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EXPLORER JOHN GLENN WELCOME, COUNTY 4-H ''• When President Lincoln sighad into, IqW a > ' ''fevertil hundred years bgo three invenjions "till thai eventoalfy led to iKrf esfabilshmfcnf of incurred vjniih, chewed -th* old world Into d §8 Idhd-gradt college's tfrt.d'tlnlvfefsHies' he heaed; he*/ World. -' ' , 4 L A „,„„!„«,>, Pfe bfomofe the liberal dnd practical education Onei was the Invention of the mariner s e'f the industrial classes In the several pursuits compass wh.ch made if possible ta > steer and In Ufa " chart a course regardless of Weather. Another in lite. . invention of gunpowder which com;• Even though Llpeo.ln,was saddened by civil j pe || ee j peo ple to live |pgether in larger units of strife which wds- tearing, the nation 6p6rt/ he efidj soe ^ t y f or safety. The '.third was the'" fnventlon •envision d United States where higher educatiOfu | O f printing which brought 'the wisdom' of the " ' .'•*' "would be>'dVd!lable to all . Would h6.be comforted to know that; 1QO years later Over half alsmillion students are-'enrolled in lahd-gfdnt instilutions ? Oif that these large numberl of people and permitted fr'ee exchange of ideas. , ; • Historians of the future may well look,back upon our day as another one in which new in"of discovery, ,edycation,aj establishmerffs also are the fjpujv ventions created a rtew world '-tdthheotj 1 of r ,<3gricul»u(-dl, technological 'and | earn j n g and human relationships, ''scientific'knowledge'for the very-young? Qne of the modern historic For more than a half century, our land- 'grant universities and colleges have been "extending" such information to 4-H Club member's. Today more than 93,000 clubs, from Majne, to California/ are well info the 1962 program.' • The agency that directs 4'H work is the .... r moments was when Enrico Fermi triggered the first'successful experiment in nuclear,fission, Here was released an awesome new power that makes annihilation the alternative to world brotherhood and peace. It also holds promise of fantastic material benefit. Col. Glenn's space flight, the first American ^Cooperative 'Extension Service, an educational orbiting of the earth, introduces an era of disarm of ?h>, 'land-grant system and the USDA. '--- ' »i-._i.!__ .1 .u._* ~t .u« i c»u One of its functions is 'to supervise extension personnel and 4-H activities in some .3,000 counties involving 400,000 volunteer adult leaders, •and 2.3 million 4-H'ers between the ages of 10 and 21 years. , ; . This week (March 3-10) the entire nation covery no less breathtaking than that of the 15th Century. Photographs of space beyond space indicate the possible existence of whole new galaxies. Who can say what may or'may not exist,in the outer reaches of space? Historically speaking radio and TV have just been invented. Today we see anything in joins in the celebration of National 4-H Club the U.S. happen, as it happens. Tomorrow,-satel- •••' • - •• •- , , . t.... .. ._• ,- lite .communication systems will bring actions throughout'the world to our vision and consciousness at the moment of happening. In a real way each of us will be involved with all men everywhere. There are understandably many doubts about this adventure into space. It may be that ,we are, somehow or other, plunging our own world toward oblivion, or bankruptcy, or global and even interplanetary war on a scale that would mean complete destruction for everyone. But we are caught in a flow of events.y/hich we cannot stop. We-have orbited men in space around the world; 'our 'next move will be to launch them toward-other planets. We can qnly hope that somehow this entire dramatic period in space science will somehow bring a better world, and not total disaster. * i '*•'" * " : NOTHING TO BE PRQUD QF On a farm program over'the air, the oth.er day, we heard a widely kno,wn leader of.a national farrn orgpnizatipn'tJiscyssing some of his work in 'connection with lobbyingi'.in- Congress HeititetL t a-.*p??ilJ$-'txartpip>$f-.$$$ng- "Senator "from North Dakota"/Who 'indicated he did not-favor',a certain bill .when the lobbyist visited him. Up told'the ; lobbyist that he did riot feel the people of his state favored it. Two weeks later'the' lobbyist returned to the same senator's office. The senator greeted him warmly, told him that he had in the preceding two weeks received considerable mail favoring the bill, and that perhaps after all his people were not all against it, and that he ' would vote for jt. . • •» nif Tn jtvj • The radio speaker chuckled at all of this. Upper JBC» ^iTtlOinCS ,, WQS obvious fhat in the two-week interim he Week. President Kennedy has taken time' to convey a special message to the 4-H'ers and plans to see a delegation in his White House office. Statesmen, business and civic leaders, 'and parents will participate irT local, state and national events to mark'the week. Saturday, March 10, the county 4-H boys ond girls clubs will be guests in Algona, with liub displays in some 45 different local business places. They are welcome guests. We hope that it will be possible for most of our citizens to drop around and see samples of the projects to be on display. ' *"'''•'* * * ^TEN YEAR (COMPARISON '. In the 10-year interval from 1950 to 1960, the per capita cost for ALL government expenditures in Kossuth county (local city, local town, local county, local school taxes) ros.e 87.6 percent, according to figures just released by the Iowa Taxpayers Ass'n-for counties in Iowa. The per capita cost of all couny government schools rose an average of 106.9 percent or $562 million. Expenditures for government and school climbed 20 times faster than the population in the state as a whole. As we contemplate the problems of business solvency, operating costs, and why people go somewhere else, the above figures might be worth thinking about. 