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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1948
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10 June 3«, 1»4* !(%••• CMr GUto-OMctte, MM«B City. U. Miss Klinehart Becomes 'Bride of L L Idler Nashua—The Rev. Arnold Jahr read the double ring ceremony in the marriage of Miss Verna Klinehart, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klinehart of Nashua, and Leighton Leroy Idler, only son of Ellsworth Idler of Bassett, and Mrs. Maud Otto of Mason City, June 27, at St. John's Lutheran church in Nashua, before the altar decorated with fern and garden flowers. There were 140 guests. Miss Clarice Wolff, organist, played the traditional wedding marches and accompanied Miss Edna Kristiansen, the soloist. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown fashioned with a satin bodice and a skirt of silk marquisette ending in a long train. The fingertip veil, held by a beaded tiara, was of illusion net edged with- lace. Her jewelry was a 3 strand necklace of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses and sweet peas, and a handkerchief, a gift for her wedding day from the late Miss Dora Kruger. Miss Ardyth M. Otto, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Leola Mack, cousin of the bride, and Miss Jeanette Juhl. ; The best- man was Bert Schoenfeld of Mason City and the ushers were -Roy Klinehart, brother of the bride, and Marvin Wolf. Carleen Denner and David Kalkbrenner, cousins of the bride, were flower girl and ring bearer. A reception was held in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mesdames Arnold Klinehart, Stanley Edson and Hugo Poppe. Miss Eleanor Mack had charge of the guest book and gifts. The Misses Wanda Mack, Berniece Plautz Lela Jakel and Glenda Otto assisted in serving. For the wedding trip to Yellowstone National park, the bride chose a white pique suit. Her accessories were white and her corsage of red roses. Upon their return, they will be at home in Charles City. The bride was graduated from the Nashua high school and attended Upper Iowa university. For the past 4 years, she has been teaching in the rural schools of Floyd and Chickasavv counties. The bridegroom is a graduate o the Charles City high school, anc served as a lieutenant in World war II, being overseas for 2 years He is employed at the Oliver corporation in Charles City. Ladies Day Events Held at Mason City Country Club WEDS AT GENEVA—Miss Verneta Johansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Johansen of Geneva, became the bride of Dallas L. Clock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Clock of Geneva June 27 at the Methodist church in Geneva. The Rev. Roger Tappmeyer, pastor of the church, performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Roger Tappmeyer played the nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Clifford Prull, who sang. Mrs. Harold Rector of Alexander, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Charles Van Wert of Hampton, uncle of the bridegroom, was the best man. Ushers were Evanel Johansen of Geneva and Harold Rector of Alexander. Dixie Mason, cousin of the bridegroom, and Arlo Johansen, brother of the bride, were the candlelight- ers. A reception was in the church parlors. After a wedding trip to northern Minnesota they will be at home in Geneva. The bride is a graduate of the Geneva high school and of the Hamilton School of Commerce and for the past 2 years has been employed in Mason City. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Geneva high school, served in the armed forces for 18 months and is now employed by McNames and Patterson in Geneva. LICENSE TO MARRY GRANTED AT CRESCO Cresco—A marriage license has been issued to Gene F. Overcamp, 23, and Baverly Whitney, 20, Rochester, Minn. White-tailed deer live in almost all parts of the United States. IT'S REALLY GREAT TO ENJOY Mason Cityan's Verses on Air Poetry by Mrs. Gail James Vi- neer will be read on the "Starlit Road" program Thursday evening at 11 o'clock over WHO. This is a program of poetry and background music with Leonard Howe in charge. HOME BUILDERS CLASS HAS MEETING Members of the Home Buliders class of the First Baptist (y church were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Kislia, Clear Lake, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Venz were in charge. Guests were Mrs. Russell Zeigler of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wood, Mr. and Mrs. William Crockett and Mr., and Mrs. Roy Asphal. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. ^J^row to f tan l/lc (JUeddina Get This Booklet Free at > our No Obligation Jtaundromat Lightens Washday Work All the tasks are done for you automatically right within its cabinet. Just put the clothes in, set the dial . . . the Laundromat fills, washes, rinses, damp-dries, cleans and drains then shuts itself off ... automatically. Another weeks wash done and your hands never touched water. Let us explain how you may have this amazing work saver in your home. Carrie Van Ness Co Carter photo BRIDE AT LELAND — Betty Anne Branstad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Branstad and Burton Claire Haugen, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Haugen of Leland were married June 20, at Our Saviour's church in Leland by the Rev. Perry Sampson. The bride was given in marriage by her father and her attendants were her aunt, Mrs. William Groath, matron of honor, the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Edwin Berry of Joice, and Mrs. Lester Amundson, bridesmaids; Kay Haugen, niece of the bride, flower girl. Allan Gene Haugen was his brother's best man and ushers were Floyd Branstad of Lake Mills and Burnell Jordahl. Philip Kloster was ring bearer. The nuptial music was sung by Mildred Holstad of Lake Mills, accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Peterson who also played the wedding marches. A reception for 150 guests was held in the church parlors. After a trip to Canada they will be at home at Forest City. Mrs. Haugen is a graduate of Leland high school and Waldorf college and taught school in Lakota and Leland. Mr. Haugen is a graduate of Leland high school and j a junior high school teacher and coach in the Forest City school. —Russell Photo BELMOND BRIDE—Mary Joyce Helland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Helland, and Orland Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Finn, all of Belmond, were married June 25 at St. Francis Catholic church by the Rev. R. A. Ormsby. Music was provided by the choir and Miss Kathryn Blake was sotoist, accompanied by Miss Viola Quigley, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. L. Deme of Blooming Prairie, Minn., sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and Roger Finn was his brother's bestman. Bobby Jim Barry and LeRoy Smith were acolytes. Ushers were Richard and Clair Finn. A reception was held at the bv'ide's home for 50 guests following the mass. Breakfast was served and the couple left on a wedding trip to Lake Star, near Dent, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Finn will be at home in Belmond where he is engaged in trucking. Both are graduates of the Belmond high school. Holy Family Aid Meeting Is Conducted Holy Family Ladies aid met Tuesday afternoon at the school hall for a program of music and dancing. Two tap dances were performed by Pat and Kay Lannon, accompanied by Mrs. Shirley Skram and a novelty tap by Mary Beth Sartor, accompanied by Donna Sartor. The latter played 2 piano solos, "Polonaise" and "To Spring." After the program, a short business session was held, followed by a social hour and refreshments. Plans were made for an ice cream social to be held in July. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. George Cable, 22 Jefferson N. W. have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Morton of Plainwell, Mich., who are enroute home after a wedding trip to Colorado Springs. Mrs. Morton was formerly Adeline J. Ferrier of Mason City, niece of the Cables. Jackson Church Nuptial Setting Forest City—Betty Jane Knabe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Knabe of Jackson, Minn., became the bride of Bob Bergen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bergen June 12 at Our Saviour's Lutheran church in Jackson with the Rev. Stanley R. Olson officiating, assisted by the Rev. Benjamin Coltvet of Fertile. Mrs. A. A. Nasby played a prelude of organ music and Mrs. Stanley Olson sang. Mrs. Robert Heard of St. Paul was her sister's matron of honor. Altrude Lang- hany of Alexandria, Minn., and Bonnie Cook were bridesmaids. Mary Ann Knabe was junior bridesmaid and Jane Peterson, flower girl. Douglas Knabe was bestman. Ushers were Robert Heard of St. Paul, Alfred Larson of Eagle Grove, Harold Yonker and Roland Graves. Following the ceremony a ception Cor 200 was held in the church parlors. After a trip thitjugh Minnesota and Wisconsin, they will be at home on the Bergen farm east of town. Mrs. Bergen is a graduate of Jackson high school and attended Waldorf college. Mr. Bergen served 18 months overseas. Bridge, Golf Are Featured Entertainment Golf and bridge were played by the women of the Mason City Country club at the fortnightly ladies day Tuesday at the club. T w e n t y-three assembled for golf in the morning and winners were Mrs. W. B. Hathorn who had low net on the odd holes, Mrs. Ray Sward, low net on the even scores, and Mrs. C. R. Brown, high net on the even. Luncheon was served at noon and bridge followed. Prizes went to Mrs. Roger Patton, Mrs. Stratton Shannon, Mrs. E. F. Vaughn and Mrs. Paul Pritchard. Mrs. Sward acted as hostess to the golfers and bridge hostesses were Mrs. Jay Tubbesing, Mrs. Emil Koerber and Mrs. Abbott Wolf. The next ladies day is scheduled for July 6. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Trinity Highland circle— 6:30, East park. THURSDAY T. C. club— 1, Eadmar hotel. Trinity Ladies aid— 2, church. Hanford Ladies aid— 2, Mrs. E. C. Frazier. Girl Scout council— 9:30, Girl Scout office. R. N. A. Health club— 2, Labor hall. Energetic class— Congregational church. First Covenant Ladies aid— 2, Mrs. Virginia Ouverson, 812 10th N. E. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid— 2: Group 1, Mrs. Frank C. Smith, 1301 Adams N. W. 8: Group 3, George Gooder home, 907 Tyler N. W. Immanuel circle 1— Mrs. Fritz Frid, 1703 Carolina N. E. DOUGHERTY WEDDING—Miss Margaret Conway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Conway, became the bride of Bernard J. Marzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Marzen, all of Dougherty, June 22, at St. Patrick's church. The Rev. P. J. McGuire officiated. Donald Multauf, cousin of the bridegroom, was the organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father and had her sister, Mrs. Edward Rwen, as matron of honor. Miss Lucille Conway was maid of honor and Miss Dorothy Multauf, bridesmaid. Leo Marzen, brother of the bridegroom, was bestman and Edward Conway and Gerald Marzen, brothers of the couple, were ushers. Barbara Merfeld was flower girl and Rosemary Chute, ringbearer. A reception was held at noon in the parish hall for 75 relatives and friends. After a trip to Nebraska and other points, they will be at home on a farm southwest of Dougherty. The bride is a graduate of St. Patrick's school at Dougherty. The bridegroom served 18 months in the U. S. army, being stationed in the Philippines. Past Noble Grands— 2, I. O. O. F. hall. Daughters of Penelope— 7:30, Ahepa hall. Bethlehem Walther league— 7:45, church social room. Women of the Moose— 8, Moose hall. L. O. T. O.— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Building Trades council— 8, Labor hall. Gladys Loesch Weds Oswald Wik S p i 11 v i 11 e—Mrs. Christina Loesch of Spillville announces the marriage of her daughter, Gladys, R. N. to Oswald Wik, son of Mrs. Bertiva Wik of Minneapolis, which took place June 26 at the Basilica Kiefer photo BECOMES BRIDE — Margaret Norem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe H. Noi'em became the bride of Kenneth Strommen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben M. Strommen June 20 at the Fertile Lutheran church. The Rev. Benjamin Coltvet read the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was sung by Mathilda Strommen, aunt of the bridegroom. Gereene Norem, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Raymond Rollefson was best man and James Rollefson, usher. A reception for 60 relatives was held in the church parlors. After a trip to the Black Hills they will be at home on a farm southeast of Forest City. The bride was graduated from the Fertile high school and has been employed at Lynn's department store in Forest City. The bridegroom attended the Ellington rural school. He is engaged in farming. Selma Cagley, —Russell Photo LAKE MILLS BRIDE — Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Margaret Kilen, daughter of George Kilen of Lake Mills, and Andrew Palmer Johnson, son of John A. Johnson of Lake Mills, performed June 27 at the Salem Lutheran church by the pastor, the Rev. Thomas Boe. Miss Doris Kilen was her sister's maid of honor and Walter Johnson, brother of the bridegroom, was bestman. Ushers were Roger Peterson and Gordon Kilen. Nancy Kingland of Hanlontown, niece of the bride, was flowergirl and David Kingland , her nephew, was ring- bearer. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Arnold Bode, organist, and Esther Reines, vocalist. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. After a trip to Yellowstone National park, the couple will be at home on a farm south of Lake Mills. Clarion Teacher Married in East Clarion—Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Olmstead of Harpersville, N. Y. announce the marriage of their daughter, Betty, to Lloyd E. Bayles, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bayles of Rochester, N. Y., which took place at Harpersville Methodist church, June 19, the Rev. Jack Weller of Lima, N. Y. officiating. Mrs. Mildred Bryant of Bingham, N. Y. furnished the nuptial music and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Weller sang. The bride who was given in marriage by her father had Miss Margaret Davis of Chicago, her college roommate, as maid of hon- Harold Bell Wed Mayer-Van Every Charles City—Miss Selma Cag- U > Upt 13 I S Held ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. St. Ansgar—Charlene Van Every, ?]"!