Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 14
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10 June 28, 1948 •»»*•» UUy GI«fc»-G»»eU«, M«t»n City. 1*. Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Beverly Brandau, daughter of Mrs. Florian A. Brandau, 26 9th N. E., and the late Mr. Brandau, to Frank A. Haag, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haag of Detroit, Mich. The wedding will be in September. Summer Swimming Schedule Begins ; W Elaine Lynch Is Bride at Church New Hampton — Miss Elaine Lynch and Francis Klenske exchanged nuptial vows Monday in St. Joseph's Catholic church with the Rev. Emmet Kelly, pastor, officiating. The couple was attended by Miss Geraldine Lynch, sister of the bride, and L. J. Klenske, brother of the bridegroom. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Agnes Lynch, is a graduate of the New Hampton high school. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Klenske, is a graduate of the New Hampton high school and attended Iowa State Teachers college. He is associated with his brother in an oil company here. A wedding dinner was served in the Colonial room here. They left on a 2 weeks' wedding trip to Washington, D. C., and New York. Upon their return they will move into their new home here. Californian • to Instruct Pool Classes Miss Julia Rodgers from Los Angeles, Cal.,. has assumed the duties of swimming instructor and recreational program director for the summer months at the Y. M. C A 'Miss Rodgers was graduated from Santa Barbara State college, took 2 years graduate work at the University of Southern California, and has been health education teacher in the Los Angeles public school system for the past 8 years She has been an authorized water safety instructor since 1938 under the Los Angeles chapter of the Red Cross.. For several summers she worked as swimming instructor in the Los Angeles Y. W. C. A. it _ . „ Besides conducting the lull swimming classes in the local \. W C A she will be water safety instructor in the Y-teen classes at the Lake Camp held Aug. 1st to Aug 7 The new swimming schedule began Monday. However, there is still opportunity to register this week for swimming classes. , , Children classes and plunges: Beginners classes are Tuesday and Thursday, 10:30 to 11; new Lock Photo MARRIED AT IMMANUEL—Miss Marion Alvina Gravelie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gravelie, 614 6th S. E., became the bride of Lt. William Joseph Pfeffer of Ft. Bennmg, Ga., son of Col. and Mis. C A Pfeffer of Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., at a double ring ceremony pel- formed by the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, Saturday afternoon at 4 o clock Miss Dorothy Ann Sorbo Married to Ervin Hovland t Miss Dorothy Ann Sorbo,* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels N.' Sorbo, Albert Lea, and Ervin Hovland,, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Hovland of Emmons, were married at the Silver Lake Lutheran church Sunday evening by the Rev. G. B. Odegaard who read the double ring ceremony. Mrs. G. B. Odegaard played the traditional wedding marches and accompanied Ernestine Lindaman and Mr. Odegaard who sang. Sidney Sobor and Kent Nelson lighted the candles. Miss Claire Hovland, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and Miss Darlene Larson, Mrs. Herbert Schewe and Miss Marilyn Bergie were bridesmaids. Lorraine Peterson was flowergirl and Eu- ;ene Sorbo, nephew of the bride, •ingbearer. The bridegroom was attended by Selmer Andersland, best man, Seymour Ferley, Herbert Schewe and Clair Hagen. A reception for 140 guests was It's light . . . lively . . . refreshing I Delicious Corn-Soya makes a glorious breakfast on a summer's day . . . and it's really nourishing. It brings you Corn, for flavor and energy, and Soya, for body-building nutrients, plus vitamins and minerals, too. Get some today. Marshall & Swifts COLLEGE REQUIREMENT Every college girl needs one of our warm mouton coats. They can take a ki cking- around . . . give good wear, yet are nice enough to wear to form- /Jfe, als. Every col- ((1| lege girl will like our low prices — they can't be beat! $100.00 Up Tax Incl. Air Conditioned for Your Shopping: Pleasure OPEN FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK MISS JULIA RODGERS beginners, Tuesday and Thursday, 2 to 2:30, or Tuesday and Thursday, 2:30 to 3. Intermediate classes are Tuesday and Thursday, 10 to 10:30, or Wednesday and Friday, 10:30 to 11. Junior and senior life saving is Monday and Friday, 2 to 3 and Wednesday, 9:30 to 10:30. This class meets 3 times a week- There are plunges every day at 3 p. m. Adult and evening classes include morning class and plunge, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 to 10; beginners class, Monday and Thursday, 7 to 7:30; intermediate class. Monday and Thursday, 7:30 to 8; adult plunges, Monday through Thursday, 8 to 8:45. t,\j* iiiv,\.