The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1946 · Page 5
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':%i!9»Ai>,'MAy j, iws « Lone Rock Girl Bride April 23 of James^hHIington/ Bancroft i , Lone Rock: The St. John's .Gfith- tilic church was the scene of a feeautiful wedding Tuesday morn- t g, April 23, tff M1& "• Marj6fle alsh, daughter, of jMr. aM Mrs. ash L. Walsh, Lone Roek* and tames E. Shilllnjtoii, S<5n "6f Mr. imp 1 Mrs. E. J. Shillinglon of-Bancroft. The double ring ceremony &as performed by the Hey. Jas.' H. Schultes, who also read the niip" tlal hJgh mass. The St. John's choir directed by Mrs; H. G. Hamilton, furnished the Music for the •wedding, The bride was 'attired in a go\vrj of ivory clipper saUri, fashioned with .a .sweetheart heck- line, a long fitted bodice, shirred •bracelet length sleeves and a long full court train. Her full length iPreneh illusion net veil fell from a tiara, of seed pearls, and she carried an arm bouquet of calla lilies tied w>llih satin ribbon. 'Her Only jewelry was a string of pearls. Miss Dorothy Shilllngton, sister of ihe groom, attended the bride; The proom and his best man, Edmund "alsh, brother of the bride, wore irown suJts with bouttpniers of 'hito carnations. ' Mothers of the bridal couple wore corsages of pink and white carnations. A wedding breakfast was served following the ceremony at the home of the groom's parents' Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shillington. The receptions and dinner were held at hiah noon at ihe home o/ the bride's parents for about 60 relatives and friends. After <a short wedding trip the couple will be ,at home in an apartment at Mrs/ A. L. Kunts'tiome in Bancroft .where Mr. Shijlington is employed at the K. & H. service station. Both the bride 'and groom are -graduates of the St. John's school, the class of .1942. Mr. Shillington returned recent- lv after 24 months of service in the South pacific. Outj>f .to ; wn relatives attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walsh of Va- rjna, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Linnan, Mr. and Mrs. John Ford of Laiir- ens. Joe CJinton arid Mrs. Ann Wa1=h of Chicago, 111.: Mrs. L. -J. McGinnis of Beddick, 111.; Mrs. J. F. TVTcMahon of Joliet. 111.: Mrs. T. Tf. Whittip of'Clarion, Mrs. Raymond Coequlin of 'Eagle Grove. Mrs. Joe Bauman of Clarion, Mrs. Cnrl Shillinyton of Clarion, and Mrs. Jim Shillington of Eagle Grove. . . 8 Get New Trucks, Cars In The County Licenses for eight' new cars and trucks were issued last week in the office of the county treasurer, as follows: J. L. Ditsworth, Algona, Ford; Glen Householder, Lone Rock, Chev. truck; Jim Merryman, Algona, Plymouth; F. P. Newel, Fenton', Chevrolet. i " 'XWm. \Poppe, ij'Jjedyard, Dodge truck; Erwin Seim's, Whittemore, Buick; M. C. Thompson,, Algona, Chevrolet; I. E. Wortman, Laf kota, Dodge. Townsehd Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson What Social Security Does to You. 1. It',taxes you 1% on your gross wage income every pay day. 2. It taxes your employer an equal amount. ^_ 3. A total of 7.0,600,000 >wage earners paid 1% on their gross wage income in 1944. (Employers paid a like sum.) ••'•'" 6, Nine million self-.-employed workers are not now covered by Social Security. 4. Of the 7.0,600,000 wage earners who paid in that year only 38,900,000 could qualify for benefits. 5. The other 31,700,000 who have paid Social Security taxes over ttie years are being taxed with no hope of ever collecting any 'benefits. They are paying for in.surance they will never get, They will: pever'receive a penny in old age or a cent -in survivors benefits. .'7. Ten million f arm- and domes-, tic workers are ,not covered by Social Security. 8. Millions of honest workers are the innocent victim? of this vicious system and will be left with• ~ out retirement benefits when the fatal day of retlreriTent dawns. 9. Billions of dollars collected under the Social Secvirity Act have '..been loaned to .the other govern 1 ment agencies. Interest' on these :pillions is paid by all of us, but .only a relatively few benefit un- ider the program, Wheo these billions are needed to pay benefits to ^ you in your old age more taxes K will have to be levied and collect> -ed to make these payments. You \ will help, pay the new tax levies. That is double taxation. JO. Social Security a,s now administered under thje present law pauperizes the aged and perpetuates a gross injustice to all Arner £ ican citizens. "' What the Townsend flag Does For y»«.' V l. It proposes a 2$ &m te<?om< tax upon aU incojnp, ^ 'H..1*2. Personal income (salaries and '' wages) are. exempt froro tax on , foe first $1?QO. r „« 3. It provides Federal JtetJreT ment Insurance for aU American over age 6Q.-^ everyone Mrs. James E. Shillington NEff MANAGEMENT, The Kossuth Hospital is under new management, as effective .•May 1. ."''