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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 11, 1930
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f he Upper DesMoines -Republican, June 11,1930 B - of Whittemore was in . Algona on business Saturday rf * Bend on business Friday. from • h e sage of Fenton on Algona friends Thursday Earl Momyer was calling on Alrona JWends and relatives a few days l of matters ln Senator and Mrs. George w eon and mother of Burt were" shoppers Friday. and llttle thelr P P1rf ,' one of s Bends eading farmers, was a business visitor in Algona last Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock drove to Austin Sunday and visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Carl GiUihg- ham. . Mr. and Mrs. Guy Taylor of Sioux City came over Friday and Spent Saturday with relatives and friends in the city. Mrs. B. w. Caldwell and her father, E. O. Doak, drove to Storm Lake Sunday and spent the Caldwell's sister. day with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Stoutenberg of jone Rock, for several years residents of Algona, were In Algona calling on riends Saturday. Elsie Specht arrived home last week vwvwvwwwwyy from Springville, where she has been teaching and is now clerking in Chris chilles & Herbst store. Call Theatre The best small town theatre in America. BEST IN SOUND— f^rf S i!; rn .v, E1 «r t;rl ? Bo ^ A System J n a building acoustically perfect. Certified by the Western Electric Acoustical Engineering Department. BEST IN VENTILATION AND COOLING— pnv tI Su£ ru ~ Air T 1Kl £ ler Alre e « ui P ment . exactly the same as used by Publix Fox,, Warner Brothers In their big city theatres. ' BEST IN HEATING— t^^M^^ b l c ? p f er Beating units, passed through 200 gallons of tempered water, heated again and placed in the theatre. Always washed, purified, and cleansed before entering the theatre. APPOINTMENTS THE VERY BEST— Upholstered seats—proper slant to the floor—arranged for your comfort Ladies Rest Room, Modern Cry Room, Men's Lounge and Smoking Room.' PICKED PROGRAMS ONLY— We are constantly paying for and not showing pictures we find on our contracts that are weak and not good entertainment. FOUR CHANGES EACH WEEK— To make it possible for showing "new" all the worthwhile entertainment released-by the best releasing companies. ' . SHORT SUBJECTS—COMEDIES— News''Reels, Vitaphone Vaudeville. Our News Reels are hot off the- release chart—second showing anywhere. You will very seldom ever see a News Reel in any big city that you have not already seen in Algona. "See them at the Call First and Write Your Friends" is the slogan of the management. BARGAIN PRICES— < , Trade matinees every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday—10c-30c. Week Jt day prices—balcony, 10c-35c; main floor 15c-50c; Sundays and holidays 3 25c-50c. If it's worthwhile you will see it at the "Call"—new i Pvery modern convenience known to-good theatre management will be added as developed. We are looking for opportunities to please. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall leave today for Milwaukee and will bring the! daughter, Katherlne, who is attending college there, home with them. Clair B. L&lfd and Miss Lueift Dalley drove up from Des Moines Saturday and spent until Sunday afternoon with Clair's mother, Mrs. J. Laird. Kathryn Misbach came home satur* day from Ames, where she has been attending college. She Will Spend the summer here with her father am brother. Russell Gordon of Emmetsburg has taken the place of Henry Furst in the Shiits Brohters' barber shop, Mr. Furst recently purchased a shop in Buffalo Center. Ann Murtagh, Who is a recent graduate of the University of Iowa, was in Woodbine last weHk. She will teach there this fall and Was down locking M TUBS. & WED., JUNE 10-11. Trade matinee Tuesday at 2:30. Prices lOc-300. An outstanding treat! The world's great actor. A marvelous talking picture. Sophisticated comedy. John Barrymore "THE MAN FROM BLANKLEY'8" . full stage play, If you are/particular about your motion picture fare —plan to see this one. Also well balanced program of cartoons, Comedies and vaudeville. THURS. & FRI., JUNE 12^13 Trade matinee Thursday 2:30— prices, lOc-SOc. "THE SHOW GIRL IN HOLLYWOOD" with Jack Mulhall Alice White Ford Sterling Hollywood holds a mirror up to its own life in this one. Music and technicolor add charm'. Songs, girls, laughs, drama, pep and stars. See it for Its snappy songs. Also New Talking News. Watch it —you will always see news, here ahead of the cities. You will appreciate our efforts to give you new i news. SATURDAY, JUNE 14. 