The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 26, 1952 · Page 15
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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WOM Photo by Lock NUPTIAL VOWS EXCHANGED -- M i s s Marilyn Louise Hagcn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kon llagen, 25 12th S.E., became the bride o£ Calvin N. Gocders, of Maryvillc, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders, DCS Moines, at a ceremony performed in the Holy Family Church Aug. 24 at 4 p. m. The IU.* Uev. Msgr. Arthur J. Breen officiated. Baskets of while gladioli and white asters decorated t h c chancel. Mrs. Harold V. Quinley was matron of honor and Miss .loan Ollenburg, bridesmaid. John Wilch of Laurons acted as bestman and ushers were Hobcrt Gubser of Adcl and Harold Quinley. The bride's father gave m a r r i a g e suit and a and she wore her in white s m a l l blue velvet hat and carried a while Bible with while orchid. Mrs. Quinley was attired in an ·qua blue suit and Miss Ollenburg had a pink suit. Both wore Juliet caps of net to match their suits and carried colonial bouquets roses and blue daisies. \ sang "0 Perfect Love" by Barnby and "The Pledge" by Jennie Black Joanne Hagen, a sister of 1 the bride, who sang "Wedding Prayer" by Fern Dunlap. A reception in the YWCA Decker Room followed the ccrc,.iiony. Miss Alberta Mae Percy and Mrs. Dale Kruegcr poured and Mrs. Robert Goeders and Mrs. R. E. Thompson acted as hostesses. Suzanne Hagcn, sister of the bride, and M a r g a r e t Denker-wcrc in charge of gifts and M a r g a r e t Bloomfield, the guest book. Mrs. Clayton Wornson and Mrs. Floyd Kurt/, assisted in serving. M r s . E. I. Weiscth provided piano music at the reception. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. New Season Is Planned by League Start of a new season was planned by the League of Women Voters board at a meeting Monday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Dee Dibble, 1017 Third S.W., with Mrs. Bob Bliss, president, in charge. September events for the League will include the finiincc drive, slated for the t h i r d week in September with Mrs. Don Lambie and Mrs. Jim Brown in charge. Discussion groups will meet Sept. 16 with East and West groups holding a joint session in the morning. A membership tea is being arranged for Sept. UO. According to a t e n t a t i v e schedule, the League will h a v e an all member meeting Oct. 8 with discussion on the coming 'general election. November and December group meetings will be devoted to the national items: "Measures which contribute to work security with emphasis on international cco- loinic'advancement and m a x i m u m ise of the U.N.' and measures to improve the budgetary procedures of the Congress as basic to responsibility and economy in federal expenditures." Home rule which is the stale item and the council manager p l a n of government, the local item, arc up for discussion in the spring. Mrs. Bliss conducted the meeting and announced the slate workshop to be held in Iowa City Oct. .1. The next board meeting was announced for Sept. 15, rather than Sept. 8. Anne DeGroot Is Bride of H. Means at Sheffield of p i n k i D . Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. The bride's mother wore a navy blue dress and a corsage of pink roses and pink gladioli and the bridegroom's mother had a navy blue dress and a corsage of white roses and while gladioli. The Rev. John Heed, organist, played "Jcsu, Joy of. Man's Desiring" by Bach, "Pricre Notre Dame" from "Suite Golhique" by Boellman, "Ave Maria" by Bacli- Gounod and the processional and recessional marches by Krckel. He accompanied Clayton Wornson who AUK. 2fi is the date set by Miss Patricia Ann Noltc, daughter of Sir. and Mrs. Clarence Nolte of M a n k n l o , M i n n . , and A3C Donald Rudy M i l l e r , son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete J. Miller, SHEFFIELD -- M i s s Anne DC- Grout, daughter of Miv ru\l Mrs. John DcGrool of Sheffield, and Howard Means, son of Mr. and Mrs. C, F, Means of Oregon City, Ore., were married in the G r a c e Baptist Church by the Hcv. Henry Smuland. Ualscy Carstens, organist, play-i cd nuptial music and Jack Markcy of Minneapolis sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father