The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1930 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 18, 1930
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The tipper DesMoines-Ee^uWidan, June 18, Helen Vlnson Weds— A very pretty home wedding too place Thursday evening at eight o'cloc at, thfi home of the bride's brother, E M, Vlnson, when MisS Helen Vlnson only daughter of John M> Vinson, be came the bride of Lee P. Stillmari o Gary, Indiana. The single ring cere mony was read In the presence of thlr ty-one guests by the Rev. A. English of Algona. The bride wore a beautiful gown of -egg shell lace, and a veil. The only attehdant was the bride's niece, Shirley Vinson, who acted sis flower girl. She wore a little dress of flowered net. Mrs Burton Thorpe sang "At Dawning,' •accompanied tit the planb by Miss Jean- nentte Goedors. Fcllowing the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs John M. Vinson. The bride Is a graduate of ; Iowa State College where she was affiliated with the Albha Gamma Delta social sorority. During the past two years she has been teaching home economics at Hampton Mr. stilltnan is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Lee. A. Stillman of GoWrle. He IS also a graduate of Iowa State College, where he was affiliated with the Phi Kappa Psl fraternity, He Is a civil engineer. He and his bride will be at home in Gary, Indiana, after June 20. ' Guests at the wedding included Mr. Bad Mrs. John M. Vinson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vinson and children Craig and Shirley, Rev. A English and Former Aigona. Miss Marguerite Carney, daughter of Mrs. Anna Carney of Council Bluffs and Aldon Jfiatisen of Ttiortka were married Monday morning, June 16, at St. Joseph's catholic church at Council Bluffs. Mrs. Hansen was formerl employed at the Graham store, bu went to Council Bluffs a few months ago to take charge of the ready-to wear department of the J. C Penn store there. She attended the Algon schools and was graduated from th American Institute of Business In De Mptaes. She is a sister of Marie and Ed. Carney of Algona. She will con tinue her work at the Penny store Mr Hansen's mother lives at Titonka. He s a salesman for the Shell Petroleum Company at Council Bluffs where he and his bride will be at home. Entertains Ladles' Aid- Mrs. Lester Willson entertained the rvington Ladles' Aid at her home on Thursday afternoon. There were flfty- our guests. Dorothy Marty, Melvin itiner, Robert Richardson and Mr. LOCAL NEWS. Willson furnished numbers on the program. A feature of the day was three groups of songs by the Cotton Blossotti Stagers from the Plney Woods school. The stagers also went to the J. Q. Jameson home, where they sang for Mr. and Mrs. Jameson, who have not been in the best of health lately. Country Clnb Party- Contractor and Mrs. M. T. McOuIre have moved to Aurella, Iowa, where they-expect to be located for a time. PaW Kehefick came back from Des Moines last Thursday. He had been there visiting friends for over a week. Mrs. ttellle Van Allen went to Whit* temore Monday to attend the wedding I of Miss Mary Erue to William Dullard. Mrs. tester Willson is recovering nicely from the injury she received to her back when she fell from a step-ladder several weeks ago. Lucille Dearchs, of Burt, Is spending I the week in Algona helping care for her | grandmother, Mrs. G. Dearchs, who is ill, and also helping with the housework. Mr. and Mrs C. B. Fisher drove from Detroit Sunday for a visit with the atter's brother, E. J. Gilmore. Mrs. Fisher will be rtmembered in Algona as Nellie Gilniort. Ben Miller of Buffalo Center frac- ,ured his arm last week Tuesday while was skating at the rink In Titon- ca. He was brought to the Algons daughter, Ethel, Mrs. L. C. Redding, I An evening Country Club party was Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn j held at the club house Tuesday. A McMurrny, and daughter, Patty Jean, seven o'clock dinner was followed bv and Jeannette Goeders, all or Algona; 1 ~ 1J Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Stillman and Margaret Stillman of Cowrie, Mrs. Margaret Palmer of Gowrle, Miss Rena Tiedens of Aplington, Miss Mary Sl- rhons of Indianola, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen df Whittemore.