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K0861JTM COUNTY ADVJ iACHERSAND STUDENTS AT FENTON HOMES SVnton, Dec. 22 — Mallnda Hantel .man, who teaches at Allison, came Saturday to spend the holidays with •Hantelmann. Elvira Krause, teach- at Garner, came Friday evening spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. •Florence Welsbrod, teaching In Junior high, Des Molnes, arrived •Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. •ad Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod. Edith %<aage, teaching at Cedar Rapids, ••Will spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage. ^trcno Newel, teaching at Belmond, name lost week-end to spend the Holidays with her parents, Mr. and ttrs. "J. F. Newel. Frances Bailey Mid Viola Light, teaching at Brltt, mr» spending the Christmas vacation at the Frank Bailey and John Xlght .homes. Among students who tiave arrived to spend the ' holidays *re Selena Hantelmann, attending icollege- at Dubuque; Carol .Wander, 3aw student at the Iowa State university; Iva Welsbrod, attending college at Council Bluffs; August 3Crause and Stanley Munch, attend Luther college. ' LOHS CREEK CHURCH WILL HAVEROGRAM Iiotts Creek, Deo. 32 — The following Christmas program will be given at the Lotts Creek Lutheran .schoolhouse on Christmas eve this week Thursday evening, beginning at 7 o'clock: Prelude, Gounod. , v Congregation, Now Are the Days Fulfilled. Responsive reading, Pastor and congregation. Cantata, Children. Prophesy, Responsive Reading, Children. Hymn, Congregation. Scripture Reading, Luke 1: 26-38; 4tarprise for Mrs. II. E. Reimera — A surprise party 'honored Mrs. •'H. E. Relmers' birthday at her home Sunday evening. Cards furnished 'entertainment. The guests were 3Sr. and Mrs. Phillip Wander, son : Carol, Mr. and Mrs. George Boett- «T»er, Mr. and Mrs. William Boett- •cher, Editor and Mrs. J. A. •Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn, and Mrs. O. J. Graham, Mr. and E. C. Weisbrod, and A. H. Teterson, all of Fenton, and Mr. and •Sirs. Raymond Reimers, Ringsted. Mrs. Voight's Birthday Observed — ' Mrs. C. C. Volght was honor guest »t a surprise party last week Tuesday evening, the occasion being her Wrthday. Guests were the William Voights, Cylinder; the F. E.' TVeisbrods, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Sirs. Jacob Zwiefel, the William «nd Arthur Voight families, and "•f alinda Fisher. The evening was •Jipent at cards, and a two course duncheon was served. Responsive reading, Luke 1: 46-45, Pastor and Children. Hymn, Congregation. Prophesy?and Fulfillment, respec-. •lively, reading by school. Song by school, Holy Night, Peaceful night. Scripture reading, Luke 1: 68-79. Song by children, Arise, Shine. .: Responsive reading, school. . , Responsive singing, Congregation end school. Responsive reading, School. Hymn, Congregation. Prayer and benediction. Other Lotts Creek News. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz entertained as Sunday dinner guests the William Wetzels, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, son Clarence, the Albert Potratz family, Mr. and Mrs.' Robert Lelsner, Mrs. Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. Loulee Hintz, the John Kohlwes family, and Luella Meyer. The Otto Wichtendahls were en-, tertalned last week Wednesday evening at Chris Meyer's, Whittemore, in honor of Mrs. Meyer's birthday. Mrs. Chris Haase, who •\yas Injured badly In an auto accident a number of weeks ago, is reported getting along nicely. PROGRAM WILL BE GIVEN Bf SENEGAS, S, Seneca, Dec. 22—Sunday school children have been practicing their parts in the Christmas program, which will be given Christmas eve. The number follow: Two eongs—Quartet. Welcome—Robert Halvorson. Recitation—Betty Nelson. Recitation—Wayne Wllberg. Song—Teddy and Perry Jensen. Recitation—Ruth Osmundson. Recitation—Eldon Brown. .Drill — Jean Wllburg, Dorothy Jensen, and Lois Maye Norland. Song—Bobble Ullestad. Recitation—Alice Olson. Song—Quartet. , Recitation—Irvin Olson. Talk—Rev. Sande. Recitation—Margery Brown. • Recitation—Lloyd Wllberg. Duet—Mr. 