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Behind the 4t?b£»Y MASON _ R.K 0'g new. management, lias swept all mothballs -from the corners of its huga ' stages. More important, they've- launched an Impressive production, pfogfam and have turned the almost idle lot into a beehive' of activity. At the end of February,. R.K.O. started to shift Into high gear, with t\$o companies shooting, two'aboul to start-'arid two in preparation. The resumption of activity on this .lot '.will add ,a c6nsiderable amourit $1 work for Hollywood's, actbrg and technicians. '; • * » * Particularly Woi'ih noting is the fact-that the-caliber of films' now Shooting, "and being readied, carry the stamp or' "big- 'time." ; With' one more major studio turning out • big pictures) another: payroll is added-to the industry. -^Hollywood studio workers ;.are\ hopefully looking forward io have- some of the slack taken ,,'tip in the unemploy* meht Situation. s Filrrilartd's artisans view the parade ,6f itop creative personnel being stefldily, acquired-as an encouraging* ' Indication of an upsurge^ 1 in employment. R.K.O. 'has maj6r,-lot shooting facilities. A bodm in Class A production at this plant Will put many timecards back in the rack. . •' • • . » - * Before H.K.O. changed hands, Howard Hughes made "The Con- queror.-'VDlck Powell was chosen to prbdiice and direct this'"siiper,- dooper" Spectacular. All Hollywood agreed. that Dick was an exceptionally ..versatile creative talent. However, with typical skepticism, ' some of the cynics felt that he was not yet ready to take over a venture of this ' magnitude. —If ever a group oi floubters were : converted the hard-way, it was this contingent of sideline quarterbacks. It's bad enough to fall heir to n dunce-cap without being forcea to publicly admit that yaur head is just the!proper shape to fit , into a pointed fedora! * • « W Dick Powell gathered up the reins of. this multi-milli6n-dollar production with the easy assurance of a man accustomed to handling such Herculean chores with great frequency. . What's more, when Dick wag finished showing the world what a man of true creative bent could iaccom- plish with a signed check having ho specified amount—he had booted,in a winner that .will go down in: box-office history. -The, conservative Walter ---Branson, R.K.O/sWice" President in Qharge of World Wide Distribution, has estimated a world gross of BETTER than $17,000,000 for "The Conqueror!" ..»•*.-» Mervin Houser, new director pt publicity for R.K.O., moved in just in time to face the challenge 16 end all challenges. What can even a top publicist and his staff use for laudatory expletives when' a super - Spectacular ACTUALLY makes the use of a word like "colossal" almost a disparaging description? * ", * All of which may cause you to suspect that a triumphant Mr Powell promptly raced down to stand in line wherever laurel- Wreaths currently are being issued. If so, you dqn't know your dyed-in-the-wool creative lads. Instead of taking a nice, long rest, Dick rushed back to a telefilm venture he's interested in. The big picture assignment had been a sort of vacation! A "breather" from the problems oi presenting story ideas on film so cleverly that the vibwei would never be aware of the fact that they had to be skillfully fitted to. the 'limits of a telefilm budget! * * * We once observed lhat ihere is a certain type of genius that thrives on adversity. Writers who turn out great stories in garrets- hungry composers. Men who create best when lashed by necessity. —Yt-t, often lose the inspired spark when overtaken by prosperity. Unlike their brother creators whose skills increase as the quality of their tools-of-craft improves. — Who can -attempt to ( classify Dick Powell's artistry? He materializes dreams with unlimited resources—or practically n o n e. And, oddly enough, the illusions born of his craftsmanship are such fascinating entertainment that, ilater, you can't recall exactly what did go into their construction! Breaks Ankle Bone Livermore — James Riley recently broke the bone in an ankle when he dropped u heavy tool on his foot while working on the railroad. He was a patient at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge several days ,but returned home Monday. Opes TQ Missouri Swea City — Mrs Ida E. Larson is'at Exelsior Springs, Mo. for a week of rest. She accompanied Mr and Mrs Francis Kennedy and Miss Clara Kennedy of Estherville, Iowa. Unlpn AJetheans The Union Altheans 4-H met at the home of Susan Nitchals on March 19- A