The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1942
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•HMUlllltttf SUMNER DOCTOR WEDS MARY ELAINE (Bancroft: Miss Mary Elalne-tie* Vine, daughter of Mrs. Lillian Divine and Dr. Joseph - Sexton, son of Mrs. Inez Sexton of, Sumner, were married Monday morning at eight o'clock In St. John's church. Rev. J. H, Scholtes read the nuptial mass. Miss Margaret Devlne,, ifllster of •the bride, and Erwin Mafdarof of Gadden, Ala., brother-in-law'of the groom, attended the cbuple. The bride wore a white silk jersey street-length dress with a shoulder-length veil which was held In place with white asters. She wore an orchid corsage. Her at- endant wore ;a ititue an'd white iflbwered strfeet-lenght dress and flow.ers In her hair. She carried a corsage of yellow and white glad- loll. Dr^ and Mrja 1 Sexton will be at home ire Sumner after a'weddlng -trtp. ••••-•• •;-,..•••'••••;'. ••^•- •:• /Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadehdorf are the parents of a daughter born last Wednesday everting. • iDeibres Larsori returned home Saturday afternoon, after a two weeks 1 ^ visit in Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cutler. . Mr, and Mrs. Henry Trenholm of Moline, HI., left Tuesday after a visit with Mrs. Trenholm's parents, ~M.r. and,Mrs. G. W. Carmean, Harold -Slndt, former telephone ,llne manager at Bancroft, left Mon•day for Bode, where he will be in Charge of repairing telephones. iBernice Kennedy, who has been /attending summer school at Ames .arrived home to spend a few weeks at the' parental A. W. Kennedy "home. Mr. and Mrs. Rynold Schulz ant son of Brooklyn-, N. Y., arrived "here Monday for a two weeks' vis- It with Mr. Schiltz's father, Peter 'Schiltz. Marjorie and Mary Lou Simpson Darlene Deitering, Jane Menkc and Marcella Lattimer had their tonsils removed Thursday morning at the Wohnke hospital. A miscellaneous shower honor ing Miss Helen Fox was held on Sunday afternoon in St. John's hall Mias Fox received many, lovely gifts and a fine lurteh was served by the lostesses. Of. and Mrs. Kenneth Devlne arrived Sunday evening from ftoeh- estef, N. Y., for ft visit at tho home of Mrs. Ltllain Devlne and to attend the wedding of Dr. Devlne's sister, Mafy Elaine. .Mrs, Ji F. Helinsky, Mrs. Albert McCarthy and Dorothy Nurre have completed their first aid Instructs' course held At TEsthervWe. They all passed the test and are nbw eligible to teach first aid. Certificated Issued to Bancroft Claw Bancroft: The following have e- cived certificates shewing -jbhey have completed and passed the first aid course: Esther and 'Emma Adolphson, Mrs. Albert McCarthy, Mrs. .Anna Nurre and Dorotmy, Mrs..J. F. Helinsky, Ruth Torine, Mrs. J. H. Welp, Jr.. Mrs. Joe Wll- helmi, MM. L. J. Nemmers, Elizabeth Rahe, Mrs. E. J. Seeney, Ev- dlyn Wllhelmi, Tilda Johannsen, Alice Saunders, Marjorie Lattimer, Maureen Qulnn, Mrs. R. E. Weber, and Mrs. E. J> Carmean. Miss Beverly Wllheiml rece ved a junior certificate for taking care of the charts. vwy&ma^^ St, Benedict News Miss Irene Fasbender of Wat erloo has been visiting her mother, Mrs. McKenna. Miss Ruth Penton returned to Pontlac, 111., after spending a week here with her mother, Mrs. Mary Penton. Delores Arndorfer who has spenl her vacation with her parents and her brother, Henry at Minneapolis', returned to her work at Mason City Monday. Mrs. Paul Rieser of Oak Park 111., is visiting at the Nick and Emil Arndorfer'homes. Saturday she spent the day with Mrs. Den nis Caroll at LuVerne, a sidter o hers. