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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1949, Mason City, Iowa LAKE GIRL WEDS IN CHURCHMiss Jeanyce ler Minneapolis daughter of Mrs Paul Miller 106 Bell street Clear Lake became the bride of Vernon A Davis Minneapolis son of Mrs Harvey Hagen St Paul and Urbane Davis Minneapolis in a dlelight ceremony at the First Methodist church Clear Lake Saturday afternoon The Rev Warner M Hubbard pastor read the double ring service at oclock The church decorations ar ranged by Roy Bates Grinnell florist and uncle of the bride were centered with a cathedral altar consisting of a double arch holding 21 candles with white satin background The arches were twined with English ivy A bowl of chrysanthemums and pompons sat in the arch At either side were tall candelabra and vases of baby mums pompons gladioli and oak leaves Arrange ments of ferns decorated the piano and choir rail and stood at either end of a railing formed by 7 white metal standards draped with nylon roping Miss Edwards Sings Mrs Harry Mason organist played a prelude of nuptial music and the traditional wedding marches and accompanied Miss Peggy Edwards who sang I Love You Truly before the ceremony and A Wedding Prayer as the couple knelt at the altar The bride who was givenin marriage by her brother Ken neth J Miller wore a gown of white slipper satin The basque bodice had loops and buttons down the back a square draped collar edged with Chantilly lace and long sleeves extending in points over the hands The skirt was made with bustle hoop skirt and junior train The fingertip veil was caught by a coronet of white carnations The bride carried shower bouquet of white carnations About her throat was a double strand of pearls gift of the bridegroom Mrs Stanley Bowen Ventura matron of honor wore a gown of copper rose taffeta and Miss Mar garet Ott Minneapolis brides maid a gown of sage green The dresses were in similar style to the brides gown Both Mrs Bowen and Miss Ott wore head circlets of pompons in fall shades and carried shirred muffs matching their dresses and covered with pom pons Attendants Named Laverne Davis St Paul twin brother of the bridegroom was bestman Ray Pearson Bob Oas and Don Erickson all of Minne apoliis were ushers Mrs Miller mother of the bride wore a suitd ress of iri descent moire taffeta with brown accessories and a glamelia cor sage Mrs Hagan mother of the bridegroom wore navy blue with matching accessories and corsage of pink rosebuds Mrs James Miller 306 N E Street Clear Lake and Mrs Dora Dickinson Walker Minn grandmothers re spectively of the bride and bride groom wore pompon corsages in autumn shades Following the ceremony a re ception was held in the church parlors which were decorated with fall flowers The serving table was centered with a 3tiered wedding cake made in the form of a cross and topped with a mini ature bridal couple The cake was made and decorated by Mrs James Miller The wedding party was seated at a long table decor ated with fall flowers lighted candles and wedding bells Mrs Roscoe Miller aunt of the bride cut and served the cake Mrs Kenneth Miller her sister inlaw poured and Miss Mary Campney presided over the punch bowl Mrs James Holub Mason Cityaunt of the bride acted as hostess Mrs Gwenth Bond Ma son City had charge of the guest book Miss Pauline Anderson Minneapolis arranged the gifts and Mrs Donald Wass Mason City Mrs Milo Hall Stanhope and Mrs Ray Borrill served On Wedding Trip Mrs Davis was graduated from Clear Lake high school and is em ployed as teletype operator for Cargill Incorporated Minne apolis Mr Davis was graduated from Harding high school St Paul served as an engineer with the merchant marines during the war and is now a draftsman for Clear Lake Globe Gazette IF YOUB PAPER IS NO DELIVERED BY BQO 88U OR 359 NO COMFLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER7J WaTanYe Plan Benefit Fun Night Clear for a bene fit Fun Night to be held at Witkes cafe the evening of Nov 15 were announced by Mrs Earl Gary chairman of the finance committee of the Clear Lake Wa Tan Ye club at the dinner meet ing at Witkes Monday evening The party is