Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 23
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< D/R Chapter Entertained , at • Kensett Mason City chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met, Wednesday for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Raymond Coe at Kensett. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Stanley Lucas, Mrs. P. C. Rampton, Mrs. C. E. Oilman, Mrs. Carl Rice and Mrs. Jacob Lew. Following the business meeting Mrs. T. M. Hilton, regent, gave a report on the northeast district meeting which was held at Cedar Rapids on Sept. 27. The program on "The American Indian" was presented by Mrs. D. J. Bredall. Mrs. Royce Farrer played 2 selections of Indian mutt sic. Mrs. H. E. Swarner read a by Mrs , Harry Indian History." paper prepared Wright, "Iowa Mrs. Charles Crumb talked Navajo Indians and showed dolls on SOCIETY NEWS made by Indian tribes. Mrs. Harold Posey talked on Bacone School for Indians. Guests were Mrs. C. H. Dwelle, th -, regent of the Northwood chapter, Mrs. Gregg of the Emmetsburg chapter, and Mrs. Richard Schwin from Mason City. —o— WAC Enlistment Being Sought The army and air force main recruiting station nt Waterloo, announces that there are 4 openings for enlistments in the Women's Army Corps for the month of October. From present date until Dec. 31, as many applicants with prior service may be enlisted as desire enlistment. Further information pertaining to these enlistments may be obtained from the local army and air force recruiting station in Mason City. GET YOUR COPY OF THE SINGER SEWING BOOK This handy sewing manual contains complete sewing instructions and detailed illustrations to cover all sewing problems as well as the use of all attachments. Beautifully cloth bound with glossy pages. $O95 3 These books make ideal Christmas presents, Get yours today . . . SINGER SEWING MACHINE 123 North Federal Phone 2211 b *» Church Women Have Seminar in Des Moines Three Mason City women attended the United Council of Church Women seminar conducted in Des Moines Wednesday, Mrs. R. J. Edwards council president, Mrs. Harry Wright, program chairman, and Mrs. Ray Rorick, radio chairman. The session was one of 4 seminars being conducted in Iowa by the Iowa Council of Church Women, in co-operation with the National council. Other meetings are at Davenport, Sioux City and Council Bluffs. There are 15 seminar teams with 75 women involved and they will visit 37 cities west of the Mississippi. The meetings are planned to create interest in community problems and to study national and international a if airs. Mrs. N. W. McBeath, president of the Iowa Council of Church Women opened the meeting in the Central Christian church in Des Moines, discussing local council projects and programs. Mrs. W. L. Crowding, Sunbury, Pa., conducted worship periods throughout the day. Mrs. E. Lester Keyser, Baltimore, Md., talked on organization of councils, finance, promotion and publicity. Both Mrs. Crowding and Mrs. Keyser are presidents of their respective states. Mrs. E. B. Zellar, Cedar Rapids, discussed legislation and urged women to vote. She gave the luncheon address on "Creating Christian Opinion." Following the meetings in Iowa, the 4 speakers will leave for Los Angeles to attend the National Council board meeting. —o— H elping the omema ker By CECILY BROWNSTONE SCHOOL LUNCH Scalloped Lamb Buttered Peas Crisp Carrot Sticks Bread and Butter Blanc Mange Beverage BLANC MANGE Ingredients: i cup sugar, 24 tablespoons corn starch, 4 teaspoon salt, 2 cups milk, 1 egg (well beaten), j teaspoon vanilla. Method: Put the sugar, corn starch, and salt in the top of a double boiler and mix thoroughly. Gradually add the milk, blending well after each addition. Place over boiling water and cook, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens. Cover