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2-Alaona (la.) Upper DCS Moines TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1962 %$t De$fllome$ INVITED TO THE FUNERAL A WHOLESOME SIGHT When former President Herbert Hoover Most of us think of funerals os a time to came back to his birthplace in Iowa, last week, pay our last respects to the departed. Invitations to observe his 88th birthday, he was of course to attend are not the usual order of procedure. the chief center of interest. It was 'his day." But the Marilyn Monroe funeral was dif- But sitting on the same platform with him ferent. Only a small number were allowed to was former President Harry Truman, a peppery attend, and by invitation only. This, in turn, 78, there to pay his respects. seems to hove upset a great many people who The two men represented two different poll- knew Marilyn in motion picture circles, and felt] deal parties, ond two widely divergent poinrs slighted by failure to receive on invitation. ! of view insofar as the conduct of national of- A funeral is certainly a family affair, and ; fairs and the place of Federal government in if those clcisst to the deported decide to keeps national life is concerned. Yet there was cor- it private, that is their business. Nor are funerals, diolity, both men ore good Americans, each intended to be places for showmanship, or the J standing up for his beliefs, each willing to pay creation of false impressions os to the close) due respect fo the other. relations between departed ond mourners! There was something quite symbolic about Funerals ore simply the final rites, the last re- j the appearance of these two former presidents specfs, for the deported. And you can pay re-i on the platform at West Branch, something that spec* to the deported without attending the j we sometimes fail to perceive or to remember, furero' STRICTLY BUSINESS "SMIS GRBA.T Ml LO PeAT^ftws HU5H PIVE ? ss^-yyjsjjLt ZU*£«2^ fl'm a/raid Mito J»» lort h» confidence!" new president was Mrs Mary Genrich of Lone Rock, while other officer! ^^ Mfs Wallace Hawcott, Surt, vice president, Bernice, Jensen, Lone Rock, secretary, and Mrs Chris Reese, Algona, treasurer. * * * >. The Upper t>es Moines was packed with b*ck-to-school and Treasure Hunt specials being fea You Can Addfett Quettiont To Him At BOX 66 KALISPEU, MONTANA . Underneath our many strifes and differences of opinion c-d viewpoint, we ore all of the some soil. While we may hove our own internal quarrels, let nobody from outside get the false impression that we cannot stand together — or sit on the same platform. The Hollywood circle which did not ge invited to the Monroe rites, ond managed to get ;heir expressions of disapproval into the public print, were probably exactly the kino of friends" that Marilyn had learned to shy awoy from. VERY LITTLE INTEREST THIS IS CERTAINLY ODD We were greatly intrigued by a news story jb, pusi ana presem, or from Davenport, stating that the state banking various segments of local government and department had ordered local banks there to school districts, are being held with practically S '°P accepting interest-bearing accounts from t n o I it\j rtr Dn\sanr\r\rt The budget hearings, past and present, of no citizens present. This, on the surface, would seem to indi- the City of Davenport. Davenport has more than Si million in cote complete satisfaction with each and every three ' ocal banks drawing 2 l 2 r c interest. But budget offered. We think this is a false illusion; fhe slafe banking department says its order is the awakening always comes after January 1 based on an attorney general's opinion that when folks go to pay their taxes. Then they interest can only be given on funds provided howl to high heaven; but come next July and ^y a direct vote of the people — bond issues. they take the easy way by not attending. . just an ordinary citizen, unversed in the We used to attend the budget hearings mumb °-l um bo that somehow creeps into the and they were always interesting. But we soon leg , a mazes thaf rule our lives, it seems mighty found that anyone questioning aspects of any ° m " ni cipal''y can be prevented from budget was likely fo hove the remaining as- bankin 9 surplus funds so that they draw inter ^P m Kiln no /*i/*i rvc t K j-i 11 *-t It f* niiA*-4?n.*.»,.. ..._. -.