The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 20,1934 FENTON WOMEN'S MISSION GROUP PLANS PROGRAM FOR FALL SEASON Mrs. C. Of. Humphrey to Fill Office of President; 7 New Members Feoton: The Women's Foreign Missionary society met last Thursday afternoon In the Methodist church parlors. Mrs. Rattle Welsbrod resigned ae president and Mrs. C. O. Humphrey was elected to fill her office. Six of the Standard Bearer members, Ardls Voiflt. Donna Jean Bailey, Gladys Stoeber, Ruth Glaus, Bernlce Kramer and Isabelle Weiabrod presented a play entitled "Christmas at a Mission Station." Seven new members have loln- «d the society since the new year be- irain. They are the Mesdames E. O. Weisbrod, B. N. Kyhl, J. B. Hansen. John GlJllngham, George Goetsch. Arthur Vlow, and Howard Reeder.. The hostesses were Mrs. Charles Weisbrod and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod. Clifford Sprains Knee Haase sprained his knee last week Monday while hitching up & team of horses. They started and the tongue struck him. He has been walking with the aid of a cane since. He is working on the Herman Gade farm. Gene, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Newel, had his finger broken last •week while playing baseball at school. Guest at Shower Elsie Kohlwes was guest of honor at a prenuptlal shower at the home of her sister. Mrs. Everett Dreyer. Saturday evening. The evening was spent in playing bridge. About 25 were In attendance. Mrs. C. F. Wegener won high score prize and Virginia Huskamp received the consolation prize. Miriam Hopkins, Bing Crosby, in "She Loves Me Not", at Call, Sept. 26-27-28 It is so easy to Save at Our Store It Is our desire to sell you the highest quality foods at the lowest possible price. We suggest that you fill your pantry shelves with our fine quality foods now. Buy Them By The Dozen. Pwt ToMtieB, Amble crtap corn flakes, 2 Urge package* Z3c Big Value Sweet Pickle*. large Jar «*» A-B-C DUl Fickle*, qt. Jar 21e Ginger Ale, Lime Rickey, White Soda, b)r vtfee. finest quality a» .v lOc and 18c Tomatoes, fancy hand picked. No. Z can 1S« Pea*, pine Cone, Z No. Z cam 27c ,; Starch, com or gia*i 2 U> pkg 15e Ovaltlne, a noariabJng drink. regular 50c can 39c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 1 ov pkg '« Gelatin Deaaert, all flavors, per pkg. B« Peanut Batter, big value, 24 o*. Jar »• Prewrres, Hawkcye, Imitation Strawberry, qt. Jar Z*e Crackcn, Freab Bakt, Mda or Graham, 2 Ib. caddy «• Tea, 8BTer CSr*ati«nt, V, Ib. pkg. ™° Salad Dreaaiag, 1000 Island or Sandwich Spread, rich and creator, A-B-C, fancy quality, ouart Jar £*° nte*> Choice, 5 ft*. ZBC Lima Beans, choice California 2 n>» ;-- 19c Nav» Bcane, choice hand picked, 5 !b». z «° Oysters. A-B-C, 5 ox. can ..We Magic Washer, Uie Inodern «oap powder, large pkg. *»« Laundry Soap, Big 4 Whit* Naphtha, 10 bars *'« Coffee, pound &* •. H«nhey*s Cocoa, full Ib. can I3c , | Baking Chocolate, Henhey's ( i/, Ib. bar Kc J WheatkB, whole wheat flakes, large package 13c Prices for Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21-22 LONG'S Food Shop Miss Kohlwes will be married this week Tuesday to Paul Ehrler of this place. Mrs. Tobias Maiwwer of Cylinder Is visiting at the home of her son. Melvin this weeTc. William Donahue, Sr.. went to Lu- Verne Friday to attend th* funeral of his brother-in-law. Burdette Alderson met wflh a painful inlury Friday when he had two fingers badly cut In a corn binder. G. Wlebel of Lowden Is the new teacher at the Lutheran parochial school. He took charge Monday. Chart's Ulfers accompanied bv Henry Wilberg and Carl Voigt spent, last week at the World Fair in Chicafro. