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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, August 29, 1952
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AoQ 29 IM1 M.MIM City Mutim !». WOMEN ' . ' Ololio-Onjette photo 'POSTMASTER TAGGED FIRST--Mardell Pulllnm, 11, daughter of Alr;.,and Mrs, M, G. Pulllnm, 409 4th S. W,, got her first customer ·in the Navy Mothers tag sale early \vhcm sho called on Postmaster ,IIefiry C. Pcndorgraft nt tho Postoffice and .sold him a tag. The tags ,wlll be-on sale on the streets of Mason City Saturday. Proceeds of ·Uio sale will be used by tho Navy Mothers Club for welfare work in "hospitals. Last year the Club purchased material niul rn«do knee frobcs nnd slippers for veterans nnd sent H Christmas donation ot $30. About 'Em -'Mr. and Mrs. G, F. 'Ayres nnd daughter, Helen, ol CriUenden, N, Y., have arriveti for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carleton L. Stewart, 937 4th S. E. Mra. Stewart Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ayrcs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo J. Carle nnd son, Jnmcs, of Brio, P n , , formerly of'Mason City, spent Monday Jn Mnson City, They have been visiting their daughter, Mrs, James Brnhain, and two granddaughters in Wlnonn, Minn.', nnd nre cnroute to' Eric. Mr. Curie was formerly composing room foreman ot the Globe-GnzeUc. Kicly and the children will make their home while Dr. Kicly is In service in the f n r cast. ^Dr. and Mrs, Jnmcs Klely and children,'Jimmy* and Maureen, of Rochester, Minn., visited Mrs. Kiely's mother, Mrs. W. F. Coonan, 512 Massachusetts S. E., en- route to Emmelsburg where Mrs, Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Angell, 129 First S. W., hnve loft for Callfor nla to make their now home. They find just returned here from a four weeks' vacation on the west const --o-Social Calendar FRIDAY Pleasant Ridge Club- Mr, nnd Mrs.'Edward Stevens. --o-SEPT 24 IS DATE SET FOR WEDDING DECOR AH--Mr. nnd Mrs. Chri Krienor of SI. LucnR announce th engagement and approaching mnr rlngo o[ their daughter, Ague. Frances, to Clarence Soukup, son of Mr. and Mrs, Martin Soukup o Rldgcwny. The innrringc will Ink place .nt St. Luke's Catholic Church In St.'Lucas Sept. 24 nt 8:30 n. m Fail Flower S/iow Slated for Sept. 11 . Preparations arc u n d e r w a y mong Garden Club members for fall flower show which will be old Sept. 11 at the Salvation A r m y itndcl basement. The show will o free nnd open lo all who care o exhibit. Entries will be received from 10 1 · and judging will tiike place rom 1 to 3:30. At 3;30 p. m., the low will foe open to a l l , contlnu- ng until Op, in,, with a program nt ;30, · There will be a continuous Ivcr tea, beginning at 3:30. Classes are being drawn up to rovicie an opportunity for exhibit- ng specimen dahlias, ris'tcr's, hry.santhemums, marigold, glncli- li, petunias, apples and grapes, s well as potted plants and ar- angcments, Men will be given h podul opportunity in tlic arrange- mont class, with n class for their xhlblts alone. All the exhibits must be grown y the exhibitor In both the horti- ulturo and arrangement divisions, Jontnincrs arc lo bo furnished by he exhibitor. Committees in charge ot the how include: Classification, Mrs. J Carstcns, Mrs. Kay Whorlcy nd Mrs. J. C. Alcorn; entries, Mrs. Jharlcs Grippen, Mrs. Paul Loomls nd Mrs. Ernie Zcrblo; awards, Mrs. R. J. Edwards, Mrs. liny Gil- rim and Mrs. Fretl Shaffer; schecl- ile, Mrs, H a r r y Little, Mrs, Vtlchnel Payne and Mrs. H. C, riesncr; publicity, Miss Eleanor McLnughlin; singing, Mrs. Mclvin vnns. t_-Q» MISS SALLY TSCKER ' S GIVEN SHOWER ' Miss Snlly Ecker was honored nt n shower given at the home of Hiss Beverly Hummel, 1536 Tnft S, W., Thursday evening. Guests vcro Mrs. P. K. Ecker, Mrs. Dorothy