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August 14, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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Aug. 14, 1952 *»»*· cir oi»fc«.o«i«u«, M»I«H our. u. Eddy-Holland Wedding Is Held in Thompson Church Rhoda Holland, daughter of Mr. ·hd Mrs. Lester Holland of Thompson, and Douglas Eddy, son of Mr, ·nd Mrs. D. W. Eddy of Forest City, were married in a candlelight ceremony at (he Bethany Lutheran Church'in Thompson. The Rev. Oliver Seim performed the double ring ceremony. Nuptiol music was played by Janet Wetterling, who also accompanied Carolyn Egertson as she sang. Both attended Waldorf College with the bride. The bride was given In marriage by her father. Gwendolyn Howe was maid of honor. Mary Lou Holland, Mrs, Robert, Mnttison nnd Christina Abbas were bridcsmnids. Jack Sodcrllng was bostrnan. The ushers were Douglas Lumlberg, Gary Shellcr and Robert Maltison, the jailer two serving as candle- lighters. ; : Kathy Hellnnd, cousin of the bride, and Leslie Holland, brother of the bride, were flower girl and ring bearer. Following tho ceremony, a rocep tlon for 100 guests was held in the church parlors'. The bride is a graduates of Thompson High School and completed bno : year at Waldorf College and a summer session at Mason City Jimior'College and will teach near Forest City i n ; t h e falK The bridegroom is a graduate of Forest City-High School antl Waldorf College, He is employed with his father in Forest City where they will make their homo following a trip to the Ozarks. ···: ·.·· --0--" MAUTIN KNUDTSONS HOSTS AT D I N N E R Mr.-arid 'Mrs. Martin Knudtson, 1014 9lh :N, W., had as their dinner guesjls:Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nyhus and daughter, Betty, of Miller, Anna and 'Oscar Knucllson nnd Clara Ann Haugen of Hanlontown and Adolph Anderson. , Clean Up SALE NOW ON Org MR. AND MRS. EDDY Fail Picnic for Veterans Is Planned Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will sponsor another fall picnic for veterans nt the Knoxville Hospital, it was voted at the Auxiliary meeting Wednesday evening at the VFW Homo. Mrs. John O'Brien, hospital chairman, will arrange with the hospital for n day for the picnic. Members will ; g!ilher magazines, carpet material, empty spools, playing curds, puzzles nnd comic books lo take, as well as food. Two boys at the EUlora Training School will receive canteen; books for six months each as 1 gifts from the Auxiliary, Mrs, Lclnnd Wilson urged mem bers lo stress membership to have a department president's class In October, Mrs. Paul Clausen, junior unit.chairman, announced n picnic for-tho juniors Aug. 20 at West Park with Mrs. LeDcll Angel nnd Mrs. Leonard Tosel as chairmen. She read a letter from tho Knoxviile Hospital thanking the unit for lie.' sent to the men there. White hand kerchiefs were asked for as the present need. Sept. 27 was announced as the clato for the nnmml poppy sale, con ducted by the VFW Post niut Aiixil Midwest Poet anization 'Plans Meeting Plans for Ihc fall meeting of the Vtidwest Federation of Chaparral oets to be held in Mason City lejit. 