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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1959
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W'l i fi Ifyl * f \ f. -\ ii 1 i I* 1 * ?•; i I! fe k I &$, i,*f.',' te M'l 0«».) DM Moln** Thuriday, Jon, 29, 1959 Behind The Movie Sets WITH , BUDDY MASOW I STRICTLY BUS!NltS 1—.^-^....^ .... Jm .^- HII ..-^ . aM . ,„..„, ^^^^.^ „,„,,,....,, r . ...j-^Lj^i 1AL PAGE MR ALCORN SPEAKS UP Not often do lowans get a first hand chance to witness the inner workings of: the Grand Old Party, but last week they did, as the Republican National Committee convened in Des Moines. There are going to be some changes made, jays Meade Alcorn, the national chairman. He t i\opes for a T-V fund around a million dollars ^o that in the next two year's a parade of Re- 'oublicaris can enter American living rooms. He also proposes a national GOP, magazine, an idea which Ke seems to have filched from the Democrats. ; But Mr Alcorn's famous last line was that he proposes to "give the people a chance to see us as we really ore."' ' ^,., ti . J, ^ . , All this was^fine until after. the-Alc(^ prp»- gram was adopted. Then "Senator'"Barry Goldwater of Arizona spoke up and.;s.aid that the most important ingredients for success were missing; "Where does the party stand," he asked. ''What are its principles?" As an afterthought, Mr Goldwater posed a good set 6f questions, questions that the meeting of the national committee did not answer, and evidently didn't happen to think of at the time. They are questions that will have to be answered, however, before the 1960 campaigns; *••'•' * * AT LAST - WE BEST RUSSIA! In the final stages of his visit to the Uriited States, Anastas I. Mikoyan conceded that the United States is superior to Russia in at least one respect. He said that Americans have a better way cf drinking vodka than Russians. The Americans .. mix it with tomato juice, Mr Mikoyan discovered, while the Russians have a tendency to just drink it straight and "bottoms up." We just knew that if Mikoyan traveled around long enough he would have his eyes opened, and such has proved to be the case. * * * The "Beat" generation certainly is mixed up, but we're kinda glad to be here and get mixed up, too. — Eldora Herald-Ledger. Upper 'ill E. Call Street— Ph. CY 4-3535— Algona, Iowa Entered as .second class matter at the postotfice at Algona, Iowa, under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879, Issued Thursday in 1959 By . THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. MORE RAILROAb TR6UBLfc The Milwaukee railroad is planning on filing a request for discontinuance of its last ; ,two passenger trains through Sheldon. MOLLYWOOB, CALIF.* — If you own a dog, or rather, iit YdV belong to a dog, we offer ft lew tips on dog training from-one Of Hollywood's veteran dog trainers. Bui Koehler is the man who joined "Shaggy," the English sheep dog Who plays the comedy role of the year in Wait Disrie^ls '"The Shaggy Dog," starring Fred MacMurray, Jean Hagen. Tommy Kirk, Annette Funicello, Tim, Considine and Kevin "Moochie" Corcoran. In the words of Mr Koehler, "The happiest dog is the one With a master who's firm 4 , fair and always consistent. So don't pamper your pooch or you'll both regret it!" * * * "Lay down a sat of rules," he advises, "and see that your dog lives by them. That way, you'll both be happier. But, don't vary the rules.-Doft't tell him he can't do a thing one time and then let him get away with it 5 the next You'll only confuse him 'and lose a little respect. , "And never blame your dog for something that's really your own fault. Give your dog his due and praise him when he does well. Do'gs need their pats on the back jUst as men do, But they also need a code to live by, just as men do. They also need a master they can look up to and depend upon, and love. • * .*'.'