Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 16, 1939 · Page 3
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 3

Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 16, 1939
Page 3
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VINDICATOB AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHEBVILUS, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1933 Sheldon, Mrs. Lyman Holmes. Miss Marguerite Holmes, Mrs. L. J. Bennett, Miss Marvyl Bennett, Mrs. Parker Bennett, Mrs. G. H. Morse, Mrs. John Greig, Mrs. H. S. Greig, Mrs. Delbert Hinsch, Mrs. Francis Sh&dle, Mrs. G. K. Allen, Mrs. George Bale, jr., Miss | Jessie Hepp, Mrs. Fred Lyman, jr., Miss Alice Gray, Miss Mildred LorimeV, Mrs. Jack White, Mrs. Wilfred Reed, Mrs. Geo. Thompson, Miss Emma Weise, and Mrs. Edward Wilson of Pipestone, Minnesota. to the aaxuary «"™« » double ring service was used, meeting whichpreceded the sup- °ouwe ^jg^ Anders on were per. Janet McDonald Prided at —^^f^ Methodi8 t church of the adult unit Initiates were Mrs. Clair, Whalen and Zelda Oksner, Those attending and Mary Kay Howard, Mary Reynolds, Neva Thomas, Joyce Nipher, Donna Jeanne and Vivian Wiss, Donna Jeanne Sondrol, Margie Kennedy, Evelyn Nourse, Donna Jeanne Paulson, Lois Whalen, Janet McDonald, Grace McKay, Zelda Ok­ sner, Betty Sunde, Mrs. B. Oks- nes, Mrs. Andrew Sunde, Mrs. Henry Paulson, Mrs. Dan Howard, MK..L. J. Nipher, Mrs. G. M. Donovan, Mrs. Lillian Nourse, Mrs. L. E. Thomas, Mrs. Ray Kennedy, Mrs. S. Clair and Mrs. R. E. Creger. HONOR WALLACES AT AT FAREWELL PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Wallace were honored at a farewell party- Thursday evening hy members of their bridge club at the F. L. Gustafson home. Contract bridge was played during the evening. A covered dish luncheon was served at midnight, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace were presented with a gift The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Cadieaux, Mr. and Mrs. B. Oksner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gustafson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Casserly,'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Creger, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Diamond. MISS EVA SHELDON IS HONORED AT PRE-NUPTIAL Miss Eva Sheldon who will marry Mr. Carl Holmes May 21, was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Friday in the F. R. Everds home. Mrs. Kenneth Meadows and Mrs. Everds were hostesses. A dessert luncheon was served at 1:15 by the hostesses at three tables. The large table had a centerpiece of lilacs and tulips and the small, tulips." Contract bridge was played at three tables. High score was won by Mrs. H. S. Greig and second . high by Miss Marvyl Bennett, (auditorium. Miss Sheldon was presented with a gift by the group. Knights Announce Program Festal week for members of the Grand Commandery will be held at Templar Park, Spirit Lake from June 24th to June 30th. The Templar summer home will be opened for the reception of all members at that time. The ladies' program for festal week is as follows: Sunday p. m. June 25 th, their will be a religious service followed by community singing. Monday p. m., "Greet the Old- Meet the New", Card party; and "Ready for Anything" party. Tuesday a. m., "Casually We Meet Socially," Luncheon Tuesday p. m., Social hour, Dinner, Band concert, Dress parade and the Grand Officers' Reception, followed by dancing. Wednesday a. m., "Let's See What We Can See"—Ward Tea Party, and luncheon; Wednesday p. m., Card party, "Oh! Tell It to Me!" Dinner, Band concert Dress parade, Musicale, directed by Professor Paul MacCollin of Morningside College Music Camp and dancing. Thursday, June 29th you may rest Thursday a. m. Luncheon, Thursday p. m. Children's party, Dinner, Band concert, Dress parade, "Stunt Night" and Dancing. Friday, June 30th, Grand Officers will be installed at the Pavilion. Mrs. E. E. Cavanaugh will serve as hostess during Festal Week. AUXILIARY JUNIORS ENJOY PICNIC AT SHELTER HOUSE A picnic supper was enjoyed by members of the Junior Ameri- shelter house at the state park. New members were initiated in to the auxiliary during a business gut oy we group. first student was announced by The guest list included Miss „ r«.M ».ii .fn.- -fcw.