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.x.^..t^.i JJ -M^^J.t-j^-^L-Ji-^ J J& bON'T *N6W WHIN Wftb • One bf foel prbvlilerii Jdi$l. d6wH fay, trie president of toilet, bfefore hi will' aQre6 fo 'His tountrV slg'ftih'g any pblltleal or economic Agreement with France, Is that the French give Up the c6hfr6l and &$e of the' big French navdl Base at BteeVfe. ' dthers In fhe WoMd f&day 1 , Is Indicating that he doesn't Know wfren his eountry is well tiff, Just what would Tunisia do with the bSse If they cdmplfitely controlled It ? ON BUYlNfc AT HOME 5 i . "•• We havS: always been a flcm believer ih "buylhg at HofVie"' and few and far between have been the items purchased out of the area wherl they might be purchased locally. Irt'the re'c'ent Kossufh county purchase of a tractor* ,from 6n out-of-cpunty firm we do nol Urt'Au/ tk^ linA? jjats-.il* tri«j£ill«tMj* «L.« .*. ...-L _.-i at pizefte. w „•. , tractor ,from an out-of-county firm we do not Thu4> the president of Tunisia/ like some knW the finer details Involving the purchase. 'S in thd WoAld fhHnx/, in InttltntinH ihM hti it «* niir in.xM.inh/ imnloM^^i J^^l_._ jiuu. »L- . If, as our in-ebunty implement dealers state, the tractor purchased outside the county cost $500 nrtoc'e than its cost had it been purchased in- County, they have a legitimate complaint and / — .-.f- f _.,.... _.. ww ,, . I.WWKI^, iiivsy nwrw W IQ^IMIIIUIC IWIIILJIUIHI UIIU Thefe Is fi6 Tunisian navy, and fhe cost .of the right to some explanation. And we presume llf*tV%14+rt tit A MM* Ah tit ,bKc*4t.jKu.uLif._ Jj kill iL, u. HJT *i _.... , t ...4 . . iwt M .„ , , v l wi HdlVII I | l«rf V JT/ UllfU IIIO maintaining the* base is considerable/ d bill being p^dld for by the French at the moment. This- recalls the situation In fhe Congo where .dll of the natives were clambrlng for Independence, having no knowledge of the responsibilities that Went with It, or the leadership and education fo handle it after they got it as events have proved. The 1 president of Tunisia, however, proba there is an explanation. There have been times when we, too, have felt that considerable outside buying by city or county governmental sources was taking place Unnecessarily. The same goods were obtainable locally. But this has not been the case in recent years/ to any great extent. It only makes sense for elective and ap- i..o (jicoiucin ui lumaiu, MuwHver, pruuu- poifitive officials to buy from firms that are in bly with an eye on Uncle Sam's bankroll, added their own ar6d and support local governments that Tunisia does not intend to give up its tra- with their taxes, such matters as price and aual- _!•«•_. __lr*_*^i. i> i.i.i ii* . — •' .'* . i ,, | , ' - * ., • • ^ «» ity being comparable - and they usually are. And fhis applies to county, city and school districts. We might add that if all of our own business community patronized each other when needs arose,*there would be considerable more ft-'the- fvV3 r 44h £i AtfeJF A A iff & n^r'i"'."""""' Bavancea to trie national contest, yf! „'-,'•»' * . ' * KtHEitiiif COttniy AAA feeffteUfWef here TlWMto#Tfte£ hotft aha Heard 6fc outline of tHe • Farm- Defense ^Prfdgfraifhj ' Which ^as t6 be the AAA's theftte-.fbt 1842. Eaeh- tawftshift gYeujj' wls* ftbW Soiftg.td contact all farm* ers in their township to dbtaift information- an -1041 > production atta'ifl42 Mfihded .production. The plan was designed to- givd ,the federal government an idea of what it could ex way of agricultural during 1942. » * * A Gotten! To , Hlft, At • all yoi wrfntid mfe to do wa* work, why did yott bother to hire a good-looking ttcrettoy?" • mur lunisia QOBS nor mrena TO-give up ITS n ditional friendship with, the West, float's nice I NO FRIENDS MADE - FOREIGN AID GruriUy Register: - The billions of money ,we hdye been sending to foreic(rt countries Hasn't made us marly friends. At trie recent conference of nations at Belgrade 25 foreign nations that have received six billion dollars from the United States turned a cold shoulder to the ;(j.S. when they were asked to take sides between the Western Nations and Russia. By moving «fo the Russian side these'foreign nations have'forgotten about the: financial help we have been giving them. They show greater respect for rhe fear that Russia throws into them than for thtf money they have been receiving from us. ' ( The six billion dollars we spent on these ungrateful; foreign countries have been a poor investment. We should stop making more of that kind of investments. • •• . * * * .