>. - "Those axe the basic things io remember if you want a happy dog!" And hairy-eyed, mop-pawed Shaggy, himself, with his lopsided grin and his obvious devotion" to Bill, is living proof of Koehler's formula. Si* JftouthB a f>aisM;l|e Small vefctiftetil 'Act/ It fc . . a t was Predicted 10,000 sfftall bus- tatyciwk, advene* Workmefi ' extending .the. front «lcapitdi' have been uh- Kte>flttd»uie cofnerstdne laid Gearge Washington. Bradley Bras.; p8fff» Wwi EfV*l". St'' ,f,-iecmr»y -i . c*W M*tor Cd., repairs t* Zep Mfg, Carp.;, suppltat^-j Hopklra SupeNServlrtjlflA^i.— 8.37 60.00 I59.J4 117,21 30.40 3.86 19.60 336.52 263.86 94.49 25.52 1.80 Three-year*,dldbMona Smith of Algona Imp. Co., tfervice Jestijj stiffefed '.«.eyere -btitfts te- ^te\^ w^- •*•*«'« cent&, when %he pulled oVfir ft <i»t 6 oe k a ! m ";n, dl hot Coffee-/- Tlie -scalding liquid Hutehisort, burned her body from the tip of her chin to her toes. During her recovery from the burns sne became the victim -of red, measles. . i i""' Council Minutes Washington highlights MM* C? ' C? A Weekly Reportjrpmtfie*ftati6n'* Capital fey Hoy Verne* 263QS5 COUNCIL MINUtES The City Council met Jan. 8, 1959, with Mayor Pro Tem Richardson, In tha chair, end the following named Councilmen: Muckey, Whlttemore/ Elbefn Dreesman, Parsons. 'Council rhet v/lth Engineers of the state highway and interested citizens of, Algona on the proposed widening of S. Phillips -street. No official action was John Spencer, CPA, was hired to ^audit the City books for 1958. - Cltv engineer was authorized to Inform the State Highway Depart, that they would be able to spilj approximately 6000 cubic yards of excess dirt > from Kossuth Co. prolect No. 111 within a one mile haul if the proposed prefect materializes. The City Council . met Jan. 14, 1959, infhe WASHINGTON HIGHLIGHTS LEGISLATIVE FLOOP GATES — If you have a yen for killing Wild horses on Government property, better get it OUt Of your with Mayor Pro Tem system right-now. It-may soon m*'Muckey, Whitte,,,, be' illegal. This is one of more Parsons. Absent: Elbert. than 2,000 bills introduced On Allocation of > FUnds Resolution was a- opening day of the rteW Congress.. ' a °%$- nan ^ Amer , diri g' ordinance No. They cover a Wide range Of SUb- 344, The "Fire Department Ordinance" "to iectS. One is designed to "promote 'Provide For the Recommendatiorj of the* atViifal otnnrlarrU nf conduct rim- ftre Department Regarding the Appoint- etnicai standards, at conouci am- menf f h n chlerw8S - adopted . ong members Of Congress." Fun- • Ordinance to yacate alley In block 66. „_ 204.30 salary 175.74 salary . 161.36 McBride, salary .. .. 152.04 Sihwarienbach, salary —.. 137.23 Bulten, salary * 140.24 Volgt, salary - 140.71 Iowa State Bank, w'holding tax _ 115.80 Trust & Agency, pension _„_.. 12.72 Boekelman, cldthlnfl allowance ' i- 125.00 Hutchison, -clothing alldwance .,„ 125.0C Jorgenson, clothing allowance .*. -125.00 McBride, clothing allowance .i. 125.00 Schwarzenbach, clothing allowance 125.00 Bulten, clothing allowance 125.00 Volgt, clothing allowance u —. 125.00 Iowa Empty. Sec. Comm., social sec. - 273.66 Schultz Bros., repairs ----- 6.50 Cities Service Oil Co., gas 80.10 City Clerk, advance cash -14.08 John Chalgren, service 7.50 Hilton's Super Service, supplies - . 72.78 Stouffer Fire Equipment Co., Equipment for rural fire truck 5,513.56 SANITATION FUND Lemkee, salary 129.25 Gronbach, salary „ , 105.74 Iowa State Bank, w'holding tax i 12.70 Dr. Sawyer, rent Pacific Flush Tank Co., repairs _ Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., repairs Algom 45.00 13.85 'l3.75 1.71 20.0,0 26.78 g'y plays a teen-age boy (Tommy who has magically been FEB. 2. 1939 turned, into a, shaggy dog. and theif passenger business. ny, We thought they thought they were pretty decent people. Another bill calls for a'postage stamp - Co ^- 0 f ruraT fire calls for 1958 was saving "Highway Courtesy is Con- se t at $50.00 per call. -. a - r United tagioUS." There is one that Would Wage Resolution for_1959 was .adopted. States was in the throes of a real establish "Ice Age National,Park in Wisconsin and one to establish "StillhpUse Hollow Dam"-in Texas. ' .' of wkoudue to I turn It seems* io' be the lot . Billy Curtis, stand-in for Kevin- but here in Kossuth county things two trains as compared to the-total of twenty-five