Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 26, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

Estherville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 26, 1952
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Social Ncw» DeWitt Booth and Shirley Northey ISuptials Announced By AI.ICK IIIUIMiOTHA.M Tlif \vcddin>r of Mis.-: Shirlcv Naomi iNoithf.v. dauRhtcr of Mr. and MIS . Gilbert U. Norlhov ol MilforU and Mr. D>- Witt Booth, Hon of Mr. Lor n Bnolh of Ha' Ian and Mr.i. Lilly Booth of Nc-.v- ton. wa.") ."-oil ninizfd Sunday. June 22 at .1 p m. at thi- Excelsior church in Milford. Thr Ri?v. GJad"' Sict.sma of Ert^-ctnont. S. D., officiated at the double rinc service-. Bufiket.^ and l/injrjuft.s of doub'.'- mock oranne blossoms were u.«ed tc di:corati- the chuich. The altai rail was cneped ii'ith Solomort'.^ Seal. MiH. Call Wi.rdelman of Siou- Kall.s. S. IJ.. liiK 1 .scliool music tea-1 i:hf;i of Mi.SK Northey wa.s pirtnisl .She playod a prelude of nuptial music including "Ble.^s Thi.i'. "Through Th.' Ye^irs". and "Clair de Lune", and accompanied Dale Goodell of St. f^aul. cousin of tlie bride, who s.inK "Because' Ix'forcf the ceremony Warner's. "The Bridal Chojus" from Lohen- j;rin was used as the procesEion2l. Mr. Goodell saniu' "The Wcddlnj; r-'rayer" at the conclusion of the .vervice. Mendelssobn'-i wcddin^; march was used as the recessional The bride, i;ivin in marriapp by )i<r father, wore a gown of whit*:- .••.•itin and nylon lace, fashioned with long pointed lace sleeves, a stand-up lace collar, fitted bodice and skirt ending in a long train. Her finger lip veil of nylon tulle was held in place by n tiara fashioned of tulle, trimmed in .satin < Daily News engraviniii .MKS. DKWITT BOf )Tn * * * Amvet.". Mr. Booth h;i? a positi'.i' for the .•;ummer month." -.vith th. i Mather Box Car Co. at Waterloo : and thi.« fall he will c-ath a!hlet-; ica and leac'n industri; 1 arts at i Thornton high pchool. Mr." Booti: ' will teach fifth jriade at th" sam : school. Out of town puests wei- Mr- Lilly Booth, Vicki Lee. and Everett Kumm of Ne-v\non: Loren E. Booth. Mr and Mrs. Ru.s.seJI Juhl. of Harlan. Ted Booth, and Rosemary Cornelius of Omaha. Char-| lene Booth, Palma Peter.=on. Je MK. A.VI) MRS. AL.\N H.XRKIS .M< tho'ii.-l church in Superior. S: * I Daily No-ws engraving) married June 14 at the Alan Harris-) Ardis Smith Are Married at Superior and pearls. She wore a single | ry Bramer. and Norval Huisman strand of pearls a.^ her only bit o'| of Elkhorn, Mr. and Mrs. Richard j<;welry, and carried a bouquet oi white roses and stephanotis. • Miss Norma Jean Gould of Milford, former high sctiool cla."jsmato and friend of the bride. wa.-i maid of honor. Her floor-lcngtl-. gown was of orchid taffeta and Peterson of L'ndcrwood. Mr. an.l Mrs. Dwipht Meyer. Loi;; and Jini. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Thomp.son. all of Odebolt; Mr. and Mis Clyd- Meyer of Rockwell City. Mr.-:. Ronald Johnson and Mark of Wat erloo, James Bell of Copgon, Misi Ethel Ma;- Northey of Muscatine, she carried white carnations tied I the Rev, Glade Sietsma <jf Edge with aqua streamers. j Bridcsmain was Mi,ss Miriam >.'orthcy, Hiatcr of tiie bride, who wore an aqua taffeta gown, of Kimilar design Vo that of the maid of honor. She carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with orchid streamers. Jack Argotsinger. navy buddy and college roommate of the bridi- groom. attended him as beat man. Groomsman was Mayo Huismai. of Wellsburg. college friend of th-.' bridegroom. Both the bridegroom and best man wore gray business ."uitH