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10 Sept. 12, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE I WACs Visit Paris Style Showings By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Newsfeatures PARIS At the first well attended fashion openings here, the salons have played host to many-English designers, fashion writers of all nations and groups of WACs who admire the clothes, as well as GIs who discuss the mannequins. Paquin emphasizes shoulder lines by important use of the yoke in innumeraDie ways. In contrast, Lucien Lelong's em phasis is on the draped front hip line. Paquin's suits, afternoon and evening dresses have interest concentrated on neck yokes and berthas by use of contrasting ma terial and by outlining wide shoul der line with metal embroidery. Skirts are full with pleated front and back. Fur skins decorate dresses and suits. Seal, beaver, silver fox and less costly pelts appear. as patch pockets and tiny collarsVelvet is used for collar, belt and pocket trimming. Nipped-in natural waistlines and suit jackets that fall well below the hipline form the theme. Street dress lengths are just below the knees. Raglan and dolman sleeves are shown and modified leg o'mutton sleeves are used in afternoon dresses. A pastel green tweed suit car ries. sheared beaver cuffs reaching above the elbow and giving the appearance of gauntlets Paquin, like Lelong, is lining many coats with fur and putting quilted silk and satin . linings of brilliant hue in others.' But while Paquin sticks, to the slim bodice, . wasp waist and flaring skirts in most coats, Lelong is deliberately giving many coats a bulky look Spectators are. .impressed . by Paquin's unusual odd color combinations. A rich hostess gown of emerald green bodice has a flow , ing skirt of red-purple and is caught at the waist by a garnet red belt and a front held by deep red garnet buttons. Purples and browns dominate his collection, just, as black is the primary color in Lelong's. Women with tiny waists are the only ones who will have an easyi time in Molyneux clothes. While his collection is not as dramatic as some, he emphasizes the impor- ' " ' 11 """ " ii: ' . :-:::.'-- - i rfv-S. i k i TO LEAVE FOR WEST Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Tanner will leave Friday for the west coast where Mr. Tanner, AOM 2c, will report. Mr. Tanner and Miss Beverly Keller, daughter of Mrs. Mary Stone, 519 17th S. E., were married Sept. 5 at a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Lloyd Gustafson in the First Methodist parsonage. The bride was attended by Miss Mildred Curry and Francis L. Tanner was the bestman. The bride wore a melon colored crepe dress and a corsage of gardenias. The bridesmaid was attired in a yellow 2-piece dress. The bridegroom, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Tanner, 15 Monroe S. W., returned to the United States about a month ago from Attu after an absence of almost 2 years. (Frank Free photo). from loss cf nnrs Mb Girls r Women ! n you lose so mucn during monthly periods that you feel weak, "dragged out"thls may be due to low blood Iron. So- try Lycna E. PinKham's tabiet3 one of toe best home ways to help build up red blood in such cases. Plnkrmm's Tablets are one of the great est blood-Iron tonics yau, can buy. Follow label directions. frdiaEPinkham'sTAQIOfS tance of the silhouette with smooth, sophisticated understanding. Shoulders are square without exaggeration. Bodices are form fitting and pockets of all types are important. But where only one trend is noticeable in each of the other large collections, a wide variety of styles is shown in the Molyneux models. One interesting note is the use of flat fur such as leopard cat and sheared lamb for full-length coats with sharply contrasting use of bulky fur such as skunk or opossum. His skirts are shorter, generally, than those of the other collections. Most of them are full with pleats except one slim, straight model similar to a Lelong specialty of the season. One of the most striking models in the collection is an angora wool housecoat with huge dolman sleeves striped brilliant orange. And if couturiers have anything to say about hats they are going to be small, even though many of them are high. Feathers are in as well as all other types of trimming and there are just as many brims as. pillboxes in the collections. 