Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 30, 1948 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 30, 1948
Page 11
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BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Ward Harrison and 3 children, Frederick, Ann and Lynn, have arrived from Brevard, N. Car., for a visit with Dr. Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harrison, 124 13th N. E. Mrs. Henry Blackman Sell of New York City arrived Tuesday morning to visit her sisters, the Misses Mary and Pearl O'Harrow, 324 2nd N. E. Mrs. Sell will visit another sister, Mrs. Jennie Fullerton in Mason City, and a brother, Fred O'Harrow, at Rockford. Mrs. Sell will be remembered as Maud O Harrow. Frances and Pearl Rathman, daughters of Ernst Rathman, 112 9th N. W., have left on a week's vacation trip to Detroit Lakes, Minn., accompanied by Peter Hansen of Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Park Thomason of Lacoha > have returned to their home after spending the weekend in Mason City with relatives and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A M. Matzen. They canjie to help Mr. Matzen celebrate his 79th birthday. About 40 other friends and relatives were present including Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Taylor r>f Austin, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ransom and children of Ventura. Social Calendar TUESDAY Immanuel Fellowship— 7:45, East park. Bethlehem Ruth circle— 8, Mrs. C. J. Clausen, Rock Falls, rural. Immanuel Young People— 8, Everett Johnson farm, southeast of town. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. WEDNESDAY Helpalot club— 11, Mrs. Lucy Creekmur, 2007 Wilson S. W. Women of the Moose— 2, Moose hall, public card party. Central Lutheran guild— 2:30, church. Trinity Highland circle— 6:30. East park. LYONS ARE ESPECIALLY EQUIPPED To CLEAN and RENOVATE your PILLOWS Protect your health and insure comfortable sleeping with pillows that have been scientifically cleaned and renovated at Lyons. This new . exclusive process removes all excessive dust and broken quills as weH as dried perspiration and germs, and returns their original fluffiness. Phone 600 111 tmt ui i 1111 I • i'i I II II Prompt Pick-up and Delivery SOCIETY NEWS Frank Free Photo NUPTIAL VOWS SPOKEN--Miss Darlene Ruth Ollenburg, Mason City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ollenburg, Ventura, became the bride o£ the Rev. James T. Woliram, Ventura, at St. John's Lutheran church June 27, the Rev. M. W. Wolfram, brother of the bridegroom officiating. Palms and white snapdragons decorated the altar. Musii was provided by Mrs. J. Geistling-* er who accompanied Mrs. H. Nichols who sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd," "Let Us Ever Walk HOLIDAY VALUES LEAD! WHY PAY MORE? NEW! SUM ORE At Startling Low Prices that are the "Talk of the Town" .99 to .95 CHARMING PLAY SUITS Cotton play suits in many styles including halters, skirts, strap types. All colors. Others 2.99 to 19.99 , LASTEX ONE AND TWO PIECE BATHING SUITS Solid colors, stripes, prints and hand painted patterns. Fit smoothly!' Exceptional values! Others 3.99 to 12.99 Seersuckers! Chambrays! Prints! Printed Linens! Butcher Linens! Solid Linens! Printed Rayon Crepes! Many Combinations! Sheer Rayon Prints! Bembergs! Shantungs! Gabardines! Sharkskins! One and Two Piece Styles! Many with Boleros! Dresses with full flared skirts! Many Straightline! Sixes 9 to 15, 14 to 20 OTHER DRESSES ' Wessels Home Scene of Marriage Mr. and Mrs. J_,uke Wessels, 22 21st S. E., announce the marriage jf their daughter, Lorraine, to J. P. Jordan, Mason City, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jordan of Ardmorc, Okla., June 21, 8 o'lock at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. O. G. Poppen officiated at he double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Mr*. D. Farran who sang "Because" and "At Dawning," accompanied by Mrs. Elmer Christians. The bride was given in mar- iage by her father and had Miss Iwen Bohning as her bridesmaid. Francis Lally was bestman. Sharyl Ann Johnson, niece of the bride, was fiower girl, and Michael Wessels, nephew of the bride, ringbearer. The bridle wore a light blue gabardine suit with white accessories and a corsage of pink carnations and white sweetpeas. Her only jewelry was a gold bracelet which was worn by her mother" at her wedding. Miss Bohning was attired in a light brown suit with white accessories and a corsage of rose colored carnations. The bride's mother had a blue dress and a, corsage of rose carnations. A luncheon was served to about 110 guests after the ceremony. A 3-tier