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February 25, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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. 25, I9S4 »·»·« CHy CI»be-G»«»*l«, Mai** City, b ·Shirley Jean llieuwen Bride of John Fulton MR --Russell Photo AND MRS. FULTON Caucuses to Be Program Topic 4 Cerro Gordo County Democrat! Women's Club will meet Moncla night at the Hotel Hanford. Dessert and coffee will b served at 8 p.m., followed by talk by Dr. Sterling Barber, foi mer Democratic .county chairman Dr. Barber will discuss caucuses The meeting is open to a women who are interested. --o-- STONE-VSETSCKA SPILLVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Be J. Vsetecka, living west of Spil ville, announce the marriage o their daughter, Norma, to Kennet Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Stone of Reno, Nov., at th St. Thomas Aquinos Cathedral i Reno with the Rev. William Avell officiating. Attendants were M. and Mrs. Roscoe Campbell an flower girl Wendy Von Fluce. ^ reception was held for 100 guest; The bride was formerly employe, at the Colonial Hospital, Rochester : They are making their home i Reno where the bridegroom is em ployed by the Bell 0 Matic Corpor ation. Spring Again Diagonal detail does much t minimize the figure! This dress with its buttons swerved to on side, could be finished as a shor sleeved shantung, or cotton; as a three-quarter sleeved Spring print No. 2446 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 18 Short sieves, AYa yds. 35-in. or 3Vs yds. 39-in. Send 30c for Pattern with Name Address, Style Number and Size Address Pattern Bureau, Mason City Glofae-Gazetle, Box 42, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y Patterns ready to fill orders im mediately. For special handling o: order via first class mail include an extra 5c per pattern. Just off the press! The brand new 1954 Spring-Summer Fashion Book is agog from cover to cover with exciting new-season styles anc ideas for easy sewing and smar ' going from breakfast until bedtime In Color, this book includes up-to the-last-minute fashion forecasts for every age, every size, every oc casion! Yours for only an additiona 25cV ' " ' , . . , ' ' : ,, · . : Stqlf Sttrpju Has the Smartest 1 COATS ·SUITS ·DRESSES ·SPORTSWEAR B E L M O N D -- Mr. and Mrs George Licuwen of Belmond an nounce the marriage of t h e i r daughter, Shirley Jean, to John Pulton, son of Mr. ; and Mrs. Fred Fulton, Belmond. The Rev. Vincent Walsh, M.M.; read the double ring e r e m b n y at the St. Francis ihurch. Ralph Schmidt of Meservey sang and Mrs. Clifford Johnson accompanied him on the organ The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Mrs. Irwin Hardy, Mason City, sister of the Dridegroom, attended her as matron of honor. Mrs. Mike" lorio of Omaha, Neb., sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Sue Ann Wilmarth, Belmond, niece of the bridegroom, was the flower girl. Alton Albers of Nashua, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. Clair Dorr of Belmond was best man and ushers were Mike lorio of Omaha, Neb,, Ed Albers of Belmond and Irwin Hardy of Mason "ily. The reception was held at the All- Vet's Hall. After a short wedding trip the couple will live in Belmond where Mr. Fulton is associated in business with his father. The bride is employed in the office of the Kin- elh Plumbing and Heating Company. Panel Talks on Adequacy of Schools Adequacy of the Mason City schools was discussed at the meeting of the Hoover PTA Wednesday evening at the school with a panel presenting the topic, "Are the Schools of Mason City Adequate?' Dale Nebel, principal, was moderator, and panel members were Mrs. James V. Corrough, teacher, Dr. E. C. Martin and Thor Jensen. Mrs. E. C. Martin, legislative chairman, opened the program. The 6th grade sang "Fall Lullaby," "Sunrise" and "If I Could Fly," directed by Miss Wilma Nyce. The spiritual guidance mes- ;age was given by Mrs. John Dougan. . Gean Grouette, cubmaster, presented the first Cub pack charter for the Hoover school to Mrs. Nor bert Tatro, Cub Scout chairman, and she presented it to the PTA president, Mrs. Steve