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The Algona Upper Dea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 6, 1934 Roland Lavrenz of Hurt is spendin this week with Mr. and Mrs. Johi Button. June Adelle Overmyer will leave on Friday for Oskftloosa where she wil again teach. P. J. Larson of West Bend was „ guest ^of hte sister, M. 4. Duffy and JamiljJ, Sunday. Mr And Mrs. M. J. Duffy spent Labor Day In Whlfctemore with the Martin Duffy family. Joe Sheppard will leave Friday for Omaha, where he will again attend college at Crelghton. Mrs. Clara Dalton spent the first of tfys week with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith of Burt. Dr. and Mrs. James McKenzie of Baiter were guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs. W. G. McCullOugh. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Soloman and .-son, Merrill of Spencer visited Thursday with Mrs. Bstella Sabin. William Monlux will go to Ames Sunday where he will attend the Iowa State College for the third year. Mr. and Mrs. Don Grattle left Sunday for their home in Chicago after visiting at the O. L. Vohs home. Mrs. Mae Miller and daughter, Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew and son, Max. returned home Sunday evening after a Mr. and Mrs. Gall Towne returned Sunday after spending most of last "Week, at Cass Lake on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and fchildren left Sunday for Chicago where they expected to stay until Wednesday. O. D. Hart and daughter, Antoinette of Bancroft were dinner guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Mrs. Jane Clark returned lost we ek end from Elk River, Minn., after visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Anthony Byson. Mrs. Frank Johnson went to Sioux City Saturday afternoon to attend the funeral of the three year old son of her sister, Mrs. Border. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and son, Robert, accompanied Bernlce to Mankato Sunday, where Bernlce entered the Mankato Commercial College. Kenneth Lynk, son of Loula Lynk, has returned from Eldora, Iowa, where he has spent the summer vacation with his grandfather, G. A. Lynk, Sr. Betty Butler of Des Moines and Tom and Thelma Keneftck of Eagle Grove wre guests Friday at the home of the latter two's brother, Dr. John Kene- flck. John Ferguson went to Ames Sunday where he will attend college at the Iowa State College, to line up his •work for the fall. He returned home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Bolllnger of Le- fieuer, Minnesota, visited at the John Button and Henry Lsrren* bones' on -Monday. Mrs. Bellinger is the former Esther Raping who lived in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Thompson •of Fort Dodge spent Saturday with Mrs. G. H. Free. The Thompsons were •enroute to their home from Montana •where they had wen visiting friends. Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Gates of Milwaukee .visited Sunday with. Urs. Usale Hohn and the B. A. Oenrlch family. The Gates were enroute home from « visit at their former home at Livermore. Kathleen Evans, Richard Coffin, Rodney Van Ness, Ruth and Betty Jean Messenger returned Sunday from Chicago where they had attended the "Worlds Fair since the previous Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Buthman and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wolle all of Belmond, visited Monday at the home of the latter couple's daughter, Mrs. Louis Lynk. They were dinner guests that evening at the Lynk home laso. Rita and Imelda Dooley, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley, left on Saturday for Chicago where they were to be the guests of Mrs. Henry Kennedy and sons. In Chicago they were to meet their brother, William and accompany him to Milwaukee and West Bend, Wisconsin, before returning to their home. Will lam is now living in West Bend, Wisconsin. fh Dl \*. nd ms ' L ' °- Baker attended the state fair in Des Moines Tuesday of last week. .. ***; an <l Mrs. Bert Deal attended the Labor Day celebration in Oraet- tlnger Monday. Ruth Bishop left Saturday for Eagle Grove where she will be a member of the grade school faculty. Lelghton Mlsbach took his sister, Kathryn, to Alvord Sunday where she will teach English In the high school there. John Dutton returned to work In his garage Saturday after being ill sinod the 7th of June with blood poisoning and the