111 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Second clasi postage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. had successfully propelled his organization in North Dakota to flood the senator's mail urging passage of the bill. Thus are bills passed in Congress, on occasions. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr. JACK PURCELL. Foreman NATION At EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA One Year, in advance „_._ S4.00 Both AJuona papers, in combination, per year $600 Single Copies 10c SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA One Year, in advanet .. __ $5.00 Bolh Alguna papers, in combination/pur year $7.00 No subscription less than 6 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST Perhaps this is the way we have to operate our government. Yet it is not the right way. When paid lobbyists can pull strings that force votes for or against various measures, it would seem to us that while they are earning a good living, they have very little of which to be proud. * * * Some say the reason the operators of a switchboard are always women is because only a bunch of women could keep so many conversations going in one room at the same time. We live in a small town, so if anyone calls and gets the wrong number they go ahead and talk anyway. — Davis County Republican * * * Newspapers are like women. They both have forms; back numbers are not in demand; they always have the last word; they are all worth looking over; they have a good deal of influence; there's small demand for the bold-faced type, but they do attract attention. — What Cheer Patroit-Chronicle * * * Soaking a wedding ring three times daily in dishwater makes it last longer. — Schaller Herald. * * * According to Dan McGilicuddy, middle age is when your narrow waist and broad mind begin to change places. — Cowrie News during ro , ine H uu« „,».«—-.^.t—t .w^-wSiSs^^s^!* Moihel' Bode*, withid ^MfMi^idgh.MfitKlOfj^aei^eStMalt, 2-3 g»Sr<^»feffi^«.^-*J^^--l^^>.- •' awwp™? 1 '.lai'ftfioiiiflipaa s Lll.: f^fflpFw ta rrfer^'pr,t SSSs^is^ ;^2jf' (ki tern6ofl,Appointed "J. F. Overiny .'Who.C^gfiW ' i*P fJSv -•' l ' - -.vTHE* ^i * *,.• in, "I-Aiij A^..«<tir>Mn« i-n fUido AHiT..snArtflBit .find Montv ... ! -'•••PP t tendent of the Algona , public ~™', -,»»»,* ,' * , , Schools, had been on the council ft&8.,tf.,,W.'fl|dfflJI|oii 6f^ for the past eight years and had pjcWd the'/firel bibomuig-;i & top recbfd in'the post. He retif- flBflf,"jfrpnf. ner 4 yF d , ;-<--ed as "superintendent in 1933 and d4y7 Spring Was due-iff aVftye" of/, <; v *'•;!$??? had been^-a resident "of Algona Ma1Iy"-M&f,>2i;,so,sHe,had'Sb/jut »M«»^«afl^^ since i0te. The council would now v, -—'•' """,f '",".';—;,..^ '^'"'JflOTy "Now remenibet 1 , M on you to'disepWrage/me every ' a checkl" — I'm ttepcndiiig ery time I'm > ' Washington highlights * Capital fry H^r have to appoint someone to take Mr. Overmyer's post on the governing body. * * • An Algona fireman, Ray Andci-" son, severely sprained an ankle and tore ligaments in his leg while fighting a fire at the Magnnsott home here Tuesday night. It was expected that he would be confined to his home for some time. * . * * , Burt belted Algona high school, 39-18, to win the sectional basketball title here Saturday night. The Bears advanced to the district meet at< Estherville with the victory. Here are the results of the INSURANCE ' r ' ' V *AI 1 J. (Arle). • HosnitaUzation' , Health & Accident Life —'AUto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State ' ' CY 4-4529 A group of 4,000 college students *omic and political maturity it will meet: Whittemore 35, Fenton 22; have just left Washington''after have offered no vital response to Lone Rock 25, Wesley 13;.Burt 31, telling the President hoW t6'' ; ruh the challenge of Communishm. Corwith 25; Titpnka 37, Lone Rock tu« „„..«»..., ' ' ''"• . \in«r ion't fhnt iii«t HnnHv? Have on. •tJonnt-nff Sf .TnVin'o 44 T WhUtfl- the country. Now isn't that just dandy? Have 28; Bancroft St. John's 44, Whitte- ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY, J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGEN.CY ' . All Lines of .Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan The message they tried to con- these youngsters not heard of the m ore 28; and Titonka 31, St. John's vey to the Chief Executive was American foreign aid program. 29. ' disturbing'if not outright danger- Year after year Congress appro- • * .