Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 27, 1949 · Page 12
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8 Sept. 26, 1949 Mkion City Gl«b«-GixeUe, M»*oi> City, la. Couple Returns to Live at Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Lowell A. Boeke have returned to Hubbard where they will make their home. The couple was married at the Little Brown Church at Nashua on the afternoon of Sept. 11 with the Rev., F. L. Hanscpm reading the single ring ceremony. Before her marriage, Mrs. Boeke was Miss Delores Temple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Temple of Alden. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Boeke of Hubbard. Music at the wedding was provided by Mrs. Hanscpm at the console. She accompanied the vocalist, Miss Virginia Idso, who sang the traditional wedding songs. The bride wore a cocoa brown crepe dress with darker brown accessories. Her corsage was red roses. Miss Vivian Temple, her •sister and bridesmaid, wore dark brown satin with green accessories arid a corsage of yellow roses. Lowell Uschkrat of Hubbard was bestman. The bride is a graduate of the Popejoy high school and the Mason-City school of beauty cultur.e. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Hubbard high school and since his discharge from the service has been associated with his father in farming. A reception at the Zion Evangelical church parlors at Hubbard was planned in their honor upon their return from the wedding trip. —o— TROOP 13 HOLDS FIRST MEETING Girl Scout Troop 13 was scheduled to hold its, first meeting of the year at the home ? of Gail Grippen Monday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Dont be embarrassed by loose false , teeth slipping, dropping or wabbling when you eat. talk or laugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTKETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more firmly. No Expect Large Delegation at Parent-Teachers Congress Social Calendar Orthodox MONDAY Y. W. C. A. board— 7:30, Y. W. C. A. American Hellenic Youth Association— 7:30, church. Alpha Chi of Beta Sigma Chi— 7:30, Hotel Cerro Gordo. Veleda Study club— 7:45,Mrs. Carroll O. Adams. Amvet auxiliary— 7:45, card party, Y. W. C. A, D. U. V. auxiliary— 8, club rooms, 10H Delaware S. E. Hawkeye Movie Makers and Slides 8, Y. M. C. A. West Haven Dorcas circle— 8, church Beta Sigma, Phi Beta Phi— 8, Hotel Hanford. TUESDAY Wa-Tan-Ye— 12, Hotel Cerro Gordo. Bethlehem Ruth Circle— 1:30, Mrs. Grover Seeberger, Jr., 1017 Quincy N. E. W. R. C.— 2, Labor hall. N. A. P. E. auxiliary— 7:30, Y. M. C. A. Catholic Daughters^ 8, K. C. hall. , Mot..,e lodge— 8, Moose hall. Women's Labor auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. Rainbow Girls— 8, installation, Masonic temple. St. Barbara's circle— 8, Mrs. Glen Ralph, 105 Presi- . dent court. Immanuel Fellowship— 8, church. Subordinate lodge, No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. . HONORED AT TEA Miss Georgia Harklerode was honored at a tea and shower given by Mrs. Francis Darland at the Y. W. C. A. on Sunday afternoon. The tea table was centered with white gladiolus and red roses. Some 50 were in attendance. It's alkaline •t any drug store. , goo ^r y> pas &» ^51* £**<£$£& Miss Harklerode is to be married ine (non-acid). Get FASTEETH — &_«,,,,. rit-af |on Oct. 5 to Arthur Graf. Lock Photo MARRIED AT ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH—The marriage of Miss Dorothy Anne DeSomery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence J. DeSomery, 545 4th S. E., and James Reynolds Morse, son of Mr. Doctor 'Bryan Main Speaker in Afternoon A large delegation from Mason City is expected to attend district No. 2 fall conference of Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers, which will be held Wednesday at Clear Lake at the All Vets Social Center. Mrs. Wayne McGowan, Mason City, president of the district will preside at the business meeting. Doctor Ray J. Bryan of Iowa State college, Cedar Falls, will be the main speaker at the afternoon session using as his topic "Freedom to Grow in the Home." Doctor Bryan became associate professor of vocational education and director of the teachers placement bureau at Iowa State college in June, 1946. He is a graduate of Kansas State college, receiving his master of science degree there in 1937 and he holds a doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Nebraska. Mrs. J. J. Koolbeck of Garner, state rural extension chairman, will talk on P. T. A. procedures in the morning session. Registration will begin at 9 a. m., with a coffee hour through fhe courtesy of the Clear Lake P. T. A. and the meeting will be called to order at 10 o'clock. Luncheon reservations were scheduled to be made to Mrs. Robert Hayden, Clear Lake by Mon- 4 —Kirk Photo MRS. WAYNE McGOWAN and Mrs. Edgar G. Morse, 28 Carolina S. E., took place Saturday at 4 p. m. at St. John's Episcopal* ~ church with the Rev. Arthur' Pritchett officiating at the ceremony. The altar was banked with white chrysanthemums and white gladiolus and bouquets of these flowers were on the chancel steps. Greenery and candelabra formed the background. Satin ribboned chrysanthemums and white gladiolus tied the pews. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Roscoe Patton played a half hour of nuptial music. For processional music she played W a g n e r's THE PARIS-PROMPTED SIDE TILT HAT AS EXPRESSED BY "Bridal Chorus" and for the recessional, the wedding march from Mendelssohn's "Lohengrin." The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory satin gown, the sleeves and collar with seed pearl trim. Her illusion veil was finger tip length. She carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. Mrs. William Haynes, Mason City, was matron of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Cynthia Weston, Mason City, and Miss Emily Chinn of Ely, Minn., roommate of the bride at Rockford college, Rockford, 111. They all wore gold and beige, brocade with brown velvet calots and carried colonial bouquets of yellow roses surrounded by bronze chrysanthemums. Mary daughter of Dr. EXCLUSIVELY OURS! Such stunning silhouettes .... shaped in rich fur felts with imaginative trims. Exclusively here for you in black and glowing autumn colors. 5JQOO Millinery Department THIS WEEK AT OUR TOILETRIES DEPARTMENT t VliM cJLucitte REPRESENTING THE BONNE-BELL CO. Come in and consult with Miss Groves today She will gladly demonstrate these ever popular Bonne-Bell items ... If you have a special problem you would like answered regarding your beauty make-up, take advantage of this special demonstration today . . . Miss Groves will be here all this week. • PLUS 30 CREAM • PLUS 30 LOTION • TEN-O-SIX LOTION . • CLEANSING CREAM • NITE & DAY MAKEUP • POWDER, ROUGE AND LIPSTICK TOILETRIES . . . DAMON'S . . . STREET FLOOR Ellen Swanson, and Mrs. L. W. Swanson, was flower girl and wore white satin and carried a nosegay of yellow rosebuds and white carnations. Frederick Patton, Clear Lake, was bestman and ushers were Robert Priester of Davenport and Walter Wingate of Minneapolis. Priester and Wingate were roommates of the bridegroom at Dartmouth college. David Egloff was acolyte. Mrs. DeSomery wore navy blue with wine accessories and her corsage was white gardenia and pink sweetheart roses. Mrs. Morse wore dark plum with fuschia accessories. She had a corsage of pink orchids. A reception was held at the Wedgewood room at Hotel Hanford immediately following the ceremony. The room was decorated with greenery and bouquets of white asters and white gladiolus. The bride's table was centered with a cake on eithet side of which were arranged white chrysanthemums and yellow roses. Hostesses were Mmes. M. D. McMichael, Carleton Stewart, Francis Eighmey, Frederick Duffield, Raymond Weston, Harry Conover, E. H. Wagner, M. A. Bost, L. W. Swanson and Miss Ethel Ehlers. The bride's going away suit was brown velveteen with a mink ascot. Mrs. Morse was graduated from :he Mason City high school and Rockford college. Mr. Morse, also a graduate of the Mason City high school, received his B. A. and M. A. degrees from Dartmouth college, Hanover, N. H. He is associated with his father in the E. G. Morse Produce company. Out of town guests included Mrs. Howard C. Blake, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mellema, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mellema, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Kutzner, Cynthia and David, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Warner P. Blake, Hopkins, Minn.; Miss Laura DuBard, Charleston, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hosmer, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Beahl Perrine, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nutt, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Borden, Chicago, 111. After a motor trip they will reside at 126 2nd S. E. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Morse honored the young couple at a dinner at their home on Friday night and several prenuptial courtesies were held for the bride. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Fort Atkinson — Mr. and Mrs. Michael Meyer of Rickardsville have announced the engagement of : their daughter, Luella Margaret, and Benedict TeKille, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius TeKille of Fort Atkinson. The wedding will take place Tuesday morning, Oct. 18, at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Rickards viile. They will reside on a farm near Rickardsville. day. The afternoon session will be called at 1:30 and special music will be provided by the Clear Lake Women's club chorus. Officers for district No. 2 include Mrs. McGowan, president; Mrs. H. D. Hamm, Charles City, 1st vice president; Mrs. - W. H. Duesenberg, Clear Lake, 2nd vice president; Mrs. T. W. McDonald, Mason City, secretary, and Mrs. Clarence Jenn, Charles City, treasurer. Committee chairmen appointed include Mrs. C. E. Oeschger, Mason City, program; Mrs. Vern E. Mott, Mason City, publicity; Mrs. J. J. Koolbeck, Garner, extension; Mrs. O. T. Nolte, Hampton, parent education; Mrs. J. Arthur Swanson, Mason City, magazine and publications; Mrs. Marvin Peterson, Mason City, publicity record book; Mrs. W. H. Duesenberg, Clear Lake, parliamentarian; Mrs. H. D. Hamm, Charles City, membership; and Mrs. John Roseland, Clear Lake, visual education. Bailey-Lennard Nuptials Held Iowa Falls—Miss. Jo Ann Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bailey of Iowa Falls, became the bride of Sgt. James R. Lennard, son of O. P. Leanard of Tampa, Fla., Sunday. Double ring vows were read in the First Congregational church at 8 p. m. by the Rev. G. Everett Figgs, pastor of the Christian church, in the presence of 200 guests. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Attending the bride were her sister, Mrs. Herbert Klein of Iowa Falls, matron of honor, and Miss Mary Bleasdell of Rockwell City. Herbert Klein was bestman and Willard Klein was an attendant. Mrs. Walter Bailey of Fort Dodge, aunt of the bride, accompanied Miss Margaret Klein o£ Marshalltown, who sang. Following, the ceremony there was a reception in the church parlors. Mrs. Lennard has just completed training at the Iowa Methodist hospital school of nursing in Des Moines. Monday the couple left for Tampa, where Sergeant Lennard is stationed. Youth Guidance Is Federated Clubs Topic "Youth Guidance" and "Mental Health" will be 2 important subjects discussed when the 3rd district of Federated Women's clubs convenes in Cresco, Tuesday, Oct. 11. Mrs. William Seidler of Jamaica, Iowa, state chairman of the Youth Guidance committee, will preside at a forum on youth guidance in . the morning, 8 department chairmen participating. "Mental Health" is a new division of women's club work. It's aims will be discussed briefly by the division chairman, Mrs. E. T. Peterson of Primghar. A broad and interesting program has been planned for the Oct. llth session at Cresco. Registration and meetings are at the Methodist church, with noon luncheon at the Assumption church. Luncheon reservations must be in the hands of Mrs. R. W. Peckham of Cresco by Oct. 4. lack Photo TO WED IN OCTOBER—Mr. ; and Mrs. F. L. Hall, 680 3rd N. E., announce the .engagement and approaching marriage of their .daughter, Mary Lou, to Ted Veeder, son of Mr. and "Mrs. Ted R. Veeder, 1209 Jefferson N. W. The wedding will take palce in October. Wise Mother FINDS NEW For STUFFINESS, COUGHS of COLDS Wise mothers know how really effective Vicks VapoRub Is when you rub it on. Now, they know for new, amazing, all-family relief when there's much coughing or stuffiness . . . it's wise to use VapoRub this special way, too... in steam! It brings relief almost instantly. Put 1 or 2 good spoonfuls of VapoRub in a vaporizer or bowl of boiling water, as directed in Use if in steam—Rub it on, tool package. Then . . . breathe in soothing, medicated vapors. Every breath eases coughing, relieves that "chokey" feeling. For continued relief—even while you sleep —rub it on, too. 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