Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1931 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1931
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Tl CON/V " 5! NORTON ViOHS • 'I*-'"' • CUE '€ .HEMS SHOW MY AS LOOKS BRNS FATAL BABE AT WHITTEMORE KOSStttH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA Whittemore, June 2— Mary Hah, 3 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ua : ph Fandal, died Sunday evening at 10 o'clock from burns suffered Friday evening when her clothes caught fire. She had gathered stlcka, and was trying to start a bonfire. Her clothes caught fire, and she was severely burned on the stomach and legs, she suffered great pains Saturday evening, nnd Sunday had a temperature ranging from 10« to 108. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at (10 o'clock at St. Michael's Catholic church. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fandal and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert, Algona, her parents, Mr. and Mrn. Ralph Fandal, three sisters and throe brothers, Josephine, Gervase, Shirley, Mne, Wlllard, Ralph Jr., and Robert survive. Eight 8th orndcrs Graduate— The eighth grade pupils or St. tfify and spent a few hours with Mr. Heldemvlth'a uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oeilenfeld' Sr? Mr. and Mrs. August - Schatt- ?chnelder and their son Oscar drove to Easton, Minn., Saturday for an over-Sunday visit at Ferdinand Helses. Ruth Hetse was confirmed at the Lutheran church there Sund an show you what sat- jon IS! People in .this are mighty nice about ig our service surpasses expectations even. ay. Herbert, Erwln, Alvlna, and Edna Braatz: and Arthur Puta spent Decoration day at the Louis Braatz home. Alvina, and E'dna brothers of Mrs. PAGE WltLSrooBU/iDIHG WLSro* HEATING HE ZZ9 ALGOHft pw's ,' tour laying juipment? [it ready for the seas- I? Haying has to be ne in a hurry. Faulty jichinery may cause ay if a shower comes j inopportunely. Have Your Repairs Made Now also build hayracks [order. New one on' I ready to go out the first buyer. •ind sickles In a and put in new ns. Any needed dwork furnished. horpe Wood & Iron Works Phone 157. plomas Friday morning. H. \V. 3ehnke is teacher. The pupils were: Lillian Kuecker, June Wehrspnnn. Ruth Vaiult, Eldd Struecker, Dorothy Heidenwtth, Alvlra Behnke, Wilbur Roebsr, and William Hanover. Mr. Behnke has taught here more than 25 years, in a frame building, but since 11)22 in a brick schoolhouse. In 1!K)3 a teachers' cl welling was built. Mr. Behnke finished his own schooling In 11)05 and was installed as teacher here in August of the same year. P. Lr. .lesson, second teacher, who was Installed In September, H022, has charge of the four lower grades. Baumirartncr Sedan Is Wrecked— The new Fred Baumgartner Dodge sedan, driven by Raymond Heller, was badly wrecked near the Mrs. W. F. Dau farm, south of Whittemore, last week Tuesday afternoon. What caused the accident is not known, but the car nose-dived Into the ditch. Raymond, who was accompanied by Verdell Lauritzen, csqaped without injury, and Verdell got off with scratches and cuts from glass in the broken windshield. Mr. Baumgartner is employed at the Zumach meat market. Party Honors Y. P. S. Parents— The St. Paul's Y. P. S. gave the parents a party last Thursday evening at the Lutheran school hall, and 500 was played at 14 tables, prizes going, high for women, to Mrs. H. W. Behnke, low for women, Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, high for men, Arthur Heidenwith, low for men, R. Herbert, Erwln, are sisters and Braatz. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Meyer and son Walter were Sunday dinner guests of the William Wehrspanns, Ottosen. Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Wehrspann are sisters. The Francis Elberta and Dorothy Heidenwith spent the week-end at Paul Staub's, Plpestone, Minn. Mrs. Staub is a sister of Mrs. Elbert. Alfred Wagner, Humboldt, who formerly worked at the Poirot & Schattsehnetder garage, spent Sun- clay here. