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2-Ale&no (la.) Upper Dtt Maine* Tuesday, June 5, 1962 tiff ev Pe$fllome$ CORN SURPLUS REDUCED The U.S.D.A. has announced that stocks of corn in storage have declined over a period of the past six months by 8 percent of the total, compared with corn in storage a year earlier. Over half of this was corn under loan or owned by the C.C.C. while the remainder was privately owned. HOW WOULD THIS WORK? A bl-parlisan commission including two former presidents and three unsuccessful candidates for the presidency (Eisenhower, Truman, Nixon, Stevenson and Dewey) has endorsed a proposal for tax incentives to spur political con tributions. Under this proposal (which thus far is not Wh^vTwe may think of the feed grain beyond the Amending stage) donations for political purposes (to elect candidates) would be allowed as income tax deductions, but not more than $10 for an individual, and $20 for a husband-wife team, jointly. There were some other recommendations, such as corporation donations of not to exceed $1,000, etc. The reasoning behind the proposal is clear enough. Political campaigns cost a tremendous amount of money, and must be financed from some source. The usual, ordinary donations are seldom sufficient to finance a real campaign. Thus, the groups with money to spend and special interests to protect, are in a position to more or less finance a candidate's campaign and perhaps pull the strings after the election as a result. Thus the intent is good. However, making donations eligible for tax deductions could lead to another whole string of abuses, and in the case of the larger donations the ''string pulling" still exists. A donation of $1,000 would carry a considerable amount of weight, the $10 donation probably very little, in decisions made after an election. But the proposal is to be presented to Congressional committee for possible introduction as a new amendment to our tax laws. * * * "SENIOR CITIZEN" OBJECTS One of the recent letters to the editor in a Des Moines paper has a touch of real humor, and points up our inclination to use fancy labels in terms of modern living. This letter is from a "senior citizen" who objects to being called a "senior citizen". He says: "We don't mind being called old duffers, or old buzzards, or old bags; these have been time- honored epithets which youths have always applied to us. They are proper and honest names." "Senior citizen is some goo-brain's idea of avoiding the nasty truth. It reminds us of an undertaker who refers to a coffin as a burial case." "We have the consoling thought that the icky-goo who coined the word senior citizen will be as old as we are if he lives long enough, and it will serve him damned well right." Now there's a "senior citizen" willing to take age as a matter of course and without any buttering up, and it sort of makes sense, too. What's wrong with a mellow, sensible, kindly, old age without a lot of unnecessary foliage ? LIQUOR-BY-THE-DRINK Emmetsburg Democrat — We do not question the sincerity of those who oppose liquor-by •the-drink. We have good friends among them in Emmetsburg and elsewhere. But we got lost when some of them compare legalizing liquor-by-the-drink to legalizing murder or larceny. There's quite a difference. Ill E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Nobody wants to legalize homicide, except pos- program, if looks as though it is achieving one of its major goals, which is to reduce the excess corn in storage over sensible reserves required. + * + "GET ACQUAINTED DAY" Next Friday will be "Get Acquainted Day" in Algona. Free trips via bus and tours of four industrial firms in Algona will be offered, starting at 9 a.m. We hope that there will be a" reasonably good response to the offer, from folks in the area around us as well as Algonans themselves. It is sometimes surprising to find that many a community of our size has its own industrial development which is so taken for granted that it is overlooked in general thinking. Our eyes often focus on distant horizons and wishful hoping that we can bring in more and newer industrial enterprises; yet right now, in the present, we have a number that are strong, going concerns worth knowing more about. This past month the observance of Iowa Beef Month took place, and Dean