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^Algah* (Mf.) ilpplr bit MitlnM Tu*idd y , Dec. 27, 1960 met De$lome$ ri GOOD LUCK, JACK! When the new President takes over on the 20th of next month he will find much unfinished 6nd much unpleasant business from the previous administration dumped into his lap. Not since the incoming of the administration of F\D.R. has a new administration been faced with such on unstable state of foreign and domestic affairs. . During the months preceding the late election many serious national problems were kept under cover. Since the election the many sore spots have been showing up. One of them of which the public should have been informed months ago is the heavy outflow of U. S. gold to foreign countries. Foreign relations, unemployment, farm surpluses, the troubled state in the Congo and in Cuba, excessive war expenditures in foreign countries, surplus payrolls in Washington, and many others. It is fortunate that the new President is strong and healthy, well informed on public affairs, and a man of sound judgment. All of these attributes are needed by the head of the U. S. Government, especially in such times as these when government management in Washington will be made. It is fine for the country that there are cordial relations .between the outgoing and the incoming administration.- The -effect of such a co-operative relationship will have a good influence throughout the world. The two Presidents will not find it embarrassing io ride together for the inaugural ceremonies on the 20th of next month. * ' * * OPINION ON CRITICISM Exchange — It is not surprising or unexpect- e'd when readers of our paper criticise news stories or editorials that they don't like. Reasonable criticism is good for the critics and it is also good for those criticised. Both like each other better afterwards. It would also be appreciated, though it does not often happen, to pass out occasionally at least a good word or a pat on _the back for news stories or editorials that meet with approval. Abraham Lincoln once said: "If I tried to read, much less answer, all the criticisms of me, and all the attacks leveled against me, this office would have to be closed for all other business. I do the best I know how, the very best I can, and I mean to keep on doing it- down to the very end. If the end brings-me out all right, what is said against me won't amount to anything. If the end brings me out wrong, ten angels swearing I was right would make no difference." * * * Blessed are the poor - they don't have to tjorrow money to pay their income taxes. — The Walrjut Bureau. * * * Failure is the road of least persistence. — Trie Schleswig Leader. Upper lies ill E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Entered as second class matter at the postoffice •t Algona, Iowa, undfcr Act of CongreM »f March 3. 1879. • Issued Tuesday in 1960 By fHE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr. GEO. M. SMITH, Foreman NATIONAL E D IT 611AI t M f MB[ R NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION BATES IN KOSSUTH CO. tine Year, in advance ... . r —.———.—13.00 Both Algona papers, in combination, per year *5.uo S)0«le Copies rj ..,,. r .. T ,-,-,.- v .,__ r -. r| . rr - r .,-_—, lOc SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH brie Year, Jn advance ,.., $4.00 Both Algona papers in combination, one year $6.00 No subscription less than 6 months. drricjAjt, CJTY^NP, COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST v The Dishonor Roll by Jerry Marcus ONE LESS CONGRESSMAN What is done about reapportionment in the approaching legislative session will not be a puzzle only on the basis pf state senators and state representatives. It will also be interesting to see what and how the legislature solves the matter of reducing the l&wa congressional' districts from eight to seven. Every present congressional district will be involved; they will all face some reshuffling. Indications are that with the state legislature controlled by republicans their major aim might be to realign the state so that the two democratic congressmen will have the roughest possible sailing. If the legislature can remake the congressional districts so that democratic counties are sliced in with a greater number of republican counties, the democrats could wind up in Iowa without any congressmen after 1962. The present two democrats in Congress are Merwin