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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 13, 1930
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The Upper Pea Moifles-Republican, August 13,1930 .JPoStmaster Duckett of Corwith was a business visitor in Algona Saturday. Mrs. O. A. Brunson and son Allen, Were.over fi'Om Mason City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hertig were down from Buffalo Center Friday, visiting with friends and shopping. , Prohibition Director O. A. Brunson was up from Des Moines Saturday to 'attend the T, H. Lantry funeral. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Pixler, who have been at Evanston, Illinois, spent, the past week hi Algona With friends. Charles Sampson and family left Saturday for an extended trip in their Bungaioafer with California as their destination. Mr", arid Mrs. R. E. Vincent left yesterday in then 4 Car for a trip west, planning to visit Yellowstone Park and other points. ,, Miss Patricia Reagah relumed jto her home in Omaha jsunday after spending two weeks at the B. E. McMahon home. Phyllis Sawyer, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sawyer spent most of last week at Clear Lake. The Sawyers went after her on Sunday. C. C. Schaap of Sheldon spent Saturday in Algeria. His son, Dr. Claire Schaap, is opening up a dental office in the Quinby building. Al, Bloom returned Thursday from a buying trip in 'Minneapolis and St. Paul for the Bloom store. He Was gone since, the Saturday before. Dr.' H. M: Olson will leave Saturday noon for a week's vacation which will be spent in Nebraska. His dental of- flice will be closed during, his absence: Carl Pearson, deputy auditor in the court house, began his two,weeks' vacation last Monday. He planned to go north into Minnesota for a few days of fishing. R. S. Blossom left this morning for Rapid City, South Dakota;'in the Black Hills. He is to attend a convention of the Northwestern National Insurance Company. A large bus containing students from Western State Normal school in Kalamazoo, Michigan, stopped for a short time here Monday. The occupants were botany students at the college. A. J< Rahe was over from Cherokee Monday on business. He was formerly assistant receiver of the First National Bank here. He Is now in the insurance business in Cherokee. The side walk in front of Bloom's store was repaired last week. It has been in bad shape for some time and the improvement has helped greatly. The work was done by Cowan & Son Miss Augusta Winkle has gone on a vacation trip to Burnette, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she will visit until September first when she. will return to Algona to resume her'sew- ing. ' , ' , Amie Peugnet received a yetter, from his daughter, Mrs. Marie Lichty, at San Antonio, Texas, last ,week to which she states thaf-ehj • accidently fell on a step and'fractured'bothJjpnea " Howard French was over from Tl- tonka on business yesterday. A baby boy was born August 5 to Mr. and Mrs. James Weydeft of Algona, Jde .Recker, one of Bancroft's leading farmers, was a business visitor in Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hagen of Chicago are guests at the Frank Vera home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Briggs enjoyed a visit Sunday from the latter's parents of Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. G. Scharlach were at West Union last week and attended a family reunion. Mrs. Oidney Laird left Saturday for a week's' visit in Sioux Falls with Dr. and Mrs. Ray Laird. Edgar Orton of Minneapolis spent Monday and Tuesday with his cousin, Clark Orton, the clerk of the district court. C. B. Matson has been spending several days ar~Bonaparte, in Van Buren county, where he was called on some business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Orapser and daughter, Mary Jane, of Cherokee, were guests at the home of Mrs. Elsie Cady Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Shumway spent Saturday and Sunday in Sutherland where Mr. Shumway attended to some business matters. Mr. and Mrs. John King moved to MarJhalltown last week. Mr. King was the district representative for the Chevrolet car here. Mrs. Frank Vera has received-word of the birth of a daughter to-Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Hagen of Titonka. Mr. Hagen is a brother of Mrs. Vera. . . Mrs. D. J. Scanlan left Monday for her home in Rock Valley, Iowa, after spending a week. here, with her sons, Drs. F. C. and