The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 27, 1952 · Page 16
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August 27, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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16 MIIOII I'll/ Globe-trtioUr, .tUinn City, I*. Gladys Mayhew ; Becomes Bride ; GOQDEL.L--Gladys Marie May- how, only daujjhtcr of Mr, and ^Irs. Edgar Mayhew, ftnd Charles ··William .Sprugcl, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Sprugcl of Williams, were married in the Goodell Evan- Relical Church. The Rev. Park 1C. JUtllei 1 read the double ring ceremony. Edgar Mayhow Jr., brother of the bride, and Cmdr. (.norge Spru- Aug. 77, 19S? gel of Arlington, Va,, brother of the bridegroom, were ushers. Mnr- llyn MeNutt, who is a junior at ISTC, Cedar Falls, plnyctl nuptial music and accompanied Mrs, Henry Brctlo who sang. Tlie brjdo was given Jn marriage by her father. Her attendant wns a teacher f r i e n d , Mrs. George Abel of Ellsworth. John Sprugcl was his brother's bestman. She Is a graduate of the Belmond HiKh School, a two year graduate of ISTC, Cedar Fulls, and t a u g h t throe years In Iho W i i l l n m x school. Mr. SpruRcl Is a uraduato of the j W i l l l a m s School, attonrlei! lowii State College at Ames and the past two years has been in the Navy. . The reception was held in the church dining room. They left at once for Hethesda, Aid., where Mr. Sprutfel is employed in the Navy hospital. PUBLIC CAiiD PARTY SPONSORED By VVRC Women's Relief Corps sponsored a public card party Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Floyd Huff, J27 Third N.W.. Prizes in 500 went to Mrs. Verona Winchcll and Mrs.-William Johnston find In bridge to Mrs, Clyde L i n d s a y anrl Mrs. Laura Grcgcrson, · · O Ws can have heaps f home made, surv/ scwas and shakos BOROENS- cor TV B£ GOO/ (leaping gallon Rememlxr, lh!i Wt 'Juil ordinary ice crc«m--lt'« Bordtn't Bulk Ice Creim, Hie ffmoi.it kind with Ihc dr*tmy~ crtumy tt*\'orl Wonderfully rich, i«tln- imooth . . , the mott dellclouj Ice cream you cVertnilctll It'i mighty convenient to have plenty on h*nl to enjoy. In thii monty-jtving iUe. Pick up 11 package . . today I ·-'SE-l'f-F f ' ' -f:r ·£! I I 7.95 LITTLE LOW HEELS for 7.95 action-lilted day Pcrfecc companions for rhe chys nlie.id, whether your life '» ' be campus or career. Designed for Imarr, busy people like you. ..tailored to take you on or off the campus. .Smart new sh.ipes with a look that is more than casual +«. that teams up perfectly with trim town suits. 8.95 Sixes 5 To 10 A A A A to B Shoe Dcpl. -- M a i n Floor M A I I H I E U A'l' HOLY K A M l U Y -- M I s s Madonna M a y o r , d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mayor of StacyvlDo, became Ihc bride of Clifton Aluoske, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Mueskc of M n n l y , at the Holy F a m i l y Church with the HI. Rev. Msgr. Arthur J. Brocii performing the cloublo ring ceremony. Niij'lial* music was provided by Virginia Miss Skram who accompanied M a r l e n e B e c k e r , who sanj: "On This Day, Oh B e a u t i f u l Mother," while the bride placed a bouquet on the Blessed Virgin's altar fol-i lowing the ceremony. The bride was given in m a r r i a g e by her f a t h e r niul wore a white i street-length dress of imported vel-; veteen t r i m m e d w i t h a Chanlilly lace yoke. Tier lint, wns of matching velveteen with pearls arranged iiround the crown. She curried a] bouquet of while gladioli and b a b y j breath centered w i t h white roses. Her only jewelry was a Ihrce- s t r a n d pearl necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Miss J a n i c e Mayer, sister uf the bride, was the maid of honor and wore a raspberry velveteen dress with m a t c h i n g hat and c a r r i e d a colonial bouquet of yellow roses and gladioli. Tho bridesmaid was Miss Shirley Mayer, sister of the bride, and wore a turquoise dress like thai of the maid of honor. Her lint wns