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Keepers, Eugene, ore., and their son Alvin are here for visits. They are former res'dents of Whittemore. Margaret Elbert,' who' had attended Presentation academy a year, has returned to her home at Springfield, Minn. Louis Balgeman, Ames, Is hero for the summer. He 'is studying veterinary medicine and surgery. The n. H. Behnkes attended mta- .sion festival at the Lutheran church. Burt Sunday. Alfred Wagner, Humboldt, was a Sunday dinner guest at the C. C. Baas home, south of town. Mrs. Joseph Fa her has been confined to bed a week, and Mrs. Albert Vauclt has also been sick. Henry Behnke and a girl from Bancroft spent a few hours here on Memorial clay. A boy w as born Saturday morning -to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schmeiling. De'.ores Flnnell, Hock Falls teacher, is at home for the summer. Mrs. Kathryn Meyer has been sick but is around again. school class held n class • party at the . churo.lv ln«t Vfeek ' Miinday night. Mrs.'\V. R. Wolfe ami. Mrs. Gorge Boettchcr were hostesses. Thrpp at Avhlrrrmimt Day— Mrs, o. Tl. Graham, Mm. Charles Weisbrod,, and Mrs. George Boettcher attended H Farm bureau women's Achievement day program at Burt last Thursday. Former Kenton Itcftldent Stricken— Word has been received by relatives of Mrs. Emil Dreyer, former Fenton resident, that she' recently suffered a paralytic stroke, Other Fenton News. Mrs. Mary Mittag entertained at dinner Sunday the following guests: the Mr. Will and Elmers family, Fenton; Mrs.' Merle Culbertson, H. Behnke. attended. Upwards of 75 persons Mlelke Grandchildren Confirmed— Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke returned last week Tuesday from Northwood, where they had spent the week-end and attended confirmation services for two grandchildren. George Mielke, son of Wll- lima, and Harold Seeger, < son of Mrs. Olga Seeger, were the con- firmante. FENTON WOMEN TO START NEW CLUB SEASON Fenton, June 2—The Woman's club held the last meeting of this club year at Mrs. Hattie Weisbrotl's Mrs. A. H. Meyers assisting, last week Tuesday afternoon. Roll cal was answered with current events Three papers were read: The Mothers Pension Law, Mrs. E. C We!sb2-od; Rear Admiral Byrd, Mrs E. K. Johnson; and The American Colony, .Mrs. John Light. Two vip in; selections were played by'Haze Weisbrod, accompanied by Her sis ter Maxine. A two-course lunch eon followed the business session. Armstrong, and thtlr daughter Shirley Jean;, the Bmll Elmers family, Haifa; Mrs. Carl Mittag, the Herman Hint/, and Fred Hoettcher Turn- iiles, and Lornettu Meyer, nil of Lotts ('reek. MIH. w. J. Weisbrod, her son Donald, and lluniaine Stransberry, local teacher, drove to Lester Sunday, and Mrs. Weisbrod remained there with her daughter, Mrs. Hugo Denker, while Donnlrl took Miss Stransberry to her home at Moulton, Vhere she I will spend the summer with her ('parents. Mrs. K. M. Kiglcr and her daughter Mary .lane, accompanied by Melvln Warner, drove to Omaha Friday for an over-Sunday visit with the former's sister, Mrs. Frank Hicks. Durwood lOigler, attending Creigh ton university, WON to return with hem sometime this week. Mrs. K. C. Weisbrod entertained Whtttemore women last Thursday afternoon at bridge. Mrs. Ralph lielmers and Mrs. F. H. Bonn won the high scores, Mrs. William Hig- Ins the cut prize. 'Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Mrs. F. H. Bohn substituted for absent guests. Supt. Belken and C. H. Oeronsln were business visitors at Duncombe, :tist week Monday. Mr. Belken will i>e. he.'ul of the Duncombe schools next year. W. R. Wolfe trucked the Belken household effects to the new home Friday. The John Menx and Frank Me- Fall families were dinner guests at Weisbrod's Sunday. The W. H. REV, INGUSH BACK ON DUTY AT IRVINGTON Irvlngton, June 2—After being absent two Sundays because of illness, the Rev. A. English waa able to preach again last Sunday. He rend from the [ninth