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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, July 26, 1948
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6 July 24, 1948 Mason Clly Globt-Gaxettc, M»s»n City, U. WEDDING PLANNED—Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinson of Albert JLea, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Maxine Ann, to LaVerle Field, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Field of Joice. The wedding will be an event of Aug. 15, 7:30 P. M. at the Bethany Lutheran church, Joice. Erion Family Has Double Nuptials Charles City—A brother and sister were principals in a double wedding performed Thursday at the Little Brown church. They were the son and daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Erion of Charles City, Fay Erion, who was married to Miss Geneva Hedges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hedges of Charles City, and Miss Mary L. Erion who became the bride of John Danno, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Danno of Evanston, 111. The Rev. F. L. Hanscom, pastor, officiated. Maid of honor for the 2 couples was Mrs. Argyl Otto, sister of the Erions. Best man was Argyl Otto, their brother-in-law. After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the Erions' aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Reetz. About 20 guests were served at the reception. Mrs. Danno is a graduate of the Charles City high school and for •the last few years has been employed in a store in Chicago. The other bride, Mrs. Erion, also was working in a store in Chicago. Mr. Danno is owner of the Evanston Cab company, in Evanston, 111., and Fay Erion is an employe on his staff. The 2 couples will leave Sunday for their new homes in Evanston, 111. Flower Arrangements to Be Demonstrated at Meeting WEDDING PICTURES With this issue, the Globe- Gazette abandons its ruling that 2 pictures (engagement and wedding) will not be used of one girl within a month. The ruling was made to aid in meeting space limitations. If there are those who have considered its enforcement a personal affront, they may bring their pictures and accompanying write-up to the society desk and space will be found in a future issue of the Globe- Gazette for them. Couples Gran ted Licenses to Wed New Hampton — Marriage licenses have been issued to Bernard V. McGuire, legal, and Maurine Baugus, legal, both of Waterloo; Wendell Wahl, 24, New Hampton, and Nbrma Nicholson, 20, Floyd; Robert Clayton Petsel, 27, Lone Tree, and Ruth Elaine Mills, 24, Perry; Donald Eugene Saliger, 18, Clear Lake, and L. Charlotte Klusemare, 17, Mason City; Ray H. Luther, 39, and Margarette E. Hack, 31, both of Guttenberg; George Brager, 60, and Ragna Barton, 47, both of Madison, Wis. John R. King, 62, anu Elsie Marie Rollins, 53, both of Grinnell; Fay Erion, 23, and Geneva Hedges, 18, both of Evanston, 111.; John Danno, 34, and Mary A. Erion, 22, both of Evanston, 111.; James H. Chaney, 20, and Leola Jean Richtsmeier, 22, both of Hampton; Wesley Thoma, 25, and Delores Sadler, 21, both of Postville; Vinton Rowley, 20, and Elizabeth Hayes, 20, both of Knoxville; George W. Brown, Jr., 23, Angus, and Betty L. Neel, 19, Perry. Earl Wesley Halverson, 21, and June Janet Reynolds, 19, both of Edgerton, Wis.; Glen Henry Shaw, 21, Fort Atkinson, Wis., and Mildred Elaine Davis, 18, Edgerton, Wis; Arthur Stiff, 33, and Elizabeth Leona Reynolds, 27, both of Edgerton, Wis.; Richard J. Shepard, 23, Janesville, and Florence Smith, 21, Waterloo; Paul William Klotz, 20, and Donna Lucille Brandenburg, 19, both of Fredericksburg; Roger Rollefson, 23, and Fern Myre, 20, both of Forest City. MRS. JAMES DEMOS TO BE HONORED Members of the M. T. club have been invited to a birthday party in honor of Mrs. James Demos, Monday evening at 7:30 at 419 19th S. E. TOT and TEEN SHOP NEWS First signs of fall—the arrival of over 200 snow suits, coats, coat sets, snow pants, hats and sleepers! First we'll tell you something about our new snow suits. Satin finish Para Twill leads the style parade and for boys sturdy poplin is the favorite. Lambs wool trims many of the collars, hoods and helmets. Zipper fronts make it easy to put them on and take them off. Shirred elastic waistlines give them a trim fit. Some are lined with alpaca and wool, while others have warm flannel linings and Excelite inter linings. They are really warm for our North Iowa climate. Boys are particularly fortunato in being able to get such practical, yet good looking, snow suits. Sizes range from 1 to 3, 3 to 6X and 7 to 10. One and two-piece styles in scarlet, navy, copen, brown and taupe. $13.50 to $29.95. Prams in corduroy or poplin, infant