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I En0ag*m«nt Announced New Officers The Four Corners Mathers and Daughters club will meet May 12 with Mrs Raymond Steven as hostess. A sack lunch will be served at 1:30. Program is in charge of Mrs Jerome Eisenbarth and Mrs Vera Walker. New officers are Mrs Cecil Bjustrom, pres.; Mrs Jerome Eisenbarlh, vice-pres.; . Mrs. Richard Kuecker, 2nd vice- pres.; Mrs Quenton Bjuslrom, secretary treasurer; and Mrs Otto Harlan, assistant. Hosts Card Club Mrs William C. Dau entertained her bridge club last Tuesday evening. High and low score prizes were won by Mrs Elsie Reed and Mrs Lloyd Muckey, respectively. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnke at- icndccl the wedding a week ago Sunday of Dennis Licb and Penny Studer at Albert Lea, Minn. Honored Al Shower Darlene Fries, Algona, was the gut-9t of honor at a miscellaneous shower given recently at the Cecil Bjustrom home. A program of games given by Marfilyn Bjustrom and a reading given by Verna Schultz was presented. • The bride-to-be was assisted in opening her many gifts by Lorna Walker and Mrs Sue Bjustrom. Hostesses were Mesdames Charles Bjustrom, Harold Bjustrom, Cecil Bjustrom, Henry Schultz and Francis BMjustrom. Miss Fries will become the bride of Alan Walker, Algona, on May 21. Cresco Club To Meet Crcsco Mothers & Daughters Club will meet May 11, Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs Harold Sabin with Mrs Veronica Roethler assisting. ALGONA WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Nominated For 3 Academy Awards ! ALL THE BEST-SELLERS BEST SCENES ARE IN IT! COLUMBIA PICTURES A FRED KOHLMAR PRODUCTION The Last Mi*l . BETSY PALMER-LUTHER ADltt CLAUDIA UcHtlL-JOBV BAKER Serimphy by GERALD QUEEN k>»4 on hit novd • (mpi.ton ty AICHMD MUnnnr OifKled by DANIEL MANN • Pntottt by FfttO .KOHLMAR Plus Color Cartoon FRI.-SAT.-2 NEW FEATURES! >• AN INSPIRING •TQPIV OF FAITH AND COURAGE I REX REASON • NAN LESLIE • BETTY LOU GERSON "The Miracle Of The Hills' 4 Shown Sat. Mat. 2:00 SECOND NEW FEATURE from its TJWCW TERROR! Sun. - Mon, - Tues. - Continuous Sun. From 1 P. M. Mr and Mrs Martin F. Meyer, Burt, announce the engagement of their daughter, Helena, shown here, to John Dittmer, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Dittmer, also of Burt. Helena is employed at Druggists Mutual Insurance Co, here. No wedding date has been set. (UDM Engraving). Birthday Party Mrs Gene Muller gave a dinner party last Tuesday evening honoring her husband's birthday.' Guests were Mr and Mrs Harold Elbert, Mrs Leroy Elbert, Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Walter Elbert. Leroy Elbert was unable to attend as he was hospitalized for injuries suffered in an accident. Hosts At Breakfast Mr and Mrs Roger Whipple entertained at a Sunday morning breakfast in honor of their daughter J.eanne who made her First Holy Communion at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Those present were Jeanne's grandmother, Mrs Mae A. Logue of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Floyd Weishaar, Gary, Ricky, and Sandy and the Whipple children. tee in charge of serving May Lion's club dinner, Ruth Alice Patterson, Grace Trenary, Nellie Clark and Jane Scott. Wins Poetry Awards In a rec«.