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iv •*<-v; r?l •A 2-Algono Oa.) tiftitf DM Moifttt Thursday, Jan. 22, 1959 . ,-^_-.—-^^-au.^ .., ,.„..»«, ,._,.,, ,,.,.* A RAILROAD ALTERNATIVE Action by the Milwaukee road to drop its bnly fematniftg passenger and mail trafrts across northern Iowa, from Marqoette to Canton, S.D. does not come unexpected. There have been rumors of this impending move for sometime. If these trains are dropped, it removes the lino! passenger trains to travel through Kossuth tounty, and many other north Iowa counties as well. What can we do about it? We can fight the railroads, and many cities, especially Mason City, are moving to oppose Ihe ocfldrt,, '/ the railroad wilt undoubtedly show that it. Is losing money by operating the trains, a prefty potent point in any hearing. : > •But there have been new tactics adopted in some railroad areas under similar circumstances. Lightweight trains that cost Jess to operate have \ been successful in some areas where they have been tried. Is it possible that such a train might be operated across north Iowa by the Milwaukee and at least break even, or perhaps show some profit even on a meager passenger business but with its substantial mail contract? , If the Milwaukee drops the present trains, all express business will be handled on freight trains — which means express also is practically doomed.The postoffice department will of course have to develop a new highway postoffice route across northern Iowa. None of us want to lose the trains. But it appears that we are now reaping the final dividend for subsidizing highways with tax funds ' for buses and truckmg firms and subsidizing the airlines for passenger' and mail service. * * * WHY NOT VOTE ON IT? The proposal that there be a state referendum on the question of whether liquor by the drink should or should not be made legal in Iowa seems to Us to be a fair idea. There has been an increasingly vocal expression of opinion on the subject. This is not likely to diminish unless the matter is officially settled in a state wide referendum. We are not advocating liquor-by-the-drink. But we do believe that the people themselves are entitled to express their preference,, and thus to settle the issue. •' - • '• * * * ; Maybe we dr.eam lop much. Somelitfi&s, when our work pile^ iip, We are convinced that we do. Then when we look around 'at the people who have heart attacks apd ulcers, we decide that it ,is important to get away from, reality. It gives you a fresher approach to the everyday problems and at the same time relief from, the steady grind. — Clear Lake Mirror. * * * How to win in golf? CHEAT! R. B. WALLER, Editor C. S. SRLANDER, Advertising Director JERRY METCALF, Advertising Manager DON SMITH, News Editor FERMAN CHRISTOFFERS, Plant Foreman NATIONAL EDITORIAL AFFILIATE MEMBER MEMBER , AUDIT BUREAU ' CIRCULATIONS OF NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. , 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N, Y. 333 N. Michigan, Chicago 1, 111. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN KOSSUTH CO. One Year, In advance ,:„ . ;_„... $3.00 Both Algona papers, in combination, per year ...-S5.00 Single Copies „„„ , ^ lOc SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE KQSSUTH One Year, in advance „„._ „ S400 Both Algona papers in combination, one year M.pO No subscription less than 6 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER Display Advertising, per inch „ , ,.„_ 83c ADVERTISING RATES STRICTLY BUSINESS Upper ? rs JiUnncs 111 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Entered as second class' matter at the postolficc at Algona, Iowa, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. , Issued Thursday in 1959 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. BLOOD BATH IN CUBA Once again we find that our fdreiQh polky, as conducted by our State Department, has guessed wrong. This time it is Cuba. Until the middle of 1958 we Staunchly supported Dictator Batista in his control of Cuba/ and supplied him <vith arms and ammunition to quell an upstart rebel somewhere in the Cuban mountains. In the meantime, Dictator Batista main t dined law and order with the aid of an estimated 20,000 persons put to death or imprisoned for their political difference in a five-year period of time.