The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1936 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 9, 1936
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Tae Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 9, 1936 Betty Barry Wed*— One of the largest of the Jun wedding* was held at St. Cecelia' church Monday morning at 7:4 o'clock when Betty Barry becam tH* brtde of Roy Berrie of Mason C9ty. Father T. J. Davern reac the service in the presence of a large group of relatives and friends The bride,.who Is the daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry, wor « gown of pale pink mousseiine de sole with short train and a match ing hat. Her bouquet was of white carnations. Her bridesmaid, June Corey, wore pink moussellne de sol with blue accessories and carriet a bouquet of pink carnations and blue larkspur. The bridegroom was attended by the bride's brother Billy Barry. Members of the bridal party took their places as John Lee Holtzbauer, cousin of the bride, played Mendelssohn's wedding march During the ceremony he playec Meditation from Thais and Traum- erie. Miss Elizabeth Holtzbauer sang Ave Maria, accompanied al the organ by Miss Julia McEnroe Lohngrin's wedding march was played by John Lee for the recessional. Darwin Baker ushered. Betty was graduated from St Cecelia's academy in 1932 with the first class to receive diplomas from the school. With the exception of a few months last summer which she spent In California, Betty has been the society and local editor of the Algona Upper Des Moines for the past three years. During that time she has won the friendship of all who came in contact with her through her graciousness and kindly manner. Mr. Berrie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Berrie of Garnett, Kansas, where he lived until 1929 when he graduated from high school. That year he came to Algona and was employed for three years at the Advance office. The past three years he has been employed by the Stoyles Printing Co. at Mason City. Following the wedding ceremony a breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents to about 40 relatives and friends. Afterward Mr. and Mrs. Berrie left on a wedding trip to the Black Hills and will be at home in about two weeks in a cottage on Shady Beach at Clear Lake for the summer. Out of town guests were Father R. P. Murphy, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stoyles of Mason City; Ann, Veronica, Valida Hatch and Jer- ome Kollasch of St. Paul; Mrs. C. B. M. Smith, daughter Mary Susan, and son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Des Moines; Jenn Cooney of Blue Earth; Eleanor Larnutr 1 of Rochester, Minn.; Matt Holtzbauer, Cecelia, Jane and Marshall of Belmond. Auxiliary News— A meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held Friday evening at the hall. There was an election of officers as follows: Mrs. Joe Harig, president; Mrs. Henry Becker, first vice president; Mrs. Wendell French, second vice president; Maxine Momyer, secretary; Mrs, Glen Roland, treasurer; Mrs. Wm, Weis, historian; Mrs. Arthur Hueser, chaplain: and Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. L. W. Fox, and Mrs. J. Stevenson were elected as executive members at large to serve on the board. The program was centered around the June Fldac month. The prize winning Fidac essay was given by Dorothy Ward, and Mrs. Antone Didrlcksen gave a talk on a 'Trip Through Poland." Mrs. Sylvia Gunn played Polish selections by Polish composers on the piano. There was a report from the eighth district conference held at Forest City, May 5. Mrs. James Burns received first prize and" Mrs. Leon Merritt received low prize at bridge. Livermore Girl Weds— The marriage of Delmar McEnt- ofTcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Mc- Entoffer, of Emmerson, Nebraska, and Miss Clevra TUIson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tillson, Livermore. took place Sunday at .he Presbyterian church in Livermore. Rev. J. M. Higgins per- 'ormed the