-.-i If you want to make your handwritten letter really interesting, Just erase a line and write over it . . . Your friend will^spend;a |pt of time trying, to see what you didn't wgnf: him to know. - Clinton Herald. local business. And that is the way it should be. * * » COMING HOME TO ROOST Indianola Tribune - Iowa Governor Norman Erbe, who has a knack for not pleasing most of the people most of the time, recently asked for the resignation of the state civil defense director In the interests of a better civil defense program. We are not acquainted with Mr. Fowler, who took the governor's advice and resigned, nor with the merits of the program he had developed. We are sure that thegovernor is in a better position than we to judge accomplishments in the area of civilian defense for our state. • We cannot help but remember, however, some interesting facts pointed out by Mr. Fowler he resianed. First of all, he indicated that Washington ' * ighlights Si C*pitml try Rmy * * Halloween was coming Friday night.' All bbys and girls had promised to be good, so local , residents were reminded it would be a'good idea to fasten down all ages where possible and prepare for the usual window-soaping} etc. Local police said the boys and girls would be good—or else! We remember one Hallo-- ween when a group of high school boys dismantled a manure spreader (after unloading its con' tents on the lawn) and then hoisted the spreader, piece by piece, to the high school roof where it was" assembled again. The only trouble encountered by the boys was the school janitor, who Watched the entire operation from inside the building. The boys cleaned up the mess the next day. t R^dttolfbut young. i t '• i' \ 7 « -'' " i,f i if c*. "' j' *f-T Dear Dint-Do you {hlnfea^Wiof^;.- a high school dance? My.nwthMBitd' ftftfte% parents don't Ittow.eyefythtogjHloMnetfJkt satf -*«,,„«,, „« What 'do you think ? ^ Just Wonderlrig'ojf Md,' .' • V * *» •; Deaf J,W.£ Which a-It ?,, Ydute speaking of three different ages': but; only refer to one gJM. A girl of 12 if too* young even tof dahejes fot' eighth graders but girls ,6f Is- and '14,'qifalify f6r thfr "pre'leenf-ofaflcesi ^Voii don't think you're tap ypurig because you're 6n'e, of the ages' you "wrote about. However, junfbfs and senior4.do*t" want 12, 13 fehd 14-year*olds C'Uttering up,thejr dance floor ftnd'I dofl't blanie mem. '/, v '' ' , , y earg -J ' ., for In air of us Ihere is a bit of a dozen times. It is hot. The kleig Jieatrical "ham" and it is bound lights bear down rele to emerge .sooner or later. ' Another minute on the screen. Hard-bitten reporter that I am, Another day and the .pace is I thought I was immune but more gruelling. It is my lot to mortal man is not Immune to play the part of a reporter who' temptation. What ingredient must fight his way through a _. — ~~. „„„„*. ^...c «. 1C16 Consumers grocery store open- theatrical "ham" and it is bound lights bear down relentlessly. ed m Algona in the recently- f« «„„_,.„ ._ «_!.__ .". ......... , . .. completed Dreesman building north of the high school building. Complete arrangements fon the opening and stocking of '"•v"*'"""*-'"' »» j*« L Aiigicuicijb .muai u^xii ins way inroufin 3 sneivcs riaCi DGGFI dons during .tnG there is in the makeup of an in- group of 25 : or 30 tourists ascend- past tw ? week s and the store dividual that makes him think ing a long flight of steps in the °P ene d its doors early in the : gPc» ^ Ul E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Second class postage paid ai Algona, Iowa 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 EDITORIAL NATIONAL. REPRESENTATIVE -jkly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION HATES IN KOSSUTH CO. Orwi Year. In advance (300 Both Algona papers, In combination, per year _~I$5.