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The Upper Bes Moines-Republiean, December 17,1930 A Review of Last Week's Pictures. (By the Critic). "Sunny", with Marilyn Miller, Law- Mijce Grey and Joe Donahue (Monday *nd Tuesday) was a disappointment to *j iriost fans who had enjoyed "Sally." Marilyn Miller's artistic dancing was liven but a small place and the story was rather commonplace. "The Big Trail" with El Brendel, John Wayne »nd Marguerite Churchill (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) lived up to all »he press notices and fully justified the four stars given it by Liberty. It was * glorious picturization of the grca t adventure of the intrepid souls who brav- «d the dangers of a wild country to find ft new home. We felt that the hero And heroine left something to be desired but the stupendous presentation of the terrific struggle of these pioneers against the elements, was so breathtaking that it overwhelmed the story '•ompletely. "The Last of the Duanes" by Zane Grey was a typical westerner with beautiful scenery and rather tareful direction. Have you noticed the Beautiful cloud effects now being shown on the screen? They are glorious. "Passion Flower" (Sunday) with a flve- •tar cast playing a popular Kathleen Norris story, fell just short of being n great .picture. It is so new that even the cities have not seen it and is another evidence of Manager Rice's ceaseless efforts to provide Algona with talkies second to none. The impressive cast Included Lewis Stone, Kay Francis, Chas. Bickford, Zazu Pitts and Kay Johnson. Chas. Bickford seemed a little miscast as the lover—being a second Oeo. Bancroft in build, but he played a difficult role with all the finesse in his power. "Follow Through" (Monday and Tuesday) with that popular pair of youths, Buddy Rogers and Nancy Carroll "clicked" with the fans. After all, it's youth that counts in the movies with the average audience. And nothing too serious—pretty tunes, girls and comedy. Not a bad week, at that. A short subject, shown last Sunday under the title of "The Clock Shop," or something to that effect, was as beautiful and artistic a technicolor musical comedy as we have seen for many a month. It shows the unlimited possibilities of the talkie screen in presenting stage picture of great charm. Lu Verne Lady Died on December 9. LuVerne lost a respected and beloved matron a week ago Tuesday when Mrs. Elwood French passed away at the age of thirty-two years, having been ill but a few days with pneumonia. Mrs. French was born in West Virginia. She then lived with her parents in Illinois. She was united in marriage to Elwood French of Hardy, and lived all her married life near LuVerne. She leaves to mourn her husband, five children, the oldest eleven years and the youngest five months, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Doss, a sister and brother, both of Morris, Illinois, and another sister of Hardy, Iowa. 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"They hare, a hotue almost «» big HR tills palace I What IB ttie nature of tills report, Tovtrlsch Petrov?" "It deals with their house, and with tlic fnrnlly. TH* house seems, from wlmt can be said without » domiciliary visit, to be well occupied by members of the family, which li extensive. The old woman who li really the hend of the family asserts that it is full. She In a vtrj rigorous person, Mrs. Krassln." "I know," zald Villnsky. "The immediate) family," went on Petrov, "consist! of the mother of whom 1 have spoken, the father, who is snlci to ha a helpless Invalid, a former Judge—r" "I know I" exclaimed Vlllnsliy. "A daughter, a young girl, and a eon—" "Ilyn Krausln," said Vlllnsky bit- torl.v. "A young peacock of nn aristocrat. A former oflicer In a Guards regiment. T know I" "It Is inspected," continued Petrov, "that Ilya Krnssln is engaged In secret plotting with the enemies of the proletariat." "Of cour*e he is," exclaimed Vlllnsky. "Naturally," remarked Lorts, "if he •was nn officer of a Guards regiment! I regret," looking at n magnificent watch, "that I must now take my departure. I think we have had n good meeting. This Krassln family, and all the important houses of which we have hod reports, will bear further inve'stlgation. Let the necessary measures be taken at once!" The commlesar, who had made that amiable suggestion as to thinning out the occupants of the palaces by executions, was. «ubject to certain physl- c'af'revulsiplui of'feeling which seemed to have no moral parallel In his mind. He was disgusted, as he swent through clouds of dust, his motor car flying with no regard to safety through the wind-swept pulverized tilth of the city. The statue of the poet Derzlmvin was piled about