ceremony. Miss Mor- •ine Grlebel played the wedding march from Lohengrin and Robert Opheim sang "I Love You Truly". The bride wore a wedding gown if white net. Her maid of horior, Dorothy McEntoffer, was attired in' ellow, and her bridesmaids, Elsie ifnberry and Betty Trauger wore ink with blue accessories and lue with pink accessories. Bonita Olson was ring bearer. A wedding dinner was served immediately after the ceremony and 1e couple left for Bismark, North Dakota, which will be their future ome. Mr. McEntoffer played In College Club orchestra booked rom there. Social Calendar Thursday, June 10 There will b« a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at the Country Club Wednesday afternoon. Those serving on the committee are Mrs. Ralph Mledke, Mrs. Floyd Saunders, Mrs. William Daughn, and Mrs. Don Hutchison. The First Lutheran Luther League meets tomorrow evening (Wednesday) at 8:00 p. m. in the church parlors, with Robert and Palmer Seilstrom serving as hosts. The regular meeting of the St. Thomas Guild will be at Fenton, next Thursday 'afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. Waldemar Laage of Fenton will be hostess. The Brootolde Golf club Is planning a stag party to be held Friday night. There is to be a picnic at Call State Park on June 23. Acoustically Perfect for Western Electric Sound It's Cool at the Call 1 Wed.-Thurs., June 10-11 Continuous show Thursday one o'clock and every two hours. Prices 10-26c anywhere Register special Wednesday night and Thursday matinee. The "Rendezvous" girl keeps a daring date. Gay romance. Also Leon Errol Comedy, Cartoon, and News. Fri.-Sat., June 12-13 and every Friday and Saturday. 2 Grand Features 2 Summer Bargain Prices lOc • 16c Mat, Night No. 1 Drama— TENSE! TERRIFIC! No. 2—Fun and Thrills— Hoot Gibson "THE RAINBOW'S END" We go to Hoot's Ranch for a rodeo. Sunday-Monday, June 14-15 Continuous Show Sunday JKX) Scats Available 900 No Advance in Price 10-26-36c The Grandest Show You'll Ever Know = THE % = SHOW = WORLD'S = SUPREME =, TRIUMPH! SPECTACLE! MIRACLE! MAGIC! EDNA FERBER'S Immortal ^ Classic ^ IRENE DUNNE ALAN JONES CHARLES WINNINGER PAUL ROBE SON A Universal Picture Pathe City News Technicolor "Bingo Crosbiana" Rebekah Convention— The annual district convention of Rebekahn was held at Titonka last Friday. Those in attendance from Algona were Mrs. Wm. Dehnert, Mrs. Sid Spear. Mrs. Henry Lund, Mrs. Marc Moore, Mrs. Conrad Herman, and Mrs. O. C. Barton. The state president, Mrs. Esther Lemlng. conducted the meeting. Each lodge exemplified part of the work and the state president corrected and Instructed. Election of officers was held and were elected as follows: Lillian Sheldon of Burt, president; Mrs. Mayme Petersen, of Titonka, vice president; Mrs. Edith Chipman, of Hurt, secretary, and Mrs. Pearl Moore of Algona, treasurer. The district convention next year will be held at Burt Birthday Party- Friday afternoon, Mrs. O. Norman entertained a group of girls in honor of the 14th birthday of her granddaughter, Betty Brown. Invited guests were Betty Lattlmer, Rosalie Swanson, Anita Thompson, Patricia Hull. Avada Btngaman, Elgena Calhoun, Dorothy Brown, Frances Sorensen, Aurilla Mae Hiscrodt, Inez Harris and Dorothy King. The afternoon was spent playing games after which lunch was served by the hostess. Betty received many nice gifts. Surprise House Warming— Adris Anderson was pleasantly surprised at her new home in the country Thursday evening by a number of her friends who came for a house warming and slumber party. Those who attended were Virginia Schnepf, Bernice Dearchs, Margaret Brown, Valeria Pickett, Evelyn Smith. Margaret Vigars, Ida Halpin and Evelyn Toothman. Presbyterian Ladles Aid— The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid met at the church last Thursday afternoon. Those on the committee were Mrs. C. F. Specht, Mrs. Mar- Lin Jensen, Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs., Fred Park and Mrs. Vincent. Miss Minnie Coate gave an extraordinary talk