i'Moochie"-Corcoran £9-year-bld) were looking up -weather-wise, or more this toWn once had. " *' 'during, filming of "The-Shaggy despite'-the fact ; the groundhog -v r-°rr Th^^hPlrln^Unntfn'rhrinff* hnm P t« ,» n^in Wg," that his jobs invariably out- saw his shadow. The latter in- ON GOLDEN-WINGS — When The .Sheldon situation brings home to us again ,> groBw him . Cufjtis is 5 p an d a mid- cident practically guaranteed six President Eisenhower in his State the constantly increasing problem of tfie railroads get of four-foot-three. more weeks of winter, however, of the. Union message said some "Stop :growing!" he'iells Moo- judging by the temperature read- of our 'modern/military.; planes In our opinion the railroad passenger business, and the drastic curtailment of this 'service, is a vital matter. We consider'this so much from a matter of local'pride^whichVpf course, has no great importance ;in the., general'scheme of thing's nor from Chie, puffing on his king-size cig- ings during the past week, this are">worth their'weight in gold ar,.' "Keep on growing into he' meant exactly that. The Pres- letter of Mayor, Pro Tem was read Councilman Whlttemore was elected as tha new Mayor Pro Tem. ' Receipts for December 1958. General J 1,095.29 Street _ _ „_•___ 38,793.21 'Public Safety ._. 12,402.00 Sanitation -.. 2,266.00 Debt Service ' 2,207.00 .Trust & Agency 34.05 v Parking Meters 2,042.02 GENERAL FUND C. Schultz, salary .—.I. 238.95 - - - ' ' 210.26 tax _ 50.40 Officer 50.00 . tires _ Pratt Electric Constr. Co., repairs Iowa Empl. Security Comm., social sec. _._ 158.14 I. P. E. R. S., retirement tax __ 165.20 Ready Mix Concrete & Lbr. Co., t materials , _i ,_ 1,793.02 Rayv Walker, claim ..... ._ 175, - 00 North,Central Public Service Co., gas ^ 30.73 Wallace 8, Tiernan lnc.7 supplies 3,90 Chicago Apparatus Co., supplies 12,16 City Clerk, advance cash 8.38 Sinclair Refining Co., dlesel oil _ 123.16 PARKING METER FUND Groen, salary... 177,67 Sands, salary 42.55 Iowa State Bank, w'holding tax _ 17.80 Trust .& Agency, pension J_ 1.92 Groen, clothing- allowance 1 125.00 Iowa Emp. Sec. 'Comm., social ' sec. ( » 78.59 I. P.. E. R. S., retirement tax 39.82 Ready Mix Concrete & Lumber Co.,. materials 71 22 City Clerk, advance cash 2.00 both laugh. reading was A Awo-inch a master; ofjpublic^bnvenience, r,?; ! ^ ',,;,*: VJ* •.; •.*,-.;•; .,» ^dampen will be ignored* it tl\^-'y^tlwayei ^*M a ? v ^ l ' a * e ^?X9 a ' s i a 5°|.SJip-idents J >ably Will, that-it;'operates at a 5 %\ ] ^^as^s^nd-m : forj^Tornn% v • 7 40 degrees Jan. snowfall, failed 1,8. to this. Gald is: about $500 .a now selling .for : B. Richardson, ' Council meetings pound. The Air v - ..M. Parsons, Council 'meetings the-spirits of area^s- ForceXB-5& supersonic bomber J; '$#$££'. council meellnls shows, .as -it probably Will- loss in certain areas involved. ; f K. •',*''"' But we do consider-fthe lopaV i^atter as one more example of a development wju'^h is of tremendous 1 importance to .the country/. We think that public transportation of this kind should be considered as ,a-* sort of- natural . . .. _j^stand-ih __ . ... £irk who now towers- above -him. TOmmy, too. plays a role in .'.'The •*-" ' —!» Jan> 31 . , The county Triple-A office received word from Des Moines that Wei $2'8#6$000' io-produce. That fig ures out to $567' a pound. r ~ , r|X. *• 1 1*1 T^- * A ^^.A T »— V* VTWiVAJLiViAi AXV.O A*JL\S£AAVrO UllCLb - ** Shaggy Dog" and, like Kevin, gets some $400,000 worth of soil con- THE POWERHOUSE,—A new AA-H*». i,.ii—-.«,i«i. «M.* m ,,««. , -,... ch epks were on Jihe. look at our atomic development cO-star billing, wHile old-trouper Billy 'Curtis isn't even mentioned , m, f .* f. • t . •«- i •* • »»Miin-tiiwtc» .v>vui iun n ice i ii iys ;'47,OOp,,ppUnds; and COStS A. .Elbert; Council meetings L ««« i.• ..:-._ _,...... Ht^.i.jKj.. -J, Dreesman, Council meetings _ I. P. E. R:. S.,retirement, tax Iowa''Erripb Sac;-.Comm., 'social. . sec.' .^—.'._.. __i; Thompson Distributing Co., mdse. Mason'.City Blue] Print Serv., maps '""- Lbr, Co.