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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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Au0. 25, 1957 Maun citr nint».n»*iii, MH.B city. i», I'halo by Ixiek WED AT METHODIST C H U R C H -- M r . nnd Mrs. K A. Thrums, Route 1, Muson City,'announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Elaine, to Cpl. Henry Paul Brcdenncck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Brcdenbeck of North Bergen, N, J., performed Sunday nt the First Methodist Church with Dr. Uoyii*-- Gustafson o f f i c i a t i n g in a double fj v{ ,. ticr W cclding cake was lopped ring ceremony. Baskets of gladioli and roses and candelabra with white tapers decorated the church, Miss Phyllis Ann Thrnms, sister of the bride, played the traditional wedding marches and "The Lord's Prayer," "Salut ITAmour," "Oh Promise Me," "I'll Walk Beside You," "No Other Love" , and "Liebslraiim," and accompanied Mrs. Henry C. Pendergraft who sang "I Love You Truly" and "lie- cause." · ; · ; The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a chapel length dress of nylon net with lace bodice arid' collar. Her pearl necklace was a gift of tho bridegroom and she hod a fingertip veil of silk illusion net edged with Chantilly Incc and hcid with a tiara of tiny white seed pearls. She carried a white Rainbow Bible with white roses and forget- me-nots with white streamers. Mrs. J. T h u r m a n Floyd of Knoxville, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, wearing a pink lace nnd net over lattcla gown and carrying a colonial bouquet of pink roses nnd p i n k ' a n d while carnations. J. Thurnum Floyd, brother- in-law of the bride, was heslman. Miss M n r c i a Marie H u n t , niece of the bride, was flower girl. She wore n white .satin floor length dress and carried a basket of rose petals. She had a wrist corsage of pink roses nnd pink carnations. Jack Hunt, brother-in-law of the bride, and Charles H. T h r n m s , cousin of the bride, served as ushers. Luwarren Luick assisted. Jack Hunt lighted the candles. The bride's mother wore a copcn blue lace dress \vilh a navy and white hat and navy blue and white accessories. Her corsage wns of gladioli and roses. A reception in the chapel for 125 guests followed the ceremony. A wilh n white wedding bell and orange blossoms. P i n k rose buds centered the table. Mrs. Willard D. Thrains and Mrs. AVII ma Ward poured nnd Mrs. Jack H u n t , sister ·)f Ihe bride, cut Die cnke. Mrs. G. W . ^ C a d y , Mrs. G. G. Wcida, Mrs. . G. B l u h r n , Mrs. A r t h u r Parker Mrs. 3!azel Hudson, Mrs. Oliver Repp, Mrs. C. n. Kllnotob and Mrs. V. Kirlin and Jcnn duly as- sisled with tho serving, Miss Phyllis A n n Thram;; played piano selections during the reception. Mrs. Ada Ward and daughter, Dorothy, were in charge of gifts. Mrs. Harold Carney was, in charge of Iho guest book. The bride has been employed as teller al Ihe First N a t i o n a l B a n k of Los Angeles for the past f i v e fi and makes her boinc in Los 'J)ecofi TIPS] By "Fran" K e l l u m DON'T ISOLATE GROUPS When p l a n n i n g I he f u r n i t u r e grouping in your living room, one t h i n g to keep in mind is that no single group should be isolated from the oilier groups. This is done in holel lobbys and public parlors because p r i v a c y is desired . . . but it is never permissible in tho living area of the home. Angeles, Calif. She was graduated from Mason City High School and from Electronics, Radio and Television School In O m a h n , Neb. The bridegroom attendee) school in North Bergen,' N.J., ami is serving In the U.S. M a r i n e Corps., stationed al C n m p Lcjeune, N.C. After a wedding trip to various pa in Is In the East, including tho bridegroom's home in Ne,w Jersey, they \vlll make t h e i r h o m o In Jacksonville, N.C., whero Ibo bridegroom is stationed in Iho Marines. For go- Ing a w a y she wore a navy blue suit wilh n a v y and white accessories. Out-of-town guests wore Mrs. Sophie Schocnfclcl, Kdgeiion, Wls.; Mrs. Stella Ilaiuicrs, Madison, Wis.; Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Sherman, Sandwich, II!.; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bauer, bearing; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bauer, W i l l i a m s ; ; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pulton, M n r y Louise and Lylc, M a r i o n ; Mr. ami Mrs. Will i a m C. Falcon, Waterloo; M r s . Mabel Bigger, M a n k a t o , M i n n . ; Miss Grace Jorgensen, M a n k a t o , Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Schultb- ers, O s u g c ; Luwarrcn Lrtick Thornton; Mr. and Mrs. Adalph Carstcn.s, B u r c h i n a l ; M r s . Lena Myers, Adel; Penelope Lane Arlington, V n . ; Mr. and Mrs. Rob crl Furleigh · ami daughter, Mary; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sears, Mrs Fred I l u b e r , Miss Ellen W h a r a n and Leoir Lincicum, all of Cleat Lake; Air. and Mrs. Thurman Floyd and Cynthia and Steven o Knoxville. Prcmtptial parties included .