..,.*.• at. •..,... 2-Algona (fa,) Upper 0es Moines TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1962 et tte$ ulotnes BUT IT WAS FREE ENTERPRISE the P eculiar jargon and culture as best I could, tho I still confess a degree of confusion. I well The government's action some months qgo remember my first experience with American in response to United States Steel's proposed Chop Suey. Nothing ruins my school day more price boost which its competitors (?) started to than the inevitable appearance of goulash on adopt in remarkably non-competitive haste the menu. You guessed it— that's what American engendered a rash of contradictory criticism. A Chop Suey turned out to be so be forewarned, few days after in the same paper I noted The dictionary tells us that goulash comes from Congressman Gross's remarks attacking the the Hungarian and refers to herdsman's meat. President for "Gestapo"—like tactics while Sen- I wish that they would keep it and certainly the ator Margaret Smith was on the other side of good people of Rhode Island should refrain the Hill terming the President "weak and inef- from blaming it on the Americans or Chinese, fective". I have been trying to reconcile these If you are on the Cape, pop is tonic so don't two images ever since. However, the main line worry about being served a sparkling glass of of attack has been that the Administration Vitalis. I am not sure if a frappe in our terms somehow struck at free private enterprise in is a sundae or an ice cream soda. I must ask its efforts to prevent the price boost in this most someone to "interpret please". Charlie asked basic of products, a line recently reiterated in about a cabinet and had to endure the pitying another Algona paper. Terming the steel indus- glances of all concerned. I should have told try as an example of vigorous free competitive him that we call them shakes. The dictionary in enterprise is, I think, question-begging, but as- this case is no help. Perhaps there is an Eastern suming that it were, just how did the govern- edition. ment violate the consumer side of the free en- When I asked for coffee, I received the terprise system? Don't forget—we as taxpayers questioning word "regular?". Well by now I are the largest single consuming unit for the know that "regular" means with cream. Logical- industry and the government in essence acts ly then one would assume that -"irregular" as our purchasing agent. would be the proper response for black but the Fundamentally, the government as a con- Rhode Island doesn't work that way and no sumer sought to find a company that would action is forthcoming until you say black. And not follow the U. S. Steel lead and the main by all means say black, not dark. "Dark" means persuasive device exercised was the promise of a little cream not enough to be "regular" but the government's not inconsiderable business, sufficient to cause a color variation. One of the When such a company was found, the govern- friends we made expressed interest in the fact ment simply announced that they would buy that Charlie and I pronounced "route" as "rout" steel where the price was cheapest. It is inter- whereas the Eastern preference seems to be esting to note that those who attacked this ac- "root". At least here we draw even as Webster tion most sharply are the very ones who are allows that both are correct. I could only sug- so prone to launch generalized attacks against gest that rural "rout" sounds better than rural government spending. Of course, the govern- "root". One other interesting food item on the menf's pressure and power was intense and of Eastern menu is the Grinder. As near as I can a magnitude fully compatible with the size of tell, this consists of a cold meat salad in a very their orders. The Administration acted then as large bun. Grinder is defined as a back tooth any alert consumer would act in a free enter- for grinding food. Perhaps this suggests the prise system, as you would act as a major ac- quality of the meat involved or the age of the count under similar circumstances. If the gov- bun. At any rate the entire affair looks most ernment doesn't act for all of us as collective difficult to manage and consumption with any consumers, who will ? What the powers of the degree of tidyness would involve a large mouth steel and other powerful business interests don't and a strong jaw. Tho I have been told that like is not that the government failed to play I would meet these qualifications, I have never its role in the capitalistic system but that it did mustered the courage to do battle with a Grin- and likely will continue to do