The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1965 · Page 11
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1MB Ml 1 I I I OCT. 7, ona tipper JMomcs OCT. 7, l?65 Fire Prevention Week A Good Time To Think DES MOINES - Five losses in Iowa so far in 19G5 ar« -10 percent greater than for the p;inin date a year ago. This information was released by Iowa State Fire Marshal, Wilbur Johnson, in urginp; a conscientious, state-wide observance of Fire Prevention Week in- Iowa, Octol>er 3 through October 9. "With the high-hazard months still ahead of us," Johnson said, "Iowa is already well on the way to a new all-time high for fire losses." Deaths, on the other hand, are lower. Johnson said that through August, 55 fire deaths had been reported to the Fire Marshal's office compared to GO for the same period last year. He cautioned, however, that it was still too early to make any final predictions on fire deaths. Johnson emphasized that most fires need never happen. "We have the experience, the technology and the methods to prevent fires," he said. "The big problem is the human element carelessness, apathy and the lack of basic information. It's a matter of record," he added, "that these are to blame for 2 out of every 3 fires in Iowa this year I" "The important purpose of Fire Prevention Week," he said, "is to pause at the threshholcl of the heavy fire season for a sobering moment to take stock - to reeducate ourselves to the hazards of fire and to eliminate them as completely as possible at home, at school, at work and at play." Of all the places we spend out time, Johnson said, the home is generally the most poorly organized for fire safety, and listed' the factors most important in keeping our homes fire-safe: 1. Never leave small children alone. Even if you are leaving for only a few minutes, get a responsible person to stay with them. When going out for a con- 40 Percent In 1965 MR. ANT) MRS. Alk:n Buchanan If ft Saturday for fiv- days in f'liic;u;o, fliiriiiK vhieh Mr. Bu- rhajian will attr."i<l a mr ';tine; of the National Title; A.svicution. |ijciit Rodney Jensen, ;>'. has been awai'dod trip is the annuiil ' .sored for Rodney by Rod, :i .seiiio-, at tilt fiuo ei.M'lv ;• 'i f!r h."..-; c:,iri'.:d ':•• county ci'ujifc ;ui "ul a county dulei-ato U' la addition to Hi projects. siderablo length of Jim. reliable babysitter. 2. Small childiou ;•:><'< people are the mosi ln: victims. If there :>.i persons in yum hovr.Hi should be made lo !; of the house quick!. 1 , fire. As for t.l'" < through the roifim-' »' .• drill so that they .vij.1 kim . to helj) theruselvea it' tiii;-, ,. have to. Panic is <>ri< "i biggest causes of |nv\"t children from oU;>inir-> v.i from a fire I 3. Use "caVe" with 'eiluj ;..•! Never discard a c ken '-nil' drop a match without Ix 1 '" it has been compl 1 ." 1 '--!;. tinguished. Keep uini.'li the reach of child] •••:<, smoke in bed. 4. Keep a ', ' ' •• member, •••:'"-, r.'i'.O. This i".M- and is S|5on- '.M; fi i.ri|) through iii lii" i ' ops lield. •:•!• v" i r,, v.'im the i i -,' 'Dimmer was s. Never strike . i hilled matches •iu.s"l,s or attics. ••!•:•!:frica.l appli- -'ihdition. Take i !• 'i repairman o :e connections on cords. Be . Inrnace checked •' ' i '.mi: iv i' '.'W number of .:'•• lii"' ;> <i;e c.tu.sed each year ' n'l'lin (mating units. -. Tlir.i,', -.nit old newspapers, ;..i?,iui;:;, and o'Jiei waste com- 'j'lir. v'tp.llMy.'""nc'irot let HI ::ci:uiijiil:''.l.c in basements • i •!!.'••:•;. '.'. Ilr.v i-.'.v".i .',<""" in your home '.:il..i!- vii.li tin' d-.'l-.iils of afire i i i ') niitil ii can be done . 'bit it HV,L> save their . : , ".:•] Miir life, tool WHO PUTS MORE ROOF® ( There is no country in the world where so many fan: ! their own as the United States . . . over 28,000,000 <...• ' American families. For 130 years Savings and l.ca .• •••. been putting roofs over our heads. The coiivt in. nl mt payments for repaying home loans like rent \vas di vl"! Loan Associations. Today Insured Savings and LOHM A.-.more homes than all other iinautial iiu;litnlii>!!:, v .