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2-Alflona (la.) Upper Des Moinet TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1962 et lje$ Ittotttes PEASANTS, FRONT AND CENTER WOMEN YEARN FOR SPACE The "farm problem" is no problem at all to a group called the Committee for Economic Development. This group, quoted widely in last week's daily press, has a simple solution. Just move one-third of ail the farm fam- Jlies of today from farms within the next five years, and 'resettle" them adjacent to industry. We must admit that the C.E.D. has a for- .jnula for quickly reducing the farm population; "\ve assume that their belief is that this will al,^so reduce the total agricultural produc* ^ Between 1950 and 1960, even without the tC.E.D. the population of Kossuth County dropped about 1.100 and most of it was rural. The -proposal to eliminate one-third of today's far- ~v.crs by this transplanting operation would further reduce Kossuth County's population by •another 5,000. »• There might be some problem as to where j^jhey would be transferred, and as to what ^would doppen to the small towns and the ^county seat in Kossuth, but we know the C.E.D. ^could have another brainstorm session and •«ome up with a quick solution to that, too. Of course, there might be some who would Jjee! that the quick removal program smacks of W regimentation , like it used to be in the old ..days when whole nations or groups of people •*vere forced from their land, or from one section of the old world to another. But this is -modern feudalism; peasants are peasants, and 3 h e C.E.D. is tired of hearing about the farm program. « Another proposal of the C.E.D. is that much ^of the farmland in the Great Plains and Rocky Mountain area be converted to grassland, and jjthaf the farmers left be induced to "switch to ••great overabundance of livestock, of course "tut the C.E.D. has merely to hold another skull Cession and solve this as quickly as they did "the question of farm population. „ Members of the Committee for Economic "•Development as listed in the press represent /"entirely vast industrial and banking groups of "the nation. They are greatly worried about any Jax money being expended in the interests of agriculture. Perhaps it was just an oversight, ^3ut they said nothing about the much greater government expenditures in which they benefit directly, such as oversupplying the govern- ^men't with all types of items, both civflian and military. And they do not mention the windfalls j-eceived by loaning money to the government, -cr the fast depletion writeoffs they get in taxes. ^But these are minor Hems; the farmers^rnvst The wife of a U. S. Senator from Michigan made quite a pitch on behalf of women for a place in the "outer space club." Mrs. Philip Hart does not think that women are getting enough attention in plans for probing the outer heavens. She does not want all of this outer space exploration to turn strictly into a Stag Club." We just knew that before long women would wake up to the fact outer space thus far has been pretty much a man's world Of course, if we really want to send women into outer space, we might establish the proper recruiting unit and training camps for preparation. And we suspect there would be no lack of recommendations of women who might be rocketed outward; husbands alone might be able to develop quite a list of prospects. To drive her point home, Mrs. Hart warned that if we don't do it, the Russians probably will. And by all means, let's not let the Russians get ahead of us by sending a woman orbiting around the heavens before we do. Man's exclusive conquest of the outer areas seems doomed to be brief. Wonder how a woman would powder her nose and put on the lipstick as she traveled weightlessly, and without any gravitational pull, way out yonder? STRICT!,/ BUSINESS 8 a.m. three miles west of Algona. greeting cards, gifts of money and and social time Gloria Toftebefg The auto had a blow-out lust he- other sifts. and Rachel Holt gave reports on "Vacations have left ut a bit short of help, ArRyle. Can you take shorthand?" PARKING METER'S ROUGH HISTORY Eagle Grove Eagle - On July 6, 1935 the first parking meters ever seen went on tria on a two block stretch of an Oklahoma City street. Since