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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Brainerd, Minnesota Saturday july 23, 1938the Brainerd daily dispatch Brainerd Minnesota Page three Calendar of social events for the week monday july 25 the first lutheran confirmation class meet at 9 30 a. In. Tuesday july 26 mrs. Flank Brown third Avenue will open her Home to members of the loyalty class of the Zion evangelical Church for their regular meeting. Mrs. Arthur Swanson will be the assisting hostess. At 7 45 p. In. The menus club of the Bethany covenant Church will meet in the Church for a work night. The ladies Aid society of the Nisswa Community Church will meet at the Church in regular session. An interesting program is being arranged. Wednesday july 27 the choir of the Bethany covenant Church will meet for rehearsal at 7 45 o clock. Members of the woman a missionary society of the Zion evangelical Church will meet at the Home of mrs. H l. Krueger on ninth Avenue. Mrs. George Krueger will be the assisting hostess. At 8 p. In. The official Board of the first methodist Church will meet. The Brainerd ladies drum and Bugle corp will meet for regular practice. Thursday july 28 mid week prayer and Praise service for the Zion evangelical Church is scheduled for 8 of clock. Bethany covenant Church Bible study begins at 7 45 a a clock. Zion lutheran Aid meeting la scheduled for thursday Friday july 29 first lutheran confirmation class meets at 9 30 a. In. Brainerd ladies drum and Bugle or rps will meet for practice with their musical director mrs. N. Zei Bel and Drill master capt. E. B. Miller. Prayer meeting will he conducted at 8 of clock for the seventh Day adventists. Saturday july 30 our Savior a lutheran Church of Pequot will hold confirmation classes at to a. In. Marie Adair and Ralph Flansburg married today a Street length dress of Alice Blue and White silk crepe fashioned with Short Cape was worn by miss Marie Adair daughter of or. And mrs. George w. Adair 206 James Street for her marriage to Ralph Flansburg of this City. The ceremony took place this morning at 9 o clock with judge l. B. Kinder Reading the service. The Bride completed her costume with a White turban hat with face veil and White accessories. Talisman roses and baby breath formed her shoulder bouquet. Miss Clara Stedtfeld As bridesmaid worn a gown of beige silk crepe fashioned with coloured Girdle Belt. With this she wore a White hat and Matching accessories. Her shoulder bouquet was better time roses and baby breath. Ralph Larson served As Best Man for or. Flansburg. Out of town guests present for the ceremony were an Uncle and aunt of the Bride or. And mrs. John Mclaughlin and daughter miss Margaret of Minneapolis. A wedding dinner for members of tile bridal party was served at Little Falls. Following a Short trip. Or and mrs. Flansburg will be at horns in the Ransford Annex. Mrs. Flansburg is a graduate of the Brainerd schools being a member of the class of 35. For the past several years she has been employed As Secretary to Harry w Minteer insurance agent. Mrs. Roy Bolin hostess at anniversary party Pillager a in compliment to her daughter on her ninth birthday anniversary mrs. Roy body entertained a number of Little folks on thursday afternoon. The afternoon was spent playing games followed by lunch served by the hostess. Toy balloons were used As place cards at the luncheon table. The Honor guest miss Joyce Bolin was the recipient of several birthday remembrances. A a a a baseball can be thrown from the pitchers Mound to Home Pla a in about two fifths of a second by speedy Pitcher. Request program to be featured by Jubilee singers tonight at 8 Large and enthusiastic audiences have filled the auditorium of the first Baptist Church to hear the famous spiritual Jubilee singers of Chicago in their renditions of the negro spirituals this week. The program will be almost wholly a per ram of music and will be in the form of a request program. Tomorrow afternoon at 3 of clock a special presentation of a the teachings and ministry of Jesus Christ in spirituals will be Given by the singers with Eduardo j. Lango the Tenor and manager of the group in charge. At the morning and evening services of the Church the singers will be featured in programs of spirituals of new numbers from their unusually Long list. Peter Macfarlane superintendent of the Union gospel m Don of St. Paul will speak at 1 h services. On Monde evening the last program i connection with this series will be Given. It will be a Denuir old fashioned Plantation pro All of those meetings Are o i to the general Public. Accord g to the Rev. Edgar a. Valiant the pastor of the Church people desiring Good seats should come Early. A a a mrs. Leon Mitinger Honor guest at Post nuptial Shower wed. In compliment to mrs. Leon Whit Inger Ruth Benso whose marriage was announced recently miss Katherine Carmichiel was hostess at a Post nuptial