chapter of Luke and the first and second vorses of the twelfth chapter of.Hebrews. The Rev. English continued to answer questions about future life. The talks are in question and answer form, and have proven excep tionally Interesting, both in subject matter and by reason of the Rev. Mr. English's analysis of the problems. Mrs. Liorn Bro W n Operated Upon Mrs. Lorn Brown, who was taken *n the Polvcllnlc hospital, Des Moines. underwent n, major" operation last week Thursday, from which she is recovering. ' She will have to undergo another operation before returning home. Lorn, who accom panted his wife to Des Moines, had his tons'ls removed there last week Wr.dnpsrtny. He returned Friday, but went, back to Des Moines Sunday to spend the dny with his wife. He WHS accompanied bv his mother, Mrs. Alii? Brown and his wife's mother Mrs. Otto Laab. Weakness John Fairburn Undergoes Operation Dr. J. W- McCreery received word recently that John Fairburn, for- Trier Whittemore citizen, had undergone an operation for hernia at the university hospital at Iowa City. Mr, Fairburn, who is more than 80 years old, lives with his daughter, Mrs. Stanley Parsons, Chokio, Minn. Brother of Henry Bargman Dead— The Henry Bargmans Sr., William Bargman, and John Schultz drove to Plaldville, Wis., last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of John Kamp, brother-in-law of the elder Mr. Bargman. They returned 'Saturday. Mrs. P. Li. Jessen looses Mother- Teacher and Mrs. .P. L. Jessen, with their little son Ralph, got home last week Monday from Elmhurst, 111., where they had been called the week before by news of the death >It i re * ««PMM«« uraged, try the Cyitex Teat. . starts circulating thru n 15 minute*. Pimlrcd by i for rapid and y, or money ' lUSBY'S DKCft STOBE .W. y and Transfer Distance Hauling very load Insured loss and dam* | of all kinds. Equip* > to do all kinds 61 ling and draying. PHONE 8»8 gona, Iowa, Travel In Tornado's Path— Luelja and Verna Kohlstedt go home last Thursday from Tillanneck Ore., and Nampa, Ida., where they taught last year. En route thei train was just ahead of a tornado which wrecked a train near Moor head, Minn., killing and injuring 20 odd ; persons. Verna will remain with her mother, Mrs. Mary Kohl stedt, but Luella and her cousin Viola Light, will leave soon-for New York City to attend summer school at Columbia university. Clnli Gives Two Women Gifts- Mrs. TJ»O Walclsohmidt, who is suffering with n. goitre, plans to go to,,..., Towa City in th e near future to have I home. It. removed. 'Mrs. Waldschthldt,. a| membp'- of the Embroidery club her., <vas presented a gift by club members- recently, and Mrs. Lorn also a spending the. winter with her'son Frank at Walworth, Wis. She intends to start next week for Colorado, whore she will spend the summer with another daughter. She plans to spend next winter at the Ditsworth home here. Mrs. Kellershon and daughter Marie, of New Hampton, came Friday ( for Mrs. Kellershon's daughter Irene who has been teaching the Harry Scibln. school. They stayed at the John Simon home till Sunday when they returned to New Hampton. Henry Meyers, who recently spent several clays In the Kossuth hospital suffering with what physicians believe to be an Infected lung from being gassed during the war, returned to his home lust Friday. He Is slightly improved. Roy Blythe and son Gene, who had boen spending several days with relatives here, returned to their home at Chicago late last week. Mrs, Roy Blythe and other children plan to come here for a vacation later. The Embroidery club met last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ben Terhune. There was a large attendance. No program was given. The next meeting will be he'd with Mrs. Walter Barr. Delia.'oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John FrankI, has retuned 'from Cedar Falls, where she attended school. She was accompanied home by a girl friend, who will vacation with her awhile. The Dan Schulz family, of Ka- na\vha, Mr. and