Ecker, Mrs. Paul Torgeson, Joan Aiigell, Carol Carlson, Carol Kretzingcr; Lorraine Herman, Jane Hcrtig, Rulh Lindsay, lean Marly, Marilyn Schrivcr, VInrllyn , Wagner, Kntlierine Pat- .erson ot London, Tonn., and Lois }esselhiif of Cincinnati.'Miss Ecker received gifts, including n poem by Miss Nossolhiif, .Refreshments vere sei-yed. Decbrnljoris \vercjri orchid, elloW and white. Miss; Ecker '"will, ecomc the' bride of Donald Dean ,Vnll S u n d a y ' A t 3 p. m., at Trinity l U t h c r a n ' C h u r c h . ---o-A number of steam-driven nulo- mobilcs were built before 1800. A particular :Or»aet Mmcfe.'Jo'r.;. £ particular ta.»te BREAD ABOUT 44 CAIORIES PER THIN SLICE * BAKED WITHOUT SHORTENING Wl *ri(CI " ' 11.1 S -r,u [lonor Oir. B9I IOJI, N BUTT'R TOPP PRODUCTS : , · · · _ ; . . . ' Globe-Ciuette photos b y Gifobs GOLF ; TROPHtES AWARDED--Trophies and prizes were presented lo winners of the Legion Golf Club Women's events at a party which marked the close of the season Thursday evening at the club. Above, left to right, nrc the trophy winners, Mrs. Terry Wallace, championship flight consolation winner; Mrs. George Hcnely, runner-up in the club tournament, and Mrs. Art Bowe,* club tournament champion. Below, left to right, arc the new officers of the Women's Golf Group, Mrs. Ray Crispin, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. E. H. Nordstrom, vice president, and Mrs. Ralph Connelly, president. Mrs. John Pauley presided at the meeting nt which the new officers wore introduced and the awards The Smartest COATS Are at the ason presented. Mrs. Ray Bitcon presented the nwards which went, to Mrs. Bowc, Mrs. Ucncly, Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Jim Van Heel and Mrs. Richard Hughes, winner and runner-up in the handicap tournament; Mrs/Hcnely, medalist; Mrs. Richard Hughes and Mrs. Jerry Snyder, winner nnd runner-up in the;.-first'flight of the club tournament. Mrs. E. G. Cnrty and Mrs. Howard Poshusta received prizes as winner and runner-up in tho second flight; Mrs. Stanley Smith and Miss Tcnora Bakken, winner and runner-up in the third flight; Miss Evelyn Clausen and Mrs. Mc'rlyh Parks, winner nnd runner- up in the 4th ;· flight; Mrs. Harry Roberts and Miss Ruby Wood, winner and runner-up in the 5th flight. , . ' Following the awarding of prizes, movies were shown nnd the program wns concluded with a takeoff on n style show. On the cntcr- tniiiment committee were Mrs. Merrill Varks, Mrs. Dick Hughes, Mrs. Maurice Miles, Mrs. Connelly, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Jack Sargent, Mrs. Robert Hakcnholz, Miss Mary Sheehy, Mrs. Mrs. Cnrly. Crispin nnc Ice Cream Purple Mountain Majesty Far Down to Earth Enjoymetit Few delicacies equal tho rare, rich flavor of wild , mountain blackberries grown on the fertile mountain slopes of the Pacific Northwest. These special berries -- these wild m6untainbcau- tics were chosen for their delicate, lingering flavor . . . then blended with smooth, smooth Meadow Gold Ice Cream to give you an ice cream you can, truthf.ully say is the MOST DELICIOUS YOU'VE EVER EATEN. Ask for Meadow Gold WILD MOUNTAIN . BLACKBERRY Ice Cream at your food store or fountain. Enjoy this new Flavor-of-th«-Month treat. . The Finest Sold is Meadow Gold Meadow Gold Ice The pri/.e committee was made \ip of Mrs. Connelly, Mrs. Bitcoi and Mrs. Kenneth Rhodes, In charge of the cocktail hour which preceded the dinner were Mrs Jerry Acling, Mrs. Hcnely, Mrs Van Heel, Mrs. Jack Martin am Mrs. Wallace Burns. Mrs. Join Cookman, Mrs. Howard Poshusta Mrs. Don Williams and Mrs. Sny dcr xvere on the dinner committee --o-Heimer-Loescher Wedding Is Held STACYVILLE -- Joan Loeschcr daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aloy Loescher, became the bride of Je rome Hcimer, son of Mr. and Mrs Joe