1927-08-11 Koch, Ida married Vonderahe

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1927-08-11 Koch, Ida married Vonderahe - 11 ZOO Although the season of grand opera comes...
11 ZOO Although the season of grand opera comes to a close this week, the time has been extended one week, during which the popular light opera, "The Bohemian' Girl" will be produced. produced. It will be sung In English with an all-star all-star all-star cast, including Ralph Errolle, who scored so heavily during during the regular opera season. Errolle will play Thaddeus. , In order forgive everyone an opportunity to hear this tuneful work, it will be sung seven nights of the week, commencing Sunday, Sunday, August lfc' There will be free popular symphony concerts every afternoon. Ice shows will continue daily at the usual hours. Dance in Russland is in operation every evening. evening. For the children there are the pony track, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, fun house, kiddles playground and the free Punch and Judy shows given at frequent intervals dally. ' GRAND "The Show-Off" Show-Off" Show-Off" will be pear. Pathe News, a new Aesop Fable and Topics of the Day will also be screened. WALNUT "Time To Love" heralded heralded as a diverting "cockoo love farce," with a Parisian flavor, and the newest Paramount release, starring Raymond Griffith, silk-topper silk-topper silk-topper funster, will open an engagement of one week at the Walnut Cheater Sunday. It is from the story of Alfred Savoir, au thor of "The Grand Duchess and the Waiter" and other French plays. Feminine honors will be carried by Vera Voronlna, the charming Russian blonde, whose first American picture role was with Lois Moran lnw'Whiri- lnw'Whiri- wind of Youth." Frank Tuttle, one of the megaphone kings in the light comedy Held, directed. Supporting parts of prominence are taken by William Powell. Josef Swickard and Mario Carlllo. Griffith, disillusion ed in love, makes a suicidal dive for the Seine River, and comes up smiling with an armful of romance when he alights in the boat of a pretty Countess. The girl and her father are Spiritualists, so that when Grif the Sit Society HE Church of the Assumption Assumption was the scene of a 5r5 Dlcturesaue summer wed ding yesterday morning when Miss Ida Elizabeth Koch, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Koch, of Walnut Hills, became the bride of Dr. Alphonse Vonderahe, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vonderahe, Vonderahe, of St. Bernard. Rev. George Vonderahe, uncle of the groom, read the marriage service. Green and white were the predominant colors In the decorations cf the altars and the aisles. The bridesmaids, Misses Marie Vonderahe Vonderahe and Margaret Homan, were In frocks of rose chiffon, with large picture hats of orchid and rose color, color, respectively. They carried bou quets of roses. The bride wore a period frock of white chiffon combined with silver. Her veil was of tulle ornamented with orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of cream-colored cream-colored cream-colored roses. The groomsmen were Messrs. Joseph O'Meara and Dr. Joseph Gamin. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Hotel Alms for the immediate families and a few close friends. After their honeymoon Dr. and Mrs. Vonderahe will be at home to their friends at their home in Clifton. the veranda of the clubhouse, sports of every description Indulged In. The program of the day arranged by the officers of the consisting of President George Elmer F. Hunslcker and MacQueen, First and Presidents, respectively; J. Secretary and Treasurer, Totstfead. Among the guests who are enjoying a dellgncful s'.ay at Chalfonte-Haddon Hall, Atlantic City, following Clnclnnatians: Mrs. BIG

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer11 Aug 1927, ThuPage 5

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)11 Aug 1927, ThuPage 5
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