Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 23, 1948 · Page 20
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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 23, 1948
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10 July 22, 1948 MUu*n City Globe-Guttle, Mason City, I». Kiefer Photo • ; GARNER BRIDE-TO-BE—Mr. J and Mrs. B. A. Reemtsma of Garner announce the engagement and approaching marriage of Mr. Reemtsma's daughter, Beverly, of Mason City, to Jack Greiman, son of Mr. and Hrs. Oscar J. Greiman of Garner. BiTS ABOUT 'EM Earl C. Welsh and»son, Tom, 704 Massachusetts S. E., left Thursday for Iowa City to attend the funeral of Mr. Welch's mother who died Tuesday at Massena. —o— HAPPY MIXERS CLUB HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. D. A. Bartell, 419 19th S. E., was hostess to the Happy Mixers club Wednesday honoring -Mrs. Oliver Torkelson on her birthday. Prizes went to Mrs. Lester Merritt, Mrs. Robert Holt and Mrs. Howard Shaner. A farewell gift was presented to Mrs. Lyle Jenkins who is moving to Waterloo. Lunch was served by Mrs. Bartell. New Officers Installed at Legion' Auxiliary Meeting Invitational Women's Golf Meet Planned Invitations have been sent to women golfers of the Legion Golf club and of the country clubs in surrounding towns for the Mason City Country club's invitational golf and bridge day for women, Aug. 3. Mrs. Ray Sward is invitations chairman. One the hostess committee are Mrs. Paul McAuley, Mrs. George D. Dunn, Mrs. Frederick J. Olson and Mrs. Robert Chambers. The registration committee includes Mrs. J. L. Murray, Mrs. H. J. Roddy, Mrs. Harold Combs and Mrs. William B. Hathorn. Mrs. L. M. Cubbison is in charge of luncheon tickets. Mrs. Willis Patton is coffee chairman, assisted by Mrs. R. R. Flickinger, Mrs. M. D. McMichael and Mrs. Harry Conover. Mrs. E. G. Morse, Mrs. C. L. Dickerson, Mrs. Jay Houlahan, Mrs. E. H. Wagner and Mrs. W. O. Hunter are arranging golf events and Mrs. J. B. Youngblood, Jr., and Mrs. Lloyd Peck are in charge of prizes. Mason City women golfers will be on hand at 8 o'clock to play with the visiting golfers. Coffee will be served at 8 and play will begin at 8:30. There will be a 1 o'clock luncheon followed by bridge. Mrs. Lyle Pringle is*'bridge chairman. Golf chairman for the year is Mrs. Drape r Long and Mrs. Marvin Wolter is tournament chairman. Golf winners this week at the Mason City Country club were Mrs. G. C. Blackmore and Mrs. L. A. Day, first; Mrs. Harold GOOD WILL OFFER BIG Ifx II" CANNON FACE CLOTH IN EVERY BOX OF NEW IMPROVED • This safe, white granulated soap gets clothes cleaner—washes dishes faster —makes work lighter! TrilSt Sllvei* D&iSt —Lock Photo MRS. LEO ALLSTOT Combs and Mrs. J. J. Wolsfeld, 2nd, and Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Earle Sheka, 3rd. Six members drove to Waverly for guest day there. Mrs. George Kelsh won first place in the first flight 9-hole event. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Sward and Mrs. Kelsh. There were 84 golfers and 140 present for lunch. Social Calendar THURSDAY Holy Family circle 11— 7:30, West park, Mrs. J. Murphy. G. A. P. A.— 7:30, Greek Orthodox church. Bethlehem Walther league— 7:45, church social rooms. Trades and Labor assembly— 8, I. O. O. P. hall. St. James Ladies aid— 8, church, ice cream social. R. N. A.— 8, Labor hall. Anchor Encampment auxiliary— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY First Christian council— 1: Group 3, Mrs. Oliver Ong, Clear Lake; group 5, Mrs. C. H. Stevens, 936 Pennsylvania N. E;. groups 1, 2, 4 and 6, postponed. Pleasant Ridge club— Mrs. Clara Johnson. —o— MAXINE SCRIBNER TO BECOME BRIDE Clarksville—Mrs. Thema Scribner is announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Maxine Lucille, to Robert Carl Dilly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dilly of Allison. The wedding will be held on Aug. 15 at the Clarksville Community church. Theb ridegroom-elect is employed at the Reints garage in Allison. Best Fashions at Lowest Prices 3 South Federal Avenue Sketched from Stock TERRIFIC VALUE to Start the Season! Special Purchase! 100% Wool Worsted SUIT 29 95 Appointment of Chairmen Is Announced Mrs. Leo Allstot was installed as president of the Clausen-Worden unit of the American Legion Auxiliary at a meeting Wednesday evening in the Legion hall, with Mrs. J. J. Wolsfeld acting as installing officer. Other officers installed include Mrs. George Platts, vice president; Mrs. Delpha Klein, recording secretary; Mrs. John Hrubetz, corresponding secretary; Mrs. K. O. Myli, treasurer; Mrs. Irwin Paschka, chaplain; Mrs. J. H. S p r a u, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Louis Page, historian; Mrs. Oscar Jewell, Mrs. Earl Walters and Mrs. Fred Heddens, board members. Mrs. Wolsfeld presented a past president's pin to" Mrs. Jewell and a gift from the board and Mrs. Jewell thanked the organization for co-operation during the past year. Mrs. Allstot announced her new chairmen who are: Welfare, Mrs. Clifford Dehnert; poppy, Mrs. T. E. Davidson; Mrs. Willis Bemiss, national defense; Mrs. Frank