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WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO Spike Jones At Surf March 12 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 & Hammerstcin picture, "Oklahoma," 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 Bowc, lovely 20th Century-Fox contracl.ee " w h o plays the fern me lead, also gives r.-rombe of a bright Filmland future. casting office, the contract department nor the talent supervisory heads had anything to do with the changing of Bart's name. His new surname was adopted 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, ht added the little accent mark so common to French names. Donald M. Meyer SPIKE JONES SPIKE JONES- MUSICAL INSANITIES Spike Jones, whose name and band need most, folks, no introduction to 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 %vill 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 "Spike." see why he prefers 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 impossible in Hollywood. He is selling his films directly to the theatre exhibitor. After touring the nation, outlining his idea to the exhibitors themselves, he returned with ,a pocket-full of pre-production contracts. In all, they represent over 4,000 prc-sold playdates, committed to rentals under his plan. Not since the clays of exhibilor- ownrd 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 Mnkelim films measure up to "The Peacemaker", it would seem that Mr Makelim's major problems have been solved. John T. Pfeffer Mrs William McKim We can't help wondering whal that paymaster would have done if he had been forced to wrestle with a few of the names listed in the files of Independent Casting Agency. In filling studio calls that require extra-players ot 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, head-hunters, elephant mahouts, Indians, Orientals, Slavic types— all offer names that range from exotic to humorous. And—when Bobby Cochran and Norwood Edwards 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 vouchers and paychecks! 4-Algona (la.) Upper DM Mdirttft Tuesday, February 28, 1956 1IX WINNERS Be sure io re*d this page thoroughly and-if you *pot your name individually, you will receive free admittance io the two hit movies, "Square Jungte" and "A Lawless SffeeT'. pU?tn§ Suit* day and Monday at Ihe Air gona Theater, Juit ttive your name ai the box office. Rosemary Anliker On Training In Hawaii - Army Schofield Barracks, Hawaii — Army Pvt. Franklin Rusch, 21, son of Mr and Mrs Art Rusch,Whittemore, Iqwa, is participating in amphibious training with the 25th Infantry Divison in Hawaii. The training, including an act* ual beach landing from troop* ships, is designed to familiarize troops with the basic techniques of regimental and- battalion-size Amphibious operations. Council Minutes Mrs Helen Flynn Many years ago, Barllelt 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" ALCONAM WEDNESDAY Thru SATURDAY (Regular Prices — 2 P.M. Matinees Daily) Try pronouncing — or spelling — these names — Vladimir Woji- eciewiz, Kuku Tuitamn, Ramad- dahr Singh, Satani Pualiloa, Montmorency White Cloud, John L. Running Deer, Mawkshaw Pain, J. Oliver Sitting Repr. Veil Kekipi, Anastasia Populoskolous, Bismarck Auclau. Aieiuki yuir- ina, Nami Plcpeppenay 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 Lucille Schipa! They'd have had a ready and emphatic answer for the old boy! now on the Motion Picture Screen as the fabulous BENNY GOODMAN' The City Council me: In adjourned session February 15, 1956 at 7:30 p.m. with the Mayor and all Counellmen present except Richardson. The minutes were read and: approved. An offer from Sam Kuhn to sell a tract, npprox. 