Mra. Harold Ctirran, of near Lu Verne, and the Roscoe Mawdsleys. of near 'Burt, were Sun- cloy visitors at the Rome Roblson The result of an honest effort to give Algona the outstanding place of amusement In any territory- NORTHWEST IOWA'S SUMMER BESOBT » Kooler Alre Cools Cnll Patrons. Watch for the Kooler Alre Jr. to be Installed soon to cool the new Pea* cock lobby—for your comfort. Head phones for hard of hearing— no extra charge. Suggest to any hard of hearing friend that he or she drive 75 miles if necessary and get the thrill of their -lifetime. Patrons that have not heard a talking entertainment for 25 years are now enjoying every show. They can hear perfectly. Memorial Day Serrlces Held— Memorial services took place at the Methodist cemetery on Memorial day, the Rev. J. T. Snyder delivering: the address. The Legion boys of Weisbrod post decorated the soldiers' graves. They also attended services at the Falrville cemetery, where the Rev. Mr. Stamer gave an address and the boys decorated .the graves of comrades. Mrs. Frank Vandermee Dies— Word has been received by Penton friends of the death of Mrs. Frank Vandermee, ^Denver, Vandermees formerly lived here and Mr. Vandermee was employed at the Krause meat market. ' Fenton Forwards Hold Sale— The Fenton Forwards, 4-H club, held a plant sale and served lunch at.the Weisbrod harness shop last week Tuesday. The money will be used to send a delegate to a state 4-H convention at Ames. To Visit In Wisconsin— Lydla 'Mittag and her cousin, Lydia Meyers, left Monday evening to visit relatives at Milwaukee and Watertown, Wis. They are traveling in Miss Mittag's new Chevrolet coupe. . ' K, E, Class Party Is Planned— The young married people who constitute a Methodist Sunday Whine- ¥>,.;:'""i. »"»¥«> f™«l bt-Mra. jessen's mother, Mrs. Louise | of pieuro-»rieumphia. She: left-a 4< Helnemann. ..' . , weeks baby :: and other ''siina'll chll- Wrecked Car is Taken Away— dren ' Mr. and Mrs. Baumgartner drove here from Dumont on Memorial "day to get their son Fred's car, wrecked recently by Raymond Heller. Fred will have it repaired at Dumont. Frieda A. Fcnske Married— 'The H. W. Behnkes have received announcement of tha marriage of Frieda A., daughter of Mrs. Marie Fenake, 'former Whittemore resident, to Otto H. Kuehn Friday, May 29*, at Oak Park. 111. Fairfield Beaten at Lu Verne— .Supervisor F. J. Balgeman attended a Lutheran school picnic at feu Verne Sunday and saw a Lu Verne kittenball team win from Fairville, 5-4: . Hotel Has Changed Hands— , Dorothy Keene has taken charge of the Iowa hotel and cafe, and the Wohlenhaupts have moved to Massena. Dorothy had been employed in the cafe fpr some time. Fenton KUtenball Team Beaten— The kittenball team played Fenton Sunday at Fenton and won, 18-10. Arthur Heidenwith and H. W. Behnke were umpires. Wesley Ntae Defeated Here— 'The Whittemore ball team defeated Wesley n the local diamond Sunday, 10r3. . Other WWttemore, . Jpseeh Wolf, his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wolf,, and Vera Geiderfon, 'Minneapolis, spent the ^ wee j c ' en ^ ., Theo.^Knecht's. The Charles Salz, Joseph Loebaoh, Mike Kollasch, and J OS . Kollasch ttwWto* Orandrna Kollasch. and her daughter Matilda, were Sunday dinner guests pf the Baileys, Marshall, Minn., were guests at F. C. Bailey's. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, son Richard, and Agnes Goetsch, Fenton, with the Dr. A. W. AV-nitlows, Swea City, were entertained at Frank Bailey's Sunday. Supt. Leonard Haase, of the Don nellson ;'<muols, visited at his brother Harry's and with other relatives here from last Thursday ni.?ht till Monday. Mrs. Kate Hawks and her granddaughters, Gladys and Kathryn Ste- britz, Lone Rock, spent last Thursday with the former's sister, Mrs. Hepry Warner Sr. ;. Bertha. 'Mitchell, Frances Bailey, Alice Glaus, Mamie iPeterson, and Lucile Zumach will leave sometime this week to attend 1 summer school at Cedar Fa'.ls. Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Walter Widdel, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, and the latler's daughter Kathleen were at Algonti Friday afternoon, Nina Weisbrod returned Saturday from Council Bluffs to spend the summer vacation with her mother, Mrs. Hattie AVelsbrod. •Mr. and'Mrs, V.'H. Clark, son Virgil Jr., and Mrs. Ivan Harrison, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at Dr. J. L. Waites. Mrs. Fred Kluss has been at Burt since one day lost week, caring for her daughter, Mrs. F, C. Gibbons, who has a new daughter. August Meyers and his daughter Zelma returned Friday from Klrks- ville, Mo., .where Zelma recently underwent a mastoidltis operation. Fladys Weisbrod, operator at the Fields beauty shop, Ames, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Li J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Hanson, returned Friday from an extended visit with their daughter, Mrs. Roy Kerker, Benson, Minn. Mrs. Albert Bleckween is entertaining; an aunt, -a Mrs.'.,Hartman, of'Waterloo. •' ', . . i., Li. J.'Dreyer has been'cbnflned to his bed two weeks.With dropsy and heart trouble. Clarence Menz and Mae Zwelfel were entertained at Frank McFall's at 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Jesse q'Keefe, Led yard, and their daughter Henrietta spent Sunday at Marcus Lindsey'a, The W. R- Wplfes were visitors at Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon. The Ed Dehn'erts, Lu Verne, were at F. H. Bonn's on Decoration day. I th> club who was operated upon recently received a gift. It is cus- lomnry for the club to present fellow members with flowers or gifts when they are ill. Parsons Entertain Saturday— Guests at the ' Morris ' Parsons home Memorial cln.v were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parsons. Belmond; Mr. -*>nd Mrs. Frank Shackleford, and Mrs. Frank Frost, of Algona. Mrs. C. n. Maxwell. Rodman; and the Rnlph P-irsons family , Sunday din- ipr guests at the Parson horrm were •Mr. onrl Mrs. Peter Hopkins. Sexton, Mrs. Laura. Burtls. Mason Citv, and dn.«Khter Mrs. Lashford, Algona. Mr. a iv! Mrs. Frank Maxwell visited there Monday. Jo'i-i Ojiniipr is IXmd— Mr. nhd Mrs. Elmer Banner, of Mrs. Ida Riley tfas returned after spending a few weeks with her daughter Mrs. Charles Armstrong at Livermore. Mrs. Armstrong has Thursday and Friday, June 4 and ft Thursday mat., 2:30. Prices 10-30c EL BBENDEL As a Swedish Marine GRETTA MSSEN Nordic but nice. RAOU1 WALSH'S been critically ill, but is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and daughter Mildred, of Winnebago, Memorial day with relatives here. They called in the afternoon at tha M. L. Roney home. Jlr. and Mrs. K. P. Roney visited Saturday iri Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lofing and Mrs. P. W. Grobe spent Sunday at the A. McLean home. Roscoe Brown, who has worked for farmers here for several years, has purchased a truck and is now employed hauling cement near Swea City. Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Homer Lindhorst and a student at Ames, spent Sunday with his parents. His school will close June 22. Mrs. Thomas Chllton recently suffered with a case of blood poisoning that developed from a nail scratch on one leg. . > Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch are now employed at the Edward Mawd- Snnday and Monday, Jane 9 Hi 1-3 o'clock matinees, 10-tSc. The outstanding film eeneation! IS critics tell you why all auttr nces applaud and cheer. Produced by Howard Hughes— who gave you "Hell's Angela." Liberty magazine nays: THREE STARS Extraordinary entertainment! Guaranteed to Please YOB I or Your Money Back. | Drive 15 nr|les to see this ona. HOWARD HUGHB HiSENTt A IBKB MILESTONE PAODUCTtO L McLAGLEN "Flagg" and "Quirt" on rampage. A comedy drama. Those two cockeyed, marines. A dozen scraps, a score of laughs, and 100 girls in every port. Owasa, wore to have visited the James Arris Sunday but were unable to come because of the death of •lohn, Elmer Danner's brother. John had one foot