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Upper Be* Molne* Tuesday, May 15, 1962 CHANGING TIMES It seems that changing times are having an effect on many lines of activity other than the ordinary retail businesses. At Belmond, there is genuine concern because General Mills has announced that it will withdraw completely from the feed business. General Mills has been marketing feeds under the trade name of "Larro''. Their Belmond plant has been one of several that manufactured the formula feeds, called "Sure Feeds." The shutdown was announced Feb. 28. In announcing the decision to close, the company pointed out that poultry prices have been below the cost of production, and that as a result their poultry feed operations had been unprofitable. General Mills itself will merely discontinue an unprofitable unit of its business. To the people at Belmond it could mean a considerable loss, unless the plant is diverted to other activities. And it emphasizes only too well that when the farmer is forced to operate at no profit, or less than the cost of production, his situation has a more far-reatching effect than just in his own farmyard. * * * WHAT IS A PROFESSION? Britt News-Tribune — A minority of New York City teachers may have done their colleagues an injustice by the recent "teachers' strike" in that city. Of the 40,000 teachers in New York, less than 3,000 went out on strike, although many more are members of the union affiliated with AFL-CIO. Teachers have been trying to establish a "professional" status over a period of years, but they did this rating no good by striking. They have relegated themselves to a position comparable to trade and craft unions, which have a stronger reason for collective bargaining. Teachers, as is the practice in Iowa, are hired on an individual basis by contract. By doing a latisfactory job in the classroom they have no ,'rouble renewing that contract, and usually at a higher rate of salary. The nation's supply of teachers is such that if the salary offer by one school is not satisfactory, there seems to be ample opportunity to apply at other schools. If teachers are to build a professional status, as they like to maintain, they would be ahead to keep this independence of choice and movement. They can't eat off of both ends of the loaf of bread. * * * Someone suggests that the worst punishment that could be inflicted on a woman would be to lock her in a room with 100 hats and no mirrow ! — Columbus Gazette. * * * Housework is something you do that nobody notices unless you don't do it! — Dallas Center Times. * * * A fellow wouldn't mind loaning his mower if the borrower wouldn't take it out of the yard. — Kiron Weekly News LET THEM GO A New Jersey resident, who has been having his daughter educated in Russia, says he wants to leave the United States and take his family to Russia to make their future home. He added that he just wants to get out of the country, to Russia, or even Cuba if he can't get to Russia. He is seeking a passport, but having trouble getting one. Reason is the his native state of Georgia will not give him the necessary birth certificate. Perhaps this is a case where some exception to the rule should be made. If the man wants to go to Russia or Cuba, and either will grant him entry, let him go. That's about the best way we can think of to make him realize just what he had — and left behind — in the U.S.A. * * * HOW ABOUT SAFFLOWER OIL? We know something about corn, soybeans and sorghum, but has anyone in our area investigated the possibilities of raising safflower plants ? Safflower oil is just beginning to reach prominence as a food product; it comes from the safflower plant, an aster-like herb which is being grown mainly in the Imperial Valley of California, and Arizona, but which can also be grown in at least part of the Great Plains states. We don't know about Iowa ? But we can grow Just about anything else except tropical plants, why not safflowers ? Safflower oil can be used and has been high school hall of fame Monday Elizabeth Holtzbauer, 67, succumb- Sexton. 