Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 22, 1948 · Page 12
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
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July 21, 1S48 "»••» CUjr <IUh«-G»i«lU. )<•*•• City. U. Ladies Day Held at. Mason City Country Cjub Lock Photo HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING—Mr. arid Mrs. Daniel Sullivan celebrated their golden wedding Tuesday at their home, 210 Connecticut N. E., where open house was held in the afternoon and evening. The day's'observance began with Mass at the Holy Family church where the Rt Rev. Msgr. R. P. Murphy was celebrant. One hundred and fifty guests called during the open house. Flowers were used throughout the rooms and the serving table was centered with a tiered wedding JL cake. Mrs. Howard Hurley, Mrs. Elmer Nangle, Mrs. J. B. McGuire and Mrs. Ida Burke assisted in serving. Out of town guests included Madge Graf of Minneapolis, Mrs. Adeline Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Sullivan and daughter, Catherine, Oelwein, Paul Sullivan "at Ames, and William Sullivan of -Washington, D. C. The Sullivans moved to Mason 'City in 1914 when Mr. Sullivan '. became yardmaster for the M. & St. L. He'retired from the railroad about 10 years ago. When they •were married. July 20, 1898, at Susquehanna, Pa., he was an engineer for the Erie Railroad, and was later transferred to Chicago and Fort Dodge. Mrs. Sullivan was Catherine Donahue before her marriage. BITS ABOUT 'EM Word has been received of the birth "of a son, John Francis, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jewell on July 19. The baby is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jewell, 412. First N. W., and Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McDonald, 515 5th S. E. He has one brother, David Michael. T Dinner-bridge /s Scheduled for Thursday Bridge was .played at 14 tables during ladies day Tuesday at the Mason City Country club, following a 1 o'clock luncheon. The morning was devoted to golf. Prizes in bridge went to Mrs. Don FitzGerald, Mrs. Benton Horton, Mrs. G. J. Sartor, Mrs. L. M. Cubbison, Mrs. J. B. Youngblood, Jr., Mrs. C. A. Hanson and Mrs. Willard Hunter. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Carl Klath, Mrs. Paul Pritchard and Mrs. Willard Brewster. Mi-s. Howard O'Leary was the golf hostess. Events at the Country club tor the rest of July include a dinner- bridge Thursday evening. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Osmundson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearce. —o— L. C. Auxiliary Meets for Picnic Letter Carriers auxiliary No. 201 and their husbands met at West park Tuesday evening for a picnic dinner. Postmaster and Mrs. Fred Cahalan and prospective members of the auxiliary were guests. After the dinner, a business meeting was conducted at the home of Mrs. Virgil Chehock, 722 Pennsylvania N. E., where Mrs. Cahalan was made an honorary mernbdy- of the auxiliary and Mrs. Hans Bracklein, Mrs. Leroy Molt and Mrs. Keith Loterbour became new members. The next meeting will be Sept. 21 at the home of Mrs. J. W. Gdebling, 1150 East State. —o— DORRENE TACK TO WED JOHN ENTZ JULY 24 Greene—Louis Tack of Greene announces the engagement and approaching marriage of his daughter, Dorrene, to John Entz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Entz, Route 4, Waterloo. The wedding will take place at 8 p. m., July 24, in St. Joseph's Catholic rectory in Waterloo. Miss Tack is a graduate of the 2-year elementary course at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and has been 2nd grade teacher at Orange consolidated school. Her fiance is engaged in farming. Commissions in Reserves for Nurses I Under the new plan, the Army Nurse Corps is offering 29,000 reserve commissions, ranging from 2nd lieutenant to lieutenant colonel, depending upon age and nursing experience. Major Kathryn E. Witter, ANC recently arrived from Denver, wil be in Omaha for the next 90 days to advise and assist nurses under this new plan. Her office is room 705, Federal Building, Omaha, Nebr., telephone Jackson 7900, extension 1G3. According to Major Witter, an applicant for a reserve commission must be between 21 and 45 years of age, must be a registered nurse, and may be either single or married. Former service with the Army Nurse Corps is not required. Nurses receiving a reserve commission under this program will not be called to active duty except during a national emergency or upon the individual's specific request. Nurses interested in this plan should contact Major Witter at the nearest U. S. Army and U. S. Air , Forces Recruiting Station for ad| ditional information. , 14-H ClubsGive TO BE BRIDE OF MASON C1TYAN—Mrs. Donald William Reps of Los Angeles, Cal., announces the engagement and approaching mar- [ Ri irP^JIJ prOnrSm * Mrs. James T. Feeney, 18 l.lth N. E., announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Lois Jane, to John Emmett Knapp, son of Mrs. A. S. Knapp, 622 N. Federal, and the late Mr. Knapp. The wedding will tak"e place Aug. 21 at Holy Family church. , ., marriage of her daughter, Adelaide, to Tom MacNider, oldest son of General and Mrs. Han ford MacNider. The wedding is planned for Aug. 19 at "Indianhead." Reps has spent many summers at Clear Lake visiting her grandparents, the late C. H. Plattenburg and Mrs. Plattcnburg and is now there with her mother and sister at the Curtis Amen cottage. She i.s a member of the California Scholastic Federation and of Kappa Kappa Gama sorority at the University of California, Los Angeles. Mr MacNider is a graduate of Milton Academy and is a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity at Iowa State college. He has completed his studies at Harvard university where he was a member of Hasty Pudding and of the Institute of 1776. During the war, he was an aerial gunner in the Army Air force. FULL 12 OUNCES (2 FULL GLASSES) Bottled by: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO., of Mason City Under appointment from Pepsi-Cola Company. N. Y. —Free Photo TO ATTEND RECEPTION — Mrs. Hugh Stevens, newly elected state junior vice president of the Women's Relief Corps, will attend a reception to be given by Corps 11, T. Z. Cook, Cedar Rapids. Thursday in honor of Josephine Kuba, department president. Norvella Ellis, department patriotic instructor, and all state officers. Mrs. Stevens was elected to the junior vice presidency during the stale convention held in Mason City in June. FREEZING FRUIT? 19-48 Edition of Famous Gu/aV FREE Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Firemen's auxiliary— 6:15, East park pavilion. Wa-Tan-Ye club — 6:30, All Veterans Social Center, Clear Lake. Freeman Ladies aid— 7, East park. Legion Auxiliary— 7:30, Legion hali. THURSDAY Newcomers club— 1:45, Y. W. C. A. Energetic class— Congregational church. Baptist circle 5— 2. Mrs. Robert Hayden, 50f) N. 2nd. Clear Lake. L. V. G. A. club— Mrs. Roy Ward. Immanuel Dorcas aid— 2:30, church. Legion Women Golfers— 4. Legion Golf club. Holy Family circle 11— 7:30, West park, Mrs. J. Murphy. G. A. P. A.— 7:30, Greek Orthodox church. Bethlehem Walthcr league—• 7:45, church social rooms. Trades and Labor assembly— 8. I. O. O. F. 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. Skits, demonstrations, songs and piano selections were on the an| nual boys and girls 4-H Farm Bui reau program presented at the I Portland hall. Gifts were presented to Mrs. I Earl Dean, leader, and Mrs. Leo I Oswald, assistant leader, by the girls and to Leo Oswald, leader, | by the boys. Refreshments were sold and proceeds will be divided among the clubs. —o— CAROLINE M. GARBES i TO WED BUD ELTJES Clarksville—Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1 Garbes of Clarksville announce the engagement and approaching mar- SeKander-Girkin Wedding Is Held Charles City—Arlerie Irma Girkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Girkin, and Robert SeKander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Se- Kander, all of Charles City, were married m the rectory of the Immaculate Conception Catholic church July 19, the double ring ceremony being performed by the Rev. Vincent Merfeld. tinue there. The bridegroom" was graduated from the Charles City ligh school and served a term in the marines, part of which was overseas duty. He received his discharge Last year and is now employed in the Iowa liquor store. MEETING POSTPONED BY GARDEN CLUB The Garden club meeting, scheduled for Thursday evening, has been postponed for a week to July 29, when it will be held in the Carleton Stewart garden, 937 4th Maid of honor was Marian Behl- S. E. ing of Charles City, cousin of the bride, and the best man was Melvin Groesbeck, Charles City. The couple left Monday afternoon for a week in the Black Hills. The bride is an employe of the Bell Telephone office and will con- SHELL ROCK COUPLE LICENSED TO WED Allison—A marriage license hss been issued to Merle Smith. 23, Shell Rock, and Alice A. Loomer Thompson, 20, Shell Rock. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Clarion—Marriage licenses have been issued to Raymond Irwin Jctmund, 38, Dows, and Peggy _ o _ o ^ Catherine Tobin. 27, Dows; Merle j ria°ge"of "their" daughter," Caroline Mr Kesley. The wedding will be an event of July 30 at Shell Rock. The bride- to-be has been employed as a nurse's aide in the Mercy hospital in Waverly and the bridegroom- to-be is employed by a book company working out of Kesley where D. Michclson, 19. Clarion, and Marie, to Bud Eltjes, son of Evelyn B. Loyd, 19, Clarion; Clif- and MrS- Walter Eltjes of Ke ford LeRoy Engh. 22. 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