Stahl. Mrs Tom Rich paid tribute to Found cr's day. A nominating committee was. appointed to include Mrs. Paul Hert, Miss Alma Ogeson and Mrs Howard Arndt. In charge of refreshments were Mrs. John Dougan, Mrs. Mar Moore, Mrs. Dan Allen, Mrs Lawrence Schaer and Mrs.. A Riekens. Pouring were Mrs. R. 0, Linder and Miss Marie Fredrick- - i -- - - - - - - - K - - - - - f i ^ u i i i i A J U J 1 H I C L J.UJ. L1IU l l U I l U I C C i ) Degree of Honor Carnation Club-- w m be held at the Immanuel Lu- son. --o-Bancroft Church Nuptial Setting -- Miss Rose Marie Garry, Bancroft, and Joseph F " " Earth, Minn., were married at St. John's Church in Bancroft. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Garry of Bancroft, and Mr. Eisele is the son of Mrs. Albert Eisele of Blue Earth The Rev. J. H. Schultes officiated The St. John's boys ensemble sang accompanied by Sister Lesieux. Louise Garry, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Kathryn Garry ,he bride's cousin, Charles City, ivas bridesmaid. T h e bridegroom's attendants were Arnold Eisele, brother of the ridegroom, and Clem Bisenius, IVhittemore, his cousin. A wedding breakfast was served at the Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Donahue ·esideiicc. A reception was held at he Bancroft Legion club room fol- owed by a wedding dinner at the "ohnson House at Algona. The bride is. a graduate of Man- :ato Commercial College and was mployed by Wilson and Company or the last year. The couple will ive at Blue Earth, Minn. i " j -*J \ \ ^ X ""y*J f t ··* ---.w~v. ... ^ ^ j s v v. s k n a * - I*, - ' " » ''- . r M ^ J^iy^f S*V . t~.trt. .JU *,. J * **· K * *t »s? -* A H n TO HAVE GOLDEN W E D D I N G -- M r . and Mrs. Andrew Belz of St. Ansgar will observe their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with open house at their home from 2 to 4:30 in the afternoon and 7 to 8:30 in the evening..No special invitations are being issued. Andrew Belz and the former Ida'Groth were married at the Lutheran Church at ··* Jrownton, Minn., by the Rev. Mr. Bode March 1, 1904. Attendants vere Emma Belz, now Mrs. Fred Vedder, and William Groth, de:eased. Following their marriage :hey came to the St. Ansgar community where they farmed until Social Calendar THURSDAY Bethlehem Sunday School Staff-7:30, Fellowship Hall. 7:30, Mrs. Leonard Dean, 111 20th S.E. First Methodist WSCS- _ _ ^^ a _ l u u l t i l l l l u t c l l . 7:45: Circle 13, Mrs. Arthur G. Walter of Davenport. Howard Belz, Tippen, 417 East State; Circle 14, Mrs. Wilmer Rosel and Florence Mrs. Andrew Graham, 728 Birch Belz of St. Ansgar. They have 13 Drive; Circle 15, Mrs. Warren L DeVries, 11 Jackson S.W. Bethlehem Lois Circle-8, Mrs. Harry Romig, 1302 Wash ington N.W. Trades and Labor Assembly-8, Labor Hall. Anchor Encampment Auxiliary 8, lOOFHall. Garfiehl PTA-8, school, public card party. . F R I D A Y Congregational Guild-l: Group 1, Mrs. William Miller 125 Crescent Drive; Group 2 Mrs. W. E. Long, 232 5th N.W. Group 3, Mrs. W. Earl Hall, 22 River Heights Drive; Group 4 Mrs. Charles Ashby, 933 Madi son N. W.; Mrs. J. B. Cabanis 1122 2nd S.W.; Group G, Mrs. W H. Rees, 121 Vermont S.E. First Methodist WSCS-- 1: Circle 2, Mrs. C. A. Pyles, 314 East State; Circle 3, Mrs. How arc! Jackson, 604 Vermont S.E. Circle 4, Mrs. Edith Nichols, 225 Jackson .S.W.; Circle 5, Mrs. M D. Kubicek, 1051 2nd N.W.; Cir cle 6, Mrs. H.M. Bahr, 369 Wil lowbrook Drive; Circle 7, Mrs Carl O. Klath, 1005 West State Circle 8, Mrs. Charles E. Corn well, 222 6th N.W.; Circle 9, Mrs Walter Walker, 18 10th N.W. Circle 10, Mrs. R. L. Coon, 80 Pennsylvania N.E.; Circle 11 Mrs. T. F.. Shipton, 743 loth Place N.E.; Circle 12, Mrs. War ren A. Ruby, 639 7th N.E, Christian .Women's Fellowship-1: Groups 1 and 2, Mrs. J. A Gashel, 804 15th Place N. E.; Group 5, Mrs. Charles Crumb 234 6th N.W.; 1:15: Group 3, Mrs D. E. Watts, 911 Harrison N.W. Group 4, Mrs. Joel Hanes, 933 Delaware N.E.; Group 6, Mrs Frank Holub, 613 Jefferson S;W Pleasant Ridge Club-8, Leo Oswald home. 8, Church --o--· Be sure to hang your dishclothe, and dish towels where they will dry well before you use them again When you launder them, the use o a bottled bleach in the wash water will help you keep them a good color. Makes a Hit MANIPULA TED IMP OR - T£D PI/LA N $Tf?A y WITHPIQUe\FAC£D QUILL.. ALL COLORS. OTHER HATS, 3.9?