2 drops in each nostril shrink membranes, cold stuffed nose opens. Caution: TJseonly as directed. PENETRO NOSE DROPS . :.;.t a WV 1 ' 1XSPIRATI0J forth( wonderful new season ahead with exciting eye-interest in the slim, gorgeously gored skirt, sparkling bejeweled buttons and new soft details. A Klafter & Sobel Original in fine rayon crepe . " wonderful colors are Autumn's favorites its 19.95 EXCLUSIVE WITH US Betty Lou Myers, Rufus Moellers Say Vows at West Union West Union In a double ring ceremony performed Wednesday by the Rev. Clarence Drummy in St. Mary's Catholic church, at Waucoma, Miss Betty Lou Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Myers, Waucoma, became the bride of Rufus Moellers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Moellers, Ossian. Miss Phyllis Balk, Waucoma, played the wedding marches and accompanied Harry Lynch, who sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Joan Deeny, Chicago, was maid of honor, and Miss Margaret Moellers, Ossian, sister of the bridegroom, bridesmaid. Euranus Moellers, Ossian, attended his brother as best man, and Gene Meyer, Waucoma, was usher. Following the ceremony, the wedding breakfast was served in the home of the bride s parents. Assisting in serving were Misses Alice Boeding, Lawler; Leona Geiling, Elsie Geiling, Ossian; Do ris Tomasek, Lucille Hageman and Barbara Riha, Waucoma. A wedding dance is being held at the Inwood pavilion at Spill ville Wednesday evening. They plan to take a short wed ding trip after which they will be at home with his parents on a farm near Ossian. The bride attended St. Mary's school and Waucoma high school and was employed at the Empress cafe in West Union until recently when she was employed at Du buque. Mr. Moellers attended St Francis DeSales school at Ossian and is now engaged in farming with his father. Miss Eibey, Pvt. Berding Are Married Miss Lenita Eibey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eibey, Clear Lake, became the bride of Pvt. Edward Berding, son ofMr. and Mrs. B. J. Berding, 105 20th S. E., at St. James Lutheran church, Sept. 9. The Rev. O. Mall, pastor, read the double ring service at 7:30 o'clock. Accompanied by Mrs. Mall, Miss Joy Caspers, Mason City, sang "Oh, Perfect Love." Mrs. Mall played nuptial selections preceding the ceremony, "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" as the processional and Mendelssohn's wedding march as the recessional Baskets of gladioli in pastel shades formed the background tor the nuptials. Asters, cosmos and gladioli were arranged in baskets at either side of the altar and white, lighted tapers in tall candelabra stood in the foreground. Mmes. Art Stoltz, Roy Eibey, Ellen Nielsen and William Madsen arranged the decorations. Miss Leone Eibey was her sister's maid of honor and Alvin Berding, AM MP 1C, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Lois Eibey, cousin of the bride, was flower-girl. Bob and Alfred Berding, brothers of the bridegroom, were ushers. The bride was gowned in a white satin dress fashioned with fitted bodice, long sleeves, lace yoke and long train. Her fingertip veil was edged with lace and she wore a locket, a gift of the bridegroom. Her bouquet was of pink and white roses and blue delphinium. The bridesmaid wore pink net over satin and carried a bouquet of white gladioli and blue delphinium. The flower girl wore aqua printed organdy and carried a basket of garden flowers. Mrs. Eibey, mother of the bride, wore black as did Mrs. Berding, mother of the bridegroom. Each had a corsage of pink rosebuds and white asters. Following the ceremony 80 guests were entertained at a re ception in the church parlors. The bridal party and close relatives were seated at tables decorated with bowls of flowers and white tapers in crystal holders. A 3- tiered wedding cake centered the bride's table. The Misses Leona Luker, Frances Frazier and Glee Belle Hill and Mrs. Earl VerHelst assisted Mmes. Alfred Zirbel, Lynn Hyde, Donald Luscomb, W Hanson and Louis Sanquist and Miss Dorothy Sanquist in serving. Among out-of-town guests were MVs. Holle Franks