'and • Mrs. Linus . Jensn. ...... . • Recitation—Alueda Knutson. Recitation—Mildred .Wllberg. Recitation—Leona Jensen. Recitation—Teddy Jensen. Solo—Bernlce Knutsen. Recitation—Ruth Osmundson. Recitation—Perry Jensen. Reading—Myrtle Cherland. Recitation—Blanche Olson. Solo—Pearl Sande. Recitation—Jimmy Murray. Recitation—Arlene Olson. Reading—Orva Halvorson. Song—Bible Class Girls. Recitation—Harriet Olson. Recitation—Ruby Cherland. Song—Sunday School. At the . A Review of the Recent Talkies by f. M. C, D Snrprlsc Party Is Given— •Vonr-H Club Has a Party— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club «irls held their annual Christmas rparty at Maxine and Hazel Weisl»rod's. Bunco was played at seven tables, and prizes were • won by Alma Peterson and Claudia Volght. After cards games were played. An exchange of gifts was carried in the form of a Christmas pie. *reshments were served. out Ke- Xrauso Jflece Dies at Chicago— Herman Krause and Ervln "Xrause went to Chicago Hast week Tuesday night to attend the funeral of the former's niece, Mrs. Louise "Wegener. Herman returned Sunday, Ervin remaining for Christinas with relatives there and at Mil- •waukee. Win from Mallard— The town basketball team played Mallard team on the Fenton floor Sunday, the Fenton team winning,* score 33-2)1. The Fenton girls' •town team and the Mallard girls' played a tie game, 18-18. YOUNG COUPLE WED FRIDAY AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Dec. 22—Forbes James Stiltz and Myrtle Mae Fitch were married at the bride's home at 11 a. m. Friday, the Rev. A. English performing the ceremony. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and daughter Betty Mae were the only attendants. The bride was dressed in white satin. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served. Myrtle Is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch. She attended the Algona high school, and recently has been at home with her parents on their farm near here. Forbes is the son of Sherman Stiltz, formerly of Algona, but now in Taylorville, 111. For the last 12 years he has been making his home with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller. After January 1 the couple will be at home at -the Miller farm. Friday afternoon Mrs. Laurence Saxton was pleasantly surprised when she arrived at her parental home and found a large crowd of neighbors and friends there to help her celebrate, her 'birthday. An enjoyable extemporaneous -program was given by the guests. A purse of money was given Mrs. Saxton as q. gift in .appreciation for her help in Aid work since she came to this' community. A delicious luncheon; which was brought by the guests, was served, and best wishes were I BS M01NES, tOWA, and Lane- Ing, Mich., have been made the direct objects of subtle ridicule In the sparkling, sophisticated talkie by the name of Qlrls About Town! some of our Iowa Literati and Intel" llgensld have been mildly agitated about the matter but the reference is not directed against any partlcu* lar locale but rather Main street, U. S. A. This is the story of two gold- diggers who find love among the dross of the metal they are extract- Ing from the pockets of the "boys from back home." The r thing goes haywire a couple of times but for the most part, H is one of those Intriguing little bits of human Interest stuff that seems to strike home with devastating frankness. IP EVER Lllyan Tashman and Kay Francis were ideally Cast in a part, then It is in Girls About Town; gowned in • sumptuous trappings against a background of luxurious Wealth, the conversation Is strikingly simple and ' naive. The talkie gets off ivlth a grand start, even' though It falters once- or twice during the unfoldment of the plot; Kay Francis Is especially luminous in the rota, which, we opine, is the best thing she has ever done. She puts a realism Into her part which has always been lacking;, instead of the impression,- "look at me—I'm a gorgeous creature," we really get the Idea that perhaps she ' really cares Just a little for this man whom she picked for a 'victim and who turns out to be a victor. JOEL McCREA also registers for the first time with us; there Is something verging on the probable about his role In this fantastic yarn tt>t this flagrant breach of etl* quette! it 18 an Insult to common decency, W E SAW TOUCHDOWN from both ends and .the middle but never at one complete sitting; purported by critics to be one of the most natural and intereatlng football pictures yet made. It' seems Incongruous With the spirit of the holiday season. Just why football, one of bur pet weaknesses, should suddenly go back on us at Christmas time, Is a question which we re not prepared to cope with at his moment It Is one of those pe- uliar psychological things that pop p once and awhile and seem to jafflo solution. HOWARD JONES, famed coach >f Southern