Heimer of Stacyvillc at Vis itation Church. The Rev. Robert A m e n t per formed the nuptial high mass James Stau'dt was organist and th church choir sang. Allene Barthol mey w o s ' m n i d of honor. Miss Mar tha Adams of Watcrtown, Wis bridesmaid. The bridegroom wa attended by Alfred Loeschcr an Buddy Wilmer Hcimer. Following the-ceremony a wed ding dinner and r e c e p t i o n wa held at (he home of the bride's par ents for 80 guests. A wedding danc was held at the Terp ballroom a Austin with the Mansfield accordio band furnishing the music. The couple will live in Stacyvill after Sept. 1. Mr. Hcimer ha leased the Co-Op Gas station. --o-RELIEF CORPS HAS PUBLIC CARD PARTY' Women's Relief Corps sponsore a public card party Thursday eve ning at the home of Mrs. Floy Huff, 127 3rd N. W. Prizes in 50( went to Mrs. Frank Hodag an Irving Paschka and in bridge t Mrs. Edna Ladwig and Mrs. E. W Lilley, M Travelers Meet Abroad Five Mason Cityans made the trip back from Europe on the Queen M a r y which docked in New York this week, Mr. and Mrs. Wils Patton and daughter, Ann, 91G Vashingtoti N.W., Miss Ethel Eh- ers, 549 4th S.E., and Carl Holik, 415 Madison N.W. Mr. and Mrs. Palkm nnd Ann ind a reunion dinner with two thei- Mason Cityans,.Mrs. Charles !, Strickland and daughter, Mary, vhom they met in Florence, Italy. The Pattons traveled through England, Norway, Sweden, Fin- and, Denmark, Germany, Switz-' rland, Italy and France. In Fin- and, they attended the Olympic ames, and here too, they met an owan, Bill Smith of Cedar Falls, vho won a first in the wrestling matches. Besides the Olympic Games, another high point of their tour vas attending an outdoor performance of opera in the ruins at lome. The Pattons came home Thurs- lay night. Miss Ehlcrs and Mr. lolvik arrived Thursday morning. Miss Ehlcrs made hev European our with a group of educators and Hr. Holvik visited relatives in Nor- vay, as well as traveling through nine countries. Aid Has Prog ram at Meeting Immanue) Dorcas Ladies Aid me Parlors Thursday afternoon for a program with th Miriam Circle in charge. There were 23 members presen and the meeting was opened with g of the birthday song of Mrs. Hannah Olson who was observing her 95th birthday. A gift was sent to Mrs. Olson who was unable to attend the meeting. Ronald Hanson played a piano solo, "Public School March." Mrs. S. E. Peterson talked and showed pictures of the vacation trip which she and the Rev. Mr. Peterson took in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Dennis Christensen played two piano selections, "The Puppet" and "Snow Covered Chapel." Hostesses for the day were Mrs. Art O'Green and Mrs. John Ringis. Compromise Silhouet Is Style News By NADINB WALKER PAIIIS L¥i--The 1952 fall and winter silhouet as decreed by French fashion experts, is a com- romise that should suit most figures: It's neither too full nor too slim. The hems have dropped an inch or two to 12 inches from the floor, ?irst pictures of the new style creations are- b/iing released this weekend, a month after the first 'all showings in Paris. This release s set by designers here to minimize copying before the Paris fashion experts have finished their sales to Americans and other foreigners. With the U.S. Labor Day holiday in mind,_ the fashion syndicate set a Friday release date for the pictures for "only U.S. newspapers edited, sold and distributed in U S. territory and in no case whatever to foreign editions." In France and waiil only draped, vtiot beliea m, and with tummy rather bulging. Lanvin-Castillo -- "rove" silhou- et with rounded bosom, back-dipping waistline, poiif-backed skirt, Carven--"Sea Siren" line, with fintaiis on slinky mermaidsheaths. Ellen Irish Wed to Donald Craig , FOREST CITY -- Ellen Grirnm Irish, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. J, Irish, and