The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1961 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 2, 1961
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

"/ - A/o Afore Ghgmbw Of Commerce (Mitchell County Press) The city o,f Osqge is embarking on another "e^perifnent" which unquestionably will be watched with great interest by businessmen) in neighboring communities. Our town, for the first time in years, is operating without a Chamber of Commerce in anything but name. The unpleasant relationships caused by the switch from Saturday to Friday night openings constitute the major reason for the elimination qf activity on the, part of the Chamber of Commerce. Probably the most unfortunate aspect of this situation, and the one that will affect our community the most, is the suspension of activity by the retail trade committee of the Chamber. It is this organization which rallies the merchants together for promotions which bring people to our community. Sometimes these promotions are "strictly business," such as Dollar Days. Other times they mix business and pleasure, such as ridiculous Days. And on still other occasions they are community events. One of the difficulties behind any successful retail promotion in.our community has been the large number of merchants who have been cpntenf to let others do the work. With little or no expenditure of time or money, they have let those Who are "promotion conscious" carry the .ball. And these merchants who are willing to promote, not only their own businesses, but the entire, b.usmess community as well, are getting more than a little tired of it all. Yet Qsage is bound to suffer, we believe, lay the void thqf suspension pf retail trade committee activities has created. Osage's business cities and towns. Some businesses will not suffer beep use they are so promotion conscious and set big that they can promote effectively on their own. Others will not suffer because they never promoted in the first place. But there are numerous businesses which will suffer because they have lost the power they once possessed to promote cooperatively. It is to these businesses that The Press-News makes this suggestion: why not, as has been done in Mason City and other communities form a smaller retail promotion committee? Enlist the support of only those who will agree to "carry the ball". By doing so you will effectively fill the void that suspension of Chamber activities has caused. ' * * * CREATING "THE IMAGE" New that JFK has been in the Presidency well over ,a month, and the country is still here, there are signs that the creation of "the image" of Mr. Kennedy in the oublic mind is underway. We have noted, after the brief honeymoon of a few weeks, that our overwhelmingly republican press is now at work (1) emphasizing that if you didn't go to Harvard you aren't fit to hold a government position, and (2) the Kennedys are sort of "above the people" like wanting French chefs and stuff like that. Maybe you don't think much about this now, but the seeds of the idea are being planted in your innocent little skull, and the first thing you know "the image" has crystallized 'just, as the image makers wanted it to. , the finals, Other Altfbfla .Wrestlers Tn "the jjrieet weffelJVjtaikras, McGorJkll ,artd piBwbfth';: ffte Bulldogs woutid ub fifth 'in the stendWs. fort' i3c%e won the team "trophy, ' "• • " 7- i « • » "Colder Ami S ( now"'w,as the forecast Issued by" the weatherman for this a'rea.,"\The' news wasn't "greeted w'itjv niuch" en-' thxtsiasm, to say the least. How- • ever, during recent weeks'Kos- streak lot ' tfie Season to' 30 straight and moved into the state tftUmarttent field at Des Moines during the week. They gpt there by winning a "meet at' Cowrie,' \Vhfire' they downed"Rodman,'5814, Callender, 62-30, and Stratford, 52-43, and were to meet Stuart in the first round of the state. * * * . Eight Algona high schoo.l musicians, five instrumentalists and three vocalists, had b,een selected to perform with the all-state,high school orchestra, band and chorus a,t Des Moines March 15-18. From the band were Rosalie Swanson, Dot Kuchynlca, Dorothy 'King, Jeanne Gudcrian and Mirjam typrton, while singers were Barbara Pool, Burns Nugent and Mary aJne Neville. The latter is now Mary Jane Chinn, who has become farnous as a TV personality on KRNT-TV, D.'esl Moines. You Can Addcets djoijfleni to • 60X 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA Deat Da.ni I'm student teaching in a local pubjic high sphool and ra'problem with a few girls "mooning" at me in the classroom, cooperating teacher says this isn't an extraordinary procedure for Washington /C? t ... igh lights Capital by Ray Access depends not on Osage alone, but on the *°' ne *\ time / ou reqd some s| y &9 at an _....:./_ ' ' ...L:-L • ...L!-_I ,_ r ODDOintee who either went to Harvnrrl or wn«: outside area which is subje.ct to pressure from 'Chprles C\\y, Mason City, Cresco and Austin. These o.ther communities are continually promot- "ing and when Osage suddenly stops doing so, it seems likely that some of the business which 'ordinarily comes to our community because of our promotions will be siphoned off to the other Upper Ul E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Entered 33 second class matter at the postofllce at AJgona. Iowa, under Act of Conffren r>( Marph 3, 187S. .;•/:•?