-ipijii -. Home Federal Savings All Accounts f : u!ly Insuitd Save From The 15th -- Fain '•• SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, Member of the Savings and Loan Foundation, Sponsor of 'Its /• ;.f. Assn, MR. AND MRS. Roy Hutzell went to Earlham last Sunday to visit the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hester. Mrs. Hester has been hospitalized for bursitis and has been dismissed but still goes back for therapy. MR. AND MRS. Louis McEnroe and family went to Mason City one day last week where business was transacted. MRS. KENNETH Kickbush accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Funk to Garner Sunday where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Teglund. Mrs. Funk and Mrs. Teglund are daughters of Mrs. Kickbush. MR. AND MRS. Marc Moore spent last Sunday at Iowa Falls with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ford. MR. AND MRS. Marc Moore were visited over the weekend by the latter's sister, Wilma Wenger, Britt, who teaches in the school system there. TOM DAILEY suffered a fall at his home Thursday and has been taken to Verterans hospital Des Molnes. The worst injury was a cracked hip. One daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. Richard Noonan lives at Humboldt, and the other daughter Maxine, who is married, lives in Calif. SCOTT MILLER who attends Simpson college at Indianola, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller, coming to attend the school festivities. Others who were homo for the Homecoming are Sig Wood, Judy Parrott, Marilyn Harris and Gary Naylor. MRS. DICK Post and son Bob went to Iowa City last week where Bob has periodic check-ups for a slight blood disorder of a rather rare nature. MR. AND MRS. H. M. Knecht and Cheryl spent Sunday at Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Al Salz, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Knecht. MRS. PHIL Kohlhaas and Mrs. Rose Scanlan returned Sunday from Minneapolis where they spent ten days with Mrs. Kohlhaas' son-in-law and daugther, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Livedalen. While there they saw "My Fair Lady," "The Sound of Music" and the stage play, "Kismet." MR. AND MRS. Alden Mr- Adams have >>een visited by the latter's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. John Winslow and Mrs. Winslow'smother, Mrs. Jennie Campbell, Fontrma, Calif. MR. AND MRS. William Geering had as guests Friday their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black, Spencer. MR. AND MRS. Craig Smith have l>een visited by the lattor's sister, Mrs. Ed Meyer, Chicago. She also spent some time at Whittemore with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. She was taken to Minneapolis last week for the flight back to Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Hugo Joluison spent Tuesday at Williams with the former's brother, Ivan, who recently returned from Sweden. MR. AND MRS. John Hayes spent last weekend at Lincoln, Neb., where Mr. Hayes attended a State Farm Bureau Insurance convention. ONLY WAKES YOUR HOME WINTER HOT, V DltfTFREE. Cut with Shears and Tack On Genuine FLEX-0-GLASS is the only window material that carries a 2 year guarantee. The name FLEX-0- GLASS is printed on the edge for your protection. " Anoth BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBLE The tiger scores again I It's dramatically fresh and new, but still very, very Pontiac. That's written all over it, from the no-doubt-about-it new front end to the trimly tailored rear. (Did you think for one minute that we'd leave out the unique Pontiac styling character you like so well? Never!) Another nice thing about the '66 Pontiacs is that there are more of them—3 new super-sumptuous Broughamsand 4 Venturas. And. of course, foryou other Pontiac lovers we've got a bright new Grand Prix, new Catalinas, new Star Chief Executives- all with new Wide-Track ride and improved cat- quick handling. But you'll discover those things when you slip behind the wheel and turn a new 66 tiger loose Wide-Track Pontiac/'66 and again 1 GTO CONVERTIBLE You're looking at the newest thing in tigers. Sleek, lean-muscled new style. New power that starts with a revolutionary new kind of six and ranges through four V-8's. Crisp curves shape the new silhouette, and the sports coupe sports a smartly recessed rear window. Pontiac's revolutionary overhead cam six acts buy sixes for Delivers 165 hp (or you can specify Tempest Customs and Le Mans V-8's? Up to more like a V-8. looks like no six you ever saw. the sports package which includes the 207 hp 360 hp in the GTO See all the '66 ticjeis in and still remembers that saving is what six buyers version). And it's standard on all Tempests. tiger country today. Wide-Track Pontiac/66 Come to tiger country. See all the Wide-Track tigers at your Pontiac dealer;.. SCHULTZ BROS South Phillip* Algona, Iowa

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