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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 15, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 15 ?H 1937 SEVEN CANDLELIGHT NUPTIAL SERVICE HELD AT ST. JOHNS Ruth Irons Married to E.A.Hayes Couple to Make Home in Mount Pleasant After Trip South; Gleaming with the lights from many candles, St. John's Episcopal church was the scene of the marriage of Miss Ruth Anita Irons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Irons, 124 Fourth street northwest, and Ernest A. Hayes, son of Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Hayes of New London Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead of Winona, Minn., formerly of Mason City, and the Rev. Clarence P., Parker, rector of St. John's officiated. White snapdragons and slock and long boxes ot white primroses and hyacinths decorated the chancel. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Morris Laird played, "My Hear; at Thy S«'eet Voice" from "Samson and Delilah" by Saint Saens, "I Love Thee" by Grieg, "Meditation" from "Thais" by Massanct and "Liebestraum" by Liszt. Miss Ellen Smith sang Schubert's "Ave Maria" during the exchange of vows with Don Sobieske, Don Kunz, 'John Watson Moore and Dick Holman providing a musical background. Camllcbearers Enter. The entrance ot tlic bridal par- ly was m a r k e d - b y "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin." Twenty-live candlebcarers vested in cnssocks and cottas entered carrying while .five branch holders twined with smilax in which were placed lighted tapers. They stood in the center aisle of the Optical Service Thorough eye exam- · millions should lie a yuarly habit. Smith Opticol Co. - " 2 1 EAST STATE ' church to form'an avenue of light for the bridal procession. The bride was met at the altar by Mr. Hayes and his best man, LaMar Hoaglin of Mount Pleasant. The candlebearers included Duanne Young, Jr., Clarion; Gene Tallman, Creston; Edward and Warren Hayes, Mount Pleasant; Kenet Pearce, Jimmy Morse, Ray Clough, Jr., Harold Heneman, Bob Campbell,-Bob. Bliss, John James, Bill Blackmore, John Gilmore, Otis King, Bari-pn Boyd, Ehos Lloyd Jones, David Shipley, William Butler, Jr., Roger Pedelty, Bob Liebencforfer, George GHz, Dean ,Huxtable, Frank Conway, Harold Grier and Dick Price, all of Mason City. The procession was led by the ushers, Robert Irons of Mason City; John Whitley o£ Minneapolis; Eugene McCoid and Marrin Patterson of Mount Pleasant, senior ushers, and Kelly Wodtke, Cedar Rapids; Carter B. Ward of St. Johnsbury VI., Ralph Miller ot Hillsboro and Leslie Johnson of Sheridan. Wyo., junior ushers. Attired in Yellow. Following them came the junior bridesmaids who were attired alike in yellow taffeta gowns made with rolled necklines, high in front and cut to. a V in back. Their skirts were ruffled and their blue taffeta sashes were matched by the trimmings on their hats which were of the same material as their dresses. They carried premier roses, yellow freesias and white sweet peas in a colonial arrangements. The junior bridesmaids were Miss Jean Wodtke of Cedar Rapids; Miss Helen Margaret Carter "of Danville; Miss R u t h Ann Irons and Miss Domini 1-Iaynes of Mason City. , Fuchsia colored taffeta gowns were worn by the senior bridesmaids, who included the Misses Eleanor Irons and Mary Gould of Mason City, Mrs. Lester Ahrcns of Osage and Miss Mary Winslow of Cedar fiapids. The gowns were made with fitted bodices having Peter Pan collars and rhinestone clasps with a short peplum flaring out over the hoop skirts. Their hats were ot matching material and they carried colonial bouquets of white freesias, yellow roses and forgel-me-nots. Matron of Honor. Mrs. John Whitley of Minneapolis, the matron of honor, wore a turquoise taffeta gown made like the senior bridesmaids' gowns and she carried talisman roses. Directly preceding the bride were four flower girls, Dody Weslon and Joyce Baumgartner of Mason City and Martha and Carol Hayes of Mount Pleasant. They wore long white satin frocks and white poke bonnets and carried nosegays ot white sweet peas and white freesias.