$ DuCing this time he also opened up Havana as ri hew gambling mecca for the western hem isphefe, and a sucker trap for American tourists in particular. Many of our own unwanted citizens who had been making their living by means outside the law in this country found a haven in Cuba, and especially in Havana's gambling riches. In these riches, Dictator Bat- ista'substantially shared. But the mountain rebel, Fidel Castro, did not fall over and play dead. He fought back, finally he Wai successful in bringing about the downfallof Batista when the army finally began to de.sert to the rebels. Two months before Batista's downfall the National Security Council in session in the White House heard an intelligence estimate that Batista was doomed and that Castro would soon take power. The'President and Secretary of State were both: appraised of .this report. But in the fol!o\yin<g weeks the U.S. 1 Ambassador to Cuba, Earl E. T. Smith continued to ' show U.S. favor to the doomed dictator. Mr Smith, has resigned since the overthrow, more or less at Cuban request. If.Batista killed "between 500 and 1000" in, the final year bf his reign, it now seems that the Castro forces are making a good start toward equalling that total, this tirpe disposing of the Batista-nrien. It is too bad that Castro, himself, does not realize that a semblance of "trial by jury" would give him a better picture in the public eye, than is the case when political or military foes are sjmply taken out and shot. His new regime is not getting off to a very pleasant start or with a favorable reaction in some other pfcrts of the world, including the United States, "-.,•;• If this revolution is like most others,, however, the "blood bath" urge should dirriinjsh and disappear, and we hope rapidly. ' - , ,; In the meantime,- perhaps v> someone can explain why our State Department....and our ambassador to Cuba continued to support Batista right up until the fin.pl. months. Surely they must have'known that he was butcher on his own — a dictator — an ally of crooked, foreign gambling interests robbing Cuba and tourist alike — and al.so that the Cuban people themselves were not behind Batista. Castro, the new leader, points out that our government failed to condemn the atrocities under Batista, and indicates he thinks we should just aa wrong now ancestors were then. g et»rgf W, urt, Iowa &eli? fbufftianeht Behind The Movie Sets ing by school officials. ..-* * * *$*a*d the feature City, CRASH! keep our feet ori the ground, Argylel" Washington ^ „ mimtteK'dtffiM this ISiir W&'MW 'ijwfn „._„ . hall it West l&sftd w*t ylsftM ft? +&fa & IT mtntiteS -«M Earl ittfinlr jpertfinJ from that -Weiitity w"&npl6?i ScTSfttdfefllttpM. Gabe Saturday am feVetytfrte* had a SJellef, Taeofrta, W*sh>» »h 23 chance to lift** a tetit o! fftlftec'* ftiMutes fti othef matches. An- tfch. the fettfra&g. housed the $thef hig eard "was 6ft tap Feb. 2. library, council foomV ,Stofaf& • ' * " v . * •<' • * space tot the city's fife truck feed A fct f^g, waa eieeied frresi- the city jfiii, . • '. - ,' jf ^nt» "Frank Clark, secretary •' , tfedSttfeivlSaart'Stott, Mon tamer Whlitemore Academy* &Hftt gtid touis Bsrtiett, tail twister, in the game. 10*2, «eame jjy members of the newlyjtformed > post a 28»36 win over St. "£i6 n i club at THdnka, The club "a Tuesday night at Whitte- .planned to hold its .charter night more* The game turned Intd a Feb. 29. The Garner Liofls Spon-. „ tearing duel. between Fteell .of gored the Titonka organisation. ,* .« * * <»t* + « thmtftrt, i£ Whitternore aftd Wilbtir Courtney , * * * SKffiw^tSJd^JMt 'I^S^^i^S 1 the H«i P*» ofiheUDM paratery, the crew_ stuitea ciotn (Thflt wafj terrifld scor mg 20 f na tit]e Both looked reft a y and years ago) ' • . ^ wUlirtg to win. Champiofl Joe Bennei called "CUT1" " , , . * knocked'out Johfl Henry in the Just in time too! Any more- Two well'known Corwilh cit* f irst roun d of the match a. few damage" arid the sub would have teeTiS, Peter Jacobs and Sherman days after'the picture was niovies during the week Special Effects men bustled week flnd fauea to rauv I01iow - promised to be "Kentucky".with about shutting off large water i«8 surgery. Loretta Young and Richard valves. No one touched the L * -v- . , .. Greene (there's - Robin Hood, wreckage/ It .had to remain as The week's wealhet around ihe again)$ and '/Dramatic School", it was for the closer shots, county was, .prfetty. fair. The featuring' Luise. : Ramer - - J