flu. Mrs. E. J. Butler and Mrs. L. W. Swanson of Whlttemore spent last week In Chicago, where they attended the Worlds Fair. 8. W. Russell of Tama, Iowa, arrived here Sunday and Is visiting this week with his daughter, Mrs. G. S. Buchanan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg accompanied their daughter, Emma, to Fayette, Iowa, Friday. Emma will teach there this coming year. Donald Cook, who was formerly employed in the Council Oak, has taken over the Corner grocery store on Col- kge and Hall streets. John Harrington of Norfolk, Nebras- ta, nephew of the late T. P. Harring- on, spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Harrington and Robert. Marguerite Skffling leift for Hayfield Sunday to begin teaching in the chool at that place. She will teach the fifth and sixth grades. Joyce Hartman returned to her home in Janesville, Wisconsin, Tuesday evening after visiting for some time with Mary Elizabeth Foster. Mrs. E. R. Morrison's mother, Mrs. Wm. Kaln, left Sunday for her home In Inglewood, California, after visiting for several weeks with her daughter. Esther Dearchs went to LuVerne on Sunday and started teaching first and second grades In the LuVerne school Monday. This is her first year in Lu- Verne. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan left Saturday for Chicago where she will attend the World's Fair, and Join her son, Wade, and his wife who have been there for a week. Dean Clapsaddle, Leona Lichter and Loretta Howie spent Sunday In Zumbrota, Minnesota, where they visited Dr. Magnus Lichter, who is doing T. B. testing for the government there. He expects to return to Algona in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berts and Dorothy Hutchison returned to their homes in Chicago Wednesday morning after visiting at the A. Hutchison home and with other friends In Algona since Thursday of last week. Mrs, Berla is the former Marjorle Bowyer. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leflert took the latter's sister, Mrs. F. E. Malmsten of Vemonia, Oregon, to the home of her daughter in Slgouroey, Iowa, on Saturday. Mrs. Malmsten has been visiting at the Leflert home for a week or so. The Lefferts returned to their home Sunday. Vernon Kholhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas and Omer and Joseph Kelly, Jr., sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelly will leave Friday for South Bend, Indiana, to attend Notre Dame where Vernon and Omer will be freshmen and Joseph will be a sophomore. The three boys are graduates of St. Cecelia's academy. The boys planned to go to Chicago to attend the Worlds Fair for a day before going to South Bend. Lieutenant Paul A. Danson of this city who has been on active duty with his regiment, the 5rd Infantry, training the C. M. T. C. students at Fort Snelllng, Minnesota; returned home Saturday. Lieutenant Danson has been at Fort Snelllng for the past two weeks in the capacity of assistant police officer In charge of C. M. T. C. The 53rd Infantry Is made up of reserve officers from Iowa, Minnesota and North Dakota. CALL THEATRE September 4-18 Algona, Iowa NOKTHWKST IOWA'S 8UMMKB BESOBT la*— Air—Wat«r—«ne Banltor. 50.000 cu. ft "Kooler Alre" call the Detract telephone operator for our program, the information and are happy to serve you. By*They Tuesday, Sept. 4 $75.00 BANK NIGHT $75.00 STUART ERWIN PERT KELTON "BACHELOR BAIT" Wed.-Thurs., Sept. 56 COUNTY PAIR WEEK SPECIAL JANET OAYNOK LEW AYRES "SERVANTS' ENTRANCE" Matinee each day 11 o'clock and every 2 hours day and night. Fri.-Sat., Sept. 8-9 HAROLD LLOYD UNA MERKEL "THE CAT'S PAW" Saturday Evening Post Story Matinee 11 o'clock and every 2 hours day and night. 8un Mon ~ ' ""pT.^ 1 . 9-1O MADALINE CARROLL . FRANCHOT TONE " THE WOKU) MOVES ON- Colored MusicaJ, Beauty and the Beast, romantic musical Tourney. Tuesday, Sept. 11 Sept. 12 13-14 LYLE TALBOT MARY ASTOR "KETUKN OF TEKKOR" GABLE JOAN CRAWFORD "CHAINED" Originally "Sacred and Profwie Love" Saturday, Sept. 15 Sun.-Mon., Sept. 16 17 Big Seven Unit Sluwv Big HOOT GIBSON (1) "Tlie Fitfhtiaj funum" (2) Bum 'Km Up Bariu* Serial Join the Frankle Darrow Stamp Club (3* Mickey McGuire Gang Oumedy (4) Acwtp Kable (5 > »«*»PIW 16) tlouwcleauiiig (7) Medbury in Fat fie "KAY FRANCLS LESLIE HOWARD ••BRITISH AGENT" New Season Special and BERN ICE CLAIRE J HAROLD MURRAY iu a romantic operetta wiUi glorious "WHO IS THAT GIKL" Tiieadav £ I TV Sept. 18 ZASU PITTS SLIM SUMMERVILLE "THEIR BAD MOMENT- ar.d BILLY GILBERT in "MUSIC IN Llmbcrtu**. MATINEE EVSRY DAY AT 11 O CLOCK DURING j. COUNT* FAIR AND EVERY TWO HOURS DAY ANU NIGH I _ Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton drove to Marshalltown Sunday where they attended a lumbermen's picnic. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen spent Sunday evening in Whlttemore where she was a guest at the Tim O'Brien home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon spent the week end In Minneapolis with the latter's mother and brothers. Mary Black and Norma Raney left last Monday evening for Chicago and the Worlds Pair and will be gone for ft week. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz were guests at the Mann cottage at I*k« Okoboji Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Webster City visited Wednesday at the home of Mr. Jones' aunt, Mrs. Fred Phillips. Janet Zerfass left Sunday for Mankato where she will be a student at the Mankato Commercial College this, coming term. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller spent Saturday and Sunday at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby spent Wednesday in Dee Moines where they were guests of Mr. Lusby's daughter, Mrs. H. Pierce Wltmer. Mrs. Charles Reaper and daughter, Bemlce, spent last week at the Hunter home at Bancroft assisting at the home during the son's illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and daughter, June Adele, accompanied by Mrs. F. L. Tribon, drove to Des Moines Tuesday to take in the state fair. Mrs. M. J. Qulnn resigned her position as matron at the County Club last week and Mrs. D. P. Smith will have charge for the rest of the season. Eddie Slfert has made arrangements with the Martin County Fair at Fairmont and expects to put on his contortion act there during the days of the fair. Kathryn Mlsbach left Sunday to begin teaching at Alvord, Iowa, where she taught part of last year. Her brother, Lelghton, took her to her destination. Mrs. M. J. Qulnn and daughter, Madonna, left Wednesday for Cedar Falls where Donny will enter the college. Mrs. Qulnn will be in a fraternity house there. Johnnie and Tommy, sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, spent last week at Mason City where they visited the sons of Mr, and Mrs. Tony Goeders and also attended the fair. Mrs. George Good began work in the basement of the Christensen Brothers department state Saturday of last week and Is working there this week, taking Mrs. Morgan's place. Walter Fraser expects to go back to Iowa State College at Ames, where he Is studying physics, next Saturday. He has been home the past two weeks with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser. Mr, and Mrs. Ira Vincent of San Antonio, Texas, came Friday for a month's visit with Algona friends and relativ*. They are staying at the home of Mr. Vincent's sister, Mrs. Lela Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. call Dickinson and two children left Monday morning for their home in DCS Moines after a visit of several days at the home of Mr. Dickinson's parents. Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Frances Zender came home Tuesday from Chicago where she spent ten days at the Worlds Pair. She accompanied Charlotta Kanouff, who remained in Chicago to continue her studies at De Pauw University. Anna Nelson plans to leave Saturday for Big Plney, Wyoming, where she is principal of the high school. She has been ID Chicago during the summer taking work on her master's degree at the University of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz moved their belongings from their home on South Thorington street to a room In the C. T. Chubb home Friday. They rented their home furnished to Coach and Mrs. Ken Meroer, who moved In the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy and daughter, Madeline, accompanied by their much loved pet dog, "Herman", visited at the home of Mrs. Kennedy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders Sunday and Monday. They returned to their home Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harm Helmers are the parents of a baby boy, weighing 8% pounds, who arrived last week Monday. The child is their second and alto the second grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. George Banwart. The baby has been named George Elmer. Dr. F. W. McAllister left Algona on