Donald Spence Craig, son of Mrs S. G. Craig of Ridgetown, Ontaria, -were married in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Burton Smith in the Fireside room of the Immanuel Lutheran Church Mis. J. T. Peterson, church organist, played the nuptial music and accompanied the soloist, Nancy Hall of Mason City. Sally Iri^h, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Thomas Craig was the bestman. After brunch at Hotel Forester couple left on a trip to northern Wisconsin and Ontario. The bride has a B. ,A. from University o£ Iowa and her M. S. from Wisconsin University. She taught BETHLEHEM LOIS CIRCLE HAS MEETING Bethlehem Lois Circle met Thurs day evening with Mrs. Edgar Reed 122 12th N. W. Devotions were lee by Mrs. Rudy Hiller, and Mrs Reed, the circle president, con ducted the business session. A so cial hour followed. Mrs. Delber Rum me was a guest. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer am refreshments were served by the hostess. . MEETING PLANNED BY UNITY CHAPTER Unity Chapter 58, Order of the Eastern Star, .will have a statec meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., a the' Masonic Temple, with Miss Constance Gates, worthy matron presiding. A re-obligation servic for members will be conducted bj John v Morris, worthy patron. Re freshmcnts and a social hour wil follow the meeting. other countries, the release date is Saturday. , · Women who like to nip in their figures with tight belts at the waistline .will have to turn to Christian Dior this season. Nearly all the other designers leave the waist loose and low for a middy effect. Daytime necklines are modestly high in the new fashions, but they get lower and lower on cocktail, dinner and dance dresses. Dark and sober colors lead the ield this lime. Black, dark gray, rown and beige predominate, re- icved a bit by some dark reds, urples and blue-greens. Some designers, including Dior nd Givenchy, brought out winter irints for the first time. Appropri tely enough, they imitate furs for : warm look, though they're really made of silk. Even more popular arc plaids, ranging from dark, nuted ones to bold, bright ones. Rough tweeds are favorites for suits and coals. They're often rimmed with beaver or other fur collars and cuffs. Other fabrics are usurious velvets and laces. Wool Jersey is also popular. Here are some of the lines aunched by different designers: Dior--"Profile" line, usually with exaggerated hips and bust and small waist, always with a long, slim look. Schiaparelli -- "Grasshopper" SOMETHING-FRESH HAS BEEN ADDED at Limlenwood College and Pennsylvania College for Women. Mr. Craig has his B. S. from Queen's University of Kingston, Ontario, and his Ph. D. from Wisconsin University. He is employed by Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., Chalk River, Ontario. They will live in Deep River, Ontario. Bread and pastry keep well when they arc stored in the refrigerator. All leftover, cooked foods should be refrigerated as soon as they are removed from the dining table. . styles, with wing-like lapels or coat tails. Fath --"Freed" line, with the WOMEN S HEALTH PROBLEMS Here is the sort of medical information you've always wanted --for yourself and for your daughter. In the new September Ladies' Homo Journal, noted authority, Henry B. SafTord, M. D., takes seldom-discussed aspects of women's health problems out from behind closed doors and gives you tho facts. Don't miss this new series of qasy-to-read doctor-to-patient talks, Tell Mc-Doctor. Said-Flash MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED TO COUPLE DECORAH--A marriage license has been issued to Harold L. Williams, 19, Mabel, M i n n . , ' a n d Eunice J. Smith, 18, Hcsper. 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