so. Bravo ! It's der. Besides I don't like cold meat salads, any- about time. (Guest editorial by Dick Palmer) way. Eastern speech is often a matter of ignor- IKITCDDDCT DICACC ' na - " r " wn ere it is, adding it where it isn't, and IpHCKr-Ktl, fLEAdt somehow limiting the "a" to a single sound. This writer and 7962 high school graduate . Tn ' s '* offen presented with a piercing, machine-' Charles Streit just returned from a two-week llke precision mixed with "you know" and course at the University of Rhode Island where "o^ay?", which appear to be invitations to seek we learned all about the common market and clarit y or disagree but really aren't. The one European integration, distributed silver dollars that 9 ave me tr °"ble tho was a young lady in profusion much to the amazement and profit who mixed an accent with an extremely soft of the natives, survived the perils of traffic with voice that carried virtually nowhere. For various the usual wrong turn around New York, learned reasons, Charlie understood her much better the Twist- Charlie that is, and saw a display than '• Our fable conversation consisted of of the world's worst art in the University Union. three 5te P S: ] - she would speak; 2. I would ask TU . i L• . . • . .L Charlie to interpret; 3. he would do so, I pre- This was by no means my first trip to the . , r ,!. , ,, . ., r . . . , . • u * '. i- r sume accurately. This proved effective if cum- castern states of America but it was a first for L ' " .... . . bersome. my associate so it was up to me to introduce Editor Waller will soon return from the ~~ West and I will soon depart for that barbaric Alnmr-t llmm- *iW •ffinmra land where the Y often serve fried potatoes ctUjJCimt llppu JlUS illumes for breakfast whether you want them or not. Ill E. Call Street-Ph. CY 4-3535~-A!gnna, Iowa When ' travel ' alwa y* miss the honey I use instead of sugar in my coffee. Why can't everyone be normal like I? (Guest editorial by Dick Palmer) THHT'S fl FRET MRS. U.S. SAVINGS BONDS OF 1962 IH, 'MRS, AMERICA' CoHTESf y78WML6?$n oRe..isMt*s. 0.$. BONDS OF t$62. MRS. e/ V.S. SAV/N&S BONDS l &1COURA&ES H£R' 7Hf£e SMALL SOHS t 7& •SAVSATSCHOOi, STAMPS. MARGIN OF SAFETY JSte/A© wy>iD WAKff, A KXWEO AMERICAN FLY£R LASSOED . SUB'S PEKISCOP£ ANZ> WASTOWSDTOSAFer/ i,^, , UNDERENSMy&RE/^"! /> . SA VlNGS BONDS GO RfSftr TO S\ORK fOK ypUK COUNTRYfi£W, AS H/glt ASfOff YOUR FUTVKB. ed women for work designed to aid the war effort. tin and Jerry Lewis, and "The Lion And The Morse", with Steve Cochran. Algona's Junior Legion baseball team took third in the state meet at Carroll, winning one of three games in the round robin event, and finished the season with a 194 won-lost mark. Outstanding player for the locals in the state meet' was Loren Nelson, young third baseman, who got seven hits in 15 trips to the plate for a .467 batting average which placed him second in that department. Don Cook and Bill Hutchison each got five hits at Carroll. Nelson's fine play gained him the trophy for sportsmanship and it was reported that several men on the committee in charge of awards wanted to give him the most valuable player trophy, also. Up at Armstrong, thieves broke into the state liquor store and carried away 54 cases of whiskey. Total value of the haul was $3,000 and their selection seemed to center an Old Stag, Old Sunnybrook and Seven Crown. An area grocery store was charged with selling beer to a minor after a two-car crash. The beer had been sold to a 17-year old boy and discovery of the sale was made when officers investigated the mishap. The matter was to be heard in district court here. You Con Addfeii Que&tlont To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA Dear Dan: I've probably got a problem you've never read before. It concerns my girl and her emotions. I can take parking or leave it alone but she demands that we park and make out everytime we go out. ' She's very, very emotional and I'm afraid one of these nights something is going to happen. Don't get me wrong. She's a gbod girl but she's too friendly for her own good. How can I help her because I like her a lot and don't want to see her get into trouble. — Max. Dear Max: You can probably best help her by cutting out the parking and discussing the problem with her. If she recognizes she has something to worry about, the next step would be for her to talk to her parents or at least her mother. * * * Dear Readers: We wrint to hejp you as much as possible and because we receive so many genuine problems and space is so limited, we're asking that you stop writing ficticious problems just for the sake of having