and continue to cook for 10 minutes longer, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat. Gradually pour over the egg, stirring well as you do so. Return to double boiler and cook 2 minutes longer, stirring continually. Remove from heat. Stir in the vanilla; cool. Pour into individual serving dishes and chill. Makes 4 servings. Queen Rebekah ! Circle Meets Queen Rebekah circle met in the I. O. O. F. parlors Wednesday afternoon with the president, Mrs. A. V. Hertig, presiding. Mrs. H. W. Erickson, messenger of the Rebekah Assembly was introduced. It was voted to give to the Community Chest. The Rebekahs will have a rummage sale on Oct. 28 and 29. Queen Rebekah Lodge was announced for Friday night. A program in charge of Mrs. Mertig was held. Refreshments were served after the meeting with Mrs. F. H. Schweer, Mrs. Clar- ence Hubacher, Miss Ida Baker, Mrs. O. Rhodes. The tables were decorated with fall flowers. Mrs. O. C. Gundlach will have charge of the program at the next meeting and Mrs. S. J. Wodarcak will be chairman of the refreshment committee. The meeting closed with a poem, "The Postage Stamp," read by Mrs. Erickson. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES , West Union—Marriage licenses have been issued to Keith Ronald Dyball, 23, Sumnei, and Wanita Pagel, 20, Oelwein; Gerald J. Scheckel, 26, Bellevue, and Elizabeth Blong, 21, Waucoma; Homer Ronald Jensen, 24, Des Molnes, and Augusta Clara Miller, 24, Clermont; Richard Egan, legal, Westgate, and Jeanette Flanagan, legal, Wadena; Earl Jacobson, 34, LeRoy, Minn., and Blanche Johnson, 35, Ossian; Cletus Joseph Meyer, 25, and Agnes A. Schmitt, both of Waucoma; Gordon John Erickson, 24, Freeport, 111., and Ruth J. Anderson, 21, Oelwein; Harold R. Faust, 29, Hawkeye, and Vida Maxine Fox, 22, Fayette; John W. Fay, 23, Frederlcksburg, and Edna M. Franzen; 17, Hawkeye. —o— \VHEELER-NEHRING Iowa Falls—Miss Colleen Nehring and Arch John Wheeler of Iowa Falls exchanged marriage vows Sept. 30, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Nehring, who live near Iowa Falls. The single ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Sidney Werkema, pastor of the Christian Reformed church. Attendants of the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Chaplin. The couple will live on a farm near Iowa Falls. DOMEK-WESTFALL Fenton — Miss LaVonne Westfall and James Domek were married Sept. 28 in St. Thomas' Catholic church, Emmetsburg. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruhn, Mrs. Bruhn being Mr. Domek's sister. After Oct. «, 1949 15 Mason City Globe-Gazette, M»»»n City, U, a trip to northern Minnesota they; will farm near Fairville. [OTHERS COAST TO | _coAsr APPROVE**. THIS ASPIRIN MADE JUST FOft CHILDREN a Attunt correct dotag* * Caty fe gfv* 4 Coiy to tok« • Orang* flavored Each tablet is V 4 adult dose. 50 tablets 35c. 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T. A. room mothers met at the school Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. E. Allen in charge. Plans were made for a series of get-acquainted teas and parties to be held during the year were discussed. Room mothers are: Kindergarten, Mrs. Ernest Johnson, first; Mrs. Charles Larson and Mrs. Kenneth Lehman; 2nd Mrs. John McCauley; 3rd, Mrs. H. A. Reynolds and Mrs. H. Kaplinger; 4th, Mrs. D. Jacobs; 5th, Mrs. G. Reublin; 6th, Mrs. H. L. James. —o— POSTNUPTIAL SHOWER HONORS MRS. TURNER A post nuptial shower was given in honor of Mrs. Charles E. Turner, formerly Alecia Rodgers, at the home of Mrs. Don Scott. Guests included Mrs. George Rodgers and Mrs. Bessie Crall, mother and grandmother of the honoree; Mrs. Charles Turner, Rock Falls, mother of the bridegroom. Other guests were Mrs. Don Morgan, Mrs. H. O. Banken, Miss Peggy Anderson and Miss Marilyn Arnold. 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