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8-Algona (la.) Upper DM Moines thuriday, Sept. 7, 1967 New Insurance Building First, it was down with the old - now it's up with the new for the Kossuth Mutual Insurance Association, which will move from its present quarters on North Dodge street to a new building on East State street after the latter is constructed. Construction of the new building (a drawing of the structure is shown here) is expected to begin sometime in September. It will be a one-story building and the Cowan Corp. of Algona is general contractor. Completion is expected next spring or summer. The side of the building shown in the drawing will face south and the main entrance will be on the east. Inside, patrons and visitors alike will find a board meeting room, vestibule, reception lounge, manager's office, claims office, work room, bookkeeping department, rest rooms, coffee bar, adjuster's desk and storage areas. The organization plans to sell its present office building. don smith THERE are many persons in this area who take great pride (and rightly so) in their ability to produce tremendous fruits and vegetables in backyard gardens. One that comes to mind is Glenn Jones who lives on South Jones street here. Now, Glenn has tomatoes this summer that are reportedly among the finest ever seen. He was very proud of one, which was huge, and he took it over to show it to a neighbor. A couple of days later, Glenn's visit to his garden produced quite a surprise - a large onion was growing on one of his tomato plants (tied there, of course)! Wonder how It got on that plant. So does Glenn. THE Fugitive, Richard Kimble, was finally exonerated of all blame in the death of his wife after the lengthiest run from the law in TV history. Personally, we figured the one-armed man didn't do it. Had a feeling the one-time war hero back in the home town was the culprit, but we were proven wrong. Ralph Lindhorst doesn't need to look to me for help when it comes to solving a crime. Pm afraid Pd flunk the test. You know, one guess from a TV source as to the real criminal in The Fugitive was Kimble himself. The final scene in that case would have shown him taking off his shirt to go for a swim and he was supposed to have been standing there minus one arm! At least I didn't miss that far I AN auto seat belt is only uncomfortable if you're sitting ON it! ashes," said the young wife. "Oh, I'm sorry. How long has he been dead?" "He's not. Just too lazy to find an ash tray." SPEAKING of ashes - did most of you agree with the final outcome of the shooting of George Lincoln Rockwell? We're not for assassination, even of someone of his caliber, but the thwarted attempt to bury him in a National Cemetery met with approval practically everywhere. He never would have made it as Hitler anyway - no mustache. WE'D like to tip the Periscope hat to a local fellow who has really been getting plaudits recently from the Iowa Business and Industry magazine. Bert Harmes, owner and operator of Metronics, Inc., was feted by the magazine last week as the Man of the Month - just a few weeks after Business and Industry had saluted his firm with a big layout and story in another issue. Con- grats, Bertl - ?- SHUCKS! Lady Godiva wasn't nude after all when she took that well-known ride more than 900 years ago. Her ride on horse back through the streets of Coventry, England (supposedly in protest against taxes or something) was apparently taken in beggar's garb. Now, the person who made this discovery also said that if she was clothed, the world also owes an apology to the original Peeping Tom - a tailor in Coventry who was supposedly the only citizen to get a look at Lady Godiva. As far as we're concerned, it's a little late to change the report on the ride- and certainly too late to apologize to Tom I EUROPE makes about 80 percent of the world's wine - and must drink a good percentage of it, too, from what we read. A mistake was made when Charles 0. Finley was allowed to purchase the Kansas City baseball franchise some years ago. He's done all in his power to convince everyone of the fact - including his most recent acts. His firing of Manager AlvinDark (after he put Dark in all kinds of predicaments) and release of Ken Harrelson, first baseman, who had been critical of him (Finley) was preceded a few years ago by his choice of a softball suit and this year the choice of white shoes for his players. He has always made a travesty of the favorite American sport and should have stayed out 1 WHEN a man gets too old to set a bad example, he starts giving good advice I Notes Of Servicemen SEVERAL times each year, it is necessary to report the death of a real good friend. We considered Mrs. Lawrence (Ida) Winkel, Algona, just that and we've never known a more kind person anywhere. She was always active in many affairs, church and otherwise, until ill health made it impossible for a rigorous schedule. She was always a favorite with us - and the writer would like at this time to offer sincere sympathy to the members of her family, Lawrence, her sons and daughters. She will be missed by many. ANOTHER death which shocked us during the same week was that of Bruce Smith, one of the greatest football players of all times and winner of the Heisman Award in 1941 after a wonderful season at the University of Minnesota. We got a chance to see Smith play a couple of times for the Gophers- and they don't make them any better. He was a native of Faribault and his death occurred at his home in Alexandria, Minn, following a lengthy battle with cancer. He was only 47. - o - THE salesman, after gaining entrance to the prospect's home, put on his personality act. "My, what a lovely home