The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 13, 1952 · Page 17
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 13, 1952
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Invitational Golf. Winners Get Prizes More than 100 were registered for the annual invitational golf ^tournament at the Mason City Country Club and pictured above »re the winners, front row, left to right, Mary Sorenseri of the Sunny- : side Country Club, Waterloo, and Mrs. Alton Ewing, Mason City, for 9 holes, and back row, left e^^^.to right, Mrs. J. D. Young of Burns ·Park Course, Waterloo, and Miss Bebe .Fisher of Boone, 18 hole winners. v Pictured telow is Miss Judy Gir: ton receiving a trophy from Mrs. J. J, Wolsfeld, Mason City Country Club women's golf chairman, as ·winner of the first tournament for junior players at the Country Club. Mrs. Young and Mrs. Fred Gordon of Belmond scored 88 in the championship flight and Miss Bebe Fisher, Boone, 89. First flight winners were Sissy Wacker, Hampton, :106; Marion Kraft, Charles City, 103; Helen Cashman, Charles City, 114; second flight winners, Tillie Wohler, Clear Lake, 116; Jerry Isham, Osage, 120; Sally Von 'Carolowitz, Hampton, 110; Mrs. Abbott Wolf, Mason City Country Club, 115; third flight, Bessie 'Brown, Hampton, 135; Almeda · Obermeier, Charles City, 130; Mary Ann Wolozzyn, Clear Lake, 131, i; In the 9 hole championship flight, ''Mary Sorensen, Waterloo, and Mrs Ewing, Mason City, scored 52; .Veeva Osmundson, Thompson, 54, Florence Tysscling, Pella, 55; Pal Ulrich, Pella, 55. : First flight winners in 9 holes were Gladys Chapin, Mason" City Legion, 63; Beulah Nordstrom, Mason City Legion, 64; Virginia Mom sen, Hampton, 64; Elva May Heer ma, Pella, 64; Mrs. Keith DeLacy Mason City Country Club, 61; sec end flight, Beulah Patton, Hamp '.ton 75; Lois Berman, Forest City, 76; Mrs. Goodwyn Elkin, Masoi City Legion, 78. . Mrs. Marvin- Wolter presentee WOMEN CLEANS L I K E A BREEZE! Sani-Flush now freshly :he golf prizes and Mrs. T. E. Davidson, presented prizes for bridge which was played following a i o'clock luncheon. ' There were 21 tables of bridge and prizes went to Sue Allison, Northwood; Virginia M o m s e n, Hampton; Mollie O'Dea, Clear Lake; Margaret' Fisher, Emmetsburg; Elva Mae Heerma, Pella, Mary Brunner, Nora Springs; Veva Osmundson, Lake Mills; Alyce Olson, Northwood; Ruth Moeller, Clear Lake; Thelma Aeling, Legion Club; Dorothy Johnson, Hampton; D. Hiller, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Fred Larson", Clear Lake; Mrs. M. J. S Powell, Mrs Elkin, Mrs R ; R Flickinger, Mrs. Leroy Anderson, Mrs. W. L. Morisky, Mrs. J. B. Youngblood Jr., Mrs. G e o r g e Marty. . . . . . . Mrs. Willard Brewsler was charge of bridge, assisted by Mrs. Willard Hunter, Mrs. C. E: Bla'nch- ard, Mrs. T. E. Davidson and Mrs. Russell Girton: Mrs. H o w a r e O'Leary was general chairman for the tournament. FRITCHER-HAMMOND THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO. Get Pleasantly Perfumed SANI-FLUSH BOOMHOWER HARDWARE Globo-Gar.elle photos by Musscr Social Calenda WEDNESDAY NASHUA--Miss Ethel Hammond, Lchigh Credit Union Committee-a teacher in the Floyd County schools, and Dale Fritcher i were married at the Methodist Church, the Rev. E. C. Allen officiating. Mrs. Ruby Ferguson acted as matron of honor. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Edith Fritcher, was present. Following a short wedding trip to the Black Hills they will make their home in a new home of their own. AS SEEN IN LUNGBERCS Not a subtlety overlooked . . . from its beautifully draping worsted, right up !o its crisp of white pique. A magnificently skirted coat-dress . . . "so right" for so many a place. All v/orsied . 