*: glass " 50.00 116.00 112.00 124.00 112.00 104.00 112.00' ,68.88 44.28 4.00 . ._ Friden, Inc., .Maintenance agree- R. B. WALLER, Editor C. S. 3RLANDER, Advertising Director JERRY METCALF, Advertising Manager DON SMITH, News Editor FERMAN CHRISTOFFERS, Plant Foreman NATIONAL EDITORIAL .Representatives, Inc< 18, N. Y, W Jt^fSl M KOfSVTH CO, ''' «-^$$ T—,|5.oo Wpatipn, ppr JPS»#lPT»y«"'''» p w»w»nrv.ffr«[T . . ., . WRWSPAPEB irtlsinifi i>0r Innx^..-*.**. B?" " * V * ^"tFJcT **»w*»^"* ADVERTISING RATES resource, and as a great insurance feature when the next great national emergency'develops. It does not seem possible that 'this .country can rely on,.never/again becoming engaged Jin war. If we do, the railroads will agajn be needed vitally for public transportation, as in the last. If, in the mean-time, the passenger business is .-permitted to disintegrate and the rolling stock to be 'outmoded or no longer available, we will be in a sorry condition, to say the least, The'nation stockpiles great — and immensely costly — quantities of strategic materials. Why, in the same reasoning, do we not ''stockpile" a good ample,, well equipped/public transportation system on rails? It seems to us it w,ould be considerably better to have rolling stock kept up to date and in condition, rather than the doubtful expedient of congregating old Pullman cars somewhere, to lie idle for who knows how long, for a possible emergency, as we hear is now being considered. As far as we are concerned, the traffic decline in railway passenger business is due not only to the obvious ] matter of the growth of private transportation, plus bus and plane transportation; but to at least two other conditions as well. One of these is the attitude of the government, which seems to conduct its thinking along the lines of the Eighties when railroads were monopolies, extermely powerful, and needed regulation.' In the meantime, the railroads have certainly had their fangs pulled in this respect, but the throttling regulations and high taxation'of the federal government continues. The roads need encouragement in the form of tax relief' and even government subsidies, and the right tp compete without regulatory handicaps. • : The other condition is the attitude of the railways themselves, and some of ^he employees. In these modern times, when business of all , kinds must woo the public with alps'orts of blandishments, the railroads do little if- anything to glamorize their general business, little to woo public favor, nor to make riding rnost of their trains a pleasant matter. ,- . What good }s a small voice like our, in a matter of such national importance? Not much, we admit, but if there should be enough sentiment along this line, the railroad passenger .business could be given a shot in the arm — as a safeguard for the future, • . We think it is a matter for- combined action on the part of the public, .the federal government^ the railroad and the unions. * * - '*<,•'. MORE PARKING SPACE — The Waseca Minn., city.council mqvpd. recently to buy a new pwking lot which wUUpark about 33 cars. Price of the lot is $25,000. The lot •& located in the heart of the business. di$tr}c$ and &ow con. tains a two story house arwj ajj o!4 gfii^e. Com pare,tfta,t $gure,and parking drea to $he'pun?has< mucJe receptiy by the AJgqna City fco^ricH and, you find Algona did much better. - + * ,.'•*>••• Pid ye» hw»r *bouj the rich T»»a» who bought -two Cadillacs and took his change in Volkswagens? r-'ii: j-» *-*t ...... way for Kossuth farmers. About program shows the U.S. in anpth- Herbst Agency,'/insurance ~ isy'.So In-the; credit ..titles* . _• . 1,700 farmers were expected to er 10 or 20 years may be able to Kossuth County Treasurer, board "But that dOg gives me an idea, rece ive a portion of the money, build atomic power plants at ab- r .& lodging^of prisoners ..... 71.50 said- Curtis, pointing .his over,- w hj c h raised the total to $1,174,-, out what it now. costs-for plants' size cigar .at Shaggy. 