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February 23, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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N U P T I A L V O W S ' E X C H A N G E D - Miss Marlcne Mcn-it'dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mcrriss, 109 24th S.W., became the bride of Maurice M. Logan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Logan of Dougherty, at n double ring ceremony performed in St. Joseph's Catholic Church w i t h the lit. Rev. Msgr. Patrick* -carried colonial bouquets of yellow roses, pink carnations and yellow gladioli. The bride's mother wore navy blue with navy and white accessories and the bridegroom's mother wore n a v y with navy accessories. Both had corsages of pink and yellow roses. A reception was held in (he church basement for 150 guests. Dinner was served at 1 o'clock at the bride's home for close relatives. Hostesses at the reception were Mrs. William McCaulcy, a u n t of the bride and Mrs. Joseph Mc- Caulcy. The cake was cut by Airs. Harlcy Weber and served by Mrs Holly Shaffer. Mrs. Lyle McCauley and Mrs. Leo Warin, a u n t s of the bride, poured. The bride has been employed as a receptionist at the Park Hospital. After a wedding trip, they will be at home on a farm near Dougherty. For going a w a y , the bride wore a navy blue dress with n a v y and white accessories and a corsage of white carnation--- -ncl roses. Malone officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her f a t h e r and her attendants were her sister, Sharon, bridesmaid, and Mildred Kemna, maid of honor. Edward Conway and Leo 0!Connor of Dougherty attended the bridegroom. Francis McCaulcy of Fertile, uncle of the bride, and Robert Janscn of Dougherty were ushers. Acolytes were G a r y McCauley, cousin of the bride, and Michael Colloton. Sister M a r y Eleanor played the n u p t i a l music and M a r i l y n Factor, cousin of the bride, sang "Avc M a r i a , " "Little White Guest" and "On This Day 0 Beautiful Mother." Pink and white snapdragons and yellow jonquils decorated the altar. The bride's gown was of satin with a nylon net yoke and a junior train. Her veil was of fingertip length illusion net and her pearl earrings and single strand of pearls were gifts from I h e bride' groom. She carried a crystal rosary and her flowers were white roses, snaps and gladioli. Identical gowns of green nylon net over, taffeta ..with matching headbands were worn by the bride's attendants. They had headbands of yellow and pink roses and Don't remove the cords from your rolled rib roast before it is set before the carver or the roast will f a l l apart. · Social Calendar TUESDAY Moose-Women of Moose-0:30, Moose I Jail. McKinley Parent E d u c a t i o n -7:15, School. K a i n b o w Girls-7:30, Masonic Temple. Christian Women's Fellowship-7:45: G r o u p 7, Mrs. Ivan Barnes, 11(5 Kentucky S.E.; 8: G r o u p 8, Mrs. Frank Davenport, 210 Rhode Island S.E. Clio CUib-- Mrs. : l l a l p h Slanbery,'915 Delaware N.E. Bethlehem Ruth Circle-8, Mrs. Elmer Lulz, 907 Madison N.W. LWV Highland Group-8, Mrs. L. W. Lichlenberner, 319 Rhode I s l a n d S.E. Subordinate Lodge: 2'M-- 8, IOOF Hall. WEDNESDAY Helpalot Club-11:30, Mrs. Edwin Klang, 1G08 Carolina S.E. Bridge Club-1, Mrs. Charles J. K a u f m a n n , 217 Pennsylvania N.E. First Methodist Circle I-1, Mrs. A. M. Sarchetl, 1604 Delaware S.E. Bon Amis Club-1, Mrs. W. II. Patterson, 1530 N. Federal. Central Lutheran W of C-1, Church. North Iowa Writers-1:30, Mrs. Tim Phalcn, 510 