Coad of our own 6th district, and Neal Smith of the 5th district, which adjoins the 6th oh the south. By rearrangement, the democratic strength in the 5th and 6th could be parcelled around and thinned out in strong republican areas. That is exactly what some observers think will happen. At any rate, state reapportionment is going to be an involved matter, affecting not only the legislature but the congressional districts as well, and'Iowa democrats can well be warned that they are in for a tough time when it comes to holding on to congressional seats in the state. * ' * * SPEAKERS TOO LONG-WINDED Humboldt Republican — We have been present, at many gatherings where some longwinded speaker wore his audience to complete boredom by talking too much and too long. We have sat through these discourses intensely interested at the beginning but completely bored at. the end. When those fellows start repeating we start to. get bored- We have heard all they have to say ana repetition) only spoils the early effect of their words. And then there is the preacher, or minister, who harps and harps on the same subject, repeating over and over his vocal efforts to put over his point. To far too many speakers the audience is a captive that must sit and Ifsten until he finishes, no matter how many times he repeats himself. ; In public meetings this is boring and tiring! and defeats the very purpose" of "the speaker!' Some do get up and leave, but those few who have such courage are often considered discourteous. In a church, where a longwinded minister or preacher takes advantage of a captive audience, the effect of his long lecture is often wasted by the boredom he creates. People generally are intelligent and quick to spot a phony. And people generally are generous toward speakers, realizing thcit the subject is close to the speakers heart and that he wants to get his message across. But when that speaker starts repeating they get bored and the speakers words mean less and less. And then there is the speaker, who is so completely enthralled wifh his beliefs and • motives that he forgets that his audience is less enthralled and motivated and that they must be led instead of being driven. Who was it that once said you could pull a rope but just try pushing it. ' * . * * WHAT HAPPENED? Indianola Record-Herald; — Remember back in 1953 when Dwight D. Eisenhower took over the reigns of government from President Harry S. Truman. There was great jubilation in the country as the people looked forward to a new national administration. Eisenhower had won on a platform of cleaning up the mess in Washington, of ending the Korean war and of reducing the cost of government. They have failed miserably on the third and for us it has been one of the big disappointments of the Eisenhower administration. Eisenhower took the Truman budget for 1953 and sliced $10 billion dollars out of it and looked like he was- off to a good start on his third major promise. At that point the professional politicians must have arrived oh the scene, because today, after almost eight years, we have more bureaus, more people on the government payroll and a larger annual expenditure of money than ever before. * * * God helps those who help themselves, and the government helps those who don't. — The Odebolt Chronicle. * * * If all of the election polls were laid end to end, they would still be far from predicting the truth'. •ANYIOOY WHO OOft OCT ON * MOOT LIM OUOHT TO NAM NB MIAB IXAMMM* Washington * * highlights 9m O O A IFWMy Report from the^Natien't Capital by Rmy F< installed by Rev. W. H. Discher Sundby. at the Lutheran church at Whltterndre. The new officers were Erwih Sierfts, , president, August Vdudt, Sri; vice president, W. A. Rusch, treasurer, H.. W. Behnke, secretary, Archie Voigt, trustee, Henry Wichtendahl, deacon, Fred Heinrich, school board, Henry Kuecker, finance secretary: Only retiring officer was F. J. Balgeman. * * * Many persons in the Armstrong area were suffering from bronchial pneumonia. A total of seven persons had been stricken, but to date none of the cases had proven too serious. * * * A new pastor. Rev. John T. Anderson, arrived at;Lone Rock and delivered, his first sermon as regular minister of the Presbyterian church there Jan. 1. Rev. and Mrs Anderson arrived from Westfield, Wise, to fill the Lone Rock vacancy. « * * Algeria's Iowa Theater had this lineup of movies set to show during the