C. J. Scanlan. Miss Corinne Sickles of Movllle, Iowa, and Miss Myrtle Hanna of Forest City came Monday' for a week's visit at the W. A. Vigars home on East McGregor street. ' . . A pick-up kitten ball team, from Algona drove to Ventura Sunday and played two games in the tournament there. They lost to Mason City 6 to 6 and to Ventura 6 to 2. Mr. and Mrs. Manual Boales of Minnesota, were visiting with friends here the last of the week. They were on their way to Des Moines to visit their son,'Victor and family. John Bennett of Emmetsburg w,as an Algona visitor Monday and paid this office a pleasant call. He worked for the Upper Des Moines-Repub- Hcan sixty-one years ago. Miss Marie Wehler has resumed her duties at the Falkenhainer & Haggard; office after having-been fin San Francisco the ; past three weeks visiting at ' her sister, 'Gertrude-,'« "Gerald Hartshorn returned the first of "the'week to, Washington, <D,'^0., Where he is attending schooL^JKe.bas Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk spent Sunday in Emmetsburg visiting Mrs. Hoenk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martini; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Koppen of Lakota are the prouti parents of a baby girl who Was born August 7 at the Algona hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetsch and daughter, Velma of Davenport left on Friday for their home after a visit at the Wm. Dau home. Margaret palmer plans to leave in about two Weeks for Fort Dodge where she has accepted a position in the Gates department store. Mrs. P. J. Christensen and children, Joyce and John, came home the last of the week from Spirit Lake where they had spent several weeks. Mrs. John Walker who came from California to attend the funeral of George Galbraith, left on Monday for Redfield, South Dakota, for a visit. Arthur Helberg drove to Sheldahl on Sunday after Mrs. Helberg aJd the two children who had been there for a week visiting relatives and friends. P. J. Christensen returned home on Sunday morning 1 from Chicago where he had been for a week doing the fall buying for the Christensen Bros, store. G. W. Churchill of Des Moines and Miss Adele Herbst spent Sunday and Monday at Okoboji with friends. Mr. Churchill is state editor of the Des Moines Register. James Fleming and Ray Doniick of Whlttemore, Delbert Vogel of Burt, Mary Miller and Helen McMahon of Algona were guests Sunday at the Sam Baylor home. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Becker, Mr. and Mrs. A. C..Becker, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Becker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuchynka and family spent Sunday at Spirit,Lake. The Chrischilles & Herbst stores is this week putting on another of its semi-annual White Elephant sales, which have become quite a success. Read the ad in this week's paper. Mrs. M. J. Kenefick and daughter, Gertrude came home Sunday from Iowa City, where they spent a .few days visiting Paul Kenefick who is attending summer school at the University of. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and little daughter will leave Sunday for a two weeks' vacation with Mr. Barnard's parents at Grand Forks, North Dakota. Mr. Barnard is the manager of the Gamble store. D. H. Goeders, T. H. Chrischilles and Mrs. Loren Minkler came home Saturday morning from Chicago where they had spent a week doing the fall buying for the Goeders store and the Chrischilles & Herbst store. Mrs. Joe Holtzbauer returned home Wednesday of last week from Des Moines where she had spent a week visiting her mother, Mrs. Ohas. Barry, who is ill at the home of another daughter, Mrs. C. B. M. Smith. Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt left Monday for Fort Dodge to join Mr.- and ; Mrs. F. F. Weiss on a fishing trip to Lake City. for the, 5 next' few flays. Mr,'; Weiss is •the senior partner of the ,Weiss & Sor-, W. A. Foster spent Sunday in Webster City With friends and relatives. ' Mrs. Eugene Kenefick and Mrs. Geo. Elbert Spent a few days last week at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dahl returned home Monday from an over Sunday visit With relatives in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson and daughter, Edith, drove to Des Moines Sunday where they spent a few days. Emil Benson' of Fort Dodge is the new mechanic at the Algona Motor Sales garage. He comes well recommended. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver spent Sunday at Mason City where they were guests of Mrs. Oliver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gmelln. