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2-Aleono (la.) Upper Des Moine« TUESDAY, JULY 10, 196J 1AL PAGE DOUBLE ACCESS LOGICAL The hearing on improvement proposals for highway 169, from south of Algona to highway 9 in the north end of Kossuth county — and dis- cOssion on the proposed relocation of highway 169 just west of Burt — was handled with comparatively little friction, last Thursday evening. Folks from the Burt area, and especially trie Town of Burt, had a valid objection to the original proposal. They request two access roads tq Burt, one from the west and one from the north. The original plan only called for one. The reasons why two access roads are requested were sensible and well presented. Unless the highway commission is in a contradic- tdry mood as the testimony is later heard in Ames, we can see no logical reason why the request for two access roads would not be granted. It should be. The two sharp curves that would be eliminated in relocation are dangerous ones, it must be conceded, especially the southern one. A relocation that would eliminate them would be a considerable improvement, assuming of course that the farm land involved, which would be required, is fairly compensated for by the state. As the State of Minnesota completes its new double-divided highway on 169 from the Twin Cities south to Mankato, more and more traffic can be expected on highway 169 in Iowa. The proposed improvement is timely. * * * India accepts our wheat gladly, almost for free. But India is going to buy Soviet MIG-21 jet fighters instead of U.S. F-104's. The Soviet price per plane is 5215,000; ours is $1.5 million a plane. Guess the plane-makers in Russia don't have quite the deal they do in our country. * * * A super salesman is a real estate man fast enough on the telephone, when asked by a feminine voice if they sold maternity clothes, to reply "No, madam, but could I interest you ,n a larger house?" * * * The most noticeable fallout in this country loday is that of shelter promoters falling out of business — Decorah Public Opinion. * * * The most agreeable companion is one who would not have you any different than what you are. — The Tri-County News STRICTLY BUSINESS game.. Jack Lichter started on the mound, follo and Bill Fain. s.rvie. G., . mound, followed by Gene Hoenk s!^r ay ox svc n Mfg., M<ISO. E.W. POTTLEBY Ca EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 2QYE8B3 ,-^GQ t \ INTHB r ^ * .1 FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES JULY 14, 1942 • * * Kossuth county was $595.141 short in sales of War Bonds. The 111 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535— AJgQria.. Second clasi pottage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER. Editor & Publisher DON SMITH. No\v.i Editor MERLE PRATT. Adver'i.--;ns Mgr JACK PURCELL. Foreman NATIONAl EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Amerii-an Newspaper Representatives. Inc. •10-1 K.:;h .\M', N.'w Y.iik 18, N Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA • "•' Vi-.'i ;•, ,i ,• 51 on """• All'" • I ..!•• v in ur-.li.i,.il:nn. pi'l M.I! $b 1)0 nn.K-.i- ( i. r , • j (k SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA H<.lli Almi .up. •.•- n. ,,„:. h.!.,,!!., , ]„.; v ,.„,•' " S70U .Nti '..I.-, rip 1 .mi I'-s., !!...M I, I-.,.-.!!.•, OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST A TIP ON FIRST AID It is often very important to know what NOT to do for an accident victim, because it is possible to add injury to injury, warns the Iowa Dept. of Health. Well-meaning, but misinformed, bystanders often move an accident victim immediately. Intending to make the injured person more comfortable. They may instead make it harder for him to recover. In many accidents broken bones are involved. When a bone is broken, the jagged ends of the break can puncture the skin or vital organs, causing internal injuries. If the victim is NOT moved, the broken bones can do no further damage. When there is an accident, send for a doctor. While waiting for him to arrive, make the patient as comfortable as possible. Do NOT raise his head. Keep him lying flat. If he regains consciousness, urge him to lie still. If he is lying on a cold or wet surface, try to work newspapers, a blanket, or clothing under him. But, advises the Iowa State Department