Shower wednesday evening. The affair was held at the hostess Home 619 North sixth Street. At the close of an informal even ing Buffet refreshments were served. Flowers and lighted tapers adorned the luncheon table. The Honor guest was the recipient of Many gifts. Included on the guest list for the Fostoria Shower were mrs. Rae Krueger mrs. Lester Peterson. Miss Leola Buchite miss Collette Mraz mrs. Marvin Nutting mrs. Greg Mraz mrs. Don Miller and miss Mardelle Mraz. Married in Crosby i f it a in. Of .4, is i 3w 8 m of p a a 1 Jim a is a i a i i t. Amp a photo Art studio Crosby. Or. And mrs. Erwin Elmer above Are now at Home in Ironton following their recent marriage which took place in the Zion lutheran Church of Crosby. The Rev. A. Walt her read the service. Mrs. Elmer was miss Elizabeth Wilding before her marriage and is the daughter of or. And mrs. William Wilding of Crosby. To be bridesmaid a photo by Art Carver. Miss Ramona Glassmann right Wilt serve As bridesmaid by miss Iona la lines for her marriage to Laurie Ylinen which will take place August 3. Miss Glassmann is the daughter of or. And mrs. A. F. Glassman of aniline Texas. Speak vows a photo by Art Carver. Mrs. Rudolph Mehlhoff left was miss Myrtle Hegstad before her marriage which took place last saturday. The ceremony was performed in the norwegian Trinity lutheran Church with the Rev. I. M. Hums Reading the 5 30 of clock service. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Nels Regstad. 919 Norwood Street and or. Mehlhoff is the son of mrs. Fred Mehlhoff of Mclaughlin s. D. The bridal couple will be at Home at 318 North seventh Street after August 1st. Engagement announced a photo by Art Carver miss Rosemary Ann Mckenna below has chosen saturday August 20th for her marriage to James f. Lilt of St. Paul son of or. James Pitt sr., of Rocky mount North Carolina which will take place in the St. Francis Catholic Church. Announcement of the couples engagement is made today by the Bride elects parents or. And mrs. John Mckenna 320 North eighth Street. Or. Martinetto and Bride to live in Crosby at an 8 of clock service this morning in the St. Francis Catholic Church miss Catherine by hand became the Bride of Arthur Martinets son of or. And mrs. Louis Martinets of Crosby. The Rev. Father James Hogan read the bridal vows. The Bride daughter of mrs. Olivo Belland 1207 fourteenth Avenue was gowned in White silk organdy fashioned with Square neckline Bolero jacket and Short puffed sleeves a silk Cap adorned with a Tiara of pearls held the Finger tip length tulle veil edged with silk lace. In place. Hor Only costume jewelry was a Gold Cross and Chain a gift from the bridegroom and she carried a Shower bouquet of White roses and baby breath. Miss Rose Belland sister of the Bride As bridesmaid wore a Light Blue floor length gown of French silk Marquisette. The dress was fashioned with Short puffed sleeves and Many flounces edged with Pink silk Gross Grain ribbon formed the full skirt. With it she wore a White picture hat and Matching accessories. She carried an Arm bouquet of Briarcliff roses and Pink Larkspur. Leonard Martinetto served a Best Man to his brother. Following the service a wedding breakfast for the bridal party an j members of the immediate families was served at the Home of Tho bridegrooms parents. After a trip to the North Shore and Canada or. And mrs. Martinets will be at Home in Crosby where the bridegroom is employed. For travel the Bride chose a Black and White tailored silk crepe dress and White accessories. Mrs. Martinetto is a graduate of the Brainerd schools and the bridegroom attended the schools at Crosby a a a mrs. Maurice Anderson surprised by friends on birthday anniversary mrs. Felix Lindquist was hostess at a Surprise party in compliment to mrs. Maurice Anderson wednesday afternoon. Attending the party were misses Irene Tepley Gertrude masters Velma Kruger Mes. Carl Martin Otto Gartner Elmer Dahl Frank Anderson Roland Enemark Fred Hohensee de fish Carl Lindquis. Albert Kruger Henry Davis Marie Hanson and mrs. Thorbergson. Games were played during the afternoon with prizes awarded to mrs. Dahl and mrs. Hohensee. The Honor guest was presented Many birthday remembrances. At the close of the entertainment lunch was served by the hostess. A a a d. Of h. Executive club meets tuesday evening the executive club of Tho degree of Honor will be entertained by mrs. Frances liners and mrs. Ada Lucas on tuesday evening. The meeting is to be held at the Home of mrs. Liners 1208 South seventh Street. All members Are urged to he present As plans for the annual picnic will be discussed.