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock and their daughter, Bernice visited Monday with Mr. Stock's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stock at Storm Lake. Evelyn Hodges came home last week from Chicago where she had spent the summer as a clerk at Marshall Fields. Evelyn taught last year at Jefferson, Wisconsin. Miss Ida M. Hawks came Saturday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Miss Hawks has been a teacher in the Milwaukee schools for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams returned Monday from Chicago where they had gone last week to attend the wedding of Mrs. Williams' sister, which was Saturday. M. J. Pool and his assistant, Ed. Hilmer, attended the Botsford Lumber Company picnic at Waseca, Minnesota, Sunday. Ed. won a prize in a horseshoe pitching contest. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows of Oakland, Iowa, returned to their home on Saturday after a visit of over a week at the home of Mrs. Burrows' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wright. ' Mrs. Joe Whalen and daughter, Gertrude of Mason City, visited Sunday with Algona relatives and friends. Mrs. Whalen is an aunt of Harry Baker, and at one time lived near Algona. Miss Dorothy Whitney came home last week from Minneapolis where she had been attending the summer session at the University of Minnesota from which she was graduated a . year year ago. She will teach next year at Lakefleld, Minnesota. '• Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godden spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr. Godden's mother, Mrs. J. H. Godden of Emmetsburg, who was in the hospital recovering from an illness of several weeks. Monday she was taken to her home as she is now recovering nicely. in C i Miss Bernice „, the !new clerk at the ,. . Herbst store. She began work Mon-. day. Miss Kerr is an experienced cor- setierre, and comes to Algona highly recommended. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent moved from their present home on East Lucas street to the house of Mrs. Sadie Schenck, also on East Lucas street. John Storms moved into the one vacated by the Vincents. Mrs D F. Zuill and daughter, Francis, ol Whitewater, Wisconsin, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zuill of Janesville' came to Algona .to : attend the George Galbraith funeral' and ^were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Keith. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Clark of Fort Madison visited at the E. H. Beards ey home Sunday. Mr. Clark formerly lived fit Eagle Grove but is now a bank receiver in charge of a bank at Fort Madison, Iowa. They are on then- way'west on their vacation. Mrs William Annis and daughter, Beth, came home from Iowa City about a week ago where Beth was attending summer school. She has been engaged to instruct in the Miles City, Montana, schools for another year at a handsome increase in salary. Dr. and Mrs. E. b. Hartman and family returned to their home In Jan- esvllle, Wisconsin, Friday after visiting -a few days with Algona mends. Joyce Hartman who had been visiting In Algona for the past four weeks, returned home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, O. W. Schwencker and daughter, Harriet, of Moline, Illinois, and F E. Jenkinson of Rock Island visited from Sunday untl ! ™« r f 0 K last week at the home of the latter s nephew, W. F. Jenkinson in Cresco township. The visitors left here for the Dells of Wisconsin. Mr. Jenkinson 'bade a trip through the Dells in 1870 when he was working a raft on the Wisconsin river. He is now custodian of the Masonic Temple at Rock Island, where he has been for a num- *"*"_• . -»_ j_ ~ *.n«t vnacraf ftf SCHOOL OPENS ON SEPTEMBER FIRST After First Day School Will Open at Eight and Close at Noon. NINE NEW TEACHERS COMING NEXT YEAR. Make-up Exams August 22. New Students Classify Then. High School Students Enroll August 29. (By Supt. J. P. Overmyer). • The janitors and everybody about the school buildings are busy gettlnr; the rooms ready for the opening of school Monday morning, September 1. There will be more or less of a turmoil in, getting started, but provisions are made to take care of all the pupils. True, we will be more or less crowded and conditions may not be ideal, but we trunt parents and pupils will realize the situation, and if everybody will try to make the best of ths conditions as provided by the school board there will be no icason why we shall not be able to do very efficient wcrk this year. We are anxious that all pupl'.a enroll far. first morning. If parents and pupils will make it * point to ser: that tills is done it vili assist ti-i -xM» ers and be of :;rpat help to pupi's. 