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August 19, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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Aug. If, 1952 M«»m CUj nio)ir.r,», f Uf, Maion City, T«. WOMEN Sampson-Petersen Wedding Held in Church at Greene I'lioto by Lock ' · ' - . PLAN GOLDEN W E D D I N G -- M r , and Mrs. Paul Pattschull, 24 Vermont S.E., will observe their golden wedding anniversary with a reception for friends and relatives f r o m 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday at the Congregational Church Parlors. : .:ic!n Thulcg and .Paul Pattschull were married Aug. 20, 1902 at Charles City in St. .fames Lutheran Church and moved to Mason City In 1905 where he was employed «s Locomotive Engineer on the Milwaukee Railroad until his retirement several years ago. .They have two sons, Dale and Lowell, arid two grandchildren, Gary and Fruiln Elaine. ; ' ' --6-WEDDING PLANNED AT KIESTER CHURCH 3OESTER, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Glenn linkkcn of Kioslcr announce itie engagement and approaching ntnrriagc of their daughter, La Vohnp Rowainc, to Myron Olson, itn of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Olson of: ; Kicslcr. The wedding will take place Friday at 8 p.m. at the Kics- ter Immanucl Lutheran Church. The about bleaching Silk Blouses Social Calendar TUESDAY JAPE Auxiliary-7 MO, YMCA. 'Bremen's Auxiliary-7:30, Mrs. Douglas Fields, 52-1 21st N. E. : ubordinpte Lodge 224-8, TOOK Ilnll. .loose Lodge-8, Moose Hull. Women's Labor Auxiliary-8, Labor Hall. WEDNESDAY Iridgc Club-1, Mrs. Frank I'cnrcc, 242 Willowbrook drive, lolly Dozen Club-2, Mrs. Ronald Abel, 1723 Wilsoi: S.W. Friendly Birthday Club-2, Mrs. Joe Factor. St. James Circle 1-2, Mrs. Henry W.indrey, 408 flth S. E. Social Hour Club-Mrs. Herman Bohnsnck. Trinity Lincoln Circle-7:30, Church.. Legion Auxiliary-7:30, Legion H u l l . Queen Jlebcknh Lodge-8, (OOF Hall. Cm I safely silk Pomtively! For theme easy basin washings, ndd 1 tablespoon of the now astounding Hi-lex Fine Fubnds Ponder Blench to warm waiter and light tmda for .wonderful : results; Your : Silkg will b« fresh, clean, breath-tak- ingly white! Gentle to hands . . . safe for septic tanks. Ntti m ~ H *.s^ I t/j -lex powder Bleach Bleaches and brightens... Nylon, Rayon, Silk and Wool! Party Given' or Pastor of immanuel The Rev. and Mrs. S, E. Peter;on were guests of honor at a pol- uck supper at I m m a n u c l Lutheran /hiirch Monday evening with no members of the congregation nt- cndlng, Arlie Christensen spoke briefly and presented a gift to the pastor ·uid^ his wife in appreciation of the ~',*t years they have already served he congregation. The church board f a d m i n i s t r a t i o n sponsored the larty. The Luther League provided the program with Norma M c E a c h r a n , iresident, in charge. Jt included devotions by Ca,rolce O'Grcen and nulc hy Beverly Myers, Sharon O'Grcen, Beverly Hanson, Sandra Isaacson and Ronald Christensen. The Hannah and Miriam Circles ivcrc in charge of serving. --o-- . Couples Granted Licenses to Wed HAMPTON -- M a r r i a g e licenses were issued in Franklin county to Harold E. Mcnnlng, 2fi, and Donna Mae Boycndga, 18, both of H a m p ton, Eugene D, Olson, 21, and De lores Rax, IB, both of St. Paul, Minn.; Jerome Sleblska, 24, Grin- ncll, and Patricia Dorsey, 22, Hampton; Howard \V. Means, 22, Minneapolis, and Anne A. DeGroot, 19, Sheffield; Harry Herbert Ivcr- .son, 23, and Audrey -Rebecca Berry, 22, both of Ownlonna, Minn.; David A. Koenen, 19, and Marjory Pralle, 19, both of Lntimcr; Donald Schreu- fler, 25, and Patricia Ann Wright, 23, both of Hampton. . FOR