—. — ™5l» semblage act as though a questioner was committing a sacreligious act. This has a tendency And if further seems strange that the state 'o keep potential objectors home, which is banking department, or the attorney general, ° r both, can issue orders stopping a sensible thing such as drawing interest on surplus funds of a city. * * * CONGRESSMAN'S FREE MAIL Emmetsburg Democrat — Since redistricting plopped Palo Alto county into a new district, most of which is now represented by Congressman Hoeven, we have'learned something afciout Mr. H. He sends out more mail from Washington than any public official in our experience. It seems every week we get two or three letters from him, franked mail mostly if not all so far. Tuesday the bulkiest package in the morning mail was a big enevelope from Hoeven. It contained a marked copy of the Congressional Record of July 19. It was half an inch thick, with the thin pages squeezed together, and had 213 pages. The marked passages were of interest, telling Hoeven's position on the agricultural committee's farm bill and reporting his blast at Secretary Freeman. But we just don't have the time to add so much reading to our list every week. In addition, we question why anyone wanting anything is that eager to flood the mails, even when it's free. There must be better ways of getting votes. * Life is the only game in which each individual player makes his own rules. - Neola Gazette-Reporter. * * * The woman who constantly interrupts man's conversation either is already married or never will be. - The Lockridge Times. * * « Loafer: A man who likes to mow the lawn in the winter and shovel snow in the summer. — Sioux Rapids Bulletin Press. * * * A henpecked weather man is one who is married to a woman v/ho speaks at 150 v/ords a minute with gusts up to 180. - The Hopkinton Leader 'o keep potential objectors home, which where most of them seem to have been. * * * The biggest trouble with political promises is that they go in one year and out the other. — Carteret County News-Times, Morehead City, N. C. * * * A weather forecaster is someone with whom the weather doesn't a/ways agree. ^.Igona Upper pcs iJloines 111 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Second class postage paid at Algona, Iowa Issued Tuesday in 1%2 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr JACK. PURCELL. Foreman ning, Jack Haley, Walter Abel and Patricia Morrison; "Crossroads" featured William .treasure mini specials being featured at local stores. Among Dear Dan: 1>m going to toe a freshman this fall and I hope to play stores, with large ads were Gra- on Our freshman football team but they tell me there's a lot more to I.«BU*_ f* »» * *-» i • _ ft than •in'pt Vtn*ttnrr *•*«*((• ftt*in n«t*4 t-miMrr nl-il/i fr» tMlfl nafret Ori^l tVi**A... TEc HuS WciC CJr8" vui 11 ^oilman luuiuait icani uui uicj icu in<- nivi v- o a tut. mui c LU ham's, S & I., Gambles Cowan " than J ust having muscles and being able to run, pass and throw. Bldg. Supply. Bjustrom's the * ve been hearing a lot about attitude. What's it mean and Would it Hub, Chrisch'illes store, Richard- count much in sports? - Dale son's, Kresensky's Crilly Appli- Deal " Dale: Attitude is all-important. If you have the wrong alliance, Bradley Bros Penney's and tude in class - eitner lne "* don '' care " or tne smar t-aleck lype, you Algona Implement ' w ' n< * U P w ' tn D 's or F's. If your attilude isn't right for sports, you'll * * ' « never be any use to your team. Arnic Ricklefs, Algona insurance Take , a look at Stan Musial of the St> Louls Cardinals. Here he is, man, was one of three agents in a man of 41> and a ^P 6 ' baseba11 star who can rest on his many Iowa to win an expense oaid trio laurels anytime he chooses. But instead what's he doing? Well, as to Estes Park Colo Mr anrf Mr« of the da y ^is column was written, he was balling .350 and leading Ktektefc S due to eave laler "] e N ?, tional ^ M K ^V' 5 atlltude " ke? 1>d Say he tel1 " in the week for SPVPH Have in hlmself he ca n do it and then does it. Colorado ^e all have to watch our attitude whether in sports, business, . . , hobbies or even in writing a newspaper column, Three area voun* men tinh ,nH For mvself . * get fed up to my eyeballs wilh smarl-aleck 13 and Dick Kain S^xfon ^nd ?