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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1937
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EIGHT 'MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 4 · 1937 PEGGY SENNEFF BECOMES BRIDE OF WRIGHT PERCIVAL - ·, _!. ^____^_^__ . · ' - 1 , 400 Guests Entertained at Hanf ord Monsignor P. S. O'Connor Reads Ceremony at Rectory. The Rt. Rev. P. S. O'Connor, pastor of St. Joseph's church, officiated at the marriage of Miss Mary Margaret Sennelf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Senneff, 9 Beaumont drive, to Wright Courtney Percival, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Percival of Des Moines, which took place at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening in the St. Joseph's rectory. Ferns arid huckleberry greens banked the south window and lighted candles in tall standards and baskets of white roses, stock and snapdragons were placed on either side to form a background lor the exchange of vows. Miss Marianna Sheffler played a prelude of nuptial music while the guests, relatives and close friends of the couple, assembled. Miss Shefflei-'s selections included "To the Evening Star," "My Heart at Thy. Sweet Voice," "Because,! 1 "I Love You Truly," "Intermezzo," "Deep in ,My Heart," "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life" and "In the Luxemburg Gardens." Bride in White. "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" was played as the bridal party entered. Miss Senneff, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown designed by Madame Emily of New York and Paris, fashioned of white moire faille cul en princesse with a high neckline finished by a band of orange blossoms. The sleeves, full at the shoulders, were fitted frqm elbow to wrist and were banded at the wrist with orange blossoms. Her veil of fine white net was caught in a cap with orange blossoms. Her only ornament was a plain gold cross which her mother had given her on her twelfth birthday. During the ceremony she carried a crystal rosary, a gift of her aunt, Mrs. W. L. Bliss. Her bouquet was of white orchids, a colonial arrangements .of white orchids, freesias and lilies of the valleyl In Bridal Party. Miss Ruth Bliss, cousin of the tolde, acted as maid of ;honoi- and Shirley Percival, Jr., Des Moines, was his brother's best man. Miss Bliss was attired in a pale blue velvet gown made in princess style with long full sleeves and a square neckline. She wore a, matching -Tnli'ei' cap~oi-tlJe;' iame- material and carried a colonial bouquet of red roses, orchids, forget-me-nots and freesias. Mrs. Senneff, mother of the bride, appeared in a gown of black silk crepe with a tunic of blue sequins. She wore a blue. butterfly hair ornament and a wrist bouquet of violets and gardenias. Mrs. Percival, mother of the bridegroom, had a mulberry colored velvet gown and turban to match. She also wore a wrist bouquet of violets" and gardenias. Reception Held. Following the ceremony, a reception for more than 400 guests was held at the Hotel Hanford. The guests were received in the Wedgewood room which was festooned with southern smllax. Ferns and palms banked the windows and tall pedestals bearing bouquets of white .stock, jonquils BRIDAL PARTY IN PERCIVAL-SENNEFF WEDDING Benefit Card Party Planned for Feb. 16 to Assist Red Cross Members of the L. A. to B. of R. T. met at Moose hall Wednesday afternoon for a business session during which it was voted to have a benefit card parly to raise funds for the Red Cross. The party which will be open to the "public will be held at Moose hall Wednesday evening, Feb. 10, and the regular meeting will precede it at 7 o'clock. Committees appointed include Mrs. W. H. Ross, Mrs. O. T. An 7 derson, ticket sales; Mrs. Elizabeth Stanton, Mrs. Art Johnson and Mrs. J. H. Munson, refreshments. Each member will be responsible for a table of four. --o-HOME PROJECT GltOUP MEETS FOR LESSON Home Project workers of Owen township No. 3 and Portland township No. 7 met at the home of Mrs. Ben Hendrfckson Wednesday with 