5Ui S E Book Club-1:30, Mrs. W. N. Miller, 125 Crescent Drive. Farmers Happy Hustlers-2, Mrs. Louis Hod. Our Saviour's Rebecca Circle-2, Church. Delta Kappa G a m m a -4:30, Room 103, High School. First Christian Congregation-C:20, Church. Piano Practice Club-7:30, Mrs. Leon H. Woodward Jr., 2524 Adams S.W. St. Barbara's Circle-7:30, Mrs. Harry Arnold, G25 Connecticut S. E. Harding PTA Board-7:30, School. Hoover PTA-7:45, school. St. John's Unit-8, Mrs. Max Shrock, 119 9th N.W RNA-8, Hi-12 Club. St. Francis Unit-8, Mrs. Frank Murphy, 316 14th N. W. Travel Talk Is Planned by Outdoor Department European travel will come to Woman's Club members almost first hand Thursday when Mildred Rosackcr of Minneapolis, traveler and tour conductor, will speak at a meeting of the outdoor life department at 2 p.m. in the Library. Mrs. Rosacker annually escorts a summer lour for Sedards of Minneapolis and adds to her repertory of anecdotes and experiences in travel in this way. In addition to her talk she will show 1G mm. colored movies and will also display some of her European purchases. Before her marriage, Mrs. Rosacker was in newspaper work. This is the only department meeting scheduled for February and the regular meeting day of Tuesday was changed to T h u r s d a y to accommodate M r s . Rosacker's .schedule. Her topic will be "Outdoor Life in Europe." --o-- : Cancer Talk on Program of Chapters G a m m a Sigma and Xi Nu Exemplar Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi saw an American Cancer Society film, "Breast Self Examination," and heard a talk by Dr. F. E. Kapke on Cancer following their meetings Monday evening at the Cerro Gordo Hotel. Xi Nu Exemplar'Chapter met at the Cerro Gordo with Mrs. Don Watts presiding. It was voted to donate to the Cancer Society. Mrs. William Miller of the Cancer Society told of the work of this organization and showed the film. G a m m a Sigma Chapter met at the home of Mrs. Richard Welsh, 1C01 Carolina S.E. A short business session was held during which charm sisters were assigned and a nominating committee appointed. Dixie Van Every of Albuquerque, N.M., was welcomed as a transfer. Refreshments w e r e served by Mrs. Welsh and Mrs. Richard Dean. The program on "Art and Pictures" was given by Mrs. Terry Mcnzcl and Mrs. Robert Jensen after which the members went to the Cerro Gordo for the Cancer program. --o-To tenderize liver, scald before cooking. DAR Annual Colonial Tea Held at YW M u s i c a l selections were featured on the program when the Mason City Chapter ol Daughters of the A m e r i c a n Revolution held its a n n u a l guest day colonial tea at the YWCA, with 41 attending. Mrs. J. E. Slinebarl introduced the musical numbers, and t.o!d briefly about their composers. The program was made up of music from the Colonial, Civil War and World War I periods. A string trio composed of Mrs. Harlan M a c M i l l a n , violin, Mrs. De- Ray Lichly, cello, and Mrs. J. E. Stineharl, piano, all wearing colonial costumes, played "Minuet" by Mozart, "Jeartic With the Light Brown Hair" by Foster and "Trees" by Rasbacb. Musical Numbers Mrs. Stinehart played two piano solos by MacDowelJ, "From An Indian Lodge" and "Witches' Dance." Mrs. Carleton Stewart Jr., soprano, sang "My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free" by Hop,, :,, . , T ,. jkinson, "The Hills of Home" by Our Saviors Lutheran a n n u a l j F o x and "My Lover Is a Fisher- father-son banquet will be held in man" b y Lily Strickland M I L D R E D ROSACKER Our Savior