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Tuesday, March 27, 1956
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Behind The Movie Sets WITH " •';.. MASON Hollywood, Calif. — R.K.O.'s hew management has swept all mothballs from the corners of its huge stages. More important, they've launched an impressive production^ program 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 two companies shooting, two about to start and two in preparation. The resumption of activity on this lot will add a considerable amount of work for Hollywood's actors and technicians. * * * Particularly wor'lh noting is the fact that the caliber, of films now shooting, and being readied, carry the .stamp of "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 to have some of the slaek taken up in the unemployment situation. Filmland's artisans view the parade of top creative personnel being jiteadily acquired as an encouraging indication of an up- sUrge in employment. R.K.O, has major-lot shooting, facilities. A boom in Class A production at this plant will put many timecards back in the rack. Before R.K.O. changed hands. Howard Hughes made "The Conqueror." Dick Powell was chosen to produce and direct this "super- 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 grouf> ol doubters were converted the hard-way, it was this contingent »f sideline quarterbacks. It's bad enough to fall neir to n dunce-cap without being forcen to publicly admit that your head is just the proper shape to fit into a pointed fedora! Dick Powell gathered up the reins of this, multi-million-dollar production with the easy assurance of a man accustomed to handling such Herculean chores with great frequency. What's .more, when Dick was finished showing the world'what a man of true creative benti could- accomplish with a signed check having ho specified amount—he had booted in ,a winner'that will go' down in-box-office histcu'y. The 'conservative .Walter .Branson, R.K.OAs'Vice President in Charge of World Wide Distribution, has estimated a world gross of BETTER . than $17,00i),000 for "The Conqueror!" ¥. . • * Mervin Houser, new director oi publicity for R.K.O., moved in just in time to face the challenge to end all challenges. What can oven a top publicist and his staff use for laudatory expletives iv h e n 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 arc being issued. If so, you don'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 ol presenting story ideas on film so cleverly that the viewei would never be aware uf the fact that they had to be skillfully fitted to the limits of a telefilm budget! t * * We once observed that there is a certain type of genius that thrives on adversity. Writers who turn out great stories in garrets — hungry composers. Men \vh'< create best when lathed by necessity. — -Yet, often lose the inspired spark when overtaken by prosperity. Unlike their brother creators wlvtse skills increase as the quality of then tools-of-craft improves. -- Win.' can attempt to classify Dick Powell's artistry'.' He materializes dreams with unlimited resource's—or practically none. And, oddly enough, the illu.-ioiu- born (it his erattsm;<ii.-.hip ere such fascinating entertainment that, later, you can't recall exactly what did go into their construction! Breaks Ankle Bone Livermore — James Rile.v recently broke the bone in an ankle when he dropped a heavy tool oil his foot while woikmg on lh > railroad. He was a patient at Mercy Hospital hi Fort Dodge several d:iys .but returned home Mon lay. Goes Jo Missouri Swea City — Mrs Ida E. Larson is at Exelsior Springs. Mo. fur n week ol' rt-j-t. She accompanied Mr and Mrs Fraiu-r- Kennedv and Miss Clara Kennedy of Estherville, Iowa. "How can I have a good day when Ihe firftt two I »ee are your* and the fortmaa'rf" Burt Savings Bank Has Its Silver Anniversary Burt — The Burt Savings Bank observed its 25th anniversary on March 14. On this