Wednesday morning for his home in Hawarden, Iowa, where he will visit a few days before going to St. Joseph, Missouri, to continue his interneship at Mercy hospital. He has been with Dr. W. D. Andrews In the General Hospital during the summer. Mr. end Mrs. C. 8. Johnson were In Des Moines last Friday and Saturday. Sunday they took Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Vincent, of San Antonio, Texas, to Tracy, Minnesota,, wl)h them find brought home Mrs. Johnson's mother, and Mrs. Vincent's sister, Mrs. Jerome Pinnegan who will visit here. Mrs. Walter Fraser accompanied her son, Scott and wife and daughter, Peggy, Tuesday wtheir home in Philadel- gy, Tuesday to their home in Philadel- poisibly until Christmas. Scott and his family have been visiting with hia parents since August 12th. Scott is a mathematics instructor in a Philadelphia school. Mrs. C. E. Hagie, daughter, Eline, and son, Frederick, are visiting this week at the home of the former's moth, r. Mrs. Fred Phillips. The Hagies have been living at Gunnison, Colorado, where Mr. Hagie was superintendent of schools but are moving to Aurora, Minnesota, where he will serve in th.- same capacity. Mrs. Anna Stoctwtll of Long Beach California, came Thursday for a two wvfks stays in Altjcna, where the will viMt friends and look after her property. Sh," I.as been visiting in Eagle Grovt with relatives the greater part of the summer, and has aj o spent some time wiih her son in Clev-| land. Ohio, and with friends in Clii- cago. Nick Barbaras and daughter. Bi-rua- dette of Harpers Ferry, another daugh • tir, Mrs. Fowler Hobos and husband of Minneapolis, who had iptnt Uu week end Iu Harpers Ferry, and another daughter, Mrs. John Bie^er and ,>ou if Algona and her husband. John, who had spent Saturday and Sunday in Harpers Ferry cLrovu here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs returned Sunday welling to their home iu Minneapolis but Mr. Barbwis und daughter will remain, fcvre indefinitely. Mr^> W ' J Hiyne u> still uuotr.cr ditught.r ol Mr. MADELYN ECKHOLM, SWEA CITY GIRL, BRIDE IN PRETTY GARDEN WEDDING Swea City: Madelyn Alyce Eckholm, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm was united In marriage to Mllford R. Anderson of aowrle at 12:30 Sunday, August 26, at the home of the bride's parents. The ring ceremony was read by Rev. Raymond Swanson and the wedding took place out of doors with garden flowers of asters, gladlolas, delphiniums forming a striking background and a proper setting for the marriage, of one of our most popular and talented young women. Attendants w*re Ardella Anderson, sister of the groom and Wendell Eckholm, brother of the bride. Men-' delssohn's wedding march was played by Miss Eunice Jensen. Guests In- cluded Immediate relatives and a few Intimate friends. A one o'clock luncheon was served by Mrs. J. H. Knutson at the Commercial Hotel. Table decorations were Ophelia roses. The bride Is a graduate of the Swea City high school, and also completed a four year coll-fge course at Grlnnell. She has taught school two years at Gow- rle and has also been employed at Younkers store at Des Moines the past few months. The groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Anderson, prominent residents of Gowrte and Is a college graduate being associated with the Goodrich Tire Co. at Des Moines where the couple will make their future home. Hosts of friends extend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson visited Sunday In Eagle Grove with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Falkenhainer and two children returned Monday evening after about a two weeks' vacation In their cottage on Lac Court d' Orell- les, Wisconsin. Miss Maude McBroom of Iowa City is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Miss McBroom Is the principal in the elementary school at the university. Mrs. A. M. Jones of Freemon, Nebraska, arrived in Algona Saturday and visited with Mrs. G. H. Free. Tuesday she left for Burt where she expected to visit other friends. Delia, Harlan and Helen Frankl returned Friday evening from Sliver City, South Dakota, where they have spent most of the summer with their mother. Mrs. Frankl will return later. Mr. and Mrs. W. Engel and daughter, Florence and Helen of Davenport, arrived at the Wm. C. Dau home Sunday for a week's visit there and with their son, Fred, who is employed in the Dau garage. Phllomena Qulnn and