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August 22, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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Mrs. Dec/rer ' · ( · · , ^i ' '· · · ' ' ' ' ; in Amaranth :Mrs..S. M. Decker of Alhambra Calif.'j.formerly oi Mason City, has been elected president of the Conductresses., and Associate Conductresses oMhe Order of the Amaranth of Southern California. Mrs.; Decker will have 45 Amaranth Courts under her jurisdiction. Therc;;are two presidents in California j one · in'' the north with 24 courts and Mrs. Decker in the south with 45. . Mrs. Decker is also president of the Mason City picnic in California and active in lodge and church work". _ . , Mr. Decker, who will be 83 Sept. 22, has been with Beef Karges, another former Mason Cityan,' at Seven Oaks, Calif., cooking for the Ocnks Lake YMCA Camp of 125 boys. His grandson, Ralph Decker, }vho has' been visiting in California this summer, spent some time with him at camp as. well as in Alham bra. ' t "... , --0~ , RNA SOCIAL CIRCLE HAS CARD PARTY . ·; RNA Social Circle sponsored a public card party Thursday in the Hi-12 Clubrooms. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. 'Paul A. Lonergan and Mrs. Paul D. Gustafson and 500 prizes' to Mrs. Fred Duke and Mrs. R. R'. Sutton. Mrs. Albert Les ter was hostess. RADIO SERVICE ICK uf otuvea 819 SO.FEOERAL. TEL. SO. 4 Elmer W: Holms Plan Anniversary ,· Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W.; Holm will hold open house at their,home, 654 East State, Saturday from 2 -o 4 p. m., for family and friends, n observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. ' ' The anniversary date was* Aug. 20, but the open house will be Aug. Guests from out of town will be Mr. and Mrs. C. W.,Holm, Mrs. ?red Shirirock, Janice Shinrock, iris Mae Shinrock", and Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Ingenthron and Linda; all o f ' O m a h a , Neb., Mr. and, Mrs. L, B. Palmer of'Topeka, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Belsen of Dexter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul-Spennrath and Kathleen of DCS Moines, and agents of State Farm Insurance Company's district 56 of which Mr. Holm is district manager. ' --o-- · Vinita Ohmacht Weds F. Church CRESCO--The Little B r o w n Church near Nashua, was the scene of the marriage of Miss Vinita Ohmacht, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. August L.' W. Ohmacht, and Frank Church, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Church, all of Cresco. The Rev F, L. Hanscom officiated at the single ring wedding ceremony.- The couple's attendants were Mr, and Mrs. James Probert ol Fnrmersburg. · . Following a wedding trip to northern Minnesota and Canada the couple will be at home in Cresco. The bride is employed as secretary by the law firm of El wood, Lyons and Elwood. The bridegroom owns and operates the Radio and Television shop in Cresco. Last Times Today and Tomorrow.' 29th Annual Championship RODEO Afternoons at 1:3O; Nites at 8:OO AUG. 23 Friday and Saturday-Grand Finals and Championship Awards Saturday SIDNEY, IOWA Moosekeart Program., Held i 11 ,' ',') '" AVomc'n of the 'Moose met Thursday evening.in Moose" Halt to' observe Mooseheart Alumnae chap- er night, Mrs. Harold Rockwell, ienior regent, presiding. Mrs. C. B. Snyder was program and refreshments chairman, as- istcd by Mrs. Tina Tyler, Mrs, r ohn Nalan, Mrs. Gladys Bisbce, ·wd Mrs. George Van Note. ' Mrs. Snyder introduced Jerry ackson who whistled "If You Were the Only-Girl" and whistled and sang, "Galway Boy." Two candidates were initiated and Mrs. Mae Groth received the attendance prize. A report was thude on Star Recorder day to be held Sept. 28. The bowling team captain and officers will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bayard Sig in. Chairmen will meet Sept. L at 7:30 p.m. Ritual and chairmen's practice.is set for Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Publicity, ritual, child care and :raining, hospital guild and mem- sership chairmen will, report at the next meeting Sept. 4. --o-Patricia Dorsey ' Becomes Bride HAMPTON--Miss Patricia T)or- sey, daughter o f ' M r s . Grace Dorsey, and Jerome H. Slebiska, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome B. Slc- biska, Grinnell, were married at the H a m p t o n ; Methodist .Church by the Rev. H. H. Winlormeycr pastor of the Evangelical and Reformed Church at Latinier. The bride was given in marriage by. her mother. Attendants were Miss Dorothy Schlomer, cousin ol the bride, Dixie Dorsey, sister ol the bride, and Gery Slebiska, sister of the bridegroom. James Webb, Grinncll, was bcstman, am! ushers were John Dorsey, brother of the bride, James Reagan anc Carol McCain, Grinnell, and Frank Eisele, Evansville, Ind. The bride is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College and has taught in Grinnell. The bridegroom is a senior . at the University ol Iowa, majoring in industrial relations. SUMMER SALADS R«cipe» on fiery Package AUGUST SALE A! FIRST-GRADER -- Navy wool '·· flannel jumper trimmed with red and While embroidery, worn with a blouse-petticoat. Pet style of the colored- chalk crowd. · PIGTAIL SET --This smart j u m p e r ' h n s n two- piece look, with, navy flnnncl lop and green plaid pleated'skirt. White cotton blouse and silver button trim. . 