PURITY, RICHNESS AND TASTE APPEAL 1 M LK Milk »lwjy» g«li lop honor* in health for th* big supply of n«c*siary vltamini and mineral* it givts. It'* th« b«it h»«lth iniuranc* you can hival L«t us supply your milk n«»di daily. M A R R I E D IN ALASKA--The wedding of Donna Johnson, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Rosier Johnson, Manknto, Minn., and David Dunlop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Dunlop, M a n k a t o , formerly of Mason City, took place in the Chapel at Eilsen Air Force Base, Fairbanks Alaska. The chaplain, Maj. George* nd Mrs. Delhlefs. The table was rranged with the three-tiered wed ing cake topped by white carna ons and chrysanthemums. It was entered by an arrangement o hitc carnations, chrysanthemums nd stock flanked by tapers in lov liver candlesticks. Mrs. Rober IcFec cut the cake and Mrs amcs Sample poured. Mrs. George Icyers served punch. Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop left for a hort trip to Ml. McKinley Nations 'ark, after which they will be a ,ome in Fairbanks \vhere Mr. Dun op Is stationed at Eilsen Air Fore Base. The bride left Mankato July 2' vith Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Dunlop vho drove her to Fairbanks via th \laska highway. Mr. and "Mrs Dunlop have returned to Mankalo flying by way of Seattle, where the itopped for two days. --o-- i Reports Given at DUV Meeting Daughter of Union Veterans ol he Civil War met in the Hi-12 Clubrooms with Mrs. H. T. Roberts presiding and semi-annual reports pf secretary and treasurer were ;iven. Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Sid Bemis cported'on 'the-30 dozen homemade cookies given by the mem- )crs with coffee for blood donors hiring the Red Cross Bloodmobile isit. The lent voted to sponsor a pub ic party at its next meeting Aug. 25 at 7:30 p.m. Phone 646 HERMANSON DAIRY M. Meyers, performed the ceremony Aug. 9, using the ritual sent by the Rev. A'. G. Fehner of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, M a n - knto, in a double ring ceremony. Charles Lightfoote sang "Bless This House," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." William Webb played the organ. Attending the bride was Mrs. G. William Dethlefs of U r b a n n , 111., low living in Fairbanks. Mr. Dcth- efs was Mr. Dunlop's bestman. Jshers were Robert McFee of Baltimore, Md., and James Tail of luntihgton, W.Vn. The bride, escorted to the altar jy Edmund Dunlop in Mr. John son's absence, wore a street length strapless dress of white taffeta Lrimmed with Irish lace medallions under a white nylon chiffon fitted redingole with short cuffed sleeves ancKshort gauntlets to match. Her veil was shoulder length, of white nylon net fashioned in n Juliet cap edged with lace medallions. A rhinestone clip at the throat, car- rings and bracelet completed her costiime. She carried a white Bible centered with a white orchid in a satin bow and stephanotis. Streamers of white satin ribbon tied with net bows fell ffom the flowers. The sride also carried a point lace inndkerchicf belonging to the aridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. A. B. Adams, who carried it at her wedding. Mrs. Dethlefs wore an aqua dress of street length made with a filleci Liodice, long sleeves nml a full skirt and matching hnt. She carried pink gladioli. Her rhinestone earrings were a g i f t of the bride. Mrs. Ditnlop, mother of the bride groom, wore a pink summer suit with navy accessories. Her shoul dcr corsage was of pink gladioli. Following the ceremony a reccp Hon was held at the home of Mr Old? Get Pep, Vim with Iron, Calcium, Vitamin B t UtflMFN WVFIflC.ll ' 40 ' 50; °°- Don ' 1 l » u