1:30 matinee. Price—10c-30c to 5:30. Good news. It's a big western. GEORGE BANCROFT 'ladies love Brutes Over the school. Mrs. Mary Wild of Los Angeles and Mrs. Rose Reicker of'San Gabriel, California, are visiting at the home of their sister, Mrs. Harry Bates. The ladles are also cousins of C. F. NOlte. Mrs. C. T. Chubb was at-Hartley for several days during the past week as- siting in caring for Earl Tenant, who recently suffered a stroke. He is reported In a precarious condition. Mrs. S. E. McMahon and daughter, Ruth, drove to Ames Friday morning and brought back Marlon McMahon, who was attending Iowa State College. They came back the same day. Harry Nolte was in charge of the Peterson studio last week while Mr. Peterson was away. Eva Presnell, the efficient assistant was unable to attend to her duties there on: account of illness. While driving near Garner last week T. P. Harrington had a close call when a pheasant flew into the windshield of the Harrington sedan. The glass was shattered but Mr. Harrington was not Injured. Charles Johnson of Swea City underwent an operation for appendicitis at the hospital last week and is reported as doing as well as can be expected. His rather, M. E. Johnson, is here with him. ' Miss Jane Vincent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, left Tuesday for Berkeley, California, where she intends to enter the University of California summer school. She will teach in Chicago the coming year. James Duhigg of Emmetsburg was assisting in the Steele clothing store a few days last week. He recently graduated from Columbia College and is a brother of Frances Duhigg, one of Algona's popular teachers. . - Juanita Martin is taking instructions in Des Moines on selling the Lincoln Library encyclopedia. Her territory will be in Kossuth^county. For the past year she taught in the public schools in Belle Plairie, Iowa. John Hough, who has been taking a forestry course at Ames the past yean, arrived home Saturday.^ He will., go to Montana next week to work In a forestry camp for the summer. • Darrold Newville is also going' to a, camp in Montana,' John Bernhard of Bancroft was a visitor in Algona Tuesday. Melvln Hotkinson visited with relatives at Lake Mills Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Akre ahd Mrs. Hugh Post Were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey and fatally spent Sunday at Lost Island. .Francis J. Lohergatt and Harriett Thies of Bancroft wefe Algona visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weaver and family visited Sunday at the Hugh Post home. Editor Hutton and Banker Kennedy of Bancroft were in Algona on business Monday. 8. P. Parsons, who lives south of Al-1 gona, underwent a minor operation on one of his eyes Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, A. Briggs enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mrs. Briggs' parents of Fairmont, Minnesota. County Clerk Orton drove to Ortonville, Minnesota, Monday on business. He plans to be gone about four days. Martin Rahm St. Benedict's pioneer ,nd highly respected citizen was an Algona callers yesterday visiting with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison leave today in their car for a visit at Des vtoines, Cedar Rapids, Chicago and points In Wisconsin. Lester Willson of Kansas City, Missouri, began clerking in the Borchardt drug store Tuesday. He is a nephew of H. H. Willson of Algona. Mrs. C. T. Chubb came home Saturday from Hartley here she had spent nearly a week caring for her brother, Earl Tennant, who Is very ill. Miss Faye Stebbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stebbins of Good Thunder Minnesota, has been visiting with friends here the past Week. Marian Rising has returned from Cornell where she is a freshman, and will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Laughlin 'Bud" Qulnn is spending a vacation in Algona from his duties as assistant manager of the Botsford Lumber Company in Northfleld, Minnesota. L. C. Reding, R. E. Wehler, and Charles McGinnis left this morning for Cass Lake, Minnesota on a fishing trip. They expect to return on Sunday. Mr. Feisner of Mason City visited Charles Akre the first of the week. The young men are class mates, both attending the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Paul J. Cody, well known farmer living northwest of Swea City, was in Algona Tuesday attending the farm The Seasons Leading Styles For Sports & Dress at a Price bureau picnic, pleasant call. He paid this office a tftift. TUBS. & WED, JUNE 16-17-18 The funniest comedy ever produced in talking pictures; The triumphant successor to "Gold Diggers of Broadway." Punch I Songs I Laughs! OIBION and his rough riding straight shooting cow boys in a one hundred per cent talking picture We screened this one and decided it was just what you wanted. We think it's a corker. Thrills I Action! fun I Also Talking Comedy, SUNDAY, JUNE 16. Matinee one p. wi. and