The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1954 · Page 15
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February 25, 1954

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

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2 Students Are Married at Cornell "- Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Patricia Rae Learn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs C. W. Learn of Oak Park, 111., and Donald Lavcrne Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cunningham, 440 28th S.W., performed In the Methodist Church at Mount Vcrnon. They are living at Mount Vernon where the bride has been attending Cornell College and where the .bridegroom will receive his bachelor of arts degree in June The Rev. Mcrton B. Green officiated at. .the double ring ceremony and Richard Cross of Faribault, Minn., sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given In marriage by her f n l h c r and wore white satin and Chantilly lace. Her fingertip veil was held by a lace, trimmed tiara and she carried a shower of white orchids and lilies of the valley. Miss Barbara Learn, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Miss Barbara Libbey of New York City, and Miss Doris Cunningham, sister of the bridegroom, \vere bridesmaids. They were gowned in satin and net formals with boleros and carried colonial bouquets of peppermint carnations with matching flower headbands. Richard McKeen of Mount Vernon was bestman. Ushers were Richard King of Macomb, 111., and Ronald Brown of Des Plaines, III. A reception for 100 was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. Phyllis Drom played violin selections. --o-Always rinse your egg beater under cold water right after you use it. New hope for single women Marcia was 29, stuck in a small town and afraid of remaining single. Then oo« day sl»c held her baby nephew in her arms and cam* to a quiet decision. Six months later, ^he had found a new personality and was happily married! Yoa'll enjoy the thrilling report of th« work done in tbe Marriage Readincsa Course initiated by Dr. Paul Popeooe. Don't miea "How to be Marriageable" in the March Ladies' Home Journal, On newsstands now. TO HAVE G O L D E N W E D D l N G - M r . and Mrs. Ben Wcisman of Minneapolis, formerly of Marble Rock, will celebrate their golden wedding Sunday. They p l a n open house from 2 to 5 p. m. that day at their home at 722 N. Irving Avenue, in Minneapolis. The Weismans were ~ .-* married at New Hampton, Feb. 28, 19Q1 Thev m "vcd to Marble Rock aml lived there until 10 years ago wncn thev w e n t to Minneapolis. They have five children, Mrs. C 'I , ,k 1 LJUD !,- LJ~U IS Held , . Mason City Toastmistrcss Club ~.° rma " ( B c s s Cohc " of Mason Clty ' Mrs ' I r v J n (Mildred D met at the Cerro Gordo Hotel ~. Clty ', M , rs ', I r v J n « (Mildred) Dia with Miss Dorothy Dunn as toast- m ° nd of *" rt1 ? od S c . Mrs - J a t k mistress (Horcnce) Rockun of Minneapolis, Harvey of Marshalltown and Jerry of Pasadena. There are 12 grandchildren and two great grandchil- Miss Dorothy Burch and M r s . Vcrn Gunderson gave prepared speeches. Mrs. Henry Hvattum was topic mistress. Mrs. W. F. Isaacson, Miss Letha Scott, Mis;; Marie Schalckamp and Mrs. Paul Clifford gave talks. Miss Letha Scott presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Walter Barrows and Mrs. Craig Tenncy were inducted as new members. Mrs. F. C. Lovell reported visiting other clubs and tho International Toastmistress office while in California. The local yearly speech contest was announced for March 23. Miss Vera Finley was general evaluator, , Miss Kathryn Davis, lexicologist, Mrs. Helen Mitchell, timekeeper. Mrs. W. F. Isaacson gave the jewel and Mrs. Helen Simpson, the invocation. Miss Sally Abbott was a guest. --o-- 54th Anniversary Observance Held JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Evans observed their 54th wedding anniversary Sunday. Relatives who called at their home included their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Lake of Ames; their sons, Homer of Joice and Donald of Charles City and their families; and their son ,and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Evans. They have another, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Evans at Boulder, Colo., and five grandchildren. Use water left over from cooking vegetables for thinning condensed soups. drcn. KAY TOWNSEND TO BE M A R R I E D CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Townsend announce the engagement of their daughter, Kay, and W a y n e Gifford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gifford, all of Charles City. No date has been set for the wedding. When you have finished cutting onions, rub the cut end of a celery stalk on your hands to remove the onion odor. -o-- New Name Is Reported at Meeting Since the adoption of its new constitution, the Central Lutheran Guild will be known as "Women of the Church." it was announced at a meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Central Lutheran Church social hall. Plans were made for the week of prayer March 8 to 12 with "The Living One" as the theme. There will be a meeting every morning at 9 o'clock. The World Day o: Prayer was announced for March 5, sponsored by the United Church Women. Mrs. Alfred Nielson led devo tions and had charge of the lesson on Lutheran missions in southeast Asia. She was assisted by Mrs. J B. O'Fallon and Mrs. L. J. Nor'ris It was brought out that New Guinea is one of the world's largest Lutheran mission fields and that the Batak Church in Sumatra is also a large Lutheran church Malaya is a new field with many people to be reached and Chris tianized, according to the speak ers. Mrs. 0. C. Sorlien Introduced the high school quartet composed o) Sandra Fait, Janice Bisbee, Lo rctta Spurgeon and Carol Tait in three numbers, "Nightwind," "The Bells of St. Mary" and "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise." --o-- S T . J O S E P H A S P I R I N FOR CHILQREJL . 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Carlson and Mrs. H. Quandahl as hostesses. The Lord's Prayer was prayed in unison following the missionary benediction. --o-- 50fh Anniversary Is Celebrated DOUGHERTY -- M r . and Mrs. Chris Adams of Dougherty observed their golden wedding anniversary at their home in Dougherty. Married in Clarion 50 years ago, they lived in the Woolstock area approximately five years. They moved to Vlasaty, Minn., where Mr. Adams operated a general store and a grain elevator. Several years later, they moved to Cerro Gordo County and for the yast 35 years have resided in Dougherty. Mr. Adams was manager of the grain elevator in Dougherty for many years and before bis retirement in 1943, he managed the Carters ville elevator, He was mayor of Dougherty for 10 years and served as town marshal five years. A nephew, H. C. Gardcwine, manager of the CarlersvHle elevator, made his home with Mr. and Mrs. Adams before his marriage. A daughter, Mrs. Larry Flaherty Jives in Charles City. They have three grandchildren. Mr. Adams is an honorary member of the Mason City Council of the Knights of Columbus. By BILL OLESON SELECTED STONE . . . »dd« to much to the ippe»r»nce of t h l » btiutltul home. Located In the Forest r » r k school d i s t r i c t . The m a i i l r e U v l n i room (»ce» weit »d- m l t f l n r p l e n t y ol l l f h t t h r o u r h thermo- pine wlndowi. A t t r a c t i v e kitchen, tinted b « t h f i x t u r e s . A l U c h e d r*ra(e. 814,300. P H O T O LISTINGS MARITAL MORATORIUM IN EFFECT AT GARNER GARNER--The past week is the second consecutive week that no marriage license was issued at the clerk's office here. The last marriage license issued was issued Feb. 4. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES CHARLES CITY--District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Tuesday issued marriage licenses to Jack Donald Barker, 21, Aurora, Miss., and Rebecca LeRay Strong, 20, Waterloo, and Robert J. 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