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WHERE TO GO Spike Jones At Behind The Movie Sets WITH BUDDY MASON Hollywood, Calif. — A young man to watch is James Mitchell. This talented lad, who was featured dancer in the Rodgers & Hammerstein picture, "O k 1 a- homa," is currently appearing as the male lead in "The Peacemaker." As a two-fisted, fighting parson of the old West, James Mitchell is given an excellent opportunity to showcase his exceptional talents. Rosemaric Bowe, lovely 20th Century-Fox contractee who plays the femme lead, also gives promise of a bright Filmland future. Donald M. Meyer SPIKE JONES SPIKE JONES' MUSICAL INSANITIES Spike Jones, whose name and band need no introduction to most folks, will appear at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake on Monday, March 12, with an auditorium show starting at 8:15 p.m., followed by a full evening of dancing, to 1 a.m. with the Henry Charles orchestra. Spike and his auditorium cast will offer the craziest and maddest musical show in many a moon, and he will offer some of his old favorites as well as a brand new one, "Spike Spoofs the Pops," The act is billed as "Spike Jones and his Musical Insanities of 1956." Spike himself is a native of Long Beach, Cal. His real name is Lindley Armstrong Jones? so 'you can see why he prefers "Spike." Connie -Mack of baseball fame was once a major league catcher. "The- Peacemaker" is first in a series of films to be produced under the "Makelim Plan." Producer Hal R. Makelim has performed a feat considered next to mpossible in Hollywood. He is selling his films directly to the :heatre exhibitor. After touring he nation, outlining his idea tp the exhibitors themselves, he returned with a pocket-full of pre-production contracts. In all, they represent over 4,000 pre-sold playdates, committed to rentals under his plan. Not since the days of exhibitor- owned and operated, First National Pictures, organized in 1916, has Hollywood's production received so much attention from theatre owners. With 4,000 vitally interested partners, Hal R. Makelim will have full opportunity to exercise his powers of diplomacy. Keeping them all happy is going to take considerable finesse. However, if all the Makelim films measure up to "The Peacemaker", it would seem that Mr Makelim's major problems have been solved. casting office, the r contract dp, partment rior the talent super, visory heads had anything to do with the changing of Bart's name His new surname .was adoptee at the request of a studio paymaster. At the time, the studio had two "Carries" listed on Its pay-roll, both working in the same department. To eliminate confusion, Bart dropped an "i' from his signature.' As a further aid to instant 'identification, ho added the little accent common to French names. Mrs William McKim John T. Pfeffer Many years ago, Bartleti A. (Bart) Carre', now an Independent production executive, dropped an "i" from his last name and added the acute-accent mark to please a studio official. Oddly enough, neither the Ends Tuesday: Richard Conte in "Target Zero" plus The Bowery Boys in "Dig That Uranium" ALGDNAM WEDNESDAY Thru SATURDAY (Regular Prices — 2 P.M. Matinees Daily) from the Company that gave you "THE GLENN MILLER STORY"! STEVE DONNA ALLEN-REED w.i«GENE KRUPA' LIONEL HAMPTON* BEN POLUCK TEDDY WILSON • EDWARD "KID" DRY HARRY JAMES 'MARTHA TILTON-ZIGGY ELMAN ALL THE GREAT GOODMAN HITS including: "Sing, Sing, Sing" "Lei's Djiite" "One O'clock Junip" "Bugle Call Written am) Dirt by WLENII CMS • Ptoductd by MRON ROSttlBEfiB PLUS CARTOON IN COLOR & NEWS We can't help wondering whai that paymaster would have done if he had been forced to wrestle with a few of the names listed in the files of Independent Cast ing Agency. In filling