demonstration was given b,y,MMy IJJ# .Erpelding, and • a'-talk was given by Susan Nitchals, . . ST feiCTLy BUS I NfiSS; .!; fey "How. can 1 have a good day jwlien the first two facet "} | J see are yours and the,foremMTi?" Burt Sayings Bank Has Its Silver Anniversary f •> . Burl- : — The Burl-Savings Bank observed its 25th < • anniversary on March 14. On this date in 1$31 the bank was organized by Dr. W." T. Peters in association with the first board-of directors as follows: L. E. Linnan, Joe T. Heaney, G. W. Patterson, G. W. Bleich, F. E. Ruby and W. A. McArlhur. ' : ' Active officers then were Mr Ruby, executive vice- president, and Joe Heaney, cashier. After the death of ( Whealon McArlhur in 1934, R'. I. Mawdsjey was elected in his place. Mr Ruby resigned in April of ] 1935 and Herman E. Rachut was named to this position, moving to Burl from- Titonka, and has been with the' Burl banlc since that lime. Dr. Peters passed away suddenly in August of 1936 and K. J. Smith was elected to the board in his place. Verne tovsJad was employed as bookkeeper during this time and in May of 1943 Joe Heaney resigned to accept a like position ' with anolher bank. Harvey Thompson was then elected to this vacancy and the board then consisted of the'following: R. I. Mawdsley, !,„ E. Linnan, G. W. Patterson, H. A. . Thompson, ,K. J; Smith, G. W. Bleich and. H. E. Rachut. Bookkeepers during this time were Maxirte Brisiow and Lorraine Soderberg Klocke. After the death of. G. W. ' Bleich in August, 1952, Don Patterson was' elected to fill this vacancy. Edith Budlong was with,the bank for some• time and after graduation in 1952 Evelyn Madsen> began working' there'. , . • • In JUjje 'of last, year Harvey Thompson resigned from his official duties and HowSrd McMullen with Marion Ctiip- . man : were added to. the staff. . . t ' \ Officers and employees now are Herman E. Rachut, > president; .Ho'scoe I. Mawdsley, vice-president; Howard McMullen, cashier; Marion Chipman, assistant-cashier and 'Evelyn Madsen Larson, bookkeeper. The_above named with ; the. following .'are the present board or directors: Harvey Thompson, 'L.'E. Linnan, George W. Patterson, Don Pat; lerspn: arid ;Kirby J. Smith. ' he-bfih^: ,iiow ;has assets of over one million dollars, iall,dtepo^tB-insured in line with protection given by ~ Corporation; an agency of '' County Clubs Meet April 5 At Livermore Livermore — Plans were made for the Hurnboldt County Club Women's»meeting for which the Equality Club will be hostess on April 5th. After the business meeting 500 was played and prizes were won y Mrs Edna Bowes, Mrs Rose mith and Mrs Martin Miller. A committee of the Equality club entertained the other members of the club at luncheon Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Jessamine Miller. A jusiness meeting followed at which time officers were elected or the new club year. The following were elected: Anna Altnian, president; Mrs ail IJnclerberg, vice president; Mrs Lucy Conley, recording- secretary; Mrs Louis Bchounek, corresponding secretary. A 11 hese were re-elected. Mrs _,ouise Gronbach was elected treasurer and Mrs Peter Vrics chairman of tha calendar coni- nittce. Donations were made foi the Red Cross and the Cancel- drive-. Holy Week Schedule Services this year during Holy Week at Sacred Heart Church will commence Thursday evening .it a 7:30 p.m. mass and com- iiunion. Good Friday services will be at three o'clock in the afternoon and Holy Saturday iervices will begin at eleven >'clock in the evening with a nidnight mass following Easter Sunday mass will be at ci:30. Past Matrons Meet Mrs Kalph Hollinger entertained the Past Matrons Club and Hie following lathes, Mrs Dick Schultz, Mr.s Edna Bowos, Mrs Hay Falb, Mrs Tommy Kissinger, Mrs Harold Stoddard, Mrs Biill Wilson, and Mrs Joe Sanders at luncheon at her farm home 'riday afternoon. Tho business neeting was conducted by the ^resident, Mrs Edith Johnson, allowing the luncheon. High prize for members went to Mrs ^eila ffaney and high, guest prize o IVJrs Dick Schultz, consolation 'or members went to Mrs Edna Jowcs and for guests to Mrs Ray i'alb. and traveling prize to Mrs ale Berryhill. : 81st Birthday Mr and Mrs Link Hughes and Jenny' and Mrs Alice Collins spent Sunday at the Charles Houston home in Des Moines. When they arrived Mrs Collins was pleasantly surprised when her children and some of her grandchildren, had gathered at the Houston home to help her celebrate her 81st birthday. Farewell Courtesy Mrs Magnus Erdman and Mrs Otto Anderson entertained