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6 """ Sept. 28, 1949 Hai»n CHy Glote-Gtiette, Mason City, I». Clear Lake Briefs M!M Jane Woodstock arrived Friday evening from Minneapolis to spend the weekend with her grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Woodstock, and to attend the wedding of Miss Ramona Tanner and Kenneth Miller. W. H. Buchlelter, Veterinarian. 1137 W. 2nd. Ph. 866. Rainbow Girls will practice at Masonic temple Saturday at 2 p. m. Neal, the Cleaner, to close Oct. S to 9 for vacations. Miss Jeanyce Miller and fiance, Vernon Davis, Minneapolis, were weekend guests at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Paul Miller. Other Sunday guests were Roy Bates and daughter, Joy, and Jack Jolly, Grinnell. They came to attend the wedding of Kenneth J. Miller and Ramona Tanner. For Sale: Gas range, other articles. 115 Clara. Ph. 857-R1. Members of the Order of De- Molay held an informal dancing party at Masonic temple Saturday evening for members and friends. Calvin Ashland, Rodney Heetland and "H" Duesenberg were the committee. Recorded music was used and soft drinks were served. The next regular DeMolay meeting is Oct. 13. Golden Ripe Pears. Bring: bskts. $1.89. Knapp Market. Wayne Hill and Ralph Ott, Jr.. arrived Friday afternoon from , Fort Lewis, Wash., where they have been stationed the past year. Both have been discharged from the U. S. army and plan to enter college the 2nd quarter. For Sale: Girl's sno suit, size 8, like new. 908 S. 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill, students at Iowa State college, Ames, returned to ,Ames Sunday after spending the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, and family. For Sale: Good heater, coal or wood. Ph. 230. Charles "Chuck" Miller plans to return to his studies at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Thursday. For Sale: 8 pc. oak diningroom set. 207 W. Benton. Ph. 264. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Randlcman are the parents of a son weighing 9 pounds, 5 ounces, born Tuesday morning at Mercy hospital, Mason City. He has a brother, Bob, 4 years old. TTT Rummage Sale, Sno-White market. Fri. and Sat. 9 to 6. The St. Ansgar Lutheran Circuit meeting will be held at the North Prairie Lutheran church, north of Leland, Sunday afternoon and evening and Monday evening. The Rev. Ruben Mostrom as well as Carl Anderson, Earl Anderson and Lloyd Johnson, delegates from the Zion Lutheran church, will attend. Triple C auction sale Sal. 2 p. m. 712 S. 3rd. Furn. antiques, dishes, clothes. Phil Shimo, Auct. Anyone having articles to sell, call 446-J. In case of rain, auct. at Leg. Hall. Mrs. Cleve Monaghen, who will be in charge of gym classes of the Clear Lake Woman's club this year, announced Wednesday that the first meeting will be Monday evening at 7:30 in the high school gym. Mrs. Monaghen urges all members interested to attend so that different work phases may be discussed and a suitable evening picked for future classes. Gym clothes are to be brought to this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bangerter, Wichita, Kans., and their daughter, Mrs. Tom Rose, and Linda, Falls City, Nebr., are visiting Mrs. Bangerter's mother, Mrs. Bertha Weber, and sisters, Mrs. A. T. Jost and Mrs. Will Schultz, and families. The Rev. Alvin Rogness of Trinity Lutheran church, Mason City, will be guest speaker at the Lutheran Brotherhood meeting at the Zion Lutheran church the evennig of Oct. 6. Supper will be served at 7 o'clock with Naomi circle in charge. Mrs. Kenneth Petersen is chairman. Mr. and Mrs. DeLoss Baker, San Diego, Cal., are the parents of a daughter born Sept. 20. Mrs. Baker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reckard, 601 N. 3rd street, and will be remembered as Darlene Reckard. Mrs. Glenn Thome, 414 Burden street, arrived Monday from Cleveland, Ohio, where she spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Mathews, and family. Roy C. Schumacher, living south of Lakeside church, entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday evening. Tom Wood, Cubmaster of Cub Scout pack 103, spent Tuesday in Ames where he attended the 8th district Scout Crusade meeting. Clear Lake Globe Gazette IK YOUK PAPEE IS NOT DEUVEBCD B» «:M P. M., PH. 23» OR 249. NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER 6:45. Lock Photo AUTUMN SETTING FOR LAKE WEDDING—Tall baskets of white pompoms and orchid and white baby mum with greenery and lighted candelabi'a formed the setting foi the marriage of Miss Ramona Ruth Tanner, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank W. Smith,* U. S. marine corps and is now employed by the Great Lakes Pipeline company. Mrs. Miller is You would not Believe it— But it is the Truth —Visit TYLER-RYAN'S SAVE UP TO 50% SALE ON CHAIRS You will find choirs priced (ess than you could buy them wholesale— To prove this— * Visit TYLER-RYAN'S 29 - 2nd St. S. E. Mrs. Nellie Luther Buried in St. Joseph's Clear Lake—Funeral services for Mrs. Ray E. (Nellie) Luther, 47, who died Saturday at her home, 801 6th street, were held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Patrick's Catholic church. The. 1 Rev. J. J. Buzynski, pastor, was celebrant at the requiem high mass. Tom Pedelty and Patrick Breheny served as acolytes. Mrs. R. A. Monaghen and Frank Mullan, accompanied by Mrs. Don O'Neill, organist, sang the mass. Mrs. Monaghen sang "Ave Verum" as the offertory hymn and Mrs. O'Neill played "Beautiful Angel" following the mass. Pall Bearers Named Pall bearers were Walter Bisgrove, Albert Christenson, P. W. Fistler, Clarence Prescott, Harold Thompson and Frank Swanson. Burial was in St. Joseph's cemetery, Mason City. The Wilcox funeral chapel was in charge. Out of town relatives attending included Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Blair and son, Michael, Colfax; Ed and Floyd Gass, Melcher; Leslie Shupe and Mrs. Althea Lassahn, Osage; Joseph "Woodyard and Ruth Ellen, Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. John Woodyard, Mrs. Altia Whitmore, Mrs. Ed Koller, Cleo Luther, Mrs. Mina Luther, Mrs. Dewey Welcher, Mrs. Mildred Ma- ,ewski and Mr. and Mrs, Carl •Treeden, Mason City, and Mrs. Marie Nolte, Des Moines. Sisters Attend Sisters Mary Eileen, Avituf and Olivia, Mercy hospital, Mason City, attended as did September classmates of Miss Florine Luther, graduate nurse. Mmes. Margaret Deviney and Gertrude Borwald, house mothers at Mercy hospital nursing home, Mason City, also attended. Relatives unable to attend but sending messages were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keller, St. Mary's, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Barney Endref, Milo; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Juline, Melcher; Joseph Bauer, Artisan, S. Dak., 209 5th street, Clear Lake, and Kenneth James Miller, son of Mrs. Paul Miller, 106 Bell street, Clear Lake, Sunday afternoon at the First Methodist church. Satin roping marked the center aisle. The Rev. Warner M. Hubbard, pastor, read the double ring service at 3 o'clock. The date was the same as that of the bride's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nieman, who were married Sept. 25, 1904. Miss Mary Lou Brandt, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Harry Mason, sang "Because" and "I Love Thee" before the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" while the couple knelt at the altar. Mrs. Mason also played favorite old love songs before the ceremony and the traditional wedding marches. Wears Blush Pink The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of blush pink slipper satin made with sheer marquisette yoke and double bertha collar. The basque waist was -buttoned down the back and the long sleeves extended in a