Fiala, community service; Mrs. B. R. Dunn, Americanism; Mrs. M. L. Wilkinson, Pan American; Mrs. H. F. Bisgrove, legislation; Mrs. Emil Johansen, constitution and by-laws and education of war orphans; Mrs. C. R. Connelly, credit points; Mrs. Tim Phalen, mental hygiene. Mrs. Wolsfeld was named gold star mother chairman, Mrs. W. H. Boyd, sick and flower; Mrs. Loui Page, scrap book; Mrs. Mina Luther, funeral; Mrs. Kenneth Ncu, publicity; Mrs. L. R. Whipple, music; Mrs. John C. Brown, afternoon sewing and teas; Mrs. Howard O'Leary, Red Cross; Mrs. Emma Duncan, telephone; Mrs Brown, rehabilitation; Mrs. Barney Sweeney, membership, assisted by Mrs. Gustavo Atigustadt, Mrs Jewell, Mrs. Walters and Mrs. Johansen; memorial board, Mrs Jewell, Mrs. Johansen and Mrs Allstot: During the business session it was voted to purchase a $100 bond and to send the president and secretary to the state convention Aug. 4, 5 and 6 at DCS Moines. The program was made up of talks given by young people whom the Auxiliary has sponsored at summer camps. Betty Dunn reported on the Girl Scout camp, Jerry Lattimer on the Boys State and Diane Krall, Girls State. Activities of the 3 camps were described by the speakers and benefits from such activities given. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served. —o— Patricia Canoe Weds Roy Grefe Manly—The marriage of Miss Patricia Canoe, daughter of R. E. Nettleton and the late Mrs. Nettleton of Dumont, and Roy Grefe. son of Mrs. William Grefe of Manly, took place July 14, at St. Patrick's church at Hampton. The double ring, ceremony was performed by the Rev. Leo Derga of Sacred Heart church of Manly. Mrs. Richard Daly of Charles City, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Robert Grefe of Manly, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Following the ceremony, a dinner was served at Brun's Inn to nembers of the immediate fami- ies. The couple left by auto on a rip to southern Illinois, and will live at Manly. The bride was graduated from the Dumont high school and recently completed a course in cos- meotology at LaJames college at Mason City. The bridegroom attended Manly high school and spent 5 years in the army, 2 of which were overseas. He is in the employ of tho Mason City Bottling Company. in Very Fine Fabrics Usually Found Only in Much Higher Priced Suits • Glen Plaids and Checks • Four Button Fronts • Club Collar • Fly Front Skirt • Sizes 10 to 16 USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN VERY SHEER 15 DENIER, 51 GAUGE NYLONS 175 Regular k I 1.95 Values INOW 1 ON WEDDING TRIP TO MINNESOTA—Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Miriam Lattimer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lattimer, 415 5th S. E., and Howard Livedalen, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hans K. Livedalen of Halton, N. Dak., performed July 20 in St. Joseph's rectory by the Rev. Robert Saunders. Mrs. Thomas F. Cavanaugh, sister of the bride, and Don Lattimer, brother of the bride, were the attendants. The bride wore a powder *blue triple sheer crepe princess dress with navy and white accessories and carried a colonial bou- Hairdressers Have Showing of New Look The National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists association, unit 731 Cosmetologists association, unit 731, held a program on the "New Look" Wednesday evening in the P. G. & E. auditorium. Miss Irene Rezabek was elected to the office of historian during the meeting. A gift was presented to Mrs. Elizabeth Myers in recognition of the many services she has contributed to the organization. Each member brought a new hair style, showing the trend for fall. Evident was the sleek, smooth head with emphasis on wave. The natural contour of the head was revealed in the short cut and arrangement of the hair. quet of summer flowers with white satin streamers. Mrs. Cavanaugh wore a grey dress with navy accessories and carried a similar bouquet with blue satin streamers. A breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents to the bridal party following the ceremony. The table was centered with a 3-tier wedding cake and white tapers in crystal holders. The bride is a graduate of the College of St. Teresa , Winona, Minn., served in the WAVES for Fait Fashion Showings Set 11 Inch Length By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Fashion Editor New York, (fP) —American women have won their battle against exaggerated French styles, it became increasingly apparent Thursday, "halfway through New York's hectic week of fall fashion openings. The clothes that will be worn this fall are tailored to the American taste, simple, casual and wearable for daytime, beguiling and often sensational for after dark. Typical of the new mode is the collection of Jo Copeland, a designer who never has gone to Paris for inspiration, believing that she knows better than the French the needs of her countrywomen. She uses opulent fabrics, unusual trimmings, a slim, sleek line and a flattering back-swoosh in a series of cocktail suits and dresses. Notable is a black faille suit with small velvet collar, a