'to be present the first morning and always on time is of great value to everyone in life. A pupil who starts school the first day and keeps a clean record usually takes personal pride )in his record and his school work. The game of school work is a mutual affair: parents, children and teachers are anxious that the children do well in their school work. To accomplish this requires team work on the part of ev- everybody interested in this work; so let every pupil start with a resolve to make this the best 'year of his school Attended Farewell Party for McNider. Harry Godden attended a i'arewell party for Col. Hanford McNider, which was held in the Hanford Hotel in Mason City last Friday. About two hundred were present, among them Senator Dan Steck, Rnlph Laird, most of the ex state commanders of the American Legion and a number of 7je- Blonnires. Col. McNider leaves about the 15th of the month for Canada, where he wns recently nppointed as United States minister. Legion Air Meet to be Postponed. Officers of the American Legion in Algona announce that the air meet which was scheduled to take place on Sunday, August 24, has been postponed until the latter part of September. The reason is the date conflicted with a meet "at D'enlson, Iowa, in which Clarence Chamberlain, the famous Iowa flyer, is to participate. It was thought to have the local meet on the 17th, but this date also conflicted with a meet which is to take place at another town. Monday In Algona with ; R;;8. Blossom, Mr. Taylor is • agent T for 'the Northwestern National Insurance Company "at Hayfleld, ' • Mr. and Mrs, Eugens Murtagh, Mrs. Forest Twogood, Jeannette Goeders ? Harold Falkenhainer and Ch'etser Fal- kainhainer spent Sunday at the Al Fal- kenhainer cottage on Hayward's Bay, Lake Okoboji. Mrs. A-H. Borchardt was in Grafton from Monday to Wednesday' of last week attending a funeral of an aunt, which was held on Wednesday. Mr. Borchardt drove down after her on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Creak returned to their home in Calgary, Canada, lust Friday after spending two weeks at the W. A. Vigars home. Mr. and Mrs. Vigars and family drove them as far as Minneapolis. The men are cousins. Mr, and Mrs. Jams Her and son and his wife all of Freeport, Illinois, visited last week at the homes of Mrs. Mary Stokes and Guy Stokes. Mr. Her is a brother of Mrs. Mary Stokes, and they had not seen each other for twenty years." . Fernley Nlcoulln and his mother. Mrs Isabelle Nicoulin, left the first of the week for Beloit, Wisconsin, where they will visit relatives .briefly. They will return to .Algon'a aftd after a few days here they will return to their home In Hollywood. Clyde Martin purchased a Chverolet coupe and left Thursday noon for Camden, New Jersey, to resume his duties for the R. O. A.-Vlctor • Company after a ten days' vacation spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin and other home folks. • Henry Berde plans to leave the last of the week for his home in Denver, Colorado, after a visit of three week? with his mother, Mrs. August Berde, at St. Joe, and with other relatives at p<" ". .-.. Hls uttje son) Henry, Eje Miss- e7*BTrnice> Slock arlcl^borothy Whitney for, a' few days. " The girls- are twins and are younger sisters of a sorority sister of Dorothy.'' ' ^ Fred Shuts, 'son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shilts, returned Sunday night to OelweinVafter spending a two weeks' vacation here with his parents. Fred is manager of the shoe department In the J. C. Penny store in Oelweuv He has been with them just a year. Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lowe spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ballard of Mason City. Mr, Ballard is with the Firestone Company at Mason City, and was formerly located here. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nielander, daughter, Ruth, and son, Arthur, of Spring Valley, Minnesota, came last Thursday for a visit at the home of Mr. Nielanderls sister, Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles. Mr. Nielander. is manager of a dry goods store at Spring Valley. . Rev, and Mrs. Metcalf left Monday for Sioux City, where they will be joined by their daughter, Mrs. Barrick and the three will go on from there to Des Moines where they will attend an assembly and camp meeting. Rev. Metcalf will be gone two Sundays but services- will be held in the Nazarene church during his absence. life. Half Day School. There Must Be a Reason Have you ever wondered why so many people buy United States Tires'? Compare our quality and prices with all others, and you liave the answer. ELBERT GARAGE South of Court House. ' Qw Wotto^'We Never Close," gPE0IAIr-*-A few goQd used cars at real Bargain Prices, *T John Larson of Union township treated his threshing crew and their families to several gallons of ice cream at the Alex McArthur home recently, after the crew had finished its threshing run which lasted a little over a w,eek: The crowd reported a jolly time. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cairy are the parents of a baby girl born Sunday afternoon. The young lady, who is their second child, weighed seven and one-half pounds. Mr. Cairy is employed at the Algona Bakery. Mrs. Cairy Is a daughter of Mrs. Joe Zlt- trltsch. Mrs. A. A. Sterling and three children, Helen, Genevieve and Jeannette, left Monday for Webster City, where they will spend two weeks visiting Mrs. Sterling's mother and other relatives. Mrs. W. A, Foster took them as far as Humboldt where they were met by Mrs. Sterling's relatives. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Crawford and little daughter, Ann, returned the first of the week from Des Moines where they had visited since last week Tuesday. They came as far as Fort Dodge Sunday, and Mrs. Crawford and Ann remained there until Monday afternoon. Dr. Crawford came on home Sunday. ' Mr, and Mrs. Rollin Hunter left on Sunday for Des Moines where they plan to spend about three weeks visiting Mr. Hunter's parents, The Hunters came from their home in Washington, D. C., about ten days ago for a visit at the home of Mrs. Hunter's parents, Senator-elect and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. William Dalley of B'ristow, Oklahoma, anil the latter's mother of Eldora, were in Algona on Friday of last week visiting William's cousin, Tom Dailey, and calling on , Alfred Normans .received the news last 'Saturday that they were again' grandparents, • 'their daughter, Margaret, now Mrs v James White of Manilla,- Iowa, having given birth to an eight and a half pound boy. Mr. RepubMarr.and -now the publisher-of the MMilla Times. Oleve Lantry, who' came from his home hi Spokane with his wife for the funeral of his brother, Harry Lantry, had not been in Aglona since the death of his mother ten years ago. Cleve married a Spokane girl after he left Algona and they have two boys, nine and thirteen years old. Cleve is the active manager of a radio broadcast- tag station in Spokane, and is prospering. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olson and Alfred" and John Olson drove up from Des Moines last Sunday for a visit with their relatives the Harry Spong- bergs. A. Norman, and R. M. Murray families. The Olson family, former residents of North Minnesota street, Algona, have been living in Des Moines for a number of years where the boys have employment. Mrs. Olson lives with her son, Alfred. Clyde Collinson returned last week to the hospital at Woodward where he has been a patient for the past nine months, after having been called home by the death of his infant son whom he had never seen. He does not know how much longer he must remain at Woodward. His sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jandl, accompanied by his wife and son, and his mother took him back to Woodward in the Jandl car. On Monday morning, September!. school will open at nine o'clock; then for the rest of the week school will begin at eight o'clock and dismiss at twelve o'clock. On Friday, August 22, an opportunity will be given to pupils to take an . examination on subjects they have been making up. JThe examinations will beheld at the high school building, beginning at eight o'clock " ' At the same hour I wish pupils entering our schools for the first time would come for classification and enrollment. This does not apply, to pupils enrolling for the first time as primary children; they will go directly to the schools, of the district in which they live. Stadents Enroll f August J59. Friday 'morning, August 29/^fc nine - Palo Alto Farms to be Sold at Auction. A 327-acre farm and a 44-acre farm belonging to D. E. Kulp of Emmetsburg will be sold at auction