Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1938 · Page 5
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K08SUTH COW4TY ADtANCfi, ALGONA, IOWA CALS T» i. Kohlhaas 5STy «t Des MoJnes on ! mission. r Meyer .will attend a "' bBtfiopatWc meeting 0 fMr. andvMfs; A. L. s)c jc with the nu ,d Monday. ;w »ii«.., ™ •fail, butcher at Soren- )Wlth ner the week-end vlth ( j. rank shllte. Dry Cleaners here before going to Sioux City. Kntherhie. l,nttin announces that there will be no federal adult education classes till November 7. She will attend a three weeks conference for adult education teachers at Des Molnes. I Sirs, M. ». Footo, Concordla, came Saturday for a weelc Mason City. . Has* who, h«i .been ir three weeks, Is re-. owiy in/P™!!?* game at Sunday. manager of garage, attend- meeting -at Des ficarl S. Pearson 'Send, at' Sioux ,City Jri Mrs. C. : N for- Barber and Mrs. Mr. nnd'Mrs. "Shilts | will take her home Sundny and be there a few days. Mr. and Jim Martin Duffy Sr., Whlttemore, and the William Duffy's, Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests at County Treasurer W. J. Duffy's. William is a farmer near EmmetsburK Mr. and MrH. George Beebe, of Humboldt, were Sunday guests of the Chris Wallukaits. Mrs. Beebe is a sister of Mr. Wallukalt, her husband is manager of Humboldt light plant. en's division reemployment office at Fort Dodge, taking the place of Mrs. Bess Moore. Esther will be back Friday to resume work In the local office. Fred Uclilmor has been in bed since Tuesday morning with a stomach ailment. He has been In poor health of late. Mr. Behlmer owns the local Algonquin Confectionery. His son is now assisting at the etore. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs. Post's sister, Helen Zitt- ritsch, were Fort Dodge visitors Tuesday. Mr. Post went down on a business errand. Miss Zlttritach Is in Metropolitan Life employ tit the local office. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Aulman Des Molnes, with their daughtei Ruth Ann, were week-end guests of Mrs. Aulman's mother, Mrs. Ella Laird, end other local relatives. Mr. Aulman is manager of th3 Eagle Iron Works. "Tee" Post went to Iowa City flelmur and Bobby Pommeren- ng, and Lucille Hildtnan, the .later of Wesley, spent Sunday at St. ?aul with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gels, the latter a sister of Bobby and Delmar.. The Gels family for- iierly lived at Irvlngton but now has a grocery Btore. Mrs. Karl Ackcrmnn, Hurt, with ler daughter Janet, spent last week Thursday and Friday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carlisle, Whlttemore. Another Carlisle daughter, Ruth, who teaches at Janesville, spent the week-end at home* from Algona will go to Whlttemore, where ;she will demonstrate-at the Cavanaugh drug store. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson, accompanied by Ruth Will, spent Sunday at the Ames college with the Richardson daughter, Meredith. It was Ruth's 17th birthday, and she was a guest of the college dormitory, where Both girls are Kortendlck, of Rockford, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. John BolgM-, McHenry, 111., were guests Friday at County Recorder J. J. Dooley's. Mr. Kortendlck, who Is retired from the banking business, is a cousin of Mr. Dooley and the father of Mrs. Bolger. Among AlgoninnR who Meredith stays. '38 graduates of the Algona high school. The Rev. and Mrs. John Zimmerman, White Rock, S. D., came Sunday for a visit till Friday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmerman, here, and Mrs. '"'""jlf'^t | Zimmerman's parents at Fort Dodge. Mr. Zimmerman is pastor of the Trinity Lutheran churches at White llock and Wheaton, Minn. Antoinette Bonnstetfer, .school nurse, went to Waterloo yesterday the former's brother Tom, all of Spencer, and the'Ben Domeckfl, of Fairmont, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mahoney. Urs. Powell is a sister of