the base with dreadful garbage. The huger statue of Czar Alexander III, liberator of the serfs, who u«w were In process of being sot free over again by Liberators Lenlne nnd Trotzky, was unapproachable. Yet, the krepost or citadel, from which he was now making toward thnt car of his in the railway yards, with Its wnll running from tower to tower of the fire by which It was dominated, was nn Impressive sight, enclosing ns it aid a wide space rrom which the great cathedral and numer- ous churches lifted gulden "Somes Th testimony to Christ, nnd the red brick Stiyumbekn tower which attracted to Its two hundred nnd fifty feet of height the eyes of every Mussulman, who venerated It ns the birthplace of one of his saints. Full of the mystery, the stern stress of Russian history was this great jewel of a place In the center of Kazan, where these historic buildings were grouped about the old kropnst nnd governor's palace, now occupied hy n new tyranny; but Loris' cnr, ns It ASTING GIFTS appropriate and inexpensive! But Lorls' Car, SB It Moved Out Past the Ragged Sentry at the Gates, Plowed Through a Slough of Filth. moved out past the ragged sentry at the gates, plowed through a slough of tilth that not even the summer sun and heat had boon ahle to bake from disease In mud to disease in solid form. Bolshevist Kazan was remarkable In this: It was much more foul than czarlst or republican Kazan had been. To anyone not actually employed In scavenging, Its filth was Inconceivable, In n great many ways. And as the commissar passed the Tcntralny square In which stood the fine structure In which Kazan's permanent grand opera had been housed, he noted again the extent to which It had been dflmnged hy the gunfire of the Czot'hs, when tliey had occupied the old town. "A pity I" lie thoiiKlit; "though Tovarisch Vlllnsky would not be much interested. He means to go higher In our new government. ... I never thought I should cure much about being the rung of a ladder . . . not for such as he ... not for anyone. ... I wonder why he Is so much interested In thai Krnssln family. With ; him, it must be one of three things: money, revenge, woman. . . . And of course, the welfare of the masses!" He found a numerous group of pco-. pie about his car as he alighted and crossed the platform, to none of whom did he pay tnc sllKhtosf attention. He found awaiting him In the car Itself, Its only nccifpant so far as the public room was concerned, an old woman of the Tartars, »o numerouH In Kazan. She WUB not merely old—she was ancient, but she stepped as lightly as a bird. She mart* a spot In the room, with her bright dress of yellow and red made up of many flounces, like a gorgeous rug; and as she moved the string of copper and silver coins which hung from her neck, wrists and hair made music which brought to one's mind visions of desert-girt cities and streets of bazaars a way off beyond the Caspian. They tinkled louder, as she made the obeisance of the days of old as Lorls entered, "It Is you, grandmother," said he. "I wanted to speak to you." "It Is I, son," she replied. "There Is a family, once a great family, of whom I want Knowledge." "In Kazan province, my son?" she said. "In Kazan city," said Lorls. "Then it Is simple," replied the Tartar woman. "What Is It you wish to know?" (To be Continued Next Week). Lasting protection for the deceased is now within ihe means of the aver- aye family. The Buckstaff Burial Vault adds only moderately to the cost of the funeral, and provides a comfort to the bereaved, which cannot be measured in dollars and cents, This Vault is made of purified Keystone Copper Steel, and is guaranteed to protect the collet and the remains from ground waters and burrowing animals, for 99 years, Specify the Buckstaff Burial Vault, and be assured that the utmost in protection has been furnished. The BuckstafF Vault is an optional part of our service. We recommend it because it li consistent with the best service possible. THE PvOYAL PURPLE VAULT Sold exclusively by LAIRD & KEIMER Mrs. Rcimer, Assistant Phones—521, 320, 342. H, W, POST Dray and Transfer Phono 898, Algona, low* Long Dintanc* Hauling. Every loud insured M»1n«t loa» or dom- »gt. Eqolpp«r to do *U klndi of drsytag *n4 btullnf. • -• W-W Rome Johnson Given Credit for Chop Suey. Swea City Herald: Following Monday night's big chop suey feed for the American Legion members, a Legionaire hands the following to the Herald: "Last week we took quite a bit of space in your paper to tell about the chop suey feed that was to be put on by four Legion men Monday night. That was all well and good. It certainly was some feed and the boys enjoyed it immensely. But the credit for it did not go altogether where it belonged. The