The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 21, 1952 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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Lister Reunion Is Conducted Four stales were represented when the Lister family held its 26th annual reunion at-West Park, there being members from Iowa) Minnesota, Missouri and'Wyoming. The oldest present was 80 and the youngest eight months. After a picnic dinner, a short business session was held. Tom Lister of Eagle Grove and Mrs. L. C. Griffith were re-elected officers. They appointed Mr. and Mrs. George Geitman and Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Floden in charge oC arranging the picnic for the 1953 reunion. The afternoon was spent visiting and looking at colored slides of previous gatherings. - ' v ·· · _o-Juliette Willis ·Weds Oscar Floy ,'The marriage o[ Juliette Willis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Carlson of Forest City, and Oscar Floy, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Chris Floy of Thornton took place Wednesday at 10 · a.m. in the Chapel'of St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Fort Dodge. The liev. E. S. Ede of Fort Dodge performed the ceremony. The couple was attended by the pride's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Carlson of Fort Dodge. 'Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Floy left on a trip west. They will be. at home neat- Thornton where h e . is engaged in farming. Mrs.'Floy was formerly a teacher in the Spencer Public School. --°-- Serve watermelon and cantaloupe balls in a sugar syrup flavored with mint; garnish the fruit with sprigs of fresh mint leaves. This combination makes.a most refreshing dessert. Start saving yourself I NOW: i get a 25th Anniversary to Be Observed Mr. and Mrs. Royjlowe, 935 N. Federal, will observe their 25th wedding anniversary with open louse for friends and relatives iunday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. The Rowcs have two daughters, Mrs. Victor May of :iear Lake and Mrs. Jim Brood of Swaledale, and seven grandchildren. T H E O R I G I N A l A U T O M A T I C CLOTHES DRYER Why wait! Team a Hamilton with your present washer (whedier it's wringer, spinner or automatic) and turn your back on the real work of washday. No lifting, stooping, stretching! Make Hamilton--the original and the fastest automatic .clothes dryer--your next appliance. You'll be a new woman! HOME A P P L I A N C E CO. 20 Second N. E. Ph. 16 SPOKEN AT TRINITY Miss Virginia PclcrsonTVa'ugtuev oC Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peterson, COS Van Bui-en S. W. and Calvin An- Jerson, son of Mrs. Tina Anderson, 53-1 2nd N.E., were married in the Trinity Lutheran Church where the Hev. Roy Harrisville perform cc -*(he double ring ceremony. Glatiiol 'ormecl a setting for the service ind nuptial musie was provided by vonnul Hagen, organist, and Clay .on Wornson, who sang "0 Pcrfec' Love," "Wedding Prayer" anc 'The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage )y her f a t h e r and wore a white s u m m e r suit with white acccsso ries and a corsage oE red roses Her only jewelry was it pearl neck ace, a gift? from the bridegroom. Miss Mnrjoric Peterson was her sister's maid of honor and Clayton ^alan was bestman. The maid o lonor wore a pink suit with white accessories and a corsage of pink and yellow roses. Her rhincslone Dracelet was a gift from Hie bride TRAIL RIDERS CLUB TO MEET AT DORSEYS Trail Riders C l u b ' w i l l have a ride Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Jack Dorscy farm a mile south of Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kclley and Roger Duriahoo will be hosts. A potluck lunch will follow the ride. STEELDON 18 jewels. Sweep seconds. Stainless steel case. Scaled against m o i s t u r e a n d dirt. $62.50 C O N V E N I E N T TERMS WATCHES " DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE STREET