with white carnation bouton- uieres. The groomsman and th-.ushers, James Bell of Coggon. friend of the iiridal pair, and Clyde Meyer of Rockwell City. <:JijHin of tlic- bride, wore tan and brown suits and also had white carnation boutonnieres. Thi- bride's mother chose a navy l)lu<' sheer dress of nylon with white accessories for her daugh ter's wedding while the bridegroom's mother wore an aqu-i nylon dress. Botli had shoulder corsages of pink roses. Following the ceremony a rec. eplion for more llian 100 persons was held at tlic bride's home. The Northey home was decked with .i profusion of home grown ten ros­ ea and mock orange hlosrioms. mont. S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Goodell and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Don Billings and Duane. Mrs. Carl Walz and John. Mr and Mrs. Don Meyer, all of Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. John Law.son and Mar.shai| and Evelyn Draper of Lake Park, Miss Jean Lawson of Storm Lake. Mr. and -Mrs. Dale Goodell, Dwaine !.nd Bonnie of St. Paul, I^-iura and Leslie Aupperle of Brewsti-i. Minn., Vida Aupperle of Dent Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Call Wordelman and children. Mr. and Mrs Hcrvey Mcl-rfiughlin, all of Siou.i Falls; Jack Argotsinger of Harlan. Marilyn OLson of Maplelon. Mayo Huisman of Wellsourg, Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Loonan of Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Ijuwrence Webb. Mi and Mrs. Sidney Northey, Wayni-. and Lois Ann. all of Spirit Lake: I M. J. Gustafson of Ma.son City, Frances Simonsen of Eminetsburg. Esther Moritz and Paul Ahldrieh of Gilmore City, Mr. and Mr." Vade Force and Barbara. .Mi .ind Mr.s. Richard E!efson, Kay Sevai- eide, and Mariln Struckmim ai: of Cedar Falls; Mrs Warren Ew. en of Davinport. Helen DeWitt o' Fort Worth. Te.xas. -Mr ;ind -Mr.- Richard Olson of Teiiil. M!.-fi- Ardis Ren-e Smith was married Saturday. June 14. to Mr. Alan H Harri.s at tlu- Methodist church in .Superior. Mi.H.s Smith is the daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. O. V. .Smith of Sjnnt Lake and Mr. Harris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I Harris, also of -Spirit L;iki- The Ri V. Howard .Smith officiated at th-r double ring ceremony. The church was decoiated with C'Lndelabra »ind baskets of tjnted peonies in shades of yellow and aqua. Mrs. H. E. Olson, pianist, furnished the nuptial music and accompanied Mi .RS Nancy Webb of .Spirit Lake who sang "I Love You Truly" and "The I^oid'.s Pravi-r." The hride. given in marriage l.y her father, won- a gown of white sliptier .i.itin with Chantiily lace inserts in the bodice and full skirt ending in a tiain. Her fingertip veil of n- t -A -a.s lace edged and fell from a cap. She carried a white Bibli.' on wliich r'sted an orchid tied with satin streamers. Bonnie Graff was matron of honor and the bride's sister, Charlene Smith attended her as bridesmaid. Thi-y v.oK identical tiowns and gloves of yellow and aqua taffeta ri-spectively and carried bouquets of yeliow carnations on aqua lace fani!. Vernon BueUel wa.« best man and Roger Slingerland was groomsman. U.