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Eisenbarth o Morgan, Minn., came to visit will relatives, the Eisenbarths, John Arndorfers and the Maurice Daleys Mr. Eisenbat^h is a brother o Isadore Eisenbarth and Mrs. Eis enbarth is a sister of Mesdame Daley and Arndorfer. . HAPPY BIRTHDAY CLUB AT FENTON MET .Fenton: Mrs. Dennis Hendrlcit- sen was hostess td the Mappy Birthday club on Wednesday afternoon. All 24 members were present. The birthdays of Mrs. Art Kabrick and Mrs. Herbert Knutson were celebrated. Mrs, Will Juhl and Mrs. Fred Fessler had charge of the program. The serving committee included Mrs. A. J. Kennedjr and Mrs. Fred Fessler. Visitors were Mrs. Boyd Colentine of Cyliw- der.Mrs. Henry of Rodman, Miss Ruth Fessler and June Knudson. Sallna Hantelman left Wednesday morning for Waterloo where she will again teach in the public school there. The St. John's Ladies Aid meets on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 2, in the church basement. Mrs. Webber Yager and Mrs. Alvin Zumach are the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seglin and daughter of Hammond, Ind., are visiting at the parental E. A. Huskamp home. Mrs. Seglin is the former Vivian Huskamp. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tietz and Phyllis MoFall left Wednesday morning for Watkins, Minn., for a visit until Monday at the L. P. Thomas home. The Thomas family moved from here in- July having been line and operators of the telephone service here. Supt. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum and three daughters of Clarion visited Friday at the V. J. Tatum homo. Carol Sue returned home Wednesday from a visit with' the Fred Tatums at Iowa City and at the parental W. F. Tatums at Nora Springs and the George Mootharls at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hofemeister of Seward, Nebr., were Monday evening supper guests at the A. R Willretts. After supper, the Hofc- mei'sters, Mr. and Mrs. Willrett, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Will Elmers and Verda and Mr and Mrs. Ernest Mueller and two daughters visited at the Emil Bierstedt home. The Hofe- meisters were overnight guests at the Bierstedt home. They were enroute to Fort Wayne, Ind., where Mr. Hofemeister will teach the first four grades in a parochial school. Get Your Clothes Ready For Fall Back-to-school, football games, cool weather—all are reminders that you should get your fall clothes cleaned and pressed, ready for any occasion. Phone 330 today and have us pick up those skirts, sweaters, fall and winter coats, jackets, etc. You can depend on ELK service. ; •.' ' • •'•'''"•''''--*f . The ELK Cleaners & Furriers Phone 330 XORMAK & -PERRY ' Across from Post Office •long &« non-nivej w»UoP*4 htm thM «u*U roar 5N/P-/T SUPS • ,v;y--.-v- •> -..»,'.-;- -•liw- LOCAL-NOTES Miss Maude McBrodm of T,owa City afrived Saturday to spend a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. D. S. Hutchison and family returned last week after spending several days with relatives at Spencer and Pierson. Mrs. Dorance Greet returned on Sunday after spending the past two weeks in Minneapolis visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Anderson, Nina Hansen and Robert Miller of LuVerne, spent last week In northern Minnesota fishing. Mr. dndl Mrs, Floyd; Saunders, now of Fort Dodge and formerly of Algoha, spent the week end at the home of Mrs. H. B. White. Peggy Goodnow of Iowa City spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. L. G. Baker. Miss Goodnow is Mrs. Baker's niece. Mrs. Ellen Wagoner returned on Wednesday evening after -spending the summer with relatives and friends at Bjrainerd, Minnesota. Miss Hannah Heettofnd of Lakota spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey. Miss Heetland and Mrs. Dailey are sisters. Julia Ann Bourne daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M G. Bourne, spent last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. C. L, Maland at Elmore, Minnesota. Margaret and Marjorie Brown, twin nieces of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown spent last week in Algona. Margaret and Marjorie live at Salix,. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Perclval left Sunday In company with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christiansen of Royal, for a week at Denver, Colorado. Mrs. H. W. Thompson went to Ankeny Wednesday to spend a few days with her daughter and husband. A Thompson family reunion was held Sunday at Ankeny. " Mrs. Pat Dooley returilcd from Oakland, California, Saturday morning after spending the past year and a half there at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Schuh and family. Pat Gorman of Huron, South Dakota, spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gorman,. 