The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 22, 1954 · Page 8
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1954
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F»b. 22, City Gl«be-G*««tle, Matoa Cllj-, la Federation to Entertain for lowan "" ( ' *, . WASHINGTON, D.C.-Mrs. Osca, A Ahlgren, president of the Gen eral Federation of Women's Clubs will have a rhusicale in honor o Mrs. Hiram C31e Houghton, forme GFWC president, at 4 p.m., Thurs day at the headquarters of th GFWC in Washington. Mrs. Houghton, who is assistan director of. the Foreign Operation Administration for Refugees, Mi grants and Voluntary Assistance recently received the insignia am diploma of the Gold Cross of th O r d e r of Beneficence from Hi Majesty Paul, King of the Hellene for assistance given to Greece bj Federated clubwomen during Mrs Houghton's. term as president. "Soloist at the Musicale will b Maria Kopulos. The program wil include selections by Chopin, Sibel ius, Mendelssohn and Debussy. Fo] lowing the musical program re freshments will be served. Social Calendar 200 33 MONDAY Monday Club-6:30, Costa's. Beta Sigma Phi (Alpha Chi)-7, Miss Charlene Garrels, 101 2nd N.W. West Haven Dorcas Circle-7:30, Mrs. James Allen, Grover S.W. St. Anthony's Unit-7:30, Mrs. Thomas Brophj 1st N.E. Amvet Auxiliary-7:30, Am vets Club, public can party. Baptist YWA-- 7:30, Mrs. W. H. Gcer, 117 Ver mont S.E. Daughters of Veterans-7:45, Hi-12 Club. Trinity LDR-- 8, Fireside Room. Congregational Group 7-8, Mrs. Hazel McCollough, 14Vi 1st S.E. Beta Sigma Phi (Xi Nu)-8, Cerro Gordo Hotel. .Veleda Club- Mrs. P. O. 3runsvold, 930 Jef fcrson N.W. TUESDAY LWV West Group-9:30, Mrs. Lloyd A. Peck, 8( Brook Terrace. LWV East Group-9:30, Mrs. Carroll Adams, 51 Vermont S.E: Wa-Tan-Ye Club-12, Cerro Gordo Hotel. Legion Auxiliary-YWCA. · Hoover PTA Board-1:30, school. Lincoln PTA-3, School. McKinley Parent Education-7:15, School. Christian Women's Fellowship-7:45: Group 7, Mrs. Ivan Barnes, 116 Kentucky S.E.; 8: Group 8, Mrs. Frank Davenport, 210 Rhode Island S.E. Clio Club- Mrs. Ralph Stanbery, 915 Dela ware N.E. Bethlehem Ruth Circle-8, Mrs. Elmer Lutz, 907 Madison N.W. LWV Highland Group-8, Mrs. L. W. Lichtenberger, 319 Rhode Island S.E. Subordinate Lodge 224-8, IOOF Hall. Harmony Music Session Held · Harmony Junior Music Club me at the home of Marianna Stade man, 708 2nd S.W., for a progran of string and vocal music. A violin solo, "Concertino in G by Huber, was played by Jo An Hendrickson. Alice ifesse playc "Hungarian Dance No. 5" b Brahms and Katharine Rumeliot played "Allegro Moderate" iron "Accolay Concerto in A Minor." Barbara Erbe played a violi solo, "Allegro Brilliante" from "Concertino" by Ortman. Mar anna Stadelman sang two soloi "Sail White Dreams" by Rishe and "There Are Fairies at the Bot torn of Our Garden" by Lehmann A violin solo, "Allegro" from "Con certino" by Rieding was played bj Nancy Fiala and "Allegro" fron "Sitt Concertino in D Minor" b Carol Ann Garland. Accompanists were Mariann Stadelman, Sheila Cornish, Lind Hesse and Sylvia Holm. Refreshments were served b, Sharon McGowan, Delores Tierne; and Marianna Stadelman. The next meeting will be March 20 a Erbes. CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON VOWS SPOKEN AT WESLEY-Miss Alberta Mae Percy^daughler of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Percy, 954 6th Place S. E., became the bride of Joseph C. Code, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Code, 1021 2nd N. W. at a ceremony performed Saturday in the Wesley Methodist Church. Dr. Paul Arnold Peterson officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Wanda Percy was her sister's maid* of honor and Miss Nancy Code, sis ter of the bridegroom, was brides maid. William Foster of Newton a fraternity brother, was bestman and ushers were Grant Cornwall o; Iowa City and Dale Lenth,. a fra ternity brother. The bride wore a white chantilly lace gown with a fitted bodice, a bolero jacket and waltz length bouffant