studio calls that require extra-players of every nationality, casting directors Bobby Cochran and Norwood Edwards tangle with a few fancy tongue-twisters every day. South Sea Islanders, Eskimos, jungle natives, Hindu fakirs, lead-hunters, elephant mahouts, Indians, Orientals, Slavic types— all offer names that range from exotic to humorous. And^When Bobby Cochran and Norwood dwards have tussled with their Liittle, mixed-up monikers — Carlos and Lucille Schipa, of Independent's business office, take them on for a final round. Carlos and Lucille have to make. out their checks! vouchers and pay- Mrs Helen Flynn Try pronouncing — or spelling these names — Vladimir eciewiz, Kuku Tuitarnn, Ramad-/ dahr Singh, Satani Pualiloa, Montmorency White .Cloud, John' L. Running Deer, Mawkshaw Paia, J. Oliver Sitting Bear. Veli Kekipi, Anastasia Populoskolous, Bismarck Auelau, Aieiuki ina, Nami Plepeppenay or Gary Babuki! An unusual man, without so unusual a name, is Rodney Redwing. Rodney, a six-gun expert, teaches the fast draws and gun-slinging techniques of the early-day Western gunslinger. "WHAT'S IN A NAME?" -Perhaps it's a good thing that Shakespeare never had a chance, to ask that of Bobby Cochran, Norwood Edwards or Carlos and Lucillfc Schipa! They'd have had a ready and emphatic answer for the old boy! • Bw'MWFfw fossdayv fttmmiy 28; I9tr 1JX wlllNEMS • Be Sure te ,ri»Sd IhiS ihofotithitfafitf "if you your flame Individually, yt will receive frae admiltaficd to ihe 1^6' hli hibVRl,. "Square Jungle", and "A ; Lawless Streei'V playing Sun*day anft Montla* •„ a*; Ifp ' Air gona ai ithe • • yea* - Rosematy Anliker On Hawaii ^ Schofield Battaeks, Hawaii Army PVt. Franklin RtiScri, 21, son of Mr and MrS Ar'ti-RuscH, Whittemore, Iowa, is, participating in amphibidus training wi'th the 25th Infantry T Divison[in Hawaii. . ' "•;. •'•! The trairimg,, ifl'eluding.an afcf- ual beach landing from i-.trijop- ships, is designed to farniliariize troops with the basic techniques of regimental; .and -battalion-size amphibious operations. ' "s| Council Minutes The City Council met In adjourried session February. IS,--1958 at 7:30 JJ.rft. vith the Mayor, and all Councilman present except Richardson. The iriln- Viking. Oil Co.r oil „* .:.. — 60.66 Parking M«i«* rimd Raymond Krebs, .salary —— toxva State Bank, tax, --i.i Park-O-Meter Co.; mdse, .^. Meeting' adjourned to Feb. 27f 19S8 ' Cameron C. Shlefk, Mayflf Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. Municipal Utilities Minutes of ' Proceedings* of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Mu» nlcipal Utilities. • A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, ' Iowa, Feb. p.m. 18, 1058 at 7:30 o'clock utes, were, read and { app; An offer; from :Sam Ku roved. 'C' beer' permit Was granted .to Drone and .Class 'B' beer .tier- ere granted to Valmah Glawe [ "THE BEISHY GOODMAN STORY". |f.jB Donna Reed of Denison. Iowa, as Alice Hammond, the girl Beeny Goodman marries, in Universal - International's Technicolor musical biography, "The Benny Goodman Story," which co-stars Miss Reed with Steve Allen. This new top musical hit plays Wednesday through Saturday at the Algona theater. Corning Sunday ! ANOTHER DOUBLE FAMILY PROGRAM Co-starring Ernest "Marty" Borgnine, Academy Award Nominee f tpRlf, OF A CHAMPION ^i^ifc^ho 1 Wcrt born yj,tl|V Tp;<! guts ..'.q ariidge':,anci K,5' s>" '•' Jvvo killing .fists!- TONY «PAUl KEUY-JIU JACKIIS-UlfiB SWWH Plus Co-Hit :utiri to sell,a ract, npprox, 66' x 132', for street purposes was discussed and tabled: A special meeting to discuss rural ire protection with several township rustees was tentatively, set :for FeB- uary 27,. 