4-Aleone (Ie.) Upptr 0*1 Mo!r>« Thunday, April 25, 1957 Welhousen To Head Titonka P, T. A, '5J, '58 Titonka — The annual Titonka P.T.A. election was held at thf monthly meeting Monday evening with John Welhousen beirie elected as president; Doris Miller. vice president; Delnris Slrobp), secretary; nnd Erwin Giesking. treasurer. Moving To Minnstota DaiTell Beaver has bought the Elroy Hatten house in Titonkt: and the Hattens have bought r house in Anoka. Minn. They both plan to move June 1st. Indian Day Set The Titonka Chamber of Commerce held a special meeting to decide if the annual Indian Day celebration would be held as usual this year. It was decided to be held on Monday evenine and all day on Tuesday the 29 and 30 of July, instead of the date August 15 as in previous years. A parade will be held and special thought has been given toward staging an amateur contest. Kristen Kay Thiesse, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sylvan Thiesse, was baptized Easter Sunday morning by the Rov. B. H. Schwerin. Her sponsors -were Arthur Goerndt and Mrs Raymond Halvorsen of Ceylon, Minn. The Thiesses also entertained both grandmothers, Mrs Wm. Thiesse and Mrs H. W. Hagen and Mi and Mrs Arthur Goerndt and Judy and Mr and Mrs Raymond Halverson and i&nneth and Rev. and Mrs Schwerin and family fo; dinner. Sunday guests at the home o.' Mr and Mrs Nick Heegdi were Mrs Anna Swyter, Mr and Mrs Virgil Heesch and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Welhousen, Mr and Mrs Gene HeltonjrtMr and Mrs Reinert Dirjcsen and Amanda Heesch of Des Moines. Mr and Mr? W:n. Evcrding and family wore Sunday iues!= at the home of Mr and Mrs Menno Evcrding and daughters. The Buffalo Township Homemakers club met at the home o' Mrs Clarence Brandt with Mr? Arthur Rode as co-hostess Thursday afternoon. Mrs Erwin Eden and Mrs Clarence Brandt dressed and cup up chickens as a demonstration while Mrs Ray Krantz gave a lesson on Safety. Easter Sunday, April 21, wa.* Mrs Raymond Bartlett's birthday and' d'nner guests who helped her celebrate were Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and children of Lone Rock and Mrs Herbert Klasse. Monday afternoon she entertained a few friends at 500 Mr and Mrs Gene Helton and Reinert Dirksen of DCS Moine? came Sunday morning to the home of Mr and Mrs Nick Heesch to spend the day and take Mrs Dirksen and Amanda Heesch who has been vScting at the Frank Meyer home in Corwith. Anna Swyler liome and the Heesch home for the past week home with them. Mrs Hazel Carrol, Mrs Max Goldman, Mrs Leo Richter, Mrs Eldon Attig, Mrs R. L. Krantz. Mrs Wm. Schram and Mrs Jay Budlong wefe those that attended the guest day of the WSCS held at Thompson Wednesday Mm Goldman was the guest speaker. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Schram and sons of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Herman Schutter and family of Jewell and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Swan and family were Easter Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm Schram. Mr and Mrs Clarence Akkerman are the parents of a baby daughter born at the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt Sat urday, April 20. ' Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller o: Albert Lea were brief callers 31 the Elmer Weigend, Gordon Swan and George Sachau home.' Sunday afternoon. They came to attend the Johnson-Goeke wedding. Mr and Mrs Richard Downs o1 West Liberty and Mr and Mrs Bob Downs of Minburn were Easter weekend visitors at tin TOUGHER! Heavy Striped DENIM For Longer Wear! Algona, Sunday When (I comes to home-week* ing (on f he screen) Ann. Millet is top. She recertify caused a hut* band stealing rumpus in "The Opposite Se*." and nou> she's the /emme fatale tvho comes between Tom. Etrefl and Anne Frimcis In Af-G-Af's rib-tickling "The Great American Pwtfme." home of their parents, Mr anci Mrs Homer Downs, and also attended the funeral of their grandmother, the mother of Homer Downs, Mrs Katheryn Downs, at St. Benedict church Monday morning. Mr and Mrs Eldon Gross and family of Nevis, Minn., were weekend visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand Sunday visitors were Sever and Rollie Pannkuk of Omaha. Dr. Alice Sartor was a weekend visitor at the home of Dr and Mrs Pierre Sartor home. Mr and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer o.' Spirit Lake was a brief caller at the home of Mr and Mrs Senus Lsebrand home Saturday. