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2-Alaono Qo.) Upper-PM Meirm Tuesday, July 5, 1960 EDUCATION WITHOUT COLLEGE ; So perhaps you are one of those high school graduates who is NQT going to college! You are not destined to become a second- rate citizen if you yourself desire to continue yqur education. You can do just as well as many wr\o go to college - and perhaps more, if you wish to apply yourself. Many of America's greatest leaders had no- thihg more than a brief, formal school education. But they did not stop there. Washington, Franklin, Lincoln, Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry ford, J. C. Penney, Walter Chrysler, to mention a few, educated themselves by reading and learning to think. A university course of study is based chiefly on two approaches to cramming an education into a mind. First, it is by lectures. Secondly, it requires a gre,at deal of reading on given subjects. Examinations, leading to degrees, are based on determining how much of the lecture program and the outside assigned reading program, the student has absorbed. One does not have to go to college to do the reading. Abraham Lincoln failed to finish what we would consider grade school, but he n 'j' ze d"by the major powers of the'world, includ- SOMETHING HAS TO GIVE 'Effective with the 1962 election, Iowa will lose one seat in the House of Representatives, the Census Bureau, after Dec. 1, will furnish a plan for reapportionment of the congressional districts. The plan might or might not be accepted. But no matter, the present eight seats in the House from Iowa will be trimmed to seven — which means somebody's going to lose a congressman. And when we find out how and where, watch the fireworks. But Iowa is not alone. Twenty four states in all will lose Congressional seats as a result of the census. * * * WE HAVE TO KEEP NIMBLE Being nimble is a great asset, whether you are competing in a track meet or running a race in the diplomatic field of world politics. A few days ago the government qf'Turkey, after a series of anti-government demonstrations and riots, tumbled. Between students and the Turkish army, a new government took office. This neVv government has already been recog- never ceased to have an absorbing curiosity and a Jove of reading of all kinds, including newspapers and books. From them he received a liberal education of the past, and kept abreast of the era in which he lived. Graduation from high school can be the end of the educational process, but it need not be for any intelligent young man or woman who is determined to continue his or her own education without benefit of college or university classes. * * * MIGHTY MIDGET MINDS -Washington columnist Ed Koterba, who at one time wrote the Washington Highlight column for this newspaper, had an interesting article recently in his now daily-syndicated series. He said that the civil defense administration is asking another $60,000 for a fourth year to continu.e with its study of "how a human behaves in a disaster." Koterba points out that the 3-year appropriation, totaling $180,000 has resulted in a summary which states that "people can survive h very, on ing ourselves. But here is where being nimble enters into the picture. The OLD government has been our ally of sorts for 15 years. On Turkish soil we have military bases, air bases and missile launching sites. Into Turkey we have poured millions of dollars in exchange for this privilege. The old government, which we supported strongly, evidently was out of step somewhere, down the line, with its own people. But, world politics being what it is, and with our bases still on the same soil, we lost no time in recognizing the NEW government and extolling its virtues. Everything we formerly said about the old government's goodness, we now say about the new government in power by revolt. This is a good sign, in some ways. We've ' been a little slow in the past, lacking the nim bleness that is required to transfer our allegiance frorrt one group to another within a matter ol hours on the world scene. It may be somewhat hypocritical, but don't forget those military bases. STARTLING ADMISSION STRfCTLV BUSINESS MOOSE NEWS with I'd investigated my medical i plan mort thoroughly I" Washington * * ighlights e"fr«fion'« Capital by ftojr of money and .an autographed One night h« asked your Hoi- lowed by demonstrations by baseball from the St. Cecelia's lywood errand-boy if we had any Rachel McNeill and Marilyfi baseball team which he coached, old still photos of stars or scenes Deal. Donna Mae Thilges gave He had been transferred to from motion pictures or telefilms, a talk and Shirley Ohnemus, Charter Oak. We passed the word. Kind people Lucille Gadc, Rosemary Gisch * * * with warm hearts