-ihers -were Linas Smith and Francis Umscheidt. All men in the bridal party wore business suits and had white carnation bouton- niereA A reception -was held immediately following the ceremony in the church dining room. The reception table was covered •with a white linen cloth and centered by a floral ariangemenl of roses. The three tiered wedding cake was topped by a miniature bridal couple and •was decorated in the bride's colors of yellow and aqua. .After the first piece of cake was cut by the young couple the rest waa cut and served by Eloise Aalborg, aunt of the bride. Waitresses were Marj- Reuland, Jane Inbody. Maigy BueUel, and Donna Klempa. Jean Reuland had charge of the guest book. The young couple took a wedding trip through the Black Hills and are now at home on a farm near Superior, The lace covi^red table was decorated with smilax and liny, white sug^ar bells made by Mrs, George Loonan of Hudson, cousin of the bride. The wedding cake, punch bowl and coffee service at each end of the table and other ap- jjolntmunts all added to the beauty of the reception table. After the traditional cutting of the first piece of cuke by the bridal couple the rest was cut and served by Mrs. Donald Billings of Estherville. Mrs. Don Myeia of Estherville presided iil the coffee service and Miss Frances Simonsen of Emmetsburg served punch. MI HS Ethel May Northey, uunt of the bride, served the ice cream. Mrs. L. H. De Witt and Mrs. Harold Frutchey assisted In serving refreshments. Decorations at the home and church wen! laken can(if by Mrs. Edwin Bates and Mr.s. Noel \VllllumB, both of MlUord. Tlio bride chose for her going iiway costume ii grey suit wltn •whito nylon ucccsaorlcB. After July 1 the young couple will be at home at 1315 State street, Cedar Fulls, lu. The bride is a graduate of Iowa State Teacher's college at Cedar Fulls and taught third grade at McKinlcy .school here the post year. Shu Is a member of A.A.U.W, The bridegroom graduated from IClk Horn high school In 1946 and graduated from Iowa State Teachers collogi' at Cedar Fulla in Juno of this year, after two years spent In Iho navy. He is a member of the Triple K Club .Meets at Ilonin of Mrs. James Kirk. The Triple E . luo met Tue.'.dav afternoon at the home of .Mrs James Kirk with Mrs. P( rcy Whitehill ar assisting hostess. After the usual business meeting a social afternoon was spent. The hostesses served refreshments at the close of the afternoon to .Mrs. E. I. Ellerslon. Mrs. Melvin Neppl, Mrs. George Chipman. Mrs. Hans Moiltz. Mrs. Harvey Malhia.i, Mrs. E. E. Logue, Mrs. A. H. Schultz. Mrs. Clark Gustafson, .Mrs. Earl Stick, Mrs. Ed Maniece. Mrs. Robert Weir, Mrs. Linn Weir. .Mrs, Jacob Flick. Mrs. Martin Walthuis and Mrs. Einer Chiislenseii •* Set Uate lor East Riverside Cluli Fiunlly I'lrnle. The family picnic of the East Riverside club was set for tin- see- ond Sunday In July at Tutlle lake, whi'n members met -Monday at the home of Mrs. James Hnrtnuin. Roll call was answered by each one present telling whf-re they would like to spend their second hor:e->'moon. Mrs. Hartrnan .sei'\-ed if-fresh- nients in late .-itternoon to Mrs. Walt. I Blagg. .Mrs. Kd Carey and Jolin, .Mr.ii, J, P, f.'hristi-nsen. Mrs. Alex fJla.snapp, .Mis. William P.^-iiii- sey .-ind .Tare and Mis, Ltstei Ramsey and Sol*. •*• .Miscellaiieoiis Shower l-Or Mary .lean Ki-ogli. Ainoriir the prenupiial couitesii-s e.vten<l>'d Mary Jean KeOk'h was a 1I11.-.C. Uarn ou.s .sh(jwor given for her .Monday night l,y Caiyle Couch and Falls to Death In Hotel Fire Springfield. III.. (/Pi—A man at-,' tempting to escape from a fire In ' hl8 11th floor room of a downtown hotel fell to his death early today. A second man in the room who escaped suffered serious burnn. Police Identified the dead man aa Robert Grzeskowlnk. believed to have been n marine from South Bend, Ind. Police said Grzeskowlak hung by his hands from the window sill for several minutes before hi'i grip gave way. The fire w.i.s confined to the one room of the hotel, which had been rented to Wilbur Heekln of Chicago. Heekln suffered and second di-gree burns. Police said Hcekin was unable to say how th- fire .