of Health, disturb him as little as possible. Keep the patient warm with clothing or a blanket. In extremely cold wsather additional heat can be supplied with hot water bottles; however, this should not be done except in the very coldest weather. Naturally, there are exceptions to every rule. In cases of severe bleeding it may be necessary to move the accident victim to prevent further loss of blood. Other conditions such as location of the victim or danger of fire must be considered. But, in general, unless you have had complete First-Aid training and know exactly what you are doing, do NOT move an accident victim. Wait for the doctor or the ambulance. * * * TRYING TO WRECK PROGRAM Emmetsburg Democrat — "The most important villain in the Estes case ii the vast tangle of the farm price support system, with its accompanying systems of production controls and surplus storage," says Time magazine in its cover story recently. "Price support programs provide scant help for the neediest farmers; the most bountiful benefits flow to prosperous farmers, who could get along with no government aid at all. ". . . If there had been no price-support programs, there would have been no inviting storage business for him (Estes) to get into, no cotton allotments to obtain by fraud. "In its sheer gaudiness, the Estes mess dramatizes the farm scandal more vividly than ever before. If that dramatization were fo result in something really being done about the farm fiasco, who knows but that the U.S. might even owe a vote of thanks to non» other than Billie Sol Estes." We wonder what Time would suggest for more than 80 per cent of Palo Alto countys' farmers who are in the farm program. Most are neither rich nor yet ready for the county farm, and they are as honest and hard-working as Time Is. The magazine rashly and irresponsibly advises junking price-supports, ignoring the farm collapse that would follow and could bankrupt a vast section of our country. And thus airily solving everything. Time offers no substitute and as far as we can tell, after reading the magazine for many years, it never has. Good heads in government and out have been trying to improve on the farm program for years. All are aware of the present evil which are very serious. But bad as the Estes scandal is, is it so bad we should wreck agricu ture because of it? Time forgets, too, it is living in a glass house. Not long ago Mr. Luce, the maaazine i j • u .1 tycoon whose interests include Time howled "n ! * US - tu ™ ed '" by Alg ° na " S durin S Swca City, in ah effort to save Dynamic Corp., Repairs ----trees and shrubbery in the town, s D °r 0 u«r Repairs' '! "'.::.'.'." which seem to be threatened with LIC SAFE1Y destruction from a disease known BS!ten, m 'sa'i,irv ''.'.'.'-''.'. as cottony maple scale, consider- f >^er, salary ed spraying the town from the air. jo"!^™".' saiaU "'.'.'.'".'.".'. The Lions Club at Swea City decided to sponsor a DDT spray- KOMI, Salary ing campaign. * * * Taisi & Agency, Pension Showing at the Algona was an Cltios 3crvicc ' G " Salary ry M. Helrrors, Sower Work NW Bch, Phone -- "We're looking for someone with a little more S«lf« confidence, Mr. Argylel" - Voigf, Expenses exotic movie, "Macao", starring chairmen, Mcise. Robert Mitchum, William Bendix CMkfVTi?™, .'ind Jane Russell. Also featured, Eibort, Expenses in the news, was "Highlights of Br° 0h kaw E "Expenses". '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. the Republican Convention." c.ty cicrk, Advanced cash . * * * SANITATION The City of Algona offered to Baas, salary (he highest and best bidder for co"mcy, saiarV""-" -'--cash, portions of North Durant street and North Ackley street — 21 separate tracts or lots. • » * The first annual Kids Fish Pay, held at Union Slough near Bancroft, proved a howling success as more than 1,000 persons attended the event. Each kid present received a free bottle of pop and about 300 fishermen tried their lti( k with bait and hook. 15.50 44.33 1.05 .60 2.47 15.07 209.92 157.70 136.59 157.65 166.21 150.69 Ib.OO 20.00 144.77 116.80 12.90 92.83 100.00 6.50 22 80 18.35 14.92 1790 29 98 2.28 93.37 93.37 93.37 359.45 19.32 Cit * <='<**• Gronbach, Salary Lemkec, Salary ------la. State Bank, Whold. Shierk, Expenses Lomkee, Expenses National , _.. al Chcmscarch, Mdsc. _ NW Bell, Phone ----------Robbins Tire, Mdse. ._ ..... - Cilv Clerk, Advanced Cash --RECREATION Cook, Salary ... ..... - ..... Cooper, Salary -- .......... Cowan, Salary -- .......... - Herbsl, Salary ............ Johnson, Salary -----------Kraft. Salary _ ..... -------Norton, Salary ........... Vann, Salary -------------Cole, Salary --------- ..... O'Brien, Salary ------------Is. Stale Bank, Whold. ----NW Bell, Phone — ......... Norton, Mdsc. ------------City Cierk, Advanced Cash _DEBT SERVICE Valley Bank 4 Trust, Interest _ PARKING METER Groen, Salary .- ........ ---Riley, SaLuy .--. ---------Sands, Salary .......... ---la. State Bank, Whold. ..... Trust 4 Agency, Pension --- 133.70 180.69 25.50 25.90 40.90 73.63 11.85 29.70 2.49 14.20 130.72 75.79 78.67 75.79 78.67 62.90 116.25 67.04 39.24 101.54 18.07 8.20 4.12 350.00 189.55 SI.28 106.99 51.70 2.12 WANT ADS BRING RESULTS .YEARS AGO*. Council Minutes J IN FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES JULY 15, 1952 * * * The Algona high school girls quota for the county was Scotch and tenor drummir.g team $2,000,000, and with seven areas was one of the highlighls of the yet to be heard from, the goal ap- fifth annual state marching band peared to be almost out of reach, clinic at Drake University. Mem- Total expected from the seven un- bers of the group were Karon Logue's" Tavern? reported areas was not due to ex- Downey, Marilyn Thaves, Shirley J °i" s ° nM ^', dr ;!, e , ceed 5280,000. Kuchenreuther, Sandra McCorkle, * * * Karen Kuchenreuther and Betsy Martin Bonnstctter. SI. one of McConnell. Kossuth county's earlier pioneers, COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met June 29th, 1962 *ith Mayor Shierk and the following named Council Members. Muckcy, Elbert, An- dreosen, Knn, Peirce. Absent: Steffan. Minutes or the previous meeting were approved. The Mayor read a letter from the State Department of Health relative to the sewer lines on Wooster and Poplar Streets. An Easement from M. T. McGuire was accepted. An Ordinance entitled as follows was adopted: ORDINANCE NO. 427 AN ORDINANCE VACATING THE ALLEY RUNNING EAST AND WEST THROUGH BLOCK 194 CALLS ADDITION TO THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, TO THE EAST ^DGE OF VACATED ACKLEY oTREET. Cigarette Permits were granted to SMASH i Production Costs Eibcrrs died at his home here Mondav Dr. •'• Kclley, recently re- Enco Scrvicu, Cafe. The Mayor read a letter from the Iowa State Highway Commission pertaining to Ine proposed improvement of U. S. Highway 169. Sidewalk construction on the South <idc of Elm Street was discussed The Chief of Police was authorized to attend the first National Police Championship Shoot at Bloommgton, Indiana, for HORMEL LIVESTOCK STATION three days August. The Street Commissioner was authorized to purchase 500 tons of rock chips. The City Attorney reported on insurance coverage for the City of Algona. The following claims were allowed. , S/ Dr. C. C. Shierk Mayor Attest , S/ David A. Sm.th City Clerk GENERAL Stucler farm. The stalk stood eight and one-half feet tall. Shicrk, Salary % Smith, Saury la. btate morning. Born in Clayton county, tired from the air force dental he came to this area with his par- corps, planned to open a dental ents at the age of 5. They farmed office in Algona. He purchased near West Bend until they retired the practice of the late Dr. Harry in 1921 and moved to Algona. Sur- McCorkle. vivors included his wife, eight * * * grandchildren, four brothers and There may have been taller corn two sisters. One daughter, An- around, but none was reported as toinette, was school nurse here for high as a stalk from the Herman many years. P * • Waterloo authorities had arrested a man who listed Algona as his Algona high school's baseball .qcmjp. to>vn and he was charged nine won the right to enter the wlt/i unlawfully wearing an army district tournament at Kanawha Heimers salary i 2o ;5 uniform. Bond in the matter was when they defeated St. Cecelia's Lashbrook, Salary";::::::::: i 6 9.25 set at $1,000 and the whole case and Wesley. A hit b" Jerry Bea- """""'" '""" '"" seemed to lunge upon the man's mish brought home the final four nght to wear the uniform, al- runs for tnc locals in tne W cslcy hough he had received an honorable discharge from the service n December, 1941. Army regula- .ions