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0JJJ Uppgf flit Molrl* ThOrtdoy, Novertiber U, 1961 THE COMMUNITY IMAGE In today's .quest to .find out what people like and don't like, and what makes them shop one community instead of another, our psychologists have comef up with the use of the word "tmage" Iri dhaltefng factors that determine what people do or don't d&. It isi the ''image" that is created which is the HOME THE SAFEST PLACE Remember only a few years ago when those signs in dainty blue with the triangle encircled were going up along all the highways leading out ot the big cities* They were our concept — then — of civil defense. The big idea was that irr the event a warty ing was flashed of enemy attack via the-air efeterminfn^ fdctoi- in whether people like or do those in the cities were to rush pell mell out into _-, _ * t*t'^ — _ „_•!_.. l_- ___bL*.. ,.:•** U. , + lr+nt-f lirrrt iko \/r\rf\. inmn tntft tnf* TdfTlllv CO I*. ODCI n6OQ not like a particular community, business firm or for that matter individuals. : During the last several weeks there have Iseen some developments in Algona which have the yard, jump into the family car, and head for the evacuation route. , , Today the whole picture has changed. One high government official has' suggested ' these given pause to the general question as to the signs all be taken down. He points out that in type of image we are creating in the area we the event of nuclear attack jamming the high- s^rve as a trade territory; is it good, or could it ways is a certain way to total destruction of the be improved ? , There are a considerable number of folks iri our community who think that perhaps we have not been doing a good job with Algona's "4mage." Sptol questioning has disclosed thdt lime think we could improve on our courtesy Ujid friendliness both in business places and in general contact. There has been a suggestion that perhaps we are a little too fast in handing out tickets the minute a parking meter slips by tfie last paid second on the dial. One man remarked that we had "county-seat-itis." » And there hers also been the thought that iff, sound, basic community promotion and merchandising we have not kept pace with some oj our competitive cities, and that our advertising has not fended to be of a type likely to bring cmy element of prestige to Algona as a trading center. People go where they are.invited. The invitation has to be constant, not spasmodic, arid not a type that down-grades a community as q, good place to do business. : f *. There is no small city in the upper Midwest with a more; strategic location than Algona.; W,e serve a norm'al area that extends 30 fo 35]miles in all directions. Our parking facilitfesi are far ajxjve average. Practically every Imgjdr; brand }ors < churchf " . • . '.v ' .' *»•--• * >**>,?•' -New cw'»aiei failed io _ triueh ground .during the week as only 11 new vehicles, were {registered -at,the .county, treasurer's office! Sales wefe .rUnhlng Jbehmtt 19,40., • - • » ! " • • • * ¥'"".) _ A ttttUflr of Ihe KWitJflh * County chorus was'-ter rjg-Held ____•* 'Friday afteriiotm at the h6me'6f ALGONA UPPER D£s MOlrlES'Mrs. Loren Brown, south of-Al- Nov. 2d; 1941 gona. Mrs. Brown .and Mrs. * * * , Vaughn Rising, director of the Santa Claus was coming 10 At* group of singers, were tb be hos- gona Nov. 28 — and all the kids tesses. in the area were getting set for • • » « • f a big day. The old fellow, with the white beard and voluminous jBrtswa 1 .* in, a parade, complete'With floats, comedy characters, clowns' and the .Algona high school band) on State street. An added attraction ings 'td explain. tKe «fuifkey*Mar-' kctlng Orders" are plarmetl Curing the next week, a&dtdlflg to D>ean r Harms, Algona, Kosluth County Extension DirettoittX Extension gpeclallsf^^mlowa State Uriiye t rsfty v * It^MeS are conducting the series. All turkey growers and allied industry people, are invited to', attend the' meeting closest td thetrw •'• The ,nieetinf .schedule! November 17 — Storm Lake at the R.E.A. Bid. \ , November '18 .