Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1932 · Page 5
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ou iKW the their> confidence reposett In Dahlhausc TIME REPLACE BROKEN .WINDOW [| y t prompt service BERT DEAL ANCE turday Night ice Phillips 'Orchestra MISBACH HALLl Hi&sion: men, 40c; la' dies, lOc. top the Flu ^ss=gg^= BHPS SWINE FLU ;..REMEDY;-,' ••; Bottle Treats 75 Hogs I; At Your Druggist's IERGENCY LOANS EBEST oif ujfrAin UAL- FOR ACTUA^ TOIE •LOAN ilTOS. •;.'.' made on ~ .Autdniotiiles, ieholrt Goods, -itlye \ Stock, Automobiles - refinanced, ments reduced. "Inland" plan ' of loans will t with your approval because ' are convenient and helpful. Ick service, confidential,' no tiers or endorsers; required. aity months to repay if nee- Loans made same day as blind for. NS MADE 'TO PURCHASE IMILCH cows AT 'A LOW RATE | OUT OF 'TOWN LOANS BY MAIL, ayment made on a budget dule. ',C'/~ Write, phone or call I B 1NLAND" i 55 Algona, Iowa located let door 'north .of Iowa State Bank. 'Nick Maharas recently unch room to J. M. Hardgrovk he family at Whlttemore, -is keeping house for R. J. of •at Contrary to custom several years, 10. p. f)C the Keith Drtisllla lay from visits since \Vatei loo ,uid Clarksvll at the 1Wnc & ln«t- may returned Sun- Cn.iiglilin C A. 'Momyor wont to flii- c,n r ° nno nl K ht la«t wonk for a visit mi nuei JhnnkMKlvlng with her daughters Mr.s. M.-n-Karot Cc.lt and Mnxlno. >f«- O. B. .MM lone, Colorado : ..There will be ft -program at the Union 'No. 0 schoolhouss tomorrow night. Violin, guitar, and p'iano music will be furnished by outsldo talent. A quilt will be given away, and lunch will he sold. The schoolhouse- is on a graveled road three miles north and three miles west of Algona. Ircno BJufltrom, Is teacher. 13. C. Hanchor, local telephone m;,linger, drove to Emmplsb'urg last Friday nt • iV-' V "mmpisDurg last Klin is om.!' "'\ V V Hlnc « lav to inspect damage I!"!' 1 , f< "' a t1ny U ' U!|lllimo Wls from last week's "led with ice broke, communication by It was - -to that :Red. Mr!' noc«<H:iry to use telegraph wires' to ffot election returns from some cc.unlipH west of KORKUth. Mrs. .Tcsso Willey'a father, Ollvor P.ockwlth, died last week, November G R Tmnor'H. Mr. Maloiio a few weeks n^o. Sr/iry Mitchell, Ella. and Mrs. Lur, t Sanders attended a m-OKiam at the Clear Lake public Ibrary Sunday. Mrs. Sanders gave' a paper on Trends In Literature Tho Britt News-Tribune notes that the Rev. B. M. Southgale attended a. young people's state conference at Sac City two weeks ago and led two sections for adult lead- "rs. Lee Rice, nightman at the Algona Bakery, was off duty Monday and Tuesday because of an infection In his right arm which a burned finger. Herman's. Mrs. G. W. Brown arose from He rooms at Hugh underwent a major surgical operation at- the Kossuth hospital yesterday morning and Robert Stewart, Cresco farmer! underwent an operation for appendicitis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel .are parents of a son, born Sunday',' their first child. They are employed, at the-A. ,T_ Keen farm. Mrs. Dremmel and'.V'Mrs. You Love to Touch! I Sofe enough for baby's tender L '• ' • ' . ' ".•'.. luffy, clean, and sweet smelling lat's the way we launder blank- i [hen you consider that we han- Jiousands of blariketir each year, i no wonder that we take pride r promise to return them LIKE ( n't let chilly 'night's catch you . Send your blankets to «>w, and the'yll 'be ' ready to *l« into the first frosty night! ISCH LAUNDRY I us 1 and we will be glad to tell Jlore about qiir^tolanket service. is the daughter of Mr. Robt. Leason, Algona. Dorothy Mangan, Minneapolis, went home Sunday, after a/ visit with the P. C. Zenders. She spent a few days last week at Fort Dodge, the guest of Shirley