The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 18, 1952 · Page 9
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, August 18, 1952
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Time-Saver Ackley Church ; Nuptial Scene ACKLEY--In the First Presbyterian Church, Miss Thelma Weber, daughter o£ Mrs. Floyd Weber, became the bride of Wayne E. Shugar, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shugar, the Rev. Richard B. Em ery performing the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, William F. Weber. Miss Marjorie Weber, sis tor of the bride, was maid of honoi and Miss Verla Mae Janssen was bridesmaid. Elaine Shugar of lowu Falls, cousin of the bridegroom,! was flower girl. Miss Darlene Noble and Mrs. Franklin Moreland were 1 candlclighters. The bridegrom had Wendell Wade as bestman. Ushers were Don Wa- sepka, Hampton; Jerry Thaden, Aekley, and LuVern Greenfield, Waterloo. The couple will be at home in Ackley. Mrs. Shu gar is employed in the Ackley State Bank. Mr. Shugar is with his father in clothing store --o-Dog Saves Master SENATOBIA, Miss. UP--A three- year-old fox terrier,! Pinky, saved the life of her master, Gus Peter son, when his boat capsized on Horn Lake and he was knockctl unconscious. Peterson said the small dog pawed and nudged him until he regained consciousness and managed to grab the overturned boat. ·This button-shoulder cotton is so simple to sew! The trick lies in the way front and back are each -cut in just one main pattern piece. (Note: Waistline is riipped-in by little pleats.) No. 2378 is cut in sizes. 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42. Size 18, 3'/B yds. 35-in., with 3'/8 yds. edging. Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Address, Style N u m b e r and Size. Address PATTERN BUREAU, Globe-Gazette, Box 42, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N.Y. Patterns ready to fill orders immediately. For special handling of order via first class mail include an extra 5c per pattern. T h e FALL-WINTER FASHION BOOK, just out and beautifully il liislr'atcd .in COLOR! Presenting fall fashions at their smartest: Over one hundred practical, easy- to-make pattern designs, for every age and type of figure. Be an early bird, order your copy now. Price just 25 'cents. Cat Adopts Foxes CAMDEN, S. C., UP--A female cat has adopted three baby foxes DRAMA IN PLEATS . . . Nellie de Grab uses Orlon-svool mixture by Millikcn for this striking outfit. and is mothering them along wit her two kittens. UMBEu^BEEEiSSiKSJ DAMOVS H elping the bmemaker By CECILY BROWNSTONE GOOD MORNING Cantaloupe Halves Puffed Kice Milk or Cream Blueberry Coffee Cake* Beverage {Recipe for Starred Dish" Follows) BLUEBERRY COFFEE CAKE' Ingredients: 2 eggs (beaten), % cup granulated sugar, % cup milk, 2 cups pancake ready-mix, /i cup shortening (melted), 1 cup blueberries (fresh or canned or frozen), 1 tablespoon butter or margarine (melted), li cup firmly-packed brown sugar. Method: Gradually beat granulated sugar into eggs until fluffy. Add milk and pancake ready-mix; stir lightly until combined. Fold in 'A cup melted shortening and blueberries. (If blueberries are canned or frozen, drain off juice before adding.) Pour batter into well-! greased l l /2-quart ring mold. Mix 1 tablespoon melted butter with brown sugar; sprinkle on top of batter. Bake in hot (400F.) oven about 20 minutes. Cool for 2 or 3 minutes in pan; turn out on wire rack. Makes 8 servings. Coutour Cuts Sl.OO S1.50 Beauty Salon Phone No. 5700 Marian : Klimesh Weds D. Hosper SPILLV1LLE -- The marriage of larian Klimesh, daughter, of Mr. nd Mrs. Frank V. Klimesh of pillvillc, and David C. Hosper, on of Mr. and Mrs. John Hosper f Calrnar, was performed by the v. J. P. Chihak Saturday at St. Venceslaus Church; Attendants were Maxine Colligon and Glen Klimesh. The bride vas given in marriage by her ather, A reception was held for immediate relatives at the bride's home. The bride was graduated from Calmar High School and employed at C a l m a r Super Vain. The bridegroom was graduated rom Calmar High School and Ce dar Rapids Business College, Ce lar Rapids. He is bookkeeper a' Jiieheit Produce, Calmar. After a two weeks' trip througl iVcslorn and South Central states .hey will reside in Calmar. --o-Whole Family Honored CLINTON, Miss. UP--Dr. Frank in T. Walker, head of the Englis epardnent of Mississippi College ere, not only took part in com- iciiccincnl exercises but also saw is wife, Anna, receive an M. A., cgrce \vith honors and an A, B, egrec bestowed in absentia upon iis son, Marino Lt, Peter F. Walkr. The same day another son, Adison, was graduated from din- on High School as class vulcdic- orian. Wishbon* U n l u c k y FORT WORTH, Tex. UP--Wish bones are supposed to mean jood luck but in the case of Frank 3itto, a steel worker, it was the re crsc. Ho was munching on one vhcn it slipped. Surgeons removed t from his throat. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't bo embarrassed by loose fnlse teeth slipping, ·rtroppitie or woblillni. when you cm, tnlLc or liuifih. Just sprlu ktc i lillle FASTEET11 on your plates This pleasant powder snvcs « remark able sense of ndtled comfort nnd seen rily by linlilhiK pUitcs more f i r m l y , N ginuiuy, Hooey, pasty taste or foclhu H'M a l k a l i n e I n o n - n c i d ) . Get FAS TEETH nl any drill! blorc. Mi ion Cllr Olobe-Oaielte, Mason City, It. Aug. 18, 19S2 h... $1,49 Pints Quarts GLAXO Ends Linoleum Waxing Apply it once . . . it lasts for months . . . seals out dirt hereby eliminating scrubbing and waxing . . , hi-lustre, yet non-slip . . . easy to apply . . . dries in one hour . . . it's clear. You'll like Glaxo because of its beauty and the work it saves. I) \\IOVS HOUSE WARES-DOWNSTAIRS MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CLASSIFIED A0S PAY DIVIDENDS. TRY' ONE! A permanent designed to whisk you through football games and school activities . . . you'll be the hit of the "coke set". t -to-Sflhwl" Want §7 Crcmc Cold Wave $5.00 512 Lanoli'iecl Machineless Wave _ 57.50 » An A p p o i n t m e n t Not Alwayi Nuccss»ry * Uso Y o u r Clinrgc A c c o u n t U For Women of Distinction tevenson's 15 South Federal WAYNE E. PEDELTY DAMONS V 12.00 TO 25.00 Soft captivating feathers to frame your brov/- in the most feminine manner. Choose a subtle (one in a small filled style or a becoming profile. You v/on't want to miss this collection by the distinctive designer KEN BLAIR. MILLINERY SALON · SECOND FLOOR A SALE TAKES PLACE EVERY DAY BUT A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY COMES ONCE EVERY HALF CENTURY COATS of MAGNIFICENT COUTURIER WOOLENS! 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