man who suggested it, and did a lot of work is the same man who takes the lead in the Legion carnival and all the real activities the post puts on, Jerome B. Johnson, ably assisted by Vivian Kinney. Mr. Johnson does more —famous the world over Pmaud's Shamp oo Leaves your hair lustrous, Itfdllhy, and not too dry! At your dealer's — or semi 5 oc for full-size bottle to PlnaiiJ, Depl. M., 220 L. 11 St., NewYork. [Sample bottle free] Those gifts you've been trying to think ofl Here they arc tn wide variety! Something suitable for every name on your list, at just the price you want to pay. And every one of them—from the novelty at a dollar or so, to a fto« Gruen Guild Watch—is a gift that lasts. In the picture we are calling attention to |ust a few of the almost unlimited variety of gifts that await you here. Come In I We can offer you real help 'n selecting, too. The Marcus—a Gruen, with modern open link band", 15 jewel movement, $45 Gruen Cartouche 15 jewel movement, $35. Other deilgns In solid gold case, from $40 DRUGS and JE WELRY WVWV\,%VWWVWWW for the Legion here, and wherever he comes in contact with the Legion or any Legion man than any Legionalrc we know of. Here's to the real Top Kick; may his good works continue." LUVEENE NEWS. ®&38lX:iyi$^^ Mrs. U. S. Grant has b'een on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pergande were Algona visitors Monday. The Progressive club met Friday with Mrs. George Chapman. Lewis Devine of Humboldt was in LuVerne Thursday on business. Hector Kanary is !.n the hospital at Rochester, for a minor operation. Editor Coleman and H. E. Rogers were Algona callers Friday afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Hof and Mrs. Harold Sorensen were Algona shoppers Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Pergande was very ill last week. Mrs. Look lias been caring for her. School was dismissed on Monday of last week on account of the shortage of water. Hildegard Lothringer spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Charles Wolfe and family. Mrs. W. A. Patterson, who has been very ill the past week was reported better Saturday. Ferd Meyer entered the Lutheran hospital at Hampton Monday for a minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hardcopf, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardcopf were Fort Dodge callers Monday. W. F. Godfrey and family spent Sunday evening at the George Stod- dnrd home in Renwick. Miss Gwenetha Jones has been absent from school the past .week because of an injury to her foot. Mrs. Harry Christiansen was hostess to the Good Will club, which met at her home on Thursday afternoon. During the Christmas season the local post office force will be assisted by Mrs. Max Patterson and Ernest Reddel. Mrs. James Godfrey, Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. Davidson entertained the M. E. Ladies' Aid last Wednesday at the town hall. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Stone and twins, Keith and Dwight, from Mason City, spent Sunday at the H. R. Peitzke and Ray Stone homes. Mrs. Agard and Mrs. Corbin entertained the bridge club at the Agard home Monday evening. Kate Skinner won the high score. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Look have returned from a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hesse at Cole Camp, Missouri. W. J. McChain moved Saturday into the Brink residence. Mr. McChain has been at the Mawdsley farm near Irvington for several months. I. H. Benedict has been confined to his home the past week with an attack of heart trouble. During ills absence from the store S. F. Phillips is acting as clerk. Mrs. Herb Smith returned Thursday from Emmetsburg where she visited several days with M. Smith's sister, Mrs. Grant, who has been ill with heart trouble. The basket ball game here between the Bancroft girls and the LuVerne girls and the Livermore boys and the LuVerne boys was won by the girls while the Livermore team was defeated. Dick Ross played the role of Santa Glaus Saturday afternoon to a large number of children from LuVerne and vicinity who gathered at the Corner store, while Santa distributed the sacks of candy. A large crowd attended the "Toy Pageant" given by the first, second, third and fourth grades Friday night in the gymnasium. The play was under the mangement of Miss Roy and Miss Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson en- joyed a visit with Rev. nnd Mrs. Van Loon last Monday, who were former residents of LuVerne. They have been attending a theological seminary In New Jersey. The town council has purchased n new pump for the town pumping station. The old pump has been causing considerable trouble, and a second hand pump is being used until the new