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2-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, June 29, 1967 -es • c5 AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY The decision mode by !c-:o' f_-e- lo discontinue their c-riby'e-ce se - > : o void in community recess 'y * w c' ~ how be filled. Several other sec: : er,s c? ?- = cc.: made a decision !c gc '•-': o ~_- : c tion; at Bancroft ire reg.^o- •"-- = • ambulance serv-ce v/ ; ; cc-'!--? But in the irrr-.edic'e A'es-e a- next week, the^e wl'! be -; i.c- se f can be colled ir. a-. 5 —e-ge-cy. It con be wei< .."Cc'i'C'^c '-"• heroes make c 'c'ce ~.e = *— r~* onces and cux^s-v ec. n —e-' :•• to coll of a-'! hours. e--c — ~ke "-e - •• out asking o-.y' u . : ~:: r s~~-z ~e - -e liry of getting ce:d •":• •- = '• < = •• : sometimes they r-ove ••:*. "c~5.=- vice is surely i-eered. How o sol'jt'c" m'e-' :s ••'•z-r.ez c areo ccr,-,ct be "est'ved - c ; e~ appears 'ike'y the! sc~e ; c— c : ~. • county service wlii be r~ rbi?.".'s • of *ne tre"d 'C'^-ord a':scc-' " ^ 3": = service by fure^c! rcr-.es, •-•« : e: s c pcssed legislo'^- w "purchase, ie-ose, ea-'ip., —-'-•-- ~- c*e" c.-rbu'cr.ce jerv'ce, c- •; :t- "such vehic.'es, etc." Thus, svch 3 se-v;ce :;- 05 :; — - thro'-igr. ci;^es, 'c^^s C- :• .-c'e e- - e- Whatever ihe cr ; s.ve-. -r-e-e — .s- re once service cvci'cb'e -^ 3 C" = c3 c* CJfy CTiCI CC'J'^ C"'C:C : *.'-• r t'Z't thy. NO HARM, ANYWAY then the one ne ! c be^cre 'r.e rr-^r'r^ So it should be be-wee- "re; CS-.T Johnson and Premier KosyaTn. remaps nothing be"e ; 'cl = ' cc-. r&j.jlt, but it is most unlikely that cnyihlnc happened •which would >.' : :'en *re b'ecc'r be: ween the two most powerful rct'ors c-n ir.e earth today. One c=n else ponder just how 'iO-.g It would •toi-.e, if these t»,-o 'eoc'ers fo-jrd cererc! agreement, to er-id the co!c wc r 'or.d 'he hot wars *nc" r.cve ^cc.C;rr:pcni&ii. it, b>£iiw.£er ! th*" two nations. One con c'so suspect that most of The common, ordinary Russian pesp!e would be i-jst as happy ci O'jrst'.-es, if this did happen. soud be pu« down, 'he credit of President Johnson end the administration that we did net itcnd on c tense of false pride, but met the vis-ting R-jssi-3'. leader halfway. It was at least c 50-50 gesture on our part, and if Kotyair. left the U.S. with the same attitude toward us that he had on arriving, w e'd Weed be v*r r ,r;ied. Bv! don't expect him to s^o« ir ! SENATOR DODD CENSURED D^c^ -f Co- y Senator Thomci J. bfecorritt only Tr.e «./* lo hcwe his conduct Senate member T't the findlr.pt O* tr.e ET ; ' hod con.-eried TO SI 16.023 \r, ccr-p-; .; to hij own pt'so' a' iernol Revenije :'•.•; .. The Seroio- «•-/•. at the polls by r.r.r he did noi have bef To be centered eaiy; it it the //o-ia't pretty touchy obo,-! The mere foe! thai <:<; ever, indicate-, there it senatorial body — a that Drew Pearton ti I fective and accurate i and funding. Correct this sentence "Wr : hod «n ir ment over where to spend O'jr vrjcaii'jr the family will go v/here father decide-.." Time, itself, is not so scarce; the problem is the proper and intelligent use of it. I TRAVELING SALESMAN, GOODBYE! Shelbyville (Ky.) News — lock orcund Main S"eeT Test spy day and chances are you'll jee c sc!esrr.an cr two or three. Salesmen who cc<' :-• Ic-cc! b-jsinessmen, and hove been for .'•'cst ere we!! dressed end carry the! brief- ccse cf wc'es c- l ; teroture that gives them c'^c>. They ere v.-e!ccrre. cr sometimes net •-: ...e'er—e, : - Iccc! stores. But look at them : :je y becejss they rr-cy be a vanishing V.'c-c cut c' the bcardrcoms, where such 3 = :'s'O'.s s~e - ee. it thet the sc-coiied "trovel- -g sc ; rs~ = n : s becc-nirg too expensive. Too e.ire-s : ve, at 'east, to cell en "small cc- be:-' bv h' b : g c:-cc-c'ier,s. like oil of us, are costs. Moves ere now beir.a — r-e - c '• ~! 