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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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CUk*-T.».«l*, M.M* C!lr. U. WEDDING PATE SET-- October J2 has been set as the wedding dale of, ,M!ss Mary Lnros, 'daughter of Mr. mill Mrs. ,fnines A, Laros, 1032 North Federal, to Specro Papas, sou of Mr. lintl Mrs. P e t e r P a p a s , Inglcwopd,.Calif.V Thc.wct!din£ will tnkc place in the newly completed Saint Sophia Cathedral of Los An-* gclcs. Miss Liiros has Ween employed as bookkeeper ·'.lit U...S.. Rubber Company, arid has been living in Los Angeles. ''·(.': . She was gradmUcd from the Manon;City- High School and ITninlltoiv School of Commerce. She was employed by the KHpto Loose Leaf Company lor .live years before moving to California. .Mr, Papas 1* employed in the eiiglnccrinn Dept. of North American Aircraft, Inglewood. --o-.there"arc (5,430 registered hospitals in the United Stales, containing 1,456,912 beds. our in a profile sty lei 10 Marjy L»rg« Ht*d*lz*» Dramatic treatment makes this velour profi 1 c yoil r perfcct fall hat! Manipulated to flatter your 'face and give you added height, choose it in a color that is best for you. PROFIT BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS MEN Shaggy Fabric Finds Favor in New Coats Winter coats maintain the styl attraction Ihcy have develops over the past few years. For 1952 Women's '. Wear Dally fashion ed: .ors point out, they offer even mor Hicause new silhouetc have com .-, besides new lengths, new fall rica and new colors. '.?his totals ; ot of fashion in a garment that 1 primarily made for warmth. Because the shaggy and loop; abrlcs, an outgrowth of the poodle of last year, are HO important, they get first mention. They have i general a thick look, but arc do ceptively lightweight. Therefore hey lend themselves to the ne\ iilhouuets, tulip, fitted or wrnppy Tulip refers to a, variety of inter pretailon.i of the loose, but sli.n coat body that spreads into flare or plents toward the bottom. These new coatings, too, nccoiin or the number of short,, wrist erigtfi wrappy coats that can b worn well up to the big fur coa months. In color with black imdet ay, these fabrics arc the basis o one of the big fashions of the com ng season, the costume. The shorl nit w a r m , jacket in color, wor vlth, a one-piece dress cither ii jlack or harmonious color. The slimmer coat, as opposed t ast year's full p y r a m i d , is the nost significant fashion trend In urs for f a l l and winter. 1 Whik coats are straighter, they arc easci and manipulated for wearing com 'ort, and worked in such a way a. o provide silhouet news as well The tulip line is the hesl example says Women's Wear Dally, of ne\ casing of the slim, line, providin iow fulness released below lh cnce. This comes through in th cut of the coat itself, in hidden gores, In pleats or in side vents. Short coats arc another impor .ant trend in furs, with greater em ihasis oti lengths that range fr'on :he 25-inch hlplength jacket to th 16-inch three quarter coat. Newly tapered sleeves, comin from a /soft natural shoulder line rounding out to melon fulness, an graduating in at the wrist are an other highlight. Collars arc. malm 1 ; small, built up to frame the fac and stand slightly away from th neck. ST. VINCENT UNIT MEETS AT SCHMALLS St. Vincent's Unit met at the home of Mrs. L. Schmall, 1640 N federal, and after the busines ession, cards were played. Prize vent to Mrs. P, J. Lauer, 'Mrs lobert Juhl, Mrs. David Thorna and Mrs. Ben Brasser. A gift wa presented to Mrs.'Schmall who wil eave soon'to make her home i Swea City. The next meeting wil e in September. Ceamettes Lowest Prices in Years... Finest Furs Ever! . . . . see them at Preview ol Fall LYONS Fur Fashions You'll love the new 1052-53 fashions in gorgeous furs . . . You'll be amazed at the low, low prices and you can be sure that a LYONS label in your coat is the sign of perfection. Come in and look around . . . Take advantage of these values. Into a Beautiful LET 1YONS MASTER FURRIERS RESTYLE YOUR OLD FUR COAT Cape or Jacket 49.50 Up BUY 3 WAYS: · CASH ·CHARGE * LAY-AWAY tVQHS CLEANERS UAUMOKRERS FURRIBRS OPEN ANY EVENJNC BX · . . APPOINTMENT Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hansen of Hockwel! announce t h e e n - gagement of their daughter, Ocloris Lorraine, 5 Connecticut N. E., to Virgil Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred floth of Mason City. The wedding date has not ucen set. New Officers Are Elected at Session Vacancies were filled at a special election conducted by the Justness and Professional Women's Jlub Board Wednesday noon at the Cerro Gordo Hotel. Mrs. W. F. Isaacson, who- had )cen second vice president, re- laccd Mrs. John