111 .get a 218.24 in corn loans in Kossuth using coal., Right now^ however, dog-star, to stand-in/for. Maybe coun t y . - a-little wire-hair like Asta in safe, Pekinese. But, NOT him! was herd"aTbttosen" W Satu7day"at conwntionai"-plant™*Buf' for a the cost is almost prohibitive. For example, it costs between $125 to . The annual creamery meeting '$200 per 'kilowatt capacity 'for a c - - - ,, , „„ was held at Ottosen Saturday at conventional - plant But for J}e,'s only two years old and HE the schoo i followed by a lunch, large nuclear plant the cost runs ALREADY OUTWEIGHS ME BY Fred Schmidt and Vic Herman- between $250 -apd $500 per kilo- THREE POUNDS! sen .w.ere reelected as directors watt capacity. •'•••• T. '.-';'• •.•••:. .v'-'^' ..'-•,'••-_. ,. , and a vote okayed construction • —0— For some t>me, 16-year-old An- of a new creamery building in JUST THE RIGHT SIZE — nette Funicello, who makes her the near future. Musical selections When H. R. 144 was introduced „„,.„„., ^ Q K,,f ,„ »Th 0 Shaggy furnished the entertainment rfor in the House on opening day of Professional Dog" QPDll t. after three "The years on the popular Miqkey Mouse Club television show, was bedeviled by little autograph. hounds_ in her covered why. , : . ...... TICKETS! day. Merlin Altwegg, Plum Creek, Congress a good story passed almost unnoticed.:. Author of the s'H. R. GrOss, Rep.-Iowa. waeased fm friends trooping into the house to meet my daughter. Finally I had a talk with Mike and he con' for House of Representatives. By sheer coincidence 144 constitutes exactly one gross. The Gross bill squad, fractured an arm dur- would bring Federal spending in a 'practice session, the first Ime with Federal revenues, local grappler pOLITICAL -°an many a moon.. '•••-• • *• * ARITHMETIC — The 74 to 70 vote which enabled Algona high school's Bulldogs Rep, Charles Halleck of Indiana 'from Kos- to unseat veteran Rep. Joseph were one of 14 J U ^rr-o nKm.rrtnn iharn' a Were OHC Ol It leclIUb 11UI11 IVUS- IU Uliacai vctciau J.VCJJ. ouocjjll suth count y getting ready for the Martin of Massachusetts as Re- Mi iness." Needless to av leader of the House - ,nc, nn n hn annual county basketball tourn- publican e has now gone out of bus- nt which wag t() be held here clirnaxed a brief but tense fight. INSURANCE ALGONA INSURANCE 1 AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KCJLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance 1 . 206 East State -St. Phone CY 4-3176 BLOSSOM INSURANCE: AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE . r, ,, u u 11 * * r >iN. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-4443 this • weekend, First games were Before the secret ballot was taken Home - Automobile - Farm slated Thursday evening, with supporters of both Martin and the finals set for Monday night Halleck each claimed about 120 when the class A and class B -votes. ^This prompted one Repu- winners were to meet. The cur- blican ,to .joke, ; "Good! With a tain-raiser Monday was to be the total of 240 votes we now have finals of the girls tourney with enough votes to control the Cqn- LuVerne and Seneca to tangle, gress during 1959." The en-tire Members of the Algona high House, of course, has only 153 squad, according to the roster in Republicans,' .' . the UDM, were Clarence Devine, —o— —•- WHO PAYS FOR SCHOOLS .— Polio Insurance INFLATION & DEFLATION Dear Editor: . .There is a lot of talk now about Robert Ditsworth, Walter Hicks, the need to balance the budget Torn Kohlhaas, Leroy Lee, Jun- Uncle Sam says We are now short and keep down inflation. But ior Long, Raymond Lund, Roger 140,000 classrooms and '135,000 already the Department of Ag- Michel, Jim Neville, Lewis Nev- teachers. So supporters of Federal riculture is forecasting a lower ille, Jesse Reynolds, Wesley Sch- aid to education are making a big farm income for 1959 ultz,' Don Smith, Lloyd Spear, point of the fact th$t only %c Russell Thorpe and Bob Wray. of every Federal -tax dollar is * * used t° support- public schools. - Mrs I«ra Sanders, Algona H, This cqmpares wfth: 43c out 'of f » r the P ast 13 ^ years, every" local tax dollar and 3 Ic out position and Beth I ,of every State tax, dollars, Educa- CHARLES D.PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,090,009 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham- Sec'y declinins farm naritv income iflW The Den oi ^Aericult S^ mcome^s S than one half n»r ^nit a ' MOW ' per capita NON- , was named to succeed her. tjon, they insist, is taking a back Mrs s anders p i an ned to visit rel- seat when ' it shouldn't.