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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1959
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-t^. '»a*.*3'.^. -j &. ^ • * «*. 2-Algen« (»t«.) Upp»r DM M6In«* Thursday, July 9, 1959 A FARMED SPEAKS UP Editor's notes A farnler living out on a Route hai written US the followihg interesting letter dnd it's so funny we're publishing it, even though-he didn't sign his narhe to it, and the initials hfe gives wfe suijSett aren't his. R. B. WALLER, Editor C. S. ERLANDER, Advertising Director DON SMITH, News Editor CLIFF LONG, Advertising Mgr. FERMAN CHRISTOFFERS, Plant Foreman NATIONAL EDITORIAL BEPRESfeNTATIVE WeeHly Newspaper Representatives, Inci 40* Fifth £ve., New Y6rk l8, N. Y. 333 N. Michigan, Chifcago 1, 111. SUBSCRIPTION itA'TES IN KOSSUTH CO. One Year, in advance ;i..,».*._..... Tr $3.00 Both* Alews papers, in combination, per year $5.00 5J9glq,Copie.s „.„,., , r .- ........... i ., lOc SUBSCRIPTION flATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH gpe X4wr, Jo atfvpnpe -.,..,_-., rt ^-—. .—._$4;00 Both Algona papers in combination, one year ....J6.00 No subscription less' than 6 nionUis. city AND COUNTS NEWSPAPER AdvrrUs'irig', pet Inch . 63c -ADV^RTiSING Dear editor: I was figuring up my Income and expenses for 1958 the other night and trying to remember where my money went when I decided to rest my mind and picked up a newspaper a man had handed me in Algona earlier in the day to keep the rain off while I crossed a street — it was a copy of The Des Moines Register arvd I don't care what some people say about It, it shed the rain pretty good — and, got to reading a review of President Eisenhower's State of the Union message, I have come to the conclusion that the President's speech writers ought to bring their language up todate. For example, trying to bring home t6 the people the high cost of defending America, the if he'd sand "new bombers now cost their weight weight in gold." This is What I'm talking about. It would have brought the message home a lot stronger i fhe'd said "new bombers now cost their weight in groceries." When he said fighter planes "now cost fifty times more than they did fifteen years ago," he would have brought us face to face with reality more if he'd said "fighter planes have gone up even higher than new autorrto- biles." Or if he'd said "it now costs more to train a jet pilot than it does to send a kid to college." I have a gr'eat deal of sympathy though for -the President. He and I are working on irrtilar problems. For example, while new tractors don't cost their weight In gold yet; I think they're working on if. I don't know what It cost to repair a 27- miHion-doHar bomber, but what it costs t.< haul a 10-year-old tractor is inchrncj"up same direction. I don't know what a gu'ided missile costs, but I know what a box of shotgun shells costs, and it's something ; tp make -Congress ^cj,^, me both sit up and do «ome th^nKing- • . I don't know; what ,lt•-fos.t^f'd*4feep our' defense program r6ally "He'dltKy;' but I kftoW what It costs to restore a man to health, es- ' pecially if he has to go to the hospital for any length bf time. It's enough to put him back in the hospital. . Everything just costs a lot more these days, everything, that is except some of the things I produce out, here, and if it was left to me they'd be higher too. Yours faithfully, J. A. • jSM.gimu'Hrlppcir PTS (dHRoincs r HI E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Entered as second class matter at the postoffico «t Algona, Iowa, under Act of Congress' at March 3. 1879.' Issued, Thursday in 1959 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING GO. STftlCTLV 4 6USH6SS * „ ,«* fed* fctftkey, daughter M; Joan leftfaftt. ~She^ s 1 6! "Guns of the cast DEMOCRATS TAKE OVER As of July 4, the appointive, administrative group* in the state whldh ,havl had republican majorities for the pasf 20; yd'dW,fto<tf hove a democratic majority. Plrfia|i>i the Ifiost impdftartt of these is the State Highway Commission. Most of the appoifttmSnH are for four or six years, thus even with a dhdrtjje In governors, it takes about four years for any particular party to gain the ascendency on these appointive