Mr. Mahoney; Mr. Domeck, a nephew of Mrs. Mahoney. Roy is a travol- ng salesman, his brother is re- ;lred, and Mr. Domeck is a contractor. The R. W. Andersons mov3d Tuesday into Mrs. J. T. Bohannon's house on , North Worster. Mrs. Freda Christensen has bought the house on east North formerly occupied by the Anderons. Mr. Anderson works for the Bell Telephone company here. Mrs. Lottie will so I (Wednesday) to attend an inter- for the Homecoming, leaving Friday morning and returning Sunday evening. He visited fraternity brothers at the house. "Tee" Alpha studied Sigma at the Phi uni- the verslty two years. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan and to Dee Moines Saturday to attend professional and state nurses' a Creighton^Drak'e football same meeting till today. She is secre- will be Mrs. Karl R. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, Mrs. Jos. tary of the local unit of the Inter- professional group, which consists Kelly, son Joe Jr., Bill Daugbn. lot registered nurses, doctors, den- Omar Kelly, who attends Creigh-, lists, veterinarians, and druggists Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uhl, Maxton, is on the football team. Wheeler, Webster here, visiting her Anderson. City, has daughter, ,>een Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harness, and the last-named couple's small daughter, art of WalWorth, Wis., were week-end guests at H. L. Turner's. Mrs. Frank Harness is a sister of Mrs. Turner, and Elmer is a nephew. The Turner daughter Ruth came home with them, after and the Rev. George Wise, both of Pasadena, ftallf., and Dlst. Supt. Harvey C. Powers, Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Maxwell, with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell and daughter Barbara, all of Eagle Grove, were guests Monday of relatives here. Arnold expects to go to Waterloo soon to be telegraph relief operator for a railroad there. Arnold returned to Eagle Grove with, his parents, and his wife remained for a longer visit. The Russell Maxwells spent Sunday at Eagle Grove, guests of the C. E. Maxwells. Russell, who manages the Chrysler garage here, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. MaxWell, and the latter is a sister of Mrs. F. L. Tribon and Fred Frost here, Mrs. Seal Smith and h.er daughter Leona spent Saturday at Mason City. They called on the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Eckholm, on the C. -B. Smiths, former Algo- nians. Mr. Smith Is now budge' manager for the Firestone company there. Mra Smith, Leona, and the former's son David spent Sundaj Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and, well, were over last night guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Brandt I yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. were Sunday guests of Mr. andjD. Sheehan, and the Uhls and the and Mrs, John Grandgenet, St. Benedict. The Wt it .tordnns, who are vis- ting Mrs. Jordan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Colllnson, spent 'rom last week Wednesday till Sunday at Clear Lake at Mrs. Jordan's brother Glenn's, and Glenn, his wife, and their four children same with the Jordans to Algona or Sunday, W. J. taking them mck Sunday night, and going on. ,o Osage for a few days with his brother Fred, a farmer. The elder lolllnsone lived at Clear Lake 17 years, returning to Algona six years ago. Glenn Is employed on the Samuel Kennedy truck farms, and at present Is running a pota- . to,grader. The Collinsons will have a family gathering here Sunday, and Mrs. Colllneon's sister, Mrs. Charles Curtin, Mason City, arid another sister, Mre. Roy Folke, Armstrong, with her husband o£ Armstrong are expected, besides the Glenn Colllnsons and the Jordans. Mrs. Colllneon's father, Philip Waltman, Algona, who;celebrated his 82nd birthday last a week in Wisconsin. Both Mr. at Ames, visiting another daughter Harness and his son are farmers. Harriet, who is general secretary Warren Ayres, Eau Claire, Wis., in the chemistry department of the j April," will "also"be here" was an Algona visitor Monday, college there. Leona is teacher at calling on old friends. He also at- Dakota City. Mildred Grandgenatt, „...