Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 24, 1949 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, September 24, 1949
Page 11
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Angus Field Day Sunday Near Hampton The annual field day of the North Central Iowa Aberdeen- Angus Breeders association will be held Sunday at the H. C. Miller farm near Hampton, it was announced Friday by Secretary R. V. Wilkinson, Rock"Falls. The field day will start promptly at 11:30 a. m. with a picnic dinner, ^Wilkinson said, with the association providing ice cream, coffee and iced tea. The afternoon session will get underway at 1 o'clock under the chairmanship of President Wayne Bumgarner, Hampton. Bill Imlau, Des Moines, fieldman for the Iowa Beef Producers association, will be in charge of the beef steer type demonstrations. This will be followed by judging contests for juniors, men and women with 5 prizes in each division. There also will be a weight judging contest. The Miller farm is located 3 miles north of Hampton and 1 mile east of highway 65. H eiping th k Will Distribute Polio Addressed Envelope Here On Saturday polio addressed envelopes will be distributed to business houses and homes in Mason City and Clear Lake in order to remind those who have not yet made a contribution in the present emergency drive to do so if possible. The announcement was made by A.'J. Thomson, director of the county chapter for the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. He said that the emergency drive up to date throughout the state is still far short of the needs both of this county and state as a whole. In Clear Lake the envelopes Boy Scout troop distribution of will be made by 75 under the leadership of George Starkey. In Mason City they will be distributed by the various Scout troops under the direction of Roy McKinney. The emergency drive, first begun as a week's campaign, has been extended until the end of September. The envelope distribution-is a special feature of the local chapter to clean up the drive in the county. Fop Squelches Fire Gowrie—When a bottling company truck caught fire at Gowrie recently, the quick thinking driver uncorked several bottles of pop, shook them, up and by holding a finger partially over the end of the bottle, used the spray of pop to put out the fire. , o m e m a k e r SATURDAY TEEN-AGE SUPPER Pineapple and Grapefruit Cup Baked Beef, Macaroni and Tomatoes Cole Slaw Bread and Butter Chocolate Cookies With Spread- Your-Own Frosting CHOCOLATE COOKIES WITH SPREAD-YOUR-OWN FROSTING Ingredients: 1 3-ounce package cream cheese, 2 cups sifted confectioners' sugar, 2 squares (2 ounces) unsweetened chocolate (melted and cooled), 3 tablespoons light or heavy cream, (about), chocolate cookies. Method: Allow the cream cheese to stand at room temperature to soften. Put into a medium mixing bowl and cream with a spoon. Add as much of the sugar as will work in, then add chocolate and mix well, Add remaining sugar alternately with the cream, beating well. Pile frosting into a small attractive bowl, add several small butter knives, and serve with chocolate cookies so guests can spread their own. Makes 1* cups frosting. Note: Use readymade or packaged chocolate cookies, or make them at home from a cake or cooky mix or regular recipe if you like. .—o—• Nasheim-Boutel.le Wedding Told Patsy Nasheim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nasheim, 804 Connecticut N. E., was married to Fred Boutelle of Davenport on To Canada on Wedding Trip Kirk Photo •¥• HONOR CHARTER MEMBERS—Mrs. Ed Walter, president of G. I. A. to B. L. E., is shown here pinning the 40 year gold pin on Mrs. Nellie Kennedy, charter member of the club, at a luncheon honoring charter members at the Labor hall Thursday. Also seated is the — *cther charter member who attended, and received a pin, Mrs. W. J. .Barbour. Standing are the members who attended the courtesy. They are, from left, Mrs. Fred Schweer, Mrs. May McClintock, Mrs.'Agnes Churchill, Mrs. Harold Milnes, Mrs. Harry Walter, Mrs. James Nashel, Mrs. Fred Currier and Mrs. Foster Merritt. The names of charter members unable to be present were read as follows: Mrs. Catherine Barr, Mrs. Anna Fields, Marquette; Mrs. Mary Riley, Minneapolis; Mrs. Mary Bauman, Eugene, Ore.; Mrs. Nina Doyle, Omaha, Nebr.; Mrs. Alex Mottershead, and Mary Belle Forest City — Miss Norma Jean Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson, became the bride of Leo F. Fraizer of Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fraizer of Thompson Sunday, Sept. 11 at the Erickson home. The Rev. C. Saliers, pastor of the First American Baptist church, read the ceremony in the presence of a group of relatives and friends. Music was provided by Mrs. Saliers at the piano and Ordean Otis, vocalist. Miss Arlene Peterson was maid of honor and Orville Sill of Thompson was bestman. The couple is now on a wedding trip through Minnesota, Wisconsin and Canada after which they will be at home on the bridegroom's farm near Thompson. Central Heights P. T. A. Meets Central Heights P. T. A. met Thursday and discussed plans for raising funds to paint the gymnasium and to purchase more playground equipment. Mrs. Kenneth Sifert, president, was in charge. The meeting opened with the group singing, "America," and following the business meeting a reception was held for the teachers. Each was given a corsage and welcomed back by Mrs. Earl Bur- HERE and THERE Rudd—Mr. "and. Mrs. Cecil Gruver have purchased the Rudd cafe from Mrs. Claire Mallery and have taken possession. Greene—Mrs. Matilda Santee of Bristow is a patient of the Riverview hospital. Northwood—Oren Holstad, son of Otto Holstad, and LaVon Tue have returned to their college studies at Drake university in Des Moines. LeRoy, Minn.