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2—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Mny 25, 1967 May 30th MEMORIAL DAY BUND MICE Unless the lowc Senate, C" Governor Hor old Hughes, can slop fhe tnv bi 1 ! passed Ics week by the icwo House, tHr stele w ; i! ssc' get its Icrgejf tox increase : " f~ : ?T,f\, c"v all in the nomc c' "'ex Tl'r- "He '•'oi/ft vote «'os 89 to 31, It is c frouc.' frc— f'c-' fc •'!-•:?'• c-r ••••: arc ?,urorispc ! to *Inc ri:r c>.••• s f ~*r ^sr.T CONFORM. AGREE - OR 51SE ! this tox bill. Ths? House bill iicreese; ' u r F'^'C V.cr-nj to>: rat^s by 32 tc 6C r,c ir cc-^* It boosts -hj y-jlf; trv *'O— ~ *r ' rrT?-' If extends the sc- 1 ?:- 'c> ; " c *Ti' -" *t.-- vicos.- he r €??c^orc- ?xr"r-r* fr "0 «-^*fr: **v It cioubtc? the C^-P C " C<:C " '"'• '"' r f '*" • tov b'i! 1 he: Kac rirw?--, : bcc.-^r 'X-— ^-^r from HISJORY'S SCRAPBOOK DATES AND EVENTS FROM YESTERYEARS •a?'i "V 1 '-' 1 '' 0 " ° f British ""oops from Dunkirk began. May 26, .^0. To.<yo was bombed by 500 superfortresses, May 26, -o. T , heT ? i:i T- a c Ck c WaS SUIlk b - v Br »'sh naval forces, May 27, V- ':>- in-?- Su P rcme Court declared NRA unconstitutional, •*!-•» w't ic'OO. the Canadian Dionne quintuplets were born, May 28, 1934 V.c.v.co_declared war on the Axis. May 28, 1942. P.urick Henry, author of the "Caesar-Brutus" speech, was - O i. Il ,M ii V «i y, 1 | o D. May 30 is Memorial Day. 'Sis'" 1 '' nilitman> " The P " et of Free VerseTwas born May 31, __ U.S. patent 90, 646 was granted to Thomas Edison for the :,r<! vote recorder, June 1, 1869. 10YEHRS AGO IN TUB «• ,-"v ' r ^ '-^"' ~"".-. S -reer — : ~^ t: f; :-.;==• C ~~" 35 r^_:c rr rrrvs = c r^.c" " v--irr f-n:- ~, "3.r>sr^"-'r r« r rrij vrter r- U~ riTV-*£~ ~ ^ TC i?-CC , = f r" ,5 --r = • r-: -re — "5 '.vcr rr.c'-clo- 2 " 6 r, g t h c' r «v ^ an WHY MAILS AfcE CLOGGED z- war, "-'c.^ /arc j i c'd must -his sense -.'' "? in this ' against policy is scn our : become ;c those as. Recall f-i-Ti policy ve-. Robert ,'s*-'-'.-" c'-c In*- '•«,.•;.%-' .-«rt:S,*li.,, i.'.s- i ",*'' Presi- •;'•;" Mr. Ho t -, lending '^ft v/hat- /ant to '.jpport - ~^:''*i'*- ov-C-O^r'. ^C f..vr .i-'.it:. c>. ri.- ; Lif.-'.c-ffj .'.•-it ffc.fc'.Kt '~". '^ : 'j* '„ j i t- - .^ and cf the every •-oncii o r ieiifcc. -_•..''„ o.-. irilC the U-... t,'j-.'j'". ,- ;• OH. - ilieif. I' arg jriitiu-. ..!,-'•.- j,v..^of-t' .1.- ier and inttlliytr.ct ,.o..-!'- t^f.-!^'(• i !.•,,.•', - Liolioi Co -,!•: ,- i ,t- ^-u '.'.ili^C v '.«r O V- <:.•.-. 'x'. '/v. •.',.-; FROM THE FILES OF THE UPPER DES MOINES May 23, 1957 Clarence Metzger suffered a painful accident at his farm home in Union twp. He was taken to St. Ann hospital, was x-rayed and it was found that ligaments and ribs had been torn loose from the spine. However, he was recovering satisfactorily. Erwin Siems, Martin (Butch) Potratz, Norbert (Speck) Zumach, Roy Adams, Walter Vaudt, Hugo Meyer, John Van Hise, Dr. J. S. Devine, Joe Zobohn, Jr., Henry Mueller and Frank Peik- arskl, all of \Vhittemore, went to northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. - o - Possiblity of more off-street parking for Algona shoppers became nearer reality when the city purchased the Tietz estate property at 119 E. Nebraska st. at auction. Purchase price was §5,900 for the land, which was 66 x 132 ft. and located across from the public library. Parking meter fund money was used to make the purchase. - o - Mrs. Ronald Christensen, Lone Rock, entertained in honor of her daughter Nancy's 10th birthday. Guests were Mollie Blanchard, Judy Hammerstrom, Linda Lockwood and Margaret Bierstedt. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen •&siA Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Dittmer 'A Portland twp., entertained at •t. luncheon at the Methodist ';;.-jrch Friday evening after i;. r i/;iii.tloii exercises in honor of ivft^.i\'j Larsen and Duane Ditt:;.(;: .,lo graduated from Burt y,:y. School. About 40 relatives i.v; l:'*!^!, gathered for the oc- i/, it-., &.".'