- Mr and Mrs. Bert Heimendlnger of Britt, Mr. aiid Mrs. Richard Burrows of Council" Bluffs, Miss Elizabeth Wtaegar of Perry and Mrs. Don Allen of Davenport. "Mr. and life, John M* Vinson entertained the immediate families of the couple at a six o'clock dinner at then- home Thursday evening. bridge untu o , c]ock and the remainder of the evening. Miss June Westberg of Minneapolis, who was a guest of Mrs. T. F. O'Haire, Jr., won the high prize for the ladies. L E. Ltanan won the men's high prize Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent were the chairmen of the committee which in- Prltchard-Clapsaddle Nuptials For some two or three weeks it has been reported that Miss Linda Pritchard and H. D. Clapsaddle were married, but It was not until the last day •or two that the truth of the matter •was ascertained. Just when and where the event took place has not been definitely determined, but it is understood that they were married Decora,;Uon Day at New Ulm, Minnesota. Miss cluded Mr, and Mrs. F. H. Kent, Leighton Misbach and Marie Wehler. Busy Bee Club— The Busy Bee club of Union township met with Mary Sarchett last Frida June 13th. The opening number was a piano solo by Jean Marie Sarchet. reading was given by Mrs. John Lon A vocal solo, "Till the End of th World with You" and an encore, "If Had a talking Picture of You," wer sung by Kathryn Leason. A tray lunch was served by the hostess. The nex meeting will be held June 27 at tht home of Louise Rhomstead in Algona W. B. C. Initiation- The W. R. C. called & special meet.«.**«* «^MJ HI/ AICVV UJIU, IVliXlJJCSUlU. 1VL15S I !-,„ *„„ it, , ... . . ' .~~.. Rtltchard has been one of the faculty l£?* for the , lnltiati °n of candidates Oi'the Algona high school for the past Savior ^ r^T e 13 Vr Mra " Ed> three years. Mr. Clapsaddle is one of =n£°L r * « Jeimta S' ^ Geor ge .1 ^.iu!_*_. , *• . . spongberg, Mrs. G. W. Yeager Miss Duryea and Mrs. Wm. Dehnert were the new initiates. Work was put on in fine fashion and every one enjoyed the evening. The Rtagsted Corps was invited and came in a body for the meeting. Refreshments were served at ent young business learned by Al- fcEudwig^that he hospital for medical attention-. The Misses Jennie Cooney and Ell- aheth HoAtzbauer took the latter's icther, Frank, to Des Moines Sunny where he took the train for his ome in Santa Barbara, California. Mrs. Charles Lampright of Mankato came Tuesday for a short visit at the home of Mrs. Leonore Peck. She accompanied Mrs. John Wolfe who is visiting at the Harold Patterson home. Mrs. Alice White of Fort Dodge spent the week erid with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. Mrs. White, who was formerly employed in the Weiss & Sorstedt store, is now with the Gates store in Fort Dodge. T. H. Holmes, Sr., went to Ames on Tuesday to attend a short course and the cleaners' and dyers' convention which is being held there this week from Monday until Friday. Mr. Holmes Is expected home today or tomorrow. Charles K. Johnson was released from the Algona hospital Sunday after being a patient there for three weeks following an operation for appendicitis. His condition was very critical for a time, but he is mproving now. He returned to his home in Swea City. He is a son of M. E. Johnson. if alher T. J. Davern of Algona, Fath- A Supreme Selling Event! at Christensen's BEGINS THURSDAY, JUNE 19 We spent last week at market and f otmd many snappy new things" together with an-eager selling 1 situation, We took advantage of a cash price buying opportunity which resulted in a substantial saving on new summer garments and on many seasonable goods for all departments, ThisBanner BuyingTtfp Now Brings to You Our Greatest Value Giving Sale Buy>for Vacation Wear—For the entire Summer—For the Satisfaction of wearing something new'at a small cost. Algona's Greatest Store .>!&"&' Monday./ 'sDetroit, S?.* klr.*. ~*1**t*« I jPQ ''A [Jo 7" I *™-*f~'W*Vf £«*»» , .were played; during and a diarier^was serv- er Ciearln of WnUtemore, Father Clark of Jtfanilla, Clem Cavanaugh and Henry Geelan of Whittemore were fishing near Fairmont Tuesday and reported hat all caught the limit inside of a ew hours. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams re- urned Friday evening from their wed- ing trip. They flew by airplane from Chicago to Minneapolis where they took their car which was awaiting them and drove to points in northern Minnesota and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Weaver of Sherwood, North Dakota, arrived in Algona by car Monday evening. They ara visiting Mr. Weaver's brother, M, P. and, Mrs. Weaver's, sister, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, '->jMr, and Mrs. Weaver *re''oid time residents of Algona. '-Prank- nig,-son of Mr. and Mrs", SWEA CITY NEWS. were fluated , jffth thmoli&s of ; 193s7 Society— ,A^'1 "* lu;H Of 1 the nfiV-ttW MSs,* •3k$ An'W^W pffJuWJ J. •*. T* . A ^Oronan- Tfa\ fc&AMre. Bert Mudteyi 1 ''hostesses.' .Burbank'-will be as- WVWWW1 Ice Cream SOCIAL Wednesday Evening, June 25 at the First Lutheran Church Lawn Sponsored by Dorcas Society of (he First £ Lutheran Chuveli. f Too cream, Cuke and 5 Coffee. £ Social will he held in $ Luther Hall if it rains. Kodney-vVan. in and Har- 1'and Allarr ; M **+ ~,, -fn .^K for- iCwfl Hayne, WeSs-r' i-lJtja&itog^wfoti. ^ _„ mer-*Algonavboy r ' received* announce- ,meatlfJla'st%eek of his marriage June 2 to*'Mlss Cecelie Leona Walters of Peorla, Illinois. The couple was married at Peoria. Carl is in the jewelry business at Peoria. He moved to Peoria with ,his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hayne about five years ago when Mr. Hayne sold his farm west of Algona. Carl was graduated with the class of 1923. Shower f or £IfjJen Vinson— As a pre-nuptial courtesy for Miss George "fflg, is home from the Sfc. P_aul SemlnaryefoV a cummer vacation. .HeMras two'jnore years'before he will * * Ed/a'andal'of WWttemoreano?, ? .Robert Bancroft-are also students 'at the semlnaiy. • * ' " Mrs...Dr : H. Goeders and daughters, Helen and Jeannette, Bobby Dewel and Harold Palkenhataer drove to Clear LakelMonday afternoon. ' Mrs, Goeders f Helen ' and Bobby, will spefld'the next two weeks at the Dewel cottage. Jeannette and Harold returned the same evening bringing back the Goeders car. Bernloe_ Stock and Ruth Stouffer came Monday for a short visit at the home of Bernice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Bernlce has been employed the past year In her aunt's ready-to-wear shop at Newton. Miss Stouffer was physical education director in the Newton schols. They will both leave Friday for Lacrosse, Wls- Helen Vinson who was married Thurs- I consin, where they will attend the LOANS $50 to $300 obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles antl Live Hr/xi: Can be repaid by small equal north!/ payments. Our new payrn<:iji, <•/.tension plan protects YOU v/htn .sick w out of employment. For immediate SERVICE call, write or phone 598, CUNNINGHAM & LACY ALGONA, IOWA. Representing , Federal Finance Co., DCS Molnes 52-tr EXPERT BLIND PIANO TUNER All work guaranteed. Spent tlie past year tuning pianos for the State University of Iowa. W. C. HAHLE Phone 23F3, Algona 52-1* day to Lee P. Stillman of Gary, Indiana, Mrs. Maurice Cullen qf Whittemore, Mrs, ,Ii. C. Reding and Miss Jane Vincent had a shower at the Cullen home Friday evening, June 6. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. Glenn McMurray won the high prize and Mrs. G. B. Turner, the low prize. Entertain for Visitors- Mrs. C. O. Simpson and Mrs. A. L. Peterson entertained twelve guests on Thursday in honor of Mrs. Stella Peters of Northfield, Minnesota, and Mrs. Margaret Boylson of Eagle Grove who were visiting here. The party was held at the Simpson home. Mrs. H. O. Buell of Burt won the high prize for bridge. Afternoon C. C Party-There will be an afternoon bridge party at the Country Club next Tuesday. Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Sr., is chairman of the committee which Includes Mrs. W. P. French, Mrs. M. J. Kene- nck, Mrs. fi. B, French, Mrs. W. T. Daughan, Mrs. W. H. Godden and Mrs. ftofaert Vincent. KUndard Bearer Picnic— Tfi« sjirla t,t the Methodist Standard Bf-arerr, olub arc having a picnic at the ho.'rtfc of Albc-rta Grosenbach tonight. Juiia Dearcte, Gladys RLsing and Al- bt-rta are the committee in charge. Some of the girls are to remain for a Mumber party aftfcr the pk-nlc. K. N. A. Club to Meet— The R. N. A. club will rnt-ct with Mre. Henry Aman TuewJay, June 24 at two-thirty in the afternoon. All club members arc requested to be present. There will be a program followed by refreshments. L. O. A, Class Picnic— The L. O. A, class picnic was held last Thursday evening at the Call State Park. The families of the members were the guests. An informal evening of bridge was spent in the «>helter house Loyal Temperance Legion— The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter on Friday, June 20, at two-thirty p. m. Entertains Dinner Guests— Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews and summer session at the LaCrosse normal school. Mr. and Mrs. F. Mathes and children accompanied by Mrs. Mathes' father left Friday for Chicago where they were to atten-1 tne graduation exercises of Ardis Ryan, who is a siste of Mrs. Mathe.-f. She will be grad imted from a nurses training school in Evanston. Th«y will probably take Li the Rotary convention in Chicago From there thc.v will go to Port By- rcn, Illinois, to visit with relatives It is not known just when they wil iGturn to Algona, District Superintendent J. W. Short of the Nazarene church was up from Des Moines Monday evening ' anc preached in the local church here. He was very much pleased with the progress of the local church and urged Rev and Mrs. I. F. Metcalf to continue their good work here. They have received a unanimous call from their parishioners, but are undecided whether or not they will return for the next year. This will be decided at the assembly next August. Mrs. C. H. Beardsley and children, Walter, Junior, Margaret and Tommy came from Webster City last Wednesday and will make their home in Algona again. Mr. Beardsley has been here for some time in connection with the Shell Oil Company. The family stayed in Webster City for the end of school. They will make their home with the E. II. Beardsleys until a house can be found. Their many Al- A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Kluger Thursday. Miss Adlaide Ewtag is now employed at the Blomster drug store. • Vance Law and C. P. Berggren were business callers at Algona on Monday. Ted Nelson of Minneapolis is visiting his father, John S. Nelson, this week. Miss Meta Dreyer of Applington, Iowa, is 'visiting- "bee sister, Mrs. ~ ~ f"" 1 * 8 ' .' ' * f Mr. and Mrs.. John Speicher of Fairmont visited old time friends in Swea City on Saturday. , * ' The Baptist church picnic was postponed until.Tuesday on account of the 'Ujj Jt iiCUij 1 '"j' i M i r'. -.1.1. _'. in Mr. and Jtfre. .George Carfare hap-; py over the arrival of twtaiTbdrn on Thursday pf ,last week. f'~ " Mr. and Mrs. 8. Hethershaw and son, Kenneth, and Wm. Wenzel of Ledyard spent Sunday with, relatives at Belmond«i 'K/-^: >'' ,' ' Jesse Waymari Routle will give a program of songs and readings at the Immanuel church on Tuesday eve- tag. Mrs. Verne Lund is a patient at the Fairmont hospital. Her many friends are glad to hear that she is Improving dai'y. Politic* May Hurt Home Coining. Winnebago Republican: It is regrettable that politics were brought into the county's Diamond Jubilee as was the case in Monday's primary election, when a group of men, who were members of the Commercial Club and members of the Jubilee committee, were called by the president of the club to attend a meeting at the Hawkes Hotel Sunday forenoon. An article was written, which was set up and printed that same day and was circulated to the homes in the city by ten o'clock that evening. This piece .of- publicity was S ted -under, the ^design chosen to esent the Jubilee and Homecoming and over the signature "Diamond Jubilee Committee." Had the drafters of the article signed their-own Dames and left the Jubilee'out of it, nothing would oj: could have been said. However, the little flyer led those who read it to believe that all members of the Jubilee Committee sanctioned the securing 01 votes for Hammill, as a show of appreciation for the promises made by the governor to assist Forest