Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 5
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SON CITY AN Clark Reared IOWA, Son [judge Clark. vear or so has seen a . f In the Personnel of the congrcgatlonaliste, lmvo "L Seasonal pastor is CO cfark, who -to the second child of Mason City. fawiuve «f Iowa, ror_r tie at the time was Ma- Ihome at i g rearecl , there. i the Mason ^;r;a« not graduated 'L school. This, -he ex, not because lie was ,ex- cause he chose to enter ~ academy, from which diiated.'- He then entered £rom which he Kvas Lin I!" 15 ' , Education at Boston. I n ot consider his edu- .npleted upon graduation The two following years " there he was student pas- .thodlst church at Solon, a Ullage, ministry, He planned to fol „, and so on leaving Chicago university, ."spent one semester, hlcago Mr. Clark went to hero he entered Boston and took a theological ftcr four years there he toted, and in 1911, at Den- IS . ordained in the Metho(17. For two years - he • of the Park Hill Metho.,H at Denver, a call to the Congregation |h n t Hastings, Neb., wae I Three years were spent [ter which Mr. Clark served Congregational church I This church was merged jther, nnd ' Mr. Clark re j Iowa to serve the First ktlonal church at Waterlop ! remained seven years. \\-atcrloo to Oregon. Iffatorloo Mr. Clark wen |ne, Ore,, whence he was Algona. He served the ,ngregational church three (nil then for another three f till he came here, .was. en evangelistic work, mean intaining his home at Eu [irk married Prudence Wes family once lived for i 1 at Renwick. They hav, Iren: Frederick, 17, , I In electrical engineering regon state college; Clarlbel J senior In the Eugene tiigh |ls year; and Joseph, 12. , Clark Teaches Voice. mlly is still In Oregon,' elo Iowa when school clos Icrlck will enter Ames nex •continue his studies, and (111 enter the Algona schools rill probably be at home a going to college.. Mi [keeping house at the par p himself .till the family ai music lovers will b |to learn that Mrs. Clark lolst of exceptional talent ing. She studied In Bos- I years under Clara E.-Mun- I spent two summers at the IMuslcal college under Pro- fltherspoon. For the last ) she has taught voice as a the faculty of the Ore! university at Eugene. IS OUSTER IS lElD IN HEARING , la.—In a decision filed fneaday, H. H. Linton, Car- »ty superintendent of [firmed the action of the Khool board in discharging | Tearoua as superintendent i school last December. fm's decision was'based on " that the board *" acted I Power and that the evl- "T at the hearing was suf- | warrant such action. ! Glldden hearing, Yearous |W4 with having so con- W as to lose the respect (tool board, pupils and.pa- " school, and several slued to indecent conduct of the superintendent. It I charged that a proceeding 1 icarbus with being the an Illegitimate child was K08SXJTH COUNTY AfrVANCB. ALQONA, IOWA PAQEFIVH Morningside College A Cappella Choir T t MLcSHn VT o^JS^n^Ulo IO L'Vl b ^ ll ? ar< lT„ Xt Tuesday n ' Bht at Ule AlK ° na Methodist church. The founder and director !„ Prof. knov^foS; ^S£K; "o,r?nd Ch ta!: csOE p":t V ,n C ^e WflS "* ^ "^ ^ ^^ ^^ Pl '"^ 0r ^°™"'« *"•• have the opportunity to enjoy. There are two Strom. The hour will bo S o'clock. Paul widely program; The choir's appearance here will bo a treat such as Algonians seldom Algona girls in the choir: Harriet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith, and Dorothy Sell- There will be a St. Patrick's day dance at the I. O. O. F. hall next Tuesday night. The St. Thomas Guild will meet next week Thursday at Mrs. Austin Gardner's. Dwight Parsons spent the weekend with friends at Fort Dodge. He Is employed at the Klassle garage. Mr., and Mrs. Frances Burns spent Sunday with Esthervllle relatives. Mr. Burns is night man at the El- be'rt garage. Mrs. I. G. Dewel Is up again, following an illness of two weeks. Part of the time she had a registerd nurse from Brltt. The H. O. Buells, of Burt, who have spent most of the winter in Rev. F. J. Clark Florida, are expected home March 20 or thereabouts. Mr., and Mrs: A. A.