Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, September 23, 1949
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Kerr-Frakes Vows I Said at Waterloo Goldfield—St. Edwards Catholic church in Waterloo was the setting for a morning wedding ceremony, Saturday, Sept. 17, when Miss Patricia Anne Kerr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kerr of Watelroo became the bride oi Richard F. Frakes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Frakes of Goldfield. The Rev. Father Kropft officiated at the double ring ceremony and read the nuptial mass. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her sister, Miss Lois Kerr of Waterloo, was maid of honor. Larry Frakes of Goldfield, brother of the bridegroom, served, as bestman and ushers • were Harlan Frakes of Goldfield and Curt Glessner of Waterloo. During the mass, Mrs. Kenneth Fetrow of Vincent, aunt of the bridegroom, sang, breakfast was served at Neeley's Cupboard in Waterloo to the bridal party and immediate families. The bride is a graduate of the Waterloo schools and was grad- uated from Iowa State Teachers college in June, 1948. She was a teacher of the Goldfield public school the past year. The bridegroom .is a graduate of the Goldfield high school and received his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Iowa State college. He is now employed in Cincinnati, Ohio, as a radio technician. The couple will live at Erlanger, Ky. TEMPEL-BOEKE Popejoy—Miss Delores Tempel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tempel and Lowell A. Boeke, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Boeke or Hubbard, were married at the Little Brown church Sept. 18. The Rev. F. L. Hanscom, pastor of the church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was graduated from the Popejoy high school and following a course in cosmetology in Mason City, she had been employed in Iowa Falls. The bridegroom was graduated from the Hubbard high school since which time he has been associated with his father in farming. The newlyweds left on a week's wedding trip after which they will start housekeeping on his father's farm near Hubbard. /NSOFT FUR FELT Garfield P.T.A 'Board Outlines Years Work Garfield P. T. A. board met Wednesday afternoon at the school with the president, Mrs. Huston Peterson, presiding with 19 members present. Committee reports were given and the outline of the year's program discussed. Plans were made for the first meeting to be held Oct. 12 at 7:30 p. m. at the school. A reception is planned for the teachers and the principal. F. M. Maxwell will be the speaker. A bake sale sponsored by the .Garfield P. T. A., is scheduled to be held at Damon's Friday, Sept. 23. A fall clinic is to be held at Clear Lake Sept. 28. It was voted to send the officers as delegates and also to have as many board members as possible attend. A special school of instruction for officers and committee chairmen is to be held Oct. 5 at 1:30 p. m. at the Y. M. C. A. A party is to be had by the room having the most parents joining the P. T. A. during the membership drive. PIANO PRACTICE CLUB HOLDS MEETING The Piano Practice club held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Marlowe Evans, 1708 Pennsylvania S. E., Wednesday night with the lesson given by Lucile Bauman. Two guests were present, Mrs. C. M. Toft of Stanley, Wis., and Mrs. J. T. Garahas, Cleveland, Ohio, mother and sister of the hostess. (Mitchell County Gir! Married in New Mexico Sept. 22, 1949 15, Maion City Glob«-G««tte, Maion City, U. YOU AND VOVR. ft EM FALL COSfOMES. FINE FUR FEL T IN BLA CK, &£0Wfy GREY, MINE, NAVy, SP/NACH GRBENj COFFEE- I Cake Mix the finest w 0 C*i I /1 Iiave |- ever io/1'Mri. Jot Mltnwv' lovtlontt, Colotodo unn 104 North Federal M i>. Russell Pliolo WED AT GOOD SAMARITAN HOME—Miss Janice Alene Ueck- ard, daughter of Mrs. H. G. Hpelscher, 1807 Hampshire S. E., and Herman Deckard, 1802 Hampshire S. E., became the bride of Floyd Vincent Easley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Easley, 429 Van Buren S. W., on Aug. 27. The couple is now at home in an apartment at 404 West State. The bride is attending her senior year in the Mason