-. dinner parly for the bridal party at the · Thrnms home. A miscel laneous shower given by Mrs. Jack Hunt and a miscellaneous showei given by the Lake Township Oweso Club at the home of Mrs. Gem Nagcl. -- o-Ruga is Ihe n a m e Riven to the wrinkle that appears on the human brow. WOMEN RELATE THEM TO EACH OTHER Place chairs where occupants may engage in conversation with two groups . . . act as a connective. All groups must be n definite part of the room as a whole. Don't overlook the distinctive grouping arrangements offered by a two- piece davenport . . . or the advantages of two love seats as compared with one davenport. May we remind you again that our welcome mat is always out! So do come in soon and let us show you our co-ordinated groupings . . . many interchangeable .. . . for living room, bedroom, and .dining room. We're sure you'll find just what'you're looking for. Kellum Home Interiors First S. E. Phon* 1391 "IT COSTS NO 31ORE TO BE COKtfECT" . N. Patricia Hale, JosepkWorden Speak Vows Miss Patricia Ann Halo, daugh- .er of Dr. II. K, Hale, 2\A First ^J,\V., became the briiio of Joseph 3. Worden, nephew of Mr. uml U r s . ,J. Hcber Coyne of Highland' 'ark, Mich., at a ceremony pcr- ormc^l at'.St. Joseph's Church by ho bride's uncle, the /lev. Stanley lale, pastor of St.. M a r y ' s Church at Worlhinglon. In the sanctuary vas another uncle of the bride, the U. Hev. Msgr. Joseph F. Hale of Wiiuifia, Minn., the (U, Uev. M.sgr. '.'. F. Ma lone, pastor of St. Joseph; he III. Rev. Msgr. Arthur J. Irocn, pastor of Holy F a m i l y ; the lev. P a u l M c G u l r e of ^~+Dougharty and the Rev. M a u r i c e M u l l a n of Forest City. While, gladioli decorated (he al- ar and the bridal procession came iovvn' a white carpeted aisle, narked with while .satin roping, fhe bride was given in m r t r r i a g o y nor f a t h e r ;tml her maid of ionor was her sister. Miss M a r y J a n e Hale. Bridesmaids were Miss atricia Smilh and Miss Suxanna llckingar, Mis.s Marion Derrick of Now York, Miss f'ntriciii l i n g n n of Chicago, Miss ,loiin Ford of G r a f .on and Miss Marion Charles of Dearborn, Mich. Richard N. Harper of Detroit, Mich., was bcstman and ushers were Jerry M e a l y , Terry Mealy, Mark Devinc of Detroit, J a m e s ISr- win of Detroit, H i c h a r d Sullivan of Madelin, M i n n . , John Knot of Chicago, Chester Patrick of Cuyhoga Falls, Ohio, and John KussclL of White Cloud, Mich. The bride was atlired in an Alberta Wciland custom-made gown of while nylon net with a double nylon net skirt over silk taffeta with a chapel t r a i n and h a v i n g long shirred nylon sleeves and an inverted triangle neckline trimmed with tiny pearls. Her circular veil of Imported silk Illusion was held by n crown of s m a l l pearls and she carried a white pniycrbook with a shower of white roses and slcph- anotis. The b r I d n 1 alleminiils were gowned a l i k e in nylon not over t a f - fctn, ballerina length with imported Chanlilly lace bodices ruffled wllh p e t a l luce and nylon stoles. Thoy had net halo ha Is with shoul- :lcr-lcnglh veils and carried arm :)ouf[iicts of long slemmcd roses. The maid of honor was in s h r i m p colored not with « m a t c h i n g net cloche. Miss Derrick and Miss Chnrlcs wore ice green, Miss Ford nnd S m i t h , ice pink and Miss Hogan and Miss Flickinger, maize. Mrs. Coyne, a u n t of the bridegroom, wore dusly rose with navy accessories. The wedding marches wure played by Sister Elcnora, and T. J Ralph sang Die nuptial mass. Pan. Hoot of Ann Arbor, Mich., uncle ol the bride, sang "Ave Maria" am "On T h i s Day, 0 Beautiful Mother." A breakfast n t ' U i e Holy Family A u d i t o r i u m followed the ceremony A s s i s t i n g wore Mrs. George Kclsh. Mrs. Robert K v a n s , Mrs. Lconan Frank, Mrs. Clydo Lnntz, Mrs George- Platts and Mrs. Paul Cola. Pink