turquoise velveteen and| her colonial bouquet was of pink roses and gladioli. The bridegroom's attendants were his brother, Stanley Mueskc, of M a n l y and the bride's brother,! John Herbert M a y e r , of-Stncyvillc.! Ushers were John Schmitz of M a - ' son City and H e r m a n Gocrgcn of Austin, M i n n . The reception following the ccrc-i rnony was held at the VP\V Club in ! Mason City. The bride's table was! decorated w i t h a three-tiered wed-! ding cake, flanked by candles and sweet peas. Miss Tcnora Bakkcn", roommate of the bride, cut the cake. The bride is a g r a d u a t e of Visitation High School at Stncyvillei and of the H a m i l t o n School of Com-' merce In Mason City. She has been employed as stenographer at the American C r y s t a l Sugar Company for the past three years. The bridegroom is n graduate of M a n l y High, School and is employed as yard! clerk at the Hock Island Depot i n j M a n l y . A f t e r a short wedding trip the couple is ul home at Clear Lake. --o-M A R R I A G E LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES WEST UNION -- M a r r i a g e l i - . censes have been issued In M a r t i n ! R a f f c l , 21, Reed City, Mich./ and Betty Rucber, 22, Westgale; D. Dean Iverson, 17, and Fave C a m p bell, .10, both of O e l w e i n ; LcRoy D. R u i n m o l , 2,1, and M a r i l y n Jean S h e r m a n , · 18, both of M a y n a r d ; Robert J a m e s - M a s o n , 30, SI. P a u l , and M a r g a r e t York, 21, SU Cloud, Minn.; Victor L. Luzurn, 20, Dav- enporl, and Esther E. Schmill, 21, St. Lucas; Albert G. Fraruen, 26, Hawkeyc, and Irene Croatt, 22, W a u c o m a : Donald R i c h a r d Luther, 20. and Gcraldine Marie Lilly, .19. both of Oelwein. --o-RUTH K K A G E L T O W E D W A L T E R JOHNSON H A M P T O N -- M r . and Mrs. Henry F. Kntgel announce the engagement ami approaching m a r r i a g e o f j their daughter, R u t h , of Orange, iV.J., to Wnlter A. Johnson, son of| Mr. and Mrs. A. .). Johnson of I West Caldwcll, N..I. B a k e rectangles of crisp pastry) ("individual-serving size); s p o o n j spliced sweetened peaches between the pas'try leaves and top with .sweetened « hipped cream /or ai| luscious company dessert. M A R R I A G E L I C E N S E ISSUED AT D E C O R A H DECORAH--A m a r r i a g e license has been issued to George R i c h - iiinls, 28, Wayz.-ila, M i a n . , and Dixie elping the omemaker ^y Cecily Brownstonc F A A I 1 L V DINXEK 1'ork Chops Spanish Rice Cooked Crcen Cabbage Bread and Butter Orange-Glazed Stuffed Apples Beverage ORANGE-GLAZED STUFFED APPLES' '-i cup seedless raisins, 5 medium-size b a k i n g apples, ',-'J cup .sugar, '-j cup w a t e r , 1 teaspoon grated orange rind, 'A cup orange juice, f l u s h of salt, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine. Method; Hin.se raisins and drain. Wash apples and pare upper third of each. Remove cores. Place apples in baking pan and fill core cavities with raisins. Mix rerntiinltig ingredients and heat, to boiling; pour over apples. Bake in moderate (375Kj«jven about i hour or until apples are tender, Basle apples often with syrup in pan. When tender, remove apples to serving dishes; boil s y r u p until thickened and spoon over apples. Makes 5 servings. Stevenson Sheep Win Honors at Iowa State Fair A,Shropshire ram owned by Clint Stevenson, f a r m e r living about four miles south of Ma.son City, placed second at ihc Iowa State Fair at DCS Moines, according to word received here Wednesday. Stevenson, who had the grand champion ram at Ihc North l o w a j Fair, also received third for his ]pen of three lambs. Another. Stevenson ram won sixth. In the largest sheep class in stale fair history, yearling ewes owned by Stevenson placed fourth and eighth in competition with 27 others. ' THE BARGAIN HOUSE 113 South Delaware Will Be CLOSED SEPT. 11 THRU 30 For Vacation The Smartest COATS Are at the TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! 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