The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 24, 1930 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 24, 1930
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The TTpper Dea Moinefi-RepublfCAfl, , 193(5 OCTETS Mawtisley .hear of their marriage <m . Dwemba- ift. iith near Jheai the Mttt The <* ., and Mawas3ev, sea bt Mrs. J. 8, were married un Tfnsrs- at 11:SO a, m, ait ^^ ,-~4UH fey" „.. WBMam Keafc pa* "J1h«* were aet»mp*ni«l ^.v ««• fartde's parents. Mr. and Mrs, W. H. weaer, and brother and sastcr-Jn-law Mr. and Mrs. John WWter and ttirtr •Son. Duane. The brttte trw* a sown of light navy blue chiffon r*3rst~ and accessories to match. "After the ceremony she tvent to Minneapolis for a short ding trip. "The bride is a graduate of Reinbeck high s<9ico] and of State Teachers" College. For the past five years she has been teacher in the Algona public schools. Tne bridegroom Is a successful farmer and besides operating his farm is manager of the Farmers Grain & Lumber Company at Irvlngton." Mr. and Mrs. Mawdsley are now at home hi their beautiful new brick home which Mr. Mawdsley just completed on the old Mann'farm three and a half miles southeast of Algona, which he has owned for sev- hlch pri?E for bridge, and Miss A.!e,vm wt>n setohd high. Mrs. Forrest ftillbp* was a guest anJ r->cehtrt a prlee Hand Society— The Helping Hand society of t.he Presbyterian church will meet at the hfimP of Mrs. Hugh Post, on Thursday, January 8. Mrs. G. E. Van Dor- stan, Mrs. Louis Stetzel, and Mrs. G'cu Shcre are the assisting hostesses. Jfaom! Chrle Met— The Jfawni Circle met December 17 at the home If Mrs. C. C. Wright with Mrs. A. W. Behrends and Mrs. Earl assisting hostesses. The of- flern for the coming year began their *t {his meeHng. <X £. S. Stwt— ALGONA POST OFFICE BREAKS ALL RECORD Monday's Business Largest Ever Transacted Here. Many Parcels Sent. PATRONS MAILED EARLY THIS YEAR. Nearly Every Parcel Delivered by ChHstmas Eve. Sneclal Carriers Kept Busy. •»jy f meeting of the O. E. l ts? h*3d Tuesday evening, Jan«. *t seven-thirty. Installation s will take place at tills time. eral years. The people of Algona are glad to welcome the new Mrs. Mawdsley as a permanent member of this community. Anniversary Sorprii A number of couples from Algona met at the Win. Daughan home on Sunday home Mr. and .- twenty- fifth Guild— The st» Thomas Guild will meet wit Mrs, C. II. Williams on Thursday, Jan uarv 5. All records for holiday business were broken at the Algona post office this year. The increase in letters cancelled and parcels mailed were larger than ever before. Twenty-Five Kids Get Christmas Dolls Joan Plplch. little daughter of Mr and Mrs, H. W. Pletch. was the win ner of the first prize doll which was jrfven awav by the K. D. James drug store on Christmas day to the child who had the most votes in the con- Jest which had been running the past few weeks. The second prize doll was won by Barbara Haggard and the third doll by Erma Deal. Mr. James advertised fifteen dolls to be given away to the children receiving the highest votes, but when the contest closed he nineteen dolls and something of the twenty-five children who headed the list. Beside the three for the ladies and Wm. Aman the men's prize. Lunch was served which was brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bode were presented with a silver pitcher. Those attending were: Tnc Rev. Thos. J. Davern, Messrs, and Mes ert Kain, Daughan, 1?. O. Zcn- •f'MTr&.'l B-1'?, JOS William Barry Plum Creek Club— children mentioned the following received a dollar or something else: Barbara Pool, Peggy Wchler, Ruth Ann Clement, Betty Burtis, Doris McGuire. Mary Amunsen. Ann O'Haire, Elizabeth Stilling, Helen Chubb, Lydla Ward, Mary Gunder, Meredith Larson, Betty Turner, Jane Simmons, Marabelle Reimer, Dorothy Roupe, Mary Anderson, Lois Gardner, Phyllis Kuch- Opal Sabin and Arden Olson. The contest was started a few weeks before Christmas. Each purchase made in the store entitled the buyer to give some child on the list as many votes as there were cents in the purchase Started Early. Patrons of the office were considerate and started mailing parcels for a distance early. The week before Christmas saw a steady and continual mailing and Saturday was one of the big days of the season. Monday, tile Biff Day. Mondaj', December 22, was the bi day of the season, and broke all re cords in the number of pieces maile and the office receipt. On