— >-Osage at was carrying went off into his population ih the area. Now it is chiefly a mdt- .ter of underground shelter. Our big cities, in the event of such an attack, are doomed if they receive a, direct, bomb thdt • : Hif.'S6 ; ar'e- the' -pebble 'within' the'riW With-'trre'l bombs that are now handy, no simple ground" shelter can preserve the life of a single occupant. They can, however, be effective against fallout radiation in areas surrounding the point of a direct h,if, and that is novvj the approach, being taken in;civil defense circles. , ' Home, in other word?,, if it has a basement or a backyard shelter, is ajbbut the safest place **... and in addition we have — that's not on* of the fringe benefit*—a liberal peruion plan.. /»•/., \ to be with a little common sense and preparation. •;' *' ;; \' ;;; It is interesting to note, afs ; o, that former Governor Leo Hoegh who headed national civil defense in the era, when the mass evacuation was the policy, now> heads the biggest firm in the business of constructing fallout shelters. And at a very fine salary. Times, and ideas, certainly can change in a hurry. . • : • '': '' '•.•*'' *":!. * • • : . \ of merchandise is available in Algona. But some .••f these i advantages can: easily be offset if we r|[eafe the wrong type of image in the public Mind...j * ; - • ' ' ' ' • '. - . ' ' ''••-.'.'' '.,-.;' • • * s :• •'?'.• ' i ' ' • • ijrice4 tK®j adjournment'of: Congress, Sena- _j'ru——-!_.i./!>.i.; ^Ktf have?gone home! to mend their own fences have found out several' interesting facts.' ' .- ' • ' Even in. states, that President Kennedy did not carry, 'like 'MonJanq,;Wyomrng and Indiana,, 4 We can be just about wha| we decide to be, tfieitWo' 'njjdjor factors that worked against him' dftd if Ihe image of our "community ?as( a good • ?!-t»L£- ! :Tnz/\'lr_i»!__ --— *- u_.._ *_j-j _..* place to do business can be improved, perhaps iCwould: be well to get at the task., • " ; -- V ' :! / ' .; -, • f'- • ~ .'."??.' i ;.:'*•• ;••-.* * Try to keep an open hand as well as an election seem to have faded out. ] s r elig^iopj Most nowscdncede that if has been np;in)pe4ipieh} ;jt6 the .performance of his duties. His stubborn'Vefusal to back away, ij his opposition to Federal grants for paro-' Washington » 1 1 • » 1 O h /1 JOT h t C fjgf III l> me! lir It a . " C7 Capital by Rmy T Thiil let's-make-up meeting be- course, his reference to the Peace tween former Presidents Corps which he' described as questions. to flt First and, foremost, of course, haps he wants to avoid a feud does it mean the "boys" will with Mr. Eisenhower so that in All the meetings begin at 1:30 p.m. The Midwest bearing on this matter will be conducted By federal officials on November 24-27 in the Senate Chamber "of the State Hbuse, according to Barnes. CEILING TILE You don't have;io,be a Handy* Andy lo do a perfect ]ob of in- x stalling acoustical tile, on an bid or new ceiling. Well tell you ihe easy way and well get you siaxzed 1 pound of good Iowa butter! would"hav~e"foundTt iTitTadrrt right For quietness and-beauty. streets. J s bi t£ f — — /a^chalk , mark >pn! your- back or, .arm £0 you,couldn't go .through ' the- Ifne more'-than oflce —.legally!). . . ' . A Kossuth county turkey was to appear ( on the, table of Presi- , ; Day! That _ was the announcement that appeared in a,story on LETTERS TO TM EEDITOR ' ' So what? What if the gun was man arid Eisenhower in Indepen- "juvenile experiment." dehceVMissouri, the other day We can only wonder why Mr. . _ -1-j • A -.™niai 0 ' i,,;th Q -•"•' —*"•*• *•"- «"e«»»«» «»*v.o brings up several interesting Kennedy has /kept his .temper ^^T^S^^ a w . er <L al *° ?«*"*'« !r o H b ! e J n . d was sent to the wesiaem ; v O f course{the boy with the by the Iowa Turkey, Qrower s , i oa( j ed gun Was in the wrong but m and-C. R. ; Sch6by 01, he is pay i n g f or it with a fine was .