Horn, first vice ^resident, who is leaving the city. Urs. Henry H v a t t u m was elected second vice president, of the club. Miss Betty Burlcy was elected ·ecording secretary to replace Hiss Joan Ollenburg who is leav- ng. Miss Esther Pagenhart was elected director to fill the uncompleted term of Miss Buiiey as director. Miss Alice Rlter presided at the :neeting and announced a board session for Tuesday and the rcgu- "ar club meeting for Thursday at .he Hotel Hanford. --o-Open House Held For Lana Hiles Miss Lana Hiles, a former .eaeher ir» the Mason City .Public Schools, was guest of honor at an open house at the s u m m e r home of Mrs. Hazel McCollough at Clear "iake. The Misses Hazel Coon, Bertha Any Season Vassom, Ethel C'ooke, Lucille' Baunan and Erna Stoltcnbcrg, Mrs. 'iva Ferguson and Mrs. Art Ren lenbcrg presided at the tea table md punch bowl. Miss Katherine Jibson and Miss Jennie DeGroot lad charge of the guest book. Out of town guests were Mi*. Edward Swcctscr of Cedar Rapids rlrs. George Soule of Boston .lass., Mrs. Ferguson of Winona, rtinn., and Mrs. Ronneberg ol .aurcns. Miss Hiles is teaching at Santa Ana, Cal., and is enroute with her istcrs, Mrs. Swcetser and Mrs Soule, to attend the golden \ved- ing anniversary of a brother Mien Hiles, at Grtiver. Mrs. Sweet or will accompany Miss Hiles to lanta Ana for a month's stay. --o-- 1HOWER IS GIVEN ''OR MARCEDES BALEK Miss Marcedes Balek was hon ired at a miscellaneous shower jiven Wednesday evening at the home 6f Mrs. Luther Buss, 632 S 'ederal. Games were played prizes going to Mrs. Frank New 'ille, Miss Maxine Sanberg anc ·lis-s Marie Spcchio. Gifts were jresented to the honorec. and re reshmcnls were served by Mrs iuss, assisted by Mrs. Sydney Wy borney and Mrs. Milton Rose meyer. The bride-elect's -colors jreen: and white, were carried oul n the decorations. Miss Balek wil )e married Sept. 7 to A. G. (Bud Edstrom. You can prepare a delicious sandwich filling from rock lobster .ails. Boil the lobster tails, then ·emove and dice the meat; mix with diced celery, sliced olives, ·md mayonnaise; season to taste. A "go many places" design that's sure to bring compliments any where! Note the tuck releasing full ness on each side of the paneled yoke bodice. Fashion yours in tie silk or shantung. (Short or three quarter sleeves). No. 27-JG is cut in sizes 12, 14 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44 Size 18, requires 3% yds. 39-in fabric. Send 25c for Pattern with Name Address, Style Number and Size Address Pattern Bureau, Globe Gazette, Box 42, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. , Patterns ready to fill orders immediately. For special handling of order via first class mail include an extra 5c per pattern. The Fall-Winter Fashion Book, just out and beautifully illustrated ,n Color! Presenting fall fashions at their smartest. Over one hundred practical, easy-to-make pat- :ern designs, for every age and type of figure. Be an early bird, order your copy now. Price jusi 25 cents. County WCTU Has Election at Convention Women's Christian Temperance Union of Cerro Gordo County held its county convention in the Pres- jyterian Church Wednesday, with ":he Rev. Clair Hicks as guesl speaker. . ' ' · . ; Mrs. W. H. Davidson was reelected president of the County Union. Miss Nettie Chadbourne was named vice president, -Mrs. Leon Thomas, secretary, and Miss Eliza Siitton, treasurer; Mrs. Magda Pippcrt was ; appointed child welfare chairman, Mrs. Glenn Thorhe, radio ant Christian citizenship; Miss Betty Russell, publicity; Miss Eliza Sutton, circulation of national papers; Mrs. Duesenberg, scientific tern perance instruction; Mrs. E. E Butz, soldiers and sailors. Mrs. Davidson conducted the meeting which opened with the singing of "I Would Be True" and "0 Beautiful," with Mrs. Bayid Enabnit accompanying. Mrs. Da vidson led in prayer anci Mrs. Leoi Thomas, devotions. Mrs. Thomas read "The Value of Life" "and 'Thank God," a poem. During the afternoon session, Mr Hicks led devotions and spoke 01 the need for unity. He spoke of E Stanley Jones who has left Indi; for five years to present his'plan o "Church Unity" in the Unitec States. He closed with prayer. Miss Betty Russell reported 01 publicity, stressing legalized liciuoi traffic and the enemies of prohibi tion. Reports were given on the Ply mouth Union by Miss Sutton; Clear Luke, .Mrs. Enabnit; Mason City Mrs. F. B.; Portland, Mrs Davidson; scientific temperance instruction, Mrs. Duesenberg; ra dio and Christian citizenship, Mrs Thome. it was voted to put 50 Crusader publications in the rural and grade schools. Mrs. Clara Peflelty re ported on calls at nursing homes. ' Dinner was served at noon in the church dining room with Mrs. Au gust Johnson returning thanks. The afternoon