Call Theatre WEDJOES0AT, who appreciate ;*» 4*34. Cyril Maude His world famous comedv S Western Electric Sound srslein and our contracts make a visit of Enc- land's greatest actor possible at rrc- ular prices. You OTTC it to to see this one. TKURS. 4 FRI_ DEC. 11-12. Daily Trade matinees s? day. Special «ri»ccl school children sn3 Kossuth co-Mr. Priiay p. 4:3o. Grade chl^rtn lOc. school 25c. The trpper Des Moitiea.Republican, December 10, 1930 RICE Book & Gift Shop Thorington Theatre and COMMVNtTY HOUSE Jackie Coogan Mitzi Green Junior Durkin AKIE Q Qtimmount Cftaurt Happiness hit of the hour. Jack at his ocean best. Shanghaied on board vessel with a carload of beautiful girls. It's big fun. in MON. & TUBS., DEC. 15-16. Daily trade matinees 2:30. Prices— 10c-30c. Four Marx Bros. in 'ANIMAL CRACKERS' The funny hit of the year afte "Cocoanuts" of last year. This one will make you happy. Pretty and frolicsome. Always a two hour show. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17. Eddie Quillan pleased all in "Big Money," Eddie Quillan "NIGHT WORK" Will make you look for the next omedy with added interest. He ell in love with a trained nurse nd signed an agreement to sup- ort an orphan. He thought he 'as donating $5.00. See how he nally made the extra money to eep up his pledge. THURS. & FRI., DEC. 18-19 Sally trade matinee 2:30. Prices- Becky Thatcher and Hue kelberry Finn with Tully Marshall as Muff Potter Chas Stevens as Injun Joe i Mischief, comedy and excitement for all from six to sixty years of Pge. ffs the big joy picture of the month. Take a deep dive into the Just off the Lobby of Call Theater You have the privilege of selecting your Xmas presents and holiday gifts from a $7.000 stock purchased from the choice markets of New York city and Chicago on our buy ing trip east in September. Xmas cards of all kinds. assortment of 31 cards. A Wg buy.. Other carts 5e, lOc, 15c, 2Sc, 55c, $1.00, $2.00 and $100. Boohs now in S1.00 edition on sale. Lamps of all kinds from $1.00 to $200.00. "The Ensemble" Something new in lamps. ; Two Dresden dresser lamps with a bed lamp any color $10.00. Select distinctive Xmas wrappings, seals, wrapping paper for sale. You will not find so complete a stock of books and gifts in any city west, of Chicago. Gifts for any DUTSC. We have what you want at the price you want to pay. Society and Clubs. Ole Swimmln' Hole. Joy for the whole family. Also a well balanced program always a two hour show. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION— A. trailer on the Saturday matinee attraction. We will start, Saturday. December 20 and show every Saturday at 1:30 nnd 3:30 matinees only. Not shown at night show. Bin Tin Tin in "THE LONE DEFENDER" . „-„.___ . r Marjorie" White ~ ~" El Brendel Frank Albertson Maureen 0'Sullivan in "JUST IMAGINE" It's a big colorful picture of what will happen in 1980 as compared with the old fashioned ways of today 1930. It's a big two hour show. Plan for a trip to Algona SATURDAY, DEC. 20. Matinee showing only 1:30 and 2:30 and every Saturday for 14 weeks. SUN. & MON., DEC. 21-22 Will Rogers in the big hit of the season "LIGHTNIN' " Lone Eagles Entertained— The Lone Easjles of Riverdale Pour- H giris met at the home of their leader. Mrs. Russell Maxwell. Saturday. December 6 ,*\t ten a. in. and selected I heir plav for a program they are going to give soon. At twelve o r clock they went to the home of their committeewoman. Mrs. J. M. Patterson where she assisted Mrs. Win. Bolderidge entertained them at a three course Christmas dinner party. Christmas carois were sung and gifts were found concealed in an improvised fire place. The table was effectively decorated in green and red crepe paper and green candles, Ruth Devine who will be a Four- > I H club member later was a. guest at ' the