point over the hand. The full skirt was made with a long train and the fingertip illusion was attached to a Juliet cap edged with stephanotis. About the bride's throat was a single strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. Her shower bouquet was of white roses and stephano- Cub Scouts to Be Enrolled in Pack Friday Clear Lake—Plans for the Cub Scout pack meeting at the V.F.W. club room Friday evening were announced Wednesday by Tom Wood, Cubmaster. Dr. R. A. Winkle is institutional representative and Loren Whelan, Ventura, is assistant to Mr. Wood. New boys entering cubbing this year will be enrolled at this meeting, it was stated. Boys interested are to get in their applications before Friday. The Cub Scout committee includes Syd Thompson, Charles Davis, George Sedelmeier, C. E. Ashland, Dr. M. L. Knutson and C. E. Melcher. Den Mothers and their dens are Mrs. Thompson, 1; Mrs. Davis, 2; Mrs. Sedelmeier, 3; Mrs. Whelan, 4; Mrs. Ashland, 6; Mrs. Wood, 8, and Mrs. Knutson, 9. New leaders are to be obtained for dens 5 and 7. • All Cubs will go for a hayride at 7:30 Friday evening while their parents attend a meeting at V. F. W. hall. After the ride the new Cubs will be enrolled in the pack. Rainbow Girls Install Officers Juana Kay Baum to Be Worthy Adviser Clear Lake—Juana Kay Baum was installed worthy advisor of the Clear Lake Assembly of the. Order of Rainbow for girls in open installation ceremonies at Masonic temple Sunday afternoon. Patty Roseiand is retiring W. A. Other elective officers installed were Joan Swanson, worthy associate advisor, Joan Carr, Charity; Frances Davis, Hope, anrl Carol Garvin, Faith. Edith Hansen is recorder and Helen Buck treasurer. Installing officers were Judy employed by the Clear Lake Bank and Trust company. On Motor Trip Mr. and Mrs. Miller have gone on a motor trip to Niagara Fails and New York City. For travel the bride wore a druid grey suit with green accessories and corsage of white roses. Upon their return they will live at 106 i Bell street. Prenuptial courtesies given for the bride included a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. J. H. Woodstock given by the Misses Jane Woodstock and Ruth Buck and Mrs. Donald Tarr; a shower at the home of Mrs. Roscoe Miller, who was assisted by Mrs. R. Max Smith and Mrs. James Miller; a shower given by Miss Lois Zook at the Edwin Zook home and a shower at the home of Mrs. Louis Brandt assisted by Mrs. Glen Terhufen, Klemme, and the Misses Judy and Ann Nieman. Guests were present from Minneapolis and Austin, Minn., and from Charles City. Mason City, Steamboat Rock, Wellsburg, Iowa Falls, Lytton, Fonda, Grinnell and Ryan. FAREWELL GIVEN * MRS. BERFLELD Clear Lake—Mrs. V. W. Burk, assisted by Mrs. T. A. Hein, entertained a group of 16 women at the former's home Tuesday evening omplimentary to Mrs. J. G. Berold who is moving soon to Spirit ake. where Mr. Berfield has a osition as railway express agent. ?ourt whist was played with Mrs. lyde Bundy winning high score, rtrs. Oscar Sorlie 2nd and Mrs. Vank Rich consolation. Mrs. Ber- ield was presented a number of oing away gifts. URLEIGH PLEDGES TAU KAPPA EPSILON Clear Lake — Robert Furleigh, on of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fureigh, route 2, has beci pledged o Tau Kappa Epsilon social fra- ernity at Iowa State college, Ames; and Mr. and Mrs. Bower, Des Moines. Valentine Sells Jewelry Store New Hampton—John W. Sandusky, New Hampton jeweler, has sold his store to Nels T. Jensen of Rochester, Minn. Possession was given at once. I Livestock AUCTION .Friday, September 30—-12:00 Noon 500 CATTLE NOTICE: We start selling butcher cattle and veal calves at 12:00 o'clock. Please have your stock In early. STOCK CATTLE 80 Hereford Yearling Heifers, weight 550 to 660 Ibs. Good quality. 