your letter printed. For example, today's mail brought in three letters from the same individual living at Ware, Mass. In one letter the writer was a 20-year- ok! mother of five children with an alcoholic husband. Letter No. 2 represented the writer as a girl of 14 and the third letter, while sticking to the age of 14, threw me a curve. One of the letters may have been genuine but all three wound up in the waste basket because I'm not a magician and couldn't decide which was true and which was false. Let's cooperate, okay? Second class postage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1962 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLKR, Editm- & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MKRLK PRATT. Advt-rtis.ng Mgr JACK PURCKLL. Fuic-iridn COME TO THE FAIR FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES AUG. 11, 1942 In cooperation with Civil- Defense, the local police and Red Cross, the Algona fire department was going to put on an exhibition of first aid at the fairgrounds Aug. 23. Included on the program were first aid practices in connection with drowning, broken neck, asphyxiation, etc., and Joseph Dobson, national Red Cross representative from St. Louis, was to supervise the show. Unusual fruit made news again •here. A freak, v apple,- .perfectly ^formed and slighU^'larger-tWfJ^ir 'golf ball, had grown fforn-r'^the trunk of a Duchess apple tree in the John Lamuth orchard. There was no sign of a leaf or branch and the apple appeared, all alone, on the trunk of the tree, about four feet off the ground. Nobody knew how the strange apple tasted, because it disappeared soon after a photo was taken of it. The Al^ona (irays unleashed one of their top hitting sprees of the campaign to register an easy 15-1 victory over Armstrong here Sunday. Getting underway with a six- run rally in the home half of the first inning, Algona went on to win easily, climaxing the verdict with a five-run outburst in the last of the eighth. Leading hitters were Long and Ringsdorf with three blows each. According to Weatherman Harry N01te, temperatures in the area during the past week were about normal — except for some slightly cool nights. (Sounds like 1962) In fact, the entire year of 1942 resembled 1962, moisture-wise, and temperature highs and lows. The high for the week was 83 degrees Aug. 5 and the low was 50 degrees the same day. NATIONAL EDITORIAL NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Tii an Newspaper Representatives, Inc. •io-1 Kiiih A\c , New y,,ik 18, N.'v. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA ' ' • rl ' • • •' ! • ''-' $4 00 $600 SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA . Hutu A l« .\0 h,,t,M pt-i >L-ai S5 (JO ft WJ OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST Don't miss the Kossuth County Fair this year — in fact, circle the dates, Aug. 14-17, and plan to be present — because there are all kinds of educational and entertaining features that will be well worth your time and money. The 1962 program promises to be one of the best of all times. Grandstand presentations, afternoon and evening each day, will range from agricultural contests and shows to auto racing and a couple of the programs are be ing offered for >he first time here. It would be possible to spend a whole day looking over the boys' and girls' 4-H exhibits, including livestock, household items, etc., and remember, you will be seeing the top products turned out in Kossuth county during the past year. It's also fun to watch the judging of the livestock and the awarding of ribbons to winners. And don't forget to look at the up-to-date displays of merchandise being offered by many local firms and the culinary products, sewing, etc., entered by area homemakers. If a county fair is to be maintained annually, the support of every citizen within the county's boundaries is needed — so plan to attend (and enjoy) the Kossuth County Fair this year. You'll be glad you did. Indian Day At Titonka Is A Huge Success Titonka — This year's annual Indian Day, July 28, turned into the biggest and best for many years. It rained most of Friday while the concession people proceeded with the activities of setting up shows and rides for the midway. It stopped raining in the evening, even though briefly, so that a few people came to enjoy the attractions which opened and ran for awhile until rain again began to fall. Saturday, the parade was held » , , In the morning. There were 50 - :: - units^j-n the.;parade, and the usual Authorities were looking - foi" r &ifiount'df people lining the par- someone' who took an unwanted ade route to