The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1965 · Page 13
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JVUrry-Oo-Round ttltltlHltllllltHtnillHIWIHHIIIwHnl GIVE EXTENSIOK SERVICE Step-saving convenience for the whole family ... what a beautiful way to say "Merry Christmas" ! Choose the spot, choose the color for your handy new telephone—kitchen, bedroom, basement are popular locations. Easy to order, too. Just call the telephone business office, or ask any telephone employee. Northwestern Bell Ay Drew Pearson WASHINGTON - President Johnson, though recovering well from his operation, is not yet the dynamic LBJ he was before he went to the hospital, He seems less energetic, his voice is quiet and low on the telephone, he generally appears subdued, One reason, aside from the aftermaths of the operation, is the fact he faces some soul- searching decisions on the war in Viet Nam. Basically, he must decide upon one of three courses being urged upon him: 1. To double U. S. forces in Viet Nam, which would mean calling out the reserves and National Guard to give Gen. Westmoreland the troops he says he must have simply to defend Viet Nam against the infiltrating North the cheeriest gift for ...flowers and plants!' Remember your family and friends with flowers or plants from our outstanding selection. Bring in your gift list today— we'll take care of every name, do all the wrapping and handle all deliveries, too! ,.' send Christmas flowers and plants anywhere HUENHOLD'S FINE FLOWERS GREENHOUSES Your Flower Phone 295-2584 T.r.r GIVi HER A PAIR OF AIR STEPS FOR CHRISTMAS Well-mannered shoe: fashioned with flawless fit Air Step's beautifully tailored walking shoe in rich calf. Set prettily on a maple heel. So flexible, too, from the ribbed soles to the elasticiged front. (List color* here). Seen In GOOD HOUSEKEEPJNq AU SIZES 4% thry 11 use OUR GIFT CERTIFICAT6S FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY All COIQRS All WIDTHS QUADS TO C' BROWN bill SHOE STORE ALGONA IOWA Vietnamese. 2. To go all out, not only sending more troops but bombing Hanoi and bombing or mining the port of Haiphong to inflict maximum tjamage and cut off shipments from Russia and other nations to North Viet Nam by sea, even though this could mean destroying ships flying not only the flags of Russia but of England, France, Greece and other friendly nations. 3. To make a dramatic move for peace by suspending all bombing of North Viet Nam for some weeks or months, in the hope that this action would swing world opinion on the side of the U. S. and give Moscow and other capitals a chance to break down Ho Chi Minn's intransigent refusal to consider meaningful peace talks. One of the arguments the President is weighing is the advice of influential civilians that no white Western nation can ever win a land war in Asia, because we in the West consider life precious, and Asiatics do not. This on top of the old U. S. military axiom that any Western army would bog down in the morass of the Asiatic mainland. President Johnson also knows now that following the advice, given him a year ago by the Pentagon to start bombing North Viet Nam was a serious mistake. It has not cut off the flow of men and supplies to the South; it has not put us in a stronger bargaining position; it has instead put us on the defensive with much of the world. And it is costing many American lives. It's easy to understand why he now seems more worried than ever over the war in Viet Nam. - o - -NOTHING'S NEW— If you're worried, about the war in Viet Nam, or if you have family problems with your children, or you criticize the government in Washington, you may find some comfort in this quotation found in the papers of A'cTiai Stevenson after he died: "Our earth is degenerate in these latter days: bribery and corruption are common; children no longer obey their parents; every man wants to write a book, and the end of the world is evidently approaching." Adlai Stevenson did not write that; it was found on an Assyrian tablet inscribed 4,700 years ago. The anicient Assyrians must have had some problems too. - o - —KOSYGIN'S BLAST— Premier Kosygin's bitter blast at the United States last week had behind it certain important economic facts - chiefly that the Russian people want more food . and better housing at atime when they will now have to spend more money on arms. Also the bitter winter cold which has come early in Russia has set back the crops and the economy. Meanwhile, the Russian people have been getting more freedom to speak their minds, and they have become more critical of government failures. Premier Kosygin was telling the truth when he said that the Kremlin hated to increase the arms budget 5 per cent. - o - -RAILROADS HELP AGAIN- The Association of American Railroads deserves some public commendation for the way it has picked up boxcars of gifts for our troops in Viet Nam in cooperation with the Junior Chamber of Commerce, The railroads have done this before - they also responded magnificently when the Friendship Train was organized after World War n to send food to starving nations of Europe. Unfortunately, not all of the gifts will arrive in Viet Nam by Christmas - they're piling up in California because the Defense Department has neither the ships nor the airplanes to carry them across the Pacific in time, One reason is that when ships do get to Saigon it takes them 21 days to deposit their cargo. They have to anchor out in the river and wait for weeks before they can go up to the docks to be unloaded. Once there, the unloading is done by women dockworkers. There are two giant cranes left by the French, but these cranes aren't working for lack of parts, so the unloading must be done by hand. Some modern docks and workable machinery, plus dredging of the river