The Algona TTpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 19, 1933 «& Local Rev. P. J. Braner was a Bun calle* last Saturday. Will Rtetau of LuVerne visited the home of Max Bast last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thiel left on Thursday for Westgate, Iowa, to visit relatives. Miss Carrie Wernert spent Thursday and Friday in Nevada, Iowa, on a business trip. - Doris Long, teacher in the public school at Nora Springs, spent the week «?nd here at her home. June- Adelle Aman, attending school 4n Des Moines, spent Saturday night and Sunday visiting at her home. H. O. Nichols of Minneapolis was a visitor during the week end at the home of his brother, Owen Nichols. Doris Klingaman of Waterloo visited ifrom Saturday until Monday with Mrs. Karl Wester who was a sorority sister •of hers. Rev. and Mrs. H. D. L. Heinemann and daughter of Truman, Minn., visited the home of Rev. P. J. Braner last Thursday. Mrs. Mary Murtha and daughters, Clara and Mrs. Ann Frankl, drove to Emmetsburg Thursday and visited relatives there. Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. i Barry, had his tonsils and adenoids removed Saturday morning at the Kos• suth hospital. W. W. White and son, Roland, of towa Falls visited at the home of his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Good and small son, Jerome Dean, spent from Friday • until Monday morning visiting at the \,Walter Good ana! Ben Benson homes. W. C. Dewel left Friday for Chlca- • go where Mrs. Dewel has been for •the past -ten days or so,' receiving medical treatments. He returned Tuesday. Rev. P. J. Braner attended a pas- "4orai conference which was held this week from Tuesday till Thursday at ' the Lutheran church near Humboldt, Iowa. The Woman's Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will meet next Thursday afternoon, October 26, with Mrs. Fred Gelgel. Please note the .change of date. T«rs. Chester W. Klngsley of New "York City, formerly Dorothy Sherman, " Is expected home today (Thursday) for • a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer and Russ Waller returned Sunday evening from the Twin Cittes, where they enjoyed the Purdue-Minnesota football game last Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede of Garner, Iowa, were guests at the home of Rev. P. J. Braner last Sunday. Rev. •Wrede preached In the Trinity Lutheran church last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard spent Sunday at Lippey, Iowa, returning that . evening with the latter's grandmother, Mrs. E. N. Van Arnem, who has been visiting her sister there the past two •weeks. Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle and Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew spent Sunday and -Monday• in Waverly where they visited former residents in Algona. Mrs. Marguerite Keneflck returned Sunday from Chicago where she had attended' the World's Pair, and visited at the home of Mrs. Hazel Olson -with whom she had driven to Chicago following Mrs. Olson's visit in Algona. Mrs. R, A. Burrows of Dallas Center came Monday to visit this week •with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. "Wright, while her husband attended the Presbyterian Synod at Dubuque to which he Is a delegate. Sunday, Mr. Burrows will come here and the two will then return to their home Monday. Modern Attractive Glasses Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted A, W. Amunson Optometrist 1st Door South Call Theatre Entrance Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy were In West Bend Sunday visiting friends and relatives; Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Becker visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Tyler, In Bancroft Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Becker spent Thursday In Wesley visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnson. Mrs. Neal Smith and daughter, Leona spent Thursday In Mason City where they visited relatives. Leonard Nelson was taken sick Saturday and was unable to come to work until Tuesday morning. Henry Roba, well known Lakota resident, was In Algona last Thursday looking after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger spent Thursday near Lakota attending to some business on their farm. Bill and Henry Becker, Tony Klrsch, Ray Ladendorf and W. J. Sigsbee flsh- ed at Tuttle Lake Sunday. Mrs. John Dutton left today for Chicago where she will visit relatives and also attend the World's Pair. Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas and her sister, Mrs. Karl Hoffman of Bancroft, spent the day Saturday in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Sid J. Backus were In Des Moines Monday where SQd attended the postmaster's convention. The Congregational church will have a chicken pie supper and bazaar next Wednesday. They will begin serving at 5:30. Mrs. Ada Beau of Clear Lake visited her niece, Mrs. Oeorge Lee and her brother, Harvey .Johnson during tha week end. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith attended the poultry meeting at Swea City on Friday conducted by the hatchery at that' place. Sister M. Regis arrived here Thurs day from Dubuque where she has been recuperating from a serious operation she underwent recently, and because of which she was unable to come the latter part of August when the other Sisters came. Will Brown, manager of the Peterson Studio, received word from A. L. Peterson this week, which stated that the Petersons are going to Long Beach for a visit this week. They reported having a very pleasant time, thus far on their trip. Mrs. Gene Schemel left Sunday evening with her brother-in-law, Bob Schemel and his family for their home in Omaha where she will spend this week. Mrs. Schemel left from Carroll, Iowa, where the Schemel family held a family reunion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon left Saturday afternoon for Minneapolis and returned Sunday evening with the former's mother, Mrs. Nellie McMahon, who underwent an operation and remained there for six weeks. She is feeling qiflte well now. Elbe Van Dorstan who is one of the group of reforestation' boys who works at the post fiinance office at Fort Des Moines, spent the fore part of the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Van Dorstan In Algona. Elbe reenlisted October 1 for another six months period. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Johnson and the Johnson entered the Lutheran hospital. Monday morning she submitted to a major operation. Her brother, Roy Richardson and Dr. M. G. Bourne also accompanied her. Mrs. Lura Sanders left Sunday evening for Chicago where she will attend the Library National Convention and also the Iowa State convention which is In conjunction with It. She will be gone this entire week. Mrs. Cidney Laird Is substituting at the library in her absence. Marriage licenses were issued during the past week to Paul Daniel Gross and Dorothy Haldes Johnson of Council Bluffs; Donald Sounders and Viola Teskey of Blue Earth; Arthur E. Cott- rlll and Maude E. MacKean of Cleveland, Ohio; Harvey Gabel and Elsie Bauer, of Arlington, Minn. Mrs. W. P. Jones of Portland, Oregon, who formerly lived in Algona about twenty years ago, returned to her home Monday after a four days' visit with Mrs. Nannie Setchell. Mrs. Jones was recently reelected treasurer of the Supreme chapter of the P. E. O. at a national convention in Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. and Mrs. Hennlng Matson of St. Paul arrived Sunday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand where they visited the fore part of the week. The visitors came here from Chicago where they saw the Century of Progress and where Dr. Matson attended the American College of Surgeons. They returned there at the conclusion of their visit here. SPECIALS For This Week Fri.- Sat. 1 pound Service and Quality Floor Wax regular 50c value Mixing bowl sets, set of five green glass, regular 90c value 39c 79c Electric Cora pop-OC., Electric Toasters 1 1A pers, good quality Ou*» *1.50 value, chrome plated 1. 1J Electric Sad Irons, less cord 1 ^Q regular $2.00 value •- * •**' Pocket Knives, three blade 7Q C regular 50c value • vw V Copper Wash Boilers 9 08 No. 9 heavy full size boiler. -3.35 value fa.tfV Coaster Wagons . 9 98 1» tires, regular $3.50 fci»t/V Boiler Skates, ball bearing, Nickel plated, $1.3.5 skate at ; Dairy Pails, 12 quart Martin pail good quality, three for only Dust Mops, good quality, With handle Kohlhaas & Spilles vwywyvwwtfvww^^ A» Furst and John Fredericks of Buffalo center were visitors at the Henry Purst home Tuesday. Margaret Waalkes, teacher in the Buffalo Center school, spent the week end at tfee home of Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Hoerner. The Baplst Mission Circle will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. V. B. Coffin. Mrs. R. A. Evans Will be lesson leader. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle came home Sunday from Chicago where they had attended the Century of Progress for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. WUlard Oregson, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott skilllng and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney spent Sunday evening at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy will go to Estherville today to attend the funeral of a cousin, Thomas Conway. Burial will be at Emmetsburg. Lucille Kunz, who is assistant 5n the Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer office, spent the week end at Bancroft where she visited her friend, Mary Merrill. Howard Pines, Portable Mill operator, visited his wife and daughter at Hollandale, Minnesota, over the week end. Ben Potter had charge during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummings spent Sunday and Monday morning at Lorl- Imer, Iowa, visiting Mr. Cummings' parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cummings. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ward, Miss Ruth Kriekenbaum, Miss Nancy Ruth Renaud and Miss Floy Horn went to Minneapolis Saturday where they spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Mathes of Wichita Falls, Texas, came Friday for a visit with Lynn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mathes, and with other relatives. Mrs^Hussman of Klmball, south Dakota, and her son, Father Leo Hussman of Centerville, south Dakota, were here Monday to see Mrs. Hussman's sister, Julia Earth. Mrs. Emma Reeves and daughter, Mrs. Lowell Andrews of Cedar Rapids spent a few days last week at the O. E, Van Dorstan home. Mrs. Reeves is a sister of Mrs. Van Dorstan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, Mrs Dora Ferrigan ard Mrs John Mahoney returned Wednesday from Chicago after about a week's visit with relatives. They also attended the Century of Progress. Beth Backus, philomena and Madon j na Quinn plan to see the football game between Iowa Falls and Mason City at Mason city tonite (Thursday). Many other Algonians expect to take in the game too. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Siege, and two boys, Robert and Richard, and' Mrs. E. O. Cunningham, all of Baxter, Iowa, spent Sunday at the W. G. McCullough home. Mr. Olese is the cashier in the bank at Baxter. John Barr had the misfortune Tuesday to fall from the roof of the Baptist church which he was helping to repair and dislocated his shoulder. This necessitates his taking things easy for the next two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wm O. Boger and daughter, Araminta, of Omaha, came Saturday for a ten days' visit at the home of Mrs. Boger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. MatfOsterbauer and with her sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ooodge and children called at the P. V. Mathl- Boti 'horn/ Sunday evening while on the way to their home in Grantsburg, Wlscinsdn, after a visit In Kingston, Missouri. Mr. Gpodge is a brother of Mrs. Math5son. Mrs. P. V. Janse, Miss Capitola Brtndley, and Miss Marie Helen Beard drove to Des Moines Saturday for the day. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson accompanied them as far as Ames where she visited her son, Lewis, who is a student in the Iowa State College there. Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey came home Monday from Chicago where she had spent a week visiting Mrs. V. G. Mullarkey and Mrs. A. E. Erickson. Mrs. Erickson will be remembered as Ann Hansen, who at one time was an operator in Mrs. Dalley's beauty shop. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Webster stopped off here Monday and visited at the home of Mrs. E. J. Rawson while they were on their way to their home in Humlston. The Websters had been in Ayrshire the past two weeks because of the recent death of Rev. Webster's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney and their daughter left today (Thursday) in their car for Madison, Wisconsin, where they will visit relatives. There they will leave their car and journey by train to Chicago to attend a Cenutry of Progress and visit other relatives. The Raneys expect to be gone a week. Miss Veda Herbst and Dorothy Schaeffer of Hartley spent the week end in Algona visiting the former's brothers, T. T. and Joel Herbst and her aunt, Mrs. C. T. Chubb. Veda has made her home In California for a number of years, but has been spending the summer in Hartley where she has a position. Miss Laila Reece of Elmore, Minn., was a Thursday visitor at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Chas. w. Sarchett here. She was accompanied home by her aunt, Miss