Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 29, 1948 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 29, 1948
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, Senator-Elect B e Honored Federation An nual Panh F D rtf -Kr • Fl 'ances Scott M en's a lunch *°» will be many section othe from r to — = — of- in the lunch,,.-.—, —'Vernment and officials, senators, con> women leaders orsani- heads and radio and news- Paper executives are among dis tinguished guests who will be Present. .Grandfather Has . Nuptial Service Nashua—In the Nashua Metho- ENGAGEMENT T O L D — Mr and Mrs. Fred-Eilers of Rockwell announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine, to Donald H. Forry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Forry of Plover The wedding date has not been set. Tracy, brother of the bridegroom was bestman. Jack Hoon, brother of the bride, and Vearl Edson were the ushers. The wedding was followed by a .r»<iv\-firtvi i« AT _i .1 , in the church parlors" present from out of » Dec ' 2<J ' Miss "Mary Elizabeth Hoon, daughter of Superintendent and Mrs. C. A. Hoon and Duane Eldon Tracy, son . O f Frank E Tracy of Nashua, were married. The Rev. T. Ernest Hoon 0 l.P. ow s, grandfather of the bride ofticiated at the double ring cere- m rm v in marriage by her fath- I-— — u*-.*» v O.A\-»*A1. *JUL tJL included Mrs. Elizabeth mony. .- ~ had . M5s reception Relatives town in Hoon, great-grandmother of the bride, Wood River, Nebr. The couple left following' the reception for a short trip The bride is attending -Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. The bndegroom is employed as fieldman for the Dairy Improvement Association of Worth county at Northwood. . MISS GLORIA HUNT TO BECOME BRIDE Charles City—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunt announce the engagement of their daughter, Gloria Mae, to Jack Brimer, son of Mr Out of Town Holiday Guest Attend Party One hundred and seventy-five couples attended the annual Pan- hellenic Christmas dance Monday evening in the Wedgewood room of the Hotel Hanford. Evergreen and poinsettias framed the doorway to the room which had been hung with glittering symbols of the various sororities making up the Panhellenic association. Wayne Pringle's orchestra provided music for danc- -.-• cf -•-e». The dance was preceded by a number of private parties among them a dinner given by Mr. anc Mrs. Tom MacNider at the Hanford Mr. and Mrs. Dick Casey entertained a group at their home Mr. and Mrs. Art Fischbeck were hosts to a group of friends and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wagner had invited guests, complimenting Mrs Wagner's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Steve O'Brien of Iowa City. There were a number of out of town guests at the dance, not only college students home for the holidays, but other Christmas visitors to the community as well Among them were Mr. and Mrs Robert Spargo of Waterloo, Mr and Mrs. Elward Spink of Ann Arbor, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Steve O'Brien of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spehard of Belmond Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaufman of Grass Range, Mont., and Mr. and VErs. John Knecht,' Jr. of Lansing elleni£DanceDraws]75 Couples to Hanford / OWn f; - . .^aUH^^ w/w\ - - . ~~~ ' ===Z=r—~ ; Mich. Mrs. charge Frank Jeffrey was in of general arrangements ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED for the dance. The hostess committee included Mrs. D. J. Farrer Mrs. E. O. Babcock, Miss Mary Jean Casey, Mrs. Jack Edwards Mrs Harold Goplerud, Miss Mil June Manning and Mrs. James Barclay and the decorations committee, Miss Alice Ann Moore ^s- Ray Clough, Jr., Mrs. Tom WacNider and Mrs. Richard Mac- and Mrs. John L. Brimer XT T- -•"". i.j.4oa ivictty j; ant Nashua as maid of honor. Leon has been set for the wedding. E - sasg-sy- BITS ABOUT 'EM OUR VALUES LEAD! Wky Pay More? BUY! NOW! NOW IN PROGRESS I JANUARY \ CLEARANCE SA i i! ^ r£**/F/c ReDUCT/OffS! ^ COATS Miss Dorothy Wallace has re- Burned to her work with the Fels Corporation in Kansas City, Mo fter several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wallace, 