Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 19, 1952 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 19, 1952
Page 9
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Sgt Ram beau Is Given Farewell Mr. and Mrs. Harley Knapp, 418 Tyler S,\V., entertained at a family dinner in honor of their son-in-law M. 'Sgt. Lloyd P. Rambeau, who serves with the USAF. He will leave soon for the Far East. Mrs. Rambeau will remain with her parents until later. A purse ol money was presented to Sgt. R a m beau. Guests included Mr. and Mrs Donovan Peterson and family, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Knapp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gribben am family, Martin Barrick, Miss Mar lys Aamodt, Donald Aamodt, all o Mason City. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Knapp and grandson Webster City; Mr. and Mrs. Jame? Wilson, Burchinal; Mr. and Mrs Elmer Larson and f a m i l y , Lime Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Raymont Kilmer, Rockwell. ---o-Golden Wedding Observance Held OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Ernes Wood,' Faribault, Minn., forme Mitchell County residents, wer honored Sunday on the occasion o their golden w.edding anniversary .Relatives and friends from Iowa Minnesota and Wisconsin attendee including 94 guests for dinner an more for afternoon festivities. Laura Lombard and Ernest Woo SETS WEDDING DATE--Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barz of Ventura announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Darlene Mae, to Richard Treuary, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Trenary of Kanawha. The wedding will be Sept. 24. wore married in November, 1902, in Osage. They lived in Cedar Town ship, west of Osage, for many years, They arc the parents of six daughters. Love Letter Is Replaced by Card Line By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor Thrift note to young lovers: A 15 cent greeting card with just the right touch of sophisticated humor can be more effective than a $5 box' of candy. Working on this principle, Rosa lincl Welchcr, who wields a brush with the smooth sophistication of a Dali, has built up a business which sells seven million cards a year. Her cards, with their whimsical stylized a n i m a l sketches and their slrictly , New Yorker-type humor, have hit an unsuspected jackpot of customers who never used to send greeting cards. They even write fan letters to the young artist, such as this one: Dear Miss Welcher: I'm a Brooklyn GI who's deeply in love with a Bronxite. It seems to me that greeting cards dealing with young persons in love shouldn't he confined to the Valentine season. Since I've used up all your current numbers, I wonder it you haven't some others thai are ready for Hershey-Parcher Wedding Is Held BRISTOW--The Methodist church at Marble Rock was the settling for the wedding of,.Miss Maxine Parch er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Parcher, .Marble Rock, and Gerald Hershey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hershey, Bristow. The ceremony was performed by the brolher of Ihe bridegroom, Ihe Rev Galen Hershey, DCS Moines. Miss Donna Lamb played nuptia music preceding the ceremony ahc accompanied Miss Betty Parcher sister of the bride, who sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Bridesmaid was a sister of the bride, Miss Belt; Parcher, Marble Rock. Beslmni was Darold Sidmore, cousin of lh bridegroom. Candle lighters wer Jeanne Helmcrs, cousin of Ih Although the anniversary date is in November, because of the attendance from the three states it was decided to have the party at this time. ride, and Carma llershey, sister! C the bridegroom. Ushers were Earl Parchcr, Marble Rock, broth- » r . o f . t h e bride; Gcrajd Kingrcy, fames Rex and Robert»F,putz, Mar- ile.Rock, cousins of the bride* Following the ceremony, a recep ion was held in the Marble Rock osvn hall. ' Aftre a wedding!Trip (he couple will be at h o m e - I n Marble Rock where he is a leather. lie was graduated from school, in Tarklo Mo., and the bride is a graduate ol Marble Rock High : School and is employed as receptionist at the Cedar Valley Hospital in Charles City. --o-Never boil an egg! Lower one egg nt a time into a saucepan o simmering water to cover. Simme: three to five- minutes for soft cooked eggs, 20 minutes for hard cooked eggs. Mrs] Sell Leaves for New York Mrs.' Henry B. Sell, New York City, who has been visiting her sis- ers, the Misses M a r y and Pearl O'llamnv, 321 Second N,. E., and sister, Mrs. Jennie .Fullerlon, 213 Pennsylvania S. E., left for her wine by plane Monday at 8:30 i. m. She expected to arrive in New York City by 4 p. in,, whore she was to be met by her husband Henry B. Sell, who had just re- '.urned by plane from San Fran- :isco, and other California cities 'n the interest of Town and Country magazine of which he is editor. Mrs. Sell was the honor guest o. i family gathering Sunday at the lome of her sisters, Mary anc ?eart O'Uarrow. Among the guests vero Mrs. Sell's brother-in-law an istcr, Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Rood, ml their son and daughter-in-law, lr. and Mrs. Earl Rood, Mankato, ilinn., sister, Mrs. Jennie Fuller- on, and (laughter, Helen Fiillcrlon, ilason City, and brother and sister- n-law, Mr. and Mrs, Fred O'Har- roWi Rockford, All of her brothers and sisters vcre present with tho exception of i brother, Clifford O'Harrow, who ives on a ranch near Portland, Dre., wilh his daughter, Mrs. Carl! Peterson. Mrs. Sell was formerly! Maude O'Harrpw. · ' , :· ; · ·. --o-SEPT, 14 IS DATE SET FOR WEDDING GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kidman announce the engagement and approaching marriage of M»on Globe.a»i«ll«, MMM , their daughter, 1 willa Joyce', to EcC2 ward Schmadeke, 'sqn ,df 'Mr, a n d . Mrs. C 1 a rle'n.c e .Schmadeke^ Clarksville, The ceremony will place- Sept. 14, at St. Peter's Lu'thjJ. cran Church,' Greene, the Rev. ij* J. Deines officiating. ST.JO.TTH *ASPIRIN":* * I . Clean Up S A L E NOW ON CLEARANCE SALE of JEWELRY Now On ASK RAY SENEY your new line. Miss Welcher, you have been my most potent silent ambassador of love." A California Scrooge writes that his discovery of the Welcher Christmas cards has restored his joy in Christmas, and a college girl in Ohio writes that a series of Welchcr "love" cards won her heart and hand for the man whom she loves because of his wonderful sense of humor. Rosalind and her husband, Fred Slavic, a former machinery designer, have formed their own company, called Panda Prints, Inc., to print and distribute the cards. --o-The first study of logic in the Western world is believed to have been developed in ancient Greece. VIOLA FOR THE RICHLY' TAILORED LOOK tn lies, the merry click of your heels says,'* "good tasle ... good tasle." The besl lilting of all shoe models, a tie in Ihe * right material is smart for almost any occasion. |j! mylady has but one pair of fine shoes lei them be lies! And variety? Endless! There are Gypsy patterns, side lies, two eyelet, three eyelet, five* eyelet, open or closed Iocs, slingbacks-- all these in your choice of soft kid, colored calf, suede, and suede and patent combinations* j Lower heels are the vogue -- and Dickersor \styling sets the smart pace., Stevenson's , SHOE SALON 15 South Federal . . . Waynt E. 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