and yellow roses''decorated Ihe tables and .summer flowers were used throughout the rooms. The 3-licr wedding cake was {ice- orated with roses and topped with a cluster of roses. Open house was held at the Hale home later. Mrs. Ethel Hotchkiss acted as assisting hostess. For going away, the bride chose a cocoa colored knit suit with light blue accessories. A f t e r a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Scbc- waing, lUich., where the bridegroom is an instructor in Sebo- Get A Head Start to Beauty With Our Back to School SEA FOAM COLD WAVE MRS. JOSEPH F. WORDEN Plioto ly Kirk w a i n g High School. He is a graduate of Catholic Central High School in Detroit and of Michigan Slate N o r m a l College and a member of P i G a m m a M u f r a t e r n i t y . Tho bride was g r a d u a t e d from St. Joseph's High School, attended Clarke College at .Uubuquc nnd Ihe University of Michigan. She is a member, of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. Out of town guests at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. J. Helper Coyne of Highland P a r k , Mich., Mrs. Robert 13. Tucker, Norbcrt Wordon, M a r k Devinc. J a m e s McCoy, James ISrwin, Richard Harper, J a m e s Mooney, John and Patricia, Mis.s Patricia Lcnnon, all of Deli-oil; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh dine of St. Thomas, O n t a r i o , C a n a d a ; Marion Charles of Dearborn, Midi., Miss Joan ford, G r a f t o n ; Miss M a r i o n Derrick, New York; Mis.s Barbara Bacholzky, .Miss Kit:y IJachoJ/.ky, M r s . M a m i e Dee Rool, grandmother of the bride, Paul Root, all of Ann Arbor, Mich.; "'hosier Patrick, Cuyhoga Falls, Ohio; John .Russell, W h i t e Cloud, M i c h . ; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sullivan and R i c h a r d Sullivan, M r s . W. E. Quinn and J o h n , Michael and ,'homas, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hale, Mrs. Charles Doyle, all of Madelia, M i m i . Tho HI. Kev. Msgr. Joseph F. Hale of Winona, Minn., the Rev. J. S t a n l e y Hale of Wurtm'uglon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borowski of F a i r m o n t , M i n n . ; - D r . and Mrs. Josep!) Schacfer, Mary Pat Schncfcr, Daniel Schacfcr, David Schacfer, all of Owalonna, Minn.; Mrs. L o w e l l l l a r l , Davenport; the Rev. Maurice M u l l a n of Forest City, Mrs. J. Fitzgerald of Rockwell, Mr. anil M r s . Thomas Sol- berg. Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs harlcs Kern, DCS Moines. Guests from Dougherty were th ilcv. Paul McGuirc, Mr. and Mrs Waller M u r p h y , Mr. and Mrs. Fre Ginapp, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Do an, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ewen Mr.ami Mrs. Francis Murphy, Mr and Mrs. Ted Uloom and Emily Vlr. and Mrs. Dan Hogan, Mr. an Mrs. Robert E. Murphy, Mrs. Jus in Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Chri Adams, Mrs. Bernard Marzcn, Mrs co Marzen, Mr. and Mrs. Clam Ewcn, Mary Burke, Mr. and Mrs Jlark Dogherty and 'L'. C. Ryan '·Mrs. Lawrence Flarily t of Charlc City, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Root John and Eleanor, and Pa : Iogan of Chicago, Miss Eller Staudt of Marble Rock and Mrs Keith Young : of Titonka wer guesls. ' Prenuplial entertaining include parties given by the Alpha Orm :ron Pi sorority and the girls o :he Newman Club at Ann Arbor, . inen shower at Club 18, given b; Mrs. Leonard Frank, Mrs. Pan Cota, Mrs. Clyde Lantz and Mrs Robert Evans, a shower given b; Miss Patricia Smith and a bridg party by Flickinger. Th bridal dinner for Ihe wedding pat ty and relatives was given at th bride's home. --o-Vatican City is the smallest Slide pendent slate in Ihe world'. Cerro Gordo Temperance Meeting Set Women's Christian Temperance Jn'ton of Cerro G'orclo County will o!d its animal convention Wednesday in the First Presbyterian Church, convening at 10 a, m., with potluck ilinncr at noon, according o Mrs. W. H. Davidson, county rcsidenl. Miss Betty Russell, county publicity c h a i r m a n , states that the Rev. 