ui. wouk. wnrnimt, M- hatutnl. TAkn O^tre*. CouUilnA lonlu oflru l cUtrMO-- hy bmllM InuXInK Iron; plus Cal- cluin. Vlumln Ui .TJiouinnil* now tn\ ucppr: ycmm younger. Ota Onlrnx Tmilc Tnbteta TODAY Trlnl alie runin lltlln. Or SAVE MONK V-- ml rrgM- lr It. in Mie only 9Sf. For mil tincr luvlots wit to aeovtry uopulixr, moaey-avlng "Kcouoni}- 1 " alia A I driir Rtore« e v e r y w h e r e -- In Mnsmi CHy »» C»»r/ n1 Oirn nrtlft. Soft P«dals are th"d«»- ^delightfully soft »ho«s trained to b«hav» with the supple ease of a seal. 10.95 . nd 11.95 SHOE DEPARTMENT -- STREET FLOOR GREENE--In St. Peter's Luthran Church in Greene, Miss Luil!e Petersen of Des Moines, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 'ctersen, Greene, and William CHf- ord Sampson, Des Moines, son of Irs. Rose Ellen Sampson of In- ian River, Mich., were married nig. 17 at a double ring ceremony iy the Rev. I. J. Deines, pastor. Miss Freda Maass, organist, ilayed a half hour nuptial prelude ireceeding the service and also luring the ceremony. Mrs. I. J. Deines accompanied the soloist, rlrs. Phillip Johnson of Des Moines, vho sang. Mr, Petersen gave his daughter n marriage. Maid of honor was Marian Petersen, the bride's sis cr. Mrs. Perry Knapp, Marian, and Mrs. Arvid Luidell, 'Greene, vcre bridesmaids. Charles Wiley f Middleton, Ohio, was bestman vith Arvid Luidell, Greene, and Cecil Poppc, Des Moines, ushers. The reception for about 200 quests was held in the church din- ng hall. The couple left on u two weeks .vedding trip through the northern central states and Canada and wil ive in Des Moines. The bride, a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar ?alls, is employed at the office o .he Collector of Internal Revenue Des Moines. The bridegroom received his Bachelor of Arts Degree at Witten berg College and is a student at the Des Moines Still College. Mr. and Mrs. John Lantis of Ohi for Mrs. Rose Ellen Sampson o Indian Kiver, honored the brida party at a rehearsal dinner at Hub bard's Cupboard in Marble Hock. MR AND MRS. SAMPSON DAV Auxiliary to Give Party for Veterans Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary met Monday evening at .he Hi-12 Clubrooms with the commander, Mrs. Louis Terhufen, conducting the session at which it was voted to sponsor a party for the :owa Soldiers Home at Marshall- .own in September. The OAV Auxiliary will have a public card party Sept. 3'at 8 p.m. at the.clubrooms. Reports were given on veterans funerals attended arid on the For- gct-Me-Not sale. After the meeting, lunch was served by Mrs. Terhufen. The ne.xt business meeting will bo Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. VFW Auxiliary Plans to Sew. . Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxil iary will have a sewing bee Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Post home, 1315 Fourth S.W., to sew carpet ma terials for veterans confined at Knoxville. Mrs. Arnold Tilton will report on the national encampment which she attended in Los Angeles. Mrs. John O'Brien and Mrs. Richard O'Brien will be hostesses. If you overknead baking powder biscuits they arc likely to have a tough texture and be a lop-sided shape. Knead the dough only aboul a dozen times when you use a standard two-cup flour recipe. New Topper the ALV1NA Verve of Spain... Curve of Fashion The Toreador, -featured in' Glamour, Gage-designed as soul-mate for your deep-caped coat or be-bulloned suii. In fine fur felt, contoured for new hair-styl- inc/; delightfully becoming and "Youth- ening." 8.95 Choose your draperies from our large selection of drapery fabrics. See our new materials just arrived. 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