'The, caf caught fire after when he pitched a no-hitter. The ed here followjng a stroke. She it was struck and was dragged 300 team he shut off without a blow? had operated her 'o\vn 'millinery ffeel after me collision. The auto St. John's of Bancroft. The locals department in the Christensen stalled on the crossing and luck- won the game 4-1, with Kramer store here until her final illness, ily the man, wife and child man- getting two hits for St. Cecelia's. Funeral services were held at St. aged lo scramble out of the ma- Quite a lengthy search would have Cecelia's Catholic 1 - church, -with chine just befofe it was hit by'the to be conducted to find another burial at Calvary cemetery. train. . Fcnton high school's baseball An * * * estimated 600-700 persons had started at on their way to an FAITH i.iwi.uuj Ulbwl 11UU1I. V/U1 pUO I/Ill Idtl tration. Many objections to the got its lone run in the first and increase had been filed after the Algona got single runs in the sec- company announced the price in- ond and fifth frames to win as contest in which St. John's, al- been held without a hit. team clinched the Kossuth-Ernmet were expected to attend the an* * * County Line Conference champion- • nual community school picnic at This one appeared in Rtiss Wai- ship during the week. The loop Titonka May 21. Following the ler's Odds and Ends — Seems champs, with one game left to noon meal, ,a band concert, soft- funny that our hard-taxed nation play, had a 9-0 record and Lone ball games and a game between was founded to escape taxation. Rock was second with a 7-3'mark. the east side and west side men, * * * Fenton Had ?a spilt in! two 'games were to be held. All Titonka busi- Miss Bertha Godfrey, well-known with Algona's, high-flying Bulldogs ness places were slated to close and well-liked Algona klndergar- during the season — and had: been from 10 a.m. to, 4 p.m. ten teacher, had announced plans the only tearri to beat Algona J ' to retire after 26 years in the lo- ,*•'** • » METEORITE gan ta°c°l!in?heTe ^Mta Godfrey Thrc< 5 "'T'- H? Sanb ° rn ' Ia ' Harold Middleton < Wh ° HvGS " ear also augh iLuVerne and Hum es ° ap - ed 3 £ am £ g death . M6nday Guthrie Center recently /ound a aiso taiignt at uiyeine arm Hum- morning when the auto in which meteorite that showed evidence of vnnmLoM they were rid i ng was struck and a once extremely high temperature nan ri li dernol ! shed b y the Milwaukee and the area around where it was was"to'"be nonm-ed'aT'a tPn at thP Road ' s westbound Passenger train found was covered with a white high school rnexVom 2 to 5pm at the highway , 18 Cr6ssil * east of ash ' and all former students and friends were invited to attend. * * * Algona high school's baseball team ran its.winning streak to 12 straight and advanced to the finals of the sub-state baseball tournament with a 2-1 decision over Corpus Christ! of Fort Dodge Monday afternoon. Corpus Christ! For a glorious week-end in Minneapolis stay at the New crease several weeks earlier. used in paints, but lately it has been discovered that safflower oil has the highest poly-unsaturated content of any vegetable oil now on the market. This means it contains the least content of cholesterol, which is what medical science has said leads to development of heart disease. In other words, safflower oil appears to be on the threshhold of replacing other ingredients which produce more cholesterol. But to get back to what we started to say. Maybe this saffiower plant might have a future, and if so, who wants to start raising it? It is already being used in some margarines in other parts of the country. Even if you are on the right track, if you just sit there, you' Twiner get run over. — Woodbine IN TM* FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES May 19, 1942 The Navy Relief Fund, which topped the county quota almost a month earlier, totaled $3,803.84 to John Dolc - hurlcr for St. Ccccl 10 YEARS :AGO Duane Devine hurled a one-hitter. Hutchinson and Rusch each got two of Algona's seven blows. * » • Harry Nolle, Algona's official weather observer, received official notification of his appointment as meteorologist for this area. Word 'of the appointment came from the U. S. Weather Bureau. Meanwhile, the high temperature reading during the week was 71 degrees May 13-14, and the low was 41 degrees May 19. You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA ••, . r 'A 'cohmm for teen-agers. By Don Halllgan- PATRIOTS AND SUPER PATRIOTS Miami (Fla.) Herald — These are dull days for the patriot with the super patriot having