Hill. M. C. McMahon took hei- home. ' A program and a pie social are dated for next Tuesday night at the No. 4 schoolhou.se in Plum Creek township, Uyo milcB east of Algona on the paving and throe miles north. Mabel Bowman is teacher. Mrs 1 . W. R. Laird returned to her horiie at Sioux Falls Monday, after a visit since Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Tos. Cossrove, and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Ella Laird. She is the former Alice Cosgrove. A pie social will tke place at the Xo. 7, Fenton township schoolhouse, two milcfi south and a mile west of Lone Rock, next AVedneeelay night at S o'clock. Women who attend are to take pies. Adris Peterson Is teacher. George Benlsh, manager of the local A. & P. store, went to Waterloo Friday -for a two weeks vacation with his parents. During his absence, a Mr. Schmidt, relief., manager, and his wife are in charge ;of- the store. Joseph Fraser, near Sexton, was bound to the grand jury Saturday on bond of $1,000 after waiving preliminary hearing before Justice Winkel. He was arrested November 5'on a charge of driving while u'nde'r the influence of Intoxicating.,Uqupr. R. B. Waller, new co-publisher of Upper Des Moines-RepMblfcan, as been elected a new member of he Rotary club. Supervisors Helen, Balgeman, and Funnemark ere Supervisor McDonald's guests t the club's noon luncheon--Mon-. ay. E, J. Hartshorn, who _had for ome months been Britt. began work In ,the er shop early In the month, amlly moved back to Algonqj.^ ay, and they are living" Ttj''^ th'e 'rank Vera house on soyfh^Thor- ngton. '."^C'v" ; Mr. and Mrs. T. H. CtttJsehillesj Irs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, l£rs. J. Bj; Bonar,'and Mrs. P. P. Zejrlpss a|s ended a woman's club lujjffijheon at Minn. The body his old home at Humbolclt for burial, and services were attended by the Willeys. Mr. Beckwith was 02 years old, and was one of the earliest pioneers In Hum- holdt county. He served in the Ivil war, and services at the grave were in charge of the Humbolclt Lelon post. Sue Helen, 2-yoar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison, Iowa City, fell from a tricycle last week Thursday and broke both bones in her left arm below the elbow. The fractures were set at the university hospital. The little girl, who is granddaughter of Mr. • and Mrs. A. Hutchison and Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Murtagh, won first prize for 2'year-old girls at the Koesuth county fair. Ford V-8' sales have led all competition in four months since .production was started, F. E. Kent, local Ford dealer, learned early in the week. The total of passenger sales for the period was 150,831, and truck sales totaled 25,632. Ford was out of the market during the first five months of the year, but total sales for nine months were 263,580. The nearest competitor in the same nine months sold 346,627. Only two marriage applications K088UTH lorys moved'. tt&tA Oak, and it Is believftd Mallory haij ever* since; been a printer there. Mrs. Leo J. Miller, near Sexton, whose death was reported briefly last week, was the daughter of James and Anna Llllie. Her parents brought her to a farm near Wesley In 1899, and she was married In 1911. Her death was caused by rheumatism, with which she had suffered 15 years, heart disease, and complications. Besides the husband, four daughters and three sons survive: Helen Ruth, Edna, Celia, Andrew, Howard, and Edward. 