<. Gtrliart, Mrs. J. .,*/A KniH'n a.ii'J Mrs. Mer- nobody nolitti onlt-ii. tiit dotin'; do iv .V.. I.., <'...!.,„, ®pper H «-.'. ,'; A, t«/ji:fc '/I bridge at the W-; 1 '^/'' !,'jii.':. M/'/,, Art Krause n'X. '.'.^, t,','in-, ;/.'!/,!;, Mrs. feul i',.;-;U.' vtii f>i.-'/;;-'()ili'.li and Agnes ill K. <.i.i; si KOSSUTH CGIJU1Y v . CITY Of ALOOi'iA ALOONA COMMUUir< V-i'-OO' JSSUKU TUKUAV & THUHSl>Ay t l,(yi(TJ! i<,Y>7 :ji Newspapers tatt-rwl iis Svi:oii;i (.'lasi MalU-r ai tiu. 1,^1 KU1TOHIA1, H. ).i. VVALLKlt, Editor & l'u.bli,-,hu- JA ; ,MI Don Smith, Manii({ii)j; Editor i<J6'j NAliOK/.' I* f. tf !•>•>-.»•» C NCWSCA.ci.K ;>?V"" ;, J, , , ( , , , V. , -' , V. 7 'Jiu^iit':/ 1 ol Dr. ,...', i/Jt. <',. WvJJ t/ of VVwjley, .n.i, ',;>..vfevi.' f .v ^ <;•!,•/ tfti,-;it llio WOK- iv=; j,u;vj, .•...', iA^i.'A'f Au/Hlaryat M,...v.v,.v '/rJj> !>U'J.f I// 1^; hold ».' iv... V.JA 'Hi'.':i-t;ft Ji.!-/./', 1 . li.t V/vul A'(t.'s,'< I'll i's/'Jh (itil JH'U, i,'j)></IUli , j/i/t Ml'W. j' HU, SflYi.iliC, ((II- SUBSCklPTION KAFfcS In Kossutii County uud adjoining areas To all other addresses in Unittsd Stales or t'oitjfji', (No subscnplions less than six jno.'jiii.-. •y:vW: : :¥:W: : :y: : : : :%% ; w^^^^^ li'li WUH i ju.ii ucu- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher, Tit- oiika, arrived home for a 30- day leave with his parents after spending 12 weeks at storekeepers school at San Diego. Previous to that he had been stationed in Japan for 15 months and after his leave of absence, he would again be stationed in Japan. Russell was a graduate of the Titonka High School with the class of 1954. - o - The senior class of Seneca High School boasted four cousins among their rank. They were Ronald Johannesen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen, Raymond Wilberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Dwane Johannesen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, and David son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft, The four cousins were honored at a family get-together following baccalaureate services at the John Johannesen home, with the Martin Wilbergs, Fred Joh- annesens and Henry Loofts as co- hosts and hostesses. - o - Armon lilioda, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rhoda of Elmore, had been chosen as Ledyard Community school band queen for the Mason City North Iowa Band Festival. - o - Gary Schlchtl and Roger Steward, Burt, Student at Upper Iowa University, had parts in the cast In the outdoor play "The Treasured Years" which was presented in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the University. Schichtl, son of Mrs. Florence Schlchtl, was majoring in physical education and was a senior; Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward, was a sophomore, majoring in mathematics. Algona High School's track team wound up in the cellar with a total of 18 points in the North Central Conference track meet at Eagle Grove. Keith Colwell gained a tie for second in the pole vault while Algona's 440 relay team came in second to account for most of the local team's points. 20 YESES I CROSSWORD PUZZLE AGO LAST WEEKS ANSWER ^M IN THB FROM THE FILES OF THE UPPER DES MOINES May 29, 1947 The latest and heaviest snow ever to be recorded in Kossuth county fell May 28. Harry Nolle, official weather observer, said that 3.4 inches of snow had fallen by 1:30 p.m. that day. Temperature fell to a low of 32 above, and the lowest temperature ever recorded for May 28. There was no evidence of frost, however. Generally speaking , it was not believed that the unseasonable snow had injured crop prospects other than slowing down spring operations. Highway conditions were reported as bad as far as visibility was concerned. - o - Alvln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aired Godredson of Seneca, was hospitalized as the result of a gunshot wound in his leg. Alvln had been planting corn and also shooting gophers as he saw them. On the way home In the evening he was taking a last shot, when the noise frightened his team, causing them to