all the fun. Patriot is plodding along with all his human fears and failings worrying about <2dgomt tipper pics IU E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, luwa Second clan poilage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 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 American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Filth Ave., New Ymk la, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA One Vi><jr. in advance Bolh AlRuna papuiv in Single Copies SJ 00 $BOO lllL SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA Out- Year, in advance [('•Hi Algcjiid papcis, in roinbnialuin u • MiljsiTiptKm less, Uian 6 munllii S5.00 $" 00 OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST the mortgage payment, the kids' grades, how long the tires will last, and living in the same world with rescals boasting of their megatons. Men and monkeys zoom around the world, there's cannibalism in the Congo and a bearded wildman on the doorstep. Patriot is concerned about his country and will fight and die for it, without much fuss, jusl as his forbears have. He's against communism, pays his taxes, and can be counted on to uphold and perhaps uplift the standards of his community. A year ago he took part in choosing a President, and feels the man elected is in the spot to know what needs to be done. Patriot is anxious to help and wishes there were some simple solution, but does not think it lies in pushing all the buttons. So he settles down to a long haul and goes about his daily routine, confused perhaps but hopeful. Only to be more confused by super patriot, who alternately cajoles and berates him. Patriot minds his own business pretty much. Super patriot has clandestine meetings, secret handshakes and jousts with presidents past, present and future. Patriot trie-, his best to keep up with the news. Super patriot bugs him for not reading selected :by SP) literature for homework every r.ight. Patriot is proud of the flag. Super patriot bullies him for not waving it all day long. In his slow way, patriot likes to see both sides of a story. Super patriot chastises his indecision. If patriot demurs, he is labeled all colors of the rainbow. So spare a thought this weekend for patriot, bumbling along minus the perfection of his superiors. Not only is he missing all the fun. He's in danger of being silenced altogether. * * * Quality has everything in its favor including the price. * * * The trouble with golf is that by the time you can afford to lose a ball you can't hit it far enough to lose it. date, according to Theo Hutchi- ia's Academy, Algona, entered the A well-known Algona woman, snn pntinrv nnairman f«n *u« ° son, county chairman for the drive. The amount was certain to top $4,000, which was almost triple; the quota set. As is normally true, Kossuth county residents were doing a great job with their donations. * * * Due to the fact evenings were longer and farmers remained in the fields until a later hour, local men's clothing stores had deckled to stay open until 11 p.m. each Saturday. The plan, announced by store owners, was to be in effect until, the end of August. " • i "- * * * Twelve seniors at St. Cecelia's Academy here were slated fo graduate Sunday night. In the class Dear Dan: I have a problem like most girls of 17. I have been going . with a very nice boy for a year and two months. He would do almost anything for me. Well, my problem is that some of the girls from school have told me how much fun they have with him in class At lunch we eat together but he's always fooling around with a certain few girls. He's always teasing ihem and they tease back If I say something, he says he's just having fun but if he likes me AID CONDmoNIB tOO tOOMi tOO SPARKUN* T1UIATH1 Professional Directory ii r. . .'. °— ».»«t,o wciu oieduy, yuu weren l SUDDOSeu to were Robert Kmsey, Mary Win- help me with this puzzle ? -Loretta icrt, Leo Kirschbaum, Ruth Holtz- Dear Loretta: The basic rule of going steady is that the bov and cirl bauer, Mathias Hentges, Arlene don't date others. There's nothing in theT book that says a |S*canW Hargreaves, Pauline Neuroth, friendly toward other girls or even "fool around" with them James Mahoney, Florence Klocke, I think most of the problem is you. The little ereen nwa.n K o 11 a s c h, John Heider- the name plate "Mr. Jealousy" is perched on vour •inrl /"*!