-president-of that pr-*- bn j j,i s name in al j the poperg ganization. So. ,the 3(J , Ib, bird, There is always two sides to came from Oils Bounty ahd iit^ was • every ^^ The A i gona kids , { ! f ' • : ' • * ' ene as -.t jdid. s \ ; i ' - 5 -, ) t • i i.j • ,* -, The Dau Garage. was 'occupy-, . . I'm; ndt'u P holdihg ; ,£mVi kids fct i ^ e , r ?? eted addj-" wrbfig 'doing but why Iref Algona ' The addi- kids any better than kids' frond; SO mat in »««> *«"»-<O«J»OB«. w» \«.«.i«i<j-, • \ j,m uuu ujjiiuiuiiig-ajiyi tuas IDI : ^ i t • i ..>,,"».,, i-.VJ . -1 >•— really get together now and some future . • crisis the world ing a recently* completed addj-" wrbfig'doing but why Iref Algona' ceiling. Come in soon and see'the make the .Ex-Presidents Club a will have a,-picture of national tion toJts,«bullding. ••"•- -•"' '- Jj *--"- —- — -• • 'going affair? Former President Herbert Hoover certainly must be happy that his two fellow members have patched their dif- *»* *^ « ^u.*b*w«* iw.k^ «..^« —c» --— r -,- — .-»— ^ « — . • ferences since he has been able eventually will talk himself into body and painting department, any better when they get 'in- a to* get along quite well with both trouble if left alone. Truman and Eisenhower. And one can also speculate on, .what affect this new sweetness- 1 Poskibly Mr. Kennedy, a very shrewd political tactician; feels that he ought to save his fire until next year's Congressional A new hoist .was 'also| installed .scrape. No names were printed in the new area.; L , i ,-i! |, i in the papers but if .that had ' ' I' 'ii' 1 jl^ a PP en ed to some ;dut' 6f .town^ >\f oyst«4 lljipf m 6 "" names, i Woul4 'have IAV\ J *4lno**illrt^3 i nil <nv*n^ 4l^A '/•.. ?PiF The annual Plum Cree stew'and Farm Bureau meeting was and-light will have on a member- Actions. If • we can believe the th'e -. to-be of this exclusive club-t- public opinion polls ( Mr. Ken- school President John F. Kennedy. Mft- n edy is riding a cres"t of popular- gona .Eisenhower has 'been saying j{ y and in that case the Eisen- speech „._ .... ,_._. .. _ . some .rather unpleasant things hower attacks have hurt him not of Titonka was.lo .play. Commit' BRONSON BLD'G. SERVICE ", iry ro Keep an open nana as weii as on i ,/.-.; j» 'V f • i i . i i lit t open mind. If you go through life with a clench- f hial °" d otheur . pn ^ te schools has also served, R -5 i:- 4 __u-j.. » .u:— !„ :» ' to emphasize his willingness tostand behind his >„ v fist, nobody can put anything in it. :. • -•v-.-..-•.,.' * •• (, f- • , The honeymoon is over when he starts bothering to; clean the windshield before they go to a driye-in movie. ',.;•' " -': ,: : ; ..' ; ';.;"..- ; '' V= ;''*'•; 'i * : ' .. ; . •. • ' '. » Did Alexander Graham Bell have any trouble beating his wife to the telephone to make the first call. . oinei Ul E. Call Street— Ph. CY 4-3535— Algona, Iowa Second clan pottage paid at Algona. Iowa Issued Thursday in 1961 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. 'about,-Mr. Kennedy .of late but a bit. Then again, Mr. Eisenhow-i tee in charge^of the'.event.consist- so far -'Mr. -Kennedy, has not seen,, er has defended Mr. Kennedy's ed of Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Camp- fit to fight back, r '"' • • - • - — • - - -- _•...,-«»_. .» ™ «•.»_ 3 is 1 much too stei|ed', all (over .the ;front ; Algont »»+»•+»»••»»»+»»»»»+ approach to foreign affairs/and ney, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. ? Woltz, for this reason alonV the Mr. and Mrs.'Fred Jennings, Mr. campaign statements R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr, JACK PURCELL, Foreman N AT 10 N AI EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION HATES IN KOSSUTH CO. On« Year, In advance „ . $3.00 Both Algona papers, In combination, per year . $9.00 Single Copies : lOc SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH One Vest, in advance $4.00 Both Algona papers in combination, one year $6.00 No subscription less than 6 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST The second is his age. Many thought him top young and inexperienced. SJo'w. they*'are get-: ting used to the idea, and any way .the President is getting older and more experienced every day., ' ., The Gallup poll' showing the President getting 76 percent approval of his handling of the office is quite a vote of public confidence. * *".