The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 26, 1952 · Page 16
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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16 Aug. U, 1952 Miion Clljr r.lobf-Ourltr. M»nn Clii-, It. c h a i r m a n of Hie Hancock county board of supervisor;;. Clinton Daniels Weds at Garner G A K N E I l -- Clinton D. Daniels and Winnifred M. Uradsvell were married at the United Presbyter- Ian parsonage in Garner by the Rev. J. Dallas Gibson, pastor. Tlic couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ford. Mr. Daniels is A c c e p t s Position HANLONTOWN--Olcnn Truslcm, who was graduated t h i s spring from Iowa State College at Ames, has accepted a position ai voca- t i o n a l agriculture teacher In Hie Orange Township school near Waterloo and is working tit his new job. Glenn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Trustcjm who operate a eafe here. Everybody's raving dbout *A"|; new MIRACLE of FABRIC FINISHING Sta Nu * P R O C E S S See for yourself how Ihe STA-NU process restores the original body, luslrc and drape . . . your clothes actually look bettor . . . feel fresher and oven last longer. * And tbo best part of it ... STA-NU costs you not one penny extra . . . so try STA-NU today . . . you'll nover go back to ordinary dry cleaning! I FEATURED EXCLUSIVELY AT PHONE 783 Acrosi From the Postofflco Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Strahan of San Marcos, Texas, have arrived for a visit at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. L. .1. Strahan, 1201 Second S. W. r and the Misses Willetla Strahan and Jcnna Strahan, 128 IOth N. W. They were accompanied by Mrs. O. W. Slrahan's sister, Miss Catherine Hardy. The Misses Strahan have moved to Mason City from southern fowa where Miss Willetta Strahan had been dean of the Muscatine Junior College and Miss Jenna Strahan, principal of Taylor School in Cedar Rapids, for a number of years. TO H A V E (JOLDBN W t t l J D J N G -- Mr. anil Mrs. Carr 0. Hoe of ( I n r n o r w i l l oiiserve their fiOth wedding n n n i v t r s a r y Wednesday. They were rnarriod in 'Huniholdt A » n . 27, 1002, and arc the parents of two children, ;i (laughter, Thc-lma Stillo of (Jarncr, mid a son, Don C. Uoe ............ ...... ......... *rwho owns n n d nperatc.s the Super- The · j V n l i i !MXH! M n r k e l here, f i v e g r a n d c h i l d r e n , There arc lamclte for his senior year. He is a senior scholar majoring in public administration. Vcrnon Allen and M a r i l y n , Johnny about bleaching MS Q: Can 1 safely bleach rayons? Positively! Tor Llioisccnsy b j i n i n W H H l i i n g K , mid 1 tablespoon of I.Iic iu;w IIH- t o u r u l i n g H i - l e x F i n o Fabricd Powder Blench to warm water and ligliLHiicln for w o n d e r f u l results. Your Hay oiis wi II bo fresh, clticm, h r o H l l i - L n k i n g l y white! GcnLlo to h a n d s . . . wife for Coptic tanks. HI caches and brightens :".'. Nylon, Rayon, Silk and Wool! Mr. Koi- has long been i d e n t i f i e d w i t h v a r i o u s bu.sinc.s.'i ventures in Hancock and Kiissulh County. He was engaged in the drug and va- jrk-ly wisiiK'.s!: in l i r i t t shortly after the t u r n of the century and later moved to Wesley where he was in the drug business. In 1915 he came to E a r n e r where he was in the d r u g and l a t e r the grocery business. M r . Roe, :i lifelong Democrat, .served as postmaster in d a r n e r r or 11'years and is nnw associated w i t h his son, Don, in the Supcr- V a l u Food M a r k e t . --o-Vera Bonn scatter Wecis in Texas CltYSTAL L A K K -- Miss Vera Uonristcltcr, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and M r s . C!, A. BonnsloUcr of Chicago, 111., b e c a m e the bride of I'fc. Ken- f i c f l i O. Weaver, stm yjf Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Weaver of Houston, Tex., at the home of the bridegroom's p a r e n t s with the Kcv. Stanley Wllkes of the Baptist Temple p e r f o r m i n g the ceremony. The bride is the g r a n d d a u g h t e r of Mrs. E m m a Duncan, 517 Delaware N. E., Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Barrett were the attendants. The bride attended I he Crystal L a k e .school while m a k i n g tier home w i t h her uncle find a u n t , Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Folcy. She later was graduated from Fenger High School iii Chicago and attended nursing school there. The bridegroom is" u'ith the a r m e d forces stationed at For Sam Houston at San Antonio, Tex. ivhere tncy will m a k e (heir home Mr. and Mrs. three children, and Robby of Augusta, III., were Monday visitors at the Harry Schaffer home, 615 Jefferson S. W. VISITS PARENTS G A R N E R -- Robert Ulrich, son of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Ulrich, arrived home from Washington, D. C., where he has been attending American University on an exchange scholarship from Williamette Uni road IVi miles south and a half- mile east of Portland. Family Picnic Held at Martins Relatives gathered for a picnic! and reunion on the iawn of. Air. and Mrs. Fred Martin, 817 Connecticut N. E. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. Djuren of Clear Lake, Mr. a n d . Mrs. Oscar Stoltenberg and son, Allen, of Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meathem, Mrs. Helen Calvert and daughter, Diane, and Miss Velma Varvel of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Houghum and daughters, Jackie and Dickie of Baxter. Mason Cityans at the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Varvel and (laughter, Cynthia, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Varvel and son, Harold, who is l e a v i n g this week for the N a v y , Mr. and Mrs. Harm Djuren and f a m i l y , Mr. and Mrs. Mike Djuren and Danny and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin. County Lets Contract Sept. 15 for Bridge Y . ' SELLS I N T E R E S T The Cerro Gordo County super- ^ Q ^ G ROVE-Lloyd'JBachel visors will let a contract Sept. 15j has sold a hair in terest in h|s Top and Body Shop to Nile Bausch of. Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. Bausch will move his family to Eagle Grove at at 10 a.-m. for the construction of an I-beam bridge with concrete abutments and floor. The bridge will be constructed on a county a later date. YOU'RE INVITED TO A COMPLETE SHOWING OF ROT HMOOR FUR TRIM AND UNTRIM COATS WED. Aug. 27 ON DAMON'S FASHION FLOOR MR. HERB MAZER WILL BE HERE SHOWING THE ENTIRE LINE PLAN TO ATTEND WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27TH ONLY! FASHION FLOOR SECOND DAMONS « It I i .' N t I WHITTALL DALLAS . . . LOOPED WILTON CARPETING Choose your draperies from our large selection of drapery f a b - rics. See our new materials just arrived. We also are equipped to make these up for you with the finest of tailoring. COMPLETE STOCK OF TRAVERSE - HODS Buy with confidence--a carpet with endurance. Satisfaction guaranteed. Enjoy your home with pride--perfect installation. Carpeting is our business. We will save you money, the best costs no more. Buy on our convenient budget plan. R. S. 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