open to the pub lic both men and women and there will be games refreshments and prizes Tickets will be sold in advance and each club mem ber will furnish 2 prizes one for a man and one for a woman Mrs Gerald Brooks reported on the Algona anniversary party at tended by Mmes Brooks G Wen dell Wilcox and Glenn Thome and the Misses Ruth Toppin and Ruth Watts Plans were made by Mrs C Luymes and Miss Watts to attend the national convention at Davenport as delegates Saturday and Sunday Court whist was played with Mrs B A Morse and Miss Linda Herreman winning prizes Since all the blood bank bot tles have not been collected the report on this project was post poned until later this week Mmes W M Hubbarcl and Thorne are hostesses for Novem ber The next meeting is Nov 7 Clear Lake Calendar Scout leaders Mrs T G Burns SOB S 2nd street Christian Workers food sale P G E 11 a m Lions club V T Vf clubroom St Margarets Episcopal guild Grill cafe 1 Zion Lutheran Aid Rachel circle Mrs Gunner Anderson church par lors Hannah circle Mrs Ted Ger ties 601 Washington Naomi circle Mrs Fred Larson 711 N 3rd street W C T U Mrs Carrie Watts 502 N 4th street Brownies 41 Lincoln building Girl Scout troop 7 junior high hullding Cub Scouts den C Wcdobs Mrs C E Ashland Victory Queens 4H club Halloween party Fall festival St Patricks Catholic church dinner 5 to 8 Park chapter No 35 O E S Masonic temple Girl Scout Council Mrs Otto B Pe tersen 204 E Main street 8 Triple C club Mrs R J Cillan 1117 S 2nd street TriforHI Bridge club Mrs Herbert Jensen 315 S 4th street 8 Odd Fellows club dance I O O T hall a Lake township Farm Bureau Emery schoolhouse 8 the Engineers Research associ ation St Paul Mr and Mrs Davis have gone on a wedding trip to Duluth Minn For travel the bride wore a green and tan checked suit with matching hat green accessories and corsage of bronze pompons They will live in Minneapolis Out of guests included Mr and Mrs Harvey Hagan St Paul Mr and Mrs Urbane Davis Minneapolis Mr and Mrs Morris Secor Wheaton 111 and Pat Dickinson Walker Minn also other relatives and friends from Minneapolis St Paul CassLake and Walker Minn Wheaton 111 and Grinhell and Mason City Prenuptial courtesies were given for the bride by Mmes James Miller and James Holub Mmes Harry Mason and Stanley Bowen and by Miss Ila Hansen Minneapolis WANTED men in Clear Lake and vicinity to know that Frank Mor gan of Ed V Price stylist and custom tailoring expert will be at our store on THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 a complete showing of 300 new Fall and Winter sam ples for suits topcoats and overcoats scientifically made to your own measure for for DIG MEN TALL MEN SHORT MEN MEN Buy a Suit That Suits Only You PEASE THE CLOTHIER CLEAR LAKE HEADS A V S C Peter Andersen was named chairman of the board for the All Veterans Social Center Clear Lake at a meeting of the group Monday evening Fred Bauni continues as secretarytreasurer New members of the operating board are Mr Baum Richard VanSlyke Dr W H Crumbaugh and John Perkins Walter Wag ner was named to fill the unex pired term of K J Aurdal Other board members are Kay Krucff gel L B Schwietert and Syd Thompson The work of the board the past year was highly commended and the general policies to obtain this year were outlined Joyce Olson Heads DaughrersofLand Clear Olson was elected president of Daughters of the Land 4H girls at the home of Connie Albers Saturday Jackie Weydert was elected vice presi dent B Ann Stork secretary treasurer Verla Toppin histori an and Connie Albers reporter Florence and Dolores Floy and Sally Jo Smith were welcomed as new members and Mrs Blackwell was a visitor A gift of was voted to the polio fund The next meeting will be Nov 12 at the home of Eunice Ax Harlan Ott Buried in Lake Cemetery Clear services for Harlan Ott 53 Clear Lake farmer who died at a Mason City hospital Friday morning of com plications brought on by hardening of the arteries were held at the Methodist church Monday after noon The Rev Warner M Hub bard pastor conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake cemetery The Wilcox funeral chapel was in charge Pallbearers were 6 nephews Donald