Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 12
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July 26, 1948 M»icn Cltjr Glafec-GasetU, Mmion City, la. Plymouth Resident Bride at Nuptials in Las Vegas Mr. and Mrs. Don Anderson-are* making a 2 weeks' wedding trip in the midwest following their marriage, performed July 10 as Las Vegas, Nev. Mrs. Anderson was Sheila Chehock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Chehock of Plymouth. Mr. Anderson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, of Eagle Rock, Cal. The bride is a graduate of the Plymouth high school and the Hamilton School of Commerce and was employed for 3 years by the People's Gas and Electric company in Mason City before going to California in 1945. Since then she has been in the office of the Edwards Photo company of Glendale. Mr. Anderson is a native of Omaha, Nebr., and moved to California in 1941. He spent 2 years in the armed services, most of the time in New Caledonia. They will make their home in Los Angeles where he is employed in a printing office. —o— Former Calmar Teacher Bride Calmar—Announcements have been received of the marriage of Miss Mary Porter Gilliam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilliam of Chillicothe, Mo., to Donald T. King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank King of International Falls, Minn., which took place July 17 at St. Peter's church in Omaha, Nebr. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home in Omaha, Nebr. The bride is a former Calmar public school teacher, having taught school here for 10 years. * Sliced frankfurters may be combined with baked beans and some crisp vegetables such as celery or carrot or cucumber for a salad. Use French dressinig on it and serve on greens. FIRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS St.Joseph ASPIRIN WpRtD'S .LARGEST SELLER AT I0< MRS. DON ANDERSON Social Calendar MONDAY Amvet auxiliary— 7:45, Y. W. C. A. Daughters of Veterans— 7:45, Hi-12 clubrooms, public benefit party. 604 TUESDAY D. A. V. auxiliary— 1, Mrs. Marie Krivohlavt, Jackson S. W. Bethlehem Ruth circle— 1:30, Mrs. Anton Park, 1432 Monroe N. W. Holy Family Ladies aid officers— 8, school. St. Barbara's circle— 8, Mrs. Margaret Barrett, 639 Connecticut S. E. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Northwood—Marriage licenses were issued to John Staver; 21, Virginia, Minn.,, and Margarel Bailey, 20, Parkville, Minn.; Vernon Bennett Hagen, 21, and Carol Nuptial Events Continuing Throughout Summer * * * * * ***** **** *—^ * ****** * * *...* **JL * * 200 at Annual Gathering Held by Mascia Club The Mascia Club held its 17th annual picnic, more than 200 persons attending, Sunday at Bayside Park. The program, with Mrs. Carl Barnd of Forest City, president, in charge included games and several open forum talks'. Among the winners of the games were G. W. Darst of Fort Dodge, Lynn Sutcliffe of Clarksville, Jack Montgomery of Marshalltown, Rudolph Kaplan of Alden and Harry Barnd of Mason City. Those who made open forum talks were George Hagen of Ames who told about his plans towards the 23rd convention of the Iowa Association, scheduled to take place at Ames on Aug. 18-22; Mrs. Dovey Jones of Des Moines who told how a national magazine devoted to the activities of the deaf could-be supported; Ivan Woodruff of Berkley, Cal., now attending a summer school at Ames College, who expressed his joy in being back in Iowa; Lynn Sutcliffe who told about his efforts to raise money to build an endowment fund for the future of the Iowa Association. Walter Poshusta, president of the I. A. D.. urged the crowd to come to the convention to listen to Dr. Eistad of Washington, D. C. scheduled to address the association on Aug. 19; and Palmer Lee of Manly, secretary of the I. A. D., told how important it will be for the deaf in Iowa to attend the convention when the association celebrates the golden anniversary of its incorporation. Heimdal, 19, both of Joice; Dale Perry, 21, and Marie Rabe, 16, both of Northwood; Glenn Fossum, 24, and Marjorie Terryberry, 29; William Arnold Wroolie,21, and Alice Lucille Jensen, 20; Richard J. Schaefer, 21, and Evelyn A. Brooks, 220; Emmet George Solmonson, 24, and Marian E. Grimmer. 21, all of Minneapolis. JUL. i/ance Sk owinci a 4 SNOW SUITS and COATS Now Is the time to make your selection \ The TOT & TEEN SHOP is the place! Over two hundred garments to select from! Fine quality—tops for style and value •—the pick from leading manufacturers! Be assured of o good collection to choose from by choosing now! If you buy it at the TOT & TEEN SHOP you'll always be satisfied • SNOW 5U1TS FOR TOTS • SNOW SUITS FOR LITTLE GIRLS • SNOW SUITS FOR BIGGER GIRLS • SNOW SUITS FOR BOYS • PRAMS FOR BABIES • COAT & SLACK SETS FOR GIRLS • COATS FOR LITTLE GIRLS • COATS FOR BIGGER GIRLS • COATS FOR TEEN AGE GIRLS \ USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN Pay a small deposit and we will hold the garments for you until needed. Or—use your charge account! Or — buy for cash! 20 Second St. N. E. Lock Photo MARRIED AT GREEK CHURCH—Traditions of the Greek Orthodox church were carried out in the wedding of Miss Stella Malaktaris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antonios Malaktaris, 630 6th S. W., to William H. Rickoff, son of Mrs. Rose Rickoff, 1628 Pennsylvania N. E., on Sunday evening at 7 p. m. at the Greek Orthodox church. The double ring and crown of flowers* ceremony was performed by Fa-' ther Ambrose Gianoukas. Parts of the ceremony date back to 300 years before Christ. The church was decorated with baskets of yellow, aqua and pink carnations, with palms and lighted candelabra and the aisles were marked with white silken rope and candles. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. N. H. Wood, organist, played "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" by Herman Grells Are Honored on Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grcll, 541 4th S. E., were honored at a surprise party given in observance of their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday. A talk based on the 23rd psalm was given by the Rev. L. W. Heidemann, pastor of St. John's church at Garner. Jim and Ronald Grell and Jackie Geistlinger played cornet solos and Donald Grell sang a solo. They were accompanied by Mrs. J. A. Geistlinger. The Grells' 5 children, Mrs. J. A. (Leona) Geistlinger, Norman, Edwin and Alvin Grell and Mrs. E. (Lola) Gerard, and their families were present. The Grills have 5 grandsons. Guests included Mrs. Julius Boehnke of Ventura, who was bridesmaid at the wedding 45 years ago, along with relatives from Garner, Ventura. Chicago, Canada and Mason City. Lunch was served and gifts were presented to the honored couple. Bach, "Panis Angelicus" by Frandk, "Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven and "Ave Maria" by Schubert. Wagner's "Bridal Chorus" was used for the processional and Mendelssohn's wedding march as the recessional. Lighting the candles were the Misses Harriet Nicholas of Waterloo and Bonnie Evanoff of Mason City, who wore identical yellow taffeta gowns with matching gloves. They each carried aqua, pink and yellow carnations with matching streamers centered with a candle. They wore similar hair corsages. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white slipper satin designed with a tight pointed midriff to which was attached a full skirt with a court train. The sweetheart neckline was finished with lace and the long sleeves extended over the wrists in calla lily effect. The double veil of illusion was held by a Queen Elizabeth coronet of pearls. The bridal bouquet was white carnations centered with a nad rhinestone initialed matching loves, a gift of the bride. The Stephana bearer was George Skarlis and Jimmy Zanios, cousin of the bride, was -ring bearer. The flower girl, Lennie Paras, cousin of the bride, was attired in an aqua dress gloves. She wore with a matching band of Couple Married Hicks Home purple orchid with a shower of satin ribbon. The crowns, imported from Czechoslovakia, were interchanged from the bride's head to the bridegroom's head during the ceremony, followed by the sacrament of Holy Communion. The maid of honor, Miss Ann Rickhoff, sister of the bridegroom was attired in a yellow eyelet gown with matching gloves. She carried a colonial bouquet of aqua, green and yellow carnations with an identical band in her hair. The bridesmaids, Miss Anna Pathoulas, cousin of the bride, and Miss Tula Preftakes, were attired in identical pink taffeta gowns with matching gloves. Miss Betty Lou Rampton wore a like gown of aqua taffeta with matching gloves. Each attendant carried aqua, yellow and pink carnations, centered with a white candle with colored streamers and wore a matching band in her hair. Arita Malaktaris, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid and was attired in an aqua gown identical to those of the bridesmaids and carried a like corsage. She wore a matching head band. Each OFFER FINER CANNED AND FROZEN FRUITS 1948 EDITION OF BOOKJSJREE! Tells How to Get Better Flavor, Color, Texture Make one easy change In preparing your canning and freezing syrups— and get finer flavor, color and texture than ever in fruits you put up. The secret, tried and proved by thousands of women, is fully described in the big, FREE 1948 edition of "Finer Canned and Frozen Fruits." This famous book also gives: Canning and freezing directions for fruits, berries, marmalades, conserves, jams and jellies. Recipes for tomato Juice, grape juice, pickles and chili sauce. Interesting and different ways to serve the fruits you put up. In fact, everything a beginner should know, PLUS tips for experts. feathered white carnations in her hair and scattered rose petals. The bridegroom had for best man, George Manolis, God father of the bride, and the ushers were George Rickoff, brother of the bridegroom and O. G. Butler. The bi'ide's mother wore a gold crepe dress and the bridegrooms mother wore a floral print and both wore corsages of pink carnations. An informal reception followed at the Wedgewood room of. the Hanford Hotel where a supper was served to 400 guests. The serving table was centered with a 4-tier wedding cake Lopped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Peter Lament, sister of the bride, cut the cake and Mrs. Marian Kittleson served it. Mrs. William Brown, sister of the bride, and Mrs. M. C. Miles poured. Mary Jane Schwandt was in charge of the guest book and the gifts. Mr. Lament, brother-in-law of the bride, was master of 9ere- monies. During the reception Mrs. N. H. Wood provided music, and Le"Rov Spurgeon sang "Because," "Through the Years" and "Always." Later in the evening a wedding dance was held. For going-away, the bride chose an aqua crepe suit with black accessories an and orchid corsage. She wore a double strand of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. After a two weeks trip to Canada the couple will be at home at 14324 Washington, N. W. The bride is a graduate of the Mason City high school and junior college and she will begin her second year of teaching in the Rock Falls school. The groom is a graduate of the Mason City high school and served one year in the Marines. He is employed by Jacob E. Decker & Sons. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and Mr. and Mrs. William. Brown, Hampton; Tom Berbatis, Clinton, Mo.; George Berbatis, Sedalia, Mo.; Sylvia Karamanos, Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Wipoff, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lamont. Other guests were from Sheffield, at Miss Betty Laschanzky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Laschanzky of Davenport, and William Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.Lynch, Winnebago Heights, were married Friday evening at the home of the Rev. C. W. Hicks. The couple is at home in 5th N. E., in Mason City. In making a pie shell for a fruit or cream filling, prick the entire surface with a work so as to get rid of any air bubbles and prevent blistering in crust. finished TO WED MASON CITYAN—Mr. and Mrs; Alfred Ponder of Newton announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty, to Charles H. Debtaan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Debban, 942 llth N. E., and a nephew of Leo Debban Mason City. The couple plans to be married on Aug. 22 in Newton. Mr. Debban is principal of the Randall — • *consolidated school for the com- ng school year and Miss Ponder vill teach music at the same school. Miss Ponder recently received ner bachelor of music education degree from Drake university. While in school, she was a member of Drake-Des Moines Civic symphony, the Drake choir, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sie^e and Shears, Margaret Fuller ciub, Mu Phi Epsilon music sorority, Pi Kappa Lambda honorary music fraternity and Who's Who Among Colleges. t Mr. Debban attended Mason City junior college, Iowa university and Park college, receiving his A. B. degree from the latter school. He is a member of Gamma Eta Gamma, legal fraternity, and Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary education fraternity. This summer, he expects to receive his master of science in education degree from Drake. Annual Reunion Held by Family The 15th annual reunion of the descendants of Perry G. Potter was held at East park Sunday with 52 present for the occasion. Wade Vasbinder, Jr., was elected president of the group, Ellis Bloomfield, vice president; and Mrs. LeRoy McKee, secretary- treasurer. Out of town guests at the reunion were from Plymouth, Nora Springs, Calmar and Brookings, S. Dak. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Fessler and son, Robert, Jr., and daughter Emmy Lou, of Champaign, 111., are visiting Mrs. L. Fessler and Mr and Mrs. Tom Wells, 1123 2nd S. W. flavors new, ctis$r, Zip , . zest ... in never-before tastiness. No wonder the small- fry like Kellogg's Corn-Soya. The toasty golden shreds are a combination of Corn, for flavor and energy, with Soya, for body-building food value, plus vitamins and minerals, too. Get some today. The Place To Go For The Brands You Know HELEN HOLMES D»p». 2, f. O. Box 334* M. Paul, Minnttota Emmetsburg, Clarion, Britt, Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Rockford, Rock. Falls, Clear Lake, Joyce, Eau Claire, Wis. Chicago, Washington, D. C. Albert Lea, and Austin, Minn. Miss Malaktaris was honored by 3 pre-nuptial showers and a trousseau tea. —o— H elping the omemaker By CECILY BROWNSTONE GOOD BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice Fried Eggs with Frizzled Ham Blueberry Bran Muffins Beverage BLUEBERRY BRAN MUFFINS: Cream i cup shortening and i cup sugar together well; add 1 egg and beat well. (An electric mixer Js excellent for this > creaming and beating.) Add 1 cup whole bran cereal and 3 cup milk; stir wel] and let soak until a good deal ol the moisture is taken up—aboul 10 minutes. In the meantime pul 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour into sifter with 2i teaspoons baking powder and £ teaspoon salt, mix and sift. Put 1 cup picked-over blueberries in colander, wash under cold running water and drain dry on paper towels. Add siftec dry ingredients and blueberries to bran mixture, stirring carefully so as not to crush berries and only until flour is moistened. Fill 20 muffin pans 2 inches in diameter (measured across the top) abou two-thirds full and bake in a ho (400F.) oven for about 20 minutes, or until done. Serve immediately. This makes a medium-swee muffin, chock-full and moist with blueberries. —o— Browned flour, used for Brown Sauce, may be made by putting i thin layer of the flour in a skille and stirring it over low heat unti it is evenly browned. WEDDING PLANNED—Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kruger of Manly announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Gladys, to George \V. Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grant of Indianola. The wedding will take place Aug. 8 at the Manly English Lutheran church and the Rev.' W, E. Lundberg will perform the ceremony. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF REDUCED PRICES! BUY DRESSES AT A TREMENDOUS SAVING! • COTTONS • BEMBERGS 9 RAYONS •BUTCHER LINENS These are all famous name dresses from our regular stock. Hundreds of dresses to choose from . . . for immediate wear and on into Fall. Sketched: Nelly Don pnrnsol cotton of crensc- rcslstlng balloon cloth . . . formerly 14.95 , . . now $0.95. 26 - 28 East State

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