• Issued Thursday in 1961 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R- B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr. JACK PURCELL, Foreman appointee who either went to Harvard or was on the faculty there, ask yourself why that particular fact was emphasized, and little said about the far more numerous group from all other fountains of education also in government. Ask yourself "why?" the next time you read* about the President wearing a top hat, or eating a special dish at mealtime with a foreign name. Those little tidbits aren't just accidents — they are image makers — and YOU are the object of their affection. * * * 'IDEA'FOR THE GOVERNOR Fairmont Sentinel^— David Allen, Sentmei-j KNUJ tour guide, proughf back'"an JicfecT foV Governor Andersen to raise more "revenue for Minnesota. Down in Mexico, the government taxes books of matches—the kind we give away —30 centavos. When you buy the matches you pay 50 centavos, which is four cents in our money. Could this light an idea up in St. Paul? pro public NATIONAL EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION HATES IN KOSSUTH CO. One Yqnr. in advance -- "~"~ copc S SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH One Yeai. in advance . ____ . __________ _ S< DO Both Algona papers in combination, one year"".r$6.00 No subscription less than 6 mqmlis. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST From Your NK Dealer CIQVERLEAF HATCHERY Iowa may wonder where the yellow went, if Minnesota legislature passes the bill permitting sale of colored margarine. The tall corn state would be sure to lose that heavy traffic from Minnesota buying the cheap spread. * * * KIND WORDS FOR LOVELESS Cedar Rapids Gazette — Herschel Loveless's over-all contribution, we believe, was sparking a revival of the two-party system in Iowa. He did this not only by winning election against odds but by a deep and abiding faith in his own ability to.c|o a good job as governor He has done a good job and by doing so he has put —, the Republicans, who normally control the state, on their mettle. If they fail to deal with knotty state problems in the future there will no longer be the reluctance that once existed to turn to the olhor party. * * * A bright spot in the picture — employees of a furniture firm in Massachusetts agreed to continue a wage cut of 10 percent without fuss so that the company they work for can stay in business . . . and they can keep their jobs. TIME TO REFLECT—Through- billion. Here's how this is figured out the Nation last month we put. The national debt is now celebrated the birthday of Abe'. $288 billion. Another $370 billion Lincoln. In these troubled times \vill be required to pay off such it is comforting to know that in' obligations as the retirement of America, when the going is'military and civil service person- roughest, there is always at least riel, veterans' compensation and one to rise to the occasion. Lin- similar benefits. Current pro- coin was a man of the ages. His grams for highways, memory will live forever. As a works and measure of his greatness we can $100 billion, see all around us the things which show the popularity of this man. At the Lincoln Memorial om nas Jusl Deen lnu . oauc £nnnnn n n W ; ashlngton more than Congress to bring about »S? l me [ lCanSt laSt ' y . dar chan e es lon S over-due in llle walked up the long steps to view United States Supreme Court, the impi-r jS ive statue of the man For one thing, it would require who had no hatred in his heart, that all of. the nine justices have No other shrine in the world at- judicial background. Of the pre- tracts so many visitors. Trillions 5O nt nine only four had exper- of postage stamps have been ience as a judge The bill also nv^ e fin^n th v, hl 5 PiCt il re0 "^ em - P rovi des for better geographical Over 6000 books and periodicals. Distribution. It would clear the n written about him : ^ ay for the country to be divid- of statues and monu-Jjed into nine- parts with each, behave been built to his fc ng represented in the high court, memory around the world. We (certainly this is fair to everyone, like the story about the woman , We hope the bill is passed. who wrote asking for a sentiment '• and his autograph. He replied:' "Dear Madam. When you write to a stranger for something /. which is of interest only to yourself, always enclose a stamp. There's your sentiment Sheriff A- J; Cogley and Dwight Bender, member of the FBI from Des Mpines, gave talks during a meeting of trie .Townsend Club. here. The sheriff spoke on execution of warrants. 1 '* * •' • * There was very liiile action (price-wise) on the local market. Heavy butcher hogs topped at $7.15; veal calves and stock steers brought $10; no. 2 white corn, 54 cents; no. 3 white oats, 29 cents; no. 3 barley, 37 cents; no. 2 yellow soybeans, 79 cents; premium eggs, '15 cents; sweet cream, 32 cents; hens, 13 cents; and ducks, eight .cents. * * » , • „ --- — 0 .,_, , ,._ Three cily office-holders filed memory will live forever. As a works and subsidies will cost for re-election during the week in Algona. They were Leighton —o— Misbach, mayor, Harold Gilmore, . . A NOTEWORTHY IDEA —'A treasurer, and L. S.. Bohannon, man. At the Lincoln Memorial bill has just been introduced in councilman-at-large. Deadline for ?nnnn™ W , ashll ^ ton more than Congress to bring about some filing had been reached, March ™X\^\™™.