- The bride who entered" with her father was attired in a white satin gown made with a Queen ·"*-, B.0f HAS NO FAVORITE AND NO FAVORITE HAS SO'B.O."S THE REASON I'M ALWAYS LEFT OUT OF THINGS. OH, DORIS, I'M SO ASHAMED CAROL, DEAR, ( ^ ANYONE MAY HAVE "^ B.O."..THAT'S WHY IT'S BEST TO PLAY SAFE, TO USE LIFEBUOY AND 1 THOUGHT IT WAS BECAUSE MY SKIM LOOKS 50 DRAB AND ' TIBED LIFEBUOYS DEEP- CLEANSING, GENTLE LATHER IS GRAND FOR SKIM,TOO! YOU SEE, THE SAME PURIFYING INGREDIENT IN LIFEBUOY LATHER WHICH STOPS "B.O." ALSO MAKES THE SOAP MILDER. USE IT \ REGULARLY \ AND SEE. YOUR COMPLEXION IMPROVE) THIS IS THE MOST MARVELOUS SOAP! MY BODY ACTUALLY TINGLES WITH / ' "B.o:60NE_CflRC)L'S A REflL FAVORITE COME ON, DONT FORGET /-sue Tmrwi -^ CAROL/THIS IS ME.CAROL /IT FEELS GRAND MY DANCE! I (TO BE A FAVORITE.' NO,ITS MINE f I'LLNEVERUSE / ' V ANY OTHER SOAP BUT LIFEBUOY HE LQVES MY SKIN THANKS TO LIFEBUOY b ·OR YOUR own sate as well as for His, Lifebuoy! The soap with the special 1 keep your skin clear, imoorli, ghm- purifying ingredient keeps you dainty orous... Cleanse your face regularly with beyond question, keeps your skin fresh- lifebuoy's gentle, insistent lather. It feeling, peps you up. penetrates,removes dire and waste from the very depths of youc pores, helps proteccyour skin's youth... For Lifebuoy is as mild ai it is thotough--Tests on all types of skins prove it is over 20% m i l d e r than m a n y so-called "hcauty soaps" and "baby soaps' 1 . Don't forget: Bachc regularly with Mendelssohn's Recessional March Rang Out Elizabeth collar, long sleeves and a full skirt elongating in a train. Her veil of rose point lace over tulle fell from a pearl and orange blossom trimmed coronet and she carried a shower o£ while orchids, gardenias and lilies of the valley. Three pages, Lester Ahrens of Osage and Harold and Robert Hayes of Wilmctle, III, wearing white linen suits, carried her train. In Ucccivinp; Line. A reception at the Hotel l l a i i ford followed the ceremony, hi the receiving line were the bride's parents, the bridegroom's mother and the bridal parly, assisted by Mrs. Richard Davey. the bride's grandmother, and Miss Elizabeth Graves. Mrs. Irons wore a rust colored lace gown and a corsage of talisman roses. Mrs., Hayes appeared in a black gown and her corsage was of yellow roses and white freesia while Mrs. Davey wore black and had a corsage of yellow roses and lavender sweet peas. A string sextet from the high school, under the direction of Miss Mar.jorie Smith, played during the receiving hours. Entertainment also included dances by Ellen Moore and Maxine Sutherland and vocal numbers by Miss Ellen Smith who sang "At Dawning" by Cadman, "Indian Love Call" by Film! and "I Love You Truly" by Bond. Miss Marjorie Smith played a violin obligate for the last selection. At Bride's Tpblc. Refreshments were served at the private dining room which was decorated with white tapers, baskets of white snap dragons and palms. The bride's table was centered with the bride's cake surrounded by white sweet peas and calla lilies. On the bridegroom's table were red roses and tapers. Mrs. Dean Schooler of DCS Moines, Mrs. Joh'n Shipley and Mrs. Julia Shipley Potts presided at the bride's table and Mrs. R. B. Irons, Mrs. Frank Pearce and Mrs. Sumner White at the bridegroom's table. ' v · Assisting- at lite bride's (able were Mrs. Harry Page, Mrs. Roy Bosworth, Mrs. Frank Carrinsloii, Mrs. Griffith Wodtke of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Carl Snyder and Mrs. .1. C. Stodclard. Those assisting at the bridegroom's table were Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley, Mrs. Carl A. Parker, Mrs. R. W. Baumgartner, Mrs. E. G. Morse, Mrs. W. P. Merkel, Mrs. Stuart Grummon and Mrs. J. D. Nichols. Serving Bridal Party. In a group chosen to serve the bridal party were Mrs. Draper Long, Mrs. Richard Romey and the Misses Betty and Jannn Wimmer, Sheila McPeak, Sara Senior, Ruth ROUGH-DRY A Most Economical Laundry