1 PpA is in the navy and left for Notre Dame University Monday. TITONKA-NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hansen are the parents of. a nine pound son born Tuesday, Aug. 25 at the Ray Hansen home. The Hansens have one other child, a ^on. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ingham of St. Paul came Wednesday to get Mr. Ingham'S mother, Mrs. Jennie Ingham of Oceasnide, Calif, anc Mrs. John Fisher, who will visit at St. Paul. Mrs. WoodroW Peterson, who has been visiting at Fort Leonarc Wood, Mo., With her husband, re turned home Friday evening. Woodrow accompanied her home for the week end. Mr. and Mrs, T. L. Dunmire anc Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff were Mason City business callers Friday They also stopped at MjUler ,to see Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blelcl: and family, Bernlce and Theresa Spear, Wesley Meyer and Herman Kettwick left Thursday morning for a few days at Spirit Lake and Rock Rapids, where they will visit relatives until Sunday evening. •Mrs. Sadie Denton entertained the American Legion Auxiliary on Friday afternoon at the regular work and business meeting at tho Legion hall. The women sewec bed'jackets .and'slips. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Teach o: St. A'nsger moved into the Wm Senne house Monday. Mr. Tesch will teach manual training and ag culture here this year. School op. ens on Monday,' Aug. 31. v Goerge Rippentrop and daughter Jola, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Rip pentrop took Edgar to Des Moines Thursday morning where he was inducted .in the service. He had enlisted in the Marines a couple o: weeks ago. Mr, and Mrs F. G. Elliott' and Jean and Floyd left Thursday morning for What' Cheer,, and other points. They will visit Mr. Elliott's grandmother who is 96 years old and he has not seen her since 1933. They plan' : 'to return home Sunday. - •'•}. .. Mrs. C. B, Egesdal entertained Mrs. Clyde Snyder and. daughter, Shirley, Marjorie Larson of Chicago and .P8.tsy.RUth and Betty Lou Miller of Elmore, Friday at dinner. Mrs. Snyder and Marjorie Larson were former schoolmates of Mrs Egesdal. • Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tapper and famjily, Mr, and Mrs. Evreett Rip, pentrop and family, Minnie Tapper and 'Lee Bruns helped Johann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe H; Tapper, celebrae his birthday Friday evening.- Ice cream-and cake was served to the guests. Mrs. Jerry Breen entertained the VrD-M club Thursday afternoon. Quests were Wrs, Henry Qr* thel, Mrs. <Wn». Ward,, Mia, Wro. B,a|t and Mary Oesterreichera, The honors were won by Mrs, George Mra, D, B, Meyer, Mrs. Or- Wfary Oeaterr?icher. '.Mrs, Leonard Hoffman and son, R«u»eJJ, of Canton, S. D., com of Mrs C. G. Egesdahl stopped at the Efjesdahls Wednesday on their ren*~m * w, they hacf been visiting relatives, Mrs. Hsnry SJeper ant) children from near Buffalo.. Center also call' . Mr,', and, Miff Frank Ffcher returned. ho«e Thttrad^y evening from Chjciigo where they visited rejaj}ve*3 veefc, On ttsifjr bom,e they »topped for their tar, Amy, wbp fea4 J»ee» vising at fejvflsw wefta, Rujpejl tfSftt' * Wfi** af SENECA 4-H BOYS TAKE HONORS AT KOSSUTH FAIR Seneca: The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club won several honors at the Kossuth County Fair. Wayne Lynch won a blue ribbon on his Angus calf and 'Paul a red ribbon, Robert Foley won a white ribbon. Alvin Godfredson won a blue ribbon on his white giant chickens and Junior Merrill a blue rib- .bbn on his Block Poland China pigs The Seneca Stars* also won many ribbons on their exhibits of canned fruits, meats and vegetables and on their record books. , . .1 Mr 'and Mrs. Ray Osborn and family visited last Sunday at the Clyde Cooper home at Algona. Jean Wilberg spent from Monday until Wednesday evening at the Jess Halverson home at Algona. The Seneca Thursday club met last week at the Lawrence Hantelman home with Mrs. Leo Works as assistant hostess. Lavonne Madden accompanied- by her cousin, Vivian Madden of Halfa, has concluded a three weeks trip in northern Minnesota and Canada. Mrs. Herman Struecker spent the early part of the week at the Lawrence Johannsen home, where she helped care for a new grandson born Monday morning. The Johann- sens have a daughter, Kathryn. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Denton and family from Wilmar, Minn, were last week visitors at the Sheldon Merrill home. They brought the elder' Dentons with them for an extended visit with relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osbbrfi, daughter Janice, and Mrs. Osborn's sister, Fern Lechter drove to the latter's home at Alexandria, S. D., Saturday. They expected. to visit there a couple of days. Fern has spent the past two months at the Osborn home. The following families drove to Tuttle Lake Wednesday for a threshers' picnic: > .the Lester Osborns, Roy Osborns, Charles Osborns, Otto WHbergs 1 , Henry Loofts, Merle Culbertsona, Carl Morten- sens, Herman Strueckers and Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson and Robert. Hans Hansen, who owned the machine, furnished the Ice cream. LuVerne .School Opens at 10, Closes at 4;30 Thru Winter iLu'Verne: llhel LwVerrie puttlie school -will 'begin the year with school sessions starting each day at lp p'clopk war time with noon recess from'l until 2 and dismissal at 4;W>. This was done for the benefit of those •coming to to school on the busses,,.. Jn a short time they would h»ve to be nwWng part their Wve in the Mrs. Anna Beerman left last week for Seattle,, Waahj^ where she will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Powers have moved Into the Frank Gegel home on South Wooster street. " Mrs. B. West of Nlel, Wlconsin, spent a few days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Haffe. K. D. James spent a few days the last of the week at Minneapolis doing some fall buying for the James store. Mr. i^nd Mrs. CJ W. Morck are spending tho Week at Lake Okoboji with Mr. and Mrs. Verne Rowley of Perry. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Volfft of Feirton spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Voigt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gelgel. Robert Muckcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. ti. S. Muckey, underwent an operation for hernia at the Kossuth hospital Monday. Arthur Weds left Sunday for Austin, Minnesota, where he will spend the week with his parents before leaving for the navy. Emmet Beard spent a few days last week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Emma Beard. Emmet attends the University of Iowa. Robert Gelgel, gpn of Mr. and Mrs. F,red Gelgel will leave Wednesday for Iowa City where he will be a freshman at the university. Tom Rabun of ChlcJfyo spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godden. Tom attends the University of Iowa at Iowa City. The Rev. J. jLange of Bfrltt spoke Sunday at the Baptist church in the absence of Rev. F. C. Volzku, who spent the week end In Chicago. Mrs. Maude Soloman left for her home in Spencer Monday after spnding the past few days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Stella Sabin. Bridgetit Gaffney Is taking her vacation this week from Dr. John Keneflck's office. Mrs. Ivan Kol- lascb of Bancroft is substituting for her. Mr. ctnd Mrs. H. Pierce Wittmer and two daughters of Des Moines spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Wittmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Wayne Bjustrom, son of Mr. anil Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, will leave on Thursday for Iowa City where he will be a freshman at the University of Iowa. Dr. mnd Mrs. Karl Hoffman and daughter, Joan, will spend the week end at LeMars at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Hoffman. Mrs. B. F. Reed returned in her home in Yankton, S. D., Thursday after spending the past few days here at the home of her son, Lee H. Reed and family. A Bjustrom family reunion was held Sunday at Olson Park at Fort Dodge. Those from here who attended were the Quinten, Roy, Cecil, and A. C. Bjustrom families. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gaddis and daughters, Sheryl and Vicki, spent Saturday and Sunday at Clear Lake where they met Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gaddis and Letha of Cedar .Rapids. Mr. and Mrs, C. U. Pollard and three children returned last week after spending the past three weeks at Crane Lake, Minnesota, fishing. Crane Lake is very near the Canadian border. Grant News , and Mr*. Joe Mayn» dJl fa f«f(: ftpfcy. - . gupt and; H&, gjtfjrett feavs WOif* ed into tbj bouse r0oenHy vacated by tfte Belkens. ,.„,_ and Mar? Vi«}te4 Friday-ft tb> PiVW Ifcwflw JWW.T . t Mrs. Alfred ZleJake «sd " *%! Mrs. O. E. Van Dorston of Mason City spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post. William St. Clalr will replace Fay Meade as assistant county agent when Mr. Meade leaves for the navy. Joe Lynch left today (Tuesday) for Iowa City where hjp will begin his third year at the University of Iowa. Joe, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lynch, has been employed at Washington, D. C., this summer. Mrs. F. W. Thaves and son, Victor of Lakota spent Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian. Victor left for the army thin morning (Tuesday) and Mrs. Thaves will visit in Algona for a few dafs. Mw and Mrs. J. E. Noel have returned to Fort Dodge wheje he has accepted employment with the Marathon Finance company. He was a collector for the Kossuth County Credit Bureau while in Algona. Guesfe at the h,oirto of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian Sunday wore Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cole of Fairmont, Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walston and daughters, Joyce and Ruth of Truman, Minnesota. Michael Kcneflck, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Kenafick, spent the week end in Eagle Grove with his grandmother, Mrs. Thomas Kenefick. He acompanied Naomi and Thelma Keneflck to Eagle Grove Friday after they had spent the day here. Rev. Raymond Kresensky of Emerson, Nebraska, arrived Saturday for a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Rev. Kresensky Is the pastor of the First Presbyterian church ftt Emerson, and is a 'brothef of A. E. Kresensky. Mr. and Mrsj W. L. Shellmyeif and family spent the week end In Algona visiting friends. Mr. Shell- myer, formerly employed at Pj?att Electric, is In the Marines and is stationed at the Great Lakes. His family make their home at Columbus Junction, Iowa. • » Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman,, Jr., and daughter left last week for Knoxville, Tennessee, where Mr. Hackman resumes his teaching duties as head of the electrical department of the Krroxville city schools. They had spent the sum- mer months with his parent*. Anita, Rose Kohlhaas. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaii*, will leave Tuesday for Norfolk, Nififc* raska, where ahe; has been transferred by the Metropolitan Lite insurance company. Miss Kohlhaas; will be chief clerk and private sec* retary to the sales manager, Sunday evening dinner guests a4 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh; Colwell were Mrs. Pete MdCallunt of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Preston of Ue* troit, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Mack! Black and two sons of Barnum* Iowa, and Mrs. Jennie Colwell bf Humboldt. '! air, nmd Mrs< CMariicpi 'Gilrnore and son of Clear -Lake spent Saturday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Maude Gilmore. Mr. Gilmore is a. teacher in the Clear Lake schools. ' Mr. and Airs. E. E. Attelson and son, Eugene, were Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Mr. and Mrs. Attelson moved to For! Dodge Monday. Dr. rtml Mrs C, C. Snlerk and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee spent Sunday at Shenandoah where they attended a picnic of the southwest Iowa district