^ ^ ar <*anges long over-due in the 5. . , • . Ii was possible to buy an II ounce package of corn flakes at one local grocery store for seven cents. Other bargains included fresh peas, 2 Ibs. for 19 cents; 5 Ib. pail of pure honey, 37 cents; 6 'oz. c,an of Tuna fish, 10 cents; 3 Ib; 'can of Spry, 47 cents; and 43, oz. .angle food cake, only. 19 ce,nts, and that was the 13-egg variety. . WINTER PRECAUTIONS Drivers should be careful not to follow snow plows and o.ther winter highway maintenance vehicles too closely. Accidents often result when plows are stopped by drifts or ice. Deaf My cooperating teacher says uua ian \. cm cAuauiumm-jr pruueaure tor high school girls but I don't enjoy it. I'm a veteran of four years military service and up until now hadn't realized,.that in the past eigh{ years girls.haye become so blunt, in spllc^tiig the teacher's good graces for a grade. I'm sure none of the girls iti. my Migii school class took paYt'in such'an activity. ; • Being 'that I'm older, more mature and more settled, I don't wish lo offend the girls or create an incident which would make them rebel ifo'ward academic work which I'm, attempting to present. Will you please offer some suggestion? —• G. M. J. Dear G. M. J.: I think the more you let this situation go unchecked, the w6rse it will become. Believe it or not, but there may be a couple of girls in your class who have "crushes" on you—some- thing'they'll get over in time. '•• • . However, in the case of 'these girls deliberately making eyes at you and embarrassing you, .that's something else again. It just may hold true that a group of them are in on this scheme and that the "mooning" is all part of a plan. Then again, each girl may be on her pwn. In either case, I think it's time you told the girJs you are the teacher and will grade according to ability and work completed. • I doubt if this will create an incident but it will shake up the girls enough so that they will realize you mean business. ' ~ ' * * * - : ,. Dear Dan: I'm writing to ask for some pointers lo Kelp me in a school debate. The resolution is that people of 18 should be served alcoholic beverages. I'm on the 'negative side and need your heln to win the debate.' . I'm sure you have some very good reasons why you think as you do and I would appreciate your help. — Mary Lou. _ Dear Mary Lou: I don't drink and never have, yet I can say I m not violently opposed to drinking in moderation by adults Per. sonally, I believe an individual should wait until he or she is 25 to start drinking and by that time won't want to start. In several years as a newspaperman and working with law en. forcement agencies, I've seen the harm been and liquor can to teenagers but have never yet seen the bright side. I doubt if 'there is one First of all, too many kids take their first drink because they don t want to be considered "chicken". Secondly, a girl who drinks is more apt 'to park and do 'things she otherwise wouldn't do If an employer knows his potential 18-year-old employee drinks, there s a good chance the individual won't be hired. In my particular business, I allow no 'drinking or smoking by employees because I am employed' by .you-teen-agers and if I preach against tobacco and liquor for young people, 1 should practice what I preach—myself and those working .for rrte. . '''•',' Drinking and speed, individually or a combination of both are a major cause of 'traffic accidents today among young people and while a boy may be able to stop his speeding car in time if his senses^are clear, the odds mount against him when he has alcohol in his system. Many parents won't allow their daughters to date a boy who drinks. ' Equally as important as anything, drinking is expensive. You cant.sit at <a bar all evening without spending at least several dollars Very few young drinkers can stand that expense and if they continue that nightly social life, they wind up in unnecessary debt. These are only a few factors why those of 18 shouldn't drink and I m^ sure you know many others yourself. Why don't you Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper here's your autograph. A coln." and Lin- BIG SHOW-OFF — The Russians don't mind spending billions to impress everyone with their space; shots. But some of their own people don't have enough food on the tuhle. And' i /Professional Directory FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES March 6, 1941 no hesitancy in sufigcsl- Hank Geilenfeld (he's the same ing to the Soviets that they could fellow wllo nllght be callcd k; impress a lot more popple by, of Algona bowlers), 145 Ib. Al- mercly paying their bills. In 19GO'-., nna hit?h .,„,,,,„, „,.„„„,„. ,,,,.„,„ To4 a s nnn'? .