meeting. Officers will be elected at the next meeting which will be held at the home of the leader on January 2, Plum Creek Club— On December 3 the Plum Creek Social and Literary club was entertained at the home of Laura Keen with Laura Benschoter assisting. The meeting opened with the club singing "Silent Night, Holy Night." Roll call was responded to with current events. Af ter the business meeting the member were entertained with a very interest ing talk on "The Adolescent Child" bj Airs. Archie Hutchison. The next meet in? will be held at the home of Dorothy Knudsen on December 17. Members are to take a gift for the Children's Home and a ten cent gift to exchange with other members. Friday Night The new Theater and Community House has been »! laid out by Latenser & Sons, Architects of Omaha, Nebraska^ and has a possible capacity on the present lot of 60 ft. by 132 ft. of 622 seats.. This cftpadty wi« be cut to 50Q and the cry room, foyer and store en S •; larged._ A circular canopy is part of the plan,. An el- S ;I ectnc fountain in the center of a lobby 21x21 ft 5 < Western Electric Sound system, the very best on tt»e 5 market is under contract. A modern cry room will be S a feature of the Thorington Theatre and Community 5 House. Arctic Nu Air Kooler Aire ventilating and 5 coohng system equal'to one in the Call will be install- i ed. It will be equal to the "Call" in every particul % ar. Algona will be proud of this new Theater and % g Community House. % ^ww^^ww^ Presbyterian Missionary— The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet wltli Mrs. Bebecca McDonald on Thursday afternoon, December 18. at two-thirty. Entertained Sunday School Class— Mrs. J. w. Little'entertained the six )oys of her Sunday School class of no Congregational church at a dinner party Saturday night. High School Girl's Review in Register. Algonn again has made the book review section of the Des Moines Sunday Register. This time it was a seventeen year old high school senior Helen E. Morrow. She reviews the boos, "The Whirlwind" by William Stearnes Davis. She says of it, "A vivid story of the French Revolution including such historical figures as Louis XVI, Danton Robespierre and Maria Antoinette! Though an exponent of 'Liberty, Equality, and Fmternity,' Rene de Massac, an aristocrat, has his problems increased by objection to his love for a bourgeois? girl. A fascinating historical novel." Mrs. Annis and her Daughter Are Happy. Good Hope, December 9. Special: A newsy letter received in n recent mail from Mrs. Kate Annis and daughter, Beth, report them well and busy with church and school work. They are associated with the Presbyterian church in Miles City which organization is soon to begin the erection of a ten thousand dollar manse (parsonage). This is to provide not only much needed better accommodations for their pastor and an appropriate companion building to their beautiful church, but to also provide employment for a considerable number of idle men. Miss Beth is happy in her school work and was in attendance nt the Eastern Montana Teachers' association in late October.. She hopes to spend the holidays in Spokane stopping off at Great *alls. Montana, on her return for the State Teachers' association meeting. The Annises carry affectionate memories of their Union township friends In their heart always and a perenial interest in their activities night *t thn Ml» hM been (w himself in eiw3« lu h*s w«n » number Boys Scout Notice. r>f Troop S3, who would t* in w\ a btjr surprise be at hsill, ThnrMittjf'. December 11, Jack Devine Had His Horses Killed. .Turk Devine, who lives south <& Al- gtum Along the river near the West Bpnd road had two horses killed last Wednesday when a truck came along just As ft herd of his horses were crossing the highway. Correction, In the marriage licenses of ttro weeks ago It WHS stated that Arnold Maxwell of Rodman and Gladys Dasen of West Bend had : secured a license to wed. The two did not secure the 11* cense and were never married. They were the victims of some practical jok* er who had the license Issued " • -• Algona Markets. SUN. & MONT., DEC. 28-29— The big holiday attraction. Gary Cooper Marlene Dietrich "MORROCCO" Big special. 