and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Swanson, Omaha, Nebr.; the Misses Joyce Carlson and Mildred Johnson, Beresford, S. Dak.: Mr. and Mrs. Thov Thov son and LoRae, Forest City; and Mr. and Mrs. Asher Clark and Betty Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Al fred Berding and Patty, Floyd. Mrs. Berding was graduated from Clear Lake high school and was employed in Clear Lake and for the past 2Vi years in the office of the Glenn L. Martin Nebraska company, Omaha. Pvt. Berding has been in the service 18 months and recently returned to the states from the Philippines on convales cent furlough. His bride will ac company him when he reports back to Camp Carson, Colo., Sept, 16. . tyA I ? 1 ! : l-; 1 ' - ? m r x " X - 1 Photo by Lock WEDDING PERFORMED AT HOME Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson, 1312 Adams N. W., announce the marriage of their daughter, Martha June, to S. Sgt. George Rickoff, son of Mrs. Rose Rickoff, 1628 Pennsylvania N. E., performed Tuesday evening at the Peterson home. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. G. H. Barn-ford, pastor of the Grace Evangelical church, before an altar banked with palms, white candelabra and tall white vases of garden flowers U. S. W. DIVISION HOLDS MEETING U. S. W. division 319 met Central Heights school with members present Wednesday. The division finished and packed 100 handkerchiefs, 4 pairs of slippers and 25 wash cloths. Plans were made for a bazar to be held at the school Nov. 13. ED AMdDN'S FASHION FLOOR SECOND lumens DIGESTIVE TRACT And Stop Dosing Your Stomach With Soda and Alkalizers Don't expect to get real relief from headache, sour stomach, gas and bad breath by taking soda and other alkalizers if the true cause of your trouble is constipation. In this case, your real trouble is not in the stomach at all. But in the intestinal tract where 80 of your food is digested. And where it gets blocked when it fails to disrest DroDerlv. What you want for real relief is not soda or an alkalizer but something to "unblock" your intestinal tract. Something to clean it out thoroughly help Nature get back on her feet. Get Carter's Pills right now. Taks them as directed. They gently and thoroughly "unblock" your digestive tract. This permits your food to move along normally. Nature's own digestive juicps can then reach it. You get genuine relief that makes you feel really good again. Get Carter's Pills at any drugstore 25. "Unblock" your intestinal tract for real relief from indigestion. 312 Hattie Mikota Wed to Bernard Puffer Spillville Bernard Puffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Puffer of near Ft. Atkinson, and Mrs. Hattie Mikota, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Herold of Spillville, were married at the St. John's church at Ft. Atkinson. They were attended by Mrs. Emil Klimesh of Spillville, sister of the bride, and Leo Puffer of Ft. Atkinson, brother of the bridegroom. The Puffers will make their home in Spillville following a trip to Milwaukee. He is employed by the county. L V Superior COLD WAVES Under the Supervision IRS. CASET 3 $10 - $15 .- J $20 - $25 $50 Machine and Machine. $0.75 less Permanents ... t up Shampoo, Hair Style, Sylk Rinse Razor Hair Styling Appointment Not Necessary NO WAITING LA' JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTT CULTURE ti Second SI. N E Ph. IfM 70c 50e Ruby Anderson Bride of Richard S. Smith Clarion The marriage of Miss Ruby Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson of Clarion, to Pfc. Richard S. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of Clarion was read Sept. 9 at the home of the bride's parents by the Rev. J. B. Jerstad, pastor of the First Lutheran church read the single ring ceremony. The bridesmaid was Betty Bowman and Pfc. Eugene Gaulke served as best man. Miss Virginia Anderson and Miss Betty Lind-strom served as flower girls. Fol lowing the ceremony refreshments were served by Miss Betty Rier j and Miss Betty Paul. j Mrs. Smith was graduated from j the Clarion high school and has been employed in Clarion. Private Smith was graduated with the class of 1942, since when he has served with the armed forces. He was taken a prisoner of the Germans and spent 8 months in an internment camp in Germany. For the past 3 months he has been in Clarion with his parents and friends and he will go this month to Hot Springs, Ark. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED New Hampton Marriage licenses have been issued to Louis C. Pfarr, legal, and Hazel K. Holmes, legal, both of Milwaukee, Wis.; Richard Strum, 21, Roland, and Bette May Seeker, 20, Nevada: Richard K. Varley, 25, Coin, and Norma Maree Hoskin, 24, Waterloo; John L. Kollam, 32, and L. Arlene Norris, 22, both of In- dianola: Delmer Welch, 33. and Feme Welch. 29. both of Knox-ville: Kenneth Olaf Netvig. 27, Cresco. and Stella G. Knutson. i New Hampton. WEDNESDAY Christian Church Women's council 6:20, church. Wesleyan Service guild 6:30, yFirst Methodist church dining room. A. to B. R. T. 7:15, Moose hall. Y. AV. C. A. Finance committee 7:30, Y. W. C. A. Degree of Honor Carnation club 7:30, Mrs. F. H. Schweer, 409 4th S. E. Bethlehem Willing Workers 8, church social room. V. F. W. auxiliary 8, V. F. W home. THURSDAY T. C. club 1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Red Cross Volunteers 1 to 4, Lincoln sewing room. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle 1:30, church. Republican Women's club 2, Y. W. C. A. Trinity Roosevelt circle 2, Mrs. C. H. Thompson, 15th S. E. East Side Ladies aid 2, Mrs. Joe Ludeman, 1016 West State. Hanford Ladies aid Mrs. James Pedelty. Grace Evangelical W. M. S. Mrs. G. H. Bamford, 1412 Adams N. W. Immanuel Lutheran circle 2 2:30, Mrs. Douglas Fields, 524 21st S. E. Rainbow Mothers Mrs. N. H. Wood, 325 West State. Energetic class Congregational G. I. A. to B. L. 3, Moose hall. R. N. A. 8, Moose hall. Anchor Encampment auxiliary 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Women's Labor auxiliary 8, Labor hall. Service circle 2, Mrs. Earl E. Hall, 1811 Wilson S. W. Hanford Ladies aid Mrs. James Pedelty. Calvary Lutheran guild 7:30, Mrs. Edna Dodge, 21 11th N. E. St. Suzanna's circle 8, Mrs. Jim' Barragy. Miss Alvina Kreiner Weds Jerome Imoehl Waucoma Tuesday morning at St. Luke's Catholic church in St. Lucas, Miss Alvina Kreiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kreiner of near Waucoma, and Jerome Imoehl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Imoehl of Ossian, were married by the Rev. F. L. Schuh. The bride's attendant was Miss Eleanore Imoehl. The bridegroom was attended by Cyril Kreiner, his cousin. The ceremony was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents, apd in the evening a wedding dance was held at Inwood pavilion, Spillville. Mr. and Mrs. Imoehl will make their home on a farm near Fes-tina. church. E. in the presence of the immediate families and friends. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs, Richard Burgraff sang "Oh Prom ise Me" and "Because." She was accompanied by Miss Mary Laros. The bride descended the stairway with her father who gave her in marriage. She was attired in a powder blue cardigan suit, a white sheer blouse and brown ac cessories. Her corsage was of American Beauty roses and gar denias. Mrs. John Remmers of Ft Wayne, Ind., was her sister's only attendant and O. G. Butler served Sgt. Rickoff as bestman. Mrs. Remmers wore a light brown suit with brown accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses and bronze mums. The bride's mother was attired in an aqua dress and the bridegroom's mother .was in brown. Both had corsages of pink carna tions and orchid asters. Immediately after the cere- i mony, a reception was held. The I table was spread with a lace cloth j and the 3-tier wedding cake was i surrounded by white candles and I fern. j After a wedding trip to Min- nesota, the couple will return to j Mason City. Sgt. Rickoff will go ! to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., on i Oct. 2 and Mrs. Rickoff will remain with her parents until his discharge. Both bride and bridegroom are graduates of the Mason City high school. She was formerly employed at the Klipto and before entering service, Sgt. Rickoff worked at Deckers. Out of town guests at the wedding besides Mrs. Remmers and her son, John H. Jr., were Miss Lena Rickoff of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Theo Lindstrom of Cuyuna, Minn. 0 The first white male child born