* bus. It is a message that calls for priates billions of dollars, most of Bean Soup Day in Algona proved appeasing the Russians. ? it in the form of economic assis- successful from the standpoint of » "'•""• , lance to foreign countries. The Defense Bond sales — and the For several days these young- whole idea has been,to help these soup was good, too, A total of 629 7N. Dpdge Phone CY 4-2735 sters picketed the- White House countries —.especially the newer bowls of'soup were served fronvl " — and flooded the city with copies of-nations — to get oh then- feet so to 5 p.m. at 10 cafes and lunch propaganda booklets devoted to that they will not succumb to Com- rooms and persons who consumed what they call "Student Action for munism. Does this show that the the soup purchased '$6,000 worth a Turn Toward Peace.'" '• '" '• United States has been unwilling to of bonds and $79 worth of Defense I do not like some* of their sug- commit its resources'and creative stamps, gestions for bringing peace'to the energies? It most certainly does . • • • world. And I am sure President not. ' Twenty-eight more Kossuth coun- • * * ty men- reported for military ser- And finally the youngsters make vice, leaving here for Des Moines this bold statement, "We insist Sunday noon. Three of the latest Some of their statements Wdi- ^at this government turn its en- nuiftber--were volunteers. The cate an appaling 'lack of jntelli- ergy and resources toward secur- coun ty draft board met Monday gerice and, in some instances, com- in S a J ust peace." and assigned Cumbers Jo cardsjrf plete ignorance of what is happening in the world today. We hear BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge " Phone CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile r Farni Polio Insurance Kennedy will accept none of their advice. CIJtARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, ; Life, General Phone CY 44512 thm saying, for exaple, ."It . „ is unfortunate that these col- re seeminelv tnem saying, tor example, . n is, $ 0 ill-informed' Are they not aware urgent that the United States act S that'the United States has pursued now to promote peace." >'!& policy of 'seeking a just peace jUWell, it has been my feeling;all^jf or year Up0 n year? That:we have £ u ' a " KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY Lola Scuffham, Mj^ 3 ^ The local school election, as •HfiRBST INS. AGENCY For*' ''Auto, House, 'Household Goods, and Many Other Forms. ' Phone CY 4-3733 ' " ', ,,' « Ted S. Herbs!" ,> wljiaj States, above And there is th are not satisfied that this' government has done all it can do to re- and the immediate ."Must we this nonsense? to eliminate the that lead to war? think these "youngsters haven't They '. They need help. were 165 votes cast. Re-elected here were Mrs. D. D'. Monlux, 6!) votes, D. L. Leffert, 6,7 votes, and E. M. Schemmel, 77 votes for the Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. Pictures of two area girls bas- The record is cmniincntly clear that the 'United States has done virtually everything humanly possible, to try to eliminate the danger of war. This has been American policy since the birth of the Re- Dublic. These youngsters — perhaps misguided in their motives — also sought to determine what they believe is the best military defense You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KAUSPELL, MONTANA ROCK-BOTTOM RATfS, Harold C. Sumlct CY 4-2341 DALE W. LOCKWOOD The Equitable'Life Assurance Society Of The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 Over Offic? Phone'— CY,' .4-3373 ' Hours:'9:00^ 5:00' * Open Friday Night Monday—Wednesdays—Friday Di. 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 Real CY 4-3469 DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St • Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4 7 2277 , 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 ' CYpi-ess 4-4331 Residence JOHN M. SCHUTTER, M.. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB, M. D. j»atesidence,':Phone CY 4-4917 |i * '• Physicians & Surgeons : 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4490 OPTOMETRISTS OH. L. U SNYD£H ' Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone'CY 4-2715 closed Saturday Afternoons RICHARD A. MOEN Representing that should be erected by the Dear Dan: I don't have any problems but I just love writing and United States to discourace a Rus- -sending things to people. I'm wondering if those reading my letter, FEDERATED INSURANCE sian attack especially if they're sick or just plain lonely, would care to drop me a Modern One-Stop Insurance Seryi "... • -ijne'I'll answer every snigle letter even if my Mom and Dad go broke Business — Home — Car — Lif The best-military .brains in.this paying for stamps, country, after tremendous study Enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope would help heaps and with the help of the latest in- - Judy McTavish, 68 Green Circle^ Dorval, Quebec, Canada. mSThe decisionVSvTus^he Dear Dan: You tell us girls to be ladies when we date but what right balance in niilifary equh) does a girl do when the only boys dating are only interested in the St. But our young Sors have other type of