•"* '• ' WILL BE NEITHER RED NOR DEAD Grundy Center Register''?- President Kennedy in a speech at the University in North Carolina Indicated that he favors following a middle course in the handling of the Berlin trouble. He prefers negotiation to nuclear war. He believes in a give and take policy where both sides come part way for a solution of their differences. He believes in being both firm and fair. In answers to the critics at home who want everything or war, To these critics he said; "We want neither to be red nor dead." We belive a large majority of the American people will support the stand of their president * in going to extremes in keeping us out of war And,a modern war would be most destructive ol all wars, as it could easily destroy a large portion of the human race. To avoid such a calamity we should be willing' to make some concessions to the opposition. By making some concessions we will be neither "red nor dead." Pity the poor clergyman who bought a used car and doesn't know the words to make it work I — Dallas Center Times Too many people use friendship as a drawing account, but forget to make a deposit. — State Confer Enterprise * * * Tact: The ability to make your guests feel at home when you wish they were. * » » It takes dissatisfaction to make efficient government. I to hope for but; we'd like ,to' see president has decided to get in- and Mrs. Clark •• Sfruffh'am, Mr. all four forget their differences V olved in a public brawl with and Mrs. Wayne: Keith * Mo*'Mr.' ( " ' - - - - a fte;Mrs. C. E:-Priebe.v ^IStSyi and assemble for meeting. What a at least one picture that would make—Hoover, Truman, Sisenhower and Kennedy stand-) ng on the front porch at the White House. Having heard Mr. Truman pop off about Mr. Eisenhower just a week before their reconciliation his predecessor. The two men have met twice There was a truly, remarkable since Inauguration Day, once at woman living in Union toWhsMp , Camp David after the Cuban (there were probably more' t thSeiru ; fiasco and at the White House that — but this lady rated spe-, where the Eisenhowers were cial mention). She was Mrs. Em- guests at a luncheon in rfonor of ma Olson, -' 90, and she did her the Japanese prime minister, own housework' and cooking,, Directory INSURANCE we were obvSy ^r^sed'to Some people go{ the impression sewed by hand and with a ma- the friendlv matins t hat a warm friendship was de- chine -a? and, she had' never worn oncp veloping between the two but glasses! She was honored recent- In a SDeech before the Nation that is far from the case - Anc ^ ^ b >* the - Uni P n 'Mothers .and al Press Club thci Missouri War- thev would be the first to den y Daughters, and was also-a.char^ 31 treSS L.IUD ini| IVllSSOUn War- . t ^_ ^.«i™K a ^ nf iha Alonnn Prccl rior was asked about the Ex- "" at Presidents Club. "Well," said Mr. Truman, "Mr. Hoover is president, I'm secretary and the ^ < r i A. J. (Arnjie) Ricklefa ; •„ •''••, '^j'ijospitalization ~ -'.,•'.' -]• '- Health & Accident V* , Life *-* Auto — Fire^Hail-2 E. State ••' -' dY Chiropractor ter member of the Algona Pres- other fellow hasn't been taken in yet." The other fellow, 01 course, was Dwight Eisenhower. Now thai ihe two men have made up—or least we were lead to believe they did—you would think Mr. Truman would have said welcome aboard to that You Can Address '••• Questions To Him At BOX 66 KAUSPELL, MONTANA ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP ' Surety Bonds — All Lines'- j -of Insurance - , , CY 4^3176 ' ' 206 E.' State BLOSSOM INSURANCE .