Grandma and Grandpa Joe Kerf's wedding announcment
ITOIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1924 OCIETY, --PHONE 864-- Qlve Thanksgiving Cotillion Prominent among the events of th* Thanksgiving day season id the dancing party of the Nonpareil club at Varsity hall, last evening. The program which was augges- tire ot the First Thanksgiving of the Pilgrims included a number of feature and favor numbers. About sixty couples were present, Includ ing members and their guests. Fans, umbrellas, aprons, opera bags of pop corn and balloons were given as favors to ladies, and the men received canes, bow ties and comic hats. The novelty num bers were especially clever, a charity charity race with kiddy-kars being an outstanding feature. The committee in charge of tho party was composed of Mr. at,d Mrs. D. W. Crum, Mr. and Mrs. C A. Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Erneat L. Bright, an3 Mr. and Mrs. G. H Swails. Kerf-Northup Miss Margie B. Northup, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin North' up, of Villisca, Iowa, became the bride of Mr. Joseph W. Kerf at pretty ceremony at the seven o'clock mass at St Wenceslaua church, yesterday morning, Father A. L. Panoch officiating. Mr. and Mrs,- Edward Flynn, Jr., attended the young people. The bride wore a becoming gown of tan chenille crepe with accessories to match Her flowere were a corsage arrangement arrangement of Killaraey roses and narcissus. Mrs. Flynn wore brown silk crepe with accessories to match. After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. A. Kerf, 1130 East Church street covers being arranged for immediate immediate relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kerf will be at home after December 7th, on a farm southeast of Iowa City.