commissions. The republicans have controlled these Important units for a long time. In some cases they have done well; in Others, they have failed miserably. Success Or failure is hot confined to any one political party.. We suspect that with democratic majorities, some groups will be a success, some a failure. We hope that the new democratic majorities, however, will do a sincerely good job. The people of Iowa have expressed growing confidence in the democratic party in this state. The democratic-controlled commissions can justify this confidence by high quality administrative ability and honesty. They can also be greatly instrumental, by good mdriagement, in keeping Iowa a two-party state. • * * * MISSILE MUDDLE Indianola Tribune — The followers of American rocketry news haVe surely had nothing to shout with joy about during the past several weeksi.3Vhile the rivalry in Washington, over what branch of the service is to have control of which type of "missile, grows* hotter and hotter, the success on the firing range grows smaller and smaller. We have lost count of the number of recent failures at attempts to launch satelites from Cape Canaveral and Vandenberg Air Force Base, but we know the total is an embarrassing one for authorities in the defense department. Now 'we have word that our big gun in the rocket department, the intercontinental Atlas missile, is going to be at least two months late in rqaching the ready-to-shoot stage. The last five test launchings of this rocket Were unsuccessful,-and ffa* Lon* RWk «•#$**«? was awarded'a trip to the $t!£fc loo Daity Cattle Congress toW+> ihg the high: team with a store of 1138 point&during the club ttmr With 1030 pomts. _ - •---, individuals were chosen-to attend the WatetIdO; Show for therf ability in judging farm animals. Incidentally, Alafc Lackl, Jt* has been justifying parental faith in BJ3 ability foy aisplfiylfig g remarkable degree of talent. Twen* tieth*PdS*S new taffeht school-^-, centljf graduated a ^ouhg lady of ffttfch promise. She's Linda HuU citings, who has beeft -••--• cast in "The very Best -. „ .«^ r T —- . ..„ _ thing.' Which is exactly what we yearlings were bringing $8; corn, hope Linda's future holds im 42 cents; oats, 21 cents; barley, store. ' 27 cents; eggs, 16 cents; cream, * * ' * , 23 cents; hens; 11 cents; ducks afid Duting a quiet week, you can geese, six cents, always depend on a bit of inter- * . * * t esting news from J.oe Reddy,. Some pteiiy good him fare was Disney publicist. The fertile im- set to T&ow at the local theaters, agination of Walt Disney is al- "Young Mr. Lincoln", with Henry ways providing some new and in- Fonda, Margorie Weaver anuAr- terestlng project with odd new lecti Whelan; "6000 Enemies , angles. At the moment, Disney featuring Walter Pidgeon and is launching a feature film ver- Paul Kelly; ahd 'Daughters Cour- sion of "Pollyanna." Jarte Wy- ageous", with John Garfield, Reiibnaf Director ft. W. Surwfeli, U.S. Fish. &id Wildlife! Service, state! .TWUWte ares :bleak for wattrfowl ^jrodttctfon Jh, western • Minnesota, North and/South Dakota according to the U. S. Game Management &ge«t DaVid w. Fisher of Fergus Fall, Minn. Fisher aftS Pilot-agent Ralfth Von Dane df Petifla, 111., receflflf completed, almost 3,000 lifteaf,,miles Vef¥ J fifile fchange on the local of The survey shows & drastic reduction' in' ovet.-all •» 1 waier- ioWl population, paralleling a decline in water afeas. Ducks Unlimited biologists and key- meft report, similat dfought conditions in the Canadian ptaifie provinces extending into. the parklands so reduced waterfowl populations and production can also be expected ihere. Ironically, Iowa is having one man will starVAn"eXcellVnt'choice Claude'Rains, Fay'Bainter, Don- fj,^^ffSenf lurfaS? ^^ ~ tor the role. Big-top props for 'aid Crisp, 'Priscilla, Rosemany witn ?»" 1C '?™ ducka Disney's "Toby Tyler?' a story of arid" Lola Lane, all gave promise hold breeding ducks, . w * . . ". v *. .«,.. M . * .*....» ..