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knot Oppedahl UNION MADE BIG SMITH OVERALLS Hi-Back or Button-Back Here's rugged new overall built' for the roughest wear you can give it-in tough Octmar Sanfor- ized denim. You'lpike the handy zippered bib that locks your valuables in while you work... also convenient hammer and pliers loops and deep reinforced pockets. Tailored to fit in short, medium, tall and extra tall sizes, with graduated bibs and rises. Nf irs BIG SMITH, IT FITS/* BIG SMITH DEPT. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnsm visited Thursday evening at the Ed Nessen home at West Bend Thursday afternoon they wen visitors at the Stanley Keith home at 1'ocahontas and Sunday evening supper guests at th-: Percy Watnem home were MY and Mrs LeRoy Enger and family of Bode and Mr and Mrs Ed Nessen and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry, and Beverly King ana .Vickie were at a family gaj,ner- ing at the Carlisle Halsrud home near Bode Sunday to honor Larry Halsrud and Caroline DuBoise who were confirmed at the Bode Lutheran Church Sunday. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family visited ot the Art Anderson home near Whittemore Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper anci family and Mrs Essie Cooper visited over the weekend at tho Clyde Cooper home at Dexter. Minn. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and children visited Sunday afternoon at the Earl Chambers home al Corwith. Mrs Chambers recently underwent surgery at a Mason City hospital and is home now. Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlan were Sunday dinner guests at the Allan Wehrspann home. Mr and Mrs Vern Waechter of Cylinder visited Sunday afternoon with his parents Mr and Mrs .•••••(••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••If •• A LIFETIME GIFT OF MERIT TO PLEASE The Graduate A NEW SMITH-CORONA * ROYAL f REMINGTON All Models, All Styles In Stock writer 9 UNDERWOOD FREE: An All-Metal Typewriter Stand With Each New Portable Sold In April, May and June WE INVITf TO 516 THfM IN QWR OFFICE SUPHY DEPARTMENT Des Moines Publishing Co. , ^f PHONi CY 4-3535 - Anthony Waechtef. Sunday evening the Anthony Waechters visited with her parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs James Abel and son of Kasson, Minn., were Saturday visitors at the Lester Wehrspann home. Sunday Mi and Mrs Lester WehfSpann visit;d her parents, Mr ana Mrs Mikt Hinz at LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Merle Halsrud and family of Bradgale visited Sun- ctay evening at* the Oliver Lee home. Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and nis mother, Mrs Marie ilaug ol Bode and Cornel Knutson ol Maple Lawn attended funeral services for John fcjelsrud at Armstrong Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Weldon Smith and family of Minneapolis visited his mother, Mrs Earl Smith over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth visited Saturday evening at tht Robert Naeve home at Dakota City and were Sunday evening supper guests at the James Bar* ber home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Al Thronson ol West Bend visited Sunday afternoon at the Ivan Evanson home. Mr and Mrs Marvin Wier and family of Okabena, Minn, visitefl over the weekend With her par* ents, Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle. Sunday dinner guests at the Olvin Haug home were Mrs Marie Haug of Bode, Herman Finstuen of Kinbrae, Minn., and Mrs John Fjelsrud and Helmar of Armstrong. * Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and Mrs Oliver Kinseth attended the Humboldt County Rural Letter Carriers Meeting held Tuesday evening at the Roy Entlei home at Rutland. ' Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedafil and family were .Sunday dinner guests at the home of his mother, Mrs Bertha Oppedahl in F6rt Dodge, to observe, Mrs BerthB Oppedahl's birthday and the Oscarl'Oppedahl's 'wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickspn attended funeral services for a relative George Banek at Otho on April 6. Monday they attended funeral services for Enoch LOn- ning at Thor. ^ Mr and Mrs Knut OppedahJ and family were Sunday dinnei guests at the Alf Lee home at Stratfprd. Mr and Mvs Richard Kinseth and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond Lops home. Mr and Mrs Nick' DeFrancisco of De3 Moines visited over the weekend at the home of h?.r par? ents, Mr and Mrs Roy Jacob^oh. The DeVere Newion family were Sunday dinner guests .at the Lester Newton home in Humboldt to honor the Lester Newton's son AWin who was confirmed Sunday at the First Lutheran Church in Humboldv. evening of April 6 Mr and *re Newton were guests a500 party at the Marvirv Sandyen home at Humboldt. Shirley Alme returned home Friday after spending several days at Blair, Neb- Wednesday callers at the Allan Wehrspann home were Mrs Ernest Habager and son Benny of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Jim Jacobson were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Jacobson home. Afternoon visitors included Mr and Mrs Gordon Larson and daughters o; Bode and Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family- Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann entertained friends at a 500 party n their home Saturday evening. Those present included Mr and Mrs Raymond Zinnel of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer, Mr and Mrs Vjctor Meyer, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Mr and Mrs Deanne Telfordi 'Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle, Mr and Mrs Jim Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Richaro. Kinseth. Mrs Conrad Johnson and Richard Kinseth won high prizes and Mrs Raymond Zinnel and Bernard .Coyle the low, Jim Jacobson won travel prize. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme and Mrs Alfred Schultz and Tim and Debra attended the open house at the Blanchard Hardware Sn Lone Rock Wednesday. The Blanchards were observing 50 years of continuous business in Lone Rock. VERTEBRAE Elba Nagel of Monona received an injured vertebrae recently when a sack of feed fell on him HOUSE FILE 420 AN ACT TO LEGALIZE THE PURCHASE OF CKRTAIN LAND IN STORY COUNTY, IOWA. BY THE STATE BOARD OF RFOENTS AND ITS TRANSFER TO THE L'NITED STATES OF AMERICA AND TO VALIDATE AND CONFIRM THE EXECUTION OF- A PATENT THEREFOR. WHEREAS, by resolution the state hoard of regents on the 27th day of July. 1956, deeming the acquisition a proper use, directed the purchase by contract for the sum of efghtj'- sfx thousand five hundred and seventy dollars (S86.S70.00) from M. D. Tex- trum and Janice Textrum. husband and wife, and L. C. Textrum and Ena Trxtrum. husband and wife, for the, use and benefit of the state college of agriculture and mechanic arts the following described land: The northwest fractional quarter (NW FR. >4) of Section Thirty-one i31.i. Township Eighty-four North (84N), Range Twenty-three (23). West of the Fifth (5th* P.M.. being one hundred eighty-four point nineteen (184.19) acres, more or less; and WHEREAS, the executive council of the state of Iowa did In meeting assembled on the 8th day of August, 1P56, approve by resolution the foregoing described contract entered Into on the 1st day of August, 1956. subject to the approval of the attorney general; and WHEREAS, on the Bth day of August, 1BS6, the attorney general approv- od the said contract subject only to the proper acknowledgment bclhs attached thereto and the contract being properly recorded; and WHEREAS, subsequent thereto said contract was acknowledged and recorded In the books of Story County, I own, on the llth day of August, 1056; and WHEREAS, on the 27th day of July, 1356. by resolution the state board of regents, deeming Ihe acquisition a proper use, directed the purchase by contract from Otto I. Ronnlngch and Grace Ronnlngen, husband