that time they have had a rough and precarious existence. They have caused riots, boycotts, and an endless number of law suits. But today there are two million of them located (^ 3,850 cities and towns and they do in excess of 127 million an annual business dollars. One of the most interesting facts about parking meters is that they have been able to win nearly all law suits over their existence through a court decision of 1805 FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA CPPER DES MOINES JULY 28, 19-42 FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES JULY 29, 1952 The auto had a blow-out just be, struck the mower, throwing Riedel 20 ft. ahead of the machine The mower continued down the highway and might have run over the injured man if he had not been able to jump out of the way — just in time. The new mower was termed a total loss and extensive damage also resulted to the auto. * * * Mrs Clara Walker, Algona, returned to her duties as county recorder following a one-week vacation, during which time she got settled in her new home. * * « There were to be 14 new teachers in the Algona public school system when the 1952-53 school year got underway. The new teachers were named to fill the staff, which numbered 59. (A total of 82 instructors are on the staff for the 1962-63 school year). * * • Algona Implement's Softball team sewed up the North Central Softball League championship with a 7-3 win over Whittemore at the Athletic Park here July 16. The locals had dropped only one, game all season and had one loop fray left. Clyde Priebe hurled a five- hitter, while Dutton, Gade, Allen and Smith led the stickers for the locals. * « « Larry Kearney, 3, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Kearney, Algona, suffered a painful injury recently. In some way, the youngster managed to catch one of his fingers between a screen door and the door jamb and the nail and some flesh was torn away. He was treated at St. Ann hospital. * * * All ballots for the Kossuth PMA election were slated to be received here not later than noon Satur- other gifts. The Luther League met .Thursday evening for a regular meeting their week at senior Bible camp at Lake Okoboji. Following completion of thresh- ... ed here not later than noon Satur ing oats from 40 acres on his farm The Whittemore fire department day ' acc °rdmg to county officials south of Algona Monday, Mike was called to the George Fandel ... Loss reported the yield averaged h . ome . at 7 p - m - Wednesday to ex- . Kossuth county's assessed valua- 73 bushels to the acre. It was call- tin 6 uis h flames that threatened to tion < f <"* tax purposes) for 1952 ed an exceptional yield and in- destr °y a combine. The fire got showed an increase of $1,011,245 dicated the oats in this area were ils start while tne machine was ov er the preceding year. The new of good stand and weight Mike g used in an oats field on ttle f 'B ures were released Monday. Ac- also stated that his neighbors' farm southwcst °f Whittemore. It cording to the latest figures, the oats fields looked like his, so they was Bought the combine could be """ " '-'-' ' ' ' were also expecting too vields repaired for future use. , were also expecting top yields « « • ' The annual picnic of the 52nd sheriff Ralph Lindhorst was troug a court decision of 1805 when it was I lfte allnual P ic "ic of the 52nd ^,'"j"" f"" 1 " 1 ^ Innn ° r si was ruled that a "storekeeper had no riaht tn nr,rk 'Regiment of Spanish - American called . tou investigate four break- his horse and wagon in front of his t VVar . Veterans was abandoned 'for " 1S _ JN ! h . Ich _ W !5?__ disc ° ver f d ear j v .— —.--..--. county's total assessed valuation hit $60,978,857 and the total for Algona got up to $5,003,377 — the first time in history it had topped five million. You can enjoy extra income from savings dollars at work in your profit-producing savings qctount here with us. It's a nice way to make mono"/, steady, safe and liberal. Every dollar that you save should be earning its best, - why take less 1 EARNINGS 4% COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY i HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS | AND LOAN ASSOCIATION :•: SINCE 1917 1 MAKING YOUR TOWN A BETTER TOWN IN WHICH TO X IN THROUGH SAVINGS AND HOME LOANS T ° ... •-r.wcpci nua no ngni 10 parK h.s horse and wagon in front of his store on a busy business street." New York City was the first big city to adopt them on a wide scale throughout the city. Ten years ago last October New York City in™o }5 .