- ' ..; AGENCY ' ; ;\,, : •All Lines of Insurance, ' ~ Automobile - Furniture Loan TN.Dpdge Phone C.Yi4i2735 "other fellow." But, no he didn't. When a reporter phoned Mr. WHAT THE SURVEYS SHOW: Dear Dan: I would like to have pen pals between the ages of .16 and 19, I'm 16 and I'll try to answer all letters, Judy Lahr, 125. Frorer Avenue, Lincoln, 111. ' * * * ,.<:•'•'.''' Dear Pan: Several girls like this one boy and we don't know what to do about him. Don t tay we should give nim up because none of us Mnr>,, 0 ,. .,nri ^\, hi 'f h want to. On Sundays this boy will take one girl to Sunday School, ano- Hoover and ask him if he thef Qne home to d ' inheri another girl.to supper and then he takes still another girl to evening services. Dan, what would you do ? — Poor Girl. 'Pear foot CJiri; Mne minister should talk to this boy and remind him he attends Sunday School and evening worship for the benefit of his Truman out in Independence ana asked if the other fellow would now be taken in to the club, the former president replied in his characteristic way: "You get hold wants to take him in." The reporter thought Mr. Tru- BOHANNON INSURANCE •,, SERVICE -' 5 N, Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile ,- Farm • . .Polio, Insurance •: "•;' • ,; l? an ,, wa l J° king and laughed, ^i and not to put on an exhibition of how popular he is. But Mr. Truman was serious and ' * •• ••--<- -" -~...\~ —;.— M •. —i..-.«j „„„ „.,.„;,! *„, again suggested a call to Mr. Hoover. He recalled that he and Mr. Hoover had formed the Ex- I think all lour girls, yourself included, are stupid for allowing this boy to use you as he's doing. * * * Pear Pan: Christmas will be here goon and I have to earn some P, FAXSOlf t 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 Scuffham. Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household -J • . , /~' 1 U i i U /~< ' I J^OQi &*"*li* Will UHllOiJ VY i*A «*- HV-i k. taw/** t*l*kt * *1M T W VW Wfc»l It MWtllW *' Vf* * ^V*^W) **WV*<*^-| **W***V*»U*H IC 'f! ", eT, J- Capitol present money as quickly as possible. I'm only 15 so jobs aren't available Goods, and Many Other Forms. n inf nnv m IrPn h.l^pn hnu/nr'e ^ ' , -r , . 11 _u: t«fi__i T j_ i._ *i_ T in • 1-11 c*tr A 'nftnA on the day of Gen. Eisenhower's ' torme a h d j hate baby-setting. What can 1 do to earn the money I need 1 tirst inauguration. "I know he'd say it was all — Erlene. Dear Erlene: Baby-sitting may not be your favorite money making Phone CY 4-3733 Te<J S, right," Mr, Truman pointed out, pas ttime but considering your age, it's about your only out. If you want interring to Mr. Hoovin. "Any- „, parn mo nev for Chi-istmas badlv enoueh. vou'll swallow your feelings Research by the ANPA Bureau of Advertising Found — 1 — Customers greatly preferred newspaper advertising to mail. 2 — Customers feel newspaper advertisers are more likely to carry well-known brands, offer better value and better bargains. 3 — Four out of ten people receiving direct mail are considerably annoyed. Among upper economic groups, the percentage is almost half. 4 — About 53 to discard direct mail ads wilhoul looking at them. Relatively few people believe circular advertising is believable (unless it comes from a store where they have a charge account). The ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Reaching Over 5,500 families each issue the People-to-People Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co, Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Anv- lo earn money for Christmas badly enough, you'll swallow your feelings way, rd be outvoted 2.to 1 - an4 baby-sit. two Hepublicans against one * * * Democrat.' p^ jj an . My ^ Qy (,.,j en( j jg nev er satisfied with one or two goodnight „ A „ ,, _ _. . . _ wi,-i M ~£~ • kisseg, He always wants to make-out for 10 or 15 minutes in front of my