Jack and Ralph Ott Jr Larry Miller and Kenneth and Leon Lincicum Mrs L E Jacob son accompanied at the organ by Mrs Harry Mason sang One Sweetly Solemn Thought and Near the Heart of God Messrs and Mmes Walter Wood and Oscar Frederickson arranged the flowers Several memorial gifts were received Veterans of World war I in charge of Forde Lee conducted military rites at the graveside F P Walker and L G Stunkard were color bearers and Dr F L Knutson and Supt T G Burns color guard The firing squad in cluded Jens Wind C A Pease Sr Leo Stork and L W Rickard Allan Kelly and Calvin Ashland sounded Taps Relatives present from a dis tance included Alick Thompson and daughter Mrs Rollin Bohn ing Detroit Mich Robert Thomp son Arlington Va Mr and Mrs Hans Mortenson Mr and Mrs AustinTIeste and Mrs Hazel Bred low and daughter Linda Britt Mr and Mrs P J Kirkpatrick and Mr and Mrs William Wooge Crystal Lake Mr and Mrs Joe Geibel Corwith Mrs Marion Espe Kanawha Mr and Mrs Leon Ott Raymond Ott Mrs Hil ma Bloomquist and Mrs Jesse Ott Boxholm Mr and Mrs Willis Kuhn Fort Dodge Miss Margaret Ott Minneapolis and Jack Ott Cedar Falls Mr and Mrs Clyde Broom of Tulsa Okla are living at the Kuns trailer camp while the A C Holder construction company is laying a new pipe line Mr Broom is superintendent of the construction company Clear Lake Briefs Mrs Fred Lovell has returned to her homo at Glcndale Cal aft er spending 2 months at the home of Mr and Mrs L E Ashland Mrs Ashland is Mrs LovelPs niece Elderly lady wants sm apt Close in Write D17 GlobeGazette Mr and Mrs Fred Fistler E Main street are the parents of a 7 pound 9 ounce daughter Donna Fern born Saturday morning at Mercy hospital Mason City She has 3 brothers and one sister No 1 apples Brinsr baskets basket Knapp Market Mr and Mrs L E Ashland re turned Sunday evening from Iowa City where they had visited their soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs James Connell since Friday and attended the IndianaIowa football game Christian Workers food sale P G and E Wed 11 a in Mrs Don Eastman and 4 months old daughter Miriam returned Sunday after visiting the formers parents Mr and Mrs Harry York Warroad Minn They returned with Mr and Mrs Harry Baago and daughter Donna and Don Eastman who drove there Friday and returned Sunday Civic League Rummage Sale Sat Oct 22 Legion Hall Junior Luther League will meet October 27 at the Zion Lutheran church Ida Markworth president is in charge of the devotional and social session Mr and Mrs Otto Peterson Mr and Mrs Eldon Fin er and Mr and Mrs Harold Jor genrud will be adult sponsors at this meeting Parents will take turns at this duty For Rent Sm furn apt 1 or 2 Ph 118W 108 S Oak Mrs Herbert Bonin and daugh ter Diane returned Sunday from Des Moines where they spent a week at the home of the formers cousin Mrs Harold Lawlar and family St Patricks Fall Festival Chick en supper Fancy work Fish pond Public invited Mr and Mrs D G Cowan have moved from Tulsa Okla to 222 S Shore Drive Mr Cowan is pur chasing agent for A C Holder construction company of Tulsa Wednesday only 10 off on coats and snow suits Ange Woodys Lustre Cleaner Bldg Mrs F E Gentry returned Sun day from Everett Wash where she spent 3 weeks at the home of a niece Mrs E J Hammon and family Her sister Mrs I H Fur Icigh returned with her Ervroute Mrs Gentry visited her brothers at Cogswell N Dak Brampton and Mandan N Dak and a neph ew at Walnut Grove Minn Mrs W H Bishop worthy mat ron announced Tuesday that no dinner will be served preceding the O E S meeting at Masonic Temple Wednesday evening Re freshments will be served at the close Guests from several nearby towns are expected to attend chapter meeting in token of Friendship night The Rev Axci Sheveland Bel mond will arrive Wednesday eve ning with his niece to live in the Zion Lutheran parsonage and serve the Zion Lutheran congregation until a new pastor is called and arrives The Rev and Mrs Ruben Mostrom and family moved Tues day to St Paul where the former has a new pastorate Mr and Mrs Carl Huffaker and 2 children have moved to Clear Lake from Tulsa Okla Mr Huf faker is time keeper for the Holder Construction company at Tulsa Mr