16 present. The lesson was led by Mrs. Faye Thompson and Mrs. Hendrickson. The follow-up meeting will be an all day session at the J. L. Curran home, Feb. 23. --o-MRS. M. O. DALVEY HONORED AT PARTY Twenty neighbors and friends of Mrs. M. O. Dalvey gathered at the home of Mrs. J. J. Boyle, 1424 East State street, Wednesday, for a farewell party honoring Mrs. Dalvey who is moving to Newton. Cards were played during the evening and a gift was presented to the guest of honor. A poem, which had been written for the occasion by one of the neighbors who was vinable to attend the party because of illness, was read. Delegation Chosen for Convention D. A. R. Chapter Conducts Meeting at Haynes Home. The D. A, B. m e t W e d- nesday evening at the home of Mrs. Stanley Haynes, 1023 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, for a business session and a program. Mrs. R. E. Brisbine presided during the absence of the regent, Mrs. Harry Swarner. Delegates and alternates to the state conference to be held in Des Moines in March include Mrs. Harry Swarner, Mrs. Paul Loomis, Mrs. Herbert Winter, Miss Dorothy Ransom, Mrs. W. J. Barbour, Mrs. B. F. Gabbert, Mrs. Harry Wright and Mrs. H. N. Jacoby. It was announced that the colonial tea will be held at the home of Mrs. James E. Blythe with the Rev. C. E. Flynn as speaker. Mrs. Blylhe, Mrs. Frank Curric and Mrs. Joel Hancs will be on the committee. A girls sextet from the high school chorus including Joan O'Neil, Virginia Vail, Wilma Walters, Nancy Halsor, Betty Collen and Carol Moore sang and solos were sung by Miss O'Neill, Miss Halsor, Miss Moore and Miss Walters. A reading was given by Miss Walters. Mrs. Volriey Hanscn led the lesson on Amelia Earhart Putnam. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Hanseii and Mrs. Haynes. and acacia were placed about the The bride's table was spread with an ivory satin cloth edged with a deep silk fringe. The Dride's cake surrounded by tiny bouquets of lilies of the valley and sink bouvardia, formed the centerpiece arid at either end were and _ and freesias. White silk cords tied to pedestals which were used to rope iff the end of the room where the aridal table was arranged were removed before the bride cut her Papers in silver candelabra roses, snapdragons white Receiving Line. In the 'receiving line with the aridal party. were Mr. and Mrs.- Senneff, parents of the,bride; Mr. We Left Moines, the bridegroom, Mrs. .Percival, formerly Mary Margaret Senneff, and Miss Ruth Bliss, cousin of the bride, the maid of honor. (Photo by Floyd Merideth Wrightj and Mrs. Percival, parents of the bridegroom; Miss Patsy Percival of Des Moines, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. John Senneff, Jr., brother and sister-in- law oE the bride. Janan Wimmer, the women's cloakroom. In Assisting Group. Friends who assisted during the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. -B. A. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bryant, MeGruder, Jr., all of Des Moines. Mr. -and Mrs. A. P. Healcy. Britt, Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Westly o£ Manly, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roeder, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. arranged for dancing and George i Shuey's orchestra from Ames pro- ' vided the music. Assisting in receiving the guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bliss, Miss Mary McGruder and Mr. and Mrs. David Temple, all relatives of the bride. Bob Bliss had charge of the men's cloakroom and Miss yes. Spry Mixes TWICERS FAST- GIVES THE LIGHTEST CAKES EVER is Spry WHAT MAKES YOUR PASTRY SO DELICIOUS TOO? MOMS MADE A BANANA CAKE-YUM.. HEUO, JUNIOR. SVHV THE SMILES? AND DADDY, MOMMY LET" ME MIX THAT CAK6 ALL BY MYSELF. IT'S EASY \VITH Spry CKISPIHST FRIED FOODS AND EVERYTHING IS SO DIGESTIBLE YOU M«6 A\6 HUNGRY-LEAD ME TO THAT CAKE/ BANANA CAKE $£ cup Spry H teaspoon salt ^ teaspoon Rmtcd lemon rind · 1 cupeiijar 2 C2RS. unbeaten Combine Spry, ealt and lernon rind. Add augur gradually and crcnm until light and fluffy. (Easy aa can be will triplf