City high school and *her husband is taking apprentice training in plastering under his uncle, W. J. Easley. The marriage service was performed at the Good Samaritan home with the Rev. M. C. Mueller officiating at the double ring ceremony. Miss Jane Bublitz was maid of honor and Jeff Tickal served as bestman. The bride wore a teal street length dress with black accessories and a corsage of red and yellow roses. The maid of honor wore a pink dress with black accessories and a corsage of pink and white roses. * Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother for the wedding party and a few close relatives. A buffet supper was served at the home of the bridegroom's parents. A pre-nuptial .shower for the bride was held at the home of Miss Bublitz. COAT \r Before You Buy a • OF ANY KIND • AT ANY PRICE COMPARE OUR VALUES! QUALITY! STYLES! PRICES! Our Values Lead! Why Pay More! *39 95 Others 26.95 to 65.00 THE COAT YOU WANT IS HERE... 100% All Wool Fabrics! GABARDINE SHARKSKIN BROADCLOTH COVERT SHEEN TWEEDS FLEECES Hew Rich Fall Colors WINE GREEN GREY BLACK BROWN Wide Choice of Styles ZIP-INLINED FLARED BELTED WRAPAROUNDS Complete Range of Sixes 8 to 20 Use Our Convenient Lay-A way Plan Make Selection Now, , While Stocks Are Complete Lowest Price Ever For Measured Proportioned Lengths 8 South Federal Ave. 15 Denier 54 Gauge Luxury sheer hose in our own exclusive dance-inspired shades . . , Ballet, Bolero, Tango, Cotillion. Osage — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ketelsen have received word of the marriage of their daughter, Virginia Mae of Albuquerque, N. Mex., to Sgt. Bob L. Powell, Jacksonville, Fla. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. F. A. Baker, Albuquerque, at the Alfred Smith home in Santa Fe, N. Mex., August 27, at 10 a. m. Francis Green and Edward Miller, both of Albuquerque, were attendants. The bride was graduated from the Little Cedar high, school, attended Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and Hamilton School of Business, Mason City. She was employed in a stenographic capacity at the Mitchell county Farm Bureau office, at the Converse Motor company, Albuquerque, and since March, 1948 has held a civil service position at Sandia Base, near Albuquerque. The bridegroom was born and reared in Jacksonville, Fla. He spent 4 years in the maritime service and will complete 3 years in the U. S. army air force next March. He spent a year in Alaska, and is now stationed at Sandia base. The couple is at home in an apartment at 509 South Alvarado, Albuquerque, N. Mex. —p— GUESTS LEAVE Manly—Mrs. Keith Frankhauser and children, Carroll Ann and Robert, who have spent the past month in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Frankhauser, will leave this week for Avon, 111., where they will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carter Trump. They will be joined there this \veekend- by Dr. Frankhauser, who has a surgical residency for the coming year at the Norwegian American hospital in Chicago. MR. AND MRS. BOB L. POWELL Report Approved Garner—Hancock county super- isors approved ihe engineer's re- ort stating that Contractor H. C. Young had completed his contract or the cleanout of Hancock coun- y drainage district No. 1 and 2 ind a hearing on the final estimate ivill be held Monday, Sept. 28. The contract on the project totaled J59.240. Our prices are based ^on volume, and small profits. This is the store jtiiat brought the price oif cigarettes from $1.95 to $1.79. Think it over. We deliver $2 orders free. No waiting here—No parking troubles. Pay cash and save the difference. Open till 6:30 — and Saturdays till 8 P. M. MORRIS FOOD STORE DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH. an Improved powder tc be sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth more firmly In place Do not slide, slip or rock. No eummy. gooey, pasty taste or feeling FAS- TEETH is alkaline (non-acidI Does nnt sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath) Get FASTEETH at any drup store. If; »** IN CHURCH WEDDING—At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Sept. 18, the Methodist church at Luverne was the scene of a wedding