enjoy it. Free acts joyride on a combine at Taylor were presented both afternoon Imp. Co. here Sunday night. The and evening, drawing the usual culprit got on the combine, start- crowd. ed it, and apparently unfamiliar with the operation of such a piece There were no Sunday School or of equipment, threw it into gear Worship service at Titonka or and backed right into the north Doan Methodist churches Sunday, side of the Taylor building. The Aug. 5. On August 12, Rev. Gart- force of the collision put a crack in ner will be guest minister. Dr. the wall and damaged the com- W. Morris Kildal and family arc bine. on vacation. , , , Mrs Dean Lust, Anchorage, Alaska, arrived last week and School district reorganization SDCnt several days at the C. N. plans for Kossuth county were in Callies and Wm. N. Amesbury the stage of realignment of homes. on _ ^ _ figure 1 I do and they can date some of the same boys I do and don't have these problems about parking and petting. It's so bad I've just about decided to stop dating for a while and clear my head. Are all boys like that where a nice figure is concerned? — Hour Glass. Dear Hour Glass: Granted that a girl with a figure gets more eye attention than a straight up and down girl, that shouldn't affect the parking, petting and everything else. Your figure has nothing to do with you deciding to park with a boy. Maybe the girl's not as richly endowed as you have more brains and that's why they don't have these problems. Less probably cure all your problems. parking will Dear Dan: When does a mother stop worrying about her son? The other day I found three "girlie" magazines In my son's closet and while I m not particularly old-fashioned, I did blush at some of the pictures. I guess modern day society wouldn't cal} the photos "clirty^ but "art". Anyway, my son is 18 and I suppose he knows right frrfm wrong but should I mention this to him? My husband doesn't know either and I think if he did, he would be quite disappointed. — Modern Mother. , , ' Dear Bother: It's your home and if you don't want garbage indoors speak up. I think when we start closing our eyes to what we consider trash and garbage just because such trash and garbage are accepted in today's fast moving world, we're as bad off as the people we look down on fpr writing trash and for posing for these half-naked pictures. Like I said, it's your house and throw out the garbage if vou don't like the smell. FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPEK DES MOINES AUG. 12, 1952 Professional Directory INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefi 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 boundaries and discussions that subject were being held in the districts involved. At the present time, the Whittemorc district, Seneca, Fenton Rock districts and district were in the discussion stage. Tne intention of all The H. W. Kitzingers and Richard Cosgroves have returned from their vacation trip west. Mr and Mrs Arthur Boyken and and Lone family are on vacation in north- the Lakota ern Minnesota. The Howard Frcnchs, Algona; •Mrs S. Nicolau and son, Mike of BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lilies of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Over Penney'a . 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: 0:00 — 6:00 thru Sat. 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-3469 DOCTORS in- PRINTING? YOU NAME IT! WE DO IT! Commercial Printing By Letterpress, Offset or Plgneflgrqphy; §ngp-opt Forms; Sales Books; Register Tickets. Ail types of business forrns. - UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. AIGONA Nineteen foursomes were all set to go in the President-Vice President Golf Tournament at Algona Country Club Thursday. Tho foursomes were paired so the winners would be treated to a free Dutch lunch by the losers. When Julm L'lftrs, Al^ona. stepped on the starter of his power feed grinder Friday morning, there was a puff of smoke, followed by flames shooting out from under the hood. He called the Algona fire department and the firo was extinguished before much damage had resulted. A leak in the gas line, resulting in gas dripping on the starter switch, was blamed for the fire. The movies slated to show he.re included "Her Cardboard Lover" with Norma Shearer and Robert Taylor, "Powder Town" with Victor Mc-Laglen and June Havoc, and "Pacific Blackout" with Robert Preston, Martha O Driscoll and Eva Gabor. I.. K. Unniin. AlKuna, sppnt Thursday at Pipestone. Minn, on business. Theo Chrischillcs rctqrn- ed Friday evening from Chicago where he had spent a few days on a buying trip for the Chrischil- les store. Mr and Mrs Harold Lampright and Mrs F. L. Tribon attended a family reunion at Waterloo Sunday. Mrs H. VV. Miller returned Thursday from Sioux City where bhe spent a iuw days. This ad apjjfared — Women Wanted. 