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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1950, Mason City, Iowa f Sleep Wear Is Brighter Briefer Too By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Fashion Editor Nowadays your bedtime attire may be as gay as your beach and brief and Practically as Gals who dont care for the trailing effects of the traditional nightgown may choose gay knee length models in lacy or tailored styles or may set off for dream land m baremidriff arrange ments of shorts and bra in bright red or navy blue seersucker trimmed with white eyelet em broidery a startling but light hearted effect Responsible for much of the current trend toward brighter and briefer sleepwear is a s m a 11 blonde dynamo by the name of Dora Gottlieb whose kneelength nightgowns and boudoir shorts have become practically required equipment for college girls and their careerminded sisters Miss Gottlieb admits that she has been designing since the age of three when her dolls were the bestdressed in the neighborhood Most of her adult years have been spent thinking up new ways for women to look glamorous at bedtime but her biggest coup has been in her shorty gowns and pajamas Some of these arc like dainty abbreviated nightshirts and others could pass for beach wear She uses fine cotton batitse embroidery and lace in the brief gowns which she calls My Knees is likely to come tip with any material from cotton plissc to nylon in the shorty pajamas current edition of which she christens Jelly Bean Dora also believes that there is no sound reason for night wear to be limited to the conventional pastel tones and white So her sleep fashions are likely to be bright green scarlet or tangerine though there are always some pastels included for the timid The new high colors have been selling like hotcakes and Dora is notsurpriscd Says she Color can create a happy mood Applied to sleepwear it can create the right mood for healthy relaxed sleeping For her traditionminded cus tomers Dora also makes full length nightgowns of course In fact she once attended a swank formal dance attired in a floor length nightgown from her stock which doubled so successfully ss an evening gown that she was besieged for the name of her dressmaker admitting only after ward that she had worn a night gown which retailed at v MARRIED AT ST the 24th wcdtlina annlvcrsTv of the bridegrooms parents Miss Margaret Mary Downs of Mr and Mrs J J Downs 534 20th S E became the bride of George W Lmdahl son of Mr and Mrs P J Lindahl of Albert Lea m St Joseph Catholic church The lit Rev P J Malone per formed the double ring May 9 before an altar decorated I T with white snapdragons Thomas Miss Lmdalils R0wn was McMenimen and Ronald Weber flUcd bodice acolvtes were Sister Mary Rose Marie was organist and accompanied Mrs Mary Evelyn Ilecldens who sami Ave Maria On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother Oh Lord I Am Not Worthy and Prinis An geticus during the nuptial muss The bride who was escorted to the altar by her father wore a white slipper satin gown long sleeved with fitted bodice and white lace yoke with a small col lar pinned with an antique brooch which had been worn by her maternal grandmother on her wedding day The skirt was full with pleated side pcplums and a long train edged with wide im ported Chantilly lace Her finger tip veil was held in place with a net flowertrimmed bonnet and she carried a sheaf of white calla lilies from which hung streamers ofwhite satin ribbon lied with snapdragon blossoms and fern leaves Her attendants were Miss Colccn Phalcn maid of honor Miss Theresa Downs sister of the bride senior bridesmaid Miss Patricia Lindahl sister of the bridegroom junior bridesmaid and Mary Jane Bair flower girl Miss Phalens gown was of white embroidered organza over yellow taffeta made with an off shoulder yoke edged u with a deep ruffle and a full erod skirt Her colonial bouquet S was of deep pink roses and white snapdragons Miss Downs wore green faille full skirted with bouf fant fishtail bustle and long green mitts Her bouquet was yellow roses centered in white snap ace your fur coat should NOT be is in your closet Use Our Modern Cold Storage Vaults Phone G41 OUR BONDED MESSENGER WILL CALL 215 North Federal COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNER 12 Oclock Noon to P M Choice of Fresh Vegetable Soup with Sal tines Chilled Tomato Juice or Chilled Grapefruit Juice A la Carte Complete Dinner Grilled U S Choice Boneless Sirloin Steak Roast Young Chicken Celery Dressing Breaded Veal Cutlet Tomato Sauce Choice of Three with Aliovc Buttered Carrots and Peas Fluffy Whipped Potatoes Buttered Cabbage Hashed Brown Potatoes Sliced Tomato French Dressing with deep ruffled apron front ending in a bustle at the back and she also carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses and white snap dragons Mary Jane was dressed in ruffled yellow organdy and carried a yellow basket of rose petals Each of the attendants wore a matching hat of taffeta with a deep ruffle of net tied under the jchin with long net ribbons Jerome E Downs brother of the bride served Mr Lindahl as bcst man and Norman Heinsclman Ray Bucll Blue Earth Minn and Roland Rosa of Mason City were ushers The mother of the bride wore a blue suit with while accessories and an orchid hat The mother of the bridegroom wore navy with white accessories and a small navy hat Both had white gardenia cor sages A wedding luncheon at the Hotel Hanford for 120 guests followed the ceremony Yellow and green candles flanked bowLs of yellow and white snapdragons on the brides table and formed a back ground for the 3ticrcd cake decorated with calla lilies and yellow roses and garlanded at the base with srnilax and small yel low roses Mrs Lloyd Kelroycut the cake and Mrs Merle Jordahl had charge of the book Mrs H Weber and Mrs C R Bailacted stcsscs and Mrs Earl Welsh had charge of the gift table Guests from out of town were the Misses Mary and Irene Baum stark aunts of the bride from Sic Geaevieve Mo Mr and Mrs P r Lindahl and daughter Patricia Mr and Mrs Merle Jordahl Mr and Mrs Wm O Lindahl Mr Gilbert Grcgcrson Mrs Edith Kecler Mr and Mrs Bernard Augustine Mrs Carl G Lindahl Mrs Mary Jensen Mrs Flovd Robinson Joe Thomas Ray Peterson and R J Lin dahl all of Albert Lea Minn Mrs Hans Olson and daughter of Garner Ray Buell of Blue Earth Minn Mr and Ross Fink Paul Fink of Sanborn Miss Kate Downs of Sheldon and Mrs Mary Mattes Fort Wayne Ind Mrs Lindahl is a graduate of St Josephs high school and attended Mason City junior college and Hamilton School of Commerce She is employed in the office of the Mercy hospital Mr Lindahl was graduated from Albert Lea school and attended the Hamilton School of Commerce in Mason City He served in the navy during World war II and is employed as an accountant at the Birum Olson company in Mason City Following open houc at the brides home at 534 20th St S h the couple left for a weeks trip through the Ozarks Mrs Lindmls traveling costume was a blue tweed suit with plaid trim and box stylo fingertip length jacket a pineapple green hat and navy blue accessories Her corsago was a white orchid On their return they will be at home at 630 Washiruton S W Home Made Clovcrlcaf Roll nnd Butter Home Made Pie Cake or Fruit Jcllo Coffee Tea Mill Hot Roast Turkey Sandwich with Giblet Gravy Fluffy Whipped Potatoes Grilled Cube Steak Sandwich on Buttered Points Crisp French Fried Potatoes Slice of Tomato 45c Toast 50c The Scots call New Hogmanay Years Eve SPECUl GIFTBOXED PIACE SETTINGS Fivepiece plncc settings in Franciscan Fine Cliinn A really fine china you will love and use with pride Special anniversary sale May 15 to Juno 17 Iowa Tea Co North Iowas Largest Display of Dimierwarc 2f Fast State Modernization Not Aim of Homemaker measuring stick for liumc living of the last few years has incorrectly appeared to be solely in terms of tion says Louise Koscnfehl Iowas stale home economies ex tension leader Iowa Slate college But wonderful as modern homes are the greatest change has1 been not in tiic actual physical change of the home but in the role American homemakers are assuming in their communities the nation and the world Miss Rosen folds tribute to Iowas homemakers came as a part of recognition of National Home Demonstration week focusing at tention upon the rural homemaker and the changes for living she lias brought about for her family as a result of talcing part in a vast educational program in home economics More than 3 mil lion homemakers have been active participants in the program dur