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August 27, 1952

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

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Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burke of Thompson announce the engagement and ap preaching mar-- . riage of their daughter. Beverly Ann, 301 First S.W., to Eldon Suiide, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Suhcle of Buffalo Center. The wedding will be Sept. 33 at 8 j m. in the Bethany Lutheran Church at Thompson. Bits About 'Em Mrs. John A. Nelson and children, Craig and Kristine, have returned to Cleveland, Ohio, aflor visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Kerr, IS 12th N. W., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Nelson, 135 23rd S. W. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rehberg and son, Delbert, of Coxsackie, N. Y., formerly of Mason Cily, have been visiting at the 0. E. Moon home, 1429 N. Federal. Mr. Ueh- berg was Lehigh shop foreman before leaving for New York. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sawvell of Wall, S. D., Miss 'Loda Sawvell and Mrs. George Thompson and family of Lenox have left for Iheir homes afler a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Waller Davis, 211 20lh S. E. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Weaver, 704 Monroe N. W., and Mrs. Agnes Churchill, 711 9lh N. W., have returned from North Dakota where Ihoy visited the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan and daughters, 'Mr. and Mrs. George Thomson of Devils Lake, ami Mr. and Airs. Allen Miller of Holla. Mrs. Churchill also visiled her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morrissey at Pierre, S. D., and in Ihe Black Hills. --o-SEPT. 20 IS DATE SET FOR WEDDING DECORAH--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quandahl, Burr Oak, announce llic engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Virginia Fern, (o First Lt. Marvin A. Wicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wicks of Burr Oak. The wedding is planned for Sepl. 20 in Ihe Bun- Oak Lutheran Church, ·o-- WEDDING PLANNED TO BE SEPT 3 DECOIIAH--Mr. and Mrs. Frank liemcsalh, Ossian, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Madonna Eleanor, lo James Kucnncn of St. Lucas. The wedding is set for Scpl. 3 al'8:30 at St. Francis DeSales Catholic Church. PIANO and ORGAN LESSONS Given Week Day Afternoons at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church 25th and South Jefferson Register at the Church 2 P. M. to 4 P. M. FRIDAY, AUG. 29 or WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3 or PHONE 4928 W. Morning or Evening Mrs. J. C. Husted -= -- siiceti iresn lomaloes make a r i l l l l l l l l l M i l l l l l l l i n i l l l l l l l l l l H I I H I I H I I I I I i m n i l l l l l l l i n i l l H i m i l l l l l l l H H I I I I H l i n ido " s garnish for a moat loaf WOMEN Mildred Bartek Becomes Bride of Robert Seaton BRITT-- Four sislers of Die bride were attendants when Miss Mildred Barlck, daughter of Julius J. Barlek of Unit, became the bride of Robert Seaton, UriU, al a cere mony performed by the Rov, Lester H. Fletcher in the Methodist parsonage at Albert Lea, Minn. The bridal attendants were Mrs. Carl Van Diisseldorp and t h e Misses Ruth, Marian -and Helen Bartek. C a r I Van Diisseldorp, brother-in-law, was beslman. Following a short wedding t r i p :o Minneapolis, (he couple is al home 1 in Brill. The bride is employed in (he office of Dr. D. F. Shaw in Brill and the bridegroom who formerly ived al Williamsburg and served .wo years in Ihe Navy during World War H and three years in .he Air Force, is employed by the ramie and Sou Implement Company in Britt. --o--Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove 335-8, Mrs. C. A. Scars, -127 29th S.W. RNA-8, Hi-12 Club. THURSDAY IA to BLE-3, Labor Hall. Imnianuei Dorcas Aid-2, Church. GIA to BLE-2, Labor Mall, public card parly . U. G. A. Club- Mrs. Car) Hanson. incrgelic Class- Congregational Church. Trinity Washington Circle-7:^0, Mr. Clayton Wornsou, 510 Washington N.W. VRC-- 8, Airs. Floyd Huff, 127 3rd N. W., public card party. Anchor Encampment Auxiliary-8, 100F Hall. Trades and Labor Assembly-8, Labor Hall. Bethlehem Lois Circle-8, Mrs. Edgar Heed, 122 12th N.W. Sliced fresh lomaloes make a de- "The jolly NEW cereal with the JOLLY NEW TASTE! CRISP! Doesn't Qd'rr,ohy ItussoU Photo MR. AND MRS. SEATON Preparation for 'Bedtime Can Be Happy By DAVID TAYLOR MARK.E At 1 Education Reporter Most mothers want their chi drcii lo be happy at bedtime, i' gel through the necessary prej aralions tranquilly, especially i both parent and child arc tired, i nol always easy. H may happc of itself several limes a week ml loo often-the hour that ough lo be full of pleasure is a Iryin climax lo n wearing day. According lo the .National Kir dergarlen Association, not immj children settle down lo sleep d rectly afler hilarious romping more come lo grief as a result o such a mistaken privilege and ar r ound to be better off if they hav ihcir lively play earlier in Ih day. One mother, says the Associn Lion, finds il worth-while to begi i makes jolly good eating! Product ot Gdne.