* Jt - — __A- Dixie™ iVirijjtju it.cti« w of blue-winged teal real entertainment. "Welt, what Wib'ii? New secretary or, labor-management meeting?!' Washington * * highlights njM O O early-day wagon show circuses, are scattered all over the,backlot. So were a pair of llamas that tired of the street-barade route ohe day and took off on a tour of their own around the Disney lot. They covered a lot of» ground in their high-gear .studio tour before being rounded up and replaced in the parade-line. * * * For those who heave a noslaK gic sigh at mention of "the good old days," we offer a 1910 meau copied for a scene -in'"Toby Tyler." It reads: "STEAKS—45c, „ ' ,., „ . .. HOT CAKES—20c, BEEF STEW Probably never since the 15c, SOUP—lOd and COFFEE drought of the 30's, has the value ' "" ' " ' impound- to sports- Lack Of Water. May Result In Duck Shortage are using Union Slough this summer. But let's not fool ourselves. Iowa's modern day, rfuck production is merely "a feather in the tick" compared with the prairie pothole and provinces' production when only low~a harvest is considered. An important donservbtion accomplishment in times like these is to insure that- enough water- fowl-'breedirig stock wmtcr over ahd return, .to their nesting grounds to prepetuate the* species next spring. '.' /.,, , , Waterfowl nesting refuges will ' " stock TAX CHISELERS GET BREAK Fourth of Juty when the — The honest taxpayer will con- flag becomes official. Unue to carry more than his fair —o— share of the tax burden as long ONE OR THE OTHER 0 _ t iicijlj „_„ „ _„ _.„ . are survivc as Congress and the AdmlnistrS- Federal workers \ are hoping for and lifts two Shetland ponies & Canada for the nesting seasons, if some species are to Eurvivc tloh fail to_act in his behalf. It a pay raise next year but they weighing 900 Ibs. Like to know .- A recent news .'release from provide hunting,m ttic. imuie. A big his muscle-building secret? year disappointed.; is estimated that tax chiselers may be „ .. _. 0 „ are.holding back a whopping'$25 drive is on nowT to give them" a does his~daily dozen with a cah- billion a year. This could be health insurance program. If non ball in each hand! stopped if Uncle Sam were able this fails a new effort will have to put more tax agents on their to be made in Congress again trail. Internal Revenue Service next year. Because a pay raise has figures to "prove that every ----- - riz lew ai tiiiv-ioA am- .341^*1.*-* »~ - . , - sc7ne; Henry takela'de'ep breath poundments in the northern states limits will probably ^e gecessa - ---• - -- ••• - • & Canada for the nesting seasons, if some species are to buivwi. u • A recent news ."release from provide hunting He extra agent it hires can pay his and health insurance both cost huge sums it's not possible to _ „ _ toductji^^^ bugs were foun'd > a'nd elfmina.te'S. Recent tests with many other rockets have been just as disheartening. As of today, we still have no rocket of 1500 mile range or longer ready for combat use. Oft., top of the bad news • coming from -the .rocket .lands'in our own country, we now have reason to believe, that Russia has .beat us; to. the •development and use of a genuine missile-carrying .and launching submarine. For a long .time it Was thought we had almost exclusive control of this important area of- missile warefare. Evidently, however, our early lead was due to poor intelligence reports from the Soviet Union, and not to any real lead in production. . In-spite of (or maybe because of) all these failures and adverse developments, the inter- service rivalry in Washington grows hotter and hotter. ..No- wonder many defense minded people the country over are shaking their heads in confused worry over our missile muddle. We are a long ways from clearing it up. * * * SAD FUNERAL Blue Eatih Post — When the newspaper goes, the town.soon follows. The newspaper is the soul of the town and without it the voice of the community is gone. No shopping guide or throwaway advertising sheet cart ever replace the newspaper. Under the heading, "Funeral for a Newspaper," the Mosinee, Wis., Times editor wrote the following: We were at the funeral for a community newspaper on Saturday and it was a sad affair, like most funerals. In this case the community of Ncccdah saw its newspaper killed on March 2G when the last issue was published. The funeral came on Saturday, April 18 when the machinery and equipment were sold al auction, and scattered to the winds. While we are in no position to judge the reasons why another