1956. > ;.;' ; " - •; A Resolution, accepting several Quit Claim Deeds,-was adopted, ,- "-;'.. Builder's permits f were ' granted ^-to larvey Johnson and Algona CommUh- ty Si.hool Dist. and an application iled by Edward Bowman to build a new, ,home . 'was ;•. reject for non- ompliance. - • '.•'•' Cigarette permits were granted to 'ern Drone and Valmah Glawe. " Class Fern Dn mils were _ nd Charles Logue. A Resolution was adopted approving; contract and bond with the Water-' te Co., Omaha, for swimming pool mprovements. •••"• • "•', An annual report from the Zoning lommlsskm was* approved and fllecl. The following,claims were allowed. General Government Fund '•• Nancy Sands, salary $ 72.67 j. K. Ferguson, salary 16;94 owa State'Bank, tax j 35.60 Dr. C. C.: Srderk, expenses 19.60 4. K. Ferguson, expenses . 33.TK "riden Calculating Machine Co.," . mdse. 775.W . B. M. Corp., supplies 4-IJ! Coch Bros., supplies-— 10.0C Tracy Office Equip. Co., contract l-.i—^.——i—- — 30.0C Hutzell's, supplies --— 9.4C Sharp's, supplies-' •...»» -2055 Advance Publ< Co., publ. 41.94 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., * publ. & mdse. . 231.03 .Street Fund ".-'• '. ess Lashbrook, salary 139.2Q Albert Pergandc. salary 12546 Glenn Burtis. salary ,~ 115.311 Richard' Frambach. salary 97.33 Raymond Metzen, Jr., salary 95.00 Jack Mears, salary 102.33 Donald Prew, salary i 111.74 Kenneth Krankl. salary 114.34 Iowa State Bank, tax 74.30 Men's Reformatory, mdse. - 37,60 Stomach Motor Express, express 2.00 Taylor Implement, mdse. - 707.00 R. J. Funk, repairs 3.00 Pratt Electric, repairs 29.34 Michael Todd & Co., mdse 109.08 Gibbs-Cook Equip.. Co., repairs 43.72 Cities Service, fuel' 57.72 Continental Oil Co., 'gas 101.25 Mid West Service, oil — 135.6-1 Russ & Ky's Oil Co., gas 127J2 Algona Implement, repairs 53.17 Aigona Machine Shop, repairs .. 10.00 Greenberg Auto, supplies 32.01 Hilton's Service, repairs 12.50 Kent Motor Co., lepalrs -.- 24.65 Kohlhaas Hdwe, supp - 6.29 Kossuth Oil Co.. gas/& oil - 162.86 Percival Motors, repairs 174.45 Scluiltz Bros., repairs 7.65 Viking Oil Co., oil r 33.H Public Safely Fund Albert Boekelman, salary 169.61 A. C. Wcishaar, salary - 135,40 Richard Groen, salary 153.13 Ernest Hutchison, salary 172.43 Peter Jorgcnsoh. salary 117.98 Albert Olson, labor 57.82 James Stebbins, labor 58.31 Jacob Godden, labor 58.20 Robert Steven, labor 58.31 Henry Stebrltz, labor 4606 [owa State Bank, tax •--- 36.50 City Clerk, adv. cash - 8.54 AlKona Ins.. prem 20.62 Police & Sheriff's Ass'n, supp.-- 8.00 Kent Motor Co., repairs 41 36 Kossuth Oil Co., gas 35.10 s O-X, supplies 5.63 Present were: Allen K. Buchanan, M. J. Bradley, T. James Palmer, SUpt,, and Ira Kohl, Secretary. The minutes of the meeting of Feb. 1, 1956 were read and approved. Motion by Bradley and seconded by Buchanan that the vouche'rs payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Motion carried. All voting "Aye". • „ " : tight Fund W. w. Sullivan, P.M., postage —$ 37.80 Payroll, payroll - 1,800.54 Milton Bilyeu, labor 152.41 Edwin Weishaar, labor 146.67 Mervln Hentges, labor 72.87 [owa State Bank, withholding tax ...v— - --a.-252.00 Sob. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tax —152.61 ., ' Water Fund Payroll, payroll - ...333.41 Frank Ostrum, labor —-129.78 Walter Peterson, labor .126.28 Mervin Hentges, labor 28.60 Reakus Helmers, labor 11.76 Reiner Helmers, labor „ — 15.6( John W. Helmers, labor 11.71 George Weig, labor 13.7J Eugene, Helmers, labor ----- J.92 "Dated At 'Algona, Iowa, February^ ZlSj , Alma Pearson , Clerk of the District Court. MeMahon Se Cassel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa -:j AMENDMENT $6 ARTICLES •- ' • '.