stated he could wear the uniform for only three months. ALGONA Bank, WHold. bhierk, E'.ponies ... NW Ucll, Phono City Clerk, Advanced Cash .. STREET Burtis, Salary Salary I 12 bO 214 b4 25.90 37.bO 27.46 10.58 143 70 131.60 II 1.33 Professional Directory INSURANCE idc. Salary Frew, Salary V..DDCII, Salary _ id Sldfe Bank, Akjonj Tree Scr Whold. . .. ice, Service _ 167 61 148.00 124,69 107 20 155 00 A. J. (Arrue) Ricklefs Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 Algona and Hanrroft met here in a big Kossuth County League baseball game Sunday—and when the dust had settled, the locals had hammered out a 9-0 victory. More outstanding than the victory You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KAL1SPELL, MONTANA Under 21 •• r 'A col» mn for teen-agers By Don Holligan ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3170 20(3 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lii es of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Axnold Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Monday—Wednesday—Friday Dr. William L. Clegg 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 DOCTORS was the fact that Johnson, pitch- Dcar I)an: M . v g' rl ar >d I will be going to college at opposite ends 7 N Dodge; Phono CY 4-2735 ing for Algona, fired a no-hitter at of tne country this fall and as much in love as we are, we can't help ~ Bancroft. Algona managed to wonuc j e ^. wl ? at tl l c flllul 'e will bring for us. You've probably had similar register eleven safeties. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Homo - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance pain when a government subsidy to his and other magazines was threatened. problems like this one in the past and we want to know just what our chances would be of keeping the feelings we have for each other. According lo \\. 1C. Ley. Lakota. We've been dating off and on for four years and going steady for chairman for the scrap rubber Uvo y ears - — Gay and Juc. ^ drive in Kossuth county, the total Dear cia - v and Joi>: ' tan ' 1 answer your questions because I can't KOSSUTH MUTUAL™ picked up to date had amounted P rediet tne future. The only thing 1 can tell you is that try to take in INSURANCE ASSOCIATION to I5 :i i pounds for every man. slrlde whatever might happen. Your steady dating of the past two Over $74,000,000 worth of in- woman and child in the county. Of >' cars mav or ma y n °t have been habit but starting this fall, you'll be surance in force. CY 4-3750. the total collected, 19,122 pounds "itcr'ng new w'orlds with now friends and new interests. Lola ScuUham, Sec'y • If you two are booked for a future marriage, that's exactly what will take place regardless of what 1 say or how much you worry Enjoy the summer. the final 10 days of the drive. It hardly seems possible, but We don't say there is scandal in this. But i "Dumbo", one of Walt Disney's Time also has a price-support by a different ! a " time name and is m an awkward position for throw- "Id. ing stones. Dear Dun: .„., . „... „ ., IIty , husband works away five days a week and while w favorite hits is 20 years ' ve never had an >' reason t" suspect him of anything wrong, 1 have It was slated to show at the a J ealo " s streak and we a ''eue all the time. I'm at the point now New Call theater here during the where l m golng to te " hlm to g° l a different job or a different wife, week. Other movies coming here We vc on ! y bccn marrlud a >' ea r and except for the first month, i - e Wife Takes A hav , en l had a mom ™t'* Peace. It just isn't natural for a newly mar- Joan Bennett anJ ned ct)U P lc of -° to be separated as we are. Don't you agree? — K. C. l)ear K. C'.: You may not have a reason for your suspicious nature "Whispering included "The Flyer", with Ghosts \ with MUlon Eerie"'Br('n h hut ,!f was bound to come alun S under lne circumstance's. Personally" da Joyce and John Carradin'e It\ rd llkc t ,°., see your , husband S<"t a J° b where he can be home each eve- easy from the list of stars in that nlng and you talk thls over like two adul ' s . instead of demanding, last one to tell just who the ghost ^ g^ 1 ,[j a ^ e some good results - Slt down together and talk this 9 * » Dr. and Mrs K. C. Scanlan spi-nl ..