. The AAA Award, citing the city on its report in the evaluation of pedestrian records and program, was presented to Chief of Police Al Boekelman, left, by Wilson R. Morrison, safety consultant for the AAA Motor Club of Iowa. The marked reduction that has taken place in pedestrian fatalities over the years is the brightest spot in the entire traffic accident picture. Pedestrian fatalities in 1964 totaled 8,900, a reduction of 40 percent from the high point of 15,500 reached in 1937. Morrison said the National Board of Judges selected this city for citation from 63 cities in Iowa eligible for competition. The real award to the city, however, he stressed, was in pedestrian lives saved and the human. suffering averted. Almost every pedestrian accident results in serious injury or death. This makes it essential to place greater emphasis on pedestrian protection activities. The AAA Motor Club of Iowa paid special tribute to the police department and school officials for their cooperation with the local program. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Kampen, Beverly, Peggy and Scott returned home Saturday from a four day vacation to southern and eastern Iowa and they also went into Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Benson and family of Waterloo and Mrs. Stella Day* and Marshal of Dakota City visited Mrs. Annie Leist Sunday. United Presbyterian Women met Friday with Mrs. Jesse Van Busklrk, hostess. Mrs. Mike Frohling gave the lesson and Mrs. Ralph Richards read from "Concern." Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Youngwirth and family of Wheatridge, Colo, spent Sunday at the Donald Cooper home. Kathy Koehl of St. Paul and Sheila Schmidt of Humboldt spent the week at the James Banwarts. NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous Algona (Id.) Upper Dftt Molne* Tuesday, August 24, 1965 New Operator Carroll Willrett, rural Algona, has been named operator of the K & H tank wagon for this area. He replaces Bob Lickteig, who is moving with his family to California. Mr. Willrett is well-known in this vicinity. AMATEUR CIRCUS Fourteen boys and girls of the Ackley area built and staged a circus of their own this month. Dogs and horses we re in the acts, which also included palm-reading and other sideshows. Mrs. Margaret Ballard helped the youngsters stage and rehearse the production. The large audience was enthusiastic over the production. POTATOES Louis Schweitzer of Storm Lake reports that three of his potatoes, grown without watering, grew to a total weight of 3 Ibs. 1/2 ounce. ' HYATT IpiioiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiimiiiiiiiiniii OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald .Usher Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ludwig and Cindy of Santa Monica, Calif., returned home Monday after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson, for several weeks. Dawn Perry of Garden Grove, Cal., who has visited her grandparents, the Hellick- sons most of the summer, returned to California with the Ludwigs. The semi-annual Ottosen Market Day Sale will be held Sept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson returned Saturday from a week's fishing trip to Minnesota and Canada. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nick De'Francisco of. Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Danner and Lorna of Lake Elmo, Minn, were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of Mrs. Selma Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Himrod and children of Humboldt were also Sunday dinner guests and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Axne and two children of Ft. Dodge were Sunday night visitors. Mrs. Charles Welter, Mrs. Harvey Thorsen and Margaret Holt attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pitman at Story City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and family of Maynard visited at the home of his mother, Mrs. Kate Jacobson, from Wednesday until Sunday, Sunday they attended a family picnic at Mallard. Mrs. Gunda Enockson celebrated her 84th birthday Saturday. Afternoon guests were Mr, and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and family, Mr, and Mrs, Roy Enockson, Mr, and Mrs. James Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs, Louis Jacobson, Arlan Jacobson, Margaret Holt and Mr, and Mrs, Merlin Anderson and James of Humboldt and Mrs. Kate Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and family spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behnke. Mrs. Meyer is a niece of Mrs. Behnke. Where Old-World Innkeepinf Hospitality is Revived Everything you ever Imagined. Everything you expect i> provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort at the NEW Hyatt Lodge'— Large Decorator - Designed Luxury Roomi. King-size llcds. Individually Room-Controlled Year-Around "as you like il" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest TV and Radio. Excellent Food. Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, 'Northwest's Finest Automatic Rowling (32 lanes). Billiard Lounge. 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