that day 16.400 letters passed through th^ can celling machine and on December 23 number was over 11,000. Between December 15 and the 25th, the letters mailed out numbered 77,820. With arger number coming in, an idea o: he number of letters and cards handed outside of the tremendous mailing of advertising matters, newspapers anc magazines, give an idea of the amount of mail handled. The cancellation of etters this year was about twelve per cut larger than a year ago. Receipts of the 'Office. The receipts of the Algona post of- flce show an Increase during each uarter. During the holidays the in- rease was about one-third over last Farm Bureau Officers Installed on Monday The old and he* directors of th< Kossuth county farm bureau met Monday at the Legion hall. There were twenty-one present at the mcftim? The officers for the corning year were installed. They were elected ftt the annual meeting of the farm bureau which was held lli Algona a few weeks ago. Committees lor the county boys and girls' clubs were elected and then a covered dish supper was served. CEESOO NEWS. The Plum Creek Social and Literary price. Mr. James stated that the con- club was entertained December 17 at test was one of the biggest things he the hcme of Dorothy Knudsen with ever tried and he was more than pleas- K,ab€He Scuffham SIESW: isi,-?..•' The | ed to see the children made happy with their dolls and gifts. meeting was in the form of a Christinas p.trty. Everyone sang Ch.-fotmas carols and took part An :;tunts and i Jergenson sjace a hum- ear. For nine days precding Christmas the receipts in 1929 were over S1600. This year they exceeded $2100 aud were $530 over last year. Parcel Post Mail. More pieces of parcel post. Christmas presents and tokens were mailed at the local office this year than ever before. Clerks worked over time, extra help was secured and every train received a. large dispatch. Hundreds of sacks of parcel post made life miserable for railway mail clerks as well and in several cases they were unable to work the mails promptly. Parcel post matter, unless in a direct sack, was sent to the terminals at Chicago, Omaha or St. Paul and from there dis- for the children's hora-3 was tanen care of by Jessie Pooch wid Marie Seuffham. The next meet'.n-i will be hold January 7 with Florence Blcich and JtJEWe Altwegg assisting T.le A. O. club was en'tevt'aliiid on December"IB-at the home of Mis. Ann Fechner. Miss Anna Buss W.MI the Mrs. E. J. Rawson enjoyed Christmas with her seven children oil pre-j patched to the destination. at her home on West McGregor street. This was the first time in twenty-eight years that they had al] been together at once and needless to say Mrs. Rawson was very happy. Those present were Mrs. Josie Dearchs and Mrs. John Barr of Algona; Elvta of Anamosa, Merrill of;, Whittemore; Esther Rawson of Ames; George Rawson 'of Chicago and Mrs. Zedonna Neal of Dexter. Used Cars at Bargain Prices 1928 Pontiac coupe 1929 Whippet 6 coupe 1929 Plymouth coupe 1926 Hudson sedan 1929 Olds coach 1929 Olds coupe 1927 Hudson coach 1928 Essex sedan 1928 Essex coach 1926 Buick coach 192G Overland coach 1930 Pontiac dera. Alg ona S. H.KLASSIE, Prop. Christmas eve and at that time every parcel that could possibly be delivered was at the home of the person who was to receive it. Among the tired and weary employees was Messenger Vincent who frequently had to make several trips to and from the depots. Parcels Well Prepared. Postal employees all were thankful that the public took more pains in wrapping and addressing parcels than ever before and many hundreds were Insured to guard against possible loss. Remembered Employees. Algona post bffice clerks were kindly remembered the day before Christmas Kohlhaas Brothers, the Chevrolet dealers, who brought in several boxes of cigars and candy and by Fred Behlmer of the Algonquin Confectionery, who also remembered them with candy, fruit, cigarettes and cigars for which they were extremely grateful. The holiday season proves a trying ask to postal employees and the patrons of the Algona office were considerate and evidently realized the tremendous extra work that fell to the clerks and cooperated in every way possible to make their work pleasant and they extend to the patrons wishes for a happy new year. Located south of Algona Hotel Phone 714, IHHBUBaBlflBB A NEW YEAR PRESENT for the whole family for a whole year UPP er Des Moines Republican City Deliveries Made. Extra'help for carriers, with a truck, delivered parcels in the city. Thousands of pieces arrived by every mai] and they were kept busy routing and delivering matter. Mailing of parcels continued until the window closed on There was a Parsons family gather- Ing Thursday at the M. de L. Parsons iome. Milford and Everett Hedlund of .Vta- were Cthrlstaas guests at the Harry Sundlng home. Mrs. Ellen Miner and son o f Merlden returned home Sunday after four days isit with the Potter families. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and Mrs Tulius Staider of St. Benedict were guests Tuesday at the W. L. Marttn home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mr. nd Mrs. M. J. Jones and daxighter, Lucille were guests Sunday of Mrs: tella Sabln. Mrs. A. E. Spear and children of Swea City and the O. S. Moru famllv were guests Thursday at Che E. O Potter home. Messrs, and Mesdames Charles anc Ben Potter and the letter's daughters. LuEIla, and Sadie, of Ames, were home. Sunday at* the F. L. Miller We are glad s to report Mrs. Leland Wildin as greatly improved, havlrg been very ill for some weets At 'lie iiomc of her mother. Mrs. Ba^.s. near WhittemotP. Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter and Nancy Claire of Clear Lake visited on Wednesday and that night with Mrs. tfcWhorter's parents, Mir. and Mrs. A E. Clayton: The Harry Sabin family were Sunday guests at the Perry Phelps home son df WHlttehiore spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. arYd Mrs. Jos. Mift*J. Miss Bessie fiioan is spending her vacation at tfie home of her mother, Mrs. Harvey Sloan, She teaches In' Buffalo Centef. Mrs. Wm. Williams of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Is spending the holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith and family of near Mallard spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White. Mr and Mrs. Orville Hair of near Ro'fe spent Sunday at the Arthur Simmons home. They were accompanied by Charles Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Fallls of Des Molnes spent Christmas at the Gene Graham home. Mrs. Fallls had been visiting there the week before. Mrs. Ina Nylen returned to Ames on Monday after spending a week here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley and other relatives. Benard Montag, who attends & heological seminary at Ot. Louis, is spending his vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons and on, Harold, spent Christmas" at the 3rvflle Harr home near Rolfe; Jean Harr came home with them for a few 'ays' stay- Miss Augusta Buttemore began her chool Monday after a week's vacation. near Irvington: Mrs. Phelps has been but Farewell Party for Rev. and Mrs. H. Dubbe. The Rev. and Mrs. H. Dubbe were happily surprised Monday evening when between sixty and seventy-five of their friends dropped in upon them for a farewell party. The Dubbes leave some time after the first of the year for Vincent, near Fort Dodge, where Rev. Dubbe has accepted a pastorate. At the close of the evening the guests presented Rev. and Mrs. Dubbe with a purse of $30.90. Those who were am- fr the guests were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oeilenfeld and family, Mrs. Henry Dreyor, Mrs. Rose Ohm and daughter, Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau and family, Miss Elma Sehroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boettcher and farr- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmermann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hohenbnrger, Mr. and Mrs. John Klliian and family, Mr. anrl Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, Mr. and Mrs. HIIJJO Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz and family, Mrs. Winkle, Mrs. Ida Zumach and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Prod Gronbach and family, Mrs. Wm. Kutschara, Theodore Bwalve, Mr. and Mrs. Seips, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riedel and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bierstedt The fiubbes have been in Algona for a number of years, and will be greatly missed by the many friends they have made while living here. ill. with neuralgia of Uie" heart, t now improving. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Peterson and daughter, Ida, and Rachael Clavton f Alpona and Mildred Clayton of Main Citv were guests Chrisetmas at he A. E. Clayton home. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dutton are the iarents of an eight pound daughter orn Christmas morning. Mrs. B. loldren of Aleona is caring for Mrs. Dutton and the baby. The Duttons ave a son. Mrs. D. A Teeter, son f'.-aiu and ife v:«ricii with relatives and old inirts ij-.f first of last week it ^ii- elcl nnd sptnt Christmas, wi'.'i the •former's r nu.ehter, Mrs. Orvil ° VP-IV--I nn-l frnnllj at Keokuk. Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield of TrvinRton were guests Thursday at the Wm. Runchey home. The Harry/ Sabln family were guests^ at the I Roscoe ;She teaches at center school in Garfield township. Mr and Mrs. Charles Riley and two children of Livermore spent Christma 1 , at the Wm Rfley home. They went Home Friday and Loveritn remained for a few days' stay. Miss Golda Wboley came down from Rodman Tuesday morning. She has been at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Wirtiz'helping care for their baby who has had the pneumonia. Ben Walker Is- back at his post for a time each day at the McFarland & Walker store,- after' a two months' absence on account of illness'. His many fiiends are glad to-sea him once more. Miss Delia and? Leslie Mtager left Tuesday evening for LaPorte City, to spend Christmas with their sister, Mrs. Moore and family. Miss Mlnger planned to go to St; Louis-on'business while away. Mrs. Paul Peterson' and daughter, Rose, moved into the Colgan house during the past week. Their home Is in Rodman but they have' been staying with a daughter of Mrs. Peterson in Hurt. Miss Ruth Watson of Des Moines drove up Wednesday evening and spent the night at the home of her mother, Mrs. George Watson; She returned to her work as a nurse on Thursday. / The basket ball team played the Lu- j Verne team here December 16. The girl won by a score of 31 to 27 and the boys lost by a score of 18 to 13. This is the first game the boys have? lost thin season. Miss ElethaT Zimmerman, who- attends college at Hastings, Nebraska, Mawdsley home" "Bart. I Among students enjoying Christmas vacation at home were LuEIla and Sadie Potter and Charles Lindhorst of Towa State College at Ames; Clifford Worster, Still College of Osteopathy at Des Moines. The two boys gave an outline of relicous activities at each college with other students at the Aleona M. E. church Sunday evening, all of which was very interstina-. Athur Wildin and James Hood of Waconda, South Dakota, also George Flowers of Fort Dodge and Harold Flowers of Webster City, brother and nephew of Mrs. Lewis Wildin, were guests until Monday at the home of Arthur's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wildin. These persons and the Geo. and Douglas Wildin families were Sunday visitors at the Ed. Wildin home. Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson Is reported rtowly improving. Mrs. Bahl of Algona is caring for her. Dr. Harry Jenkinson, a son of Iowa City, came ip again Saturday evening and took lis niece, Eleanor Cruikshank, who is i nurse at Iowa City, home with him. She had cared for Mrs. Jenkinson bLuce icr illness began two weeks ago on Sunday. Harry's brother, Lew, took hem to Livermore where they took the train, returning to Iowa City. Former Whittemore Girl is Married. Whittemore, December 29. Special: George T. Weir of Mason City and Mae Funk of Algona were married last week at the Little Brown Church near Nashua. The groom is a son of the late Thomas Weir of Whittemore and since his discharge from the army In the World war, has made his home with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs George Weir of Algona. The bride is well know here as she lived with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wor.. Funk north of Whittemore for many years before moving to Algona. The new home will be made In Mason City where the groom is employed by the state. WEST BEND NEWS. Miss Blanche and Merle Stover were shopping in Algona Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jollife of near Mallard spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Alice Pease. f'lr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers and f'hildrcn spent Sunday visiting with relatives in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and family and Miss deal spent Christmas at the A. D. Cleal home at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stover and son, Leslie of Rodman spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. J. T. Stover. Mrs. Elton Hadley of Stuart, is visiting at the home of her daughter, J.Irs. Melvin Struthere and family. MLss Lynnette Robinson, who is attending college at Indianola, is spending her vaction here with relatives. Rev. Zimmerman and family attended the Christmas program at the Rodman church Wednesday evening. John Munson was a business visitor at, Laurens Monday. He operates a truck for the Hakes Produce Company. Mrs. Julia McFarland returned on Thursday evening from a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Struthers. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cleal of Rolfe spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Myron Boos and family. Misses Gezlna Schutter and Margaret Hayne, who attend Coe College, are spending the holidays at their homes here. Ray Miller, who teaches In Fort Dodge is spending his vacation here with hl« parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0- Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mtmbach and family of Renlck spent last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Qharles Dewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shellmyer and Rev. am Zimmerman. The family met her at Rockwell City. ;'•'•• Mrs. Grace Crisman and daughter, Mary Jane of Cedar Falls, Walter Williams of Walcott, Iowa; and'Steve Williams of Lynchburg, Virginia; are spending then- vacations with their mother, Mrs. T. W. Williams. Thorstein Satern and daughter, Virginia, returned home from lOwa City Tuesday evening before Christmas. They were accompanied by Mrs. Golda Wooley of Cedar Falls, who Is visiting at the home of her mother; Mrs. Harvey Sloan. The Sunday School class of young men were entertained In the church parlors Monday evening by their teacher, Mrs. C. C. Miller. Each one invited a guest. Games were played during the evening and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. George Montag and Billy returned home from Rochester the first of last week. Billy has not been well since last summer when he was given a dose of serum to prevent lockjaw. He stepped on a tacfc at that time. The doctors there could do nothing at this time. Miss Jennie Comer and her nephew, Russell Doyle, went to Oklahoma City the-Tuesaay before Christmas to spend some time at the home of Russell's father, who lives there with his family. Miss Comer has been visitng here with her brother, Fred and Walter Comer, slncec early fall. uvwwuvuw Fully equipped delivered.. New never driven Willys Six Deluxe sedan 65 horsepower, formerly $985. Your old car accepted in trade, balance <m. easy terms. Algona Motor Sales S. H. Klassie, Prop. Just south of Algona Hotel. wwwvwwwwwwyvvw? A Chrlsiffias program was* offer! frf the high scto»l asget&W on Tusft ftfterndon. TfiB 1 ptbgr"am was sflorl- sored by the setffetfS. each class taking some part. After 1 tfle progranii gifte and treats were distributed from tfta tree. School was dismissed fro a va cation until January 5th. The eighth grade held a Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Etinton on Thursday evening before ChHstmas. Games were played during the evening and refreshments were served. The class was accompanied by Miss Kucknbecker and Williamson and Mr. Schar and Mr. Qross- cup. Mr; and Mrs. Thorstein Satern and children, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Oobb and son, Donald, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Satern- and fatnOy, attended a family party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Telford, near Ottosen Christmas night. About 4T members of the Satern family were present and a merry time was had by all present. Refreshment^ which the guests tjrought with them, were served during the dinner hour. Scholars gave their on Sunday everting Bltf«e Christmas, The pf bpratn W«S OpenM fcy the singing of Christmas earote sting by the elder boys and girls. TrWy marched tip the aisle, each one carryfrfg ft can- dfe, arid singing. The small children gave songs and recitations foHdfeU bf A pageant, depicting the birth of Cte«t. The JDrBgfaift Was folfoKMsd bf the appearance of Santa Claus to ther chltrch dining room, where he distributed fteats of teady and ffult to- th* children 1 . ' The public schools closed on Tuesday, iteeemtief 23 for a vacation tuittt January fftffc The* teachers are spend''* Ing their vacations at different placis: Superintendent and Mrs.