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Baker of Armstrong visited Sunday at the homes of Mrs. Emma Curry and F. J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hendrlckson and sen, Denny. Jr., wsre entertained at the George Boettcher home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber went to Minneapolis last wwk Tuesday on business. They returned Wednesday evening. Henry Mar of Minneapolis came on Saturday for a visit at the Chris Wld- del home. He returned home Sunday evening. Elsie Bleckwenn left last Mondav for Cedar Falls to take up her second year's work at ithe Iowa State Teachers' College. The east division of the Methodist congregation will serve a fried chicken supper to the public Wednesday even- Ing, September 26. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean were visitors at the Wallace Brown home In Gruver last Thursday. Mrs. Brown was the former Zelma Dltsworth. Fred Grerrnnels 'left Friday after a ben weeks' visit at the home of his Ister, Mrs. Fred Kueck«r and other •elatives for his home In Dubuoue. Mr. and Mrs. John Light went to Iowa Falls Saturday for a visit until Tuesday at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brooks. The members of the Woman's club held their first meeting of the club year last week Tuesday at the home of tfrs. Bertha Ohm with Mrs. Lillian Voettler, assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs W. J. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod and daughters, Anna May and Marilvn were entertained at the Arthur Rave home In Rlngsted Sunday. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and Mrs. E. C. McMahon of Algona accompanied bv Mrs. May Grapotte of San Antonio. Texas, visited last Thrusdav at the home of Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and children Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and MRS. JOHN STOVER, MRS. I. K. PAULEY DIE AT WEST BEND IN PAST WEEK 105 State Street Right up In Center of town WHERE MEAT IS MEAT Paoncs 214-215 family were wtertalned at the Lester Johnson home near Bancroft Sunday. Carrie Heiden returned to her home in Duluth, Minn., after a two weeks' visit with her toster. Mrs. J. T. Walte Mrs. R. Heiden. of the same place, remained here for a more extended vit- It. The W. J. Welsbrods received a message this week Monday of the death of Christina Adolph of San Jose. Illinois. Miss Adolph Is a cousin of Mr. Weisbrod and his brothers, and has visited here. . Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Humphrey celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary Sunday. Sept. ». Mrs. Hunnnhrev's oar- entsrMr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller of rUngsted spent the day with them In lonor of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod and grandson, Wayne Alderson and the Rev. and Mrs. Hotchklis of Cylinder were entertained Sunday at the Burdette Aldreeon home west of town. The Rev. Hotchklss Is a former Methodist pastor at Burt. Mr and Mrs. Ed Russels of Spokane, Washington and Mrs. Anna Drone of Algona were Saturdav visitors at the homes of Mrs. Herman Leudtke and Mrs. Herman Krause. The latter two are cousins of Mrs. Russells. Mr and Mrs. John Bellinger and son. Clair, Mr. and Mrs. George Bol- llnger and famllv. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolllnger, Harvev Bolllngcr and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bolllnger and fam- llv were Sunday dinner guests at the Mlk-* Weisbrod home. Fred Olson was hostess at a shower honoring her niece and nephew. Delores Jean and Duane Dean, twins born recently to her sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad. There were 15 guests in atend- 11 nee and they received many beautiful and useful gifts. The Arbogast clan held a reunion at . New Ulm, Minn., Sunday. There were /1 a total of 56 In attendance. Those at- tending from Fenton were: Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago and daughters, Leona and Lillian, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Huskamo and sons, LeRoy and Robert. Arthur Hengel accompanied his brother-in-law, Frank Schattschneider of Whittemore to Dss Moines last week Monday on a business mission. Thev were accompanied home by Mrs. Louise Rominger who will visit her mother. Mrs. Jacob Hengel and other relatives until this week Thursday. Arthur Kuecker and August Krause left Sunday for Ames where thev will take up their work at the state agricultural colkge. This is Arthur's third year of dairy Industry. August is beginning his second year of veterinary training. Harold Newel will leave this week Wednesday for the sam« ccflege and will major In chemistry technology. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warner and daughter. Sally Ann and Lola Warner came Saturday from Des Moines for a visit at the parental Sam Warner home. Hazel Weisbrod. a student of the Four C College accompanied them and visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs F. J. Wteisbrod. Thev all wturned home Sunday evening except Lola who will remain at home for a time. Both Moved to West Bend In 1890's; Many Relatives Survive The Man About Town Says We've transplanted this practical type of jacket from the land of the Soviet This Siberian Model is made with the popular Cossack band and side buckles that recall the dashing cavalry of the Czars. A smart and modern touch is added by the use of the ever popular zipper. No wonder it is so much in demand wherever a warm Jacket is required! You'll like this practical garment—which is tailored for us by (Hover. Grain Leather $7.50 Suedea _ _. $5.75 Woolens $3.95 MADSON & HANSON The Home of Better Values A ibort time ago one of the popular clerks at Chrlschilles It Herbst offered to fix a "date" for Gerald Steussy of Borchardt's. The bashful Gerald turned her down. Since that lime he has recovered from his shyness for he is taking regular trips to Bode and calling on a little Swede girl. Dae to his carcleaawn George Rohmer is taking a vacation from his cook- Ing duties, George climbed e ladder to oil a fan when his foot slipped catch- In In the top rung causing his body to be suspended. Not all the weight was on the la-lder bo:iu»? a wnitcr antwering his calls for help found George resting with his forearm on a hot griddle. The accident burned some of the meat off the arm but the cafe workers promised no one would be served with it. When In need of a food fellow remember John Storms. Answering a telephone call Thursday morning at 3:30 from Fort Dodge he learned the sad plight of twto stranded Algona men. John had the men to work on time via a fast trip. Dick Sharkelfiird is a hustling; youngster with hard luck trailing him. 3ick was graduated from the Algona ligh school last spring. He worked hard all summer, saved Ms money, ound a job for lUs board and room so that IK- might attend Simpson col- cge. When the time came to leave le DU- his money in rus s. v i»"d litch-hiked to school. Somehow or other he Is short ninety dollars lost r otherwise. Dick had seventy-five cents left but is going to try and stick t out. Preparedness is a big word and a pro at plan. Looking in at the Jack Johnston. Jr.. homo one mav find Bernard Green taking a course In the art of changing diapers. Mrs. Johnton is Bernard's sister which may account for the first hand experience be- ng possible. Witnesses have report;d him to be serious. It may be Bernard is contemplating things. Another baseball fan Joined the local circle when the Algona Hotel acquired the services of its present manager. The manager's wife Is an ardent lover of baseball and follows the magazines and papers like a veteran player. Her brother Is president of the Rochester team in the International league. The Hub clothing store is having a guessing contest. A beautiful tie will be award-fd the person who can guess the correct score of the Algona- Livermore football gaine Friday jiight Already the sponsors have had a surprise. The number of people trying their luck has necessitated a larger receiving box. How about the girls and women? Have they no award of- for their skill? West Bend: Mrs. John Stover passed away at her home here Mondav night at 11:40 after <a six weeks' Illness of heart trouble and complications. Alice Gertrude Hagaman was born on Oct. 10, 1856, at Janesville. Wisconsin She came with her parents to Iowa county, Iowa, when four years old. She grew to womanhood there and wfts married to John T. Stover April 16 1879. Nine children, six girls and three boys were born to this union. 