Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 21, 1948 · Page 12
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8 July 20, ., 1948 IfAion City GUbc-Gaictte, Maitn City, la. TO WED IN. FALL—Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hebel of Manly announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dolores Ann, of Mason City to Richard M. Mathahs, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mathahs of Manly. The wedding will take place this fall. Wedding Planned at Britt Church Britt—Kenneth Higdon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Higdon of Britt, will be married to Miss Feme Oosterreichcr of Titonka, on Aug. 1 in the Methodist church of Britt. Miss Oesterreicher was recently honored at a pre-nuptial shower given for her at the Ray Higdon home. Kenneth Higdon is a graduate of the Britt schools, server! for several years with the U. S. army in Japan and during the past year he studied at Drake university in Des.Moines. Reports on Summer Camps to Be Given for Legion Auxiliary New Chairmen Are Appointed for Chapter Maceco chapter of the National Secretaries' association met Monday evening with Miss Betty Pedelty and Miss Helen Dunn at their Clear Lake cottage. Miss Betty Thomas, president, announced her committees appointed for the coming year. Miss Pedelty heads the social committee, assisted by Helen Johnson and Ruth Rogers; Tenora Bakken, publicity chairman, assisted by Harriet Brunsvold and Viola Cox; Alice Jean Poshusta, employment, with Leona Smith and Marie Schmidt; Pearl Lackore, membership with Lois Trettin and Delpha Klein ways and means, Bernice Puettmann, with Lois Ives and Frances Lyons. After a discussion, the business session was followed by a social hour. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cross, 422 5th S. E., have received word of the birth of a 7 pound, 9 ounce son, William Thomas, to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Cross, at Austin, Minn., on July 17. Cynthia Toinby, daughter of John Toinby, formerly of Mason City, left by plane for her home in Gassaway, W. Va., after a vacation at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Toinby, 1034 West State. Cynthia who is only 11 years old made the plane trip here and back alone. BRIDE AT METHODIST CHURCH—Lighted candles in candelabra and large baskets of flowers formed a setting in the First Methodist church for the marriage of Miss Maxine Crandall, 903 Pierce N. W., and Dwight R. Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Stone, GIG Polk S. W., performed July 17 by Dr. Lloyd A. Gustafson who read the double ring ceremony at 4 o'clock. Pre-* ceding the ceremony, organ music played by Mrs. Howard New Officers to Be Installed Daring Meeting Reports on vacation activities afforded to young people of this community by, the American Legion Auxiliary will be given ,at the Auxiliary meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the Legion hall, and officers will be installed for the coming year. Diane Krall will give an account of Girls State and Jerry Lattimer of Boys State. Betty Dunn will report on her stay at the Girl Scout camp. New officers who will be installed during the meeting include Mrs. Leo Allstot, president, Mrs. Emil Johansen, first vice president; Mrs. George Platts, 2nd 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. CELEBRATING OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE Every Coat Reduced For This Special Selling Event Don't Miss This Sale! Advance Showing of ... "Furs With A Future" COME IN TOMORROW Air Conditioned for Your Shopping Comfort '••^ '* HPIffTP 14 ^ * ,.<-'X : ,3 JKT^ HJJIf^cS* s^yv, / ? l < A ' *• W->v:<>$^ st tVVOJ^X^>j^V'>j^ x j > '^, v J u ^ & ACROSS FROM THE POSTOFFICE was Dodge and LeRoy Spurgeon sang "B e c a u s e" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Dodge who also played the traditional wedding marches. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white Skinner satin gown with a bustle effect and having a high necked sheer yoke. Her veil which fell from an orange blossom crown was net, inset with lace. She carried a colonial bouquet of summer flowers tied with white satin streamers. The matron or honor, Mrs. Robert Smalldridge, was attired in a sheer apple green gown made with a bustle. She carried a colonial bouquet with white satin streamers. Karen Stone, the niece of the bridegroom, as flowergirl, had a white voile floor length dress and carried a basket of rose petals. Donita Ransom, trainbearer, and Marilyn Grouette, .the ringbearer, nieces of the bride, were attired in white voile floor length dresses. The bridegroom was attended by Robert Smalldridge, bestman, and the ushers were Lafe Stueland and Irving Boyd. The brides mother wore a black crepe dress with black accessories and the bridegroom's mother had a brown and white Bemberg sheer with brown accessories. Both had colonial corsages. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Y. M. C. A. ban- I quet room. A 3-tier wedding cake I centered the serving table with white candles in crystal holders and bouquets of garden flowers at either side. LeRoy Spurgeon sang "Through ELECTROLUX CLEANERS AND AIR PURIFIERS Often imitated but never equaled 1.75 Complete with 9-picce attachment set $ 69 O. A. BUECHLE For sales and service call 4438 or write 210 South Tennessee, Mason City the Years" and "At Dawning," accompanied by Mrs. Dodge. Out of town guests were Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and Mrs. Ray Stone, Luverne; Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. George Ditzel and Roger of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forden, Priscilla and Warren, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone of West Bend. Mrs. Stone was graduated from the Mason City high school and has been employed by the Standard Oil company until recently. Mr. Stone was graduated from the Mason City high school and since being discharged from the army has attended Mason City junior college. This fall he plans to attend Drake university at Des Moines where the couple will live. For travel the bride wore a white Etta Gaynes box suit, green alligator shoes and bag and a straw sailor hat with green veiling. They are on a 2 weeks wedding trip to Denver—Lock photo Social Calendar TUESDAY N. A. P. E. auxiliary— 7:30. Y. M. C. A. Catholic Daughters— 8, K. C. Hall. Women's Labor auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. F. D. P. club— 8, Mrs. Harry Barnd, 3rd N. E. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Moose lodge— 8, Moose hall. WEDNESDAY Bridge club— 1, Mrs. Charles E. Strickland, Lake Shore hotel, Clear Lake. St. James circle 1— 2, church. Friendly Birthday club— 2, Mrs. Chet Buffington, 427 23rd S. W. Central Lutheran S. E. group— 2:30, Mrs. E. W. Schilling, 323 6th S. E. 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 hall. Miss Malaktaris Honored at Party Miss Stella Malaktaris, who will become the bride of William Rickoff on July 25, was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by Marion Kittleson, Lydia Carter, Kathryn Keeling and Betty Lou Rampton Monday at the Y. W. C. A. A green and white color scheme was carried out, a green sun umbrella covering the gift table. A mock wedding was given by the R ai n. b o w Girls. Games w ere played, the prize going to Mary Jane Schwandt. Mrs. Roland Edgars of Rock Falls poured. Out of town guests included Miss Kristine Karrant of Fort Smith, Ark., and Mrs. Margaret Ball of Joice. COUPLE VISITS IN MASON CITY—The prize saber of Col. M. A. Quinn, commanding officer, Kansas City quartermaster depot, which cut his own wedding cake in 1919 in the Philippines, was used by Lt. Leo J. Sweeney and his bride to cut their wedding cake at the reception held in the Windsor room of the Phillips hotel, following their wedding *June 26 at the Holy Cross church ' in Kansas City. The couple has Women Again May Be Signed Up for Army The army and air force recruiting station in Mason City is taking applications for WAC enlistment from applicants not less than 18 years of age who have not reached their 35th birthday. An applicant who is 18 years of age but has not reached her 21st birthday will be required to furnish certified written consent of parents or guardians. • Those who desire enlistment in either one of these service branches may apply for such enlistment at any U. S. army and U. S. air force recruiting main station. WAC and WAF recruiting has been tentatively scheduled to start Sept. 15. The women's armed service integration act, recently enacted into law by the congress and signed by the president, provides for women's components of the regular army and of the United States air .force. Immediately elegible for rvin-Goddard Weddinq Is Held Charles City—Irma Mae Goddard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goddard, was married July 18 in the First Methodist church to John Francis Irvin, son of Mrs. Kathrine Hogeboom, Rose Creek, Minn. The pastor, the Rev. J. K. Delahooke. officiated at the double ring informal ceremony. Matron-of-honor was Mrs. Har- | old White, and the best man was Paul Irvin, brother of the bridegroom. Austin, Minn. Ushers were Harold J. Kraus. Amery, Wis., cousin of the bride, and Harold White. A reception was held in the Fireside room of the church for approximately 65 guests. The bride is a graduate of the Charles City high school and is employed at the Oliver Corporation office. The bridegroom was graduated from the Lyle, Minn., high school and served a short term in the navy. He is employed at the Oliver Corporation. The couple is at home at Charles City. Bridai Couple Is on Trip to North Decorah—Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Bpthell are at Detroit Lakes, Minn., following their marriage July 17, at the Highland Lutheran church. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Langland of Highland township, and the bridegroom is a son of Ray Bothell of Iowa City. The Rev. William T. Hexom was the officiating clergyman. Joel Langland, the bride's brother played the wedding music, and accompanied Miss Janet Bitterman of Iowa City, who sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her attendants were her sister, Mrs. Corrine Hexom, matron of honor, and Miss Lois Langland and Mrs. Virgil Smith, bridesmaids. Cheryl Hill was flower girl and Clyde Hill was ring bearer. William Bothell, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and Rodney Wood of Iowa City and Richard Langland were ushers, Following the ceremony a reception for 75 was held in the church.parlors. The bride is a graduate of Decorah high school and of the University of Iowa' school of nursing. She attended the junior college at Santa Ana, Cal., and is now as- istant supervisor of. the operat- ng room at the University hospital. The bridegroom is a graduate of Iowa City high school, and has a B. A. degree from the Univers- ty of Iowa. He completed the army officers' training course with rank of lieutenant and is a student in the university school of dentistry. They will live at Iowa City. —o— been visiting Lt. Sweeney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sweeney, 835 East State, the past week. Lt. Sweeney has been in service more than 3 years and has been stationed at the depot 2 years as transportation officer. He expects to be discharged about Sept. 1 and return to school. Mrs. Sweeney was Annabelle Pecaro, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pecaro of Kansas City before her marriage. She has been artist illustrator at the Kansas City quartermaster depot. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sweeney and daughter, Irene, attended the wedding at which Miss Sweeney was first bridesmaid. Donald Brooker, Joan Wright Wed Osage—Joan Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wright, Osage, became the bride of Pfc. Donald Brooker. U. S. marines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brooker, July 17, at the bride's home, relatives and close friends attending. Phyllis Porter. Ames, student at Iowa State Teachers college, enlistment in either of these components, provided they are otherwise qualified, are: Members of the women's army corps, AUS; (2) women with prior service in any. of the armed forces, and (3) women with no prior military service. There are many provisions and mention, but full information can be had at the army and air force recruiting station, 115 1st S. E. sang, accompanied at the piano by Hugh Young, Jr. Beth Burtch and Dean Brooker, brother of the bridegroom, were attendants. Both are Osage high school graduates, and the bride attended Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, last year. Mr. Brooker attended Teachers college and is a member of the U. S. marines with San Diego his base. He is to return this Saturday. FLASHES? Quick Trick NOW! YELLOW BLUE BONNET IN 2 MINU1ES FLAT! Yes! This famous Qualify Margarine Are yon going thru the functional 'middle-age' period peculiar to women (38-52 yrs.)? Does this make you suffer Irom hot flashes, reel so nervous, high-strung, tired? Then DO try lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! Pinkham's Compound also has what Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S 1 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED IN JULY Garner — County Clerk Ruth Hughes reports only one marriage license issued during the first half of July. The license was issued to Chalmas Chestnut. 22, and Leona Wood, 20, both of Mason City. Pillows Cleaned and Renovated Lyons are especially equipped to scientifically clean and renovate your pillows. This new exclusive process removes all excessive dust and broken quills as well as dried perspiration and germs, and returns their original fluffiness. Phone 600 Prompt Pick-up and Delivery now comes in a "Yellow Quik" Bog! ountry-sweet flavor! Fresh, delicate, delicious! For BLUE BONNET is made from choice products of fine American farms; Proved nutrition ! Just three half-ounce pats of BLUB BONNET give as much Food-Energy as a medium lamb chop! As much Vitamin A as in three glasses of milk! OR as much Vitamin A as in 2 to 3 fresh eggs! Plus, Vitamin E and other food essentials! MADE IV 'THE MAINS %F HEISCNNAMM'S 1USI, Real economy! 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