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATESI OUTSIDE KOSSUTH One Year, in advance 1400 Both Algona papers in combination, one year ~~ ""$800 No subscription less than 6 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST .j.st, not have',been : nearly as civil .defense'earlier this year as he is now, for he pointed out that Erbe reduced the annual civil defense budget from a requested $51,000 to $36,000, nearly a 30% slash. Secondly, the GOP legislature trimmed the appropriation even further, approving $34,100 for the agency. • • '. This is not to say that we do not need new efforts and administrators on fhe state civilian defense program. It does point out, however, the danger of short 'term thinking and planning in an effort to work a state budget .on the basis of appeasement. At the time the Governor was preparing his budget recommendations last winter the world crises was very nearly as critical as it is now. If the civil defense program of this state is lagging, part of the blame must properly be placed with those who trimmed the financial requests of the agency. Involved. * * » A minister was sitting in his study one day when his little daughter came in and asked hirri what he was doing. "Writing a sermon, dear," he replied. "How do you know what to' write?" she asked. "God tells me," he assured her. The little girl watched him for a' few minutes, then blurted out: "But daddy, if Gpd tells you what to write, why are you scratching some of it out?" - Eddyville Tribune. * * * Much juvenile delinquency can be traced back to "to much" ... too much money in the young people's hands ... too many cars for them to drive . . . parents, too busy. * * * ' We know that the less one knows, the easier one forms an opinion. he is a natural-born actor I .do Capitol to rush into the Senate not know, but it exists. press gallery. The scene opens So it has come to pass that I when I am at the bottom of the have made my debut in the dra- stairway and ends when I reach matic arts. In-other words, I am the top, almost collide with ac- now part of Hollywood celluloid, tress Gene Tierney, and dash into the Silver Screen and all that is the press gallery, glamorous •; about the world of * * « motion pictures. This would sound-like a sim- _ * * * Pie enough part to execute. But For several weeks Hollywood this scene is shot twenty times has taken.over the Nation's Cap- without a break. Twenty times ital for the filming of the Puliti- hustling up steps and pushing zer-award-winning "Advise and through tourists who don't want Consent. Huge cameras and to be pushed. By now I am building- lights" have probed his- drenched, 'my muscles are sore Fredericca Girres, who taught in German Township, narrowly escaped severe cuts .Wednesday in a strange accident. She was preparing .to leave school and was about to close the door of the building while carrying an armload of books. She used her elbow to push the door and her arm slipped and went through the glass window in the door, shattering it. Sh6 was not injured. " •• ' .* '* T. - < —— «* «»*!(>,»<•"-— - «•*» - *X.L\.« 1,111 jig liaiu. i.inm . 1*91011 ^-n cjins nBQ 3 Capitol, the Senate Office Build- on the screen—less than two sur P"se party for the 4-H boys ! — iL - m ~ at the home of Shirley Weber , «..._.-._ „,-„.... , . Friday night. The boys were beauty of the Washington monu- Another scene takes place in navin S tn ?ir monthly meeting me'nt, the .grandeur of the Lin- the press gallery. An assistant and the girls met at ttt e Krause "-'- ™-^—-=--•-•- ' • - - •'- home, then descended on the young men - before they knew what had happened—a sort of "Sadie Hawkins Day". Dea* Dan: My name is Susan and I'ni 18,1 on, something very impdrtattf, I've been going" Wnn mis-smie leuow tor three years and I love him'Very much. We agree'on evfiryBing and'-'fittd that no Matte* wh.ere W6'g6,'we always ,haV? a good tiffie. Recently k't work 1 met this bther fellow ahd We became