City In securing attractions for the big cele- batlon. Personally, we like to believe the act was the outcome of enthusiasm desiring the success of our Jubilee, and it's possible disastrous results had not been foreseen. We understand that a meeting of the Commercial Club will be called at an early date. County Certificate Exams on June 25. County superintendent 'WMam ley announces an examlnation**for unl-' 'orm county certificates will be held Wednesday, June 25, at the court and thirty to take the. examination. Fenton Girl is 4-H Club Queen of County. Fenton, June 17. Special: Misses Maxtae Weisbrod and Marjorie Bailey returned on the chartered bus to Algona Friday evening from Ames, where they were attending the Four-H club state convention the past week. The Fenton Forwards won honors for their club through Maxtae, who was given her .choice of being queen of Kossuth county or the best groomed, best personality girl In the county. She chose being queen. Only two delegates were :hosen from each county to attend the iJBnquet and she was one of them. She was": one pf the five delegates of Kossuth county to write the music memory contest. She was also one of a picked chorus, as an al to, ^ their se- ections being broadcast over WOI at. Ames.;.-, „ ,„ . ', • • friends are glad to welcome them back to their old home after an absence of several years. Mrs. I,. V. Andrews entertained a few guests Bunday evening at dinner. I). A. It. flag Day Picnic— The D. A. R. society held their an- nuul Flag Day picnic at the Ambrose A. Call State Park Saturday evening. Tht families of the members were the Hotlety Mrs. Anna Griffith and Mr and Mrs. Floyd Griffith and family were Sunday visitors at the Glen Griffith home at Fort Dodge. Misses Naomi Howett and Frances Dahl were over Sunday guests with their parents. They are attending summer school at Cedar Falls. Wendell Eckholm, who recently was graduated from Grinnell, has. been elected principal of the West Burlington school for the coming year. Several women of the American Legion Auxiliary are In attendance at the county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at Burt this week. Paving on Number Nine Is now a reality, work having begun on Tuesday. The detour on No. 0 leads south from Swea City, then east into'Ban- croft, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson and daughter, Arzella and Arlene, and Andrew Peterson were Sunc^y guests at the W. Udy home at Blue Earth, Minnesota, Mesdames R. A. Bravender, A J. Chrlstensen, H. T. Winter and P. W. Larson enjoyed an afternoon of bridge at the Wallace Packman home at Rtagsted on Friday. Mrs. Ed. Anderson accompanied her brother, Will Hallstrom of Fairmont to Rockford, Illinois, to visit their sister Mrs. Hallgren and family Mr, Hallgren is critically ill In a Rockford hospital. Lois Sparks was on the sick list last week. • • > The : Dan Shultz family, of Kanawha were guests Sunday at the Harry, Sabin home. •• • Mr. and.Mrs. were at Lost Island Saturday afternoon and ev- ing fishing. : The Archie McDanlels family of Sioux Rapids were visitors on Sunday I at the D. D. Sparks home. Wm. Hum is a patient at the hospital at 'Rochester. His daughter, Margaret, is a nurse at the hospital there. B. F., and D. D. Sparks, Ralph Simmons and Leonard Brown and Arthur Powell were fishing Saturday at Lost Island. Mrs. W. V. Pool of Algona spent several days last week at the home of her son, Lloyd, as Mrs. Lloyd Pool visited with relatives in Renwick. Mrs. Douglas Wildin and L. R. Phillips' father, Fred Phillips, of Algona, has been in poor health for several years, passed away at his home Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miner and two months' old son of Meridan are expected here Friday evening to attend the Potter and Miner reunion to be held on Saturday at the Call State Park. B. H. Potters of Seneca spent Sunday with .relatives in Britt, stopping here in the evening. A daughter, Audrey, returned home with them after a two weeks' visit with relatives here. The E. O. Potters and the mother of E. C. spent Saturday afternoon and evening at the D. E. Potter home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. D. E. Potter expects to leave this week to visit with relatives at McCook, Nebraska, Mrs, Stella Sabta, Misses Pauline Meyer, Mary Blaha and Lucile Jones, Messrs, and Mesdames M. E. Worster, M. J. Jones and Theo. Goeders of Al- Call Theatre, Algona i- V *" r ' l "* •' •- . :"•: - ^*^ THUBS. & FBI., JUNE 19-20 Trade matinee Thursday at two thirty, Prices^-lOc-SOc, Another smashing outdoor actio thriller like "The Virginian." G-ary Cooper Pay Wray " in THE EX AN I He plunders Girls' hearts. A Texas snerlff wants him for murder Two women want him for love. 