Tuesday, August 19. The farms are adjoining the town of Rodman and the larger one is highly Improved. An ad appears elsewhere in this paper. William Holland of Waterloo will be the auctioneer. Storm Damage*! Buildings in Minn, Good Hope, August 12. Special: Mrs. Wm. Trcptow had a letter from h« brother, George Madden, of Lynd, Minnesota, recently telling of the storm which struck that region two weeks ago. Much property dftmftge-was dttnS nnd many buildings destroyed, among them being the barn and other build-' inss on the Fred Nicholson farm. Mrs. Nicholson is related to the William Stouienburgs and formerly lived in this vicinity. Galbraith Union. The tent.meeting opened last Sunday very encouragingly. We Were especially happy over the number coming from the surrounding communities. The meetings will continue with the exception of Monday night, which Is rest night, for the next two weeks. Missionary Kenny will speak tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at two-thirty p. m. and Rev. S. M. Gladstone of Lone Rock next Sunday afternoon. We are not able to announce the speakers for the remainder of the week, but hops to do so soon. There wU 1 be afternoon services each afternoon with the exception of Monday and Saturday. The pastor preaches each evening. The general public is moat cordially invited to attend'all of these services.—H Nell Malen, pastor. First Lutheran Church. Sunday School at ten a. m. Evening service ,at eight p. m.—C. E. Olsson, pastor. DID YOU EVER WANT TO WRITE THIS LETTER?. H AS YOUR day ever started off on the wrong foot—because tlfe clock was wjpng? _ Has YOUll hu'sband ever blamed you -when he missed the tttfirri) Have YOU ever been'Into for the bridgc-lunch«pn, much too ' early for the dentist?s—because the cktek was wrong? Then, ymfll enjoy "DM you i ever waflt to write this letter?" It's n free ... funny . . . very ..helpful little booklet^publiShed 'by the makers of Hamirton- Sangamo Electric Clocks in, the ' interest of more accurate time ; in the home. j.». j May we mail you o copy with • oar; compliments? F. W. Webler & Co, Jewelers Se Optometrist Certified Watchmakers. , o'clock, I am asking seniors and jun- •• - ain asking freshmi,., — . . to come and do likewise-T. "Usually we have about a hundred outside students in our high sohool.' Thert, are always some wanting room andlboard; others wanting a place to do light housekeeping: and' some wanting places where they can work for board and room In part or whole. Then we shall have a few new teachers who will want rooms I wish people wanting pupils or teacher would let me know, and we Will do the best we can in getting everybody settled. High School Teachers. .U Miss M. J. Coate, principal ....Algona Prances Messer Humboldt Prances Duhigg Emmetsburg Alvena Miller ..Cedar Falls Ruth Messenger Belle Plaine Leona Krampe "^Ceck' ^^ Mrs. H. L. Barnes and daughter, Marjorie, of Chicago and Mrs. H. C. Barnes of Rolfe are visiting this week at the George Elbext home. Mrs. H, C. Barnes is Mrs. Elbert's mother and Mrs.H . L. Barnes is her brother's wife. Miss Bernadine Barnes of Davenport was also a guest at the Elbert home. She Js a sister of Mrs. Elbert, and is taking nurses' training at Davenport where she has about half completed her course. Bert Ballard and his six black-birds will play at the Forest City Jubilee next week. The group was organized last summer at the time of the Algona Diamond Jubilee. The Ballards moved to Mason City about the time of the Jubilee, but the group has been getting together lately to practice for "aHe celebration next week, i Other members of the group are Joe Harig, Roy McMahon, Gene Neville, Harold Neville, John Shirley and Glenn Raney. Mrs. W. A. Foster and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, accompanied-by Mrs A. E, Samp leave today fov Arlington Mrs. Foster and Mary Elizabeth will visit the former's brother and three sisters, who live at Arlington. Mrs Samp will go on to Volga City to visit relatives with whom her children have been visiting during the summer vacation. Mrs. Btimp is taking her vacation from the Paine & Sorensen store They plan to come home next Tuesday. MSWXXM^^ ^TtM 11 *^^^ ' /•* 11 nri • A^i^ * Call 1 heatre — Alg ,'-f 4 i '.it i-'?***^ Cool and comfortable a.t 8,11 times. The big Bowerplant ' back guarantee possible. , THURSDAY & FRIDAY,"'AUGUST 1* 2:30 p. m. matinee Thursday, Ruth Kriekenbaum . .West Point, Iowa Esther Quimby -Cedar Falls Arhean Burmeister . ....Waldorf, Mmn. Aubrey Bonham "-™®5*£ George S. Johnson Ruth Renaud .