Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1948 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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H ±~±^QQETY NEWS +^ _l 6 I I"") I Pi O fU^-s \ / • _ -r i, \A/ i .1.:,, wiping the o me maker Cecily Brownstone ^ cnch * cook g untn pep J? or (if used > and ' U . tender > stiri ' in g - rf™ i. 00 lc before meat i Makes ^ k4klney beans and iviaKes 3 to 4 servings. —o— Wedding is Held at Osage Church O s a g e—Bernice K1 e c k n e r daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Ernest tL^ le . c . kner - st - Ansgar, became the b rid e of Gaylon Paulson, son Dec %r nd v M ^ G "o Stav Paulson ' Dec. 2G at the Sacred Heart church. The Rev. Thomas Conroy officiated and Leland Burns was organist, with Richard and Robert liuhn as vocalists. Mrs. Richard Rosenquist, Iowa City, sister of the bride, was matron ol honor and Lcona Pattyn, at. Ansgar, was bridesmaid Flower girls were Jane ;md Jean Kteck- ner, Osage, both nieces of the bnde. Dr. V. Carroll Paulson, Corte Madera, Cal., brother of the bridegroom, served as bestman with Maurice Kleckner and James Kleckner, brothers of the bride St. Ansgar, and Bernie Gast, Nora Springs, cousin of the bridegroom as ushers. A reception was held -for the immediate families at the bride's home and luncheon served to 40 After a brief wedding trip they will be at home at the Gustav Paulson farm west of Osage *v, T o < I b / ide wa f graduated'from the St. Ansgar high school and attended Hamilton Business college Mason City. She has been employed at the Co-Operative Electric company, St. Ansgar. Mr Paulson was graduated' from the Osage high school, spent 3-1 years with the armed forces and has since been farming with his lather. Miss Tvedt Wed to R. Fredericks Iowa Falls—Miss Virginia Lee Tvedt of Iowa Falls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tvedt of Montour, became the bride of Richard H. Fredericks of Iowa Falls, son of G. H. Fredericks of Chicago, Dec. 24 in the Montour church, the Rev. Wilbur Wilcox officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Robert June Tvedt of Montour, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Edward Stumpf of Elgin, 111., was bestman. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Marian Piper of Montour cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Mark Booth of Marshalltown, who sang Following the ceremony there was a reception at the home of the bride's parents for the immediate families. Mrs. Fredericks attended Iowa State college at Ames and Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. For the last 2 years she has been a teacher in the Blanche btorldard school in Iowa Falls Mr. Fredericks served 2* years in the army, and 14 months of that time he was in Japan and the Philippine Islands. He is now engaged in farming. After a trip through the west the couple will be at home at Iowa Falls. —o— > 3 Anniversaries Are Celebrated Allison—The 57th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs George Buerkle and the 28th wedding anniversary of. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freese, which was Dec. 23 and the 78th birthday anniversary of Mr Buerkle which is Dec. 26 were observed with a family dinner at the Freese home southeast of Allison Saturday. Other guests included the Ed Freese family of Colwell and Andrew Freese family Allison. George Buerkle and Coba Pals were married at Clarksville by the Rev. A. King, pastor of the U. B. church and attendants were Peter Pals and Sabina Buerkle. Mr. and Mrs. Freese' were married at Allison by the Rev. Richard S. Haney, pastor of the Associated church. Attendants were Mildred Kleimeyer and Edward Freese. Mr. and Mrs. Buerkle have one daughter and one grandson, Richard Freese. • —o— Family Reunion Held at Ekborgs Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ekborg, 27 21st, S. E., had a family reunion on Christmas at their home. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Orin Smith and children nf Montrose, Colo., Mr. and Mrs -harhe Nelson and son of Clear -.ake, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boe of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson and children, Jerry and Danny, of Estherville. These 2 After S&-. tesfc-*, ^_ m N^j^.if >. Christmas m CLEAMIC HATS FORMERLY $5.95 to $7.95 NOW HATS FORMERLY $7.95 to $10.00 NOW HATS FORMERLY $12.95 to $15.00 NOW From your favorite makers ... higher priced hats in an exciting variety of styles! You'll find hats you can wear right into Spring. All at spectacular savings! FELTS . . . FABRICS! FEATHER . . . JEWEL . . . VEIL TRIMS! BLACK OR COLORS! WOMEN'S AND MISSES' STYLES! MOSTLY ONE OF A KIND! —Millinery Department— children are the great grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Ekborg Mason City guests were Mr and Mrs. Wallace Ekborg and 3 children, Mr. and Mir,. Walter Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson and daughter and Henry Ekborg of Armstrong. A son, Clarence, of Portland, Ore., could not attend. Swea Cityan Is Wed at Fairmont Swea City—A double ring ceremony at St. Paul's Lutheran parsonage at Fairmont, Minn., on Dec. 16 was read for Tillie Beadle daughter of Mrs. Silas Johnson! Swea City, and Rudolph Haack son of William Haack of Lone Rock, by the R ev . otto Krause. The bride's sister, Mrs. Melvin Enggelbarts, was matron of honor. The bridegroom's brother, William Haack, Jr., served as best- man. Following the ceremony, the bridal party drove to the Pete Prol'f home at Gerled, where Mrs Troff, sister of the bride, served a wedding supper. About 50 guests were present at the reception Following the reception'the couple left on a short wedding trip Mr. Pfaack is a World war II veteran and served 22 months in the Pacific zone. Mrs. Haack attended the Swea City schools and for the past 4 years has been employed by Wilson and company produce firm. —°— Oulman-Newhouse Wedding is,Held Mclntire—Miss Audrey Newhouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mayo Newhouse, Mclntire, became the bride of Ronald Oulman son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Oulman, near Mclntire, Dec 24 in the First Methodist church in Mcln- tire, the Rev. Paul Brown performing the double ring ceremony. Lorraine Rettig lighted the tapers and Mrs. Glen Holden, organist, played nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Earl Grace who sang. Miss Lavonne Oulman, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and Darrell Newhouse, brother of the bride, bestman. Michael McCunn, cousin of the bridegroom was ringbearer and Dean Conger and Gerald Kintcr, ushers. After the service a reception was held in the church parlors for relatives and friends. The couple will be at home on the Oulman farm where the bridegroom is engaged in farming with his father Receives Decree LeRoy, Minn— Leonard Sorenson and son, Russell, were in Minneapolis to see their son and brother, Vernon, receive his degree o£ master of science in the field of conservation. He will be with the bank for co-operatives of the Farm Credit administration as business analyst. Family Holiday Travel Now Only Vi Fare by Air IVWY MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNISDAY FLY MID-CONTINENT AIRLINES' "FAMILY FARE PLAN." When you buy a regular-fare ticket, your wife or husband and all of your children under 22 years of age may fly with you for only half fart One child under 2 rides free. KANSAS CITY 2 flights daily; save G hours* • TWIN CITIES Convenient morning and evening flights •"Compared with normal land travel For detail, of this money savinr plan, call 654. Ticket olfice at Municipal Airport. by 14 years of 102 South Federal Phone 860 Starts tomorrow! For a limited time! Cotton Dress Sale PCS ^ Every 2 98 dress in stock Reduced to only SUion City Globe-G»i«««, M»i«n City, I». -57 1848 AFTER-CHRISTMAS WM/UX OF FUR COATS Now that the Christmas excitement is over . . . here's more* excitement! We've gone through every fur coat in stock and slashed prices tremendously. Now you can't afford NOT to buy that fur coatf You just can't afford to let such values get away from you. Just a partial listing of the sale coats below. Come in and choose from a great selection. Juniors, misses, women's, half-sizes 80 square printed percales ttfft 100 x 6Q broadcloths Gaily printed poplins •SI if* J- " ' \ 1 Mendoza Beaver. .. 122.00 2 Mouton 122.00 1 Skunk 122.00 1 Lynx 122.00 1 Speckled Kid 200.00 Prided lower than you could make them yourself > Sizes 12 to 20 f Sizes 16 to 44 and 46 to 52 l \J \ } Sizes 16 to 44 2 South American Lamb 250.00 1 MuraHon Muskrat. .305.00 2 Muskrat Sides 305.00 3 Northern Back Muskrat Hollander °yed 366.00 1 Ariana Otter 366.00 3 Blue Fox Paws 274.50 6 Chekiang Caraculs, Black, Brown, Grey 244.00 to 366.00 2 Black Persian 610.00 1 Sheared Raccoon. . .495.00 1 Mink' Head 396.50 All prices include Federal Tax Across From rh« Poiroffk* ;M^«iii^^ '"^- ••,.;.•• '^::~

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