Winifred E. Sarchett. From there the girls drove on Friday afternoon to Cedar Rapids to attend a meeting of the teachers and guardians of a girls' camp near there. They also visited at Des Moines and Waterloo, returning Sunday evening. Mrs. Maurice McMahon and Frances Zender drove the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan to her home In Minneapolis Wednesday alter a ten days' visit here. Mrs. McMahon and Frances returned Friday bringing with them Mrs. Lories Crawford and two children, who visited her sisters, Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. Sunday Mrs. B3|rtholomew Returned with Mrs. Crawford and children to Minneapolis and Is visiting there this week. Marte Wehler drove to Pocahontas Saturday and returned with her grandmother, Mrs. Regina Wehler and her aunt, .Anna Wehler, who visited at the Wehler home Sunday. Other guests at the Wehler home Sunday were Mr, and Mrs. Herman Wehler of Fairmont. Mrs. Regina Wehler and her daughter returned to Fairmont with the Herman Wehlers for a visit until Wednesday when they returned to Algona to be taken on to Pocahontas by Raymond Wehler. Mrs. C. A. Hotellng, of Tacoma, Washington, daughter of the late J. O. Rawson, came Thursday for a week end visit at the home of Mrs. E. J. Rawson and with other relatives. She stopped here enroute to New York City where she will make an extended visit with her son, Prof. Harold Hoteling of Columbia College, who Is a mem. her pf'Hugh S. Johnson's N. R. A. brain trust. Friday Mrs. Hotellng Accompanied John Barr to Fulda, Minn, for a short visit. IRON BRIDGE AT IRVINGTON REPLACES OLD PIONEER WOODEN STRUCTURE New Structure Expected to Withstand the Future Flood Waters Irvlngton: The new iron bridge at the foot of thie Irvlngton hill has been completed. Formerly this had been a wooden structure, twenty feet In length and did not prove satisfactory for the heavy traffic and early spring rains. This spring when the river was high and the grade covered with water the west end of the bridge was washed out and later a temporary grade filled in. With the new forty foot bridge it is hoped the overflow of high water will not cause serious trouble as heretofore. Work Out Foil Tax Men in this township working out their poll tax have cleared the timber along the winding road north of the school In District No. 4, known as the Sill school. This Is a much needed improvement as trees and underbrush had grown to and was overhanging on the road. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Capeslus were visitors at the World's Fair the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Robison were Sunday callers at Mrs. Robison's parental home In Tltonka. The Lowsy's live on a farm. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart and daughter, Mrs. John Simon were last Thursday shoppers at Fort Dodge. They returned the same day. Grandma Stewart, mother of Cleve Stewart, on the west side of the river is somewhat Improved from her serious illness of last week. Mrs. carl Hutchins and Mrs. Fred Park were last Thursday business callers at clarion and Belmond. The trip was made In the Parks car. Miss Idabelle Felter of Burt who has been visiting her friend, Miss Leona Stewart since last Thursday, returned to her home In Burt Sunday, The Missionary society will meet on Friday afternoon of this week at the church. Everyone Is to bring a covered dish and their own sandwiches. A cordial welcome Is extended to all. James Ditsworth Is at present making his home with his sister-in-law, Mrs. Sam Reaper. Mr. Ditsworth is father of Frank Disworth, who lives on the old Lloyd place on the Ridge road. Mrs. chllton is remodeling her home and later may add electric lights. Henry Sheppman has rented the farm land Mrs. Chilton's many friends welcome her decision to remain In this community. Mrs. Tom Chilton of this vicinity, who had decided to move to Bancroft and make her home permanently after the death of her husband, has made final arrangements and will remain in irvington. Mesdames Carl Hutchins and Perry Phillips will be hostesses this week or Wednesday to the Plum Creek social .»nd! literary ^clubj Tlie dub is -observing Fire Prevention Week, with Dana Paxson as the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker were host and hostess to about forty of their friends Friday evening at the shelter house in the State Park. The evening was spent In dancing, Evert Bowman and his Arrows supplying the music. House guests for the week end at the Headley