27 were discussed at the neetlng of the North lowu Writers Jlub Wednesday afternoon at the iome of Mrs. R. F. Farrer, 805 51m Drive. The Midwest Poets meeting will ake place at tho Hotel Hanford vith registration at 8:30, followed i'y n poetry clinic nt 10 a. m. Mar- arelto Ball Dlckson of Staples, Ilnn., poet laureate of Minnesota, vill be in charge. Mrs. Edna Bacon Morrison of Grinnc'IJ, state regent, will preside t Ihc afternoon meeting and there will be a banquet at 0 p, rri. in the "lamingo Room, wilh Mrs. Gale amcR Vincer, sluto vice regent, 'residing. Guests are expected from Ne- j r a s k n , Minnesota and Iowa. All vho are interested in poetry may ittend the afternoon and evening esstons.. The morning meeting is or members only, Those who wish 0 attend may contact Mrs. Tim halen, 1745 J. Two new members were accepted, Marion Obcrhauser of Bel- nond nnd Mrs, Ervin C. Upton of Mason City. The next meeting will bc Sept. 1 wilh Mrs. Dave EanHnit, 1100 6lh Avenue S., Clear Lnkc. AS SEEN IN LUNDBERGS 59 Here It Is at last . . . a zip-coat that's real fashion . . plus all the versatility that on-the-go American Women love! New 36" length in lacy Poodle-cloth full and easy, with an unusual Peter Pan collar that buttons up' for a whole new look! Snap-your-fingers- «t-the-weathcrman in this smart topper with its removable glove leather liner. Red, Grey, Toast, Gold, Blue. Sizes 8 to 18. TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE WOMEN ary. Mrs. William Pnrris is chairman for Ihc Auxiliary. The Auxiliary voted to maintain .he chock room at the home with M r s . : R n y Van Note, president, as general c h n l r m u n of Arrangements Each member was asked to donate a night each month to work iii the checkroom lor the benefit of the Auxiliary genera! fund. - The'Auxiliary and Post will hole a f a m i l y picnic Sept. 7 at the VFW picnic grounds with Mrs. Amok! Tillon, c h a i r m a n ; Mrs. Ada Pear- sou, children's games, nnd Mrs Ervin Powers, food. Mrs. Tillon, who returned Wed riesdny morning from California where she altended the Natlona Auxiliary convention,,will make her report at a sewing bee. Mrs. Recce Henderson, truslee javc tho auditor's report. The at- :endance prize went lo Mrs. Robert Speaker. After Ihc mceling, lunch vas served by the social group. The next regular meeting will be Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. . .^ -^v-^wsii^ MACARONI *°* f DELICIOUS Mrs.'Balkam Is Elected WCTU Head Officers were elected by the Women's Christian Temperance Union at a meeling Wednesday al the home of Miss Charity Russell, 411 East State, Mrs, F. B. Balkam being named president. Mrs. Leon Thomas was elected secretary, Mrs. W. A. Cagle, treasurer, and Miss Betty Russcir was appointed publicity .chairman anc Mrs. J. H. Robinson, flower and mission chairman. The county convention was so' for Aug. 27 at 10 a.m., at the Firs Presbyterian Church. There will be a potluck dinner ( at noon. Mrs. Balkam presided at the Photo by Husscll .MARRIED AT ROCKWELL--Miss Henrietta Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Long of Rockwell, became the bride of Orvillc Muth, son of Augusta M u t h of Rockwell, at St. Peter's Lutheran Church with the Rev. 0, W. Thnen performing the double ring ceremony. The organist, Mario Meyers, accompa-* ---- meeting. Topics were given by Mrs August Johnson, Mrs. W. M. Da vidson, Mrs. C. H. Major, Mrs G'enn Gilbert, Miss Nellie Chad bourne, Mrs. Ella Maddy, Miss Ida Baker, Mrs. Myrtle Graham, Mrs Mac Morgan, Mrs. W. A. Cagle Mrs. A. Faleo, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs H. Rugg and Mrs. E. J. Zerble. Devolions were led by Mrs. Mad dy from "Why Not Try God" b Norman Vincent Peale. Miss Bell; Russell read a leller from the Rev Ida Helgen, missionary in Haiti Mrs. A. Faleo reviewed the Wash ington Letter by Elizabeth A Smart, Bureau of Legislation Washington, D.C. Mrs. Robinson reported on sic! calls and flowers. Mrs. Zerble tolc of her trip to West Point, describ ing ceremonies and drills there. Refreshments were served by th hostess. Mrs. Davidson returnei thanks. Miss Janice Skovgaard as sisted in serving. Gladioli in paste shades