when Miss Grace Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen, Luverne, was united in marriage to Stanley Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, St. Louis, Mo. Preceding the marriage ceremony Mirian Howelis, Albia, sang. She was accompanied by Mrs. Ray Stone who also played the nuptial . music. The Rev. Robert Phillips officiated using the single ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Merle Chamberlain, Algona. The bridegroom's atend- ant was James Dunlap of Webster City. The ushers and candle lighters were Merle Chamberlain, Algona, and Richard Skow, Gilmore City. A 1 reception followed with 125 attending. The bride is a 1945 graduate of Luverne schools and finished her nurse's training at the Methodist hospital, Des Moines, this month. They will be at homo in Chicago, 111., where the bridegroom is a machinist. Hoverman-Pink Wedding Told New Hampton—Miss Rose Marie Hoverman and Howard Glen Pink were married on Sept. 19 at. 10 a. m., in St. Joseph's church here with the Rev. Robert J. Saunders, assistant pastor, performing the single ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Stanley A. Hill of Corinth, Miss., sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and Mrs. Francis Kalkbrenner of Charles City, aunt of the bride, was bridesmaid. Ray McDermott of New Hampton attended the bridegroom as bestman and Chester J. Pink, brother of the bridegroom, was attendant. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoverman. Th3 bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pink. A wedding dinner was served to 100 guests at the New Hampton Golf-and Country club. A reception from 2 to 4 p. m. was hela. The couple left on a 2 weeks' wedding trip' through the east. They will be at home in Alta Vista where they operate a cafe. Striking set of diamond engagement ring and matched wedding bands. 14K gold. Top quality at rock-boltom prices. '•fiEAfVALUE 'PAY Prices Include Federal Tax Daniels d CfniSi/isd Par/cct Zbiamondt JEWELERS Iw-SSYEAM 102 North Federal MASON CITY EXCLUSIVE JONQUIL HATS with OSTRICH AND FEATHER TRIMS • How to look like an heiress, yet be budget- wise'price . . . wear an extravagantly trimmed Jonquil hat . . . fine felts newiy alluring with picture-plumes, wings, feather curls. In many fall colors. Millinery Department Merkels-4/c/ens 'Bits About 'Em Mrs. Marion Olson, 114 14th N. W.,. and her mother, Mrs. H. H. Williams, have gone to San Antonio, Texas, for a 10-day visit with Mrs. Olson's sister, Miss Ludema Williams. They made the trip by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Halley, 1029 First. N. E., have returned from Sioux City where their daughter, Phyllis Smith, entered St. Joseph's school of nursing. Ava Manluve, also entering the school, accompanied them. Mrs. Emma Duncan, 517 Delaware N. E., has just returned from a 2J months' trip in Virginia and West Virginia. Among the highlights of her trip was attendance at the Baptist church in Bedford, Va., where she was baptized at the age of 16. She also visited at Lynchburg and Roanoke in that state. In West Virginia her visit included Charleston, Huntington, Montgomery, Mullens, the coal mines at Sabine, Beckley and Alloy. She made the trip by automobile accompanying her niece, Mrs. Earl Dooley, and husband in their automobile and came back by train through Cincinnati, Ohio, and Chicago, making stops at both places. Miss Mary Jean Paschen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Paschen, 3 Willow Drive, has been pledged to Chi Omega sorority, Drake university, Des Moines. Thirty-six Drake w'omen were pledged to the university's 7 national social sororities following the annual fall rush week. Monterey Has Everything Monterey, Cal., (U.R)—Any in- "Ka'Dfted' 'portion' of' 'the globe can be reproduced within a 10-mile radius of the Monterey peninsula, according to motion picture experts. Films made on location here have ranged from the deserts of Africa, the bnyous of Louisiana, the bush counlry of Austra- Ha,' to the Devon coast of England •. asriion SEPTEMBER 24 TO OCTOBER 8 \-\IQ shoe with the youthful fed SHOE DEPT. 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