Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 11, 1949 · Page 14
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1949
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12 Oct. 10, 1949 »ion CHy Globe-Gazette, Mason Cily, la. Martha Sinwel Weds W. Caldwell - formerly ame the bride of of Mrs in fK ,, - th * S ? cred "eart Catholic church in Waterloo. The Rev. William Leonard, pastor, officiated at the single ring ceremony. ° Out of town guests at the wedding luncheon in Black's tea room were from Cherokee, Bode, New Hampton, Ionia, Cedar Rapids and Alta Vista. Mrs. Caldwell is employed at the New York Fashion shop in Waterloo and he is an employe of the Waterloo -Biscuit company. BOGGESS-WHITE Charles City—Miss Cleo White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt White, became the bride of Carl L - Boggess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Boggess, all of Charles City, Oct. 1, the double ring ceremony being performed by the Rev, F. L. Hanscom at the Little Brown church, near Nashua. The bride was attended by Shirley Boggess, sister of the bridegroom, and Arthur White, brother of the bride, was bestman. A. reception was held at the home of the bride for 50 guests. The bridegroom is an employe of the Oliver corporation and Mrs. Boggess is employed at the Belmont company. The couple will be at home at Charles City. If you want to keep the skin of baked potatoes soft just rub them with salad oil or some other suitable fat before baking. Illustrated is one place setting in Sterling Take your Sterling with you. $1 per week per place setting You can own sterling: so easy on BLANCHARD'S STERLING SILVER CLUB PLAN Register today and start your pattern now! z FASHION FLOOR SECOND z o o HfilF 2 SIZE O z, o z o 2: o o <f PAtADC OF THf MfTTOMSl Your slim new L'Aiglon has buttons that march down both sides of Z the skirt and call attention to the high O fashion panel that's attached to it. . ; if has a high neck that lies in a self bow, a fly-front closing to the waist, a waist-to-hip section of fine tucks and two pockets hidden in the side 'seams. Royoft crepe in black, burgundy, green, grey, chocolate brown. Sizes J2'/' to 20'A. $14.95; O < z o BLANCHARD5 Truman Gives BPW's Praise for Efforts President Truman in a letter to Dr. K. Frances Scott, president of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., pledged his support to that organization's observance of National Business Women's week—October 9-15—and praised the National Federation's theme —"Boost Your Town—It Boosts You." Mr. Truman stated, "I am happy to give my wholehearted sup- gort to the theme chosen this year y the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs for its observance of National Business Women's week. Democracy, like charity, begins at home and you are emphasizing this fact in stressing good works on the community level. "When we speak of the American way of life, we are summing up the manner in which Americans live in cities and towns all over this land of ours. To make democracy work nationally we must make it work in our communities. To raise the living standards of America, we must raise the living standards at the crossroads of America. To assure nation-wide prosperity, we must see to prosperous times for the small farmer, the village milliner, the corner grocer and the neighborhood shop operator. "Because of the present pre- eminance of our country in international affairs, it is more than ever necessary that our economy remain healthy and prosperous, and that our democracy retain its vigor. We need have no fear of losing that world position, with all that it means for lasting peace and widespread human freedoms, so long as the informed women of America are prepared to take up the cudgels for our way of life in the communities of the nation. The members of youv affiliated clubs can be counted on to do their part." National Business W o m e n's week is being celebrated for the 22nd year by the Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. It's purpose is to pay tribute to the accomplishments of women everywhere in business and the professions. This year, member's of the National Federation are concentrating their efforts towards building better communities. During Oct. 9-15, National Business Women's week will be observed in every state in the United States as well as Alaska, Hawaii and Washington, D. C., and all 150,000 members of the federation in their 2,500 clubs will be working to—"Boost Your Town —It Boosts You." —o— Crabb-Petersen Wedding Is Held Nora Springs—St. Luke's Lutheran church in Nora Springs was the scene of the wedding of Miss Yvonne Shirley Petersen and Dr. Donald H. Crabb, both of Chicago, Oct. 2. The pastor, the Rev. W. G. Pfeffer, performed the single ring ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Marie Petersen of Nora Springs, and Dr. Crabb is a son of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Crabb of Cedar Rapids. Miss JoAnn Petersen, niece of the bride, was the vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. W. G. Pfeffer. The bride's brother, Carl Petersen, gave her in marriage. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Crabb of Glend;ve, Mont., brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Bill Martin of Greenfield and Robert Evans of Chicago were the ushers. Forty guests were entertained at a wedding reception in the church basement immediately following the ceremony. The couple left on a wedding trip to California and after Oct. 31 will be at home at Chicago. The bride attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls and the state university at Iowa City. Since then she has been service representative for the Illinois Bell Telephone company in Chicago. The bridegroom received his B. A. degree at Coe college in Cedar Rapids and his M. D. from the University of Iowa. He is now on the 'staff of the Norwegian American hospital in Chicago. He was affiliated with Nu Sigma medical fraternity at the Iowa university. Mrs. Crabb is a member of Alpha Delta .Pi sorority at the state university. Mrs. Marie Petersen, mother of the bride, entertained for the couple Saturday evening at a dinner for 22 at the Eadmar hotel in Mason City. —o— MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Allison—Marriage licenses have been issued to Marvin A. Boelts, 22, Iowa Falls, and Elizabeth Si ems, 22, Ackley; Earl Gopden- berger, 22, Greene, and Mildred Ann Downing, 19, Greene. New Hearing Device Has No Receiver Button In Ear Chicago, 111. — Deafened people are hailing a new device that gives them clear hearing without making them wear a receiver button in the ear. They now enjoy songs, sermons, friendly companionship and business success with no-selfconscious feeling that people are looking at any button hanging on their ear. With the new invisible Phantomold you may free yourself not only from deafness, but from even the appearance of deafness. The makers of Beltone, Dept. 40, 1450 W. 19th St., Chicago 8, 111., are so proud of their achievement they wilt gladly send you their free brochure (in plain wrapper) and explain how you can test this amazing invisible device in the privacy ot your own home without risking a penny. Write BcHone 1 today. PENNEY! SAVINGS «r v //f * Afe^- ' * *? ' ^/ ...... s ''I* **. , >' "•' ^ ?*' 51 GAUGE FIRST QUALITY NYLONS pr. New fall shades. Buy several pair! Main Floor FEATURE Women's All Wool Covert All Wool Tweed COATS $ 25 Your opportunity to buy that zip'out coat at a savings. Sizes 8 to 18. Balcony Women's BETTER DRESSES Hurry and Save! Lovely rayon taffeta and colorful rayon printed crepe. Balcony 27" WHITE OUTING FLANNEL Firmly woven with warm fluffy nap. A real .buy!. Main Floor BOYS' OVERALL JEANS 1.33 Sturdy and tough, sanfor- ized blue denim. Sizes 6-1C. Main Floor FEATURE! 100% WOOL BLANKETS LOOK.' SAVE; Winter green, aqua, plus many more colors! 72" x 84" double bed size. 3 Ib. wt. —Downstairs Store— £00 PLAID BLANKETS Special! Blue, rose, wine or green plaid pairs. 3'/2 Ibs. 72x84. 5% Wool —Downstairs Store— 400 36" Bleached MUSLIN % 19 c yd - 81" Unbleached SHEETING C&C FEATURE! MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 300 higher priced shirts at a low Cash- and-Carry price. First quality. White, pastels, stripes, fancies. — Men's Depi. — iso 2-Pc. Plastic CHAIR SETS 44 cyd. Men's Gabardine SLACKS Sturdy gabardines in a smooth blend of 60% rayon, 40% worsted. Continuous waistband, full reversed pleats, saddle stitched seams. —Men's Dept.— 5 OO e» Easy to clean! Red/ green, yellow/green print. Ruffled. —Downstairs Store— 88 GIRLS' COTTON PANTIES Solid colors in red, yellow, white, green. 4-14 39* Men's 100% Wool SHIRTS Bright bold blocks of 100% wool that laughs off cold weather. Zipper or button closure. S-M-L. —Men's Dept.— WOMEN'S COTTON WASH FROCKS Prints and plain color. Sizes 12 to 44. — Downstairs Store Women's FLANNELETTE GOWNS 1.79 White, Tearose, Blue. Sizes 16 to 2 Ox —Main Floor— DON'T MISS THESE VALUES! MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS "It's a great suit!" You don't have to be an expert to pick a good one off Penney racks. 100% virgin wool worsted sharkskin. MEN'S GABARDINE TOPCOATS See these handsome fall topcoats and you'll say "that's-for-me." And Penney's offers them to you at a new low, low price. Tan and Blue- gray. Sizes 37 to 42. Men's Chambray WORK SHIRTS TODDLERS' ONE-PIECE SNOW SUITS ......... Water repellent rayon satin twill snowsuits with mouton lamb coi.lar. Hat to match. Sires 1-2-3-4. ... . $10 .,.,,.. $12 ,.„,,„.,. 2.66 ,. T ..... T . . 3.66 GIRLS' SNOW SUITS, all wool, sizes 3 to 10 GIRLS' COAT & LEGGING SETS, all wool, 3 to 6x GIRLS' ALL WOOL SLACKS, sizes 7 to 14 . ... . WOMEN'S ALL WOOL SLACKS, sizes 12 to 20 1 09 Yes, men! Tough blue chambray shirts at a low, Cash and Carry price! 14'/2 to 17. Men's BRIEFS UNDERSHIRTS 44 Top quality cotton knit undershirt and briefs with full elastic band at waist. 36-44 and 30-40. MEANS SAVINGS FOR YOU! * s^ + < Women's Rayon BRIEFS Smooth-fitting rayon briefs ...Elastic waist, snug band legs. Individually packaged. jp or Pink, white. S-M-L. Women's X-Large Panties Comfortable rayon panties in extra large sizes — 48 to 50: You'll want several at Women's Nylon Brassieres ,4%f>- s< ' s CffECff VVTBAK ?, CASH-AHD-CARRY Perfect fitting white nylon "Stardust" bras. Exception al value. Guaranteed for one year. —Main Fitxir— NATION-WIDE SHEETS First Quality—Type 128 1.79 1.89 72 x 108 81 x 99 81 x 108 42 x 36 PILLOW CASE Known for long: wear all over the country! 98 100 Pair SHOES for the Women's Shoes Children's Shoes Men's Shoes ......... FAMILY $5 MEANS SAVINGS FOR YOU! s . *v k *\. » „ »> » J. BIG MAC OVERALLS You just can't beat Big Mac for wear, for comfort ... for price. Cut over graduated patterns for perfect high back. Sizes 34 to 44. BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS These sport shirts are alive with bright new colors. Long sleeves, sanfojdzed, vat dyed. Sizes^-6-8. BOYS' TWILL PANTS Sturdy long-wearing pants — built "to take it." Sanforized for perfect fit. Sizes 10 through 16. iso This Is NATIONAL BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK — OCT. 9 TO 15 ... v <xrf ^ ,.!< , ISLQwltCS'S

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