Clues Meagre In County Break-Ins Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and a state agent were working yesterday on meagre clues in connection with four thefts from Lakota business places, sometime Sunday night, and a $300 burglary at Tilonka the preceding night. Brack's grocery lost about $500 in cash and 60 cartons of deal-ones. The J. E. Ukena Hardware lost about $.100 in merchandise including a gun. At the Ley Motor Go. a safe was peeled and about $50 was takejn. At Lakota .school an estimated $135 WHS stolen, much of which was the annual fund and for other activities, At Titonka the theft took place at the Farmers Elevator, whore a safe was also peeled. In the meantime, the arrest and subsequent confession of two brothers from Duncombe. Iowa, cleared up three county break- ins. The brothers. Har'lan Hill. 25, and Harvey Hill, 23. are being held at Fort Dodge. They are reported to have admitted burglarizing Hut/ell's Service, the Johnson House, in Algona, and Reeling's at St. Joe a .short time a BO. Adm. 20c - 50e - 75c ALGONAv, FOR ALL LOVERS OF FINE MUSIC Coming ONE DAY ONLY! Thursday, Nov. 10 Matinees at 2 P.M. and al 4:00 P.M. CINEMASCOPE THBIUL ftONCSl ROSE'MARIt SONG OF THE MOUNTIES INDIAN LOVE CALL I HAVE THE LOVE - and Moil.. Heir ttie soup In M G-M Fword Album! ("I LOVE YOU") All new nnd in COLOR GLORY! -MYTH • HOWARD KEEL FERNANDO LAMAS 'BERI LAIN-MARIORIE MAIN" Hurt In Crash, Fights For Life Adam Reding, 71, Rodman, who received a broken left leg, fractured wrist and facial laceration: in a two-car collision on highway 44, four miles south o! VVhiltemore Friday night, is in fair condition at St. Ann hospital, according to authorities. Lyle Waechter. 13, Ottosen. •driver of one of the vehicles, was also hospitalized here, but released two days later following treatment for lacerations and bruises., Autos driven by Waechter, who was driving south, and Hnrr.v Prentice, 57, Rodman, traveling, north, crashed as the Rodman car turned west toward Rodman. Waechter was alone at tne time, Admission — 20c - 50c CALLING ALL KIDS! • Special Matinee Friday 2:00 p.m. "SCHOOLS OUT" • One of the greatest shows for children ever made! THE BLUE HORSE BALLOON ASCENT FLYING MONKEYS TREES THAT TALK THE BIG TORNADO and 160 More Exciting Scenes .SEE M-G-M'i BIG' MUSICAL! Greater on Wide Screen! *J TECHNICOLOR. JUDY GARLAND AN M-C-M MASTtRPIECt RtPRINT Friday & Saturday Specials! All Flavors Special! CLEARFIELD CHEESE 2 Ib. box i «ar Special! IDAHO RUSSETS >-39o U. S. NO. I "A" SIZE RED RIVER VALLEY PONTIACS -.- IQO-lb, Bag 2.79 (The Very Best Quality Potato Obtainable) East End (We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities) while Prentice had throe passengers, and all suffered injuries. Both autos were damage severely. Prentice received some broken ribs and bad lacerations on one leg. He was taken to an Emmetsburg hospital. JJm Reding, 2f), and L. W. Knoer, both Rodman, received bruises, but were released immediately from th» hospital. MrsW.F.Mullicn Dies In Oregon Last rites for Mrs W. F. Mullica, 85, final member of a pioneer Algona family, will be held in Ortonville, Minn, tomorrow •Friday). Mrs Mullica died Sun- 'lav at Salem, Oregon, where she resided with her daughter, Mrs H. J. Ostlind. Veronica, only daughter of Christian and Eli/aboth Clark Hackman, was born July 3, 1870 in the old log house on the Hackman homestead two miles sout'h of Algona. She attended rural «chooj, and in 1892 married wm- iani Mullica. until 1900. then moved