*- MJ ».»*•_ •-•-•—• • • -- » w in the Immanuel Lutheran church.* White, yellow and blue mums and %vhite carnations formed a setting for the event. Mrs. Harold Gilchrist of St. Louis Park, Minn., sister of the bride, was matron of honor and John B. Gravelie was bestman. Ushers were Truman Gravelie, brother of the bride, and Harold Gilchrist of St. Louis Park, brother-in-law of the bride. Miss Lura Reed of Danville, roommate of the bride at the University of Iowa, sang "Because," "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Konrad Hagen who also played nuptial music. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a white "pique colonial style redingote with a 3-tiercd organdy skirt. Her 2 strand pearl necklace was a gift from the bridegroom. She had cai-nations in her hair and carried an orchid on a white satin covered Bible. The matron of honor wore a yellow cotton trimmed with white embroidered ruffles and had yellow and blue mums in her hair. She carried yellow roses and blue mums. The mother of the bride wore a gold mesh gown with brown accessories and a corsage of red Reiter-Henrichs Wedding is Held Allison—At the St. James. Lutheran church, Joann Lois Henrichs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Henrichs, became the bride of Gordon R. Reiter, Allison son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reiter of Vail, Saturday in a single ring ceremony read by the Rev. Robert J. Niederwimmcr, pastor. Mrs. R. J. Niederwiminer accompanied Miss Marilyn Ressler, soprano, who sang. Serving the bride as maid of honor was her cousin, Miss Lois DeBower, Allison. Edwin Reiter, Vail, acted as best man and Luonna Henrichs, Allison, sister of the bride, and held in the church parlors. The day was also the 40th wedding anniversary of the bride's parents who were married at the same church and the occasion was observed at the reception where the attendants at the wedding 40 years ago were seated at a special table Mrs. Hovland is a graduate of Albert Lea high school and has been employed at the Naeve hospital the past 3 years. After a wedding trip, they will be at home on the bridegroom's father's farm. —o— Mrs. Murray Is Hostess to Group A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Hazel Murray, 111 Adams N. W. Present were Mr. and Mrs. John B. Stoner and sons, Kirkland, Wash., Mrs. Mike Barrett and daughter, Irene, Forest City; James Burns, Sioux Fall, S. Dak.; Mr. and Mrs. James Lock photo MR. AND MRS. HOVLAND Gilchrist-Maher Reunion Is Held The annual Gilchrist-Maher reunion was held at the John Maher farm Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dixon and family of Aurora, 111., Mrs. Frank R. Vic- to*-ps, Bill and Jack, Naperville, Mr and Mrs. Neil O'Bryon and Pat, Liscomb; Donna Mae Ebert, Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. James McLaughlin, Jr., and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Kelso and family Mrs. Margaret McLaughlin, Mr and Mrs. Joe Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carney, Marcella, Pat and Bob Carney, Miss Loretta Carney, Earl Carney, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chilson, Mr. and Mrs. John Chilson, all of Mason City. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Karr and Janet, Wenster City; Dan Phelan, Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs. B. L. Nerby, Jr., and Jim, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyers and family, Woden; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kiefer and family, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. John Maher and Bob, and Dale Otto, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Randall, Britt. the Jackson-Jenks Nuptials Held Miss Jean K. Jenks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jenks, LaPorte City, became the bride of Raymond H. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Jackson, Rockwell, June 25. The Rev. Mr. Grarup, pastor of the First Baptist church in Rockwell, officiated at the double ring ceremony in the Little Brown church near Nashua. Mrs.- Charles Eikenbary, Mason City, organist, played the nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Tom Sawyer, Rockwell, as she sang. Both are cousins of the bridegroom. Given in marriage by her father the bride had as maid of honor, Miss Ramona Reed, Marshalltown. roses and gardenias. A reception was held at home of the bride. A 3-tiered cake centered the table and decorations were in blue and white. Mrs. Esther Birdsall poured and Mrs. Bruce Lyons cut the cake. Hostess was Mrs. L. H. Gilchrist of Atlantic and Mrs. M. L. Haney, Mrs Otto Geismar, Mrs. L. L.. Minor and Mrs. M. M. Moen assisted in serving. Miss Glenys Amklov had charge of the guest book. For going away, the bride wore a royal blue skirt and a white lace -trimmed blouse and a J length white coat with royal blue and fuchsia