Our Beauty School Training 5f OFFERS YOU A COMPLETE · MODERN COURSE "that can moan n bright future ns « veil paid Beautician. Hair Stylist. Permanent Wave or Jfafr Dye Technician, Manager. Owner ot a Salon, Manufacturer's Representative or Cosmetician. PERSONAL INSTRUCTION . . . by m staff of highly qualified teachers, that win prepare you for all state requirements and a good position. MODERN EQUIPMENT . our school consists of two, pleasantly decorated floors furnished \vith the finest equipment which you will learn j to operate. / (/I f n\ -SB r\ l\ ACTUAL PRACTICE In shop methods plus management anc! ethics. business The bride's mother had a n a v j dress with gray accessories and the bridegroom's mother, a n a v y and white dress with black accessories. Each had a corsage o gladioli and. rosebuds. A small reception for 50 guest was'held at the home if the bride Mrs. Vcrnon Nelson oE Toetervill had charge of the guest book an Mrs. Robert Peterson o£ Austin sisler-in-iaw oE the bride, cut th three-tiered cake. Hostesses wer Miss Audrey Sulton, Mis| J a n i Frantz, Miss Marjorie Pctcrsot Mrs. Vcrnon Nelson and Mrs. Hob ert Peterson. After a short wedding trip th couple will be at home in Maso City. The bride wore a navy blu dress with while accessories and corsage of gladioli a'nd rosebud for going away. The bride is a graduate of Lyl High School and is employed a the Park Hospital. The bridegrooi is a graduate of Mason City Hig School and has just been clis charged from the Army after 2 months' 'service, 12 oE them Korea. He will be employed at th Mason City Mill works. --o-Golden Wedding to Be Observed G A R N E R -- M r . ant! Mrs. Sam Smith will observe their golden wedding anniversary Sunday although the actual anniversary date is Aug. 2ti, Open house for all friends and relatives will he held on Sunday afternoon from 2 u n t i l 5 p.m. at the Sam Smith f a r m , eight miles east of Garner on the short-cut road to the south shore of Clear Lake. M r . , a n d Mrs. Smith were married on Aug. 26, 3902, at Princeton, 111., in the Congregational parsonage by the Rev. Mr. McClaren. Mrs. Smith is the former E m m a Brewer. Both Mr. and Mrs. Smith were born and reared at Sheffield, 111., and they c a m e to Iowa in 1910; first to Wright County where they r e m a i n e d u n t i l 1020, when they moved to Hancock County. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are the parents of.four children: I r v i n and his f a m i l y , who live in Washington state; Lester and his f a m i l y of Richmond, C a l i f , ; Lisle and his i f a m i l y of Mason City and Mrs.j jLcota (Freddie) Gcrdcs of Woden.j iThe Smiths have 12 grandchildren.! A family dinner will be served a t j 'noon on Aug. 2-t for the Smith f a i n - jily at the home of Mr. and Mrs. jLisle Smith, 825 Fourth St. S.E., Mason City. Ridge way Church 'Nuptial Setting DECORAH -- Ethel B c r g a n , j aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cnrli ergan, Ilidgeway, and Herbert Metje, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A, 'ietje, Sumner, ! were married at to .Ilidgeway Orleans Lutheran :hurch;',':·;· The br»de was given in marriage iy her father. Mrs. Maynard Hovey served as naid of honor. The bridesmaid was can Bergnn, Junior bridesmaids verc Janet Bergan and Lilia Bcn- on. Larry Wistcndorf was ring icarcr and Lorraine Bergan, flow ;r girl. Ushers Were Margin Bergan oC Ridgeway and Arlin Blume of Sumler. The couple has been living in Vaterloo. Vows Exchanged at Cresco Church CRESCO--Miss Golclie J. Craft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 'raft, and William J. Lefcrink, son if Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Lefer- nk, were married in St. Joseph's Jalholic Church. The Rev. Roman Schares officiated at the double ing ceremony. The bride was attended by Chloc 'onry, El ma, maid of honor; Lo- ·etla Gallagher, Waterloo, and 2nthorinc Blaser, bridesmaids, i'hc bride's