£ 14 'y ear -° ld kids tellin 8 me they know all there is lo know. Then I realize Soarks Alffonr wp'r P «£L E that what they na & know ta nothin 8 and I wind up feeling sorry for ? aP k a e kSa ' m !fr a i nn r ef r ng ^ them - M ^** * ** ****** as {.lent Dear Dan: My girl's molher is five feet, five inches and weighs about 165 pounds. My girl is about the same height and I'm afraid she'd get fat too in time because her three sisters are built like her mother I couldn't stand a fat wife but I still love this girl. Would I be "~^ in business out of my life if I told her how I feel? take a much longer trip. ~ The Ihree, who graduated in 1952 from to look for jobs. Kossuth county Young Demo- Gesture" had Gene Tierney, Walter Huston, Victor Mature and Ona Munson in the cast; and "A Genlleman Afler Dark", wilh Brian Donlevy, Miriam Hopkins and Preslon Fosler. 18. FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGOVA UPPER nF^Mmv^ Mr and Mrs Ken Cowan - AI 8»" a ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES became parents of thejr fjrst ^ , , ' ™* a girl named Patricia, born Sun. „,„„„ , ,- ,. , , . day at the Kossuth hospilal. Other A group of 13 enlisted reservists lorak Rnh \Tnpirnv cnn n f M- returned to active duly Monday ^\ { ~ ^f^y^JS dy '" re ov ucev ™mn evening after a two-week furlough h £ -aimmpr P™ it r£t » following prior induction. Thfy WesKanTt MKcheT <? reported to the draft board here, , me home FHrtpv tn then boarded a train headed for "rents T Mr and Mr. R Fort L ' Fort Leavenworth. Kans., f o r , h . ., , duty. Russell Hutchins of Algona n, also joined the military ranks * when he enlisted in the US Navy at Des Moines during the week He was sent to Great Lakes for recruit training. t h «u H on ZH/V tt *?'* *"L " S v, mlay H xi i / ™ " ni . on '.. Mr . and cMr ? L - E - h J >t V ^ - f ?*** W6re t0 relatlves fora few da y s ' A NEW GAME learned of a new card game called "Eliminate Your Bud- As I thought about this game I realized as a farmer, I had been playing this same game a i!i= for vears ' "Eliminate Your Neighbor" has been going on in agriculture for quite a number of years and we now have fewer farmers today than at any time in history. Farmers have a smaller margin of profit from which to re- sitting on a powder keg if you — ^«e-.» —f «.~ WMWJV.*.!.. uv.oiu\.^ mat, if your girl's mother ever heard the story, she and her 165 pounds would probably belt you so hard you wouldn't have a nose left to worry about. ' • « * Dear Dan: I was working out of town for two weeks and when I returned, my girl confessed she had dated another boy. She said he was the son of an old family friend and she couldn't help it because the family showed up unexpectedly and her mother practically pushed her out the door. I believe her but I don't think it's fair. After all, when a boy and girl go steady, they're not supposed to date others and parents should know as much. Isn't that right? — Jackie. Dear Jackie: Parents usually know the rules but they also know going steady shouldn't be considered that serious. The thing is over and done with so why worry? * * * Dear Dan: My boy friend has a big problem. He doesn't take as many bathes as he should. He dresses neatly but he just doesn't bathe every night. Okay, just how do I tell him? This is something I can't excuse or laugh off because it is a problem and some of our friends have mentioned it too. — Miss Confused. Dear Miss: You don't tell him but you do get together with a couple of his buddies and see what you can work out. Boys can discuss this a lot better than you think. If they tell him some Baseball fans lucky enough to : in the stands at Lone Rock was Sunday afternoon saw two of the c.mdav' inest games played in the county OU " UCIJ '' or many years. The Algona rays, who were attempting to in, net farm income aver- 31.4 per cent of the gross income. With rising costs and declining and 1-0. Johnson hurled a one•hitter far Algona in the opener •&ng Lflo|| was. almost as effective,' gffing up-^nJy four blows.in v |he nightcap. Long and Winkel each got four hits for the Grays in the doubleheader while no Lone Rock hitter got more than one hit. According to the records of Weatherman Harry Nolle, Algona, the soil temperature in this area dropped five degrees, from 81.3 a fine time. reunion of one of the in Kossuth county at the fairgrounds here inest'games pl ayed in the bounty SV^la!T^RlllX or manv vears. Th P Aionna Iamllv . . OI . lne late . N