skirt. Her fingertip veil wa trimmed with matching chantillj and she carried a semi-casca'de of white roses centered with garden- The maid of honor's gown was green ballerina l e n g t h with a matching headband and she carried a colonial bouquet of Talisman roses. Miss Code, the bridesmaid, had an identical'gown and carried roses and Fantasy carna- .ions. The bride's mother wore navy with pink accessories and a corsage of roses and shell pink carnations and the bridegroom's mother, a powder blue dress with navy and white accessories. Her corsage was of roses and deep rose colored carnations. Nuptial music included organ selections by Miss Marilyn Doebel, and two vocal n u m b er s, "The Lord's Prayer" and "A Wedding Prayer" by Mrs. Paul Peterson. A reception in the Fellowship rlall of the church followed the ceremonj r . Mrs. George Hawkins cut the 3 tier wedding cake, assisted by Miss Judy Snover. Mrs. Glenn Trustem, sister of the bride, and Miss Shirley Smith poured. Miss Marilyn Neuzil was in charge 1 of the guest book and Mrs. Harold Quiniey, gifts. Mrs. John Cress acted as hostess. The couple left on a wedding trip o Chicago, the bride wearing a dusty pink suit with black and white accessories. Mr. Code and his bride will live at Iowa City where he is employed in the display advertising department of the Iowa City Press Citizen. He is a graduate of Mason ity High School, Junior College and the State University of Iowa, with a major in general business. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon. The bride is a graduate of Mason City High School and the State Uni- versity.of Iowa, majoring in office management and business educa- tion. She is a member of Alpha Chi Omega"" sorority. Prenuptial entertaining included showers given by the Misses Hazel and Kathryn Percy, aunts of the bride, Miss Marilyn Neuzil of Iowa City, Mrs. Harold Quiniey and Mrs. Calvin Goeders, Mrs. William Hawley and Mrs. Gene Keeler and a party given for the couple by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zeigler. Mrs. Motter is Honored Guest Mrs. H. E. Motter Jr., a recent bride, was honored when 23 friends gathered at the home of her mother, Mrs. Claude A. Thomas Jr., 514 Pennsylvania N.E., for a surprise miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Eugene Motter, grandmother of the bridegroom, was an out-of-town guest. Mrs. Motter Jr., who teaches in the Franklin Consolidated School at Latimer, was honored at two parties at the school, one a surprise given by her 40 4th grade pupils and the other, a party given by her teaching associates. MARGARETA EILERS TO WED R. MARCH CLARKSVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. William Eilers of Clarksville announce the engagement of their laughter, Margareta, to Raymond March, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl March of Maynard. Miss Eilers is an instructor in the Osage public school and Mr. March is engaged "n farming near Maynard. Young Fry's Spring Wear Fits Season New look for children's wear fashions in spring, 1954, is a result of uncertain Easter weather of past seasons. Everyone talks about the weather, but this season the young fashion markets are doing some thing about it. Suit weather" Easters have been few and far between in most parts of 'the country, leading people to plan Easter wardrobes that can double for chilly.." or", warm days. Women's Wear Daily's fashion editors point out that for spring, 1954, the long coat, the more-than- one season dress and the lightweight separates suit for undercoat wear are the direct reflections of spring weather worries. Two directly opposite fashion themes appear for spring for girls and teen-agers, according to Women's Wear Daily's summary of the new spring lines. The strictly tailored "little-boy" look, that can be classed as Edwardian coat and suit fashions, shirt-influenced blouses and dresses, is the continuation of the success of the little boy shirt that was so strong last fall. Costumt Suits On the