Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 22, 1948 · Page 11
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
Page 11
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Miss Heller Weds Raymond Kollasch Whittemore—Josephine Heeler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Heller, Fort Dodge, and Raymond Kollasch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollasch, Wbittemore, were married in Corpus Christ! church July 19. The bridesmaids were sisters of the bride. Mrs. F. Coughlin, Fort Dodge, a.nd Mrs. Donald Compr- ton, Fort Dodge. Lloyd Kollasch was best man and Michael Lloyd, Mason City, also attended the bridegroom. Acolytes for the nup- tial mass were Merle Kollasch, brother of the bridegroom, and Armand Elbert. Following the ceremony a breakfast was held at Raywood. , The bridegroom is a graduate of Presentation academy. He served nearly 2 years as an M. P., most of the time in Europe. He was a corporal. Mr. and Mrs. Kallasch will live in Whittemore. Most foods that go into the refrigerator should be kept tightly covered. Meat that has not been cooked yet is an exception to this rule. Cover it only lightly, since ..tight covering promotes bacterial r growth. United Financial Service "Family Financial Counsellors" GEORGE F. OLSON, Mgr. 151 North Federal (Over Ford Hopkins Drug) Phone 57 Grace A Barr, G. Done/son /Are Married Announcement is made of the marriage of Grace A. Barr, 642 Pennsylvania S. E., and George Donelson, Mason City, performed Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Little Chapel of Wesley church. Dr. Paul A. Peterson officiated in the presence of a few close friends and relatives of the couple. Keith Raw was Mr. Donelson's bestman and the bride was attended by Mrs. Ted Galbreath. The bride wore a brown and white street length dress with brown accessories and her corsage was of roses and rhubrum lilies. After a short wedding trip, Mr and Mrs. Donelson will be at home in Mason City. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED Northwood—Marriage licenses were issued over the weekend to Ray Turnbull, 47, and' Helen Blaschke, 36, both of St. Paul Clarence F. Minke, 29, and Helen C. Helgerson, 34, both of North St Paul; Robert H. Wray, 25, anc Phyllis Seifert, 20; Louis Chiodo 37, and Marjorie Jacobson, 32 James Crowder, legal, and Opal E Berg, legal; Ewald Arp, 41, anc Mildred G. Krook, 34; Mitchel McAlpine, 21, and LaVerne Landsberger, 18, all of Minneapolis. * + SOCIETY NEWS + ct»y oi«i».OftMM*. *•••« «»r. !»• July ti 11 Chesnut-Wood Wedding Held at Woden Methodist Church —Russell photo TO WED IN AUGUST—Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Borchardt of Plymouth announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Vera Lucille, to Delias Root, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Root of New Richland, Minn. Aug. 22 is the date chosen for the ceremony which will take place at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Grafton with the Rev. S. M. Becker of Waterloo officiating. Couples Granted Licenses to Wed New Hampton — Marriage licenses have been issued to Wilbur R. Rose, 24, and Jennie I. Slater, 24, both of Des Moines; Delbert Burton Anderson, 21, Waverly, and Helen M. Welter, 17, Nashua; Dwight A. Taylor, 23, Grinnell, and Lois Benson, 22, Kellogg; Donald Richard Cole, 20, Forest City, and DeLores Marie Kaduce, 18, Klemme; Ira H. McDonald, 30, and Marjorie M. Miller, 28, both of Des Moines; Alvin Walter Baebler, 29, Monticello. Wis., and Marie Sara Disch, 30, Monroe, Wis.; Lavern Christiansen, 39, and Miss Leona Marie Wood, 201* Taylor S. W., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wood of Woden, became the bride of Chalmas G. Chesnut of Mason City at the Methodist church in Woden, the Rev. Elmer Peterson officiating at the candlelight double ring ceremony July 17, The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white silk marquisette gown with a Chantilly lace edged train. Her lace trimmed finger tip veil was caught in a crown of rhinestones and she carried a white Bible with red roses and streamers Mrs. Alvin Hanna, sister of the bride, as matron of honor, wore a blue formal with a blue shoulder length veil and carried a pink and white carnation candlelight bouquet. Mrs. Wayne Naser, another sister, was bridesmaid in a pink formal with a matching shoulder length veil. She carriea a yellow and white carnation candlelight bouquet. The flower girls were LaVonne Wood, sister of the bride, who wore blue and Barbara Chesnut, niece of the bridegroom, who carried baskets of sweetpeas. Ronald Hanna, nephew of the bride, carried the rings on a white heart shaped pillow. Alvin Hanna, brother-in-law of the bride, and Roy Chesnut, brother of the bridegroom, were his attendants. Marvel Thomason and Iris Heyer were usherettes and lighted the candles. Miss Thomason wore an aqua formal and a corsage o£ pink and white carnations and Miss Heyer a yellow formal and a corsage of yel- —Russell photo MR. AND MRS. CHESNUT Mildred Markstrom, Minneapolis. 