-nt statewide poetry contest, sponsored by the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Duane Hinckley, freshman at Burt high school, won two awards in Creative writing in the light verse division, first in the district and first in the slate.' for his original poem, "Tom and His Sax." Duane was sponsored locally by the Burt Womans Club. He was encouraged by his English teacher, Mrs Helen Martin. Duane is the son of Mr and Mrs Al Hinckley of Burt. Sunday guests of Mr and Mn» Jim St Jonn were Mr and Mrs Judd St. John, Mr and Mrs Mary Carroll,. Lucille Carroll and Mr and Mrs Donald Meyer. Rev. and Mrs Arthur Schultz took their son Paul to Iowa City Wednesday for a check-up at University hospital. They also called on Mrs Fred Lavrenz. a patient there. The Schultz were accompanied as far as Oakdale by Mrs Al Hinckley, who spent the day with her husband. Beth Miller was hostess Friday to the members of the Fortnightly club. Mrs Charles Scott was a guest. Mr and Mrs Frank Rycrson, accompanied by Mrs LeRoy Mc- Whortcr of Algona spent several days with the Ryerson's son Kent and family at Norwalk. They also attended Vieshia activities at Ames Saturday. Harry Mitchell of Austin, Minn, is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Jay D Graham. Mrs Jay D. Graham arrived home Sunday evening from a three week visit with relatives at les Schmidt, Alfred Meyer, Jerry Schmidt, Arlie Banwart and James Schmidt. Denver, Colo. attended the While there she wedding of her Lows Host Highs Low score bridge club members Eldora Agena, Coleen Barry, Dorothy Parsons and Mabel Percival entertained tKfe high score members Ruth Bay, Darlene Claude, Lois Harmes and Pat Honsbruch at a breakfast last Tuesday morning at Ambrose Call State Park. Mrs Smith Hostess Mrs H. M. Smith entertained the members of her birthday club Saturday, the anniversary of Mrs Roscoe • Mawdsley being observed. Luncheon at the Algona Hotel was followed by carus at Mrs Smith's. Entertains Family Mrs John Briggs observed a birthday anniversary Monday and had as dinner guests her sons and daughters-in-law i Mr and Mrs A. E.--Brings,-Mr and Mrs Bernard Briggs and Mr and Mrs Dale Briggs, of Buffalo Center & the respective families. Pinochle Club Mr and .Mrs Melyin Sifcrt entertained their pinochle club Monday evening. High score prize was won by Mr and Mrs Gene Nichols and low score prize went 10 Mr and Mrs Everett tripp. 29 Seniors To Graduate At Burl Friday Burt — Graduation exercises for 29 seniors of Burt high school are being held in the school auditorium at 8 p.m. Friday, May 13. Mrs June Goldman, Tilonka will 'give the commencement address. The salutatory speech will be Riven by Eugene Bahling, son of Mr and Mrs Merwyn Bahling. and the valedictory speech will be given by Grace McKim, daughter of Mr and Mrs William McKim. Completing their high school education and receiving diplomas will be: Grace McKim, valedictorian; Eugene Bahling, salutatorian; Gary Abbas, Jerry Koeetler, Rent- aid Cherjand, William Miester, Garry Davis, Barbara Wiener, Jay Davis, Donna Long, Marilyn Hinckley, Joseph Cunningham, Carilyn Hinckrey, Boyd Shipler, Judy Marlow, Linda Leason Mary McGuire, Perry Steward Ruth Harms, Judy Volentine, Audrey Curtis, Thomas Kissner. Dennis Johnson, John Dcttmer. Jcanetta Woltz, Jo Ann Johnson. Linda Stenzel, Arnold Schutter an! Dennis Wolfe. Auxiliary Noete American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening- Theela Christensen received the door prize, . . . The group voted at this meeting to send $30 to the Glenwood hospital to be used to buy a steel tihair. The following committees were announced by the president: Nominating, Gladys Hawcott. Mary Ihnen and Stella Geesman; Memorial Day window display, Maureen Vogel and Elna Boc-tt- grandson, Richard Graham. Mrs Graham also visited a niece in Laramie, Wyo. Mr and Mrs Marvin Roarda and Byron Lee, Belmond, were Sunday guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs Arthur Schultz and