to help ships get to the docks, would cure some of the shipping Jam at Saigon. - o - -ALABAM A COURTESY— One Senator who did not take a sightseeing junket abroad after Congress recessed wasTomMc- Intyre, Democrat of New Hampshire, who went instead to Hayneville, Ala., where one of his constituents, Jonathan Daniels of Manchester, N. H., had been killed by a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Sen. Mclntyre first paid a courtesy call on Gov. George Wallace of Alabama. It was not a friendly session. Gov. Wallace asked him: "Why don't you go to Watts, Calif., Philadelphia, or Harlem instead of coming to Alabama?" "I would," replied Sen. Mc- lntyre, "if one of my constituents was killed there." Mclntyre Invited Gov. Wallace to come with him to Hayneville where he was going to address a meeting in a Negro church. Wallace declined, but later told the press: "You bet I want him to speak to them Niggers." Sen. Mclntyre says, however, that except for that session with Gov. Wallace, he generally was received courteously. Music Mothers At LuVerne To Add Equipment LUVERNE - The Music Mothers met Monday evening of last week in the LuVerne school lunchroom with 13 members present. A guest was Miss Barbara Sharman, chorus and band director. She presented band pupils of the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades in a music program before the meeting. Mrs. Orville Hurlburt, Music Mothers president, presided. They voted to purchase a filing cabinet for the band room, and new cymbals. Mrs. John Pergande was hostess for the meeting. - o Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz and Lester h'ad'as'visitors Monday her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Werner, Fairmont, Minn., and a friend, Miss Esther Drager, Sherburne, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown and son of Springfield, HI., stopped on Thanksgiving Day at the home of his sister, the John Pergande family, enroute to Omaha, Neb., to visit their mother, Mrs. Marie Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Myers and boys had as Thanksgiving guests her parents, the Henry Langermans of Fenton. They visited until Sunday. Thanksgiving guests in the .Gordon Gregory home were their daughter, the Kenneth Striplings, and boys of Newell; their son, Randy Gregory of Ft. Dodge, and his friend, George Casineo of Tneck, New Jersey, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gregory of Rutland. The Herbert Danzers and Michael of Mankato, Minn., were pre-Thanksgiving guests, Nov. 21, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Myers and boys. mode o'day 3 pair of gift boxed nylon stretch lace panties . . . 2.95! Mrs. Theresa Assing entered Thuriday, December 16, 196S Algona (lo.) Upper D*< M«lnw-3 Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge Sunday for observation and check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morris and children of Clare were Thanksgiving guests of her ,„.*. Mr. , , Mr,E.r,M,- Mrs. Henry Langerman of Fenton and her daughter, Mrs. Gerhard Myers of LuVerne, visited an aunt, Mrs. Martha Schneider, and her companion, Mrs. Beata Tew. LuVerne Airman To Wed In Feb. The engagement of Miss Donna Nelson of Galesburg, m., to Kenneth Frank Wilhelm, Airman 1. C., son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilhelm of LuVerne, was announced recently by the bride- elects parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don F. Nelson of Rockford, El. The wedding will be on Saturday, Feb. 5, 1966, at 5 p. m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran church in Rockford, 111, A reception will be held at the Forest Hills Country Club after the ceremony. A graduate of Parsons College in Fair field, la., Miss Nelson is the womens accessory buyer at Carson Pirie Scott and Co. Mr. Wilhelm is a graduate of LuVerne high school, attended the University of Iowa at Iowa City, and is in the medical corps stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo, MOPI 0 PAY MOCK IHOP WHY IS ONLY ONE STOCK TANK HEATER AVAILABLE ON A 30 DAY FREE TRIAL PLAN? Because only one is dependable enough to make this no- risk-to-you offer. And only one is recommended by more farmers and dealers than all others combined. Because one keeps the water in a stock tank ice free automatically — all winter long — year after year — the low cost way — on economical LP gas. And only one is made by people who have been in the gas appliance business for over 64 years. Which one? Ask your neighbor. Or ask us. We'll tell you ... IT'S THE JOHNSON Eskimos carve figures from the ivory of walrus tusks. In ancient times, Ivory was valued next to Jade. North Central Public Service Co. "A Complete LP and Natural Gas Service." 295-2484 ALGONA STRONG CHURCHES.. Make Strong Communities "For God alone my soul waits in silence, for my hope is from him." — Psalms 62:5 Whatever you do, rely on hope, have faith in God. God will not desert you. No matter how dark and dismal the moment may appear, be assured that God has not forgotten you. Cling to this belief and faith will see you through. We are near to the greatest of all days, the day we celebrate as Christmas, the birthday of Christ. There can be no more appropriate season of the year to turn our complete thoughts to the goodness of God and to full realization of the promise of eternal destiny. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE local & long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18. East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson GMC Trucks - Firestone Tires - Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care, of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 IQWQ VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169

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