Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 30, 1948 · Page 12
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10 June 29, 1948 «*"•» City GUk*-G»etl«. M»I»B City, la. Lock Photo TO BE BRIDE IN AUGUST—Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Doty, 419 First S. E., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeanne, to Gerald W. Cady, son of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Cady 1007 N. Federal, which will take-place Aug. 21 at the First Congregational church. Miss Doty is a graduate of Iowa State college. She was al- filiated with Alpha Gamma Delta social sorority. Mr. Cady attended Iowa State college and was affiliated with Sigma Nu social fraternity. He will enter Washington University medical school at St. Louis in September. __ \Miss Peterson 'Becomes 'Bride of A.Polacek Miss Lorraine Peterson, daughter of Mrs. Ellen Peterson, 709 Pennsylvania S. E., became the bride of Albert E. Polacek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Polacek, 219 Monroe S. W., at the Immanuel Lutheran church at a double'ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Ernest A. Bergeson Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Garden flowers decorated the altar. Miss Betty Pedelty was maid of honor, and Robert H. Davis was best man. Ushers .were C. E. Setterberg and George Schriver. Mrs. Ernest Bergeson sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Miss Helen C. Johnson, who also played the traditional wedding marches. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law. Dr. E. J. McCausland, and wore a teal blue crepe dress and white accessories. She wore a corsage of red roses and white snapdragons. The maid of honor "wore a dress of pink and brown gabardine with white accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses and white snapdragons. The mother of the bride wore a navy blue print dress and the bridegroom's mother wore a navy blue dress. Each had a corsage of pink roses and pink snapdragons. • A reception was held at the church. A 3-tiered cake centered the table and decorations were in blue and pink. Mrs. Melford S. Newburg poured and Mrs. Ben Murray cut the cake. Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Myers and Mrs. Jerry Poland, and Miss Wanda Hanson, Mrs. Maude Knopf and Mrs. Elmer Person Receives Honors at V. F.W.A. Session Encampment 'Reports Made Dunng Meeting Reports on the 74th grand encampment and a flag day and Father's day program were given at the meeting of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil war Monday evening in the Hi- 12 consecu tive year as aismct presi- clubrooms. Mrs. Bessie Bull pre- dent When elected to office 3 sided. years ago there were only 7 aux- Mrs. Harry Roberts, convention J liaries in the district and now they delegate, reported that Mrs. Ida number 17. Mrs. Person organized Slack, 82, Mason City, was the the 1Q in this distr i c t and several old*t daughter at the convention ,. the state smce j n o f_ " Mrs. Elmer Person, 3rd district* president of the V. F. W. aux-1 iliaries of Iowa was presented the $10.00 membership award at the Iowa encampment held at Des Moines June 24-27 for writing the most members in the state, 160, the past year. Mrs. Person is serving her 4th consecutive year as district presi- and Mrs. Winsom Francis, 53, Ma- year with the t Velva Thompson Weds Leo Kill in Miss Velva Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson of Ellsworth, and Leo Killin, son of Mrs. 'Daisy Eisermaii of Faulkner were married June 26 at the Trinity Lutheran church of Mason City, the Rev. Alvin Rogness performing the double ring ceremony. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. T. Dale Thompson, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. Mrs. Killin is a graduate of the Hamilton School of Commerce and has been employed at the Equitable Life Insurance company. Mr. Killin is a veteran of World war II and is employed at the Campbell Repair Service in Iowa Falls. After a trip the couple will be at home in Iowa Falls. Lock Photo WED AT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH—Miss Leila Kornbaum daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kornbaum, 849 3rd S. E., became the bride of Frederick Ulen Hop, son of Mrs. J. F. Uhlenhopp of Cedar Rapids, Monday evening at 7:30 at the First Methodist church. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Keith Conning of Fair Lawn, N. J., and Dr. Lloyd* A. G'uslafson. Baskets of white carnations and snapdragons and candelabra decorated the altar. seth and Miss Aruena ne^em and auxiliaries and also the Charles Mrs Slack Mrs Bull and Mrs. City auxiliary. Mrs Person was T oui H-irris presented gifts by the- presidents Mrs Ocea McManh had charge of this district the hospital hos- of the program which included tesses of Marshalltown in recog- "4. Flag 165 Years Old" by Mrs. 'nition of her services. The 3rd dis- Harris "The Story Behind the trict officers and delegates made Star Spangled Banner," Mrs. Me- a presentation with the colors to Mann- "They Loved Their Flag," the department president, national Mrs Vinnie Christiansen; "Who officers and chief of staff. Made the Flag," Miss Belseth; other auxiliary members and i- —; .