dug up pic- find Carole Teeter gave demon- Gottlieb Bleich, president of tures. The public relations staffs stralions. the Kossuth County Conserva- , at the Walt Disney Studio and • -- f tion League, announced that Warner Bros. Pictures were cs- TRACTOR Fenton. had been chosen to host pecially helpful. Editor friends John W. Anderson of Graet- thc group's predator hunt picnic sent prints of newsphotos while linger suffered a fractured right and county trap shoot. It was their youngsters raided family i og recently when a tractor pin- slated to be held July 14 at the albums for snapshots. riod him into a tree. Mr. Andcr- Fenton ball park. Results of the • • son was in fronl of the tractor county predator hunt were .to be g^ and cr i pp ied children had unlastening an attachment whan announced and prizes awarded t j u , n . nurses write to Tommy in some manner, the clutch slip- and the county five-man trap telling of the hours of pleasure pod into gear. shoot team was to be chosen dur- t hcy enjoyed as a result of his ing the afternoon. Art Priebc of eff orts . The picture project- was Lone Rock and Paul Eigler, Fen- such a sp i e ndia idea that word ton, were in charge of general sprea d from nurse to nurse and arrangements. ^ on t 0 other hospitals. Soon, Totn- * * * my's mail was filled with rc- A total of 50 girls from Algona quests f rom other children's hos- ancl Kossuth county had- been pita i s ancl sanitariums until the entered in the Goodwill Popular- demand was far greater than ity Contest, being sponsored by tne supp iy. This one man of leading Algona business firms. quitc mo d c st means has brought The contest began during the j oy to a countless number of week and was to continue bedridden moppets. .j . .., . _, through August 21. Girls were . . « Algon s Moose Lodge No* 1445 entered in two divisions either Haye we convi d you thal Jf* «" ^ ll j Vue , "ig^f endls for lhc Algona or Kossuth county, with , sums of } ar * not a ,. TlyV- Women o the Moose the winner in each division s at- w £ s ncfedcd l(J ^ t „ me | tingi Women ° r lhe Moose ed to win an expense-paid trip incsg ^ olhers? Around the July 14 - Men of the Moose, rc- to Chicago and Great Lakes. firgt wcek m August Tommy gular meeting. cruise. Cash and merchandise takcs Hs vacatioh Know where July 21 — Women of the Moose awards from the 72 cooperating h , . , You gucsscd it! Ho - u mcctmg. business places were to be k bhis % lbums f and whal pic . J" V 28 -Men of the Moose, re- awarded to girls finishing h,gh P on h ' - fl t th ^ guUn meeting up in the standings. Votes were d k t f cni . ldrcn ^ ™ $ j **£ £ f ^Be™t single to be awarded to every customer hospitals . Hc 'll spread his photos Summer Picnic to be he d Sun- in the, stores who made a cash as £„. , )S th ,. u go fmd search da y, July 17; at Lost Island Lake, purchase or paid 9n account dur- for new s t(J h(?] his ,, sick at tne ^ectric Park. ing the contest and the custom- cr then was to, decide who he wanted to cast his votes for. * * * Here «• ' he markets-medium friends. Now, isn't that o sneaky jfa"»ly fun can be expected. Ev- W h v " • • • We , d Hkc l(J gcc him , cavo wc]1 This < picnic |§ sOmelhi th , )t loaded, and even overloaded. 1 Moose members and their families with pictures for his little anticipate each year, and a lot of NEW CONTROVERSY BREW- less than one percent of the deep . , ING - Nothing sets off the sea floor has been mapped with heav y an ? heavy butcher hogs way of asking Y OU to help dig ' • ••V^JT AT \jniiiig, o*~i.o WAA. niv, ot-ti i luui i iuo pjutii iiiaj^£jv_w wiiu " ^ in f 4 * »4/4 — — — — sparks in Washington like a good any degree of accuracy. Some topped at ?b.iu; tat steers ana up o ]d photos of animals,- views fight over what should be kept day the ocean floor may be the fat yearlings brought $B.50; corn, o f sccn j c places ancl interesting secret and what should be re- place where man will get his 61 cents : oats ' 2 ? A cent ii. t>arlc , v ' snapshots particularly on spoilt, s is leased to the public. A big food. Already we know it holds squabble is about to break out untold wealth in minerals and over the right of the public to fossil fuels. \ see replicas of the first atom o 30 cents; soy beans, 63 cents; subjects, and mailing them to 16 cents; cream, 27 cents; Tommy Young, % Buddy Mason, in the valuable. * * * A dance is also being planned for the near future with a 3-piece ra and entertainment to be hens. 10 cents; ducks, five cents, 920 w : llth st, Los Angeles 15, funded by Sny FW 'and Di""" """ " and geese, four cents. California? which destroyed the Japanese WORTHWHILE R E C O G N I'"!^°L. Hli ;s 8 . hl T °v. d 53~. ™« _ ";»», "SSSSSS, .