on a Trip to Hawaii. A bake sale was planned, and lunch was served. Dance at Country Club— . The second of the bi-weekly dances was held at the Algona Country Club Monday evening. About one hundred couples danced to Al Menke and his twelve piece orchestra. There was a drawing on the advance sale tickets, and Fred Kent won the free ticket to the next dance. Deasert Club— A meeting of the eight members of the Dessert club was held on Friday with Mrs. Gordon Kuhn. Mrs. Gene Wray received the first prize, Mrs. Lloyd Muckey the low prize, Mrs. Geo. Conklin, the cut prize, and Mrs. Fred Park the travel prize. Shower for Betty Barry— Kathleen Holtzbauer entertained at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening in honor of Betty Barry who was married Monday. There were eight guests present, from whom Betty received many lovely gifts. The evening was spent socially. Laat Delphian Meeting— Delphians are meeting Tuesday (today) for the last time this season in the shelter house at the Call State Park. Part of the group will spend the afternoon socially and the others will play bridge. Family Picnic— Mrs. Charlotte Parsona and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglass anil family and Mr. and Mrs. Vie {'arsons attended a family picnic at IiHerlaken Sunday. There were '.'3 in attendance. Geo. Haft & Rosalin Russell in "It Mad to Happen", Call Theatre, June 10-11 Algeria's Worldly Travelers on Move While one Algona. business man i.-> trying to rtadjuot himself to the ordinary existence of local lift-, another one u embarking ori a lengthy summer trip to his native l^ri'l. Denmark, K. U. Bju.itrorn returned home last Wednesday after a two weeks trip which took him to New York f.'ity and Havana, Cuba, as a prize j award for exceptional radio bales. j I-irs Sorenoen left last Thursday | for Denmark, taking with him hU I automobile. Lara is driving to New i York, and will aloo be able to drive ' -ifter he gets across the water. He j waa to bail on the Hamburg-Arneri it:un line veabel. Columbus. Girls Shift Positions As Texas Trip Contest Enters 2nd Week Violet Norman Still in the Lead; Betty Backus Second EVERY ENTRY TO WIN AN AWARD Although Violet Norman, Algona, retained her lead in the Texas Centennial Popularity contest, those in the places directly behind changed standings in a majority bf instances. Miss Norman's lead was chiefly due to the votes she received in the theatre ballots, while Miss Patterson, in second last week, and Miss Backus, each advanced their lotais in part by new subscriptions. Miss Norman also had the advantage of a new subscription. Special attention is again called to the fact that every girl entered and competing in the Working irl's contest, will receive some award. First place is the free 10- day trip to the Texas Centennial exposition at Dallas, Texas. Second and third place winners will receive a year's pass to tho State Theatre. Fourth and fifth get a nine months' pass, sixth and seventh get a six month's pass, and so on down through the standings. Standings on Friday The standings as of last Friday, when the most recent check of the ballots was made, was as follows: 1. Violet Norman, Algona 4840 2. Betty Backus, Algona . ..3663 3. Ilda Patterson, Algona 3475 4. Esther Lavrenz, Algona 1045 5. Mary Kain, Algona 1355 6. Ardella Hovey, Algona 1200 7. Drusllla Caughlin, Algona. 1060 8. Alice Moulton, Ledyard .... 960 9. Anna Ramus, LuVerne 955 10. Marcella Cullen, Whit 940 RUTH MC KEE DROPS FROM TEXAS CONTEST Ruth McKee, In eleventh place last week In the Texan Centennial contect, dropped from the contest thi» week. She Joined th« staff of The Al- Kona Upper Den Moineo, replacing Betty Barry, who Monday became a June bride. 11. "Toots" Gramenz, Fen 8TO 12. Rosella Voight, Whit 700 13. Lola Warner, Fen 655 14. Zora Keith, Alg 595 15. Pearl Dahl. Sw. City 500 16. Loretta Winkel, Alg 495 17. Irene Heller, Whitt 485 18. Viola Riddle, Lak 445 19. Maurlne Hansen, Wesley .. 