California, assisted by a t>evy of nationally known football players linked with such , sure-fire novle stars as Richard Arlen, Jack Oakle and Peggy Shannon ought to >ut any picture over. We wonder if you," Mr. and Mrs. Audience, had his same reaction to Touchdown; a great' picture, Inopportunely" shown: [f you did, then we are not the only odd individual in the world; if you didn't, we still think quite well of ourself. ! tihttt 'W« flUf to ed in th* what When it Aj>p*«M,o« th«S l«*it ,bu£ it'tmult'hkire 'been a cheery little- «nt«minme«t for' the bloodthirsty customers of the early nineties when wh/rtesftle gang mur* ders and the bloody World war had not satisfied the jaded appetite* of homo sapiens. given Mrs. Saxton. Many could not be present, and invited guests were Mrs. H. N. Wilberg and son, Mre. George Jensen and children, Mrs. Peter Thorson and Mrs. F. M. Christenson and sister, Madelia Anderson, all of Ringsted; and Mrs. Martin Wilberg", Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mrs. Anna Osborn and daughter Pauline, Minda Wilberg, Lila, Alice and Adella Thompson, Mrs. Melvin Norland and daughter Lois Maye, Mrs. Jennie and Linus Jensen, Mrs. George Goetsch, Mrs. J. H. Jensen, Mrs. C. C. Cooper, Mrs. Charles Osborn -and daughter Mar- of gold diggers, bright lights, 1 anc the Gay White Way. Even Eugen Pallette, who usually over-plays his parts, is almost real as • the wise crackjhg "guy" who is the life o the party; his bag.of tricks Is si reminiscent'of that g'6bd-fe v llow type who is forever introducing eucl side-splitting novelties as leaking glasses, collapsible spoons, and. oth er Ingenious devices for making folks feel foolish. IT'S TOO BAD they have to in troduce "dramatics," blackmai marriages - annulled - two - years ago-ln-Mexico Into a frothy con coctlon like Girls About Town bu there are the censors, the dear audience to consider—and the censors are always with us. jorie, Mrs. dren, Mre. Roy Osborn and Jens Halvorson, chil- Mrs. WIFE OF FORMER LU VERNE PASTOR DIES IN MISSOURI Lu Verne, Dec. 22—Mrs. A. Look and Mrs. Prank Gronbach were called 'to Cole Camp, Mo., on December 11 by the death of their mother, Mrs. J. D, Hesse. Mrs, Hesse was born December 3, 1860, In Germany, and with her parents came to America In 1872 and made their home at Lyons. In June, 1884, W she married the Rev. pastor of -the Hull. John Hesse, congregation, GUIS BROMPIELD'S tedious ^ and Involved novel of one exciting New York day, Twenty Four Hours, has been made into a talkie with all the faults and short-comings of the book Intact. It Is one of those disappointing pictures which promise so much and fulfill so little. Ac our camera shifts mysteriously over the skyline of New York City in the openlg scenes, focusing, fin- Alex G<> wans Operation Patient — Alex Gowans, west of town, underwent an operation for a ruptured appendix Saturday at the Emmets- T>urg hospital. CHURCH PARTY AT ST, BENEDICT IS A BIG SUCCESS St. Benedict, Dec. 22 — A Christinas party given by the Sacred Heart Mission club last Thursday •evening was well attended and a program given by the children was .good. Many beautiful gifts were 4given away in connection with a corn game. A door prize consisting «T a rug, 9x12, was won by Florence Erickson, of this village, and floor prizes for a boy and a girl won respectively by Bernard, Revival at Galbraith— An evangelistic campaign will begin at the Galbraith echoolhouse Sunday evening beginning at 8 j'clock. There will be services every evening thereafter for at least wo weeks, and probably longer. Evangelists engaged for the campaign are the Rev. and Mrs. Lester Williams, of Eldora. H. Nell Malen, evangelist who has held, a number of revival meetings at the Galbraith school with tremendous suc- son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel, land Maxine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Seller. The children •enjoyed a fishing pond, and candy, nuts, popcorn balls, and balloons were distributed to them. The club 3ias sent the following card of -thanks to the Advance for publication: "We wish to thank all who attended the Christmas party at the -St. Benedict school hall, which was a, big success; also the school children for their donations of fruit and vegetables, which will be added to Christmas baskets for the needy, — Sacred Heart Mission club, St Benedict Parish." •Card Party is Planned — The Advance has received the following announcement: "A cordial invitation Is extended to all to