jffloto ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1937 Tap, Toe Dancers to Give Review, Friday VALEN1MTO 10 AQ SHOW Miss Bernice Stock Will Present Pupils At Call Theatre Two special programs of tap .dancing, ballet, toe and acrobatic dancing will be offered by Miss Bernice Stock, Friday, February 12, at the Call Theatre. A special children's matinee will be held in the afternoon, and an evening program will be presented at 8 p. m. "Valentine Varieties" is the name of the parade of dancing features. The 10 acts scheduled are as follows! Valentine greetings—Jean Neilsen, Barbara Poole, Helen Johnson Marilyn Keen, Miriam Norton, June Ann Scanlan, Virginia McWhorter, Mary Janice McWhorter, Audrey Slagle, Betty Ann and Louise McEnroe. Prospective valentines—Darleen Ssman, Alice Mathes, Jan Robinson, Jean Butler, Janice Bartholomew, Betty Donegan, Ann Barrickman and Barbara Joan McWhorter. Lucky prospector—LaMonte Wellendorf. Hearts on relief-June Haverly, Edna Lichteig, Dolores Scott, Dorothy Ann Welter, Dolores Dunlap. Narcissus valentine — Dianne Falkenhainer, Ann Stillman and Jean Pletch. Heart waltz—Sue Hutchison, Tola Schoby, Marjorie Dewel, Virginia Scanlan, Nancy and Jeanne Hutchison, Donald French, Craig Tierney, Leslie Wildin, Barbara Peck. Marcia Setchell, Merrill Bacon, Dorothy Nichols. Tiniest valentine—Shirley Elbert Lovely Hues from which to Choose—Marian Corey, Alice Payne, Ruth McKee, Bernice Storm, Omega McGrath, May Waller, Eleanor Kain, Jo Ellen Irelan. My 'Heart Does Tricks—Joanne Mellgren, Eagle Grove. Hearts in Swing Time—Eugenia Little, Dorothea Bjustrom, Betty Scanlan, Mary Lee Nugent, Cath- erine Stewart June Ann Scanlan and Jean Neilsen. Pages—June Ann Scanlan and Jean Neilsen. Heart diggers—Mary Lou Haverly, Robert Foth, Donald McCorkle, Alice Saunders, Maxine Kennedy, Betty Courtney, Mary McEnroe, Mary Van Allen, Harriet Schoby, Patty Hull, Marilyn Fuller, Virginia Walley and Jimmy Galloway. Cupid, hero of the hour—Elaine Hillsteadt. All of the dancers are pupils of Miss Stock. Milwaukee Road's 90th Anniversary The Milwaukee road observes its 90th anniversary this week. On Feb. 11, 1847, Governor Henry Dodge of the "territory" of Wisconsin approved a bill incorporating the Milwaukee & Waukesha Railroad, the first predecessor company of the present day system embracing more than 11,000 miles of railroad in 12 states. According to the charter the company was granted the right to locate and construct a single or double track railroad between those towns, "to transport, take and carry property and persons upon the same, by the power and force of steam, of animals, or of any mechanical or other power, or any com-, bination of them." The name of the company was changed to Milwaukee & Mississippi Railroad on Feb. 1, 1850. It was the first railroad to build in Wisconsin. By November five miles of track had been laid to Wauwatosa. On Feb. 25, 1851, the road to Waukesha was formally opened. In 185T the road's objective, the Mississippi River at Prairie du Chien, was reached. At Rites For Lotts Creek Lady Union: A large group of neighbors attended the funeral of Mrs. Rudolph Will's mother, Mrs. Joe Leininger, Sr., at Lotts Creek, on Monday afternoon. Short services were held at the Will home at 1 p. m. by E. Fiene, pastor, and at 2 p. m. There was a large attendance in spite of the bitter cold and wind. Mrs. Leininger was 90 years old. Good Used Trucks March 1st Will Soon Be Here NOW IS THE TIME TO GET ONE IF YOU NEED ONE FOB SPRING MOVING 2-1935 Ford Trucks, L. W. B. Good tires, good motor, look like new. 2-1935 International Trucks, L. W. B. New tires and good motors. 2-1934 Dodge Trucks, L. W. B. Good motors and tires. 1-1933 Chev. Truck, L. W. B. with box 1-1931 Chevrolet Truck, S. W. B. 1-1929 Ford Truck, S. W. B. Perhaps Your Present Truck Or Car Will Make The Down Payment EASY TEEMS KENT MOTOR CO. Sales—FORD—Service Higher Auto Prices Seen! Production Costs Are Expected to Jump and Used Car Prices Will Be Higher You Can Still Save $$$ K You Buy in February All Used Cars in Present Stock Will Be Sold Below Current Market Prices MAKE US AN OFFER! 1 - 1936 Ford Tudor 1 - 1935 Chevrolet Master Coach 2- 1935 Ford Tudors 1 - 1935 Ford Deluxe Tudor, Trunk 1 - 1935 Ford Deluxe Fordor 1 • 1934 Ford Fordor, Radio, Heater 1-1933 Ford Tudor 1 - 1932 Chevrolet Coach 2 - 1930 Chevrolet Coaches 2 - 1930 Ford Coaches 1 - 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1-1929 Ford Coach 3- 1929 Ford Coupes TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED Perhaps Your Present Car Will Make the Down Payment... Balance on Easy Terms KENT MOTOR CO. "See Kent and Save" Sal e* i Service Open Evening Until 9 P. M., Saturday 10 p. m. & Sunday a. m.
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