Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 20
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Community Day Observance Is to Be Nov. 4 Plans for the observance of World Community day on Nov 4 a bo ? rd meeting of Council of Church a"ernoon at IM ^' > " with Mrs - R- J- Edwards presiding. f ° r Peace " is the project WnrlH O O world Community day which will 5* f n lu rk l d at a meeting on Nov. 5- thte , First Ba P tis t church. Two -ll ks », are also bein 2 sched- with Mrs. Hobart Duncan in charge. An article on "The Government Can't Do It All" by Herbert Hoover was read, pointing out that while government aid to public welfare has a place in American life, citizens should support voluntary agencies if they wish American civilization to survive, because voluntary agencies act as a spur to official progress, because morals do not come from government, because governments cannot build character in our youth, because the only impulse to social progress is the spark of spiritual altruism in the individual and because the outstanding distinction of our civilizaton as opposed to the philosophies of H«%el and Marx is compassion. New chairmen were introduced including Mrs. Harry Wright, First Methodist, program; Mrs. Ray Rorick, Presbyterian, radio. Reports were given on the seminar held in Des Moines. Devotions were led. SOCIETY NEWS as magic! r* 1 V.F.W. Auxiliary Visits Hospital Thirteen members of the V. F. W. auxiliary drove to Knoxville Wednesday to visit the veterans hospital, taking with them a picnic dinner and gifts for 24 men. A lour of the hospital grounds and buildings was made. Mrs. Laurence Pearson is h o s p it a 1 chairman for the auxiliary. In the group were Mmes. Paul Brown, Laurence Pearson, Ed Pearson, Robert Rish, Ed Fisher, Arnold Tilton, Leland Wilson, Kirby Payne, Frances Olson, Paul Clausen, Vida M u h 1 e r t, Art O'Green and Ray Theisen. 6 Grandparents Are Guests at Wedding Held at Osage LA FRANCE BLUING WITH LUMINESS DISSOLVES INSTANTLY AT HOME IN SPILLVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Charles James Mikesh are at home in Spillville following a wedding trip to northern Minnesota. Mrs. Mikesh was Helen Louise Prohaski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Prohaski, Mason City, before her marriage to Mr. Mikesh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Mikesh* of Spillville, Sept. 7 at St. Wen- Now—better than flakes! The same wonderful La France Bluing in a brand new quick-dissolving bead form! • WHITENS WHITES! • BRIGHTENS COLORS! BETTER BLUING! EASIER TO USE! ceslaus church in Spillville. Pink and white gladioli decorated the church. Mrs. F. C. Swella played the organ and accompanied her son, Eugene, soloist, in nuptial music with the assistance of the choir. "The Processional" and "The Recessional" by Rossini were played. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a white slipper satin gown made empress style, and fashioned with a Peter Pan collar,' fitted bodice, and a full skirt that terminated in a court train. Her fingertip length veil of tulle and lace hung from a crown of beads and seed pearls and she carried a colonial bouquet of white roses, asters, baby chrysanthemums, with a center of gardenias. She carried a pale blue crystal and silver rosary which had 'been given to her by her mother. The same gown and veil had been worn by the bride's sister, Mrs. Otto A. Klimesh, at her wedding 7 years ago. The maid of honor was the bridegroom's sister, Miss Helen Mikesh, and she wore orchid net over taffeta, trimmed with lace and a crownless bonnet of orchid lace and nylon mitts of white lace and net. Her colonial bouquet was of yellow roses and orchid asters. Mary Klimesh, the bride's niece, and Donna Ddscoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Driscoll of Cedar Rapids, as the flower girls, wore identical floor length dresses of pale pink and pale blue marquisette respectively,, edged with lace. They wore matching mitts and carried colonial bouquets of I pink roses, yellow baby chrysan- EXCITING, ADVANCE WINTER STYLES VALUES FROM TO 10 00 • Bonnets! B«rets! Forward Brims! • Cloches! High Crowns! • Side-slants! Tricorne Silhouettes! • Dress-up and Tailored Casual Hats! • Feather, Veiling "Jewel" Trims! • Black, Brifht or Lfeht Colors! /• Beauty-buys for you! Showroom samples from many of the country's leading hat-makers. Higher priced models from our own stocks. Many one of a kind. Styles, materials, trims in hats for which you'd expect to pay more. HURRY in early for the best selection. Hilllavry D«p*rt>M*t MERKELS-4LDENS themums and orchid asters and wore bandeaus of matching flowers in their hair. Edmund Schmitt was the best- man. Mrs. Prohaski wore a pow.der blue dress with black accessories, while Mrs. Mikesh appeared in a navy blue and white dress with black accessories. Both mothers had identical corsages ol pink roses. A 12 o'clock dinner was served in the A. B. C. S. hall to 50 guests. The bride's colors, orchid, pink, blue and white, were used. On the bridal table was a 3-tiered wedding cake, which was decorated with pink roses and topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Pink and blue candelabra, holding white tapers, were on either side of the cake. The table was decorated with flowers of the bride's colors. At 5:30 there was a reception for 100 guests. Friends of the couple assisted at the dinner and reception and the Misses Doris and Helen Schmitt and Miss Ann Marie Stupka served. Miss Anne Mikesh, another sister of the bridegroom, had charge of the guest book. In the evening there was a dance held at the Invvood Pavilion. Music was furnished by Johnny Novak, and his Tune Crackers. Out