sizes small, medium and large, at $10.95. We want you to know about Excelite . . . that wonderful spun glass interlining used in. so many of our snow suits. It is lightweight yet exceedingly warm. Actual laboratory tests have proved that Excelite is 119.6% warmer, yet considerably lighter than the same yardage of 24 ounce virgin wool cloth. It is water repellent, non - combustible and non-allergic. Girls coats and sets with slack pants are of 100% wool fabrics in red, blue, grey, green and plaids. Many feature detachable hoods. We have an outstanding coat for teen-age girls, sizes 10 to 14, of 100% wool covert cloth, with alpaca lining. The colors in this are fuchsia, grey and green. New girls' hats are here . . Margaret O'Brien, Elizabeth Taylor and Cinderella. They're in the newest fall colors and styles! It's time to select your Nitey Nite Sleepers! Complete size and color ranges. Use our Lay-away plan! Select your fall and winter garments now, pay a small deposit, and we will hold them for you until you need them. For best buys in infants', boys and girls' wear go to the TOT & TEEN SHOP, 20 Second Street N. E. It's the place to go for the brands you know. 6 in CELEBRATING OUR ANNIVERSARY, SALE Every Coat Reduced For This Special Selling Event Don't Miss This Sale! Advance Showing of — "Furs With A Future' 9 COME IN TOMORROW Air Conditioned for Your Shopping: Comfort ACROSS FROM THE POSTOFFICE Tablecloth jgifiiiijmil Lock Photo AT HOME IN MASON CITY—Miss Dixie A. Geiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Geiler, 1527 Jefferson N. W., became the bride of Richard Mennen, Mason City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ecko Mennen of Waterloo, June 20 at 2 p. m. at the Grace Evangelical United •^Brethren church, the Rev. F. W. ' Wendland officiating at the double ring ceremony. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Rosalie Hemmes of Hampton sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Miss Myrna DeWitt of Mason City. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was gowned in white crepe trimmed with pearl buttons and extending into a short train. It was designed by her grandmother. Her fingertip veil fell from a tiara of rhinestones and pearls.. She wore a strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. On her white Rainbow Bible she carried an orchid and a century- old, hand-embroidered lace handkerchief. The bride was attended by her cousin, Mrs. John Christensen of Ringsted, who wore a white taffeta off-the-shoulder-gown. She had a white shoulder-length veil and carried a colonial'bouquet. The bride's mother was attired in a grey dress with green accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. The bridegroom's mother wore black with white accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Gordon Mennen, of Mason City, who served as best- man. Ushers were Vae Geiler, brother of the bride, and Larry Birch of Mason City. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. A 3-tier wedding cake was topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom arid surrounded by sweet peas. Mrs. Ray Fisher and Mrs. Fred Froning, aunts of the bride, poured. Mrs. Tonna Stoynoff cut the cake. Mrs. Milo Young was in charge of the guest book. Out-of-town guests were from Waterloo, Ackley, Aredale, New Hampton, Charles Cay, Boyd, DCS Moines, Fairmont, Minn., and Ringsted. After a short wedding trip the couple is at home at 613 President S. W. -—o— Glad Blooms to Be Viewed by Gardeners Mrs. Gus Rasmussen of Cedar Falls will be featured on the program of the Mason City Garden club Thursday evening at 6:30 in the F. W. Vorhies gardens, 1138 First N. W. Mrs. Rasmussen will talk on flower arrangement and will demonstrate some arrangements. She plans to bring her own containers and flowers lor demonstrating, but suggests that if members have flowers which they would like to have arranged, she will use them. Mrs. Rasmussen has also suggested that members of the club bring arrangements which they have made which may be displayed at the meeting for study. An opportunity to see the gladioli now blooming in the Vorhies gardens will also be afforded to those attending the meeting. Light refreshments will be served. If the weather does not permit an outdoor meeting, the program will be held in the P. G. & E. auditorium. NEW ADDRESS - MASON CITY An effective crocheted medallion which creates a handsome tablecloth is a simple design. Pattern No. 1036 contains complete in- Neediework Book 15 structions. cents. To order: Send 15 cents in coins to Needlework Bureau, Globe-Ga- zelte, 220 Fifth Ave., New York, I, N. Y.. Enclose 15 cents extra for Needlework Book which includes 8 free patterns and illustrated instructions for slip covers; in addition a large selection of designs to crochet, knit and embroider. Quilts, dolls, etc. FERN JUHL TO WED HUBERT BRANDSTAD Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Peter Juhlannounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Fern, to Hubert D. Branrlstad, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Brandstad of Leland. The wedding will take place in August. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Marian Morgan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Morgan, 817 2nd S. W., and Miss Freclde Eslick, daughter of Mr. and airs. Clifford V. Eslick, 724 8th N. E., have arrived al Camp Lake Hubert for Girls in northern Minnesota. Social Calendar MONDAY Am vet auxiliary— 7:45, Y. W. C. A. Daughters of Veterans— 7:45, Hi-12 clubrooms. Alice Hannam Wed to Harold Hall Osage—Ali.ce Hannam, St. Paul Bible Institute student, daughter of James Hannam, Osage, became the bride of Harold Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hallj Waverly, Nebr., Friday, at the Osage Christian Missionary Alliance church, the Rev. Marvin Thompson using the double ring ceremony. Viola Johnson, Little Falls, Minn., played a prelude of nuptial music and ushers Duane and Herbert Hannam, cousins of the bride, lighted the tapers. Elaine Madsen, Lincoln, Nebr., was soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Robert, had as maid of honor, Dorothy Hannam, sister. Helen Hannam, another sister, was bridesmaid. Karen Thompson was flower girl and Keith Meerdink, Orchard, ringbearer. Russell Hall, father of the bridegroom, attended his son as did Harold Meerdink, Orchard. Following the ceremony a reception was held for 35 guests at the bride's home. After a short trip, they will be at home on the parental Hall farm, Waverly, Nebr. The bride served ns Mitchell county rural instructor for 3 years, and has for the past 2 years been a student at St. Paul Bible Institute, St. Paul. Mr. Hall is engaged with his father in farming. —o— MISS DARLENE BAILEY HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Darlene Bailey who will become the bride of Hugh Benson Aug. 8 was honored at a shower given by Mrs. William Tibbets and Mrs. Harry Garms Thursday evening at the Y. W. C. A. clubrooms. Gifts were presented to the bride-elect and refreshments were served. Grind leftover cooked meal and combine with mashed potatoes and seasonings; shape into patties and fry lightly. Be sure to use finely grated onion or onion powder as part of the seasoning. Globe-Gazette Photo ANOTHER MASON CITY MOVIE STAR—Taffy, the cocker spaniel belonging to the Chai'les A. Schaffer family, has a Hollywood past behind him and here he obligingly balances a cracker on his nose, waiting for the go-ahead signal from S 1 /^ year old Dale Schaffer, while Mr. and Mrs. Schaffer look on in the living room of their home at 1307 Jefferson N. W. Taffy is a pedigreed clog and served as a buddy to Mr. Schaffer for 2 years in the Marine corps, attaining an un-' official rank of corporal and a friendship with thousands of men who \vent through their boot training at San Diego. The dog and Mr. Schaffer were in 2 movies while in California, "Dr. Wassel" which starred Gary Shower Is Given for Brides-Elect A double shower was held al the home of Mrs. C. E. Cooper, Cooper and "Pride of^ the^Ma-| 6; 3o gth N. E., honoring 2 brides- to-be, Miss Alyce Boyce and Miss MAKE ro-scaling latch on envelopes for insurance policies, stamps, important papers by sticking two strips of "Scotch" Tape to envelope under flap. Then seal flap with another strip of tape, over first / two, folding end back for a putl tab. SEAIS WITHOUT MOfSTf NINO TRANSPARENT AS GLASS Kt il ill Irui. itfu\mtn\, virltly, ililiwwj and hMjwiu slwif. MINIM* JL MFC, Co. TUESDAY . . Bethlehem Ruth circle— 1:30, Mrs. Anton Park, 1432 Monroe N. W. Holy Family Ladies aid officers— 8, school. St. Barbara's circle— 8, Mrs. Margaret Barrett, 639 Connecticut S. E. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. WEDNESDAY Women of the Moose— 2, Moose hall, public card party. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle— 2, church, Central Lutheran Guild— 2:30, church parlors. Faculty Wives club— 6, East park. Carnation club— 8, Mrs. Fritz Frid, 1709 Carolina N. E. Evening Pastime club— 9, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Doescher, rural. THURSDAY Energetic class— Congregational church. Legion Women Golfers— 4, Legion Golf club. Garden club— 6:30, Mrs. F. W. Vorhies, 1138 First N. W. Bethlehem Mary circle— 8, Mrs. Adam Weitzel, 616 9th N. W. R. N. A. Officers Club Has Meeting Royal Neighbor Officers club met at the home of Mrs. E. W. Lil- 3ey, 309 Louisiana S. E., Friday for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Cards were played, prizes going to Eleanore Kaebrick, Mrs Fred Duke, Mrs. Gale Bull, Mrs. Albert Lester, Mrs. James Leake, Mrs. Lavina Toinby, Mrs. Ida Johansen Mrs. Fritz Frid, Mrs. L. G. Bird and Mrs. H. L. Leake. Mrs. Lilley was assisted "by Mrs. Glenn Wallace and Mrs. Walter Hyde. Plans were made for the annu'al picnic for all members and their families, to be in East park pavilion Aug. 6 in the afternoon and evening. Dinner will be served at 6:30. Games and contests will feature the afternoon program and cards will be played in the evening. Juveniles and their parents may attend the picnic. The next Officers club meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ethel TvTorphew, 645 llth N. E., AUJJ. 20, Vesfee Dress 2566 SIZES '0- 20 rines," starring Randolph Scott. Taffy is mainly Dale's buddy now, although he enjoys hunting in the fall with Mr. Schaffer. The Schaffers came to Mason City in March from St. Paul when Mr. Schaffer began his duties as manager of the Credit Bureau of Mason City. He completed his high school work in St. Paul and attended the University of Minnesota for 2 years. He was formerly employed by the Great Northern railroad, Dun and Bradstreet as an investigator, Montgomery Ward and company, in St. Paul as assistant credit manager of the retail store and for a time he owned a Credit Bureau in St. Paul. Mr. Schaffer served in the Marine Corps for 2i years as an instructor at the Marine base in San Diego, teaching general Marine corps training and discipline. He gave training in judo, knife and bayonet and disarming of these weapons and other special physical education training. Mr. Schaffer lists his hobbies as his son, Dale, and golf, along with hunting and fishing. He has done some professional boxing and played semi-pro baseball. He has joined the Chamber of Commerce and is a prospective member of the Mason City Country club and the Toastmasters club. Mrs. Sehaffer was with Mr. Schaffer in Sari Diego and worked in the general offices of Consolidated Aircraft Corp. there. She enjoys many sports such as golf, hunting and fishing with her husband. Dale is fond of sports, too, and, according to Mr. Schaffer, it won't be long before he will shoot a good game of golf. He likes to attend sports events with his parents and enjoys the movies. Holmens Back From 3,655 Mile Auto Trip Through West Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hoi men, Rockwell, and Mrs. Frank Miller and 2 daughters, Irene and Mildred, of Mason City returned Friday from a 2 weeks' trip west. They made the trip by automobile and covered 3,655 miles. Points visited included the Bad Lands and Black Hills in South Dakota, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., and Glacier park, Montana. While in Montana they visited at Gildford with a cousin, Mrs. Alice Dunn Kurtz, formerly of Mason City. They returned by way of Minneapolis. Miriam Dahl. Miss Boyce will wed Sterling Goplerud of Osage, on Aug. 17, and Miss Dahl, will wed John Boyce, Aug. 1. Forty guests were pi^esent. Games and contests were played, with Mrs. Earl Leaman, winning a prize. Baskets full of gifts were presented to the honorees, after which refreshments were served by the hostesses. The colors of pink and green were used, with lighted candles and sweet peas decorating the table. Hostesses were Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. G. A. Boggie, Mrs. W. D. Thrams, Mrs. A. A. Bishop and Mrs. G. G. Weida. Eels were a delicacy among the Romans. Inset vestee dress to nip !n a slim waist has a full Hare skirt. First choice with the college crowd in iridescent cotton with eyelet inset or in fall fabrics for back to school wear. No. 2566 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 requires 31 yds. 35-in.; 8 yds. 35-in. fabric. Send 25c for pattern with name, address and style number. State size desired. Be sure to order your copy of the Summer Fashion Book and let it save you many dollars on smartly styled, easily made clothes. Over 150 pattern designs to select from —for all occasions and all sizes, including children, big and little. Order your copy now while the supply lasts. Costs only 20c. Address Pattern Dept., Globe- Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. A dream of a dress for all your comings and goings in elegant rnyon moss crepe. Wonderfully slimming ... a perfect foil for your figure! The skirt . . . slender as a stem with a surprisG back fullness! Different . . . the clever detail of the narrow sleeves . . . artfully double- flounced! 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