- 6,50 104 North Federal Dotty Dunn L91G, when they retired and moved o St. Ansgar. They are members of the Immanuel Lutheran Church. A family dinner for the honorees Dale Nebel, principal of Hoover School spoke on "Different Because We Are Alike" at the brotherhood dinner held at the First Christian Church Wednesday evening. Mr. Nebel spoke of experiences ? had during his travels, showed souvenirs and played recordings of music from Japan, China and Korea. The Rev. R. L. Williams intro duced guests including the Rev. and Mrs. Jordan Ray, the Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Levinson, the Rev. and Mrs 3. E. Peterson, Mr. Nebel and A. L. Frisch. Mr. Levinson responded :or the guests following a welcome iy Mr. Williams. Mr. Johnson gave Ihe closing prayer. Dinner committee was headed by Mrs. Fred J. Miller and Mrs. Neil Garrison and the women of the Fellowship. Figurines representing various nationalities along with spring flowers and candles decorated the tables. Mr. Williams announced the drive for clothing for European countries Sunday was reported as the closing day for the school of missions with a covered dish supper at 6 p. m. at the church. heran Church parlors Sunday evening at 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Belz are the parents of four children: grandchildren. --o-Election /s Conducted by Writers Officers were elected by the North Iowa Writers Club at £ meeting following a dessert lunch eon Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Tim Phalen, 510 5th S.E. Mrs. Ella Bedsaul was named president; Mrs. Phalen, vice pros! dent, and Mrs. William Factor secretary-treasurer. Miss Lydia Barrette was a guest at the meeting and announced the program sponsored by the Friends of Libraries Thursday evening at the Library when Mrs. Ulf Ren- borg will speak about her work as librarian in Sweden. There will be a movie about Sweden and a dis play of home weaving. Mrs. Bedsaul appointed Mrs. E. J. Kelly : as publicity chairman and Mrs. Willis Bemiss as parliamen tarian. The next meeting was announced for March 10 at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Nettie Howard, 205 4th N.E. B-O-E Best of Everything Brotherhood Dinner Is Sponsored ST. BARBARA CIRCLE CONDUCTS MEETING St. Barbara's Circle was entertained Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Arnold, 625 Connecticut S.E., with Mrs. J. L. Delaney as assisting hostess. Mrs. T. A. Ncttleton displayed cards and other items which the members will sell. Mrs. Claire Hildman presided and plans were discussed for serving a first Friday breakfast in April. After the business session, cards were played, prizes going to Mrs. Harold Colloton and Erma Gross. The March meeting will be with Mrs. Glen Ralph, 105 President Court. HELPALOT CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Helpalot Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Edwin Klang 1608 Carolina S.E., for a noon lunch, followed by a business ses sion. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Antone Frisch. The March meeting will be with Mrs. H. H. Coleman 312 6th N.W. LICENSES GRANTED TO COUPLES AT CRESCO CRESCO--Marriage licenses is sued at Cresco, Howard county VOWS SPOKEN--Miss Maxine Delore O'Rourke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clare O'Rourke, Floyd, and Robert James Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lynch. New Hampton, were married at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in' Charles City with the Rev. F. D. Heimerman officiating at the double ring ceremony and nuptial High Mass. Maid of .honor was Delorcs Gifford, and bridesmaid was Ruth Brunner. Bestinan was Donald Lynch, brother of the bridegroom. Flower girl was Karla Lee Arhart, and the ring bearer was Karl Arhart. Ushers were Harold O'Rourke, brother of. the bride, Pete Sinnwell and Paul Ritter. A reception was held at the Royal Neighbors of America hall in Floyd, following the ceremony. The