highlights saasi O C? , . Incoming water from the leaks mercury got below zero only p au lette Goddard. , soon dwindled to a trickle • and on (it hit five .belfc-W Jan. 22) and A Weekly Report from the Nation's Capital by Ray Ferndrt LONG MAY IT WAVE — Now ' New York Gov. Nelson RoCke- that we have a new 49-star Amer- feller sirjce his dramatic victory lean fleg it is interesting tb re-;in November that one interest^ call how the first Old Glory came ing item may have been missed, into being. George Washington Franklin .Roosevelt was elected proposed it with, these words;, governor of New_York by a 27,000 "We take the stars from heaven) . in the Republican land- dressin2 the red from; our mother country, slide ; year of . 1928. And now aressins separating it by white stripes, Rockefeller wins the same post thus showing that we have sep- by 557,000 in a Democratic land- arated from her. And the white slide year. New York has been - „ ., stripes shall go down to posterity the., jumping off;.'point--Jo the writer - ^co-producer, Lou Runoff «Sea Hawk" tjlavine and the readings during the "days -' \ • nnn ., ,, the title role in African-Inter- ranged from 18 to 41 above zero'. . Out of each $1,000 spent by the iatimtfa M^ fflnTbvttS SSe Almost three inches of snow, not average family-today, $234 is for was saved for knbther thrilling enough to cause any real trouble, groceries, compared with $208 in sequence. However, water on a fell Jan* 23. . • • 1840. . . • . ' REPORT OF CONDITION OF BURT SAVINGS BANK of Buri in ihe State of Iowa, at the close of business on December 31, 1958. , • ASSETS l.,CaSh, balances With other banks, including reserve balances, knd cash items in' nrbcess of collection ._; ' 149,095.89 2 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed —- 672,011.22 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions — * — 50,456.62 6. Loans and discounts (including $322.94 overdrafts) : „*._—.— 350,293.82 7. Bank premises owned $1.00, ,furrtiture and fixtures $1,000.00 —. 1,001.00 (Bank premises owned are sifbject to No liens not assumed by bank) 11. Other assets L- * -; 20.04 12. . TOTAL ASSETS - ..--' 1,222,878.59 wa<sthoiY>ueh ashore" ! and into warm "Submarine Sea Hawk" waa created .by the versatile representing liberty." THE FARMER'S BANK White otViPj" Tr,wini>p orner jvrnpne launched on .its .screen , v nrod uce r A.I ex Qofd on State governors — Grover Cleve- career by prpaucer . Aiex : Lroraon. In land and Theodore Roosevelt* There, it -lived out its action. 1958, the Farmers-Home Admin- And two others, Thomas Dewey Packed istration was a big friend of the and Samuel J. Tilden, Nation's farmers. More than $355 nominees for President, million in housing loans alone were wood _ every detail, from working pens- 2 i. cope to operating torpedo tubes; she was • an authentic replica of LI A B IL I T I E S 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations — 789,690.91 14 Time deposits of' individuals, partnerships, and corporations—— 181,032.65 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) — 12,191.05 l(i. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 124,028.45 '" ~" leposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) L •;' 36.00 TOTAL DEPOSITS 1 .—-u.J.— .^.2 $1,106,985.06 :: TOT^L LIABILITIES r - T . ;._ --1,106,^85.06 CAPITAL ACCOUNT.S . were made to the farmers. Some REWARDING RESEARCH . ,.-/-. 75,000 farmers ^borrowed $176 More-than 500 research projects f Navy submersible ship. Cap- — _„ .„„ million to buy equipment, live- were launched .by; the Dept. of tarn C. L. Freeman USN, Retired, 27. undivided profits •„ _•_ L 40.893.53 2!i. Capital* _^_ '. .. ' 50,000.00 26. Surplus 25,000.00 OT TTvtf4i*ttr1n^4 v.-t~~r^ft4-r* ' ' * ' * k ' Ar\ *inn en technical adviser and tock and fertilizer. Another Agriculture last year , to help acted as technical adviser ,750 borrowed $62 billion to buy, farmers market their crops. One carefully checked each scene. develop or enlarge farms. Arid that has -paid off involves the ... . . 7,450 loans amounting to $52 mil- shipping of seed. potatoes from Your Hollywood errand-boy. lion were made- to farmers to the producing to the planting noting that a sectional reconstruc- construct or repair farm homes area. It was found that potatoes -tlpii of . , subrnarinuilon ' 29. 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ^ _/. 