Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1948 · Page 16
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Weardas Have Vu/e Party A family reunion and 25lh wed- held a A m T Sary observance were ' at thG e , Weardas received a gift of ° mheir dau hters, Mrs. . for the occasion were M - ^ d Mrs - Tre »>Jlcock, Mr. Mrs. Zuehlke and Terry and ™'' Mr - and Mrs - ot t° Zuehlke, Mason City; Henry Ohlerking Mr and Mrs. Dean Fitz. Adrianne end Stanley.. Rowan; Mrs. Marie uK M r - atld Mrs - Hichard f. lood a , n d daughter, Nancy, Mrs. Martm Wearda, Dorothy and Mar«n, Jr., Sheffield; Dixie Blood, Thornton; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ohlerking and sons, Don, David and Damon of Eagle Grove, and Pfc Darwin Ohlerking of Denver, Mr 5 u Ml ' s - Stci- I»ns Quam and daughter, Sonya. Searsboro- Mr and Mrs. Paul Bengston and' children, Tom, Jack, Dick. Don, Sammy, Ruth Ann and Ivalee. and Donna Seykora, all of Owatonna Minn., Fred Doidge of Hampton! COUPLE GRANTED LICENSE TO WED Garner— County Clerk Ruth Kughes issued a marriage license to Francis L. Pitkin of Forest City and Iris C. Steinlelclt, Clear Lake on Dec. 24. Traditions Ho iday Dan ON WEDDING TRIP—Miss Ruth Lorenzen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lorenzen, 518 14th S. E., became the bride of Everett Johnson, son of Carl O. Johnson, Mason City, at a ceremony performed by the Rev. Ernest Bergeson in the immanuel LuiheJan church Dec. 24. White chrysanthemums, pink roses and white candles decorated the church for the cere-*- mony. Preceding the exchange of vows, Miss Lillian Theilan of Rockwell, organist, played nuptial music and Mvs. Bergeson sang "O Promise Me" and "The Lord's Prayer.' 1 Mrs. Tom Butcher, sister of the bride, was matron ot honor and BLANCHARW father was his best- man. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a powder blue suit with a matching hat and white accessories. Her corsage was Queen Pink Delight roses tied with white satin ribbon! Mrs. Butcher wore- a grey suit with a corsage of gardenias and pink roses. The bride's mother was attired in a light blue dress with a corsage of pink roses and carnations. Ushers were Walter Lorenzen, brother of the bride, and Harold Johnnon, brother of the bridegroom. A reception at the Lorenzen home followed the ceremony. A wedding cake decorated in pink and topped by a wedding bell"and dove centered the table. After a wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will be at home on a farm southeast of Mason City. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Allison—Marriage licenses have been issued to Orin Wait and Olive Wait, both legal age, Nashua; Glenn Sinram, 31, and Eva Harris, 18, both of Charles City; Virgil Richtsmeier, 20, and Delores Tjabring, 20, both of Hampton. —o-—• In Massachusetts it's against the law to eat peanuts in church. g.!^«»A^ TOR DRASTIC REDUCTIONS CM: .PRESSES .SHOES • COATS •SUITS .BAGS .BLOUSES .MILLINERY .LINGERIE .ROBES PLUS-DOZENS OF OTHER "SAVING ITEMS SHOP AND SAVE TO MORROW/ Melody Ball Is Scheduled for Dec. 30 Invitations have been issued by the "Holiday Belles" for the "Melody Ball" which will be given Thursday evening at the Suri ballroom, Clear Lake. The "Holiday Belles" comprise this year's group of high school senior girls who traditionally sponsor a Christmastime dancing party. Hostesses include the Misses Phyllis Allen, Joan Anderson, Marlene Brown, Margot Brims, Janet Burns, Betty Lou Cohen, Janice Cromer, Margaret Denker) Connie Ellison, Mary Ann Elder Bonnie Evanoff, Joan FitzGerald, Mama Garrison, Joan Gribben, Janice Gustafson, Mitzie Green' Nancy Hall, Barbara Hawkins Mary Lou Hagen, Virginia Helm, Jackie Hurley, Angelica Karamitros. Laura Lee McCourt, Joan McKinney, Marilyn Miller, Marianne Mullgaard, Kalliopc Papan- tonis. Alberta Percy, Joy Petitt, Jo Ann Polansky, Jo Ann Sherman, Mimi Sherman, Mary Strickland, Corinne Taylor, Pat Temple, Joan Toepfer, Jean Umbarger Dorothy Weston, Shirley Whipple and Barbara Wormhoudt. Hours for the party are from 9 until 1 o'clock and Cliff Kyes' orchestra will provide the music for dancing. — o— Wife of CBS Head Leads Dressed By BARBARA BUNDSCHU UP Fashion Writer New York, OJ.R)—Members of eastern society and the British royal family topped the list Monday of the best dressed women of 1948. Former congresswoman Clare Boothe Luce was missing from the top 10 for the first time in 5 years. Mrs. Howard Hawks, wife of the Hollywood