'Her mother lives at 'Wesley, and. there arc four'brothers and sisters: Mrs. .Tames Anderson, Spencer; Mrs. Bernard Schrauth, Wesley; James Llllio, Bancroft; and Lawrence LI1- He, Crawford, N. J. Mrs. J. -Ft. 55anko was happily surprised last Thursday night, when her son Howard and daughter Helen telephoned from Whittler, Calif., to congratulate her on a birthday anniversary. The call came shortly after midnight, but It was only 10 p. APVANCtt. AL60KA. tOWA Helen,;'tm<,.tlitie : wais up. The Zanies are •temporarily living with their daughter, Mrs; R. A. Harvey, .Union toWnshlp-. They recently bought a 165racre farm eaet of Burt from the Chicago Joint 'Stock Land bank, and will resume farming March 1. Howard has been with a dairy concern in California four years, and Helen, now Mrs. Cyril Morris, is a registered nurse. P. ,T. Dahlhauser, a half mile south and a mile and a half eaet of Whlttemore, has an advertisement In today's Advance announcing closing out farm sale next Wednesday, when he will offer T4 cattle, nine horses, hogs, chickens, and full line of farm machinery, etc., at auction prices. L. A, Matern will be auctioneer; John S. Cullen, clerk. This will be a real close-out,, for the P. W., P. .r., and Joseph Dahlhaus- em will all move early next month to Tallulah, La., across -the Mississippi from Vlcksburg, Miss., where they have bought and will farm more than 500 acres of land, seven miles from town on a graveled road. Tallulah. is a county scat town of 4500 population. Klnney m. on the coast. All local members: (Hyson, former Algonian, has farmed of Mrs. Zanke's family were called I there three years and will be a near to the phone and heard Howard and neighbor. Chrlsclillles Kevlcivs Darrow Book— T. H. Chriechllles spoke before the Rotary club Monday noon, reviewing an autobiography by Clarence Darrow. In this book Mr. Darrow gives his views of many present-day problems. • His attitude against the present conception of the proper treatment of criminals Is set out at length. Mr. Darrow has become well- known as a defense lawyer In murder trials all over the United States, and the trial which brought him most publicity was^the Loeb-L,eopold trial in Chicago, Mr. Chrischilles said. His deep thinking on contro- . , „,, , • iau.n_t. j-j-io UVGJJ ujiiiiiviiig v;ii UUIILI v have been filed in the district court versfal ideas-about punishment ,for clerk's office in the last week: Clarence J. Metzgen, Camilla Bollig, both of Kossuth; Henry Loerwalcl, Bode, Cecelia Gales, I-Iumboldt county. Dan Cupicl evidently was holding- up business till results of the election were known; no applications were filed or licensee issued in the week prior to election day. In fact none has been issued since October 29. Clark & Clark's new Garner Herald said last week Wednesday: "Mayor SpeCht, Algona, In his Buick, and a man from South Dakota driving a Model T Ford, collided near Charles Grau's Sunday evening. -No one was hurt, and the damage to cars was slight. Mayor Spech't called Charles and Ole Grau to place the blame.- The Graus looked things over and told the parties to pay their own damages." Dr. and Mrs. R. M. "Wallace drove to Des Moines last week Monday and brought home with them the latter's brother, R.. J. Grover, who had had an attack of the flu and was not making progress towards recovery. He was still here Monday, but was much improved and was laying- plans to go home within a few days. Mr. Grover, who Is In 'the bridge party at Ella Thompson's; assisting hostesses, Mabel Oleon, Bertha E. Johnson, Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Miller's lilrthday Observed- Mrs. R. H.'Miller had a birthday anniversary Monday, and the event was celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Kent, where a covered-dish supper was served at 7, after which bridge was played, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhalner winning the family high score. There were eight couples present. York State, 'Buckwheat the pld bought' your Pe. Paper shell, for the hol- They will : be higher. 