community finds ithelf without a newspaper voice, we do know from talking with the publisher and editor that it was the same story—lack ol support from the business interests of the community. When a newspaper dies it is a sad\ sad thing for the community. Gone is the voice of that community. No longer is there a medium to i-eflect that community, to the world. Forever absent is the recorder of that community's history for later generations to refer to. In fact—'another step has been taken to oblivipn for the small town where the newspaper died. Nor does this tell of the countless columns printed by the newspaper for free, which no other advertising medium ever does. This too is gone own salary nine times over the push the two through Congress first year and 13 times over every j, r the same year. Lawmakers year afterwards by forcing tfhlse- opposed to both proposals would lers to pay their rightful share like to kill the health insurance of taxes. President Eisenhower bill this year as this almost auto- cut the IRS enforcement staff-by matically would stave off'a pay 2,315 when he took office. .Total raise bill until 1961. reduction to -date is 3,076. 'This '...'." __ 0 — $25 billion in uncollepted taxes HAPPY ' BIRTHDAY DEPT would more .than pay;'for man-y The , F BI fingerprint division' is of the items which already have ^^bratine it* 35th anniversarv. been approved m excess of the budget. But * Congress and the __ , , . , . *•* 'it* JUliKCHL/l 111! 1/3, JT.^LU.1 President wont approve putting of these are not f FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES- its 35th anniversary.' It now. has on file 152,314,793 fingerprints. Actually, the bulk JULY* ' ' '1939 on new tax agents. A dispute over elgibiliiy of one of the team's members removed of law-aibiding citizens. . me _ - d f m nart j c ;^a t ; collection of fingerprint', cards. .M rtfr ffin Pa ffiK LEADERS OF TOMORROW-^ was started at tHe Federal peni- hut — — « -------- - ----- - ------ ------ — but Algona's Junior Legion baseball The s * d from partici | ^ tion in the di str i ct tournament ' at Rockwell Charles REPRESENTING e Co. runner-up to Al- » Some |7, u ° 1W ^ shl "g-: a chance to appear in the tour- i ton in a freight car in 1923. The ney . The Wesley club got. past delegates will discuss new director,, of the FIBI, John Cowrie '7-4 in its first -round , , ways of providing young people Edgar Hoover r had a 'tough time ga me then fell, 3-2, to Rippey in with greater opportunities, help getting money to run his hew the finals. Algona's team, one of .them develop their talents and fingerprint section. Eight months the most successful here in hist- prepare them generally for their • after the shipment arrived he ory, was set to play a series of role in the' future. President wa s finally granted funds rand ^exhibition games with outstand 7 . Theodore Roosevelt conceived the h as never had trouble sfiice con- :• ing teams from around the state ' • - " ' ' ... .-.-•. ----- .-- -^ n.- © Accumulation Certificates ® Mutual Funds * , Broad Street ; . ; ; L \' • National Investors ; Whitehall Fund For Free prospectus write or call Chuck dt AEgona idea, for the first conference of vincing- Congress- of its worth, during the final weeks of 'the- Only criminal prints were kept summer. over the plight of orphaned chil- un tii 1933. Then the Civil Ser- * * * ' '. ., vice Commission- began using, Young Robert Humphrey ^of Al this type . in 1908. ^Concerned dren, he sat down and personal— - ...... „..», £* V ..~ V ~.M^ vict: \^uJiliiiioaiuii ucgaii. uoiiig ,- c& ; 1 i • c TUT j letters inviting 200 men .prints as now Federal workers gona, 14 year old son of-Mr and.. en to -the White House , wer e taken on - Mrs Carl Humphrey who fatm , 4i,« ^...u'jA^t mu_ *!.:„!. • south of town, definitely believed w that honesty is. the-best policy. Robert found a wallet in a I( parking space' near the post office Saturday. It contained $10 in cash and the usual assortment of valuable papers. The wallet was owned by Rex B. Clay, publisher of the LuVerne paper, and through a classified ad run in the UDM Mr Clay, the Humphrey boy and his father got together' and the lost article was returned ly wrote and women to discuss the subject. The