The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1960
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i I I I . '<* , \ g I ft I rt VOTE t OR MILT MILTON G. NORTON Republican Candidate For County Recorder Lifojont; Trident Kossuth County Qimlifircl & Exporiencfid Your Vote Will Bo Apprccintocl QUALIFICATIONS • Graduate of Algona High.School and State University of Iowa • Served two years overseas in First World War « Many years of business experience « Member Methodist Church, Kiwanis Club, American Legion, V.F.W. & Toastmasters Club • Chairman Kossuth County Red Cross Chapter I sincerely promise to the best of my ability and experience, complete integrity in office and administration, embracing sound business practices. f MILTON G. NORTON > C'^i r o^'~':»:o^o3^<^ooiXK>:(W^o:o:(Xwo^»co»K^ TuMtloy, Oct. 11, I960 Maonn (la.) Upper Oe« Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper NIXON'S EASTERN TALKS Editor Algona Upper Des Moines, I wonder if you noticed the report, carried in the October f>fh DCS Moines Register rehilive 1o comments the Republican candidate for President was making in New Jersey on the farm problem. In discussing Senator Kennedy's farm proposals, the Re-, publican candidate, without apparently giving anyone the paths of reason involved concluded that this program would reduce meat. production to World War II rationing levels. Oddly enough, only a few days before, the Register in an editorial raised some ouestions as to whether Senator Kennedy's program might, result in n substantial increase ol meat production. One wonders how the same, program could produce such completely opposite results if indeed it would, properly administered, produce either. Mr Nixon apparently feels that his version would be mor useful in scaring the living day- lighfs out of Eastern consumers. The Vice President's secqnd gem is certainly in a class nil by itself. He expressed the fear thnt Senator Kennedy's proposals relative to bringing' supply more in keeping with demand would e»able the Russians to achieve a major objective — the surpassing of the United States in agricultural production. He expressed particular concern about milk. Allho he,, himself, in.the Mid West stated that P'oduction must r.ornehow be limited, he didn't bother to state that the fanner must continue to be burdened by price depressing surpluses to wnatever extent necessary to give us more of everything than the Russians. I wonder if il ever- occurred to Mr Nixon that the 'Russians might reasonably be allowed to surpass us somewhat since' they have some 20 million r.-.ore people to feed? Oh, well. Let the Russians have more missnes. Mr Nixon will do his darndest to see to it that we. have more eggs. Richard D. Palmer Algona Rusk Drug and Jewelry announces it is now handling the famous line of WYLER WATCHES l» is wifh a great deal of pride that we make the announcement this week that we are now handling the famous "Wyler" watch line. We feel it it a valuable addition to our jewelry department. Here at last is a watch that combines beauty with durability. A watch thai is ideal for farmers, mechanics, etc. A watch that will stand abuse and still keep perfect time And the ladies weren't forgotten either. Every WYLER LADIES WATCH IS SHOCKPROOF 'it will take the abuse of daily knocks and bumps around the house. We believe it is the finest watch you can buy and with the holiday season soon coming up, we are happy to offer our customers exclusive dealership of these watches. <.u»i«mers Algona Post Office Seeking Fireman-Laborer Applications are now being accepted ol the Algona post office to fill future vacancies in the position of fireman-laborer, according to Postmaster W. W. Sullivan.' Starling pay is $1.96 per hour, with automatic yearly increases. Application forms can be obtained from the post office anytime during regular business hours. The-'regular 26 clays per year vacation, 13 days per year sick leave, retirement plan, group insurance and other benefits apply in the position to be 'filled here. CLASSIC BEAUTY REMAINS FOREVER NEW Wylei's master craftsmen with 40 years ol Industry leadership endow it with technical perfection. Even the Vnost exquisite Wyler watch has the built-in protection of the lucallex balance wheel... combining slur dines; with beauty. Wyler Incaflex Balance Wheel -absorbs ihock, prevents breakdown • fully guaranteed against bnukage. Wyler i n c a H • x «. UK-20 Diamonds, »295«B 14K, »75iC. HK- C Diamonds, J250«D. Marquisette, $79.50 ml. Shutters conceal watch dial, $95 • MEN'S SUF-WiNDIIiG WATERPROOF' F. With DATE, $79.50 «C. ?5 Steel, flOQRH. 