Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1948
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SOCIETY NEWS HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING—Mr. and Mrs. A. E. P. Gillette, Geneva, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on July 27 in their home. They were married in the home of the bride's parents, ' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parmenter, at Roijkford, July 27, 1898, and came to Geneva to make their home. Mr. Gillette had arrived in Geneva on Dec. 16, 1895, and bought the Will Hickethier barber shop. In January, 1903, he was appointed postmaster. He retired from service June 30, 1941. Mr. Gilette has served on the official board of the Geneva Methodist church. Mrs. Gillette was president of the Ladies Aid society for 10 years. They are the parents of 3 children, Capt. J. J. Gillette, U. S. M. C., station Guam; Ruth E. Gillette of DCS Moines, and Frank L. Gillette of Fresno, Cal. The W. S. C. S. sponsored a ppt luck dinner in the Methodist church dining room, following the Sunday morning service in their honor. The Rev. Roger Tappmeyer gave a talk, and other talks, music and songs were heard. They were given a purse of money. Osage—St. Paul's Evangelical* Lutheran church, Melrose ,Park, .11., was the scene of a double ring :eremony, Saturday, when Lois Neubauer, Maywood, 111., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Neubauer, >ecame the bride of Robert Schoger, Waterloo, son of Mrs. Alice Schoger, Osage. The Rev. P. . Kluender officiated. A. E. Doering, Maywood, 111., or- 'anist, a n d Mrs. Constantino ieusch, Maywood, soloist, used the raditional nuptial music. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Joan Neubauer, and brides- naid, Jacquelyn Dolph, Hingham, Mont. Charles Rice, Osage, served as best man with Robert Miller, laGrange, 111., usher. A reception was held at St. Paul's parish hall, Melrose Park, with 45 guests present from Gary, Ind., LaGrange, 111., Hingham, Mont., in addition to the guests from Osage and Maywood. The couple left for a wedding :rip into northern Michigan for a week, and will be at home in Waterloo. The bride was graduated from Iowa State college, Ames, with a degree as home economist. Mr. Schoger was graduated from Iowa State college as mechanical engineer. He is employed at Iowa Public Service company, Waterloo. Garner Legion Books Circus for Thursday Garner—The Garner American Legion is sponsoring the Monroe Brothers circus for a one-day stand in Garner Thursday. The show will give performances at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. and features 20 big circus acts. The show will be located on the lots north of the Greoman Manufacturing company building near old highway 18. Iowa City Man Heads Young Republicans Des Moines, (U.R) — Robert Osmundson, Iowa City, a candidate for Johnson county attorney in November, Monday fheaded the Iowa Young Republican organization. He was elected chairman at the state convention Saturday, succeeding Henry Grant, Des Moines. Wiley Mayne, Sioux City, was elected national committeeman, replacing John Budd, Atlantic. Look Prettier — Longer! HAVE YOUR DRAPES DRY CLEANED AT Wedding Is Held at Osage Church Osage — Marjorie Dieterichs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dieterichs. became the bride of Merle L. Penney, Little Cedar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney G. Penney July 25, at the Osage Lutheran church, the Rev. T. P. Solem officiating. Dolores Marcks, Minneapolis organist, played a prelude of nuptial ' music and Mrs. Olaf Staff and Arnold Warren sang, accompanied by Frances Altaian. Mrs. Earle Penney, sister-in- law of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and Mrs. Norman McPhail, Waterloo, was bridesmaid. Earl Penney, twin brother of the bridegroom, best man, and Norman McPhail, Waterloo, attended the bridegroom. Usher were Jacquelyn Ciaassen, Ceda Falls and Dorothy Diet/., Plainfield, college roommates of the bride. A reception was held in the church parlors for 150. The couple is at home in an East End cottage owned by the bride's parents. Mrs. Penney was graduatec from the Osage high school and attended Iowa State Teachers' college, last year. She is to be an instructor in Burr Oak No. 5 this fall. Mr. Penney was graduated from the Little Cedar high school and has assisted his father. He is nov employed in the road maintenanc department of Mitchell county. A little 'sugar — not much — sprinkled over a pudding or pie meringue gives a party touch. Miss Lois Neubauer Becomes Bride of Robert Schoger *. Artalee Phillips Weds G. Schroyer West Union—In a double ring ceremony performed July 23rd the Presbyterian church of Wadena, southeast of West Union, Gerald Schroyer, son of Mrs. Victoria Schroyer, West Union, and Miss Artalee Phillips, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips, Wadena, were