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..........Pella Hattie Wilson Springyille Ploy Horn Moulton Special Instructors. Antoinette Bonnstetter, nurse, Algona ' Moines Grace" Melba Mllier, music .... ..Pella Grade School Teachers. .uucia Wallace • A } gon ?' Carrie Durant Algona Lola Dreesman Algona Lillian Granzow A , B °"o' Bertha Godfrey Eileen Portman Nellie Benedict Shenandoah Dora Carson State Center Margaret Hullerman ...... ••••• p _ er ,7 Bernice Palmer Cedar Falls Esther Fulton • • • • • • •Audubon Mrs. Hazel Ward ••••••••••Ted Oak Mrs. Hazel Ward Red Oak Daisy Schoffstall P»ot Mound Matelda Dallinger 42™ Jeanne Coon Waukon Dorothy Bravinder .. Bed Wood Falls •jtjV-.-)i«W^" 11 1/7 Qnramount^&tuae_ The greatest romantic adventure of.-au times. The picture story , daring feat. Where no woman has ever been. Courage and daijng.ftt;,,, the bottom of the world. Also Talking News Reel—New—Second Showing in America. SATURDAY SPECIAL, AUG. 16. Trade matinee at itwo^P- rn. and every two hours, A spicy, smart and amuslne comedy of a pretty girl's i attempt to avoid marriage. Dorothy Mackaill Basil Eathbone "THE PLIETINa WIDOW" Based on the story, "Green Stockings". Flirtatious scandal of the town. CTauae~GHnngwater and Wm. Austin supporting. She'll win your heart and wreck your funny bone. Also Talking Comedy. PATIVOL .. Opal Knox Dallas Center. Standing of the Kitten Ball Teams. In the city diamond ball league the race between the Standard Oil team and the Hormel team has been not with the Oils leading up to August 12. The following is the standing of the different teams: Team Standard Oil Hormt'l Hill Supply • Legion Won Lost Pet. ..11 3 .786 ..9 5 .643 K. County State Bank 3 7 9 11 .50' .357 .214 SUNDAY, AUGUST 17. Matinee one p. m. and every two hours. Cool and comfortable at any time or your money mack. The screen's famous buddies. Jack Holt Ralph Graves in * COLUMBIA PICTURE old friends. They had also visited with friends at Feiitpn and Eldom. The Daileys lived here several years ago. Both the Northwestern and Mil* waukee roads are putting on a two weeks' round-trip excursion to Chicago for Saturday night of this week,bays run a number of trip exojH^Qnj p £M- cago within the last few moatfo both wwrtoas appear la " part oj the pm»r. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Duncan came Wednesday of last week to spend the remainder of the month with Mrs. Duncan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Free. The Duncans live at Westfleld, New Jersey, where Mr. Duncan is the physical education director for the boys' athletics in the senior high aehoek Tuesday they went to Clear Lake tQ 9pentil ft few days with Mr. at Algona Mr,s. 0, Wh. MJB, La are sjworlty si|te« are frate the wen The Week's Weather. After the extreme heat of last week the cooling breezes which brought relief and restful nights hav been most welcome. Even the corn pricked up its ears and decided to live. The following is the report for the past week: Wednesday 81 Thursday °° Friday, rain .05 96 Saturday, rain .18 84 Sunday Monday Tuesday 81 High Low 68 70 71 67 64 51 59 ..77 76 DRAMA ROMANCE | AHQ ADVENTURE HEUUU1ND Two daredevil Yankees in the French Fopelgn Legion fight for and with each other. The thrill spectacle of the movie age. Also Vitaphone Vaudeville and Talking Comedy. MON., TUBS., & WED, AUGUST 18-19-20. Trade matinee at two-thirty p. m. Tuesday. LISTEN ALGONA AND KO3SUTH COUNTY. It's in the air. You hear it everywhere. Rumblings of a mighty event—you feel it. It comes Monday for a three day run. Three days mean—it's big I Prepare to join the tremendous crowds. Get ready npw—get in on the greatest air thrill this man's city has ever experienced. Listen to the drone of the motors and the crackle of flaming planes. Live with these daredevil aces. Share their joys, share their sorrows, share their dangers. Hundreds of planes manned by the greatest stunt flyers in the world. Thousands of tons of ammunition blown up. Crazy courage! Reckless flying. Dick Barthelmess and forty-six of America's greatest stunt flyers. Talking News Reel. .THURS. & FRIDAY, AUG. 21-22. "Windy" Raines Polly Moran Cftiff Edwards Cliff Edwards Leila Hyams "WAY OUT WEST" Never has Wm. Hataes been funnier, You are taken out laughs are laughs """' in a rodeo of roars. , , ,. Boisterous BUI Haines as a' rol licking cowboy. Also Talking , -•; i -•if ,

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