—Mrs. A. P. Doty of Sheffield, 111., and Mrs. L. Welles of West Brooklyn, 111., came to visit their sister, Mrs, Mary Kitterman, who returned with them for'a visit. Latimer—Dr. and Mrs. Donald Moore and daughter of Decorah, Miss Evon Meyer of Primghar, Miss Mardell Meyer and Miss Pat Benson of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer were recent guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Meyer. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Bencick Anderson and Mrs. Emily Christenson of Randall visited at the Mrs. P. J. Christenson home. Mrs. Christenson accompanied them home for a visit. Osage—Jimmie Muller, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Muller, Underwent. a hernia operation Wednesday at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Chapin—Mrs. Ed Anderson of Minneapolis, Minn., came for a Howard Welfare Payments Higher I Sept. 23, __ 1M9 Ctty Gl»be-G»i«tl«, f • M»«on City. U. riod. He was a brother of the late President L. W. Boe of St. Olaf Cresco—-The number of old age] co u e g e , Northfield. assistance recipients in Howard —± — county is less but payments are Smoke Damage* Mail more for September than they Charles City—Smoked mail went were in August, according to the out to some Charles Cityans this monthly statistical report from week. Postoffke officials said that the social welfare office. opening the doors of a Star route The roll for September shows truck here disclosed some of the 252 persons in the county receiv- mail was smoldering. They said ing pensions against 253 in Au- nothing was destroyed that they gust. Total September payments knew of. The truck was from is $12,627.80 against $12,549.70 in Waterloo. August. The average per person — in September is $50.11 against] CREAMERY SOLD $49.60 in August. Calmar—-Mrs. Gertrude Wilhelm The aid to needy blind has stood sold the Festina .creamery owned, at 3 in Howard county every by her late husband Paul Wilhelm, month this year except 2. In Feb- to William Behrens of Arlington, ruary and March there were 4. His brother, Ray Behrens, .will- be Aid to dependent children employed as buttermaker. The shows an increase for September, former buttermaker, Harold Cue, This month, 59 children in families received a total of 861.50 at an average of $31.55 per | child. Last month there were 48 children in 23 families receiving aid for a total of $1,388.80. The average per child was $28.93. 26 a n d family $1, Randalia. have moved to gess. Refreshments were served by Soft Touch Lucien LeLong Perfumes and Colognes WATCHES > DIAMONDS Sept. 19 at 8 a. m. in Saint Anthony's church at Davenport with Father Barren officiating at the double ring ceremony. Present at the wedding were the bride's mother, Mrs. Emmett Nasheim, and her grandmother, Mrs. J. P. Cassidy of Mason City, the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Gus Boutelle, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Boutelle and children of Kensett; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bough and ,Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Luick of Davenport. The bride wore a grey suit with black accessories and a corsage of white roses. Barbara Korey, Davenport, was bridesmaid and wore a maroon suit and a corsage of yellow tea roses. Charles Bough, Jr., also of Davenport, was best- man. The country with the densest , population is Java, with 737 peo- i pie to the square mile. TIME TO GET SET FOR FALL You'll get the jump on the season if you check over your fall clothes now and send them to us for new fall shade dyeing or thorough cleaning and neat pressing. For First Class Dyeing and Dry Cleaning Service 3042 SIZES 12 • 4* BAG 2851 Schmitz, Mason City. The table was decorated with fall flowers. A special cake was decorated with the lodge colors and the design of the 40 year emblem. This was provided by Mattie Pattschull. Handkerchiefs and cards were presented to Mrs. Foster Merritt, Mrs. Fred Schweer, Mrs. Nellie Kennedy and Mrs. William Selleck, who had had recent birthdays. After lunch the lodge met in regular session. It was voted to hold a series of public card parties beginning Oct. 13. A talk was given by Mrs. Kennedy who told of the progress of the lodge since she helped organize 40 years ago. the board members. The tables were decorated with fall flowers* and leaves and at each teacher's place was a brella favor. handkerchief um- NIKOLAS-HANDT Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nikolas of Marble Rock announce the marriage of their daughter, Helen Maxine, to Charles N. Handt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Handt of Charles City, on Sept. 18 at the Evangelical Lutheran parsonage in Austin, Minn. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nikolas. Cookies that are being sent to boys and girls at school should be wrapped separately in waxed paper or aluminum foil. visit with .her father, W. G. Rhu- tasel, and her sister, Mrs. Ralph Ackerman, and family. Fenton—Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth have purchased the house formerly occupied by the late George Newel and Mrs. Newel. Mrs. Newel has gone to Des Moines to live. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Erdahl and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ingebritson, Louise and Ruth, visited at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. N. O. Okerlund at Kenyon, Minn., recently. Former Pastor's Son- Guest at Silver Lake Northwood—The Rev. A. J. Boe of Superior, Wis., will be guest speaker Sunday morning at the Silver Lake Lutheran church west of Northwood at a special mission S service. He will also preach at a * yas special service after a noon dinner to be served by the Ladies Aid. Mr. Boe is a son of the late Rev. N. E. Boe who served at Silver Lake for 20 years. He is a pastor of Concordia Lutheran church at Superior. He is well known, here as he lived here during his father's 20 year pastorate. 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