395 20. Bertha Fasbender, St. B 330 21. Dorlys Knudsen, Alg 280 22. Cora Masterson, Cor 275 23. Bea Kramer, Fen 260 24. Loretta Howie, Algona 250 25. Isabel Kain, Algona 250 26. Isabel Stott, Titonka 245 27. Rosalee Door, St. B 220 28. Bernice Harrington 170 29. Luella Bleich, Burt 160 30. Helen Corey, Algona 160 31. Rose Murphy, Ban 140 32. Doris Silvers, Algona 120 33. Beuiah Gifford, Burt 110 34. Clara Wedal. LuVerne 100 35. Edna Anderson, Sw. City 90 36. Lola Marlow, L. Rock 85 37. Dencil Stockman, S. C 50 38. Irene Weringa, Lak 50 "i'j, Muriel Johnson, Lak 50 The entries as listed above constitutes the present contestants. Several dropped out, and several new ones entered when votes were cast for them after the contest begun. How Voting in Done Votes are gathered in three ways. Each admission to the State theatre entitles one to a ballot of 25 votes lor an adult ticket and 10 votes for a children ticket. In the theatre lobby is a ballot box and blackboard with names of entries. Deposit ballot in the box. New subscriptions to The Algona Upper Des Moines count 500 votes if turned in at the office by either new subschiber or contestant. Mrs. Csukker of West Bend Passes The funeral services of Mrs. Martin Csukker were held at the Ste. Peter and Paul's church Saturday morning. Rev. P. M. Dobberstein officiated. Mrs. Csukker is survived by two sons. Martin and John of Greene, Iowa, and Mrs. Mary Stiles of West Bend. Her husband passed away a few months ago. IRVINGTON NEWS Bob Watson will arrive soon from California to spend the summer months with his mother, Mrs. Ray Watson. Owing to a critical Illness last winter which caused Bob to miss several months of school he will not be graduated until some time next year. He will return to California in the early fall. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker entertained a number of guests Sunday for dinner honoring their daughter, Rosetta's birthday. Guests enjoying the courtesy were Mrs. Andrew Brown and son, Donald of Thompson, Lillian Brown of Algona and Leo Brown of Irvlngton and also Edwin Seaman of Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bamsey were calling on friends in this vicinity last Sunday. Mr. Bamsey is the youngest son of Russell Bamsey, former Irvlngton resident, but now living at Lake Park. The younger Bamseys were Just recently married and were on their honeymoon. The Ladies' Aid society of the local church will serve one of their popular 25 cent suppers Wednesday evening, June 10. The menu will consist of hot roast ham sandwiches with mashed potatoes, the desert of strawberry short cake and cream. The general public Is Invited to come. The Riverdale Friendly Hour club held their regular June meet- Ing last Wednesday with Mrs. John Frleders as hostess and Mrs. Tony Becker assistant hostess. Roll call was responded to by giving short cuts in household activities. The annual club picnic which includes the families of all club members will be held Wednesday, July 1, in the woods at the Toney Klooster farm. The Cresco Chums 4-H girls' club met last Thursday afternoon with Lucille Kramer acting hostess. Nine girls were present. The enrollment is eleven. Lucille was chosen the best "groomed girl in the club to represent them June 16 at the county rally. Jean Devine was, elected delegate to attend the state 4-H convention at Ames June 26-27-28. On Saturday, June 13th the girls are planning a candy sale in Algona to finish raising money to send their delegate to Ames. Mrs. Loren Brown is club leader. Helen and Marvel Schmidt, two and four years of age, respectively, visited last week at the Henry Scheppman home. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt of Lone Rock and Mrs. Schmidt is the Scheppman's daughter. The Scheppmans took the children home Sunday. Henry Scheppman, Jr., celebrated his 21st birthday on May 29 and in honor of the occasion his parents entertained about twenty friends and relatives on Sunday, May 31. Cresco Embroidery About twenty attended the Cresco Embroidery club which met last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Brown. Roll call was responded to by giving poultry hints. The next regular meeting will be in four weeks with Mrs. A. J. Brown aa hostess. Oh Thursday, June 14th the Cresco Chums will meet with Maxine Robison to make plans and practice for rally day. All members are urged to be present. Ronald Frankl left Seattle, Washington, last week on his homeward trip. At present he is visiting with the Watson boys at San Francisco. He expects to arrive in Irvlngton about June 20. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel entertained a few friends informally on Sunday evening honoring their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van Stenberg of Flint, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown and the Claude Seeleys were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith, the C. J. Gross family of Lone Rock was at the Edw. Mawdsley home. The Irvington dancing club will hold their regular June meeting next Fariday evening. The John Scliultzs, John Weyderts, and Herman Plathes will act as chairmen. Spongberg's orchestra has been engaged to furnish the music. The ladies of the Aid society have received an invitation to attend an afternoon meeting of the Burt Ladies' Aid society on June 24 at the Burt Presbyterian church. Several other such organizations in the county have also been extended the courtesy. USED CARS 1934 Pontiac sedan 1934 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Ford A Sedan 1930 Dodge Sedan 1930 Chevrolet coupe 1929 Chevrolet coach 1929 Ford A coupe 1929 Ford roadster Two Model T Forda New Oldsmobiles on Display WASHING—tiUEASING—BATTKKY SEKVU'K Algona Auto Market We»t of Court House JUNIOR THEATRE Cool as a Mountain Top Marvelous Entertainment Tues. and Wed. Prices 10c-16c Last Two Days Register special Wed. night 2 Big Hits 2 No. 1—. No. 2— Robert Warwick Roger Pryor Charlotte Henry in 'THE RETURN OF JIMMY VALENTINE' The GRACE and PLASH of a MERMAID SWIM SUIT which is priced at $3.50 Two-way Lastex back gives excellent figure control yet prevents garment from riding up. Fine brocade front boned over diaphragm. Moderate cup shaped busts of beautiful Alencon lace. Designed for the average figure. Christensen Bros. Co. AlgonaY Style Center • B?ery charm of a graceful figure is tattered by these utterly new, enrhsmingly lovely swim suits. Nothing to approach them In downright beauty, modern- irjr of style, fine color balance and exceptional westing comfort, All models «e thoroughly swim-tested by expert swimmers to *s- sure full comfort end permanent fcfc Christensen Bros. Co. Algona's Style Center Home Sewing Is on the Up-It Seems There is a revived interest in home sewing and especially more so among the younger ladies and girls, as not in several seasons has there been such an interest shown in pattern choosing and buying of materials for home sewing. Likewise not in several years have we shown such a wide variety of beautiful fabrics in silks, cottons and laces, as we have now for your choosing. Join the enthusiastic piece goods shoppers and enjoy the thrill of wearing something this summer that your actually made yourself. Christensen Bros. Co. Algona's Style Center Knee-Lengths that stay in PLACE but never BIND • The new Btlle-Sbarmetr Knee- Length Stockings! Grand for dancing, grand for walking, grand for loafing. The Lastez Lace garters hold sleekly and securely below your knee btit.. never bind. A special construction of the lace does the trick. Incidentally, Knee-Lengths have the famous made- to-measure fit of all Btllt-Sbarmttr Stockings. Daytime and evening shades ...Clearandshadowless. * ^ Exclusive here. V I nj Bclle-Sharmecr KNEE-LENGTH STOCKINGS with the Latle* Laee Oer»er Christensen Bros. Co. Nite BASEBALL Algona Baseball Park What a Schedule! Wed., June 10 Algona Grays vs. Chi. American Giants (colored) Sun., June 14 Algona Grays vs. House of David The Two Best Traveling Semi-Pro Baseball Teams in the United States

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