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, '2-Alfloria Advice On "How To Stay Young" Thfe tin of stbying young depends upon beaten men. 3ee new places, read new books 'Staying youthful on the Inside, in mlrtd, heart try new hobbies. Increase the depth of your life spirit, In defiance of wrinkles and cjrey hdlrs •&n'the .outside. Staylrtg young is an inside matter. Your 'body grows old, but your body is not you. "We Stay young by remaining flexible, adapta ble dh'd open-mirided. bo not permit your merita arteries t6 harden. Stay yourtg by taking inspiration from the :db hdt, count a mdn't'years," wrote Emerson, young in spirit who remained creatively active all their livess Goethe completing Faust at 80 Titian painting masterpieces at 98; Handel conducting Elijah at 75) Justice Holmes writing 'Urttil he has riothiHg else to coulit." Stay'young by continuing to grow. You do not : grow old, you-become old by not growing. . . . Stay young'by hanging on to your dreams. Supreme Court decisions at 90; Edison busy,in his A philosopher Writes: "There is not much to do laboratory at 84; Benjamin Franklin helping to 'but bOrysa man when the last of his dreams are frame the American Constitution at 80. cTeadi" Stay young by keeping constructively busy. Stay •ybUng by maintaining a cheerful at- Set yourself new goals for achievement. Stay young by tackling new projects. The man who planted a tree at 90 was a man of vision. Start ideas and plans rolling that, will go on long after you are gone. Stay young by doing good. Work for .worthy ;ti»ude. Keep this verse from Proverbs in mind: "A merry heart doeth good like medicine, but a broken spirit drieth up the bones." Stay young by keeping your mirid alive and alert. Scientists have found fhat the ability :to 'think ddes not decline With advancing age; the Only difference may be a slight decrease in the speeH of thirikirig. causes in your'city, state, nation and world. Stay young by keeping your heart young. "If it can be done," wrote the poet, Carl Sand- Stay young by forcing your mjnd out of burg, "it is not a bad practice for a man of many old ruts. Remember that beaten paths are for years to die with a boy's heart." '-.-'* * . * . . ,. '* "* * * * HbW MUCH WILL THE frUBUC STAND IN NEW TAXES? new construction, expansion of present industry, an'd progress in general? •Like ghouls, local assessing tax .units in While redppbrtiohment -and all of its "oc- l°vva can hardly wait until new construction is "casiondlly silly side suggestions rnay hold the completed, new fixtures installed, until progress .legislative news spotlight, what is far more -serious is the matter of new ways that are being considered to squeeze taxes out of lowans. If efforts succeed to'reduce rliral school and expenditure in capital improvement is made, so that they can rush but ahd slap..new. and increased taxes on the project. That is what is throwing up a road block to progress in Iowa, 'taxes, the same sUm of money will have to come as much as an y fhin g else - Taxes'do not have to. continually .increase. have obsolete units of government that could from other sources, and that probably will mean urban or city real estate. In all the hubbub there b one r thing'that nobody has suggested at all — be completely eliminated and nobody would 'that'tax spending be reduced. It is all a struggle miss them. We have small potato burea'ucrdts to'see which group can get part of the tax load wric. are continually adding to their forces and 'ihifted 'off ionto somebisdy else, or add to the creating work that isn't necessary to justify the 1 load. ' We have read a great deal in the past few ;years about'efforts made in Iowa to attract new added payroll. We have pressure groups working for this and that project, and seemingly fcblivious to the fact that if they succeed they industry. We are all aware that our farm pop- have simply burdened 'everyone with more taxes. Unti.l such time as the people get thoroughly sick and tired of these "waste makers" in public uldtion has been shrinking, and we realize that only by replacement With new industrial jobs can we hope to keep Iowa abreast of the times, economically and numerically. We are losing one .life we, Will get no relief;, but t there must come d ~ t in the U. S. Congress because we-Have not .day when people, .can staricjrio'jrnof.e^.cjIFi^l.J^nSrj 'the'axe does fall it will be one of the'best'things that ever happened to''the State of low'a. THESE" WOMEN! By d'AleSlto "I felt sorry for them, boss. Their espresso joint burnt down, so I invited them to our coffee break todayl" washin&ton >} _ Tin _ -)r _ . jtf Weekly Report jrom the Nation'* Capital by Ray INFORMATION PLEASE — A it urged grownups as well as stu- lot of Congi essmen we know 'dents to pay more careful attcn- A'on't be nearly so busy if a bill tion to their Handwriting in order iow before the Senate is passed, to avoid such incidents as that It would create a Know Your which happened to the mayor 01 jovernment Service to pass out Atlanta. ••'•.