Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 28, 1949 · Page 14
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12 Sept, 27, 1949 Mmion CUr Gl«to-Gai«lte, Mason City. I*. Miss Blankenship Weds Dr. Harper Iowa Falls—Miss Ann Blankenship of Iowa Falls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Blankenship of Indianapolis, Ind., became the bride Sunday of Dr. A. S. Harper, Jr., of Iowa Falls, son of Dr. A. S. Harper of Oelwein. The single ring ceremony was read in the First Congregational church at 2 p. m. by the Rev. Fred H. Schott, pastqr of the church, in the presence of the immediate families. Mrs. J. Wiljiam Thalman played organ nuptial music. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Grace Blankenship of Indianapolis, Ind., was her sister's maid of honor. Charles Harper of Des Moines, brother of the bridegroom, was bestman. Following the ceremony a lunch- con was served to the bridal party at the Shady Rest tearoom. Mrs. Harper attended the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and has been employed in the office of the Hardin county REA in Iowa Falls. Dr. Harper attended Coe college in Cedar Rapids, and was graduated from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. After his discharge from the navy he came to Iowa Falls to practice dentistry. The couple will live in Iowa Falls. T. A. E. CLUB HEARS MRS. MITCHELL T. A. E. club held its first meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. Foster Elliott, 80G Monroe N. W., Monday and a luncheon was served by the hostess and her committee. The meeting was called by the president, Mrs. Lester Milligan and members were given a travel talk by Mrs. Helen Mitchell on her trip to Europe. Mrs. Nina Pack of Milwaukee, Wis., was a guest. The next meeting will be held at the C. Roy Potter home. Oct. 10. AMVET AUXILIARY HOLDS CARD PARTY Amvet Auxiliary held a public card party at the Y. W. C. A. Monday night with women's bridge prizes going to Mrs. Roy Larson and Mrs. Hope Bemiss. Men's prize went to Willis Bemiss. Mrs. A. Lester won 1st in 500 and Mrs. H. Moraves, 2nd. It was announced that a social night and another card party will be-held at the Y. W. C. A. in October. The regular business meeting will be Oct. 10 at the Y. W. C. A. Lunch was served by Mmes. Anna Herzog, Ann Norton, Maude Radcliff and Mrs. Wilma Lowe. ACROSS FROM THE PARK a suit can fill ia lore too. . . with a shoe that's just right for it! Meant for each other... thi« Bare-Foot Originals «ho« and every suit yog own! 12.95 + SOCIETY NEWS + + TO WED IN MID-OCTOBER— Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Coates, 2405 Jefferson S. W., announce the engagement of their daughter, Darlene, to Dale L. Smith, son of Mrs. Ruth Smith, 136 26th S. W- The wedding date has been set for Oct. 19. Are House Guests at Stanbery Home Mrs. Minnie L. Bowen, daugh- :er of the late H. E. Francisco of Vlaosn City, now of Corona Del Mar, Cal., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steinberger of Santa Ana, Cal., are house guests in the home of Atty. and Mrs. Ralph Stanbery, 915 Delaware N. E. Mrs. Stein- aerger is the former Margaret Sorter. A number of courtesies are be- ng extended to the visitors by friends in the city and at Clear Lake. On Monday evening they were honored at a dinner held in the Pine room of Hotel Hanford with the following persons in at:endance: Mr. and Mrs. Stanbery, H. S. Stanbery, Howard Elder, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Dike and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Vineer. Following dinner the guests went to the Stanbery home to spend the remainder of the evening. The visitors expect to start for home Wednesday and will go by way of Salt Lake, and the Grand Canyon. D.U.V. Hear Report on Martin Service The Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil war met at the Hi-12 club rooms for the regular meeting Monday night with Mrs. Bessie Bull presiding. Mrs. S. Bemis gave a report on the funeral of the late comrade, James Patterson Martin, the last, Civil war veteran of the state of Iowa, at Sutherland which she and Mr. Bemis and Mrs. Roger Arndt attended. Mrs. Bemis reported that the Iowa department commander, camp of the Legion, attended the services and read the military rites of Martin. The department of Iowa, sons of Union Veterans, had charge of the services at the grave. All stores in the town were closed and flags flown at half mast. At the business meeting the tent voted donations to the Community Chest and to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Constitution day -was observed with Mrs. H. T. Roberts and Miss Ardella Belseth each giving an appropriate reading. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Bemis and her committee. The next meeting will be Oct. 10. WILCOX-BIENEMANN Clarksville—On Sunday at 2 p m. in the Evangelical and Reformed church, Miss Alice Wilcox daughter of Mrs. Pearl Wilcox became the bride of Gillen Bierie- mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bienernann of near Waverly, formerly of Clarksville. The Rev Edward Merz, pastor, read the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Ross Markle, o: Rockwell. _ Mrs. Nathan Becker played nuptial pipe organ music preceding the ceremony. Miss Marian Hirsch was maid of honor and Lyle Biene- rnann, Greene, attended his brother as bestman. Ushers were Galyn Engel and Wayne Rohlwing. A reception attended by 5C guests was held in the church par lors immediately following the ceremony. The bride has been employee the past 3 years with the Lutheran Mutual Aid at Waverly. The bride groom is on a farm near Sumne VELEDA'S TOUR TELEPHONE BUILDING Veleda study club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Carroll O. Adams, 305 Kentucky S. E., and following the lesson, which was given by Mrs. Bernard Main on "Hello," the group made a tour of the Bell telephone building. The tour was made through previous arrangement by Mrs. Main with Carl Dwyer, manager. Members of the telephone company assisting with the tour were John Sternad, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Jackley, Mrs. Gertrude Romig and Mrs. G. Felix. Following the tour the group returned to the Adams' home for refreshments. WILL LIVE IN COLORADO Allison—Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. Norman are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Marva June to Riley Williams of Colorado Springs, Colo. The wedding took place at the Bear Trap ranch at Colorado Springs Sept. 17. The ceremony was read by the Rev. John Shaffer, pastor of the United Brethern church at that place. The bride was given in marriage by John Dahlman of Colorado Springs. Attending the couple was Miss Shirley Kupker of Waverly was Edward Hansen of Colorado Springs. The bride was graduated from the Allison public school in May, 1947 and has taught in the rural schools of Butler county for 2 years. She went to Colorado Springs this summer where she has been employed. The bride- will make their home there. groom is a guide at the Ranch at I the church parlors. All formef Colorado Springs and the couple I members of the church and congregation are invited. Members ot the committee planning the event are Mrs. E.'L. Dow, Mrs. Roxy Wood, and Miss Edda Mason. The Rev. Clark M. Crowell is pastor of the church. Plan Dance to Raise Fund to Fight Polio Sheffield —A polio fund benefit dance will be held in the Memor- dance will be held in the Memorial hall ThMrsday evening. Refreshments will be served in the basement during the evening. All proceeds received from the benefit will be turned over to the National Polio Foundation fund. Plans Homecoming Iowa Falls—The First Baptist church in Iowa Falls will have a homecoming service, Sunday, Oct. 2. Following the morning service there will be a basket dinner in Iodine is obtained chiefly from kelp or ashes of burnt seaweed. FAVORITE OF MILLIONS St. Joseph Aspirin t» aspirin at its best. So fast. pure. World's largest seller at IDc. 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