first meeting resulted in enactment of child labor laws and the setting up of the first voluntary agency concerned with the welfare of children. irectory WHERE IT ALL GOES — We sometimes forget how important a part steel plays in our lives untiMalk of a steel strike hits the headlines. Here's where the steel is consumed: construction industry, 23.6%; automobiles, 21.6%; machinery and commercial equip- Behind The Movie Sets WITH' BUDDY MASON Wednesday. Yes sir, classified ads. and honesty really pay. + * » when the newspaper dies. No wonder dies. the town or' TO DO A-TPTAL SRLLING Jpp PN YOUR T0?. A Jb.U^, RK5T ' VSB..THS. TOTAL SELLING MEDIUM: THE NEWSPAPER, Total selling in' terms of advertising means reaching the mpet people in a designated market . , , wjt,h the greatest selling impacts On both counts, the newspaper is your t<?ta}.seHing med ^aDly the .newspaper provides a larger for your advertising message than an? other mm ,.,, a* a Jvwey ppst per thpu^kidi Jsven importantly: the, petopapei dellvfers your age jp such a manner^ as J P produce be||«f!p T *u»fs, fa$ier .... fchlch is wha,t vfe . impact, true beWse columns of JHi THI AtOONA UPPER DES MOINES Read Weekly By O«r 5 t 100 Families a chance to see a cood ? i h ? youngsters, tram which was auctioned off by L. a uidncc, loscc a good thoroughly before attempting to Linnan A1 " ' - ' /M " rf show. But the President r n iinw in (hoi,- CnnisirW 'T . . ' HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.:—When men't, 16.2%; • containers, 13.1%; sons and daughters of Holly- Final disposal of the large Han- oil and gas, 7%; appliances, 3.8%; wood's stars enter films, they do na estate, in Kossuth and Hum- rail transportation, 3.6%; agricul- not have their paths made as eafcy boldt counties near LuVerne, ture, 2.4%, and all other, 11.7%. jpr tliem as many people seem to came Thursday afternoon when —o— rl l !l k .\ In th ? f l r . st P la ? e - an .y.. f P nd P. C. Fletter of Des Moines bid Mrs misses a chance to stage has not gone to the theater since he took office. Not for a full show, any way. He called for her at a New York theater not long 'ago and found the show reputations. Thus, when" Junior point,"with the four bidders rais- fo |ip w in Uicir footsteps.. ions lo the sale had been over- ru i ec }. before the land was put on They know that unless their ofispnng make a far better, than the block, an earlier bid of $250,- c'uleX INSURANCE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. Phone CY 4-3176 J,BLOSSOM INSURANCE . AGENCY / All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan •7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 'BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 1 N. Dodge St. ' Ph. CY 4-4443 V Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, • Life, General ' - Phone CY 4-4512 still had 10 minutes to run. Mr shows evidence of desiring a car- f ng tire price $1,000 on each bid. Eisenhower went in and stood in 1 eer m acting, he is asking for a Two were left when bidding hit the back. None of the audience , rigid routine of study and train- $270,000 and Fletter • went on to knew the President was one of mg. become successful. As a result of KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance .in force!. A ;iiome company. Safe, secure. '-.'.•» Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuff ham-Sec'y * T . •"•• " ' •' ---*-.-- .-.' -- T -.',' i ' ,_ --..,...HERBST INS, AGENCY HawVTruma»v/a"c'ibse"friend'of es, can expect to remain public sente'd" the"fa'rgest land deal in'vhe AK>ds, arid' Many ' Other Forms . t ' . ..... 1i3\/niMTriC riMMf no 1/M-irf ^c. 4Un.. f.n.^. \ • _i' '_.. r il__L _ili_ '. I T-»t_ '._ ^.Vi . nMnn *-v****w the standees." The Franklin Roosevelts were frequent theater * +/ Mr and Mrs Star are well aware the sale, depositors in the closed Hanna bank stood : to receive a goers. A special ramp was built of the fact that when the public final payment of 35 percent, and at the rear of Washington's lead-. K'uys entertainment it is highly making k total of 15 percent re- ing theater to accomodate the ?"tical of the performances of ceived since the bank ceased op- crippled President. President Popular players. They, themselv- eratipns. Sale of the land repre- Haw-y Truman, a close friend of f s v ca " expect to remain public sented the largest la ' ' labor, once crossed a picket line iavont es only as long as they turn history of the state. nnWnnxwinPlv tn miipr » th» n «m. °. ut conscientious charactcnza- ••*-.. * unknowingly to enter a theater, UI1IW1U YV4HKIY l-U Vlll-Cl ct UlCcllUl. 