*-» *«*•!«*• T7Ml* n «l mmnnt ..„..— I r • i , < .. . . J v/ui INSURANCE K ' schidt and Clement Elbcrt. u/ith - , ur i can* expect your boy friend to completely isolate himself Remember vou have the winning hand as of now. The boy "fools around" with the It was learned here that Km- other girls at school but you're the one he dates and likes for a Girl met Clarence Hovey, son of Mr. friend. b and Mrs. Edwin Hovey, and Char- You can be just as friendly toward other boys without fcelinc les Homer Lindhorst, son of Mr. you're violating your going steady rule book. and Mrs. H. Lindhorst, all of Al- * * * gona, had received petty officer . Dcar Dan: My best friend and his girl intend to get married the ratings in the U. S. Navy. Both n 'Sht of our graduation from high school and he wants me to be his were located at Great Lakes Na- lx ' st man - Tne big trouble is that they're going to elope to the next val Training Station, 111. sta te and the marriage won't be popular with either his parents or the « irl ' s parents. The parents want them to wait at least until October but nave tneir minds made up. 1>m not so concerned about my friend being mad because I won't best man but rm worried about the marriage itself. Should I A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 E. State Dorothea Bjustrom (she's now Mrs. Frank Moulton), daughter of BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom of Algona, was selected to serve as an attendant to the water carnival queen at Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell, S. D. Miss Bjustrom was also chosen vice BOHANNON INSURANCE — — -» — *•*• v*c~»iuii tu^v noun, LJIIUU1U I w£<JT VXCjtJ the parents or keep quiet and hope everything works out? - A 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Friend. Dear Friend. Telling the parents may stop the boy and girl from a June wedding but if they have their minds made up, they'll probably run away at the first chance they get. Talk to your buddy, try to show us parents' side of this. Being asked to wait a few months shouldn't ! or break the marriage and if the couple can get the- blessings of the four parents in October, why should they want to disappoint and hurt those who raised them from the cradle ? "Hoping" the elopement will work out is about as risky a start in Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance president of the Women's Athletic , P^ren s side of this. Being asked to wait a few months shouldn't Association at Dakota Wesleyan (mak f or break the Carriage and if the couple can get the blessings of » » , "^°' L J ra "- the four narents in Ortnhpr vuhv chn,,iri »!,„,, .,,,,.,1 .„ .1: .... Another very large e^ (similar to one reported in this column SffK-fe r^-r '* inar^waCuTSS est find came from a flock on * * * SweaX u a weTghed r " ,Tunce°s r ,P". r D " n , ! My ? hW S » yS *»'* bci "8 «™* l ° ^ this friend of her ^si? h ^r' M< ^ JeT-mg r my girl ' s fault but that doesnit heip what ""ffl• * £in ounce more than the Larson on Date No "l acting" nrnAitnt *i e '• ' "^'"a - -- J •"«• «*•-», >?v.^ijiiug tU UU UUJUU, aHU 311 product ' . . . the / est ° f 'L P^aps this might break the chain of dating. Then too Th T . f .. . . . ., perhaps one of her girl friends would be "thrilled to death" to date a , "«., r " escl , a - v clul > at '-uVerne college boy. Get your heads together and see what you can work out held its final meeting of the year If nothing works, I agree that the parents aren't being fair to Zu at the u. W. Will borne. Members * * * planned a visit to the Kossuth Haiti Hanson, a 17-year-old Minnesota girl, would like to hear from county home where they were go- teen-agers of 17, 18 and 19, especially those interested in snorts Her ing to present a program and favorites are horseback riding, archery and camnine Patti HVPS nt treats to the persons living there. 