Barnes, extension service director for the county, released the interesting information that beef cattle were a 14"j million dollar industry in Kossuth county In 1959, a fact that town and city residents might easily overlook. And, some of our own small and medium-sized industries are in the same category. Hop a bus — take a ride — find out what's going on around the edges in the way of industry in Algona. * * * There's the story about the widow who changed the epitaph on her husband's gravestone from "Rest In Peace" — to "Rest In Peace — Till We Meet Again." Seems the husband had left his money to someone else in his will. — Forest City Summit. * * + Automobile safety belts have been likened to cod liver oil. 'Most people agree they're good for them, but few like to use them. — Lake Mills Graphic. * * * Sunday school sign, advertising a rummage sale: "Good chance to get rid of everything not worth keeping, but too good to throw away. Bring your husband." - The Kalona News * * * The best way for a housewife to have a few minutes to herself at the close of the day is to itart doing the dishes ! — Dallas Center Times. STRICTLY BUSINESS "You'll find my office door is always open, Argyle —» co 1 can keep a close eye on you I" FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES June 9. 1942 FROM THE FILES OF THE weekend, downing Lone Rock, 4-3, and Lake Mills, 10-4. Larry Chris- tetisen and Dave Walker hurled the wins for the locals, who were slated to compete in the county round-robin tournament with the other five Legion teams at the KC Park Sunday afternoon. Burt and Bancroft were slated to meet, in the opener at 1 p.m., followed by games between Lakota and Wesley and Lone Rock and Algona. « * t Theft of $25, which included small offerings given as birthday gifts, was reported by the Presbyterian church at Irvington. It had not been determMed how entrance to the sanctuary, where the money was kept, was made. * * * Too much butter cost an Ohio trucker $45 and costs in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court here during the week. The man's truck had an overload of 4,800 pounds when state weighers arrested him. The excess butter was unloaded and stored here until he could return for it. His company wired money here to pay the fine. * * * Movies slated here included "Two Tickets To Broadway", with Tony Martin, Janet Leigh and Ann Miller, "The Great Missouri Raid", featuring Wendell Corey and Ellen Di =w, "The Jackie Robinson Story", "Bright Victory", with Arthur Kennedy and Peggy Dow, "Steel Town", with Ann Sheridan, John Lund and Howard Duff, and "The Man From Planet X". * * * The mercury set a record during the week as 91 degrees was registered here June 6. The mark equalled highs in 1950 and 1951 and the last day when it was any A FLOWER AND A HEART DRUG.,. Tl.c mm1<*n pliysfelnn'i ling liolth a liCart itimiitattt 1 enllml iligilnlU, discovered almost 200 yearl ago In England. Cnrio.ii al.o.ii a SliropsMre tiertwomnn'* "mngtc I)"** which teemed to cure dropsy, Dr. William Withering ilMf-W). found Unit the active ingredient came from the foxglove plnhl.. His experiments proved ttial tlie foxglove compound, now called digitalis, could aUcngllien a failing ucarU i '. i .. -7— Tnilny, lliatik« to rmrnroli nlilci! Iiy your Hrnrt Asiocialion mill other groups, n variety of ilriign, including improved digital!* preparations, help your doctor Ircal disease! of tho heart and blood vcMck ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES hotter was Aug. 7, 1949 when the June 10, 1952 temperature hit 93. Readings dur- • * * ing the week ranged from that i-or tnc second time tluring Progress Show wis h 'g h of 91 down to 53 degrees June 1942, Algona citizens were shocked , , , L J, g .? r • j 3 by the sudden death of a mayor. s ' ated , at the K ° ssu ' h '/"-grounds J - ... J F Overmver who harl qprvrrl June 13 ~~ and wlth June beln S ™ . i j , *• uvermyer, wno naa served D . Mon , h _ the UDM ent « The customers had to wait an on the council for several years ^ a " * n d °"inted 33 naees Zs a h °" r a » er the scheduled time for before being appointed mayor ° ut an '* P™ ted 32 Pf*** Pg** activities - but it was rVTnr Q rlmri nf n honrr a ft ant- nf 10 P d b" Ic "n* supplement. f\ll KlnuS ivicii. y t uicu ui a iictii L cHidt-K. cH . . .»