you have," he gushed. "And pray tell me, what is in that beautiful vase on the mantel 1" "My husband's SHOES ARRIVING DAILY BACK TO SCHOOL- CASUAL AND DRESS PERSONALS MR. AND MRS. Leo Thilges attended funeral services last week at Maquoketa for Mrs. Dominic Etringer, 56, who died following surgery. She was an aunt of Mrs. Thilges. MRS. CELESTINE Eisenbarth has been visited by her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt and Kathy, Santa Fe, Calif. MRS. JAMES ELMORE has returned from a visit in Arkansas and Missouri at various places and with relatives. MR. AXD MRS. Gordon Kuhn and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein and Rick spent last Sunday at Ankeny with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhn. The men attended the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines. MRS. HEN'RY IRMITER, Armstrong, sister of Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Sr., Mrs. Clinton Muller and Mrs. Louis Kollasch of Whittemore had surgery at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. TEL) FUCHSEN has been at Ft. Dodge and had surgery at Mercy hospital. MRS. FANNIE LEE has been at Elgin, 111. visiting her sister, Mrs. Bertha Barringer, and other relatives. Aug. 17 she left from Perry for Santee, Calif, to see her nephew, Michael Johnson and his mother, Mrs. Ed Abbas and family. Michael has had a year of college but is expecting to be called in service in a short time. Mrs. Lee was taken to Perry by her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, and was also met by them Sept. 2. NANCY, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore, left Sept. 5 for Des Moines to enter A. I. B. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Waller and Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfield spent the Labor Day weekend at the R. B. Waller cottage at Crosslake, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Luke Linnan returned last week from their August vacation at the Linnan cottage near Hayward, Wise. MRS. F. A. BUNTING and Mrs. Bea Baldwin spent several days this week visiting friends and relatives in the New Ulm, Minn, area. ME. AND MRS. Jack Purcell and family spent a five-day vacation last weekend in the Chicago area visiting various points of interest. MRS. BERTHA DETTMAN has been visited by her grandson, Phillip Wilson, and a boy friend from San Pablo, Calif. From here they went to Arkansas to visit relatives of the friend. SUSAN RENTZ, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz, and Julie Thompson of Shakopee, Minn., recently went to Punta Gorda, Fla. to visit Julie's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Thompson. Susan visited her grandparents, Mr. andMrs.Estel Rentz at Crystal River, Fla. They drove down in Julie's car and she is remaining at Largo where she will be employed. Her parents live at Burt, but she has been employed at Shakopee. Susan flew back from Tampa to Minneapolis where she was met by her parents. She will enter Drake University, Des Moines, in a short time and will take an art course. MRS. C. N. ROBINSON and Mildred spent the Labor Day weekend at Spring Valley, Minn, with the former's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller. WEST POINT, N. Y. - U.S. Army Specialist Four, David E. Wildin, has been granted a 90 day early seperation from active Army service, This has been granted him that he might attend the fall semester of college at Mason City. Specialist Wildin, presently on a temporary duty assignment at the U.S. Military Academy, will return to Fort Bragg, North Carolina where he will be separated from the Army. -o GREAT LAKES, ILL. - Seaman Recruit Fredric M. Rasmussen, USN, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Edgar Rasmussen of Rural Route 1, Wesley, was graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, HI. His training was highlighted by participating in mid-America's "Salute to the Flag" ceremonies held at Soldier Field in Chicago. He was one of the more than 10,000 Navymen who formed a human "Living Flag" in honor of all men and women who are, or have been, in the U.S. Armed Forces. READ THE WANT ADS MR. AND MRS. August Schmidt went to Omaha last Wednesday and Mr. Schmidt attended a mechanics school. MR. AND MRS. Ed Moore, Altoona, were guests last Tues* day of Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt. Mr. Moore isabrother of the late Otis Moore. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Del* bert Moore, nephew of Mr. Moore, and with his sister, Mrs. Mary Ramus. RUSS WALLER and son Jack spent two days in the Twin Cities, over the weekend, taking in a Twins game and viewing the Minnesota State Fair. REUNION Nearly 200 members of the Cornelius clan gathered at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cornelius, Bellevue, for a 100-year celebration of the family first settling in America, There we re persons present from twelve states and three Canadian provinces. The reunion was dedicated to Conrad Cornelius, Sr. originally of Unterellen, Eisenach in east central Germany and head of the clan. LEHMANN'S DAIRY AT 110 EXTRA COST FROM LEHMANN'S DAIRY THE MOST NUTRITIOUS MILK PRODUCT EVER PRODUCED! GRADE A multi-vitamin SUPER 2+C 25% MORE PROTEIN than in Regular Milk! t T'S MUSCLE! MILK! P 98% FAT FREE IMPORTANT REASONS Ai much CALCIUM (2.8 gms.) as Is derived from 7 loaves of Cracked Wheat Bread. A* much PROTEIN (88 gms.) as Is derlvod from 15 large eggs. Ai much VITAMIN C (240 mg.) as Is derived from 8 good-sized oranges. Al much VITAMIN A (8000 USP UnlU) as U derived from six K ">• peaches. As much VITAMIN Bi (2 mg.) as Is derived from 5 cups of cooked green peas. 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