„ and>her cousin, iel .Graham, With the lat- ghter Shirley Anne, spent t Mason City. Mrs. NelsLareon, luuj- Any gueStS at O. I. HOI- n ie women are cousins, !. Larson is a farmer. 'iyiordP. Wnranw ^as * Mrs. Edward Kelly, Em- Monday. Mr; Kelly is a , r of Mr. Shumway. Mrs. Gail Towne -went doe LaKe in Minnesota ,. for a little fishing and , Winnibigoshish Sunday. ,nvren/ returned to her ,t the telephone office , after having heen sick L'turday with intestinal flu. •d Mrs. Donald Hutchtns, with their little son, Viday to " visit Donald's Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hut- •Bobcrt Liesener and her Mrs Emlle Kahn, left Fri- f Janesville, Wis., and Rock- jjl., to visit relatives two I Long plans to spend the i her with her parents, Mrs. A. L. Long. She in a Mason City high Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Branor ,_rner visitors Tuesday. Mr. [will conduct services next at Lu Verne, his former[Nannie Setchell, who has at the Kossuth hospital nths with her- broken left reported improving satis- McOrath has resigned irkship at Kresensky^s to [to Christensen Bros, in the where she took up her sday. Sirs. H. M. Olson and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore drove lieapolis Saturday and are this week fishing near apids. »t Bliley, who attends nilton business college at ,ty, spent the week-end er parents, Mr. and Bliley. . i. A. Evans is .taking his Mrs. G. L. Vohs left Saturday evening for Chicago to visit her daughter, Mrs. Donald Grettle. Mrs, Grettie is the former Edris Vohs, and her husband is a chemist at the Swift plant there. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Julius, Moran, with their children, Gordon and Maureen, were week-end visitors of the Hugh Colwells. Mrs. •Julius is a cousin of Mrs. Col well, and Mr. Julius is a farmer. Mr. mid Mrs. Edward Griswold, Des Moines, came Sunday for a visit with the Anton Andersons. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Oriswold arc cousins, and Mr. Griswold travels for a drug company. Mrs. Clayton I'almer, Spencer, with her sou Stephen, is visiting the former's father, Fred Beirman, here this week. Mrs. Palmer is the former Marie Beirman, once a popular clerk in Algona stores. Mrs. Mary Dole, Irvington, mother of Lucile and Evelyn here, is doing practical nursing at Frank Bormanu's, near Bode. Mr. .ind Mrs. Borman are parents of a fi-lb. girl, born Friday, the fifth child. • W. K. Fleming, Forest City, with his daughter Gertrude, were Monday guests of County Recorder and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. Fleming', •who is postmaster at Forest City, Mr. and Mre. L. J. Nelson were at |Mra victor Young, Mason City. Sheehans left this morning for tended the Rotary meeting at noon, who ie employed at Smith's, spent Spencer Sunday, visiting Mrs. Mae Mm young is a. sister of Mrs. Me- ---.-- ..._.. . . .. ... Tweet, former Algonlan. Mrs. C oMe, and her husband is an em- Tweet, who formerly clerked at p]oye o£ the standard Oil company. Graham's, is,now clerking in a!Mr."BrandUiTa"Decker salesman'/ dress shop at Spencer. . -. _ . Eleanor Tfelffer, Lois Colwell, j . , . . Edna Peterson* R. N:, Herldnier, Y., arrived last week Tuesday FOR SALE—SHEEP LINED leather coat, size 6.