to Ortonville and established a foundry. Mrs Mullica was a charter member of the American Legion Auxiliary and Rebekah Lodge After the death of Mr Mullica in 1033. chr> moved (o Salem 1o live with her daughter. She was nipu/eu m the local Methodist Church, and at the limp of her deatrrwas a member of St. James .ncinocust Churcn in Salem. Her final visit to Algona was during the Centennial Celebration last summer. In fact, she was in attendance at the three milestone celebrations of Algona's hj.ste.ry, 1904, 1929 and 1954. A son, John, I>1roit, Mich., and three grandchildren survive ijij.-ute.s Mrs ustiuul. Five'bro- thers. Edward. George. Albert, Lewis and Miles, preceded hci in death. Mrs Fred Geigel, Algona Is a niece of Mrs Mullica. plifnto in Minnonpoli?. On Der. 7, 1939, he married Marjoric Johnson. For somi' years he was rnanaucr of the Titonka Telephone Co. and moved from there to Or<-;.!on in HW3. where he did electrical work, later opening his own nil-usance and real estate business. !!<• wa~ taken ill Oct. 23, and passed away thf following day from heart trouble. Two ehildri-n, Patricia, 14. and Giegoiy y. and two sisters and hi- sU'omothor. and two stepsisters also survive. Mr and Mrs Johnson will remain in Warrenton for a time with their daughter. Ex-Tttonka Man Dies In Oregon Mr and Mrs George Johnson of Plum Creek left last week for Warrenton, Oregon, called there by the illness and death of their son-in-law, Doyle Craven, whose wife is the former Marjorie Johnson. Services were held at Astoria. Oregon, Oct. 28. Doyle was born Jan. 15. 1913, in Oregon. He moved when a boy with his father to Titonka where he graduated from high school, i.e i,.en attended JJunwoody In- License To Wed OM»- wedding license was issued in the past week, fining to Mar- WANTED Stenographer for law office. Inquire Hutchison, Hutchison & Carroll Security State Bank Bldg. 43-44 low D. Huffman and Margaret. A. Matasky, both of Minneapolis, Oct. 29. Thursday, November 3, 1955 Algono (!a.) Upper Des Moines-3 Reorganize Club At Whittemore Whiftemore—Martin (Hutchl Potraix, chairman of the Whil- temore Community Club was greatly pleased last week when •i large number of business men turned out to attend a reorganization meeting. IOWA PHEASANT HUNTERS' BALL Saturday, Nov. 12 FLOOR SHOW Andy Laurence Novelty Band Admission: $1.00 plus tax Hunters Welcome Come As You Are HAND'S PARK FAIRMONT, MINN, SMORGASBORD EVERY SUNDAY Serving from 5 to 9. We invite you to have your Christmas, Sirlhday, Bowling Parties Here, By a unanimous vtc the mr-m- b"r« in.-i.= ted that. Ihe club be kept up. Di«eu:-:~ion was bi-nught up if the Conimunily C'lul.i should hf call'"! some other name such as Commi'ifial Club or Chatn- \)i'\ of C'MniTK rcr\ It was voted '••.' :»'tain the pi (••.•em name. The S-iturdav niL r h f drawing will continue. A Halloween party which was sponsored by the club was '•.elci a! ihr; Acndemy Hall Monday night for the children with treats and several films of pic- turi'S were shown. ?vlrs Fdward Looft. accompanied Dr. and Mrs Snyder of Swea City to For*. Dodge on Thursday. ooo<:^0':>ooo'oooooooo«o:o.<>o:oo<x>oo v 2 2 Bazaar - Bake Sale and Lunch Moose Hall, Algona Nov. 5 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. FANCY WORK & APRONS, BAKE SALE, CANDY BOOTH, CHRISTMAS TABLE BEEFBURGERS &: BAKED BEANS AT NOON COFFEE AND LUNCH ALL DAY. PIE AND CAKE. Sponsored by First Lutheran Church i.-v.;v<X ifi-:yi*i«r.V'»|*«!' 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