3e 'i-g cos's and the "avercae :-~ ( 5:~;r" 's ir line for the axe. Ac'v'ce is 'c keep only the "top" salesmen c-- tc-:e"rc'e them, en the 'large accounts." A'-rcdy th's paper has seen signs of this c-: ;: ry. So!esrr.en have started to osk how r~.c" c" th's c- that we buy a year in dollar •e-r-s. Severe! have confided that they are •-•-de- cre's's to classify the customers they C :•= - -: ed i'ke this, let's say. A customer - - •• re SiO.CCO worth cf product X per year ~-i' be seen sc many times a year. One e./'-e SS.CCC can only be seen four times - ye = r. Ore buying $1,000 or less can not be see-, ei el!. S ; ^.:5 rrcs- local business houses are "small cccc-jr-ts," we may be cut from the stops of t'-e treve'irg salesmen. Are we to be for- cstten e-d -.eelected? Not completely. :'~ ccvice rrom the boardrooms is more asver'V-e and promotion. Instead of the hardware merchant buying Brand X ham- me-s because cf the pleas and efforts of a trcve !: -e salesman, advertising will sell B-ond X. The merchant's customers will want Brand X a-d he will want Brand X in his store. So he'll shone a wholesaler and order a bunch of Bra-d X hammers. The role and the expense of the salesman will be eliminated. S'ranger things have happened, so maybe the cay of the "drummer," the "agent," the "traveling salesman," and the "sales engineer" is coming to an end. ARE KOOKS KOOKIER? Lyon Counry Reporter - It is probably partially spring fever, but some leaders of the students at our top schools are acting like "nuts." One of these leaders recently has announced parts of his program — "booze readily available to the students and contraceptives to be handed out by student health authorities." We doubt whether he is really as "far out" as he lets on— if he got what he says he wants, he'd probably be more shocked than anyone else. V/e're sure that 99 percent of his followers are strictly talking through their hats. V/e'd like to see a school run the way these youngsters suggest. Why not let them take over one of our universities— make it clear to everyone that booze will be handy and that the kidi can live as they please, with whom rhey please and there'll be no rules. Folks in the^jiate can be informed that the "new day" is there for their children, so if they go there they know just v/hat kind of a place it would be. Then maybe tighten up the rules at the other two universities. Moke it clear the faculty end administration runs the school, and will enforce the rules both in and out of class. Just for good measure let's take the screwball professors who seem to pop up in all of cur schools occasionally, and put them all on the one faculty. They can have parades, sit- dowr.s burn draft cards, live any kind of p life they wont. V/e're sure that it would only take a few rr.cnthv to tell the story. The long-haired, •-nort-brained way-out folks would probably turn and run before anyone else. O? coyr-.e they won't turn any school over lo the- "kooki" -. but v/ 6 do wish the students "C'j.d appear just a little more mature at time-.. Thty are acting just as bad as students did half a century ago-but now they're d to be ;o much smarter. Hone-.!/ ..hould compel u-. to admit that o dor, T alwoyi get what we deserve. HI E. Cull Street _ Ph. 295-3535 - Algona. Iowa /ip C'wlt- 50511 ESTABLISHED 1865 NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER ' ' KOSSUTH COUNTY (,J CITY OF ALGONA I X 1 I • • Wl ^fcwWI^M — ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL ISSUED TUEDAY * THURSDAY ft NORTH IOWA SHOPPEH THURSDAYS- Newspapers entered as Second Class Matter at the post office in Algona, It EDITORIAL H. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher Don Smith, Managing Editor ADVERTISING Denny Waller Uus(j Ku , ](;y Jack Purcell, Foreman SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Kossuth County and adjoining areas To all other addresses in United States or Foreign l'*' W Pt ' r year . . $7.00 per year (No subscriptions less than six months) INDEPENDENCE DAY JULY 4 THAT ALL MEN. from HISJORY'S SCRAPBOOK DATES AND EVENTS FROM YESTERYEARS June 30. 1946 was (he date of Ihe "Bikini Bomb 1\>s! " Isaac Newton became the first Commissioner of Agriculture. July 1, 1862. The American Red Cross was incorporated. July 2,1881. President Garfield was shot. July 2. 1881. Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan were lost at sea. July 2. 1937. Idaho was admitted io the fnion. Julv 3, 1890. U. S. trooos entered Berlin, July 3. 