1 finest Pecans grown— 5 pounds for 11.00 J w e on the last of .over pie-fourth of iton order. fe? ! ?JJW* We /I)ia- Duaaeq re$. stamp Walnuts. tt °y import^; bulk Dates *ed Cherries. , [ Citron, I^einQn,. and Or^ng© Peel. P'g boxes mafc&ei TT ,_25c J Soap) „, So bar t*> Iar ge'pkg.' Qu|ck ^~15<? Ribs, pouftcj •—.,.*•••<—~9c f er > 3 pounds ^ TT .,i—. i'Bacon, 2 We .His City • Tuesday, a unch Mr.'ChrlschlUes gav reviijy criminals, especially capital punishment, has deterred many juries from returning verdicts of capital punishment. . Darr'ow's arguments on' these"] things center around the opportunities the defendants had in life. He has found that the greater percentage, has had little or no opportunity and that criminals in general' have had no special training to earn a livelihood. They seldom have the correct childhood background. Darrow argues that we have hospitals for the insane, but only jails for criminals. The criminal and the insane are to him nearly In the same class. Both should be pitied lor faults not their own. Mr. Chrischilles read ,a number of paragraphs. from the book. Wives of legionnaires Entertained— A group of Legionnaires' wives had dinner Friday night at 6:30 at the Mrs. Agnes Tibbets tea rooms, after which contract bridge was played at the home of Mrs. A. D. Adams. The high scores were won by Mrs. E. A, Schemel and Mrs. Walter Lorenz. Others in the group were Meedames H. J. Lacy, L. C. Breakfast Party Is Given— Mrs. R. P. Norton entertained women at .breakfast. Frlday".morn'ing at 9 -o'clock, the guests- being, seated at two tables centered with chrysanthemums and candles. The after- breakfast hours were spent at bridge, and the high score was won by Mrs. R. J. Keen. employ of an "auto market" there, Nlagenti H . W- pietch, A. E. Kresen- formerly operated his own garage at ky _ g _ ^ Worster, M. G. Norton! Mrs. 1). P. Smith Has Birthday- Mrs. R. J. Keen entertained the Birthday club last Thursday in honor of Mrs. D. P. Smith. A two- course lunch was served, aftei which bridge was played. The table was centered with a birthday cake The high bridge score was won by Mrs. D. D. Paxson. H. S. Teachers Plan Party The high school teachers will havi a party at the high school building Saturday evening. Teachers on th entertaining committee are Misses Beard, Godfrey, Messer, Peterson Xrampe, Mrs. McDowell,'Mr. Ward and Mr. Mercer. ' Burt. Senator and.Mrs. L. J. Dickinson left Sunday morning for Moines, where they were'to spend n ai ner . several days before continuing to H. M. Smith, CIdney Laird, J. L. Bo, nar, .B. F. Sorensen, M. J. -Streit, .IK. H. Spencer, and M.,H. 'Falken- >f The Story of My Llfe fJ -by ClSi<- mce Darrow; Arno.Jd Sanders has been sucp?pd- d at tjfb Champlin gas ajnjl/Jll- j# a " ion south' of the Algona v hoter"by RusseJt"..Ma*Yrell, formerly of the 'H' Hil'"station on west State street., Mr, Sanders has jeturne^^O. iU Verne, where his v/lte^.^ .tjele- jhohe manager. hi", ^j There will be a Thanksglying^pie, social at the Plum : CreeJpStTd. 6 schbolhouse, four miles ^^tVJgnd ;hree miles north of Algj^ei', at '8 o'clock sharp next -wee^t Friday- evening. A program .wJlfoPS given, and lunch will be 6erved.£;|Florence Washington, D. C., ,for the opening, of the short session of the Congress in December. They had closed their home on south Hall street and prepared to leave on election day but bad weather delayed them. They were to visit their son, Attorney I* pall Dickinson, his wife, and baby jat Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. . Long and Bern-Ice Harrington attended home- doming at Grinnell college laet week-end. The Longs were guests 5>f their daughter Doris. Bernice at- i-iended college there'one year. Mr. !and Mrs - Long" came home Friday, IBernice remaining Jill Sunday; when 'jjtfr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington, her .parents, drove to Grinnell for her. Robert Harrington, senior law student at the state \ ' """ * Sunday at Grinnell. L, F. Wright, well known Algona -allway postal clerk, la recovering a hernia operation performed Colonial Wrights Monday morning at the lospital, Rochester. The were called to Des Moines November i by news of the sudden death of Mrs Wright's brother, Walter The second St. Cecelia parish card rf.ohme, who owned a print shop,party took j>lace at the^ academy "-- J --- •~' l - i "-" •* En " -""•" Seemari is teacher. Former Kossuth' 3KJ „ • peoplfeuow Hv- far fr.om the old hoJM&will be nterested to learn that northern Iowa -has been havlnl a.^un.^jU^a), winter weather since We Election day snow storm. Snow and ice still cpat the ground, and wlntrswroiBite rtow. Much corn is fields. Betty Backus and- ritsch returned Sunday -fromj Lake', where they had vlsjted since Friday. Betty visited-.her^ —"'" Mrs. Paul Fpx.i and Helen- Louise Hyde. Betty Is employed at the poetoffice, and- Helen, f fi the etenographer for Attorney^. »*>.•» Shumway. • Hugh Herman went urday-, and returned companied by his da —_ P Blvldge, who Is spending-] clays here, Mrs. Hermar "*"- blrthday anniversary yei mhonor of the event the Hermans entertained at a dance at the I. O, O F. hall last night. _„ Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fax* to- Des Moines Tuesday, jU exnected home today. -'vSsi ww attending an insurance convention and Mrs. Paxson was the guest of the E. P.- McDades, f< The Paxson eon went former Al- Charles TMr. gonaTi. stayed with his grandparent^. JM and Mrs. J. O. Paxson. v'"x' n t The Dor* Freeh popcorn stand at _ s . - __ 1^tJ n »n v>/4 Windows were Jtrldg-e Club Is Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. Hiram White entertained their bridge club at dinner Sunday at Dr. H. L. McCorkle's. The high bridge scores were ..won -by Mrs. McCorkle'andN. Victor Lowe, Mrs. Stewart .Haseltine, rMadera, Calif., won a travel prize. Other, club members are: Doctor McCorkle, Mrs. Lowe, and Mr. <and Mrs. Raymond McCprkle. Mrs. Haseltine, Merle Bailey, Minneapolis, Hazel Potter; and Cliff Aalfs were guests. Wedding 1 Suppor Served-Here— A two-course wedding- eupper was served at the 'M. J: Jones home Sat-' urday evening to 45 guests who came to help. celebrate the marriage early In the day. of Lucille M. Jones to Herbert Montgomery, of Akron. The new Mrs, .Montgomery' has been a teacher, there three years, and Mr, Montgomery Is a rural mail carrier. They were married at Canton, S. D.'; Saturday morning, and they returned to Akron Sunday. Second Parish Card Party- ;here. They accompanied his body ,o Sigourney, then came home, and went to Rochester Friday, Mrs. Wright lost- a n only sister at Des Moines last March, H. E. McMurray fell from a scaf- fold-ing while at work on the new Button & Leffert building near the North western freight depot last week Wednesday, but returned ^o work In a few minutes. He lost his balance and grabbed a board held'by only one nail. The board gave way and he fell to the. floor., He was working on the roof at the time. A slight cut in the face and bruises were the only after-effects. The building Is rapidly nearlng completion, and it Is expected to be ready for occupancy December 1. \ The record.low temperature of the season was recorded Tuesday morn- ign when the mercury revealed six Segrees above. During the day the temperature rose to 17 above. Laet Thursday and Friday the temperatures failed to rise above frepaing. The cold spell of the last week has kept on the ground much- of the snow which fell on election day. The official temperature, record follow* November 9 .