66' X '132', for strett purposes Was discussed and tabled. A special meeting; to discuss rufftl fire protection with several township trustees was tentatively set for February 27. 1956. A Resolution, accepting several Quit Claim Deeds, was adopted. Builder's permits were granted to Harvey Johnson and Algona Community School Dlst. and an application filed by Edward Bowman to build a new home was reject for noncompliance. Cigarette permits were granted to Fern Drone and Valmah Glawe. A Viking Oil Co.. oil 89.88 Parking M*!er Fund Raymond Krcbs, salary 14491 towa State Bank, tax 14.90 Park-O-Meter Co., mdse -—29000 Meeting adjourned to Feb. 27, 1956 at 7:30 p.m. Cameron C. Shlerk, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham. City Clerk. Municipal Utilities Minutes of Proceedings of the Board of Trustees of the Aleona Mu- nlclpnl Utilities. A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall. City of Algona, town. Feb. 16, 1956 at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Present were: Allen K. Buchanan, M. J. Bradley, T. JSmes 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 vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Motion carried. All voting Light Fund W. W. Sullivan, P.M., postage .. $ 37.80 Payroll, payroll 1,80054 Milton Btlyeu, labor _. -152.41 THE BENNY GOODMAN STORY |l B|J 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 Heed with Steve Allen. This new top musical hit plays Wednesday through Saturday at the Algona theater. Coming Sunday i ANOTHER DOUBLE FAMILY PROGRAM Co-starring Ernest "Marty" Borgnine, Academy Award Nominee STEVE slornng DONNA ALM-REED »n GENE KRUPA- LIONEL HAMPTON* BEN POLLACK TEDDY WILSON • EDWARD "KID" ORY HARRY JAMES • MARTHA TILTON • ZIGCY ELMAN ALL THE GREAT GOODMAN HITS including-. "Sinj. Sing, Sing- let's Odiice" "One 6 Clock Jump" "Bugle Call Raj" Class 'C' beer permit was granted to Fern Drone and Class 'B 1 beer permits were granted to Valmah Glawe and Charles Logue. A Resolution was adopted approving n contract and bond with the Water- ite Co., Omaha, fdr swimming pool Improvements. An annual report from the Zoning Commission was approved and filed. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Nancy Sands, salary . $ 72.67 L. K. Ferguson, salary _. 16.94 Iowa State Bank, tax 35.tiO Dr. C. C. Shicrk, expenses 19.60 L. K. Ferguson, expenses _. 33.9( Friden Calculating Machine Co., mdse. 775.00 I. B. M. Corp., supplies 4.72 Koch Bros., supplies 10.0( Tracy Office Equip. CO., contract 30.00 HutzcU's, supplies 9.4C Sharp's, supplies „• 20.25 Advance Publ. Co., publ. 41.04 Upper DCS Moines Publ. Co., publ. & mdse 231.03 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary 139.29 Albert Pergande, salary 125.16 31enn Burtis, salary . 115.39 Richard Frambach, salary 97.33 Raymond Metzen, Jr., salary 95.00 Jack Mears, salary 102.33 Donald Prew, salary __ 111.74 Kenneth Frank), 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. 10U.08 Gibbb-Cook Equip. Co.. repairs 43.72 Cities Service, fuel 57.72 Continental Oil Co., gas 101.25 Mid West Service, oil 135.64 Russ & Ky's Oil Co., gas 127^12 Algona Implement, repairs 53.17 Ai&ona Machine Shop, repairs .. 10.00 Greunburg Auto, supplies 32.01 Hilton's Service, repairs 12.50 Kent Motor Co., repairs . 24.65 Kohlhaas Hdwe, supp _. 6.29 Kossuth Oil Co.. gas & oil 1G2.86 Percival Motors, repairs ..174.45 Scliullz Bros., repairs 7.65 Viking Oil Co., oil - 33.14 Public Safety Fund Albeit Boekelman, salary 169.61 A. C. Weishaar, salary ...135,40 Richard Grocn, salary 153.13 Ernest Hutchison, salary 172.43 Peter Jorgenson. salary 117.98 Albert Olson, labor 57.82 James Stubbing, labor 58.31 Jacob Godden, labor 5U.2SJ Robert Steven, labor 58.31 Henry Stebritz, labor _ .46.06 Iowa State Bank, tax 36.50 City Clerk, adv. cash 6.54 AlH'inii Ins., prem ._. 