give a sudden jump just as the gun was discharged, the charge going into his leg. - o Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, LottsCreek, had the misfortune to be bitten by the family dog. Luckily her grandfather, Martin Meyer, and Mr. Gramenz of Fenton were nearby and rescued her from the animal. She was bitten on the back of the head. The animal was being watched for rabies. - o- Not all fish stories come from distant points. Clarence Lemay of Whlttemore was responsible for one right here at home. Fishing at the south end of the gravel pit, in Plum Creek Twp., he caught a pickerel (or northern pike, If you prefer), that measured 39 1/2 inches from nose to tail and weighed approximately 12 Ibs. He was fishing with Roy Lemay and P. L. Stainbrook of Whlttemore at the time. - o Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley, Fenton, entertained at dinner in honor of the Confirmation of their daughter, Audry Kay, and also the baptism of David Raymond Griese. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flier, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Hirman Griese, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Griese and baby Raymond of Rodman. - o Herman Jutting, Lakota, was recovering from burns on his arms and face suffered when there was a gas explosion In the basement of his home. Aleak- ing stove in the basement during the night was the main cause of the blast. He lit a match in the basement and the explosion occurred. He was thrown back through the door by the blast and the door was torn from its hinges. A trap door in the kitchen was blown open and a table and several dishes were also broken and other damage done. - o From County Chatter by D.H.H. "Roy Ringsdorf and son Wendell farm 600 acres of land southeast of Hurt on two farms owned by Fred Kent of Algona. About 275 acres will be in corn this year. Roy has a fine looking herd of Shorthorn cattle on his place. Mrs. Ringsdorf has 1200 Leghorn spring chickens and about 600 laying hens. She and Roy traveled to Florida last winter and had an enjoyable trip." For And About Teenagers) /J l-iiJiui , bun of THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I am u girl, fourteen years of age and 1 have an important question to usk you. About a boyfriend. I don't really believe he likes me or he doesn't think I like him. I don't know which it reully is. We talk to each other ut school and during games and we do tilings together. Another problem Is that he doesn't like for me to walk or talk with any other boy, yet he sometimes walks and talks with other girls. What ohould 1 do to solve these problems'.'" OUK UKPLY: Why notjustbe good friends? He likes you orhe would not walk and talk with you. You like him or you would not like to be with him. But, you are rather young to get so serious as to give up other friends and, believe it or not, even married people talk to persons other than the individual they are married to — and what a mixed-up world this would be If such were not the case. Additionally, don't you think it is rather one-way for a boy to become upset when a girlfriend talks or walks with another boy and doesn'tfeelbound to observe the same type of restrictions where other girls are concerned? Come now, let's be fair! M you hav* a Ifttnag* probUm you want In dlKuli. or an obiirvation to mob, aa^rau you l.ll.r la FOX AND ABOUT TEENAOilS. COMMUNITY AND SUBUMAN NESS SEIVICE. FRANKFORT, KY. AOKOSH 4( 1. John 4< ft. Ilefunoof grnpcn U. Homo : blanket 10. Distant 12. North Afrlcnn * nntolopa 13. Mothor-of- pearl U. A vegetable IS. Underworld deity 10. Music note 17. An opera by Vcrdl 1 IB. Offer 20. Stranded, ns a flhlp 23. Poem 24. Pronoun 25. Kthloplan title 27. Conjunction 28. Biblical name 30. Tones down 32. Japanese vegetable 33. Shower 34. Continent: abbr. 35. Man's nickname 37. Dainty 40. Group of Boy ScouU 42. Aberdeen 43. Hit 44. Ropes I. Otherwise IB. 1'erlln ). Mncawn 1H. HOUR DOWN for .Tlr« two M (old In JO. Hindu high micred esteem tree 1. Depot 20. Qimn- 1. An Impont titles 5. Hand: 21. French comb. police- form man J. High for 22. Kusnlan Yorlck council 7. Fnbtiloiia 20. Fishing- 1 bird 29. Hawaiian 1. Hallway bird J. Queen of 31. A riddle falrlc.