trtatpeJSpry.) AcideKRS. one at a time, beatitiH thoroughly after each addition. Sift flour and baking powder together 3 limea- Add small amounts of Hour to creamed mixture, alternately within tit, beat! ntr after each a ddltion until smoot h. Pour batter Into two B-inch layer pans greased with Spry. No wonder Spry cakes arc light and even-grained, tvuh a fine, fluffy baiter Hke thisl Bate in moderately hot oven f75* F.) 25 minutes. Spread Creamy Banana Frosting' on one layer and arrange banana slices on top. Place second layer on top and spread frosting on top and sides of cake. CREAMY BANANA FROSTING 2 tablespoons Spry i tablespoon butter ^teaspoon salt H t ea*E»on era ted lemon rin d 3 cu ps rifted confectioners' sugar ] large banana, mashed 3 tablespoons scalded cream (about) Combine Spry, butler, salt and gmted lemon rind, and blend. Add J-5 cup sugar xndu.iEIy. creaming well- Add masEicd banana and blend. Add remainingsus^r, alternately with cream, braling until smooth anil creamy and Miff enough to tprcad. Like all frost in RS made with Spryv this krrps beautifully freJh. Makes enough frosting to cover tops and sidu of two S-inch layers. NEW WAYTO MAKE easier, tastes better, costs less ·v TO LONG hard beating to cream made with far more expensive jL\ your shortening, no stirring shortening--and the Spry cake and stirring to getyouringredients wins! Try Spry for flakier pastry, to blend. Trfple-creamri! Spry gives a light, fluffy batter in no time--a too -- crisper, tastier fried foods, so digestible a child can eat them. cake of velvety smoothness, won- Get a can of Spry, the purer ALL- derfulflavor.Compareitwithcakes vegetable shortening, today. The new, purer « M. *" 3-n.cans ALL-vegeta b Ie shortening .- TRIPLE-CREAMEDI IM RUNNING TO GET MOM MORE Spry. SHE ALWAYS BUYS THE 3-tB. CAN. SAYS IT SAVES MONtY Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Duffield, Mr. and Mrs. -urtis Amen, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Osmundson, Dr. and Mrs. M. D. VtcMichael, Mr. and Mrs. Hichard Forney, Mr. and Mrs. Hanford MacNider, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Abel, Mr. and Mrs. Howard O'Leary. Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Stoddard, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lovell, Mr. and VIrs. John Cabanis, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arthur,' Mr. and Mrs. Lee P. loomis, Mi-, and Mrs. A. H. Kohl, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Gould, Mr. and Mrs. John Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Egloff, Dr. and Mrs. Sieve O'Brien and Hugh Shepard also assisted with the guests. Leave on Cruise. Following . the reception, Mr. Percival and his bride left for New York where they will be at the Waldorf Astoria unlit Feb. 12 when they will sail on (he Transylvania for a West Indies, cruise. Their trip will include Havana, Kingston and Bermuda. For travel the bride is wearing a tailored grey gabardine suit with grey accessories. After March 1, they will be at home at 3202 Ingersoll avenue until their new home is built. Mr. Percival is" associated with his father in the Green Foundry and Furnace Works in Des Moines. He is a graduate of Lake Forest academy, Lake Forest, III., and attended., the University of Iowa where he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. Th; bride is a graduate of Ihe Mason City high school and the University of Iowa and attended St. Mary-of-thc-Woods college at St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind., and the American Academy of Dramatic Art in New York. She is a mernber'of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Amone the Guesis. Among the distinguished guests at the reception was Monsignor O'Connor, who wore the purple robes of the papal household of which he is a member. Other guests were Suzanne, Jack and Tom Senneff, niece and nephews of the bride, and Patsy Temple, her cousin. Out of town guests who had been invited included Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Percival and son, Shi.