good friends. He Ssked me out but I refused because 1 don't'think it would'be fair to him if "we dated. I like him just as a friend. . ' - - , • < "• The girls at Work think this is veiy foolish of me but I just 'don'i C£,re to gtf out with him. They-think I should date other fellows. WhaTdo you think? — Sue. > < • Dear Sue: The girls at work don't kn6w anything about this; I'm afraJd. After three years of going with your boy friend you two eithefr do love one another or you«ve become a very routine habit. you IS UdSte o1he5 i °d n on'r Uld ** ** " *"« " yOU *"* fe61 * * * Dear Dan: The boys at school here have gotten the word about my mlTnc i^^°°^ Used *? ? ttend and overnight their attitude toward me has changed. They used to treat me as a lady .but now they say obscene things to me and make my life miserable. y cno r g0t ln , with the w 1 " 0 "? g^up of kids about a year ago and^retkr soon I was known around school as;a'"fjist? girl. I'm,notTmaking any true. Later on in'the school year,.last year, rwa^exb'ell^becauT^rif what was going on and then this year fc^e^'UySh^^KS' I thought things would be'different but now I don't know I realize my mistakes of the past can never'be forgotten but shouldn't they be ^^^KS^SS&& »&ff-*S^" reise enoueh^^ti 1 If .y^" 11 »unt and uncle go to your principal and L now oefng sa?dTabout Sto% ^ ma ke will drown out whatever 13 «uw oting saia aoout you. I don't,care what a girl has done in the Sunity ^ mg t0 - ake a Clea ^ star Mhe should be given that op- them lf so tKey dbh>t Rh05y lhat b > ad ' faot ' then your principal Should" tell Dear DaiuWould it be all right to give this girl Hike a smalllocket of/ ttSfSoSStalfc^ 1 *^, 7 u W6 ' r6 ndt ° ld « nou g h ^r' unuiig ouii inougnt a < little gift might help here. — AnxioUs Dear Anxious: Your actions around the'girl will show hpi* ike her and you'll save yourself some pots"' ' locket or charm bracelet might have to be re jectjmd rather^han risk that, just show her how much you fitehV U =sar«£Wf =s '•iAsnssss^ff^- you — 36 cents; cream, hens, 13% cents. .• .-,-• .• •, —;- ..«••« «v**^.o .41UUJC .iuji in ms; premium eggs, tory.when he hit one off Cv 37 cents; and Young in the first game of the 10D3 series. , , . - y. n asssan coin Memorial, the quiet dignity director calls for 20 newsmen and of the White House. announces that 1 he has two .* » * speaking parts to offer. Here is But thesff were just a back- where the i'ham" e m e r g e s. »»»»»»»+. Professional Directory •"•• »••*•»« T» «7* V j USA a JJClCA* "•••.»»* v**b, -Aiaill CIUCl-KCHi drop for an unfolding drama Everyone of the. 20 knows he about Washington politics. In tiie nas tne best voice, the best de- Here are *he markets—heavy closing days of Congress real-life u very, is dressed properly and, butchers, 200-270 Ibs., brought Senators whose names are known in fact i looks more like a news- ? 9 '90; veal calves topped at $12; the world over took a back seat paperman than any of the others. no - 2 new white corn, 62>/ 2 cents; to a group of actors whose nam- The assistant director reads off es are equally well-known. Men the two lines and we all take I lira TP^an^K^N*- T 1 **»«.% ...1 ii _i . mt . i *+ ~ - -»--: ^ -- —- «»*w TT **. J.TJ.^,II i,*tv, v VY w -titica ctiiu We all taKc like Franchot Tone who por- them down. Then two by two we trays the President, Henry Fonda read them, trying first one line as the President's choice for Sec- and then the other. Another re- retary of State, and Charles porter and I are asked to go Laughton, Walter /Pigeon and over the lines again and he says Peter Lawford who play the role "Fine, you're selected." of Senators. , j}The electricians move-into the In the movie as "extras" are gallery and start placing their government secretaries who play blinding lights. The big camera secretaries, Capitol police who rolls in on a dolly. It will be an olay policemen, tour guides who hour before the scene is shot and play guides and newspapermen we are instructed to rehearse our who play newspapermen. lines. And this, of course, is where Finally, the big boss walks in I come in. It is almost' easier to and everybody snaps to atten- be a newspaperman than to por- tion> Here is the S reat Otto Pre trflV On6 mincrof fHn f\r>t*-t*t\llr\rt *-»,,«J..