date in 1931 Ihe bank was organized by Dr. W. T. Peters in association with the first board of directors es follows: L. E. Linnan, Joe T. Heaney, G. W. Patterson, G. W. Bleich, F. E. Ruby and W. A. McArthur. Active officers then were Mr Ruby, executive vice- president, and Joe> Heaney, cashier. After the death of Whealon McArthur in 1934, H. I. Mawdsley was fleeted in his place. Mr Ruby resigned in April of 1935 ana Herman E. Rechut was named lo this position, moving to Burt from Titonka, and has been with the Burt bank since that time. Dr. Peters passed away suddenly in August of 1936 and K. J. Smith was elected to the board in his place. Verne Lovstad was employed as bookkeeper during this lime and in May of 1943 Joe Heaney resigned to accept a like position • : with another bank. Harvey Thompson was then elected to \ : •' this vacancy and the board then consisted of the following: R. I. Mawdsley, L. E. Linnan, G. W. Patterson, H. A. '.:-• Thompson,, K. J.. Smith, G. W. Bleich and H. E. Rachut. Bookkeepers 'during this lime were Maxine Bristow and Lorraine Soderberg Klocke. After the dealh of G. W. Bleich in August, 1952, Don Patterson was elected to fill this vacancy. Edith Budlong was with the bank for sometime and after graduation in 1952 Evelyn Madsen began working there. , In June of last 'year Harvey Thompson resigned from his official duties and Howard McMullen with Marion Chipman w.cre added lo the staff. Officers and • employees now are Herman E. Rachut, president; Roscoe I. Mawdsley, vice-president; Howard Me' Mullen, cashier; Marion Chipman, assistant-cashier and Evelyn Madsen Larson, bookkeeper. The above named with the following are the present board of directors: Harvey Thompson,? L: ;E. Linnan, George W. Patterson, Don Patterson and' Kirb'y^ J. Smith. i , . '. The bank now has assets of over one million dollars, jwith all deposits insured in line with protection given by »h«-TJsaetAl iDeposllS Insurance Corporation) an agency of : the U.S. Government. Mr and Mrg Dick May family of Corwith . were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the hofne of Mr^ and Mfs Julius Bftkef. Mr and Mfs Joe KrtepS of Wesley Were Sunday cVenifti visitors at the BfecTter home. The thte'e ladiels are sisters. Mr and Mrs Oonald AriddrSfeJi?' wno have been living at Reft* wick, have moved in the upstairs! apartment in the Edward Hansfift house in the northwest part M to^vn. Mr and Mrs Wayne Hansen and family of Duncombe wete TUesdfiy evening visitors with his parents, Mr and Mrs John. O. tldnsen. Jack Heath, Dale White, Geofge Tideback arid Richard Sawyer attended the tburnament in Des Moines Friday evening and Sflt-' urday. "Mr and Mrs George Foth at« tended the' funeral services ,di Mfs Foth's cousin at the Catholic church in Bancroft Wednesday morning. Mr and Mrs Jbhn O. Hansen and family, of Humboldt Shd Mi's Anna Nelson were Sunday afternoon visitors at the John O. ! Hansen home. Mrs Bess Devine went to Eagle Grove Tuesday to attend the funeral services of Bill 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 Sliltz. March 24th he will go to Yuma, Ariz., to take a month's schooling and then return i to Great Lakes. 111. His family will remain here. There was a family gathering at the Robert Blumer home Sunday in honor of Mrs Franklin Ernst and family of RiceVille, who spent a few days visiting her parents. County Clubs Meet April 5 At Livermore Livermore — Plans were made for the Humboldt County Club Women's meeting for which the Equality Club will be hostess 6n April 5th. After the business meeting 500 was played and prizes were won by Mrs Edna Bowes. Mrs Rose Smith and Mrs Martin Miller. A committee of the Equality club entertained the oilier members of the club at luncheon Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Jessamine Miller. A business meeting followed at which time officers were elected tor the new club year. The following were elected: Anna Altaian, president; Mrs Carl UnclcM'berg. vice president; Mrs Lucy Conlcy, re-cording secretary; Mrs Louis Behounck, ci>rrespon'.lim; secretary. A 1 i these were re-elected. M r s Louise Gronbaeh wa.s elected Irea.