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f he t?|)|)6f Des Moittes-Eepublican, August 20,1930 Brief? Mrs. Ann Pechrter spent Sunday In Marshall, Minnesota, with friends. MISS Ruth Reed of Audubon, was -la Algone, calling on friends recently. W. B. Nugent came from Chicago Sunday for a ten day vacation at the P. W. Dingley home, H. W. Miller spent the week end at Minnesota Lake with his parents, Mr. tmd Mrs. Wm. Miller, Dallas Poster of Port Dodge and Wesley Tollerton of Independence were -Algona callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk spent the week end at Okoboji. Mr, Hoenk owns the Algona Auto Market. Mr, and Mrs. Al Bloom and Fred "Wehler drove to Forest City Tuesday to attend the jubilee celebration. • Mrs. 3. W. Little came home Saturday from Humboldl where shi had .spent a few days wltfrher mother. Mr. and Mrs. C. S.'tohrison drov« to Minneapolis Sunday, "and Were' expected home the middle of the week. Mr. and Mrs. D. T, Nugent spent •Saturday and Sunday In Manchester visiting with Mrs. Nugent's parents. Wayne Altwegg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Altwegg fell from his pony on Saturday and fractured his arm above the elbow. •L. E. Linnan:went to Chicago Tuesday evening to attend the American Bar convention which Is to be held there this week. • Mrs. O. Madson was confined to her "bed the first of the week because of Illness. Her health has not been of the best recently. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Harrison are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday of , last week at the home of Ml'ss Minnie Stelnman. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson went toV Des Moines Monday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Dickinson's sister, Mrs. Gardner Cowles. • ... Joe Bloom spent Sunday at Mason • City with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bloom. Mrs. Bloom is visiting her parents in Minneapolis. Norman Palmer, son of George Palmer, janitor at the court house, fractured the humerous bone in his left arm Sunday when he fell from a tree. Mrs. J. T. Chrlschilles left today for a week's visit with the George Call family of Sioux City at the Call cot- take at Eagle Point on Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Henry Rossman of Newton is visiting at the N. V. Lowe home and with other Algona friends this wefik. She plans to return to her home the last of the week. • Dr. M. J. Kenefick, Dr. R. H. Crawford, and Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer attended a meeting of the Upper Des Moines Medical society at Spirit Lake Thursday of last week. . , Mrs. • Martha Helm , Launsberry,',of Nevada, was operated on at the Algona hospital * Saturday for ''append!-, cltls. Mrs. Launsberry is a daughter of Herman Helm of; Woden. v^-^ MTsS WUnaftfaf tfta^ cago' Sunday after a two'-weelcs' tion spent at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Dingley. Helen is employed in a bank in Evanston. Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Fofeter and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, were expected home Tuesday from .Arlington, where Mrs. Foster and Mary Elizabeth had been visiting for about a week. THE NINE ALLISONS WHO WILL BE A FEATURE OF FAIR FREE ACTS. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock were Algona visitors last Friday. ; Mrs. D. R. Steele left Monday for a weeks' visit with her parents in Kingsley, Iowa. Christina Gould, the daughter, of B. H. Gould had her tonsils and adenoids removed yesterday.. Miss Aleta Klepfer will leave Friday for her home in Buffalo, New York, after visiting about ten days with her friend, Miss Alice Behlmer. The girls attended Chicago Normal School of Physical Education last year. Alice was graduated in June and will teach in the east this fall. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cordlngley and children, accompanied by another Des Moines family stopped for a short while In Algona Monday on their way to Lake Okoboji. "Bill 1 is always glad to see his old Algona friends and regretted that he did not have time for a longer visit with them. Marriage licenses this week were issued to Frank Wanzer of Danbury, Connecticut, and Eleanor Norton of Algona; Lowell Jennings of Bradgate and Helen E. Kelsey of Bradgate; Dwight Graham of Tltonka and Marie Holm of Titonka; and Orville Telford of Emmetsburg and Mary Farrell of Clayton, Illinois. Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Sr., came home Monday from Omaha where she had spent two weeks visiting at the home of her son, Wilfred Ressegule, and mak- ng the acquaintance of her new jranddaughter. Wilfred .spent a few lays of the last week in Chicago on justness. Mr. Holmes went to Port Dodge Monday and brought Mrs. Holmes home. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Paylor and baby arrived in 'Algona Saturday from Roxboro, North Carolina. Mrs. Paylor and the baby had been in the south for over three months and Mr. Paylor Was there for the past two weeks. His father's health is very poor. They intend to make their home in Algona. Mr. Paylor Is resident engineer for the state highway commission in Kossuth county. Charley Murtagh and his friend, Mr. Ingvolstad, spent several days at Spirit Lake last week. They went on a fishing trip and finding that poor played golf instead. Aftter his friend had .made a 39 on the Spencer course, Charley suggested that they play "pony gojf" as he thought he had a better chance to win. Mr. Ingvolstad and his daughter who had been visiting at the Murtagh home for a few days, left for their home in Los Angeles the first of the week." Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Drummond and little daughter, Mary, and Mrs. Dnmv- mond's sister, Miss Porothy .Hutchison, came Sunday from Chicago/ 'for,, a .Vis- It, at the home of, their parents, Mr aiid'Mrs. A. Hutchison. They were accompanied by Donald Hutchison' of Ceda'r Rapids, who", returned to his home Tuesday. Mr. 'and Mrs/Driim- mond will be here' about» weekj,,be- for¥ 8 they go v to '"" T -"-> s '*^™°""' -" Mr. Poster night. joined them Saturday Alice. Behlmer will leave the last of the week for Springfleld, Illinois, to visit her sister, Mrs. Lee Reinhardt, who will be remembered here as Miss Margaret Behlmer. Margaret and her husband are playing with a stock company in the Springfleld locality. Misses Gladys and Urllna Steln- metz of Rlcevllle, Iowa, are guests his week at the Marc Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Smith were am- ng the Algonians who drove to Forst City Sunday for the Jubilee cele- ration. . Mr. and. Mrs/ Anton Anderson and Mrs. Lorreen Sfihmons drove to Forst City to attend the Jubilee there Monday. , Mr, and Mrs. Nels Christensen of ipencer were guests Sunday 1 at.; the lome of their son, P. J. Christensen nd family, Mrs. J. F. Cook is expected .home rom a six weeks' tour In the west and visit with her mother at Fort Ben- oh, Montana. Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt came home on Saturday from a fishing trip which she made with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Weiss f Fort Dodge. Johannsen & Son have contracted 6 erect two houses and a barn on wo farms near Titonka owned by a Cedar Rapids insurance company. Messrs, and Mesdames Russell Cook, Henry Johannsen and Harry Hargreaves were at the Titonka Indian bay celebration on Friday-evening. E. W. Lusby and Chas. Lund spent Sunday at Clear Lake and Forest City where,dwy-rwere present tec thei opening t day 4 pf the Forest,;^ jubilee. Willis Bradley and wife and.two sons of/*Mlnneapolis are expected to ar- ceive'd her master^degreejfrom Nortti- western University, •.,',' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klink left 'on Tuesday for Waterman, Illinois, after a visit of a few days at the home of Mrs. Klink's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John'Coon, They have been living at Maquoketa where Mr.iKOink-was foreman of a paving crew of the Bryant Construction Company, He will be the foreman of a paving crew at Waterman. Mrs. Klink's sister and hus-j band, Mr .and Mrs. Paul Blome, are also living in Illinois, at Lincoln, where Mr. Blome is employed by the Lefferdink Construction Company. Mrs. Blome was before her marriage, Miss Maude Coon. Phone 290-291 AKRE Closing Out Discount Sale I will give a cash discount of twenty per cent on all sales of one dollar or over. . , M.EOUINN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Sexton, Iowa. D. F. Sullivan and returned to their This act is one of the best In America and has been showing but a short ime In this country. , , store, i tpofc "timeVoffr'last we'ekf^or^ t? shortl vacation visi^ta Mason;. City short with relatives. ,O. F. Nolte leaves, today for,Des Moines where he -will act as gate- man at the lowa.state fair. This }s he twenty-seventh year that he has ierved in that capacity. Mrs. Victor Young and two chll- ren of Rockwell City returned to. their lome Sunday after a visit since Wednesday at the home;of Mrs. Young's lister, Mrs, Harry McCorkle, Father Davern took the children of the ninth and tenth grades of the Catholic school to Okoboji Monday toe an outing. There were twenty some in ;he party, which went In four cars. