The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1959
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^••••••••••••MMIIMtlMtlMIMtlim If- r- A' TIT Opens , Aug. 31 YOU May BE Responsible For A Child's Health or Life In these days of "automatic-this" and "power-that" the operation of a motor vehicle has become practically automatic ... . but keep this in mind . . . there can NEVER be a completely automatic vehicle! In spite of modern technology, an automobile remains an inert, inanimate mass of steel and rubber, , .powered by hundreds of powerful horses , . . an'awesome behemoth,with lethal possibilities, unless controlled by YOUR ' hand^jrOUR feet^ YOUR eyes^and YOUR judgement! , ,-? A childs judgement is often rash . . . and quite often .wrong. This is expected of children—they just don't know any better. But your fellow citizens, through elected authority, have expressed their confidence in YOUR judgement. They have placed the lives of their children in your hands . . . literally—in the form of your operator's permit. Remember, your driver's license is v NOT a hunting license. There is no open season on children! When in doubt . . . STOP! ' When school is open, the chances of a pedestrian-car traffic accident are greatly increased. Every morning and 'every evening for the 180 days of the school year there will be an esimated 1,450 children of school age going to and .Doming from school. Some walking .... some will be in school buses . . .others will be in cars. Some will be careful about crossing streets and roads, most of them will not. Children are carefree and happy, not aware of any danger that may be near. Here is where you have your job to do. Protect these future citizens of ours by driving as if each child on the street were your own. Observe These Rules For "School's Open" Traffic Safety: , 1. DON'T drive a mechanically unsafe car. Make sure brakes, steering and tires, are in perfect condition! 2. DON'T ever exceed the legal speed limit; when near a school district... drive much slower! ( *•".-• 3. NEVER pass a stopped school bus from either direction. There may be a .child coming out from behind it! 4. ALWAYS slow down at intersections and alleys. Children don't always stop to think about oncoming cars! 5. DON'T ever let your attention wander to your companions or the scenery. An alert driver is a careful driver! j 6. STOP for all specially marked school crossings. Children recognize these as their safety-way to cross the street. Don't abuse it. KENT MOTOR CO. State & Jones Ford Cars & Trucks CY 4-3504 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. State & Hall ~ Chevrolet Cars & Trucks ~ CY 4-3554 J & L MOTORS 105 No, Hall - Plymouth • PeSoto - Chrysler * Imperial - CY 4-3279 m • DAU'S GARAGE 125$, Podge •— Olds - Rambler 4-4144 So. Phillips St. PERCIYAL MOTORS — t Dodge - Plymouth — CY 4-2471 TAYLOR MERCURY So. Phillips St. Mercury - Edsel CY 4-2467 109 W, State ERNIE WILLIAMS •— Pontiac * Cadillac - CY 4-4681 SCHULTZ BROS. So, Phillips St. Buick CY 4.4655 AIGONA UPPER DBS MOINES ALGONA, IOWA, THUttftAY, AUGUST 27, Wed Recently Here Mr and Mrs Francis John Bauer are shown after their wedding August. 1 in SI. Cecelia's Colhollc church here. The bride is the former Sharon Kay Eric-son, daughter of Mr and Mrs .Stanley Egel, md the bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs Frank Bauer, Bancroft. The couple are at home at Blue Earth, Minn, where Mr Bauer manages the airport. (Glenri's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving), Zumach-Shipporeit Nuptial Ceremonies Held Aug. 16 Whittemoro — Sunday, Aug. 10, at 0:30 p.m., Agnes Shipporeit. local teacher at St. Paul's Lutheran school in Whittemore of Ainsworth, Neb., became the bride of Marcus Zumach of Whit- lomore at Zion Lutheran church in Ainsworth. Res'. Alvin LaOo officiating at • the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Rudloph Schipporeit of Ainsworth and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach of Whittemore. The bride wore a dusty rose lace street dress and white accessories and wore a while orchid corsage. 