-urer and Mrs Peter Vries chairman of the calendar committee. Donations were made toi the Red Cross and the Cancel- drive. grartdchildrcn 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. The children were presented with a going away present. ' Hurt In Crash Mr and Mrs Richard Fullerto:) received a telephone call Sunday from their daughter Doris Fullerton of Chandler, Ariz, telling them that her aunt, Mrs Mary Moore, was seriously hurt in ft car accident a7id is .suffering from a brain concussion. Mrs Moore is Mrs Fullerton's sister. Doris FiiJJerton lives in her aunt's home. Holy Week Schedule Services this year during Holy Wei. k ;.t Sacred Hea.t Church, will commence Thursday evening at a 7:30 p.m. mass and communion. Liood Friday services will be at tluee o'clock in'the afternoon and Holy Saturday services will begin at eleven o'clock in the evening with a midnight m;-:ss following Easter Sunday ma^s v.'ill be ai ;;:30. Pest Mairons Meet Mrs Ralph llollmger entertained the Past .Matrons Club aini :lie fi.llowiug ladies, Mrs Dick Schtili/., Mrs Edna Bowes, Mi> Kav Falli. Mrs Tommy Kissinger, Mrs llaie.'.d Stoildard. Mr* Bull Wilson, and Mrs Joe Sanders at a liiiu-lieon at her farm home Fi iuay afternoon. The- businca:.-. meeting \\ as eomlueled by the p> e.-ident, Mr.- Edith Johnson, lollowing the luiH'htioi). High prize lor members went to Mix Leila P.aney and high, yuest pn/e to Mrs Dick Schultx. consolation foi'Tncmbi-rs went to Mrs Edn.i Bowes and ior Falb. and tr.ivi Gale Uerrvhill. s tn prix Union Aletheans The Union Allht-uns 4-\l nut at the home of Susan NiU'hals on March 1!'. A iJemon.-U ation was given by Mary Ilia Ei' and a talk wa' '-liven l.v 81st Birihday Mr ;.nd Mr-, Link HJ.^ JL'I i ny ana Mrs Alice- spent Sunday at Uie lloli.-t.ili iii'me :n De- When they arrival Mrs v, ;s i.iJeasjnti v s-i-'pr:se Ra> Mr., .e., and Collins Mollies. Coliins i '. V i 11'! 1 Mr and Mrs Thilges were Sunday 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 Une ice. Mr and Mrs C\-l Underberi< were. Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter, Mrd James Noonan, in Eagle Grove. Mrs Leonard Wilson entertained the Deal and Chat Club members Thursday afternoon. Contract bridge was the atter- u.ion's entertainment. High prize \\vnt to Mrs Robert Wonrterly, .-ec',md high to Mrs Dick Schultz. Mrs George Tidebach was an invited guest. Mrs Art Vaudi and Marilyn, l\Ii> Mary llauck and Mrs John Hohenberger dropped ill on Mrs Anna Berte Wednesday evening to sin prise her (in her birthday. Donald Collins had the misfortune of having two of bis lingers broken while repairing <on:e farm machinery. Tlie iniant daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Frederickson o: near Bradgate was bapU/ed Sunday, Maich 11, at the Immanue! Lu'il'.eran Chuicli. Denise Logue, small daughtei ol Mr iiiid T\irs Ki-ith Logue. has 1.x en quite ;ick at her home. Tlie Reverend E. L. \YiUhoif of ilurl conu'm ted the Chin CM. sei - Dinners Honor Confirmations Sunday, Fenfoh Fenlon — Seventy-seven guests were entertained at dinner Sunday in the Larry Alt home in honor of Kathryn All's confirmation and also Alice Wibben, th6 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 and family of West Bend: Mr and. ily, Mr and Mrs Harold Lampc and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Countryman and fajnily 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 Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger. family, Mf and" Mrs Maftiri Berk-' land all of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Robert Mansager, and Charles of Dickens and Mr and Mrs Richard Grethen am! family 6f Gr'aet- tinger. Mr and Mrs Ifvirt fechmeiing entertained