week - "Renfrew of the Mounted" (no stiars listed), Murder on the Yukon", with Polly Ann Young (billed as sister of Lioretta), "Slightly Tempted", with Hugh Herbert, "Diamond Frontier", with Victor McLaglen, and "Mexican Spitfire Out West' 1 , with Lupe Velez, Leon Errol and Donald Woods. * * * Stephen Kenefick, son of Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick, returned 'to school Wednesday after a siege of chicken pox. Stephen was a kindergarten student in Algona. * * * With the draft going full swing, this story was making the roun.ds- A draftee vis-ited DociClhpsiaclclle of Burt recently and told the doctor he had weak eyes. "Weak eyes, eh?", said- Dr. Clapsaddle, "How many lines on that chart can you read?" "What chart?" Al Mdrinfe Comf* - Marine Lance Corporal Rox. W. Larson, husband of the former Karen Thomson of Lakotn, is now serving with the second Marine division at Camp Lejeune, N. C. ^ Mr and Mrs Bob Bormann took their son Louis to Mason City on Thursday where he was to undergo nose surgery. Never knew how hard il was to drive a bargain until I bought a second-hand car. Council Minutes SEASONS GREETINGS — We the new year, hope Santa dug deep in his big Former President Hairy Tru- asked the draftee, bag of goodies and left these gifts man: A Sunday School book on * * * at the home of the following: the evils of using naughty words. Here ere a couple of ilems from President-elect John F. Ken- Capitol Architect George Ste- Ledyard: Mrs Paul Nitz has been nedy: Four years of an Adminis- wart: Enough time to complete ill and under the doctor's care tratiqn marked by peace, harm- stands in front, of the Capitol for the past few weeks. The annual ony and good will. the Jan. 20 Presidential Inaugura- church meeting of the Reformed . President Eisenhower: Good tion. church will be held Sunday af- health and fond memories of long Readers of this Newspaper ternoon at two o'clock. Everyone service to his country. Good h ^ m ' happiness ^ a »s urged to be present. Riusran Premier Khruschev: A bou ntiful New Year, desire to talk peace and mean what he says. Also a book entitled, "How Not To Be A Bully." U-2 Pilot Gary Powers: Early release from his Russion prison. Attorney General - designate Robert Kennedy: Some foolproof legal document to help bring Teamster Boss Jimmy Hoffa to justice. JIMMY HOFFA — A chance to com« clean. ^Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Benson: A plaque reading, "He The stork visited two Portland township homes and left new baby .daughters at each stop. Parents of the new girls were the Clifford Ringsdorfs and Mr and Mrs' Leo Fox. * * * Three farm sales were listed in the UDM. They were to be held within the next week at the farms of Andrew Beck, Jan. 13, Leo Waldschmidt, Jan. 15, and Charlie Stuflick, .;Jan. 16. All were complete closing out auctions. COUNCIL MINUTES Thc City Council met Dec. 14. 1960 with Whittemorc, Mayor Pro Tern., arvl the following members: Muckcy, Haggard, Finn & Pcirce. Waived the reading of the minutes. Resolution approving the transfer of funds from the Utilities to the Street Dept. was adopted. GENERAL Dr. Cameron C'. Shiork, Salary .$ 112.50 David A. Smilh, Salary . 210.16 low.i State Bank, W'Holding Tax .._. :..: ... 17.33 Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Court Costs - November 86.00. Advance Publishing Co., Legal Publications ^2.50 Arwell, Inc., Rat Control ' 15.00 Blossom Ins. Agency, Workmen s Compensation 43.52 Cpllaghan & Co., Subscription _ 35.00 Koch Brothers, Office Supplies 4.35 Lat'a's Business Systems, Inc., Office Supplies 28.08 Tracy Office Equipment Co., Service Contract _ _ 30.00 Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co., Legal Publications 75.65 STREET Jess E. Lashbrook, Salary 163.76 Albert F. Pcrgande, Salary _. 161.02 Glenn F. Burtis, Salary _ 131.38 Raymond W. Motzcn, Jr., Salary '. 120.67 Donald T. Prcw. Salary .. 119.35 Oscar J. Myers, Salary 111.19 David D. Schneider, Salary _. 95.20 Iowa State Bank, W'HIdg. Tax; 88.40 Algona Municipal Utilities, Rent & Services 22,298.26 Blossom Ins. Agency, Workmen's Compensation 426.53 Botsford Lumber Co., Merchandise 6.47 Cullcn Hardware, Merchandise 12.58 L. S. Muckey, Plumbing, Repairs _. 