39.95 birdseye tweed in brown or black 6, Ernie Ward, 313 2nd S. W. Faculty Wives -0, East Park. P. 0. Clerks Auxiliary-7:30, Mrs. Robert Furnish, 962 IGlh N. E. Good Cheer Lodge-8, Labor Hall. VFW Auxiliary-- , 8, VFW Hall. THURSDAY Energetic Class- Congregational Church. GIA to BLE-2, Labor Hall, public card party Bethlehem Walther League-7:45, Fellowship Hall, mmanuel Hannah Circle-8, Mrs. Ralph Paul, 221 Jackson S. W. RNA-8, Hi-12 Clubrooms. WEDDING PLANNED TO BE AUG. 31 EMMETSBURG--Mr. and Mrs R. W. Bcrgstrom o f · Worthingtori Minn., announce the cngagcnxcm and approaching marriage of theii daughter, Norma Jean, to Teinald EXPECTING A BABY? Shirt-tail Jacket 7.95 Feminine edition of tho f a m - ous boy's shirt . . . worn with the most casual air in the world . . . in excellent fine wale Tog- croy. Snap-in shoulder pads. All the season's top colors. Sizes 8-18. USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN! A small deposit will reserve your selections! Elaine's MATERNITY and CHILDREN'S SHOP 118 No. Federal Christian Hcise, son of Dr. and VIrs. R. W. Heise of Emmetsburg. i.'he wedding will be held in the .""irsl Lutheran Church in Worlhing- ton Aug. 31. . Mr. Hcise, who was graduated "rom the University of Minnesota n Jjimc is continuing there, work- ng for his Master's Degree. Miss Bergslrom was graduated from the Minnesota University in August and ,vill continue at-thc university this aft taking elementary education. Changing color with the seasons, deer have a reddish-yellow or ru- bujj shade in summer and a gray- :r, rougher looking coat, in winter. Tanner-Dull Wedding Held at St. Joseph Miss Mnry Ida Dull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Dull, 310 9lh S. E., and Orvillo Tanner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tanner, 540 4th N. E., were married in St. Joseph's rectory,, the Rev. W. A. Arquitt officiating. Miss Donna Mnjcwskl was bridesmaid and Donald Harbeson, jestman. The bride wore n white suit, with n · whtto feather hat and veil and her corsage was ofe» while roses and carnations. The bridesmaid had n lavender suit with pink accessories and a corsage of pink roses and carnations. A reception in the Wedgcwood Room of the" ilolcl' Hanforcl followed the ceremony. The wedding cake and pink and white daisies decorated tho serving table. Miss Joyce. Vcrllclst and Miss Mnrcelln Kelly poured. Miss Alice Fitzgerald had charge of the guest book and Miss Pati Mills and Miss Donna Dunnhoo, the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. L. V, Rice and Mr. and Mrs, .T. W. Arontscn assisted in receiving the guests and Mrs, Oscar Lund and Miss Lillian Rice, aunts of the bride, were assisting hostesses. After t\ short wedding trip, thb couple is at home in Mason City. Pronuptial entertaining included a miscellaneous shower given by Miss Alice Fitzgerald, Miss Donna Dunnhoo and Miss Pali Mills nl the Fitzgerald home and a family dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Arcnlsen. --o-BARBARA WESTERLUND TO WED ON AUG. 24 K1ESTER, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wcslerlund of Kicslcr announce .the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Clifford Ivcrson, Cyriacks, son of Mr. and Au fl . 13, 1«Z . ,17 Maion Citr Glob*-G»elt«, MIMA CHy, la, MR. AND-MRS. TANNER Bjornesen-Nelson Wedding Is Held CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs Nelson announce, the mnr- riagc of their daughter, Marilyn,.to Joseph Rjorncsen, son of Mr. ant! Mrs. Andrew Ujornesch of Forest City, performed at the Cnlvnry liapUst parsonage at Forest Cily by the. Rev. Clair L. Sailers, the double ring ceremony being used. Lucille Farroll of .Crystal Lnke was the bride's attendant, while Roger Johnson' of Lnkc Mills at Lcndcd the bridegroom. The bride was graduated from tlvc Crystal Lake High School and has been employed in her father's general store. , The bridegroom received his schooling, in