Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 21
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, October 7, 1949
Page 21
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Suit Separates Decorah Church Wedding Scene Decorah — At St. Benedict's Catholic church, Miss Delores M. Hauber of Decorah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hauber of Davenport, and Floyd L. Bolgren of Cheyenne, Wyo., son of Mrs. Floyd Sanders of Cnlmar, were married by the Rev. Daniel O'Sullivan Oct, 3. Miss Alice Wagner and Norbert Wagner of Cedar Rapids, cousins of the bride, were the attendants. A wedding breakfast for the bridal party and immediate relatives was served at the Green Parrot cal'e, and a reception was held later at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Andres, where the bride has resided during the past 2i years. She was employed in the office o£ the Interstate Power company. The bridegroom is a teletype instructor at the United States air base at Cheyenne, Wyo., where they will make their home. —o— There are almost 42,000 locomotives in service on U. S. railroads. MRS. KATE HOFFMAN HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Kate Hoffman was honored at a birthday party at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Miles, 71G 4th S. W. Guests were Mines. Lyle Huff, Edward M u t h, Edward Hegvete, Henry Diercks, Clara Stoltenberg, Walter Stoltenberg, Howard Cole, Gilbert Mcllrath, William Mcll- rath and son, Leon; Kenneth Yakel, Dora Hoffman and Orville Stiltenberg and son, David. Five hundred was played and gifts were presented to Mrs. Hoffman. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. The day lily's name springs from the fact that each flower lasts only a day. LARSON-PERDUE Luverne Allen Larson of Minneapolis and Edith Perdue of Dresser, Wis., were married at the Wesley Methodist church Oct. 3 by Doctor Paul A. Peterson who read the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Staley Larson, Mason City, attended the couple. The bride wore a black street length dress and a corsage of pink Oct. 6, 1949 17 Mason City Globe-Gizette, Hkion City, rosebuds and her attendant' wore dark green with a corsage of yellow rosebuds. After a short trip, they will be at home in Minneapolis. —o— Accidents in U>S. homes killed 35,000 persons in 1948. 2953 SIZES 12-48 Introducing the indispensable 2- piece that lends itself to many locals! Try the kick pleated skirt in a timely tweed, the pocket edition jacket in a color blending piain—then jjvear as an unlihed suit or as separates. No. 2953 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38. 40, 42, 44, 46, and 48. Size 18 jacket, 2 yds. 54-in.; skirt 1& yds. 54-in. Send 25c for Pattern with name, address and style number. State size desired. Address Pattern Department Globe-Gazette 321 W. 19th St.,Ne\v York 11, N. Y. Just out! The Fall - Winter Fashion Book presenting fashions they are wearing now and new styles to come. Over 150 practical, easy-to-sew, up-to-the-minute pattern designs for all ages. I^member, it's smart to sew your own and save money. Order your copy now, price just 20 cents. IT- ' ' Alice Sheffler Honored Guest } Miss Alice Sheffler who will become the bride of George K. Thompson of San Francisco, Saturday at the home of her broth• er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ! J. C. Bishop, at Musc'atine, was ! honored at a potluck dinner given by the Phoenician club Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. . Harlan Girton, 36 Oak drive. : A gift was presented to Miss Sheffler. The committee in charge i included Mrs. Girton, Miss Louise Macket, Mrs. Chester DeSart and : Mrs. Paul McAuley. • Hostesses at a miscellaneous i shower Monday evening .for the i wide-elect were Mrs. Victor Nel• son, Mrs. Glenn Boggie, Mrs. Fred Pettis, Mrs. C. E. Cooper and Mrs. Roy McEwen. The party •was at the Nelson home, 666 7th N. E. ^Mrs. Doug Sherwin, Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. Roy Felt were -hostesses at a miscellaneous show- 1 er at the Anderson home at Clear Lake for Miss Sheffler. Bridge -was played, prizes going to Mrs. Hank Hook and Mrs. Robert Benson. WeddingTsHeld in Ionia Church Ionia—Miss Francella Schmitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Schmitz, became the bride of Vin- c'&nt Burgart, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Burgart. The Rev. Stirm officiated at the nuptial mass in St. Boniface church in Ionia. Mrs. Burgart was formerly employed in New Hampton and the bridegroom has been engaged in farming since his graduation from the North Washington parochial school. A shower was held at the municipal hall in Alta Vista the evening of the wedding. They will Iwe on a farm 5 miles north of Ionia. '•} MINERVA CLUB HAS MEETING AT SWANSONS Minerva Study club met at the home of Mrs. J. A. Swanson, 119 Pennsylvania S. E., Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lament Constable conducted the business session and named Mrs. Alvin Bartsch, Mrs. Harry Little and Mrs. Clifford Oeschger to the by-laws commit' tee Mrs. T. W. McDonald reviewed "Arctic Mood" by Eva Albey Richards. i A*^ inn WA-TAN-YE CLUB HOLDS MEETING The regular meeting of Wa-Tan- Ye club was held at the Cerro Gordo hotel -Tuesday noon. No program was planned for the day, and after luncheon a short business session -was held, with Mrs. G. Curtis Yell and presiding. WICKHAM-DUCOMMUN Iowa Falls—Mrs. Leonora Reynolds Ducommun and Gerald Wickham, both of Iowa Falls, were married Oct. 2. Double ring «ows were read in the Christian Reformed church by the Rev. Sidney Werkema. The bride is a daughter of Ernest Reynolds of Iowa Falls, and Mr. Wickham is • son of the late Ernest Wick- hams Attendants of the couple -STere Miss Ruth Wickham, sister of the bridegroom, and Larry Kness Mr. Wickham served in the navy during World war II. ' "The couple will live in Iowa Falls. 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