Service Everything washed and dried; those pieces that need it, starched; all flatwork ironed; leaving only the finer pieces for y o u to handle. Shirts finished at only lOc extra. A Service You'll Appreciate PHONE 788 ·ielen Stuntz Bride . of William Johnson GREENE -- William Johnson, on of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Johnon, a n d ' Miss Helen Slunlz, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold ^, Stuntz, all of Greene, were Yiarried Feb. 12 by the Rev. I'. A. Munneke, pastor of the local Tesbyterian church, at the home £ the bride's parents, 2 miles Qutheast of Greene. Mrs. Mable Johnson, sister ot he bridegroom, and Rudolph Schwartz were their attendants. Mrs. Johnson is a graduate of he local-public schools, and at- ended Teachers college at Cedar ·'alls. Mr. Johnson is also a gradu- ite of the local schools. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. fohnson will be at home on the arm of. the bride's parents, vtarch 1. --o-T. JOSEPH'S P R O G R A M N CHARGE OF FATHERS The progr.Trr. for iht February \eeting of the Parent-Teachers .ssociation of St. Joseph's parish vill be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, with the fathers in charge of the program. William jatimer was selected as chairman 'or this meeting. The Rev. John -. Weinccke, Cedar Falls, will be he speaker of the evening. Father Weinecke, who has had many years ot Boy Scout work, will talk on "The Boy Scout Movement." There will also be a short irogram consisting ot songs by ,arry Reardon and Grace Marie Syan and two dance numbers by Mvin and Colleen Bartholomew me! a group of girls from St. Joseph's will also dance. This act :onsists ot Laura Jane Kclley, Sleannr McLaughlin, Mary Evc- yn Hughes, Marian Coonan and Mary Ann Hayes. --o-- PLYE-SAYLOK HAMPTON--The marriage of Miss Dora Fern Saylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Saylor of Hampton, and Delmer U. Pylc son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Pyle o £ iampton, took place Sunday at he home of the bride's parent The Rev. C. S. Kleckner, pastor of the Church of Christ, per- .ormed the ceremony in the presence of immediate relatives and .ricnds. They wil make their home on a farm near Hampton. Ann O'Neil, Joan Gilmore, 'Marjorie Brown, Rosamond Webster, .Mary Jane Pauley, Betty Hakes, Odette Stoddard, Elene Boom- hou'er, Barbara Clougli, Irene Holman, Kalhryn Kohl, Margaret Rule and Eleanor McLaughlin. Those who assisted at the reception were Mrs. Channing Da- Idn, Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Homey, Miss Margaret Bagley, Mrs. G. E. Harrison, Mrs. Carleton Stewart,.Miss Tommy D. Priest, Miss Elizabeth Graves, Mrs. Hughes Bryant, Miss Holman, Miss Kohl, Miss Rule and 'Miss McLaughlin. Assisting at the wedding and processional at the church were Mrs. B. Raymond Weslon, Miss Prie.sf, Miss Frances Fnrstcr, Miss H e l e n Fullerton. M i s s M a r y Snook, Miss Thaycr R a n d a l l , Miss Dorothy GHz,. the Misses Lucille and Louise Pierce, Dean S. L. Rugland nnd Volney Hansen. Music For Dancing:. Cec Hurst's orchestra from Minneapolis played for dancing following the reception. Baskets *of white stock, and narcissus and palms and ferns decorated the Wedgewood room and the lobby of the hotel and candles burned in the windows. Mr. Hayes and his bride left on a wedding trip south and for travel (he bride is wearing a three piece gold and brown lustcrtonc s u i t with n swagger l e n g t h coat Irimmcd with fur, n fitted .suit jacket and s k i r t . Her accessories are dark brown and she wore an orchid corsage. T h e i r . i t i n e r a r y will include St. Louis, Jacksonville, Palm Beach and Miami, Fla. From Miami they will fly on the Pan American Clipper to Cuba, returning to Key West by boat. They will go back to Miami, up the west coast to Tampa s-i St. Petersburg and over to iiew Orleans before returning to Iowa to make their home at Mount Pleasant where Mr. Hayes is president and treasurer of the Centra! States Mutual Insurance association. Iowa Wcsleyan. Mr. Hayes