on Manhattan island was Jean Vigne in 1614. Plans Made by League for Classes Members of the Business Girls league met at Miss Edna Pyle s apartment Tuesday evening to discuss the classes which will be conducted at league meetings during the season. The classes will start Oct. 2 at 7:30 at the Y. W. C. A. Sewing will be offered in either 1 or 2 hour pe riods from 7:30 to 9:30 with Mrs. W. H. Black as instructor. There will be a class in hostess arts from 7:30 to 8:30 and a class in knitting and crocheting from 8:30 to 9:30. Mrs. Rhoda Lake will' teach the knitting and crocheting. Girls enrolling in the league classes may choose either 2 hours of sewing or an hour of sewing and either one of the other courses. The classes are open to all business girls who wish to attend and those who are interested may call the Y. W. C. A. Miss Joyce Taft, social chair man, appointed her committee tor the year, naming Regina Ressler, Eileen Trevitt, Marilyn Wheat, Florence Johnson and Norma Mc-Kee. The committee will be in charge of the gypsy jamboree, a get-acquainted party on Sept. 18 at 8 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A., for girls who are interested in joining the league. The committee announced a pot luck dinner for Sept. 25 at 6:30 to introduce the courses planned for the year. Miss Johnson was named to fill a vacancy in the treasurer's office and Beatrice Brunsvold was elected assistant treasurer. T...v. V.-..V -V- '. V : I ' . f I The manufactured ice industry of the United States represents an investment of over $1,000,000,-000. ENGAGED TO WED Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Crowley, 501 Taylor S. W., announce the engagement of their daughter, Colleen L., to John J. Lewis, USNR, . formerly of Canton, Ohio, now serving in the South Pacific aboard the USS Du ' Page. The bride-elect, a graduate of the Mason City high school, attended the Mason City junior college before enlisting in the WAVES. She is now stationed at the Naval Air station, Alameda, Cal. Wedding plans await the return of Mr. Lewis from sea duty. UNITED HOME BANK EMPLOYES AT PARTY United Home bank employes had a supper and miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. V. D. Coyle Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Wanda Hintzen, who is to be married Sunday evening to Le-land Depping of Alexander. Miss Hintzen received a number of gifts and the evening was spent inform- " ally. TRY THIS EASY. ECONOMICAL WAY TO MPRE ATTRACTIVE HAIR For richir-looktng, more uj.'roushair, massage scalp with Cuticura Ointment to stimulate circulation and loosen dandruff. Later, shampoo with Cuticura Soap. Today at druggists buy fragrant, mildly medicated Cuticura. ' . . these casual dresses are just the thing for the girl going to college or the girl who is carving out a career for herself. Gaberdines in luscious fall colors at prices that will make your budget shout for joy. Prices start at $fl-95 Of approximately 100,000,000 pounds of feathers picked from chickens in a year, not more than one-fourth are used now by feather processing plants. Gas Pains 25c Home Trial Relieves Excess Acid in 5 Minutes or DOUBLE MONEY BACK If you still suffer from suffocating gas and heartburn due to excess acid, chances are you've never tried UDGA Tablets. Now make tins 2;tC doublt-your-monry-batk home trial. Yes. in .only 5 minutes the very tirst tablet may show how you may gain happy relief from gassy excess acid pains. xaDieis, ainereni. irom "candy" and baking soda, is a real medicine, containing 3 fast-working ingredients. Uriga helps relieve in minutes. That's why over 200 million have been used by victims of stomach and ulcer pains, sour upset stomach, indigestion. burning stomach ache, due to excess acid, ask your druggist lor Udga I ablets today. Lucien LeLong Perfumes and Colognes WATCHES Blanehard Diamonds 12 East State Jewel -rau 4 Unique clusters of pearly jevelsvon this season's felt hats spell B-E-A-U C-A-T-C-ri-E-R in the most colorful way ' ..... I :- Forward Beret dotted with colored jewel flowers. Clip on the beret holds it securely in place. $4.98 Black and Brown Calot with multi-colored jewel configurations. $2.98 Black and Brown

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