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Burlington Daily Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Burlington, Iowa
The daily Hawk Eye Gazette Burlington Iowa monday april 19,1937. Rim in society and club activities personals and women s features 0brideofmr. Bennett at wedding ii first presbyterian Church saturday evening reception follows at Home a Terian Church formed the setting for the miss Mary Heil daughter of or. And ii a. Heil of this City and William a. Des Moines son of or. And mrs. George sly i a to of Des Moines solemnized saturday a s to of clock in the presence of a Large in of relatives and friends. Or. Archibald it. R. Read the sender before Aji altar of v j ,1. Is and lilies. Wed women a athletic Junior College boys planning novel affair outlined in ruffles the cording the train v ter length rimmed the the train. Arranged she carried nth. V a a maid is Good bar Nett jr., of i ides aids. Was unable a Matron of s. Mary Lou a Bride was us were of on grecian lug on the pc a Ady was Ennett More s. Goodbary a r Blue All air and race of girl Mas in Blue Chiffon Rose petals. A attired in id mrs. Ben place. Both need by bus Inett. Jr., of an. And the Rye of Des Nan James a lock. 11 cot played and nuptial Nony. Its and a few i we pm to. Rat it i armr ape ilk a Fry to a Jar three Cost i a a Pala sold coat hut a trifle. Chi will meet wednesday night the women a athletic club of the v. C. A. Will have a supper meeting in the Tea room at the association building wednesday at 5 30 p. In. All y. C. A. Members expecting to attend the Keokuk conference Are requested to be present at the wednesday night meeting. Intimate friends were guests at the reception at the Heil residence on Garfield Avenue following the ceremony. After a trip South and East or. And mrs. Bennett will make their Home in lies Moines where or. Benne t is associated with Yonker Bros both Young people were graduated from Grinnell College. Grinnell la. Out oui to guests. Among the non resident guests present at the ceremony in addition to the bridegroom s parents Mere mrs. Frederick German mrs. Louis Evans or. And mrs. Jay or in in tone jr., mrs. Yerran mrs. John Byers. Or. And mrs. Maurice Man Del Shaum or. Mandelbaum or. Fease Clarence Cooper or. And mrs. C. Fifield and daughter. Nancy Lou and son Clark or. And mrs. C. J. Dukehart mrs. H. B. Woods miss Ruth Woods All of Des Moines mrs. Wallace Munsell of Fitt Shugh a. Mrs. I Eroy Dunn of Hollywood Calif. Miss Margaret Tully of Chicago miss Nelle Kennedy or. And mrs. N. J. Tucker. Or. And mrs. Weddington. Or. And mrs. R. M. Scovel or. And mrs. J. L. Pritchett or. And mrs. Garrison Anthos mrs. Frank Kennedy or. And mrs. H. J. Kennedy and miss Genevieve Atlee miss Margaret l4�ird and or. And mrs. Alex Laird All of fort Madison. <3 boys of Burlington Junior College Are making plans for a novel and 1 entertaining party to be held at the school Friday evening april 30, the affair to be in the nature of a Hollywood Premier showing of the then a Teeth Penitentiary sox production boys party. The party will be carried out in i keeping with a Hollywood movie set and Loren Schultz general chair Man has announced that Quot Lanny Ross Quot Quot Cecil b. Demille Quot Quot Mac i West Quot and others Mill have a part in the program. Dancing and refreshments Mill follow the entertain. Menu committee Heads include Bob Hoschek decorations Roy Kinnison clean up Boh Higgins ref Resli a Menis i be Mathews finances and Roy Brunken music. Good attendance at bask string quartet recital Walnut Street Baptist Church was practically filled for the concert by the bask string quartet of Chicago sunday afternoon. The group opened the program with Quot Quartetti of. 44 no. by Mendelssohn and numbers following included Quot Quartetti no. 15,&Quot by Mozart a Menuet Quot by Bolzoni Quot drink to me Only with thine eyes Quot Quot menietto from quart Tette no. 14.�?