session opened with "M; Faith Looks Up to Thee,'" led b Mrs. E. J. Zcrble, accompanied by Mrs. Enabnil. Mrs. Pippert led devotions am the closing afternoon prayer. Mrs A. Falco was church hostess, as sistcd by' Mrs. Fern Harding. --o-Bits About 'Em Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Conaway o Saginaw, Mich"., are spending a fev days at the home of Dr. and Mrs C. M. Franchcre, 930 Madisoi N. W. --o-Herb leaves that are choppec fine give out their good aromatic oils. When you are adding them t salad dressing it's a good idea to grind them with a mortar and pestle; they will give delicious flavor this way and tint the dress ing a pleasant pale green. * ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN ··-TM4* ·^^ Everybody's raving about that new MIRACLE of FABRIC FINISHING 4 $V*e WlHNtR CVfV lit ft otr Dry Clecnioff Sta Nu P R O C E S S You'r» in for a pleasant surprise at your first experience with the STA-NU process . . . see how your clo(he« octuolly look better . . . feet fresher and lot) longed / TRY STA - NU TODAY! _ 'hen you'll understona why this wonderful process is being gsed "y fhe nofron's feeding cfofhing manufacturers to mali« new garments look newer fhon new/ t/' JAKf A TIP FROM STAN STA-NU! Your winning ticket to better dry cleaning is (hat J STA-NU tag on every garment cleaned at our plonll REMEMBER . . . STA-NU cort* you ncfhmp txtrol ttt PHONE 789 Aeref* From Th« Postwffic* : · ' . ' · · · · · Frank Free Photo VOWS EXCHANGED--Miss Veronica Liska, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Liska of Garner, became the bride of Warren Thada, son of Frank Thada of Garner, at St. John's Lutheran Church, the Rev. Mr. Hcidemann officiating. : Mr. and Mrs. 'Arnold Pueggel of Clear Lake were the attendants. The wedding party and immediate families were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Boehnke after the ceremony. Following a trip West, the couple will be at home on a farm northeast of Garner. Social Calendar THURSDAY Trinity Washington Circle-7:30, Mr. Clayton Wornson, 510 Washington N.W. WRC-- 8, Mrs. Floyd Huff, 127 3rd N W., public card party. Anchor Encampment Auxiliary-8, lOOFHall. Trades and Labor Assembly-8, Labor Hall. Bethlehem Lois Circle-8, Mrs. Edgar Reed, 122 12th N.W. FRIDAY 1 WRC-- 1:30, Mrs. Floyd Huff, 127 3rd N W,. public card party. Pleasant Ridge Club- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Stevens. DO-A-LOT CLUB MEETS FOK DINNER Do-a-Lot Club met for dinner Wednesday at the summer home o Mrs. A. J. Thomas at Clear Lake honoring Mrs. Ethelyn Gregg who will leave soon for Friendship Ha ven Home in Fort Dodge, A fare well gift was presented to the hon orce. Meeting Held by Lutheran · Guild Women Central Lutheran Guild met in :he church social parlors Wednesday afternoon for a program of music and a lesson on "What Is Best for the Child?" which was led by Mrs. Irving Pross, assisted by Mrs. Virgil Butler and Mrs. L. C. Vail. . : , ' . . Mrs. Leonard Hanna was in. charge of devotions. Marian Butlev' played a saxophone solo, "King's^' Jester," accompanied by Mrs. O. C. Sorlien and Carolyn' Fletcher played a piano solo, "Sweet Lelani." ··,. ; ,-. · '.''· The 25th anniversary of the Guild . will be observed at the regular i meeting Sept. 24. A food sale was announced for Sept. 30 in Damons lobby. Arrangements,were reported fo'r a program at the Central Church Oct. 1 when Mrs. Jacobs, aH Arabian woman who was born in Bethlehem and lives in Sioux City, will speak and show pictures. '''.'. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Hanna, Mrs. .1. B. O'Falldn and Mrs. Clarence Olson. Carve unstuffed roast duck this way: .Remove legs at first joint, cut off wings and separate into two pieces. Split duck ..along breast.., bones and cut between breast meat ' and leg on each side as far as the backbone. Cut duck in two along '. backbone. Cut each piece of breast into about three pieces. Pile on platter and serve. Oh what isthe handiestbug^iller « That's always ready for use? It's KNOX-CHTT fcerosolBomb ftx me- Just squirt 'em when Uwync on the loos«f This quality product is your Inv against annoying injects, p u r p o s e Knox-Oiit Acroiol Bomb contains more ingredients for tjtttfktr knockdown* kttttr till! Buy it--uxlay! MNNSALT, WIA. 7, PA. _ MOGRtSSlVE CHEMISTRY FOK OVER A CENTURf '""I AS SEEN IX M J N D B E R C S Your gracious answer lo the what-to-v/ear question is ibis chevron-textured knit dress. Exquisite hand-knit detail in the button up neckline and collar, the pull-through belt the deep sleeves. Individually knitted' from finest French Spun Zephyr wool nub yarn. Choice of seven autumn shades. 39 TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE 1

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