....... 'V . Man Dies Of Heart Condition • T Jo :r dtety '(.Thursday lot , 64 f ; who dted flies- day in OmafiTof a'"heafFI con31' tion. Msgr»,J,'H;; ScftMtes offi- ciafef '-Itttl Garry" Funeral Home ha|;'ehargef of, arraftgeritents. , Wrto-' -living -here 'Mr; ftoy worked at the First National Bank. He leaves three brothers and one sister. Brother Passes ,. Mr. and Mrs. Reiimard- Pott- -hoff went to Vlnton fflursday to attend • fufieral serVicei, for his brbther" John; 73, who* "suffered 8 heart attack. - Mr. Potthof f, the son ' of Mr. and Mrs. John Potlhoff, was married to 'Margaret Geken, for• mer Bancroft girl. They -were parents of six children, who with their mother survive. He also ; leaves three brothers and two Sisters. * Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hanseft, Chi- fififd spent the weekend at the Richard. Mehke home and with his parehts, the Ben Hansens ol Whlttemote. Mf, and Mrs. .Clyde Eckhart and daughter moved into the home they ptirch&sed Ifrom Walter, Rengcr who ift&Ved to his father's farm. Mr. ftenger and Mary Lu ihoved. to their, nev> hbrne recently. Mrs Leonard Hatten was 4 medical patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Bob Menke will leave Oct. 16 to make their home in Denver, Colo. Mr Menke has operated the pool hall here for several years. ', Mrs Marvin Becker, spent the Weekend in the cities'with relatives and at Madison Lake with her parents, the Jack Lynches. •Mr and Mrs Howard Blanchard and Randa, Mason City, visited recently at the home of Mr and Mrs Don Behnkendorf. SALES BOOKS — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Charred Roast Causes Scare f AtWhittemore WMltembte^When MM Ernie Meyef "ent6fed her home last Sunday, she found the rooms on the first floor were full of smoke. Before 1 leaving foi* chUfch she had placed a roast On the stove and had turrfed the Burner down but it still must have been burning a high flame and the toast was a charred mess. Shoulder John Winkel, 10. son of Mr and Mrs Harold Winkel, suffered o broken shoulder while at play at school. He was a patient at St. Ann hospital from Thursday until Monday. Heart Attack Word was received here that Leo Swanson was hospitalized in the Park hospital in Mason, City, suffering from, a heart attack. The Swansons are long-time feme* residents hei-e. -fht were enraute te FloWda and visiting With Mrs Swansoti's ents in Mason Gity. Td Bless ' On Columbus Day, Oct. 12, &i 9:46 there -will be flag bleWiftf •and raising ceremony at,, Sfc Michael's school. The Americati Legion will bffidally present ttfid raise the flag, which will bf blessed by Rev. Dalley. The Wte Rev. William Veit's BO-star flag was presented to Rev. Dailey by the Veit family and Will fly in his memory over St. Michael* school. ' . Whittemofe persons have been interested in the Neiv Ybf» Yankee baseball team, and 68] pecially Roger Maris, as Mr and Mrs Maris are related to Mrs Mae McDonnell her sons "Bernard and Qarnett, and Thomas McDonnell of, Whittemore. A number of firmen and theit wives attended a convention last week at Clear Lake. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Ralph Koppen, Mr and Mrs Clet Mueller, 'Mr and MBS Alfred Bell, Mr and Mrs Wayne Wagner, Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrlch, Mr ftftfl Mrs Raymond Belts, Robert Braat2 and Mr and Mrs James Kollasch. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family, Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade and Paul, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rssetv- dahl, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, of here, and Mrs William Maahs of Fergus Falls, Minn., helped Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith celebrate her birthday Friday night. Mrs Aurelia Leininger moved into her home, which she purchased recently in the southwest part of town, last week. Supper guests at her home Sunday evening were Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver and family of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann, Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich. Other evening callers Mr and Mrs Harlan Leininger, Mr and Mrs H. R. Zumach and Mrs Adclia Meyer. Archie Pertl To Head School Unit Archie Pertl of West Bend is the newly elected chairman of the Palo Alto county school board. Two new members, J. W. Knutson of«Graettinger and Mrs. E. B. Allbaugh of Emmetsburg were sworn in at the recent re 1 organization meeting. Meetings of the county board will be held on the first Tuesday of each month. Amateur Show Being Sponsored By F-B Women Mrs. W. C. Mains, Swea City, Farm Bureau women's music and recreation chairman, has announced the group is sponsoring a rural amateur variety event. The date and place have not been announced as yet. Anyone wishing to enter should send their name, type of act, address and phone number to the Farm Bureau office, Algona. Any member of a Farm Bureau family may enter. In case of a group act, 75% of the participants must be from Farm Bureau families. The local event is part of a statewide contest. Thundoy, October 12, I»61 Alflono (la.) Upper DM Why Supervision? To Whom It Concerns: What next? Seems the children are really involved in the petty differences of us adults. They can't ride their bikes on the sidewalks; it appears the streets, with all its hazards, are safer. They can't run their home made soap box cars down an almost deserted street, because as the Chief of Police stated "The city would be liable in