-itarted. Calendar of Events Simple iroitri- is alout seven times as common in wonn-n as in Thiir.sflay U'H-ran->r. 6:3(1 p. ni. Dinner iiieetini; in Shore room of the Gardston hotel. Wonii'ii of the .Moove. 7:15 |). m. Banquet at .Siiore- room of the Gardston hotel. 8:30 p. ni. Installation of offi. cers by the Storm Ijikc chap- tor at the Moose home Knights of rytMax 8 p. m. Business meeting. This one Is Important. . Kvening Circle .fleeting of MfthodiKt Church. 8 p. m. At the church for mothers of young children. Everyone Interested Is cordially invited. Adult Degreo of Honor. -8:00, p. mV At the I. O.- O. F. :,:,^,:/: : Friday I.ake'Shore CoilntrjClab'. 2 p. m. Meet with Mrs. Harold ADVERT! SEME.NT DANCE Thursday J lint; 'ZG through Sunday JiliK* 'Z9 Eddie Allen ROOFGAROEN: I. TOO. AM DEAFP:NED AND WH.Vr I DID TO CORRECT IT. Twenty years ago I lost my hearing. .Since thin my life been directed toward one goal — overcoming diafness, both for myself and for other.s. The result of this work has been a tiny new hearing aid which can he worn in secret. With this small aid, even your closest friends will not know how you hear so perfectly. VoiC(-H, the radio, and the ticking of the clock sound natural. If you are Intereslid in leariv ing the three steps in the correction of deafness, write to me, H. A. Lyons, Personal, 401 So. Washington Sl„ Peoria. Illinois. I will be happy to write you the results of my e.xpirience. ; Time-Engineered by SHAW-WALKER LETTERS LOCATED LIKE MAGIC WITH NEW LIGHTNING-FAST FILING PLAN Save time for yourself, save time for personnel witli litis new, simplified Sliaw-Wulkcr filing plan. It is "linie-cnginccrcii" from the inside out to eUininHto cosily "hunling" and "waiting" time . . . gives everyone more time for productive work. MisUike-proof guide licadingc eliminate lumling and guessing. Every letter, order, ncss record, is within instant, easy reach. Best of uU, this now simpllfii'd Shaw-Walker filing plan cost* no more than you now apond for filing supplies. See the big '(ii§ereiHe jor yomselj at; Typewriter Exchange N. (Jth St,, EsllitnTille Mary Ann Poling at the lake cottage of Caryle's parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Floyd McDonough. This is one event that will never be forgotten liy the guest of honor, her hostesses or the guests, thanks to the weather man. The guests gathered at the McDonough home here in Estherville just a short time before Monday night's storm broke After a while the girls thought the storm had abated somewhat and they made a dash for the car to journey to the lake. They found that the storm was just gathering strength for more of the same. Trees fell near-by and one large limb fell against the car In which they were sitting. Finally, they were able to start for the lake. Upon arrival there they found no lights. But Mrs. McDonough waa equal to the occasion. She had candles on hand so refreshments were eaten by candle light. Due to the dim light the original program planned was abandoned but Mary Jean was due for a surprise. She hadn't planned on being .leronadcd but never-the-less three of the girls braved the out of doors long enou gh to hold the serenade in true, romantic style. Mary Jean received many gifts from those invited who were, in addition to. the hostesses and the guest of honor, Gladis Recher, Marda .Schultz, Maxine Nelson, Johan na Heldke, Marlene Kroenke, Joleen Eike, Lois Athey. Janet Lorey, Virginia Hippie and Elnerine