� by Mozart Quot old Black Joe Quot by Foster. And Quot moment musical Quot by Schu i Bort. I the players. L. R. Baker violin c. Allen violoncello h. J. Schaeffler violin and o. L. Kiltz Viola Are affiliated with the Chicago business menus orchestra a symphony having 115 Active members. The quartet also played at the sunday school hour and morning worship service at the Church. Lee county Young people addressed by local pastor the Rev. J. H. Buescher of this City addressed a conference for older boys and girls of county at first Baptist Church in Keokuk saturday morning. Among the speakers at the All Dav meeting were president r. D. Schulte of Carthage College and a prof. Harlie Smith of Culver Stock ton. A banquet concluded the con i Ference. Rossma no a bad Luck Means your Good Luck in our big coat Sale Beautiful luxurious Coats to a fraction of their Worth Messiah lutheran group Back from state conference Bur Lincton a delegation to the Iowa lutheran conference which closed in Des Moines sunday returned last night with the exception of mrs. Agnes Swanson who is expected Home tomorrow. Mrs. Swanson was re elected state treasurer of the conference. Those returning report a most interesting session. The group included the Rev. A. D. Freden. C. A. Anderson and miss Hanna Anderson. A a a rally priced at $14.95, $16.95, $17.95 and $19.95 it Sale indeed the very Coats a n at much greater prices on Sale a you need them All because of a tuners bad Luck in Overstock our buyer s Good Fortune is snap t. Up every coat a style Winner dreamed of getting at this Amaz up be Early for yours Burlington women at v. . Auxiliary rally in Des Moines two from the Mccord hunger Post of the v. F. Auxiliary went to Des Moines for the Spring rally and Council administration held saturday and sunday. The two included mrs. Agnes Hoschek. President of the local auxiliary and mrs. Darlene daily department conduct Ress. Among the features at the meeting was the wedding of miss Edith Peterson of fort. Dodge and William Alderson of Cherokee. La., member of the v. F. W., which took place saturday night. A dance Council meeting and school of instruction were also part of the program during the two Davs session. Attorney general Mitchell of Des Moines was one of the principal speakers at the saturday evening dinner. Several National officers were in attendance at the rally. Farewell in hey for Kobert Pii girl Robert Pilger w to departed sunday for a Lii ago where be has a position with Keister Brothers was the guest j of Honor at a party which a group i of friends participated at the Home i of mis Janet Payne. 1423 North i eighth Street. Saturday evening Twenty four enjoyed the affair. This Perky Little Spring frock is made of Navy and White polka Dot crepe. The Clever Little jacket is outlined with White pleated pique ruffles and a refreshing nosegay of White daisies is also used for trimming. The jacket has the new fitted Waistline and flared peplum and the three quarters length buggy sleeves emphasize Tho slim Ness of the wearer miss Jane Hamilton one of the screens younger players. Legion auxiliary to assist at carnival for hospitalized the local unit of the american i Region auxiliary is making plans for its part in the annual carnival to be Given for the veterans in the Hospital at Knoxville la., wednesday. April 21. The event is staged each year by i All units of the state and is one of the most entertaining features provided for the enjoyment of the hospitalized who number about �82. Among those front the Burlington auxiliary planning to assist at the carnival Are mrs. Raymond Wright i and mrs. Roy Lippert. Faculty club to be entertained or. And mrs. Carl Johansen and or. And mrs. Richard Pemble will be hosts to the faculty club at dinner and Bridge at the administration i building tuesday evening. Thirty will participate. Three prize winners at veterans party the door prize at the weekly party sponsored by the Burlington Railroad veterans in the Assembly room at the Union depot saturday night was won by Theodore Wenzel. The two extra prizes were received by mrs. D. L. Tierce and Margaret Brockhagen. The second party of the series will be held saturday night. This is the last group of parties the veterans will hate this season. Advisory committee of girl reserves meeting tonight a meeting of the girl reserves advisory committee and advisors of the organization will be held at the t ung women a Christian association this evening. The gathering is held in Observance of girl reserves week which opened sunday and continues through saturday. A discussion of the relationship of the girl reserves to Community activities w ill be a feature of