at a farewell,party Tuesday afternoon in honor of the five Strunc children who moved to Bancroft with their parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Strunc, Thursday. Ten children attended the party. They spent the afternoon in playing bingo. Refreshments were served. Tne children were presented with a going away present. Hurt In Crash Mr and Mrs Richard Fullerton received a telephone call Sunday from their daughter Doris Fullerton of Chandler, Ariz, telling them that her aunt, Mrs Mary Mobre, was seriously hurt in H ear accident and is .suffering from a brain concussion. Mrs Moore is Mrs Fullerton's sister. Doris Fullerton lives in her aunt's home. Mr and Mrs Thilges were Sun- clay evening visitors at the Leslie Jensen home. His mother, Mrs Anna Thilges, has been confined to bed at the Jensen home following' a fall on the ice. Mr and Mrs Carl Underberi; were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs James Noonan, in Eagle Grove. Mrs Leonard Wilson entertained the Deal and Ch'at -Club members Thursday afternoon. Contract bridge Was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Mrs Robert Wonderly, second high to Mrs Dick Schultz. Mrs George Tidcbach was an invited guest. Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn, Mrs Mary Hauck and Mrs John Hohenberger dropped in on Mrs Anna Berte Wednesday evening to surprise her on her birthday. Donald Collins had Hit- misfortune of having two of his lingers broken while repairing some farm machinery. The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Frederickson 01 near Bradgate was baptized Sunday, March 11, at the Immanuel Lutheran Church. Denise Ldgue, small daughter of Mr and Mrs Keith Logue, has been quite sick at her home. . The Reverend E. L. Witthoff of Burt conducted the Church services at the Immanuel Lutheran church here ut eight-thirty Sunday morning, Mr and Mrs Dave Fisher spent the weekend of March 11 at the home of their daughter, Mrs Emmet Lomes and family. Mrs Frank Sprong and Sandra visited from Friday until Sunday at the home of her daughter. Mrs Alvin Weaver and family at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Milo Smith and daughter of Britl visited Sunday with his parents, Mr- and Mrs ak Smith and with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Smith. Mr and Mta Dick May< family of Cpirwith, were SuridBy, dinner, and" supper guests..at th hohie of Mr, rind Mrs Julitl Befcker h Mr ahd<MM Joe ^ of Wesley w.erd .StirTday victors at the Becker hdfne. th#ee ladle* are .sistera,. .;..'. «:j Mr and Mt's Donald ArtcteTsefM wHo haveibegn livlrtg aV, I«JP§ wick, have moVed ifi the UpStaire apartment in the" Edward Ha'fiSfin house in (he northwest part <K krfn. *• .•'-,. ' Mr and Mfs Wayrte": HartSeji; and family oi Duhcbrrtbe 'Were Tuesday everting visitors wlth.ftW. parents,' Mr , and Mrs Jdhrr,.*/. Hdnsen. .''>'* Jack Heath, .Dale 1 White, tieofi ge Tideback and Richard' Sawyer attended the tournament in DeS M6ines Friday evening and Sat* urday. •) Mr arid Mrs George ,Foth attended the funeral services J6l Mi's Foth's Cousin at thei dathOUo chtirch in Banct'oft Wednesday morning. ^ ' • \ Mr and' Mrs John O. Hahs6n and family Of Humboldt ahd Mh Anna Nelsori were SUnda| afternoon visitors at the Johh (J. Ha"nsen home. ' ' , Mrs Bess Devine went , ttf Eagle Grove Tuesday to , attend the funeral services of BiU Wehr- keim. He died suddenly from pneumonia and a heart attack. He is the brother-in-law of Mrs Devine's son, Robert Devine, of Omaha;, Neb. •' Airmen 2nd Class Larry Stiltz, who is stationed at Great Lakes, 111., spent the weekend here with his wife and son at the Ernest Logue home and with his parents, Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz. March 24th he will go-to.Yuma, Ariz., to take a month's schooling and then return to Great Lakes, 111. His family will remain here. There was a family gathering at the Robert^Blumer home Sum day in honor of Mrs Franklin, Ernst and family • of' fticeyi He, who spent; a few days visiting her parents. Dinners Honor Confirmations Sunday, Fenton Fenton — Severity-seven guests' were entertained at dinner Sunday in the Larry Alt home In honor of Kathryji Alt's confirmation and also Alice Wibben, the; latter who Was confirmed at Lakota. Guests were Mr and Mrs Albert Speth and family, Windom; Minn.; Mr and Mrs Harry Alt and family and Mrs Kate Alt, Algona; Mr and Mrs Eli Gerber arid family of West Bend: Mr ami ily, Mr and Mrs Harold Larflpd and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Countryman and family all of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Henry DeWall and son, Mr and Mrs Melvin Alt and family, Burt; Mr and Mrs Abbie Farrell and family, Charles City, Mr and Mrs Fred Grienert, Mr and Mrs Mervin Jentz and family,. Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause -and family. Mr and Mrs Robert Krause and family, Mr and Mrs Art Krause, Mrs Minnie Krause and Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family of ;Lone Rock. Afternoon callers were l^r and Mrs . Everett Dreyer and Roger. Mr and Mrs __ Reuben Luedtke entertained the" following at dinner in honor of their daughter Mary Alice Rossiter, following her confirmation: Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich, Mrs Ernest Luedtke and Alice, Mrs Elsie Dreyer and Harold, Mr and Mrs Ray Dreyer and family, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer- and Roger, Mrs Mildred Luedtke, Roger and Margaret of Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Orval Einspahr and family of Webster City. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Block- wenn entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday in honor of Mark's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Will Miller and Alvina, Mr and Mrs Albert Bleckwenn, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bleckwenn, Mr and Mrs Fred Frink and family and Walter Wegener, John and Joanne. Mr and Mrs Dan Bleckwenn entertained at dinner in honor ol Theresa's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Gus Twait, Mr and Mrs Earl Osborn and Bruce, Mi 1 and Mrs Henry Bruhn and Mj'dred, Mr and Mrs Donald Twait and family, Mr and Mrs Wayne Alderson and Patty, Mrs Sophie Bleckwenn, Mr and Mrs Richard Kunz and family and Mr ..and Mrs Glenn Prentice and family. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel entertained at dinner in honor ol Gary's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Richard Krumm, Mary Kay and David, Mr and Mrs Otis Opsal. Mr and Mrs John Carroll of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Waltei Widdel and Mrs L. V. Wessul, the latter of Los Angeles, Calii. Mr and Mrs Roy Zwiefcl and family and Mr and Mrs F. C. Bruhn were Sunday dinner guests in the Gilbert Saxton home in honor of Judith's confirmation. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland entertained at dinner in honor ol Barrel's confirmation. Rev. and Mrs A. C. Kruger, Mr and Mrs Mervin Priebe and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe, Mr and Mrs Truman Thompson, Mr and Mrs Robert Grethen and family, Mr and Mrs Ervin Berkluncl and family, Mr and Mrs Art Berkland and family and Mr and Mrs Gene Zinnel all of Cylinder; Mr and Mrs Carl Berkland and family, Estherville; Mr and Mr.i Rueben Berkland ami family, Mr and Mrs Donald Berkland ami family, Mr and Mrs Martin Berkland all. of Fentoh; Mr and ,Mrs Robert Mansa||f. and .Charles ot Dickens and Mr and Mrs Richard Grethen afc*"family 6f Grtiet- finger. I" ' ' s • c..,. /•. _' Mr and Mrs Irvln Sthmeling entertained in honbr o( Carol's confirmation ner Spbnsorfc Mr and Mrs Alfred BrUhn sfnd Weir family. -^ ' " Mr and Mfs dial Ndrltfhd entertained at dinnfe'r and supper in honor of Vergfene's coriflrlrfa^ion, Mr and Mfs OScai- Norland, Martin ahd .Myrna, Mr" and Mrs Melvin Norland and LSiVy, Mr and Mrs Wrh, Jentz arid Billy, ahd Dr. and Mrs John- White, Jerry, Connie tfnd Maria, ; t>mne* gUSSls In iltft Lloyd Sunde horrie in horiof. ot Naricy's confirmation Were 1 Mr. and Mrs Nels Sunde and Lillian,: Mr and Mrs Ray Sunde: 6f Bsthdrvillc} Mr and Mrs 'Howard Mftchell and Colle-en of Maple kill! 'Mr and Mrs Ray Tneesfield and family of Armstrong; : Mr and' Mrs Carl Clausen and Marlene cJf Ofms- by, Minn,; Mr-and Mfs Charles Theesfield, Mr ' and Mrs tick Theesfield ahd family, Mr ^'and Mrs Lester Theesfield and.fam- ily, Howard Bruhn artd" Vickie and.. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Wegener. ...,-., Mr and Mrs Waltef Jenlz entertained at difiner in honor of Earl's confirmation, Mrs Hans Larson, Mr and Mrs. Nels Nelson and Gary and Mr and Mrs Les Larson and family of Ring-sled; Mr and Mrs Chris Larsen and Karen of Aimstrong; Mr and Mrs Harold Elmers and family and Mrs Helena Jentz, Mar-lys and Judy. Mr and Mrs William- Hanlel- man entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Susan's confirmation, Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke, Mr and Mrs Waldeman Schmidtke, Karen and Kennard, Mr and Mrs Wilmcr Schmidtke 'and family all of Morristown, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman, Eunice and Paul, and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family. Mr and Mrs Harvey Henriksen sen entertained at dinner in honor of James' confirmation, his [Sponsors, Mrs Martha Mueller and Mrs Marius Henriksen of "Ringsted; also Mr and Mrs Bennie Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Roy Mueller and family, Mr ;and Mrs Lester ' Mueller and 'family of Emmetsburg, Mr and .Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and family and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and .family. Rev and Mrs W. H. Friedrich joined the group ' for supper. Mr and Mrs Elmer Krause and family, Mr and Mrs William Kad- •ing/.and-Judith were 'bu'nda'yT.clinT her '. guests in the, Ervin Krause home in honor of Loren's confirmation. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell efiler- tained at dinner in. honor of Joanne's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and Lynnora, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mi and Mrs Milfred Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Edwin Uthof and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof and Rodney, Mr and Mr.s Glenn Flint •awd Robin, Mrs Ella Meyer and EuClair, Barbara -Dittmer and Mr and Mrs Eugene Meyer and boys of BurU; Mr and Mrs A. C.. Bierstedt and family, Lakota; Alvina Baade of Albert Lea, Mr and Mrs Hugo Mittag and family and Mr and Mrs Walt Schramm and family of Webb. Mrs Helena Jentz and girls and Mrs Harold Elmers, Debbie, Vickie and Gary were afternoon callers and Mr and IMrs Otto Borchard were evening callers. Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy and family of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Rciffer and family of Lakola w-re Sunday dinner guests in the Caleb Hartshorn home in honor of Brian's confirmation. Six o'clock dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Helena Jentz in honor of Judy's confirmation were, Mr.s Ella Meyer and EuClair, Miss Barbara Dittmer of Burt; Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedt and family of Lakota, Miss Alvina Baade of Albert Lea; Mr and Mrs Hugo Mittag and family of Webb; Mr and Mrs Harold Elmers and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof and Rodney, Mr and Mrs Glenn F.lint and Kobin, Miss Elsie Meyer, Dennis Long of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Eugene Meyer of Burt; Mr and Mrs Walt Schramm and boys. Mr and Mrs Walter Jent/. and family were evening callers. Mr and Mrs Donald Elbert and family of Cylinder were Sunday dinner guests in the William Householder home in honor of Rebecea's confirmation. Sunday dinner guests in ihe Eldon Hantelman home in honor of Faye's confirmation were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hantelman and Charles of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Everett Klocko ol Mason City; Mr and Mrs Arnold Hantelnuui and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Krause, Howard Krause, Deloris Stertz, Mr and Mrs Alvin Hloomquist and family, Mr and Mr.s Loren Millev of Fairmont; Frank Humphrey, Mrs Anna Meyer and Miss Elsie Meyer. Mr and Mrs Walter Pertl entertained ut Sunday dinner in honor of Bonnie's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Adolph Pertl, Mr o,nd Mrs George Pertl and familj of Graettinger, Mr and Mrs Henry Theesfield and family of Hammond. Wi.-?.: and Janii-c Hannover. Host* To Carriers The Kossuth Cotifity Rufal Mail Carriers and Auxiliary rhel recently, irt tne )i(Jfni* of Mf arid MM 5\ E. StfSlel ift fentOtt, fof a pdMuck supper followed by a business! meeting of each grjjup. Pictures of Germany and England Were shbwft by> -Mr Stone, local high school teacher. Members present were Mr and Mrs Pat McGuire of Burt; Mr and Mrs Guy Biddings of Lu- Verne*, Mr and Mrs Anderson of Algona; Mr and Mrs Givens of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Fr.ed Genrich of Lone Rock. Guests Were Postmaster and Mrs J. A. Schwartz, Mr Marvin Stone and Audra Krie Straley. A program of Lenten and Easter music was presented on Palm Sunday evening by the choir of the Methodist church. Mrs Clayton Ditsworth is chdir director. Kaye HtrtJte, son oi Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske has been discharged from the army. He has most recently been stationed in the New York City area. Dinner guests last Sunday of Mrs Emma Reimers were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Reirhers of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Jdhri