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A STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE WHICH SERVES MARY EDEN, OF WESLEY,& JOHN HAUPTLEY WED Wesley, Feb. 24—Mary, youngest daughter of John Eden, of Wesley village, and Elmer, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hauptley, were married at the Methodist parsonage, at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, February 28. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Wm. Hauptley, and bridegroom by his brother, William. The single ring: ceremony was used, and the Rev. G. W. Eggleston was the officiating clergyman. The couple gave a dance for their friends at Woden Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hauptley will live on his father's farm, northeast of AVesley. Girls I,c>9r in County Tourney— Our girls' basketball team played Its first game In the tournament at f,one Rock, at 2:30 p. m. Friday, and won over Bancroft. 21-19. Our team played Seneca. Saturday afternoon and lost, 7-35, Seneca thus won the tournament. Our boys will go to Ledyard this week-end to take part ! in the tournament. The first game ! will be with Fenton at 7 p. m. ! Should our team win, a second game ' would be played with Whittemore or Lone Rock Saturday afternoon. Meets With Missionary Societies— Mrs. Jorge'n Skow was absent from last week Monday to Saturday. As associate director of the Mitchell Association of the Congregational church, she met with six Missionary societies in the. east end of this district. The purpose of the visits was to create more interest in Missions at home and abroad, and to arrange for two group meetings to toe held in April, one in Charles City, one in Garner. See CUNNINGHAM & LACY Algona Phone 598 Representing FEDERAL FINANCE CO. 800 Liberty lildg. DCS Moines Hobarton Store Netfs HARDWARE For Hard Wear If it's hardware, wo havo it. If ^there's anything you want we haven't got, we'll get it for you. We're ready to serve you. SKEL-GAS Solves the cooking problem. The pride of a woman's heart. Quality Groceries and Meats at Economy Prices. Buy here and be satisfied. fARMERS' GENERAL STORE Where Business Is Appreciated. JB. O. BJUSTKOM, Hobarton, Iowa. Pastor Called to South Dakota— The Rev. Mr. Moore, Methodist pastor, was called away last week Tuesday, and Mrs. Moore accompanied him. Mr. Moore was to conduct funeral services for the senior Mr. Wenk, Madison, S. D., who died after a long illness with pernicious anemia. The younger Mrs. Wenk Is a daughter of the Moores. Mr. AVenk was to be burled In Nebraska. Sunday the Moores had not returned. S. S. worker Spcalis Here— The Rev. P. J. Granness, Des Moines, representative of the Sunday school union in Western Iowa, spoke at the Congregational church in Wesley Sunday forenoon, and at Britt earlier in the morning. He took dinner at the Ole Flom home, and the Floms took him in the afternoon to Brltt. He was to speak at the Upper Flat in the evening. Baiters Moving 1 to Illinois— The Ernest Bauer family leaves this week Tuesday for Sterling, 111., where Mr. Bauer will farm. The family came to Iowa 11 years ago. The Jack Thissen family left Monday for home at Williams. Mr. Thissen came after his wife and their two-weeks-old son. Mrs. Thissen had been three weeks at the home of her parents, the Ed Hauptmans. Farewell for the Henry Loofts— The Messrs, and Mesdames Aidrich and Bill Garman entertained six tables of bridge Sunday evening. The party was in honor of the Henry Loofts, who move this week to Seneca. Alfred Erdman and Mrs. Murphy won "high." Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blelch each received a consolation prize, a guest prize was also given. Study Club Meets Today— Mrs. Aldrich will entertain the Study club this week Thursday afternoon. The subject is "Foods and Menus," and members will respond to roll-call by giving a favorite recipe. Harm Hillinga is Newlywed— Harm Hillinga, northeast of Wesley, and Lydia Stroth, Titonka, were married at the home of the bride's mother at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. dinner there with the Henry Sellers. Mr. and Mrs. Braley entertained the evening bridge club last week Tuesday evening, and Mr.' and Mrs. Julius Kunz won the family prize. Leota Hall, who teaches Normal methods in high school at Rlchland, Minn., spent the week-end with her father and other relatives. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson last week Monday. Mrs. Axel Johnson Is acting as nurse and housekeeper. The A. A. Studer house, which was seriously damaged by fire, has been rerooffid, and Is undergoing thorough repairs. Mrs. John Ormsby returned last Thursday evening from Sexton, where she had been caring for Mrs. Jack Blalne. The Jos. Meurers spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr., Whtttemore. TWO KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT NEAR BANCROFT Bancroft, Feb. 24 — Two were killed and several others bruised and injured in an auto accident east of Bancroft Sunday, when a tire on the car blew out. The dead :ire Mrs. Wilbur Cox, Crystal Lake, and Mrs. Bessie Walker, Carney, Mo., a daughter of Mrs. Cox. Trie accident occured while Mr. and Mrs. Cox, their four daughters and a granddaughter were e n route to see a farm which Mr. Cox had recently purchased. When the left rear tire blew out three miles east . of Bancroft, on the Titonka road, the car rolled over three times, stopping on its left side in the' middle of the road. Mrs. Walker was thrown through the top and killed Instantly with a broken neck and left ankle. Mrs. Cox was taken to an Algona hospital following first aid treatment by Dr. J. A. Devine. Her back was broken, as was one leg, and she died at the hospital Sunday night. Thre e other daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Cox were slightly bruised, and 'Mr. Cox and an 8-year old laughter of Mrs. Walker were uninjured. derkofler home at Srltt Saturday, Mrs. Essffc Doyle la an aunt of Mrs. Devine and Mrs. Underkofler. Mrs. Kat* Bolster is Here— William Bolster brought his mother, Mrs. Kate Bolster, from Waterloo last week Wednesday. Mrs. Bolster is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Stauder, and family and her step-mother, Mrs. Novella Whalen. Algona, Mrs. Whalen was in an accident February 8, when she was coming to Bancroft with Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle, of Algona. Mrs. Whalen suffered a fractured rib and she Is In the Kossuth hospital. Frank Mulligan went to Iowa City last week Monday for treatment. Mr. Mulligan has been 111 tor some (time and has made several trips to Iowa City. The C. O. F. lodge held a special meeting at the C. O. F. hall Thursday evening. Supt. O. D. Hart showed Interesting slides of a trip from New York to California Evans, the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, was operated on for appendicitis at his home Friday evening. Mrs. Relnard Johnson R. N., Is caring for him. The Masonic lodge held a meeting in the lodge rooms Thursday evening. The rooms are in the First National Bank building on the second floor. Mr. and Mrs Clem Heler returned 'to their home at Laniotte last week Wednesday. They attended the wedding of Mrs. Heler's brother, Arnold Schlltz, while here. Carl Pearson, of Algona, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pearson. Carl Is employed In the county auditor's office. The Roy Sundt and William Sandt families, of Fairmont, visited friends here Sunday. A year ago the Sandts moved to Fairmont where they had purchased farms. Adolph Foth Is still confined to his bed with pleurisy. Dr. J. A. Devine Is caring for him. 12 AT LAKOTA TAKE PART IN DEGLMT TILT Lakota., Feb. 24 — A high school declamatory contest was held last week Tuesday evening at the opera house, with a large audience in attendance. There were five contestants In the oratorical class: The Constitution, William Clemens; The Sacrifice That Failed, Dale- Estle; The Sacrifice That Failed, Eugene Harberts; Shall America Go Back? Virgil Smith; The Unknown Soldier, Verle Thaves. In the dramatic class there were four contestants: The White Hands of Telham, John Amelsburg; The Master's Violin, Billy Ley; Antonio Opens His Byes, Norman Frerking; Scarecrow's Mother Comes Home, Duward Tre- tyarned marty thlnfrs about fUf*, where different kinds are found, prices,' demand, durabliUy, etc. County Road plan Peter Hans and \t. H 4 Wai-burton