Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 7, 1949 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 7, 1949
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Patricia Ryan ! Becomes Bride Emmetsburg — Miss Patricia Ryan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Roy Ryan, was married to Donald LeVigne of. Chicago, son of Mrs. Mabel LeVigne of Chicago, Dec. 31, at the St. Thomas church in Emmetsburg by the Rev. C. E. Farrelly, pastor of the church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, had Mrs. William Mc- Tfamara, her sister, as matron of honor. Dr. J. P. Kiely of Chicago acted as bestman and William McNamara served as usher. During the service, Mrs. C. A. Siegfried, soprano soloist sang, accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Vincent Fries who also played the wedding marches. Following the ceremony a break- served at the Chicken fast was Inn. Mr. and Mrs. LeVigne left that ^evening for New Orleans, La., and Mother southern points and will be at home in Chicago after Jan. 15. The bride was graduated from the Emmetsburg high school and later studied at Drake University , and St. Teresa's college in Winona Minn. For the past year she has been employed in secretarial work in Chicago. Mr. LeVigne is a graduate of Loyola academy in Chicago and of Northwestern university in Evan- aton where he is a member of Phi SOCIETY NEWS I "I Delta Theta fraternity. He is a World war II veteran and is now a salesman for an office supply and commercial firm in Chicago. M. C. Couple Weds in Des Moines Mrs. Mary F. Sowles, 316 Taylor N. W., announces the marriage of her daughter, Dorothy Elaine, to Glen A. Argetsinger, and Mrs. Bert C. 432 Taylor S. W., son of Mr. Argetsinger, which took place Dec. 31, in the chapel of the First Methodist church, Des Moines. Dr. Clifford Bacon was the officiating clergyman and they were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bamman of Klemme. They will live in Des Moines where they have purchased a home. —o— DO-A-LOT CLUB MEETING IS HELD_ Do-a-Lot club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Everett Richardson, 2012 Pennsylvania S. E. The time was spent %vorking on parachute material. Mrs. Henry Wearda received a gift on her silver wedding was served by the hostess. BLANCHARD5 Wiedenman-Lange Wedding Is Held Waucoma—At St. John's Lutheran Stapleton church, near Waucoma, Miss Ruth Elaine Lange, daughter of- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lange, Waucoma, became the bride of Wesley Wiedenman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiedenman, Monona, Jan. 1. The Rev. A. H. Diemer, pastor of the church, performed the double ring ceremony. Floyd Klotz, Fredericksburg, sang, accompanied by Mrs. Adolph Niewoehner, Sumner. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bridal party included the bridesmaid, Mrs. Harold Olson, sister of the bridegroom, Madison, Wis.; best- man, Floyd Montour, Monona; flower girl, Dorothy Mae Olson, niece of the bridegroom, and ring- bearer, Alden Richards, nephe\v of the bride. The ushers were (Raymond Lange, brother of the !^ „..___ t_ bride, and Vernon Schnieder, LtlGSCO TO cousin of the bridegroom, The wedding dinner and the reception, attended by 100, were held at the Lawler Community hall. Following a wedding trip, they will be at home Feb. 15 at Monona, were the bridegroom is owner of a service station and garage. The first glass furnace in America was set up at Jamestown, Va., early in that settlement's history. City Water Mains Cresco—At a meeting of the Cresco city council it was decided to proceed with the program adopted in December for extending the water mains to include 8 city blocks. The issuing of $16,500 net revenue bonds was authorized to pay for the project. The program calls for installation of 8 fire hydrants; 3,200 feet of 4-inch cast iron pipe are .to be Jan. 6, 1949 13 Mason City Glob«-G»i«tte, Mki«a Cttjr, U, used on the job. Work will begin as soon as weather conditions permit. Leftover squares of cornbread can be put to good use if they are split and spread with a mixture of grated yellow cheese, finely minced green pepper, finely grated onion and chopped green olives; rnoisten the cheese mixture with a little mayonnaise and broil slowly until lightly browned. JtJJ Lock Photo NUPTIAL VOWS EXCHANGED—Miss Florence Currier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Currier, 925 Harrison N. W., became the bride of Donald Kudej, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kudej of Britt, at a ceremony performed Jan. 4 in the Holy Family church, the Rev. J. T. Currier of Ann Arbor, Mich., uncle* of the bride, reading the double ring ceremony. Present in the sanctuary were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. R. P. Murphy, pastor of Holy Family church, and the Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. C. Hradecky, pastor oi St. Wencelaus church of Duncan. Nuptial music was provided by Thomas Currier, accompanied by Miss Mary Frances Pirkl, organist. Believe miseries direct —without "dosing" RUB ON Hughes Sensational Event! SPECIAL PURCHASE! / Sketched From Stock // Below Pre-\Var Prices! All Perfect—Full Fashioned NYLONS 99 Values to 1.59 ... 