., i #• i f \unpfh ir WnPti *;rnpK pars fnnlr CIVPT i » TT i i i of PYninir<! nlim n finp **hnw FP;I- «ui ui u wucii OIUIA uuio luun. uvti his home here. He had been ap- . exnious, pius a nne snow it,d ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ f a j r g rounc j s 1 F. Specht, who also died of a , Upeinnine at in a m and soaked the track shortly before heart attack Mar. 1. Mr. Overmyer f "dtaf at 10 D r Also on the' oro s t ar «ng time, but drivers and fans came to Algona in 1904 and serv- ™" g "Vi P ™sfSa B e demon stuck around long enough for con- oH a* cnnprintpnHont nf Airfnnov gram was a grass silage ciemon- .... _ . . 6 _ _ ,°. ,, Upper Second clad postage 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 Forrrrun sibly a few murderers; or robbery, except maybe a handful of thieves. There is the inference that anyone who is not against buying a drink over a bar is a criminal type: Yet we all know there people still go along with the Ten Commandments on taking people's lives or their property. They would no more poison or rob somebody than the people who hale liquor so violently. It is awfully hard to enforce laws that ir. stuck around lone enoueh for con*£ns^ o Sprovl and" the results Ma n y dtar es of the ™« terrific. A total of 24 cars Many dignitaries o ft he l ° ed as superintendent of Algona's mblic schools until he retired in 1933. He died at 1 a.m. June 9, ... exactly three months after being Dairying ..-.. „._„„ ~ „„ f; na i p w hirh WHS inarlpH with namoH mavnr m attendance at the show here, lne i' na ' e wmcn was loauea wim namea mayor. ^ ^ and Ucal , all manufacturcrs mishaps that removed some of the nf Hairvinu and farm pniiinmpnt vehicles from action. Luckily, no Thursday. June 4. was a hot one jLSChave displays QP one was injured and a large crowd was expected for the next set of 50 Help Collect Funds During St. Ann Drive A large group of volunteer workers conducted the recent St. Ann Tag Day drive for funds here, according to Mrs. Craig Smith and Kathleen McEnroe, co-chairmen of the event. Included were the Mesdames Ed Gilmore, Don Ferris, M. H. Honsbruch, Jim Harris, Jim Milder, Jim Everds, Gene Faulstich, Perry Byam, Vincent Esser, Andrew Gotten, Al Agena, Joe Bradley, Roy McMahon, Gordon Hall, Raymond Gilbert, Arnie Ricklefs, Hen- ry Geilenfeld, Dorothy Higgins, M. C. Metcalf, Ted Herbst. James Vipond, William Navoi- chick, Waller Hagen, Walt Bradley, Luke Linnan, James Kolp, Gordon Winkel, Frances Holtzbauer, Mary E. Lucey, Vincent Brennan, J. B. Winkel, Jerry Cowan, H. M. Smith, Wayne Peterson, Miles Sloniker, Nels Anderson, Howard Hoenk, Everett Baldus. John Dole, Leo Thilges and Chuck Hinken. Also the Misses Maxine Momyer, Helen Dingley, Connie Cassel, Sandy O'Brien, Joan Campbell, Karen Navoichick and Jane Faber. Ask some people for advice and before you know it you've added 10 strokes to your game. — Golfing. • in hs area. Ahigh mark for skipped to degrees. Low A total of 24 4-H girls and leaders races Sunday at 1:30 p.m. . . . . during the week was 59 degrees had been named to represent Kos- June J and .93 of an inch of rain- f, uth c , oun ^ ( at ,, theu ?' atTe Con1vclv fall was registered durine the rw>r " oa < re S' steretI au " n B the per- fl( A Professional Directory i TIFPFIPT lo be held June 10-21 , Ames. Delegates were selected An old tax receipt for land in ... on the basis of club records, Auburn township near West Union A Mitchell S D man Rich-ire! leadersn 'P and length of time in was found recently by Mrs. Minnie Scherer 21 'who had been worn- club work and a girl could attcnd Goerend of St. Lucas. The receipt ing on farms in this area must the conventlon on 'y oncc - was issued just 100 years ago to have had someone "up thcr>" ,, , * * * Henr y Kramer . a grcat-grandfath- helping him when his 1936 Ford . Algonas Junior Legion baseball er of the present owner, Al Kucn- coupe was struck by a west bound team plcked up lts thlrd and fourth nen - Tax bl11 for lhe 90 acres in Milwaukee freight train at Sexton, wins of the campaign during the 1862 was $6.53. The auto was literally torn apart by the impact. Out of tho mass of wreckage came Scherer with a badly cut right elbow and a few bruises. He was taken to the hospital — and barring any unforeseen complications, was expected to get out of the hospital