Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 16
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pt; 21, 1949 15 I fon City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, U. hickasaw County >sues Licenses Slew Hampton—C hickasaw nty reports the following mar- ge licenses issued: Frank El:i, 23, and Ann Mortin, 19, both Atlantic; Siegfied Tonne, 52, ' "ay Schipper, both of Cedar ,pids; George Hanley, 39, and (rbthy Herink, both of Dunker- V Delmer Duyane Venega, 18, llsburg, and Donna Timmons, Ackley; Robert J. Dietrich, 31, ttoh, N. Dak., and Mildred C. [son, 21, Mclhtosh, Minn. Robert D. Sqott,^!, Corwith, and :er S. Meehori, 20, San Antonio, x,; Christ J. Uhlenkopp, legal, ell Rock,: and Bernice Frances ncomb, legal, Charles City; ymond Henry Croxton, 35, St. >i}c Falls, Wis., and Charlotte zabeth • Simon, 24, Frederic s.; Dayton Lehman, 18, and rothy Carper, 18, both of Guth- Center. lllie J. Harris, 21, Greenfield Vera Dunn, 18, Orient; Rich- Maier, 21, Eagle Grove, and nda Hemmen, 18, Webster City aneth Hagen, 22, and Elizabeth rien, 18, both of Cylinder arl Rihn, 38, and Clara Kirner, 9, both of Baraboo, Wis.; Leroy ^. Morris, legal, Cedar Falls, and rene N. Kyre, legal, Waterloo. Francis Bradshaw, 26, and Marie :. Overland, 27, both of Ames; Thomas J. Pollock, 27, Elma, and -olleen M. Knutson, 20, New Hampton; Charles Ray Willeford, 21, Duncan, Okla., and Jeannine Etta Hanson, 20,'Vernon Center, Minn.; Mark P. Napp, 29, Fennimore, Wis., and Gayle Staskal, 25, Boscobel, Wis.; Howard G. Pink, legal, Alta Vista, and Rose Marie Hoverman, legal, New Hampton. + + SOCIETY NEWS + + DUIT-HENSING Iowa 'Falls—Miss Cleva Duit, daughter of Mrs. Otillie Duit, who lives near Iowa Falls, became the bride of Russell, J. Hensing, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hensing of Iowa Falls, Tuesday. Double ring vows were read at 9 a. m. in St. Mark's Catholic church by the Rev.. Fr. Thomas P. Knox. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Marvin Ahlberg of Rockford, 111. Albert Hensing, brother of the bridegroom, was bestman. Following the ceremony there was a wedding breakfast at Edgewood in Iowa Falls fox- 35 guests. Mr. Hensing, a veteran of World war II, is employed at the Iowa Falls postoffice. The couple will live in Iowa Falls. TOWLE'S New masterpieces! H eiping the omemakei By Cecily Brownstone WEEK DAY DINNER Split Pea Soup Hamburgers on Toasted Buns Green Tomato Relish Stuffed Fresh Pear Salad Beverage STUFFED FRESH PEAR SALAD. Ingredients: One 3-ounce package soft sharp Cheddar cheese (about 6 firmly packed tablespoons) 4 tablespoons coarsely shavel Brazil nuts (about 12 nuts), 1 tablespoon mayonnaise or mayonnaise-type salad dressing, 4 medium or large fresh ripe pears, salad greens, sour cream or extra mayonnaise-type mayonnaise or salad dressing. Method: Put the cheese in a small bowl and add the nuts and the 1 tablespoon mayonnaise or mayonnaise-type salad dressing. Cream well with a spoon or fork to mix thoroughly. Peel the pears, cut in half lengthwise, and with a small sharp knife carefully cut out the core leaving a small channel along the center of each half. Put a tablespoon of the cheese filling along each center, stuffing it into the channel. Place the pears on salad greens and pass sour cream, mayonnaise or mayonnaise-type salad dressing separately. If desired one-half sour cream may be mixed with one-half mayonnaise or mayonnaise-type' salad dressing and passed. Makes 4 servings. Uhlenhake-Schmitt Wedding Is Held Calmar — Miss Shirley Uhlenhake, daughter of" Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Uhlenhake, became the bride of John Schmitt," con of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schmitt of near St. Lucas, at a double ring ceremony Monday, Sept. 19j at the.St Aloysius Catholic church in Calmar. The Rev. J. Friedman officiated at the nuptial high mass Attending the bride as matron of honor was Miss Bette Buckman of Des Plaines, 111., Miss Marie Polansky, also of Des Plaines, wa bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attendee by his brother, Luke Schmitt, and Ray Holthaus acted .as • usher. Following the ceremony a : wed ding breakfast and reception were held for 150 guests at the home of the bride's brother and .sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhlen- ake. In