Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 15
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
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„ 16 „„ Sept. 21, M**«n C!ly Glole-Gi>zette, Mason Cily, U. Iris Nelson Wed to James Koons Leland—Center Synod Lutheran church was the scene of the wedding of Iris Ann Nelson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell B. Nelson of Leland and James O. Koons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Koons of Swea City. They were married Sept. 11 at 2:30 p. m. in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Thedoroe Aaberg, pastor of the church. Lowell C. Peterson of- Buffalo Center played a prelude of organ, music preceding the ceremony, and the traditional nuptial marches. Miss Rosella Olson sang. Both are cousins of the bride. The bride's gown and veil were made by the bride's paternal grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Klinetob of Mason City. Mrs. Kenneth Anderson of Alexandria, Minn., only sister of the bride, was matron of honor. The bridesmaids were FIGURINE PAINTING CLASSES Now Starting LEARN TO PAINT YOTJR OWN FIGURINES Fascinating - Interesting: EASY TO LEARN PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTRESS Will Teach You Enrol! Today Only Sl.OO Per Class Ralph S. Shepherd 27 1st S. t. PHONE 1362 eanne Johnson and Lavonne (Varriner, friends of the bride of "airmont, Minn. Donald Koons was his brother's estman. William Koons and Marand Berggren also attended. ''shers were Roger Nelson' and .ichard Hesvick. A reception followed the cere- nony in the church parlors. The couple left immediately fter the reception on a trip west hrough the Black Hills, coming ome by way of northern Minneota. They expected to spend a ew days with the bride's sister nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson of Alexandria. They will :e at home at 2184 South Grant, ^airmont, Minn. The bride is a graduate of the drmer Leland high school and Hamilton's Business college of Vlason City, and has been em- )loyed in the law office of C. L. Srickson of Fairmont, Minn., the jast 4 years. The bridegroom is a [raduate of the Swea City high chool. He spent approximately 18 months in the marines, and is now associated with his brother, Frankin Koons, of Swea City in the Swea City Oil company. PIQUNE-STARKWEATHER Clarksville—Mr. and Mrs. R. Piqune have received word of the marriage of their grandson, Lt. (j.g.) Robert L. Starkweather, son of Mrs. Elsie Starkweather of Los Angeles, formerly of Clarksville and Waterloo and Miss Margaret Lewin Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Wilson of DePew, New York. The marriage took place on Aug. 6 in the chapel of St. Mark's Episcopal in Glendale, Cal. Miss Jean Wilson oi DePew, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. The bride after attending business college in DePew has been employed for the past 4 years in the offices of Western Maintenance company in Los Angeles The groom since his graduation from West High in Waterloo received his commission from the University of New Mexico at Al- berquerque. He is stationed on the U. S. S. Firecrest. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home o Mrs. Helen Powell in Glendale The couple iS 1 at home in San Diego, Cal. BUY BLACKBIRD BETTER PEONIES —MARY BRAND— A large mid-season dark clea crimson which shows little trace of purple as blossoms age Will last a whole week as a cut flower, if cut in bud. Thi peony originally sold for 510 each. Blackbird Gardens % Mile North of Sugar Plant + SOCIETY NEWS + + Tesch-Fisher Nuptial Vows Spoken at Church Wedding WED IN RURAL CHURCH— Candelabra and baskets of white gladiolus and greenery formed the background for the wedding of Corrine Erdahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Erdahl of near Rake and Jay E. Putrah, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Putrah of Garden City, Minn., which took place Sept. 10 at C p. m. at the Bethania church north of Rake. The Rev. G. O. Wangberg performed the double ring ceremony. The bridesmaids were Miss Betty Bisek of Winnebago and Miss Margie Brown of Mound, Minn. The bride's niece, Mary Jane Nelson, was junior bridesmaid. Miss Ardis Skaden, cousin of the bride, served as maid of honor. Kathryn Lawrence of Delavan was the flower girl, and Robert Nelson, nephew of the ,bride served as ring bearer. Glen Putrah was his brother's bestman. Another brother, Dean Putrah, was an attendant. The ushers were Darrel Van Sickle of Garden City and Phillip Herion of Judson, Minn. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Mr. Putrah and his bride left on a wedding trip to northern Minnesota where they spent a week. Their home will be on a farm near Garden City. The 'bride is a graduate of the Frost high school and the Mankato State Teachers college and has been teaching in the Amboy school. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Garden City high school and attended the Mankato State Teachers college. Mitchell—At St. John's Lutheran church, east of Grafton, Doris Marie Tesch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tesch, Mitchell, exchanged wedding vows with Marvin Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher, Ackley, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2:30 p. m. Prior to the entrance of the wedding party, Mrs. Roland Eske, organist, played a medley of nuptial selections. Ushers were Hubert Dietcrich, Rudd, cousin of the bride, and John Frerichs, Dubuque, brother- in-law of the bridegroom. Luella Jordan, Mitchell, sang prior to the reading of the vows, accompanied by Mrs. Eskc. Matron of honor was the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. John Frerichs, Dubuque. Bestman was the bride's brother, Wilbur Tesch, with the bride's sister, Arlys, as flower £irl, and the bride's cousin, Gene Tesch, Osage, as ringbearer. A reception was held in the St. John's church hall with 100 in attendance. The couple left for a 10 days' honeymoon to the Black Hills, after which they will be at home near Ackley. The bride was graduated from the St. Ansgar high school, attended Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls/ and has served for the past year as rural histruc- tor in Mitchell county. Mr. Fisher since his school work in the Ackley schools, has been engaged in farming with his father. HOLY FAMILY CIRCLE ELECTS OFFICERS Holy Family circle No. 18 met at the home of Mrs. Grace Wilson, 730 10th N. E., Monday evening with 14 members present. An election of officers was held and Mrs. J. J. Gerard was elected the new president. Mrs. Charles Snipps was re-elected treasurer, and Mrs. Irving Belseth re-elected secretary. A few changes in the circle were made, and coming events for the fall season were discussed. Plans for a shower i'or the sisters of the parish were made. Court whist was played, Mrs. Belseth Russell Photo MR. AND MRS. MARVIN FISHER having the high score. Lunch was served by Mrs. Wilson assisted by Mrs. Walter Dennis. —— Q—— John Adams enjoyed the greatest longevity of any American president. He lived to be 90. Alchor Shrine Has instruction School Mrs. N. H. Wood presided at the meeting of Alchor Shrine at the Masonic .Temple Tuesday night, assisted by Delbert A. Gates, watchman of shepherds. A school of instruction, was conducted by Mrs. Ruth Harpster, district deputy, assisted by Miss Anna Wilson of Humboldt. ' Guests were present from Cedar Falls, Charles City, Humboldt, Des Moines, Iowa Falls, Rocklord, Osage, Nashua, Waterloo and Hampton. A • 6:30 dinner preceded the meeting with Mrs. E. R. Worley as dinner chairman. —o— GREEN-SPENGLER ' Allison—Miss Gladys Green, a daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. Francis Green, Des. Moines, became the 0 r i d e of Leo Spengler, Des Moines, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Spengler, Allison, in a double ring ceremony read at 1 p. m. Sunday, Sept. 18, by the Rev. L. W. "Hans, at the chapel in St. Ambrose Cathedral in Des Moines. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Raeburn of Des Moines. The bride is a graduate of the Downing parochial school in Des Moines .and is employed by the Equitable Life Assura'nce Society in Des Moines where she will continue her work. The bridegroom was graduated from Allison public school in 1942 and attended Drake university for 4 years. He is employed as a pharmacist at the King pharmacy in Des Moines. The couple will 1 live in Des Moines. Kits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ekborg and 2 daughters left Tuesday for their home at Tillamook, Ore., after spending 10 days at the home of Ekborg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ekborg. 27 21st S. E. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell have returned to Iowa City following a visit at the home of Mr. Powell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. S. Powell, 1115 1st N. W. Robert will be a senior in the school of medicine this year. The couple vacationed at Grand Rapids, Minn., and Mason City. —o— Osage Couple Wed-in Church Osage — Lucille Warrington, daughter of Harvey Warrington, became the bride of Robert Gunsaulas, son of Mr: and Mrs. J. A.:' Gunsaulas, Sunday, Sept. 18, ' at 3:30 p. m. at the Osage Lutheran church, the Rev. T. P. Solem performing the vows. Mrs. T. P. Solem provided the nuptial music, presiding at the organ, and Miss Marcella Rowland, vocalist, was accompanied by Miss Solveig Solem. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Ann Gunsa- laus, Little Cedar, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Selma Hagen and Mrs. Nels Nelson, Jr. Fern Dodge, Orchard, served as flower girl, and Richard Kozak, Riceville, nephew of the bridegroom, was ring bearer. Harold Warrington, Decorah, brother of the bridegroom, was bestman, with ushers Nels son, Jr., and Dean Gunsai Little Cedar, brother of the bi groom. A reception for 135 was in the Osage Lutheran ch parlors. The couple left for a 10 honeymoon, after which they be at home on a farm nortt of Osage. The bride was a studen Luther college, Decorah, serve a stenographic capacity, and present an instructor in the 1 township schools, which pos she will continue. Mr. Gunsaulas, ex-GI, has farming since his discharge, are officers of the rural youtl ganization' in Mitchell county, To bake pears cut them in lengthwise and remove the • Put the halves in a baking sprinkle them well with bi sugar and a little melted bi or margarine; add a few tt spoons of water to the bottoi the dish, arid bake' them, covt at a moderate temperature i they are tender. LICENSE ISSUED Hampton—A marriage license has been issued to Charles Wold- rop, 25, and Mary Carol Thompson, 17, Mt. Vernon. FOR -WORMS TABLETS A modern, medl- col1y-»ound treatment that geti r*al ratulti cute as a button! th/Button-top'' bumper Heads turn twice at this felt-banded off- the-face bumper in wool felt. 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