^'M -,", P AlP..245,000 to the United M total cost of $334.700.000 the school wrestler, threw ;• of Fort Dodge in the finals annex a State wrestling title TI .. , „. . ., n" himself at Clarion Saturday. u-h ™" a tiTriiSiJir 1 * 1 "^ 1 ", 1 n Bob Geiee1 ' heavyweight, came whopping $146.182.000. And they dose'to a title, also as he lost in make more noise ,n the UN than' 1 - fill th residents had enjoyed, for _ . the most part, pretty fine winter . „„,, ... '™ ' weather. Top mcmiry reading A GUY NAMED HAM - A lot during the past week was 39 do- ot folks arc probably wondering, grees March 1, while the low PURE MILK PRODUCED BY CONSOLIDATED AND KNOCK POOR HEALTH FOR A LOOP/ INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State , CY 4-452U ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-317C 200 E. State the diee.lul chimp' NOW ALL NOCULIZED Seed T. M. BE<». Plant two, thrw or all is r now from of tl,ese farm-proven for a specific job on farm. And now all four are NOCUL1ZKD •eert-already inoculated and ready to plant. 10-19 Stgnd Alfqlfq for Jong rotations. Hardy WiJt-reaistant. Re s i?ta tramping and grazing. ?\9 Brand Alfalfa for short and medium rotation* High yielding, winter-hardy. Economical. Du Pui», Alfalfa exceptionally high yielding. Extra. fasf ^recovery. lo n g w wwin %wa cutting. T«»a Varda Brand Alfallq ( O r gre«n oown. Impoves soil tilth a^d fertility, ng how Hum, who came buc-'< alive from a r.ui;-' ccssful spaa; J'liyht, t'.ot his name. Many feel it's because of llu; '.lump's hnmm.v ad whenever there is an audience around. \\'u don't pretend lo know the answer but suspect it has something lo do with the initial:-: of thi] Holloman Aero Medical laboratory in New Mexico. mark 27. was one below zero Feb. STRANGE LANGUAGE—Con, The annual "first robin" story was making its rounds here. A local man spotted the robin while walking from his home to his fiarugi 1 Sunday, lie immediately called his wife and children so they could witness liis discovery and while the family watched the *., v°bin, they heard another fami- r bird song — and on a nearby giess would like lo pass a |a.w. fcnce, they sftcUpd a mcadow'lark against some of those caltle MUC- — for what might be called a BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2733 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 1 N. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-414S Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. Slate St. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat 9:00 — 9:00 Friday I Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-34(1 DOCTORS' MEJLVTN G. BOURNE, M D, Physician. & Surgeon UH N. Moore It Office phone CY 4-2343 Resident phone C.\ 4-2277 1. N. KENEFICK, M. p. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident.phone CY 4-2614 tioneers who make a lot of noise double feature Wlt . u f. savin e anything sensible " * * OttQsen's girls ran their win plow. Main ClOVER IEAF HATCHiRY & FEED to the listener. But this is a littlp far afield even for Congress. Some Congressmen are complaining, however, that small cattlemen are suffering hecau.su of the way these auctions are conducted. One rancher wrote his Congressmen he got so confused at one auction that he found himself actually rai.sint; his own bid on some head of cattle. ALL AB,OUT THp \YE,ATH.Efl — Can men ever counteract severe snowstorms'.' The weather experts aren't, very v WttWi .Bim<. Ihey say that the u ww Involved in the winds ov,e.y thp world at any given time U C q«ai to about seven million atom bombs The storm thai hit r^w York City early this month, propped a.iout 40 million tons p.f snow If Hie snow coiild l,,.,ve ^c.n luelicd to lain by applying heal, it would l;iv .'' !"' T(| "' lent of 120 atom ., WATCH YOUR"POCKETBOOK - Worried about the mortgage ! J .J\ thy faniiyr b. HRfia ip |W? Con , sioer Uncle Sam's m6rtgage. It to au uUioaomical $750 BUMPS. , , . IIAI \\9 forget to 90 Auto and get a West«« KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000.000 worth n'f insurance in forco. CY 4-375U, Lola Scuffham- Sec'y HERBST INS. AQENCY For Auto, Hquse, Household "<>ods, and Many Other Form. Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbs! Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto '{with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. -2341 CAROL L. PLOTT, M.D. UO N. Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-48U4 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence HAROLD C, Representing State Farm Ins. Co. 70S So. Phillips St. Uona Phone CY JOHN M. SCHUTTEH. MJD. Physician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-4490 Resideni phone CY 4-2339 OPTOMETRISTS PR. L, L, SNYDE.H Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-27W Closed Saturday Afternoons DAI,E W, The Eciuitable Life Assurance Society Of The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 Andy Crawford All Types Pf Insurance Oifice Phoae CV PiNTISTS Prs. SAWYER S nd ERICKSON Eyes Examined Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 0 East State Street Ateona, Iowa Phone CYpresg f-?ipa Hpuifs: 9:QO a.m. tp 5:00 p.ni. Closed Saturday Afternoon| UK. C. M. O'CONNQfl Optometrist Visqa.1 Analysis & Visual Trainiag 108 South Harlan St ^^ (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY4-3 pf Penney AJgonq) Box 670 Mondays & Wednesdays •Ml ift* PH. £ARL R. ... Office in Home Fee Office phone ~" PR, J. B. HARRfsTjaT Pbo«i» CY 4-2334 , Polo Alto S Kotsuth CountiH

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free