>-Blshop spent Sunday at Klemme, .and Mrs. Bishop spoke at a morning service at the Baptist church there. .Mrs, John Linnan was here from last Wfitik Tuesd.iy till Saturday the guest of her son, Luke E. Linnan. Her home is at Maurice. W. L. Raverty, S'.'eepy Eye, Minn., spent the week-end with Maurice McMahon. The boys attended Creighton college, Omaha, together. Floyd Arnold, dairy husbandry extension worker from Ames, conducted a dairy feeding school at West Bond Monday. County Agent MOP risdn attended. Mildred DeGraw, who has ; bee». doing practice teaching near Mason City, spent the week-end at home before going to Cedar Falls to com plete her studies. Mrs. Mary Patterson, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. W. R. Laird, Sioux Falls, came Sunday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove, till Tuesday. ' Edith Bates, senior at the I.. S. T. C., Gedar Falls, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I-I. A. Bates. She will receive her B. A. degree in June. Weiss & Sorstedt have a page advertisement in the paper today announcing a big special sale. A special sales director Is helping the firm put on the sale. Adelaide Eisenbarth, St. Benedict, began work Monday at the Marigold :eauty Shop ,No. 1. She is the aughte'r of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore lisenbarth, St. Benedict. The Bernard W. Tierneys, Mason ity, spent the week-end with" Mr. Tierney's mother, Mrs. George Holtz- muer. Mrs. Tierney was Gwendolyn ones before her marriage. Mrs. W., L. Hagerhorst, of Eagle Grove, came Tuesday to spend the veek with Mrs. N. C. Rice. Mr. lagerhorst was called to Buffalo, V. Y;, by the death of his father. Druggist Lusby'announces his an- iual Penslar One-Cent sale in to- ay's Advance. This offers 'an ex- ellent opportunity ,to stock, up on nany valuable proprietary goods. Maurine Miller, Mason City, spent A LGONA'S ALREADY popular nejv Congregational pastor, the son of Judge J. J. Clark, of Mason City. Pastor Clark has been in demand for_ local epeaking engagements since his arrival a few weeks ago. course at a Mankato business college. Ralph Lamuth and Elolse De Chene, of Farlbault, Minn., spent Sunday with the Matt Lamuths. Ralph is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. He visited his mother, who IH seriously 111 at the Stebbins hospital with heart trouble. Ralph is manager of the Swift plant at Faribault. Dr. W. H. Lease went to Laurens yesterday to help the Rev. Chas. H. Seward with special meetings. The "Singing Brooks," of Cedar Rapids, are conducting the musical features. Doctor Lease is no stranger at Laurens, for he was the Methodist pastor there seven years, leaving seven years ago. L. C. Hanson, Supt. Overmyer, and Raymond Cook spent Sunday at Nevada. Mr. Hanson and Raymond visited Mr. and Mrs. O. Madson, and Mr. Overmyer spent the day with his wife. The women are taking treatment at the sanitarium. Raymond is a clerk at the Madson & Hanson clothing store. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Krantz went to Waterloo Tuesday morning to visit the Rea Hutchisons, have been ill, and The children the daughter i district court here. The • unanimously for hii| dis- ' appealed to the county went and later his attor- «w attorney for the Glld- f>l board agreed to rest the ... — --- w fc W A VBI, llkO the transcript of the evl- ? at the original hearing. <*Pected to carry his ap- state' su ls married and has , brought by Miss 19 ' of Glldden. unwed filling station across the-street from the Stecle store, but is now a traveling agent In Pocahontas county. J. R. Blossom drove to Mason City Friday to meet his daughter Margaret, who spent the week-end at home. She is completing her second year in a, three-year music course at the State Teachers college. August Bremer, who had for many years had a sleeping room in the rear of his barber shop, has outfitted bachelor's quarters in the upper story of the Zender &"Caldwell store building, which he bought a few months ago. Alex Radlg, in underwent an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital Friday. He is the son of Alex Radig Sr., Lone Rock. Floyd Riebhoff, Algona, was operated on for appendicitis at the same hospital the same day. Mrs. DeMaude Lathrop, her daughter Meredith, son Frank, and Mrs. Alfred Jergenson drove to Mason City Sunday to visit Mrs. Geo. Johnson, patient at the Park Hospital. Mrs. Johnson is not doing as well as had been hoped for. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hazeltine spent Sunday and Monday"with Mrs. Hazeltine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove. They aje en route from Minneapolis, where they have been living, to San Francisco, where they plan to make their home, I Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, their son Charles, and daughter Jane spent Saturday and Sunday at Waverly with the Doctor's parents and sisters. Mrs. Lura Sanders ac he week-end with her mother, Mrs. | eomp anied them as far as Charles City, where she visited her son Mr. left 'ora D. Miller. She is employed as tenographer in the offices of the Y. W. C. A. cafeteria at Mason'City. The Rev.. and Mrs. A. H.. Wood were guests 01 a double golden wedding celebration at Garner Friday night. Mr. Wood was the Garner Methodist- pastor- from 1912 till 191B. Beulah Hartshorn, of the Marigold Beauty Shop No. 1, returned.X^sjer- day from Des Moines, where'; she had attended a beauty operators' meeting. fSlje had been gone.,since Monday." '•''"/.. • ' •••"i : i''i;' 1 . 1 '-''' John Lundstrom; Advance pressman, spent Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with 'Des Moines relatives. He traveled on the Northwestern and took advantage of the temporary 2c fare. , Mrs. Ethyl Morrison returned yesterday from DCS Moines, wf$r e she tad been .Since Monday, attending :he ^annual state convention"-of.;.tbe state association of cosmetologists and operators. _ Doctors M, J. Kenefick and Walter Praser spent Tuesday evening at Fort Dodge; where they attended ;.a Webster Qpunty 'Medical association d4nner and heard a Doctor Miller, of Iowa City, speak.' . ' County Agent Morrison attended a Ramsey township Farm; Bureau meeting Tuesday night and•" showed moving pictures of the . Diamond. Jubilee parade and the '—"-•" " Verne cor n show. Dr. and Mrs. It. G. Baker spent last week Wednesday'and;Tl , at Minneapolis, where the doctor attended 4 Minnesota' dental ?neet} nSi He says the cllnio was the best he has ever attended, • ivvp" Juanlta Martin has substituted for Helen JSlttrttsch at Cpunty Attprr ney Shumway'9 olflce two , .„.,.,,-.. Helen, who underwent a sinus-oper- uary teiw »tlon, a week ago Monday, expects «•« ward t9 retMJrn tp work nejct week. Jjr. M. J. ^eneticK and Dr. W. T. PeJters^ Burt, attended a d the Des Moines dub, Des Saturday night to honor of Dr. waiter BtsrriJM?. It was giwn oy^e p w Moines ^edjlcal W br »jy ''"" from I^Crqpae, where Roger. Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ballard, Mason City, and the Lowe children were at Burt w,ith their grandmother, Mrs. Rachel Lowe, who makes her home with a daughter, Mrs. L. L. Sheldon. . Mrs, Fred Anderson, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Irons, Cherokee, fell and broke her hip yesterday morning. Details of the -accident are not known here. Anderson and his son Homer for Cherokee when they received the news. E. W- Hnnson is preparing to build a house for P. P. Zerfass on the latter's 80-acre farm four miles north of Wesley. The house oh this farm was recently burned down. Wilbur Holdren, Clarence Bowman, and Harley Adams are members of Mr. Hanson's crew. Algonians are invited to attend and take part in an Hth congressional district dinner at the hotel Tangney, Spencer, tonight to lay plans for securing a proposed $1 2-50,000 veterans' hospital for the lakes region. Dinner will be- serv- "ed at 6:30 and will be free. ' Helen George. West Union, spent the week-end with Emmet Jackman. Mr. Jackman is employed at the Standard Oil Station on east State, and Mise George Is a teacher at West Union. Her home Is at Graet- tlnger, and Miss George and Mr. j'ackman spent Sunday there. Judge Davidson stopped here Monday rooming on his way to court at Humboldt, and was kept busy with probate and miscellaneous court matters, winding up the Jan- Betty was to have a mostoiditls operation Tuesday. Mrs. Hutchison Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Krantz, and Mr. Hutchison is the son of .Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. Mrs. Henry Meyer came down from Ringsted last week Tuesday to visit former Algona neighbors. She had lived here some 15 years till her husband died late last fall. Now she makes her home turn about with a son and a daughter near Ringsted. Her home in the Second ward has not been rented. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson are parents of a boy, born Saturday, named Richard Leroy, the sec ond child. The daughter Mary Joan is three years old. Mrs. Anderson formerly Hazel Harris, is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris Sexton, and Mi> Anderson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson. Loraine Tierney came home last Thursday to spend a vacation till Easter with 'her mother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. She is a student at a Des Moines commercial college, and was accompanied by Gladys Larson, who spent 'Thursday here and then went on to her home ait Wallingford, where she spent the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kresensky, Mankato, and their 3-year-old soi. Tommy spent Sunday with Lewis's mother, Mrs." J. C. Kresensky, ana the A.' E.' Kresenskys, and the sen. lor Mrs. Kresensky went home with them for a several weeks stay. Mrs. Kresensky had of late been with the A. E. Kresenskys, Lewis has for some years been principal of the Mankato high school. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barton, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bruns, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, L. G. Pool, and L. F. Jenkinson attended an Odd Fellow- Rebekah "booster" meeting at Burt last week Tuesday evening. Such meetings are held turn about by the Lu Verne, Wesley, Tltonka, Algona, Burt, and Swea City lodges, and the next one will be held here Monday evening, April 6. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Laird, Des Moines, went home Sunday, after a visit since Friday with local relatives. Mr. Laird, who is state adjutant of the Legion; attended a Legion meeting at Buffalo Center Friday night and was one of the speakers. Mrs. Ella Laird, who has spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Thoo. Aulmdn, Des Moines, will come home early next month. Mrs, Aubrey Bonham went " to Earlham 'Tuesday and is visiting there till Saturday, when she will leave for Santa Clara, Calif., where she will be with her parents till fall. Mr, Bonham, who is athletic coach in the'local schools, will join her next summer. The Bonhams have been occupying Mrs. Lela Don nell's house, and Mr. Bonham will remain there till Mrs. Donnell re turns late this month. Mrs. Julius Johnson, Humboldt, and Mrs. J. H. Meusey, Ringline, Mont., stopped here Sunday, en route to Rochester, where Mrs. Meu soy, who has been in poor health for some time, has entered the Mayo clinic for examination and treatment. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Meui sey have been frequent guests recently of their sister, Mrs. DeMaude Lathrop. They were accompanied by Mrs. Meusey's son Kenneth, era- Eastern Stiir School Held— The O. E. S. held a school of instruction at the Masonic hall last week Tuesday. At noon a three- course luncheon was served at the Algona hotel, and the luncheon was 'oliowed 'by a program: vocal solo, Sernice Wilson, accompanist, Mrs. El. P. Norton; reading, Ma at the Basketball Game, Margaret Lease; violin solo, Agnes Vohs, West Bend, pianist, Mrs. R. P. Norton. The school of Instruction took up the rest of the afternoon and the evening, and was conducted by Mrs. Zola Schaeffer, "of Manly. In the evening Mrs. Schaeffer, Mrs. Nellie Olander, Prlmghar, worthy grand matron of Iowa, and other visitors spoke. Mrs. Schaeffer and Mrs. Olander were presented with gifts. Buffalo Center, Armstrong, Burt, and West Bend were well represented. The evening program consisted of a violin solo by Agnes Vohs; vocal solo, Mrs. F. F. 