Men to Have Banquet Jiiesanz, Mrs. Dale Bittcrman, Mrs. James Arthur Kayc, Mrs. Robert Paul us of Rockford. The guests had been greeted at the door by Mrs. Stinehart and Mrs. Dick Fullcrlon, dressed in colonial costume. The tea table decorations and refreshments carried the patriotic theme. Mrs. Ful- lcrton and Ms. Stinehart poured. Mrs. Carl A. Rice, Mrs. Bernard M a i n , Mrs. John Mocn, Mrs. Ful- lerlon, Mrs. J. II. Marston, Mrs. H. E. Koencke and Mrs. W. J. Bar- hour were'on the committee. --o-- -'lEO MEETING IS HELD AT CAGLES HEO Club was entertained at a patriotic luncheon Monday at the home of Mrs. W. A. Caglc, 1007 2nd N. W. Co-hostesses were Mrs. H. H. T i m m c r m a n , Mrs. Ansel Wolf, Mrs. August Johnson and Mrs. Ella M a d d y . Decorations Feb. 23, . .1954 1§ Mainn CUy Globe-Gazelle, Mason Clly 1 , U. were in rer) and white with ( flags as the centerpiece. , "A Russian Minister Fighting Godlessness ' in the Soviet" was the'lesson topic given by Mrs. H.'J. Blewett. Following the lesson, it was voted to send a Bible to Russia and to contribute to the Cancer fund., The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. C. A. Rice, 38 Linden Drive, March 8. : MONDAY CLUB HAS DINNER MEETING , Monday Club members entertained their husbands at dinner Monday evening at Costa's. Following dinner, Miss Frances Fors- tcr talked on her summer in South America and showed pictures which she took there. '.. the church parlors Thursday eve ning at 6 o'clock. The trio closed the program ng at 6 o'clock. w i t h .. By t h e Bcnd or the Dinner will be served by the jy Clara Edwards, "Sylvia" - _ _ _ . . _ ,, .._, -- ... Clara Edwards, "Sylvia" by members of the Women's Mission Speaks, and "My Lindy Lou" by Federation. Robert C'allanan, president of the Men's Brotherhood, will - -- -- -- r - , ,, - - ..» . v. u u v - i - a ^ u i i ^ - j , i tg t i l l . . U M C l i U U be toastmaster and the program the meeting, using the ritual, as- will include special musical sclec , " - - - _ _ ,, .. v » u ^ * · « · · « · k J H * * l « i l U l L . j V . 1 1 U JJ1 1 J l l . tions, toasts by fathers and sons, who gave George Washington's and a travelog in slides to be given prayer. After the program Mrs by the Rev. Peter J. Jansen, pas- Hanes introduced the members tor of the First Congregational who introduced their guests Church. He will speak of reconstruction of churches in war dc. . *·'"- 6"-^ia " civ; m i s . naiun stroyed countries and of working Fischbeck, Mrs. H. L. Gore, Mrs. witb displaced persons. Raymond Harms is chairman of ticket sales for the banquet. --o-- CHAUTAUQUA CLUB MEETS AT CADYS Chautauqua Club met at the home of Mrs. G. W. Cady, 1524 N. Federal, for a Washington tea with Mrs. Cady, Mrs. R. S. Felt, Mrs. J. A. Gashel and Mrs. R. S. Millhiser as hostesses. An invitation was read from the Clear Lake Woman's Club to attend its March 9 meeting when Mrs. J. L. Lush of Ames will speak. Mrs. R. B. Girton presented a program of recordings of "Immortal Poems." The next meeting will be March 8 with Mrs. Lawrence Shepoiser. !enny Hedrick, Mrs. L. L. Weath- rly, Mrs. B. J. Hogan, Mrs. Bob Burgraif, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, Mrs. ". B. Tice, Mrs. E. H. Wagner, diss Marion Hanes, Mrs. Lowell Veir, Mrs. Phyllis Holmgrem, .Irs. F. C. Van Note, Mrs. Robert Nelly Don CHECKS MAKE SPRING RESORT NEWS Just try one on and see for yourself the excellent fit and smart new season styling of these;chcckcd cottons. 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