niece, Ruth Ann Craft, vas flower girl and Kenneth Haga- nan, Fort Atkinson, nephew of the H'idcgi'oom, was ring bearer. T h c bridegroom's attendants were,his brother, Leonard Lcfor- ink; ihtt bride's brother, Kenneth Draft, Waterloo, a n d C h a r l e s Bnkke, Lancsborb, Minn, George Hcrold, cousin of the bridegroom, and his . brother-in-law, FJoyd Mouthy, were ushers. A reception for J80 guests was aeld at the bride's home following .he ceremony. Before her marriage the bride was employed at Wolff . C,o. store. The bridegroom served four 'years in the Navy. Ho received his honorable discharge last December and ' i s employed at the Cresco creamery. After a two weeks' wedding trip through the West, the couple will live in Cresco. --o-MLADY-LUKES DECORAH -- M i s s Audrey' Mao Lukes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ray Lukes of Protivin, became the bride of Melvin C!. Mlady, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mliuly, Cresco. The Rev. J. Skluzncck road the double ring ceremony at (he Holy Trinity Church, Protivin. After a wedding trip to the* Western states tho couple will live on a f a r m near Prolivin. -o-The 1929 Geneva Convention governing treatment 61 war prisoners was not signed by Russia. HOSPER-KLIMESjr DECORAH -- Miss M a r i a n Kll- mesh, daughter oE Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Klimesh, Spillvillc, became the bride of David C. IIos- pcr, son of Mr. and Mrs, John Hos Aug. 27, 1952 H M»«on Clijr Globc-G»itUe, Ma ion CLtj, I«, per, Calmar, at St. Wcnceslaus Church in Spillvillc, They will make their home in Calmar. Clean Up S A L E NOW ON FOR YOUR PROFESSION LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE . . . A CAREER THAT WILL BRING YOU HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS. Write, Thone or Come In for a Personal Interview, at No Obligation! FALL-CLASSES BEGIN SEPT. 8-15-22 LaJames College of Beauty Culture 24 2nd St. N. E. Phone 974 Oh what is tta handiest bug-killer n»6e, That's always ready for use? It's KNOX-OUT Aerosol Bomb forme- Just squirt 'em when they're on the loose/ Tkb product if your imurincc* igairm annoyfng insccci. Nfufii p u r p o i c Knox.Out Aerosol Bomb contains more ingredients for tjuitktr knockdown, tffftr kill! Buy ii-today! FENNSALT, FHIIA. 7, f A. rStOGRESSlYf CHEMISIHr FOR OVER A CEKIURT New Brcczo ia gunrnntcifd (iy" 'Lever Brothers Company to give you more for your, money than ony rinse-or-no-rinse washday product or' yourj money back. Brcczo wnflhcs everything whiter, ^brighter than any eoap, in hardest water, too...wilh or without rinaing! You get n CANNON Dish Towel, too! ~~~ New at... i n o f OURS EXCLUSIVELY at 17 98 The most beautiful quality of Velour and also Fur F e l t . . . several fall colors in a most stunning style. Other new hats, 6.98 to 21.50 Millinery--Batons Balcony DAMON'S STREET FLOOR BUDGET SHOP DORNA GORDON'S NEW PETTICHECK DRESS lusl received, this lovely new Dorna Gordon frock in Potlicheck. A Jovely coat stylo, thai buttons to the hem- lino. Brown or Red . . . Sizes 38 to 44, and yet so tiny prlcedl . . . Where you can dress better for less money! \\ Back-to-School" Apparel Center Featuring New Weaves and Fabrics that have excited the fashion world! DRESSES 10 99 Novelty Hayon Tcdfelaa Crisp Ribbed Rayon Failles Quality Rayon Crepes Shimmering Rayon Satins The New Taltelasse Corduroys and Combinations This is a season of new weaves, new fabrics, new colors, new designs. Dresses this season are r e a l l y d i f f e r e n t . . . in silhouette, in attractiveness. Sizes 9 to 15, 10 to 20, 18'/2 to 24'/j. OTHERS 8.99 TO 16.99 New Shades! New Lower Price! Slenderizing Dark Seam NYLONS Hughes 15 denier .If gauge sheer nylon hosiery o£ first quality, of- fcred at n lower price this season. The new f a l l shades arc here! Full fashioned, of course. 3 PAIRS FOR $3.25 3 SO. FEDERAL AVE.

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