Huugcsund, Norway, his native country, and is a painter. · . . ' . · · --o-- . . Boar ciibi arc surprisingly small at birlb, being nboul eight inches long, and weighing from n i n e ; t o 12 ounces. "·*·· f r *. ~~ 'County Picnic Is Scheduled for Auxiliary *; Amvcts Auxiliary 92A met at the home of Mrs. II, D. Mariner Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.'Leslie Stevens reported on the meeting of the county executive board, stating trat , the-county picnic will bo Sept, 10 at the home of Mrs.,Ed HeUland, Clear Lake. ' , The unit voted to hold a bake sale in Mason City Aug. 22 with Mr,s. Mabel llosburg i" charge. Mrs. J. R, Birkbcck announced that' she has received' more copies of the Iowa Amvct Cook Book and they arc available for sale. ,',; A box of HYs dozen cookies and 24 prizes was packed and sent Jo the Veterans Hospital at Knoxville. The next meeting will be Sept, 2 at the home of Mrs. Walter Matzen. --o-Dinner-Bridge ": Is on Schedule Mason Cily Country Club members will have their August dinner bridge party Thursday evening'at the club. Mr. and Mrs. A..C. Frisk, Mr. and Mrs. Lqslcr Cox and-Mr. and Mrs. George S. Marty will act as hosts for the evening. --a-CHERYL LYNNE RINGIS » i HONORED ; AT PARTY Cheryl Lynnc Ringis celebrated her fourth birthday Tuesday at,'a parly given by her mother, Mrs. John Ringis, and sister, Snndra;-at their home,'15 Eighth S.W. Guests included Huston -Kcsler, 'Cynthia Meyers, Mrs. Art O'Grcen, 1 BecJi and Sharon, Mrs. Charles Ring and, Cliuckie, Mrs, 'Lloyd Smiley and Carolyn, David and Linda, find (Mrs. John Arndl. FRESH NEW BEAUTY Jumper Suit Mrs. William Cyriiicks of: Pipestone. Miss Wcslcrhind formerly attended Gtislavus Adolphus College at St. Peter. Mr. Cyriacks attended Mac.ilesler College at St. Paul and is a graduate of Minnesota School of Business. The wedding will · be Aug. 2i ot the Immanucl Lutheran Church in Kicstcr. SEPT. 14 IS DATE SET FOR WEDDING KIESTER--Mr. ,ind Mrs. Hilmcr Wcrmedal of Emmons, announce the engagement'and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mavis Constance, to Dwaine Manvillc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Abbe of Alden. The wedding will take place Sept. 14 at the Synod Lutheran Church in Scarvillc. Back to School COATS COAT SETS Fashioned by Limon Curtsy Excel Oakdale Dee Dee Deb and others Use our Lay-away Plan or your charge account. Tot Teen Shop 9 West State-Next door to tho Park Inn Slender pine needles nncl colorful pine cones captured in all their nauirnl loveliness bring 'the vivid grandeur of great forests to this cxcjuisiic china. It's china of the same glowing transluccncy and' beauty as the fine services created by Lenox for kings and presidents, Five-piece place setting,,$1925 :·$$ CHINA Blaivekarc» 12 EAST STATE STREET AMERICA'S W O R L D - F A M O U S FINE CHINA Jtist the jumper for college, for young career girls--its simple bas- que styling v.'ill serve many occa sions, in corduroy, wool, velveteen. Tie collar blouse (with sleeve choice), included. No. 2009 is cut in sixes 10, 12, 14, 16, J8 and 20. Size IB jumper, 2 yds. 5!-in. Blouse, 2'/i yds. 39-in. Send 25c for pattern with name, address, style number and si/.e. Address Pattern Bureau, Globe- Gazette, Box «12, Old Chelsea Sta tion, New York 31, N.Y. Patterns ready to fill orders immediately. For special handling of order via first class mail include an extra 5c per pattern. The Fall-Winter Fashion Book, just out and beautifully illustrated in color! Presenting fall fashions at their smartest. Over one hundred practical, casy-to-makc pattern designs, for every ago and type of figure. Be an early bird, order your copy now. Price just 25 cents. VERY SPECIAL'FOR SUMMER! LADY BORPEN ICE CREAM CTh*Borden Company i ·'.?»

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