the meeting. Mrs. Maude Peters will Lead. Some of the girl reserves groups will have programs at the assemblies in the schools this week. Miss Mary Bryan will address the Junior College girls meeting at the school tuesday her remarks to be relative to the state conference held in be Dai rapids saturday and sunday. There was a Large attendance at the Vesper service at first Baptist Church sunday marking the opening of girl reserves week Here. Beginning wednesday and continuing through saturday the Public is a vied to attend the girl reserves Hobby fair in the gymnasium at the y. C. A., which will be open each Day from 4 to 8 p. In. The annual Cirl reserves Mother and daughter banquet at Grace m. E. Church Friday evening will also be a feature of the week. R personals clearance dresses $29.9 495 _ $7 nce dresses at great reactions. Ros smatts a of r Jeffers on at third . V v v i id h go i ill at Hogg Home the members of mrs. Weiss and mrs. Crogg s division of Trinity lutheran Church Aid will meet at the Home of mrs Crogg on South Street tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Bess Suesens will be the assistant hostess v v v Aid meeting with mrs. Holihan or. Jaegers and mrs. Criner division of the ladies Aid society of Trinity Church will have a luncheon at the Home of mrs. Benton Llo Tihan on South ninth Street wednesday at i of clock. V v v will Exter t in Circle to esd cd. The misses kale Madden and Emily Brown will in the a retd a hand Circle of the King s daughters at their Home on North fourth Street tuesday evening. Mem hrs. Bennett will be Circle hostess. Mrs n. N Bassett will be Bost Ess to the Star of the East Circle at her Home 19d3 summer Street wednesday afternoon at 2 3b of clock. Miss Clara Schroeder will assist As hostess. I j a. R. Kramer is spending a few Days in Chicago on business. Eleanor Martin and Mips Donna Berquist return tonight from a week end visit with friends in Chicago. Nir. And mrs. Emil Zimmer have returned from Birmingham. Ala., where they have i Cip the last four months. Miss Margaret Patton. Charles Jaeger or. And mrs. Vernon Johnson and daughter Shirley and mrs. Christine Gustafson and daughter. Jean spent sunday with or. And mrs. Pat Reedy in Moline. 111. Erwyn Hertz i spending a few Days in St. Louis. Viss Beaber entertaining members of the Eleanor Copeland Circle will be guests of mrs. Philip Beaber at her Home. 1610 South Street this evening. Vav hrs. Schweizer to be i la hostess. Pinochle will be the pastime of i the club Meliers who meet with mrs. George l. Schweizer at her Home. 635 South Gunnison Street tuesday afternoon. Eight will be present. V v v Helen Swayne will be hostess wednesday. Helen Swayne will be hostess to the members of the Mildred noelke Circle of the King s daughters at her Home on Orchard Street. Wednesday evening at 7 o clock. Memory verse to to commence with the letter a Al Quot Public invited to hear boy Soprano the Public is Welcome to hear Jackie Recs England a Foremost boy Soprano who will be presented in concert at Christ episcopal Church tuesday evening at 7 30 of clock. The 12-year-old Singer was Winner of the National Eisteddfod in 1935 and 1936 and gave a command performance before the late King George v in 1935. He also Sang before King Edward Chi in 1936. He is understood to have won More than 250 prizes cups and medals in voice contests. \ award six prizes at eagles party prize winners at the eagles family party Iii eagles Hall saturday night included Lois Wagler and Charles Winegarden bunco Jean Geren and Clifford Sauer children a bunco and a. J. Lutenegger and mrs. Walter Stiefel pinochle. Miss Gladys Gibbs or. Waller married miss Gladys Gibb and Gal Wagler were United in marriage at the parsonage of first evangelical Church saturday morning at 11 30 of clock. The Rev. J. H. Buescher officiated i and miss Alta Foltz and Ralph Gibbs were attendants. Or. And mrs. Wagler will live on Maple. Or. Wagler is the son of or. And mrs. Sam Wagler and mrs. Wagler is the daughter of or. And mrs. Elmer Gibbs. Cast finishing rehearsals for play w Edn esd a y the cast for a it happened in three act comedy to be presented by St. Paul dramatic club in St Paul Hall wednesday night to adding the finishing touches to the production and according to reports from the practice