—Mrs. Anton. Dld- 13g4-5 Rapid City, S. D., and the Black',Mr. Ayres, who is a former Algo-|the week-end with her parents, Mr.'riksen, phone 746-J. Hills.' They expect to he backl-nian, .was on his way to Sheldon Mrs. Uhl is a sister of I to look after a business matter. Monday., Mr, Sheehan, and Uhl Is a farmer. and Joseph Skow, delegates from f or a mO nth with her mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Claire Gay, with the lat- Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Gay and Mr. the Presbyterian church, attended Q. J. Peterson, and her sisters. I tor's son, all of Salix, and John a brother. a Christian Endeavor convention Ida and Mrs. A. E. Clayton. Miss Andrews, Wells, Neb., were Sun-1 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton, Mr. at Council Bluffs Friday and Sat-, p e terson does laboratory and x- day guests of County Agent .ind ; and Mrs. William Larson, and Vern [ urday and a Young Peoples' Rally j ra y work in a hospital, 'it is sev- Mrs. A. L. Brown. ,Mrs. Brown Husome, Buffalo Center, were Sun- €> f "Rnplrtlmll Y" 1 t+V Qll tl/lei \r* _.- _ ! _.l- . _i___._ _.l <n»rl fM n t «A n VIA nnvt mill rlntl rvVt v.tlt *lm* r***n« J-.. n i. 4-Vin Innnl TTnvi (• rtV» fi\ Years ago he was assltant cashier ••••••. * «••• * of the. Algbna State bank. From here he went to Chicago, and he is now in business at Eau Claire with at Rockwell City Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haldeman have moved into the house on east en or eight years since she was [and Claire are son and daughter home before. I of the B. N. Gays, and Mr. And- Cllfford Bird and a Miss Green, 1 rews is an uncle. The GaySv farm Grove formerly occupied by thejhoth of Britt, were Sunday dinner near Salix. Orville Elkins family. Mr. Halde-. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry The A. A. Sterlings spent Sun- day guests at the local Herschel h ° m f-., M !:- ./I*. ^THURSDAY THRU SATUR. Thompson received word that day of the birth of a daughter to Mr. I and Mrs. Walter L. Friesner, Oil-, October 13-15 SUNDAY THRU WEDNES. October 16-19 man is a Phillips "66" employe. | Phillips. Mr. Bird, who is a farm- day at Webster " City, guests of i bert. Mrs. Friesner is a daughter. The Elkins family moved into the e r, is a nephew of 'Mr. Phillips. I Mrs. Sterling's mother, Mrs,: Sam- of the Thompsons, and Mr. Fries- Bradley home on west College. G. J). linindage left Monday for Linton, Ind., where he will be sta- e d, He works for the state high- tioned three weeks. He is connect-!-way commission. Mr. Phillips had an appendicitis i uel Bateman. Mrs. Sterling's sU-jner is agriculture teacher in the attack Friday, but is much improv-! ter, Mrs. Frank Hughes, Fort Col-J school at Gilbert. This is a first | ed with a service extension institute. Mr. Brundage for some years managed the shoe department in the Christensen store. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hagg, Plum Creek, spent the week-end with his cousin Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ha^g here. The Albert and Arthur Haggs spent Sunday at Crystal Lake. Albert is a local painter. Mr. aud Mrs. Dennis Pratt were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane, Sheldon, Mr. Lane, Mrs. Bessie Buck, who has work- lins, Colo., and her, brother Orie Bateman, Oak Park, 111., were also there. The Algonians called on child, and the first grandchild of the Thompsons, sales supervisor ed at the Coffee Shop here a year Mr. Sterling's sister, Mrs. Frank j Hi-Bred Seed Co. Mr. Thompson is for the Pionaer has bought a Coffee Shop at Bode, and she takes possession today. With her two children she left Wednesday, Mr. Buck, who remains here for the present, being employed at Swift's. The Buck furniture is for'sale. Eunice Lowison, Jackson, who is demonstrating Cara Nome beauty Hossman, Eagle Grove. i Delegates from the local Naza-l A card from Mrs. Rose S. Fra- j rene church who attended a young ser under date of October 7 re- J people's zone rally at Waterloo | ported her at Phoerfix, Ariz., whare j last week Thursday were Mrs. Eva she is to spend the winter in the hope that her arthritis will be benefitted. She has taken an apartment, and her address is 920 East Palm Lane, Emmerson Apar- products at the Rexall drug store ments. Mrs. Fraser wrote that she this week, is staying at Roy is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Dooley. who is employed in a • • Gamble Mr. and Mrs. Joseph'Daughn, of store there, traveled for the Terry Corwith, are parents of a 7%-lb ;Durin Electric Co._ when he and his boy born Saturday, named Richard Joseph. Mrs. Daughn is the former Isabel Baylor, daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baylor here. I Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, and Mr. and Davis home. She demonstrated last week at Sleepy Eye, Mnn., and. wife lived in Algona five years ago. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms, The Rev. M. A. Sjostrand reports an attendance of 200 at the Sunday Mrs. Martin Larson, all of Burt, were Sunday guess of Mrs. Charles Larsen and her daughters Beulan school institute at the First Lutheran church Sunday afternoon! and Loretta. Mr. Doms is pastor and'evening. Fourteen towns were I of the Presbyterian church at Burt. Mrs. Peter Bant, Wilton Junction, came Saturday for a few days with the Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Pfeif- place. found Phoenix a delightful Mr. and Mrs. Roy Powell and Towne, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor, a Mrs. Smith, Maretta and LuclJe Gunder, Mary Knudsen, lone Daniel, Howard Blanchard, James Pos- naugli, Lavina Blancbard, and the Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Strong, with their .two sons, Donald and George. The three speakers on the program were the Rev. B. Robertson FREEDOM for MEN COULONT FK5HT BACK! represented in the Northern district. Mrs. Henry Furst spent the week-end at G. M. White's, Des, Moiues, and Mr. Furst went after fer. She is a member of the Fresher Sunday. Mr. White is cu6to-i b > rterian congregation at Wilton dian of the Episcopalian church 'Junction, where Mr. Pfeiffer was there, and Mr. Furst is a barber nastor five V ears be£ore coming to here • Algona. Evelyn Capesius, who is taking a' ^onise Smith, freshman at the beauty course at Fort Dodge, I- S..T. C., Cedar Falls, will spend the spent ths week-end with her par- week-end with Mrs. Clyle Smith. her mother, '38 M,. s ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius,' Mrs. ciyie smitn. sne is a farmers southeast of Algona. She graduate of the Algona high school, w a '37 graduate of St. Cecelia's and ,«r Kathleen back to . Iowa grad- Academy. day (Thursday) for further atment. The doctor/wlll re- ilurday. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling, has been siok Thursday and unable to . school. She is in the fifth Bryant. Iloekelnmn, Tltonka, visit- last week .Wednesday till ' with her cousin, Mrs. Her- urst, here. Mr. Furst is a al salesman, [ anil Mrs. Gardner Cowles opped briefly at L. J. Dicki Sunday. They were on the ome from a tour of state northern Iowa. , and Mrs. Ben Ingebritson, |thelr infant daughter spent ' at Swea City with the P. J. UBS. Mrs. IngebrltBon is the Frances Helmke. i and Mrs, S. D. Wilson sot Saturday from Oelweln, i they had spent a week with [Wilson's sisters, Mre. Henry I and Mrs. A. J, Miehe. . and Mrs. Leslie Samp, Lake with their baby, spent Sun- the Andrew ' Godfredso* here, Leslie, a son* of Mrs. «dson, has a variety jstore. i Louis lliirnhain, the former. ne Towne, and 'her mother-In-' Krs. Alfred Burnham, Charles [arrived Tuesday for two or days with the Gail Tpwnes. Sarah Ityau, formerly of (lilwaukee depot neighborhood i left a couple' weeks ago to I with her • son, W, P. ttyan, 1 th St. E., Long Beach, Calif, Wooldrldge, Clear Lake, son Floyd spent Sunday [with another of the fomar'fJ Roy Wooldridge. 0. T; ie on •olice force there, ' and Mrs. CUntou Lightor, I their daughter Marian, drove bpencer Sunday, and Mrs; remained to spend .the with a brother, C. C, Ellfe, . Jos. Bloom»> and the Jfs. were at Masori • City : Tuesday and Wednesday, Yom Kipper; Jewish day oneinent, fasting, and pray*• T, Meurer, Whittemore, r son Lucian, were Monday Quests at Mrs, Henry Lav*?