Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 29, 1948
Page 13
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Haugen-Branstad Marriage Held at Church in Leland Leland—In Our Savior's Luth-* * * * * * eran church, in Leland, Betty Ann Branstad, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Branstaef of Forest City, became the bride of Burton Claire Haugen, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Haugen of Leland. The Rev. Perry Sampson performed the single ring ceremony June 20. Mrs. Joseph Peterson of Forest City played wedding music and accompanied Miss Mildred Holstad of Lake Mills, who sang. 'The bride, who was given in marriage by her lather, had her aunt, Mrs. William Groath of Forest City as matron of honor. Mrs. Edwin Berry of Joice and Mrs. Lester Amundson of Leland, acted as bridesmaids. Allen Gene Haugen of Leland, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Lloyd Branstad of Lake Mills, and Burnell Haugen of Leland. Phillip Allen Kloster of Forest City was ringbearer, and Kay Haugen of Leland served as flower girl. A reception for 150 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Leland high school and of WaldorJ college, Forest City. For the past -"lew years, she has taught in the public schools of Lakota and Leland. The bridegroom is a graduate of Leland high schol and Waldor" college. He attended Saint Ola college in Northfield one year. He is a junior high teacher and coach in the Forest Cit^ schools. After a trip into Canada, the couple will be at home in an apartment at Forest City, Iowa. SOCIETY NEWS MRS. BURTON HAUGEN AT GROCERS Brunes-Shelton Wedding is Held Kanawha—Miss Helen Joretta Shelton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Shelton of Kanawha, and Stanton L. Brunes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brunes of Goodell, were married June 20 at the Shelton home, by the Rev. R. D. Kitterman. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Annalee Brunes, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. The bridegroom was attended by his cousin, LeRoy Carolus of Klemme. A wedding dinner was served following the ceremony. Mrs. Brunes was graduated from Kanawha school, and Mr. Brunes attended the Goodell school. The couple will live at the parental Brunes home where a new prefabricated house has been built. He will continue farming. Anna Kleve Weds D. Scharnweber Cresco — Miss Anna Mae Kleve, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Kleve, and Donald D. Scharnweber, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Scharnweber, were married June 23 in St. Joseph's Catholic church by the Rev. A. C. Woerderhoff, pastor of the church. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and was attended by her sister, Miss Joan Kleve, as maid of honor. The bridegroom's attendant was the bride's brother, Ralph Kleve. Following the ceremony, a reception for 50 guests was held at the home of the bride's parents. After a week's wedding trip by auto, the couple will be at home in Cresco where the bridegroom is. engaged in the poultry business. The bridegroom is a veteran of World war II. He served in the infantry for 2 years, being sta- tionearfor 16 months in Japan and Luzon. He was a technician 5th grade. Detachable BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and daughter and Miss Joyce Schmitz of Los Angeles, Mrs. Glennard Haugen and 2 children of St. Paul have been spending the past 2 weeks at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Schmitz and family. Miss Lillian Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf, 1016 Jefferson N. W., has left for Madison, Wis., to attend the summer session at the University of Wisconsin. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Cresco—Marriage licenses have been issued to Merle Patrick McGrath, 26, and Mary Ellen Richmond, 22, Elma; Leonard Mayer, 23, and Charlene Van Every, 17, Riceville. SEUCTE&FOR YOU-AT POUSH^S TABLES 'IN ANTWERP tfOHDEHFUL VALUES YOU «ILL BE PfiGOD FIRW FINE ROODS SCARCER* /('i Ea«y Jo Pay The Daniel, Way! 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See these unusually fine diamonds now . . . buy them at money saving prices from which the wholesaler's profit has been eliminated! Open An Account—Arrange Your Own Terms 3 Grfaf Stores n its MAIL ORDERS FILLED mmeis JEWELERS FOR 59 YEARS Direct Importers of Fine Diamonds 102 North Federal Mason City, Iowa Beverly Brocher Is Bride of Donald Mix at Plymouth i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mix will* make their home at 204 Jefferson f N. W., on their return from a wedding trip to the Black Hills. Mrs. Mix was Beverly Brocher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brocher of Plymouth, before her marriage June 19 to Mr. Mix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mix, 648 4th N. E., at the First Methodist church in Plymouth. The Rev. Robert A. Dahl officiated at the double ring service. Pink peonies, pink and white carnations and pink gladioli decorated the altar and the aisle was lined with tapers in candelabra. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white slipper satin gown with a long train and a fingertip veil "held by a seed pearl tiara and edged with Chantilly lace. She carried red roses. Miss Minnie Stadtlander, Mason City, matron of honor, wore aqu; taffeta and the bridesmaids, Mis Mildred Brocher, sister of the bride, and Miss Marjorie DeVries cousin of the bride, had gown; of pink and yellow. All had colonial bouquets and flowers in their hair. Miss Dorothy Scarrow and Mis Bonnie Allen, wearing white lighted the candles and Patty Si- [ mon, flower girl, wore white and and the bridegroom's mother, a navy dress. Both had corsages of pink and white carnations. Stanton Rodberg, brother-m- law of the bridegroom, was the best man and the ushers were Richard Finley and Gene Mallo. Mrs. Donald Blanchard played piano music and accompanied Leroy Stevens who sang "I Love You Truly," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." A reception for 125 guests fol- owed in the church parlors. A 4-tier wedding cake, with a miniature bridal couple centered the table. For going away, the bride wore a navy ensemble with white accessories and a corsage of red roses. The bride attended the Plymouth school and has been employed at the Bell Telephone company. The bridegroom attended school in Mason City and is employed by Hermanson Brothers. June 28, 1948 Mai»n City Globc-GM*tU, MR. and —Russell photo MRS. MIX ,Wu. carried a basket of rose petals. Eugene Hove in a white suit, carried the rings on a white pillow. The bride's mother, had a dark blue dress with white accessories Ketchums Have Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Ketchum and family of Chicago, who were weekend guests at the Sam Ketchum home, 1722 Pennsylvania S. E., were honored at a picnic at State park, Clear Lake, Sunday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Ketchum and 4 children, Nancy, Dorothy, Jimmy and Bob- by, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. John Paul and daughter, Billy Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ketchum and son, Philip; Mr. and Mrs. John Ketchum and children, Gary and Pamela- Albert Ketchum, Mrs. George Joyce and children, Violet, Archie and Betty; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Paul and daughter, Diane; Ronald Schroeder and Jack Lang, all of Mason City, and Jack Fistler, Clear Lake. A son, Oscar Ketchum of Ashland, Ore., and a granddaughter, Virginia, of Chicago, were the only members of the family who were unable to attend. Prixe Diet Waco, Tex., (U.R)—Young David Sudberry had little to show for it after his heifer won a prize at the Dairy Day show here. The heifer ate the ribbon. AsthmaCoughs Don't let coughing, sneezing, choking;, incurring attack* ol Bronchial Asthma rala sleep and energy another day without trying Mcndoco. This great Internal medicine U tasteless and taken exactly v directed works thru the bloofe thus reaching UM bronchial tubes and lungs. Usually start* helping nature Immediately to remov* thick, sticky mucus, thus aUerlatlnc coughing and promoting freer breathing and more refreshing sleep. Get M**4«c* from your druggist today. Money teek ruaranUed unless completely For general wearability, nothing will be smarter in summer than this brand new basque frock. Simple and cool, it features a tricky little peplum that can be buttoned on v.-i*h the belt to give it town manners. No. 2543 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 16 requires 4$ yds. 35-in.; peplum, 3 yd. 35-in. Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Address and Style Number. State Size desired. See the new SUMMER FASHION BOOK for charming cap- sleeved dresses, romantic young fashions with billowing skirts, a great variety of vacation togs including sunbacks with their own boleros or little capes and play- clothes for every age; home frocks, aprons, pretty pinafores, and plenty of styles for children. Costs only 20c a copy. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Couple Married at Estherviile Swea City—John O. Genrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Genrich, was married on June 13 to Darlenc Baumann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Baumann of Estherviile, by the Rev. K. A. Horn, at Immanuel .Lutheran church, Estherviile. The choir sang preceding the proccessional. Attendants were the bride's sister, Alta Mae Baumann, and the bridegroom's sisters, Esther and Ann Genrich of Swea City. Virgean Baumann, the bride's sister, was flower girl. Ed Bauer was best man and Paul Bunte and Luther Baumann served as ushers. Usherets were Loyce Baumann and Jane Genrich. A reception followed the ceremony. After a week's trip through northern Minnesota', they will be at home in Estherviile, where Mr. Genrich is employed by Gamble- Robinson. The bride is a graduate of the Estherviile high school and has been employd at the Gardston hotel. The bridegroom was graduated from the Luverne high school and spent 15 months in the armed forces. Martha Pierce Weds John Taylor Nashua—Miss Martha Annette Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pierce, and John Robert Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Taylor of Nashua, were married at the Little Brown church June 25 by the pastor, the Rev. F. L. Hanscom. Mrs. Hanscom, organist, played nuptial music and accompanied Maejanette Miller as she sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Burdette Baldwin. The bridegroom was attended by his brother-in- law, Burton White, as best man. Burdett Baldwin, brother-in-law of the bride, and Miss Lois Schoenfeld were the ushers. A reception was given at the home of the bride following the ceremony. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at Charles City. The bride was graduated from the Nashua high school. She served in WAVES and attended the University of Minnesota. She has been employed at the Salsbury Laboratories in Charles City. The bridegoom was graduated from the Charles City high school. He served during the war in the navy as a radio man on the Saratoga. He is now employed at the Oliver Corporation in Charles City. JACQUELINE MADSON HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. R. C. Madson, 709 Washington N. V» r ., entertained in honor of her daughter, Jacqueline Ann's first birthday. Guests were Mrs. Bill Price and Gary Lee, Mrs. Norman McEnelly and Sandra and Gary, Mrs. Don Guertin and Judy, and Mrs. Jim Edmundson, Marital Teamwork Sprinffield, Maw., OJ.R) — Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Unger of Rochester, N. 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