115,893.53 * . " ' - ». , ^ ^ TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,222,878.59 •This bank's capital consists of; ' ' ' Common stock with total par value of $50,000.00 .We H.E. Rachut, Pres, G. H;.McMulleri, Caih. and H. E. Rachut, Jr., A. and buildings. . . , re with cut surfaces do not heal- sound stages must have .cost a ma tters herein contained ahd set forth, to the best of our -knowledge and belief. ....... ..__.._ — - properly when the temperature young fortune, asked production EGYPTIAN QUESTION MARK :is 40 ^to 50 degrees at loading time, manager, Bart Carre', why "Sub- Nasseriof Egypt, like an";eli- .Researchers came up with. the marine Sea Hawk" had not been i*'' " "'""^'' ' __ 1-1— — I— J"— 1~. *+ '- ••'_!'___ _i> \i "__.!._.» __ _ -^ i «. A. f*f\ J n W«nnr-f ^-11 w+ r\f3 *x>i w ft *»hr»l' 11*1 /-I e*T* P a O P ^*T»Q-f t 1 plays ' yoUhg" 'maiden, is -idoing ' idea• of. heaters set at 60^ degrees .filmed'on. a. real underseas. c; ell : ' v by "'himself r-'ias'-he which warm the potatoes 'and', ;vv ^ar^ answered by :s'ayihg,, Sub- suitor against the help ;heal : their cuts and : bruises, marines don't have 'wild-walls' wel •one other. Both-Russia and'the'U.S. are out to win his handfjSo.NaSf A LOFTY PERCH — There's Buddy 1" He went on to explain," As you. .'know, movie sets are also keep quiet now that the shoe is on other foot. the In any event, not much of the boiling tumult beneath the surface in Cuba and the resentment against Batista seemed to have seeped from bur official news sources. When the overthrow did corrie, it therefore came as, quite a surprise to most of us. ..We can only hope that in larger and more important fields, our State Department and its knowledge f an'd interpretation of events is more accurate and informative than was the caseMn Cuba. * * * TROUBLE AHEAD FOR REPUBLICANS . . . 'Eagle Grove Eagle — The Democrats have gained enough strength in the two Iowa branches of the legislature and there have been enough young inexperienced Republicans elected, to pose a serious threat 1 to efforts of the party majority to keep the. legislature on an even keel this coming .session. , , These young so-called liberal Republicans want to steal all of the Democratic thunder and go them one better if anything. If in their zeal for '•reform" of the' old guard Republicans they start to vote : with 'the' Democrats we can expect some real fireworks. -They have liquor by the drink, rejapportionnient, closed shop and 18 year old voting as frojit line issues. No one ever won any battles' by appeasement or retreating. Arid if we are going to have to hand this state over to the DeVnocrats lets make th£m fight for it step by step and vote by vote. We can see no advantage in joining up with them to hand them the state by legislation and without a struggle. , - • •'• • • * * • * . . • Every lime I eat a tangerine, I always feel nature has been kind to make them so easy to unzipper — Ceniejville lowegian. . ser just holds tooth 'hands';, but a new invasion of the Gapitol built in sections. The motion pic- waiting for the gifts. He's look- building and: the British have a ture camera serves as YOUR ing to Russia/for arms, industries, hand in this one too. But very eyes. But, an. army of technicians a market for his cotton and indirectly. Thousands of star- and truckloads of equipment hoping the Reds will build a high lings, those pesky little black must accompany cinematogra- dam on the Nile for him. Last birds, are giving up their roosts' pher Gil Warrenton and his cam- year the U.S. unfroze Egyptian in downtown Federal buildings era as it moves about. dollars held -in this country, re- and moving "over to the Capitol. * * • stored shipment of CARE pack- For years Uncle Sam has tried "Cal Maehl's electricians ani ages : to Egypt, resumed $13,500,- to get . rid. of them. He's tried their lights,. Ben Winkler's sound 000 in aid for rural agricultural stuffed owls oh ledges to scare men and their recording gear, improvements, helped dredge the them away, rubber snakes, noise, booms, cables, diffusion and Suez Canal and announced plans electricity and even hosing them black gbbejs- to cut off 'light H. E. Rachut, Pres. G. H. McMullen Cashier . . o. .v .-,-v;:." '-• '.' '.-v'- '" r ' •-.'.-•-, H. E. -Rachut, Jr. ,.,. . . ,.. „ • ,,'. ,-. Ass't.,Cashier J...-V*- £•:;•••?•-*'t <•'••••• Gdrrect—A/ttest: ^ • '''.