19-21 1st Streets. E. Mason City DAVIDSONS I O W A S LARGEST HOME FURNISHERS NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED POPULAR KROEHLER ACCENT CHAIRS FREE DELIVERY in Iowa and Southern Minnesota MOHAIR FRIEZE Extra large chairs' on casters. Choice of most wanted colors. Good seating for TV, versatile in many arrangements, individually or in pairs. Regularly 49.50 Sale Priced Louise Boeh me r, M. 'Conry Marry ALTA VISTA-In a double ring ceremony Thursday morning, Miss Louise Boehmciy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boehmer o[ Alia Vista, became the'bride of Maurice W. Conry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice P, Conry.'The Rev. E, F. Becker performed the service and read the'nuptial higli mass in St. Bernard Catholic Church. St. Willam High School choir sang. The bride was escorted: to the altar by her father and Wally Joe Bochrner, brother of the bride,, unrolled the white carpet. Maid of honpr was Jeanne LOGS, and bridesmaids were Lola Kolbct, Betty Dehncr, Cloie Conry. Two cousins of the bride, Margie Bochmcr and Shirley Cunnings, were flower girls and Nicholas Strand, nephew o£ the bridegroom, was ring bearer. Eddie Breitbach of New Hampton was bcstman and ushers were Norbcrt K r a m e r , Joe Rocthler, Konnld Hoffman, Gerald Arndt of '.harlcs City, J i m m y Yearling of Waterloo. The service was followed by a awn breakfast at the home of the iridc's parents. Dinner was served o 10f guests and in the evening a lawn supper was served to 150 ;ucsts. They were honored at a vedriing dance and .shower in Municipal Hall, Alta Vista, Thursday night. After a week's trip to Minnesota, they will be at home in New Hampton. The bride is a graduate of St. William High School, and the iridegroom is employed at New Hampton. --o-Campbeli-Hanson Wedding Is Held CORWITIT--C. Wayne Campbell son of Mr. and Mrs. George C a m p }ell of Corwith, and Virginia Louif Hanson of Rock Rapids, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs, S. M, Skidmore were married at the Little Brown Church near Nashua, with the Rev F'. L. Hanscom officiating, in a single ring ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Kraft of K a n a w h a . The bride is a g r a d u a t e of the Rock Rapids High School and employed at the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Rock Rapids. The bridegroom, a graduate o [fie Corwith High School, spcn two years in the A r m y , flVa month: in Korea. Since his discharge he has been manager and technician for the Lyon Breeders Co-Op in Rock Rapids. After a wedding trip to Minne sola and Wisconsin, they will be a home in Rock Rapids. BUY NOW FOR FUTURE NEEDS . . . BUY NOW No Money Down Convenient** Payments Now perfumed , with a mild fresh fragrance Smi-Fhsh the toilet bowl cleaner Get Pleasantly Perfumed SANI-FLUSH BOOMHOWER HARDWARE Jacket hit Is New Line of Fail -Suit! The really now suit this fall looks ntirely different. The difference es in the fit of the jacket. In- .cad of the scooped-out waistline nd carved hiplihe, the 1052 suit ackct is shaped like; a ' b o x jacket' curves. It can be described, oo, as semi-fitted. This new silhouette overrides uch things as fancy lapels or lahcy ockcls, for in fact,-·suits have a cry simple air. Fancy fabrics, ubtly 'colored tweeds that «rc soft, Iso make up for the absence of aiiorcd details. ' The winter suit is a newcomer his year, recognized by its shaggy r thick-coating jacket ,wilh skirt f like or lighter woolen.' Camel takes.over as a classic, ccording to Women's Wear Daily, 'his is riot only a fabric, it's a olor. Pale' beige tweeds, camel olorcd camel hair, champagne lahardines arc the new classic col- r. This represents an effort to hangc the emphasis in classic vartlrobc pieces, though' it doesn't uttlatc gray flannels which are ust as strong as ever. Skirts take on many varieties of ilcats--mushroom pleats, cartridge ileats, accordion pleats, grouped n side-pane! pleats, pleats which orin patterns in skirts by changing .ircctions. In velvets there arc rushed crinkle pleats or patterned ish-scalc pleats. There are m a n y more novelties n knits: Sweaters wilh novelty .etailing which makes them look ike blouses. More knit dresses with extured t r i m m i n g for texture plus interest. Blouses look like sweater's,' and sweaters look like !ouses. Biggest single development in the millinery industry for f a l l , 1052, s the hat with greater substance one is the little fiat shell and pillbox that barely could be dis inguishcd on the lop of the head, nslcad, spotlight is on the