• C £ gley of Nashua, and Har- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn old L. Bell, a nephew of Mr. and V an Every of Mclntire, and Leon- Mrs. Wilfred Smith, Charles City, ard Mayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. were married June 26 in St. Pau i Mayer of Riceville, were Johns Lutheran church by the mar ried June 26 in the Catholic Rev. Walter M. Fritschel, pastor. c hurch at Riceville by the Rev. Bridesmaid was Mrs. Ray Nehls, Father Council sister of the bridegroom and the The ir attendants were Marvin best man was Ray Nehls, usher an d Gladys Mayer, brother and was Ronald Nehls. A reception sister of the bridegroom. The bride was held after the wedding in the was given in marriage by her of St. Mary in Minneapolis. re ~ Their attendants' bride's sister. were Doroihv. and church basement. The bride is a graduate of the father. A reception was held at the Nashua high school and is em- ) bridegroom's home for 75 guests ployed as secretary to John R. For the Beach Mrs. William Hammon will leave Thursday for her home in Ashland, Ohio, after a visit with her mother, Mrs. John Horn, 807 Pennsylvania N. E. Mrs. Horn's other daughter, Mrs. G. M. Hilton of Iowa City, who is also visiting her will remain until after July 4. 29 EMt State Phone 17 Mrs. E. E. Horsey. 922 Pennsylvania N. E., has left Tor Chicago where she will visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jackson. 1104 President court and Col. and Mrs. J. D. Lane, 1136 First S. W., have had as their guests the past week, Ben Jackson of Los Angeles, Mrs. George Moore of Dumas, Texas, and Tom Jackson of Jefferson. Mrs. Bertha Patchen, 908 Pennsylvania N. E., has left for Oscaloosa where she will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hickman. Wedding Ts Held in LeRoy Church Chester—Beth Elaine Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson of Chester, and Glen F. Sheeley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dene Sheeley of Winthrop, were married June 20 in the Lutheran church in LeRoy by the Rev. David M. Bey. Nuptial music was played by Mrs. David Bey. Mrs. Don Wellman of Maynard and Mrs. A. C. Uglum of Chester were soloists. Matron of honor was Mrs. Arthur Zidlicky of Nevada. Mrs. Donald Hanson of LeRoy was bridesmaid. Both are sisters of the bride. The bridegroom's attendants were Charles Thompson and Arthur Zidlicky. The flower girl was Jeannie Armstrong and the bridegroom's brothers, Johnny and Jerry Sheeley were ring hearers. Ushers were Mrs. Donald Hanson and Mrs. Noah Engleson. A reception was held in the church parlor for 175 guests. After a wedding trip to Nod-a-way resort at Nisswa, Minn., the couple will be at home in Fayette where the bride will continue teaching and the bridegroom will attend school. the the bridegroom's brother, Mel. Dinner was served to 17 guests iii the Mirror room at the Curtis hotel followed by a reception for 50 guests. After a trip in northern Minnesota they will live at Minneapolis. The bride is a graduate of the Spillville school, Decorah high school and nurses training at Mount Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids. She was employed at the Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids, and St. Joseph's hospital New Hampton and the past 2£ years she was employed for Dr. J. N. Giebenhain, M. D., at Minneapolis. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Minnesota university and has 4 years of service in the navy. He is employed in the display department at Gambles. The Greek Parthenon was built of marble throughout, with the exception of wooden door frames, doors and root timbers. No mortar v.'as used. or. Mrs. Henry Schwartz, Jr., Rochester, N. Y., sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents at Cranberry Marsh farm, Coles Hill. The couple left on a wedding trip to the New England states and will be at home in September at Rochester N. Y. Mrs. Bayles was graduated from Cornell college at Mt. Vernon, and has since then been music instructor in the Clarion public schools. Mr. Bayles was a student at Roberts junior college near Rochester where he studied for social service work. FISHER-LEUHMAN Luverne—The Zion Lutheran church was the setting of the wedding of Miss Valeria Leuhman and Robert Fisher June 27, the Rev. Louis Wittenburg officiating. Miss Leuhman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leuhman, Luverne. Mr. Fisher ,is a teacher in the Lutheran school at Little Rock, Ark., where the\ r will make their home. A reception was hold at Hie brides home following the wedding. Cronin, Nashua attorney. She will continue her work after the couple returns from northern Minnesota. The bridegroom was graduated from the Charles City high school and is employed at the Oliver Corporation in Charles City. More than 1.000,000 Americans work in mineral production. and dinner was served. Kool-Aid. AT GROCERS Goodbye to Girdles and Garter Belts by Cool »« bar A WHITE Leather Casual Shoes For beauty on the beach choose this pretty 3-piece bathing suit teaming a scallop-splashed bra and skirt . . . plus panties that are easy-to-make in cotton jersey. You'll find the styling especially smart for both sun and surf! No. 2016 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 1G, 18 and 20. Size 16 bra and skirt require 11 yds. 35-in.; panties. H yds. 35-in. Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Address and Style Number. State size desired. 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