one can be installed. Mrs. H. C. Allen and Mrs. Jack Gillis were joint hostesses to the Mothers' Jewels Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Allen. A good program was given by the children and a social time was enjoyed. Delicious refreshments were sorvcd. Mrs. George Hanna entertained the Senior Ladies' Bible class on Friday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially after which Mrs. Hanna served a very fine tray supper. The class adjourned to meet with Mrs. Martha Stone in January. The I. O. O. F. lodge of Kossuth county were entertained by the local lodge lust Monday evening at the town hall. The evening was spent in talks by the different members, also a reading by Mrs. F. I. Chapman. Lunch was served by the members of the local Rcbekah lodge. Mrs. A. J. Eason and daughter, Marjoric, havo returned from Orange City, where they had been visiting with relatives since Thanksgiving day. Ernest Meyer, Sr., arrived here Saturday morning from Chelsea, Michigan, lo visit- with his sons, and other relatives nnd friends during the Christmas season. Those from LuVerne who were Christmas shopper in Fort Dodge last, Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner and children, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Christiansen, Mrs. Niver, Mrs, Nettle .VPB Draska, Mr; and Mrs, Otto- Westling; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wllleyv Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Godfrey and Ruby and Florence, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dehnert, Floyd Masterson and Fred Blumer. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW r. P. Harrington L. J. Dickinson HARRINGTON & DICKINSON | ATTORNEYS AT LAW I r-cooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Bik. I ALGONA, IOWA. J. L. IJONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON II. W. MII.I.EK ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Ollice Phono, 427. ALGONA, IOWA. I. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahou L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Hank ALGONA, IOWA. «. J. VAN NESS & G. VV. STIM-MAls LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Quinby Building. Phone 180. ALGONA. IOWA. 0 ay lord D. Shumay Edward D. Kelly SIIUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 5B. E. C. McMAHON - Attorney at Law Office over Quinby & Krause Blclg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 VETERINARIAN. L. W. FOX. Veterinartaa Mgona office at the old Dr. Bayer* jfllce. OUice phone 475-W; ResWenc. 475-R. Will have man at offlcs^ all times A1X3ONA, IOWA MOKTICIAN L. M. MERRITT Mortician & Funeral Director. Phone No. H. ALGONA. IOWA. INSURANCE. CITY PROPERTY LOANP FARM LOANS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE OP ALL KINDS CUNNINGHAM A LACY Phone 698 107 W. State B\ ALOONA, IOWA. ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Reliable Insurance Service 0. R. LABARRE AL FALKENHAINER Phone 55 First door north Iowa State Bank KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK J70.00I ALOONA, IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS Officers: J. W. Wadsworth, Chairman of tot Poard of Directors. H. E. Rist, President. T. H. Wadsworth, First Vice President. G. S. Buchanan, Second Vice President. J. S. Auner, Cashier. E. J. McEvoy, Asst. Cashier. L. C. Reding, Asst. Cashier. E. A. Schemcl, Asst. Cashier. Directors: H J. Bode T H. Wadswortt H. E. Rlst J. w. Wadswortb J S. Auner &,. j. van Ness G. S. Buchanan PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS THE ALGOXA HOSPITAL Phono 250 KENEFICK & CRAWFORD Office Phone 300 Residence Phones: Dr. Kencftck, 67 .. Dr. Crawford. 115 C. H. CRETZMEYER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Glasses Fitted Office In J. Galbraith Block. Residence one block east and one block south of office. No calls made after 0:30 p. m ALGONA. IOWA. Office Phone, 310. Residence. 444. WALTER FRASER, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Quinby Building. ^oom No. 14 Phono No. 12 ALQONA, IOWA, DR. VT. D. ANDREWS. Osteopathio Physician & Surgeon £ye, Bar, Nose and Throat Obstetrics Located over Hub Recreation Parlor. Phones. Office 187, Residence, 088. ALOONA, IOWA. DR. P. E. WALLEY. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Electrical Therapy, Obstetrics. Located over Zender <& Caldwell's Clothing Store. Phones—Office 79, Residence 211. ALGONA, IOWA. P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 666 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Ohrlstensen Store. Phones: Business 166. Residence. 47f ALQONA. IOWA. DR. C. D. SCHAAP. DENTIST Quimby Bldg. Phone 1W. Algona, Iowa.

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