$206,000 is in As Cass county budget for 1939 Pillager a the 1939 budget for Casa county a get at $206,090 by the county commissioner at their july meeting being an increase of $12,000 for the present fiscal year according to auditor l. C. Kelly Peterson who was Here on business matters this week or. Peterson stated that while the 1939 budget represents an increase Over the present year there will be no increase in the general tax Levy or additional Burden of the residents of the county due to the fact that some 175 to 180 land descriptions had been restored to the tax lists of the county through the Sale of forfeited tax lands. This has restored a larger tax base from which it will be possible to raise a larger amount without increasing the rate. A general Sale of tax forfeited lands will be held in August which also will tend to add to future taxes paid. As these descriptions have been delinquent for several years. A boost of $10,000 in the poor fund is the largest increase noted in the budget the raise being necessary by the demands of the state for increased county contribution. The present budget Calla for $4,800. The Revenue fund was set at $68.-000 the Road and Bridge fund at $8,000, an increase of $2,000 $32,-ooo was allowed the old age assistance fund and $50,00 for Bonds and interest. A 65 per cent collection of taxes is anticipated by the commissioner together with some $50,000 in delinquent taxes which will add i per cent additional or a total of 76 per cent amounting to $206,000. Mrs. Martin Lingwall Honor guest at party members of the lutheran ladies Aid of Pillager and friends honoured mrs. Martin Lingwall of Brainerd at a party thursday afternoon. The affair was held at the Home of mrs. K. N. Grimsrud. The afternoon was spent socially and a luncheon was served by the ladies at the close. Flapper Fanny by Sylvia copy. 1938 by be service. Inc. T m rec u s Pat of a a a a 7-Lo a and i miss you every instant you done to believe this goo he writes a i a no but i like to read that kind of Light summer fiction. Or. Mac Farlane to speak at first Baptist Chapel Dahl funeral rites set or 2 30 p. M. Today the Rev. J. R. Miche Eleon will conduct the funeral service scheduled at 2 30 p. In. Today at the Bethlehem lutheran Church for Ole g. Dahl Brainerd whose death occurred Here this week. Burial will be in Etc Green cemetery. Peter Macfarlane of St. Paul and the Jubilee singers of Chicago will speak and sing at the Brainerd Baptist Chapel tomorrow morning at 9 30 o clock. The singers will present a Short program of spirituals and or. Macfarlane will bring a gospel message. The Chapel is connected with the first Baptist Church with the Rev. Edgar a. Valiant As it superintendent. A a a . Members to meet tuesday evening at 8 of clock tuesday evening the monthly meeting of the women Christian Temperance Union will be conducted. Mrs. Ann Erickson will open her Home 1603 Norwood for this meeting. All members arc asked to note the change in time of meeting and All Are urged to be present. A a a Ironton Church circles Are entertained thurs. Ironton a mrs. Dan Cartle and mrs. Mike Brown were co hostesses at the meeting of the North Ironton Circle of St. Josephus altar society. The meeting was held thursday afternoon. Members of the South Ironton Circle were entertained at the Home of mrs. Herman Hunter. Assisting hostess was mrs. Dan Cashen. Mrs. James Maguire opened her Home for the regular meeting of the Lakeview Circle. She was assisted by mrs. Harland Stetson. A a a Staples ladies hold meeting at cottage Staples a the Mayflower Aid Circle was entertained by mrs Charles Page at her cottage on Lake Shakinaw tuesday afternoon there was a Large attendance and following the routine business sea Sion a social afternoon was spent a luncheon was served by the hostess at the close. Mrs. Bertha Kindsay opened her Home to members of the Priscilla Circle for their regular meeting wednesday evening. A 6 30 lunch Eon was served followed by the business session. The remainder of the evening was spent socially. Mrs. Lawrence Martin was hostess at the Plymouth Circle meeting which was held at the Home of mrs. F. G. Shermerhorn wednesday afternoon. A Large number was present for the meeting and social hour. A a a according to reports More Gui tars Are sold in the United states than any other musical instrument. In 1937, the total was nearly 400,-000. Gospel teams conduct services tomorrow eve. Members of the Christian Endeavor society of the first presbyterian Church have been divided into gospel teams which every sunday evening conduct services in the various communities around Brainerd. Tomorrow evening services will be held at Echo Esdon and Ossip pie. He amp canc. M my Neapolis a comfortable courteous convenient place to Stop or live. Economical too Small wonder that 0 Many people regularly prefer this unusually Fine botel. 200 rooms it Baths Snow guest room k tache Netts apart a nth $2 i weakly monthly kites like dogs do you want in dog. Perhaps a terrier. Perhaps in great Dane no matter what Breed of dog you want you la find one that you la love listed for Sale in the dispatch want ads. Get the dispatch habits read the want ads every Day. Dispatch want ads

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