>• Lavrenz and the Meur- former Whittemore neigh- her sister Evelyn was uated from the Teachers Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutzell, with la ^. ye S r - , v T , „, their sons, spent Sunday at Fair-' ^-BeT. and * ts ' 3 ^\ Zlw ^ r l- mont, visiting the Arthur Weiu- man White Rock, S D., have been mans. Mr. Weinman has a Watkins visiting the formers parents, Mi. agency, and Mr. Hutzell is em- and Mrs, M. ^mmerman, since ployed at the International Har- Monday and will also visit at Fort vester shop here Dod se before going home. Mr. Esther lavreni; is doing substi- Zimmerman is pastor of a Luthsr- tute work this week in the worn- an church there. CUT RATE GROCERY Specials for Friday and Saturday I New 2 Lbs. Bulk Dates - - 15c tm Limit Sugar, 10 Ibs. 48c I Kellogg's 2 pkgs. Corn Flakes _19c POWD. SUGAR BROWN 4 Ibs. — Puts 25 times nore soap right on dirty spots M A WIIH »»n"»»5 Bars P-USO AP 19 Urj. M«/'«" Lrg. 21 c, med. 13c land --. George Meyers and Mr e- Raymond Meyers', Al> were Sunday guests of Mrs. C, W. J«°r<*- JKr. •nd his son ^Raymond are W4 Mnj, W; H, Cummlnge, wJnes, were in AJ$oju* teat 'uureijay &ud, Friday, loo^- to the CuounJn^ store bej-e L^'t'ng Dr. antf)Mr8, J. ft. Miracle Whip Salad Dressing, qt.-37c Parker House Coffee, vac. pack lb. _25c Pork and Beans, 1* tall -3 cans 25c Peas, garden run, No, 2 3 cans 25c Light House Cleanser - -3 cam 10c Cane Sugar Syrup No. 5 can I9c Royal Gelatine, all flavors, each __--5c Tomato Catsup, Ige. 14-PZ. bottle _--9c Spaghetti and Macaroni, 2 lb». - - - - **>c •isrSifi^' 'W?^ Q^ 98c Peari ---Cap or. ng «"" • -.- £«r »*«'!fc SO f or 45c, ea^h Ie Cwkm Butter, »rall ..-*—** No. 1 Cream Cheese, lb, ., Men's Zipper Flannel An unheard c Choice of either grey or tan . . . and a chance to MV* a great deal, T SALE DRESS. WORK OR PLAY A Sensational "Buy" In Men's Suede FLANNEL SHIRTS Full, roomy cut, fall and winter weight suede cloth. Choice of grey or tan. An C g\ ON ROVIN6 THMOIISf / HEROESof theHIUF BOBUWWSTON-fWYCORWGW &^& PRISClC^^XWSON ^f^ Second Feature "HIGHWAY PATROL" Serial, "Dick Tracy Returns? $i Motion Pictures are Your Best ENTERTAINMENT Second Feature VIRGINIA BRUCE FRAtfCHOT TONE —in— ^BETWEEN TWO WOMEN* Coming Sunday-Wednes., October 23-26—Jane Withers in "Always in Trouble; 2nd feature "Smashing Rackets" exceptionally low price. Extra Heavy Plaid FLANNEL SHIRTS Tailored of beautiful plaid twill materials. Ideal for sports work. Specially reduced. • or Bright Colored Suede FLANNEL SHIRTS Kelley green, scarlet red and royal blue. Thi«U« "WINNER" in mny field of sport THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1S-14 A Road Show Attraction — Here at regular prices. A Tremendous Assortment of MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Values to beat anything we've ever offered. Shirts with fused, non-wilt collars... beautiful new fall patterns ... expert workmanship, everything you could demand of a shirt. For Thli Event Only Men's Dress Shirts A?1.50to$l,75 value anywhere. Every desirable feature of a "high, priced" shirt. Stripes, plaids, checks, allover patterns and plenty of whites. Norma Shearer returns in the greatest performance in screen, history. Lavish, spectacular, authentic. The most important 'film ever. made. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15 Change of Program Collegiate Series DIXIE DUNBAR ERNST TRUEX in "FRESHMAN YEAR" SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 16 AND Boys' rUnnel Shirt«_ Fkjp»0«Pom«fB«in*l, Made to with- " itand % touqhwt wear. Eeguhr 59o, Fanpy Ptod P 4 "* 1 "! 18 to haw 1801116 pojori. Smart and iervipeabte Boy»' Broadcloth DREIS SHIRTS A variety oi colored pattwns and plain whiles. Men'* Ctumbray vV ^irI^^BP fPWMMHt (i (P Save more than 3035 on blue ohambray , work shirts. Well' made and proper-, tior^d Medium weight, fin* grade grey covert. A shirt that will wear a , long time- • TM 1 T^FT^f'S ilW T^^WH^ff^^Wflr^ ^fe^.^^

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