1121 2nd S. W. All Made of Quality Fabrics! NOW Mr. and Mrs. Carl Borland, 206 4th N. E., have had as their holiday guests their daughter, J Allene Norstad of St. Paul, Irving Butiii of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Reed Nordmeyer of Ames. Mrs. E. W. Kuhlmeier enter- tamed her children and families at Christmas dinner at her home the group including Forrest Kuhlmeier and Mrs. Harry Engels; Rockford; Vern Kuhlmeier, Rockford; Earl Kuhlmeier, Mason City; and Lyle Kuhlmeier, Floyd, along with L. C. Buckrier and son, Chester, and daughter, Carol, Floyd; O. G. Webster, Rockford and Mrs. L. L. Craig, Mason City.' 'Mr. and Mrs. Vern E. Mott'and sons, James and Russell, 615 6th place S. E., Mrs. Jennie Freitag and P. J. Freitag, 635 6th place S E., have returned from Silois, 111., where they spent the : holidays with .Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Engle and family. Mrs. Engle is a sister of Mrs. Mott and Mr. Freitag and a daughter of Mrs. Freitag. Miss Dorothy Mooneyham has returned to Washington, D. C., to resume her duties with the navy department following a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Friesleben, 12i 1st N. W. FAROUK MODERNIZES Chicago, (U.R) — The silence in the palace of recently-divorced King Farouk of Egypt will be filled in by 6 portable 2-way radios ordered by the monarch. Motorola Inc., Chicago, announced the order by the king of 6 "hand- ie-talkies" sets finished in the na tional colors. The from 1 to 3 miles. THORNTON . Mrs. O. E. Morse, Thornton, announce the marriage of their daughter, Harriet Maxine, to David McVicker, of Hampton,' performed Dec. 12 at the First Methodist church at Thornton by the Rev. Mr. Walker. The bride was given in marriage by her father and the couple was attended by Mrs Harry E. Morse, Swaledale' sister-in-laxv of the bride and Jess McVicker, Aredale, brother' of the bride. Mrs. Robert Morse played nuptial music, A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. The couple plans to live in Mason City Including the Season's Best Fashions! NOW Shop Early for Best Selection! NOW 3 South F*4«raf Ave. It'* Smart to Be Thrifty! Prices Here Are Always Righrf LESS THAN HALF PRICE $2.25 JAR FOR $ 1 a? BARBARA GOULD DRV SKIN CREAM Thrs ridi, velvety-pink cream helps keep your skin soft amf imooth. combats the double threat of harsh winter winds outdoors, drying heat indoors. So practical right now ... for a limited time th* big $2.25 jar is on sale for Just $1.00 plus tax. Stock up! - I I f S f H v I C F- SCQ DRUG f fff)v CAY LOW Dn/crs Mavis Gilbertson WedsH. Hassel Joice—Mavis Gilbertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ancel cfil- *« on ? f Joice ' became the bride of Harold Hassel of Roosevelt Mmn., Dec. 26 at the Trinity Lutheran church in Mason City. The range varies , ey ;, A '. N - R°gness read the double-ring ceremony in the presence of close relatives. Their only attendants were Mr. and Mrs Floyd Gilbertson of Mason City brother and sister-in-law of the bride. The wedding party returned to Joice where a reception for a group of relatives was held at the bride's parental home. Arthur Hassel of Roosevelt, Minn., brother of the bridegroom came the greatest distance for the occasion The bride is a graduate of the Hanlontown high, school and was employed the past 4 years in Mason City. Her husband is a veteran of military service. Mr. and Mrs Hassel left Monday for Kansas City, where he will resume his studies at a watch-making school. Joanne Cockrum Weds Cecil Cross Charles City—Miss Joanne Cockrum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cockrum, and Cecil Cross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cross, were married in the First Methodist church Dec. 26 by the pastor, the Rev. James K. Delahooke. Attendants were Marlene Cockrum, sister of the bride, as bridesmaid, Stanley Bird bestman and David Cockrum and Charles Boy- Ian ushers. A reception was held m the church Fireside room. The couple will be at home in Jacksonville, Fla., where the bridegroom is stationed in the navy. The bride formerly worked as a telephone operator in Charles City, and both are graduates of