Center an unusually entertaining presentation is in the making. Since the play is the first St. Paul a group has staged for sometime special Effort is being made that it will not Only equal entertainments Given previously by the club which ranked among the Hest Home talents hut that it will surpass the others in Point of production. Many of the performers have had previous experience in school and adult presentations and they Are most capable of carrying the roles for which they have been chosen. The cast includes miss Georgia Kurtz who is also director James gunner James Saling. Louis keep per. Don Thomas. Miss Helen Sebesta. Miss Betty Kriech Hatim. Don Pierr. Mis Elizabeth Melchior. Miss Marian Renner. Miss Mary Boyle and Paul Mcdonald. Mary Salter Guild meeting tomorrow the Mary Palter Guild of first congregational Church will meet with mrs. Mabel Sipes. 311 Garfield Avenue tuesday afternoon at 2 30 of clock. Mrs. J. A. Albert will be the assisting hostess. Monthly meeting of Townsend Cunhs at . Hall tuesday the monthly meeting of the Townsend clubs will be held in knights of Columbus Hall tuesday evening at 8 of clock. A social time has been planned with games following the meeting. A door prize will be Given. Everyone is Welcome to attend. Iowa state sunday school convention in Davenport la. The meeting of the Iowa state sunday school association will take place at the first presbyterian Church in Davenport tuesday and wednesday. Burlington will be represented at i the meeting for which there will be a number of outstanding speakers. In addition to the regular convention sessions age group conferences will be held. Among those from Burlington j planning to attend the Davenport meeting Are mrs. Eland Mefford. Des Moines county Secretary and treasurer mrs. Norman Young. Miss Bertha Biklen and Fred Rasche. All of Zion evangelical Church and mrs. Ralph Pierce of first methodist episcopal Church. Lucey club will Haye gathering. The Lucky club members and friends will be guests of mrs. Johanna White at her Home 1222 Agency Street tuesday afternoon. Loc Al group at Church meeting in Salem i a. A group from first congregational Church attended the Young Peoples rally of the Denmark association in Salem la., sunday. Hayden Keehn of this City president of the association presided and talks were Given by Elmore Riggs and miss Capitola Bond of Burlington. Those attending in addition to those mentioned were Herbert Cor Lett. Miss Cybil Ann Hanna. Miss Esther Bond c. A. Bond miss Helen Moore. Mrs. Helen Hunt Hanna and miss Annette Sheafe. Epworth league of West Hill Church will have social Schramm s Loretta Young dresses of washable Renee crepe j. S. Schramm company the Epworth league of West Hill methodist episcopal Church will have a birthday social in the Church Parlours wednesday evening at 7 45 of clock. The event will include the showing of motion pictures and refreshments. Everyone la invited to attend. Schramm s fir sinus protects your furs a against fire a against theft a against Moths in modern vaults located in our own building cafe a or a a a messenger a j. 5. Schramm co. 1107 North eighth St. 1122 South Central ave. 600 South Starr ave. 2007 South main St. Green Border stores 818 Maple St. 1720 summer St. 921 summer St. Carrots 2 17c Macaroni 2 17c 25% syrup peaches 2 As 19c la. Limit i Pound with this Coupon. Grapefruit cans or Grapefruit juice a tall no. I cans limit�?6 cans with this Coupon. Tamales 2cms 17c tomatoes 2 Large cd cans butter Creme cookies 2 lbs. Gloss starch 2 in Klis. Green Ripe olives Large sizes Home-1 tired till j Edh process can a a butter Crisp and tasty 12-oz. Pkg. Rackers 13c fresh eggs Doz. 20c shall to. 3 Sieve of fancy peas l to Bartlett Pear water pack Large no. So can 25% syrup f All no. I can canned from dried peas tall can butter la. Heinz soups 2 a i cans Libby a Brown Beans 10c Tomato Hance vegetarian can or molasses whole Grain Corn 13c Guiles Bantam in fell size no. 2 can Lenon drops la. Ioc Campbells Tomato juice j cans Corn flakes Large pkg. Ioc Hominy 2 Cas 9c Alco Braud quarts Sandwich spread or 29c 1 is pints salad dressing 10c Brick cheese la. 19c prunes 2 a a a 13c prices Good All week subject to Stock of hand. We Reserve bight to lout
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