and Mrs William Shea re turned to their home in Minneapo lis Sunday after spending 2 weeks at the John Weir farm home They were accompanied by Miss Laura Engler who spent the summer on the farm Ora Ostrander Son Dies in Hospital Clear infant son of Mr and Mrs Ora Ostrander of North Shore drive died ata Ma son City hospital about 4 oclock Tuesday morning He was born at the hospital Saturday evening No funeral arrangements have been made The body is at the Wards funeral home Besides his parents the baby is survived by a twin brother They are the first children in the family Mrs Ostrander was Miss Ethel Webb Salem Ore before her marriage CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all frierids and relatives in our recent bereave ment who donated blood during Larrys illness and who sent flowers money and gifts at the time of the funeral Mr and Mrs James OConnor and Family Mrs Mary Hanna Oct 18 1949 Mason City GlobeGazette Mason CHy la Mason Cityans Attend U C T Grand Counsellor Schmidt Honored A delegation from Mason City Council 107 United Commercial Travelers of America attended the grand counsellors night held at Waterloo at Hotel President Saturday night honoring A L Doc Schmidt of Mason City who holds the state office of grand counsellor Mason Cityans in attendance were Mr and Mrs Schmidt W M Huffman junior counsellor of the local council and Mrs Huff man Mr and Mrs J D Farrer the latter grand junior of the womans auxiliary George W Miller conductor of the local council and Mrs Miller H W Little page and Mrs Little and Frank B Balkam secretary and treasurer of the Mason City coun cil and past grand counsellor and Mrs Balkam The local delegation reported the meeting well attended with men and women present from Du buque Clinton Charles City Des Moines Cedar Rapids Iowa Falls and various other towns The meeting began with a dinner with talks given by various offi cers Separate business sessions for the council and the auxiliary followed Benefit Dance for Athletics A benefit dance for the St Joseph Athletic association will be held at the Surf ballroom Thurs day evening with Lynn Kerns or chestra playing The purpose of the dance is to promote funds to support the ath letic program at St Josephs school for participation of stu dents in basketball baseball and intramurals The public is invited to this dance Tickets are available at Abel Son Inc the Dillon com pany Decker Brothers sporting goods and the Casey Drug com pany Its all yours THIS IUICK SWCIAl 3PASSINeil COUM Modtl 46 does duty as a builneu car and a spacious carrier for small family for less than you think KJN your eyes over this fresh new beautys Take in its stylesetting nonlocking bumperguard grille the graceful down sweep of its fender lines so unmistakably Buick and we think youll It looks like a lot of the fact is its a lot for your money Take in those bigger interiors the sofasoft seats the easy control and the high visibility you get from the morethangenerous glass area all youll beam at the news that this ones priced for really modest budgets right down near the lowest priced three Beyond this gorgeous new Buick SPECIAL through its paces Sample its valveinhead straightieight power lively everthrilling kind that comes from a highcompression highpressure Fire ball engine When better are built BUICK will build them Youll find a ride thats pillowsoft smooth level and steady You get ample in shorter bumpertobumper length for easy parking garaging maneuvering Youll find a car that handles light as lace made even more of a breeze by Dynaflow Drive available at your option at moderate extra cost So why not do a thorough matchingup of price tags and what theyll buy around town In particular put this straighteight beauty up against the sixes feature for dollar for youll see for yourself theres nothing to touch this Buick as a buy Yes go see your Buick dealer take in the SPECIAL from every learn how quickly you can have one for your own SEE and HEAR OESCiV and FIREBALL FUXFOHALL Thuaia Texvuio HOW YOUR KEY TO GSEATttVXlUE in HENRY J TAYLOR ABC Monday BlRUMOLSON CO 316 No Federal Ave Phone 287
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