60 Hereford Heiferettes, weight 800 Ibs, 21 Angus Heiferettes, weight 800 Ibs. These are very good quality. Just had calves taken off of them and they will make a wonderful gain in the stalk fields. 50 Hereford Yearling Steers, weigh 650 Ibs. 60 Hereford Steers and Heifer Calves, weight 350 Ibs. 20 Hereford Heifers, net 800 Ibs., fat. Also many consignments of nativu steers and heifers of all weights. If you are in the market for cattle come and sec these good cattle sold. FAT CATTLE 20 Yearling Steers and Heifers, weight 850 ibs. Very fat. 12 Steers, weight 1100 Ibs. And many consignments of yearling steers and heifers out of dry lots. DAIRY CATTLE 6 Holstein Heifers, close up springers. 5 Shorthorn Heifers from one herd, good quality. 7 Holstein cows, close up. And others not Hated. If you are in the market for cattle of any kind, you will find what you want In the sale this week. We appreciate your consignments. HOGS Feeding pig* of all weights and bred ROWS are In demand. Consign your livestock to the CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. Chris Johnston, Jr., was best- man and ushers were Roger Miller, cousin of the bridegroom, Clifford Coffin, Donald Jacobson and Darrell Edgar. Mrs. Louis Brandt, aunt of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a gown of copper glow taffeta with full skirt and scalloped jacket made with long sleeves and loops and buttons down the front, and a matching Juliet cap. Her colonial bouquet was of mums, pompoms and roses in yellow and autumn shades. Bridesmaids Named Bridesmaids were Mrs. Donald Tarr who wore golden bronze and Miss Ruth Buck who wore dusty rose taffeta dresses made the same as the matron of honor's with matching Juliet caps. Each carried a colonial bouquet of autumn blossoms. Suzanne Petersen, flower girl, wore blue dotted organza and a band of flowers in her hair. She carried a basket of rose petals. James Bond, Mason City, cousin of the bridegroom, wearing a white suit, carried the rings in a satin calla lily. Mrs. Smith, mother of the bride, wore powder blue crepe with brown accessories and corsage of yellow roses and Mrs. Miller, mother of the bridegroom, cinnamon moire with brown accessories and corsage of Talisman roses. Following the ceremony a reception for 300 was held in the church parlors which were decorated with flowers and streamers in pink and white. The bride's table was centered with an oblong 4,-tiered white wedding cake decorated with pink roses and with miniature bridal couple on top. Pink candles with white bows and pink and white flowers were used to carry out the color scheme. Miss Miles, Pianist The bridal party was seated at a long table centered with a flat arrangement of asters and baby mums in autumn shades. Pink and green nutcups and pink candles completed the decorations. Miss Joan Miles, pianist, played during the serving. Mrs. Thomas L. Burns served <he cake, Miss Nancy Peterson was hostess, Mrs. Charles I. Hegg poured coffee, Miss Jane Woodstock served punch. Miss Jeanyce Miller was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Patrick Stork arranged the gifts. Waitresses were Mrs. George Linne and the Misses Valors Swain, Shirley Bacon and Bonnie Kimball. Three grandmothers, Mrs. Ben Nieman, 1010 S. 4th street, and Mrs. James Miller, 306 N. East street. Clear Lake, and Mrs. E. J. Eilers, Steamboat Rock, were present. Each had a special corsage. Both Mr. and Mrs. Miller were graduated from Clear Lake high school. Mr. Miller served in the Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY—Red Cross home service worker, City hall, B'.30 a. rn. unti noon. Girl Scout leaders, Mrs. John Roseland, 415 N. 1st street, 9:30 a. m. Kotary club, All Veterans Social Cen t«r, 12:15. Double Dozen club. Chuck Wagon, 1 Drama department of Clear l>ak Woman's club, Mrs. M. Brownstone 203 S. 2nd street, 1. Cub Scout den 9. Tomachicks, Mrs M. L. Knutson, 4:15. O. H. Bridge club, Mrs. A. C. Satcr 215 Holt street, 8, Grant