„. •• ; --------- nJormation to students, teachers and anybody else seeking ans- THE • — 6— ' DOOR 'KNOCKERS — Esih<srvllie anil Ledyard w6n the class A and class B Boys bas- ketb'dll tournament at Swea City Saturday night. Estherville took the A title-With s S6-2s ctedston over Algona and Ledyard edged Swea City, 31-28, for. the B crown. The winftters won the right to enter district competition this Week. . * » * Authorities here were looking for a hit-and-run driver who struck and killed Arthur Moore at the. intersection of Lucas and Jones streets here. Funeral ser- yides for Mr Moore, who had no relatives in this area, were held Monday afternoon. He was killed and dragged about 25 feet by an unknown driver arid vehicle. Mr Moore was 75. «• . TO • The annual meeting of the Farmers Elevator was held at Fen ton and all officers Were reelected. They Were 'E, J. Frank, president, H. H,,preyer, vice president, A. H., Meyers, secretary and treasurer, C. .B 1 . Kdrn and H. H. Dreyer, directors, and E. C. Weisbrod and Everett Dreyer on the checking committee. • •> * • C. H. Osiwinkle, Algona justice of the peace, seemed to be earning the title of the "marrying justice". A week or so earlier, Justite Ostwinkle officiated at a'wedding >and a'halMiour after the ceremony the hagpy couple were involved in an auto crash and Spent the first night of their honeymoon '.in- an Algona hdspita'l. Several other couples had been married by Ostwinkle since then and it was apparertt Charlie was probably enjoying it more than he did working as a delinquent tax collector, a post which he held until recently. * * * Directors for schools in Irvington township .Were named; They were Herman Wise, Nick Kihsch, Glen Zwiefel, Mr Hurlbuft, Clem Cunningham and A. M. Lenikee. Legal Notices UTILITIES In Feb. l«, I9S1. at 7 -30 o.ctock P.M. Present Were: Allen Buchanan. Mel; vln Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt., and Ira K6M. Secretary. Absent Was: <J. B. flarn**. . ™ u ThT minute* of the wetting « Feb. 1, 1961, -were tead And appfovedi 'Motion by Buchanan, »e«md«i by Bay. that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as « udlleid j feoll call, voting "Aye", Buchanan and Bay. Voting "Nay", none. Motion car- r ' Cd- LIGHT rtWD ----Co. Wilbur terufleV,. IMtor .*«.-. — 135.SO •iHarfey- PegfoW. labor ;s ------ „ 110.22 .•fames Drone, labor ...--..-„ 115.00 Iowa State Bank, wltholding tax ________ ".—*— --——.-.. 358.90 SOP, Sec. Fund, soc, sec. tax ... 233.43 Merrill Feed Supply, mdse. .. 100.00 Robinson Const. Co., an don- tract ..... — -•> ---- -• ---------- 782.69 Kossuth Co. Treas., taxes ----- coo.43 Clem Erlander, serv. — '„,-_»_ 115.83 WAT2H FUN* Payroll, ,phyrt)ll '.--•»-- -"--« — $ 562.66 Walter Petersan, labor „.„„ — 184.53 Maurice Krebsbaeh, laber •„ — 120.62 Dnrrel HoblnSon, labor — Iowa State Bank, withholding tax .......... --------- ---- — Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tait _•_ North c 50.40 40.85 „ . M Merrill .Feed Supply. salt.-----* 341.00 C. M. St. P. & P. . . Sinclair • Rot .' Co" TK*Ti5j ~± MBMjj W. W. Sullivan. P.M.. postage - 54.39 Payroll, payroll - ............. 2 'S?2ni Milton BUyeu. labor .......... 215.01 Mervln Hentges, labor -------- 156.67 Lester O. Davis el al,,tifund .. Next mealing date WaS set for 1. Iflfll, at 7:30 o'el<JCk'P<M. Meeting adjourned. /S / Ira Kohl Secretary /S / Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board 75.60 March INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs Hospitalizaticn Health St Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-452U v,ors about their government. As Unfairly, perhaps, lobbyists are liings stand most people simply frequently regarded' with sorne •vrite their Congressmen for such' degree 1 of suspicion in Washing- nformation. The idea behind this ton.'The great majority of them ill], however, is to create in fcre .simply people hired to in- tVnshington an office