white alencon lace blouse and a riding habit skirt. She uses navy broadcloth in a new chiffon weight, -which drapes like satin, in a distinguished theater or cocktail suit with jacket edged in black faille bands and worn with a blouse of American beauty satin. Skirts are slim or with discreet back fullness, skirt lengths for daytime wear are 11 inches from the floor, for after 5 o'clock use they drop to ankle length. Her evening styles are lush and magnificent, a typical example being a sumptuous creation of pink slipper satin, with full, graceful skirt, draped bodice and embroidered black velvet trim. Anthony Blotta reintroduces Empress Eugenie to the fashion world, but with subtlety and grace lacking in the little mourned craze of 1930. He shows huge stoles of matching fabric with suits, highlights a fabulous group of dinner and theater suits in rich and beautiful fabrics. Braid and embroid- —Russell Photo MARRIAGE REVEALED—Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss LaVonne Smith, daughter of Mrs. Freda Smith, 1612 Carolina N. E., and Harold Leach, son of Mrs. Emma Leach, route 3, Mason City, performed July 17 at the Little Brown church near Nashua. Charlotte Johnson acted as bridesmaid and Ervin Rackow, the bestman. After a wedding trip to Minneapolis, the couple will be at home in Mason City. ROACH-JENSEN Hampton—Word has been received of the marriage of Mrs. Lois Gillctt Jensen, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gillett of Hampton, and Donald E. Roach of Hollywood, Cal., at St. Albans church, Hollywood, June 26. After the ceremony the couple left on a trip to the Canadian Rockies and Yellowstone National park. Mrs. Roach has been senior typist and clerk in the Los Angeles department of water and power. Mr. Roach is assistant manager of the Hollywood branch commercial office of the water and power corporation. Flattering 2381 ' S;ZES ,12 - with SCOTCH TAPE PROTECT your hat from perspiration stains 3 years and ta'.ght in the Kanawha high school the past year. The bridegroom is a graduate of Luther college at Decorah and served in the army for 4i years. He is an auditor for the Standard Oil company. Mr. and Mrs. Livedalen will make their home in Independence after a wedding trip to northern Minnesota. For going away, the bride wore a gull grey dressmaker suit with grey accessories. Seifert-Nielsen Wedding Is Held Crystal Lake — Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Eileen Nielsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Nielsen of Crystal Lake to Eugene J. Seifert of Britt, performed July 4th at Albert Lea, Minn. Miss Ina Hughes of Kanawha and Ben Maland of Britt attended the couple. The bride is a graduate of the Crystal Lake high school and attended Britt Junior college the past year. The bridegroom served with the U. S. navy over 3 years and at present is employed at the Rice-Skelley oil station. They will make their home in Britt. —o— V. F. W. AUXILIARY MEETS FOR SEWING Mrs. John Pinta, 406 21st S. E., entertained 116 women of the V. F. W. auxiliary at her home Wednesday evening at a sewing bee. The auxiliary hospital chairman, Mrs. James Edgington, reported several boxes of carpet material ready to be sent to Knoxville. Mrs. Otto Engebretson received the attendance prize. Out ol town guests were Mrs. Pear! Brown of Kalamazoo, Mich., and Mrs. Howard Minnicr of Phoenix Ariz. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Minnicr ery trimmings, fringe, jet en- crustations, subtle colors and costly fabrics keynote his collection. —o— The French language grew from the colloquial Latin of Caesar's legions combined with Celtic, Germanic and Gallic words. It was not called "French" until the llth Century, when it took its name from the small kingdom of France Trousseau Tea Held for Bride Mrs. A. G. Malaktaris entertained 40 guests at a trousseau tea at her home, 630 6th' S. W. Wednesday, honoring her daughter, Miss Stella Malaktaris, who will be married Sunday to William Rickoff. The bride's trousseau and gifts were displayed. Her colors, aqua, yellow and pink, were carried out in the table decorations and Mrs. O. G. Butler and Mrs. Tom Path- oulas poured. Out of town guests were Mrs. Peter Lament of Minneapolis, Mrs. William Brown and Mrs. George Brown of Hampton and Miss Kristine Karrant of Fort Smith, Ark. -—o— AUG. 22 IS DATE SET FOR WEDDING Decorah—Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hoeg announce the engagement of their daughter, Sally Ann, and Walter Hamilton Williams of Clarkfield, Minn. The wedding will take place Augs 22, at the Decorah Lutheran church. 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Size 36 requires 4J 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 Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. Iflth. St., New York 11, N. Y. v* FOR YOUR CALENDAR OF SUMMER FUN *vr ^ TOWN 'N' TRAVEL $coo 5 Shape it to match your mood . . , the occasion!' Smart with town suits . . . country cottons! It's made of fine, muss-proof ribbon belting ... in a rainbow of colors! Millinery Department

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