ICK Reding pr j ces agriculture's net income the day to- level duclined rather precipitously to an average of 33.3 per cent for the period of 1953 through 1960. This average figure of 33.3 per cent is two percentage points less than the 35.3 per cent average of 1931-34, the worst four years of the''depression. Does this comparison surprise you? If so, you will be even more startled to learn that the 31.4 per cent .historical low established in 1932, the worst year of the depression, was surpassed in 1959, when farm net income dropped to 29 per cent of gross farm income. This net low was to be followed by a 1960 average of 30.1 per cent pay their indebtedness than at any • ,. time in the last half-century. a proDiem . _ _ ._. —.„.. „.,„., /v/u lllllm . ,, Ulej , ltjil nim some 1932, the worst year of the °, f ' h £ g .' rls have bcen complaining that he doesn't bathe enough that should be warning enourJi for him. Get in this problem now before you lose your nerve Professional Directory INSURANCE , . :o 76.3, during the week — and that drop was not helping the corn crop much. Reason for the dip was lower highs and lows dur FROM TIIK FILES OF THE ALGONA I'PPEK DES MOINES AUG. 19. 1952 for the second lowest year in the last half century. „ __. " * ' Net income from farming during ing the period. The high was 85 Harvey Larsen. Burl, was taken the last nine years averages low- degrees Aug. 17 and the low was to St - Ann hospital. Algona, Sat- er than in any other comparable 54 degrees the day before. urday after he sustained a broken period of years from 1910 through . . leg when the horse he was riding 1961. The years 1959, 1960 and 1961 Everyone in the entire area was ste PP ed ln a n <j'e, throwing him have been the three pooresl pro- set for the opening of the Kossuth off He * as rf -P°rted in satisfac- fit years al an average of 29.9 County Fair slated to open "here tfjry condltion - P er cent since 191 °- which is the Sunday - and while the Fair had ' * * earliest records were kept. This definition appeared in Russ Farmers, we and we alone, can A. J. (Amie) Ricklefs . Hospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail 2 E. State CY 4-4529 ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. H. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance CY 4-3176 206 E. State BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2Y35 been enjoying much success down NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE American Newspaper Representatives, Inc 40-1 r :!'.!. Av. , N<:v," Y'^k 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN TRADE AREA ft 00 $'; no SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE AREA 51 00 OfTlCIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST Disneyland is the ever built by a mouse. greatest people trap In an effort to conserve tires and gas, the committee in charge of the Humboldt Countv Old Set- get into. through the years, it was thought " allcr ' s odds and Ends — A change this "Game." Instead of possible it might be the last one week| y newspaper is one you cuss "Eliminate Your Neighbor," let us for the duration of World War II * hen il fails to P rint th e item unite and help one another. Help A wonderful program of varied about your Aunt Susie ^'"S here your ne 'g nDor and y° u will save types of entertainment was on tao on a visit - and a 8 ain when it does your own investmenl, the family ^ print the one about the scrape you farm and the much needed small ' ' ' businesses. Henry Eggerth, Swea City Plum Creek 4-H Achievement Day Held August 6 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance KOSSUTH MUTUAL . INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. CY 4-3756. Scuffhwn. Sec'y . Uf ° ^'^ P ? U ' ar as " priest at St. Cecel a's Cath- plans for the 19-12 The picnic had been held there for at least 50 years C'hristi parish at Fort Dodge, according to an announcement made Thursday. Father Kelm was well- HERBST INS". AGENCY For Auto, House, Household Gooda, and Many Other- Forms Phone GY 4-3733 Ted S, Herbst Remember any of these movies" known for his work with youth in .. P . lum Cree ! t E r l 5. 