Munch,, Mr and Mrs Charles Schemmel of Swea City, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Boettcher of'Burt and Mr and Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mr and Mrs N. J. Russell of Blanchard, Mrs Robert Abbott, Bobby and Christy Joe of Boone and Patty Beckley of Ames were last Sunday guests in the J. F. Beckley home. The Dorothea Circle of the W.SiC.S. met Thursday, March 22 with, Mrs John Munch with Mrs Geflrge M. Jorgenson assisting hostess. ""Guests were Mrs Otto Jensen,? Mrs Charles Osborn and Mrs Charles Weisbrod. Mrs Clarence .Yager was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Earl Crouch presented the lesson. ' The April meeting will be with Mrs Clarence Arbogast with Mrs Olga Huskamp assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Bill Kent of Chicago spent from Tuesday to Sunday in the H. C. >Lindsey home. Mrs Viola Berry arrived Sunday and will spend this wt-ck in the Lindsey home. Other Sunday visitors were Mr and Mrs Henry Stedman ahd family of Sioux City, Kathleen Kitchen, Lola Lindsey and Grace Yackey of Omaha. Mr and Mrs Kern Elrick, Judy and Brian of Jefferson and Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers were Sunday .dinner guests in "the L. J. Weisbrod home in honor of Mrs Wcisbrod's birthday. Mr and Mrs Ewold Kohlwes and family and Mr and Mrs Paul Eiglcr were -Sunday, dirfner guests in the John .Kohlwes home. T-B Ass'n Has Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Kossuth County Tuberculosis arid Health Association was held Saturday noon, Mar. 24, at the Algona Hotel. C. B. Murtngh was elected president of the group. Other officers elected were 1 Luther Miller, Burt, vice president; Mrs Claude Slagle, Algona, secretary; L. S. Bohannon, treasurer; Joyce Hayden, patient service; A. M. Quintard, eduea- tiiJn chairman; Mrs Inez Wolfe, publicity; Mrs C. R. Schoby, representative director; and Antoinette Bonnstetter, advisory nurse. Township chairmen present at the meeting were Mesdames Henry Looft, Seneca; Ida Funnc- mark, Wesley; Chester Johnson, Springfield; Ed Youngwirth, Whittemore; Delmar Angus, Burt; Frank Flaig, Lone Rock; Howard Raney, Irvington; Selmar Uhr, Swea City; Vern Baker, Riverdale; Leo Kollnsch, Lotts Creek; Elmer Potter, Crosco; August Studer, Prairie; and Miss Lois Bentele, Wesley. The annual financial statement was presented by L. S. Bohannon and reports were also given by Mrs Earl Miller, county Christmas Seal chairman, who reported a net sale of $4879 for 1935, and Mrs Claude Single. Other business included a discussion of the proposed patch te.st pros-ram, and it was announced tnat Mrs C. R. Schoby, Joyce Hayden and Antoinette Bonnstetter would attend the state meeting at Des Moines, April 11, 12 and 13. LOCALS Carmen Wellendorf, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf who is attending the Iowa Methodist school of nursing went to St. Louis, Feb. 20, and will be there till May 20 taking her physciatric training at the City hospital there. Mr and Mrs Richard Carr were recently visited a week by Mrs Carr's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Pat Cullen Jr., and daughter Deborah of Fort Madison. Mr Cullen brought them here and returned at the end of llw week to lake them home. TVIr and Mrs Paul Seeley will have as Easter weekend guests tlieir son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Gergen of LeSuer, Minn. Other guests at dinner Sunday will be Mr and Mrs Julian Chrtechiilos and family, son-in-law and daughter of the Seeleys. Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick have received a letter from their son .Michael saying he was re- j centry promoted to Assistant Ad- ' .iutant of an air base squadron at j Boiling air base, Washington, j D. C. He is with the security division and recently went to Florida and back via plane. Mr and Mrs Bob Heiman are parents of their first child born , Snnd;iv niornint; ,-it the Buffalo Center hospital. The little girl I , March 2/, t9J6 Algana (10.) Upper 0«< Mdlrtet-S weighed 7 Ibs. 15 02. and has be'en named Shannon Aon. The Heifnans. recently movecr to Al- dfia from Buffalo Center after r Heiman wnS transferred to J. &. L. Motors here. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends At Convention Theodore Bierstedt of Whittemore recently attended a two- day convention of Watkins dealers at Fort Dodge, Iowa. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAtfT IT Saves So Much Time Costs So Little!! 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