The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1934 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 25, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 25, 1934 K. J. SMITH'S OF BURT IN MOTOR MISHAP, FRIDAY Machine Badly Damaged Near Humboldt, But Nobody Injured Burt: The K. J. smith family rmt with an accident Friday when enroute to Jefferson. They were about seven miles this side of Humboldt when a car turned out to pass another car and In doing so struck their car. No one was injured but their car was badly damaged. They were returned home and borrowed a car to go to the football game at Ames Saturday. To Raise Chickens Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clarke moved last week into their new home which they recently purchased. The place is known as the Charley Godden place and It is a five acre tract ot land. Mr. Clarke plans to raise chickens. Gives Theatre Party Mrs. Ross Rash gave a theatre party one night last week In honor of her daughter, Norma's tenth birthday. Miss lone Moyer will room at the Mrs. Ryerson home this winter. Mrs. Walter Lockwood has been suffering from an infection in her foot. The Birthday Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. O. C. Oiddlngs Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guide of Bancroft spent Sunday at the C. C. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller of Algona were guests at the H. W. Trainer home Sunday. Miss Virginia Thaves Is home from Minneapolis where she has been the past month. Miss Margaret Morness came up from Ames to spend the week end with her parents. Mrs. Violet Walston and Mrs. Esther Duncan spent Thursday at the Don Praser home. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and Condit Bowie attended the football game at Ames Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks of Algona spent Sunday at the a. U. Fairbanks home. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell were guests at the E. J. Murtagh home In Algona Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Boettcher spent the week end at the E. C. Wetsbrod home In Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and their children -spent Sunday at the Lewis Lowman home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and their daughter attended the Ames-Iowa foot ball game at Ames Saturdr.'. Miss Evelyn Neltzel was operated on for appendicitis at the Algona hospital Tuesday evening of last week. The Auxiliary ladles will meet at the home of Mrs. H. A. Smith Friday afternoon. The ladies will work. Mrs. Myrtle Rngsdorf and aon, Robert of Bancroft spent Thursday even- Ing at the Fred Rlngsdorf home. The Woman's club met Monday night at the homy of Mrs. H. O. Buell. Miss Alice Eighme was assisting hostess. John Rash entertained a number of his friends at a party in honor of his 8th birthday Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Nordln moved into the Foster house last week. Mr. Nor- dln recently purchased this property. Miss Iren? Atcn came home from Alta, to spend two weeks vacation wltn her parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Atcn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Small of Washington last week. The ladies a'.e sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and their children were guests at the home of Mrs. Sarah Trenary near Lakota Sunday. lone Godfredson and Lydia Mansmith were dinner guests of Marie Baliling Sunday night in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Violet Walston left Monday for her home in Meyers Falls, Washington after visiting relatives here for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. A. H Meinzer, Mrs. R. M. Wallace and Marie Orover spent Thursday and Friday In Des Moines. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter Friday of last week Mrs. R. L. Cogdill is caring for Mrs. Carter and baby. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. Mr and Mrs James Knoll spent Sunday afternoon at Buhalo Center at the Bennett Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sperring and daughter, Clara and Mr. and Mrs. N A. Halverson were guests at the C. L and B. L. Phelps home. Russell Hammerstrum moved his family and household goods into the Mrs. Lura Sewick house, which was vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, anc Lydla and Victor were dinntr guests o the L- W. GlUesple home. Lydia called on Evelyn Nettael In the Algona hospi tal. Mr. (By E. C. Allen) €has. Arfiker, llvta* In the West Bend territory was jbusy putting cobs in the basemenjt the other day, when I sailed, but of course was not too busy to subscribe to The Al- jona Upper Des Molnes. At the F. J. Anderegg place they were Just finishing butchering a hog. The corn pickers will do plenty to that. —o— Guess I struck butchering day, as 3has. Bormann was cutting up meat. Chas. is on the corn-hog committee a has been a busy man this summer. Over at the Balgeman place, Geo. was busy changing a tire. My sympathy George, I do it too once in a while, but what would the tire men do f they never wore out? I happened along at the Elmer Ladwig place Just at noon, so didn't stop ong as Elmer was at the house and I lidn't want to keep him ifrom his inner. —o— At the Mary Erpelding farm they were painting a wagon, no doubt lengthening the life of that. While there added them to our already long list f subscribers. George Wichtendahl was at the Edwin Wichtendahl place.. I saw they were busy running a corn picker, as it was damp and sticky that day I did not go out to the field as I thought they would not care to stop anyway. —o— • The other day when I stopped at Ui e Carroll Potter place, Carrol was busy epairlng the fence around the hog yen. Carroll says It is a good sign, logs are doing well when they try to ;et out. The Potters Joined the long 1st of-Algona Upper Des Moines sub- cribers also. Another butchering bee was Boon to >e In progress at the August Berneau arm when I called there the other lay. They had the water almost hot. August's landlord has erected a new ,orn crib and granary on the place, which Is about completed. and Mrs. L. D. Hodgson anc daughters, Esther and Ruth, returned home Friday evening after visiting Dr and Mrs. C'. O. Patton at El Paso, Illi nois. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Neeling, Mrs Minnie Whitmus and Alfred Neclini drove to dierokee Sliiday to visit H-inry Heeling, who has been there fo several weeks. Mrs. J. P. Cuinnlngham uliderwen an operation at the University hospita at Iowa City on Tuesday of last week Bhe is reported as getting along nice ly at this time. Swan Anderson of Wilmar, Minn came down Friday to visit at the hoin of his daughter, Mrs. D. L. McDonald Mrs. Anderson, who has been here to some time, returned home with Mi Andenoii Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorf of Al- goua spent Friday evening here with Ruy's parenls, Mr. aud Mrs. W. A. Lad- t-udorf. Mrs. Ladeiidorf lias been vii- itmg h-:r parents at Cedar liupicis for the past, two wtt'k;. Mi', and Mrs. Floyd l>iuicuii und son, Mr. jnii Mw. Tan Tri-nary und their children. Mis. Violet Walston were supper guests at the H. A. Smith home Saturday evening. It wui Runiona Jean's tourlh birthday aud UK diiiuer was in her honor. Juy Graham acoompiiukd her KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS I/mto Smith and Edward Allen, FteH Representatives nephew, Donald Matson to Denver, Colorado, Thursday of last week. Mrs. Graham will attend the wedding of her on, Merwyn. He was married to Miss Claire Thompson. Mrs. Graham will also visit her sister, Mrs. Will Dearchs and family. Mrs. J. W. Dorranoe gave a dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Vlargaret Rash. Miss Rash expects to go to Evanston, Illinois, where she has i position. Those present were Mrs !ver Nordln, Mrs. Maude Hanna, Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson, Jennie Thompson and Margaret Rash. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rlngsdorf and children of Iowa Falls spent Sunday a j Fred Ringsdorf home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rlngsdorf and three daugh ters also spent the day at the Rings dorf home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stot and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 3race and son spent th? afternoon a' lie Rlngsdorf home. CfC03S8»»3XOWX03S05K83S85S8»aK8K^ LOTTS CREEK NEWS | #8^0ffa&o&^^ Marie Schallin is working at the 1 Ben Schmidt home at present. Ada Ficrte spent Thursday and Friday at the Driver home in Algona. Mrs. Martin Meyer spent the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Bill Leinlnger. Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and children visited with the Otto Wichtendahl family on Tuesday evening. Dolores Smith is again at home af- er working at the Hugo Mittag home at Fenton for the past two weeks. (By Loots B. Smith) David Pink, an* old rafafcrfltar of ours, who lives belt, we^n Buffalo Cen]ter and Tltonka is one of the youngest Did men I have seen for a long time. Mr. Pink, who i^ 86 years 3f age, was helping shingle the htfus? which Is a job that :alls for sure footing and! quiet nerves, ind of which he 3eems to have con- 4rol over as well as a man forty years younger. Mr. Pink's son, John Pink, of course handks the big end of the farming but I have never stopped there yet, but what Mr. 'ink, Sr., was not working at some- hlng. —o— Ed Saatoff, who lives In the neigh- jorhood northwest of Buffalo Center, was not home the evening I stopped here but I enjoyed a visit with his brother and his two helpers who had ust come in with a big load of corn. The Saatoff Bros, are moving to a farm north of Swea City In 1he spring and Ed Is now doing the fall plowing at said place. Ralph Ennenga of the »ame neighborhood expects to farm the >lace now operated by the Saatoff Bros. Carl Hamkin and his man who had >een husking corn and were forced to quit on account of rain that afternoon were getting ready to go to town when : stopped there, so didn't detain them ong. Mr. Hauskin says he has some of the best corn he has raised for years. W. A. Bra* of near Buffalo Center s one of our many new subscribers who are w:ll pleased with the principles, policies and management of our paper. W. A. was doing his evening chores when I was there and I notic- d that Mr. Brass had a new floor in ils horse barn which will be a big help this winter. John Krnll, who lives southwest of Titonka, in the Doan neighborhood, was, with the help of his wife, finishing up his potato digging. Said he didn't get very many potatoes this year, but ;hat what there were, were nice ones. I noticed that his potaoes were of nice fhape, with shallow eyes and asked him what kind they were. He said he could not renv-mber the name but that he got the seed from Ed Rike who lives west of Tltonka. —o— Larsen Bros., who operates a large farm northwest of Buffalo Center, were catching up a little on their reading matter the other rainy afternoon when I stopped there. The boys have bsen batching for several years and not only does the house show good care but also the other buildings and yards. Henry Larsen of northwest of Buffalo Center was not home the other afternoon when I stopped there but his wife said that Henry had been talking of taking our paper so of course they are now enrolled with the rest of the large family of The Algona Upper Des Moines. The Larsens built a new house this summer and Mrs. Larson said it sure was nice to have everything new and convenient. Mons Monson who farms a 160-arrc farm northwest of Buffalo Center has been on the same place for six years and expects to live Micro for several years to come if crops, prio:s, etc., Rive him a fair chance. OBITUARY OF MRS. THOMSEN OF LONE ROCK Husband amd Three Child ren Survive Beloved Lone Rock Resident Lone Rock: Funeral services were jeld at the Lone Rock church last Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 for Mrs. Andrew Thomsen and ter four day old >aby girl with Rev. S. M. Gladstone n charge. They were taken to Ames or burial, where services were held Vednesday afternoon by Rev. Glad- tone. Susie Ann Stoll was born In Boone :onnty, September 18, 1895, and pass- d away Oct. 14, 1934 at the Kossuth lospilal at Algona at the age of 39 years and 26 days. She was united in marriage to Andrew Thomsen February 24, 1923, at Des Moines. To this un- on were born four children, Verda- )elle, Gencvleve, Kenneth and the 'our day old baby girl who passed away i few hours after its mother. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen moved to Lone Rock March 1, 1924. At the age of 15, Mrs. Thomsen Joined the Christian church at Ames, ater transferring her membership to he Lone Rock Presbyterian church. She leaves to mourn her death her nusband and three children, her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stoll of Ames, six sisters, Mrs. Frank Whee- er, Mrs. Rose Smith and Mrs. J. M. Christ, all of Ames, Mrs. L. I. Potte of Ontario, Iowa, Mrs. Joe Shaunce of Geneva, Minn., and Mrs. Victor Rogers of Lone Rock. Pal] bearers were Hugh Marlow, \Vm. Christensen, Jay Godden, Harry Rahn, Charles Bierle and Fred McWhorter of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Flaig and their daughter, Joan went to Des Moines Monday whew Mr. Flftlg consulted eye specialists. Mrs. Flalg and daughter went on to Oskaloosa for a visit with her parents, the T. E. Lewis family. Mrs. Orville Rosendahl of Superior spent the week end at the parental Wm, Krause home. Mr. Rosendahl spent the week end with his parents at Pioneer. Mrs. Catherine Reed and children of Dakota City were Sunday dinner guests at the Krause home, also. Henry Schroeder underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils Thursday. M. O. Richards has been suffering with an infection in his hand the past few days. The Helping Hand club will meet with Mrs. LiUic Thompson Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rledel of Fenton visited at the C. E. Householder home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrlch visited at the Wm. Hillman home at Welcome, Minnesota, Sunday. Andrew Thomsen and children and Mrs. Victor Rogers returned home on Sunday from Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz went to Chicago Saturday to attfend the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Blcrstodt were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Ho*ck home at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill of Tile Young People's society of Lutheran church will meet in the the school basement, on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Haack, clerk at the Lotts Creek store, spent the past, week at ;he home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gas Haack. Rev. and Mrs. L. Richman and their daughter, Margaret of Burt were the juests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sohniiel Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob of Algona visited at the home of Mrs. Jacob's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Witt- icopf on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and son, Bobby, of Algon a and Mrs. MacDougall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tubbesing of Mason City called on the Fienes Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Mary Mittag at Fenton. Duiing the coming week Rev. Fiene will attend the pastoral conference at Algona and Mr. Schmlel will attend the teachers' conference at Sioux City. Due to this there will be no school and no confirmation instruction tills week. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag entertained their son, Hugo and family at dinner , Sunday in honor of the elder Mittags' 30th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Ed Kressin entertained Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt and family of Fenton at dinner the same day. Lutheran Church M. A. SJostrard, pastor Choir practice this evening at 7:30 in the church. The Woman's Missionary society will meet tomorrow afternoon at the horn: of Mrs. Ole Allison, with Mrs. Anders Anderson as assisting hostess. Confirmation class on Saturday at 9 a. m. Sunday Schoo next Sunday at 10 a. m. Morning worship next Sunday at 11 •o'clock. .NO'I'ICK OF AMIOVDMKNT TO All'I'l- l I.IOS <•!•• IM OKI'OKATION 1)1' Till: IOWA MTATIr! IIA.Mv, AI.(iO.V\, IO\VA TO WHOM IT MAY CONCM'MIN: NiitU'i- la lu-ri'liy iflvi'ii Hull at u spt 1 - rlltl MHM'tillB uf II.e KlockliultltTH of Ihc luwii .Slulu iiunk ralli-il fur tliul pur- ptiau li>:lcl u! tlio otrii-u u f tin- hank In AlKunu, lnwu, (in the l-llh day <<f Annual, I'J'.H. the ArHi-'Ica "f lMnir|i(ii- iilluii i>t' salil liunk wi-iu uim-mli-t.t l>y uilillliK In Al-lli-lo HI the I i.'llu Wl nK: That all classes of tlu; raiiilal 1,1.uli nt tills hank Khali he luui- asseHsuhle when IsHiied and fully paid for, except ua ot hei-wise ex- prcHsly priivhlnl hy law. That the nlockhuhlcr.s uf this hank and their private property shall he exempt, from Ih.hlllty for the ll;i- MiltlcH of this hank uecruliiK after (MiiilUer 4in-!''l of the I'ode uf