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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, August 18, 1952
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ft Ai*. 1»; 19$2 tltum'CUj Clflfc4-0»«fll-, .Wntnn City, /«. 7.0 Present 'for Reunion of Family { Seventy attended the annual Sears family reunion in East Park Sunday. Mrs. C. A. Scars was elected secretary-treasurer to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs. L. C. Bailey. Mason Cityans at the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Scars, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stockbcrger, Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Scars, Mr. and Mrs, Gyman Scars, Mr. and Mrs, II. C. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. L. C, Halloy, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bailey, Mrs. W. P. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Baker, Mr. and Mrs. A. Link. i F r o m out of town were Mr. and Mrs. M.^Heggedstatl and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Link of Northwood; Mr, and Mrs. David Dickerson of Eldora, Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Ron- quiest of Austin,'Charlotte Standko of Albert Lea,.Mr. and Mm. Guy Little,and family of DCS Moinos, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sears of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. ; Sears, Mr: and Mrs.' .Tillman', Sears ami family, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dears, .John Prahl, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huber, Clear Lake; Mr. arid Mrs. Viva Dyre, Rockwell. --o-Radio station KDKA in Pittsburgh was ,tho first station in Ihe world to broadcast regularly scheduled programs, WOMEN inuooH 18 jqwela. Sweep Mcondi.' Stainless steel case. Soled m o i s t u r e itud .dirt, $62.50 I'hoto by I.oclc TO BE SEPTEMBER B R I D E -- Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Mcnefeo of Hampton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Bonila' Margaret, 221 2nd N.W., to Edward Koch, sou of'Alfred Koch of Hampton. The .wedding has hecn planned for Sept. 28 at the Hampton Methodist Church. Miss Menefee is employed by the Northwest Distributing Co., and Mr. Koch f a r m s n e a r Hampton. Bits About 'Em Mrs. M. C. Payne, 828 Carolina N.E., and Mrs. H, A. P h i l l i p s re- ui'nud Sunday evening from Green jake, Wls., where they attended he .National, Missionary Conference at the American Baptist As- WATCHES DIAMONDS 1J EAST STATE STREET Women Chose the New Fresh fragrance for Sani-Flush You'll prefer iti G«t Pl««*»ntly P«rfum«d SANI-FLUSH BOOMHOWER HARDWARE cmbly Aug. 9 to t(5. Mr. Payne, Irs. L, T. Hawkins and Hope iiwkins went to Green Lake for le weekend and Mrs, Payne and Irs. Phillips accompanied them ome. Kathleen Cordes Becomes Bride OSAGE--Miss Kathleen Cordes, laughter of Mrs. Walter Cordes, Mitchell, and the late Walter Corles, became the bride of H. McU Drew, son of Mrs. Willis Drew and he late Willis Drew, at the Osagc Aitheran Church, the Rev. T. P. iolcm reading the nuptial vows. Miss Patty Lewis, student of Miss Cordes, played the organ vlth Mrs. Ronald Benson, Orion, 11., as soloist. Attending the bride was her sis- er, Miss Clcone Cordes, with Marcue Funk, Osage, as flower girl inci Steven Funk, New Hartford, s ring bearer. Joseph W. Drew ttcndcd his brother and ushers in- ludcd Dean Scalon and Benjamin Mason Cityan Is Married in 'Baltimore Frederick C. Ifencman Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. F. C. Heneman, 32 Vermont S. E., and Miss Terry fJell of New York were married Saturday at the home of the bride's brother. James, in Baltimore, Md. The bride is a graduate of New York University and has her master's degree in dance from the University of Pennsylvania. She had been associate professor of physical education at the Univer sity of Minnesota. Mr. Hcncman is a graduate of Mason City High School and of the University of Minnesota. He has his Master's degree in biochemistry and is employed in Washington, D. C., in chemical research for the U. S. government. After a wedding trip to Monlaidk Point, Long Island, Mr. and Mrs. Hcncman Jr. will live at 3553 llHh Street N. W., Washington. --o-Golden Wedding Is Celebrated BASSETT--Mr. and Mrs.' C. R. Hayungs celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday attending 10 a.m. services in St. Paul's Lutheran Church with dinner nt noon for the immediate family. From 