520 First Avenue North East, Brainerd, Minn. • • « Loi-S Klll)(ll'S nf KpltVC T«vuc rtiHn'l ;„,.!., Movies slated to show here 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, liou.se, Household Good:;, and Many Other Forms Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbs! . . „ .. proved to be a big disappointment a 12 year old, seeming to be bored, and all Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. ROCK-BOTTOBT KATES, Harold p. Sundct Sri > CY4 « m Lois Rhodes of Keltys, Texas, didn't include her age but she does want pen pals, especially thpse who like to swim and ride horses. She's OALE W, LOCKWOOD The Equitable v Life Assurance Society Of The United States YEAR AFTER YEAR . . . ..FOR 98, IN FACT MQRi FAMILIES IN THIS AREA READ THIS NEWSPAPER THAN ANY OTHER PERIODICAL, DAILY, WEEKLY OR MONTHLY. THE AtGONA DES MQINES Movies slated to show here I* want pen pals especially thpse who like to swim and ride horses She's The United States eluded "Valley of. the Sun", with probably m the 14 to 16-year-old age bracket so take it from'there Burt - I°wa Phone 201 Lucille Ball, James Craig and Lols address is Box 43, Keltys, Texas. • : Dean Jagger, "The Mayor of -14th . T WO '"'""'s sisters, Linda and Judy Lahr, would like pen pals Linda 1UCUAKU A. MOEN Street", with George Murphy, '* 14 "»d wants pen pals about 14 or 15. Judy is 16 and wouldMike to ™nnn%SM2So * Anne Shirley and Richard Bar $- tear torn kids 16. and older. Their address is 125 Frore £ venue L ncoln M f OPERATED INSURANCE mess, "Call Out the Marines", with Illlnols - «vwiw,, uncotn, Modern Qne-fetop Insurance Service i/'» »».i .1 i ,~. . . f l'«i i-i-t i l >..,.,. ,,f M „ ..i u /*i i • r ... . . . ._ Kllw:t imc?c .^^ Hnmo ___ f uf I Itn mess, "Call Out the Marines", with Victor McLaglen and Edmund Lowe and "Rio Rita", with Abbott and Costello. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Madia and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, all of Whittemore, escaped injury Tuesday evening when the Mucha a^ito ran into a cow 1' i miles south of Bancroft. The cow belonged to R. J. Welp of Bancroft. Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Monday—Wednesday—Friday Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. State St. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat. 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4G77 Res. CY 4-3469 DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE. M, D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK. M. 0. 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 Olfice 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 OPTOMETRISTS UJ* 8NYOER Optometrist 113 East State Alaona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoon* Terry Joyce of North Carolina forgot to include his age in his letter and t he ™™ "Terry" fits either a boy or a girl. This is a puzzler isn't !i on " oute ' Business — Home — Car — Life Phone CY 4-4955 P.O. Box 337 Algona, Iowa ... West ' )f "• i2 , WA U W» sought by M,ary Lpu Kirchmar, 6435 La , ke ttoad> Route J ' HaiT ' s o»- Mich. Mary Lou is ' U and in 15 percent surcharge on rates, effective May 15, in "order to cooperate with the national effort and to comply with a request Virginia Swcariugen is a 10-year-old Utah girl who likes to ride uth S 320 1 Wetl'"SS e Utah Wntifl6 yla> ' S Wd St ° rieS - ShC U ^ es al m I'atsy Hush wants pen pals of 14* 15 and 16 and says she will answer Canada" * * SU " ny Acrcs Uoad| Kil) « s " o n Ont., and will be able to tell all pen pals about the t&a.t s be* home - 4,45 Fijrst St,. UanviJLte, JOHN T. 'Ill Lutheran Mutual Life Ins. Co. "An old Line Legal Reserve Co." 114 So. Main Box 412 Algona, la. Ph. CY 4-4539 Form Management is Route 1, Little Falls, Mvui. «mMit~.-s Stephanie Olexa says she's a 12-year-old girl who likes swimmina reading, knitting and painting. If anyone is interested in bk*omln?h« t ,ui pal, lUc> may vuilu tu uui at Kij* bullivau SUcut, Betlilchm Pa • - — .-.,„_„. .„„„...,,, .....^...g Qllu ^aiming, u anyone is imerestec the office of puce adiuinii- j,ui pal, llic> may write lo uur at W9 bullivau Slrcut, CaiUoo Fwro Managemenl Compsnr N Dodge Ph. CY 4-2891 On. SAWYER and ERICK8QH Eyes Exanune4 Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street D . Algona, Iowa Phone CYpress 4-8196 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. aiose4 Saturday AJternoonj ... , A Jp^metrist Visual Anayfsis 4 Visual Training Contact Lenses 108 Ssoutij Jftarlao St. (Home Federal Bldg.) ..——^.gf^J' -.-.-,„-_. ^.,^..^,BmBOTL DENTISTS PR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bide. Office phone CV P8, J. B, HAURlg, P«oHnt M m E. $*•*•

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