attended.a meeting of the hoard ot approval at' the courthouse last Thursday. A local county road gram for i°93iii was adopted. iMf. Hans represented Ledyard township and Mrs. Warburtori, Lincoln. Other Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Keesee, Ellsworth, arrived Sunday to visit .their daughter, Mrs. Harold Pierce. . They Spring went from here to Algona Monday to attend a tenth district rural mall carriers' convention. Mr. Keesee is a carrier. The Pierces and the Keesees were Blue Earth visitors Sunday afternoon. George Winter, Jerry Heetland, Jerry Ukena, and Arthur Anderson attended an annual meeting of the cooperative shippers' association at Mason City February 12. Mrs. An> derson went with them and shopped. Mr. Winter -was elected to the board of directors. Mrs. Ethel Smith was 'hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday afternoon, 20 members attending. Mrs A. Q. Smith and Leona Heetland gave talks on home grounds 1m provement. Mrs. Clemens, Methodist Cradle Roll Sunday school teacher, enter tained the little tots at a valentine party at her home February 14 Four mothers also .attended. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson Manchester, S. D., visited Mrs. An derson's brothers, Gus apd • Perry Torlne, last week, leaving for horn Sunday afternoon. • The second division of the Meth odist Aid held a bake sale at C. R Smith's store Saturday, and the re ceipts were $10. • Mrs. Oran O'Keefe entertained thi school teachers at 7 o'clock dinne last week Monday evening. METHODISTS HOLD MUSIC CONTEST AT BURT CHURCH Burt, Feb. 24—Two hundred an< fifty persons attended a sub-distric music festival at the Methodls church here Monday evening. Seven Methodist churches participated, tw< in Class A, five In Class B. Class i Includes churches with more than 200 members; Class B, churche with fewer than 200 members. Al gona and Titonka were in Class A Llvermore, Lu Verne, Good Hope Sexton, and Burt, In Class B. gona took all the honors in Class A there being no competition, except i BASKET WEAVING IS CLUB STUDY AT FOUIUJORNERS Four Corners, Feb. 24 — The Mothers and, Daughters club met ast Thursday"\with Mrs. Carl Selp, nd i oil call was answered with the best story I have ever heard." V paper on Helen Keller's Life waa ead by Mrs* Jessie, Mitchell, -and nother on Care and (Feeding of Baby Chicks, written by Clara chultz, was read by Mrs. Selp. This vtts an all-day meeting, and a cov- r.ed-dlch dinner waa served. Most f the day was spent at weaving Baskets and trays, Mrs. Harry eely demonstrating the mathod of making. Nineteen members of the club attended and four visitors: Mrs. larry Seely and Mrs. Seip, of Algona; Mrs. Thorton and Mrs. Alice Imore, near Blue Earth. The next meeting will be on .March 5 with na Schultz, and roll call will be answered with riddles.' Teachers to Present Plfty— The teachers' play, Kal's Kala- boose, Is given at Bell theater this week Thursday evening. Admission is 25 and 50 cents. Other Wesley. Mrs. Carmen Mumma will attend a Panhellenic lunch at the home of a friend at Mason City Tuesday afternoon. The group will then attend a meeting of the dramatic division of the Woman's club, and Doctor Arnold, Hamline university, Machinery Repairing Right now every farmer should be getting his machinery into first- class condition for the spring work. That is our specialty. Call on us for whatever you need. Hardwoods 6for every need. Do you need mew tongues or whiffletrees? BLACKSMITHI5TG always, and by an expert workman. Thorpe WOOD AND IEON WORKS Old Dray Shop Stand Adding Machine ROLLS JLdvanc* Publithing St. Paul, will talk on Broadway plays he has seen this year. Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Kuper and baby daughter, Alexandria, visited her mother, Mrs. Agatha Haverly, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Richter attended funeral services for Mrs. Rudolph Bennertz at Forest City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergeson, Hobarton, and Mr. and Mrs, Ben Hopkins, Wesley, drove to Mason City Sunday. Mr. Bergeson Is station agent at Hobarton, and hla wife was formerly Zella Hutchlnson, of Wesley. The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets this week Friday afternoon at Mrs. Turgeson's, with the Mesdames Niles and Hodges. Mrs. Niles has the lesson, and Mrs. Raymond Han- Ken will lead devotions. The Hans Hansen family took Sunday dinner at Carl Hansen's. Mrs. Gordon C. Giddlngs entertained the families of her brothers, Howard Hansen, Kanawha, Theron and Raymond Hansen. Edwin Johnson, St. James, Minn, came through Friday with two friends who were driving to Des Moines, and the group visited Edwin's sister, Mrs. Fred Bentele. The Methodist Aid meets in the League room of the church this week Wednesday afternoon. The Mesdames .Wm. Hutchinson and Alfred Nelson are hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Swanson visited Mr. Swanson's sister, Mrs. Andy Swanson, at Swea City Saturday and Sunday. The men are not related except by marriage. Mrs. Wallace Benton visited her aunt, Mrs. Eliza Bxilslnger, at Clear Lake Saturday. Mrs. Bolslnger Is reported recently to have suffered a stroke. Jocob Faber. -who broke his leg in a fall last week Monday, Is seriously sick at his home, and under the Lucille Kunz, registered Jack Quinn Son May Lose Eye— Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn and two sons of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests at the Bridget Quinn home. Their oldest son Willard, 8, had one of his eyes injured with a pair of scissors two weeks ago when he and a neighbor boy were cutting out valentines. Willard can distinguish light from dark with this eye and there is a possibility that It may be saved. Lupin Buys the Yeoman Hall— The Yeoman Hall building was sold to Frank Lupin by W. A. Mur ray last week. Mr. Murray has hafl oats stored i n this building for the past year and at present the oats are being taken out, Mr. Lupin will use this building for a mill. The building just west of the paving which Mr. Lupin occupies now waa sold recently to the Champlin Oil company of Mason City. Last Forester Party Given— The last Forester dance and card party of the season was held last week Monday evening. Clarence Vaske and Gertrude Fangmann won high scores in "500". Mrs. F. J. Welp and Joe Crowley got low. Charles Lappe and Mrs. H. B. Menke got the door prizes. Johnson's orchestra of Buffalo Center furnished the music for the dance. New Girl In Kardoeg Family— Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kardoes have a girl born Friday afternoon. They moved on Mrs. H. p. Nelson's farm east of town last •week, and Mrs. Nelson and her daughter, Mrs. P. Samuelson, moved to Buffalo Center and are living with the Frank Eich family. Ames Men to Speak Here— R. H. Porter of the crop disease control department and J. L. Boatman of the soils department of the Iowa State college extension service will be here Thursday evening nary. The humorous class consisted of three contestants: Flaming Youth, Loraine Smith, The Baseball Story, Leland Thaves; Janice Entertains Her Sister's Beau, Mildred Barger. Bill Clemens won first in oratorical; Norman Frerking, in dramatics; and Loraine Smith, in humorous. A district contest will be held at Titonka this week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Donald Weir, wife of the Burt schools superintendent, was judge of the local contest. 4-H Club Committee Entertains— The county 4-H club committee entertained the county 4-H club leaders Saturday afternoon at the home of the county chairman, Mrs. Paul Krlethe, Burt, and 20 women were In attendance. Short talks were given, by members of the committee and Muriel Body, H. D. A. The principal adress was delivered by a Miss Wilson, Algona teacher. As the day was near Cteorge Washington's birthday this was called a Martha Washington party. The object was to 'hold a get-together meeting where club problems could be discussed, and club leaders could get acquainted with each other and the county committee. A two-course lunch was served with silk flags as favors. solo work. In Class won first In junior B Llvermor chorus; L Verne, first in trio; Burt; first i solo; and Sexton, first in churc chorus. Burt was unopposed i orchestra. At ft lunohfcon Monday 1 'eterilnfc of Kossulht bankers at the Algona hotel officers Were elected: L. tf/Keri* nedy, Vice president of the Farmer^ A Traders bank, Bancroft, president! ttahm, cashier bank, at. - , ! 