« INSURANCE A. J, (Arnle) Ricklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident , _— £ et — Auto — Fke — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-452U Chiropractor $s€>- All one morning I push minger, the fire-eating producer- director. He 'surveys the scene '.and starts barking orders. • ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE ~~ AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan T^N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 Dr. D. p. Arnold Chiropractor ntt . Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Monday — Wednesday — Fridaj Dr. William 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 4-3461 ^ Moil Popular STORM <*«*,Not so the 1962 Bulek fydM^M, happy-medium w ™,^™ ,idult m?l?~Wdm^t&wt ife'jfyfak vhen they geVfn 3 n4 5 cqfeqll «<« 1 the* *ra ^^^^3^^^^,^ wonderful new '*tiri^jfa^1&fa VMt pow^r pl^^^||ji|)^ : ^'of ^ miaerUn^'t^t'^ ||fey^ 4 ^ f «f "** *^-*.jf^ ty*p&?f*f!f » ttyfTnfr J '*' ^ ' a ' f j y<f j f f -V'> of State. On"screen"this"w'ilT a afl b i tten „"". m ° re than l could take place in less than a minute ch ^ Wl He ls a dlctator on the set In the afternoon, I walk to the and . no one escapes his tongue- press table, sit down and wait for las J?. in ^, ... ,_. the hearing to start We do this Finally, the big moment arrives, Lights, camera, action. Someone makes a noise in the background and Mr. Preminger yells "Cut, Cut. Vat's the matter, don't you realize these actors are at work." * * - * The scene is shot only three times and Mr. Preminger |s happy. "Men, you were perfect," he says, "Vit real actors I would have had to shoot this 15 times." And here are the lines that will bring me glory on the silver screen: "What's that call, there's no vote up." mil by minufictum «l finuint Flii-0-CUii Wi>p Broi., Chioio H BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm J'olio 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 4-3750. Lola Scuttham. Sec'y Intltt On AT YOUR LOCAL DEALER HEHBST INS, AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms Phone CY 4-3733 Te4 S. DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-227? J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 , Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. PLOTT, M. D. 110 N. Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence (t« Farm Bureau Mutual Ins, Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life . HsMl - Tractor Phone CY 4*335} Qon gtark, Mgr U PALE W. L , The EquHabl f » Society O n Th? Un«e4 States Burt. Iowa Farm 89, Fhiipa St. Phoni CY 4. .k.l:i:d^.-Jjal$£ 5i£;Y©U* IOCM AUWQRKED QUALITY BUICK DEALER NOW ~. , . VQUa QUAfelfY wm PSALiR IN ALQONA ^:$CHUITZ BROS," "•' ' T --••-^-.- - Big uhdlon! Big vabai! SM your S:M Oea/«r fof Double i^Chetk Uierf Corel • South Phillip$ FROM THE FILJ& Qf THE ALgQFA yPPRB DIB W0JNE8 Ovt, 39, 1841 9. P, HawcQlt, Purl, was named county ponjmander of tiie American Legion at a meeting held last Thursday .at Burl. George Hcetland, Lakota, was named vice commandw, .' • * « *' Ernest HeJdecker of Lakots won the county corn husking title again and was sluted lo'en- tef sl^te compc'tilign. Fred Gray of Tltonka took second and Henry Jleicleeliei', Ernes,t';, brolhei 1 , How to liven up a lunch box M»at-cheese—egg-almost any Wnd of fandvylch tastes new aHJ wonderful when you use Miracle Sandwich Spread. It's -~~ r ^~--^ KHAFT, 30; CRAWFORD INSURANCE SERVICE An4y Crawford All Types Of Insurance Office Phone CY 4- Farm Management Miracle JOHN M. SCHUTTEH, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KQOB, M. D, Residence Phone CY 4-4917 Physicians & Surgeons 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4490 OPTOMiTRISTT Algona 9R, U, I* flfYOEJ! ll/lfftsf i-?71| Oil* SAWYER Wl§ QK80lf • Piwwi pWral '*-2i86 Hours: 9*0*'"-"* v*i*y -- T —_,- Jjflf ».)»,'^» 6; jyps* SlMiy • DINTISTS

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