'Barker; a dance, Barbara Haggard, Mary Louise Gilmore, Maxine Larson, and Mildred and Marabelle Reimer. Mrs. Ellis Runchey is local worthy matron. H. S. Students Entertained—' Anna Belle Crawford, of the Algona high school, was hostess at a party at her home Friday evening. The guests arrived at 8, and the evening was spent , at games and dancing. Refreshments were served at 12. Attending were: Mildred Kain, Esther Neuroth, Catherine Shultz, Ellen Steussy, Isabel Kain, Myrtle Fitch, Bob Cliff, Dick Cowan, John Shilts, Edward Ostrum, Melvin Shilts, Lyle Raney, and Craig Smith. Myrtle Fitch, Isabel and. Mildred Kain remained with Anna Belle over the week-end. there are 60 or more Ames alumni In the county. Mr. Morrison desires to hear from them by Saturday. He has sent out letters to known alumni, but any who do not receive letters are asked to communicate with him at once. Alumni are to take husband or wife as the case may be. Plates will be 75c. Achievement !>ay I'lnns Mrs. ,T. H. Warburton, Lakotn, county F. B. woman's chairman, and six other here with committee women, met Muriel Body H. D. A., Friday to lay plans for Achievement day on May 28. The other women wore: Mrs. George Winter, Ledyard township; Edna Staley, Burt, tow,n- ship; Mrs. Lewis McWhorter, Burt P. O.; Mrs. Agnes Seely, Plum Creek township; Mrs. George Fitch, Bode P. O.; and Mrs. Karl Neal, Lu Verne. V. K. O.'s Name Ne w Officers— The P. E. O.'s met with Mrs. Edith Hutchison last week Wednesday night, and officers were elected: Mrs. May Harrington, re-elected president; Mrs. Nannie McMahon, vice president; Ella Thompson, recording secretary; Mrs. Alice Cowan, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Victoria Evans, treasurer. Surprise Farewell for Coadys— A surprise farewell party was given for the James Coadys and Walter. Coady and his daughter Julia a week ago Saturday night by neighbors and friends. The Coadys, who have farmed in Union township for a number of years, will be missed In-the community. Trey have moved to a farm near Wesley. I'ny Observes Seventh Birthday— Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gilbride, celebrated his seventh birthday last week Wednesday, and in honor of the event entertained ten young friends. The after-school hours were spent at games, and dinner was served at 6. Minneapolis Couple Wed Here— John Organist and Elsie Daniels, Minneapolis, were married at the Lutheran parsonage here Monday afternoon by the Rev. P. J; Braner. City And County Mrs, T. H. Holmes returned Sunday from Vermont, 111., where she was culled three weeks ago by word of the Illness of a sister,, Mrs. Frank Pugh, who died a week ago Friday. Funeral services were held last week Monday. Death was caused by hardening O f the arteries. Mrs. Pugh, who was 05, was the eldest In a family which Includes, besides Mrs. Holmes, three other sisters and three brothers. Bn route home Mrs. Holmes stopped at Iowa City, where she had an examination at the uni- versity hospital. Dr. W. H. Lease Was at Sioux City Tuesday, serving as member at a Northwest Iowa. Methodist conference . committee which was meeting with a committee of German Meth- odlsts to lay plans for the Union of the Northwest Iowa Conference and the German Methodist conference, in late years most of the> German Methodist churches In northwest Iowa have merged with American Methodist churches, and there are now only five German Methodist churches In the territory of the Northwest Iowa Conference, none trict. of them In the Algona dis- A PEACH POISE PRESERVER