the Charles City high school. In running a spatula .iround the edge of a cake to loosen it before turning it out on the pan be sure that the spatula touches the bottom of the pan. 50 Attend Dinner Held by Daughters Daughters of Union Veterans o in L. XL • ^ ar s P°» s °red a P o luck Christmas dinner and birth day party Monday evening in th Hi-12 clubrooms, with 50 present ^M Were sung b y the grou and the program included 2 songs S r °|-the East," and "Silen Night > by Jack and Willis Bull- a recitation, "Welcome Christmas' and a song, "Away in a Manger' «™ Kath 7? Harris ' a recitation Merry Christmas" by Edward 5Sf ni a ,r e ? itation . "Welcome Santa Glaus" by Sharon Rieken f»!i » l eci £ tion ' " The -Whistling Lady," by Mrs. H. T. Roberts „ *? e * chan e e or g^ts followed with Mrs. August Hanson in charge. Mrs. Sid Bemis directed the distribution of treats and MrT Bessie Bull and Mrs. Ida Slack i ° h l rge of the dinne? as- by those whose birthdays fh ' St G months The next meeting will be Jan. 10 when officers will be*installed. Johnson-Lynch Wedding Is Held New Hampton—Miss Margaret Helen Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lynch, and Ivan C. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl M Johnson of Faribault, Minn were £ff r £?- d I" 63 ! 31 : in St - Joseph's Catholic church here by the Rev. Fr. Robert J. Saunders. The couple was attended by Mrs. Thomas V. Lynch of New Hampton sister and brother of the bride. A brother, Merlin Lynch of Kansas City, W as usher. Flavian Dee,. New Hampton, sang, accompanied by Mrs. Frank Recker, organist. ' *u A u^-!, d< ? ing dlnner was given by the bride's parents at the Colonial room for the bridal party and the immediate families. The bride is a graduate of .the New. Hampton high school and has been employed by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The bridegroom was graduated from the Boscobel, Wis high school and recently re-enlisted in the army air force. BRIDE AT RAKE—Miss Arlene Marvella Leithe, daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. A. Leithe and Burma of Wesley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burma of Dexter, Minn., were married at the Zion Lutheran parsonage on Dec. 23 by the Rev. R. L. Holleque. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Arlene Skaare of Buffalo Center was maid of honor and Junior Winter acted as bestman. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents after, the .ceremony. Following the reception the couple left on a short wedding trip. The bride is a graduate of the Rake high school and the bridegroom attended school in Frost. He served in the army for 2 years He is employed on the Edwin Hellenga , farm hear Wesley where they will make their home. Social Calendar TUESDAY Masonic Social club— 6:30, Mutual Insurance building e "* r .3 1 Heights Amvet auxiliary— 7:30, Mrs. E. J. Cordle, 1*418 Harding S. W. Rainbow Girls— Cancelled. Holy Family Ladies Aid officers— 7:30, Holy Family school, iubordinate lodge No. 224 8, L, O. O. F. hall. WEDNESDAY 'entral Lutheran guild— 2:30, church parlors. Miss Grip pen to Be "Bride of "Bob Carney Mrs. Kay Grippen of LaCrosse, Wis., announces the approaching marriage of her daughter, Mat* .lone, to Rob Roy Cerney, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney ^^^ State, which wint^e #3 i^^S? sfter ncon at 4 church Congregational ^• e f Rev ^ R - C Helfenstein will, officiate and nuptial music will b« provided by Mrs. J. E. Stinehart The cei-emony will be attended by close friends and relatives and a reception at the Cerney home will fallow. - The rs bri , de ' elect is a niece of GrlPPen ' 125 10th JAN. 17 IS DATE ' SET FOR WEDDING Ackley— Announcement is made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Joyce McLennan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. J. McLennan, Vancouver, B C ' Canada, to Nicholas G. Kenihger" son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank L,' Kenmger, Ackley. The wedding will take place Jan. 17. Miss Mc- T "^ is an employe of Frank J. McGreevey, lawyer, and her nance is a bookkeeper for Mormons Feed store. 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