ih honbr of Carol's confirmation her spbnsors Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and their family. Mr aftd Mrs Olaf" Ndrla'nd en-' tcrtained at dinner and sXippe'r in honor of Vergene's corifirhiation, Mr and Mrs Oscar • Norland, Martin and Myrna, Mr and Mrs Melvin Norland arid Larry, Mr and Mrs Wm. Jentz arid Billy, and Dr. and Mrs Jbhh White, Jerry, Connie and Maria; Dihnet §U«ts in the Lloyd Sundfc home in honor of Nancy's confirmation were Mr find Mrs frels Sunde and Lillian, Mr and Mrs Ray Sunde of Esthervillcj Mr and Mrs Howard Mitchell and Colleeh of Maple Hill; Mr and Mrs Ray Theesfielcf and family of Af-mstrbrig; Mr and Mrs Carl Clausen and Maflene df Ormsby. Minn.; Mr-and Mrs Charles Theesfleld, Mr and Mrs Dick Theesfield and family, Mr and Mrs Lester Theesfield and • family, Hbwar'd Bruhn arid Vickie and • Mr ; and Mrs Clarence Wegener. Mr artd Mrs WallM Jenlz entertained at dinner in honor of Earl's confirmation, Mrs Hans Larsen, Mr and Mi's Nels Nelson and Gary and Mr and Mrs Les Larson and family of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Chris Larsen and Karen of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers and family and Mrs Helena Jentz, Marlys 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 Waldeinan Schmidtke, Karen and Kennard, Mr and Mrs Wilmer Schmidtke and family all of Morristown, Minn.: Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mi's 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, and Mrs Lester Mueller family of Einmetsburg, Mi- Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Frank Mueller and family Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern family. Rev and Mrs W. Friedrich joined the group supper. Mr and and Mrs and and H. for Hosts To Carriers The Kossuth Cotiftty Rural Mail Carriers and Auxiliary met recently in\the htfhi'epf Mr and §.' fc. Stfaley irt Fefttori, fof A .pffi'luck supJxSf folldwed by 1 a business meeting of each group. Pictures of Germany and England Were shown by Mr Stone, local high school teacher. Member? present were Mr and Mrs Pat McGuire of Burt; Mr and Mrs Guy Giddihgs of Lu- Verne; Mr and Mrs Anderson of Algona; Mr and Mrs Givens of Titonka artd Mr and Mfs Fred Genrich Of Lone Rock. Guests were Postmaster and Mfs J. A. Schwartz, Mr Marvin Stone and Audra Kae 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 choir-direetot. ftaye Auske, son si Df. Aftd Mrs E. \V. Ruske has "been discharged from the army. He has most recently been stationed in the New York City area^ Dinner guests last Sunday °* Mrs Emma Reimers were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Reirnfcfs of Spencer, Mr and Mrs John Munch, Mr and Mrs Charles Schemmel of Swea City, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Boett- c'her of Burt and Mr. and Mrs Arlo Rahney. Mr and Mrs N. J. Russell of Blanchard, Mrs Robert ' Abbott, Bobby arid Christy Joe of Boonc and Patty Beckley of Ames were last Sunday guests in the J. F. Beckley home. The Dorothea Circle of the W.S.C.S. met Thursday, March 22 with Mrs John Munch with Mrs George 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. Lindssy home. Mrs Viola Berry arrived Sunday and will spfend this wtek in the Lindscy home. Othef Sunday visitors were Mr and Mrs Henry Stedman and 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 dinner guests in the John Kohlwes home. March 57, 1956 Algdftff (In.) Upper 0«i weighed 7, Ibs. 15 oH and has seen narrit*d Shannon Ann. The recently mtrvedrto Al, fforn. Buffalo Center after Vfr Heiman was transferred to J. &. L. Motors here. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends At Convention Theodore Bicrsledt of Whitte- rnore recentty attended a two- day convention of Wntkins dealers at Fort Dodge, Iowa. IF IT'S NEWS WE WArtT IT Saves So Much Time Costs So Little!! Use Maclc-to-ordet Rubber Stamp* on your office forms — savfca tirtie— * looks neat — costs little, Orders for Made-to-ordef ttnbb*f Stamps, Stamp Pads, Inks* B»tul Stamps promptly filled at UPPER DES M01NES PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 Algond Mr and. Mrs Reuben Luedlke entertained the following at dinner in honor of their daughter. Mary Alice Rossi tor, following her confirmation: Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich, Mrs Ernest Luedtke and Alice, Mrs Elsie Dreycr 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. and anil and ami i n d Mr and Mrs Gilbert Bleckwenn entertained at a (i o'clock dinner Sunday in honor n( Mark's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Will Miller and Alvina, Mi- Mrs Albert Bleckwenn, Mi- Mrs Lloyd Bleckwenn, Mi- Mrs Fred Frink and family Walter Wegener, John Joanne. • Mr and Mrs Dan BlecUwenn entertained at dinner in honor oi Theresa's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Gus Twait, Mr and Mrs Ear! Osborn and Bruce, Mr and Mi> Henry Bruhn and Mi'dred. Mr and Mrs Donald Twait and family, Mr and Mrs Wayne Alcli-rson and Patty, Mrs Sophie Blcck- wt-rin, Mr and Mrs Richard Kun/ and family and Mr and Mrs Glenn Prentice and family. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel entertained at dinner in honor »! Gary's confirmation. Mr and Mrs Richard Krumm, Mary -Kay anil David, Mr and Mrs Otis bp.--al. Mr and Mrs John Cut roil ol E.stherville, Mr and Mrs Wailei Widdel and Mrs L. V. Wessel. the latter of Los Angelts. Call! Mr and Mrs Roy Zwiefel and family and Mr and Mrs F. (.'. Bruhn were Sunday dinner guests in the Gilbert Saxl"ii home in honor of Judith's con- iirmalion. Mr and Mrs Elmer Krause and family, Mr and Mrs William Kad- jng /and 'Judith- were Sunday .dinner guests in the Ervin Krause home in honor of Lorcn's confirmation. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell enter- lained 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 Milfrcd Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Edwin Uthof and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof and Rodney, Mr and Mrs Glenn Flint and Robin, Mrs Ella Meyer and EuClair, Barbara Dittmer and Mr and Mrs Eugene 'Meyer and boys of Burt; 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 ;Mrs Otto Borchard were evening callers. Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy and family of Swca City and Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Reiffer and family of Lakota w-re- Sunday dinner guests in the Caleb Hartshorn home in honor of Brian's confirmation. Six o'clock dinner guests Sunday of Airs Helena Jeatx. in honor. of Judy's confirmation were, Mrs Ella Meyer and EuClair, Miss Barbara 'Dittmer ut Burl; Mr and Mrs A. C. Bier.stedt and family of Lakota, .Miss Alvina Baade of Albert Lea; Mr and Mrs Hugo Miltag and family of Webb; Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers and family . Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof and Rodney, Mr and Mr* Glenn Flint and Robin. Miss Elsie Meyer. Dennis Long of Lone Rock; Mr mid Mrs Eugene Meyer of Burt; Mr and Mrs Wall Schramm and boys. Mr and Mrs Walter Jentx. and family were evening callers. Mr and Mrs Donald Elbert and family of Cylinder were Sunday dinner guests in the William Householder home in jionor ul Rebecca's eontirmation. * Sunday dinner guests in the Eklon Hantehnan home in honor ut Fuye's •confirmation were Mr and Mi man and C Mr and Mi Mason Cit.v ; Lawrence Hantel- arles of Swca City: Everett Klocko oi Mr and Mrs Arnold Only GAS Dries Clothes So Fast ! 'SUN- GAS CLOTHES D vu-f-s at the hnmanuel Lutheran ; — church here al eight-thirty Sun- j Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland day morning. I entertained at in liono: "I Mi and Mrs D..VC Fisher spent j Darrel's confirmation. Rev. an-l the wiekcnd of March 11 at the Mrs A. C. Krugcr, Mr and Mr- home of thi-ir -.laughter, Mrs Mervin Frit-be and lumily. Mi Emmet L, >me.s and fi.mily. and Mrs E .1 Priebe, Mr and Mi. Mu Frank Sprung and Sandra Truman Thompson. Mr ar.d Mi. vi.