1945. " July 4 is Independence Day. George M. Cohan was born on this date in 1878. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died July 4, 1826, James Monroe died, July 4, 1831. In Paris, on July 5, 1884, American Minister Levi P. Morion accepted the Statue of Liberty from Count de Lesseps. Louis Pasteur inoculated"the first human against rabies, Julv 6, 188o. 10YEHES AGO IN TUB FROM THE FILES OF THE UPPER DES MOINES June 27, 1957 The rains came to Kossuth county again during the week with some areas getting from 2.11 to 2.61 inches during a four day period. According to the latest available information, crops in this area were headed for a banner year, barring hail or an extended dry spell. High temperature reading for the week was a 90 degree mark while the low was 53. - o - A Kossuth county family, that of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. McCarthy, who farmed 240 acres at the south edge of St. Benedict, had just been issued the largest family insured major medical expense policy in the United States. There were 15 children in the family, and all 17 members of the family were insured with an insurance company represented by Gene Hood of Algona. A photo of the family, taken by the company, was featured on the front page of this edition. Mr. McCarthy, in addition to operating his own 240 acre farm and raising 15 children, had his own airport and flew a Piper Pacer plane. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glawe and Mr. and Mrs. Erling From, Wesley, observed their 22nd wedding anniversaries with a dinner party in the Glawe home. Both couples were married June 12, 1935, Glawes in the Wesley Methodist church and the Floras in the Ames Congregational church. - o - Marvin Haack, Titonka, was five years old June 17 and sixteen of his little friends helped him to celebrate. In the evening, his grandmother, Mrs. Katie Rode, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Callies and Sue and Verla Brandt called. - o - David Cowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. K.S. Cowan, Algona, was at Lake Okoboji attending a two week session at Camp Foster. - o - Paul Engen of Wesley had been employed by the Ringsted Cooperative Creamery as butter- maker. Mr. Engen was employed by Mr. Kiilsholm of Wesley in 1928 and was instrumental in building the creamery into one of the leaders of this territory, - o - The following girls from Ledyard went to Medicine Lake, Minn, to spend the week at Red Rock Bible Carnp - Betty, Judy and Nancy Herzog, Ami Carpenter, Joatm Wentworth, Gretchen Looft, Karen Darnell, Donna and Alice Ingebritson. - o - The building next to the Smoke Shop in Algona, known familiarly as theSetchell building, and which was the original location for Diamond's in Algona, was recently purchased by I.E. Diamond, Ft. Dodge, father of Phil Diamond. The frame structure was being torn down and a new brick building, 22 x 100 ft. was to be erected on the site. Mr.Diamond said the new building front would match the present Smoke Shop in design, and the interior layout would be similar. - o - The Hantelman Building Crew had a supper in the Martin Hantelman home at Fenton in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Art Hengel who planned to leave Fenton. Wm. Hantelman showed colored slides of general interest and of various buildings during construction. Present besides the honorees were Beverly Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Monte matt, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Scribner, 'Jr., John Haack, BUI Bruhn, the Wm. Hantelman family and Darwin Koepke of Burt. - o - Four boys from the Seneca area were attending junior Bible Camp at Ingham Lake for a week. Engjoying the outing were Craig Loge, Jerry Geilenfeld, Vernon Wilberg and Roger Cherland. - o - About one hundred Portland folks enjoyed a picnic dinner at the W.E. Grover farm. Mr. and Mrs. Watson of Britt, their son, wife and two daughters of Hutchins, old time Portland residents, also attended. - o - Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Marcia, Mrs. Clem Stripling and Mrs. Charles Hinz, LuVerne, visited Mrs. Elmer Emery in a Ft. Dodge hospital. Mrs. Emery