4 ' H girl: hey were all slated tn «.hr,u. :.. ihp aroa anri fnr fhn a thi»»i/. nrn . their annual Achievement They were all slated to show at the two theaters in Algona '-Bc> ond The Blue Horizon Dorothy Lamour, Richard , , Ihe area and for the athletic pro- lAheir ca ? nu f ul Achievement day ram at St. Cece' Aug ' 6 m the Plum Creek com ' girls held day Faim Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail . Tractor ^Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Houis: 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 4-3463 DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2345 Resident phone CY 4-3277 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 $10 IN CASH! If you buy a Frigidoire Appliance thia wek during Frlgidaire's 40 Millionth Celebration, present thit coupon—and we'll present YOU u-ith u criap $10 bill! It's our way of thanking you {or helping us sell our share of these 4Q mtliwn Fri$idyif9 WQfluch! TPJfc/IO LR/JETjS'if OAlf V/ BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE Algona CY 4-3613 ROCK.BOTTOM RATES Harold C. Sundet CY 4-2341 «. smtd^fej? sis r'"vir" ' j r{'« •"•"•' CT< -"' D °"*••*•""• Cooper, who had been serving as £ en Anllker and Mrs Ral P h assistant at Vail. n ^ P ^,' • , , , The following will have articles „ ., . at the Fair: Jane Walker, Diane Kossuth county VH and FFA Bode G i oria Mjller Ann ,' w ,, members sold $60,000 worth of Joan ' W ard, Audrey Gardner Ruth baby beef at the annual auction Bensc hoter, Ljnda Gardner, Joyce at the Kossuth County Fair Sat- cabrielson, Kristie Young, Bever- urday morning A total of 181 , y Miller and Susan pode _ calves were sold, and the average Tne gjrls presented their leader price per hundredweight was Mrs Clifton Benschoter, with an $33.46, well under the $37.66 aver- engraved Bon-Pon dish. Lunch age paid in 1951. The price per was served, pound for the grand champion, however, was higher than in 1951 when Mor-Gro, Inc. paid $60 for DALE W. LOCKWOOD Tne Equitable Life Assurance Society Of The United State? Burt, Iowa Phone 20 J Plum Creek Elite RICHARD A. MOEN Representing FEDERATED INSURANCE JOHN M. SCHUTTER, M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-2335 DEAN F. KOOB. M. D. Residence Phone CY 4-4917 PhyMcians & Surgeons 220 No. Dodge. Algona Office Phone CY 4-4490 OPTOMETRISTS DR. L, L. SNYDER 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-2715 Closed Saturday Afternoons rr **»•• ...~. —. ~, ...v. |,rM. u T ww «w. — • - • y &^ilH\f\ 4 4^4-J AI^IO WlW»ilV^£4 Gailen Johnson's Angus, which Plum Creek Elile 4-H girls held Modern One-Stop Insurance Service weighed 1,010 pounds. Marvin Iheir July meeling at the home of Hackbarth had the grand champ- Jean Mescher. Talks were given ion hog and Dick Kuecke'r showed by Joan Ward and Joyce Gabi the reserve champion hog at the rielson. Demonstrations were Fair. given by Beverly Miller and Linda * * * Gardner. The next meeting will Indian Days at Titonka closed be at the home of Gloria and, with what was termed the largest Beverly Miller. crowd in the history of the event • —> ^—* Saturday night. Twenty-five floats GARDEN were entered in the big parade Mr and Mrs Edwwd Phelzjn. of Business — Home — Car — Life Phone CY 4-49&S P.O. Bo< 33? Algona, Iowa JOHN T. „__„,.,., Lutheran Mutual Life Ins. Co. "An old Line Legal Reserve Co." 114 So. Main Box 412 }». Ph. CY 4-4539 "• " ~w r 1 -" "— •- *•** **»*v* jfi* a JJ414 vr ££ 14 v'ffCiJlll U| that got things underway at 10:30 LeMars have a flower garden that a.m. Free acts and a baseball is a blaze of color. In lush pro' game were held in the afternoon fusion besides the Stately glMto, and there was also a show at luses are petunias, phlox, pop- Q'SP-t' pies, primroses, lilies, dajsiejs. ' * * puiks, snapdragons, dahlias, Irish The county Auxiliary of the Am- Bells, aiyssum, monkshood and erkan Lagion met at Wesley Aug. the exgjggily fragrgat tuter rosa 12 and installed new officers. The and night blooming nicotiana. Mai1Cigei!lif|! Dr.. SAWYER and ERICKSOM Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing A:d Glasses 9 East State Street Phone CYpress 4-2198 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoon* DH. C, M, O^CONNOR ' Visual Anaylsis & Visual Training Contact Lenses 108 Squth ilarlan St. (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY1-374J DENTISTS OH. KARL. B. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal 8Jdg. Office phone CY 4-4341 , n. 8t*it 4-?334 Credit Of Kossuth County Collectrite Service Factbilt Reports

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