attended Iowa Wesleyan college and Washington university at St. Louis. He has his master's degree and is a member of Sigma Pi Epsilon fraternity. The bride who has been hear! of the Mason C i t y high school dramatic department, attended Milwaukee Downer college ami has her B. A. degree from the University of Imva where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She took collegiate work at the University of Southern California, the Pasadena Playhouse and the Max Factor studio and recently completed a .semester's work on her master's degree at the University of Iowa. Out of Town Guests. Out of town guests at the wedding included Mrs. Margaret Hayes of New London, mother of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carter of Danville; Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Hayes and family of Mount Pleasant; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hayes and sons of Wilmctle, III.: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schack and Mrs. Ferrel ot New London; Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wilson and family, Mount .Pleasant; The upper picture shows Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Hayes turning to leave the altar of St. John's Episcopal church where they had just spoken, their nuptial vows Saturday evening. The. wedding was performed by the Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead of Winona, Minn., left, and the Rev. Clarence Parker, right, standing in back of the couple. Lined up before them are the candlebearers, the flower girls and the bridesmaids. Jn the lower picture, left to right, in the back row are Carter B. Ward of St. Johnsbury, VI., Leslie Johnson of Sheridan. Wyo.' Robert Irons o'f Mason Cilj', John Whilley ot Minneapolis, LaMar Hoaglin, Eugene McCoid and Marvin Petterson, M o u n t Pleasant, Ralph Miller, Hillsboro. 3n the front row, left to right, arc Miss Jean Wodtke, Cedar Rapids, Miss Ruth Ann Irons, Mason City, Miss Mary Winslow, Cedar Rapids, Miss Eleanor Irons, Mason City, Mrs. John Whitley, Minneapolis, Miss Mary Gould, Mason City, Mrs. Lester Ahrens, Osage, Miss Helen Margaret Carter, Danville, and Miss Domini Haynes, Mason City. (Upper Picture by Lock, Lower by Floyd Merideth W right! Mr. and Mrs. George Elliott, Ncu- London; Mr. and Mrs. G r i f f i t h Wodtke, Judge and Mrs. J o h n Grimm, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Nonna Inglis, Hampton. C m l i s Fi-iesncr and Charles Heneman, Minneapolis; Joan Gilmore; Frances Shinier college, Mount Carroll, III.! Barbara Clough, Stephens college, Columbia, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Dean, Schooler, Des Moines; William Rae, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. William Burns, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ahrens, Osage. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NORTHWOOD -- Marriage licenses of the past week were issued to Jack Lash and Marguerite Badding, both of Minneapolis; Joseph Clomas and Frances Goclz, both of St. Paul; Vincent J. Ryan and Cocile Hill, Minneapolis' Harry O'Neal and Mac V. Thompson, both of Freeborn county, Minn.; H. E. Lohman, Minneapolis', and Mildred Moc, Manly. --o-COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES AT ALGONA ALGONA--Only two marriage licenses were issued in Kossuth county the past week. They were to Joseph J. Ramus, 26, Algeria, and Mabel Agnes Noone, 17, Irvington; Maurice L. Bilsbough, 26, and Vernelle L. Zwiefel, 22, both of Titonka. --o-Will Be Given Tuesday. .AREDALE--The program which was to be given Friday night was postponed u n t i l Tuesday. Roads in Ihis vicinity were drifted full. Many roads were cleared Friday for the first since the snow of last week. Birthday Parties for Geraldine Mohi Geraldine LaMcta Mohi', 81 North Federal avenue, celebrated her birthday with a series oi parties, beginning with one Friday when 'the members of her class in school were entertained. On Saturday a theater party and progressive luncheon was given at which six of her friends, were guests