- Bliss an(T children are visiting" relatives at MasoNn City; Mr. and Mrs. Jolmson are visiting home folks at Sjprlngvllle; it. N. Gfosscup atf Eagalle; Ifflnois; Miss Ade*line Halverson at Fertile, Iowa;; Mis* : Williamson at 8t. Ansget; Miss Maf» guerite Felds at Wayiretown, Indiana, to visit home folksr SOsS-- Euttlce'lvey to her home in 1 ftolfe and Mr. Schar to Storm Lake*. Call Theatre - Algona On the map in a big way. 100 per cent attractions follow each other throughout January. Always a two hour show. Wfr spend $100 per week this year for'choice snort subjects to make this art aasured fact. Always comfortab'hb-Arc- tic Nu Air ventilation prevents- any uncomfortable condition. Controlled from the box office. We can handle It to suit you. Advise ushers of your requirements. We pay a Western Electric expert $100 per month to keep our sound In one hundred per cent condition at an times. He visits this equipment at least four times per month. We will receive one hundred per cent service on the first noiseless recording used by Western Electric January " Plan * enjoy « NEW Y£AE'S EVE WED. NIGHT AT 11:30. I's a big fun show. A bombshelTof joy. The man the millions laugh: at ED WYNN The PerPecb Fool ( BV ARfiAHOEMENT WITH FIOREKZ ZIEGFELD > 1/4 Follow the Leader" Q paramount (picture It's the best show released for an* Algona New Year's Eve party. Ed. Wynn is cuckoo and contagious. NEW YEAR'S DAY. THUBS., JAN. 1. Holiday courtesy one o'clock, and three o'clock matinee. Any seat in the theatre 10c-35c, Five, seven | SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. i It*-a big western. Two matinees at 1:30 p. m. and 3:30 p. m. You wDI also see chapter No. 2 of the dog serial Rin Tin Tin "THE LONE DEFENDER" and Buck Jones Margaret De LaMotte and Kate Price in "SHADOW RANCH" SUNDAY, JANUARY 4. Holiday courtesy — one and three o'clock matinees 10c-35c. Any seat in the theatre. Come early and benefit. Five, seven and nine o'clock shows at regular prices. Screen's first lady in triple character. Buth Chatterton LOVE" Two women In one^-an amazing picture. Is happiness wrong? SPECIAL NOTICE—The first showing of a marvelous step forward In talkies. Hear It at the Call Theatre first. Western Electric system of noiseless recording. You will be thunderstruck. No surface noise, no ground noise. Noiseless. You get this on Western Electric. MON. & TUBS., JAN, 5-6. Tuesday matinee at 2:30. Prices 10c-30c. Featuring Robert Montgomery Anita Page Marie Prevost June Walker "WAR NURSE" The glorious sequel to "The Big Parade." Soul gripping, tenderly leautiful, daring. The anonymous- y written book of heroines who lived, loved and suffered on the western front. Always a two hour show at the iall. Varieties, Cornedies, Cartoons a make this possible.e JOAN WFORD and nine o'clock shows at regular prices. The beautiful star In her most thrilling role. Greater than the Trial of Mary Dugan. Robert Armstrong and Marie Prevost supporting. Is love mightier than revenge? See the Broadway smash hit "Within the Law. Plan to start early to beat the crowds. One and three o'clock matinees at reduced prices 10c-35o. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2. Daily trade matinee at 2:30 p. m. Prices—I0e-30c. Shipped to Algona from the Des Moines Theatre after their midnight show. It's new- just released, it's big, running In Roxy Theatre this week. Edmund Lowe Leila Hyams Tommy (Clifford Walter McO-rail in the Stewart Edward white story "PA$T TIME WIfU" A timely, typical, topical treat for a tired business man and a aery female. - Merry comedy of raanieii I We. She wins a golf match but slices her marriage In the rough. A boy and his pup help Oupld make a reoovery WED. & THUES., JAN. 7-8. Thursday matinee at 2:30 p. m. Prices I0c-30c. The unblushing bride makes her matrimonial wow, Skeets Gallagher Charlie Ruggles CLARA BOW eddm A new kind of honeymoon. It's entirely a laughing matter. Always a two hour show. News, Varieties, Cartoons and Comedies. F»I. & SAT, JAN, »-10. School matinee Friday at 4:16. Two matinees Saturday at 1:30 and 3:30. Its a big treat for Algona, Tbe strangest romance ever filmed. Africa Speaks Thrilling all talking romance of adventure in the unexplored reglona of equatorial Africa. Produced by F au L L> Koefler and Walter PuWw tor the Colorado Afripan Expedition, See a 3 warm of Locusts 160 miles vMff 4wwtftt}ng every Hvlngl The sensational duck-billed w of Ubangi The Masai ing lions wltti spears. amazing. of W» m Tin Defender," 3:80 matinee? *«' L , t 4%?^

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