'lair Hicks will be the guest speaker and there will be special music. Miss Russell quotes Dr. Ilobert £. Goodrich in the Union Signal 'Today we stand within plain sight o£ the tragedies wrought by the iquor traffic, the threat to the na lion and its homes, the cost in hu man life and health and happiness This is tragedy enough. But there is a deeper tragedy, the fact thai 50 many are indifferent to it all "The alcohol problem is a relig ious issue and it belongs in the pul pit. It is a religious issue, at least Christian issue, for Christianity is concerned with persons, it cares about the individual. "Is it nothing to you that the very integrity of America is at stake, the nation is in danger? Is it nothing to you that every boy in America, lC-17 or 18 years of age may now go into a period of military training which will put him into an environment which is traditionally favorable toward teaching the boy to drink? " A t . t h e beginning of World War II the IT. S. Brewers Foundation said that the war situation and boys in camps gave them an opportunity to get a million new customers. "The bill H. R. G492 is to reduce taxes on distilled spirits from $10.50 to $6 a gallon. If taken o f f , it will be paid by you. They are escaping a large share of their corporation lax by elaborate and expensive advertising which they arc allowed to charge off as a necessary business expense." _o--. Buffet Supper For Fred Woods Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Davidson entertained at a buffet supper Sunday at their home, 908 2nd S. W., honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wood who arc leaving soon for Greenville, Pa., where Mr. Wood has accepted a position as hospital superintendent. Guests were m e m - bers of the Park Hospital Staff with whom Mr. Wood has been associated in Mason City. A farewell gift was presented to him from them. 17 Sea Cap Cut, 85p · Other Lajames Waves · $5 - 6.75 - 7.50 - 8.75 -10.00 - 12.50 · NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY · NO WAITING · HOURS: 9:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. Monday Through Saturday LaJames College of Beauty Culture Where Your Permanent Curl Is Guaranteed 24 2nd St. N. E. Phon . ,74 FALL FASHION NEWS Fall-flavored plaid, with soft shirt top, easy gored skirt. Gaicy and Lord gingham in all new fail tones H.9S TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE E N G A G E M E N T ANNOUNCED--Dr. and Mrs. John F. Le Cocq of Seattle, Wash.? announce the engagement of Ihcir second daughter, Jane Frances, to Arthur Sheridan Langlie, son of Governor and Mrs. Arthur B. Langlie. Miss Le Cocq is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Barbour, 933 Van Bur-* '" , an N.W. Her mother is the former Florence Barbour who was graduated from the Mason City High School in 1921, and the University of Iowa in 1926. The bride-elect is a junior at the University of Washington where she is a member of G a m m a Phi Beta sorority. Mr. Langlie w a s graduated from Princeton University in June. The Le Cocq f a m i l y home is in Seattle, where Dr. Le Cocq is an orthopedic surgeon and a member of the faculty of the University of Washington Medical School. There are two other daughters, Mrs. Don- akl W. Reichert, living in Spokane, and Barbara, who was graduated from Helen Bush School this year and will enter the University of Washington in October. A daugh-| ter, Raylcne Rulh, was born Aug. M to Mr. and Mrs. Reichert. Guest Luncheon Is Scheduled Mason City Country Club will have a guest luncheon and bridge Tuesday at the Club, with luncheon at 1 o'clock. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. R. J. Edsvards, Mrs. Ray Whorley and Mrs. W. H. Raymer. This will be the next to the last bridge luncheon on the club schedule, the final one being planned for Sept. 9. --o-Betty Bur ley · Awarded Degree Miss Betty Burlcy was one of 371 students at Colorado State College, Grcelcy, Colo., who received a. Masters Degree at the close of the summer session. Miss Burley's degree is in secondary education. She is a tenehcr of 7lh grade English at Monroe Junior High and has arrived in Mason City after a summer in Grceley. Sam-Flush "1 J C L E A N S LIKE ITSfiWRIN AT VS BEST.. . Safe with all septic tank systems Get Pleasantly Perfumed SANI-FLUSH at BOOMHOWER HARDWARE EVERY AUGUST VALUE Savings greater than for years! We guarantee these savings NOW! We cannot guarantee similar savings on such fine quality later! Act now! Space your payments if you wish! Dyed Chekiang Caracul Lamb . Examples of Our Great August Values Natural Sheared Beaver . . . . . . Natural Grey Kidskin Black Dyed Persian Lamb AIR COOLED SHOW ROOM Dyed Muskrat Tropical Seals Natural Tax Included " LAY AWAY PLAN ACROSS FROM POSTOFFICE

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