and on Monday she celebrated with her brother, Robert, whose birthday is on the same day as hers, Feb. 15, although he is twice as old as she is. The parly. Monday was givci at her home. --o--· GKOVK-KOHEJ.En NEW HAMPTON--Miss Veva Koehler, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Chris Koehler, and Clarence O. Grove, son of Mr. and Mrs Gilman O. Grove, all of Ne\ Hampton, were married in thv. Little Brown church in the Vale at Nashua Feb. 11. The couple was attended by Miss Ruby Koehler sister of the bride, and A. Var Benschoten of Marble Rock. They will live on a farm near here. --o-- IIARIUS-GRUIS TITONKA--Herman H a r m s n T i t n n k a and Miss Wyona Gnus n Buffalo Center were married bi the Dnv. C a l v i n Schnuckcr. Mr and Mrs. Harm:; w i l l begin housekeeping on a f a r m the first o March. Children's Colds ^@» Yield quicker to double action of ST A | N L E S S^npwi ANOTHER BIG EVENT AT DAMON'S COMING SOON! Handicraft Department Ends Year Woman's Club Group Plans Social Event as Conclusion. Members of the Woman's club handicraft department will have Hie last meeting oi the year Tuesday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. when activities begun during the season will be completed. Tea will be served from 4 to 5 o'clock by the committee to those \vlu are interested in the work. Members of Uie handicraft committee are Mrs. W.- Earl Hall, chairman; Mrs. Lester Armsti-ong, Mrs. Lee P. Loomis, Mrs. A. J. Feeney, Mrs. L. L. Forbes, Mrs. J;ij' Beck, Mrs. C. L. Marston, Mrs. H. S. Bcemcr, Mrs. Charles Grippen, Mrs. B. F. Weston and Mrs. E. G. Larson. During the year the department has completed projects in metal- craft, hand weaving, chair-caning, raffia, knitting, crocheting, needle- cralt, decoration of; glass and wooden articles. HOUSEWARMINGS HELD AT TOWNERS .Mr. and Mrs. Herve Towner entertained friends at two parties over the week-end marking the opening of their new home at 108 Linden drive. Sunday afternoon they held open house from 3 lo G o'clock when about 50 friends called and on Friday evening they were hosts to 24 guests at a housewarming. The guests inspected the new home and later bridge was played and refreshments served. 11EBEKAH CIRCLE PLANS CARD PARTY Rebekah circle will sponsor a card party at 2 o'clock Tuesday at the I. O. O. F. hall with Mrs. Esther Meeker, Mrs. C, Jones, Mrs. Grace Trevitt, Mrs. S. Bemis, Mrs. Fred Warner nnd Mrs. Mary Waits 011 the committee. ADDITIONAL SOCIETY ON PAGE ELEVEN SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 19ZO C^f^f t f ltr» tOURIESV AND SATlSFAflllOH WITH EVERY PURCHASE/ New Arrivals by Louise Original Modeb Found Exclusively at Lundberg's Ask to See Them. You'll want to see them on you . . . and all the other new silks, prints and kashas. Don't wait, but come in as soon as you can, Sizes 11 to 17. 95 and better "See You Tomorrow" I Domestic Science f | Teachers Please Readj § To help you and your classes, we now offer 100 lucky, § | low cost recipes that any class can bake successfully. = S Drop us a line--tell us how many sets you can use. = H Absolutely no cost or obligation of any kind. | S I1ATK NOT OflAXGK HltKAIl M = 2 cups sifted TOWN CRIEH ^ f l o u r t£ 1 teaspoon salt. - R 2 cups sour milk or buttermilk ts cup molasses cup llales cup nnt,4 , - Grated rind of 1 oranse = - teaspoon soda · * -- 2 teaspoons baking: powder = ?i cup augur = 2 cups sraham flour = nn, t ,/'°A' r ;rf a1 ^ 5°? a ' bal \ Jn B powder ana sujrar tosctHcr. Add (rrajiam = Hour, clioppcd dates and nuta and grated rind. To well beaton ecr s add aour milk ana molosacs. Combine wet and dry l ni rrcdlonta foSr H !,,, ° ne large or two 3 «"ill well greased bread pans. Allow to stand - -0 minutes. Bake in a moderate oven (350 rioferees p. ahout IS mln- 2 utca for small loaves and about 75 minutes for one la^e loaf. W Lutky pnxe-wirmin», low CM! recFp.. if you .end aV your jrroc.r'. namc » ni | »Jdrcn to Town Critr Fl our 1100 Doird of Trade fliiildini, Kanfas Cilr, Mii.miri

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