Iowa, luill, became effective- as law. That all persons oecomlnK stockholders after Chapter 415-F1 of the Code of Iiiwit lu:il. hecaine clfec- tive us law. uud their private pru- perly shall he exempt from llahllitv for the IhililliHcH of the corporation, whelher such liahllltlcs accrued before or after said Chapter •Hu-I-'l became effective as law. I! H. Mil.I.Kit. Chairman H I.. UII.MOHK, Secrel irv 'TIT , 41-44 Burt were dinner guests at the J. M. Blanchard home Thursday. Miss Elizabeth Jensen and Doris Hennlngson of Graettingcr visited at the E. M. Jensen home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prlebe went to Austin. Minn., Friday to visit at the Otto Volght home, returning home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp and son, Delbert and grandson, Wayne T^lcr of Dayton visited at the Glenn Sharp home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegcncr and family and daughter, Mrs. Russell Thompson spent the day Sunday at the Leo Sunkey home at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton attended a gathering of old friends at the Presley Sarchctt home near Alsona on Sunday honoring Dr. Win Ames of Los Angeles, California. The operetta, "The Wishing Well," a musical Irish comedy in three acts, will je given at the school gymnasium Friday evening, Oct. 2fith by the bsys' and girls' gke club, directed by Miss Emily Joslyn. Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Hall of Kansas City and Mrs. P. H. Kirsch and daughter, Rose Mary of Algona were Sunday guests at the Frank Dacken home. Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Klrech are sisters of Mrs. Dack-tn. The Mite society met at the home of Mrs. W. J. Cotton Friday afternoon. Mrs. W. G. Fli'ig read th.- book, "The Lost Boy" by Henry Van Dyke. The next meeting will be with Mrs. E. M. next week Thursday. West Bend Enjoys Junior Class Play West Bend: The junior class piny, "Eventually Yours," was presented on Friday evening in the high school nud- itcrlum to a crowded houre. Those taking part had th-cir parts well learned and many compliments were heard. The specialties between acts were well given and well received. Mrs. James Vance is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ford were Fort Dodge visitors Friday. M. T. Munson was a business visitor in Rodman Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Post of Rodman were calling in town Sunday. Guy, Merle and Blanch Stover spent Thursday at Rodman with relatives. Chas. Riley of Livermore was a caller at the Wm. Rilcy home Saturday. W. W. Stone is having his hoiuc. painted. Elmer Ferden is doing the work. Miss Rickle Sander of Mason City, spent a few days here with her parents the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and Miss Ivadel Cleal drove to Ames Saturday to see the football game. Miss Hekn Montag who attends school In Cherokee spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Montag. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Watson and children of Rock Rapids spent Sunday with Mrs. Sue Watson and Grandma Watson. The Past Matrons' club met at the home of Mrs. Eli Bourett Saturday afternoon with Mrs. B. E. Walker as assistant hostess. Mrs. Frank Collins and two sons of Livermcre and Mr. and Mrs. Fabcr Du. gan of Barnum, Iowa, fpent Sunday at the Wm. Rlley home. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark drove to Neola, Iowa, Friday for a ten day visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J. H. Bardsley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fleming and children were called to Whlttemore on Wednesday evening by the serious Illness of Mr. Fleming's father. Mr. and Mrs. Hasbrooke of LeMars drove to West Bend Friday evening to see the jnuior class play and take their daughter, Cloyoe Hasbrooke home with .hem. The public school closed Friday for a few weeks' cornplcking vacation. The farmers are hoping for a week of fine weather so that thcr children may help Wednesday from Lakefield, Minn., where she visited h«r son, Ed. who Is unable to ufe his left arm yet. The arm seems to be paralyzed. Lyman Riley returned Wednesday from Bethany, Missouri, where he had been for a few days with a load of potatoes. He brought bnck some fine apples and some onions to sell here. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Bell. The president, Mrs. C. C. Miller, conducted the devotions followed by roll call and a short business meeting. The following program was given: "Alaska", by Mrs. H. E. Boevers; "India Chosen," by Mrs. Sue Watson; reading by Mildred Dubbs; songs. "&:nd the Light" and "Where Are the Reapers," Dorothy Miller, Grace Sloan, Grace Conde and Enid Doyle, nccom- pnnled by Mrs. Cnrl Vohs on the violin. PLUM CREEK NEWS S ^ D %&a&a&axi&^^ Roy Morse of Chamberlain, South Dakota Is plowing for Carl Albright. Wm Haggard is building a corn crib on hie place in central Plum Creek. Mrs. John Gross and Guy Harmon went to Havelock last Wednesday to attend the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Phillips. LaVonne Gross, two year old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gross, returned last Tuesday from the University hospital at Iowa City where her hand was operated on for cancer. The Emii Wlese eighty acres were purchased last week by Ben Weber. John Groves, who now occupies the place, has purchased a John Deere tractor and plow and is plowing on the Cruikshank farm Chester R. Schoby WORLDS FAIR MILWAUKEE! COLWELL BROS. Aucts. Graduate of Jones Nat'l. School Auuniunevring. Chiratfo, 111. 21 years ac:ual selling experience. Wt- solicit a part of the business in this territory. H. M. Colwell located first n'aur wcit of junction IfiiJ ana IS. Phone UOP12 40- it Warm, dry animals keep fat and healthy on less feed. You can buy rolkd roofing, 35, 15, 75 Ib. weights lor at all Gamble Stores. by zones. Prices vary 43 Your Support at the Polls will be appreciated W. E. McDonald Democratic Candidate for SUPERVISOR Second District, Kossuth County 41-43 harvest the corn. Miss Elvira Hundertmark who Is attending school at Rolfe this year, spent the week tnd with her parents at Livermore and will attend school there the balance of the year. Mrs. Henry Sander returned homo MONEY To build, refinance or remodel Kossuth County homes on our easy monthlv payment plan. Sec us today. The Alsona Building & Loan Ass'n closes forever Oct. 31 Round Trip from ALGONA OCTOBER 26-27 28 $f790 Ooachts. 10-day limit Daily till Oct. 29 hi coaches— 15-day limit. tm ° ct - 29 ln sleepers and parlor cars, space extra — return limit Nov. 15. WORLD'S FAIR TOURS Expense-Paid Plan Money-saving Milwaukee Road Tours— ns little as $2.75 to $3.75 per day in Chicago in addition to your rail fare. Special Offer *2 VALUE for Admission to Fair and BLX leading shows. ^L Rid* th« IMW Milwaukee Road co*ch«» « that •v«rybody'« talking about C. A. Joynt Phone 244 % MILWAUKEE ROAD CALL THEATRE Oct. 19-Nov. 4 Algona, Iowa NORTHWEST IOWA'S SUMMER RESORT Ice—Air—-Water—Pine Banltor. 50,000 cu. ft. "Kooler Alre" System Call the nearest telephone operator for our program. They have the information and are happy to serve you. Remember a Complete Show after Night Football Games. Tues. Wed. Thurs Oct. 23-24-25 Tin.- musical of all time GRACE MOORE "ONE NIGHT OF LOVE" Fri.-Sat. /\ <f nc O UCC. ^0-Z/ KAY FRANCIS LESLIE HOWARD " TIIE BRITISH AGENT- EXTRA SATURDAY— Rand's Dog Circus Vaudeville. C2ii«.4n ounaay, Oct. 28 One oi th MIRIAM HOPKINS in " TIIE KK'HEST GIRL IN TIIE WOULD" and Vaudeville — Rand's Dog Circus Mon.-Tues., Oct. 29-30 JOAN BLONDELL In "KANSAS CITY PRINCESS" Good a.s "Convention City" Wed. Thur. Oct. 31-Nov. Fri., 12 CLAUDETTE COLBERT ill » fit UeMille's "CLEOPATRA" Lavish and gorgeous Saturday, Nov. 3 WARREN WILLIAM MARY ASTOR ALLEN JENKINS in "THE CASE OF THE HOWLING DOG" Sunday, Nov. 4 JIMMY DUNN ALICE FAYE "365 NIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD" and Road Show WOC-WHO Radio Barn Dancx Show direct, from Radio Station at IX-s Moines. Coming: Fred Aittuire and Ginger Rogers in "The Gay Divorcee" WHO-WOC Radio Station Barn Dauce Vaudevii'e Direct from Saturday Night Radio Station at DCS Moines. Candidate for Kossuth County REPRESENTATIVE A vote (or Schoby la a vote to repeal the state 2 per cent aatcs tax. • An my reply to Mr. Bonnstetter'a letter which appeared In the Oct. 4th tesue of the Algona Upper Dea Moinea did not appear In that paper, I will be nrlod to send a copy of my reply to anyone Interested. Just drop roe a card. C. R. 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