•*£ 2 " •,?." ,1,',"' 3Z a ne Stebrilz, popular and well- known . local couple who have ° f pantomino new second week in the two bombs. That is, it would release information as to their f"^ . . . . . __ _- 1UI LlliO LJU1LS\JO^> A Ij VY VJ W I\A 1 1\>11 Wl size, weight and shape. So a Con- , h e t ma i or i tv O f V oune - gressman suggested that replicas ptplf who are'gS ciUzen's and heirs at $75 per acre. of the bombs be made and placed who contribute generously to the on display at the Smithsonian heritage of our Nation and to the Institution. But the State Depart- ho church, school and comment intervened and thought this munity . Who ca n oppose a bill would give an impression the U.S. is "gloating and boasting" over its ability to develop such an awesome weapon. This, said State, would play right into the Con- t0 M SOt aS h d ° nouse." J The"landT"in"three tracts wns held by the Cresco Chums. T. ^M h, ™ located in Prairie township was It would honor _.....,....„ u.. ?ix Arndorfcr Sharon that? —o— READY FOR ACTION — If of the Republican con- A tired representative points out that this Baltimore Sun—Newspaper people cannot but take _._L— i i.-_... u.. L:^J *„, „*„,* u to h eart when the President tells a gathering composed largely of representatives of the daily press that he reads the papers only on Sundays. Does the President's startling admission mean little gem has been know by mankind for years - but it took $180,000 for the civil defense administration to discover it. The CDA, incidentally, is trying to sell the idea that what should be done in Washington is thgt reporters, commentators and cartoonists might to build new federal buildings costing tens of as well ta k e t j ie W eek off, reserving their best rpillions of dollars in a perimiter of 100 to 200 efforts for Sunday publication? We think'not. It ...',_'. ....-..__, v t ,_. L: __.-_ ...uu ,~-,:~i i k- . s a mclancholv thoughCjust'the same, that the nation's President regards so lightly the nation's press. [piles around Washington, with special bombproof sheltres. The purpose would be to save the lives of some bureaucrats in case of a bomb hit. We trust the CDA boys have their own spot all'picked out. , Upper PCS <Hohtics ill E. Call btrcct—Ph. Cf 4-3535—Algona, Iowa * Entered as second class matter at the postofiice •t Algona, Iowa, tinder Act of Congrew of March 3, 1879. Issued Tuesday in 1960 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor DON SMITH, News Editor DARLENE KINSEY, Advertising Mgr. 'V, NATIONAL EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave-, New Yojfk'M. N. Y. CONGRESSMAN GROSS POINTS TO WASTE Sioux City Journal: There's one thing about H. R. Gross, congressman from Iowa's third district. He has a keen sense of what makes news stories. The lowan hit the papers the other day with ~ his commeints on a bill appropriating 16,Q mil.Upn dollars for the National Science foundation which contained a $50,000 grant to 'New York's Cornell university for a study of bird sounds. Said Mr. Gross: "Is it too, much jfo hope that the day will cqme when spme foundation, richly endowed by congress, will make a study, and record for posterity of the anguished sounds of taxpayers when they read how their, money is being frittered away?" A recording of taxpayer $qunds might be interesting, but we dpubt if such an album would win a gold record, or whatever it is Uie big sellers win. The good old taxpayers could, ind.ivid.uaHy, cut pretty fair discs of their own. * ' * * In case yo,u believe that the will to win is disappearing from ^he "local scene, drp y p over and watch some Little League baseball games. * ' ' - * •-* ' J. ; •" ' ' ' • ' ' •' The modern girl usually washes considerable time looking " f p,r the jcj[e,a| "man ' — then she wakes up and begins looking for a husband. • " ' ' ' "" ' e for the declassified information wor ld lt won t be because of poor Behind The Movie Sets WITH BUDDY MASON Cresco Chums 4-H A cook-out at Call Slate; Park * • • Harold'Miller, local Moose fio- Roethler and Ann Segar ver'nor, 'calls attention to the fa- gave demonstrations. ci'ities of the Algona Moose lodge At the training school on fair which are ample .for wedding par- exhibits held at Hurt, Cresco tl . t>s ' gatherings of social .groups, was represented by Ann Smith. ancl wl Rosemary Gisch, 'Jeanne Ann Friders and Mrs Chamberlain. Jeanne Ann Frideres entered a play suit which received a good rating. yonlacUn head of timeb to ida conflict in dates. The fee for rental is nominal. * * • The Algona Moose Lodge corcli- The All Day work shop of the ally invites you to investigate the Cresco Chums was held Juno 21. many advantages of membership. The sack lunclvat noon was fol- sible to create a picttire or model of the bombs and that wouldn't th the end of this one. MFW NEW stations in 425 cities. Radio cov- " whaf would YOU do with a will link i noo <jt-iiinn<! million dollars? This seems to than hil a rSfliofSe'. be a major topic of conversation Qf telephone wire wi]1 carry the on sets of Don Fcdderson's po- QniiAn ? tor y to *<*°° newspapers and £ul«. telefilm series, "The Mil- SQUAD — wire services Tele-typewriters "onaire " starring Marvin Miller re >*«• I Professional Directory There is hardly a state where operat i ng O v er a 470,000-mile To tnc credit of mankind in somebody has not been victim- ne t wor k w ni serve 9,500 loca- Seneral, few of the answers fail ;~u* .,.