-d^L Sunday at Lake Okoboji with their children. Joan Pletch, daughter of Mr and Mrs 11. W. Pletch, an.l Ann Stilhnan, (laughter of Judge and Mrs (j. W. Stillman, were attending Congregational Camp at Clear Lake. HERBST INS. AGENCY r'or Auto, Hou.so, Household Goods, and Many Other Forms. Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbsl Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr, INtUtAMCI and 1 will be high school freshmen this fall ified of what we face. We graduated from a small school (T«U f»BM UUIllll UlllMGBIIt ROCK-BOTTOM UA1ES Harold C. Sumlet CY 4-2341 Tne DALE W, LOCKWOOD where everybody in the eighth grade knew everybody in the first grade and the thoughts of going into a school where the enrollment is nearly 4,000 is something we dread. The Unite - d g tates Can you help us in some way so we'll be prepared for whatever Burt, Iowa Phone 201 might happen? — Two Frightened Girls. -— Pear Girls: The size of the school shouldn't rattle you. What you WCHAIU) A. MUKN want, to keep in mind is that every freshman entering the school on FKDERATED TSltANCB M -i iHfi-iiim ,,f ih, K ,i lhe first day wi " have lhe same fears and "I'sgivings as you two. ,, fkDpAI'kn INSURANCE • m i" h ? i lhc •""•"I" 1 If you'd quit worrying, you'd have no problem This year's crad- Modern One-KU>p Insurance Serv.ce ;^^ t ^l ^llf™ * U A ""ting class from that same high school has the same fear* about Brines* - "»™ -&r - Life County niuVit it « 'i • I ' 1 I * u i "fc»v»"o — •——— •• -*••• v-.v»v uv»»*w iti^n hji^nwui jic4o mi; aciJi itiih .,,« -mm, i fir ^ &> i college. So, you see, you have nothing to worry about. no break due to the w^Thr! )Yi" You lhink you ve S° l t™«Wes? What about these poor guys of 17 on t^opo^f'wr'unair Wh ° *».."».*"* ° r N ' Vy and know lh < y -«' 1 b < *>&&»* ** So the fair was to be held here Aug. 22-26 — and a big program was on tap as usual. Phone CY 4-4955 P.O. Box. :j:i7 Algona, Iowa home at 3:30? GOT NEWS HARE? The folks far away would like to hear about it 1 --be sure lo phone them your good news! Kvcrvone enjoys a pleasant telephone chat and the COIH is very low. .Sure time... cull by number • .Safe money. ..call atation-to-Btation. JOHN T. TI1CLKBHIN Lutheran Mutual Life Ins, Co. ....,, ' , ..T "An old Line Legal Reserve Co." pear Dan: 1 have an uncanny ability to open my big mouth and H4 So Main Box 412 say the wrong thing at the wrong time. Is this normal for a girl of Algona, la. Ph. CY 4-4539 The State Junior Chamber of ' p ear Bi( , Mouth . At 14 miinv gir , d b ' { n --- • hZSav 8 a ,hSiT?- 1 T helves - esi * cially whert ' kee ^ a ^nvcrsalion going is concern^. Farm held Sunday at lie Algona Countrj Voir - re no worse off lhan any of your f r i cmls i knowfa Club and Waterloo took the Icum • title. Individual winner \vas Glenn Cooper of Marshalltown, who registered a 115. Northwestern Bell A in Iowa Pear Pan: Some nights my boy friend will kiss me as many aa si\ times before 1 can pull away and go in the house ttnd otoer' nights he'll just mumble good night and walk away. What's wrong with him? — Anxious to Know. Splinters on the ladder of sue- Dear Anxious: Something must be troubling him unless he's playing cess are much sharper on the way nW(l to get. Some buys do this once in a Vviiile just to see if the girl will bring up the oubjcct of no goodnight kiau. Want tu speak up? down. Carltou Farm Management Company 12',i N Dodge Ph. CY 4-2B9J 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 Offics 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. KOOB, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-4917 Physicians & Surgeons 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4490 OPTOMETRISTS DH. L. L. SNYDEB 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Alternoons Drs. SAWyER <uid ERJCK8ON Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Phone CYpress 4-2188 Hours; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoon! DR. C. M. O'CONNOR Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training Contact Lenses 108 South Harlan St. (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 DENTISTS PR. jf AWU fl. Oftice in Home Fedpral Bldg. Office phone CY 4-4341 PR. J, B. HARRIS. At n» E. 8Ut« Phona CY 4-2334 Credit Bureau Of Kossuttj County Colleetrite Service Factbilt Ueports Phone 294-3iH2 — Algoua, la.

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