STYLED BY FORMFIT TO BEQUEATH PERMANENTLY PERFECT CONTOURS TO SLIGHTER FIGURES I HIS Girdleiere is made for a long life of hard wear—because not only is the peach Repp cloth of which it is made unusually durable, but the elastic sections are cut of Mrs. "W. L. Hagerhorst, Grove, won the high score. Girls' Club Organized— Muriel Body, county home demon stration agent reports a new girls' 4-11 club in process of organization in Plum Creek township. Girls fig' urlng In the organization are Marjorie Johnson, Irene Fitzgerald, Eleanor Keen, and Blecta ' ireen. A large number of other girls have Other Society News Mrs. N. C. Rice entertained the women who 'assisted at her Valentine party at dinner 'and bridge Friday night. A three-course dinner was served at a single table centered with a bouquet of roses. After dinner contract bridge was played, and Eagle Other guests were Mesdames ,T. S. Auner, R. H. Crawford, T. H. Chrischilles, A. K. Cliff, C. T. Chubb, L. C. Nugent, and T. C. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Wilson entertained six couples at bridge last Thursday night. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and Mr. and Mrs. E. L,. DoZellar won the high family scores; Mr and Mrs. Anton Didriksen, the consolation. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Runchey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith, and Mr. and Mrs. ]_,. J. Malueg. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Beguhn entertained their bridge club at 7 o'clock dinner Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe were guests and won the low family score, while Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stedman won the high family score. Mrs. J. \V. Mangan entertained the Hi-Lo bridge club Saturday night, and Mrs. Anna March won the high score, Mrs. W. P. Hemphill the consolation. There are eight members of the club. Muriel Body, county Farm Bureau H. D.-A., will attend a joint Lincoln- Ledyard township Farm Bureau meeting tomorrow night. This meeting is an annual event. The Child Study club will mett jormelaslic a ipeciol long-lived webbing loomed specifically for Formfit designers. The uplift bust section of this Princess 1 is soft ecru lace. The sizes are 32 to 38. A garment at Friday and Saturday, Mar. 13 and 11 2:30 Special Matinee Friday. 1:80, 3:30 matinees Saturday Prices, 10-30c. It's a' .big special, playing in line with New York City! They too are playing it this week! The great thrill picture of 1931! Most fascinated film of jungle life ever offered. As funny as Marx Bros, and Chaplin put together. been or will be invited to join. 'A with Mrs. M.,M. Morrow next Tues- meeting to perfect organization is scheduled for next week Saturday. Lena Bennett, Burt, will be leader. This will be the 18th club in the county, and it is reported that two others may be organized soon. Ames Alumni Plan Reunion— Plans are under way for a Kossuth Iowa State college alumni dinner next week Friday night at the Algona hotel. This will celebrate Iowa State day. An Ames faculty member will speak. It is believed day afternoon. Mrs. M. G. Norton will be in. charge of the lesson. The F.irst Lutheran Dorcas society will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:io at Luther hall; Mrs. C. E. Olsson, hostess. The Lgion Auxiliary will give B benefit card party at tne Legion hall next week Thursday evening. There will be lunch. Charles Wolfe and Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, Lu Verne, were Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner. W///// The Lure of An Extra Per Cent— - The main consideration in making any investment is the safety of the principal. Interest rates are based on the risk involved. Consider, for example, an Investment of $1,000. What matters a paltry $10 or so of interest, as compared •with a possible loss of all or part of the original $1,000? . We urge our patrons to beware of investment schemes paying an inordinately high rate of interest. Unless you can afford to