Forsaell. .Mr. and .Mnt. John Bakpr Celebnit*' Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. John Baker celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2 to 5 p. m. at their hom-\ 1221 Fifth avenue north. The event was preceded by a family dinner Saturday night ut the Baker home. The dinner wj» .served buffet style and mcmbura of the family preaent were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baker, Pfc. Philip Baker. -Mrs. Clarion Houge. Mr. und Mrs. Leo Baker of Dcs Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Firenalen, Joyce, Joe and John; Mr, and Mra, Barney Hasaell, Charles and Jimmy; Mr, and Mra. Don, Blllinga and Duunc; Mr. und Mra. Don Mahin, Dennis and Sharon Kay; Mr. and Mrs, Charlea Buker, Jackie und Chuckle; Mr, and Mr.s, Richard Hanson, Jlnimy, Lorruin^ Harold und Sandra; Mr. and Mr3 Carroll Suttnrloe, Sylvia, Hoiie- mury, and Floyd; Mr, and Mra. H, H. Cooke of MarahaUlown, Barbara Olunn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox; Mr. and Mra. Johnny Cox, Cyrua and Kerry of Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fogelmu,i und Wanda; Dorothy Woods and Dolores Hoguo. Mra. Baker wore an u<iua drew und hud a ahuulder coraago i >l yellow roses. Mr. Baker wove a navy blue ault with yellow boul- < nnlere. The Buker home waa decorated throughout with bouquets of gulden flowers. The table was covered with a lace cloth and waa centered by a two tiered wedding cake, decorated with yellow rosea and topped with a giilden ",10". Other tab!,' decoriitions weri' cryaial candel.i- bra holding wellow tapers and bouquets of (luiple phlo.x and yi-llow <-ariial Ions. Smilax .tiir- Tiini (o pin't; li, I'oliiinii 7 Lennox. Mrs. William Martin, program Sup<Tlor Cemetery Awmclation. 2:WJ p. m. At the home of Mrs. Fanny June Wickens, Charlotte Thompson, aasistant hostess. Crescent Countrj- chib. 2 p. m. At Mrs. Roy Mitts home. Roll call answered by a Bible verse. Sunday .\quUctIIu Club of the Immanurt Lutheran church. 8:00 f. m. At the William Recher home. Estherville, lotni, IHiHy NeHra i Tliure., JiiBue 26,195^. 2' Flying foxes, which llVf In Old World tropics, arc bats wl& a TVln^ spread of around 5 feet. The horned toad, a lizard of the American desert, docs'not lay eggs but has living young. AOVEnnSBMENT '• ^ • Gunpo^wder is a mixture of salt­ petre, sulphur and charcoaf.' USE T-4-L FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT It peels off {he outer >kia and ex- pospi buried futigi tft'km It on. contact. If hot pleased IN HOUR with Instant-drying f-t-U' your 40c back at any drug store. Today at SsthcrviUc I>ruff'8t6Ve. ,tikfe sovtnctn^ pth.|er foods Baked in Estherville — Sold in Bstherrille by HAROLD'S PASTRY SHOP ® IOWA DAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION best flavor-value BUTTER — best food • v ais How Are the Red Sox Doingi .'r Baseball fans find the answer in the sports colun:ins of the Daily News which they read every day. Koop in touch with your league-leading Estherville, Red Sox'thfough the sports columns and stories by Hoyt Luitlily wliich appear often witli all ^hc dope about your llavorite team and tho'pther tc^ms in..the Ib,>y,a St&te, league. ' ' ..' . ". Hoyt Luithly seldom misses a game, at home or away, so you are always getting "on the spot" coverage by an expert who has covered Iowa State league play for the Daily News for several years, , ' ;• . . V..' "1,. ^ , • Keep well-informed about' it^ws of the local scene tftVougi\ the columns of tlie Estherville Daily News, your picture newspaper. 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