Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 4, 1949 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1949
Page 11
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Scheckel-Blong Wedding Is Held Waucoma — Miss Elizabeth Blong, daughter of Mi-s. Regina Blong, Waucoma, and the late Frank Blong, and Gerald J Scheckel, son of the Nick Scheck- els, Lamotte, were married Saturday morning in St. Mary's Catholic church, Waucoma. The Rev. Clarence E. Drummy, pastor, performed the double ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Miss Marguerite Berndt, Dubuque, maid of honor Miss Genevieve Pfeifer, LaPorte City, and Miss Betty Peck, Spring Green, Wis., bridesmaids; Isidore Herrig, Lamotte, bestman; Lee Francis, Shullsburg, Wis., and Earl Schumacher, Lamotte. The 75 attending the 12 o'clock noon dinner in St. Mary's church hall were from Waukon, Waverly Springbrook, Dyersville, Stacyville, St. Lucas, Lamotte, Lawler, Waterloo, Dubuque and Independence. The bride was graduated from St. Joseph's Mercy school of nursing, the bridegroom from Loras college, both in Dubuque. After Oct. 15 Mr. and Mrs. Scheckel will be at home in Iowa City where the bridegroom is at' tending Iowa university. —o— To fill a cooky jar for after- school snacking for youngsters choose cookies with dried fruit, molasses, rolled oats or other cereals so that boys and girls get the excellent nutrients in these loods. GRUEN WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 East Stale JL SOCIETY NEWS + + H MissWestendorf Weds H. Freese - Allison—Miss Maxine Westendorf, daughter of Mr. , and Mrs. Ed Westendorf, Allison, became the bride of Herbert Freese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Freese, Allison, in a double ring ceremony read by the Rev. R. J. Neider- wimmer, pastor, Sunday evening in St. James Lutheran church here. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Serving her as maid of honor was Miss Lois DeBower of Allison. Bridesmaids were Misses LaVonne Frey, and Joan Roose, both of Allison. Robert Weltner of Wavorly served as bestman. Lester Schrage of Allison, cousin ••• the bride, and Edward Cramer or Parkersburg, cousin of the bridegroom were ushers. Ronald Westendorf, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer and Barbara Habbinga of Peoria, 111., cousin of the bridegroom, acted as flower girl. Dean Westendorf, brother of the bride, Allison, and Miriam Gauss of Peoria, 111., were candlelighters. The bride was graduated from Allison public school and has been employed for the past year and a half with the Lutheran Mutual Insurance company at Waverly. The bridegroom was graduated from the Allison public school, attended Wartburg college one year and has been engaged in farming. —o— Salads should be tossed lightly or the ingredients will be broken up and the greens bruised. e I ping the omemaker By CECILY BROWNSTONE SUPPER MENU Cream of Asparagus Soup Crisp Crackers Cold Baked Ham. Special Potato Salad Lettuce and Tomato Saiad Hot Rolls Apple Pie Beverage SPECIAL POTATO SALAD Ingredients:- 2 pounds potatoes (6 medium), 1 cup finely, diced celery, 2 tablespoons finely diced green pepper, 3 tablespoons finely grated onion (pulp and juice), 1 cup mayonnaise-type salad dressing, 1 tablespoon cider vinegar, 1 teaspoon prepared mustard, salt and pepper to taste, 3 hard-cooked eggs, i medium-size cucumber, paprika. lwr '' l hod: Cook the potatoes in skins, peel,and cube into a large mixing bowl. (Potato, cubes should be about i-inch square.) Turn the celery, green pepper onion, mayonnaise-type s a 1 a c dressing, vinegar and mustard over the potatoes, and sprinkle with salt and freshly ground pepper. Mix well. Chop 2 of the hard- cooked eggs and mix in lightly bu well, adding more salt and pepper if necessary this time. Wash anc dry cucumber but do not peal score lengthwise with the sharp tines of a fork and slice thin. Garnish salad with remaining hard- cooked egg, cucumber and paprika. Makes 8 servings. —o— • Youngsters love a dessert mad of banana slices sandwiched witl peanut butter. Serve with a cus tard sauce if you want to add t their daily rnilk quotient. !rabb-Peterson Nuptials Held Yvonne Shirley Petersen of Chicago, daughter of Mrs. Marie 3 etersen of Nora Springs, and Dr. Donald H. Crabb, Chicago, son of tfr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Crabb, Cedar Rapids, were married in the American Lutheran church in ra Springs Sunday by the Rev. W. G. Pfeffer who performed the ingle ring ceremony. Jo Ann Petersen, niece of the Dride, was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. W. G. Pfeffer. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Crabb, Glendive, Mont., jrpther and sister-in-law of the >ridegroom. The bride was given n marriage by her brother, Car] H. Petersen, Nora Springs. A reception was held in the church basement and the couple left on a wedding trip to California. After Oct. 31, Dr. and Mrs. Crabb will be at home in Chicago. She attended Iowa State Teachers college and the University of Iowa and has been service representative for the Illinois Bell Telephone company. The bridegroom attended Coe college and :he University of Iowa where he received his medical degree. He is on the staff of the Norwegian American hospital in Chicago and Oct. 3, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Maion Clly, la, American nubpiuu in i>niuago ana n p]ta p: sol - or it v is practicing medicine in Chicago. I Uelta il soloru y He is a member of Nu Sigma Nu and she is a member of Alpha Ease Colds Miseries Mothers Best Known Way Mystery Ended For centuries, millions of Pin-Worm victims Slave desperately sought a way to deal with these pests that live in the human body. A new, ocientiflc treatment, Jaynt't P-W Vermifuge, now odors real relief. P-W'« vital ingredient is a modieally-approved drug that attacks Pin-Wortns in the intestines and removes them from the body. So watch lor warning signs, especially the tormenting rectal itch. Then ask your druggist for P-W, the small, eisy-to-take tablets perfected by the famous Jayne Co., specialists in worm remedies for over 100 years. Gel rial relief: P-W ® for Pin Warmtl Mother ... for soothing relief from miseries of your little one's nasty cold, be sure to rub his throat, chest and back with Vicks VapoRub. Children love it because it's so warming and comforting. And can use VapoRub as often as needed—day or night. Instantly —the moment you rub it on—VapoRub starts to work to relieve miserable discomforts of the cold. Its famous relief-brfng- ing action lasts for hours...oases coughs, relieves upper bronchial congestion, soothes irritation ... and keeps on working to bring wonderful relief even while your youngster sleeps. Try it! For children and grownups—get the one and only Best-known home remedy you can use to relieve distress of colds WAPOR-JB FORMER MASON CITYAN WEDS — Miss Beverly Billman, formerly of Mason City, became the bride of James Bradford May in a ceremony performed by the Rev. R. B. Reed, Sept. 10 in the Hollywood Lutheran church. The bride's father, Lester Billman, gave her in marriage and she wore a white satin gown and the veil of Mrs. James McGeorge of El Monte, Cal.,*friend of the bride's mother. She carried a white prayer book topped by lilies of the valley and tied with pal green ribbon streamers. Miss Margaret Faye Brown, maid of honor, was attired in gold satin and carried a nosegay "of A fur. scarf will highlight your wardrobe the year round. Choose any number of skins—choose them in Mink or Marten, Squirrel or Kolinsky. We will arrange them in a scarf to suit your taste. 4 skin Squirrel $ 35.00 4 skin Mink $122.00 4 skin Kolinsky $ 75.00 4 skin Marten $295.00 Many Others — All Prices Include Federal Tax rosebuds and carnations. The bridesmaids were Jessa Heracich, in lime taffeta, and Joan .Gerringer, in orchid taffeta. Both carried pink and white carnation nosegays. Marsha Schaper, formerly of Mason City, cousin of the bride, was flowergiii, wearing a pink net dress and carrying a basket of pink and white asters and carnations. Tommy Joe Romash, cousin of the bride and son of Betty Jean Armstrong Romash, formerly of Mason City, was ringbearer. Bestman was Harry May, brother of the bridegroom, and ushers included another brother, Thomas May, and Peter Saliduti. Mrs. Irwin Schaper, formerly of Mason City, aunt of the bride, was soloist, her selections being "I Love You Truly" and "Because." White gladioli, white and pale pink 'asters and white chrysanthemums decorated the church. The aisle was lined with garlands of white asters, pink and white carnations and lighted by tall tapers. Two hundred and fifty guests witnessed the wedding and were entertained at the church following the cei'emony. The bride's mother received in a toast colored lace gown and a corsage of green orchids. The mother of the bridegroom was in orchid lace with a corsage of yellow tea roses. Mrs. James McGeorge of El Monte had charge of the guest- book. The bride's aunts, Mrs. Irvin Schaper and Mrs. Neil Kelley, formerly of Mason City, served punch and wedding cake. The 4- tier cake encircled with pink and white carnations centered the bride's table, with like cakes on each side o£ the wedding cake. The bride was complimented at several showers before her marriage, 2 linen showers given by her cousin, Betty Jean Romash of Lynwood, Cal., and Mrs. Rose, May, the bridegroom's mother. A personal shower was given by Faye Brown and Joan Gerringer, entertaining high school and college friends and a canned goods shower was given by the cast of the Pilgrimage play. The bride will be remembered as the dancing partner of Norman Schober of Clear Lake. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Billman of. Waterloo, formerly of Mason City, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Billman of Hollywood. She and Mr. May are graduates of Hollywood high school and their new home will be at 7004 Fountain avenue, Hollywood. ,.;;mu,, .'? *<;> *^"^»V' ^ J v 1*'<' ? f.A J * > v *^afv' v / 1 «•.vA><;3• ; llse Our Convenient Payment Plan 'Bits About 'Em Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Humphries of Mauch Chunk, Pa., are the parents of a daughter. Mrs. Humphries will be remembered as Virginia Hostetler. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Anderson of Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fischbeck, 1125 W. State, have returned from a trip which took them to Iowa City, Marengo, Columbus, Ohio, Baltimore, Md., and points on the eastern coast. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robinson and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Cole of Macomb, 111., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, 37 Linden drive. A 10 YEAR RECORD OF PROGRESS In the Milk Protein Factor To Help Children Grow Bigger and Stronger 8 Ways "PROWN-m MY TO LIFE «HD GROWTH" THE FATE OF THESE 4 CELLS IS OFTEN THE FATE OF THE ENTIRE HUMAN BODY! BRAIN CELL AND BRAIN One of the 6 types of cells in cerebral cortex of the human brain ... which contains a total of some 16 billion cells. A principal factor in cell life and development is protein. Thus, in life, nothing is more important than the quality of the food we eat. MUSCLE CELL AND MUSCLE 639 separate muscles contain some 6.000,000,000 muscle cells —not half the number o! the "thinking" brain. Each muscle cell has some 400 fibrils. Each fibril bundle can "lift" 1/1,000,- 000th ounce; a muscle one-third inch thick from 58 to 140 pounds. Tongue muscles are fastest—26 movements per second! BONE CELL AND BONE Theskeleton has222 bones.Each is made up of cells ... some living, some petrified cells. Human bone can carry 30 times as much weight as brick; 3 times more than granite f Shin bone is strongest—it can support a load of 3600 pounds! HEART CELL AND HEART The human heartbeat cycle lasts about .8 second. 100,000 beats a day pump 10,567 quarts of blood! The heart rests between beats—a total time of 12 hours a day—about 35 years in a lifetime. The heart develops about 1/240 horsepower. Yet outwears by years the most perfect auto! Serve Wonder Bread To Help Your Child Grow and Stronger 8 Ways es a Meal Sandwich Suppi,; Sirioin of Best Note How Amazing Wonder Bread Compares With Meat, Milk, and Fish In Certain Growth And Energy-Building Contents (as stated in chart) £.??9*WH., , (or oun 3 Lamb Choj*. L 7ift AIN \&&$$£££K frCCS^* Cn !V nd Tee »> »a I ' W SSS-|i£*.l m- f£ps°- 1 " Appetite as o^a-*"** Without protein no child can grow in body or brain. Growing children need TWICE the protein per pound of body weight as grownups. These foods are good for protein: Meat, Milk, Fish, Eggs, Nuts. And Wonder Bread. Penny for penny, Wonder Bread gives your child 46% more body-building protein than the average of meat, milk, fish and eggs. Good for Energy Without energy no child can work, study or play. Wonder Bread is a substantial energy food. Then, too, Wonder Bread is more quickly converted into energy than f:it. And, of course, is better in protein for child growth, Helps Build Strong Bodies 8 Ways The chart shows the 8 body and brain- building properties of Wonder Bread. Serve Wonder Bread with fruits, vegetables, meat, milk, fish and eggs in a well-balanced diet. Give your child every chance to build body and brain. 8 ounces of Wonder Bread for a growing child cost less than a dime a day. You can afford Wonder Bread for your child. Doubly Fresh Children love Wonder Bread. Plain or toasted. Because WonderBread is doubly fresh—fresh when you huy it; fresh when you eat it. Because slo-baked— 13% longer than many ordinary kinds for lasting freshness. Get, economical Wonder Bread fresh from your grocer today—you'll be glad you did. <S 5LO- «P >;R Continental .BaiinQ£o.?

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