The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 12,1930 Party Honors "Dick"— At the residence of Mr. and Mis. Archie Hutchison was gathered last Wednesday night a group of friends to assist Hon. L. J. Dickinson and wife to celebrate his elevation to the United States senate. About a dozen of his well wishers gathered round the table to enjoy one of Mrs. Hutchison's rare seven o'clock dinners. The guests included Mrs. Helen Dickinson, Miss Ella Thompson, Miss Frances Messer, Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker, Joe Misbach, besides the Misses Eveline and Ada McElrea of Duneadin, New Zealand. The occasion was utilized to open the season's first season of the Anagram club which was contested with much skill and spirit, the winner being Mrs. Will F. Walker. TV. C. T. U. Annual Dinner— The W. 0. T. U. annual dinner was held Tuesday evening.at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson. There were about fifty members and guests present. Rev. Allan Wood, pastor of the Good Hope church, gave a talk on the Moral Issues of Today. Mrs. Frank Qeigel gave a report of the state convention of the W. C. T. TT. which was held at Marshalltown about two weeks ago. Two vocal selections were sung by Mrs. A. E. Michel who was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Each member.of the society was entitled to take a guest. W. B. C. Club— The W. R. C. club will meet at ths home of Mrs. G. W. Yeager Wednesday, November 19, at two-thirty p. m There will be important business and a large attendance is desired. A short program will be followed by refreshments. Mrs. Yeager will be assisted by Mrs. Bert Cronan, Mrs. Chas. Roupe. Mrs. Thos. Douglas* Miss Duryea and Miss Lettle Matson. All the W. R. C. members are to take their glasses of jelly for the Old Soldiers' Home at Marshaltown to the Setchell store by Wednesday, November 19. St. Cecelia Card Party— The St. Cecelia's Guild gave a card party at the academy hall Monday evening which was attended by about sixty. Get H. Williams won the men's high prize at bridge and Miss Marsh from EmmetsbUrg won the ladies' high prize. The five hundred prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Phil Roethler. Five Hundred Party— Mrs, O. Lorenz entertained about twenty neighbors and friends at her home Tuesday evening. Some of the luests played five hundred. Mrs. Max Bast and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes won the first and second prizes for the ladles and G. Gronbach and Ed. Hackbarth won the men's first and second prizes. Befreshments were served late in the evening. School Program and Social— There will be a basket social at the district number one school in Gar- fleld township, three miles west of Hobart and seven miles south, Friday evening, November 21, beginning at eight thirty p. m. TKe program is in pageant form and Is entitled "The Queen's festival." Everyone Is welcome Miss Leota Hauenstein Is the teacher. , • '•'••' •' D. A. B. Guest Day— The D: A. R. society had Its annual guest day luncheon at the Algona Hotel Tuesday at one o'clock. Forty- three members and; guests were pre. sent.. * The;,,p;rpgrainMncluded a read- tag by, Helen Becker, vocal numbers by Mrs. A. E. Michel, accompanied at :tHe piano by Mrs: Sylvia Gunn, and 'a talk on "PulflUlna; our Heritage" by Bev. C. V. Hulse. _ Woman's Club Meete— The" Woman's club will meet at the library Friday evening, November 14 at seven-thirty. Mrs. E. J. Bawson will give a travelogue on her recent trip to the Holy Land, which will be followed by sacred music. A report on the district meeting held at Boone will be given by Miss Ella Thompson, president of the club. Royal Neighbor Lodge— The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday, November 13, at the I. O. O. F. hall. Lodge will be called at seven-thirty. Hostess to Club- Mrs. Roy Keen was hostess to her bridge club Monday evening. The high prize was won by Mrs. Stanley Worster. Bowl for HEALTH "HUB" alion Recre Parlor Algona, Iowa Basket Social— A basket social and program will be given Friday evening, November 21, at the school house eight miles north on the paving and one and one-half miles west, called the number three school in Burt township. Sarah Neellng is the teacher. Everyone is Invited. Honors Visiting Gnest— Mrs. D. R. Steele was hostess Saturday evening, at a bridge party given In honor of Mrs. B. C. Halrshberger of Charter Oak, who was her house guest from Saturday until Monday. There were three tables of bridge. Mrs. J. L. Bonar won the high prize. Surprise Birthday Party— Mrs. T. P. Harrington and Mrs. M. P. Weaver gave a surprise party on Saturday evening for Mrs. M. P. Haggard in honor of her birthday. Fourteen guests were Invited. The evening was spent at bridge, and a lunch was served. Galbralth School Program— There will be a basket social anc program at the Galbralth school, six miles south and four miles east of Algona, Friday evening, November 21 Everyone Is Invited to attend and bring baskets. Miss Bernlce Button is the teacher. Entertained Dinner Club- Mr, and. Mrs. Ralph Miller entertained then- dinner club Tuesday evening at a seven o'clock dinner. There are twelve members In the club. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Christensen won the family bridge prize. M. E. Ladies' Aid Supper— The M. E. Ladies' Aid will hold its annual chicken pie supper Thursday evening, November 13, In the church basement. Serving will begin at five- thirty. The menu appears in another part of the paper. Mrs. Hovey is Hostess— Mrs. L. E. Hovey entertained eight ladies Monday evening at bridge. Mrs. D. C. Mahan won the first prize, Mrs. J. W. Mangan the second prize, and Mrs. John Dutton, the low prize. Lunch was served after the card game. A. O. Club Entertained— The A. O. club was entertained on Thursday evening of last week by Miss Lydia Meyers at the M. M. Morrow home. Miss Stella Mae Breen won the high prize, and Miss Lucille Peterson won the second high. Birthday Party- Shirley Bloom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Bloom, entertained fourteen little friends last Friday afternoon from four until six In honor of her seventh birthday. The children played games ancj were served a lunch. Word of Appreciation I wish at this time to express my sincere appreciation to all who supported me during the campaign and on election day. I fully realize my responsibility and it shall be my ambition to serve the interest of the county and state as a whole in a nonpartisan manner. Your confidence in me has been demonstrated and I shall try to show the people of Kossuth county that this confidence has not been misplaced. Thanking you again, I am Sincerely, A. H. BONNSTETTER. "Have a Heart Day" Will be Staged Here. "Have a Heart" will be the appeal of many Algona youngsters who will on Saturday cooperate with Mrs. Don Smith In helping put over the annual Volunteers of America Tag Day. The Volunteers of America, of which General and Mrs. Maud Balllngton Booth are national presidents, is a national organization having one or more headquarters in every state. The organization maintains Hope Halls where discharged and paroled men may stay from one day to two weeks while seeking work, homes for aged, Fresh Air camps, where undernourished mothers and children may stay through the summer. The organization also takes care of destitute families, of men in prison anwhere in the state. This is to be a children's drive to help children less fortunate than themselves, who are in the care of the organization. As a contest Incentive, Algona .merchants have offered prizes to those securing the largest amounts for their tags. The first prize will be a novelty necklace, given by the Lusby jewelry; the second, a vanity case given by A. H. Borchardt; the third prize is a foot ball given by the Erickson hardware; the fourth winner will receive a box of chocolates given by the Algonquin Confectionery Those who do not win prizes but who secure at least three dollars In their cans will receive a pass to the Call Theatre. The tags are to be sold largely in the residence district for whatever the purchaser is willing to give. No sum will be too large and none too small to help this worthy cause. J. A. Brownell is Manager Credit Board. J, A. Brownell of Algona has been appointed resident manager of the Kossuth county credit board, as organized and operated by the Pioneer Service Company of Iowa City, Iowa. Mr. Brownell is well known and has the confidence of the business men of the county, and will take an active Hardy Buell of Burt was in Algona on business Friday. Ed. Holecek was a business visitor in Mason City Monday. Lon Whltehill of Burt was an Algona visitor Saturday. Andrew Godfredson Is reported on the sick list this week. Henry Ristau of LuVerne was up Saturday calling on friends. Frank Nelson of Ringsted ^as calling on friends in Algona Monday. Alex Radig, the Lone Rock live stock man, was in Algona on business Monday. Miss Elfleda Crapser of Cherokee visited Miss Evelyn Cady briefly on Wednesday. Paul J. Hammill of Carroll, Iowa, is the new Jeweler in the Borchardt drug store. Mrs. Helen Chubb, who was reported quite 111 last week is now somewhat improved. C. Behrmann, the Bancroft real estate man, was a business visitor in Algona Saturday. Mrs. Sid J. Backus spent several days last week visiting relatives at Wlnne- bago, Minnesota. Francis Bradley, the genial' restaurant owner hi Bancroft was an Algona visitor on Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Draxton of Fairmont were Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs. A. E. Brlggs. Joe Sherman of Bancroft was a business visitor in Algona today. Charles Patterson of Burt transacted business in Algona today. Senator O. W. Patterson of Burt was in the city on business today. Jack Butler, the well known Lotts Creek farmer, was in Algona today. Paul Kriethe, one of Burl's prominent farmers, was in the city on business today. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Christensen of Estherville were Algona business visitors today. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer came home Tuesday from Minneapolis where they had spent a few days. Miss Myrtle St. John, who is employed at the Setchell & Setchell store has been ill and confined to her home for several days. The Lacy laundry building has received two coats of paint and a new asbestos roof since the fire of a few weeks ago, and Is now looking considerably rejuvenated. Miss Jennie Rlley left for Mankato Monday for a visit at the John Wolfe home. Mr. and Mis. Wolfe drove down Sunday and returned on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Van Alstlne and daughter of Gilmore City were guests Sunday at the F. D. Williams home. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Van Alstlne _ proved", are sisters. CREDIT A BIG FACTOR The mail who lives by honest work, Who pays his debts and does not Shirk, Who builds a credit in advance Can take advantage of business chance; The man who works and plans and schemes, But has ndt credit, only dreams Of things he hopes to some Hay do While he with credit puts them through. The Iowa State Bank is ready to go With honest men who ability show. j Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa J L. Bonar Manages Land for New Yorkers. Bancroft Register: F. H. Purdy and; Thos. L. Purdy, Jr., Of N"ew York and J". L. Bonar and' Paid Daiison of Algona were here a short time Thursday enroute to the north end of the- county looking after the Anna L. Purdy lands in the county. . Anna L. Purdy owns something like 3500 acres in Kossuth county of which Mr. Bonar has had charge for many years. For years this land was permitted to lie in its virgin state but of late years, under Mr. Bonar's direction, the land is being tiled: and im- Mr. and Mrs. William Ryno of Fort week end with the latter's parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. William Smith at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O'Brien and family spent the week end in Emmetsburg visiting with Mrs. O'Brien's parents. John Kuechenreuther, who is living with his son on the farm in Portland township, was a visitor in Algona Tuesday. J. Wadsworth, prominent Lone Rock farmer, was a business visitor In Algona Saturday and paid this office a pleasant visit. Mrs. M. J. Strelt Is spending a few days this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Coonan in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haden and children from Lytton were guests Sunday at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. D. L. Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht drove to Forest City Sunday and spent the day visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Harry Larson. P. P. Zerfass, the well, known Kossuth county fair secretary, was con- Congregational Supper— The Congregational annual chicken pie supper will be held at the Legion hall, Thursday evening, November 20. Everyone is invited. Baptist Class Meets— The Baptist Loyal class will meet Thursday afternoon, November 13, at the home of Mrs. A. L. Miner. Naomi Circle to Meet— The Naomi Circle will meet Wednesday afternoon, November 19, with Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. part in the work of the organization; suth county fair secretary, was con- je prepared to furnish members with fined to his home a day or two this quick, reliable credit Information, and i week with a sore throat, cooperate with them in the collection | Mr _ and of their accounts. The county credit board now has a large membership among the business and professional men, and with Mr. Brownell as resident manager. It will undoubtedly become a strong factor in promoting better credit conditions, and in posting the business men as to those who do not pay then- debts, and to whom it Is therefore unsafe to extend credit. Mr. Brownell enters upon this new work with enthusiasm and with determination to make It a success and to give all members satisfactory service. Burt Woman Died Last Friday Morning, Burt, November 11. Carrie Meinzer died Special: Mrs. at her home