2 to 4 p.m. they held open house. They wcre-marrcid Aug. 17,1002, in Germany. They have seven children: Mrs. Harry Kcohler, Swalc- i Lock ihoto POPPY CHAIRMAN--Mrs. William Paras is acting as chairman of the poppy sale for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary this year for the third time. Plans for the sate which will be held .Sept. 27 were made at a meeting of Bob Lundecn, commander of the VFW Post; Mrs. Ray Van Note, Auxiliary president; Dan Swickard, Post poppy chairman, and Mrs. Paras at the VFW Pine Room. Nelson-Family Has 'Reunion at Mankato Mason City was represented at tie annual family reunion of the escendants of Mr. and Mrs. Jens I, Nelson, held at Mankato, M i n n , iunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Selmef Nelson ant on, Dennis; Mrs. Harold Treanor Ac', arid Mrs,'. Vernon'Proctor am children, Vada K a y , Vicky anc urt; Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Ne! on Jr. and children, Keith anc Sheila, and Air. and Mrs. Geralc Saldwin and son, Michael. Four who were added to the /am ly during the year were present including Kurt Proctor and Michae Baldwin. Youngest of the four wa a four weeks' old baby. Fourth ani tifth generations were present. Selmer Nelson Jr. and Mrs. Proc ;or were appointed to .the commit tee to plan for next year's reunion A picnic dinner was served ant baseball and volley ball wen played. Jhalmn'n, Osngc, and LuVcrn runk, New Hartford. The reception was In the church inrlors. The bride was graduated from St. Olaf College, Northfielil, Minn., vtih a B.A. Degree in music. She s n' vocal music instructor in the Osage schools. Mr. Drew attended Cornell Col- cge, ML Vcrnon, is an cx-GI and .s no\V an employe of the U.S. Postofflcc in Osnge where the couple will live a f t e r a wedding trip. --o-The Moors used henna finger nail dye at the height of their evil turc (ibout 950 A.D. dale; Mrs. Hans Engel in Germ a n y ; Mrs. John Eggens, Greene; four sons: John of Woden, Karl of Lawler, Ciaas of Greene and Ernest in Germany. The Hayungs came to the United Slates in 1929. Since then they have lived at Woden, Marble Rock, Fort Dodge and for the past eight years on a f a r m west of New Hampton. --o-Donner-Klaver Wedding Is Held , IOWA FALLS--The wedding of Miss Belly Ann Klnver, daughter oE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klaver of Iowa Falls, and Jerry Donner, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Dan Donner of Eldora, was held Saturday. The Rev. Gerald V. Steicrt pcr- ornicd the double ring ceremony n St. Mark's Catholic Church. Miss Lois ilofmann, organist, accompanied Joseph O'Reilly of Ellora, soloist. Miss JoAnn Lusson was the bride's attendant, Glen Donner of Eldora was his brother's Dcslman. After the ·ceremony there was a small reception at the Shady Rest Tearoom. Mrs. Donner has been employed in the office of the Farmers Co-Operative Elevatoi Company. Mr. Donner is engaged in farming. They will live on a Couple Says Nuptial Vows at Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith, -113 23rd S.W., announce the marriage of their daughter, Doris Robinette, to George W. Raclcliffe, son of Mrs. Maude Raclcliffe, 151(5 Hampshire N.E., which took place at the Little Brown Church near Nashua. The Rev. F. L. Hanscomb officiated.- They were attended by Mr. and.Mrs. Carl Colgrove..The bride wore an suit with white accessories and a corsage of American Beauty rosebuds. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Radcliffe Jcft on a trip to Chicago where they spent a week. Mr. Kadcliffe is employed at the Lehigh Cement Plant and M r s . R a d c l i f f e at M a r s h a l l and Swift's. They will make their home in Mason City. SHOW YOUR COLORS -- P i c k the winner from these two colorful king-size silk hankies designed by Carol Stanley, boldly printed m donkeys or elephants. ^ . ' ,, Social Calenda MONDAY Baptist Circle li-8, Mrs. Luther Hodgin, 11 Hampshire N. E. DAV Auxiliary-8, Hi-12 Clubrooms. TUESDAY rinily B. and 0. Circle-1, Jacobson cottage, Oakwood Park, Clear Lake. VRC-- 1:30, YWCA, public card party. Trinity Garficld Circle-5:30, Mrs. A. J. Carman Clear Lake. NAPE Auxiliary-7:30, YMCA. . Firemen's Auxiliary-7:30, Mrs. Douglas Fields, 524 21st N. E. lubordinate Lodge 224-8, 10OF Hall. Moose Lodge-8, Moose Hall. Women's Labor Auxiliary-8, Labor Hall. Last of Ladies Stags Scheduled Last in the summer's series of latiics stags at the Mason