- They come, and more of : the same atives in j pwa and on the west point, for example, to the multi - DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon - 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2345 ^Resident phone CY 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Strict Off kg phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone GY 4-2614 JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon 114 N. Moore Office phone CY 4-2224 ^Resident phone CY 4-2232 JOHN M. SCHUTTERrM.D7 Physician & Surgeon 220 No, Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-4490 Resident phone CY 4-2335 Chiropractor. t medicine is being prepared. Compare this with industry — * e «Au. f °r toty* !• A^L^ F"ncis Moirfag, West 'Bend. biUioh-dollar Federal , highway irogram now underway and the i40 billion phjs being spent for , , months at a time plants have was injured Monday when a tree defense, operated from 40% to 60% of he wa?( cutting down fell on him. capacity, for.the sole purpose of He was wor king with Alfred 5TOCKHOLPEBS TAKE NOTE •keeping the prices up by limit* Wirtz at the time of the mishap. — The Democrats are almost cer- 'ing supply. Thus they not only, The men had cut the tree, but H tain to knock out of the tax laws fQrce Uncle Sam to -pay, as failed to fall as expected, so Mon- a provision which., gives relief to Eisenhower said nheir- actual tag took another swipe at it with -persons who receive dividends weight in gold for the new born* his axe. The tree then tumbled from stock investments. Now, bers." The steel companies have down in a direction different than i he V 8 et a. deduction on tl}p first fixed the price •—and high,,too. the one expected and Montag $50 of Dividends ($100 m the The big corporations generally was pinned beneath it. He suf * cage of man and wife) and a. four •• • : •• •« ] i_*..i ;_ -a — t Op the-rfjm,ain» for 'what he sells, higher was pprtunity. It would cost the Trea ces for what he buys. HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household f%>ods, and Many Other Forms Phone CY 4-3733 ' Ted S. Hetbst . ANPY CRAWFORP General Agent Iowa Fawn Mutual Ins.. Co, Affiliated with Farm • Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life v Hail - Tractby Phone CY 4-3351 HAROLP C, 8UNPET Representing State Farm Ins. C°706 So. Phillips St. - Ugona Phone CY 4-2341 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE-~-HAIL DENTISTS Dr. D/D. Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 s : Hours: 9:00 J- 5:00 Open Friday Night pft, PATRICK J. MUU4QAN 3PENTJST 116 North Moore Street 4-2708 OR, KAR^ R, HOFFMAN Office in Horne Federal Bldg, Office phone CY 4-4341 P Dilation, -but 1 it will be i3 t Hie fgrmers 1 expense. He is scJjedm-. on a new combination project included $16,907 sjfc'ool funds. The di&trict from PR. j. p. HARRIS, JR., Pentist pd. to be the fall guy. There auditorium-gymnasium, an add> WPA- You couldn't outfit a gym Office Above Iowa State |sn t any ooupt about it. t^on at tuYefng hjgh s«hosa, w»s wit^> bteach^re at that prise jww» Cle»§4 8ftl» P«Mf Geo. W. Patterson nearly completed. Total cost of day*. (There's no inflation). Pbooe CY 4-2334 Pr. R. J, Thissen Chiropractor E. State St., Algona Phone CY 4-3621 OPTOMETRISTS Prs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined , Contact, Lense^ Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone CYpress 4-2196 Hours; 9;00 a.m., to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons PR. C. M, O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis & Visual Training 108 South Harlan St. (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 • Farm Management CARLSON FARM MANAGEMENT CQMPANT Serving Hancock, Humboidt, Psto Alto & lEossuth CoMflttes J2Mj N. Dodge Ph. CY 4-2891

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