producer, who was No. one 2 years ago, was 10th this year. Mrs. William Paley, wife of the president of the Columbia Broadcasting System, was number one on the list which is compiled by the New York Dress Institute from ballots of fashion designers, fashion and society editors. Mrs. Paley, the former Barbara Gushing, a slim and beautiful brunette, headed the list once before, in 1945. She was Mrs. Stanley G. Mortimer, Jr., then.. The Duchess of Windsor ranked 3rd; 5 places above her sister-in- law, the Duchess of Kent. Their mother-in-law, Queen Mary, got 22 votes, the Dress Institute reported. Princess Margaret and Margaret Truman came out about even—with not enough votes to place. The list, in order: Mrs. Paley, Mrs. Millicent Rogers, oil heiress; the Duchess of Windsor, Mrs. Andre Embiricos, the former Beatrice Ammidon, wife of the young Greek shipping magnate; 25 year old Mrs. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, the former Jeanne Murray; Mrs. William Randolph Hearst, Jr.. the former Austine Cassini; Mrs. Harrison Williams, the Duchess of Kent, Mme. Louis Arpels of the Paris jewelry family, Mrs. Hawks. The Dress Institute also listed 15 women in 9 American cities who ranked in the voting. They were: Chicago: Mrs. Howard Linn Mrs. Charles G. Goodspeed and Mrs. Leon Mandel; Washington: Mme. Henri Bonnet, wife of the French ambassador; Mrs. Thomas Leiter and Mrs. Perle Mesta; Boston: Miss Katharine EndicottPittsburgh: Mrs. Edward Pitcairn and Mrs. Ailpa Mellon Bruce; Detroit: Mrs. Harvey Firestone and Airs. Henry Ford II; Houston- Mrs OveU Gulp Hobby; Dallas: Mrs! J. D. Lingo; Milwaukee: Mrs. Morton Lee, and Philadelphia, Mrs. Thomas Carle ton Henry. The Institute also listed '"runners up" in 3 other categories. Receiving enough votes to place but eliminated because they or their husbands were dress designers were: Mrs. Adam Gimbel (Sophie)Mrs. George Schlee (Valentina)'Movie Actress Gene Tierney, wife of Designer Oleg Cassini; former Film Star Janet Gaynor, wife of Designer Adrian, and Mrs. John C. Wilson, associated with Main- bocher. Nearly placing were: Mrs. Luce Mrs. Byron Foy and Ina Claire; all of whom have appeared on the list perennially; Mrs. Walter Hoving, wife of the department store executive; Mrs. Edward F. Hutton and Sally De Marco, dancer. Screen, stage and opera stars who were named most frequently were: Jane Greer, Anita Colby, Claudette Colbert, Marlene Dietrich, Irene Dunne, Paillette Goddard, Leonora Corbett, Gloria Swanson, Gladys Swarthout, Dorothy Kirsten and Lily Pons. —o— Open House Is Held by Reeds Mr. and Mrs. Les Reed held a holiday open house Sunday afternoon at their home, 909 6th S. E. Hours were from 4 to 8 and about 128 guests attended. Seasonal decorations were used throughout the rooms with flamingo the predominating color note. An oleander tree in full bloom was an added feature in the recreation room. The hosts were assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bcrgland and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kocneke. Be Held at Surf ^9>^ * ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED—Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolf, 23 Beaumont drive, announce the engagement of their daughter Rosalyn to Joseph S. Simon, son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Simon of Midclleton! Ohio. Miss Wolf is a student at Ward Belmont college at Nashville lenn. Mr. Simon, who attended Miami university, Oxford Oh ; o and was in service for 31 years, is on the staff of KICM ' ' BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. M. J. S. Powell, 1115 First N. W., have returned from Des Moines where they spent Christmas with their son, Bruce Powell, and family. They were accompanied home by another son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell, both students at the University of Iowa, who will spend the remainder of their vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Conley and sons, Tommy and Danny, have returned to Milwaukee after a Christmas visit with Mrs. Conley's parents, Judge and Mrs. W. L. Bliss, 138 10th N. W. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Paulson and son, David, have left for their home in Des Moines after spending Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plath, 1118 Hampshire N. E. They were accompanied by Miss Mary Lou Plath, sister of Mrs. Paulson, who will visit with them and with friends at Ankeny. ing Christmas with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Curtis, 817 Harrison N. W. HANSEN-NELSON Ssvea City—Mr. • and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen have returned from their wedding trip and are at home on the Hansen farm northeast of Swea City. They were married Dec. 4 at the Liitle Brown church near Nashua with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson as attendants. The pastor, the Rev. F. L. Hanscom, read the service. Mrs. Hansen is the former Doreen Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Martina Peters of Swea City and Los Angeles. Following the ceremony they left for a week's visit in Des Moines. Mae Louise Petersen Bride of Robert Sagert at Trinity Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Isert of Wat-* erloo announce the marriage of their daughter, Mae Louise Petersen, to Robert W. Sagert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sagert of Waterloo, performed Dec. 25 at the Trinity Lutheran church by the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Williams. The bride wore a tan pin stripe suit with an orchid corsage and Mrs. Williams had a glen plaid suit with a gardenia corsage. A reception was held for the bridal party at the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pope, 739 10th N. E. Social Calendar MONDAY Daughters of Union Veterans— 6:30, Hi-12 clubrooms. Panhellenic association— Hotel Hanford. TUESDAY Central Heights Amvet auxiliary— 7:30, Mrs. E. J. Cordle, 1418 Harding S. W. Panhellenic association— . 1, Hotel Hanford. Masonic Social club— 6:30, Mutual Insurance building. Rainbow Girls— 7:30, Masonic temple. Holy Family Ladies Aid officers— 7:30, Holy Family school. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Doering Society Head Mrs. Herbert Tinering will head the St. Joseph Tabernacle society during the coming year, with Mrs. Mark Pirkl as secretary-treasurer They were elected to succeed Mrs. Paul Fitzgerald and Mrs. T. P. White at the last meeting of the year. Plans for the coming year were discussed by the Rev. A. P. Heuring. A Christmas program was given by the St. JosepIThigh school students and the Rev. Mark Churchill, missionary priest from China, talked on "Christmas in China."The evening was concluded with a gift exchange and refreshments. MRS. ROBERT SAGERT quickly-prepared festive dessert. Use apricots or peaches, orange segments or pineapple for the fruit. Fill a graham cracker shell with fruit and whipped cream for a For Little Fellows With Big Colds... ~^ X •('''-' "&?('•* * . -, * ?y Mother . . . the best-known home remedy you can use to relieve distress of his cold is warming, comforting Vicks VapoR,ub. If you rub it on at bedtime, it works even while the child sleeps! And often by morning the worst miseries of his cold are gone. Try it. Get the one and only Vicks VapoBubl Mr. and Mrs. Eddie C. Jones, 511 Pennsylvania S. E., spent the holiday weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wasley at Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Gutterman and son, Ken, 818 Georgia S. E., have left to spend the winter in Miami, Fla., with their son, Vernon, who is with the Eastern Airlines there. Mrs. O. J. Davis of Des Moines : is visiting at the home of her son- j in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ! R. E. Finlayson, 705 Hampshire! N. E. I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hearity and son, Pat, of Dubuque spent Christmas with relatives and friends in Mason City. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Pauley, 303 Carolina S. E., spent Christmas eve with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson at Clear Lake and Christmas day with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Luin Cox of Belmond. Pfc. Roger Curtis has left for Parris Island, S. Car., after spend- SLOCK Ttacx with SCOTCH TAPE ADD MONTHS of life and fun to broken toys by mending them with strong, firm-holding "Scotch" Tape. f.^^ ""fyffiUF/l t£V£?^ $H fySaSAiA SCOTCH ^-TAPE WITHOUT MatSTIHINB TRANSPARENT AS «LA*< Buy It At Your Faeorite Store • Tip» on everything from gift wrapping to mending finhing rodd in our new booklet "Tupo It Easy." Send for your free copy today. Minnesota Mininic Ic Mfjt. Co., aiK Fauquier Ave., St. Paul 6, Minn. QlW «M CO. Paris Says: Z" J U N I 0 R S The news is in print .-'-. . and it comes from Paris . . . to Doris Dodson . . . to you! 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