other hand, the complete ly feminine look is found in shaped princess coats, costume suits and in full-skirted dresses based on Empire and princess silhouettes. Classic gray and nnvy predomi nate in the little-boy type coats, contrasting with the watermelon pink and pale pastels that are so pretty in feminine princess coats. Strict Chesterfield collars contrast with soft narrow shawl collars for feminine fitted coats with full skirts. The "little-boy" suit shares the spotlight with feminine costume suits detailed with soft collars. Straight-appearing loose coats contrast with nipped waists and full skirts. Fine, smooth fabrics; strictest attention to detailing and the look of fine tailoring in coats and suits for girls and teens add up to a look reminiscent of the Edwardian era Silhouettes for these strictly tailored coats are eye fooling, says Women's Wear Daily. Back and front arc cut for the straight boxy look, but side fullness offers a skirt full enough to wear over layers of petticoats. Pocket interest takes an important place in the fashion scheme featuring flapped patch pockets at the hipline, small change flaps and breast pocket flaps. Narrow rever collars, buttoned high, are borrowed from the boy coat. Back Interest Back views are very much in the limelight with the same attention to details. Coat and suit jackets feature welt-stitched seams ending in double back vents. High-buttoned half-belts, or side belts buttoned toward the back are other instances of back interest in Chesterfield-influenced fashions. The smooth fabrics that appear in Edwardian types are carried over in a feminine way but interpreted in watermelon pink and sky WATCH REPAIRING Prompt Service · Guaranteed Work ·Large Stock of Genuine Parts · Factory Ground Crystals to Fit Your Watch D*l Rirmm* 12 East Stale SET W E D D I N G DATE--Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Giesfeldt, Milwaukee, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan, to Buford E. Floy, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Floy Jr., Thornton. The wedding has been" set for Nov. 27 at Memorial Lutheran Church in Milwaukee. blue to make no mistake about the feminity. The costume is a favored interpretation of the feminine look. Coat-plus-dress or suit-plus-blouse costumes are news notes for girls of all ages. Costume blouses are simply executed, with feminine touches. Sleevelessness, glitter buttons, large standaway collars and bow ties are among the favored details, --o-- 50th Anniversary Plans Are Made ACKLEY--Mr. and Mrs. William Kothenboutel will · observe their 50th wedding anniversary with open house at the Ackley Legion Hall on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. William Kothenbeutal, son of August and Mary Kothenbeutcl, came to this country from Germany in 1885 at the age of 3. Mrs. Kolhenbeutel was Abbie Sonius, daughter of Harm and Grace Sonius, born in Ackley Sept. 2, 1884. They have lived in Ackley all but two years of their married life. They are the parents of three children: Henry of Waterloo, Mrs. W. (Wilma) Chancy of Eldora and Mrs. Harm (Grace) Kuper. They have seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Vows Spoken at Wesley Ceremony B. H. Reynolds announces the marriage of his sister, Miss J. Berenice Reynolds, 12'/j Delaware S. E., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Reynolds, to Earl L. Pippert, 2012 Wilson S. W., son of Mrs. Emma V. Pippert, 111 7th N. E., which took place in the Wesley Methodist Church Sunday at 12:15 p. m. · i The Rev. Paul A. Peterson officiated. Mrs. W. M. Huff man was matron of honor and Glenn Braun, bestman. The bride wore powder blue.linen with lace insets and a corsage of a, white orchid with white carnations.. Mrs. Huffman had beige linen with lace insets and a corsage of pink roses and carnations. The bridegroom's mother wore black with a corsage of white carnations. Baskets of gladioli and bouquets of yellow [lowers decorated the church. Miss Marilyn Doebel, organist, played