2.00 Algona Machine Shop, Drill Bushings 4.00 Barclay Company, Cylinder demurrage 2.16 Cities Service Oil Co., Gas & Fuel Oil 167.45 Cook's Scrap Iron & Metal, Iron 2.52 Cook's Welders Supply, Oxygen & Cylinders 93.65 Fort Dodge Industrial Towel Service, Towels 3.25 Frederick Hardware, Merqhan- dise , 3.53 R. J. Funk, Coupling .91 Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Parts for Patrol 8, D4 124.57 Grcenberg Auto Supply, Merchandise 6.33 Mrs. Edna Harr, Gravel 367.00 Rising's Mill & Elevator, Weighing Gravel 2.25 Joe Bradley Machinery Service, Retread Tires fc.Link* _____ PUP4.IC .SAFETY Albert Boekelrl1»n, 5«lf(y.,,.-Ernest W. H^hitpn, 5»l«ry .. Potcr {C. Jora«fttOn, SalVy -- Konnoth I. Mcprxte, iSalnry ... William C. Schwarzenbach, Salary ............ . ..... ..... Cppo Bviltcn, Salary -, _________ Janies A. Voiflt, Salary . ..... lr», Kohl, Salary ..^.. ----- .Iowa Stflto Sank, W'Holding Tax _.v „.,..«--.«-.,..,,,-,->.Trust i4, Agency, Pension De- ducfiont ^li-j-.*.^.^- -..„Joe Bradley Machinery Service, Tires. ----- ......^^.j. _____ * Citiet Service Oil, Co., Gasoline CoasfMo-Coasf Stoves, Koy» -- Thc Gopher Shoottr's Supply, Shootinf) Supplies ___ t.i*. Pcrcival Motors, Service & Repairs ---- ------- u ----- ---Upper DCS ^oines Pub. Co., Subscription _•»._. _________ Blossom Ins. Agency, Workmen's Comp. s ^.^^ ______ . _ - _ Ira Kohl, , Expense? .... ____ Pratt Electric Consfr. Co., Repairs ____ ... ___ ^...4*.-Algona Fire Dept., Scrvlcps .. Hilton's, Super Service, Gasoline SANITATION Kossuth County Treasurer, Taxes ._„ _________________ Kossuth County Treasurer, Susp. Taxes ____ ........... Kossuth County Recorder, Recording Fees ___ ______________ North Iowa Directory Service, Map Tracing _____ ...... ____ Ready-Mix Concrete 8, Lumber Co., Air Compressor & Op. . Blossom Ins. Agency, Workmen's Comp. i ____________ L. S. Muckey, Service ______ North Central Public Service Co., Natural Gas __________ SEWER RENTAL Robert C. Lemkee, Salary ____ Fred G. Gronbach, Salary ____ Iowa Slate Bank, W'Holding *Tax ____________________ Iowa State Bank, Interest on Bonds ... ...... __________ Blossom Ins. Agency, Woik- nicn's Comp. . -------------W. C. Brown Supply Co., Brushes ______ ........... James B. Clow & Sons, Valve . Cullen Hardware, Merchandise R. J. Funk, Fittings ________ Hilton's. Super Service, Onalene Honsbruch Drug, Supplies ____ Iowa Water Pollution Control Assoc., Annual Dues ..... . Woody Russoll Excavating, Break Concrete ______ _______ Cities Service Oil Co., Fuel Oil ............. : ______ Spencer Grocer Co., Supplies __ . DEBT SERVICE low.i-Dcs Moines National Bank, Interest ________ ..... _____ Iowa Slate Bank, Interest ____ lowa-Dcs Moines National Bank, Interest __________________ Valley Bank 8, Trust Co., Interest ________ ____ _______ PARKING METER Richard H. Grocn, Salary ____ Nancy Sands, Salary ________ Doris Riley, Salary ______ ___ Iowa State Bank, W'Holding Tax ....... _____________ Trust & Agency Fund, Pension North Central Communications, Radio Checks .. ___________ The Cycle Shop, Cycle Repairs TRUST E, AGENCY Viola Meland for Linda Counley, Policemen's Pension ________ . ..... _______ Viola Meland for Dennis Counley, Policemen's Pension -----------------------Bertha F. Egli, Policemen's Pension --------- ...... .. RECREATION Bolsford Lumber Co., Shingling Blossom Ins. Agency, Workmen's Comp. ______________ 85.14 229.96 191.19 , 112.34 158.16 160.57 169. S3 154.73 I 20.00 I 144.40 14.35 3750 97.00 96.48 7295 2.50 65.00 39.65 38.42 41400 20.10 105.33 260.46 12.90 7.20 57.60 60.24 3.25 14.69 165.47 118.10 17.60 67.50 55.4-1 19.43 15.60 16.90 1.38 .40 4.36 12.00 25.00 104.01 22.25 200.00 33.99 56.65 77.50 200.60 89.68 28.53 37.10 2.18 32.85 31.10 20.00 20.00 75.00 867.07 47.60 $5.67 VERSUS $159.00 fhit space II dp'p'rbximtifelf.lhe same size as a 0 S po^al card. To mail a U.S. postal to every family reading this newspaper would cost $159. postage only. This.sarrje uiqce, qs ppjcj, advertising in this newspaper would ce$i ?5,67, including space and message. Q)ew$paper advertising is your most economical and direct form o* advertising. in OOOD IUSINISS fo ^i >v oo IQIINISS ta mm * UMER DES MOINES . „ 11 Ii. Call St. AlQonaJowd 20 YEARS AGO ,„. _-- FROM THE FILES OF THE did his best but the farmers just ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Hood's Grocery Store had these couldn't stop producing crop sur- JANUARY, 1941 items listed as specials for the pluses." ... - week: Catsup, 14 02., 10 cents, Postmaster General Arthur Mrs Carl Seip of Irvington.was second one a nickel; Oxydol, Summer-field: Radar - equipped -taken to the General Hospital in i arge s j ze 17 cen ts; coffed, glass stamps to make sure that every Algona-Monday evening after she j ari 2 5 cents lb.; hard mixed can- letter reaches its correct dcstina- »'aclured an ankle in a fall. Mrs dy< fi vc cen ts lb. while the sup-, tion. Sei P was walking to the Morris ply lis i cd; and pure bulk lard, 3 c- , „ ., rr. n i Parsons home when she supped, n«. iq crr f\^ Secretary oi the Treasiuy Rob- fell d suffered u pain£l 5 Pin : lb& - 19 cc ^ '_ ert Anderson: Some easy solution ,-,,,... , „ . ~ ,.. to the serious How of gold from JU y ' . . t n s a rcal fnc ' nd who llkos vou \ Professional Directory INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs Hospitalixation Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail Personal Claim Service 2 E. State CY 4-452U Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor , Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night the United States. Vice President Richard Nixon: Just a few hundred more friends in case he decides to try it again. Secretary of Labor James Mitchell: Approximately 4,000,000. new jobs so that there will be no- unemployment in the United Slates. Adlai Stevenson: A new pair of shoes so the. holes won't show if he wants to take them off and pound his desk (a la Khrushchev) when he becomes ambassador to the United Nations. * * * in spite of all .he knows about Officers for Ihe year 1941 were you. You Can Addr«w Questions Ti Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA By Den Halligan NATIONAL SPACE DIRECTOR — T. Keith Glennan: A space ship capable of reaching the Moon before the Russians. Dear Dan: I run around with kids a few years older than I ;lm and so do a tew of my close friends. These kids are bright and can think of some pretty neat things to do. •' My parents don't think I should hang around with them but they're a lot of fun. What do you think I should do? — Wondering at 13. Dear Wondering: What do I think you should do? Mind your parents. If you're 13, your older friends are probably 16 and 17 and Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro: to be perfectly frank about it, teen-agers of your age have very little Several packages of razor blades in •common with older teen-agers. It's a wonder they haven't already and a friendly hint not to get told you to "get lost." Stick in youi- own age group. You'll have too big for his britches. just as much fun and you'll know you're obeying your parents. Vice President-elect Lyndon * * * * Johnson of Texas: A top hat in Deaj . Dan . rve been invitecl to -a formal dance at our high the shape of a 10-gallon sombrero schoo i nex t month and would like to know if I should buy my to wear in the Inaugural Parade. own CO rsage or will my date bring me one? My parents say he'll House Speaker Sam Rayburn: buy me one. Is that true? — Anxious. Any kind of hat to keep his bald Dsar Anxious: The boy should buy you a corsage and I'm sure pate from getting cold during In- he will. You, by the way, should buy your date a boutonniere, a augural ceremonies. flower for his lapel. A carnation will do fine. Internal. Revenue Commission- . t « „ : Taxpayers who • ,,-• „, i vear Dan: My father is,being transferred in his job lo an rYti ' A n '" t- . xvnnngi>> non " out-bf-state city next month, arid we've got a problem. He's already J.DT ou- tT i •• PJ ii rented a house for us and wants my rnother, my sister and myself , BBI Chief; John. Edgar Hoover:, lo j oin him as soon as poss jble. I'm a high schiol senior and will All ten persons whose names now onl have five raont hs of school remaining and I want to stay here appear on the FBI s "Ten Most anc f g radAla t e with my class. Wanted List . j g^ess the big reason my parents don't want to me to slay with Census Director Robert Bur- a friend is because I might get into trouble or might not study or gc\ss: Apologies from every city something ilike that.. There isn't any reason for them to worry but which lost population in the 1960 try to tell them that. My buddy's parents said I could stay with "nose count" and blamed the them and 1m sure we would make out fine. What do you think I Census Bureau for making an should be ab|e to do? — Watt. inaccurate count. Dear Wall: I'm afraid I'll h, ave to answer your question as a .Commissioner. Robert Watson parent and <js a" parent, I say youi- place is with your mother and of the P-Uent