1, 3 and 5 p. m. mating night show at 7 and 9 o'clock. SATURDAY MOUNTING, DEC. 13 , at ten a. m. matinee. Free to all I THURSDAY, DEC. 25 kiddies with an early visit from Santa Glaus and a present for every child. The picture will feature trick riding by two wonderful boys and ponies. A trick frog—a Santa Glaus story and several other features of interest, to children. REGULAR SATURDAY P. M. MATINEES Two matiuixvi at 1:?0 and 3:30. Prices lOc-oOc. Star of "The Mighty." Geo, Bancroft in "THE DERELICT" Fog, storm and shipwreck. Drama of rousing thrills. All of his life ho fights the sea—and laughs. The big •fun and thrill show of the week. Always a two hour show. sne- spe ooking. Buddy Rogers "ALONG CAME YOUTH" 1. 3 and 5 o'clock matinee. Nip-hl .sho-.vs 7 and 9 o'clock. TIIL'R.SOAV, JAN. 1. .V f;W Day. Joan Crawford "PAID " Af :,.-!• "Montana Moon" yo u *vant Lo tec this wontinrfij af. 1, a ruid 5 o'clock rnatine.-.-. : t'n j,vs 7 and 9 o'cli-x.-k. Ij.uly trade ma'.irit.-fis sUr»ini \Vfdnc-.sduy, December 10 p 10c-30c, except holidays and days. Royal Neighbor Party— The Royal Neighbors will have a Christmas Party Tuesday, December 16 at the I. O. O. F. hall. The children of the members will have their party from four until six o'clock, and each is nskcd to bring a ten cent gift. The party for the adults will be held In he evening, and each member will be ntitled to bring one guest. Each per- on Is to bring a ten cent gift and a overed dish. The rolls, cake and coffee will be furnished bV the committee with Mrs. John Storm in charge. Plum Creek Socfal Club— The Social and Literary club of Plum Creek township met Wednesday with Mrs. A. J. Keen, Laura Benschote being the assistant hostess. Mrs. Ar chie Hutchison gave a paper. It was, voted to hold a banquet at the home of Mrs. Clifford Benschoter in January. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the home of Dorothy Knudsen with Mrs. Clark Scuff- ham as assistant hostess. Woman's Club— The Woman's "club will have a Christmas party Saturday afternoon, December 13 at three o'clock at the library. The time has been changed because of Miss Miller's school operetta which will be given Friday evening. All members of the club are invited. Each is to bring a wrapped gift which is to be used for charity. There will be a program followed by light refreshments. Honor Whittemore Priest— Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Butler gave a farewell dinner Sunday at five-thirty for Father P. P. Gearin of Whittemore who is this week to take up his duties as priest at Onawa, near Sioux City. Other guests at the dinner were Father T. J. Davern of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. John Butler of Whittemore, and I. M. Finnel of Algona. Mr. Butler is a former Whittemore man. W. It. C. to Meet—' The W. R. C. club will meet at the home of Mrs. Hugh Herman Wednesday, December 17, at two-thirty in the afternoon. There will be a short program foliowtd by refreshments. Tho ry.'r.mlU'rft in eharj?* is Mrs. Herman, N'anriift Hx'tir^l. Mar/ WULamR, Edith Mirifcr, E;;:& lirjr.n ar./J Miss Agnes $ .5G 37 . 