home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jewell and Mr. and Mrs. O. Nelson, Mrs. Nelson being a daughter of the Jewells, all of whom reside at Jewell, Iowa. Mr. Jewell Is Mrs. Headley's brother and is prominent farmer in that locality. Mrs. Evelyn Richardson of Belolt, Wisconsin, was a visitor at the Frank Ditsworth home the past week. From here Mrs. Richardson will go to Ledyard and Burt. At Burt she will be a guest of Mrs. Edw. Ditsworth and will then return to Beloit the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlley moved Thursday of the past week to Lu- Verne, where they will make their home. For some time Mr. Rlley has driven to his work as manager of the LuVerne elevator but this has been somewhat inconvenient especially during unfavorable weather conditions. Mrs. Cornelius Larsen of Lake Park, Minn., arrived Tuesday of this week to visit her mother, Mrs. August Johnson, who lives south of the McGregor street road. Mrs. Larson will remain there three or four weeks helping to care for her mother, whose health has been very poorly of late. Later Mrs. Ed Larson and brother, will Johnson, also of Lake Park will come for an extended visit, . Rev. English, pastor of the local church received the honor of being elected delegate from the Fort Dodge Presbytery to the Iowa Synod which convenes this week at Dubuque. He will be accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, who will stop at Cedar Rapids to visit her Alma Mater at Coe college. While in Cedar Rapids she will be a house guest of Miss Ad- rls Wilson, daughter of Irwin Willson, formerly of Algona. Miss Willson Is completing her fourth year's work at the college for her degree, majoring in music. The chicken supper at the local church last Thursday evening was a decided financial success, $71 being ta- sen In and approximately $63 cleared. About 300 were served. It might be of Interest to those concerned that the Irvlngton church was first organized on Sept. 25, 1867, Samuel Wells acting as clerk. The charter members were Jacob C. Wright, Nancy C. Wright, Alexander Davidson, Minerva Davidson, and Sarah A. Green, mother of Mrs. Alice Duryea, who now lives with her daughter on the old Green homestead. The Messrs. Wright and Davidson were the first ruling elders in the church. In writing to friends In this vicinity recently Miss Katherlne Moon of Culbertson, Montana, granddaughter of Wm. Ward, who owned the farm now occupied by Ben Terhune's reports that her mother, Mrs. Frank Moon, is in a critical condition with heart trouble and as soon as their business interests can be disposed of they will locate In California. Mrs. Wm. Ward now makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Moon. Mr. Ward, on* of the pioneers of early days, died a few years ago and was buried in California. The Moons visited this community a number of times when the Wards were living here. SEXTON NEWS i Miss Edith Greenfield has been HI the past few days with a terrible cold. John V. Huff drove to Mason City Sunday and spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Baker. Mrs. Huff and two children returned home with him after a week's visit with her parents. Mrs. Floyd Pasley returned home last week Tuesday evening from Illinois, where she had been called two weeks before due to the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Hamilton. Her mother is better now. Mrs. Sarah Wise and children, Herman, Nell and Mrs. DtrusUla Noble were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the home of their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and family near Mason City. Mrs. Laura Francis returned home ast week Friday evening from Saune- mln, Illinois, where she has been vis- ting for the past two months with ler aged mother, her brothers and sisters and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bervine Johnson and family, Fred Pogle and Miss lola Johnson of near Goldfleld and Slim Schutter of near Graettlnger were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahrlng. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Neahring are sisters. WHITTEMORE NEWS 8 '^fK&x&XKf^^ Jean Brodlgan of Emmetsburg spent the week end at the Sam Montag home. Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Dalley visited at the J. P. McCreery home at Fonda last Wednesday. Mrs. Jess Marshall and two sons of Whiting, Iowa, spent the week end at the M. C. Weir home. Dr. Ansel Conarty and Bridget Ryan of Chicago are visiting a few days at the Dr. L. B. Smith home, Ed Burke received word Saturday morning of the death of his sister-in- law, Mrs. Elizabeth Joyce of Peru, 111. Don, Sylvester and Magdalene Walsh, R. N. ( of Sioux City, spent the week end visiting at the Wm. Hlgglns home. Florence Lynch and Marcella Cullen left Friday evening for Chicago to attend the Century of Progress exposition. Father Hyland and pat Murphy returned home Friday evening aftelf spending the past ten days in CM" cago. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward were guests at a luncheon and dance held at the Algona Country club Thursday evening. Mrs. Emma RUbert entertained some little girls last Tuesday evening In honor of her daughter, Agatha, who was seven years old. Henry Dahlhauser of Tulsa, Oklahoma, at rived for a few days' visit with relatives. He expecta to leave the first of the week for Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Qiflnn of Arcadia visited last Thursday at the Ed Burke home. They were enroute to Bancroft to visit Mrs. Bridget Quinn. The card party held at the academy hall last Thursday evening was fairly well attended. The bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. S. Cullen and Frank Foley. The five hundred prizes went to Mrs. Nick Seman and Alfred Seman. Mrs. Peter Reding and children, Margaret and Joseph from Whlttemore were Sunday visitors at the John Red- Ing, ST., and George Bormann homes. Mrs. Mike Erpeldlng from Llvermore spent Sunday at the John Reding, Sr., lome. Mrs. Erpeldlng and Mrs. Reding are sisters. Henry Bormann from Dell Rapids, South Dakota, Is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity this week. He returned home Monday. Mrs. John Thul, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner accompanied by Sister M. Hortense, Sister M. concepta, Sister M. Eupharsia, Sister M. Clarita drove to Pocahontas Saturday to visit with the Sisters at Sacred Heart school. Those from this vicinity who attended the Stessman-Bormann wedding at Earling last Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Sr., daughter, Stella and sons, Lorenz, Ernest and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mike Bormann, Mrs. John Gelshecker, Mr. and Mrs. Math Bormann and Mrs. Lena Marso. A reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann, newlyweds, was held Sunday, Oct. 15 at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nlc Bormann for the near relatives. A wedding dance was given Oct. 17th In the Livermore hall for relatives and friends of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher and Mrs. Albert Schlltz and children, Arthur and' Delores all from Bancroft were visitors Sunday afternoon, at the Mrs. Lucy Wagner home. Nola Benge from near Bradgate spenl last week at the William Hammer home. She returned home Saturday evening. Mrs. M. Hanifan and grandson, Tom are spending the corn picking vacation with her son, Bernard and family, south of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer and son, Darwin were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Benge home near Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family from Whlttemore were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Lucy Wagner home. Stop! When You Have to— Quickly! Be sure of your brakes—know that they will bring your car to a dead stop instantly. You never can tell when you will be confronted with a serious situation In which your life and the lives of others will depend on the stopping power of your brakes. Be sure—drive in here for a check-up. We adjust brakes and rellne them for the most economical prices. Firestone Standardized Brake Service gives yon dependable Brakes. Fif*$tOttt Broke Lining Firestone Aqua- pruf Brake Lining is moisluro • proof and embodies a new principle which produces emoothei braking action. The Tire Service Co. 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Sunday and Monday, October 22-23 Come Early on This One! 1-3 Matinee—10c-25c 5-7-9-11 Nights—10-25-35c A Paramount Picture wilh W-C-FIELDS AlH.nfKIPWORTH BAB/UROX "ME AND MY PAL" Also New News, 1 day old* Ted Healy and His Dancers All Technicolor "Nertsery Rhymes" Tuesday and Wednesday, October 24-25 YEARN INC fOR CARESSES... butchainedt to a career; Franchot Tone—Phillip Holmes—Alice Brady with Ted Healy and his band—Lavish Numbers The daughter (Maureen 0'Sullivan) wanted a chance to live and love. Also Pictorial—Popular Melodies—Comedy Thursday and Friday, October 26-27 (Thursday Matinee 2:30 P. M.) Jean Harlow and Lee Tracy in "Bombshell"
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