Office- A perpetual father. I realize what it means for you to graduate with your high motion machine and a few less school, class but rqmeben as .sow as v °u graduate your life will crick-not inventions be different.,and .changed and you won't, be ,;the, ."little,, boy" your uac.K pot inventions. *-"-s still consider, you. Chances, are you may be going away to fgi; or injto military service arid y.o.uii 1 .pai;e 1 n i ts can't be blamed wanting ,io hang onto you as long as they can. , Your solution, of course, is okay but I favor you staying with • ( n »v» ii w urtrl ii'r\f \irif V» a f fiiih'fl'c t f ntvitlv WEATHEPt BUR'EA'il CHIEF — F, W. Reicheldei-fer: Some kind , L . i-i.tr- AVJiiii3un.*v*u*i ( u4V.wi** at i *a \si\fij witt- * . i.f gadget that won t predict fair your family and riot with a friend's!family, and clear several hours before » * • i. .. „ jf.. 11 a ten-inch snow fall. Federal Mediator Joseph Fin- 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 4-2733 ^ * BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 1 N. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-444S Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. ,A home' company. Safe, secure. Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham. Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household fcnds, and Many Other i'onns Phone CY 4-3733 T«d S. Hcibtt Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm, Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins. Co. 706 So. Phillips St. ilgona Phone CY 4-2341 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL DALE W. LOCkwOOD Representative The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. Slate Si. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-34r< DOCTORS Dear Dan: Q&r homo room teacher, is having a birthday soon anc >£an- No labor strikes in 1961 several of us have been talking about giving her a present.' Woul "National Archivist Wayne Grp- this & & SoodJjiaie?.,- Shu-ley .,. .. .>,. ,.,...(.., j, , * •• -'•••- . P»»r, Shirley; It certainly. wQU ld P<< Wd, the,present would make . i /L..:...! ,.:. T .--.,.1- r* L ?>1. >:?77 i jf.Ji' _ori.-L_j i._ __L-. . ,-: - £. A i'i A photoraph or some other evidence showing Geb cherry tree. ,.,. ,>,, ( . New York Gpv. Nelson R^qcke-, feljer: MotH-'pv.pof • container (o store his "Roc.^ for President" ribbons in event the lightning should strike in 1964. * * * ..FRENCH PREMIER — de hit . if each s^uderiit..chopped in^omething. Anya quarter per student will buy ii nice present . around should a new Pans bum- mil Conterence come off during fi •••••'' • « * i.; • . ' {i . ,.0681 P^IIJ I ( ^ave,a\sm'a^ apai]t}\wj[j .Jvith 4 ifftchcnttc in a boarding; housei.^hd wpuld }ik^ to invfi(<j,,my boy^^-icnd in some evening lor cojfce.' I can use the living room whenever I w r jsh but usually, Ihcre are,,three, qr four other boarders sitting around und you can't have -any privacy. May I invite my boy friend in for a few minutes? — Loretta. . M CRAWFORD, INSURANCE .SERVICE Andy Crawford All Types Of Insurance Office Phone CY 4-2279 _ • ___ , f->-* ** "* " DENTISTS""" OR. KARL R. HOFFHAIf Office in Home Federal BWg. Office phoue.CY 4-4344 DR. J. B^ HAJWS, JR. don -. t let youi . boy f r j en dstay any Ions- r than is reasonably necessary. Okav? - M 822 E. Slit* Phont CY 4-2334 MCLVTN G. BOURNE. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St Office phone CY 4-2349 Resident phone C\ 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. PLOTT, M.D. 110 N. Mpore Slreet Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon 114 N. Moore Office phone CY 4-2224 Resident phone CY 4-2232 JOHN M. scHurrm MJ>. Physician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-4400 Resident phone CY 4-2335 OPTOMETRISTS DR. L. L. SNYDER Optometrist, 113 East .State Algona Telephone CY 4-27U Closed Saturday Afternoons Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 0 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone CYpr.ess. 4-2196, Hours: 9:00 a,n>..to 5:.dO p.ni. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. C, M. O'CONNOR i Optometrist , Visual Analysis & Viaual Trainiril 108 South Harlan J3t: (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 . . . , Farm Management Carlioa Farm , Management Compaar 12 '4 N.Dod|l Ph. CY 4-3891 .... .....- ferving Hancock, HumboftH ••ale Alto I Kottuth Count!**

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