Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 28, 1949 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 28, 1949
Page 15
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Smestad-Tande Wedding Held Kanawha—The wedding of Miss Grace A. Smestad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Halge Smedstad of Dovray, Minn., and Everett V. Tande, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Tande of Kanawha, took place Sunday, Sept. 4, it was revealed here. The marriage took place at 8 p. m., at a candlelight double ring ceremony, in Our Saviour's Lutheran church in Dovray, Minn. Ushers were Oran Tande of Britt, brother - of the bridegroom, and Lowell Smestad, a brother of the bride. Robert Johnson of Kanawha, was attendant of the groom, and Mrs. Curtis Erickson of Dovray was bridesmaid. The bride was given in marriage by her father. A reception was held following the ceremony. The bride attended Waldorf college and the MacPhail School of Music and completed schooling at University of Minnesota. The bridegroom is a graduate of Kanawha school and of St. Olaf's college. He has been studying at the Luther Theologian college at St. Paul. He served a year internship at Oak Park Lutheran church in Chicago. He also served in the U. S. navy. They will live in St. Paul. POST NUPTIAL SHOWER FOR MRS. KITTLESON Joice—A post-nuptial shower was held Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Percy at Mason City as a courtesy to Mrs. John Kittleson, formerly Lorna Petersen of Minneapolis. Mrs. Orin • Kittleson of Joice and Mrs. Homer Escherich of Mason City were co-hostesses with Mrs. Percy. Relatives from Joice, Hanlontown, Northwood, Lake Mills and Mason City attended. Mr. and Mrs. Kittleson spent the weekend at the parental H. M. Kittleson home and left Sunday for Minneapolis to make \heir home. They both entered the University of Minnesota Monday to begin their work as senior students. TILE-TEX ASPHALT TILE FLOORS Here's one important ingredient in this restaurant'* success recipe! Besides being smart, colorful and eye-appealing— floors of Tile-Tex Asphalt Tile offer these worthwhile advantages for restaurants. They're easy to keep clean. Spilled foods or stains wipe off with no effort. Tile-Tex is comfortable underfoot. Doesn't begin to show wear even when trampled on by whole armies of patrons. Many colors, patterns and accessories available to keep pace with your decorative tastes. Tile-Tex is laid tile by tile for easy altcratf o asatlowcost. Call today for m ore informal! o n. R. S. WEBER CARPET CO. 209 North Federal Phone 931 SOCIETY NEWS Steinmetz-Chyle Married at Church Crosco—In a candlelight service at 7:30 Sunday evening, Miss Lois Steinmetz, daughter of Air. and Mrs. Leonard W. Steinmetz, became the bride of Herbert Chyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chyle of Protivin. The double ring marriage ceremony was performed in the Immanuel Lutheran church by the pastor, the Rev. Robert R. Ahrens. Miss Dorothea Woodard of Cedar Falls, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor and Miss Olga Chyle of Rochester, Minn., sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Darlene Stevens were bridesmaids. Robert Steinmetz, brother of the bride, Charles Whitney of Maynard, cousin of the bridegroom, and Gordon Farnsworth of Austin, Minn., cousin of the bride, attended the bridegroom. Donald Fencl and Gerald Dostal of Protivin were ushers. Following the ceremony, a reception for 250 guests was held in the church parlors following which the couple left on a wedding trip. The bride has been employed lor 3 years at the Cresco State bank and for the present she will continue her work there. For 2 years, the bridegroom has been in the navy, stationed at the Great Lakes Naval training station. He has been transferred from there to Willow Creek, Va., where he will report Oct. 16. Before entering the navy the bridegroom was the Howard county automobile registrar in the courthouse at Cresco. MITCHELL COUNTY ISSUES LICENSES Osage—Mitchell county marriage licenses were issued to Paul W. Retterath, and Mary Catherine Adams, Stacyville; Charlotte Ann Reasland, Osage, and Robert Lee Marvin, Charles City; Neil Bisbee, Stacyville, and Lucille N. Brandau, Rudd. Miton City Glob«-G»i«U«, M»ion CUf, U. Sept. 2?, 1949 II DAVIDSONS MASON CITY — IOWA'S LARGEST HOME FURNISHERS \Ji6it ^Department As far as the Constitution is concerned, a woman can be elected to the U. S. presidency. When filled with hot water, a thick glass will crack more quickly than a thin one. Oh, You Beautiful In Wilne Calf C Snub-nose BABY TOES...tiny-looking, pert, closed! They're new--they' re High Fashion in sleek, smooth WINE CALF 1 - Cut so deeply-daring in the adorable D'Orsay way that makes your ankles look sleekly-slim! You'll love'11 want them at $7.90. t k WED TO FORMER MASON CITYAN—Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Petersen of Minneapolis, announce the marriage of their daughter, Lorna Doone, to John H. Kittleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kittleson of Joice. The marriage took place Sept. 10 at the Lake Nokomis Pres— -*byterian church at Minneapolis, he Rev. Joseph Clark E>ana of- iciating at the double ring serv- ce. Mr. Paul E. Lundquist served is organist and Miss Margaret Sheridan was the soloist. The bride, who was given in marriage by her, father, was at- ired in a white silk wedding *own which she had fashioned rom material brought from Germany by the bridegroom. She also styled the gown of her flower girl, De Ette Petersen, a niece, rom the silk. Miss Cleo Jasman served as maid of honor and the Misses ally and Susan Scriver, identical twins, were bridesmaids. Orin Kittleson of Joice served ais brother as bestman. Homer Sscherich of Mason City and Dele r t Petersen of Minneapolis, jrother of the bride, were ushers. Following the wedding service, reception at the home of the bride's parents, was attended by about 100 guests. The bride attended high school at Joice and was graduated from Roosevelt high school at Minneapolis. She will be a senior this fall at the University of Minnesota, majoring in home economics education. She is a member of the Phi Chi Delta sorority. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Joice high school, a veteran of overseas service in the army and was affiliated with an electrical appliance store at Mason City before he entered the University of Minnesota, where he will also be a senior this fall, majoring in commercial and distributive education. He is a member of the Alpha Sigma Pi fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Kittleson are at home at 2939, 30th Ave. south, Minneapolis, and began their studies at the university Monday of this week, after spending the weekend at the parental Kittleson home at Joice. —o- th $£&&** /;¥- vfe^) m^^^^M^m^^ Fall GLOVE HITS DOUBLE WOVEN'PRESHRUNKiCOTTOHS with HAND'DETAILSi » RICH SUEOED RAYON STYLES! $150 . $195 HINE.. GREEN.TBEYGE:. BLACK.. BROW-Fall's breath-taking colors for your Fashion-First Gloves! 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ALPHI CHI'S VOTE CHEST CONTRIBUTION The Alpha Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening in the Cerro Gordo hotel at 7:30 p. m. Various committee reports were given and it was voted to make a contribution to the Community Chest. Plans were also discussed on rushing activities. Following the business meeting, Miss Mary Ann Mahoney gave the lesson on "Speech." She brought out that conversation is one of the most important elements in life. She said that many things are done to improve one's appearance, but most do nothing to improve conversation. Good conversation should meet the following requirements: Clear expression of ideas; good vocabulary; articulation and pronounciation; correct grammar; beauty of voice through inflection; modulation and correct breathing; and courtesy and attention in the listener. 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