4'^ A r 1 1*1 / i . Secret Service men had cleared , n , i halfhearted portray- B pickctcers nd thter ger. under the marquee,for the, Prpsi- ren Perhaps that's the reason child- dential entrance Mrs Rt^s Trli- few in pf • her 'presence. Roosevelt entered were aware But promptly name score, well "oles". In most instances, their initial bid for fame has been de- cooler layed until they have had stiff U a cient preparation . to cope with j u ly Area temperature readings during the week, didn't approach the torrid marks, elsewhere in 'the . . , , -,. . state, but nevertheless, persons their debuting living in this -vicinity * rejoiced' ' when the weatherman predicted temperatures. The. high the week was 96 degrees while the low was 57. A Phone CY 4-3733 Ted Si Herbst •,•...•••. . . uy , we e ow was . minute before curtain time and. the demands of almost any part, cool air mass was reported. heUd- - the entire audience rose to greet her. ing here from the north Paciiic A very personable young lady and was due Thursday night or now headed for a secure place Fririnv mornina. Rainfall for the IT WAVE -T-The in the stellar firmament,'is Mel- week totaled .60 of an inch. American flags of- •'"'•' ''-" "— — •. '-—•, ^—— ——— •— • •—• LONG "- ~"~ new 49-star ficially began flying on the Fourth of July. But Uncle Sa.m is still Using a lot of the old 48' star banners. There are 11,000 old ones i in the hands of the Federal government and Presii dent Eisenhower directed tliqt they all be used up. But he mafte a few exceptions. Now ones can be flown in the National Capital Parks,' at the base pf the ihgton Monument, over the quarters, qf the Army, Navy Air Force, and. atop -the U. Capitol. One of the two flow# over th£ Capitol will be presented to Alaska. The problem \Vill be repealed all over a^ain next Science Shrinks Piles Way Without Sitfgery Stops Itch-Relieteg Bain ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Iowa Farm Mutual Ins. Co. • Affiliated \vith Farm 'Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) ' • Life - Hail -• Tractor . Phone GY 4-3351 HAROLD Q-. SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins. Co. . ' 706 So. Phillips St. Algona Phone' CY 4-2341 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL DENTISTS DOCTORS MELVTN. 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 Street Office 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 JOHlTM. SCHUTTER7M.D, 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 .r- 5:00 Open Friday Night Dr. R. J, Thissen Chiropractor E. State St., Algona •Phprie CY 4-3621 OPTOMETRISTS PR. PATRICK J. MULLIGAN DENTIST . 11 § North Moore Street Phone CYpress 4-2708 rfewr V^-rk. N, V. {S,,ecl»|) -For the (irst time scmnt'c has found a new healing substance with the a.sfcp'n* Iphmg a.bility to shrink homur- rnpdsj stop itching, ftnd relieve -~ withouV Burgbry. In case after case," while gently ain, aStijel r«?am;tion were aslonUhinp statements like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem! 1 ' The secret ii a new healing sub, stance CBi^pyne\K4isr*yery o< This substancp is now available* In »up))6stfoh/ of ointment form under the name Prejxjratt'pn H.* At, your druggist. JMoneybacli •a«s. u. 5. j?*u QS, PR, KARt, R, HOFFMAN Office in Hpme Federal Bldg. Office j)hone CY 4-4341 j, & HARRIS. JR, Dentist LpcaLtipn 0n Corney At.8?2 E. Stato Pkone CT 4-2334 Drs. SAWYER and E.RICKSO Eyes Examined •:• Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street • Algona, Iowa Phono- CYpress 4-2196 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 Closed Saturday Afternoon DR. C. M. O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis & Visual Train 108 South Harlan St., (Home Federal Bldg.) i- PHONE Ct 4-3743 Farm Carlson Farm Manageme Compan 12 K N. Do Ph. CY 4-5 Serving Hancock, Humbol< Palo A!to & Ko^glh Count!

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