and wife, for the sum of sixty-three thousand two hundred six dollars C$63,206.00), for the use and benefit of the state College of agriculture and mechanic arts, the following described land: . The south fractional half (S FR. >,i) of the Southwest quarter (SW 1 .,) and Ihe northwest fractional quarter (NW JTR. Vi) of the southwest quarter tSW'4) except the north twenty-seven 'point fifty-six (27.56) acres thereof, md the south seventeen point forty- four (17.44) acres of the northeast quarter (NE14) of the southwest quarter (SWVt), all of said land being a iart ol and located in Section Thirty '30), Township Eighty-four North (84 -,'), Range Twenty-three (23), West of the Fifth (5th) P.M., situated in Story County, Iowa, being one hun- ui'fo. thirty-four point forty-eight \ 134.43) acres, more or less; and WHLREAS, the executive council of ?hc siatt- of Iowa did in meeting assembled on the 8th day of August, l;!5o, approve by resolution the lore- going described contract entered into on the 1st day of August, 1953. subject to the approval of the attorney 'general; and v WH/REAS, on the 8th day of August, • 195G, the attorney general approved the Jsaid contract subject only to the proper acknowledgment being attached iiieieio ana tne contract being property recorded; and • c WHEREAS, subsequent thereto said [contract was acknowledged and re- fcorded in the books of Story County, owa, on the llth day of August; 19515; and WHEREAS, the state board of re- Igents at a meeting held on September ?21. l'J58, found that the foregoing de- Iscrlbed land purchased by contract is Inot necessary for the use and benefit 'and proper administration of the state college of agriculture and mechanic arts or any other institution under the jurisdiction of the sfate .board of regents, and further found .that said land is suitable for the construction and erection thereon ot a federal animal disease laboratory and -the erection of said building would be of vast importance to the people of the state of Iowa and be beneficial •to their well-being and prosperity, and on the 12th day of December, 1958. the executive council in meeting us- sembled approved the foregoing res- olutlou of the state board of regents '^adopted on September 21, 1956; and WHEREAS, the foregoing described contracts have now been fully performed and title to the land described and purchased has vested in the state 'of Iowa for the use and benefit of ,the state college of agriculture and unechanic arts; and ' WHEREAS, in accordance with law ''and the authority vested thereby, patents to the following described lands: The northwest fractional quarter (NW FR. Li) of Section Thirty-one (31), Township Eighty-four North (B4N), Range Twenty-three (23), West of the Fifth (5th) P.M., being one hundred eighty-four 'point nineteen (184.19) acres, more or less; and the south fractional half (S FR. !j) of the southwest quarter ISWVi) and the northwest fractional quarter (NW KR. 1 4) of the southwest quarter (SW'.;) except the north twenty-seven point fifty-six ia7.56) acres thereof, and the south seventeen point forty-four (17.44) acres of the northeast quarter (NE'ii of the Southwest quarter (SW 1 .,), all of sai'i land being a part ot' and THURSDAY FRIDAY & SAT. ."catfr; jaawgfed tsMtesa * wss8£3 PIUS THIS CO-HIT Rod Cameron — Vera Rolfton in "SPOILERS OF THE FOREST" located In Section Thirty (30X Township Eighty-four North (84N). Range twenty-three (28), West of the Fifth iSthi P.M., tttuatpd in Story County, Iowa, being one hundred thirty-four point forty-eight (134.48) acres,'more or less. h3Vfi been executed by the governor of Iowa and the secretary of state and delivered to the United States of America; and WHEREAS, in order to allay such doubts as may have arisen or may arise concerning the validity and legal sufficiency of the proceedings hud and of the actions of the state board of regent* and the executive council heretofore described and to tho authority of the named agencies to transfer the said lands snd to the execution and delivery of the patent* heretofore described. It is deemed necessary and advisable to put such doubts and all others concerning them forever at rest; no'w. therefore. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: Section 1. The patents executed and delivered by the governor of Iowa and the secretary of state conveying the following described lands to the United States of America: The northwest fractional quarter (NW FR. ',) of Section Thirty-one (31). Township Eighty-four North (84N), Range Twenty-three (23), West of the Fifth <^h) P.M., being one hundred eighty-four point nineteen (184.19) acres, more or less; and the south fractional half (S FR. ',j> of the southwest quarter (SWH) and the northwest fractional quarter (NW FR. VA ) of the southwest quarter (SWVt) except the north twenty-seven point fifty-six (27.56) acres thereof, and the south seventeen point forty- four (17.44) acres of the northeast quarter (NE'<) of the southwest quarter (SW'4). all of said iland being a part of nnd located In Section Thirty (30), Township Eighty-four North (84N). Range Twenty-three (23), West of the Fifth (5th) P.M.. situated in Story County. Iowa, being one hun- drejd thirty-four point, forty-eight (134.48) acres, more or less, be and are hereby legalized, validated and confirmed, and the proceedings and actions of the state board of regents and the executive council including the power to transfer this land nil heretofore described be and are likewise legalized validated and confirmed. Sec. 2. This act, being deemed of immediate importance, shnll tnke effect and be In force from and after its publication In the Jefferson Bee. a newspaper published In Jefferson, Iowa, and in the Algona Upper Des Moines, a newspaper published in Algona. Iowa. W. L. Mooty Speaker of the House William H. Nicholas President of the Senate I hereby certify that this bill originated in the House and is known NOW is picture time Tr 1 see us for KODAK FILM fas t f.- e'xpieV,t >fjn i.shing, too!. RUSK DRUG CHILDREN' MATINEE - SATURDAY COLOR CARTOONS - Plus "SPOILERS OF THE FOREST" With ROD CAMERON as House tilt 486. pral Assembly. William R. Rendrlck chip! 1 ci«rk of the Bouts Approved April 19. 1957. Ht rst-hpl C. IxiveksS Governor (Published in The Alpona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moincs. April 2S. 1957) r PROBATE o* WILL State of Iowa ss. in District Court Kossuth County No. 7537 April Term, 1957 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an Instrument ot writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Wm. Rlstau, Deceased, dated April 12. 19SS. fiivlfig bwn this day fflel, opened and read, Monday the Bth day ol May. 1957. Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of sntcl Ootm.y, or the Clerk of Snld Court, nnri at ten o'clock A.M., of the d;\y above mentioned all persons in- tcrrs'.fd rtiv hereby notified and re- ilvii"'<1 I" appear, and sliow cause, If any (hoy have, why instrument should nnt be probated aid allowed as and mr the last Will and Testament of wid deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa, April 18, 1957. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court (Published in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines, April 25, 1957).. DRIVE 9r c-fteafr COMING THURSDAY, MAY 2 (3 days) Edna Ferber's Great Story "GIANT" with JAMES DEAN - ELIZABETH TAYLOR ADMISSION 85c - CHILDREN FREE Passes Net Good This Engagement Telephone 4-2057 THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY In Color 1 TYRONE POWER TERRY MOORE in "KING OF THE KYBER RIFLES" In Color 1 JOEL McCREA MARI BLANCHARD in "BLACK HORSE CANYON" SUNDAY and MONDAY SIX-FOOT-SIX JIM .BOWIE Gambler, knife-fighter, —he fought a fiery battle for freedom I STERUNG HAYDEN-ANNA MARIA ALBER6HETTI RICHARD CARLSON-ARTHUR HUNNICUTT ERNEST BORSNINE-J. CARROL KAISH w> BEN COOPER-JOHN RUSStU-VIRCINIA GREY JIM QWIS-EDUARD TANZ-OTTO KRU6ER k MU BUI • 8n h n lUKin . tau* fatal Brett A KPUBUC PRODUCTION SUNDAY - 2 DAYS ALGONA CINEMASCOPE:^ The lowdown, on DAMES..., Fun-Filled and; Set to Music!; Michael Kanin; / Richards AN AIL FUN PROGRAM JOAN SAM Including a Mr. Magoo Color. 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