deep, lair-covering t u r b a n , fc/, and par ictilarly the ciochc. There are as many variations on these silhou ettcs, finds Women's Wear Daily is there arc designers, but they lave one thing in common--all are softly draped, brims are curved or peaked for more flattering outline Texture has never been more mporlant. This season all the cm uhasis is on Airry, fuzzy, long lair felts, beavers and velours Colors arc vibrant. Rod is the top early favoroilc and is best liked in i true, bright scarlet. The green* ire new again, best in clear, mo dium tones like emerald, but newer when (here is a yellow undertone. The ginger brown tones are high- fashion Jeaclcrs. All black and al] white arc liked for evening, often jcyvcJcd. --o-M A R R I A G E LICENSES ISSUED AT DECORAK DECORAI! -- Marriage licenses have been issued to James Ball, 2'J, Omaha, Ncbr., and Maxine Hocke, 20, Rochester, Minn.; Durwin Sanderson, 28 and Marjorie Limbeck, 2-1, both of Dccorah; William Bothc, 21, Milwaukee, Wis., and Elsie Frclheim, 19, Ridgcway. --o-SEPT. 14 IS DATE SET FOR WEDDING FREDERICKSBURC--Announce- ment has- Been' made of the coming marriage, Sept. 14, of M a r t h a Brase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brase, Plainfield, and Robert Gricscrt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gricsert of Fredericksburg. Miss Wright Weds Donald Schreuder IIAMPTON--Miss Patricia Am Vrlght, daughter of Dr. and Mrs D. Wright, Hampton, and Don aid Schreuder, son of Mr, and Mrs acob Schreuder, Chnpin,- wcr narricd in SI. Patrick's "Crilliolli Icctory here by the Rev. A. A IcAvoy. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Cr'abb, llnmp on, were the attendants., A wed ling supper for immediate rcla ivcs nntl the 'bridal party wa crved after the ceremony in lh Zebra Room of the Spa Cafe. Mrs. Schretidei" is employed a ho First National B a n k of. Ifn on. Mr. Sehroudcr attended Ham Hon School ot Commer'cc, Maso Jity, and Is employed by the Cor 3cll Power and Electric Compan, 'n Hampton. · ! ' Grant Cub Scoufs Hold Pofluck Supper Puck L of. the Grant Cub.Scoulsi icld its last potluck supper 'of the iuminer season Thursday evening nt West Park. Cubmostcr Warren Oallon announced that the Scplcm- )cr meeting will bo held nt G r a n t School. The boys played baseball. SCHOOLS OPEN AUG. 75 FENTON--School will open here and at Seneca consolidated Monday, Aug. 25. V. J. Talum is su- perintendc,nt of Fenton School and Clifford Vincent is superintendent ot Seneca. Anniversary Observance Plans, Made Final plans for the observance f the. 30th anniversary Sept.' 14 ·ere nuide when the I m m a n u e l Yemen's Missionary Society met i the social room of the church 'hursdny afternoon, Mrs. A. E. Jodclt and Mrs. Fritz Frid, bos- esses. The program Iheme, "The Call o thy Church," was based on the lymn, "0 Zion Haste, Thy Mis- ion High Fulfilling," and Mrs. Uchnrd Rasmusscn was program :hnirmnti, Mrs. Axe! Anderson and Mrs, George Schriver have become life nombers of tho W.M.S., and cer- ICicatcs wore presented . to them it this meeting, The Rev, S, E. l etcrson, pastor, stated thai they arc now members in tho Missionary Society for life. Tho Mission- Dry ten fit the parsonage Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 was an- louncort by tho president, Mrs. S £. Peterson, Tho Society has gained 13 new members this year nntl 28 were ^resent at the meeting, --o-Couple Married at Spitlville SP1LLVILLE--The marriage b \larvelono Novotny, daughter o Mr. nnd Mrs. Rudolph Novotny o Spillvllle, and Hugh King, son o Mr. and Mrs. Victor King of Law 'cr, was performed by tho Rev. J t 1 . Chlhak nt the St, Wonccslaii! Church. Tho bride was given in mnrriag by her brother, 'Ernest Novotny Attendants \vcrq Sally King, Gcr alclino Boder, Mrs. George Burns Walter Vrzak, Morlyn Phillips nnd George Burns. Dale GaetUemnn ,vns ring bear'or, M. Berry flowo gli'l'. ' . A reception was held. at In. ABCH hall with dinner for 170 am supper for 200, , , After their, wedding trip they will reside- on Ihe bridegroom 1 farm near Lawlcr. EXHIBIT,AT FAIR ,GARNER--Groimun Brothers o Garner will exhibit seven Belgiai horses, two, draft, geldings, 'on Clydcsdnlo horse nnd 'two show horses nt the Town Stale Fair Aug 23 Id Sept, 1, according to entry lists recently released by Stat Fair officials. ASK RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE formerly, MID-CONTINENT A I R L I N E S now iti ,u fl . n, wi 7 »«on City Glthe-GaittU, Mam' CUy, la I N T E R N A T I O N A L ' A I R W A Y S for reservations anywhere inside U.S.A. or Latin America col! your travel agent or phone the Braniff office Phone 654 N E W L Y W E D S ! JOIN THE *500. CLUB NOW! By saving $3.20 each w««k you'd both have $500. plus...wilh which to celebrate your 3rd Anniversary · A genuine 4 leaf clover key ring will be given to the first two hundred members Call in person or wrile for foldzr UNITED HOME BANK TRUST CO. 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