soon. INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefi Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 The Algona Municipal Band, directed by Orin Spaulding was slated to present its first concert Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA fi> : vS ",- < B V Dan Holllgcm ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lanes 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 Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney'a OMice 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 4-4677 Res. CY 4-3469 Boys and girls of all ages interested in having a pen pal in India ntate a large section of the population What ! the members of that outfit. makes it harder /et to stop illegal dnniong in' ... of the 1942 season at the Bryant may send their names and addresses to Mayyand Das, Organisir, school grounds Thursday night. Mayyand, P.O., Kerala, India. (Air mail letters to India cost 25 cents The 25-member band was to pre- in postage for each half ounce.) sent a program of 13 numbers, * * * ranging from the popular "Don't Dear Dan: About a month ago I ordered an engraved present for Sit Under The Apple Tree" to my steady and I've just received it. The trouble is we aren't going our National Anthem. We'll bet steady now. In fact, we barely speak. What would you advise me to do Lawrence Gillespie was one of with the present ? — Steady Veteran. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance Dear Steady Veteran: About the only thing you can do is put it away somewhere and chalk it up to experience. If you have a brother, KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y Iowa is that all our ad|om:rig states have liquor-; Ki^ht Presbyterian voune nco- I'm sure he'd take it. This is just one of those things that happen. W tU J : kI / • .1 ...__. JOt e, t, * by tne-d'ipK. None, so for oi we Imo/. rung to quit t. Whether r/e appro/e, disappro/e or are -i plan- p' c 'eft Monday for a week at Camp Foster at Lake Okoboji. Dear Dan: I'm probably the most desperate girl you'll ever hear NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives. Inc 484 Fifth Ave, New Yoik ]« \' i. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA Oo<- Year, in .,tt:.,,\,r B(jVh AlUOIla pd|.ers. Ill (,,n I, l,.llh,l M , Single Cornea " SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA One Year, in , ( <1\ l( n. , Both Algona papers m c(,nh,; ,-,,, ... ,. , No subicription le« In.m 6 n,!,i:ii. : . ' OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST Si 00 V. <i>> Vi r ( > indifferent about it, liquor by -the dr da/ will be leyal m lo«a lo/'c; <•/.!! r-"ii the last state to oka/ it, a', -t p'o&ob'/ last with daylight bavmg time, too When we orce get theie th.ngi wonder //hat all the shouting //a-, a bo We //ish these who d sogree //o>. us, tell us so and why It would bo better lo pubush both sides of this argument r stead of lust our side, and we would //enome the chance be be //r.te Morale is when your hands ond feet keep or, //ork.ng, //hen /our htod s'j/v it cant be dor.e. Audubon Count/ Journal. » » » The smile is a curve that can vet lots of lh r^js straight The Manning /Aor ''or. They were sponsored by various f'"°rn. I'm pregnant and my parents don't know. I've just come from the organizations within the church. doctor's in another city and he told me I was definitely going to have • • • 'a baby. I can live with this but what I'm really worried about is my Among the many items listed in father. He's the principal of our junior high school and I know when Is in the UDM were oil burners lne stor y B ets started, he'll have to resign. for $44 (is at the Coast-To-('oast ' should have known better because you and my mother continually store and coal. The latter item preach against parking but I thought you were old-fashioned. How can \\as being advertised by Milton I break the news to my family ? My boy friend, he's 17 too, wants to Norton of F S Norton anil Son marrv me but even tnat won>t nel P matters much because everybody who suggested it would be a good in town wil1 know ' ~ In Trouble .