Betty Backus accompanied the latter's mother, Mrs. Sid J. Backus and daughter, Eleanor, to Des Moines Sunday. Mrs. Backus and Eleanor have been visiting in Algona the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hllllard of Dubuque and Mrs. Frank Hllllard of Ottumwa spent Saturday and Sunday at the A. A. Bishop home. The group had been vacationing In Minnesota and were on their way home. Loretta Howie and Oscar Erlckson will leave Sunday for Rhlnelnnder, Wisconsin, where they will meet Mrs. Erickson who has been visiting her mother there. The three Will then go to the Worlds Fair at Chicago. Mrs. Frank Mann of Okoboji is at Burt this week helping to care for her fatlter, W. E. Stahl, who is not in the beet 1 of health. Mrs. Mann accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walter tiorenc, who spent the week end at Okoboji, as far a* Burt. Miss Helen Nlman of Ottumwa, Miss Hazel Fritz of Clarion, Mrs.. R. H. Stewart of Kanawha. Miss Carrie Baxter of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Mary Lucas of Kanawha were guests of Mrs. L. Q. Baker Friday. Mrs. Lucas Is Mrs. Baker's mother. . Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nasby spent Friday and Saturday with Mm. Nasby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. The Nasbys were on the way to their home In Omaha from a two weeks' trip through Port Arthur and Winnipeg, Canada, and other points In Canada. Fred Oberman, former field man In this locality for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., has been visiting Algona friends the past few days while on his vacation. Mr. Oberman Is now located at Pontlac. Illinois, with the loan department of the Metropolitan. Mrs. E. J. Rawson left Sunday afternoon for Anamosa to make a visit for an Indefinite time with her two sons and their families. She has rented her furnished house to Mr. and Mrs. Henley. Mr. Henley Is connected with the highway commissioner'? office. Chalmer Cooper, who has been employed In the printing office In the Iowa State College at Ames during the summer, spent the week end with hte parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cooper. The Coopers moved the latter part of last week Into the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schemel. Ambrose Call, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Call, of Des Moines spent the week end in Algona visiting friends and relatives. He was accompanied home by Josephine Murtagh, who is employed In Des Moines and who had spent from Friday until Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. SJostrand returned Saturday from Kane, Pennsylvania, where they had visited Mrs. SJostrand's parents, Mr. and Mis. C. A. Benson. While they were gone they also vlflted In New York state, and on the way home attended the Worlds Fair and visited at Lake Ciiy, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and daughter took Mrs. Barnard's sister, Grace Van Arnem who has been visiting at the Barnard home, to Minneapolis Sunday where they visited friends and relatives. Miss Van Arnem went to her home in Fargo, North Dakota, from there and the Barnards returned here. George Hackman left Tuesday to resume his teaching in the vocational education department of the Knoxville. Tennessee, schools after spending ihe summer wiuh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman. Sr. Geor-ae har> been taking work on his Ma.-ter's decree while ti/achinut and expects to leceive hio degrc-j during tlie coming year. Mrs. J E MoulcU received word that In r M.<:er. Mrs. Sara Daley of Kemp- luii. Illinois, had passed away Saturday evening. Mrs. Daley was ar.und BU years old. She hud suflX-rtd a strok.- about two years ago and Mnce thru had been in poor health but she had been seriously ill only a few dav.v Mtv Diilvv v.u^ the olde.st. of six sisters and was the lirst to pass away. Two of lu-r fiv brothers nreceeded her in death. Mrs. Moulds was unable to a-tend the funeral cervices which were held Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Heiberg and .,011. Verlin of Newton and the former's mother from Sheldahl and Mr. and Mr- RiiiKiicnberg of Newton arrived In Algona Sunday. Th«.- Riiiggeiibergt visited at tlie WQlard Ringgtnberg home and the Ht-lbergi. visited at the Ail Heiberg home. The eld.