The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1960
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(fa.) Upper fat MolnM Tuesday, 6e». 4, I960 Mrs tteyd Muck*? wfcs admitted to St. Ann hospital Saturday for medical treatment. • Alfred S-henck has be6n a patient at a-Rochester. Minn, hospital whfcrfc he had surgery. • U- ' J ~" c "~" • Milch and ftex Taylor are in Sioux Falls S. Dakota Tuesday and Wednesday on business. ! Parents of Mrs Charles Me- Vay's afternoon kindergarten grvjup haft a coffee Monday evening in the class rdom. w •"—. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Knudsen and daughters. Karen and Linda, former residents now of Des Moines, Wer& here Wednesday *6r the funeral of Mr Knudsen's uncle, Chrisi Knudsen. Karen is »>juhior at Iowa State University 4nd Linda a high school junior, liill.. J^ V'.', ~ • ' • • P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet Wednesday evening at the homr of Mrs Robert Dewel. ' Mrs Prank Moulton was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs Rex Voyles received the prize for high score. "."' Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson spent the week-end ;it West Union called by 'the- illness of Mrs Hobson's father. Lawrence Traeger, Sr. Mr Traeger. 89, died early Monday morning. Margaret Durant spent Saturday at Mason Ciiy where she al- lended the fall convention of Iowa Chapperal Poets. Miss Durant conducted a workshop in the morning and in the afternoon gave her report as treasurer of the Midwest Federation of Chap- peral Peots. Word, has been received that former Algerians, Mr and Mr.? Malcom Alexander are the parents of a daughter, born Sept. 1. Joyce Huenhold, sophomore ai the University of Ilubuque. spent the week-end here with her parents. Mr and Mrs A. ,1. Huenhold. Marijahe Williams, student at Iowa Slate Teachers College. Cedar Falls, spent (lie week-end 'with her parents. Mr and Mrs Robert Williams here. —o— Word has been received that Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, former Presbyterian-minister here, is out of the hospital after an illness of se\eral months and will be back in the pulpit at St. Paul by the middle of October. —o— Mr and Mrs Charles Simmons spent the week-end at Vermillion. S. Dakota with their daughter Sharon DeGroote, freshman at the University of South Dakota. Sharon had planned to come home but became ill with a strqp throat. Mlhodist W.S.C.S. will have its October meeting a one o'clock luncheon Thursday at the church. Mrs Blake o'f Esthervilte will be guest speaker. Helen Comfon left Saturday morning for Washington, D. C. where she will attend a national meeting of school lunch directors. She will be gone -for a week. —o— Denny and Tom Waller, and Gary Rich, accompanied RusS Waller to Minneapolis, Satui'day where they all took in the Minnesota-Indiana football game. They returned home that evening. •—o— Dr. G. E, Barilell -arrived lo- day (Tuesday) from his home in New Sharon, and will spend the week here with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wes Bartlett. —o--. Si. Cecelia's Catholic church will have Rosary devotions each week day at 12:30 p.m. during the month of October at the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin o\it- side the church. : Carol Wiitkopf, who attends Io\va Stale University nt Ames, spent the tveeX-end with her parents, Mr and Mrs G. A. Witt* kopf. O— Recenl baptisms at St.'Cecelia's Catholic church were Vivian Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerald A. Strcit and Laurie Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ronald .!. Briggs. Banns oi marriage have been published at St. Cecelia's Catholic^ church for fcdirtond Krapp. Bancroft, and Karen Sehwarzenl.iach: and John Peter Putsuck and Mary Anne Rippentrop. Plum Creek Woman's Club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 12, at the home of Mrs Sadie S.killing in Algona. Mrs Floyd Qardner will have the opening number and Mrs Harvey Jergenson, the program. —o— Mr and Mrs Robert Sianion, who are sponsored by the Alt'! ma Presbyterian church as missionaries to Pakistan, will be here Sunday, Oct. 9, and Mr Stanton will speak at the morn* Nowadays men don't talk about women as much as they used to. Most of today's conversation is devoted to overtime and time-and-a-half. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. 