City Country Club will be Tuesday, be ginning with' golf at 4 p. m. Dinner will follow and bridge will be played during the evening Prizes will be awarded to the winners in the women's tournament. Reservations for the dinner will be taken at the Club to Tuesday morning. Chutney, finely ground roasted peanuts and lemon-sprinkled slices of banana make good accompaniments to a curry of lamb or shrimp. . f;irm near Eldora. Billowing skirt . . . hand-span cummcrbund-ed waist . . . sparkle-buttoned bare-cut top . . . a star-light combination for romantic .effects. Bolero cover-up and top' in velveteen with rayon boucle skirt . . . chartreuse, with red wool jersey cummerbund; or soft blue with chartreuse. Sizes 0 to 15 $35 TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE Price Sale! COLD WAVE - 9 - 5 ° Complete with shampoo fingcnvave For softly shimmering hair we offer you this wonderful creme oil wave. Save as much as you spend. Search far and wide and you won't find a finer beauty value than this. Phone, now for your appointment . . . you can't afford to miss it. hairculting and styling $1.00 and up A I R - C O N D I T I O N E D SHOP --o-Marlys Swart, Orville Lee Wed IOWA FALLS -- Miss Marlys S w a r t , . daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sylvester Swart, and Orville Lee son of Mr. and Mrs. George Lee were married Sunday. The Rev Harlan Farris performed the dou ble ring ceremony at 8 p. m. in the Ellis Methodist Church, south west of Iowa Falls. The bride was attended by her sister, .Tancice, maid o£ honor. Slmo Walters of DCS Moincs was )estman. Donna Lee, niece of the mdegroorn, was flower girl. Duane nnd Larry Swart, brothers of the' mde, carried the rings. Fred and William Hartman of Alden were ushers. Miss Dolores Farris of Alden played nuptial music and accompanied Dale Pickering of Hubbard, soloist. Following the ceremony there was a reception for 150 guests in the church parlors. The bride has been employed in lie office of the state auditor in Dos Moines the last year. Mr. Lee as been associated with his father n farming. They, will live on arm near Iowa Falls. __,.., Q Couple Married at Blairsburg IOWA FALLS -- Miss Mildred Vhisler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :il Whisler of Iowa Falls, and Marlin Rasmussen, son of Mr. and Mrs, James Rasmussen of Chamers, Neb., were married in the Missionary Alliance Church at Blairsburg with the Rev. Homer B. Fisher officiating. Miss Carol Whisler attended her sister as maid of honor. Win free! Allison of Westvillc, Okla., was jestman. Miriam Whisler, sister ol :he bride, lighted the candles. Loii Whisler of Alden was flower girl Larry and David Whisler, brothers of the bride, were ushers. Miss Gcorgina Wolfe of Iowa Falls sang, accompanied by Miss Audrey Nasscn of Iowa Falls. After the ceremony there was a reception in the church parlors for 200 guests. The bride has been engaged in missionary work at Mountainburg, Ark. Mr. Rasmussen attended Perry Bible Institute at Three Hills, Alberta, Can. They will live at Gentry, Ark., where they will be engaged in missionary work. --o-COUPLE GRANTED LICENSE TO WED G A R N E R -- Hancock -County Clerk Doris Young issued a marriage license the past week to Charles A. Valley, 20, Woden, and Inez E. Hanson, 18, Mason City. --o-A watermelon of good quality will have a symmetrical shape with a yellowish underside. -Its general color should be fresh looking and will vary from deep solid green to gray, depending on its variety. To Keep You Cool As A Sea Breeze in August We recommend our SEA FOAM COLD WAVE 17 Clean Up S A L E NOW ON Sea Cap Cut, 85£ · Other Lajames Waves · $5 - 6.75 - 7.50 - 8.75 - 10.OO - 12.50 · NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ·. NO WAITING · HOURS: 9:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. Monday Through Saturday LaJames College of Beauty Culture Where Your Permanent Curl Is Guaranteed 24 2nd St. N. E. ~ Phone 974 AIR COOLED FUR SALON It took a lot of foresight on our part to make these prices possible. It will take the same foresight if you are to own a coat of prime pelts, beautifully made, at these prices! Come post-haste! Hurry' PARTIAL LISTING Dyed Mouton (proc. lamb) 125.OO Nat. Grey Kidskin 195.OO Tropical Seal 195.OO Dyed Blk. Persian Lamb 396.SO :. Canadian Beaver 595.OO TAX INCL. Natural Mink Paw 396.5O Acrett From Th« Postoffic*

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