Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 27, 1952 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
Page 17
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Three Nora Springs Seniors Enter ISTC NORA SPRINGS --Three local .girls, all members of the 1952 senior class of the Nora Springs High School, are enrolling Ihis fall at the Iowa Stale Teachers College at Cedar Falls. They are Nor nisi McEacUran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McEachran, Route 3, Mason City; Carole Neii, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Neil of Nora Springs, and Harriet Lee Pcdclty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyie Pcdelty of Nora Springs. Miss McEachran will major in business education. Miss Neil plans to study on the two-year elementary program at Teachers College. She expects to arrive on the campus on Sept. 7 when Freshman Week ac tivilies begin. Miss Pcdclty also plans to major in business education. TEACHERS L E A V E WAUCOMA -- Teachers leaving late this month from here to take over their duties for the year include Miss Pearl Jack, Valley City, N. D.; Miss Kthel Jack, Dryden, W a s h . ; ' M i s s Barbara Hoy, Aiuv mosa; Miss Catherine Hramion, Mason City; Miss M a r i a n Dccny, Ulairstown and Miss Rosemary Hcrokl, Alpha. Vitamin sales for the U.S. will reach a record $300,000,000 for 1952, a total expenditure of nearly two dollars for each man, woman and child, according to a leading vitamin m a n u f a c t u r e r . SLEEK, SMALL, STARTLING... Shell-like crowns of rich velour with the merest mention of glitter, a wisp of veil . . . and great measures of charm. Extravagant hats at a wonderful little price. A. Velour shell trimmed wt\h a clever A I I O of clustered beads. B. Velour-on-the-level , . . crescent caught. Use Elephant- Power to Move Heavy Trucks CHARLES CITY -- Luckily six argc elephants of the Jumbo mod els were about two blocks behind :he first heavily laden tractor drawn two-truck affairs, carrying .he first heavy equipment for the 21ydc Benlty circus Tuesday morn ing when the Irnctor-truek.s struck the courthouse hill. ( Stalled owing to having to wail at the intersection for a stop-amigo light to change the heavily laden trucks could not get up enough speed to negotiate the hill, so they waited for the slow moving ele^ phanls to catch up, When they did catch np with tho trucks the lead elephants put their trunks against (he back of tht truck and each of Ihe two others on each side pushed against the others and walked up the steep hill more limn a block to safety, gel ling the tractor-drawn (rucks to the lop where they proceeded on their own power. The circus left here iVednesday morning for Mason City vhere it is to exhibit. ATTEND REUNION CiOODRLL--Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Harfst, Mr. and Mrs. George Durlie and two children of Maquon, 111., Lcroy G i l l m a n of Aurora, 111., Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i n m IHirdle of San Jose, 111., Mr. and Mrs. John Jibben of Green Valley, 111., and the Wayne Hurdles of Dolavon, 111., liave been guests in the Dale Hrecle and Halfpop homes. They came for the I'lockctt-Ruth reunion held at Clear Lnko. ORDER YOUR PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS NOW . . . i V f 333 South F.d«r«l art Phon* 1473 TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD Photo by IlusseU MARRIED AT METHODIST CHURCH--Miss Donna May Englc- man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Engleman, Route 4, Mason City, became the bride of James Darvin Knudson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Knudson, 924 Polk N.W., at a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Roger Russell in the First* -- ----"· Methodist Church. The bride entered with her father. Miss Susie Engleman, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Francis Knudson, brother of the bridegroom, bestman. Flower- girls were Sheila Kay King, niece of the bride, and Linda Brown, niece of the bridegroom. Ushers were Jack E n g l e m a n , brother of the bride, and Morris Tibbits. A reception wan held :it the home of the bride's parents for GO relatives and friend.s. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown and Linda Lee of Ruck Island, 111., and the sisters of the bride, Mrs. Duane Williamson and MASON CITY CLUB FEATURED in Ladies' Home Journal Here is an inspiring story of a small group of neighboring housewives that millions of women will read this month! Thenow September Journal tells how they organized and made a success of their Republican Workshop for political study and action. Get your uopy and ro;ul all about them today! EXPECTING A BABY? TOGEROY . 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