every two hours. Blight vs. Manners, Mightier than theroighty. A rough neck mixes in With fashionable neck Femipps, "' AJUQ- , W( Comedy ,».»program of short E. BROWN and n WINNIE UGHTNER Singing, clowning laughing their way through with sparkling dialogue — brilliant humor. AU Technicolor. * Hold Everything for "HOU> EVERYTHING'' ' . "HOLD EVERYTHING" for a motor'trip to.Bolkow; Missouri to Visit a niece of Mrs; McDonald and from there will drive to Hanover, Kansas, for a visit with Mrs. John Mesing. They expect to be gone about ten days. Tom Kennedy and. Jean Middleton of Eagle Grove were in Algona attending commencement exercises. Tom is a cousin of Gertrude Kenefick and Miss Middleton of Mary Janice Rice, both of whom were graduates. They all attended the party for some of the graduates at the Country Club. J. R. Darnell, a brother of Mrs. J. E, Mason, arrived in Algona last week from Simpson College in Indianola, and will work in the Blue Inn at the Deep Rock Oil Station, near the Northwestern depot. Mr. Darnell's parents live In Ringsted. He has managed the inn for the past year or two. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst, -Chas. Stevenson of Hartley and Mrs. Ned Rooney of Primghar were in Algona Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Jacob Harig. Mrs. Rooney will be remembered as Miss Alice Rhinehart who clerked in the Chrischilles & Herbst store for a number of years. Frank Holtzbauer arrived in Algona Saturday from Santa Barbara, California. He has been out there seven years. Frank is working on a ranch training polo ponies for a millionaire ranch owner. He has married since leaving Algona. Frank expects to return to California the last of the week. Robert Haire of Fort Dodge and Jack Walker of Mt. Vernon, New York, both recent Notre Dame graduates, were •Algona visitors Wednesday. Mr. Haire worked in the Falkenhainer Insurance Agency for a short time last year. Mr. Walker Is a nephew of Mayor Jimmle Walker of New York City. They are on their way to New York to work. The Ben, Ed. and Harry Winkle families and Augusta Winkle had a picnic at the Call State Park Sunday, June 1st. They had as their guests Mrs. O. E. Winkle and daughters, AUce and Nettie of Royalton, Minnesota,' and Adair Winkle and wife from Milwaukee and Mrs. Oronholm of Minneapolis. Mr, and Mrs. O. S. Johnson and daughters, Mrs. Harry Baker of Algona and Mrs. Donald White of Glendale, Callfornia l spent Sunday at Tracy, Minnesota, visiting Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Finnegan The Finnegans lived Jn Algona a number of years ago, and Mr. Finnegan wished to he remembered to his old friends. Charles Stevenson of Hartley is visiting this week with Bill Dailey. The boys were buddies before Chuck moved to Hartley with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst. Miss Vera Steil arrived Saturday from Sioux City, here she lias been teaching primary work'the* past year. She plans to spehd the summer with her father, Joe Stell. '- ' ; Mr. atd Mrs.'L. J. Nelson and family- and Mr. and Mrs, Emil Stoeffel who live>on the Harry Keith farm north of tdwn'were 7 gUfists STOday^at/tijeiHenry Naber home' at Bancroft. ' ' •,;.. • Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fuller are expected Saturday from San Diego, California, and will spend several weeks visiting Mr. Fuller's daughter, Mrs. Hazel Dalzlel, and other relatives. ' Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Smith of Des Moines spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs. W. H. Oummlngs. Mr. and Mrs, Oummings purchased the Senter store a few months ago, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Boevers of Mason City were Algona visitors yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Boevers may move back to Algona after their son, who is a Junior in high school completes his studies. Philomena Qulnn will leave Thursday for Iowa City where she has four more months of nurses' training. She has been home , on a short vacation after receiving 'her nurses' degree at the university, Elaine .Isaacson, daughter of Mrs. Nita Isaacson, is expected home from Duluth the latter part of the week and will spend her vacation here. She has been attending school at Duluth the past year. Miss Esther Shipman olf .Corwith is the new operator who takes the place of Zella Buffington at the Marigold Beauty Shoppe I. Zella had been In the beauty shop for some time, am made many friends while In Algona Her home Is In Tltonka. Mrs. George Elbert and Mrs. Eugeni Kenefick drove to Minneapolis Mon day where they are to spend a few days. They are expected home the las of the week. Mrs, Ray Oliver Is in It's time to reduce our unusually large stock of fashionable footwear. 