*. «,,», MRS. SPAULDING ENTERTAINS U. D. E. CLUB Mrs. Wayne Spaulding was hostess to members of the U. D. E. club at a two o'clock' desserv luncheon in her home Friday afternoon. Auction bridge was played at two tables. Members of the club present were Mrs. Claude Willey, Mrs. Nuel Higley, Mrs. Albert Heywood, Mrs. Oliver Shonkwiler, Mrs. Russell Eike, Mrs. Harold Iseminger, Mrs. Fred Heiman, Mrs. LaRue Wiseman and Mrs. Spaulding. ESTHERVILLE COUPLE MARRIED AT RENWICK CHURCH Miss Averil August C. Sargent and Mr. Anderson were ternoon two weeks ago by the Rev. C. R. Yeager, pastor of the Methodist church in Renwick. The of the Rev. Yeager. For her marriage the bride Ksner «»P le returned to Estherville were' Maxine where they will make their home, Donovan, Ruth after a short wedding trip. Jo and Colleen ARE HOSTESSES and Mary Lou _ „ T TT „ TO J. F. F. CLUB Mrs. L. E. Crim, Mrs. Dan Howard, Mrs. Raymond Jones, and Mrs. R. S. Knight were hostesses to members of the J. F. F. club Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Crim. The hostesses served a one o'clock luncheon and the remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing bridge. Members of the club are Mesdames F. G. Stith, J. E. Howard' C. H. Werling, Dan Howard, F. J. Kennedy, D. A. Bagan, W. C. Currell, R. S. Knight E. W. Beck, L. E. Crim, Raymond Jones and H. IG. McTavish. MRS. MILLER HOSTESS AT THURSDAY DINNER Mrs. O. H. Miller entertained friends at a 6:30 dinner in her home Thursday evening. Contract hjidge was played at three tables. Mrs. Joe Hoye had high score and Mrs. Selby Broms, second high. Guests were Miss Jessie Hepp, Miss Lulu Holcomb, Miss Margaret Clark; Mrs. Buenna Merron, Mrs. John Lyman, jr., Mrs. Glen Story, Jtfrs. John Osgood, Mrs. Roland Edlund, Mrs. Elveda Lilli- skove and Mrs. P. E. Frettem. Pupils Are Heard In Recital Thirteen pupils of Mrs. R. L. Caldwell presented a ptano^ recital Thursday night at the city hall The composition played by the Mrs. Caldwell, after which each musician introduced the following. Jean Cramer played six compositions as the final requirement for earning her Lo-Kno-Pla ring. Those appearing on the program were Robert Currell, who played "The Clown on Horseback" by Boguslawski and "The Hungry Pussy" by Mae Eileen Erb; Jimmy Currell, "Prancing Ponies" by Bogus lawski and "Birds in the Trees" by Mae Eileen Erb, Lorraine Sawyer. "Tweedk-Dum "jftxi rww!'*- Dee* by Jcwer-hine H«rry »«J "We Folia March," by CWa Ma* Raexer; PhylH* Rrin<r>, "VV .w- pecker" by Boga*!**'**' «r*i "By » Log Fir*" by Jay Su'.rerU ••:.»,: Carol Weir, "Wa.'txing iKvi" lv Boru»l»w»ki am! "Btv'r RaHS :t" by Edith Schumann: Grace Ma'hre 'Country Garden*." Perey r.ra. tiger; Gtady» Mathre, ••Lis?'* R-^- gue" by Rjchan) Krcnihr.. Grace and Gladys Mathre. diwi, "rv .wn the River" by Doroihy G. Blake J pan Cramer played "T *-e« fr—n Vienna Wood*," 5ir »u*s; Wr»V.m'« Lullaby," and -Goblin* Grey" by Kathryn Jonet; Hilda fewfrr, 'Minuet" by Vivian Bor«t: Je** Boone, "Jwtlirur" by George P. Moneymaker; Helen Sv»% . 'Tyrolian Night*" r*y Kr .-.:-,.v« Gwynn; Helen ami Hilda Sawyer, duet "Ach (hi Licber Aujru«tin" arrange*! by II. Kra*ehso: The!ma Stevens. "Moon M:*t" \ v Ire-v Rodger*; Ruth Langmn. ' IVgeom"- by Cedric Lemmont and Jean Or». mcr concluded uu.'i " leaves"' by Arthur Br<>wn. "R^nd .i Etude" by Armstrong, am! 'Theme from Capricciu" by Hay. dn. J. F. F. O.l B KVTKRTvlSKO AT L. K. CRIM HOMR K. V Mr* K K Kn -rSt. Mr. L K < : ten of the J e\-Wi J -JfH' -• no<m at ike <•'•• ;rr The ';.'u -h<*.-r' nr»!e»l « th p»»".'. TXtf a ftr reeves pCaying «'n:r».-: Mr*. Cha*. W« r •oure prise. Tfr«v*«> J-.rvvrrt Bapwri. Mr*. Jav \V Beck. M:» K If. G. McTa* »H. Mr*. W. C. Carrell. Mr* ami tb< ha*tr**e«. *tre V«« •< Mr? K i. > MRS. M\X STI'MI* HONOKKD AT SHOWER TIII'RSIMV Vr«. i'n'l «\M'.»- -v M-» >'. SUrkey, Mr» Bernan! erste; fa Hrsnk ! • i Mr Mr*. C. W tlfr.k day af!«>rn«>»'> .n Max Stump al 0 North Fifth »trw?. At the e!<we of n *f!er- notw reftvubmenii" were >e-\ • i t y the h (i «te«*e«. Announcing a New Nash Dealer to Serve This Vicinity T ODAY, an outstanding new dealer in town joins with us ... to present to you the 1939 Nash cars. A special display of new models is on the floor now. Drop in for a visit. But don't stop at seeing these cars— * not even looking at the lively, power- packed lines of a Nash can give you the "feel" of it. You've got to get in and go. There's a new kind of engine up in front that acts like a thoroughbred stinging under the spur. There's a wheel in your hand, gears* at your finger-tips, that are almost as quick as thought. There's a dial you turn (the Nash "Weather Eye"*) and cold-weather, smoky air, dust, dirt, insects, banished from motoring forever. Just press that throttle a little harder—and you'll burst into a new range of flying performance, the Fourth Speed Forward*. Then listen—to silence. Mile after mile of travel so free of road noinc and wind whistle that you seem to be floating on a cloud. Or do a quick little trick with the scat, and—presto!—a double bed is ready for week-ends in the woods! ... And you can buy a new Nash on the basis that it gives you more horsepower, more room, more car weight — for your money. (And remember, the Nash LaFayctte in Economy champion in its closs!) f are Come on down! We guarantee to mate you forget any car you ever owned! O. E. Jorstad WaJ'ingford, Iowa THI CAR IVIITIODT IIKIS Mt It J) tulK a l*»

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