-... ,' OF- "• 'v ." •'• ' •'. ' ____ SAVINGS BANK, BUftt, tOVW6 KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PHE- Notlce is hereby given that at, the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the 'Burt Savings Bank; •, a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, held at the office of the Bank In -Burl, Iowa, on the 10th day of January, 1986, aftef due and legal notice' had been given to the stockholders thereof, in conformity with Its Articles of Incorporation and the proylslo'ns of the Code 6f Iowa, the following Amendment was adopted. •' • By striking all of Section I of Article V and by Inserting in lieu thereof the following: "The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted and managed by a Board of not. less than five (5) nor more 1 than nine (9) directors, who shall be elected from the stockholders at: the annual meeting of the corporation and shall hold office for a term of one year or until their successors are elected and qualified /and have accepted their office." H. E. Rachut, Chalrma'n Marion M. Chipman, Secretary (Published Feb. 28, March 6, 13 ahd 20, 1956, In the Algona, Iowa, Upper IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACt The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRI., MARCH 2nd .KENNY HOFKR , . I6wa State Bank, withholding tax 38.2C Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec., tax 27.95 North Central Public Serv. Co., gas bill - - — 89.29 Deposit Fund Heinle Fisher, et al, deposit refund —- 40.00 Next meeting date was set for March 2, 1956 at 7:30 o'clock p.m. • Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board Ira "Kohl, salary 20,00 ialpli Elbert, salary 10.60 Algona Flic- Co.. services -.115.00 ra Kohl, expenses — 20.65 Grcenberg, supplies 5.40 Hilton's Service, gas ..^ 2.70 Sanitation fund L. K. Ferguson, salary 141.75 fieiner Helmers, labor 9.80 Reakus Helmers, labor .-- 7.84 John W. Helmers. labor 7.81 fing. Extension, fee ., 5.00 lihon's Service, supplies 11.Ul Buchanan Abstract,'fees - 7.00 :ieady-Mix. supplies IB.Ot Wclden BIOS., mdse 28.65 Mason City Blue Print, supplies 8.79 Jumes Egli, salary 149.38 Fred Grunbach, salary --.., U7.97 Iowa State Bank, tax 11.90 Harriette Peterson, sign 16.28 Cities Service, oil .__ 76.0Q H. J. Funk, mdse. , 21.43 Hall-Strahutn Hdwe., supplies , 2.28 Honsbruch Drug. supp. _' 15.55 Kulley Lumber Co.. suiu>. - - 8.16 Pratt Electric, repairs -. . 5.77 Rusk Drug. supp. 1.78 Sigsbc-e Pig. & Htg.. mdse. 4.38 Kohlhaas Hdwe.. supp. __ .. 1.3JJ Recreation Fund Robert Deal, cut. trees 15.75 Hqnslirueh Ding, m0se. - 449.08 Alipor Municipal Utilities, . rt Fund nidsu ..... 61.JS , ..... . NW Bell Telephone, fees _________ 30.78 Cresco-Union El^c., dec. ..... 3110 Pralt ElcetrlL-. supp. ., .......... 11.43 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ADDITION AND ALTERATIONS TO SCHOOL Burt Community School District . Konuth County, Burt, Iowa (Bids Close March 21,' 1956) Sealed proposals In duplicate will bq received by the Board of Education, Burt Community School District, Kossuth County, Burt, Iowa, until 8:00 :p.m. on the 21st day of March, 1956, at the office of the School Superintendent. At the above hour, the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. Proposals will be received on any or all of the following items: A. General Construction B. ElectVical Installation C. Plumbing, Heating and Ventilation Installation 'Each bid shall- be accompanied - by a bidder's bond, a certified check, cash- ler's'check or draft drawn on a solvent State or National Bank domiciled within the State of Iowa In the amount at least equal to 5 per cent of the total amount of the proposal, payable with- dut conditions to the Owner. The.bid security is required as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the Board of Education, described above, for the work described in the proposal. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for the opening thereof. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities ihereln. Proposal forms, plans and specifications may be examined at the office of the Architects and Engineers. Haar- stlck Lundgren and Associates. Inc., M-212 First National Bank Building, St. Paul. Minnesota: and at the Builder's Exchanges of St. Paul, and Minneapolis, Minnesota: at the North Iowa Builders' Exchange, Mason City. Iowa; at the Builder's Exchange ot Omaha, Nebraska; and at the F. W. Dodge Corporation. Des Moines. Iowa. Contractors may obtain plans and specifications for the work at I he of- 'Ice of the Architects by depositing the sum of Twenty Dollars ($20.00) for each set of documents. This deposit will be returned to each Contractor or one set of documents, provided the documents are returned complete and in good condition within ten (10) days after the bids are opened, and provided a bona fide proposal is submitted. One-half of the amount of the deposit will be refunded to: Contractors who fail to bid; all Subcpntrac- lors; all material and equipment " - and all others — for each uppliers, et of d documents returned complete and In good condition within ten (10) days after the bid opening. A bond in the form approved by the State of Iowa in the sum of the full amount of the contract will be required of tlie successful bidder. February 21. 1956. Haarstick Lundgren and Associates Inc., Architects, Engineers, North 212 Kim National Bank Building, Saint Paul, Minnesota. Board of Education Burt Community School District Kossuth County, Burt, Iowa (8) NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7U« February Term. 1956 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting tp be the last Will and Testament of Carl H. Paelz, Deceased, dated October 22, 1940,. haying been this day ((led, opened and read, Monday the 12th day of March. 1956. is fixed for hearing proof of same at tlie 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 notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any tiiey have, why instrument should not pu probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Lawrence Pingle RANDOLPH SCOTT ANGELA LANSBURY 'A LAWLESS STREET" In Technicolor Coming To The Surf ~ MONPAY, MARCH 12 MUSICAL INS^NJTJSS Of 1906 SPIKE JONES ANP HIS C|TY SLICKERS AUDITORIUM SHOW Show begins 9:15 Sharp —, Dporf open at 7:30. Dancing following the show until I a.m. V* 11 * Henry Charles and Orchestra. No reservations r»fil4 later lhan Sat., March JOJh. Admission chairs on floor a#4 lit ? rpw»-^f l.9fi plus *«¥• total U.20 W seat. Booths 3r* row bacfc-^iug* p}i« *f«- total ?J.$Q per seat. ,« ' • No Passes Honored Qq This Night. SAT., MARCH 3rd SOMETHIN SMITH and THE RED HEADS " DON HOY & ORCH. All Red Heads Free Adrtt. TUES., MARCH 6th Western Jamboree Talent Hour — Square Dancing — Every Hour DUDE-RANCHERS Ladies. Free WED., MARCH 7th Teen Age Dance' COUNTRY CLUBBERS ! '.ttohM)..:.',:,i...'J <•.».- "'.. ^......j^i j.... NOTICE ' Sbilce li hereb^gllteh to'jnY cjuai .lied electors of thfe AlgonB Commtlnl* ty school-'Distrust,of Algomnliv the .county of Kossuth State of Iowa that 18 regular election,of -said School iSttlfct will bfe' held: at i-oorn 144 trt lie High School building on the th-day of March, 1B59 at twelve noon and closing at 7 o'clock p.m. Two directors will be elected for terms of three years to succeed Eugene H. Hutchiris aiid r -' Piful Hurn whose terms exptte March 1956. Dated March 2, 1866. Inez Wolfe, Secretary . Board.of Education '• •: . •'• , (0) .. :,„ . T-TT.TaWfflTftfiV*N, lfi«j I the Board of Directors of the Algontf Community School .District, AlBonn, Iowa'.