had undergone major surgery. - o - Three prospective doctors from this area, Robert G. Christensen, Algona; Patrick E.Garry, Bancroft; and Herbert B. Tjaden, Titonka, were spending four weeks of the summer in pre- ceptorships with general physicians around the state. The underlying idea for the plan was for the medical students to study a practicing physician's techniques. The value of jade iound in the U.S. is about 15 times that of diamonds found here. FROM THE FILES OF THE UPPER DES MOINES July 3, 1947 The Band Mothers of LuVerne bought 50 new suits for the Lu Verne band. The suits were all wool, of navy blue serge, with gold braid and buttons. - o - Evelyn F. James, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Paul James, Algona, was cut and bruised near her home on East McGregor when she ran from behind a truck and into the side of a car. Her injuries, fortunately, were not considered as serious. - o - A "Name Band" was scheduled to play for a dance at the Algona Country Club. Lee Williams and his 14-piece broadcasting band, according to Jim Murtagh, dance chairman, was the biggest and best dance band of the season. The band had recently played at The Prom in St. Paul, and the Aragon and Trianon in Chicago. - o - A large crowd attended the Frankl-Bormann wedding dance at the Uvermore hall on the evening of July 1. After an extended western wedding trip the young couple would be at home on a Bormann farm in Irvington township. - o - The per person cost of the Kossuth sheriffs office was one of the lowest in Iowa, according to figures released by the Iowa Taxpayers Assoc. ofDesMoines. But the per person cost of the county board of supervisors was among the state's highest. The per person cost of the county sheriffs office in 1945 was 22 cents, and per person cost of the county supervisors was 53 cents. One reason that the per person cost of the supervisors was higher was because the board consisted of five members, while most counties of smaller size had only three members. .. . - o - Russell Barber, James Farrell, Stanley Hogan and Eugene Thill, all of Whittemore, had the thrill of their lives when a daily paper for which the boys were carriers took them to Chicago for a four days tour of the city. The class of 1942 of Algona High held a "stag" reunion at George's Cafe with a plank steak dinner being served. Attending were Merril Bacon, Kenneth Bakken, Max Bartholomew, Marvin Calhoun, Richard Ditsworth, Firman Laing, Blane Phillips, Nick Maharas, Charles McVay, Edward Skilling, Mitch Taylor, and Maynard Guderian. What does a cyclone sound like? P. L. Person, who was in bed when the Sunday night storm hit his place in Burt township, said it "sounded like a swarm of bees". Before he could arise the cyclone had struck and passed. Large boards from the barn were driven into the side of the farm home, but fortunately no one was injured. At the Ed Hoppe farm, a new Plymouth car was ruined when the storm struck. - o - A garage was being erected at the Ledyard school to house the three school buses owned by the district. The lumber for the building was obtained from For And About Teenagers) He HE WONJ'T TAKE ME" BACK:,., THE WEEK'S LETTER: "I have a problem. I went out on my beau the other night. We're ing together" and just date. This should mean that you are not going steady and that you have not going together.. We just date, not reached any agreement A few nights ago, he went out.about either of you dating other with some guys, so my girlfriend persons. If such is the case, he and I went riding around withfis not right, but wrong, some guys I know. That night I On the other hand, if you had had a very guilty conscience and I decided I would tell him the next morning when he called. Before I could tell him, some of his friends did and, well, he got mad and wouldn't listen to me. Now, he says he won't take me back because I would just do it over again. 