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spongberg and ,on, John, leave tomorrow for Des Moines to visit with relatives for v/eek. This is Harry's vacation al- owed from his duties as city mail carrier. Dr. W. D. Andrews is having the Interior of his offices over the Hub Recreation Parlor changed around so that ;here will be room for a new x-ray machine and also a room for electro- ;herapy, Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, deputy county recorder, returned home last Sunday from a two weeks' vacation in Pond du Lao, Wisconsin. She visited tier daughter, Mrs. R. E. Whitney in that'city, "'' ' ' The Goeders store Is being painted and redecorated this week. Alex Nielsen and.hls men are doing the work. The Improvements will add greauy to of the Interior of William Van iHorsen arid son of Clear Lake were calling on Algona friends last Friday. Dr. Ralph Van Zwol of Eagle Grove called on his friend, Dr. Claire Schaap here last Saturday. Miss Bernice Stock went to Sioux City Sunday to visit her brother, Kenneth and his family. Everett Stephenson, who lives near Sexton, had his tonsils and adenoids removed last Monday. George Elbert of the Elbert garage, was in bed sick with a touch of the flu last week and this week. Chester Falkenhainer left Saturday for New York City after a two weeks' visit in Algona with relatives. Ralph Morrison of Cedar Rapids is the new barber in the Clement & Briggs shop under the Algona Hotel. Mrs. Frank- Green and Frank, Jr., come home Monday from Omaha and Des Moines where they had visited the pas: week. Miss Mildred Clayton left one day last week for Mason City after spending a week at the A. E. Clayton home near Algona. Mrs: Joe Bloom returned Tuesday from a two weeks' visit with her parents in St. Paul. Mr. Bloom met her in Forest City. u'A. li Sarazine of Emmetsburg was an Algona visitor last Wednesday. He was formerly in the employ pf the Steele clothing store here, * Mrs. Fred Martin and Mrs. Robert Leason of Algona and CameUa RelbV Rev. W. A. Frazler is having his vacation this month, and is making a trip to Oklahoma and Wisconsin. Kathleen Holtzbauer is taking a Week of vacation from the Christensen Bros, store, and is spending part of it at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter, Thelma, of Lincoln, Nebraska, came Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Virgin's Mrs. M. E. Worster. Mr. ahd Mrs. H. F, Housh and two children of Sparta, Wisconsin, are visiting at the home of Mrs Housh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen. L. G. Lyman and grandson, Gene Ingraham arrived in Algona this morning from Centralia, Washington, and are visiting Abner and Chester Long. Mr. Lyman is an uncle of the Long Brothers. Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Anita, home in Muscatlne this morning after spending a few days at the J. W. Sullivan home. There Is an excursion to Chicago on the Northwestern this week for eight dollars round trip. The Milwaukee is offering excursion rates over labor day. Both railroads have ads appearing elsewhere In the paper. Mr. and Mrs. W. Bindewald and the latter's father, Albert Will, of Albert Leo, spent Sunday with Mrs. O. Lorenz. Mrs. Will, who was a sister of Mrs. Lorenz, died a few weeks ago. Mr. Bindewald is an uncle of Dennis and Carlyle Becker of Algona. Mlos Sadie Green went to LuVerne Monday to visit friends, and will go from there to Hardy for a few days. She Is home for a vacation x'rom Waterloo where she if attending a business college from which she will finish in October. She !s a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington and son, Robert, and daughter, Bernice, left last Wednesday on an auto trip last Wednesday to be gone ten days through tire Black Hills and then on to Big