attend a Buncg and card party at the St. Benedict school hall Tues- flay night, December 29. Bridge BOO, and Bunco will be played, ant "high and low prizes will be awarded to the winners. The door prize wil t>e a 32-piece dinner set; entrance <ee, 25c. — Sacred Heart dub, St. Benedict Parish." Mission Sodality Pluus Card Party— The Young Ladies' Sodality wil give a card party at the parish hal Wednesday evening, January Bridge and 500 will be played, anc lunch will be served. mnce of the public is The attend invited. The mdmission fee for adults will be 25c Cor children, lOc. 4Cfcrl8tniug Services Are Announced The services for Christmas morn- *fng at the Catholic church will be -t& 5 o'clock a. m., 7:30 a. m., and 10 4»"«lock a. m. Other St. Benedict. Irene Kellershon, who has taught tKbool north of St. Benedict, left •IConday for her home at New (Hampton, for Christmas and New Ircoa Arndorfer, R. N., who has on a case at the Koaeuth hos- for some time, came home •aim-day. Beery Helfrlck arrived from Worth Dakota Saturday to visit for tun* bere with relatives and Otto Wllberg and daughters, Mrs. Earl Murray, Mrs. Fred Brown, Mrs. August Nelson, all of Seneca, and Mrs. Jens Petersen and son, of Haifa. Aid Annual Meeting Held— The Aid was entertained by Mrs. Sande and Mrs. Hans Jensen at the church basement last Thursday. This was the annual meeting and reports were given. More than $50 was received in the mission boxes, and all of the boxes had not yet been handed in. At the 20 meeting $154.50 was taken in. The bazaar totaled $95.74; sale of nectar and vanilla, $70.70; ice cream social, $22.40; and the Aid's share of the collection at the Women's Federation meeting was $8.70. In all the Aid has collected $352.04 in the past year. Officers and committees ally on the "clock in the steeple' chiming the hour of 11, and the snow falls gently and silently on the darkened housetops, we settle back comfortably in our seats and to ourselves, "Now, here Is a say picture." It is only a matter of minutes before we realize our mistake. Twenty Four Hours with all this atmosphere and setting, doesn't though "keynote- Intervals cess, writes: "We believe that in the Rev. and Mrs. Williams we have were also elected for the found just exactly the right persons y ear as follows: President, The work at Galis to do the work." braith is undenominational and Mrs. George Jensen; vice president, Mrs. Henry Looft; secretary, Mrs. under the auspices of the American Sunday school union. Boy's Eye Cut by Skate— Ray, second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wickwire, received a painful cut across an eyelid while playing on the ice last week AVednesday. He and a younger brother were sliding on the ice with their sleds. Both boys wore skates. To avoid a collision Paul tried to turn his sled in another direction, but the sled skidded and whirled around, and Paul's skate cut a gash across Ray's eye. For several days the eye was swollen shut. Jud Buttons Are Well— A recent letter from Mrs. Jud Button, Broken Bow, Neb., reports the family well. Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mrs. Button's mother, who has been with them for nearly two years, is enjoying good health and has not been sick a day since going to Nebraska. Mrs. Stewart is aged and formerly lived in Algona. Bertha, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, is employed by the board of education in Lincoln, Neb. School Is Closed Tuesday— The Irvington school was closed Tuesday because of funeral ser vices of James Smith, grandfather of the teacher, Pauline Black. School resumed again Wednesday, and will continue till this Thursday afternoon, when the pupils will present a small program for their mothelrs and friends, and also exchange gifts, after which they will enjoy the Christmas vacation. Shower for Brlde-to-Be— A miscellaneous ehower was given in honor of Myrtle Fitch last week Tuesday evening by Mrs. O. L. Miller and her sister, Mrs. Gregson, Algona. More than 100 were present, and showered Myrtle with useful and beautiful gifts. Refreshments were served late evening by the hostesses. in the Martin Wilberg; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Brown; decorating committee; Mrs. August Nelson, Mrs. Sande and Mrs. Anna Osborn; ways and means, Mrs, J. H. Jensen, Mrs. Jennie Jensen and Mrs. H. N. Wll- berg. Though the Aid is small in number it has accomplished much despite "hard time." Basketball Teams Victors— Supt. Roseman reports that last