Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 3
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VINDICATOR AND REPUBLICAN, ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAT S3, 1S89 Fairmont Program Interests Music Lovers It will no doubt be of interest to many of the music loving people of Estherville to learn that the Minnesota Federal Symphony Orchestra, a federal music project unit of the Works Progress Administration, will present a concert at 8 o'clock on the evening ot May 24th in the high school auditorium at Fairmont. The concert is being sponsored by the Fairmont Junior Chamber of Commerce and featured on the excellent program that will be given, will be several numbers by the Fairmont Acappella choir under the direction -of J. Larry Krause, former music director in the Jackson public schools. In the three years that the orchestra has been in existence, it has received the acclaim of outstanding musicians and critics. It has distinguished itself in its series of programs given in the mu- . nicipal auditorium theatre, St. Paul, in an American music festival series in the University of Minnesota's Northrop auditorium, and in other concerts throughout the state. Bernard Anderson, well known musician, is conductor of the Minnesota Federal Symphony orchestra. Dr. John J. Becker, prominent composer, is state director of the Federal Music project. MRS. NATTERSTAD HOSTESS TO RIVERSIDE CLUB Mrs. Ole Natterstad was hostess to members of the East Riverside Club, Thursday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Floyd Schenck was in charge of the program for the afternoon. New programs for the year were passed out among the members. An article on Tad Lincoln was presented by Mrs. Schenck. Mrs. Lester Ramsey, Mrs. Clarence" Hanson and Mrs. Ruth McDonald were presented with prizes as winners of contests: Those present were Mrs. Nelson Bardo; Mrs. Jens Christenson, Miss Ada Cropley, Mrs. Ole Natterstad, Mrs. Jess DeVoss, Mrs. Art Schultz, Mrs. Lester Ramsey, Mrs. Walter Blagg, Mrs. Ralph LaRue, Mrs. G. L. Gordon and Mrs. Floyd Schenck. Guests of the club were Mrs. Louis Natterstad, Miss Gladys DeVoss, Mrs. John Burkhart, and Mrs. Clarence Hanson. Mrs. G. L. Gorton will entertain the members at their next meeting, June 15. JACKSON WOMAN ELECTED NATIONAL TREASURER The Jackson Wa-Tan-Ye club received a signal honor last week when Edna Gorgensen, president of the Jackson club, and Evelyn Anderson, returned from the National conventioin at Fort Dodge, Iowa, with the news that Miss Anderson had been elected to the office of national treasurer. It is the first time a national officer has been elected from Minnesota, and ;the local Wa-Tan-Ye club is proud of the distinction. Reports of the convention will be given at the next meeting of the club, Monday, May 22d. INNER CIRCLE GIRLS ENJOY STEAK FRY The junior college Inner Circle girls enjoyed a steak fry Thursday evening at Fort Deance State Park. Members of the club are Betty Daffy, Ethyl Jasen, Janice Ihlan, Dorothy Grimm, Shirley Hedrick, Florence Schildknecht, Alta Thorsland, Marjorie Dow, Lavonne Anderson, Isabel Paul and MarybeQe Barrett. Miss Caroline Kennedy is sponsor and Miss Imogene Knutson, assistant sponsor. Lecora Henaman, who underwent a delicate eye operation two weeks ago in the St. Mary's hospital at 'Rochester, Mimx, is able to use both- her eyes now. Lenora and her mother, Mrs. Ruby Henaman, who is witt her Iwpe to.re­ turn home the last of the.wcdc> ; ; - George' Biggs and, fanu^i^rait-j ed in EsthervuleiSjmda^SwS^^B I'MISS EVA SHELDON IS BRIDE OF CARL HOLMES Miss Eva Genevieve Sheldon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Sheldon of this city, and Mr. Carl D. Holmes, son of Mrs. Lyman Holmes, also of this city, were united in marriage Sunday morning at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. F. W. Ortmeyer, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church performed the ceremony. Miss Marguerite Holmes, sister of the^bridegroom, and Mr. Parker Bennett, brother-in-law of the bride acted as attendants. The bride was dressed in a light blue faille suit with peach blouse and gloves, white shoes and hat. She wore a> corsage of talisman roses. Her attendant was dressed in a blue and white dress with white accessories and wore a corsage of talisman roses. The house was beautifully decorated with mixed bouquets of garden flowers. Immediately following the ceremony a three course wedding breakfast was served to guests seated at one large table. A three tier wedding cake served as a centerpiece with bouquets of lil- lies of the valley and pink tapers at either end. The couple left immediately on a wedding trip to Kansas City. Both the bride and bridegroom received their education in the Estherville public schools and the bride attended the local junior college. Both have been employed by different business concerns in the city and the bridegroom in Riverside California. Guests at the wedding and breakfast included the bride and bridegroom, Mrs. Lyman Holmes, Miss Marguerite Holmes, .Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bennett and the Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Ortmeyer. MIS MAGDA CENTER HONORED AT MISCL SHOWER Mrs. L. 0. Fransdal, Mrs. G. E. Olson and Miss Edith Tendal were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower for Miss Magda Center Friday night at the Fransdal home. Miss Center and Rudolph Christen3en will marry June 4. Extending from a ring placed between a miniature bride and bridegroom were narrow streamers leading to a tiny tractor, plow wagon and truck, representing the occupation of the bridegroom.. Begonias, lilacs and bridal wreath decorated the house. The evening was spent informally and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. The honored guests received many gifts. The guest list included Miss Center, Miss Gladys Walen, Miss Eleanor Carlson; the Misses Josephine, Jennie and Manghild Handeland; Alice and Doris Knutson; Margaret and Evelyn Sunde; Mildred Jacobson, Irene and Cora Sunde; Imogene Knutson; Berna Hansen; Alva, Mildred and Eunice Anderson; Ida Christensen; Alma Valen; Emma Sunde; Leola Christensen; Carola Mathre; Nina, Alice and Lillian Sunde; Sylvia Jorgenson; Marvyl Bennett; Mrs. Lan Center, Mrs. Chas. Christensen, Mrs. Birger Hand eland, Mrs. Lloyd Handeland, Mrs. Don Hansen, Mrs. Robert Hansen, Mrs. Robert Nichols, Mrs. Lloyd Brunsvold; Mrs. L. A. Mathre, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Lars Tendal and the hostesses. V.R. LOCAL MEN CATCH SEVERAL TAGGED FISH Lee Eveleth caught a wall-eyed pike Hay 15th near Sanbar on Spirit Lake which ' was tagged with the number 6697. Don Woodley and Harlan Brody, also caught tagged wall-eyed pike the same day at West OkobojL . These tags were sent in to the fish and game conservationade- partment vvniere. an unoeKSTanotnQ IOUM CHILD**!) SPOnSOIkCD Vf THC lot* OLD UtlTOM. MSCMCN SWTWn Ted Thatcher had come to the Fergunson's. Doris and Joey were wary at first; then they had accepted him. Fanny had given him some chores around the house. Joe brought news regularly from the office, and bad gone with Ted to his dad's funeral. Fanny was teaching him at home (she had been a- school teacher) and thought he could start school with kids his own age the next fall. One night, three weeks after he had come, Ted lay awake, thinking over his situation. He thought of the contrast between his old home and his present one, between Joe and his dad, Fanny and his mother, his work at the office and boning over school subjects Fanny pushed him to daily; he thought of the party Fanny and Doris and Joey had given for him; of last night, when Fanny had come and kissed htm sort of quick-like and hurried out, not saying anything. He thought of the kids in the neighborhood, and of how they were not so much fun, maybe, as his old gang, but of how they didn't get him into trouble. He thought of the night Joe had told off Mrs. James, when she protested he was teaching Rudy to swear, and of how Joe had said, "After all, you can't unlearn a whole life's experience in two weeks—I wish you'd try to give the kid a break—persecution's no way- to do it." Fanny had trusted him with money to pay some bills, and he'd resisted the impulse to go back down to Hoolan street and treat the gang to pool; and she had smiled proudly at him when he got back from that errand, just like she had been able to read his mind all the time he had the money. He wished, happy though he wa- beginning to be, that his mon. could still be here. He still missed her—pretty badly. V.R > Generally, the fuller a man gets the emptier his conservation becomes. Mr. and Mrs. Myhr Honored at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr who leave soon for a new bora? at Forest City were ihc honor ru*-*U at a dinner Friday evening- at Gates wood on West Ob>e»jt. Put Presidents of the American Legion Auxiliary and their >apas" participated in the 8 o'clock repast and in the social evening that followed. Included in the group were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Founm. Mr. ami Mrs. E. I. Ellerston. Mr. and Mrs Dan Howard. Mrs. Ray Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold WWling, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Randolph, Mr. and Mr*. Leon Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Mouscl, Mr. and Mm. Ralph Creger, Mr. and Mr*. Waldo Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Myhr, Mr. and Mi- Matt Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ehlers, Wm. Doming, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith. V.R MARRIAGE LICENSES May 18: Myron C. Thompson. 28 Buffalo Center and Mar M. SathmT 22, Ringxtcd. Lcroy E. Devens. "1. MniiVr.-•>. Minn., and Shiriey R. G :i »sard, 18, Mankato, Minn. May 20— Car! D. II >lr e«. 2i?. E« therville and Eva (;. Sheldon, 26. Estherville. Fred C. Grcwe, 21 Fairmont, Minn., nnd Ann I.. 1 oos, 22, Fairmont, Minn. Clifford A. Holbrook. 27. Mankato, Minn., and Bemice A. Bvn- ,ning, 19, Mankato, Minn. May 21: William S. Mills. 22, Des Moines and Dorothy L. Darling, 21, Estherville. Mt** Pear! »r»i p*r--«~r < »•'». their sister and pwit Mr* Thayer. Mr. «o4 Mr. S I*--•>• Swagtrt motored to Sx>a» r«U» Sunday to visit with frwnd» Mrs. Sandy'* mo!her ami family of Crystal Lake, la., visited at the home of Prof. Sandy in E«- therville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I- O. Krnnsd.i!. Norman ami I/iis and Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Fransdal and two children were guest* at supper Sunday night at the Merle Ruby home. Rev. J. A. Kigsr* and family visited George Kitties in Cranio (Jtt'Jf Saturday and enjoyed thf Tulip Festival being held then- last week. Mr*. I AM ) Wanatnaker and M.*> Will Barnc* of Vlftm-af*'!:. arr driving to Cambridge, M«*.. Mrs. Barnes ton, BtlHr. who i» at tmdinr Harvard University TS*y will aim) attend the New V^ri, World'* Fair whit* in the E*»t Mr. and Mrs, Wm Thayer «f Emmetaburg were dinner gwt* Friday evening at the home <>f Mia* Pearl and Rerafc* Clark Their asm Mrs. Susie Thayer of Kansas City is a hou** gwl at the Clark home Try the Want Ad* for trmiU PLAN YOUR SUMMER VACATION EARLY This |» wo. 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