The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1965 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1965
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What we need is lor the Russians to come to view life with the warmth and humor of a Tom Sawyer, the Missourian said. There are now more than 23 million teenagers in the United States, says the Chronicle- Herald of Macon, Mo. If the action at our house is any indicator, 22 million of them are on the telephone. The Tipton (Iowa) Advertiser reports, "The divorce problem exists because there are too many married couples and not enough husbands and wives." (Any relationship between this item and the proceeding one is purely coincidental). The Cannelton (Ind.) News reports, "Any man with money to burn can always find somebody to tend the fire." The Delavan (Wis.) Enterprise reported a birdhouse building contest some time back. It got us to wondering again how Mr. Robin keeps Mrs. Robin happy year after year with the same land of a drab nest? The Rockport (Ind.) Journal wonders why the Food and Drug Administration went to such great efforts to determine what goes into peanut butter, but did no work whatsoever on the problem of how to get the stuff off the roof of your mouth. A man's social foothold isn't always secure just because he stands on his dignity, says The West Bend (Wis.) News. The Worthington (Ind.) Times tells about the woman who was so nervous she could thread her sewing machine while it was running. Apparently she was a Cub Scout den mother. Don't let opportunity fool you, cautions The Denison (Iowa) Review, it often comes disguised as work. The Lima (Ohio) News carries a story that defines space beetles. These beetles are satellites with antennae extending almost a third of a mile and are designed to seek the source of mysterious celestial radio signals from our Milky Way galaxy, its planets and stars. A beetle in space? Sounds like a great idea. A notice in The Tri-Couniy News of Osseo, Wis. said that even though you pay your telephone bill promptly, the telephone remains the property of the telephone company and is Under the company's control. Now the problem is, how do we get the telephone company president in the middle of the night to tell him his phone is ringing, and we are sure it is a wrong number. A refreshing contrast to an old story is the one carried in The News Graphic of Cedarburg, Wis. that tells of the local traffic officers who battled hazardous driving conditions to get a prospective mother to the hospital, to find out later that all she had was a tummy ache and the baby wouldn't be born for at least two months. "Folks used to worry because they couldn't take it with them," comments The West Bend (Wis.) News. "Now they worry that it won't last as long as they do. A broken home can be caused by termites, says The Reedsburg (Wis.) Times-Press. The Black Hills (S.D.) Press says, "If you are not afraid to face the music, you may get to lead the band some day." Nothing annoys a woman so much as having her friends drop in unexpectedly to find the house looking as it usually does, claims The Algona Upper Des Moines, Iowa. A conversationalist is one who can tell twice as many details as anybody wants to hear, says the Watertown (Wis.) Daily Times. Seasoned for Summer 4556 10-20 9329 6-U 9329—Snappy tailor with contrast braid and bow. Printed Pattern in Girls' Sizes o, 8, 10, 12, 14. Size 10 takes 2H yards 35-inch fabric. SOt 4956 —Cool, back-wrapped style with lid* insets for perfect fit. Printed Pattern In Misses' Sizes 10-20. Six* 16 takes 4H yards 35-inch fabric. 35< 4809—Tab-waiited casual hat cool neck, pockets. Printed Pattern in Half Sizes 14J4-24fc. Size 16V4 takes 3ft yards 35-inch fabric. 50* 9152—Box-pleated fashion with curvy, contrast belt. Printed Pattern In Half Sizes 12V4-22V4. 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