111 E. Call St. ALGONA • Phone CY 4-3533 ?oxra.fgotflraoraa»^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^^^^MgM^M^gM^^I ^Mi^H^^BHIH^^^Hel^^BeMBBI^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^e^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ If You Own A Farm, Business, Home, Or Any Other Property ing service. A family pot-luck dinner will follow. Mrs Russell Thompson of Burt, Mrs Russell Rent/, Algona, and Charles Thompson of Lone Rock were in Belton, Mo. recently visiting the women's brother and sister-in-law. Sgt. and Mrs Gordon Wcgener. The Wegeners arrived here this weekend to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener and after Oct. 20 will be stationed at Anchorage, Alaska. FORCED ENTRY Mr and Mrs William McGrcer of near Reel Oak had a large board driven through their living room wall during a recent storm. The board was blown from a cattle shed, 100 yards away, which was flattened by the wind. The board entered the room just below a picture, without damaging the picture. The best, .for loss * AT THE TAKE THI MINUTE QUIZ! "SPARKY" SAYS: OBSERVE FIRE PREVENTJON WEEK ... 52 WEEKS A YEAR i SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING Insurance Agents of Algona Prevention Week October 9-15 "SPARKY" SAYS: DON'T BURN UP CHECK UP PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST FIRE'S FURY Sparky says: 1. 2 Is Your Fire insurance Adequate? '•' • ^ ; c • ^ • Has all rubbish such as old papers, b'oken furniture ai$>d toys* jljoxes, and old clothes and paint cans and other useless things been cleaned out' of attic, basement, closets, garage and yard? Yes , No Is rubbish disposed of regularly at home or in place of business? •'J ?' iYes : 'No .Frayed electric cords often start fire's. Are you sure that all electric cords are in safe condition? '. _: Yes No Has your fuse box been inspected? Is the right size fuse in every socket? _,_J. Yes ______ No n fifcf QMMif cncMi fire* i oofi * run . . . til M fleer er irtml. . . SMMrwHhceeter blanket BLOSSOM INSURANCE 109 North ClAIR BLOSSOM St. Algoha, Iowa CY 4-2731 Have You Added Furnishings That Aren't Covered? 13 14 15. 16. Do you make sure that there are no clothes, curtains or other inflammables near » any stove or heater? I Yes No Is your heating equipment — of any type — inspected with seasonable regularity by • an expert? : ~ Yes No Are stoves and heaters kept level and clean? Sparky says: Yes No If there is a gas stove or heater in your'house, do you know that you should call the gas company right way if ever detecting any odor of gas? Yes No ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Before yeu buy any home fir* I alarm, ask your H Fire Department for advice Don't £ive fire a plxeti start! JIM KOLP CY 4-3176 Sparky says: Hove Yeu Discussed It With Your Agent? Have you checked 'a'n'd removed extension cords from under rugs or hanging • ove'r nails? , . _^. ^ Yes No 6. 8. matches and lighVers and other inflammables out of reach of small children? --'. —: _ Yes _ No Have children been taught the danger of playing with matches, or other inflam- - mables? ;__ Yes No Is everybody warned about not using gasoline for cleaning clothes, and kerosene for starting fires? ,__ Yes _.,____ No : Clean ...Check Heating Equipment Once Every Tear! BOHANNON INSURANCE AGENCY L. S. BOHANNON '6 North Do'dge St. CY 4-4443 ' * Fire Insurance In Ratio To Replacement Cost ? Do y° u * iave a P ractice °f smoking in bed? Yes No Sparky says: Yes No 1 Q Do y° u nave a cracked or defective chimney? ________ "I A In Place of business, do you have an accumulation of junk in the basement, or any • V« where else? ___________________________ _ ___________ Yes _ _____ No ______ A. A In place of business, have you had your fire extinguishers checked lately? ______ fcV» -------- 1 ------ ____________ _ ______________________ Yes ______ No ______ HERBST INSURANCE AGENCY Be ready with TWO ways out off every room TED S. HERBST 22'2 East State (Above Penney'*) CY 4-3733 Sparky says: You Looked Over Your Policies Lately ? 9 In case of fire, do you know how to call th'e fFre department? • ___ _,. Yes 10. ||l| 5 i m'6'k'£jifp'ies, 'furriac'es aha 1 stoves- g'et Very hot. Are they far enough away from Have you ever visited a fire station? Yes No No SJvafri Yes M fci's ilh'e 'asri'es ?ro'm 'p'ny Vto'Ve b'r fl^tpldce kept outside in covered metal barrels I away f frb'rn infla'mma'bles? ---------------------------- Yes ______ No ______ Momet tkirn Nprth Oocif e St, PAXSON INSURANCE AGENCY Is Your Car Covered By Fire Insurance ? Do you have the fire Department phone number written on or near your phone so 4 that you can dial 'it immediately? Yes •_„ No M Do you have a s'mall fire extinguisher in your car so that you could put out an auto • fire right away? Yes ______ No AQ Is your outdoor incinerator completely away from brush, trees, buildings, and •iV« built on a good solid foundation? Yes No '.'. M Are all your gasoline storage cans painted red and marked as such as prescribed • -by law? _ ___ Yes .,_,_. Np KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Sparky says: IOWA MUTUAL TORNADO INSURANC. ASSOCIATION 119 Ncrth P0df9 It. LOLA SCtffFHAM, ««y. CY 4-3754 !...*:

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