-will-Meet'in the Board's Ottittf. Irt the High School Building m said District at 3:00 p.m., Thursday, Majcll 16, 1958, at which time and place .the Board will consider, and proposes'to adopt, plans and , specifications .and proposed form of .contract, •. for construction of ah addition W me tujsia Wallace school, and will also consider any objections thereto by any interest- jd parties. Board of Directors •Algona Community School District Algona, loWa (Signed) By Perry M, Collins, President (Signed) , .a. Collins. . By Inez Wolfe, Secretary (91 High School Seniors Now's The Time To Plan For Next Fall! For a Sound Liberal Arts Education and Preparation for a Career in a Christian Atmosphere, Consider the Advantages of Attending ' Buena Vista College YOUR NORTHWEST IOWA COLLEGE IN STORM LAKE For the Asking Pre-College Counseling is Yours Without Obligation Contact: Jack M. LaFoy Buena Vista College Storm Lake, Iowa y^/////^////?///?//////?///^//*?/////^^^ Barry's Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lanes League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co, BARRY'S Monday W Miller High Life ..... 50 Bode Billiards 49 Moose 46 K. of C 45'/2 Bode D-X 34 Mixed Doubles W Chrome Cafe 13 L Coast-to-Coast 12 25 Big Four 9 26 No Goods 9 29 Cowan Motor Court—. 8 29% £ and E - 2 41 .Phonies ..... ------- 7 lark Grain'IIIIIIII 29% 45% Algona Produce _.— 3 Schulte Recreation 25 Don's' Phillips 66 --. 21 Tuesday W iamm's : 44 Blatz 44 Seeley Farms -- 42 Hoose 42 Russ & Ky's 40 etersen's Cafe ..... _ 37 Barry's 33 . National Guard ______ 18 Wednesday Women W Druggist's Mutual ---- 38% Cook's Welders . ..... 37% Thuente's __________ 36 50 54 L 31 31 33 33 35 38 42 57 HAWKEYE LANES American League W L Titonka ______ ...... 62% 29% Studers Stk. -Farm -- 61 31 Brandt Buick ., ______ 56%. 35% Sjogrens ___________ 55% Bakers Livestock ____ 55 37 W L Titonka 64 5 Pioneer Hibred 62% 6 Burt 1 ... 60 9 Swartz Hdwe. 60 9 Sjogrens 51 7 Mutual of Omaha .. 50 10 Sargent Feeds 49 8 Plantation 44'/z 15 , Albright Aero-Serv. .. 39 Thermogas .. 37 Thomas Skelgas 20 Kossuth Motor 19 Classic League W Hamms 70% State Farm Ins. 62 % 36% g & L . 59 Plantation __________ 57 Bancroft Co-op 30 Moose 27Va oast-to-Coast 24 United Variety 18% Welp's I 15% Thursday Women Sharp's 37 Bill's Standard 33 DeKalb Hood-Winks 29 Van's Cafe .... 29 A. S. C. 28 Storz-Ettes 26 Bradley Bros. 22 Wallburg's Texaco __ 21 Hamilton Hatchery" "1.53% 38% ge^her Lane Appl. - 55 Boone Ridge 39% Sorensen Mtr, - 39 Robinson Produce .- 36 % Lions - 33 Corwith 32 liefti Lookers 28 National League W 19 Vi 20% 27 29% Algona Produce 64 33 Seven-Up „ 56% 38% Ernie Williams, P^C .- 55 14% Burt Co-op ,-.. 53 West End Billiards _. 51% 20 Ready-Mix T . 49 21 Banqroft Oil 46 25 Ernie Williams, J-D - 43% 28 Koss. Co. Impl. 37% 29 Rood Ins. - 34 31 Britt 32 35 Ray's Jack Sprat 30 3U Western League ' 52% 53 55% 59 60 64. L 28 35% 37 39 Titonka ............. 53 Seeley Farms ______ 37 Hub Clothiers ______ 36% Root Hdwe. ________ 36% Miller High Life ____ 29% Scobba Skelly Serv. .. 29% Burt ________________ 26 Mixed League W Sinclair Oilers ______ 66 WHS Beens ......... 63 Conoco Serv. ------ 55 40% Brandt Buick 50 43 46 48% 54% 58 60 62 Buckaroos 48 % Vets _. 44% Standard Oil 43% Aces 41% Farmers Co-op 39 Sargent Feeds - 38 Strudels 33 Hutzells Cities Serv. 30 L 28 29 M 32 32 41 42 43 47% 53 55 72" 73 L 21% 29% 33 35 37 39 55 55% 55% 62% 62% 66 ' L 26 29 37 42 43% 47% 48% 50% 53 54 59 62 The above Bowling Standings are Presented to You Each Week Through The Courtesy of , MORCK Distributing Co. AND THE STORZ BREWING CO, like a refreshing dip, Stpr; h« what it takes to satisfy your thirst. Ea«h golden glassful is a toast tp pleasure - Bitter-Free pleasure i- with tertasfe. You'll find it |es«- lingering qf- \gg, That's why smart modern, agree $tqrz j$ truly

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