—-35 November 10 —-— -, 28 November 11 ,— r ~ 23 November 12 — s * November 13 —' —43 November 14 33. November 1-6 —— ----- 4? * Mrs, R. C. Mallory, 52. died laet ihursday morning at Red Oak, according to a copy of 'the Red Oak Express recelvjed by Mrs. R. B, Brown, AJgona. She had been eick six months with a bone infection, and had just been brought home from Iowa City. Her-husband, two married daughters, and a XZryear- old son survive, for a year or ending in 1919 Mr, MWtory—"- verttsiog foreman <rf the- 21 19 21 18 ad- the 1*** *» » Monday night. Bridge and 600 were played at 25 tables.. The high bridge scores were won'by-vMre. : William Aman and Raymond McCorkle; the high '600 scores won by Mrs.'H. J. Bode, . Plum. Creek, and Raymond Kramer, St. Joe, The third and laet party will be given at the academy next Monday night Young People Have Twenty-six Bapttet young people had a 5 p. tn. devotional tea -Sunday afternoon in the- church dining room, sponsored by the* Fellowship commission, -Helen Cook, -leader. B. Y, P, U.' educalilonar etunts were ' ' given by 'other ' three commis- slons.' At 6:50 Helen Hueser's commission led "a young people's service, •the lesson b«4 n *V on. good, and bad newspapere. ."-". little Qhi Is <M Pfrtyr- Joan, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. N, Victor (Lowe, was six Tuesday, and to observe the.event she was 'Surprised by ^ a, group of little friends who came after school. After games, refreshments were served. Guests were Meredith Larson, Ardls Kresensky, Arleen Hargreavee. Arleen Baas, Beverly Howie,, and Donna jean Waldron, 9 Couples Entertain at Pinner— Mr. and Mrs. M. H, Falkenhalner and Mr. and. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh entertained six couples at dinner and bridge Saturday night. A two- dinner was served at $:SO, guests seated at a single the tabl« centered with fruit »nd candies. The Wgh bridge score, \\-as won toy Mr. and M«s. The Season's Smartest Quality Footwear .Baptist Brotherhood Meets— The Baptist Brotherhood 'me Monday night with Dr. R. A. Ev ans, and dinner was served at 7 40 persons. The program consisted of music and a talk on Washington D. C., by W. F, Walker. Bov to Soldiers' Home—. The Relief Corps will send a box >f jelly and jam to the Old Soldiers home at Marshalltown late this veek. Contributions may be lef vith Mrs. Nannie Setchell before omorrow noon. Other Society News. •Mrs., F. C. Scanlan entertained ler • bridge club Monday afternoon. The high scores were won by Mrs. T; H. Chrischilles and Mrs. E. A. Scheme!. Guests of the club were tfesdames W. W. Sullivan, G. D. Shumway, E. C. McMahon, P. P. Zerfass, and J. L, Bonar. Mrs. A. A. . Bishop's Methodist Sunday school class had a 'party at .he church last Thursday night, and more than 45 members attended. The committee, in charge was; Miss rtenaud, Ruth Jackson, Eleanor Crulkshank, and Carl Shumway. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herbst and Mr. and -Mrs. Walter Lorenz entertained last week Tuesday night at bridge while election returns were being received. The, high scores were won jy Mrs. A-.E-iKresensky and G. W. Stlllman. ' • Mrs. S. A. Worster entertained sight. women at .bridge last ' week Wednesday afternoon. The high' score was won by Mrs, R. H. Spencer. The Naomi Circle meets with Mrs. William. Dehnert tomorrow, Mrs. G. R, Mantor and Mrs. Paul Clark, as* slstlng hostesses. Officers will be elected. The Woman's 'club meets tomorrow afternoon at- 8 o'clock at the library. The program will be a muslcale by,Mrs. F. J. Clark. The Royal Neighbors will give a public dance at the Odd Fellows hall next week Thursday (Thanksgiving) night. • • • The Episcopal Guild win meet at Whlttemore with Mrs. H. E. Woodward next week Friday at 2:30 p. m. The Methodist W. H. M. S. meets this afternoon with'Mrs. W. A. VI- gars. • • • . . •'•'•-.'