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farm Auctions Nov* 26—George Rippentrop Estate sale, at farm located one mile north and one-half mile West of Titonka. Sale includes full line of machinery,. two tractors, household furniture and miscellaneous. DeVries Bros. & John Beenken, auctioneers; Titonka Savinps Bank, clerk. Pull sale details in Advance last Monday. Nov. 26—Roy Kenne closing out sale, at farm located six miles east and % mile north of. West Bend. Sale includes full line of farm machinery and 75 head of cross-bred hogs. Don Claude & Charlie Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerk. Full sale details in paper last Monday. Nov. 29—Dick Gillespie Dairy Sale at farm located one-half mile south of Lewisville, Minn. Sale included 30 head of hi gtflde bolisteirt- dairy cattle and miMttg equipment; Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Madelia, clerk. Full sale details in Advance today. Nov. 30 — Donald Smith Estate sale, at farm located 5 miles south of Madelia, Minn, and then one mile east. Sale includes big line of John Deere machinery including five John Deere trac^ tors. Wedel & Kahler, X aucti6n- eers; Farmers State Bank, Ma< Jelia, Minn., clerk. Full sale details in Advance soon. Nov. 30—Harold M. Sabin forenoon Dairy auction, indudv ing 34 head of holsteins and milking equipment. Farm locait* ed 4 miles south and one west of Algona. Charley Quinn & Lyle Benson, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Full details in today's Advance. Dee. 1 — Harlan Harms morning dairy sale, at farm located 6 mile sea stand \Vz miles south of Bancroft. Sale includes 65 high- grade Holsteins, 28 springing heifers and dairy equipment. Charley Quinn & Dutch Leek, auctioneers;. -Titotika Savings -dafrkjfe Clafl hank, cleric-, frill dale detail* m Advance HeXt Monday. Dec. i-^elidelT bitsWortih Estate satey at^farfn located $ miles -north of Swea Gity r theh 2% hiiles west. Full line of chinery, details ift D*<. 6 — Petef PlelrteU rtrtn- piete closing dit *te. 4 ftiiles north, 1% Verne. Sale Include! 6 ing equipment. Quitm aM Kleve.Spdncef, §tictioneefS; .™r: •*• . * fj '!• " '• i •4-"' »" * - i a , *ji i *'»«j..Sp full details at 'date.' SANTA CLAUS DAY NOV. 25—FREE SHOW ALGONA MATINEE ONLY— 1:00 P.M. —3:00 P.M. 10 CARTOONS — THREE STOOGE COMEDY SELECTED SHORT Sponsored By Algona Chamber of Commerce ALGONA THEATRE SATURDAY KIDDIES MATINEE SATURDAY, NOV. 26 — 1:30 P.M. "Herculas, Samson ft Ulyses" — PLUS FOUR COLOR CARTOONS " "MATRON ON DUTY" ALGONA THANKSGIVING DAY ' Thru Sit., Nov. 24 25-26 ' CONTINUOUS SHOWING THANKSGIVING DAY STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. ENDS WEDNESDAY NOV. 23 ALGONA WAl.TCH RPADi: SH HI INC ' . to St. Matthew- ADMISSIONS: Adults $1.25 Children 50c GROUP SALES: 25 or MORE Adults $1.00 Children 35c ADMISSION: Adults 90c Children 35c ALGONA VINCENT PRICE — FABIAN IN "DB. GOLDFOOT AND THE GIRL BOMBS" Bex Offic. Opens 10:30 P.M. Program 11:00 P.M. SUN, - MON. - TUiS. - WED, Nov. 27-28 29 30 DICKISH'AWM THURSDAY, bank, Algon< ftlerk. of sale in the 1 Ad^attee Stiofl. Bancroft, is oh the teSiti of sUf- Who Attended President Johhsoft Jot hiS lucent surgeafy. , Ufe^ihe^ fetfeived his fofhial Bancroft, graduat- ng ffOm St. J6hri's high school B^Otto Wiohtendahl Lato land sale, located 1 west and SVfe miles north df Al goua.' Pull sale details in Ad vance toxlav. 8— Mrs.. Arnold Danielsen fctffn, located four miles east of Algotta. Complete closing out Sale, plus 20 head of dairy cat- 'tie. Ronald Peck & Raymond staff, of, JH&yo j^ line 6f f afth iTid my , hampshife pigs. glamour of the world's top brand names is all around you at GRAHAM'S. ^Wherever you turn . . .whatever you want to spend ... you'll find merchandise signed with famous names. This is part of the convenience, the joy, the satisfaction of shopping at GRAHAM'S Here you can combine the prestige of both a great brand name and GRAHAM'S in a single purchase! Come in tomorrow and spend a f|w hours in pleasant enjoyment of these d'i's.ti.n* guished c o 11 e c- tions. - and visions SUQAR FREE TURKEY WINNER -EUGENE BEENKEN, Titonk« .•*•.