centered the lable. Mrs, Davidson, Mrs. F. Skaliskj Mrs. Durant of Garner, Miss Chac bourne and Miss Skovgaard wer guests. lied Orville Wilte who sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly;" The bride was given in marriage jy her father and wore a while whaiililly lace gown over while satin, with a bodice of lace .and a nylon net skirt extending inio a Irnin. Her fingertip veil of nylon let was hold by a crown of net and seed pearls iintl she carried a white Bible with white rosebuds. Her only jewelry was u cross, a gift from the bridegroom. The maiti o£ honor, Miss Barbara Brown of Dubuque, wore a green taffeta gown wilh u lace yoke and carried a- colonial bouquet, Janice Millard, cousin of the bride, was flowergirl and wore a yellow nylon net gown over yellow taffeta with a halo of daisies in her hair. Monty Milltircl, cousin of the bride, was ringbenrer. Ushers were Roger Muth of Mason City and Ralph Witte of Rockwell. The bride's mother wore a navy and pink dress wilh navy accessories and the mother of the bridegroom had navy with navy accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. A reception ins been working as bookkeeper it the First National Bank of Man City the past year. The bridegroom is a graduate of Rockwell High School and spent our years in the service, of this IMs years in G e r m a n y and a year n Korea. He is employed by the Reliable Implement Co. al Rock- veil. J. W. Knightlinger of Fort Worth, Texas, is visiting with his niece, Mrs. R. H. Eficson, 21 Vis Connecticut S. E. -- o-Canned apple sauce is handy to cccp on your kitchen emergency shelf to use for dessert quickies or was held in the church parlors following the reception. Jnckie Brunstcin, cousin of the bridegroom, had charge of the gueslbook. Arctis Millard and Janet Millard of Mason City and Shirley Schwieson of Aberdeen, S. D., cou sins of: the bride, took care of the gifts.'Mrs. Cora Long, grandmother of the bride, a n d . Mrs. John Brunsle.in, aunt of the bridegroom poured. Mrs. Wilbur Young of Hunlinglon Park, Calif., cut the three tiered cake. The bride is a graduate of Rock well High School ar.d attendee Iowa St;ite Teachers College. She with CUSHION CREPE soles 5.95 Clever trim (that can be removed) adds lo the cute appearance of this new suede casual with cushion crepe soles, jhq soles with the walking on a cloud feeling. SUEDE BLACK · NAVY · GREEN GRAY · RUST also: BROWN GRAINED LEATHER SHOE SALON . . . STREET FLOOR Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. M a r k McMahan \ave left for their home in Santa Ana, Calif., after a month's visit with Mrs. McMahan's mother, Mrs. Vlinnie Clifford, ami Mr. ami Mrs. Ernest Pcper and daughter, .Candace, 903 10th N. E. *--' to accompany a meat or fowl course. It's good, too, in cookies, cnkes, quick loaves. Good Lines BACK TO SCHOOL DRESSES In all sizes including Chubbies. · , SELECT THEM NOW I Use pur Lay-away plan or your charge account. TOT TEEN SHOP 9 West State Next Door to Ihe Park Inn. Social Calendar THURSDAY ethlehem Walther League-7:45, Fellowship Hall, mmanuel Hannah Circle-8, Mrs. Ralph Paul, 221 Jackson S. W. NA-8, Hi-12 Clubrooms. FRIDAY Jrst Baptist Circle 1-- i 1:30, Mrs. Charles Hilton, 21 Riv er Heights. AUXILIARY TO P. 0. CLERKS HAS MEETING Women's Auxiliary lo Post Office Clerks met at the home of Mrs. lobert Furbish, 952 16th N. E., with drs. William Bergmann, president, conducting the business session. Mrs. William G u m p reported on the state convention held in .June am Mrs. H. 0. Johnson was named a delegate to the national convention n St. Paul Aug. 18 lo 25. 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