-i-.._*:ii ..L- .... * * * HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms, Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbst Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr, idea to fill your bin now and avoid possible delivery and transportation problems later. Several good movies were tap here. Included were "The Heal Glory", with Gary Cooper, with Dear In Trouble: Forget what you should have done and whom you should have listened to and concentrate on breaking the news at home. Your clergyman is someone to see immediately and he'll be there with you when you tell your parents. It's a shame you had to learn about this way but the damage has been done and no amount of regret let him selp. I IHSUI*H<I ( tun »M NOW ROCK-BOTTOtf RATES, Harold C. Sundet CY 4-2341 P The wi » u P do lt; Tel1 ^ dergy , man ° ear P« n: C ^ n a mardage be annulled a ^ six months ? M * girl and l ^ ITiarried (s ^retly) while we were both high school seniors. We Helped ... by 527 ... The 1962 edition of N W. Ayer & Son Newipaper Directory shows an increase in circulation of the 8,578 weekly newspapers in the Uniteq 1 States of just over 500,000. This newspaper contributed its bit to the general circylation increase noted. DURING 1962 THUS FAR AN AVERAGE OF 527 MORE FAMILIES ARE READING THIS NEWSPAPER THAN WAS THE CASE IN 1961. Solid, substantial, prestige readership and coverage is ypyrs in ... THE ALOONA UPPER DES MOINES •Tte Malp Anim- h HP an o scoo senors. Fonda oi,^-? nnn' a M , A We never lived together and we're in different colleges and now realize I ^n i ,-xiiP tnrf -T v i, ai . what a mistake we made. Our parents don't know about this and if we Trtnidad t,.h L, n R u can 6 et the marriage annulled without them knowing, we'll save a lot I n £? : ;J l t 1 ; f £±' en ' Bnan of grief. Can _you tell me how to go about thi.s ? - M. y. DALE W. L.OCKWOOD The Equitable'Life Assurance Society Of The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 lieiiii-mber Conuco Nth motor oil'.' It was popular as was the lot 'Dear M. Y.: A lawyer is the man you want to see. I'm not sure the annullmc-nt can be kept quiet but he'll be able to advise you. Dear Pan: Every time my boy frjend dances with this one girl, I ha\e moved on the scene. « * « 'I he A merit an l.egioa and RICIIAKD A. MOBN Representing FEDERATED INSURANCE Modern One-Stop Insurance Service Business — Home — Car — Life Phone CY 4-4955 P.O. Box 337 Algona, Iowa JOHN T. TIELEBEIN Lutheran Mutual Life Ins. Co. "An old Line Legal Reserve Co." 114 So. Main Box 412 Algona, la. Ph. CY 4-4539 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. 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 JOHN M. SCHUTTER, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOO8, M. D, Residence Phone CY 4-49J7 Physicians & Surgeons 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4490 OPTOMETRISTS Dft, I* U SNYDEB Optometrist • 113 fast State Algona Telephone CY 4-2718 Closed Saturday A4temoor0 in me. Is this case of nerves I have something that's to be expected ? — Nervous. Pear Nervous: Your condition is to be expected but it isn't neces- iary rnut at Burt Tuesday evening §ary ' As lons as tllis 8 ' r ' ^ as l)cen so ^W as ^ announce she's "out to £•.»••* AA MMM «. AM . AM < and Mrs Charles Scott was nuijiu'd gct " you boy friend > I dol >'t think he should encourage her by asking POrm fYI%lllll9«ni|@ni to head the Auxiliary during the * >er to dance following year. The Legion didii't * * * elect officers. Uoar l>an: Will you repeat the college scholarship offer and just what high school students have to do to apply ? I'm interested but I luu don't know all the details. — Interested. Dear Interested: Two scholarships, each valued at $300, will be , , Mrs. Nellie Lamb of What Cheer given to a deserving boy and girl graduate this summer. Tell me all recently celebrated her looth birth- about yourself, your financial limitations and your hopes and you could , day sot- was one of MX chijdreo. be one of the two chosen. Okay ? Cartoon ., F»ym Management 12 '/4 N Dodge Ph, QX 4-2.8.9.JL SAWYER and ERJCK8QH Eyes Examined. Contact Lenses Hearing A:d Glasses 8 Gast State Street Algona, Iowa Phone Caress ^ m Hours: 9:00 a-m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoopi DR. C. M, O'CONNOR Optgjnetrist Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training Contact Lenses • 108 South Harlan St, (Home Federal Bldg.) 4-3741 DENTISTS PR. SARL, R. Oflice in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-4341 PR- «f. B. At SW 6, Pbon« CV

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