-r Mrs. Heiberg is remaining here at the hunie . f I.IT .1,11 lor a visit but tlie rest of the party returned to their homes on Sunday. Vivian Dale Is the new clerk at the Sorensen drug store. She began her new duties Monday. Katherlne Van Ness left Saturday for Iowa Falls where she will teach second grade this coming year. Drusilla Caughlin returned Sunday after spending a week with her former schoolmate, Maxlne Crosby, at Clarks- vllle, Iowa. Eleanor Norton left Friday for Marshalltown where she will teach history In the high school for the coming school year. Mrs. Wm. Hagerhorst of Eagle Orove and Mrs. A. K. Cliff of Ames were guests on Tuesday and Wednesday of Mrs. N. C. Rice. Evelyn Hodges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges, left Saturday for La Crosse, Wisconsin, where she will again teach this year. Mrs. D. H. Goeders and daughter, Helen, returned Wednesday from Chicago where they spent ten days visiting relatives and friends and attending the Worlds Fair. Valeria Plckett began work .Monday as stenographer for the Harrington & Lowe law firm. She had previously been doing part time work for Attorney Lawrence Wlnkel. An eight pound baby boy was born to Dr. and Mrs, F. C. Scanlan Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. The Scanlans now have four children, the other three being girls. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk, the former's mother and sister, Mrs. Mae Hoenk and Jessie, returned Friday evening from Chicago where they had atended the World* Fair since the previous Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oreenberg left on Tuesday morning for Rochester where Joe will go through the clinic. He has not been in the best of health the past few months and decided to have the Rochester doctors look into the matter. Mrs. Fred Ward and children, with the exception of Stella, left Saturday for Chicago, where they will make their home with the former's unmarried uncle. Stella left the same day for New Jersey where she will stay with -an aunt. O. B. Murtagh spent Friday night in Algona and called on some of his friends while on hia way to Lake Okoboji to attend the big democratic rally and barbecue Saturday. (Charlie ta perhaps the busiest man in Iowa. As state comptroller he has charge of every cent spent by the state of Iowa. ITHEATRE CHATTER The faU moving picture brainen is getting away to a good start at the Call Theatre, with Manager Rice announcing his program for the flrtt half of this month, and any movie follower can scrutinize the calendar, which Is in this week's paper, and see for hmUelf that the new releases are well represented. • • • Janet CUynor and Lew Ayrea, two of the stars in "State Fair," are back together again li: "Servant's Entrance." The dtals with Janet, wealthy, and Lew, poor. But Janet plays the part of a maid servant, and Lew toes for her In a big way. If Lew Is like other movie stars playing scenario parts, he will gn real mad when he finds out about Janet's money, but K he played the part as most men play It, he would kick his heeh for joy at the stroke of good luck. • • • Harold Lloyd U Hollywood's second richest star. "The Cat's Paw is his newest release, Friday and Saturday of this week. Una Merkel plays the feminine lead. Harold is the son of Chirw&e missionaries; he Is used to the Chinese, but American ways sort of flabbergaH him, until he gets his second wind. Then he runs for mayor, turns the tables on gangsters, and throws in a plentiful supply of humor. If vou like Chines.;- philosophy, take along your notebook and jot down a few notes. • • • "The \V«rld Moves on," with Franchot Tom:. Ls the Sundav ami Monday leluse. This i.s the picture that made Joan Crawford bite fer njiijernail*. because Franciiot play;, opposite Madaline Carroll, one of the screen's newest beauties. A colured musical, and other shorts, round out UK- program. • • • "Iteturri of Terror" is the Bunk Night feature. Tuesday, with Lyle Tal- bol and Mary As'or. • • • A typical Clark Gable-Jouji Crawford picture is "Chained." P-. rliaps Franchot Tone bit hi.i nntj< j rnails when this wa-j .scrtt-ned: wiiu wouldn't w:ih Clark Pabli' playing opposite tin- !auy in question. But Clark, they u-11 us. is happily married, d' (-pile the fact that millions of girls ooh and aah. at the mention of his name. Wcdn;-.-- dav. Thursday and Friday of next week. Tills is a big picture. Charged With Possession Jens Knudion. Algeria. was b.uii<i to the grand jury, Saturday, by Ju.