family. Mrs Jay D. Graham received word of the death of a great nephew, Wayne Morris. Rathsay, Minn! Mr Morris, who was in service in California met accidental death there. Mrs Raymond Lovstad was the guest of her mother, Mrs Earl Miller, Algona, at the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet held at the Presbyterian church, Al- •gona, Monday evening. MVs Wm. Holmse'tK was hostess to 16 friends at her home Monday evening. Dr. and Mrs Eugene Lloyd and family, Shenandoah, visited from Saturday until Monday at ths Charles Scott .home. Mr and Mrs Wm. Boetlcher and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Bocttcher, Morro Bay, Calif., were recent hosts to 28 guests at a 6:30 dinner at the Wm. Boettchrr home. All enjoyed an evening of cards following the dinner. Mrs Fred Lavrenz is recovering satisfactorily in an Iowa City hospital from eye surgery which shi- underwent last Thursday. Mr and Mrs Fred Hilton and Gerald spent Sunday at the Roy Frey home at Belmond where they joined other members of Mr Hilton's family at a familji gathering .' Wednesday and Thursday — "The Last Angry Man", 7:25 9:25. Friday and Saturday — "Miracle Of The Hills", 7:0* - S:50; "Web Of Evidence", 8:25. Saturday Mat. only — Show starts at 2:00, "Miracle Of The Hills", 2:30. Friday Midnight show — "The Flame Barrier, 11:20; "The Return Of Dracula", 12:35. Sunday — "Jet Over The Atlantic", 1:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 10:00; 'Fury In Paradise", 2:35 - 5:35 8:40. Monday and Tuesday — "Jet Over The Atlantic", 7:05 - 10:00: 'Fury In Paradise", 6:45. Herd Results In 2 Groups For April Tabulated Twenty-three herds were tested on D.H.I.A. for April in North Kossulh, according to Forrest Hofbauer, D.H.I.A. supervisor, Swea City. Cow owners with cow lactation over 400 Ib .butterfat were: Walter Campncy (3), Harry Bartclt, Alvin Boettchcr (2), Laurence Locschen and Donald Hofbauer. Herds averaging over 40 Ib. of butterfat por cow were those of Ralph H. Walker, Dale Schroder, Donald Hofbauer, Leander Men- kc, Edwin Wichtendahl, Hilbert Bierstedt, Harry Bartelt. Milton Madison, Sidney Payne and John Ruger. Dale Schroeder, left out of the March report, had 12 cows with 160G Ibs. milk and 49.2 Ibs. fat. Eighteen herds tested during April on D.H.IA and seven herds tested by owner-sampler plan, according to Mrs Paul Hurn, D.H.I.A. supervisor, Algona, resulted in herds with highest averages being those of Kermit Kuecker, Robert Weachter, Char- The American Red Cross is an organization of 2,000.000 volunteers — 149 to each of the 13.400 career staff workers. At the end of the last fiscal year, the American Red Cross had 58,000 nurses enrolled for community service. Now you Know! The answer to insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: Will an insurance company defend an absolutely groundless suit brought again- sl someone for whom it has written some form of Liability Insurance? ANSWER: Yes, thai is one of the principal reasons for carrying liability insurance; to av oid the expense of defending law suits. * if you'll address your own insurance questions to this ot fice, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation ol any kind. L S BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 WED. - THUR. MAY 18-19 ALGONA "A FINE SUCCESSOR TO 'SONG OF BERNAOETT " "Pictorial loveliness... in magnificent color and spectacle!" N.Y. Timt* tilde" ~ Schenck. Geneyteve Spry, ,Wernua"», Nellie Clark; coaumt- Fran* Worfol't remarkable *torv of a woman's devotion to God I any Pop* tun ever op| ptartd 01 pert of a dramatic film!) ring ANNIE ROSAR IMCIM ACCOlADf IfCION Of OfCfNCV .. A Itwii df Bechtment Atio<iaJ*i Ijlcftf M M»gnifict»> COLOt PLUS COLOR CARTOON AND "WONDERS Op ONTARIO" PRESENT DISCOUNT COUPON AND SAVE 15c -FRANZ WERFEl'S MASTWNEtl — SiE VHNWA AND ROME IN (UORIOUi COiORI YOU'LL MAKE A PILO11WAGI TO THE VATICAN AND HAVE AN AUDIENCE WITH POPE PIUS XII. Tuesday, May 10, I960 AI06M (le.VUpper DM IftoWM^I c*use, If any they have, why Instrument should not be probated nnd allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Aleona. low*. Ma* 0, 1MO. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Ctturt. (10) OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office'' furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. Legal Notices NOTICE OF PROBATE Of WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7721 March Term. I960. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Philip J. Kohlhaas. Deceased, dated January 12. 1857. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 23rd day of May, I960, is fixed for hearing proof ol same at the Couit •House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. II any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa. May 9, 1UGO. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. J. D. Lowe, Attorney Algona, Iowa , 'Sup«fBtrKd«» of rwr...ihi$wiMi be MOW Luckin NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7723 March Term, 1960. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Emll O'Green, Deceased, dated June 4, 1U53, and codicil attached thereto dated June 25. 195!). having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 23rd day of May, 1960. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby not- itiecl and required to appear, and show ALGONA #55* Midniqht Show jCr/?ff/nr/A/e- MIL i-f m.' TO THE FIRST 200 PATRONS SHOW STARTS AT 11:15 P.M. - ADMISSION 75c Starring [RANCISLEDERER-NORMAEBERHARDT RAY STRICKLYN-JOHN WENGRAF-VIRGINIA VINCENT THE n*Sf SATELLITE THAT RETURNED TO EARTH... AND THE HSU. IT BROUGHT WITH ITJ flame Starrmf ARTHUR FRANZ KATHLEEN CROWLCT •tt» «0««T MOWN 'NOW HEAR IT WHILE YOU SEE IT! In the privacy of your own car you can hear all the laugh provoking dialogue that you missed because of the uproar- ious laughter in the theatre" OPEN AT 7 P.M. ENJOY OUft NEW GIANT 70 FT. WIDE SCREEN ! WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT. The romantic story of a careful career girl who believes in "singleness a carefree bachelor who believes in "togetherness"... and the hilarious things that happen when they tangle! / "POSSESS ME" "ROIYPDIY" "INSPIRATION" Special Discount Coupon This Coupon presented at box-office wiH entitle bearer to admission at the following discount prices: Childtenfunder 13) All Times . 3Sc Juniors (12 to 17 years) AH Times We Adults (Matinee*) _. 60c Adults (Evenings) ___,-__-,.__ 75c Special PUcounl Coupon Value 15o Our Regular Prices *— Adult* Mtlinee IK, Ertninf 2 Doyt Only ! Wo<i -Thur, May 18O9 Jutio* .Anytime Paiiy MitiMOf i?M P.M. .. .... Evenings WQ and 9iOO P-M. ChiWwn IT'S WHAT GOES ON WHEN THE LIGHTS GO Off! CO-STARRING TONY RANDAU--MIMA RjTTER WITH NICK ADAMS • MARCEL OALIO • JULIA MEAK - Directed by MICHAEL GORDON „ » I Screenplay by STANLEY SHAPIRO and MAURICE RICHLIN • Produced by ROSS HUNTER and MARTIN MttCHEH r „'* AN ARWIN P600UC1ION • A UNIVtRSAUNTERNATIONAl RELEASE • C/VfMASCOPf (*\ v* • SECOND HILARIOUS FEATURE ! Plvt 2 Color Cartoont KM THIS fN04e|MfMT ONLY ADULIf fOc CHILDREN FREE PLUS BONUS FEATURE ALSO SATURDAY NIGHl COME AS LATE AS 11:30 AND UC WAS NO ORDINARY ilk I/Ill CD I IOME EARLY AND STA FrI, - Sat* And See Our 3-Un

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