'This hard-riding caballero of the Bad Lands. ( two hours. It must b& good to qualify for Sunday and Monday to Algona. More Amusing Than "They Had To See Paris" His latest all talking Fox Movietone. gona and the Earl Miller family were Sunday dinner guests at the August Sunday guests at the J, M. Cox home. Foreign The- Women'* Foreign Missionary society of tijc Mt'lhodlut church will meet Thursday afternoon of this week at the home of Mrs. W. A. Foster. Baptist Mission Circle— The Baptist Mission Circle will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. John Wheelock. Mrs. Claud Samson will be the leader. j t-Morson home were Mr. am! Mrs. Frc-d Peterson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 3arber and sons, Mrs. Hannah Brat- und and son, Gust of Bancroft and Mrs Clara Dargan of Lone Rock. Harvey Vaux of Mt. Vernon, Wash- ngton, was the honor guest at a fui'- >rlse party at the J. L. Vaux home on Thursday night when his classmates and friends dropped in for a social evening. A good time was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Magnus Johnson, former United States senator of Minnesota, gave an address on Saturday night at the opera house at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the farmers' elevator. The public was invited and a large audience thoroughly enjoyed the spirited address of the speaker. The American Legion and Auxiliary will hold a Joint picnic at Interlaken Park on Thursday afternoon. An enjoyable program is planned for the afternoon consisting of kitten ball, a norse shoe pitching contest and numerous races and water sports. A picnic Clayton; supper will then be held at six-thirty Merton Sunday evening Mrs, Lloyd Wellendorf, the Louis Crawford family and the F, E. Bartholomew family came as a surprise to the home of their parents in honor of their father, F. L Miller. Ice cream, cake and strawberries were served, Mrs. William Greenfield's sister, Mrs. Angelina Morrison of Eugene, Oregon, has been at Lindell, California, and has come for an extended visit here. The Charles Morris and John Bernard families of Manson, Wellington Fitzgerald of Thor and the John Ulfers family of Fenton met the Greenfields and the Wm. Runcheys and a reunion was held Sunday at the Call State Park. The local Sunday School enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at the Call state Park. More than sixty were present Former members present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield, Irvington; Mr and Mrs. John Ulfers and family of Fenton'; and Audrey Potters of Seneca. Toasts for the dads were given by LuElla Potter, Mrs. A, E. and Jeanne . Sfiort Subjects. Program o SATURDAY, JUNE 81 9ig fun and thrill program. Trade matinee at 1:30 p. m. Prices—lOc- 30c, to 5:30, regular prices after 6:30. Red blooded adventure in the north woods, Geo. O'Brien Helen Chandler p. m. Wayne . . i • —-- Stedman and Audrey Potter; song, Mrs, O. S. Moore, You 11 sit breathless A story of the great north timber lands. Quick on the draw and on lovo making Also Talking Comedy. SUN, & WON,, JUNE 88-83. Two days—extra special—two days. Sunday matinee at 1 p. m. and every WILL ROGERS Will Rogers Irene Bioh Better than "So This is Paris." Another smash. Also Talking News, second showing ".America, and Vitaphone Vaude, VUJ6, BOo. ES * WED., JUNE 84-85 on m . ma Wnee Tuesday Price—lOc- 30c. Those were the days. v ^™ S?L?£ *f e K nwh ™ 8 ' he «? es ^ne of those new gasoline gay nineties! 1 ^ n h ° Ur * the Marion Davies "THE FLOBODQRA J? ar « t rJ? e ,, beloy ed songs of yesterday, '(Tell Me Pretty Maiden A™

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