week Tuesday evening Seneca and Fenton divided a double-header on the Seneca floor. The Seneca girls outclassed th,e Fenton sextet, playing all substitutes in the last part of the game to win 28-13. The boys' game was one of the best-played games seen here in some time, with good basketball by both teams, but Fenton won by a. single point 21-20. strike a single hour, even we are reminded of the clock" at frequent throughout the picture. CLIVE BROOK, that distinguished looking gentleman of the cinema, is lacking to a degree that is positively pathetic. His wife, the elegant Kay Francis, registers but a few minutes in the action of the play, and then only as a somewhat minor character. There is no question but that Mariam Hopkins 'steals" what little of the show is left; as a somewhat disillusioned cabaret singer, she contributes a bit of sincere acting which in turn, Is almost ruined by her dramatics with her husband, at whose hands she Is finally rather brutally and unnecessarily murdered. This same husband, by the way, has already committed one murder so it is but meet that after thoughtfully choking his wife, he should be conveniently "put on the spot" by a gang of obliging racketeers. And so aft shooting and choking we come away from the theater with the feeling that for all the so-called monotony of living in a small town, there are some advantages after all; at least, we are all In one piece at the 24 hours. I HETHER YOU LIKE shock- superintendent ers, mystery stories, detective Home-Finding yarne, Sherlock Holmes and this variety of entertainment Is largely a personal question; one thing ought to be quite certain, that the talkie screen is the Ideal place to show such stuff as The Spider. The almost unlimited possibilities of the movies — the hocus' pocus ,of se- ances, the lure of hypnotism, the spell of spiritualism—all these lend themselves so easily to the screen. We have never seen a picture where all this was done more cleverly than In the present production —and we might add, .more, futilely. The Spider is one of'.those unconvincing things which seem never to have possibly occurred; there isn't even a touch 'of'realism-to-heighten the effect of the supernatural. ALMOST the entire action takes place in a theater where a murder Is committed. Edmund iLowe as the hypnotist- is slightly reminiscent of John Barrymore in Svengall and with due respect to the noted actor, Edmund does just as good a job of eye-rolling and face grimace as his more distinguished confrere. Lote Moran, as a sister to the "subject" whom Lowe uses in his act, supplies the love Interest in a rather negligible way. -El Brendel, adver-' tised on the bills as one of the lieadliners, has apparently been inserted into the cast because of his following as his "part" consists in sitting in the audience and cracking wise with a precocious youngster who, as usual, gives us a decided pain in the neck. AS WE MENTIONED above, The Spider gives us an idea of the possibilities of this type of picture for the screen, without actually fulfilling any of the false promises. It is the first show of'thle "spine tingling" type that we have seen; it ought to prepare us for the gruesome Frankenstein which will probably appear on the January calendar. - Just why Manager Rice has not "set in" pictures like The Bat and others of this type we do not know; probably for the same reason that he, has ehoved The Spider into a one-day Saturday program. With' a good comedy, it ought to go over n a big way. . and five sons and four daughters were born, two dying 'hi' •• Infancy. Shortly after their marriage the Rev. Mr. Hesse accepted a call, to the Trinity Lutheran church at Marcus, where the family lived for 16 years. The Rev. Mr. Hesse was Chocolates THE MOUSE OP GAR ROTT MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES "" —at the— Algonquin Merry Christmas and a Happy >< ew v« THANK YOU J. F. BEHLMEIt 101 East State Street of the society Lutheran In Fort Dodge In 1901, and Mrs. Hesse spen the hardest year of 'her life taking cars of infants. In 1904 the family came to Lu Verne, where the Rev Mr. Hesse was pastor of the Lu theran church for ten years, then he •vras at Aurelia for four- years til he had to resign from the ministry because of impaired hearing. Th family returned to Lu Verne, wher they lived till six years ago, when they moved to Cole Camp. Beside her husband, Mrs. Hess«s*3 survive by the following children: Mrs Louise Look "and :Mr»: ;Nbra'Gron bach, Lu