Phone CY 4*3351 Don Stark, Mgr, , V. 1 " e MMr Y T'W" 13 ' 1 was oul housp and when j say ,j have to get right in, he gets mad. But if I sit H »BQTn e BIIMPET' iMiting Mr. Eisenhower the lat- ^ ^ the carj my folks get mad. I can't please the three of them and HAB S]?Ep£ n f l H£ rPIB * ter was out baiting Mr. Kennedy. IMt | ?mk my parents should get preference, don't you? - F. G. s*J?KSM2*ra But so far Mr. Kennedy has re- Beat F. G,: I know they should. Your boy friend should realize that Tna^Sn *w?ni\S; «?t mained silent—publicly, at least if your parents get mad enough, there'll be no more dating and not even .,,„_ ' yl} B °' phonJr CY 4 2341 —and even extended a gesture of one goodnight kiss. Besides that, it doesn't look very nice for a girl and **y-'**- ™!«*2_V*- ?_**** friendship to Mr. Eisenhower th«» boy to sit too long in a car outside of her house. .,..!* . ,— ^~, —^^™— r ~r~r. other day by naming him chair- » » « PALE, Wt LOCRWOOP, Pear Pan: My girl friend, is a cheerleader for our school, as of this Thf EcjWtable'LJIr>«»"• past -.football season, and I hate to admit it but I'm jealous. She's going Tha Un\tS to jje going on a number of road.basketball games this season and that _ . IoA .^| VWea means she'll be meeting boys from other schools and going to dances at **^ ' „?. mejjns their teen centers. , "••\ ^unk when a boy end girLare going steady, that has to mean sijTiething and if I don't go dancing when she's away, she shouldn't go dancing either. Am J right or wrong and if I'm right, please print tpis letter.'— Anxious. Dear Anxious: You're wrong and the letter still gets printed. Going man of program. Mr. Eisenhower sniped at Mr. Kennedy on several occasions, during the election campaigns just ended. The President, in a political speech in New Jersey, had an opportunity to snipe back at Mi'. Eisenhower but declined. In fact, Mr. Kennedy did not even mention the former President's name even though Mi-| Eisenhower himself had just campaigned in New Jersey. The General has been especially .critical of the New Frontier Jtwv „ with sharp remarks about Mr. nl jght help ? — June R, Kennedy's handling of the La- Pear June R.i If the guy doesn't date, he doesn't date and you'll wind otian and Cuban crises, the space up with a sore brain and nothing mere. One pf these days he's going to program, Federal spending and start dating and then'your efforts might pay off but not at the present "shrinking dollars" and, of tanc. «oi «v* »,, AU Tyges Of steady has its limitations about extra dating but I think when you try EMMM* to prevent your girl from attending an after-game dance, you're drawing FiJFlH the line too far. . , . ' ' "-"•^™~ Pear Pan: I've dpne everything I can think of since September to get this one boy at school interested in me but nothing has happened. He doesn't date and I c§n't break him dowa Can you tefl me what fh. Pr. PC P. Arnold : Chiropractor ' , Over Penney's Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Mpnday -i- Wednesday — FridaJ ^ Pr. WUliam L. Clegg j ".' Chiropractor 521 E. State St. .Hours: 0:00 — 6:00 thru Sat. 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-3461 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 :' =318* W, State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROJ. L. PLOTT, M. D. 110 N. Moore Street . Practice Limited to Surgery . Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOHN M. SCHUTTER, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F, KOOB, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-4917 Physicians & Surgeons '. 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4490 ' OPTOMETRIST^' ^ . L. SNYDER ' Optometrist 113 East State ; Telephone CY 4-874 Close^Baturday Afternoons SAWYER and ERICKSOW Eyeg JJxarained Bast State Strfet Algona, Iowa Phone CVpms ? T 2198 Hours; 9:00 a.rn. to 5;00 p.m. DENTISTS ODEice .Plfice At 632 E. CY 4-?W4

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