couple will be at home at Charles City where the bride is employed at the Oliver Corporation. The bridegroom has just been discharged from the Navy. The bride was graduated from i- the Floyd High School. The . bridegroom was graduated from the St. Boniface High School of Ionia. Installation of officers for Juanita Camp 47(5'was conduclfd Wednesday evening in Hi-lj5 Clubrooms ay a staff from Clear Lake. Mrs. Dora Pramcr, deputy, acted "as installing officer, Mrs. F. B., Hart and Mrs. Mabel Roberts, ceremonial marshals, and Mrs. Ed Heitland, installing musician. Elective officers installed were: Oracle, Mrs. Hector Newman; vice oracle, Mrs. Alvin Bartholomew; past oracle, Mrs. Ida Johannscn; chancellor, Mrs. Sid Be mis; recorder, Mrs. E. W. Lilley; receiver, Mrs, Howard Haydon; marshals, Mrs. Galen; Bull arid Mrs. George Lyons; sentinels, Mrs. Robert Grant and Miss Ella Koebrick; flag bearer, Mrs. Willis Bemiss; musician, . Mrs. Glenn Wallace; manager, Mrs. Willis Bemiss. As the five gracesWere installed, they were given ribbon badges emblematic of their stations. They are Mrs. James Leake, Mrs. Leo Herzog, Mrs. George Holt, Mrs. Fritz Frid and Mrs.'Fred Duke. Mrs. Newman presented corsages to the installing staff. Mrs. Edwin Callanan of Clear Lake was a juest. Preceding the installation, a ;hort business session was held. Balloting on two candidates was conducted and the charter was draped in memory of the past supreme oracle, Grace McCurdy, with Mrs. Newman, Mrs. Bernis, Mrs. Bull and Mrs. Lyons taking part. Mrs. Wallace was soloist. It was voted to donate to the Cancer Society. Mrs. Pramer spoke briefly and said that each camp is asked to contribute to a memorial fund for Mrs. McCurdy. On the refreshments committee were Mrs. Lilley, Mrs. Johanscn, Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Be miss. --o-LUNCHEON IS HELD BY AMVET AUXILIARY Thornton Amvet Auxiliary members entertained their husbands at a covered dish luncheon at the Legion Hall and a cherry tree was the table centerpiece. A bake sale was planned for March 6 from 1 to 5. went to Merlin Heimerdinger, 23, Lawler, and Doris Bronner," 19, Lime Springs; Donald L. Hiveley, i- 27, St. Paul, Minn., and Beverly , J. Grisell, 25, of Stillwater, Minn. PHONE 22 Between 7 and 8 A. M. AND ASK FOR f Special One Day Service For SHIRTS and DRY CLEANING Ideal American LAUNDRY and CLEANERS as seen in LUND'BERGS Slim column of a coat . . . stitched with precision and buttoned only once. The graceful lines' . . . t h e perfect tailoring . . . all mark it as a Sycamore . . . all tell you when you wear it you look and feel your very best. Finely textured virgin wool Belaire in colors fresh as an early morning mist . . . Sizes 10 to 18. 59.50 USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN OR BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE Installation of RNA Officers Is Conducted MRS. NEWMAN BITS ABOUT'EM Mrs. Lee Usher and son, Scott of Dry Ridge, Ky., have arrived for a visit at the home of Mrs. Usher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Shaffer, 850 1st N.W. --o-JUANITA HABERKORN, JOHN BUNN TO WED CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haberkorn announce the engagement o f their d a u g h t e r , Juanita, and Al/c John B. Bunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bunn, rural, Charles City. No date has been set for the wedding. EVERYTHING IN Genuine Buckskin · Jackets · Shirts · Vests · Gloves · Moccasins · Specialities A1! Reasonably Priced Marshall Swift FURS Across From The PosfoHice WHAT'S HER LINE? A Housewife of course! She's also homemaker, mother and wife--master of her domain--the kitchen. Does she have it easy? Is her kitchen attractive and convenient? Does she struggle with cupboard doors or lack sufficient storage space? Ask her about... Kitchen Every woman knows Whether building her new kitchen or remodeling her old beauty and utility are the tip-top musts in modem kitchen planning. JFA Custom Cabinets have these features plus many more. Extra efficient arid economical, JFA Custom Cabinets will fit any kitchen space. 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