^Mci.' H. B. White oil a charge of illegal poss-.tijion of intoxicating li- uuor. Bond wai iet at $125 and furnished. Gets Seven Years A. LaUiincr, Bancroll. 'was to ceven >eais in the peui- t niJury at WeU ti-r Ci r y recently for pa.-^iiii{ worthless $63 ci.eck St. Benedict Folks Observed Their 33rd Wedding Anniversary St. Benedict: Sunday being the 33rd w-edding anniversary of Mr .and Mrs. Joe Clnk, the children of this worthy couple came In at noon and surprised them, bringing with them well filled baskets. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence CInk of St. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ctnk and their daughters, Evelyn, Hekn and Phyllis, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Clnk and son, Richard, all of Wesley; Irene, only daughter of the Clnks is staying at home with her parents. The rest of Ihe day was spent in visiting and all reported an enjoyable time. Mrs. Wm. Elch and Miss Mary Rlt- zenthaler were shoppers at Algona on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Otto Beckman ww subject of an operation Tuesday morning at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. Rev. H. B. Kramer spent several days the past week at Fairmont with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kramer. Miss Lorraine Huschka left Sunday for Wesley where she will be employ- d at the Julius Studer home for some time. A baby boy came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rahm Friday. They have two other children, both girls. Mrs. Cliff Dehirert and family returned Saturday afternoon to her home at St. Paul after having spent the past month with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. .I.mjnerfall and the' latter's mother. Mm. Frances Rahm spent a week ago Sunday at Claremont, Minn., at the Fred Mulert home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr returned Friday from Coon Rapids, where they visited Rev. B. H. Loeffelholtz and housekeeper, Marte Moes for several days. Rev. Loeffelholtz was the former pastor here. Mr. and Mrs. Herman SSsenbarth of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Eisenbnrth of Renville, MIrtn., and Miss Rose Elsenbarth of Morgan, Minnesota, came Sunday and spent the day with relatives here. They returned to their homes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Amdorfer Mid family and Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Ven- telcher and family drove to Rockwell City Sunday where the Nepple reunion was held that day. Mrs. Arridorfer and Mrs. eVntelcher were Nepple daughters before their marriage, other members of the Nepple family from Roselle. Willey and Carroll met them there, where they enjoyed a picnic dinner and the rest of the time was spent In visiting. Visitors Sunday evening at the Mrs. Rose Arndorfer home were" Mr. and Mrs. Herman Elsenbarth. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elsenbsrth and Rose Els- Mrs. Herman Eisenbarth, Mr. and Andrew Eisenbarth and Rose Elsen- barth. all of Minnesota, Oenevlera Arndorfer and Oorge Olson of Algona, Ann Sterner of Wesley. Marie Orangenett and Mr. and Mrs. A. 3. Fehr. Supper Honors Wesley Day Winners Wesley: A buffet supper honoring the winners of first places in the Wesley Day celebration parade, namely, the members of the wedding party and Mae West, was held at the Legion rooms Saturday night and was attended by 65 children and grown-ups. The bridal party consisting of ten tiny tots were seated at a long table In the middle of the room and was surrounded by guests of the evening who were placed at six other tables. Tables were prettily decorated In 9?asonal flowers, with plenty to eat and Jolly fun accompanying the meal. Here's real news—Lower Prices on tires at 1000 Gamble Stores—And re- nlember, thdyVe guaranteed. against road hazards. 4.40-21 Long Drive. $4.20. 30x3%. $3.45. 38 Salute a New Season- Be Radiant in /J a Marlene Special The Opia A style masterpiece in finest black kid, featuring the newest side buckle vogue and semi-boot effect with contrast traced stitching and tlie smartest high boulevard heel. Why not? They're smart. ion That Combines Price with Satisfaction Tiic entire printing department of The Alyuiia Tjijier Des Moines is at your .service in your printing needs. For Jit- lle job.s or for big runs of extravagantly planned literature, we are equipped to serve you. Our i'riees Will Please You. 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