20.62 Police & Sheriff's Ass'n. supp.... 6.00 Kent Motor Co., repairs 41.36 Kossuth Oil Co., gas "J5.10 tuifciii-rs L)-X, supplies 5.65 Ira Kohl, salary _.. 20.00 Ralph Elbert. salary - 10.00 Algona File Co., services 115.00 Ira Kohl, expenses 20.65 Greenberg, supplies 5.40 Hilton's Service, gas • 2.70 Sanitation Fund 1.. K. Ferguson, salary 141.75 Reiner Helmers, labor _.._ 080 Ruakus Helmers. labor 7.84 John W. Helmers, labor 7.84 Entf. Extension, fee 5.00 Hihon's Service, supplies ... ... 11.91 .78 .2* Edwin Weishaar. labor ____ . _____ 146.61 Mervln Hentges, labor ........ _. 72.87 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax ...... ----------------------- 252.00 Soc. Sec. Fund. soc. sec. tax ___ 152.61 Water Fund Payroll, payroll ..... _ ...... ______ 335.41 Frank Ostrum, labor . ..... ______ 120.7 Walter Peterson, labor __________ 126. Mervin Hentges, labor ..... _____ 28.00 Rrakus Helmers. labor _____ ...... 11.76 Reiner Helmers, labor ____________ 15. Gd John W. Helmers. labor ________ 11.7< George Weig, labor ______________ 13.7 Eugene Helmers, labor ... ..... _. 3.9; Iowa State Bank, withholding tax _____________________________ 38.20 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 Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 23, Des Moines). 1956. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. MeMahon & Cassel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa .. „ or AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF BtJftf SAVINGS BANK, BORf, IOWA KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRE- Notice is hereby given that at the regular annual meettng ot 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 Burt, Iowa, on the 10th day of January, 1956, after due and legal notice had been given to the stockholders thereof, In conformity with Its Articles of Incorporation afid the provisions of the Code of 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 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 elcc- led and qualified and have accepted their office." H. E. Rachut, Chairman Marion M. Chipman, Secretary (Published Feb. 28, March 6. 13 and 20. 1956, in the Algona. Iowa, Upper NOTICE OF REGULAR SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the Algona Community School District of Algona In the County of Kossuth State of Iowa that the regular election of said School District will, be held at room 144 in the High Schdol building on the twelfth day of March. 1956 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. Hutchins and Paul Hum whose terms expire March 1956. Dated March 2, 1956. Inez Wolfe, Secretary Board of Education (9) NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Directors of the Algona Community School District, Alfona, >!fo on Iowa, will meet In the Board's Office In the High School Building in said District Bt 3:00 p.m., Thursday, March 15, 1958, at which time nnd place the Board will consider, and proposes to adopt, plans and specifications and proposed form of contract, for construction of an addition to the Lucia Wallace School, and will also consider any objections thereto by any intercst- •d panics. Board of Directors Algona Community School District Algeria, Iowa (Signed) By Perry M. Collins, President By Inez Wolfe, Secretary (D) WAS WONDER SHOWPl K ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ADDITION AND ALTERATIONS TO SCHOOL Burt Community School District Kossuth County, Burt. Iowa (Bids Close March 21. 