township Farm Bureau, B e r Preacott home, 8. Merriman, recorder; Patty Roseland, advisor; Marjorie Baum, chaplain; Phyllis Thrams, musician, and Amy Arneson, mar- shall. DeMolay escorts were Larry Miller, Lowell Carrell, Dick Petersen, Lawrence Fell and Gerald Smit. Escorted by Father The new worthy advisor was escorted to her station by her father, Fred Baum, through a bow formed by 10 girls carrying lighted tapers tied v.'ith purple anc lavender streamers. The girls sans "The Rainbow Song" during this ceremony and Bernadine Gift sang "Over the Rainbow" preceding it Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baum, parents of the new worthy advisor were presented in the East anc her grandmother, Mrs. Helen Robinson, and sister, Marjorie Baum were introduced. Mary Lou Lud wig, grand treasurer, was pre sented in the East. Miss Ludwig presented a cor sage from the assembly to Mis Baum and Mrs. Peter Miller pre sented merit bars to girls who ha> earned them. Myrna Jean Miller was installs rill leader, Frances Repp chap- | ain; Joan Barlow, Love; Yvonne i ohnson, Religion; Netah Delcer, Mature; Virginia Luick, Immortally; Sharon Masters, Fidelity; crnadine Gift, Patriotism; Diane atton, Service; Mary Furlcigh, musician; Marigene Tierney, con- idential observer; Marilyn Anderon, outside observer, and Diane Vhite, choir director. Edith Hanen and Barbara Wood are the press committee. Committees Named Other committees are for merit wards, examining, courtesy, keeper of jewels, proficiency, arranging assembly, telephone and hostesses. The worthy advisor also named a complete list of pro terns who will :ake over for one meeting during her term. Miss Roseiand gave the past worthy advisor's report after which her mother, Mrs. John Roseiand, presented her a P. W. A.'s pin. The next regular meeting is Oct 10. Practice will be held this Saturday at 2. VFW's Will Sponsor Cub Scout Pack 103 Clear Lake — Plans to continue sponsorship of Cub Scout pack No. 103 were made by members of Saratoga post No. 4868, V. F. W., at a dinner meeting in the V. F. W. clubrooms Tuesday evening. A report of the work of the past year was read. It was noted there had been many advancements and much progress. The post voted also to set aside a sum for the benefit of a V. F. W. basketball team the post will sponsor. A trapshoot, the first this season, was announced at the shooting grounds on the Bisgrove farm just eart of town on highway 18, Oct. 9. Services Willis E. Miller Clear Lake — Funeral services for Willis E. Miller, 48, who died suddenly Saturday, were held at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. Warner M. Hub- 3ard, pastor, conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake' cemetery. The Wilcox funeral chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Wayne Wolford, Glenn Franks, Ward Smiley, Lloyd Easier, Harlan Reid and Fred Tesmer. H. Milo Hall, Stanhope, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Harry Mason, sang "Crossing the Bar" and "Be Still, My Soul," Flowers were arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr and Mmes. Reid and Easier. Members of Varity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., with Forde Lee in charge, conducted the Masonic ritualistic service at the graveside. Relatives preseht from out-of- town included Mr. Miller's father, Merton E. Miller, and. brother, Charles Miller, Marion; his sister, Mrs. Frank Hull, Winfield; an aunt, Mrs. Emma Miller, chanicsville, and a cousin, Roland Hausworth, Corwith. Me- Mrs. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends and neighbors for the lovely flowers, masses, and other acts of kindness extended to us at the time of the death of our mother and sister, Mrs. Nellie Luther. It was all deeply appreciated. Florine Luther Mrs. Edwin Blair Cecil, John and Joe Wood- 'yard. 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