the evening a shower vedding dance was Jield at In- vood pavilion in honor of the young couple. ' Mr. and Mrs. Schmitt will make their home on a farm northeast of Ossian. Manganese was first discovered in 1774. DR. W. C. GRAINGER. CHIROPRACTOR 6 North Washington Mason City, Iowa In hard-cooking eggs stir them several times during the cooking process since this is thought to be an aid in centering the yolks. We are proud to present Madeira — graceful and romantic, its delicately "embroidered" flowers itterly ieminine . . . French Provincial — charmingly simple, with lovely flowing lines and graceful curved surfaces. Both are fashioned in lifetime solid silver. Let us show them to you — and the many other lovely Towle patterns! We can explain simple, inexpensive ways to collect your set. French Provincial — Six-piece place setting Madeira — Six-piece place setting $24.5O '•Flouring the hollow-handle tutttr spnader Fried include Federal To* WATCHES Tailored Simplicity Russell Photo TO LIVE AT GREAT LAKES—After a short wedding trip to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Taylor, who were married on Sept. 18 at the Trinity Lutheran church in Mason City, will make their L *home at Great Lakes, 111., where Mr. Taylor is stationed. Before her marriage, Mrs. Taylor was Miss Dorothy Groh, daughter of Mrs. Sena Groh, 1523 Pennsylvania N. E. Taylor is the son of Mrs. Jake Alt, 215 .15th N. E. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness. The bride was dressed in a white net street length dress and wore a shoulder length veil. She carried a white Bible and a red rose. Her corsage was of gardenias and red roses. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Funk, brother-in-law and sister of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bridegroom for relatives and close friends. DIAMONDS $ 100.00 Federal Tax Included A Beautiful Matching Set for $100.00 Federal Tax Included. Convenient Budget Terms WATCHES filonehord^ DIAMONDS 12 East State W. S. C. S. TO DISCUSS DISTRICT MEETING The W. S. C. S. of Wesley Methodist church will hold a meeting on Thursday in the Fellowship hall, to open with a dessert luncheon at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. L,. E. Snell will 'present the lesson and Mrs. Dorothy Guttman will sing. Plans for the district meeting in October with the local church as host will be discussed. Circle 2, Mrs. Ernest Allen, chairman, will serve the luncheon for which there will be no charge. —o—• James Polk vas the shortest- lived of all American presidents. He died at 53. ENDS SATURDAY! BARON'S ANNIVERSARY SALE GET IN ON THESE BIG SAVINGS . . . SHOP TODAY Junior and Misses' Rayon Knit . . . Sixes 5, 6 and 7 Warm Coats.... $18 Panties... 39c J $° '.So Cl assroom 3085 SIZES 6 - 14 Junior and Misses' Fine Rayon Suits 13.99 Junior and Misses' Wool and Part Wool Suits ....... 25.00 NEW FALL Dresses 4*70 to 7*70 Rayon Satins, Rayon Failles, Rayon Taffetas and others. One and two piece styles for Juniors, Misses and Women. Slightly Irregular Nylon Woolens/Gabardines, Tweeds Cl«l»-*AU«.*» * fcft Skirts # 2.69 Sweaters 1.99 New Fail Shades, 51 Gauge, 15 Denier NEW FALL Coats .... $28 - $38 Zip-in linings, boxy models , fitted styles. All wool, rayon satin lined for Juniors, Misses and Women. Nylon Hose .... 97c Maixe and Nile All Nylon 3^40 .. 2.88 GIRLS' COATS 3-Piece Slack Sets fSc f Fine Warm Fabrics 9.99 Sixes 1 to 14 Yean Use Your Charge. Account ADDED ATTRACTION!!! ALL Summer Dresses Regardless of Former Price Mexxanine Floor BARON'S GIRLS' SKIRTS All Wool, Part Wool New Fall Colors — Styles 1.59 Sizes 1 to 6x Open 9:30 to 5:30 Daily Except Friday 9:30 to 9 Perfect choice for the classroom — a casual charmer using side panels to point the way down to deep hip pockets! Try plaid—with perky pique collar and cuffa for a light touch. No. 3085 is cut in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14. Size 8, 1 3/4 yds. 54-in., 3/8 yd. 35-in. contrasting. Send 25c lor Pattern with Name, Address and Style Number. State size desired. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Just out! The Fall-Winter Fashion Book presenting fashions they are wearing now and new styles to come. Over 150 practical, easy- to-sew, up-to-the-minute pattern designs for all ages. 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