nuptial music and Mrs. Alfred D. Diercks sang "Always." A reception was held at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. J. D. Farrer, Highway 106 west, following the ceremony. Hostesses were Mrs, Carl J. Swab and Mrs. Richard E. Sandagc who poured, assisted by Mrs. G. G. Weida and Mrs. Frank Brooking. A three tier wedding cake with yellow rose decorations and yellow candles decorated the table. After a wedding trip to the Ozarks, the couple will live at 2012 Wilson S. W. Mr. Pippert is a contractor and the bride is personnel manager at the F. W. Woolworth Co. --o-Thaw frozen fruit in its unopened package and you will delay discoloration. If the fruit is to be used "as is" for dessert, serve it just as it is thawed. 3 Plan to Leave ' on Trip Abroad Mrs. E. H. Wagner, 12 Brook Terrace, Mrs. Fred G. Duffield, 24 Oak Drive, and Mrs. H. E. Cunningham of DCS Moines, formerly of Mason City, will leave Tuesday on a four month's trip to Europe. They plan to sail Feb. 27 on the Italian liner, Andrea Doria, and wil! land in Spain. Their itinerary calls for stops in Morocco and in the Balearic Jslands before a tour of the European continent and they will conclude their travels with a visit in England, planning to return to the United States late in June. GAFFNEY-COUBIN CHARLES CITY --Mrs. Agnes Corbin and Earl Gaffney were married at Osage. The Rev. W. H. C. Bergmann, pastor of the Lutheran Church, officiated at the ceremony, performed in the parsonage. Attendants wore Mr. and Mrs.. Paul Crawford, nephew and niece of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Gaffney will makc'their home at Charles City. Patriotic Tea Planned by Auxiliary Representatives of women's patriotic organizations will be entertained at a tea Tuesday afternoon by the American Legion Auxiliary at the YVVCA Decker Room. The regular Auxiliary meeting is called for 2 p.m./and the program and tea will start at 2:30. The program will include a talk on "The Crusade for Freedom" by Mrs. Hiighes Bryantr There will be vocal selections by 10 .boys from the Woodward Training School and a group of senior high school students will give their contest numbers. They are Marcia Nissen, Caroline DcWilde, Carol Christiansen and Signa Van Houten. Mrs. William Turnbull, Americanism chairman, is in charge of arrangements and the committee includes Mrs. Claude A. Thomas, Mrs. H. L. Gore and Mrs. H. J. Hettler. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort PASTEETH, pleasant alkoJine (non-acid) powder, holds false teetb more firmly. To eat and talk In inoro comfort, Just sprinkle a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty tuste or reeling. Checlts "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. SALE SPECIAL! SAVE $5.00 PERMANENT and HAIRCUT Cold Wave 8.50 Styled Haircut 1.50 COMPLETE .10.00 Nothing Mor« To Pay Appointment Not Alwayt Necessary PHONE 793 WLn 1/ouHJJt... SPECIAL EMERGENCY SERVICE If You Call Our Office Between 7:00 A. M. and 8:00 A. M. We Will Pick Up Your Cleaning and Shirts and Make Delivery the Same Day. We Also Invite You to use our new DRIVE IN facilities. Shirts and dry cleaning in by 9:00 A. M. will be out by 4:00 P. M. when requested. IDEAL AMERICAN Launderers *»i Sanitone GLEANERS Phone 22 22 First S.W. arnctuon KIDDIE PARTY NINE CARTOONS, STOOGE COMEDY AND AN ANIMAL SHORT SATURDAY MORNING, 9:30 A.M., FEBRUARY 27th at the STRAND THEATER ADMISSION Bring Your Tops or Caps From Any Carnation Fresh Milk Product 3 55 RNATION February 27th. (HALF-GALLON TOPS WILL COUNT AS 2). TOPS OR CAPS {This Does Not Include Labels or Tops from Carnation Evaporated Milk) i5J A iH^ E K~ REE GIFTS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY THIS SATURDAY from the STAGE of the STRAND THEATER and the LUCKY BOY and the LUCKY GIRL turning in the largest amount of T°T??i 0r T, caps ir ° m any CARNA TION FRESH MILK PRODUCT will receive a SCHWINN BUILT ENGLISH TRAVELER BICYCLE--fully equipped. 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