Methodist Church. Twenty-three officers and teachers of the Sunday School met at the Bishop residence Monday evening where about two hours were profitably spent, - , T in the consideration of the program of Georfro Leroy,Birrt M«. Ette Love «v,» i^n.,i c,.v,™i Aitmnn has the inrer- stad of Hallock, Minnesota, Clara Ol- ncrtheast of Burt Friday morning, November 7. Mrs. Meinzer had been ill and confined to her home for several months. A short time ago she went to Rochester where she entered the Mayo hospital for treatment and upon learning nothing could be done, she returned home where she failed health until the end. Carrie Barbara Lamparter was born at Schenectady, New York, January 20, I860, and came to Iowa when seven years old. On December 12, 1882, she was married to John William Meinzer and has lived here since that time Eight ihildren were born to them, • -- — • Love- the local school. Algona has the larg' est and most carefully organized Meth- osn of Burt; odist Sunday School in the district, and plans are under way by which all the teachers will have opportunity to receive the special training which will give them accredited standing with the: State Sunday School Association and the Board of Sunday Schools at Chicago. These plans were discussed in the: Monday evening meeting and the teachers were unanimous in their approval of them. Thirty-five juniors completed their memory work and were awarded Biblc-s last Sunday. A Christmas pnwant will be Riven by ' DIP Sunday School on Christmas Eve. Mrs. Prank Green was hostess to th> W.man's Foreign Missionary so- her home on Collerre street week on Wednesday afternoon. Mable Gaskir Evans of ^ Story Arizona. Eva troit; and Myron of Burt. Mr. Meinzer died about seventeen years ago. Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon by Rev. N. L. Hotchkiss, a former pastor. 1-7-23 Coming to G arner Wm. Deerfoot The ladies of the havint? their annual Aid societv are chicken dinner week on Thursday evening. The public is earnestly invited to come .lii! fellowship as well as dinner. Rev C. Boatman will he the speaker at the inorninf! .service next Sunday and will represent the work of the Woman's Home Missionary society. Rtv. Boatman is the superintendent of the Iowa Bible Training School. The Reliable Ton K;i Wu'h Indian Medicine 5 Man of Iowa City, Iowa, j! , , J; will be in Garner, Iowa, > 5- at the Victoria Hotel S Wednesday, November 19th until 5 p. in. Consultation in regard to medicine free. Everybody welcome. Please come and see me. Skating Rink OPENING BANCROFT, IOWA Friday, November 14th A .skating rink will be conducted in the McKinnon Post pavilion again this season. This piivilion has one of the best floors to be found in northern Iowa and the equipment throughout is the very best. As usual, the best of order will be maintained. Ladies free opening night. Arrange a party and attend the opening. Rink will be open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Wesley Minister at Church Meetings. Wesley, November 11. Special: Rev. and Mrs. Moore drove to Good Hope Monday to be present at the meeting of the seven conRreprations of this sub- district of the Methodist church. A "pot luck" dinner was served at the home of Rev. Wood at noon. These meetings are held monthly and are for a general get together of the pastors to discuss problems arising within the different churches and to spend the day socially. Rev. Hulse of Algona is the president. Last Tuesday, the Moores attended the fall Algona district Methodist conference held a Burt. There were forty-two pastors and their wives present, there being forty-six pastors within the district A round table on Religous Education was held, a discussion on church fin ances. etc. In the afternoon speeche and talks were given. A chicken pi dinner was served at the church by the Ladies' Aid. George W. Simmons are moving this week from Irvington to Rplfe, where Mr. Simmons will be employed on a stock farm. Only one marriage license was issued this v/eek at the county clerk's office. It was to August Robison of Irvington and Matilda Lohse of Burt. Miss Viola Kraft of Menomlnee Falls, Wisconsin, was a guest of Adrian Burmeister at the D. H. Goeders home from Friday until Sunday. Jack Hilton was home from Coe from Friday night until Tuesday afternoon. Coe observed Armistice Day and Jack came home for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Christensen have rented the Mrs. Thomas Henderson home. Mrs. Henderson is making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Elsie Cady. Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles is expected home today from a trip to Minneapolis and Spring Valley, Minnesota, and Lansing, Iowa, where she spent three weeks. Mrs. Mary Murtha returned to her home here Sunday after spending two weeks at Ventura where she visited her son, Frank and family for two weeks. Bernice Stock who is teaching physical training in the Eagle Grove schools, spent the week end at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brazee, who live in the tenant house on the P. H. Hargreaves farm, are the parents of a fine baby boy, who arrived last week Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laidley of Estherville, accompanied by Mrs. Howard Vinson and children, drove to Bedford Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. l.aidley's mother. Senator-elect and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson left Saturday for a short visit in Des Moines with their son, Call and wife. From there they will continue to Washington, D. C. Mrs. James Phillips, who was recently injured in an auto accident is not improving as rapidly as was expected and returned to the hospital for further treatment Monday. Mr. and Mrs C. W. Davenport spent Sunday at Rutland where their two children had been since Friday visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davenport. The "Junior Missionary society 1 ' was organized Saturday at the Nazarene church. Officers were elected and Congregational Church. Sunday School at ten o'clock. Special attention will be given to the subject of Temperance. Parents are cordially invited' to send their children. Friends are always welcome. We will find a place for you—a place to learn, a place to serve. At eleven o'clock Rev. Elmer H. Meyers of Yankton, South Dakota, will conduct the church service. Mr. Meyers is understood to be a candidate for the pastorate of our church. He la at present secretary-treasurer of Yankton College, and was formerly professor of Biblical Literature and History at that Institution. He comes to us very highly recommended and as many as possible should plan to hear him. the next meeting will be held Saturday, Novmber 15th, at two-thirty p. m W. S. Shackelforct a former Algona man, who has been employed at the Burt harness shop for several years, has moved to Goldfield, where he has opened up a shoe repair and harness shop. Glen Jenkinson, who fell and fractured the bones In his hip several weeks ago and has been in the hospital since, was able to go home Sunday, although he will be confined to his bed for several more weeks. Miss Pauline Black, teacher of the Center school In Irvington township, announces that a program and basket social will be given ajt the school house on Friday evening, November 14, at eight o'clock. Lunch will be served. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Woodard and son Wendell of Loveland, Colorado, spent several days last week at the Paul Wille home. From here they went to Kamrar, Iowa, where they will spend the winter at the home of Mrs. Woodard's father, F. P. Henderson. Mrs. and Mrs. Henderson are sis- lin, returned with' them for a visit at the Ryno home. A baby girl, Katherlne Joan, was born November 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Al- vln Karr at Ireton, Iowa. Mrs. Karr will be remembered as Ivadel Caugh- lln before her marriage. Rev. F. H. Webster, W. T. Presnell and J. A. Freeh attended ordination services of the Baptist Association at Curlew Tuesday when Rev. William Wesenauer was ordained. Mrs. Myron Hill and son, Darrell, of Fort Dodge, were guests Tuesday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. O. Lorenz, and attended the Algona- Fort Dodge footbaH game. Art Trauger and son, Paul, drove up from Ames and attended the Algona-Fort Dodge football game Armistice Day. Paul is on the Iowa State College football squad for the third year. Mrs. Stewart Hazeltlne and Mrs. Stanley Haase of Minneapolis spent the week end In Algona visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman are the parents of an eight pound baby girl born Monday night. She has been named Delores Ellen. This is the first grandchild for Mrs. Eliza Robinson, who is employed in the Weiss & Sor- stedt cloak shop. The annual praise service of the Presbyterian Missionary society will be held at the home of Mrs. Lenore Peck, 513 North Thorington street.pn Thursday afternoon at three p m., November 20. A program will be given and refreshments served. Lester Wilson left his auto trailer on his lots east of the Northwestern tracks the other day and when he went to the lots Monday the trailer was missing. He reported Its loss to the officers but so far as we know It has not been located. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cordlngley came up from Des Moines Armistice Day and visited with friends and relatives. Bill is still the big gun in the circulation department of the Des Moines Register and looks younger than ever. He never forgets his home town. Mrs. Laura Paine, county recorder, drove to Ames this morning from where she will take the train for Pasadena, California. She will visit her son, Raymond and family for three weks before returning home. Raymond is selling life Insurance in Pasadena. Mrs. O. Hanson with her son, Elmer, and the latter's wife of Spencer have been visiting in this vicinity with old friends for a few days. They have guests at the Robert Murray and the Harry Spongberg homes. Mr. Hanson was a pioneer tailor In Algona, later moving to Spencer, where he died a few years ago. Mrs. Edythe L. Dalley left Saturday night on her way to New York City where she will take instruction in Eugene permanent waving under Nina Golden and facial work under Helena Rubensteln. While she is gone she will visit in Boston, Washington, DC., and at Niagara Falls. She will be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mullica and Miles Hackman of Ortonville, Minnesota, left this morning after a visit of over a week at the George Hackman home. They are old time residents in Alg KM. and have many friends here. Mrs. Mullica is a sister of Mr. Hackman and Mr. Mullica Ua brother of Mrs. Hackman. Miles is a brother of George. Editor L. O. Wolfe of the Titonka Topic was an Algona visitor last Friday and called at the Upper Des Moin- es-Republlcan long enough to tell us that the election results were eminently satisfactory to him. Mr. Wolfe, who served in the state legislature one term from Kossuth county, took a strong HI/VCX*. . ^ Tn addition to the Kossuth county land the Purdy family own- 7500 acres in other sections of rows and about 2,000 acres in South Dakota. F. H. Purdy, who has management of the lands for the family, stated that he regretted the fact that the "land was not all located in Kossuth county." Most of the Purdy lands in Kossuth county were purchased when, land was selling at a very low price and' no doubt return a handsome dividend' on the investment to their owner. Ledyard Man Fined for Game Violations. Lars Garvick, of Ledyard was fined ten dollars and costs apiece on two charges by Justice A. Hutchison November 6. The charges were hunting without a license and shooting a pheasant out of season. The- charges were brought by Deputy' Game Warden- Ross Moses. Rotarians Visit the Fort Dodge Club. About twenty or more members of the Rotary clntr of Algona drove to Fort Dodge Mtonday evening ana attended! a- Joint meeting of the- Fort Dodge, Webster City, Eagle Grove*. Humboldt and Algona clubs. Stillman and Maiitor Exchange Offices* G. w: Sffllnran: ami Guy Mantor exchanged offices- last weefc when; MSv Stillman toot the room above the stairway Between 1 the Ibwm Slate Bank and Moe-& SJogren buildings, and Mr. Mantor took- the room in the Van Ness <E- Stillmans suite of roomy which- Mr, Stillman; hatf been using as a private office; Lakota Man Hurt When Run Over by Tractor. Lakota, November 10. Special: Herman Schroder, who has been working for his brother, George, on the farm 'south of town; was injured as a tractor ran over his 1 foot Friday, breaking two toes and • otherwise- bruising his- foot badly. Children's Book Week Begins Next Monday. Next week will be observed throughout the United' States PS Children's Book Week. Mrs. Lura Sanders, city librarian, will have on display at the local library a number of new children's books. After next week the books will be placed in circulation. Safety Lane Test For Automobiles. Auto Ihsepctbr Roy Moulds reports that he is endeavoring to interest the Community Club in having a safety lane test in Algona within the next two weeks. The lane would be erected on the main- street and motorists could have their cars tested free of charge. The lights, horn, windshield, wiper, mirror, steering wheel, alignment and brakes would be tested by authorized mechanics. The whole operation would take about five minutes. Mr. Moulds stated that' the lane went over big at Osage and he Is sure that Algona will be next in- line. ters. stand against the vote of the last legislature for $500 expense money. He considers that his position on the matter was approved by the defeat of Representative Jensen by Mr. Bonnstetter in the recent election. Miss Hattle Wilson, Agatha Caughlin, Dennis Becker, George 8. Johnson, and his sister, Mrs. Ray Bonacker of Titonka spent the week end at Springville, Iowa City and Waterloo. Miss Wilson's home is at Springville, where she and Miss Caughlln and the latter's sister, Drusilla, who Is a students at Iowa State Teachers' College, spent their time. Mr. Johnson, who is one of the local