°° of ! he Deters. -They now have 53,739 of them m operation. Escanabo, Michigan, supposedly has the fewest with only five meters in operation. the duration of the war. The pic nic had grown to large propor- Sunday morning at Bancroft. Thieves entered the Joe Menke service station, Thompson Yard, ; An old timer is one who can remember when one woman thought the next one was Hazy if she bough) canned goods. - The Adair Jslews r- ^ * ^ • Contentment comes from enjoying your •own life without comparing it with that of janother. - The West Des Moines Express lint,*,- 73 -iW • Upper idi'B ittomes ~ '° HI Street Ph ef » Second cla»» po.tage paid al Algona. Iow» Issued Tuesday in 1062 Bv ; THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R- B WALLER. Editor &• Publisher DON SMITH. Nev.-i Editor : MKHI.K f'RATT, Advoniiin- Mar JACK PCRCELL. Foreman ' A wealthy North Dakota wheat farmer was once fmed SI.00 for over 'time parkingTand he spent a fortune fighting the machines. He caused two statewide referendums which resulted in the meters being outlawed in that state. Another man W. W. Wood of Tacoma, Washington, has gained notoriety by his fight against the meters. He has gotten 35 over time parking tickets in the last three years and has appeared in court 23 times. He has also served 34 days in jail for his refusal to put money m the meters. Despite their spotted history even objectors ie meters usually concede that they have occorrpl.shed two things. They have relieved traffic snarls in congested downtown areas and they have proved to be wonderful sources of revenue for hard pressed city administrations who have too few sources for funds. * * * THEY HAVE CHANGE OF HEART Grundy Register - A year ago when the present feed grain program was up for approval top ranking Farm Bureau leaders and members ^ Congress from Iowa op- be bad for GOP posed far rne T A a rr t, , t r . i». and io>d j, helped to defeat the '01 fc.ll v,h,ch carried tions, attendance-wise, and was , «-— • held at various points in the state J> & H oil Co - and Dr. Egan's of- each summer. Algona had hosted In a11 ' about $35 in cash was the event several years earlier taken, most of it from the Menke station and nothing was missing at the lumber yard or doctor's __ gone to office. Entrance was gained at ..,„ ^.u,*,,,,, n{)mm OI tne Brooklyn, N. Y. to accept a posi-. W°, of \ he . business places by church met Wednesday afternoon tatt- ur»h- x.ra/b mn ;^n« j.^ nl ,,'- f breaking windows, white doors with Mrs Rov R Knrvte'An =^i doors ;,with Mrs, Roy E. Enockson .and i. ' Mrs Loren Daniel as hostesses. A former Algona girl, Mary Katherine Hum, had gone to OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher The Lutheran Women of 1 > j Professional Directory with' - - — ' - — were shattered at the other two. . ,, The ladies will meet again Wed„ . „ Lawrence Riodel. Algona. opera- nesday. July 25. for Bible study State University of Iowa in 1941 tor of a state h 'i hwa y department Mrs Percy Watnem will present and since that time had been em- mower ' suffered severe cuts, the lesson. After the close of the ployed by the Cedar Valley Times Bruises and pavement burns when meeting, as a surprise, the ladies women's fashion magazine. • Miss Hum, daughter of Mrs Catherine Hum, Algona, graduated from the INSURANCE at Vinton. * •» » Mrs Hugh Colwell. Algona. received a very nice present on her birthday anniversary. Her son, Willis, stationed at San Diego Cal in the U.S. Navy, called her and Mr Colwell and (.'xtended his con- ,' •— ••..*-.. •••t.t.11115, «o ci auiyilie, UIU IddlCS the mower ne was operating was sang "Happy Birthday", to Mrs struck from the rear by an auto Mountain, their pastor's wife It driven by Kenneth Hcgarty of was the day prior to her birthday Spencer. The mishap occurred at She was presented with many gratulations. It was a double observance. Mr and Mrs Colwell were also observing their silver wedding anniversary. Corp. Chester II. i, on g. well- known Algonan, was admitted as an officer candidate at the officer You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA A. J. (Arnie) Rickleft Hospita fixation Health & Accident — Auto — Fire — HL 2 E. State CY 4-4529 ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds _ All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 J^OGS. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lii.es of Insurance 7A ! lt ° n \ obllc - furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2 u5 Dr. D. D. Arnold n*«- 9, ver Penney'g Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 _ 5-QO Open Friday NigW 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 BOHANNON SERVICE /.an^i^Vr" "•"-•—"• " l ""- umcer "«• "o". i •" it miu i m cumpieifiy puzziea. l nave a couple of 5 ^; Docl 8 e Phone CY 4-444' candidate school at Miami Beach, parents who are pretty darn hard to understand and sometimes I stav Homc ' Automobile - Farm r 13. fie Was SiatPrt fr>r 10 .,,~,,l.,, avi/nb-o nidMc f-iMMntr tn t'trt,.*^ tU nM «..* * Polio InSUTIn * ~ KOSSUTH MUTUAL ~ INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of "„. surance in force. CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham, Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY «">r Auto, House, Household Goods. and Many Other Forms 1'honc CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbst Dear Dan: I'm 14 and I'm completely puzzled. I have a couple of ... .„.„..„ uuai;n ,«,rents who are pretty darn hard to understand and sometimes I stav r la. He was slated for 12 weeks awake nights trying to figure them out. of instruction. "June" was a It all began when I started going out with this boy I was 13 and former star athlete at Algona high he was 15, going on 16. I really liked him a lot and still think highly of SCHOOL him. Well. I had tn mppt him nn a ctronl ,.^r-r>n,- „{»„_ —i i i / The high-flying (and I ing) Algona Grays baseball team •- —' « a — r- - — • - • — •• »*j • **•»* v» 1*1*1* M iv/b *4jiu Ollll tllHIJV Illt£Iliy OI him. Well, I had to meet him on a street corner after school because my parents said he couldn't come to the house because no one would h ". home. This boy was busy nights so we couldn't see each other then Anyway, some of our nosey neighbors wrote my parents a note -••o • • ••£"•»" \ji aj a UaaUUcul It*elm — —*•• ..« M *,j x^^ituui & m uic iitj yal clllo a Ilulc received a severe jolt Sunday when sa y' n S we were making out on the corner and everything else. It was ' r '""''- — pretty embarrassing to all concerned and I know now it was a foolish thina T Hirt vlth ; Titonka came NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE .- - SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA "3 !"••;• t c,* ippc->ed continued present bill w,,n ;Tl ionka came up with a pair of ;.. tor o longer term unearned runs to notch a 3.3 vie th '" g l dld Theve opponents tory The loss was only the sec- «ith the present | ond of the season for Algona 10.d a year ago > which still maintained a lead in ould be bod for j the loop. St. Joe dumped LotLs I Creek 5-1, and Lone Rock side'>* 'he opponents I | racked Armstrong, 7-2, in other admit they -//ere ' gue Barnes Sunday 'i last /ear by (Irovo ll<-nrv Becker of V. if SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE ARE A " "'< '* ." '. ,'':,,.'• ' . , . , V.''. •" •••'•- .-.,. .. .,: ,,,.'. ;'•• '- ••'" » .0 •• OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST r, program adopted last year . ..pcn«.ori promised. It has form income and it has re'"' by to Kxcel.sior, . , Mrs Becker, who had spent . days there with her niece. to Now I"? P arents don ' 1 trust me - They don't seem to realize I'm an entlrel y d "ferent girl than I was a year ago. I've reformed-almost My parents recently caught my friend and I smoking in my room We only do this for the heck of it and wouldn't dream of smoking in public Now they won't let me do anything or go anywhere. I'm allowed' to date but my parents don't trust me. What shall I do? — Hopeful Waiter Dear Hopeful: Your parents don't trust you, you say? Trust doesn't come from the super market. It's something you have to earn and girl s l*nds her afternoons on a corner with a boy and smokes " * Uttto Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tructor Phont! C 'Y 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr ln: - No job too big; No job too small ! Envelopes Letterheadi Statements Handbills Booklets Checks Ruled Forms Labels success could be trusted in •-ei sfj o permanent program that it.»l more helpful to the farmers and the government cost to make it work. UOCK-UOTTOM KATES Harold C. Sundet CY 4-2341 Business Cards Mailing Inserts Shipping Tag* Wedding Announcements Business Fprms Tickets Complete Service With Letterpress Offset, and Planaography Equipment (Quality With iconomy) Upper Oes Moines Pub, Co, Across F«,m New Pprki B8 U> - Algpnq, I 9W « If you're only 14 and have dating privileges, your parents aren't as tough as you say. Maybe you'd better appreciate the type of parents you have and quit feeling sorry for yourself. It's as simple as that. Dear Dan: Do you think it's silly for a girl going into junior high to like a boy her own age and to go out on bike rides with him? — N W . * * ' ,. Dear N. W.: A girl of any age is never silly for liking a boy. The The movies, siaU'd to show li.-n> b' ke ndmg is something else again and perhaps your mother would during the week, included "This rather have you riding with your girl friends Gun For Hire", with Veronica * * * Lake, Robert Preston, Alan Udd Pear Dan: How can vol > continue to advise young people when and Laird Cregar; "Take A Letter without a doubt you're not even married and probably never even had Darling", with Rosalind Hu.sseli a date in y° ur life - — P'P e Smoker. and Fred MacMurray: -j u ke Dcar Pi l ie s "iokcr: I just told my 18-year-old daughter to start Girl", with Ann Sheridan and calling me "Buddy." Ditto my 12-yea.r-oJd son. Ronald Reagan; and "Flight Lieu- * * * Dear Dan: The other night at the dance J asked this boy during a ladies choice and he just about laughed in my face and said he was • * • going outside for a smoke. Honestly, I was never so embarrassed in A large ad, bpousored by the Al- "' Embarrassed "^ ds teU me to ignore tbe * )oy - Are the y right? thaT flr°m's prtdS ^he'local •,.. Pe "ii, l! f lbarr " SSe ^ ! D ° n>t lg "? re Mm but dof)> * crow( ^ aro «"d him creamery manufactured I o w a pUher> Whatever y° u do - •»*» *& him to d»nce again. State Brand butter skim miii^ * *• •• -. buttermilk powder "us , U « ar Uan ;. The ° th f, ni g h .t my father didn't show up at the movies FariH ManQqemenl d milk, cream and cot au- ^llm/u'LT 8 i > J """"^ • ' accepted this boy's invitation to * cheese and also handled feed and - t TiT. u Pi t"" 6 P^ d Was funous and said ' sh °U ld have gas and oil. Md w ,? ltefd b ^ cau ? e , lhe uhad been dela y ed - He made a big scene and just {jbput ordered the boy out of the yard. How can parents be so mean „ , when they don/t give teen-agers a chance to explain' - Dauehter -elloy Mathisoti of Dear Daughter: I think if you would have phoned home |nd asked weekend_with the if this boy could drive you, everything would have been okav wh a i if r*^m\T*H 12Vi N Dodge Pil. C¥ 4-g89J "Juke — Sheridan Ronald Reagan; and "Flight Lieutenant", with Pat O'Brien, Glenn Furd and Evelyn Keyes. W. LOCKWOOD Tne Equitable' Li(« Aauurance Society O( The United State* Burt, Iowa Phone 201 RICHARD A, -MOKN Representing FEDERATED INSURANCE Modern Onc'Stop Insurance Service Business — Home — Car — Life Phone CY 4-4955 P.O. Box 337 Algona, Iowa 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 CVpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOHN M. SCHUTTER, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB, ML D. Residence Phone CY 4-4917 Physicians & Surgeons 220 No, Dodge, Algona Office Phone CY 4-4480 OPTOMETRISTS DR, L, 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons JOHN T. TIELEBEIN Lutheran Mutual Life Ins. Co. "An old Line Legal Reserve Co." 114 So. Main Box 412 Algona, Ja. ph. CY 4-4539 P»r!*oa . SAWYER and yes Examined -C Wearing Aid Glasses PH Eas * State Street Phone CYpress 4 Hours: £00 8ijp . Closed Saturday Dlpu C. M, O'CONNOR Visual Aoaylsis & Visual Contact Lenses a%a«i3d PHONE CY 4-ml DENTISTS DH, KARI* Oftce in phone CV 4-434} 4V13S4 Of h County Collectrite Service FactbiU Reports mow "A^om, u,

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