Verne; the Rev. Gerhar Hesse, Wellsburg ;S Mrs.'; Agnes' 'Co zlah, Norfolk, Neb.; PailV Detroit Henry,' Sioux. City; 'and Arnold,'**) Seattle, Wash. Three brothers an 18 grandchildren also survive. ut your gift money • . • « in a diamond! You owe it to those who gave you money at Christmas, to put thatmonev in aomething that will be a remembrance of their good wishes This year let it be a diamond. Always a thing of beauty, you will wear it for years, to come as a token of their *"• Herc w * have s set in all the newer ^DUmond ringi to a 'wife cfaet e/ckiipw, . $»}, $50, lioo • mountings—and Gruen wrist wattta .Borchardt Jeweler 'F THEY DON'T give our Tallulah • a "break" pretty soon,, they might as. well have saved themselves the trouble of importing this ovely actress from merrie old Eng- and; no young lady of such apparent talents has ever been given a poorer selection of starring vehicles than has fallen the lot of Miss Bankhead since she arrived in these United States. To make matters even worse (which would be difficult to conjure) she Is cast opposite that rising young man of the screen, Irving Pichel, In the most asinine of all' i-ecent melo-dramas which have come,. Algonawards, The LOCALS Tp Dr. Ralph Weber expects to spend Christmas at Lincoln with friends. The N. Victor Lowes are spending Christmas at Burt with Mr. Lowe's sister, Mrs. L. L. Sheldon. Mr. Lowe's mother, Mrs. Rachel Lowe, Bancroft, will also be there. Erwin Braner, student at Concordia college at River Forest, 111., came Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner. A large crowd attended the high school play, Why the Chimes Rang, Tuesday afternoon in the high school auditorium. A short Christmas program proceeded the play. Group singing of Christmas carols was led by Grace Miller, and this was followed by a. brass quartet of Christmas carols played by William Kain, Bernard Yeoman, Lloyd Pratt, Theo. Powell, and directed by Mr. Collins. The Boys' Glee club also sang Christmas carols. The play was presented by the sophomore class and was directed by Miss Messinger. WE WISH to enter complaint against the a vigorous Fox news reel for the Inexcusable bad taste of subjecting us to a southern murder case. A boy of 11 has shot his father, who was in the act of abusing his mother. In the inane conversation of the boy and his mothei which re are forced to listen to we are almost nauseated; some official action ought to be taken against the Fox Film Corporation THE BOXING BOUT TO BE HELD AT THE COLISEUM, TITONKA, TUESDAY, DEC. 23| is of unusual interest to the fans of northern Iowa and southern Minnesota on | account of-the prominence of the talent. The lineup is as follows: MAIN GO, 6 ROUNDS—Runt Schroder, Burt, 140 IDS., vs. Johnny Cosgrove, Titonka, 140 Ibs. SEMI-WIND-UP, 4 ROUNDS—Wildcat Curtis, Elmore, Minn., 150 Ibs., vs. Red | Johnson, Bancroft, 150 Ibs. 4 ROUNDS—Barney Fox, Livermore, 13£lbs., vs. Puggy Pettit, Lone Rock, 135.1 3 ROUNDS—Art Ristau, Lu Verne, 145 Ibs., vs. Delbert Geitzenauer, Fenton, 145.1 3 ROUNDS—Lyle Godfredson, Bancroft, 165 Ibs.; vs. Harold Anderson, Burt, 165,| 2 ROUNDS—Chuck Schrader, Burt, 125 Ibs., vs. Robert Brayton, Algona, 125" ANY SEAT, 65c. LADIES, 25c. DOORS OPEN AT 7 O'CLOCK. SHOW BEGINS AT 8:15 BILL BECKER, Algona, Announcer. PAUL HAMIL, Algona, Referee, CLIFF SCHRADER, Burt, Matchmaker. B. W. SHEPARD, Promoter,] Grant Moore and His 11 Recording BLACK DEVILS Featuring prize fox trot COLISEUM, TITONKA •Christinas Night, December 25 Judges: Clarence Phillips, Algona; L. J. Kockler, Bancroft; Don Meleney, Britt; Miss Gladyce Boggese, Titonka. «. W. SHEPARD, Hgr, Dance Tickets, $1. Ladies free STRANGE, BUT TRUE! ORl6lNM.LVAUa.YlMf OF-TUEMITURMCCUUr* -CELEBRATING RETURNING) FUR The Fur Market is surprisingly healthy, considering the present condition. We are paying more money for raw fur than we anticipated. BBING IN YOUR FUB PHONE MERRY CHRISTMAS 'Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men 1 May that sentiment ever grow stronger, and bring to you, one and all, much happiness. Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS FURNISH CASKETS Uniform as Peas in a Pod or Blue Ribbon Bread Quality ofTexture and Ingredient. «,* always be certain i the bread you get from OUT modern bakeries is perfect through and through, from crust to crS every i oa f is e q uall y fllle .^ delicious , . . and equally toast, for t* ,. ffe ery time wfren our Algona *<£i

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