'Mrs Howard Esser,, sister of the bridegroo mof Algona, was the bride's attendant. Ralph Schipporeit, brother of the bride, attended the bride- groo mas best man. After the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlor. The bride is a graduate of Ainsworth high school and Concordia Teachers college in Seward, Neb., and is a grade teacher in St. Paul's school here. The bridegroom is a graduate of Whittemore hi'gh school and is employed by the Consolidated Coop Creameries in Whittemore. After a short wedding trip they will live in the Kuhn apartment in Whittemore. Those who attended the wedding and reception from here were Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Andy Egbert, Mr and Mrs Harlan Vaudt and family, Mr and Mrs Howard Esser, Mrs Rosa Ohm, Miss Beverly Zumach and Russell Klunder. Undergoes Surgery Craig Zimmermann, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmermann, underwent surgery at University hospital, Iowa City, Monday, Aug. 17. When it was necessary to remove part of his cheek bone which had a cancerous infection close to one of his eyes. He was in surgery for seven hours, removing this bone and grafting a bone from his hip in it's place. Craig is a senior in the public school and has been an active third basemen with the Bancroft Legion baseball team. from Fort Dodge Friday evening where she had been < staying with her daughter, Kay Frances who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital following surgery last week Monday. ;•,j . Raymond Hurley, Steve Me- Giveren, Elmer Horstein and Jack Keegan \ all of Waterloo visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien Tuesday,' Mr Hurley is a cousin, of Mrs O'Brien. : Mr and Mrs Richard Wahlen and Mrs Alice Whalen and Mr and Mrs John Freeman and, daughter at Streator, 111. are visit" ing at the homes of Mr and Mrs Charles Salz, Mrs Emma Knecht, Mrs Elizabeth Loebach and Mr and Mrs Mike Kollasch and other relatives. Mrs Charles Neuenschwander, Mrs William Gratz of Fairmont, and Mrs Charles Krummer of Milwaukee, cousins, were Thursday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs William. Lauck and Ros? co Fouss homes. The ladies arq nieces of Mr Lauck. Mrs Krummer and Mr Lauck had not seen each other for over 40 years. Mrs Anna Baas and daughter Elda, George Baas and son Dean, Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and son Tommy and daughter Carroll of here. Mr and Mrs William Paetz and daughters and Mr arid Mrs John Kettleson attended the Krongberg reunion held Sunday in the park at Blue Earth. Fred Kollasch has been released Sunday from the University hospital in Iowa City, where he underwent surgery. Mrs Edwin Greinert entered the St. Ann hospital in Algona Monday evening for observation. Dr. and Mrs James Devine and, family left Saturday morning, for their new home in Los Angeles where he will attend the Univejv sity of California. Mr and Mrs Gordon Jenson and family left Tuesday morning for Los Angeles, where Mr Jen-, son accepted a position to teach ion Zion's Lutheran high school for the past four years. •Mr and Mrs Peitriek Helmke and daughter Esther of Balaton, Minn., Mrs Fred Harms and son Fred and daughter JCaite of West Bend artd Mi* and Mfs Arthuj* Keidenwj/th were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl. Mr and 1 Mrs Helinik'e are formex- Whittemore residents, Dorothy Rosenelahl It's Time To Check Social Security Rules September 30 may be an important date to many people in this area, according to Clifford W. Swedlund, manager of rthe Pt. Dodge social security office. Many persons may lose benefits after that date if they don't find out about their rights under the 1958 amendments to the Social Security Act. Payments which should be applied for by September 30 include the following: ; Payments to dependents of persons drawing social security disability payments. Payments can now be made to a dependent parent of a deceased worker even though there was also a surviving spouse or chiW eligible for social security benefits. 'Payments to disabled persons who could not qualify before because they were receiving dis» ability payments from other fe4- eral programs or workmen's com.* pensation. Payments to an adopted of a retired worker may bt> right after adoption 'withouA-; three year waiting; period viously in efifect^ Payments . to 4i 1 9QUW " security during the before they " If my of contact &• V art'tkijfjr

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