girls, I've got very high standards and I've ajso got a h»r ««m M»J sorry dating record. I've had three dates since last September and Service Life Phone CY 4-4955 P.O. Box 337 Algona, Iowa Farm Management their own ideas. In this age of maximum danger » « w er . en>t . fo , r , i several of my friends : in the same boat, we wouldn't a^rf S th d in C i ded uD W to 7%, ""'Yefthe girls; who cooperate with the boys are never lacking for MTnutlmen 6 LsTfand P4 0 miss'iS ^tes. Don't misunderstand me, I don't intend to change but how come? — Puzzled. . „,,. . f Dear Puzzled: There's really nothing to puzzle over. There are girls •» no].H Jif and there are girls and there are boys and there are boys. If your w fin ti'nv * friends and you don't /eel you should compromise yourselves for the w inv sake of popularity and you shouldn't, don't. The other girls may seem to be having all the fun but they're also running up a score which they'll eventually regret. Carlion Farm Management ' ' Company N Dodge Ph. CY 4-2891 Drs. SAWYER and ERICSSON Eyes Examined " Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone CYpress 4-2198 Hours: 6:00 a.m, to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. C. M. O'CONNOR Optomttrist Visual Anayfsis & Visual Training 108 South Harlan St. (Home Federal Bldg,) PHONE CY 4-3743 DENTISTS DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-4341 DR. J. B. HARRIS, JR. Denlisi AJ 622 E, 8ta}« t Phone CY 4-2334 more missiles leterrence." But how do they jnow.? i » • And they proclaim; "This country is compelled to devote an increasing part of its hu- the THIS NEWSPAPER IS READ BY MORE FAMILIES IN KOSSUTH COUNTY THAN ANY OTHER PUBLICATION - DAILY, WEEKLY OR MONTHLY. THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER hK - t arms race. Schools, hospitals, medical research projects are shunted aside while billions arc spent for instruments of war. Mil- ,Dear Dan: My boy friend and some of his friends want to raise mustaches and I know they'll look silly. They don't intend to geep them but I'm opposed to the idea. I've even told my steady if he tries to grow a mustache, he can forget where I live until he decides to be sensible again. Don't you agree with me ? — Mad .Steady. "" Dear Mad Steady: You girls break a bottle of dye in your hair and tliink nothing of it so why shouldn't your boy friend be given his moment for o glorious week-end in Minneapolis stay at the New ) lions of men spend their lives do- . glo j, y , L et him grow the mustache or at least make the attempt and siin - - signing and building these instru- , s J he - s g 0 prou cl 6f himself, burst put laughing. ments, who might be freed to wage v "~~Among the rib'-ticklers not found on the funny pages of newspapers war against disease, hunger and are th e gi r j s 0 |i3 trying to appear nonchajant as they cripple along in ignorance.^ ^ ^ a p^jrof spikes and high school boys and'their mustaches, • ~ • • Jjf ft $ Very well. N 7 o one can argue that ', Dear Dan: My girl's father runs the only bowling alley in town and it would not be wonderful to take eve rytime we go there on a date, hp has to run over and start giving the billions we spend on defense instructions. He hogs the whole evening and I'm getting fed up with it. and spend it instead for badly- T Unow he doesn't mean any harm but after all, when a guy only has needed schools, on hospitals and about three hours with a girl, he doesn't want her father hanging on research to solve the riddle of ar0 und. Would it be ail right to tell the girl how I feel anjj then maybe cancer, heart disease and all the che can tell her Pad -without hurting his feelings ? — Bowler, rest. But this isn't being practical. ''Dear Bowler: I think it would be all right. When you break the news We cannot let down our guard as to your gW, don't criticize her father or your bowling may be done long as the threat of Russian ag- My* in the future'. Tefl ber thai her father is such a good bawler, he gression exists. We must spend makes you nervo«s when he's trying tc instruct and see what she has these billions of dollars to protect to say. ourselves. There is no alternative. pear Dan: Five of us girls want to know if it weuld be §U rigfet to ' • • buy our te&her a birthday present togejhjer. We've talked iq the otter And then we arc advised that jrfds and tbex don't want U> Chip ii) so wouj,d it b £ all right to go ahead untfl jthe United States' is willing on<our OWO ? — F* v ^ ^P^to cpmrnit its resources and ere- Dear Sophs: The present given by only five from a class Qjf 2Q, 30 alive energies to the struggle for or 40 would please your teacher but prove embarrassing too.'Buy'a development and help new nations nice card, no present, and sign if "fb,e fijfss,"-. ^jat-way, you/y • accomplish the transition to econ- 'remembered and the teacher won'J be embarrassed. Ai the New Holel .Maryland, on sn\ weekend. yq« will gel a large double room, breakfasi lot two in (he Maryland's fahu- lout Orleifns rQoiji, free TV an ri parking fr«« lodging 10 children under If yhen accompanied by partnu. Special reduced raici it All CONOITICJNjp 74PIQOM*

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