-iIfil t:t':i: Friday un'ii Sun- • Robert Guthen and lamily. Mi dav al thi 1 home ol her daugii- and Mr.-- Ervm Berkland ,.ii't V; : . Mi- AKin Weave i and j family. Mr an,I Mrs Art Be* k- al C'K ,.j- Lake. | km•! and family and Mr ami Mi> .Mr' and Mir Milo .Smith and ! Gene Zimie! all of!: Mi daughter ol Brit: veiled Sunclav land Mr* Carl Be; klaiul an.l with his parent.-;. Mr and Mrs i family. Estherville: Mr and Mi- X.i'.-il-: Sn-,''i| ;mii wit'n l~<-i par ' Rucbi n BIT!-: l.-'tvl anil 1'imilv M int.-. M, tti^i .Ms'- K.iy Smiln. , ana Mrs Don.I'M! lii-ikland ,ii. '. Hantelman and lamily, Mr and Mrs Walter Krause. Howard Krause, Delo: is Stertx, Mr and Mrs Alvin Bloomquist and lam- ily, .Mr and .Mis Loren Millei of Fairmont: Frank Humphrey, Mks Anna Meyer ;.nd Miss Elsie Meyer. Mr and Mrs Walter- Peril en- tertamerl at Sunday dinner in honor of Bonnie's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Adolph Peril, Mi and Mrs Gco/.nc Pert! and l'amii.\ of Graettinge;. Mr and Mrs Hcnrv TiKcslield and family of Han-Mii'.ni! Wi . "ill J.mii i II.iii nuvei . T-B Ass'n Has Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Kossuth County Tuberculosis and Health Association was held Saturday noon, Mar. 24, ai the Algona Hotel. C. B. Murtagh wa* elected president of the group. Other officers elected were Luther Miller., Burt, vice president; Mrs Claude Slagle; Algona, secretary; L. S. Bohannon, treasurer; Joyce Hayden, patient service; A. M. Quintard, education 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 Funnemark, Wesley; Chester Johnson, Springfield; Ed Youngwirth, Whittemore; Delinar Angus, Burt; Frank Flaig, Lone Rock; Howard Raney, Irvington; Selmar Uhr, Swea City; Vcrn Baker, Riverdule; Leo Kollasch, Lotts Creek; Elmer Potter, Crcsco; 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 Christinas Seal chairman, who reported a net sale of $4879 for 19.J3, and Mr.s Claude Slagle. Other business included a discussion of the proposed patch test pro- uram, and it was announced tnat Mrs C. R. Schoby, Joyce Hayden and Antoinette BonnsU'tter would attend the state meeting at Des Moines, April 11, 12 and 13. LOCALS Carmen Wellendorf, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lluyd Wellendorf who is attending the Iowa Metli- school of nursing went to St. Louis, Feb. '20, and will be there till May 20 taking her physciatric training at the City hospital tliL-i'L'. Mr and Mrs Richard Carr were recently visited a week by Mrs CHIT'S brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Put Cullen Jr., and daughter Deborah of Fort Madison. Mi Cullen brought them here and returned at the end ot the week to lake them home, Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley will have as Easier weekend guests thru son-in-law and daughter, M\ and Mrs Ruburt Gergen of LeSuer. Mijin. Other guests at dinner Sunday will be Mi' and Airs Julian Chrischilles and family, son-in-law and daughter of l In. 1 Seele.vs. Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick have received a letter from their _Min Michael sayinu he . was re- rcntl.v promoted to Assistant Adjutant dl an air base squadron at Bulimit an 1 base. Washington D. C. He is with the secinity division and recently went to Florida and back via plane. Mr and Mrs Bob Heiman arc parents of their first child born Sun<l:iv MH'Miiiv: .'it tin.- Buffalo C- rite!' t.i- : :pital. The little girl NOW ONLY SEE THE NEW MODELS NOW! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "YOUR GAS COMPANY" incr« ases Sales increase profits: increased profits mean increased prosperity for business, for the workers, and for the community., Everybody has a stake in advertising ; everybody profits from good advertising. 8MD YOUR IOCAI THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES

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