„„ ^ ong ^ ^ estimated £ hat more to include sizeable gifts to cover the GOP convention. manv busv People realize that large sums of money are not always required in bringing happiness to others. Prove it? We'd be happy to do so! May we introduce you to a graying ex-Marine who sells newspapers six nights each week on the corner of Alva- radq and Wilshire in Los Angeles. Meet Tommy Young, slight of stature, now a trifle round shouldered, who stands tall as a giant in the eyes of those who know him. * • • But by the time they have been than ' 40 oo newsmen and women worthy causes. However, not 2 E. State fleeced — frequently of their • ,,..,, Jife savings — the promoter has moved on and set up shop in another state. Under a bill now pending in Congress this might not be so easy. It has been proposed that the U.S. Attorney General maintain records of fraudulent and other unethical business practices. This would serve "as a clearinghouse so that the activities of these promoters would be known to law enforcement officials in every state. There is no doubt such a system INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklcfs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail Personal Claim Service CY 4-452U DENTISTS ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. Phone CY'4-3178 BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 . . , J r . FROM THE FILES OF THE would make it hard for the gyp- 'ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Onl y T omm Y' s closest friends artist to stay in business very . . . • . , long. JULY 9. 1940 of his spare time. It seems that o— The July Fourth weekend prp-; some years back, Young's Amer- FAULTY ADDING MACHINE vided a lot of holiday time for ican Legion Post was alloting BOHANNON INSURANCE i u • w- j in ' SERVICE know how he spends nearly all 9 N. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance —' Trying to keep count of all everyone, but nine persons in the constructive projects to indivi- the delegates the Candidates for Titonka vicinity didn't have a dual members. Tommy volun- the Democratic Presidential, no- very good time of it. That's the leered for service and was soon mination claim is practically im- total who suffered injury of one writing cheery letters to bedrid- SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN KOSSUTH CO. \On«s Year, tn advance —$3.00 Both Algona papers, ifa combination, per year —fS.OO $ipfle Copies -» T I0c f UBftCRIPTIpN RATES OUTSIPE KOSSUTH Qne V*ar. \n advance , . , $4.00 totb Algona papers in combination, oqe year $6.00 [o subscription Jess than 6 months. AL PITY Ajfrp CPUNTX »||;W.SP,APEH iy Advertising, fjer Inch, „ , 03c I) doesn't take long to n^oy^ from t^e e^a yf hf n you breathlessly awai't the words, "pa-pg and ' "Ma-Ma", to the poin^ ^ f^^y yea,rs latQvw^en yoju beseech them to say nothing. * • • * * .. A budqej i$ a Plan th£{ e^f^tf yfu to R«y as you go — if you don't go anywhere. * '*'•*••' ' This being enumeration time, so^neou* should figure out and report' how many things can go wron,g with the averagf automobile. SHOCT A CANNON... Doiens of adverlajn^ gimmicks ore of|p^|l th **, bv*lnfH firnsf - • • qqd «o odd assortment of med- all «9»tly. They ttiU only add up to a "»<ajtei»uo" «|, f« e »- MPft firi^i find that cfniiftenf us* of newspaper ad. vertising space is "shoeing a canoon", and costs far less than other methods. ^ T«f f , KOINES IT'S 0000 tUtittfSS TO PO lUIINf SS AT HOM£ CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION he big enough to hold a political ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade writing .to them was not enough. O ver $74,000,000 worth of in. A: n ..i *!_;„ i i „•!!_ ,^_n 3 f *' i i_ _...'' i i ' ^ • ••' • ^ •' ' * ^ . .. ... ttiivono^ i»» f r-ir>rtt* A Vi/^m^ convention. But this bad arith- fell and fractured her arm; the- He <began communicating with «urance in force. A home • •- ----- - - : -~ -'-• -••- -• - • • • .*>..• .. company. Safe, secure. Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham. Sec'y years so only happens every four 10 year old daughter of the h,ead nurses, asking questions, so they can be forgiven. George Schmidt's. cut her foot requesting that his queries be —o— badly while wading in a sand passed on to other nurses. Rcad- HAIL TQ .SMALL BUSINESS pit; David Hoon was stung by a ing between the lines of their „„„„. .„» -..**.,..,, — The American small business- bee and the poison affected his replies, he formulated plans for For Auto House Household man may be small m one sense jsystem so that he could not see bppsUne the morale of MS "sick floods, "and' Many'Other k'on but not in numerical strength. for a while; Donald Graham re- jqdlots." ' Phone CY 4-3733 There are no%y £,666,000 business- ceived cuts and bruises during a es in the U.S. — an alltime high skirmish with a bull and narrow- When, the new pennies — aod. 95 percent of them are ly escaped serious injury; Mrs. put in circulation, he saved them HERBST INS. AGENCY ho fc orms 3 Ted S. Herbit Iowa Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Small Business Administration scythe; Myrle Swan received a towed them for. bravery in the b,as made ctver 2p,,p,pp loans in bad cut on his face when a hay face of 'shp,ts," taking medicine yie. RBS^ $wq yp^rs Jar a, total of press motor backfired and the with a smile, for keeping bedt- \ yp< $$30, jni^CjO. "ft^e'SEiA provides crank struck him; and Mrs. Ern- stands tidy, for patience and ma,ny services, Jq help the small est Peterson cut her hand on a good cpnduct. Had they been businessman, u ^jji m ake stu . fruit j ar wn ich shattered as she Coined Iro'm real goTd, they could $ics pf small plants, for instance, attempted to open it. Accident- not have been more highly and regularly publishes a list of wise, that was about enough for prized, new products which small bus- one week in any community;. ' • . • • t' •..'«' messes plight be interested in * * * He, |pUD^ (^ft| chHd«p ojd, weather moved back in- enough (o read drew'BOOKS from p pconomy to Kossuth county during the the hospital libraries to while HAROLD C. SUNDET Henresenting State Farm Ins. Co. 706 So. Phillips St. Phone CY 4-2341 f FIRE—HAIL DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Blrlg. Office phone CY 4-434* DR. J. B. HARRIS. JR. Dentist New Location On Corner Phon* CY 4-m* At 622 E. State DOCTORS G. BOURNE. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2349 Resident phone'CY 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK. M. D. Physician 8e Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 . Resident phone CY 4-2614 of cpursR, ^ (o 10! big business. ! W, ., . epresentative The Equitably Life Assurance Society Of The United States of the whole' country,'including week after a week of compar- away weary hours ancl temporal-- Burt, Iowa ~ Phone 201 in business. ativcly mild weather. Forecasts \\y c§cau? frprn bo/^dpm t^nd • MHWV « V p. v w V |p*^p^ii V ^>^ii^M called for more warm weather, pain. S^fller ffy yefe not so .. rLD °F THE UNKNOWN with a few thunder storms Iqcky. Th^re were tinic-s vyheh — A lot has been written about thrown in for good measure, even their favorite toys couldn't , ., . design^ t«.M.P this country take (yfl adyar^ filP'OJp PUgC^J ..... scissors and paste he worked far e c\f Father Ahmann, one of the into the night constructing pastc- ttftW d 10 inner most populii 1 .' ??.\ h .9.'At' PP^sls in up albums. Albums of wild ani- space. Oceans, for example, cover ffifennr^ area, ami 'assfstant at mals, pefe bn^srirahsporfaUoh 72 percent of the earth's surface. St. Cecelia's, Algona, was honor- vehicles, foreign countries with This is an area nine times great- qd at a farewell party last week, their points of scenic interest, er than that of the Mooii yet M e vva!i presented with «* iws>e native drew and customs. Dr. D. D, Arnold Chiroorac^qp Ovejr Pennty'i ; 04fk-e Phone ~ tfy 4*3371 Hoilrs: »;00 -*- S'.QO - Open Friday Wight Df. ' 52J E. Stale it, V Hours; 1:00 — |tM thru Btt. 9:00 - 1:00 Frid«y Ph. Qli, CY 4-4b'/7 R«». CY 4-3419 CAROL L. PLOTT. M.D. HO N. Moore Street Practice Limited, to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYprcss 4-4331 Residence JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon 114 N. Moore ' Office phone CY 4-222* • Resident phone CY 4-2232 JOHN M. SCHUTTER, MJ). Physician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-44BO Resident phone CY 4-2339 OPTOMETRISTS DR. L. L. SNYDER Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-271J Closed Saturday Afternoons PH. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyfs Examined Contact' Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone CYpress 4-2198 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. C. M. O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis & Visual Trainini 103 South Harlan St T (Hcone. Federal Bldg.) 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