-i 35. Parcels . Providers of land ^ 9 It 14- % 20 24 Z6 5Z 54- 40 45 ^ 1 % 21 45 2 n % 19 % 41 1 2S % y^ " 4. ^ 16 10 /^/ it % % % IS ^ % Y/< Y/< • P R £ N S A 5 T r • E A f 1 5, '•J 1 N \ i ure 5 IO li ^ IT * % 42 44 4k M U T f A 1 L_ U W p JSH3 T E|A •si iyEE ii ?E||G a b •£ A. N A S r i 0 p E TK| : AR L_L_A iOlf : R * Tof R E 5 A ? T - s 1 38. Fencer's /oil 38. Drinking vessels 39. Large worm 41. Lubricate 42. Exclamation ^ % ^ ^ 2b 17 7 ^ 1^ 21 '/// ( 51 b It; Z1 i^ iti <^4 II ^ M V/ // The annual last day picnic was held at the Portland School No. 6 with 79 present. Following the dinner a short program was given by the pupils, and the eighth graders were given their diplomas. They were Mary LouShipler, Deloris Trunkhill and Leona Krull. Evelyn Meyer was the teacher. The Rev. Jerald Wlngert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wln- gert of Wesley, was to be ordained in the Cathedral of Epiphany, Sioux City, on May 31. He would offer the first solemn high mass in St. Joseph's church In Wesley on June 2 with Rev. Linus Elsenbacher, master of ceremonies. CCC BIN SALE On Monday, May 29, 1967, the Kossuth ASC County Committee will open sealed bids on a limited number of steel or aluminum bins and quonsets offered for sale at the following sites: ALGONA, HOBARTON, BURT, LONE ROCK, LuVERNE AND HANNA Bids will be accepted at the county office until 2:00 p.m. on May 29, 1967. Anyone interested in purchasing bins or quonsets at any of these sites may call at the county office for further information. CURTIS P. HAAHR Office Manager Kossuth County ASCS Office, 1306 North Main St., Algona, Iowa j Professional Directory | INSURANCE DOCTORS ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines Of Insurance 295-3176 206 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance 7 N. Dodge 295-2735 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge 295-5443 Home — Automobile — Farm Polio Insurance HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto., House, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms. Phone 295-3733 Ted S. Herbst KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. Phone 295-3756. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y. RICHARD A. MOEN Representing FEDERATED INSURANCE Modern One-Stop Insurance Service Business — Home — Car — Life Phone 295-5955 P.O. Box 337 Algona, Iowa SUNDET INSURANCE AGENCY Harold C. Sundet and Larry C. Johnson 118 So. Dodge — Algona, la. Phone 295-2341 Chiropractor DR. M. R. BALDWIN Summer Office Hours Mon. - Tues. - Wed. • Fri. 8:30 - 5:00 Thurs. - Sat. — 8:30 - 12:00 'Friday Evenings — 6:30 - 8:30 Farm Mgmnt. . CARLSON Farm MANAGEMENT COMPANY UVi N. Dodge Ph. 395-369) MELVIN G. BOURNE, M.D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office Phone 295-2345 Residence Phone 295-2277 J. N. KENEFICK, M.D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office Phone 295-2353 Residence Phone 295-2614 JOHN M. SCHUTTER, M.D. Residence Phone 295-2335 DEAN F. KOOB, M.D. Physicians & Surgeons 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone 295-2408 Residence Phone 295-5917 DENTISTS DR. J. B. HARRIS, JR. Dentist At 622 E. State Phone 295-2334 DR. J. G. CLAPSADDLE Dentist At 112 N. Thorington Phone 295-2244 for Appointment OPTOMETRISTS DR. L. L. SNYDER 113 East State Algona Telephone 295-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. HAROLD W. ERICKSON Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses — Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Phone 295-2196 Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. DONALD J. KINGFIELD Optometrist Visual Analysis and Visual Training Contact Lenses 108 So. Harlan, Algona Phone 295-3743 MISCELLANEOUS •Si&SSSSSS:^^^ Credit Bureau of Kossuth County Cpllectrite Service Factbilt Reports

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