- -- 0**,,™,,^Just a Piece of Cloth," Mrs. Rich- delegates from Mason City attend- Gretchen Nicholas of Ottumwa, rd O'Donnell; "Father's Day," h n g the encampment were: Mrs. senior vice president, Irene Mrs. Ruth Hansen, "Dad and Lad," Art O'Green, Mrs. Otto Engebret- Bertsch of Ft Dodge; junior vice Mrs. Roger Arndt, and "Tribute son , Mrs. Arnold Tilton, Miss a ^ r , ttni . A ncmi ^npl^nn of Knox- rom Father to Son," Mrs. Vol- Dor ' othy S owles and Mrs. Anna president, Angal Snelson ot Knox „ Llim T '- willo- r>nr»Hiirtress. Velma CtOtt- Gifts were presented to 2 members and a birthday party for members having birthdays in the, - , first 6 months of the year were Clear Lake MRS. ELMER PERSON v/ere: Department president, AMVET AUXILIARY HAS CARD PARTY Amvet auxiliary sponsored a card party Monday at the Y. W. C. A. Bridge and 500 were played, prizes going to Willis Bemiss, Mrs. O. T. Anderson and Mrs. Roy Larson, bridge, and to Mrs. Hilda Moravec, Mrs. Fritz Frid and Mrs. Gurine Cory, 500. Mrs. Bemiss was chairman, assisted by Mrs. Walter Herzog, Mrs. Robert Wallace and Mrs. Howard Hay don. Announcement was made oi a public party to be held July 12. , . Mrs. Hazel Brown assisted. Both the bride and bridegroom were graduated from the Mason City high school and the bridegroom served 2A- years in the army, during which time he served in the Pacific. Out of town guests were Sam Polacek, West Union; Dr. and Mrs. E. J. McCausland and family, Brewster, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Elliott K u 1 a n d e r, Minneapolis; Mrs. Russell Peterson and family, Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Humphrey and family, Hampton; Mrs. Maggie Cook and Mrs. J. E. McCausland, Eagle Grove. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home at 219 Monroe S. W. With Culligan soft water and ordinary toilet soap, you can enjoy truly luxurious bathing! Step into a bathtubful of billowing, iridescent, soapy bubbles . . . thoroughly-cleansing, gently- caressing suds that give your skin and complexion the smooth, radiant glow of health and beauty. Call us today! Progressive Club to Have Reunion All former Progressive club members as well as the present members will attend a reunion to be held in East park Aug. 13. Plans for the reunion were made at a meeting of the club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hughes. The club is to be host to all of the persons who have at any past date been members of this club at a picnic dinner. No invitations are being issued for the picnic reunion. Mrs. Carl "H. Carlson, organist, played "Always," "Intermezzo," "Claire de Lune," "LiebestraunY by Liszt and "Ave Maria" by Schubert and the traditional wed- dins marches. Harvey Uhlenhopp of Hampton sang "Because." The bride was given in marriage by her father and had the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Keith Conning of Fair Lawn, N. J., as matron oC honor. Melvin McBride oC Cedar Rapids was the best man and Harold Kornbaum. brother of the bride, and Melvin Fredricks were ushers. The bride's gown was of white marquisette edged with ChantUly lace and her fingertip veil fell from a Juliet cap of lace. She carried an orchid and a white Rainbow Bible belonging to Miss Marjorie Woods. Mrs. Conning's gown was of blue marquisette with matching mitts, Juliet cap and veil and her colonial bouquet was of pink carnations and white daisies. The bride's mother wore an aqua crepe dress and a corsage of white car-, nations and pink roses and the bridegroom's mother wore a white suit with a corsage of gardenias and red roses. A reception was held in the chapel immediately following the ceremony. Mrs. H. E. Winter and Mrs. H. B. Major were hostesses and Mrs. William Butler and Mrs. M. Elizabeth Alder poured. Mrs. John Gratias, Miss Alyce Boyce, and Miss Lucille Gitz assisted the hostesses. Mrs. M. W. Eggleston, Jarvis. ville; conductress, Velma Gott™ .fiffi^fe^SSi 4MS Waverly, was in charge of the guest book. Out of town guests included Mrs. J. F. Uhlenhopp and Mrs. H B Green of Cedar Rapids, the Rev. and Mrs. Keith Conning Fairlawn, Mrs. M. Elizabeth Alder Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Uhlenhopp, Henry Uhlenhopp, Mr and Mrs. Russell Scantlebery Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Uh- lenhopp, Shell Rock; Mr. and Mrs Elmer Stocdale, Iowa Falls; Mrs C. P. Coburn and Glenn, Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lantz, Clea Lake; Mrs. M. W. Eggleston, Wa verly; Mrs. William Bcnnet Neenah, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Ora Tancle and Karen, Britt. The couple will take a trip in August to Red Bay, Ontario, Canada, and will be at home in Cedar Rapids where he is in business. The bride is a graduate oC the Mason City high school, attended junior college and Iowa State Teachers college and was graduated from the University of Minnesota. She is a teacher in the Cedar Rapids schools. The bridegroom was graduated from the McKinley high school in Cedar Rapids and Coe college. Miss Alyce Boyce. 1306 Rhode Island N. E., entertained a group of school friends Saturday evening at a shower for the bride. observed. Roses decorated the tables. Refreshments were served Ma rtin of Ottumwa; chief of staff, Hedwig Olson of Dennison; chap- bearer lain. Marie Wray of Cedar Rapids. The national commander in . a e na by < M ™ A n M ^?nn?n£l the department election and will chief, Ray Brenenman of Denver erts, Mrs. Arndt, Mrs. O Donnell «"; ™v commit- Colo., installed the officers. Th and Miss Belseth. Use leftover potatoes casserole- style and serve with a platter of cold meat. To prepare dice potatoes, add to a cream sauce, turn into a casserole and top with cracker crumbs which have been mixed with melted butter and grated cheese. Sprinkle lightly with paprika and brown in a hot oven. lllc UCUdl Llllt:ii t cite null ctu»^ »y **.i iv-i.*^.*, --—., rr^u. serve on the state audit commit- Colo., installed the officers. The tee for the coming year. meeting was closed to reconvene Officers installed for the coming \ next year at Ottumwa. CULLIGAN 101 South Delaware SERVICE Phone 948 ^rrow to J-^lan Ljc VUedclina Get This Booklet Free at oar No Obligation PORTLAND W. C. T. U. TO MEET THURSDAY The Portland W. C. T. 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