-Iey, Jr., and daughter, Patsy, Des Moines,. Miss Mnry Taylor, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. William Hiloy and daughter, Mary Frances, DCS Moines; Mrs. Byers and Jack Bycrs, Mrs. Mary Penn, Mrs James Burrows, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Manley, Miss Elizabeth Allen, David Cogswell, Mr. and Mrs. , J. T. McGruder and John man, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stillman, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, all of Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil P. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. "Rudolph Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senneff, and children, Patsy, Jean and Jackie, all of Britt; Miss Myra Kelly of Los Angeles, Miss Lorraine Kelly, Rockwell; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Loth of Fort Dodge, Dr. and Mrs. David O. Holman of Nora Springs, Mi 1 , arid Mrs. Wayne Ferris, Dr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Inglis, and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bromwell, all of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Thompson, Dudley Weible, all of Forest City; Ford Barclay of Chicago, Miss Mabel Donahoe of Ponca City, Okla., former" SI. Mary-of-the- Woods college roommate of the bride; Donald Bruce of Perry, Miss Catherine Curtiss of Blairsburg, Floyd Ensign of Manly, and Miss Jean Lovell, who had arrived home from Chicago in time fox the wedding festivities. --o-Recovery is here. When people slop cussing the rich, they again have reasonable hope of riches.- Davenport Times. Smarter Styles, Better Quality for Less--Since 1920 eoUHTESY AND SATISHAeTION WITH EVERY PURCHASE It's Time to Change to One of These New Silk BLOUSES $2.95 Here is everything that makes for a good silk shirt -- good ' tailoring --- fine quality silk--good colors. r TYROLEAN SWEATERS From snoorf peasant ancestry comes these sweaters, with new style collars, cuffs and sleeves. Bright yarn floral designs. All colors and sizes. Priced 4 OS on " at . . «j8Jl»3rSJ up "SEE YOU TOMORROW" HOW I WISH SPRlWS WOULD COME--SO I COULD GET THESE DINCV/ " ~ " ' " "" OUT IN YARD HO, HO ; THOSE CLOTHES ARE ACTUALLY Aii/sry-THEY've HUNG INSIDE SO LONG, UNSH1NE! A FEW MINUTES LATER OH,THATS ON EOF THOSE GRANULATED "SOAKING" SOAPS. BUTARENY THEy TERRIBLY HARSH ? I TRIED ONE ONCE AND !T PRACTICALLY "ATE UP" THE CLOTHES. THIS IS A NEW KINO THE IVORY SOAP PEOPLE MAKERS SAFE AS CAN BE. YET IT GETS CLOTHES WHITE f.5 SNOW.' ANO OXYDOL V ACTUALLY SEEMS I TO BRIGHTEN S COLORS INSTEAD OF FADE THEM. / JUST LOOK HOW '- ITS AMAZING/THE WASHER'S BEEN GOING NO TIME AT ALL--AND THE/RE Layer/ WHITE. NEW SOAP CALLED OXyBOL.THAT WILL BRIGHT THIS PRINT PRESS IS-AND I'VE WASHED - IT scones OF TIMES. ^y r^'^ww^. '"GREAT scon-\^ ANP WE WHAT A CHANGE.' I \WHITE. AND SMELL SO FEEL JUST LIKE A / FRESH-THANKS TO OXYOOL! PAY IN JUNE! GUARANTEED! CLOTHES 4 TO 5 SHADES WHITER Even Though They Hang Inside All Winter Long · It's true! Try Oxydol and sec your winter washes 4 to 5 shades whiter . . . have them smell fresh and sweet as a day in June! Oxydol is a new, improved granulated soap developed by the makers of gentle Ivory and works on an utterly new principle. It is the result of a formula which makes mild, gentle soap 2 to 3 limes whiter-washing than less modem soaps, by actual test. And--a patented process which makes it far Jailer acting. Oxydol does these four amazing things. (1) Soaks out dirt in 15 minutes, without scrubbing or boiling. Even grimy neckbands wash snowy white with a gentle rub. (2) Cuts washing time 25% to 40% in tub or machine. (3) Gets white clothes 4 to 5 shades whiter, proved by scientific Tintometer tests. (4) So safe that every washable color comes out sparkling, brilliant, fresh. End gray winter washes forever--get Oxydol from your dealer today! TESTED AND APPROVED BY GOOD HOUSEKEEPING INSTITUTE t/it NEW ·m-SCKUfl-NO-BOIL'i LAUNDRY SOAP r»,,rl REALLY SAFE -/· _,__.,,_ , ,, Jr = ***^iE 1 -~' ;nr *irt t^^«^^rt^^ : V^^irtKi/ u a»^^'* 7 ' 1 '' · . ' . ' '·

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