1 wouldn't because now I know he cares and I love him. Do you think he is right? OUR REPLY: You say at the beginning that you are not "go- no mutual agreement relative to having other dates, why should you have a guilty conscience? If the boy likes" you enough, he'll not stay angry with you for long. Then, it appears, you should talk things over and be sure that you understand just what you expect of one another. H you hov« a l«*ngg« problem you wen! to diicuit, or on obtcrvolion lo mok«, oddrcu you l.ll.r lo fO« AND AtOUI TEENAGE*!. COMMUNITY AND SUBURBAN PRESS SERVICE. FRANKFORT, KY. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS DOWN 19. Bronx I. Claw 1. Knot lace cheer 6. Appoint- 2. Skilled 21. Spigot ments com- 22. Con- LAST WEEKS ANSWER — Ml ' w J M ft M5S .|E T P |' M 5 T w pH H ' flti J-BP Bjff OS 1 li n 11. Make pctltors June- Pm& L k y!HA f«= Ikl amends 3. Learning 1 tlon Infiili iBMMi 1 \i\mfl tor 12. Zola 13. Cast 14. Tight 15. French article 16. Became aware of ] 17. Earth, aj a goddess 1 18. Upright 20. Allure 1 22. Ohio 1 college town 25. Inclines 26. Type of architecture 28. Snake 29. One who toils Slowly 31. Biblical river of Damascus 32. Pronoun 33. Proclaimed loudly 36. Ma's companion 37. Anxious 38. Members of House of Lords 41. Near: poet. 42. Escape 43. Mournfully 44. Conclie 4. Single 23. Bitter unit endcra 5. Not old 24. Mea- 6. Discovery sure 7. Catkin of 3. Cans land 3. Otherwise 27. Harcrt 0. Plant room ovule 30. Youth 6. Part of 31. Of ar< amin. 33. Name 7. Festive sakes 8. Sea Miss I eagle 34. T 1 M li & II ;i te~ M i5 3/ |5 '//< M 3 ''//, 11 '//< Ji •1 ''//< IB % >i S ''//, 19 2V ''//, y // f ''//, to ''//, iO ^ ^ ///. kjcMHIEJIIEkMl M U M A |FFM SE fcrT£ s l 6l r T il • llMo MEBoW^sp i 35. Matured, as cheese 36. Edible a fruit 38. Fondle of 39. Time Jllle before Dmer 40. Observe e> it lA th ///. IB •ft. 'A 7 '<//, '11 <#, W & y //, z£ ''//. v, 9 % n 31 1(5 ^. >i ^ •10 the prison camp site at Algona. The garage would also include a shop for manual training as the former shop had been turned into a sixth grade room. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod, Fenton, entertained in honor of their daughter Anna Rae's 15th birthday. House guests were Rosemary Cornelius, Delores Mansager, Ruth Fauerby and Jacqueline Ehrhardt. The girls enjoyed dinner, swimming and the movies, followed by a slumber party. - o - A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach of Lotts Creek to help them celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, ST., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Jr., and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Stevens, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and Gail of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zumach. Playing a whirl-wind game of ball, Algona's Junior Legion baseball team snowed under Creston at the "Hawkeye Holidays" tournament being played at Des Moines. The final score was 10-0. Keith Stott of Titonka pitched the local boys to victory in their first match of the tourney. CATFISH Frank Benesh of Brooklyn caught a 27-inch catfish recently in a farm pond near Brooklyn. The fish weighed 7 pounds. Right or left shoe! It made no difference prior to the Civil War what shoe you picked to put on your foot. Each shoe was made from the same last. The Early Cobbler's shop featured at tUe Harold Warp Pioneer Village in south central Nebraska features the machines, tools and lasts of the 1840 era. Professional Directory INSURANCE DOCTORS ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines Of Insurance 295-3170 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. SUNDET INSURANCE AGENCY Harold C. Sundet and Larry C. Johnson 118 So. Dodge — Algona, la. Phone 295-2341 Printing UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. Ill East Call — Algona Phone 295-3535 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. 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, Algeria 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 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 PM Closed Saturday Aftern 0ons ' DR. DONALD J. KINGFIELD Optometrist Visual Analysis and Visual Training Contact Lenses 108 So. Harlan, Algona Phone 295-3743 CARLSON Farm MANAGEMENT COMPANY 121/2 N. Dodge Ph. 395-2891 MISCELLANEOUS Credit Bureau of Kossuth County Collectrite Service

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