ami was . a t t e n d e d ' by Carolyn G a m i n of Sheffield, inn id of honor, and Miss R u t h Siemens of Minneapolis, bridesmaid. Roy Means of Oregon City, Ore., was buslmnn and ushers were Richard Mohr of Minneapolis and Harm DeGroot of. Sheffield, brother of the bride, Franklin Stover of Sheffield was candle- lighter. A reception was held in the church biisc'incnl a f t e r the ccre- 52'1 18th S.! for their wedding at Alankato. a wedding t r i p to Oregon mony. A f t e r City and the west coast, the couple is nl home in Minneapolis. The bride WHS, graduated from -Sheffield High School and was employed by Ihe H a r d w a r e M u timl Insurance Company of M i n - nesota. The bridegroom was grad iiiited from Oregon City High School and is attending North western Schools In Minneapolis. Social Calendar TUESDAY Baptist YWA-- G:30, East Park. CWF G r o u p 8-- t:30, M r s . Howard M. Lee, 515 Jefferson N.W. Trinity Highland Circle-7:30, Church Fireside Room. West Haven Doreiis Circle-7:30, M r s . .lames Allen, 2003 G rover S.W. Subordinate Lodge 22'l-- 8, 1OOF Hall. B e t h l e h e m Ruth Circle-C. .]. Clausen, Rocl' Struck, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagen, Northwood; Mr. and Mrs. Melvfn Hagcn, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Erickson, Clear Lake; Dr. and Mrs. Karl H. Gubser and son, Robert, and Dr. and M r s . E. A. Gubser of Adel; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn'Stubbs of WayJand, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Hoff, Minneapolis; Mrs. HalUe Wilson of Earl- h a m ; Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Aylward and daughler, Kathleen, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wornson and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold T. Wornson, Mankato, Minn.; Mrs- PEACHES ^mm Robert Dailey and son, Harley Lloyd Hagcn, Nora Springs; Mr. and Mrs. John Wilch, Laurcns; Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hutch-ins, Miss Susie Goeders and Alfred Ward of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders, R u t h v c n ; Mr. and Mrs. .Herman Bode of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders and daughter, Joyce, DCS Moines. The couple left on a wedding trip to Okoboji and will be at home at Maryville after Sept. 15. Mr. Goeders, who was graduated from Mason City High School and attended Junior College is a student at Missouri State College, M a r y - villc, Mo. The bride is a graduate of Mason City High School and attended J u n i o r College. She has been employed by E. W. Clark and Co., at the United Home Bank for the past two years. j_B The Smartest COATS Are at the Ask for Michigan Peaches THE MARKET NOW MICHIGAN FR UIT SPONSORS INC., BENTON HARBOR, MICH. 8, Mrs. Falls. St. Vincent's Unit-8, Mrs. L. S c h n i a l l , 1(510 N. Fed oral. WEDNESDAY Baptist Women's U n i o n -Lawn parly postponed. County WCTU-- 1.0, First Presbyterian Church. Helpalot Club-12, East Park. Central Lutheran Guild-2, Church. , Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove 135-8, Mrs. C. A. Scars, 427 2Sth S.SV RNA-8, lli-12 Club. --o-Use f r u i t garnish when you ar serving cold sliced h a m ' f o r a sum mcr b u f f e t . M i n t e d pears, frcsl pineapple rings centered with chei ries and round slices of orange wil all taste good and look nttraeliv w i t h the meat. O M I * S A » P * R I I MAKES DISHES SHINE 1HOUIWASHING WIPING! *VeI soaks dishes dean*. SAVES YOU Att THE HARD WORK!" ioys Mrs. Irene Buckley, mother of 2 DON'T WASH- JUST SOAK O Dishes soak grease-free in seconds! No washing is needed. If food clings, a touch of the dishcloth gets it off. There's no y d i s h w a t e r w i t h Vel -- no r i n g around the pan! DON'T WIPE- JUST RINSE Yes! Just soak and rinso. Dishes dry streak-free without wiping! Even hcnvy grease in pots and pans is so completely dissolved no hard scouring is needed! NO 'DETERGENT BURN" TO HANDS WITH VEL! Prove it yourself-- This "HAND-HEAT TEST" shows why Quick Change Dip hands in water. Thon put n lablespoonful of any lending laundry detergent in one hand--put a tablespoon- fill of VEL in the other. FEEL THE HEAT from laundry detergents, indicating presence of irri- t n t i n g alkalis nud l a u n d r y chemicals that cnuso ''Detergent Burn"! Wedding Planned by Jeanne Loo ft S W E A G I T Y -- M r . and Mrs: .''rank .',ooft of F a i r m o n t . M i n n . , ormer residents of Bancroft, Scn- enca and Swca Cily communities, iniKHmcc the a p p r o a c h i n g mar- ·iagc of their youngest daughler, icaimc, to John Hallstrom of rural Fairmont. The wedding will be an event of Kit/; August. M iss Luofl has been doing secro- a r i a l work for Ihe Minnesota Blip- ist convention and the White Feather Hatchery. The bridc-ln-he has been honored at ' several prc-nuptial showers among them one by (lie Bnptis Missionary Fellowship of Fainnonl Another was at the home of Mi.s Uoft's sister, Mrs. Albert Jolmsm of Swca City, with schoolmates am friends of the bride as guests. Host esses wore Mrs. Johnson, Mrs Lawrence I}olf of Armstrong, Mrs Robert Sanders and Mines. Philli] iJnd F r a n k Looft of Fiiinnonl. i --0-- ' The average width of a hum at h a i r is l-l8th of an inch. THE BARGAIN HOUSE 113 South Delaware W i l l Be CLOSED SEPT. 11 THRU 30 For Vacation COOL SALADS "!oap«l on Every HussL'll 1'liotn I R . A N D M R S . H O W A R D MEANS RY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD ug. It; 1»S7 IS t»on CUf Globe-OneUe, Milan Clly, I*. Wo//e-U/err ; Wedding Is [ Announced Mr, and Mrs. Olaf Ulcn, 210' Fourth N.W., announce the mar-' ringo of their daughler, Betty, to, Hobcrt Milton Wolfe o£ Davenport; which took place in the First Meth-' oclist Church with Dr. Lloyd A. Gustafsoii officiating. Mrs, E. B. Murrilt was matron'' of honor and Carroll Anderson of Clour Lake, bestrnan. Bryan Muv-- rill was the eandlelighter. A reception was held at the III eh' home following the ceremony. Mrs. Clnrencc Harding poured and Mrs. Donald Ulcn cut the wedding cake. The couple is at home in Daven-' port following a short wedding trip.. Mr. Wolfe is employed at KSTT there, lie was formerly on tho staff oJ KGLO. ' Let LYONS' Experts do the Job IT'S TIME NOWl ... GET YOURfALL WARDROBE READY . . . You'll find real nrtislry in the way we press your clothes. The o r i g i n a l designer--smooth lines put into your garments--remain u n a f f e c t e d by our pressers. PROMPT SERVICE PHONE 600 FEEL NO HEAT WITH VEL because Vel contains no irritating alkalis or harsh I n u n d r y chemicals to cauao "Detergent Burn"! ·VEL li Ihn trnds-mrirVof th» MdfVELous -for dishes and -finesf ftbrics ! These separates are r e a l l y q u i c k change iirlisl.s! (J'elted jerkins g i v e new m i d d y look over plea led skirts too.) No. 2708 is cut. in sizes I f ) , 12. 11. IG, IH and 20. Si/.e 1(1, s k i r t 2 yds. 30-in. J e r k i n with V neck, 1'id yds. 5-!-in. Jerkin \yith s q u a r e neck, 2 yds. 3!l-in. Send 25c for Pattern with name, a d d r e s s , s t y l e n u m b e r and si/e. Address P a t t e r n B u r e a u . Globe- Gazelle, Jinx '12, Old Chelsea S t a - t i o n , New York 1], N. Y. Patterns ready to f i l l orders i m - m e d i a t e l y . For ipccial h a n d l i n g of order via f i r s t class mail i n c l u d e an extra 5c per pattern. The F a l l - W i n t e r Fashion Hook, just out. and b e a u t i f u l l y illustrated in COLOR! Presenting f a l l fashions at t h e i r smartest. Over one h u n - dred practical, easy-to-make pattern designs, for every age an type of figure. Be an early bird order your copy now. Price just 25 cents. \ Coming! Thursday, August 28 Schltimpp's FUR PRICES DROP TO AN AMAZING 8 YEAR LOW! DYED MUSKRAT FLANKS NATURAL RANCH MINK HEADS Yes, it's true! Today moit furs arc actually priced lower th'nn they were 8 ycari ago! Selilampp's bring to you a complete selection of the world'a most beautiful furs . . . at PRICES THAT CHALLENGE COMPARISON! Here tire Just n few examples! DYED MOUTON LAMB (processed) $105 NATURAL GREY KIDSKIN 220 GREY PERSfAN LAMB 415 M I N K S I D E S . . . . . . . . . . 495 H LAC 1C PERSIAN LAMB 415 CANADIAN BEAVER 519 DYED NORTHERN MUSKRAT BACKS 265 Ail prices plus tar. AUGUST FEATURE: 10% DOWN HOLDS YOUR SELECTION! All furs carry Schlampp'* gun ran tee of satisfaction! AT KO EXTRA CHARGE! ALL RISK INSURANCE UNTIL FEBRUARY 1, 1953 Fur products labeled to show c o u n t r y of origin of Imported furs. _i*~ TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE

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