-al Foods copr General Foodi Corp Patcr,( Pendinz bedtime preparations a full hal hour before il is strictly ncccs sary. Then, with clothes ncall arranged, balh over, and toys i place, there is lime for quiet, pla; before the good nights are said A special box ot crayons nnd j pad of plain paper should aiwayj )c w i t h i n ' reach. The psyohologi cal effect of being ready for bee makes it simpler to keep tin s m a l l boy or girl tniict t h a n when the extra lime is ullowcr! down stairs. This is the ideal period for stories, but when llic rnolhcr i wilhoul a. m a i d her leisure hour usually comes earlier or lalcr Unquestionably, it is wiser for little ones under .six to have light, early supper than to sil al the family dinner lablo at nighl Once .accustomed to Ihis arrange mcnl, Ihey will consider the quiet play period, in dressing gown and slippers, sufficiently eompcnsat ing. And, afler 10 or 35 minutes ol such relaxation, they will u s u a l l y be happy (o nestle down contentedly, and go to sleep. Many mollicrs resort lo "re wards" for going to slecii quick' ly, says the Association. But just where rewards verge on bribery .s not always easy to determine One lilllc girl cited by the Assn cialion, would lay serenely wail ng for sleep each n i g h l because of the "Fniry Package" which-- f . bedtime w a s . quid and happy-would be found under her pillow in the morning. The package w a s purposely imiled to something in itself in- significanl--a few raisins in an envelope, a length of colored ribbon, or a piece of silver foil; occasionally il would be a penny. It sornc- .imes taxed the mother's ingomiily, nit il meant t h a t afler c a r e f u l al- lehlion had been paid (o (he small l a u g h t e r ' s needs, there was peace instead of insistent, d e m a n d s lo satisfy wholly i m a g i n a r y wanls. In Ibis case, it meant, too, thai when, afler a few tnonlh.s, the mother declared the idea worn out, llic lilllc girl had acquirccl Ihe habit of re- l a x i n g f o r ' s l e e p promptly. --o-WEST HAVEN DORCAS CIRCLE E N T E R T A I N E D Wesl Haven Dorcas Circle mcli with Mrs. James Allen, 2003 Gro-j vcr S.W., Tuesday, 12 members and! one guest attending. Mrs. Allen led; devotions and Mrs. Earl Swcclj had charge of the program. Mrs.! Howard Arndl conducted Iho business meeting. It, was decided to sponsor the Sunday School bus from West Haven lo Our Saviour's Lutheran Church again this year. A donation was voled to the organ funt!. Plans were made for a white elephant sale at Ihe next meeling. The meeling closed with Ihe Lord's Prayer and refreshments were served. Housedress Desires Are Survey Topic. AMES--As long as women con lino lo think of the liousedress ii terms of a cheap, low T eosl dress that's Ihe kind of n dress Iho miir kol will offer in large quantities But if, good workmanship, styling color and eomforl can be pur chased for n slighter higher price (hat's what today's homemakc really \vrints. At leasl several thousand womel throughout the United Slates h;u so expressed their purchasing tic sires in recent years. Some essentials culled for arc lining,' durable fabric that is eiisj to care for, colorfast, prestmmk and attractive. In styling, tlio worn en want a comfortable work drcs. that will not. bind them as llicj reach into kitchen cupboards 01 hang up the living room curtains Seams must be ample, stilchcs strong and secure, and pockets roomy. Another feature to look for 01 hotiscdresscs, says Iowa Stale clothing specialists, arc .sturdy bul Ions and well-made buUoiiholcs Bultons should be close enough (o prevent pulling of (he fabric, ant heat-resistant. Those curling mid melting billions arc disliked bj many women. Washable belts are another "must" say Ihe women. Oregon homemakcrs, voicing heir opinions, wanted an "action )leat a t . the shoulder ami ccntei back of (he dress, and sleeves which were well filled. They alst suggested a wide bias strip of f a b ric starling al Ihe waistline