'We've solved the problem by re-grouping hundreds of our best "numbers" that formerly sold as high as $10 and price them for Thursday at $5.00. We expect to sell them in a hurry—so early shopping is advised. r,.; Footwear Fitted With the Brannock Fitting Device/ Gordon Individual Proportioned Hosiery <$ No. 320 Chiffon $1.50 V-line Heels , George Moulton of Ledyard wa? an Algona visitor'Saturday. H. J. Ristau of LuVerne was a business Algona Monday/;"' charge of the office at the Elbert garage during Mrs. Elbert's absence. Mr. and Mrs. on A. Goodnow and Stages a laugh to a finish for the world's comedy title, A" picture that has songs with pep— comedy that clicks and acting with plenty of punch, Laughing, singing, clowning and wise-cracking their way through at top speed In this Heavyweight Technicolor Comedy Sensation. Hold everything for "Hold Everything". "Hold Everything" has, everything, Song Hits-"Whea tho Wttte Red — — - » uS- . ,".•-' , ,, iO«'-^ " Ohas. Johnson of Swea City, son of Jr.. and Mrs. M. E. Johnson, also of Swea OHy, Is reported as somewhat better. He has not been In the best of health for a number of years. About two weeks ago he submitted to an operation for appendicitis, and for a tune hja condition was considered very serious. He Is a patient at the Algona hospital, Dr. John Keneflcfe resident physlcan of the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines, and Miss Snodgrass of What Cheer ->-"->- Monday at the home of 'dj ? TOpMie&ov« feR the family are moving into the Will F Walker residence on North Harlan street Mr Goodnow takes the place In this territory with Swift & Company formerly occupied by Lyle Wilson, who moved to Bloomington Illinois. Mrs. Roy Ohrlstensen of Webster City was in Algona Sunday and Monday visiting her mother, Mrs M. J. Quinn and tor sisters and brother. She came up with Mrs. E. A, Scheme! who had driven Mrs. M. R. Weaver to Nevada where she went for a rest. They went down last Friday. Esther and Ruth Bishop have returned to Iowa City where they will continue their college work through the summer session. Esther is beginning her Junior work and Ruth, her sophomore work. The girls were both at Randall to attend the wedding of their brother, Alan. C. M. Doxsee was an Algona visitor last Thursday and took dinner with the Algona Klwanls club, being an enthusiastic member of that luncheon club In his home city Redwood City, California, Mr. Doxsee comes to Algona once a year to look after his farm, just west of Algona, and to meet with his many old time friends who are always glad to see him. Jas, Neville returned Tuesday morning from Chicago where he had gone era a buying trip for his shoe store, Mr. Neville was just« few blocks from the scene of the slaytag of Alfred' (Jake) Wngle, crime reporter for the Chicago the rear ness visitor uvAlgona Monday. *, <vj Joe Schabeh is'tearing down the old barn on his place on: East call street, Henry Rob£t Of Lakota was looking after business' matters in Algona Monday. " Mrs. Bert Campbell of Burt had her appendix removed last Wednesday at the Algona hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom spent Sunday in Mason City attending the wedding of two of their friends. Orville Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schultz, is now employed at the Elk Cleaners. He is a school boy. Mr. ~Bhd Mrs. J. B. Johnston drove to Des Des Moines Sunday for a visit with their sons, Frank and Perry. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence were Algona visitors Monday. They are spending the summer at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Best and daughter Barbara of Shell Rock, visited Sunday at the Henry Johannsen, Jr., home. Banker N. L, Cotton an dson, Willis, of Lone Rock, were Algona visitors on Monday. Willis runs a chick hatchery in Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Neville and family of Britt were guests Sunday at Mr Nasby came., Saturday jmd they left Sunday fdr'thelr home in Ottum wa. Lee the home of Gene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Neville. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Courtney and the letter's siter, Mrs. Kate Finn spent Sunday at Eagle Grove visiting a cousin, Mrs. Carl Watson. Imogene Billings of Eagle Grove was in Algona all of last week visiting her sister, Mrs. M. L. Goslin. She returned to Eagle Grove Sunday. Perry White came home Thursday from Mount Vernon where he has been a student at Cornell College. He plans to return to Cornell next year. Helen Peterson has gone to Cedar Palls to attend summer school. This 5 her second summer there. She was a teacher at Ledyard the past year. Lou and Rudy Guderian and Winnie Scott left Sunday for Cass Lake in Minnesota to spend a week fishing. They expect to be back next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., Mrs. L, O. Schichtl and son, Wayne, i,nd Mrs. Roy Blythe of Irvlngton were hoppers in Mason City one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent drove to ndlanola last week, returning Monday \Jrs, Kent visited at Indianola while Mr. Kent transacted business at Des ifoines. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Binkert, Elizaeth Nugent and Harold Clayton spent Sunday in Clear Lake visiting with Mr. Clayton's sister, Mrs. Ward McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tilllnghast, the latter's sister, Mrs. Bernice Garrison, and E. W. Lusby spent the week end at Clear Lake at the Lusby "Rainbow's End." cottage, Walter Cousins of Dallas, Texas, is spending a week or so in the office of the Druggist Mutual Insurance Company. He is the state representative of this company in Texas. Mrs, 0. B, Nasby came from Ottum- w» a week ago Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, K. D. James. morning, while „ ,-^ J ....^. ff . lawn mower, and It Is feared thathe may have to lose the finger Mr. and Mrs/ W, J. _ toe first of the week into „ home which they purchased from Robert Stewaftf Mr, kuu ana Chris Seefeldt of Wesley Vr'e ' Sovtog into the house vacated by the Beckers. Mr. and Mrs. William Gelse of Lu- Verne are the parents of a baby girl who arrived last week Tuesday at the Algona hospital. This is the first child Mrs. Geise was formerly Miss Ruth Nagel, and took nurses' training at the hospital before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Beaman are now living in Sarona, Wisconsin, where Mr. Beaman conducts a garage. Mrs. Beaman was formerly Miss, .Florence Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J Becker. Mr. Beaman sold his garage at Corwlth two or three months ago. Mr. and Mrs. T. H Holmes, Jr have moved to Algona from Dlckins where Mr. Holmes was a buttermaker 3e is now employed by his father at the Modern Dry Cleaners. Mrs. Holmes was before her marriage. Miss Yarda Strom. They have an apartment hi the John Moulds residence. Mrs. O, T. Chubb returned Saturday from Hartley where she had been for the past week helping to care for he brother, Earl Tennant, who sufferec a stroke of apoplexy a few weeks ago His condition does not improve rapid ly. She came home with Mr. and Mrs Theo. Herbst, who came for the funera of Mrs. Jacob Harig. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, Dr and Mrs. L. C. Nugent and Dr. anc Mrs. R. H. Crawford drove to Clear Lake Monday evening to attend a meeting of the Sigma Chi alumni association of Mason City. The Mason City alumni chapter has Just recently been organized and meets about once a month. A dinner was served at the Clear Lake Country Club. Milo Durant has moved his sign painting shop from the building north Of the Little Cook Shop to the back of the Boettcher building, occupied by Ben's Radio Shop. Mr. Durant is a first class sign painter and has painted a number of attractive signs in Algona He recently passed a commercial art test with the high grade of ninety- three, and in the future expects to devote some of his time to commercial art. Algona people who visited Bayside at Clear Lake last Sunday wt-re given very pleasing entertainment in the way of music, the Ray Smith and Heinle Stebritz dance orchestra furnishing the open air orchestra music Mrs Smith, well known to Algona music lovers, gave several songs which seemed to take with the large audience ' Mrs. Smith and this orchestra are re- Mr, v and' Mrs A OBptte came, back Sunday, *--^" trip to OMcago TVankl, anet terloo spent home. Al FalkenhaineV'D: «* Rev. Frazier and Fred Wehle^ lu "P to Spirit Lale Tuesday, whew looked after some repairs on hfiicot- »ge on Ilayward's Bay, West Okobo- Oscar Thompson -moved to Clear * the week he ™f expects to locate. Mr. Thompson was Z n r1h r °? toer **°npMotor ou station near the Ice Cream Factory until a ew . mon 'hs ago when he started on the soling a jine of clothing. He -to— Chicago W *P^ June 14th $8.00 Round Trip fleeting musical much /credit entertainers. on Algona as Mrs. Elinor Button, county welfare worker, has an eleven year old boy for whom she would like to find a place for the summer where he can earn his board and perhaps a little more. His mother has employment, but needs a place for the boy to stay during the summer month, while he is not In school. Anyone who has such a place should see Mrs. Button In her office In the basement of the southwest corner of the court house. Lv. Algona 8:06 p. m. Ar. Chicago ____8:00 a. m. Returning , Tickets will be honored for eturjti trip to leave Chicago not later than 11:30 p. m . June 15. Tickets good in coaches only Ask the Ticket Agent for full particulars, THE MILWAUKEE ROA&

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