25 Jewels Cold Filled, *13»« J 25 Jewels UK, (175Mother Wyler watches from $2395 'Providing crystal intact, genuine Wyler parti used. RUSK DRUG and JEWELRY F.T.A. Meeting The County Future Teachers of America (F.T.A.) met at Burt high school Oct.. 3. Six teachers and 25, students were present. Each club brought a member to be on various committees. Those representing Algona were Sandy Hakes-program, Glennda Gabrielson-social, Jackie Rowley-finance, Jean Rovn-service, IVlyrna Mino-mcmbership, and P a t ti Pricbe-publicity. Algona Dairy Club A meeting of the Algona Dairy 4-H Club was held Oct. 4 at the Extension building, Algona. There were nine members and one guest present. A 4-H skating party was discussed. After record books were banded back to the members, lunch was served by Julius Harig. I. B. M. Employee Alvin K. Christiansen, son of Mr and Mrs M. P. Christiansen of Algona, has accepted employment with International Business Machines Corp in Des Moines. Alvin is a management trainee in a management rotation program of administration at the company. Last November he received his degree in industrial administration from Iowa Stale University at Ames. Alvin recently completed six months in the army at Fort Jackson, So. Car., .where he -was an honor graduate of his class in the basic army administratinri course. ' FALL Mrs Raleigh Fry of rural Albia was injured recently when she fell from a stool she had placed on top of a chair to clean cupboards. She suffered broken wrists and a broken vertebra. STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY 2, 1946 (Title 39, United State* Coda. Section 233) SHOWING THE OWNER' AND CIRC Algona Upper Des Moines. published weekly at Algona, Iowa, for Oct 1 inno. 1. The names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publishers Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Ill E. Call St.. Algona. la. Publisher. Editor and Business Manager, R. B. Waller, Algona. Iowa. 2. The owners are (If owned by a corporation, its name and address must be stated and also immediately there- under the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by a corporation, the names and addresses of the individual owners must be. given. If owned by a partnership or other unincorporated firm, its name and address, as well as that of each individual member, must be given.) 1. B. Waller, Algona, Iowa, d/b/a. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Ill E. Call St.. Algona. Iowa. 3: The known bondholders, mort- gagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities are: (II thtr* >r« noiw, 10 ii»t«.) None. 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 include, In cases whore the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such. trustee is acting; also the statements in the two paragraphs show the affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner: 5. The average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to PAID subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date shown above was: (This information is required from dailj-i weekly, semiweeklv and triweekly newspapers only.) 5030 R. B. WALLER Managing Editor Sworn to and subscribed before me this 25th day of September. 1859. (SEAL) JOSEPHINE WALDEBA (My commission expires July 4, 19M.) of entry <mt) the exMaraMng pertaiMKMf the SKYBOCKfTfngmit r, ...<mcl ihe aftDty erf a M-she coH Exciting SKYKOCKK? Engine performance and smooth Vibro- Imed tide.;. both exclusive with Old* •abfej Easy to get h»...eosy to s* M 1C •««Qoowonvy • « • specious oontfoiw liveCer-ftion-ever Rocket Engine ruw» o* lower-corf, regular go*! Plus Twin-Triangle Stability ; i i ond the handling ease yap expect from a quality-built, full-size carl POR exciting new style leaders with o new performance GLJinch ond full-size comfort! Nevw before has 0hte combined such beauty of fine with such sparkling performance in its three famous aeries! Never before have you experienced anything like the exciting SKYROCKET Engine and all-new Hydra-Matic" With Accol-A-Rotor actio^! And juut wait till you see all the headroom, legroom, entry room in OldsmobDe for '61! •Standard on Classic 98, optional at eilra cost > OMMtoftlto't Hoi H*w Huaabur In thm Low-Price Fltldl DAU'S GARAGE, 125 South Dodge, Aigona, Iowa Wt TOWWCat AWOttZM Otl>S*Ot1tt QVAtfTT OCAWtf—TOME IN MrCMAEl SHATffC EVE«T WKK Off L_ "FRANKLY, I'M SKEPTICAL... How can a few curls in the crust make BUTTERNUT any better?" A Mr question, lady! It'» the curls |nside the new Butternut Bread that make it better. You see, th« TENDR*KURL» method adds an •xtra step in the kneading process before the loaf goes into the oven. It actually curls the dough, stretches the bread-cells to make the bread more tender. Presses out tiny air bubbles, so the bread stay* fresher. It's baked longer, too... and that improves the flavor. Still dubious? Then please try a loaf. You'll know tilt difference right away. NOW it's

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