1H to 40, to work in defense planLs in Wichita, Kans., the air capita! of the world. The ad v.aj paid for tij d fu m Hut tiain- volved was to move slowly on Athens, Greece; Howard Beards- final decisions in order to cet any levs ' Margaret Ann Beardsley, ...__• ,. . " . . * tit !• .»_._ r> BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance serious problems ironed out before final plans were completed and voted upon. A truck, owned by Don Murray, Bancroft, was stolen sometime during the weekend from its parking spot at Bancroft and later located near Shakopee, Minn. The truck was not found by authorities, but rather by a man from Bancroft who saw it parked when he returned from the Twin Cities. He told Murray about ihe truck and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst was notified. Washington, D. C., and granddaughter, Barbara, Austin, Texas; Herman Dreesmans, Lu Verne; Jim Bleichs, Algona; and Linda Kellogg of Denver, Colo, had dinner at the Louis and Mary C. Oes- terriecher home July 28. Mr and Mrs Carl N. Callies ar• . rived Thursday for a few days at home. They recently returned from a 9000 mile trip to Alaska and down the west coast to Oregon. They were gone two months and visited their daughter, Darlene and husband, the Dean Lusts at Anchorage, Alaska, besides sightseeing the area. In Seattle they attended the Worlds' Fair • and visited a brother, Fred Callies. They also saw relatives in County Fair Albany, Ore., and called on the Amps Bonackers and Oscar Blan- 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, 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, Tbo l!i.">2 Kussuth was slated to open Wednesday, Aug. 13, with a big afternoon of cnards at woodbine, Ore., former big auto races. Other features on T j tonka residents, the program which promised to draw large crowds were motorcycle races Friday and Jimmie Lynch and his Death Dodgers Saturday. ROCK-BOTTOM RATES Harold C. Sundct CY 4-2341 The PMA (later ASC and ASC'S) Your correspondent, Mrs Mary Schroeder and son, Mark plan to vacation this week. We will" be visiting relatives and friends ancj sight-seeing in east central Jqwa, northeast Iowa and southeast and, south central Minnesota. Joan Dietrich, student at person- named Herman Studer chairman al trajnjng institute in Omaha, and Andrew Fangman vice chair- spent the weekenc) at the parental man at the annual meeting of Art Pietrjch home, county delegates here Saturday. J. Mr and Mrs Pavid Ryder and W. Bollig was named as third family of, BeJ Aire, Te*as, are board member and Hich.ard I. An- spending a few weeks vjsijjpg derson and Herman Larson were relatives fiere, and with her mflth- named alternates. The apnual er, Mrs Wm. Bqyken. fljpy are meeting and election pf county of- spending some time at the Boy- ficers followed election of town- ken pottage at Pine River, Minn. , LOqKWOOP The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of The United Slates Port, Iowa Phone 201 RICHARD A. MOEN 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 Bqx 412 Algona, la. Ph. Cy, 4-4539 fchip officers earlier. Movies slated to show at Mgq- Mrs Minnie Larsen had as, weekend guests her son, the Lewis Larsen.s and her' daughter, the Verner Laus. Another son, the na's theaters were "The Thing 1 ', Glen Larsens of Hurt, were Sun"Mutiny", with Mark Stevens and day victors. Angela Lanijbury, "Here Come Twu circles of Immanuel Luth- Thp Marinps", with Leo Gorcey eran church meet this week Marand the Bowery Boys, "At War tha, circle Aug. B and Mary circle With The Army", with Uuan Mar- Aug. 9. Compwr 12 Mt N Dodge Ph. CY 4-289J 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 DR. L. L, SNYDEB 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons Drg. SAWYER end ERICKSON Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing A:d Glasses 9 East State Street Phone CYpress 4-2196 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoon* PH. C. M. O'CONNOR Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training Contact Lenses 108 South Harlan St. (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 DENTISTS m, $ARl, B. HOfFMAM Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-4341 PH. J. B. HARRIS, JR, At 629 E. Suit Phone CY 4-2334 Credit Bureau or Kossuth Comity Collectrite Service Factbilt Reports Phone 294-3182 - Algona, la.
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