1956) Sealed proposals In duplicate will be received by the Board of Education, Burt Community School District. Kossuth County, Burf. Iowa, until 8:00 p.m. on the 21st day of March, 195G, 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 H. Electrical Installation C. Plumbing, Heating and Ventilation Installation Each bid shall be accompanied bv a bidder's bond, a certified check, cashier 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 without 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 (ao> days after the date set for the opening thereof. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRI., MARCH 2nd KENNY HOFER SAT., MARCH 3rd SOMETHIN SMITH and THE RED HEADS DON HOY & ORCH. All Red Heads Free Adm. TUES., MARCH 6th Western Jamboree Talent Hour — Square Dancing — Every Hour DUDE RANCHERS Ladies Free WED., MARCH 71h Teen Age Dance COUNTRY CLUBBERS 22222 High School Seniors Mow'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 Barry's Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lanes League Standings therein. Proposal forms, plans and specifl- Buuhanan Abstract, lees 7.00 -PAUL KELLY-JIM BACKUS-UP SNOWOEN Plus Co-Hit Written and feted by VAIETO OAVIES • Piotad fay MR0N ROe&tlG PLUS CARTOON IN COLOR & NEWS RANDOLPH SCOTT ANGELA LANSBURY in 'A LAWLESS STREET" In Technicolor Heady-Mix, supplies Ifi.lil Wulden Bros., mdse. _.. 26 lio Mason City Blue Print, supplies 8.7U Jarncs Egli, salary .._. .14U.3G Kred Gvonbauh; salary . 1)7.91 Iowa State Bank, lax .... . .... H.'JO UuiTielte Peterson, sign 16.28 Cities Service, oil 7« 00 H. J. Funk, mdse. . 21.12 Hall-Strahorn Hdwu., supplies 2.28 Honsbrucli Drug, supp. 1553 Kt-lley Lumber Co., supp. . ...... 3.15 Pratt Electric, repairs 5.77 Rusk Drug. supp. 178 Sigsbec Pig. ii Htg., mdsu. . ... 4.39 Kohlhaas Hdwu., supp. 1.33 Recreation Fund Robert Deal. cut. trees 15.75 Honsbrueli Drug. mdic. 44U.08 AlrpprJ Fund Municipal Utilities, mdse. ... ... 01.75 NW Bell Telephone, fees — 30.75 Crescu-Union, Elec., elec. . 3J.10 Pratt Electric, supp. 11.43 cations may be examined at the ofCjce of the Architects and Engineers. Haar- stlck Lundgren and Associates, Inc., N-212 First National Bank Building, St. Paul, Minnesota: and at the Builder's Exchanges of St. Paul, and Min- leapolis. Minnesota; at the North Iowa Builders' Exchange. Mason City, Iowa; it the Builder's Exchange of Omaha, Nebraska; and at the F. W. Dodge Corporation, Des Moines, Iowa. Contractors may obtain plans an.'! specifications for the work at the ol- :ice of the Architects by depositing the sum of Twenty Dollars ($20.00) lor each set ot documents. This deposit .vlll be returned to each Contractor or one set of documents, provided he 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 Subcontractors; all material and equipment suppliers, and all others — for each set of documents returned complete nnd in good condition within ten (10) davs at'tpr 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 the successful bidder. February 21, 1!)56. Hani-stick Lundgren and Associates Inc., Architects, Engineers, North 212 first National Bank Building, Saint Paul, Minnesota. Board of Education Burt Community School District Kossuth County, Burt, Iowa (0) Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co, BARRY'S Monday Miller HiRh Life Bode Billiards W 50 49 Moose _ _ 4(j K. of C. 45 \'., Bode D-X _ 34 '" Clark Grain .; 20'•> Sehiflte Recreation _-- 25 Don's Phillips 66 Tuesday Hamm's . x Ulatz 7. W 44 44 Paul Seeley Farms .. 