'William BttSirtderit of the Tltom," bank, *Mfa6t«d secretary J'! Hanna/ Bank of L U VeVn ' M treasurer. E. R. Worl "'-' « tt "««4?i ret 'flns pros" '' t>. Williams, Afeona vice president. Girl Hit by Car Improves— Little Mary Joyce, daughter of -Mr, ind Mrs. Edward Rich,' Is rapidly mprovlng, though she will have to •emaln at the Kossuth hospital for some time yet. She was lift by an ui'tomobile In front of her home, west of town, on No. 118, some weeks ago. PERMANENT WAVES Combination Waves Croqulgnole Waves THIS tS OUR REGULAR PRICE MARIGOLD BEAUTY SHOPPENQj 0rer K. P. James Drug Store. PHONE 93 Boy's Appendix Is Removed— Robert, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs.,Archie Walker, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospltaj last week- Wednesday afternoon, and Is redover- Ing. Other Four Corners. The new • Parent-Teacher association in Union's school district No. 6 had Its second meeting Friday evening at William Drayton's, and all members except two attended. The next meeting will be at 'Mrs. Walter Gellenfeldt's. The Good Hope choir met at Etna Mitchell's Friday evening, and practiced for a district contest at Burt this week Monday evening. Fifteen Good Hopers attended • the practice. Another Chick Hatchery. Burt, Feb. 24 — Burt is soon to have' a chick hatchery. Al Nyles, who operates a hatchery at Woden, has rented the old Wessel house In north Burt, and will open a hatch ery In it about April 1. He will move his family here. ; FREE—1 I PACKAGE KALSOMINE with the purchase of two. New life for your home with Gamble's Interior paints. Eggshell Wall Finish, $2.70 gal. Flat Wall $2.00 gal —Gamble Stores. 28-24 — For Service — Let us re-block and clean last season's hat ( degree of style and appearance that will vie with t. brand new hats on the street. Its original shape, li original shade will be restored. In new brick building, first door east of old locatit We call for and deliver. Modern Clean® ..Call Theatre. at the school. Mr. Porter will talk on control of crop diseases and Mr. Boatman will talk on crop rotation. Albert Ditsworth Home Sold— Charles Schmidt purchased the Albert Ditsworth last -week. It is estate residence reported he paid $600. The Florian Hunt family is now occupying this house. Mr. Schmidt expects to take possession n 30 days. Fire in Roof Extinguished— The fire department was called out Thursday afternoon at fifls by a fire in the roof of the A. Conlon home. Neighbors noticed the fire soon after it broke out, so not much damage was done. Mrs. J. H. Welp owns this place. Streets Are Being: Graveled— Five blocks of Bancroft streets in the south part of town are being graveled. The gravel Is being secured from the Frank Fangmann Pit and O. C. Kinkald has the contract. Mrs. Mary Lattimer Sick William Lattimer came from Rockwell Saturday to spend a few day 3 w ith his mother, Mrs. Mary Lattimer, who Is ill. Mrs. Lattimer makes her home with the William Quinns. Stromseths Have New Daughter- Mr, and Mrs. Al Stromseth have a girl born Saturday. The Strom- setths have two other children, both boys. Mr. Stromseth Is cashier at the Farmers & Traders Savings Bank. Other Bancroft News. Five hundred and bridge were played at 21 tables at St. John's hall last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. Hellnsky and Roman Wllhelmi won high In "i500" while Mrs. Mike won care of nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux attended high mass at St. Benedict at 10 w , I o'clock Sunday, ana af terwara tools I Ka : Droessler ajid R. Long of Lone Rock high in bridge. the door priae. Mrs. j. A. Devine, City, W. J. Hood Mrs. Imelda of Hear .President Hearst Speak— The George Winters, the Henry Pattersons, and Mrs. J. H. Warburton attended a Farm Bureau board meeting at the opera house, Swea City, last Thursday. Ten township women chairmen atehded a county meeting in the forenoon and there was a general Farm Bureau meeting In the afternoon at which the state Pram Bureau president, Charles E. Hearst, discussed legislative measures. Harrison, Swea, Grant, and Eagle held a joint meeting in the evening, and Mr. Hearst