Timber, Montana, and through the Yellowstone National Park. The Misses Maurlne and Frances Ketcham of Dwight, Illinois, visited at the Anton Anderson home last week. The Ketchams were a prominent family here > several years ago. About seventeen years ago they moved to Dwight and this Is the first visit the young ladies;; have made to Algona since then. t. Miss Laura HJelie, who taught physical training in the local schools here for the past three years, has accepted a position in the junior college in Phoenix, Arizona, for the coming year. She has been teaching' in the summer school at the Missouri State Teachers' College during the past summer. Her home is in Decorah, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Moulds of Lake City spent Sunday at the J. H. Moulds home. The men are cousins, and the ladies are sisters.. A few months ago Mrs. Moulds had a nervous breakdown from which she is slowly recovering. She and her husband went from here Former Algona Minister Has Trouble*. Brltt Tribune: The many friends of the Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate Will be sorry to learn that the vacation trip planned by the minister and his wife came to a rather abrupt ending, They reached Hubbell, Michigan, and while there were In a collision which wrecked their car, making it necessary to buy a new one. Mrs. Southgate was slightly injured and they returned to BochL-oter, Minnesota, where they had been visiting. She Is having some teeth removed and will visit later with her daughter at Hartley, Iowa. Mr. Southgate was advised by Rochester physicians to have an oper- Livermore Boya Play Gddd Ball Livermore Gazette: "Lstty" Cayott, our athletic conch, has completed his contract of eighteen games of base ball with the Algona tenm, winning thirteen out of the eighteen. pitch at Algonft during would be nn attraction that would pull from this neighborhood. Hartey Ov- , erniynr played ball at Algona Sunday. lie played for Algona against Hampton, and although Algona lost, it was no fnult of Hariey. He did their best hitting, and for a final out drove a long fly over the denier field's head, which, however, he had time to go back and pet under. He missed being If Tfe eomd the fair, «'• tvuviitvji'ti K**J u'v*** 1 ".' *•« .....«—--—(• -- -_ atlon at this time so he will bo there a hero by just ft few feet, for about two weeks longer. His address Is Room 144, Worrell hospital. Lotts Creek Man Can Produce Rain. Whlttemore Champion: It Is reported that Peter Reding of Lotts Creek offered to bet fifty dollars that it would rain a week ago Monday, but he could find no takers among his neighbors. It seems that he based his predictions upon past history, having been in the county fifty some years, and it has never failed to rain when he threshed, It also rained Monday, delaying the Reding threshing for a day, spell Should there be an abnormal dry next year, we would urge the Titonka Farmer Filled Silo Friday. Hans Koestler, a farmer living near Titonka, filled His Bllo last (Friday. This Is quite unusual to fill a silo so early. He stated that the corn was well dented although there were a number of barren stalks. Fined for Driving With Faulty Brakes. Walter Hadler of Buffalo township fined ten dollars and ; costs in. was tUCll ilUAU yt.ni, WC WUU,U *A*6V !/"*. »T**0 »...vv* ~- • „„-!.. members of Mr. Reding's threshing Justice A. Hutchison's court last,ffeek, ring to shove his date ahead a few days. for driving brakes. a car with improper, hofl^qf .TJnlon Jswmhlp had theit ted last Thursday/ !^M?!? t 'and < Mrs,»Dolph» -Misbach of Fairmont, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the" Joe Misbach home,. Corrine Mis-, bacli stayed for a longer visit. Mr- and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence spent Saturday and Sunday at the T. J- Vincent-home in Algona. The Lawrences are spending the summer at Clear. Lake c; H. Reilly left Sunday for Des Moines where he will again be night policeman at the state fair grounds. He was also down there last year in that capacity. Mrs. H. L. Barnes and daughter, to Clear Lake ri «where they plan spend two weeks *Jygciatlonin|. Mrs. Susie Englerfformer'^nty recorder Who recently sold home, plans to^leaye soon ve^tislngj.h^r household t f expects'to'goL/ro dhioagblr'whWB'^ 5 ?' daughter; Edifa, is living? He^ jnany friends' hop^hat she