-'Donald W. Patterson, Kirby-J-..'Sn>Jth,vHjf, I. .Mawdsley, G. W. Patterson,'Directors. •,, • •:....• '. Hl - v ' State Of Iowa,'County'of .Kossuth, ss Sworn to and subscribed before m« •:-r ' •' . "• '' this 13: day of January, 1959, and 1 ....... . . . . hereby certify that I am'not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4, 1960. .-.•..'. ...... ,. L. R. Daniels . -- 1 ". ' Notary Public to send Nasser $24,900,000 worth with water. No luck. Where do areas, still photographer Bill of surplus wheat and flour. -the British ; fit in? The starlings A very, grips, property "men, —o— came to the U.Si-when a hand- special - effects men and all the THE BIG PAY OFF — The ful of their English cousins were others — PLUS working para- Labor Dept. doesn't pop up in the brought here and deposited in pherrialia of every de'scription. INSURANCE news like some of the other Fed- New .York's Central Park, eral agencies. But it works "YOUR "mechanical eyes' re-. —^6— - f quire more space .than the aver- quietly behind the scenes and the 'A NEW LANGUAGE —"When age set contains. Thus, we re-, results are sometimes worth not- Jules Verne wrote his around- move a wall of the set to enable ing. It went to bat last year the-world classic the dictionary 'YOU' to follow the action, Un- for 120,000 men and women whoVcontairied about 114,000 words. In used sp"ace in a real sub is weren't paid properly by their ,the 88 years, since we've added limited to inches." Bart Carre employes. Result: their employ- some 28,000 words to the average paused, "That should answer ers have agreed to pay them $11 Va dictionary. Since the start of the y our question, Mason!" It did! million in back wages. The Space Age we have been coining .* * * Dept. also cut off 62 firms and new words almost daily. There We watched a cast that includ- indiviauals from doing business are the..big ones-like magneto- e( j John Bentley, Paul .Maxwell, with the Government for serious hydrodynamics,', aeroembolism Wayne Heffley, Steve Mitchell, violations of the wage and hour and bioastronautics. And intri- Henry McCann, Mickey. Blair, laws. . guing ones like auntie, zip fuel L eon Tyler, Bret Halsey (Nephew —o— and lox — all Used by spacemen, O f "Bull" Halsey), Frank Gerstle, POLITICAL WEATHERVANE Here's a few others: exbsphere, j an Brooks and Mable Rea as ALGONA INSURANCE \ AGENCY ' J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines ..'..'• of Insurance . ; 206 East State Si . A Phone, CY; 4-3176 BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone C\ 4-2735 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE Polio" Insurance — So much has been written hydraspne, hypoxia, isostatio, par- about the Presidential chances of sec and satelloid. Need Copying or Photostats? With our NEW THERMO-FAX COPYING MACHINE we can reproduce for you anything written, typed, drqwn*up to 8% X 14 inches in rt ten seconds. Just bring in your copy. Thif (9 perfect for photo- of letters, birth certificates, service discharges, valuable re- which require extra copies, and similar reproductions , , ,., fj^tfft MINIMUM ^OST,, MOINES PUB. CO, ^ Printing -^Office & §cho9l iquipment A«r«/ts From Ntw City PsrMn^ Lot in Alaona Says Benson, Too, Must Believe Earth Is Flat To the Editor Upper Des Moines When Mr Benson Secretary of Agriculture in 1953 ord. The recent election in this region was largely a public became judgment of. Benson's plan to American farmer through they enacted this salty ' saga of the sea-going subs. As we became lost in the action, we, were no more conscious of the ship being a reconstruction job than \ve were of the fact that the Hawaiian nightclub was not, actually in Honolulu, It all seemed .THAT real! * * * So, when "Submarine Sea Hawk" starts coming unglued on the ocean floor, if you should notice a civilian stranger standing close to the nearest escape hatch; think nothing of it! CHARLES D, PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL ; INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth' of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Sec'y nr. 1 ' ' 1_ • i i 1 _J 1 1.1 f *»TT» *••**»•»•••«»••••—•*«»•—•-•»•••»*» »»,-».