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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa • Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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MISS PEGGY OTIS May 23. 1946 Hum City Clobf-Cuctt. Kun City. U. by the 74-woman resolutions com- ENGAGED TO WED mittee.

Mrs Julius Y. Talmadae or Decorih Announcement has Picnic Kits Available at and School been made of the engagement of Athens, president general of the DAR, and Mrs. Vinton E. Si- Never Short of Pencils Amarlllo, Texas, (UJ5 Here's a man who never needs a pencil sharpener. He's Delbert Dalby, owner of an Amarillo-Denver truck line, and his hobby is collecting mechanical pencils.

He has 922 of them each advertising a different firm. Miss Peggy uus, aaugmer oi airs. Josephine Otis of Los Angeles, and Le Boy, Minn. Dr. A.

E. Ilens-lin, Mrs. S. V. Moen, Mr.

and Mrs. H. L. Wahle were in Grand Meadow to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.

John Simonson. Robert J. Ostenson, son or Mr. and Mrs. LJovd Ostenson of De- White Artists Only Voted to Continue as Policy of D.

A. R. Atlantle City, N. (P)The Daughters of the American Revolution clapped hands and cheered Thursday when Mrs. E.

C. Denny Vann of Leonia, N. announced withdrawal of a resolution calling for deletion of a "white artists corah. The wedding will be in Two Dicnic kits maintained by the department of recreation are August The bnde-to-be atienaea Occidental college. She was a now available for organizations or groups or families having large member of Delta Omicron Tau sorority.

Before entering the army gatherings. air corps u. ostenson aitenaea One is kept at the Y. M. C.

avsson of Chicago, a delegate, that in the interest of the society the congress permit Mrs. Vann to speak. In a 2nd voice vote Mrs. Vann was given permission. She said that in view of the appointment of a special committee to study the rental contracts, her Polly Wyckoff chapter of northern New Jersey had decided to withdraw the resolution.

miss doris dewitt honored at shower A miscellaneous shower was given honoring Miss Doris DeWitt at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Theodore Diercks. There were 16 only" clause in Constitution Hall think obout and the other at the School Administration building. Reservations Iowa State college. He will enter the University of Southern California next fall.

rental contracts. Hundreds of the 2,000 delegates to the DAR's 55th Continental Congress hissed Mrs. Vann when she rose. MISS ARLENELONG HONORED AT PARTY for them may be had by calling at these offices, according to Larry Heeb, recreational director. Each kit is a sturdy, compact, wooden box easy to handle and transport, and includes the follow 7 The delegates by voice vote re i 4.

1 fused at first to allow Mrs. Vann to speak on the resolution which was reported out as unfavorable Mrs. Roy W. Myers entertained a group of friends at her home, 905 11th N. Wednesday evening at a miscellaneous shower complimenting her sister, Miss Arlene Long, whose marriage to Luke J.

Higgins will take place ing equipment: a soft ball and bat, 2 rubber playground balls, a 6-ball croquet set, a horseshoe set, and a checker set. guests including immediate relatives and friends of the bride-to-be. Mrs. Diercks was assisted by Mrs. Arthur Ball.

0 Store yo erT Last year they were loaned out 13 times and 1,172 persons used June 8. The time was spent in Sweet potatoes should be treated formally and gifts were presented on a tea wagon decorated in pink them. They were loaned mostly to large organizations. with either corrosive sublimate or commercial fungicide before they and blue. A buffet lunch was served at a table centered with a are bedded.

All Kentucky officials, before PLANS WEDDING Mrs. Betty Langerman Paulson of Hampton announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Jean, to Max J. Paulson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.

H. Paulson of Clear Lake. The wedding will take place in Clear Lake June 9. The bridegroom-elect is a veteran of 45 months service in the coast guard. 1 Pi wedding cake decorated in pink and blue with blue and white tapers at either side.

Mrs. Dwayne Hollenbeck served the cake and assuming their duties, must take an oath that they "have not fought a duel with deadly weapons, nor sent or accepted a challenge to fight a duel, nor aided or WEDS IN WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. James B. Butler of Whittemore, announce the marriage of their daughter, Anna Mae Butler, to Robert F.

Bal-low in Washington, D. at the rectory of the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows, May 11, the Rev. James King officiating. The bridesmaid was Miss Blanid Fandel, formerly of Whittemore and the bridegroom was attended by his father, Dr. Frank W.

Ballow, former superintendent of schools in Washington, D. C. The bridegroom has just returned from the south Pacific where he had served with the army for 3 years. Mr. and Mrs.

Ballow will reside in Miss Ruth Higgins poured. ROOSEVELT TEACHERS HAVE DINNER AT LAKE assisted any person so offending. Royal Doulton Wedgwood Haviland Minton Bone Ching E. T. V.


T. W. club was entertained Eggleston and Mrs. Abbie Dreibel- FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Sire Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C.

Penney Co. Phone 2272 at a May breakfast by Mrs. Oscar bis were guests of honor at a din ner given by the Roosevelt ele Ketchum, 1208 First S. Wed A aianehpajpcta nesday. Guests included Mrs.

Ernest Maxson, Mrs. Orville Colby and Mrs. H. S. Marshall.

The next meeting of the club will be with STORAGE PLUS INSURANCE 2 PER CENT of Valuation f2.50 Minimum mentary faculty at the Lake Shore hotel at Clear Lake Wednesday evening. Spring flowers centered the table and following dinner, bridge was played at the home of Mrs. A. S. Dice, with Mrs.

Esther U1AMONU3 12 EAST STATE Mrs. Lloyd Atkinson, 802 Monroe N. on June 4. Granner as hostess. High prize went to Miss Alice Campbell.

