The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1930 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 7, 1930
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Call Theatre Thursday, Friday May 8-9 Matinee 2:30 Thursday, prices—10c-30c Eddie Cantor Rudy Vallee Mary Eaton Lavish in beauty. Great, spectacle. Broadway's petted darlings show you. Also- Talking News—New. Second showing In America. Ehe Upper Bes Moinea-Republican, May 7,1930 Western Electric sound system. Arctic I Nu-Air Kooler Aire ventilating and cooling. All the comforts of a hig city theater. TALK of Th Algoiia mm ftOBENZ HtGttl GLORIFYING > THIAMIRIGIN XGIRir •MARYtATON ^ n see » na 0 { tbe """- • •5*0* 5 ot * - e ft oi ' ° famo^ 9 fttt mctttaft. ? T apl \et oi * * i^V W 100 m. A Big Saturday Special Bocft /Jgain Oi The Danger Trail :w* VI MAY 10. Matinee at 1:30 and continuous to 12 p m Prices—10c-30e to 5:30. Kegular prices after 5:30. Armida, Mexican enchantress sings "Texas Moon," Here's Bin Tin Tin, the world's famous dog back again. Thrills and romance. Out door thriller. Also- Talking Comedy. Hard riding, gun play, red- blooded adventure an the Mexican border as the rangers face the toughest gang that ever de. fied the law. And Rintr in the role of sleuth. A tense drama packed with action. «i8N J £*• NORMA , Mieari •s. Sunday, May 11 One of the Very Best Specials an ent. Daring—but truthful. Mile a-minute morals. A marvelous cast. A great star's triumph. The most talked about talking picture. Also Vitaphone Vaudeville and Talking Comedy WARNER BROS SPECTACULAR SINGING success ^c LIVING, THROBBING MELODY, POURING FROM THE SCREEN WITH BOUNDLESS MAGNIFICENCE, CAPTURING THE APPLAUSE OF DE. LIGHTED MILLIONS I Your botrt \viU tingle with thin brilliant rendl- tlon of throbbing melo' die*—>sonoroDW grandeur of the mighty chorus pf 132 Otic dancer* rad orchcttrn of }Q9 pj»yer»! MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 1243 The greatest talking an4 singing picture of all time, JOHN BOLES AND CARLOTTA KING with the greatest'singing ^voices of all time, Be sure to see this •i 1 ., v va T^v^^^F^f \\l \\ f # Wed., Thurs., Friday, May 14, 15, 16 •«'CU THURSDAY MATINEE 2,30 LONE ROCK NEWS. Prank Flaig has been ill for the past week. Dr. Olapsaddle of Burt Is caring for him. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr were entertained at the o. o. Smith home at Burt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Heiter and family of LuVerne spent Sunday at the W. C. Heiter home. The Ladies' Mite society will meet at the home of Mrs. Carl Zoller on Thursday, May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Morris spent Sunday with Mrs. Morris' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Krueger of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan of Algona spent Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godden of Seneca were entertained at the Andrew Thompson home Sunday Mrs. L. E. Godfrey relumed home from the Kossuth hospital with iic-i little baby last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Priebe and family of Fenton spent Sunday with ' PW*nfe. ; »r- and Mrs. Er- Edward Blanchard. Lucille Newbrough and Elva Ewoldt went to Des Moines Saturday morning, returning home Saturday night. The Seifert grading crew of Ledyard is grading the dirt roads one and one- half miles east of Lone Rock. Thev are graaing two miles of road. Mrs, Jessie Flaig has moved her beauty parlor over Schultzl? etom where she will have more room to oc- commodate her customers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westergard of Graettinger spent Sunday at the Frank Flaig home. Mr. Westergard is a blacksmith at Graettinger. Lotts Creek defeated the Titonka base ball team Sunday at Lotts Creek 8 to 7. Batteries for Lotts Creek were Wm. Marlow and Hugo Mittag. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Padgett and family of Algona, Miss Frieda and Rose Krause, who teach school at Ayrshire spent Sunday at the Wm. Krause home! Among those who attended the night ball game at Des Moines last Friday night were Alton Pettit, Frederick Er ckson, Donald Blanchard, Ralph Priebe and Frederick Schultz. Last week Tuesday the Burt high school base ball team and the Lone Rock high school base ball team played a tie game here 4 to 4. The locals were ahead 4 to 8 until the last half p8..B.,E, Cotter and fun- moved to their new home a ' < Mrs. Rice of Swea City moved in the same day and Miss Esther Godden will work for them as telephone operator. Miss Edith Worthington returned home last Wednesday from Plymouth, Wisconsin, where she has been employed in a telephone exchange there for the past six months. She is now employed in the telephone office here. The county blacksmiths' meeting was held at the Frank Flaig home last Monday evening. All members brought a covered dish and a delicious lunch was served. Imogene and Bernice Roderick sang a few numbers for their entertainment. The show for Saturday, May 10, is "The Wagon Master" by Ken Maynard. Last Saturday night the business men of Lone Rock gave a free show to the community and the opera house was packed to capacity. Many cars had to park on the side streets. Hereafter every Saturday night there will be four or five prizes given away to the persons holding the lucky number on their ticket. SENECA NEWS John Saunders and Jess Halverson pent Saturday evening at Armstrong. Mrs. R. L. Rossman, the census taker was calling on folks In this neighborhood Saturday. Repreentative j.'H. Jensen Is driving a new Chevrolet sedan which he purchased recently. e Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and son of Armstrong spent Saturday at the John Osborn home. The seniors received the group pictures of their class one day last week They had their pictures taken at Brltt some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn spent Monday at Swea City with Mrs. Carrie Thompson, an aunt who has been quite sick all week. Mr. and Mrs. George Jenson and daughters, Leona and Dorothy and son of Swea City spent Tuesday at the Jennie Jenson home. The Junior-senior banquet was given at the Emmetsburg hotel Thursday evening, in spite of the rain everyone enjoyed themselves immensely Representative J. H. Jensen Is having some painting done on his farm. He is having the outside of all his buildings P,T 1 l ted and also th e interior of the kitchen. Venon Jensen is slowly recovering from a severe case of quinsy. He has been under the doctor's care the past week and It was necessary to lance his throat one day last week. Gladys Thompson has been at the nome or her aunt, Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Swea City, who has been quite sick the past week. Minda Wilberg went there Sunday to care for her and Gladys returned to her home . The Willing Workers held their monthly meeting at the Hans Wilberg home Saturday afternoon. After the business session they pleasantly surprised Mrs. Wilbert Richmond by holding a party In her honor. The members presented her with a valuable book as a remembrance of the spcMy. A f«w soQgs.we^e sung a#d & deUclous lunch was served bySre. T'"

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