Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 27, 1949 · Page 11
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Musicale Is Conducted by Students A. musicale was presented by the violin students of Mrs. Fred Stadelman at the . Y.. W. C. A Sunday evening at 7 p. m. The girls, were gowned in formals and Mmes. Keith Frantz, E. J. Huser and Carl Erbe were hostesses during the evening. The program opened with a violin quartet composed of Marilee Huser, Delores Tierney, Katherine Rumeliote and Margory Clement playing "Lullaby," "Whispering Hope," "Barcarolle Waltz" and "Happy Farmer." Gwendolyn Mueller accompanied them on the piano. A trio composed of Carol Ann Garland, Marianna Stadelman and Mrs. Stadelman who played the special 3rd violin part, played 2 numbers, "Cavantina" and "Valse Lente." Juline Adelsman accompanied. ' Marianna Stadelman and her mother played 2 violin duets, "Arkansas Traveler" " and "Santa Lucia." Miss Adelsman accompanied. A violin quartet composed of Janice Franz, Joyce Miller, Bar-1 bara Erbe and Janet Coatcs, Sheffield, played "Theme" from "9th Symphony," "Minuet in G," "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen," "Agnus Dei" and "Captain Brown Military March" with Dixie Peterson accompanying. Two vocal solos, "My Lovely Celia" and "Dawn" were sung by Bonnie Jo Adelsman, accompanied by her sister, Juline Adelsman. The Folkmann ensemble of Clear Lake played "Cornelies March," "Annie Laurie," "Minuet Waltz" from "Sleeping Beauty" and "Tambourine." In the group were Barbara and Bobby Folkmann, Mrs. Stadelman and Mrs. Folkmann. A violin quartet composed of Marianna Stadelman, Carol Ann Garland, Norma Jean Klarr and Joyce Miller played "The Gipsy Prince," "German Dance" and "Wings and Motor March," accompanied by Miss Adelsman. In closing a string quartet composed of Miss Juline Adelsman and Mrs. R. H. Tierney, violins, Mrs. Fred Stadelman, viola, and Mrs. W. A. Storer, 'cello, played "Serenade" by Mozart, "Larghetto" from the string quartet No. 4 by Boccherine, "Minuet" by Bach, and "Finale" from "Rider's Quartet" by Haydn. + + SOCIETY NEWS + + 3otest-tone Shirts Spice your Suits and Skirts COLORS: Wheat GoZo! Evergreen mite Red 'Magnoli a Red (fine Blue B.SU.95 Fashion's soft SHIRT BLOUSES add sparkle and zest to your suits,, ski rts, sportswear! Tailored to a T--of petal- smooth fine crepe. Styled with long or short sleeves. » Fashlon-Stnartl With long- point coll ars, stitched details. Sizes 32 to 38. Buys at $3.95 and $4.95 ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT— Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hesse of Marble Rock announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Phyllis Arlene, to Roger Berk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berk, of Greene. Reasland-Marvin Wedding Held Osage — Miss Charlotte Ann Reasland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Reasland, became the bride of Robert Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marvin, :harles City, Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at the chapel, First Methodist church, Osage. The Rev. C. D. James performed the ceremony, with Mrs. Albert Swanson as pianist. Attendants were Miss Shirley Boggess, 'Charles City, and Clyde Reasland, brother of the bride. Reception was held at the parental Reasland home for 35. The couple is at home at Charles City. The bride attended the Osage high school, and has been employed at the Chat and Nibble Sandwich shop. Mr. Marvin attended the Charles City high school, spent 3 years in service, and is now employed at the Oliver Corporation, Charles City. LICENSES ISSUED Garner — County Clerk Ruth Hughes issued marriage licenses the past week to : Merrill E. Aitchison, 21, of Mason City and Hazel I. Beaman, 19, Mason City; Robert Raymond Snyder, legal, Des Moines, and Marjorie Marie Fox, legal, Britt. Marriage Is Performed at Holy Family Church Miss Ruth Yegge, daughter of Mrs. Clara Yegge, 324 12th S. E., became the bride of Milton Young, son of Mrs. Jennie Young of Cleat- Lake on Sept. 17 in a double ring ceremony performed at Holy Family church with the Rev. Vincent C. Merfeld officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Leo Meleney of Garner. Mrs. Harlan Stille, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Raymond Scott, friend of the bridegroom, was bestman. The bride wore a white satin gown with finger tip veil and carried a white prayer book and red and white roses. The matron of honor wore a blue formal witli a shoulder length veil and carried a bouquet of red and white roses. The bride's mother wore a navy blue dress with matching accessories and the bridegroom's mother wore a black dress with black accessories. Their corsages were gardenias. For going away the bride wore a gray taffeta dres? with black accessories and a gardenia corsage. Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schumaker, Mr. \\ ( v VALUE SCOOP! # A Smoothie Suit that fits into so many schemes, .takes yoir prettily to the places you go! It's a Beauty..it's a BUY in fine, wrinkl free *WOOL and Rayon SHARKSKIN. Plus ail Style--you «et DELUXE TAILORING: • Handmade Buttonholes • Side Slit skirt 9Softly-rounded hip iabs •for slim flattery! •Beautiful Crepe lining!: •Tan or Grey. Sizes 10 to 18. $22.75 e- :ts T 7 " /,' \ t Style sketched, one of two. \ delightful / styles* | L Teamwork 2023 SIZES 10 - 20 One of those wonderful new jumpers no wardrobe could, do without — snug in the bodice and full in het skirt, with scalloped cuff-detail to set it off! Pattern includes round collar blouse. No. 202.3 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 16 jumpef, 2g yds. 54-in.; blouse, 2| yds. 39-in. Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Address and Style Number. State Size desired. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Just out! The FALL-WINTER FASHION BOOK, presenting fa- sihons they are wearing now and new styles to come. Over 15C practical, easy-to-sew, up-to-the- minutes pattern designs for al] ages. Remember, it's smart to sew your own and save money. Order your copy now, price just 20 cents. 'Bits About 'Em Mrs. E. M. Jacobson, 541 19th S. E., arrived home by train Sunday from S?.n Bernardino, Cal., where she spent the last month visiting her daughter, Lela, vv.ho is employed there, by the social security board. Deborah Jeanne is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Doughman of Des Moines for their daughter born Sept. 22. Mrs. Doughman is the former Marcia Kerr of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith, Parker, Ariz., and Glen Smith of Cedar Rapids, have returned to their homes after a visit with their mother, Mrs. Anna W. Smith, 123J North Federal. Mrs. Alice Pollard of Los Angeles, Cal., was also a visitor with Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pedelty and son, Paul, have returned from a 3,500 mile trip that took them north throngh Canada and on over to New York. Their route included northern Wisconsin, upper Michigan on through Sioux St. Marie, across St. Ingance to lower Michigan, then to Niagara Falls, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, returning through upper New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. They reported • being only 20 miles from Toronto the night cf the Noronic ship fire. They also reported seeing no sign of frost until they reached home. —Tosel photo MRS. MILTON YOUNG and Mrs. Clayton Dover and Sharon Kay, Madison, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Millard Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Mixdorl and Charlene, Waterloo; Pvt. LeRoy Yegge, stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex., was also home for the wedding. KEEFE-BERGE Decorah—Wednesday, Sept. 21, at 4:30 p. m., at the Glenwood Lutheran church, Miss Ellen Keefe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Keefe, and Walter Berge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Olaus Berge church, Rickardsville. They will of Decorah, were married in a ceremony performed by the Rev. N. O. Oversdall. Mr. and Mrs. (rant Grinna and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keefe were the attendants. Following the ceremony dinner was served to the wedding party at the Green Parrot cafe. The :ouple will make its home in Decorah. Mr. Berge is employed in the wagon factory at Calmar. Mrs. J. E, Stinehart, 115 Adams N. W., has as a guest in her home ner sister, Mrs. Lionel Merrill of San Gabriel, Cal. Miss Margaret Bagley, 938 North Federal, has returned from a trip to the northwest which included such points as Seattle and Olympia in Washington, Victoria in British Columbia and Lake Louise and Banff. She reported 8 inches of snow at Louise and Banff when they arrived there on Sept. 10. Miss Bagley made the trip with a P. E. O. ocnvention tour which she joined after the group had attended the convention as delegates. Sept. 26, 1949 9 Mason City Globe-UaxeUe, Masvn City, U. MARRIAGE REVEALED Kanawha — Guy Prelip, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prelip of Kanawha, and Miss May Belle Samek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Samek of Spring Creek, Texas, were united in marriage Sunday, July 3rd, it was revealed here. The Rev. Jordan, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Mary Samek, and Louis Pre- lip, a brother of the bridegroom, was bestman. A reception followed the ceremony. Electrolux SALES AND SERVICE O. A. BUECHLE Phone 5870-J or write 910 6th Street S. E. Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland comprise the Scandinavian countries. DO YOU NEED A NEW CHAIR for your DINING ROOM BEDROOM LIVING ROOM or YOUR OFFICE or YOUR DEN or YOUR KITCHEN If You Do— Visit TYLER-RYANS FURNITURE CO. 29 Second St. S. E. AND SAVE UP TO ONE-HALF POPULAR Our most popular furs (and yours, too) are wearing low price tags, this season. 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