of town guests included Atty. and Mrs. George Mikesh of Crescp, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Schmitt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmitt and mother and Mrs. Clara Mikesh of Protivin, Miss Betty Murdock and Louis Benda of Kansas City, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Prohaski II of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. George Driscoll and daughters, Donna and Kathleen, "} of CecUr Rapids, Mrs. Joseph Shindelar and'daughter, Josephine, and William Hirsmah of Lisle, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Curphy, Mrs. Gertrude Roberts and Joe Grady of Clear Lake. For traveling the bride chose a cocoa brown suit with deep brown accessories. The bride was honored at a prenuptial shower which was given at Indianhead in Mason City. —o— MRS. EARL MCKIBBIN HOSTESS TO GROUP Central Lutheran west group met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Earl McKibbin, 15 Adams N. W, There were 12 members present and devotions were led by Mrs. Valentine Leonard. Mrs Edwin Beneke read from the book, "The Five Marys" by Isabel Warrington Heaps. Plans were made for the bazar and supper Nov. 9. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Sivert Rivedal, 937 Jackson W. Refreshments were served the hostess. ST. JUDE'S UNIT MEETS AT PARKS St. Jude's unit of Holy Family guild met at the home of Mrs. W. H. Parks, 228 Crescent drive with 18 members present. Mrs. Robert Winter was co-hostess. Mrs. C. A. Shinofield spoke briefly on the life of St. Jude for whom the unit is named. The remainder ol the evening was spent playing bridge with prizes going to Mrs. W. R. Broadbent and Mrs. Norman Allison. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Methodist WSCS Plans Luncheon First Methodist W. S. C. S. will have a luncheon meeting Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. T. E. Davidson, vice president, will preside in the absence of Mrs. Ira Stinson, president. Mrs. L. H. Shepoiser will give devotions and Mrs. R. S. Millhiser, chairman of social relations, will have the lesson, assisted by Mrs. A. J. Rhutasel. Piano selections will be played by Mrs. Lloyd Cummins. Luncheon will be served by the members of circles 2 and 3. Osage—Five grandparents and ! one great grandparent were present when Vivian Leach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Leach, Orchard, became the bride of Kenneth Hoisington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vere Hoisington, Orchard, Oct. 9, in the First Congregational church, Osage, with the Rev. Donald Bourne officiating. Marcele Leach, sister, was maid of honor with Shirley Taylor, Osage, Delores Morem, Forest City, Audrey Troge, Rudd, Bevery Quintus, Eagle Grove, and Helen Grimm, Orchard, as bridesmaids. Bestman was Arval Hoisington, brother, with Everett ach, Jr., Forest City, Robert Heller, Wayne Benson, Eddie Allen, all of Orchard, and Keith Angell, Osage, as attendants. Guests of honor included Mr. and Mrs. Perry Leach, grandparents of the bride, Forest City, Mrs. Frances Medlin, grandmother of bride, Mason City, Mr. and Mcs Jess Rowley, grandparents of the bridegroom, Colwell, and Mrs Anna Hoisington, great grandmother of the bridegroom, Charles City. Ringbearer was Larry Leach brother, with Carol Hoisington Orchard, cousin of the bridegroom and Sharon Nelson, cousin of th bride, Thornton, as flower girls MR. AND MRS. HOISINGTON Roger Leach, brother, Guy Benson, cousin of the bridegroom, both of Orchard, and Darold Nelson, cousin of bride, Thornton, were ushers. There were 475 at the ceremony TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD Oct. IS, 1949 13 Mmton Cltjr Gloto«-GiitU«, M»»*D City. U. and 300 were guests at the reception. The bride is employed at the Marr Knitting Mill, Osage, and Mr. Hoisington is engaged in farming. They will be .at home in an apartment at the Hoisington home. MIDLAND HEIGHTS THIMBLE CLUB MEETS Midland Heights Thimble club met with Mrs. Ted Buffington, 427 23rd S. W,, Wednesday. There were 10 members present and a quilt was tied and blocks pieced for another quilt during the afternoon. It was voted to give $5 to the polio fund. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. E. E. Smith, 413 23rd S. W., Nov. 9. ATTENTION MUSIC LOVERS Enter JOHNSON'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC. Learn to play the Eleclrie Hawaiian ruitar. Lessons taught at the Cerro Gordo Hotel, Friday and Saturday weekly. Instrument loaned to pupil for 12-week trial period at no extra charge. For Free trial lesson in your home, write Johnson's School of Music, care of Cerro Gordo Hotel, Mason City, or Phone 5616-J. Marmalade Bran Muffins Now, top delicious All-Bran muffins with marmalade before baking. After tatting, you'll want morel 1 cup Kellogg's 1 egg All-Bran l oup sifted .% cup milk flour ' 2 tablespoons 2% teaspoons shortening baking powder % cup sugar % teaspoon salt orange marmalade 1. Combine All-Bran and milk; let soak about 5 minutes. 2. Cream shortening and sugnr; add egg and beat well Add All-Bran mixture. 3. Add. sifted dry ingredients; stir only until combined. 4. Pill greased muffin pans Va fulL Press 1 tablespoonful ot marmalade into top of each muffln. Bake In mod. hot oven (400°F.) about 30 mln. Makes 9 medium muffins. ImtMv* tar «MS «f Mothtr Knows/ftf^Bestl YOU'VE SEEN DOZENS OF ZIP COATS Here Are ZIP LINED COATS With Than EVER BEFORE you WILL STOP.. .LOOK AND BUY / If; ALL WOOL GABARDINES ALL WOOL SHARKSKINS ALL WOOL TWEEDS • FUR or WOOL ZIP LININGS I CERTIFIED $34.75 to $39.75 VALUES Y/rap aro unds! 3-W.y Style- 1 Flare Back* 1 - Near; to 18- $29-

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