•>• Child's Oxfords Children's sturdy fine- fitting black elk oxfords $1 Bridge Slippers Smart silk slippers in red, black, green, blue $1 Girls'Oxfords Smart torn-boy styles for growing girls $1.95 Odd Pain From our better grades, medium or high heels. Smart Slippers Newest styles in kid or suede, brown or black $2.95 Hot Styles —in fine pumps, straps and ties, all sizes. $3.95 $1.95 FREE SILK HOSE A pair of beautiful Rollins Rim-Stpp_Full-Fashioned Service or Chiffon Silk Hose, FREE with each pair of Footw'ear~at~$5"or more. ATTEND OUR NOVEMBER COAT SALE Theatre Wednesday-Thursday; Nov. 16-17 NORMA SHEARER , FREDR1C MARCH LESLIE HOWARD In SnitUn' Through The most beautiful story ever screened! . < .Norma deserts sophistication for romantic role. The picture that stins moonlight memories. (For the entire family. Matinee Thurs., 2:30, 10,25c. Nig'ht shows, 7-15 and 9:15, 10-25 and 35c. Friday and Saturday. Nov. 18 and 19,' WALTER HUSTON and XUPE VELE? In "Konso" ; •Stolen love and voodooism la the subject of this picture. A story of | man's witchcraft and lust for human sacrifice. ' . •' • ... . IOWA COAL -FOR- IOWA CORN .'.:.* Three tons of coal means a day's work for an Iowa miner. Don't burn your corn, trade it for Iowa coal. Let's get together and give a man a job. 1 We will price the coal so you can afford to^trade. ^ < Anderson Grain & PHONE 308 Sunday and Monday, Nov. 30 and 21 RUTH CHATTERTON, i In "TlW> Crash" -I- Miss Chatterton has for her leading man, George Brent, who -ih ae taken' Hollywood- by storm. Inpi-i' dentally, he has recently led Hiss. Chatterton _to the altar. Be sure to see these two real lovers In their screen version of a great story. 1 Matine Sunday, 1-5 p. m., 10 T 25c." After 5 p. m., aO-25-S5c. ' " I DAHLHAU8ER, WHITTEMORf, . ANNOUMCES FARM AUCTION Jos. A. Dahlhauser, Whitteinore, Is advertising a farm auction for next week Friday afternoon at the farm a half mile south and 1*6 mil«s east of Whittemore. • This Is a closeout, because he is about to leave the state. In his offering there are 40 head of shorthorns, the cream of a herd built up over ten years. Ten Duroc boars and other hogs will also appeal to farmers. There -le a full line of farm machinery. This sale is noft to. . be confuted with P. J. Dahlh,auser's, DiihijDir Is looser. , Charles Duhlgg, Bmmetetburg, brother of Mrs. £2. C. McMahon, Algona, was democratic nominee for clerk in Palo Alto, 'but ed, $25«-»<U4. defeat- The Watanyan« (get (Cor lunch Monday night at Mr«. Anna March's ' and after 'lunch Mre. JUura Sanders, told thenj <rf her yMt $o YeUowf too.e twt suxnwer, 'Next Tuesday-Wednesday, Nov. 23 aud 23, EOBT. MONTGOMERY TALLULAH BAXKHEAD In "Faithless" ^ j When you 'see Tallulah•- in -this; picture you will see a new 5 • star,^ Mystery, fire, passion, are in ;the.' soul of this be»uty. v Daughters -pf j wealth and the shiwn they effect.] when,their gold spoon-is lost! Matinee Tuesday, 2:30. ... DANCE I. 0, 0, F. IUU- Thanksgiving Night Thursday, November 24 Music by Eddie's Celebrities Gentlemen, 40c; ladies 3.60! MODERATE CHARGES Our experience in the profession has taught us that there are many persons who cannot afford to pay large sums for funeral services. To those in moderate circumstances, we offer our assurance 6f comprehensive < services at moderate prices. ' ..,,./ . .,' . ..• . ' "" ' >* The final decisions rest in the hands of those making the selections, f.pr we have .something to meet_the requirement^ o| all. • ' A * i **^* t Laird & McCullough ^ .-h FUNERAL DIRECTORS We Furnish National Caskets PHONE 521 '1 I 'I'i 6 6 > TAB1KTS Cash SPECIALS-Week-end Swift's Premium Sjs,p£e4 Hijn, choice m\a, &, Premium Link Sausage, ik ^—^ w< — t Turnips, 1 lb. for ,—,— T , Oilier , your or4er in early for prices. We i i&ntft

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