5 girls having died In Infancy. Mr and Mrs Stover lived on a farm In Iowa county until March 1. 1889. when thev moved to West Bend, settling In Koa- suth county, later moving to their form home near Rodman. Thev resided there until March 1, 1920 when thev moved here to their present home. Her husband passed away Aug. 23. 1920. She is survived by four children, all grown Roy, of Rodman, Guv. Blanche and Merle at home: also two sisters. Mrs Nettle Moore of Kalona. Iowa, and Miss Ida Hagaman of Multenomah Oregon. The funeral services were held a the Methodist church. Thursday af ternoon at 2 o'clock conducted bv Rev. J. E. Clifton of Armstrong, a former pastor. Burial was In the West Bend cemetery beside the bodies of her husband and children. The pallbearers were Gorge Foley, Raymond Wilson. P. O. Dorwiler, Oscar Reltey. John Banwart and Henry Droesch. Mrs. Patdey Rites Mrs. I. K. Pauley passed awav at 7:30 Wednesday after an Illness of ten weeks at her home. Jennie Sedwlck was born at Sauk Citv. Wisconsin, on Mav 8, 1866. She was married (here Grant Center is Victor in Ledyard Ball Game, 3 to 2 Ledyard: Ledvard hgh school clav- ed their first baseball game at Grant Thursday lostnjr 8 to 2. Moulton Ditched for Ledyard and Barnes was catcher For Grant Kelky was pitcher and Boever catcher. The other Ledvard plnvers were: Lloyd. Warner. Brandt. Green, Dyer and Kollasch. Mrs. Link Entertains Mrs. Rov Link entertained the W. T. M. S. Friday afternoon. Elecilon :if officers was held and Mrs. Glenn iTahnke was elected president: Mrs. V. A. Barrett, vice president: Mrs. Rov Link, tecertarv; Mrs. D. Bt. Mnver. treasurer. Mrs. Joe Mavne was the if Urine president and had fntthfullv fulfilled the office for sev«n vears. Mrs. Marv Tillmonev was taken ill Friday night. The V. A. Barretts spent Sundav at Llvermore with Mrs. Barrett's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Hendrickson of Blue Earth were Sunday visitors at .lie George Hagge home. Mr. and Mrs. H«rm Dont.le are the parents of a girl born Sent. 8. She has been named Martha Ann. Rav Estles went to Acklev Sundav with their daughter, Mrs. Raymond Winter and husband of Swea Citv. A miscellaneous shower w*a$ held for Clarice Berhow last Thursday. She and Ar'.hur Runkm«ier were recently married. Ralph Olsen went to Ellsworth Wed- esday on business. His father. N. P. )lsen came home with him for a short isit h«re. Mrs. Gladys Enftelhart. of Denver, Colorado, her brother. Rex Austin and wife of Lone Rock, spent Sundav at he J. H. Hartshorn home. Last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske, Herbert Zielske and rs. Harriett Matzner visited Elmer Zlelske. who Is In the Mankato hosnl- al. The Leon Wordens are having a furnace Installed in their home. Mrs. Worden'a father, Edw. Campbell of Seneca Is coming to live with, them loon. Mrs. Otto Rlchter of Elmore. her daughter. Mrs. Clifton Engelby and son and Mrs. Montgomery of Forest City, spent Thursday at the Leon Worden lome. Mrs. E. A. McCorkle. Mrs. E. W. Pfahler. Vera McCorkle of Mason Citv and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCorkle of Kansas City, Missouri, were guests at the Ralph Olsen home Tuesday. The following grouo will entertain the M. E. Ladles' Aid In the chtn-ch basement this week Thursday: Mesdames Thompson, N. A. Plngle. Burrows. Olson. Laurltzen and Joe Mavne. Election of officers will be held. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sailing of Klemme Mr and Mrs. T. H. Christiansen and family of Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson and family of lies Moines and Mrs. Alma Baack and fam- llv of Kanawha spent Sunday at the A. E. Laurltzen home. Tuesday, Mrs. Martha Gable moved Into the house vacated bv the August Knoners. Wednesday the J. H. wel- moved into their home where beenUvlng. On Thurs- he Harold Granners where the Knon- ers were. Friday evening In the school evm- nastum thirty freshmen were initiated by the sophomores with the faculty as (riiests. The freshmen had to do many itunts. Watermelon was served for uneh. The freshmen are: Edwin Stenhard, Norman Sampson, Elmer Paulson, Lorenz Nitz. Gkn Lloyd. Robert Kollasch. Mllford Herzog. Klng- sley Engelbv, Olen Dyer, Arlowe Blomc. ?enne1h Busch. Bernard Anderson. vlarlorle Steenhard, Margaret Smith. UiVbnne and Doris Olsen, Marporie Oswald. Doris McDonald. Betty MaU- ncr. Beulah Looft. Hazel Loge. Agnes Junkermelcr, Delorrs Hassebrock. Alvira Hnlvcrson, Geneva Gelhaus. Ruth Estle. Martorle Cn-isem, Jovce Corhus. Lena Bauman and Vernn B-:rglund. Mrs. C. L. Dittmer Rites on Saturday At Hurt Church Burt: Funeral services were held here Saturday afternoon at the Meth- cdlst church for Mrs. C. L. Dittmer. Rev. A. H. Wood had charge of the services. Interment was made In the Burt cemetery. Bnya Bart Property A deal was made last week when Firm Bewick purchased the E. P. Ellsworth property In the north part of town. The Bewicks will take possession the first of October. The house to now occupied by tl* Robert Janet family who are looking for a house to move Into. Tony Anderson Is enjoying a visit from his brother. Jim of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Etch of Lisbon came Saturday to visit Miss Clara Shaw. Gardner Patterson left last week for Michigan where he will attend college. Dr. and Mrs. H. 8. Van Vrankln spent the week end in Story City with relatives. Miss Iva Trunkhill and Edward Stewart went to oedar Falls to school Inst week. Mrs. Leo Bush Is at Iowa City where she Is at th* University hospital for treatment. Mrs. R. B. Waller of Algona spent Monday here with her sister, Mrs. H. W. Trainer. Walter Sorenfon drove to Savanah, Missouri, to spend the week end with Mrs. Sorenson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham Sunday. Miss Dorothy Clemans has taken the place of Miss Margaret Morness at Dr. Peters office. Mrs C. O. Cunningham from near Elmore spent Saturday here with her father. Julius Brlggs. Miss Ruth Hodgson and class of girls enjoyed a picnic Wednesday night at the home of Ella WoUz. CALL THEATRE SEPT. 16-OCT. 1 Algona, Iowa NORTHWEST IOWA'S SUMMER RESORT Ioe _AlT_(Water-*lne Sanltor. 60,000 cu. tt. "Kooler Aire" System. Call the nearest telephone operator for our program. They have the Information and are happy to serve you. « „,*„_ Sunday, IVUOi \jrauic a*t»\* •*»***•• — * —"• . , . day the Charles Hllfertys moved into the J. H. Welfare house on the edge of town. The Edw. Knoners are going o move where the HUtertva were and to Ira K. Pauley, Nov. 9. 1890. Thev ^_ __ Four childrcn'^vere born to this union. Mrs. . , moved to West Bend In 1892. Harvey Lnghani carried a storv in bin column in Monday's Register abou' the grotto at West Bend. It was won derful reading. Just like a article of ctfaeir (features qunarning interesting places in the country. Peo pie have come from California on the Paulev was a member of the Methodist church and was secretary of the Sunday School for 19 vears and attended ;o the duties of sorting the supplies until o week before she passed awav. She was a member of the Rebekah und Royal Neighbor lodges. She is survived by her husband. Hire* daughters. Mrs. Leslie Smith of Madella. Minn., Mrs. Axel Hansen, of West Bend, and Mrs. George White and James E. Pau- lev of Detroit. Michigan. The funeral services were held on Friday at 2 p. m. being conducted bv Rev. J. E. Clifton of Armstrong a former pastor assisted bv Rev. F. W. Whitford. Burial wias in the Bend cemetery. The pall bearers were Chas Thatcher. George Jacobs. Frank Shellmeycr. Jake Shcllmever, E. L. Blair and Raymond Wilson. Mrs. Wiliam Rllev Ls on the sick list this week. Mrs Marv Stoncr is ill at the home of her dauuhter, Mrs. C. C. Miller. Miis Florence Foley k-ft Mondav for Iowa Citv where she will attend the state university. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shtllmver of Whittemore spent Sundav at th; Joseph Mikes home. Miss Gezina Schutt/cr. who teaches at Haifa spent Sundav with home folks Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv Schutter. A baby daughter was born at the E. Walker horn-. Friday to Mr. and ilrs. Ervln Barginan of Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hitmen and their aughler, Juunita and I. K. Paulev icn; Sunday at Mad.lia. Minn., with lalives. Mrs. Ina Nvln left Saturday evening or Santa Barbara. C'alilornia. after Wilding the tummer with her mother. Irs. F. Folev. Mr and Mrt. George Peters of Ri-n- vick sprllt the wet k end with tlKir augliters, Mrs. A. J. Jensen and Mrs. iavev Jacobs. Mr and Mr=. Doloh Myers of South Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. Kublv of Lu- Vtrne were calling en their old neigh- ,oit, Mr. and Mrs Wm. Rilev Sunday. Former Wesleyan Buried in Illinois Wesley: Fun-.ral services for Michael Schrauth, who was nearing his 68th birthday anniversary, and who died at his hfiiie in Geneva, Illinois. Tuesday afternoon, were held in the local Catholic church in Wesk-y Saturday morning at eight o'clock with the Rev A. J. Wagener in charge. Mr. Schrauth passed away following a three weeks illness, two weeks of which were spent in bed. The Schrauth family lived north of town until about 16 years ago when they movvd to Geneva, Illinois, where they operated a dairy farm. Funeral services were held at Geneva Thursday morning, and the body arrived in Wesley Friday. Mr. Schrauth is survived by his wif--- and five children. Mrs. Anna Goeu and Bernard Schrauth of MONEY To build, ptfflnanoe or remodel Kossutti Oountv homes on our easy monthly payment plan. See us today. The Algona Building & Loan Ass'n Mon.-Tues., Sept. 17-18 Wed.-Thura., Sept. 19-20 10 People ROAD SHOW 10 People DENVER DARLING, Master Ceremonies HALE SISTERS, Sweethearts of Danceland NEWTON & SMELTZ, Comedians THREE BANJOIJERS JERI NELSON, Blues Singer PICTURE PROGRAM WM HATNES JUDITH ALLEN ' TED FIORTTO AND HIS BAND The Most Famous Girls—Wampus Stars Hudson Metzgcr Dancing Girls in a musical Comedy Sensation "YOUNG AND BEAUTlfUL" $125.00 BANK NIGHT TUESDAY $125.00 VIRGINIA BRUCE COLIN OLIVE In Charlotte Bronte's famous Classic JANE EYRE" Special Booking for Appreciative Patrons Successor to 'Smllln' Thru' & 'Little Women BERNICE CLAIRE J. HARVEY MURRAY In a romantic operetta, glorious singing "WHO 18 THAT GIRL" DICK POWELL RUBY KEELER JOAN BLONDELL "DAMES" Fri.-Sat., Sept. 21-22 Gene Stratton Porter's "A GIRL OF THE LIMBERLO8T" GARY COOPER CAROL LOMBARD Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Sept. 23-24.25 __ Wad TVmrs -Pri BTNG CROSBY MIRIAM HOPKINS wea.-inurs.-rn. KITTY CARLISLE the family sees this one. Sept. 26-27-28 "SHE fcOVES ME NOT" Saturday, Sept. 29 Zanc Grey's Covered Waron Type "WAGON WHEELS" RANDOLPH SCOTT GAIL PATRICK Sun.-Mon., Sept. 30-Oct 1 MIRIAM HOPKINS JOEL MC CRAE "THE RICHEST GIRL IN THE WORLD" A lavish comedy-drama. Also technicolor, "Pastry Town" Coming—Ann Harding, Paul Lukas in "The Fountain, af»o the new technicolor, 'La Cuecracha'; Richard DU, Irene Donne In 'Clmmaron' &BX>^^ September Bargai Furniture Wesley. Cornelius and Victor of Geile- iiiid another daughter. Adelaide of west and from the N-.-w England state-: on the east to visit this no'ed plate.; va. - - , di d , ff d ^r i^sz r ir';£' rse o/r, e^r^^ grotto. A world wid--- scenic and educational feature at our back door and We ignore it. Ix-ini; cor.tented 10 dri>-; hundreds <-f miles to act something ut less ilv lived at Wesley. All members ex- cp- Adelaide were here lor the lun- erul. Burial took, in the St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery here m the family lot. Living Room Dining Room and Bedroom Suites || Rugs and Linoleums Priced for Quick Sale Sbup around first, lliuii you ran ™>!ly «t-i- "lial a Hiving you can luaki Foster Furniture Co.«<to<^^ I

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