with , an. fluence/^ legislation and there's 9 asily remembered title and flitvj nothing dishonest about that. But tion. Maybe it's not a bad sugs (there' are a few unscrupulous NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 'pstion. •' ones and, like a bad apple, give a —o— bad name to all lobbyists. Actu- PERPLEXED —We were plea- ally, most Congressmen are will- antly surprised the other day to ing to sit -down and talk with cceive in tne mails a card from lobbyists since they, are armed ho Vice President. On the front With facts and this gives the law- f the envelope were the words maker an opportunity to make up Office of -the Vice President — his own mind on legislation. Washington." Since it w'as post'-* : —u- marked Fob. 20— exactly a j HEW FRONTIER — The big lonth after the President inau- struggle between the Communist ;uration,—, we assumed it was ajrid/the Free World today is to Eept pace in population. Yet, we have dozens of 'propositions of- "fered, any oHe of which if adopted, wbuld simply raise the taxation rates in the state. Industry looks for a fair tax situation, not only for itself, but for the people it will employ. If they are not -overburdened with taxes they consider it "a healthy tax climate." But as property taxes have continued to rise. Isn't anyone concerned 'with the fact -that Ihis constant increase is killing off initiative for ea Ul E. Call Street— Ph. CY 4-3535— Algona, Iowa Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Algona, Iowa, under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. 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 NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives. Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION HATES IN KOSSUTH CO. On<: Vear. in advance $3.00 Both Algona papers, In combination, per year „ .£5.00 Single Copies , 10 C SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH One Year, in advance ^.i. S4.00 Both Algona papers In combination, one year S8.00 No subscription less than 6 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST KIDDING PEOPLE OF IOWA Indianola Record-Herald — We accept the premise that no taxing body should ever level more in taxes in a year than their actual needs require. The state of Iowa at the present time has a reserve of about $46 million and we can go along with Governon Norman Erbe that such a big balance is not necessary. However, if we dip into that balance to the tune of $30 million during the next two years Iowa will be left^with , a pretty small operating balance and the dipping in process will be all over in case of emergency. When the Governor asks for increased spending in Iowa to the tune of 1 8 million dollars a year and at the same time no increase in the amount of taxes we need to levy, he is only kidding the citizens of the state of Iowa. He will be putting them in a complacent mood of thinking everything is well in Iowa and that we can continue lo provide more arid better services at no additional load on the taxpayers. The cost of government is not going to go down and if present trends continue they will rise another 11 per cent during the next two years. Where will that find us in 1963? We will be awakened to the fact that instead of having to provide 11 per cent more in income we will need to seek 22 more because we will not have a state treasury reserve to cover the additional 11 per cent we are going to spend during the next two years. Is that being fair with the people of the state of Iowa? * * * Senator Bourke Hickenlooper has risen to the occasion and is finding fault with the suggested "hurry-up progrem" to deal with surpluses in agriculture. Wonder where Friend Hick was during the past few years when Mr. Benson was creating these vast surpluses? .s from -Richard M. Nixon who jhlfvj'-to reach the minds of'a peo- had stepped down as Veep 30 (pic* where education is just corn- days previously. It was a friendly lirip into being. There are'only 10 cafd .bearing an attractive color 'universities in tropical Africa and photograph of the Nixon family ;some of these have just started to and these words: "As we leave function. Oniy 7,000 African stu- Washington. Pat and I want to idents were enrolled in African express our appreciation for the institutions in 1958. A few thou-, privilege of spending fourteen ^sar.d more were studying in hiemorable years in the Nation's .other countries. This is a small Capital and for your friendship 'number compared to the vast -and support in the campaign of .'populations in these countries. 