30 Denier— 45 Cause 20 Denier—51 Gauge 20 Denier—45 Gaufe Every Dress a Terrific Value at a Low Price! Mad about plaid? Sad about high prices? Our thrifty values are the talk of the town. Smart new plaids with Barry more and Peter Pan collars . . . some with stoles. SIZES 9 to 15 OUR VALUES LEAD! WHY PAY MORE! The bride was given in marriage by her father and had her sister, Miss Marjorie Currier, as maid of hon- cr. Miss Kathleen Currier, another sister, and Miss Barbara Helling of Kensett were bridesmaids. Eugene Kudej of Britt was his brother's bestman and ushers were Roy Formanek of Garner and John Buzicky of Britt. The bride wore a white satin colonial gown with a net yoke and a full skirt having ruffled lace inset at the hemline and extending into a train. Her fingertip veil of English silk illusion was held by a Juliet cap of Chantilly lace edged with seed pearls. Her jewelry was a gold sweetheart locket, a gift of the bridegroom, and she carried a white orchid surrounded by red roses on a white bridal missal, a gift of the bridegroom. The maid of honor wore blue taffeta made like the bride's gown and she carried white and yellow mums. The bridesmaids gowns of aqua and pink taffeta were patterned after the bridal gown and they carried" colonial bouquets of yellow mums and white and lavender mums. The attendants wore net veils to match iheir gowns. The bride's mother was attired in black with green accessories and the bridegroom's mother, grey with black accessories. Both had white gardenia corsages. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at the Y. W. C. A. for relatives and friends. A 3-tier cake decorated in pink and blue and topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom, centered the table. Acting as hostesses were Miss Judith Ullestad of Thompson, Mrs. Clifford Kiefer of Forest City, Miss Carol Brue and Miss Mary Louise Stackhouse of Mason City. Mrs. John W. Hanson, sister of the bride, had charge of the guest book. In the evening a wedding dance was held at the community hall in Duncan in honor of the couple. The bride is a graduate of Holy Family high school and had been employed as a nurse aide at St. Joseph Mercy hospital. The bridegroom served 23 months in the army, 15 months of the time in the Philippines. Since his discharge in November, 1946, he has been farming with his father. After a brief wedding trip, the couple will live at the farm home of the bridegroom's parents east of Britt. Out of town guests included relatives and friends from Britt, Garner, Forest City, Sanborn, Minn., Ann Arbor, Mich., and Detroit, Mich. EACH BOTTLE WITH DROPPER Fenwick Award HAT" for A brilliant fashion future is predicted for this smart little profile felt, voted "outstanding" by a New York Fashion Committee! You, too, will applaud when you see how downright flattering it is. There's a world of charm in the newsmaking tilt . . . the whopping big iridescent taffeta bow. Wear it now . . . and on into Spring. Black, Brown and Grey. [ YOURS FOR ONLY $*795 —MILLINERY DEPARTMENT— 102 South Federal I SMASH SHOE SALE! elping the omema ker by Cecily Brownstone GOOD DESSERT Homemade gingerbread, a little richer than the usual, is delicious served with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. Or serve it with spiced apple sauce, canned yellow cling peaches, or with lemon sauce. Fit it into a menu on which the other foods are thrifty, such as the following: Meat Loaf, Buttered Carrots, Baked Potatoes, Cole Slawi Bread and Butter, Homemade Gingerbread with; special topping, Beverage. HOMEMADE GINGERBREAD Ingredients: li cups sifted flour, I teaspoon baking soda, 4 teaspoon salt, J teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon ginger, 4 cup shortening, 4 cup sugar, 2 eggs, 4 cup molasses, 4 cup boiling water. Method: Put the flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, and ginger into a sifter. Cream the fat and sugar together until light and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time and beat in well. Sift in the dry ingredients alternately with the combined molasses and water in 4 additions, beginning and ending with the flour. Mix lightly each time, only enough to combine; do not stir too much. Pour into well- greased 8x8 inch pan and bake in a moderate (350F.) oven for 30 minutes or until done. In making a White or Cream Sauce be sure to blend the fat and flour together well before adding the liquid. CLEARANCE OF ODD LOTS, BROKEN .SIZES, DISCONTINUED. STYLES! REDUCED! WOMEN'S LOVELY WING STEPS Our "good" quality! There's Reg ^^ a wide variety to select pr j ce ^^m \J f from, styles for dress or ^r ^7 I business wear with high or C Qfi low heels. «J*^** REDUCED! WING STEP FALL CASUALS An assortment of good- looking playshoes in all the most popular styles. You're sure to find your favorite A CA style, too. t*^ w Reg. price 3 ALS 2 REDUCED MEN'S GRENADIERS Odd lots and discontinued R eg price 97 styles in Wards "better" quality footwear. All good- looking and sturdy ... a grand buy! REDUCED! MEN'S STURDY HI-CUTS Ideal for rugged jobs or vigorous outdoor sports! Wards "good" Green Band quality . . . sturdy, nailed fi Oft and sewed soles. U9J9 price 6 97 REDUCED! WOMEN'S WING STEP SPORTS Lots of comfortable styles in soft brown leather. Wear them with casuals, tailored clothes or for sportswear. REDUCED! BOYS' WORK SHOES price 5.98 3 97 Reg. price REDUCED! RED BAND CHILDREN'S SHOES Mothers, these are Wards "better" quality children's shoes. They're sturdily made of supple leathers ... A so long-wearing! ™ • Reg. price ke ^^ 50 2* 97 Odd lot, styles and sizes. Some woodsman shoes. All good values in boys' shoes. REDUCED! INFANTS' SHOES Odd lot sizes. Oxfords and ** 9> price bioh shoes in brown, black and white. 397 1 47 BIG SAVINGS FOR EVERYONE!

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