The honorees are leaving the teaching staff and each received a gut from the group. Your furs are fully protected against all danger of MOTHS, HEAT, FIRE AND THEFT while in our care! Give your furs a cold storage summer vacation! KLEN-A-GIZING 5.95 The superior method of Fur Cleaning, complete rejuvenation CALENDAR THURSDAY Grass stains on summer white clothes? HI-LEX 'em out Swift, safe sure! Baptist Y. W. A. mm I fUlfl 6:30, church.

Holv Family circle 10 a I I -a (4 isw2i uuu 7:30, Mrs. John Lansing, 147 BLEACH DISINFECTANT -11 LET 8TEVENSONS STOKE YOl'K fVM COAT CALL 484 1 15th N. W. V. F.

W. girls unit 7:30, V. F. W. home.

Bethlehem VValther league Y. W. C. A. Garden club 7:45, P.

G. E. auditorium. Trades and Labor assembly 8, Labor temple. May Fashion Values AT STEVENSONS Anchor Encampment auxiliary 8, I.

O. O. F. hall. Holy Family circle 11 lO I 1:1: I if I 4 8, Mrs.

L. Di Marco, 705 12th N. W. Holy Family circle 18 8, Mrs. Grace Wilson, 730 9th N.

E. Holy Family circle 17 8, Mrs. G. E. Weimoe, 121 11th N.

E. R. N. A. 8, Moose halL Baptist D.

O. 8, Mrs. B. J. Cooper, 528 3rd N.

E. O. T. club 8, Mrs. C.

Frederick Beck, 843 Pennsylvania N. E. FRIDAY First Christian council 1, group 2, Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 6th N. 1:30 o'clock: uroup Mrs.

E. J. Koser, 513 15th S. E. group 3, Mrs.

O. W. Ong, 123 President court: group 4, Mrs, S. M. McKee, 1428 Hampshire N.

group 6, Mrs. Ivan Barnes, 116 Kentucky S. 2 o'ciocK Mrs. John LaGasse, 209 Federal. First Methodist W.

S. C. S. 1 o'clock: Circle 6, Mrs. H.

find the jmPW MS $umme' dresses SIm i CLASSIC CASUALS AND SOFT I I DRESSY TYPES ft 'C I PRINTS, PASTELS AND I ilU "Li I STRIPES A Ul i- I COOL WASHABLE HX I FABRICS jf Hrv Summer scene stealers bright I sl A your neartI Gorgeous prints -'J 1 -J jf delicate pastels gay stripes ft 23? dazziinS wnite sophisti- viJ V. jr- f2s cated black in rayon crepes lightweight meshes washable XXT cottons cool eyelets you'll I WVl Yt nave 80 much un buying these jG 1 Jirl (u dresses (there's such a variety) I you won't know where to start! For You. all the beauty of Precious Mink in IUXUBIOIIS MINK DYED HIUUI Bahr, 326 12th N. circle 8A, Mrs. Harold Wolfe, 315 Madison N.

circle 8B, Mrs. M. E. Olson, 114 4th N. circle 9, Mrs.

H. M. Gibbs, 212 Vermont S. circle 10, Mrs. H.

H. Tirnmer-man, 24 Linden drive; circle 13B, Mrs. E. Cooper, 630 8th N. circle 15, Mrs.

B. W. Mil-lington, 236 7th N. 1:15 o'clock: Circle 1, Mrs. W.

O. Bates, 310 First S. circle 5, Mrs. T. W.

McDonald, 709 Massachusetts S. circle 7, Mrs. H. A. Kuppinger, 939 Delaware N.

circle 11, Mrs. Lloyd Peck, 203 10th N. circle 12, Mrs. M. D.

Kubicek, 1145 First S. circle 13A, Mrs. Russell Bist-line, route circle 14, Mrs. L. A.

Clay, 1619 Wilson S. W. Presbyterian Women-Postponed one week. St. John's Womanhood 2 o'clock: St Anne's guild, Mrs.

Lee P. Loomis, 320 First S. Whipple guild, Mrs. Charles E. Strickland, 8 Beaumont drive.

Joint Labor Legislative committees 7:30, Labor temple. Grant Parent Education group 5:30, school. Oweso club 6:30, Mrs. L. M.

Sweany, 3 WTil-low drive. BITS ABOUT 'EM Dr. Ward Harrison and daughter, Ann, of Brevard, N. are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

C. H. Harrison, 124 13th N. and other relatives. NOW is the time to buy because you get the first, most carefully made fur coats.

You get all the flattery of glorious mink beautifully blended into long-wearing, deep furred, full-back-skin MUSKRAT. A smart investment for years to come. We are proud of these coats becatte every single one is a superb Advance 1947 designs with flange shoulders, deep-cuffed sleeves, cardigan necklines, flare back tuxedos. In rich sable and mink blends. Sizes 12 to 20.

See our collection of of her fine furs from $89 up. PLUS 20 FEDERAL EXCISE TAX confidence Open a Charge Account at Stcycnsons -MM Miss Suzanne Senneff, daughter of Mrs. John Senneff, will participate in the annual spring horse show at St. Mary-of-the-Woods college, Saturday. Miss Senneff is a freshman and is majoring in home economics.

Mrs. Leon Woodward, 1824 S. Federal, is attending the National Congress of Parents and Teachers in session at Denver, Colo. Rlngsted Mr. and Mrs.

Ray Sandusky and 2 children of Detroit, are visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nel-sen, and other relatives here. Thsy are enroute to Washington state. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL STOKE HOUKS, :30 TO OO DAILY F2IDAT, TO 9 P.


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