34, both of ORLEANS Red Wing Pottery 20 Piece Starter Set Specially Priced At low and white carnations. The bride's mother wore a black dress with white accessories and the bridegroom's sister-in-law, Mrs. Roy Chesnut, a tan suit. Both had corsages of pink and white carnations. Mrs Donald Wood sang Because" and "I Love You Truly" preceding the ceremony. Mrs. Wilbur Godfredson played the traditional wedding marches and Logsdons to Have Golden Wedding Iowa Falls—Mr. and Mrs. Len Logsdon, former Iowa Falls residents, will observe their golden wedding anniversary July 25, with open house at their home at Linden. Mr. Logsdon is a former superintendent of highway maintenance in Hardin county. Logsdon Wayside park, 10 miles south of Iowa Falls, was named in honor of Mr. Logsdon because of his interest and work in developing a bit of otherwise waste land into one of the best wayside parks in the state. Start Your Set Now TOWN and COUNTRY Red Wing Pottery 24 Piece Starter Set Only $14,80 In Four Colors Convenient Terms Merle Meighan, 26, and Helen Diederich, 20, both of New Hampton; Ronald L. Downs, 25, and Paula Crawford, 27, both of Beaver Creek; Ralph E. Adams, 37, and Reva McKissack, 35, both of Chicago; W. Frank Reid, legal, and Esther Hensely, legal, both of Rockford, 111.; Paul R. Kempf, 29, and Phyllis N. Sloan, 23, both of Muscatine; Jimmie D. Morgan, 21. and Patricia J.- Thorp. 18, both of Jewell: Allan R. Wolfe. 23, and Mary A. Grund, 25, both of Des Moines; Gerald Gifford, 20, Alpha, and Doris C. Kilcher, 20, Waucoma; Harley McDaniel, 36, Monroe, and Ruby E. Martin, 41, Newton; John Dale Wood, 25, Spring Hill and Violet June Knousc, 18, Indianola; Wayne H. Brown, 21, and Virginia Mae Smith, 20, both of Washington. Howard Walton, 26, and Rita Nordahl, 18, both of Eu Claire, Wis.; Keith Callies, 20, and Janice Smith, 1C, both of Waterloo; Harlan Nelson, 23, Elsworth, Wis., and Margaret Stark, 24, Red Wing. Minn.; Merle O. Kruesjer, 21. and Madeline Whisler, 17, both of Austin, Minn.; George E. Patee, 23, and Dorothy Joan Andersen, 18, both of Kenyon, Minn.; Daryl L. Bodkin, 20, Olin, and Norma F. Smith, 18, Mcchanicsville; LaVerne Arfinson, 2V), and Frances Brock, 30, both of Jewell. -—o— W. R. C. CIRCLE HAS PICNIC AT PARK W. R. C. social circle met for its annual picnic at East park Tuesday. The 1 o'clock pot luck dinner was followed by games and a social time for members and guests. The next circle meeting will be Aug. 17 at Labor hall. accompanied Lila Heyer Mrs. Wood, accompanied she sang Miss Mrs. Godfredson as Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Chesnut is a graduate of the Woden school and is employed at the Mercy hospital. Mr. Chesnut attended school in Arkansas and served in the U. S. army. He is employed at Armco Steel company in Mason City where they will make their home. A reception was held in the church basement for 150 guests following the ceremony. Joan Rittenhouse and Betty Gerdes assisted in serving. Prenuptial parties for the bride included a shower given by Miss Iris Heyer, Miss Mary Gagnon and Miss Virginia Buss. —o— HALLBERG-PORTER Charles City — Miss Imogene Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Porter, and Delbert Hallberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hallberg, were married July 4 by an army chaplain at Battle Creek, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McBride of Battle Creek were the attendants. They will reside at Battle Creek, Mich. Delbert Hallberg has been in the army for years and is stationed at Fort Custer, Mich. —o— WOODLEYS MEET Clarion — The 18th Woodlej family reunion was held Sunday at the Clarion Recreational park with 100 members present. Clair Woodley of Allison was electee president and Everett Woodley o: Clarion, vice president. The nex meeting will be held the 3rd Sunday in July, 1949, at the Walte Woodley farm near Hansell. ENGER-HEADLEY Lloyd Vernon Enger of Crystal Lake, Minn., and Virginia Headley of Minneapolis were married July 17 at the Little chapel of Wesley church by Dr. Paul A. Peterson. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Robert Gettman attended t h e couple. The bride wore a white suit with white accessories'" and a corsage of pink rosebuds. The herb tarragon, in eithe: fresh or dried form, is suitable fo flavoring, salad dressing, salads fish and chicken dishes. Dr. Horace Seymour Beemer Brick and Tile Kuilding EXTRACTION OF TEETH X-RAY Look Prettier — Longer! HAVE YOUR DRAPES DRY CLEANED AT ACROSS FROM THE PARK Wolverine "CUDDLE PANT TIE PANTIE THAT IS NO UNDER-COVER FIGURE PROBLEM WITH CUDDLE PANTS! and they're so wonderfully cool for summer! The Cuddle molds your figure beautifully without tight elastic . . . double woven of Avisco rayon . .. stretches 100% ! Wash .easily . . . dry overnight! Blue, pink, yellow, white, or black rayon. Small, med., large. 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