and ex- ending under the arm to the edge of the sleeve--so t h a t (he fabric would slretch n a t u r a l l y whenever ·caching was necessary. Alice Mehaffey Weds R. Stober _ CHARLES CITY--Alice Mehaf- "ey of Des Moincs and Kaymoiu W. Slobcr of Charles Cily were married at St. Paul's Episcopa Church in DCS Moincs. The Rov father Hurris, pastor, performTM the service. Mrs. Stober is Die daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B Mehaffey of DCS Moincs and Mr Slobcr is the .son of 7r. and Airs, H, W. Slober of Charles Cily. Miss Helen Harcrcamp of Des Woincs was m a i d of honor. Mary sloan, Grclclien Weitx, Nancy Haloway and Tenn Prcfkakes were 'i-idcsmaids. Larry f'orlcr of lowu Jity served as the bridegroom's lleudanl. M i l l a r d Curtis, 'J'om voosbrock, Charles City; Mcrlyn .ackore, Qoklficld, and Gilberl Varren, Clencoe, I I I . , were Ihe shcrs. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of ihe IJ/iiversily of VOWS SPOKEN AT THlNITY-Miss .loan Darline Beery" Ihmghter of Sgl. mid Mrs. Shelby L. heery, i:m 20th S.W., became the bride of SK2 Ik'los 10, Cook, son of Mrs. Viol;i Cnok of Norllnvood at the Trinity Lutheran Church. The bridegroom is stationed al Memphis Tenn Guest Luncheon Held at Club Guests were c'nlcrlalnod at tlie bridge luncheon al ihe Mason Cily Country Club Tuesday afternoon, V'rlxes went to Mrs. K. A. Tes- sicn, Mrs. A. C. Frisk, Mrs. Russell G i r l o n , Mrs. nines Mount and Mrs. Cecil Boyer. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. R. J. Edwards, Mrs. Whorley and Mrs. W. H. Itaymcr. SEPT. 1 IS DATE SET FOIl WEDDING CALM A R-- Mi-, nnd Mrs. Leo J. Noehl of Cnlmar announco the ap- proacliiag marriage of thefr sou, Pic... Duane Noehl o£ Amarillo, Tc'x., to Miss Cecilia Marline/. The wedding will tnko 'place Sept. L in Drama Study Is Scheduled for Season · M a r i a Mitchell Club will dovnl its attention to ilninin during Hi coming year, according to. tho slmlj outline which has been issued bj program committee, Mrs. R. D Irons and Mrs. R. T. Andrews. One program will bo an accoun of a trip to Europe, to be pro scnted by Mrs. Fred Clark who ha ·ccontly returned from there. The season will open with a re view of Broadway plays. The clul will later study George Bornim Shaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra,' 'A n t h o n y nnd Cleopatra" bj Shakespeare, "Tho Lady's Not fo: Burning" by Christopher Fry 'Cocktail Party" by T. S. Elllol ind '.'Candida" by Shaw. A musical program is scheduled 'or the. December meeting; M a r i n Mitchell Club will have its firs :necling, a luncheon, Oct'. (i. Mrs. Keith Wormhoudt is prcsl lent of the club, Mrs. K. A. Tcs sicn, vice president, Mrs. H. W .voeneke, secretary, and Mrs, H W. Dresser, treasurer. Iowa, Iowa City, Mr. Sloher employed by the Iowa Slain em ploymcnl service in liurliiiglo where they will make their horn [lowing a wedding trip throng Ihe C a n a d i a n Rockies. Following llic wedding, 100 guest were entertained al a cockUil hum uid dinner a I IJolcJ Savory. rklal d i n n e r was given al Hole Savory . b y the bride's uncle anc; unit., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Warren 'ilcncoc. Ml. WORLD'S LARGEST SEILER AT10C SAVE MQftE-BUY 100 TABLETS.490 MORE FOR YOUR MONEY . . INDIVIDUALLY S T Y L E D PERMANENTS including Shampoo, Rinse, Hair Style .and Fingorwavo OTH E RS $4.75 - $6.75 - $8.00 - $10.00 Hollyzvood ' St. Mary's Ariz. Church in Phoenix, Aug. 27, 1«2 IS Mason Cily r.lob«-G»iet(f, Maton Cllr, I* New Teaching Staff Given TeaatYWCAj New teachers in the Mason City. Public Schools were entertained at tea by the Mason City Education A.s.socia (ion and the Board of Education in tho Decker Room of thp YWCA as part of workshop, week which precedes the opening of school, Supl. L. II. Slicpoiser and Joe Allo welcomed the 24 new teachers a I. Iho door, assisted by Miss Margaret H a r t m n u and Mrs. L. W .Swanson. ' · · · ' ' ; , Piano music was provided during the lea by Mrs. A. M. Saug who also accompanied " Miss F e r n Thompson who sang "The Desert Song" nnd "Without A Song." Yellow and bronze chrysanthemums a ltd daisies centered the tea luble and Mrs. (icorgc M. "Cr'abb and Miss Korn Wilson pourcti. About 05 were present. ·» --o-- ' There, are many jjood .ways 16 use nutritious carrots; in meat pies, added to vegetable soup, on a relish trny. Sani'Flush now freshly fragrant Get Pl«»t.ntly Ptrfum.d SANI-FLUSH BOOMHOWER H A R D W A R E r K R M A N H N l l ' . i B. O v e r Krone's MKTHUlt al r Sliirr All W a v e s Guaranteed. 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