spoke again. Myron Johnson served as chairman of this meeting and called on officers of the Farm Bureau for short talks. The Swea City orchestra furnished music and lunch was served. Eightieth Birthday is Observed— F. W. Kienitz was 80 years old last week Monday, and the children and their families held a birthday party in honor of the occasion at the Kienitz home. Present were the J. P. Thelsens, Titonka; the J. F. Smiths, the Elmer, William, and Ed Kienitz families, Mrs. Minnie Thaves and a daughter, Mrs. Vern Molln- der. The Kienitzos, who have been residents of Lakota for the last several years, formerly lived on a farm northeast of town, now occupied by a son Ed. Lincoln F. B. Women Meet— Mrs. A. Q. Smith was hostess to the Lincoln township woman's Farm Bureau meeting Friday afternoon, with Mrs. Walter Sachs and Mrs. Clemens as assisting 'hostesses. Mrs. Henry Patterson and Mrs. David Patterson gave reports of the Farm and Home week at Ames. Mrs. L. A. Nltz, delegate from Ledyard, was a guest and spoke on garden pests. The next .meeting will be at Mrs. Harm Jutting's. Charles Worley Critically Sick-. E. R. Worley was called to Hampton last Thursday by news of the serious Illness of a brother Charles, who Is in a hospital there, having had an operation for ruptured appendix. Little hope was at first held for his recovery, but the local Mr. Worley, on his return, reported the patient, some better, ana later reports are that he Is expected to recover. Hard Times Party Given— The Woodman and Royal Neighbor lodges held a hard times party at the Woodman hall last week Tuesday evening, and a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Faulkner received first prize on costume; Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Arthur Anderson, second. The first prize was a box of crackers and the second a ring of bologna. Mason Citya n Talks on Furs-. One day last week a. Mr. Swift, of Marshall, Swift. & Co., Mason City, talked before th© upper grades Friday and Saturday, February 27 and 28 Two Matinees each day at 1:30 and 3:30 to care for the crowds Call Theatre Algona and Roxy Theatre, New York City, share hone on the World's Premier of 44 EAST LYNNE" One of the Super Specials of 1931 with ANN HARDING - CLEVE BROOKE - CONRAD NAGI CSHEXff NAOEl CUVf U00« ANN HARDING We are proud to offer you thi. marvelou* production at regular .dmUdon price.. and the high school on furs. The pupils were much Interested and Wednesday-Thursday, Feb. 85-96 Matinee 2:30 Thursday. Prices, 10-SOc. ZANE GREY'S "FIGHTING CABAVANS" —With— GABY COOPER Lily Damita, Ernest Tor. rence, Tully Marshall Fred Kohler A Paramount Picture. AS big as the great outdoors! Where "The Covered Wagon" left off—"Fighting Caravans" begins. 1,700 players—500 Indians—the greatest scenes ever photographed—a perfect cast that includes Gary Cooper. Stirring, hazardous adventure produced on as large a scale as that great sensation "The Covered Wagon," "Fighting Caravana" lives. It is vividly alive with a competing realism. A tnrUl awaits ygy In "Fight'— Caravans." Sunday, March 1, IT'S A BIG PROGRAM . 1 and 3 o'clock matinees 10-SBe, *any seat. 6-7-9 o'clock shows, regular admiss(on. NAtyCY CABBOLL PHILIP HOLMES "STOLEN HEAVEN" Manslaughter hit you between the eyes! Prepare for another shock punch 1 They set a price on their lives—and sell out cheap —one rich riotous hoUday jn Florida's glorious paradise. —Also— - Cartoon—Comedy Monday, Tuesday, Weduetd»y March t, 8 and 4 Matinee Tuesday, ZsjJO. Prices, 10-30c.- Two stars In one big hit! Twice ths fun of "Life of the Party." Twice the laughs of "Going Wild." Ten times as good as the best time you've ever had! "Sit Tight" -^With— WINNIE LIGHTNEB Tfce Mfe ol Any Party. JOEE.BEOWN FuBttleit Man on the Screen. Claud!* Dell Paul, Gregory Lottl Loder Hobart Bosworth Funniest teani Uj talkies In their f unnest talkie. t One pj the tew H-day picture* booked ip call Theatre, a good reason. •B* Friday, M»r. I'J Matinee each day at 2:' t Special school matinee at' -'Friday. WALKER HUS1 The wonderful, character I whp gave UB the criminal f ney ana the warden in " nrl Ccxje"—now )n LINCOLN" century.
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