wedding cake topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom centered the bridal table. of the former patients whom Dr. Moyer; Is visiting on a vacation trip. Dr. Moyer plans to visit about 10 former patients this summer. He has kept in touch with them since he took care of them at Pendleton. He goes from here to Indiana. Mrs. Wallace Has Part on Program Mrs. Glenn L. Wallace has returned from Manly whereishe was guest speaker at an open house night meeting held by the Amvet auxiliary. Mrs. Wallace discussed hospital work and also gave whistling and vocal solos The Rev. Mr. Lundberg of the Manly Lutheran church was also a speaker and.the Rev. Mr. Brown of the Manly Baptist church gave the prayer. Readings and games were on the program. Out of town guests included Amvet auxiliary members from Northwood and Fertile. Refreshments were served. Cttr GUb«-G«i«tU, Mu*a CHy. k. June 29, 1948 11 CENTURY DISTRIBUTING CO. 692 12th Street S. E. Mason City, Iowa Fbone 535t PROFIT BY USING THE G-G WANT ADS! With Jesus" and "The Lorcfs Prayer." The bride was given in marriagi by her father and was attended bj Miss Katherine Paulos, maid o honor, and Mrs. Robert Mott a^ni Miss Norma Jean Harm a, brides maids, and Miss Sylvia Ollen burg, cousin of the bride, junio bridesmaid. The Rev. Bernarc Becker was the'.bestman and ush ers were Robert Ollenburg, broth er of the bride, and LeRoy Ziese mer. The bride wore a white Chantilly lace gown with a long ova! train and a veil of white illusion held by a rhinestone crown, a replica of the Princess Elizabeth's. She carried an orchid on a white hymnal. The matron of honor was in lavender nylon marquisette with a matching hat and the bridesmaids were similarly attired in yellow and the junior bridesmaid in pale green. They carried white roses on white Bibles. The mothers of the bride and bridegroom both wore green evening gowns and corsages of red roses. A reception at the All Veterans Social Center, Clear Lake followed the ceremony. A 4-tier cake topped by n miniature bridal couple, centered the table. Decorations were miniature brides, myrtle and white and yellow tapers. Mr. and Mrs. L. Kclck was in charge ( the guest book and program \.hich included talks by the Rev. M. W. Wolfram, a poem written by the Rev. A. O. Ollenburg, read by Mrs. Violet Kclck, solos by Mrs. H. Nichols, Spencer Ollenburg, J. Geistlingcr and Jackie Geistlinger. Mrs. T. Boehnke and Mrs. H. L. Ollenburg were in charge of gifts and Mrs. M. J. Voitik of Chicago served the cake. Out of town guests were from Chicago, Kenak, Minn., and California. The bride is a graduate of Ventura high school and the Hamilton School of Commerce and for the past 5 years has been employed at the Park hospital clinic. The bridegroom is a graduate of Concordia college, St. Paul, and Concordia seminary, St. Louis, Mo. For going away, the bride wore a ! white palm beach suit with Kelly green accessories and an orchid corsage. The couple left on a 2 weeks' trip to Minnesota. Doctor Calls on Wartime Patients Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Anderson and son, Richard, 315 Louisiana S. E., has as their houseguests this weekend, Dr. and Mrs. Warren Moyer of Auburn, Pa. 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Every job had its beginning in somebody's brain storm— in a sudden, breath-taking idea tor a new product, a finer service, a better method. But the idea alone is not enough— jobs come from the actual making and distributing of goods or services. from a wire? from a log? Certainly! It takes a live wire to find markets, design the product, specify materials, organize production, sell the finished goods at a profit. Without good management to direct all these operations capably, there would be no jobs worthy of the name. Absolutely! No company can operate without a backlog of working dollars, with which to build factories, buy materials and equipment, pay wages. Every job in modern industry represents an investment of at least $1,500 ... in some industries, as much as $40,000! Where do these working dollars come from? In a free country, they come from the people themselves. From millions of investors whose dollars make it possible for business to grow—to provide more and better jobs, to produce more and better goods. That's why the New York Stock Exchange believes it imperative that people have an incentive to save and invest. That's why our government's policies— particularly its tax policies —must be so shaped that investors are able, and willing, to put their dollars to work. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

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