The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 45
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 45

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LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer 4-H Club Elects Ledyard Lassies elected new officers as follows: • President—Pamela Keil; vice- president — Donna Ingebritson secretary — Betty Herzog; treasurer — Carol Ann Runksmeier: Historian — Linda Nitz. JWtr and Mrs James Burris and children of Bradgate came Saturday to visit Mrs Freda Frey. Mr Burris went on to Minneapolis on business and Mrs Burris and children remained with her mother. Mrs Lottie Green, Mr and Mrs Ted Green and Mr and Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse attended the wedding of their niece and cousin Jeanette Bloom at Hubbard, Sept. 15. Mr and Mrs Glenn Lloyd era the parents of a baby girl born last week Monday at the Blue Earth hospital. She has been named Bonnie Lynn. Mr and Mi's Robert Hamilton are the parents of a baby girl born Saturday, Sept. 14th, at the Blue Earth hospital, Mrs Ella McKnight of St. Joseph, Mo. came last week Friday to visit at the home of her niece and family, the William Wiemers. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended ft sixth District tfufal Letter Carriers ,Conventi|n at Webster City, Saturday. Karen Schrbfider, Who attends Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, came home for the weekend and on Sunday she and her mother, Mrs Martha Schroeder and Barbara and Mr 1 and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and soli Russell and Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and son Craig of Whittemore atterided a family gathering at the home of Mr, and Mrs Wilbert Ruhnke at Irvington, in honor of Robert Sorenson of V/alnut who is just returned from 18 months service in Germany. Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel visited at the Tilmer Halvorson home in Blue Earth on Friday evening and brought Steven and Lynn home to spend the weekend. Don Fennema, Who is attending Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at home. Delores Udstuen has been elected as Ledyard Band Queen when the Band goes to Algona for the annual Band Festival to be held Saturday, Oct. 5. Delores is a Junior this year and plays a cornet. Licenses To Wed 'To 3 Couples Three wedding licenses have been issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson recently. Thursday, October _, 1957 Alflono (la.) Upper DM Molnw-S they went to: Sept. 18 — John Marti, West Bend, and Cyrilln Schmidt, Algona. Sepf. 21 — Kenneth Elliott and Betty Stenzel, Swea City. Sept. 23— James E. Welch, Maxwell, and Geraldine Shillington, Bancroft. "Veto" comes from the Latin meaning "I forbid." Ledyard Cafe Sold Ledyard — Mr and Mrs Louis Lappe of Lakota have purchased the Frey Cafe from Mrs Freda Frey and took over on Monday of this week. Mr Lappe has been working for the Jones Trucking company of Elrnorc. They plan to continue living in Lakota for the time being until a home can bn found here. IS 2-MINUTE IF You Own A Home, Business, A Farm, Or Any Other Property 1. Has all rubbish such as old papers, broken furniture and toys, boxes, old clothes and paint cans and other (Useless things b>er) cleaned out of attic, basement, closets, garage and yard? YES NO 2. Is rubbish disposed of regularly at home or in place of business? YES__ NO fi*!?.'' •. • J ; ' •'-*-f''< ••.-.' ^ 3. /f&yed electric,'ebjds 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 size fuse in every socket? YES _NO IS YOUR FIRE INSURANCE COVERAGE ADEQUATE AT PRESENT? S Have you checked and removed extension cords from under rugs or hanging over nails? — ^ YES_ -NO- 6. Are matches and lighters and other inflammables out of reach of small children? YES NO. 7. Have children been taught the danger of playing with matches, or other inflammables? YES. -NO, 8. Is everybody warned about not using gasoline for cleaning clothes, and kerosene for starting fires? _ YES N0__ 9. Are oily mops and oily rags kept in a tightly closed can or destroyed after use? __ YES NO IF NOT, HAVE YOU DISCUSSED IT WITH YOUR INSURANCE AGENT? 10. Are plenty of ash trays at hand in home or store? YES_ NO- — 11. In case your home or place of business suddenly caught fire, do you know what you would do to save yourself? YES NO— 12. Do you have 'fire drills' with your children? _" 1 YES_ _NO__. 13. In case of fire, do you know how to Call the fire department? YES NO 14. Have you ever visited a fire station? YES NO 15. Smokepipes, furnaces and stoves get very hot. Are they far enough away from walls and ceilings? YES NO HAVE YOU LOOKED OVER YOUR FIRE POLICIES LATELY? 16. Are the ashes from any stove or fireplace kfept outside in covered metal barrels away from inflammables? ___ 1 YES NO __ 17. Do you make sure that there are no clothes, curtains or other inflammables near any stove or heater? YES NO 18. Is your heating equipment — of any type — inspected with seasonable regularity by an expert? „___; ——__—__ . YES NO 19. Are stoves and heaters kept level and clean? YES NO 20. 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 HAVE YOU MADE IMPROVEMENTS THAT ARE NOT COVERED? »nj»»»»»A«| P'ffr 1 *^ 21. Dp you practice smoking in bed? YES NO 22. Do you have a cracked or defective chimney? YES NO — 23. If place of business, do you have an accumulation of junk in the basement, or anywhere else? _._ YES NO 24. If place of business, have you had your fire extinguishers checked lately? YES NO HAVE YOU ADDED HOME FURNISHINGS THAT ARE NOT COVERED? 25. Do you have safety bins for excelsior and shredded packing materials? YES NO 26. Are fire doors, if any, in your establishment in good order? YES NO 27. Are you careful to check your premises before locking up at night, so as not to "lock in" a possible fire? YES NO 28. Do you know that when fir* starts, you should first call the Fire Department, then fight the fire? _'_.______. —_ —~ - - - YES NO—- IS YOUR FIRE INSURANCE IN RATIO TO REPLACEMENT COST? THIS MESSAGE PRE- SENTED BY THESE ALGONA INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS A. J. RICKLEFS INSURANCE AGENCY 101 West State Street A. J: (Arnle) Rieklefs Telephone CY 4-4529 206 East State Street ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Jim Kolp ' Telephone CY 4-3176 BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY Josh and Clair Blossom 109 North Dodge Street BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 North Dodge Street L. S. Bohannon Telephone CY 4-4443 = '1111111 EVERETT E. BARR INSURANCE 9 North Dodge Street Everett E. Barr Telephone CY 4-3242 HERBST INSURANCE AGENCY 25'/2 East State (Above Iowa State Bank) Ted S. Herbst Telephone CY 4-3733 PAXSON INSURANCE AGENCY | HOVi North Dodge Street Charles D. (Chuck) Paxson Telephone CY 4-4512 INSURANCE AGENTS <* AL

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