of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mr. and .Mrs. Don Miller have moved into the upstairs apartment where Mr. and Mrs. Attelson moved from* Mr .and Mrs. F. A. Macumber have moved into the downstairs apartment. Mrs. Bert Doal spent Sundpy in Hewnptcto w!ith hep son^ Hubert (Pete) who underwent an emergency operation there Wednesday. Irma Lee Deal is confined to her home with a throat infection. Louise Wadlelgh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Wadleigh, will Cleave soon for Cedar Falls where she will attend Iowa State Teachers College. Calvin Wadlelgh will enter Iowa State College at Ames, Ralph Smith, ireturned to the Great Lakes today after visiting since Friday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. He has completed six weeks of training there and .will now go into training for the medical corps. Mrs. Frank Lewis and daughter, Sherorr Lee of Humboldt, spent the past week at the home of the former's mother, Mrs, Aivis Hill. Her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Dowd of Spirit Lake, was also a guest at the Hil) home from Tuesday until Friday. Verena Krieps returned to Chi* came Friday, after spending the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Krieps, She also accompanied Margaret Knox of Clinton a, sorority sister, to St. Louis, wner« they spent several days. ' ( . Arne Rrieron, who WM located at Kelly Field with the £fcdet A|r Corps, has been transferred to San- A4J3, California, where he w}U go into pre-flight school His moth* er Mrs. Marie Pedersenv and bis, Wife received word of the change Loans We make loans from $15 TO $300 for payment of old accounts. Coal Taxes School Books F See us when in need of fmoney at any time . 1937 Chevrolet Coach for sale J -a bargain. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO. B. S. Blossom, Mgr. Phone 125 1st Door N. Iowa State Bk. The ELITE FaU's leading hat trend 3 UP Let your hat tower towards the sky . . . and wear it forward to shade your eye! Come in and try on several . . . and see how becoming and wearable they are. Rich felts in black, browns, blues, greens, turf tan and pecan and a complete array of new fall shades. Statements I wish to say to the taxpayers and voters in the first supervisor*^ district, Kossuth County, that I hae lived and paid taxes in our county for the past thirty years, living all these years on the fa'rm which we own in LuVerne township. Am now serving my twenty-first consecutive year as a trustee and have served seventeen years on the Township School Board. Also have served on other boards and committees. Am now for the first time askfing for public office in our County, that of Supervisor, first district, and, If .'elected,' promise to bring to you an honest, impartial, square deal to; all:administration. Your support In the coming election will be gf eitly appre- ( •! ciated. F. K. Clapsaddle Candidate for election for Supervisor, First District, Kossuth" County. MM ALWAYS <_OUL_ 4H| Thurs^Fri.-Safc, Sept. 3-4-5 ft / rt'irm wn Mt for murder...and only you will know who| &S; wiih ^w/ HAYDEN Cliff "Ukulele Ike" Edward. f ^H. ShlrUy Pollenon Added Captain Midnight Serial Sim,-Mon,,Tues.-Wed., Jfept, 8*7=1=9 Queen tangles with a 4*i^ burlesque queen..tOc^ 2 A untangle a, +&&&${• mystery! ( / 7m^r'V *»fe..^3I^^V i . HENRY FONDA JOAN BENNETT in WILLIAM as Ellery . MARGRRETLINDSM at Nikki Porter in ROSE HOBART DICK PURCELL ASTRID ALLWYN > wi, h CHARLEY GRAPEWIN •* JOHN L1IEL • LILIAN BONO • JAMES BURKE ^PR!T""\\ WARDFII Will I All !cr«n play by Eric Taylor • Slory by Ellery Ou««i V Ct2—*»V I*""*" n«*IHHI«d by Jomei HOOAN » A COLUMBIA PICTURI VOSSBi^BA ONAMUNSQN BARTON MAcLANE Buy * Bond to Honor Every Mother's Son In Service A good assortment for you to choose, ^pom;, Beauties in appear ance and marvels of efficient and Warm Morning Coal Senw Cod md Wood Par lor H*>ate« 9 Enterprise Fwlor H Drum Heatew Mra, B«y Qojd «ud Hefty and Raymond »cpnt Wednesday ft»ert L0a, Ih^I* former home visited, relatives • Mr. Mrs- J. P,. OsJd,

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