.' Mrs. •Dora.B'olin is. the new proprietor, with Doreen Arnold to act as resident manager and Mrs. Lucille OstrUm 1 of Algona, registered niir'se, as superintendent of nurses. . . Mrs. Bolin was bora, and raised, at Corwith, wad -is no Stranger to this vicinity. Her maiden name was Dora linger. She and her husband farmed for a time near Swea City, before 'going to Manchester, Iowa .where Mr. Bolin is now employed by the city, arid where Mrs. Bolin also operates a hospital. Sha will continue to operate the Manchester hospital, as well as here, and will divide her time between the two places, while Miss Arnold Avill remain here full time. Mrs. Bolin has been at Manchester for the past 14 years. Mrs. Ostrum is 'an experienced, registered nurse, and while the hospital is. still somewhat' short of nurses, she said that she expected to soon have a full taff. nm FENTON W0MAN1N CRASH, INJURED Fenton: An automobile accident which resulted In considerable damage to one car andi caused the other to turn over .occurred at ithe Fpur ..Cor.fle.rs intersection about 4:15 Tuesday ,af-i ter'hoon, April 30. Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Wiho resides! l'/a miles north of Fentbn, was| the lone occupant o.f her car, and; vthe second auto involved had as' passengers two soldiers who! were reported to be from West Bend. Mrs. Mueller was traveling on Highway 44. Her auto was struck on the right side, the im-, pact badly damaging her 1940 : Pontiac coach. Mrs, Mueller wa,s- attended by Dr. McCreery r>f! Whittemore and examination: showed that she was suffering] from shock and bruises. The scene of the accident is where 44 crosses Highway IP Relatives Attended Potter Rites Were Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral services Wednesday for Sherman Potter were his sister Mrs. Neva Schunck and son Henry of Sioux City, his brother Merland and his wife of La Porte, Ind..,-Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hayne and-Mrs. Myrtle Hayne of Webster City, Mrs. Mabel Potter of Spencer, Orrle Miller of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.,Potter of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs: F.'L; Pratt'of Surt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miner of Dakota City, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Johnson of Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Potter of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Potter of Fort Dodge. Girl Seriously III Mi', and Mrs. Raymond Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Amunson, and William Galbraith went to Fort Dodge Sunday to be with Mr. and Mrsi B. A. Galbraith, whose daughter Dorothy is critically ill with rheumatic fever and was taken to the Mercy hospital the latter part of the week. Because of her serious condition her father went from Minneapolis to.Fort Dodge when notified of her illness. Navy Vet Hired A* Coach, Teacher Here Leon Martin 'of Eagle drove, top-notch wrestler at Iowa State featihers College, has accepted A position as wrestling coach and .teacher of industrial arts in A1 J .gona high school. He was recently released froiri •the Navy, where he served as ti 'lieutenant junior grade. Martin' was an all-conference tackle in 1941 and 1942 at I. 3. T. €. and redeived his E. A. de* gree in 1943. He h,ad '21 victories with only ope-defeat in dual meet wrestl- 'ing competition in the National .Collegiate Athletic association" wrestling tourney, in 1941. Two Naval Officers In bounty Released Two Naval officers from this area were separated from the service at Great Lakes, April 30, a neWs release from there states. They are Lt. (jg) John H, Slrcit, 314 Jones St., and Lt. (jg) Maurice J. Steier, Whittemore. Both men are now on terminal leave. Titonka Home Sold Titonka: The house owned by Lester Callies and occupied by the Junior Han'sen family has been sold to Dick Mayland, who has been living 'in an apartment •at the Mrs. Charles Hipp home. This means the .Hansen family .will have to move. MAY 12 NATIONAL HOSPITAL DAY VISIT YOUR HOSPITAL and JOIN the NON-PROFIT Community Sponsored BLUE CROSS PLAN For prepaid Hospital Care Or write for information to ASSOCIATED HOSPITALS SERVICE, INC. SIOUX CITY Two Girls Graduate From Business School Dolores M. Gronbach, Livermore, and Eunice E. Johnson, Fenton, were among the 52 rriem- feers of the class of 1946 which /graduated from the Hamilton School of Commerce, Mason City, Sunday, April 28. Miss Gronbach was graduated from the general business course ;and is now employed by the Livermore State Bank. Miss Johnson graduated from the junior secretarial course and is now .em-j ployed by the department of; public instruction, Des Moincs. Wesley Nine Resumes Wesley: The first baseball •game of the season and for several years will be played here by the town team Sunday, May 12, when the local meet Algona. Ed; Weig is captain of the Wesley' team. mm Dr. U. Truman Gordon At •B7 Tpwnsend Hall 108 So. Hall St. Algona THURSDAY, MAY 9 8 O'clock P. M. Everybody Welcome -* e *' v ; Ydu'll Be Killing RKgh In WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS .V **' o** .«* f t \ • /><* . *t t* *> i 4* ISN'T Mother CHARMING ^ , - 4. It provides dlsabJiJjty-insiHv jflnce for aU citk^jn pjf 18 to "' gVypterans o| OIJE , e. Monthly ther« with one r age 18 4epen4enj«upQn. support. ' f . Jt P?ovJ4es fpjp - business gn4 p all wba neil »n TWs N0w Wfttjfona} in thesp Smartly Styled FOR WHITE platform sole slipper with raised heel. Cotton fluff with real fur trim and elastic b a c k strap. 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