case of injury to one of the boys involved." If that is correct, then why isn't the city liable for any injuries incurred in automobile accidents on the city streets? And to his (and others) second clarification'that an adult group supervise the event; I am against any such proposal. Kids use to play a good game of sand lot baseball, but today with the adult organized Little League, we have genuine frustration be- tween children, officials and the parents I! Why not let the kids learn as most of us did as we youngsters? How many of our parents took an active part in kids play? I am the mother of a boy who looked forward and enjoyed his Saturday of racing. I even enjoyed watching the youngsters 01 mixed ages learning to play together, comparing their derby's and making their rules for the races. The dime entry 'fee was a dime well spent. All my youngsters had a day of fun. So why don't we let the kids alone? Why don't we let them continue in their fun? Other than being a little noisy, it isn't doing %ny harm to anyone. Givenhe kids a chance to grow into better adults than we all seem to be. Another Meddlesome Adult 68th Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Anderson of Clarinda recently celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary. If You Own A Farm, Business; Home, Or Any Other Property TAKE THIS 2-AAINUTE QUIZ! DON'T BURN UP CHECK UP PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINT FIRE'S FURY SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING Si Insurance Agents of Algona National Fire Prevention Week October 9-15 OBSERVE FIRE PREVENTION WEEK ... 52 WEEKS A YEAR! Sparky says: Is Your Fire Insurance Adequate ? I Has all rubbish such as old papers,' broken 'furniture and toys, boxes, and old • clothes and paint cans and other useless things been cleaned out of attic, basement, closets, garage and yard? —.— Yes No — 2 a 'Is'Vubbish disposed of regularly at horritf or > Tn'p4acer* 4 of Business? • 'Yes No S prayed electric cords often start fires. Are you sure that all electric cords are in • safe condition? : -_ Yes __ No — 4 Has your fuse box been Inspected? Is the right fuse in every socket? . — Yes -___-- No If your clothing catches fir*, don't run . . . Roll on floor or ground . . . Smother with coat or blanket BLOSSOM INSURANCE Don't tivt tire a place to start! CLAIR BLOSSOM 109 North Dodge St. Algona, Iowa CY 4-2735 Have You Discussed It With Your Agent ? Sparky says: 5 6 7 8 Have you checked and removed extension cords from under rugs or hanging • over nails? _' , T Yes „_ No Are matches and lighters and other inflammables out of reach of small children? • Yes No Have children been taught the danger of playing with matches, or other inflammables? 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 Year! Don 1 ! give liru place It start! BOHANNON INSURANCE AGENCY L. S. BOHANNON 6 North Dpdge St. CY 4-4443 Have You Added Furnishings That Aren't Covered:? "is! 14, 15 16 Do you make sure that there are no clothes, curtains or other inflammables near any stove or heater? '. Yes No Is your heating equipment — or any type — inspected with seasonable regularity by an expert? '_'——' Yes _„____ No Are stoves' and heaters kept level and clean? Sparky says: I If there is a gas stove or heater in your house, do you know that you should call • the gas company right away if ever detecting any odor of gas? Yes No YOUR/ m'^dependent Insurant M /AGENT ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Before you buy any home fire alarm, ask your Rre Department for advice CY 4-3176 Don't give fire a place to start! Fire Insurance In Ratio To Replacement Cost? •f ^ Do you have a practice of smoking in bed? "ID Do y° u have a cracked or defective chimney? 19, 20, Sparky says: Yes Yes No No In place of business, do .you have an accumulation of junk in the basement, or any where else? Yes No In place of business, have you had your fire extinguishers checked lately? .___ Yes No HERBS! INSURANCE AGENCY Be ready with TWO ways out of every room TED S. HERBST 22'/ 2 East Start (Above Penney's) Don't give lire) place to start! CY 4-3733 SparKysays: 10 11 12 Hove You looked Over Your Policies Lately? In case of fire, do you know how to call the fire department? , ,- - Yes — No Have you ever visited a fire, station? • __-- Yes _ No Smokepipes, furnaces and stoves get very hot. Are they far enough away from » walls and ceilings? — Yes No Are the. ashes from any stove or fireplace kept outside In covered metal barrels * away from inflammables? Yes _, No i Clean Homes Seldom Burn PAXSON INSURANCE AGENCY «*» CHARLES (Cbw?k) PAXSQN " \ HO 1 /? North Dodge St. CY 4-4512 Is Your Car Covered By Fire Insurance? A4 Do you have the Fire Department phone number written on or near your phone «••• so that you can dial immediately? __________________ Yes ------ No ------ AA Do you have a small fire extinguisher in your car so that you could put out an auto mttm AO •vV Sparky says; fire right away? __________________________________ Yes ______ No Is your outdoor incinerator completely away from brush, trees, buildings, and 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 ...... No ..... KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY IOWA MUTUAL TORNADO INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 119 North podge St. LOLA SCUFF HAM, Secy. CY 4-3756 look for the Ul label and live Safer Electrically Don't jive fire a plate to start!
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