1960. Signed Dick : Nixon." We JThe United States would commit appreciated the sentiments, of in" serious mistake if it did not course, but must hastily point out 'take this into consideration. f.hat as a newspaperman we could not support either candidate. TUNNEL OF CULTURE— The senators have a new 1,400-foot subway (complete with little train) that runs from the Capitol to Iheir office buildings. It has now been suggested that its drab walls be decorated with art. One senator would like each stale lo display on these walls some works of art depicting scenic beauty or historical sites in the state. About 5. million visitors ' come to the Capitol every year and it is conceivable lhat most of Sealed bids will be received until 10:00 o'clock A.. M., March 16, 1961, at the Court House, Algona, la. at which time and place the Board of Supervisors, acting for and on behalf of Drainage District No. 105, will meet for the pin-pose of letting a contract 'for the Drubbing of 12 trees in the ditch channel, ihe removal of rubbish, the clearing of approximately. 903 ,tre.es and the painting of the, (regaining stumps .with jMli- c i$8ffin& 4he, cutting .'and, disposal of ,209 .squares,, pf bru^h. -'. ! ' . The commencement date is March 23, 1961 and completion date is May 1 ; 1961. Bids will be received on the entire work or in sections and each bidder will be required to deposit with his bid a certified check on and certified by a bank in Iowa, payable to the Auditor of Kossuth County or his order at his office in an amount equal to 10% of the bid. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Bids, specifications, .bidding blanks and other information may be obtained at the office of the Kossuth County Drainage Clerk or contact D. L. Leffert, Algona, Iowa, Engineer in charge of the project. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA By C. S. Pearson County Drainage Clerk. (9-10) WANT ADS BRING RESULTS ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY . J, B. (Jini) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 ,206 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All 'Lines of Insurance Automobile -• Furniture Loan • '7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 BOHANNON INSURANCE - SERVICE <J N. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuffhanv Sec'y MEREST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Roods, and Many Other Forms Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Heibst Farm Bureau Mutual Iris. Co. Affiliated with FarnvBureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor Over penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Dr. Wiiliatn L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. State St. Hours: 9:00"— 6:00 thru Sat 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-34E( DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE. M. O. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St , Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone C"S 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK, M, D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone .CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 ,C.- SUNiplET '4 ' •••••• .-Representing -^.*^ State Farm las': Go. ' ;? '*• 706 So. Phillips St. ilgona' Phone. CY 4-2341 AUTO— LIFE— FIRE— HAIL DALE W. LOCKWOOD The -Equitable Life Assurance Society Of , The United States Burt, Iowa " Phone 201 CRAWFORD INSURANCE SERVICE Andy Crawford All Types Of Insurance Office Phone CY 4-2279 DENTISTS DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-434* DR. J. B. HARRIS, JR. Dentist AJ 622 E. Stale Phone CY 4-2334 CAROL L. PLOTT, MD. 110 N. Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment Cypress 4-4884 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOHN M. SCHUTTEH, VLD. Physician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-4490 Resident phone CY 4-2333 OPTOMETRISTS DR. L. L.. SNYDER Optometrist • * 113 East State . Algona Telephone CY 4-27U Closed Saturday Afternoons . Contact Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Algona, Iowa •• 'Phone CYpress 4-2198 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to- 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. C. M. O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis &t Visual Traininf 108 South Harlan St (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 Farm Management FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MblNES MAR. 13, 1341 v • » Charles Quinn of Bancroft was Carlson Farm Management Company 12% N. Dodg« Ph. CY 4-2891 ._..., Humboldt Alto & Kossuth Count!