ing this past of them Iowa homemakers Perhaps tiie most significant compliment that can come the way of these alert homemakers Miss Rosenfeld continued is that many lownswomen who have never had the advantage of home demonstration studies are today seeking such help Home econom ics extension work is also beini considered for the families of workers in industry What has happened in the half ccntury of working with rural homemakers is that though their programs were started and have continuously been built around answering the fundamental prob lems of food and shelter the vision of homemak ing has far exceeded this she added Few homemakers hereto fore had thought that they were having a very wonderful time out of life just keening house Now they know that the role of home making is a vital one in building for a better world tomorrow If we have shared in making homemaking important to women that is the realization of home eco nomics extension work she added Iowa homemakers and the wom en throughout the naton have some challenging asks ahead of then along with learning how to feed cloth and shelter their fam ilies better There is a challenge theyre told in keeping the neigh borhood tics that have weakened with modern modes of living and transportation There is a chal lenge in helping rural young peo ple find a happy way of life in in dustrial areas for not all of Iowas farm young people can be reab sorbed on the farm There is a challenge in keeping the family even keel in times of hard ship Thus homemnking she pointed out becomes not the routine tasks of everyday living within the 4 walls o 1 he house but a vital role in a changing world Better Citizens Aim of School Education in citizenship has been carried out in a project this year by St Katharines school Davenport Planned to augment the student bodys knowledge of civic affairs and to prepare the students o assume leadership re sponsibilities as adult citizens in their respective communities the program included visits to vari ous organizations in theQuad City area Following these visits and talks with the heads of the civic groups a special assembly was held this week at Sf Katharines Student speakers outlined the histories and purposes of such organizations as the local symphony National In fantile Paralysis f o u n d a t i o n Leafue of Women Voters Wom ens club Visiting Nurses associa tion the municipal art gallery and museum and the Junior Red Cross SI Katharines an Episcopal boarding and day school for girls lias a student government news paper and bank so that its stu dents may learn responsibilities in various phases of life Swingen Pupils to Be in Recita HOLY FAMILY JUNIOR PROM GRAND MARCHLeading the grancfmarchatthe openmjr Of the junior prom at the Holy Family school gymnasium Thursday evening were Pom McCauley junior class officer and member of the committee in charge and 1 hyllis ISuitfcnt They were followed by Tom Shcehy senior class president and Jean Mason Am by Meyers orchestra from Fairmont Minn provided the music e the the Mrs Bowling Leagu Off cers Named Officers were elected by newly organized Women of Moose Bowling league Thui evening at Moose hall Charles Luick being named presi dent and Mrs L H Peterson secretarytreasurer Four named were Mrs Lorraine Gcphart Mrs George Chiipdelaiane Mrs Laurice Nune maker and Irene Snyder Present at the meeting were Mrs Fred Rule Mrs Gephait Alma Torfcrson Mrs Harold Manskith Mrs Nuncmakrr Mrs Snyder Mrs William Muhlstein Mrs Isabel Ferguson Mrs George Chapdelaine Mrs Harry Walters and Mrs George Van Note The next meeting will be in June Breakfast Club Meets at Party Credit Womens Breakfast club will have a May breakfast at the Cerro Gordo hotel May 17 Members of the club gathered for a May day party in the Mutual Insurarco building May 10 where May poles and uarei streamers decorated the tables The parly was a benefit event and panics were nlaycd prizes go ing to Mrs Nell Haskins Doris Coleman Zion Mrs Paul Hinch and Mrs Marguerite Letts The finance committee was in charge Kitchen nnd refreshments were arranged by LaVaun Sig lin Margaret Isaacson Jpno Con lin nnd Evcrsnn candy booth Mnrcia Downs and Doris Epilde Betty Swarnor Jean Michils and Mnrlys Hskins rn tcrtainmcM1 Iia VGrai h Mar ion Kittlcson Doris Allen ant Tina