lose all of the principal, you can not afford to gamble for a mere ten or fifteen dollars of extra interest. Kossuth County State Bank Algona, Iowa Tuesday and AVednesday, Mar. J7-18 2:30 matinee Tuesday, prices 10-30C. Beautiful gowns. Ultra modern story! Divorcee pleased many! the March term, March 30, will be next week Friday. Mr a"* M™ Fred G. Pooch, who have been living on norm Lantry street, will move to the Henry Ba4- ley farm In Plum Creek townshp Jhls week-end. Mr. Bailey recently U «• wlte, and¥rs. POP* n boww «w *ta< Mr. Pooeh is manager V the Plum Creek ttnfor. Loretta Howie began work Won- stenographer at the Algon* . N«*«nt and HaroW w" i w ployed at Humboldt. Lola Moser, former Algona girl employed In the -Thompson Yard offices at Mankato, was at home for the week-end. Her parent9,'Mr. and Mrs. John Moser, southeast of Bun, took her to a train Sunday afterr noon, and 'when they reached hipme again the car struck a, sHump in ,tbe yard, and Mrs. Moser -suffered a dislocated shoulder froni the result Ing bump. was cabled home Monday to care for her mother look after the housework. ; Mm Fred. G. Pooch won 26 baby chicks recently in a contest conducted by the Spencer ery, Spencer,, WMT ^atert livered tb,ffQH*h the ery, which operates under Spencer Chick Hatchery supervision whe» Mrs, Pooch is ready for them. Hatch- over ,ra«p station will be de- B^tcb,- that w«,i postal the was to send a LEGHORN CHICKS AT Until April 1st WEEK OLD CHICKS $10 March 14 delivery ^P*i|(PP*vw^WM^ w Wfl^wTPilPwPPH| *^flW*^r %iF Weltendorf Hatchery It's for the whole family! The outstanding adventure, geo- R'rnpliy picture, made In the Jungles of Sumatra, with wild men and hostile nature and savage animals. A picture made against fearful, odds.—Mrs. Winter, General: Federation' of Woman's Clubs. . • Same mould and tempo.' It's really Mr, and Mrs. Ben Lyon together for the first picture since the marriage. • The picture Is- well-mounted and It's speed fast. —Also— Spotlight, Cartoon' Burton Holmes Dancers lurking in the trees and in the grass. ' ,, Screams! Howls! Growls! Get ready for your thrill! Extra Added Attraction. Saturday, 1:80-3:30 matinees. TOM TYLEE In Phantom of the West A thrilling *Vesttern serial — Episode No: 1. Thursday and Friday, March U-M Get the family ready!_ It's a Booth Tarklngton, story. Come on fellers, Join the gang! Red and Freckles and Skinny and, Bill and Rags, the dog! They're going swlmmln', ftehln,— everything kids like to do. LEONJANNEY IRENE RICH LEWIS STONE and a dozen of Hollywood's brightest kids .* —in— Sunday and Holiday, MarchlS & 1(1 1:00-3:00 o'clock matinees, 10-35c. any seat. 5, 7, and 9 o'clock shows, regular admission. A 4-STAR COMEDY! The picture of the week! One of the funniest pictures' made by Buster Keaton or anyone else! BUSTEB KEATON Charlotte Greenwood CLIFF EDWARDS REGINALD DENNY NATALIE MOORHEAD "Parlor, Bedroom and Bath" We opene'd talking pictures in Algona vrith Charlotte Greenwood in "So Long Letty," It was great fun. ,£his one 1$ even better. Get reajjy for Sunday. Buster, surrounded by women — and trpubie. . ;.',;"'; They ,thou8ht he was a cave-man bu.t he na4. never even been kissed. A score of love-lorn maidens waiting .to be Buster didn't know the first chapter. $51 'jthe book. _ .Don't say LAUGH until you've seen it' ' We asked lor a special scree*- lug last week on this one to «•• able us to recommend If prM> (Icttl! Every family HhouU flu to see Leon Januey In- 1'utiieni sou,—Call Theatre Management, One of the most splendid pie* 1 tures I have yet seen. Boye will have a good chuckle. Will ateo I appeal to mothers and fathers.-^ James E. West, Chief Scout Executive Boy Scouts of America. Saturday, March 81 What a break for the famOjr! This remarkable western 19 O 'of the finest pictures ever trayed. Beautifully photog cd. Ful| of adventure, I'umor,—Mot'on Picture Review, Federation Woman's Clubs, RICHARD ABLEN FAYWH4.Y lu "The Qur Plan for DOUGLAS BEBE

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