married by the Rev. William Richards. Frank Parton accompanied Waldo Walker as he sang. Ho Mae Pritchard and John Phillips, brother of the bride, attended the couple. Geraldine Westcott was flower girl and Douglas Aylsworth was trainbearer. Usherettes were Nell Marie and Margaret Schroyer, sisters of the bridegroom. Mrs. Schroyer was graduated from Elgin high school and attended Upper Iowa university at Fayette, for 3 years. She is employed in the university office. Her husband is an employe of Fayette county. They will make their home at Fayette following a wedding trip. New Jumper OAK or SUMAC. New treatment stops itching, dries up blisters quickly, gently and safely. At druggists, 69 £ Ask for IVY-DRY NEW ARRIVALS in SALEM CHINA Claudia -— Lansdown — Bryn Mawr Mt. Vernon Also New Arrivals in Syracuse China GLASSWARE CRYSTAL GOBLETS SHERBETS COCKTAILS 35c AND UP EACH GENUINE TIFFIN GLASSWARE SEVERAL PATTERNS IMPERIAL CANDLEWICK GLASSWARE BOOMHOWER HARDWARE CO. 113 North Federal Phone 142 MRS. ROBERT SCHOGER Nurse Passes Exams TVaucoma—Miss Virginia Lawrence, 1948 graduate nurse from St. Mary's hospital at Rochester Minn., has received the repor that she has passed the state examination. Miss Lawrence came from Rochester this week to spenc a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lawrence, and brother Billy, of near Waucoma. Concert Goers Pack Benches Colorful Selections at Band Concert Concert goers packed the jenches in East park Sunday light and heard the municipal >and play one of its most outstanding concerts of the season. The program was filled with colorful selections of both the :lassical and popular variety that wrought into play a great many ndividual instruments including the addition of a couple of saxophones, Mrs. Paul A. Peterson, featured as vocalist, offered for her first selection a group of sacred songs which included "Nearer My God to Thee," "Lead Kindly Light" and "Happy Day." For the 2nd number she sang "The Rosary." She was accompanied by the band David Perdue was instrumental soloist and played a modern piece by Harry James called "Concerto for Trumpet." Draws Biff Applause One number by the band tha drew a great deal of applause am many chuckles from the crowc was the novelty number,- "The Three Bears," with Conductor Stewart as narrator. In presenting the selection, Stewart announced that he didn't know how he had got into it" but the selection had ition. Music typical of the coun- ries included was much in evidence as each was announced. Among them was the classical version of England; the livelier valtz effect of Germany; the 'Comin* Through the Rye" rhythm of Scotland, castanets of Spain and the swing style of America. The versions of China, Russia, Italy, Hungary and Ireland as imagined by the composer were also included. Classics on Program Classic selections highlighting the program were the overture, Force of Destiny" by Verdi and selections from the opera "Sylvia" by Delibes. Descriptive selections included "Caribbean Fantasy" by Morrissey and there was an Al ~ ford arrangement on "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise." Other numbers included a spirited waltz, "II Bacio," by/ Arditi and the modern "Stormy Weath- ed" by Bennett. The program opened with a rousing Sousa march, "The Thunderer," and closed with the "Royal Decree March." The next regular midweek concert will be played Wednesday night at 8 o'clock with Mr. Stewart conducting. Dance Floor Made Portable Cleveland, (U.R)—A Western Reserve University student has a new device for dancing addicts. George Lchner invented a portable dance floor made of plywood. Unfolded, it will accommodate 4 jitterbug couples. It can be carried under lowans Invited to Los Angeles Picnic, Reunion at Lincoln Park Aug. 4 Los Angeles — lowans are invited to the summer picnic of'the Iowa Association o£ Southern California to be held Saturday, Aug. 7, at Lincoln park in Los Angeles. The program will begin at 9 a. m. and continue through the day. For 48 years the scene of happy reunions, the picnic will give thousands of lowans the chance to rneet with fellow Hawkeyes. Registration will be mfide under trees, each representing an Iowa county, and by checking registration lists, picnickers will be able to locate friends from back home. A picnic committee of former lowans headed by Atty. Karl F. Geiser is arranging for a prominent speaker for the affair and a program of music and entertainment is now being arranged. The entertainment and speakers program will begin at 1 p. m. The park has facilities for feeding only a limited number o! July 26, . IMS 1 Maton City GI«b«-G»i«U«, iliion City, la. become an annual affair included for the amusement of the "younger people" at the concerts. Judging from the reception given the number, all persons in the crowd were "young." 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