wJU not decide /^vyvvwvw^ _. i i. _ m^V« rt4/\v*4- I the attractiveness the store. Mrs. S. C. Southard of Mason City came Tuesday of last week to the H. E. Morgan home in Algona to visit friends. She left this week Tuesday for a visit at the Carl Ebert home near Whlttemore. Misses Ethel and Marion Dumas of Wlndom, Minnesota, are visiting at the home of their sister, Mrs. P. J. Waldron this week and assisting with the household duties apd getting acquainted with a new nephew, Gerald Lee. Mr. and Mrs. M. J, Pool and famr ily returned home yesterday from.Wis- consin, Mr. Pool went after his fam* Ily Thursday, They had spent sev* eral weeks visiting Mrs, Pool's parents who have a cottage at Shell Lake in Wisconsin. Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Sawyer and child- jen, Phyllis and Junior, Mrs, Saw- year's mother, Mrs. Ahrens, and. Marlon Corey drove to Forest City on Sunday for the opening days of the Forest City jubilee, wlateh was held Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Marjorie, left Saturday for their home in Chicago after spending a week here with Mrs. Barnes' sister-in-law, Mrs. George Elbert. Gerald Hartshorn left Friday night for Washington, D. C., spending a week's vacation here. He is working and attending Georgetown University in Washington, D. C. Steve Johnson, a well known Algon- ian of former years, is now boss hustler for the Ringling Brothers' circus which showed in Fort Dodge recently. Steve has many friends in Algona. Mrs. C. E. Genrich returned home Sunday after a month's visit with friends and relatives In Moline and Gcneseo, Illinois. She also spent some time in Milwaukee visiting with her Eon, John. R. 8. Blossom returned Sunday from a few days' trip In the Black Hills. He attended a Northwestern National Insurance convention there. Mr. Blossom reports much rainfall in that region. Betty Streit was to leave tonight for Chicago where she will resume her training course in the Mercy hospital. She has been spending a three weeks vacation at the home of her grandfather, A. Streit, Mrs. John Draxton of Fairmont, Minnesota, came last Wednesday for visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Briggs. Mrs. Briggs Is a daughter of Mrs. Draxton. Mrai. Drfexton returned to ler home Sunday. Dorothy Sltzman of Klngsley, re- urned home Sunday after spending wo weeks with her chum, Mildred iapesius. Both girls were graduated ast spring from the Mt. St. Mary's chool in Cherokee. Ml', and Mrs. Robert Clement of Kildeer, North Dakota, and Mrs. Tom Clement of Hettinger, North Dakota, came a week ago Sunday for a visit at the Charles Clement home. They W leave the 1 ; county, i>e|mancntiy^ f \ i Mrs, I. SrRiggs and'tyttle daugfrtej 1 , Nancy Bell;;'left Wednesday of last week for their home -In Youngstown, Ohio. She and her sister, Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, had spent several weeks at the hoine of their father, Giles Fettigrew at Flandreau, South Dakota, and returned to Algona Tuesday, of last week with Mr. Kresensky who came after them. Mrs. Susan Barry arrived home on Monday after spending five weeks in Des Moines with her daughter, Mrs. C. B. M, Smith, who returned with her and also brought her daughter, Mary Susan. Mrs. Smtih and daughters will stay until the Des Moines schools start. Wilbur Barry drove down after them. Mrs. Barry has not been In the best of health lately. Mrs. Harold Bockes returned to the Christensen Bros, store Monday after two weeks of vacation. She and Mi 1 . Bockes, who is a traveling salesman for the Skelgas Stove Company spent the first week at Clear Lake, where they had a cottage, ter, Miss Christine Mrs. Bockes' sis- Arent, who was taking her vacation from the Hawcott & Ogg store, spent the week with them. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans and daughter, Kathleen, went to Iowa City, on Wednesday for the summer school graduation exercises. Their son, Wallace, will be graduated Thursday from the University of Iowa. He has been taking a commercial course. The Ev- anses will be home Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Otis Paddock arrived in Algona Monday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Paddock's Mrs. F..L. Tribon. parents, Dr. and They drove from I »l I -,»„*• • DECORATINTsERVICE r home deserves.the very best ain »w»y. Far we estimate your next pain DAYS OF SUFFERING ?IPW QUICI&y BNDBP The «« tiojii you «»rt »w of, fhtu toil, let tbt iaiiant rthtf v<>M t»t with DMvdi Aipttaum, Almoit b«foie you kuow It tb* p»l» eft Sunday for their A car driven by o. homes. H. Minson of Whltlhg, Iowa, and one driven by Mrs. J. L. Bonar came together as Mrs. Bonar was turning into the Algona Country Club last Wednesday evening. Neither car was badly damaged. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Free and their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duncan of Westfleld, New Jersey, drove to Port Dodge Monday to attend the Ringling Brothers' circus. Mr. ftnd Mrs. A. H. Stock also attended the circus. Miss Lorraine Coonan returned to her Jjojne In Emmetsburg Sunday after spiendtog a week here with her steiej-, Mrs, M. J- St«>lt. Miss Coon«» Jg, taking aji accowUng couric In a cpj»jperoip},,c«ljege in Etee Mpjnes. and Use, Iw4 *» Jew w^fca' vacation f vom their home In Glendale, Arizona, and came by way of Yellowstone Park, where Mrs. Paddock was attacked by one of the park bears. Her clothing was torn, but her injuries were not serious and she regards the episode lightly. This is Mr. Paddock's first visit to Iowa. He is in the lumber business at Glendale, where he has been located for a number of years. Mrs. J. F. Nicoulin and son, Fernley and Mrs. John Walker are leaving today for San Antonio, Texas on their way to their home at Hollywood, California, They were called here by the death of Mrs. Nicoulin's brother, Geo. Galbraith, and have been busy visiting old friends and looking after the Galbraith estate matters for the past two weeks. Mrs. Nicoulin and Ed. Hough are the administrators of • the large Galbraith estate, with Archie Hutchison as their attorney. DOUBLE-EDGE RAZOR Jfl (old or new model) ^BETTER RAZOR w -or your money back i Ayte&VQ? Call Theatre - Algona » t f The Summer Resort of Northwest Iowa, Do you know" that the Com- ,•»',•] merclal Club of Algona has fitted up the best rest room''to be found mi any small town? It is located under the office of Dr. .Sawyer, formerly he County Savings Bank building. ' ,'.•'"',., . , i MON*. TUBS. & WED. AUGUST 18-19-20. Trade matinee Tuesday 2:30 p. m. Prices—10c-30c. The outstanding airplane picture of all time. Richard Barthelmess "THE DAWN PATROL" Forty-nine of the best stunt flyers .n the world are used. Any three-day booking means—It's big. SPECIAL FOR BAND CONCERT NIGHT! THUBS. & FBI., AUG. 21-22 ' He couldn't ride, shoot, or rope, but was a real "bad man" with the cowboys' gals. Whoopee Bill goes western. r ,' SUN. & MON., AUG. 24-25. A big special. Sunday matinee at ne p. m. and every two, j> hours. One of the big ones. i • i Norma Shearer Marie Dressier Rod LaRocque "LET US BE GAY" Love? From now On I am golngri be Just gay. Norma, Shearer^ ing, audacious and gay_ * ~'' went from Podunk to,. ,er than "The DlybJ? Well balanced pr '—" alklng news-^jE MAINE/ WESt Leila Hyams (shes' beautiful) Polly Moran (Funnier than ever). €liff Edwards (A singing Cowboy). A rodeo of roars. Also a well balanced program In eluding New News. ._ , m?-Prices 10c-30o; Beiascd stage ng KraianceVof ,Old big TOad'showw<'~* dred per f cent 4 hundred per life 7 ot Cleopatra, Du Barry, Madame Pompe, Nell Gwynne. Then beauty made them a law unto themselves. Will men forgive a woman anything as long as she is beautiful. Also Talking News. SAT., AUGUST 83. Trade Matinee 1:30 and every two hours. A gold digging wife sells husband for $100,000. An amusing tale of a man who thought himself wise. What kind of a wife does a man prefer? A home maker or a whoopee maker? Belle Bennett John Halliday in i A tale "of one wise "man and two clever women. .Also— Two talking comedies. Thirty minutes of big fun. THURS. & FBI., AUG. 28-29. rrado Matinee Thursday at 2:30 p. m.—Prices 10c-30c. A brilliant screen version of a sensational stage hit. Constance Bennett Body of a goddess, face of an angel, eyes heavenly blue, lips that yield and yearn. Eric Von Stroheim The man you love to hate in 'THREE FACES EAST' A tremendous drama of the Europr ean spy sybtem. One of the 1931 productions. Also New Talking News. SATUBDAY, AUG. 30. SPECIAL Lon iChaney "THE UMHOfcY THREE" •> >k£< / E^K - « '.^'jvf^iW .;"'< %' - i.C*/Arft;*j)li'^",V -JWfi ,i: -•'-', \ • -

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