^. wcl »» *•** VV**1 V*> + ***»- *«MV*«*»»o v* »» . «vk« he bitterly condemned the farm the wringer. Mr Coad, who did Mason! And, if -he looks real program. He said it built up ' not agr - e e with Benson, won with scared, that's NOT acting, Son! burdensome surpluses, cost too a big vote and carried 20 out of 21 He is! much and that the consumers predominately rural precincts in were paying too much for food, this county. But Benson claims that Uiere were loo many p™pU> tne e i ec tiori never touched him, on the Agriculture Dept. payroll, and indicated he is concocting a etc. etc. bigger dose of the same kind of The remedy he proposed was poison we've been getting. • to lower supports and eliminate This is indicated by President controls — the theory that this Eisenhower's recent message to fvyquld', compel the farmers to Congress in which he said the reduce output. changes, hi the farm program The Congress was not sold on "were appropriate in the right the idea- put by means of vetoes direction PUT DID NOT GO FAR and threats of vetoes Benson got ENOUGH," pretty much what he wanted. A This reminds ine pf a situation favorite expression of his at the that- existeci in Europe the latter tirhe'was "we are heading in the part of the Ii5th century. Then right 1 direction; we've gqt this all the Shumans, Bensons and burdensome surplus on the run." Eisenhowers believed that the . _ ' Now after 6 years of exper- Sun traveled ai'ourtd the Earth, the completion of the new cpm- ience it can honestly be said-that In fact they knew it, they could bination gymnasium -auditorium the.resuHti ol the new prograin see ihe Sun come up in the east at the public high school which in every respect are just the op» and set in the west. They also w$s completed recently. Tfhe posile of-what Benson predicted, thought the Earth was flat and 66x72 foot addition to the ,gld If the reader would like a de-•': that:-'if* you traveled far enough high school building cost 8 total tailed report on Benson's pro-: in Qne direction yoii would fall of $23,100 and housed a 7Qx47 gram he should write his "Com off. But .yejituresome vpyager§ gym. fjLpor §nd a l§x|>Q |(30t stage gressman or Senator for a copy traveled far and. never fell off. located qn the west side of 'the of the "Report on Agriculture 1 ' Nevertheless the rejoinder of the structure. Under the stage were by Chairman Cooley of the House Shumans, jSenspfls snd EisOin- locker rooms for the boys and Agrauiturs Committee, it wag howers always is "yoyt didn't go girls and storage space. The printed in the Congressional Rec* quite far enough." These boys South Kossuth Girls Basketball HERBST INS. .AGENCY For Auto, House, Household fXtods, and Many Other Forms Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S, Herbst ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Iowa Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail . Tractor Phone CY 4 T 3351 HAROLD C, SUNDET Representing • State Farm tosj (3d; ',' ,706 So, Phillips -St A DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N, Moore St. v Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-227? J. N. KENEFICK. M. D* Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Offic^.-phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon 114 N. Moore Office phone CY 4-2224 Resident phone CY 4-2232 JOHN *i"sCHuSiEHriMLb Physician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona : Office phone CY 4-4490 Resident phone CY 4*2335 Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold • Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5;00 Open Friday Night FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DEB MQIKE& JAN. 26, 1939 » * * DENTISTS ,—..—-........^j . rv ^ —™, We?leyans were excited about DJI, PATRICK J,^MULLIGAN . wENTIRT *16 Norjh MQ9r e B*«0»t Phone CYpress 4-27QS —•on™- i-r—« ~ ' DR. KARL. Hi HOFFMAN Q|fi«a i» Home Fjdepal pjdg, f Oftice t)hojie' CY*4-434V" . DR. J, B. HARRIS, JR. 0«it« Cio$94 Sat. P.M. Phone CV 4-8334 Dr. R. J. Thissen Chiropractor 17% E. State St., Algona Phone CY 4-3621 OPTOMETRISTS SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined Contact Lenses Hearing AJd Glasses , • 9 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone ,CYpress 4-2196 Hoin-s: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, C|qsed Saturday Afternoons DR, C, M, O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis & Visual Training 108 South Haidan gt. (Home Feder&VBldg.) P«ONE CY 4-3743 Farm Management CARLSON FARM MA_NAGEMENT>* Serving Hancock, Alto 8s Kossutb Couflties N. Dodge Ph. CY r 4-2891

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