amputated at Iowa .. - . . City several weeks ago, and nevci s!cy home. Mrs. Crouch is Edward's fuly recovered from the operation. I sister Erma. Shirley RonevfiTparty— Shirley Roney celebrated her sixth birthday last week Thursday afternoon with a party. Guests were Camilla FrankI, Arvilla Hudson, Marjorie . Riley, Mabellne Miller, Adella Lemkee, Betty Miller, Esther Scheppman, Phyllis Maxwell and Thelma Spurgeon. Other Irvington News. Mrs. George Harness arrived at the home of 'her daughter, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth here Sunday after Helen Dole, employed at Garner, spent Sunday with 'her parents here. Mrs. Harry Sabin has been sick several days. Saturday Special, June G. 1:30-3:30 Matinees. Wild Animal Serial Comedy —and— WM. POWELL CAROLE LOMBARD In "Man o"f the World" ANOTHER POWELL SHOCKER Smashing, tense, purichful. Mysterious, cunning, dangerous! He lived by. his wits'. A schemer, a. betrayer, a lover. BEE SUPPLIES A full line of Bee Supplies. Get them of G. E. Van Dorston, having moved to north end of N. Minnesota street, which is first street east of paved street leading to Burt. . Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and 'Minnesota. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Slim-R-Aid 3 PACKAGES 25C Tuesday and Wednesday, June 0-10 PARTY HUSBAND If you're married to a party husband be sure you're party of the first part. DOROTHY -PARTY HUSBAND Something new In stories. Something different in thrille. Dorothy's best since "Offic3 Wife." A spphlstlcated comedy drama of marriage and modernity. She .was modern until the other woman tried to take her husband ivay from her! CALL FOR Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phome MO TWIN LAKE APPLE BUnER10;': r 10c yS *•*' •_ FLORIDA Grape rruit N uisc EATWELL PRESERVES 2 . i' 25c ALASKA PINK SALMON Peaches SLICED OR HALVES GALLON OR NO. 10 CANS 49c Gel PER PACKAGE 5c 'SUPERB" MILK 3 TALL CANS 20c I. MILLER Carmody played with an orchestra Lake, near Winnebago, Minn., tort week Tuesday evening. Jf^ Fleming played the same night at Lake SheteU, Minn., a summer re- sTrt. north of SJayton, Minn. Lwt week Wednesday « v * ntn * Jamw have moved to *fft« the <JS*R8" •SpTf SfnsK^fS-- '•^L't It Frequently Happens— that we receive a call from a considerable . distance, and we have, therefore, very complete facilities for handling such cMla promptly and efficiently..' , ' . '. ;-. : Those who live at a distance from us, and yet who wish the type' of service for which we are known, may call us with the definite assurance of receiving our bept attention at once KRAFT Swiss American Brick Pimento Limburger and Velveeta, 1/2 LB. CARTON 17 1 /2C COUNCIL OAK MALT PER CAN 44c MAPLE; CANE SYBIIPso oz. BOTTLE Preserves SUPERB" BRAND '• PURE FRUIT JAR , "* 2C DOUBLE DIP MATCHES 6 BOX CANTON 15c Chipso PACKAGE 19c n i n M( Pork*Beans2 MORNING LIGHT In Tomato Sauce No. 2 1-2 Cans 25c CAMAY Free Oxydol or Ivory Flakes , With 4 BARS FOR 25c ELECTRIC SPARK SOAP Sugar FINE GRANULATED I4mit,,one bag with order, 10 LB; B4G COUNCIL OAK 94010 PBOGBAHS Thursday and Friday, Jtane U ft IV Regular matinee Thursday Z;M^ Prices, 10-SOc, JUST RELEASED—IT'S NEW A dancing daughter type. JOAN CRAWFORD CLARK GABEL NEIL HAMILTOBI "Laughing Shuem" More glorious than evert She had to face the futui* the memory of her her soul. A drama that outdare*. Mil any romance Joan < Crawford made. HEADQUARTERS Travellers from Algona and Iowa /for* popular that ever beeataf of tf* Nnr Qttigt tm whtn KM SERN1E and his frchettra apt** vghtff HOTEL SHERMAN ' : i ;J i J DRIVE tour Cv KfM lNk» H#»rt Sn>flJt : iooin fir taHi RAMKOiHI CUUm LAHt UULU 8 1 Bargains in Used Cars 1929 Whippet sedan 1929 Velie coack 1939 Whippet coach 1929 Essex coach ;;' 1926 Dodge sedan „ ,'4 >- »,, fl, These cars are Jn A-4 shape and are prte«4 tor i sale. It will pay you to see them, <** Easv Terms *** i ^^^r^TO^^^ mf ^^ TpPflr 'wW"""*"^ "KENT MOTOR »•!«§!

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