high school teachers, and his sister visited their parents at Waterloo. Dennis went on to Iowa City where he was a guest of his brother, Carlyle, who is a student in the dental college. Marvelous sound—none better. House, built for-it.. Sound Equipment. Western Electric FRIDAY; NOV. 14 ONEY Two matinees at 2:30 and 4:15 p. m. Special at 4:15 for all school children of Kossuth county. An opportunity of a life time. Don't make a mistake, plan to see this one. An authentic picture. That the facts presented are- faithful—not only from the Indian's standpoint— but from the more scientific anglo of the White Man, is attested by the endorsement that the picture has received from the American Museum of Natural History and by the following letter from Madison Grant, President of the New York Zoological Society: "Allow me to give you my wann- est congratulations on the wonderful picture you showed last night. It is perfectly amazing in its detail, and in the exciting events it portrays. And it shows an extraordinary amount of hard and intelligent work. You have done a great service to science and to zoology In placing on record the life in the northern woods. "I am thoroughly familiar with the country from the upper Ottawa River to the Hudson Bay region and I can testify that your pictures are accurate in every detail."' Daring—Different—Amazingly real! Two years of fighting courage beyond civilization created this wild, primal romance. "THE SILENT ENEMY" A Paramount picture filmed in the Great Unknown—Ontario's trackless wilds. Your own continent Primitive man fighting fierce nature. Savage beasts at their wildest. A wonder spectacle you'll see once In a life-time. Wild love! Wild people! Wild animals! Thrilling drama made in the unexplored wilds of Northern Ontario. Where men still fight with their hands against famine anc hunger-maddened beasts. Where warriors win their sweethearts by the might of their arms. Living right on the same continent with you—you see them In all their primal reality for the first time. A true and mighty thrill-romance, Get Together Club- Mrs. Al Falkenhainer entertained the Get Together bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon Monday. SATURDAY, NOV. 15. Another big Saturday Show. Trade matinees at one p. m. and three p. m. Two matinees on Saturday Always a big fun and thrill show John Gilbert Wallace Beery Polly Moran Leila Hyams 'WAY POE^A SAILOB Here is a tale of robust romance and two-fisted adventure to warn your heart and set your pulse pounding. Gilbert and Beery anc Jim Tully—what a trio of roUter ing sallormen to sweep you along the road of fights, loves and thrills The dramatic Smash Of the year ohn Gilbert and Wallace Beery, he "Butch" of "The Big House", in a roaring, roistering tale of girls, hips and ports throughout the Sev- I n Seas. Two-fisted. A thousand ] aughs. A thousand thrills. Also Knute Rockne Football Talk and Talking Comedy. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16. One p. m. matinee and every two hours. Grace Moore Reginald Denny Wallace Beery in "A LADY'S MORALS" Grace Moore will prove a real sensation. A lady's morals, a beautl- 'ul romantic tale well told and well written. Also new booking of Short Subjects, Pathe Review, Grantland Rice Sport ieel and Comedy. MONDAY, NOV. 17. One day booking for Call Theatre patrons. She rushed him Into marriage—but he tricked her out of love. "I'm your wife. She can't take you from me!" See the first lady of the screen fight for the man she loves! With all her woman's weapons she battles to hold the husband who married her in hate and Oitterness. Does she win? Ruth Chatterton ANYBODYS' WOMAN' Chatterton—most charming actress in talking pictures. Even more magnificent than in "Madame X", or "Sarah and Son". A superb em- otiorial drama, revealing the very depths of a woman's soul. Plan to see this one. Also New Booking of Short Subjects. TUBS., WED,, NOV. 18-19. Trade matinee 2:30 Tuesday. Prices. 10c-30c. The big fun show of 1930 Harold Lloyd "FEET FIRST" Jumping off place for gloom I King of comedy reigns again. You'll bate your breath though you're bursting with laughs. When you see and hear the Lloyd Joy in his new tickle-thriller. Hero today. Hawaii tomorrow. The littir-ralsing adventure of an ambitious shoe clerk who can't keep his feet on the ground. Or his heart under control, A rldlcoiilous revel of riotous, up-in- the-clouds romance that keeps the chuckles chugging a smllc-u-sec- ond. At last the original thrill-pro- vidor surprasses his own palpitating achievements. "Feet First" beats "Safety Last." Think of "Safety First" and como on over. Also— Short Subjects Program.
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