42 Moose 42 Piuss & Ky's 40 Petersen's Cafe 37 Barry's 33 National Guard 18 Wednesday Women W Druggist's Mutual 38M> Cook's Welders 37 M- Thuente's 36 Bancroft Co-op Moose _ 30 271/2 Mixed Doubles W L Chrome Cafe 13 5 L Coast-to-Coast 12 6 95 Big Four 9 9 26 No Goods 9 f) 29 Cowan Motor Court __ 8 7 29 v a K. and E. 8 10 41 Phonies 7 8 451:, Algona Produce 3 15 II HAWKEYE LANES American League L w 31 Titonka 62V. 31 Binders Stk. Farm .. 61 33 Brandt Buick 56'i 33 Sjogrens 55' 2 35 Bakers Livestock _ 55 38 Hamilton Hatchery ..53 42 Boone Ridge 39 "• 57 Sorensen Mtr. 3"9 Robinson Produce ._ 36 \± L Lions . 33 IB'-; Corwith - 3'> 19>.2 Hefti Lockers 28 20' '•> National League 27 w L 29 "• 31 35 '2 36'A 37 W Titonka 64 Pioneer Hi bred 62l ; > Burt 60 Swartz Hdwe. 60 S.joKrens .. 51 Mutual of Omaha __~ 50 SarRcnt Feeds 49 Plantation 44 1 -'Albright Aero-Scrv. __ 39 Thermogas 37 Thomas Skelgas 20 Kossuth Motor 19 Classic League W Hamms . 7o'<> State Farm Ins. 62'^ S & L 59 Plantation 57 ^ 38'A Beecher Lane Appl. .. 55 -"'" NQTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7IJIH ' February Term, IHofi TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE JHJHEHY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be thi; last Will and Testament of Carl H. Pad/. Di.'i-i.-asod. dated October 22. 1'Jlfl, having been this day filed, opened and ivatl, Monday the 12tli day of March. I!i5(i. is fixed for hearing prooi of same- at tin; Court House in Algona. Iowa. bi--iuu- the District Court of said County, or the Clerk ul said Court; and al ten o'clock a.m., of the dav above mentioned all persuns interested are hercb\ notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should nut be probated and allowed as and lor tlie Liat U ill and Testament ul said deceased. Lawrence Pingle Coming To The Surf - MONDAY, MARCH 12 MUSICAL INSANITIES OF 1956 SPIKE JONES AND HIS CITY SLICKERS AUDITORIUM SHOW Show begins 8:15 Sharp — Doors open at 7:30. Dancing following the show unlil 1 a.m. with Henry Charles and Orchestra. No reservations held later than Sat., March 10th. Admission chairs on floor and 1st 2 rows—$1.95 plus tax iota} $2.20 per seal. Booths 3rd row back—SI.34 plus lax total ?1.50 per seat. r No Passes Honored On This Night. Coast-to-Coast _„.. 24 United Variety ... 18 1 'Welp's J 15'-i Thursday Women Sharp's , : 37 Bill's Standard 33 DeKalb Hood-Winks 29 Van's Cafe . 29 A. S. C. 2« Stoiv.-Ettes 26 Bradley Bros. 22 Wallburg's Texaco .... 21 29'is Algona Produce 64 33 Seven-Up . 56M. 38 \k Ernie Williams, P-C .. 55 14 Ms Burt Co-op ._. _ 53 West End Billiards _. 51 ',•> 20 Ready-Mix 49 21 Bancroft Oil , 46 25 'Ernie Williams, J-D . 43'-. 28 Koss. Co. Impl. 37'29 Rood Ins. 34 31 Brill - 32 35 Ray's Jack Sprat 30 36 Western League 52 Ms 53 55 ','2 59 60 64 L 23 35 '."j 37 39 40 ',i 43 46 48'i 54' •• 58 60 62 Titonka 53 Seeley Farms 37 Hub Clothiers 36'a Root Hdwe. ... . ,. . 36'- Miller High Life 29'•• Scobba Skelly Serv. __ 29 : Burt 26 Mixed League W Sinclair Oilers . . .. . (iii "fis Beens . __ 63 Conoco Serv. 55 Brandt Buick 50 Buckaroos 413'-' Vets 441- Standard Oil ... Aces .. .. . . Farmi'i's Co-op Sargent Feeds Strutlels Hutx,ells Cities _________ 43'.-. .. ...... 41'...... 39 30 L 28 29'r 32 32 41 42 43 47',-j 53 55 72 73 29 la 33 35 37 39 55 551. is 55 ' : j 62'-. 62 'a 66 L 26 2!) 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. *ND THE STORZ BREWING CO. Like a refreshing dip, Storz has what it takes to satisfy your thirst. Each golden glassful is a toast to pleasure — Bitter-Free pleasure — with no lingering aftertaste. You'll find it less-filling, top. That's why smart moderns agree Storz is truly BE IE Ft

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