stripes. The bride attended the Mason City junior college and is a graduate of the University of Iowa. Lt Pfeffer will be stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. Out of town guests were Mrs. Bertha Haugen, Miss Margaret Sime, Miss Ida Ernest, Edward Ernest, Mrs. H. P. Hansen and Miss Valborg Reindal, Albert Lea, Minn., Mrs. Alva Jensen and children, Alden, Minn.. Mrs. Clyde Phelps of Raleigh, N. Dak., Miss Lura Reed of Danville, Miss Miriam Moran and Miss Hilda Vetter of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Smith of Marble Rock, Mrs. A. H. Engebretson and Connie of Robert Reiter, Vail, brother of the bridegroom served as ushers. Following the wedding, lunch was served to 45 guests at the home of the bride's parents. The bride was graduated from Allison public school and was employed at the Butler County Farm Bureau and the Lutheran Mutual life insurance company. The bridegroom was graduated from Wall Lake high school and since March, 1945, has been Dairy Herd Improvement Association supervisor in Butler county. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Allison, July 1. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Griggs, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griggs, Crystal Lake; Mrs. Ella Mae Foster, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Muehe, and Mrs. Margaret Barrett and daughter, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Murray and twins, Klemme. —o- Social Calendar MONDAY Toastmistress club— 6:30, Cerro Gordo hotel. Amvet auxiliary— 7:45, Y. W. C. A., public card party. Daughters of Veterans— 7:45, H.-12 clubrooms. 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. —o— NEIGHBORHOOD PARTY HELD AT HUBBARDS A group of neighbors gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hubbard, 421 Polk place S. W. Saturday. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Richard O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Wilson and Bernard Monroe. Refreshments were served by the hostess. KILL KARE KLUB MEETS AT MILLERS I Kill Kara Klub met Saturday at | the home of Mrs. Frank Miller,' 662 i East State. The program included community singing, a talk on "Hazards on the Highway" by Charles Bistline and a report on a trip to Hot Springs by Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hanson. Mrs. Miller demonstrated her talking book machine. Guests were Mrs. Ida Burnner and Mr. and Mrs. Al Bistline and son, John, all of Altoona, Pa. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. 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Fister, were married Sunday by the Rev. R. M. Christensen in the LeRoy Lutheran church. She was given in marriage by N. A. Nelson of Red Wing. Mrs. Slayton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gilchrist of Atlantic and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilchrist of St. Louis Park. —o— 64th Anniversary is Celebrated Charles City — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mathews, residents of the Starr home, celebrated their 64Lh wedding anniversary Thursday with visitors presenting them with gifts. The couple have been residents of the home for 13 years and of Charles City all their married life. Mrs. Mathews is 88 years old and Mr. Mathews, 86. Children of the couple are Alfred G. Mathews, Highland Park, 111., Mrs. R. E. Anderson, Minneapolis, Minn,, Walter Mathews , May wood, 111. The late Mrs. Paul Reetz was also a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mathews were present at the an- Eat New Kind of FOOD Candy, GROW THIN! Doctor's Amazing Discovery NO DIETING! 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Miss Betty Iverson of Pasadena, Cal., was bridesmaid and the bridegroom's brother, Sidney, was best man. •The bridegroom was graduated from LeRoy high school and served in the navy in China. The bride was graduated in 1946 and has been saleslady at the Federated store. A reception was held in the church parlors. They will tour the west and on their return will reside in LeRoy. The bridegroom is assisting in the postoffice. niversary. TMI STOH TOU« COHll01~Ct D. A. V. AUXILIARY TO MEET TO SEW D. A. V. Auxiliary will hold a sewing meeting at the home of Mrs. Anita Nelson, 723 10th N. E., Tuesday at.l p. m. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY SPECIAL .$5 $10 COLD WAVES ^>«Jandup SPECIAL $10 Machineless Wave Special $20 Cold Wave Shampoo and Hair Style Cream - Milky - Drene - O f _ Fitch — Only OOC Machineless d»O *1 C Waves $&•§ v up NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY La James College of Beauty Culture 24 2nd St. N. E. Phone 974 1 J Cool, cool cottons that are the prettiest, the gayest that we .seerj for a long time. We •have a wonderful selection for you in styles that are appropriate for any summer occasion. 26-28 East State jWJrtft':!"*'-'^:

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