** The late Henry Ford once said: "Anyone who stops learning is old, whether this happens at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps on learning not only remains young, but becomes constantly more valuable, regardless of physical capacity," — Adair News. Could You Reach 5,300 Families for 50c? ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES CLASSIFIED ADS DO JUST THAT HO Word Classified Ads, Paid In Advance, 50c) thorn would ride through this elected president of the Kossuth tunnel of art. It might even Young Democrats during the soothe jumping nerves of har- week. Other officers named were rasrcd senators leaving the Capi- Mary Capesius, Bode, first vice tol after a busy workout on the president, Verne Toohey, LuVer- legislalive threadmill. n e. second vice president, Dr. Ba— ° — hnson, Burt, third vice president, LIFE OF A SOLDIER — For K ay Setchcll, Algona, secretary, some unsound reason the Pen- an d Phil Reilly, Lone Rock, trea- 683 ame8-arotmatheworM-.fheFpounded the pavements aad proved ftat concrete outperforms asphalt these ways.../"-;-;:; , '' O tagon things that always surer. gels it in clutch with the public. Not lont! aye it w;is revealed that • Two girls * * basketball teams some sorvi(.T!-nen were being f rom thj s area, Seneca and Olto- us«,d n.', tjartenders and babysitl- sc;nj won their way into the state ers for officers. This created a tournament at Des Moines. Sene- fuir.re in Confress. The practice C a. winner of all but three games was stopned. Now \vo learn Hint during the season, and Ottosen, the Pentagon put out a memo- w ilh a 31-0 mark for the year, rar.dum I'oi- the troops entitled W cre slated for action Thursday. "Grocery Rat-uing" with detail- Members of the Seneca team ed in>;triieiions un how to fill .were Noradel Dotson, Alyce and bu;;s of groceries in the commis- Blanche Olsen. Lois Loofi, Donna sanes. V/ith a serious unemploy- Jeun Bollig, Donna Jean Cody, inent situation in this country Marjorie OsKorn, Jean Kennedy, one wonders why grocery bag- J o -.;n Skow, Joan Kennedy, Mavis gins isn't left to civilians and Preston and Jean Wilberg. Frank sobering to soldiers. Hanna was coach. Members of ~~ 1 ' — the Ottosen squad, coached by W. PRESIDENTIAL PENMAN- P . Truesdell, were Bertha Long- SHIP -- It soems that President so th, Marilyn Kinseth, LaVoitnu Kennedy has: a form of hand- Hansen, Mavis Holt, Gladys Ax- writmg wliRh can be read only ne un a Mary Jane Hofius. Seneca by himsell. I tie mayor of Allan- had an enrollment of 50 in hifr'h tri, Georgia, received a letter school, while Ottosen had 37 hiyh from the White House but school students, couldn't figure out who sinned it. * • * It was, of cov.nie. the President. Fay Neal of West Bend had This pu.mpted me Handwriting been playing eribbage here and (•oiinthHion to toss out an incliji- there for 13 years -— but for the ivjrit note on such Koin^-on. first time in his career he held a Fliio, .said the foundation." is dis- perfect 2.9 hand. It came in u Uirbm- evidence that illegibility four-handed «ame and he held is cauMii-,' enormous losses an- tho fives of clubs, spades and nually j,-, both time and money." hearts and Hie jack of diamonds It also pointed out that the fact an d caught the live of diamonds. that many famous people write It was not only the first perfect wilh varying degree of legibility, <hand he had held, but ulso the does not mean that poor hand-' first cue he had ever seen in wi-Unit; is a r.itak of bueee^ and those. ltt years. Wfe» of tot traffic in 2 year! , «, Sponsored by the American million dollar National Steadiest was set up to establish basic facts of design and construe, lion for concrete and asphalt paveihents fflat pavements we# buflt pothe same soflL to carry the same vehicle loads to designs cur. fently used in various states, 99 loaded trucks v-piefeups to semi-trailers—pounded them 19 tours a day for g years. Millions of scientific measurements were made, The test has demonstrated concrete's superf- VOty tot streets, roads and Interstate highways! fQtTLANP CEMENT **** test shewed ^ 6 * 6 Blasted asphalt 3 to °. ncre te gives you m or e fo^ O ft ™*f m y measurements, '«et« won decisively ovep - helpe<1 f i"«nce this * ypu ^ ttojr K *« dollars.

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