Martin SUMMER ROUNDUP PARTY IS HELD Prospective McKinloy kinrlor gnrtners and mothers were guests at a summer roundup party at McKiniey school Mr H J Pruns kindergarten teacher pro vided entertainment and Miss Ma WAVE SPECIALS MACHINE MACHINELESS COLD WAVES ond 5775 Complete Uith Shampoo Haircut and Styling Tlastic Haircut 1U S Federal Over Krcsge Open Evenings by Appointment Doris Dickrich Phyllis Zernn nek and Ruth Swingen Brose of Die Music studio will present their students in a series of piano recitals Sunday afternoon at the Y W C A The first rrcilal will ho nt 1 oclock the 2nd at 1MH and the last at 4 oclock j Special numbers to be played include tho first movement ofj Concerto in R Flat Minor by j Tsohaikowsky played by Bonnie Nicholas Concerto in A Minor by Schumann played by Dean Diggins o Hampton and Griegs Cnncortn in A Minor by Avis Mullcr of Osago Mrs Brosc will play ivchestral par Is on lmi piano ENCAMPMENT AUXILIARY CONDUCTS MEETING Encampment i u x i I i a r y mot Thursday evening in the T O O T pirlors wilh Uu1 chief mdriarch Mrs L A Parker presiding Corn millcf reports were given includ ing an account of a new auxiliary insiitnled at ATontezuina IMriy i Kcfrrslimcnls wore served to Ilie pilriarchs and malriarchs follow ing the meeting by Claude Whitney Mrs Maude Maxson and Mrs A D Diercks MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT CRESCO licenses have been issued 1o Stanford Schnapp 21 and Virginia Sathcr 21 RnchcslfM Minn William Fors hloin 23 River Falls Wis and Kathorine Falteisik 27 Si Paul Minn bcl Zickafoosc school nurse talked on medical examinations and im They were introduced by Miss Lena Nicholas principal Refreshments were served favors being given to the children Mrs Jack Laskewick roundup chair man was assisted by Mines E D Peterson William GolbulC and Victor Jiernharl Miss Nicholas poured ST SUZANNA CIRCLE MEETS AT LEWIS HOME St Susannas circle met Thurs day evening at the rural home of Mrs Frank Lewis with Mrs Am brose Lewis and Mrs Jim Barra ghy assisting There were 19 mem bers and 2 guests and after the business s e s s i o n games were played the prize going to Miss Anna Kuntz Refreshments were served by the hostess The next meeting will be held with Mrs Rose Morehead MERRIE MARRIED CLASS HAS PARTY Merrie Married class of the First Methodist church hud a scavenger hunt ant a wiener roast Thursday in West park On the committee were Mr and Mrs Harry Mendon Mr and Mrs oob Guild Mr and Mrs Pcrnarcl Peyton and Mr and Mrs Gordon Pylc Mr and Mrs Dean Clausen were guesis LORRAINE PAUL IS TO BECOME BRIDE Dccorah The engagement of Miss Lorraine daughter of Mr rnd Mrs Fred Pahl of Canoe township and Carstcn Hovden son of Mr and Mrs Carl Hovden of Dccorah has been announced The wedding will take place in Juno Walther League Groups to Rally Iowa 150 members of the Walther league in the churches of the Eldora circuit of the Lutheran church Iowa district east Missouri synod will have a rally in the Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran church in Iowa Falls Sunday May 14 Registration will begin at 2 p m and there will be a business scs May 12 1950 Mason CUy GlobeGazette sion in the afternoon Dinner will be served in the church at 6 p m Representatives from the 13 churches in the Eldora circuit are expected to attend according to the Rev H H Kirchmann pastor of the host church Dedicate New Ossian Church Rev V T Jordahl of Mason Cit3r will deliver the dedicatory sermon of the new par ish hall recently completed by the Stavanger congregation south of Ossian Sunday at 10 a m Mr Jordahl is president of Iowa dis trict of the Evangelical Lutheran church The Rev V A Fiskerbeck is pastor of the church The new structure is 30 by 66 feet full basement and first floor The basement will be used for var ious gatherings and the first floor will contain Sunday school class rooms An addition 16 by 24 feet will house the heating plant and lavatory rooms The structure cost Flics to Norway Alne left recently for New York from where he took a plane for Norway He came to the United States 40 years ago from Norway and Jiasnt been back since He has a mother who is 82 years old 3 sisters one brother and many friends whom he will visit there HOOVER SALES AND 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