7.40 Correction. In an article which appeared In last week's dpper Des Moines-Republican it was stated that one of the Lichter boys was in the Stelnman car at the time of the accident. We are informed that this was incorrect. and Contacting BE AMER TIRE & ELECTRIC CO. , of West Union, Iowa Electrical Contractor on Your New School Building Wo arc in a position to offer you export electrical service on anything clctrical that you may have need of. - • •- . Call or see Vorn Pratt at the high sclioql building and he will take care of your electrical needs. The work is real and the price right and will stand any inspection. Beamer Tire & Electric I J any •/ Algona, Iowa Vern Pratt, Manager, at school. House Phone 682, " 1 : " 26 27 ' B ''wwwwwwvwww^ "" w ™~ w "^^ And Fumiture i8 by YCtIK Hundreds of Lovely Gifts *f» la r\\r rat* f>l*A *^«^V A I. ....1 • fm f 11 m m •* « . J;ro>hft.'hr/v5 •« '.f Pa-.! Ii!a/-,:< ft«irijj of th« Baptist \rl at tht f arm home y r.ivhl. A lar«fr . . ',;!'sj!'a.iti ar.d fiinnfer. The . .., ,, R. Picfcard Cia/ton Bill Geo. W. Godfrey v/a.-. th'r .-.^ak':? of thfc a practical by GIFT SUGGESTIONS. Bridge Lamps $4.75 an d up Junior Lamps $5.5Q and up Table Lamps $2.75 and up Smoking stands $1 to $16.50 Walnut cedar lined chests at _$ 13.50 and up Pull up chairs T $9.50 to $35 Desks $13.50 to $58.50 Magazine Racks $2.75-to $8,50 Sewing Cabinets ___$5.75 to $16.50 Doll buggies $1.50 to $12.50 High Chairs $2.75 to $8.75 Children's Desks $3.50 Christmas Paiiy— The Halcyon club will hold its i-tgu- lar Christmas party with Mrs. Milton Ndrton Friday, December 12. ilia Children of the members have ber;n Invited to attend. P. A. R. MH Tuesday— The D. A. H. society met Tuesday afternoon aft the home of Mrs. H. £i. Qllmore. Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove gave a paper on Christmas customs. —:»— Missionary Society— The missionary society of the Congregational church will meet at the borne of Mrs. Jessie Dalziel Thursday afternoon, December 18, at three o'clock. (Uldfe Party- Mrs. AH. Stock entertained twelve friends at bridge Friday evening. Mrs. r-M r/e, Mrs. Will K Walker, second, and Mrs !•• A. Corey, low. Auxiliary— The American Legion Auxllary will meet Friday afternoon at two-thirty at the Legion hall instead of at the time previously announced. Mrs. Norton Is Hostess— Mrs. Milton Norton entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. There were twelve guests. Mrs. T. H. ChriB- cliilles won the high prize. I'. E. O. Meeting— The P. K. O. society met last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. T. Ohrischilles. Miss Ella Thompson gave a review of the book, "Priestly." Bridge Dinner— Joel HfcrfoM. Mrs. Walter 1m- .._ and Mrs. Y. If. Kent gave a bridge dinner Thursday evening at neven o'clock at the Cooney home. After dinner bndge was played at eigh* tables. Mrs. Prank Mathws won iti's high prize. High table prizes were also awarded. Entertained Club— Miss Elrna Sehroeder entertained the A. O. club at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Dau, Thursday evening Anna Buss won the high prize for bridge, Lydia Meyer, second high, and Hazel Pot/ter, low. Hazel and Elva Van Deest were substitutes. Entertained Dinner Club— Mr. and Mrs. J. 8 Aimer entertained their dinner club Sunday evening. There are twelve members in the club. Recreation Club— The Recreation club is being entertained this afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. L. Whitney I 8-Piece Walnut or Oak Dining Room Suite This is an exceptional value. Other Suites at $98, $110, $135, $155 and $225 3-Piece Bed Room Suite For The Living Room 2 Pieces in Velour • Guaranteed web bottom, heavy double frame, all cushions reversible, worth $85, Angora mohair suites at $98.50, $125, $135, up to $250. A full sized bed, chest o drawers, and vanity t match in walnut veneer. Other suites at $82, $95, $115, $135 and $165. Goods selected now will be held for Christmas delivery. Algona, Iowa We are showing the most complete stock to be found in Northwest Iowa.
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