The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1967 · Page 23
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16-Algona, (la.) Upper DCS Meinet Tuesday, Aug. 29, 1967 Schools Open, Drivers Should Be On Lookout Thousands of Iowa children are enroute back to their classrooms this week, marking the end of carefree summer days. Likewise, vacationers are at home from long trips to many parts of the United States. Iowa motorists must renew good driving habits that may have grown rusty during the summer months. The presence of the school buses on streets and highways will serve as a reminder that children are back in school. But this reminder may not be enough for drivers in a hurry. Added to the problem are the hundreds of kindergarten and first grade youngsters, leaving home for the first time, most of whom are unaware of the danger that lies just off the curb. Drivers should be especially alert for youngsters crossing streets and highways. The Motor Club of Iowa has again launched its annual "SCHOOL'S OPEN - DRIVE CAREFULLY" campaign designed to remind motorists to drive even more alertly in and around school areas. The local "School's Open" program is part of a national effort by the American Automobile Association and its affiliated clubs to curb traffic accidents involving school-age youngsters. They reported that. 40% of the pedestrians injured and 18% of those killed last year were between the ages of five and 14. The Motor Club with the cooperation of 52 police departments throughout the state is currently in the process of distributing and displaying colorful posters and bumper strips to help carry this year's safety message. Name More Men To Hospital Drive Boards Harry L. Greenberg, general chairman of the St. Ann Hospital Fund Campaign, announced that all categories of campaign organization are on schedule. The Whittemore area organization met Friday evening to select their team chairmen. Joseph Bosch is chairman. The south county organization, headed by Clarence K. Bormann and Frank Reding, have reached the second echelon of organization and meet Aug. 29 to complete the organization. Team chairmen of the south county group are William McGuire, Ralph Reding, Earnie Schmidt, Herman nig, Raphael Montag, Richard Gronbach, Harry Naffziger, Milford Plathe, Robert Bormann and Thomas Bormann. Mr. Greenberg also announced today the members of the campaign endorsement committee. They are Rev. Milo D, Dailey, Msgr. P.P. Gearen, Rev. Paul H. Sohn, George Allen, A. H. Borchardt, Angus Cotton, Duane E. Dewel, Karl Kiilsholm, Hon. Donald W. Murray, Judge G.W. Stillman and Russell B. Waller. United States Senator Jack Miller recently sent a letter of com- mendation and support for the program to modernize and improve St. Ann hospital. Charge Filed After Sunday Crash, Algona A two-car mishap 2 3/4 miles north of Algona on highway 169 at 5:15 p. m. Sunday resulted in an estimated $200 damage to each vehicle and a charge against one of the drivers. Charged was Marilyn J. Johnson, 21, Swea City. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, who investigated, filed a charge of limitation on overtaking on the left . The carssideswipedwhenacar driven by Merwin J. Baer, 19, Burt, and the Johnson vehicle collided as the former began a left turn. Divorce Filed Josephine Ditch filed a divorce petition and restraining order in district court here this week against John A. Ditch. They were married March 6,1964 and the plaintiff charges cruel and inhuman treatment Brother Of Area Resident Dies, B-Earth Funeral services for Lawrence Hagedorn, 59, Elmore, were held at 2 p.m. Friday at Shiloh Lutheran Church. Burial was at Riverview Cemetery. Mr. Hagedorn, brother of several area residents, died Tuesday at Blue Earth Hospital where he had been a patient for 10 days. Born April 8, 1908, at Elmore, he married Millie Oswald Sept. 11, 1930 and they have since farmed in the Elmore area. Survivors are his wife; two children, Kandis at home, and Marlyn of Kiester; and three grandchildren. Three surviving sisters and a brother are Mrs. Lena Junkermeier of Ledyard, Mrs. Elsie Collison, Mrs. Ar- gartha Collison and Elmer, all of Elmore. Two Break-Ins Reported By Lakota Firms Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst Friday reported two break-ins at Lakota which occurred sometime Wednesday night. Thieves ransacked the Farmers' Elevator, but nothing was taken there. Entry was gained by forcing open the front door. Vernon Fiderlick, manager, reported the incident to Marvin Austin, mayor of Lakota, who then notified Sheriff Lindhorst. While he was investigating the break-in Thursday morning, he learned that Brack's Supermarket, owned by Wilson Brack, had also been entered during the night. Approximately $75 in change and about 100 cartons of cigarettes were obtained there. The sheriff continues investigation on these break-ins, as well as one in Wesley and one at Lu- Verne, reported earlier in the Upper Des Moines. Local Hospital Auxiliary To Welcome Nuns St Ann Hospital Auxiliary will hold the first meeting of the season Sept. 4 at 1:30 p. m. in the meeting room of the hospital. Harry Greenberg, chairman of the hospital fund-raising committee, plans to attend and will answer questions and give information regarding the drive. This should be an informative and interesting meeting for all. All members and interested persons are encouraged to attend. The meeting will also serve to welcome the new order of sisters to our community. Be on hand to meet them. Ladies are encouraged to sign up for the bridge or 500 round robin. Anyone interested in playing who has not previously registered can do so by calling the committee. To play bridge please call Mrs. Ed Adams or Mrs. John Shaw. For 500 you should call Mrs. Ernest Egel or Mrs. C. J. McEvoy. 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