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Day Camp for Handicapped Children to Open July 29 ~" • • * * : — , Former Mason City Resident 1o Become'Bride at Rockford .Announcement is made of the* engagement of Miss Constance Helm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Helm *of Rockford, 111., formerly of Mason City, granddaughter of Mr. ~and Mrs. L. D. Helm, 1222 Monroe N. W., to Vito Lopin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lopin of Rockford. The date for the wedding which will take place in September has not been set. "Miss Helm is a graduate of the West high school in Rockford, a former officer of Job's Daughters andan associate member .of the Junior department of the Rockford Woman's club. For the last year she has been a member of th< a cappella choir at Court Street Methodist church at Rockford and has been promoted to the chancel choir this month. She is employed at the Illinois National Bank and Trust company. Mr. Lopin was graduated from Rockford high school and attended the University of Iowa until he entered the army air forces, serving 3 years, with 17 months in the Pacific theater. He received his B. A. degree from Iowa in 1943 and his M. A. in physical education in 1947. He has been working for his Ph. D degree at Iowa and has been a graduate assistant on thte physical education staff. He is employed as manager of the Fairgrounds park swimming pool at Rockford for the summer and will be health and physical education instructor at West high in Rockford next fall. CENTRAL S. E. GROUP IS ENTERTAINED The southeast group of Central Lutheran guild was entertained at the home of Mrs. E. W. Schilling, 323 6th S. E., Thursday with Mrs. Tillie Hunemiller as co-hostess. Mrs. Ben Dittke was in charge of devotions. Mrs. Mollie Carlson led the lesson on "A Minister Goes onAStrike." Mmes. O. E. Bilstad, W. Broers, Walter Alborn, Mike Olson, W. Murphy and Raymond Wenrich, and the Rev. Marvin O. Lee. There will be no August meeting of the group. R9SE EILEEN WILKIE TO WED ON AUG. 8 Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wilkie announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rose Eileen, to William Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Grand River, on Aug. 8. Weve kept ur prices ^c've gotten hold of 'some of the most re- Jinarkable values for our mid-season fur coat sales! And they can be [yours without a worry, if you use our convenient payment plan. Ask us about it. MISS CONSTANCE HELM V. F. W. A. Juniors Meet for Picnic The junior unit of the V. F. W. auxiliary rnet at State Park Thursday for a pot luck dinner. The dinner was served* by a group of mothers including Mrs. James Edgington, Mrs. Clint Mott, Mrs. Art O'Green, Mrs. Will Harrington, Mrs. Lee Wilson and Mrs. Kenneth Millard. Plans were made for a pot luck supper at the V.- F. W. club grounds for the next meeting, Aug. 26. Donna Edgington, president, was in charge of the meeting. Russell Photo WEDS AT GRAFTON—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krueger announce the marriage of their daughter, Lois Elaine, to Raymond I. Grosland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Grosland of Emmons, Minn., which took place at the Emmanuel Lutheran church in Grafton, July 17. The Rev. Mr. Eide officiated. Marcella Krueger, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and Wilh'am Vipsand of Emmons, Minn., acted as best- man. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING lAUMOERERX PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Phone 788 or 789 Opportunities to Participate Still Available Day camp for handicapped children, sponsored by the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and the Disabled, will open Thursday at 9 a. m. at the Monroe school under the supervision of Mrs. W. A. Carter, assisted by Miss Sally Houser. This will be Mrs. Carter's 3rd year as supervisor of the day camp. She is a teacher in the Mason City schools. Miss Houser, daughter of Mrs. Helen Beemer Houser, is a graduate of Mason City high school and will begin her senior year at Rockford college, Rockford, 111., this fall, where she is specializing in social welfare work. Last summer she was water safety director for the Red Cross at Clear Lake and this summer is water safety director at Roosevelt school. These day camps for handicapped children have been conducted in 6 Iowa cities during the past 2 summers. However, Mason City is the only city where the camp is held on an established public play ground. This gives the children the added advantage of association with the normal playground children. The opportunity of playing with normal children, participating in the same games and activities, helps the handicapped to attain a sense of security and relieves their nervous tension, aiding them to develop good play attitudes toward each other. "The interests and activities of these children closely parallel those of normal children," according to the director. Because of their brief interest span, there must be a changing and varied program. Through such activities as clay modeling, finger painting, weaving, motion songs, games, movies and the like, these children find an outlet for constructive ideas and interests. The children will participate in Gypsy day, July 30, and Championship day, Aug. 12 at East park. Through the facilities of the Red Cross, the children will be transported to and from the Monroe playground. Ten children have already been enrolled for this Day camp and a few more will be taken. For further information call 1569W. Walter Walker is county chairman of the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Kenneth Waughtal in charge of Day camp. Funds for these camps and other activities for crippled children are provided by the Easter seal sale and other contributions under the sponsorship of the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and the Disabled. AUGUST WEDDING PLANNED BY COUPLE Ossian—Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Timp of Ossian announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Mae, and Daniel Drew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Drew of Decorah. The ceremony will be performed by the Rt Rev. Msgr. ? I. J. Thiltgen at 8 a. m. Aug. 31, at St. Francis de • Sales Catholic church. A shower dance will be held at Inwood pavilion, Spillville in the evening. July M, ... 1948 BUson City Gl«*«-GM«tU, M»i*a City, 1 GRACE D. SIVESIND TO BECOME BRIDE Decorah—Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Sivesind announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Grace Doris, and Robert D. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Peterson, route 3, Decorah. The wedding will take place Aug. 15, at the Glenwood Lutheran church. WflTCH & CLOCK. n CELEBRATING OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE Every Coat Reduced For This Special Selling Event Don't Miss This Sale! Advance Showing of ... "Furs With A Future" COME IN TOMORROW Air Conditioned for Your Shopping Comfort ACROSS FROM THE POSTOFFICE Sweet-Gerjets Wedding Held at Little Church in the Vale Russell photo BRIDE AT VENTURA—Miss Patricia A. Kinsella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kinsella, became the bride of Robert L, Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Anderson, at a double ring ceremony performed in the Evangelical United Brethren church by the Rev. E. M. Miller. Beverly EJferly and Frank Bonstetter sang, accompanied by Barbara Luscomb who also played the traditional wedding marches. < The bride was attended by Mrs. Lloyd Bier, her aunt, as matron of honor. The 4 bridesmaids were Mrs. Eberett Hanson, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Dixie Lee, Miss Norylenne Rankin and Miss, Beverly Miller. Dottie Palmer and Judy Schlawin were flowergirls and Gary Jensen, nephew of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Carroll Anderson was his brother's bestman and the ushers were Merrill Anderson, Mike Kinsella, Jr., Everett Hansen, Peter T. Julsen of Duluth, Minn., LeRoy Zeismer, Robert Wolfram, Herald Knop and Dale Platz. Bonnie Hanson and Mrs. Herald Knop lighted the candles. A reception in the Ventura school dining room for 350 guests followed the ceremony. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Garner where Mr. Anderson is employed at the Woodford- Wheeler Lumber company. Both Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are graduates of the Ventura high school. Miss Frances Mary Gerjets,* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ! A. Gerjets of Spencer, became the bride of Raymond W. Sweet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Sweet, 2309 20th S. W., at the Little Brown church near Nashua, July 17. The Rev. Ernest Allen read the double ring .ceremony in the presence of the immediate relatives and a few close friends of the couple. The bride wore a white eyelet embroidered dress fashioned with a peplum. Her hat and veil were white and she had white lace gloves and carried a white Bible. Her corsage was of red roses. The bridesmaid, Miss Shirley Sweet, sister of the bridegroom, was attired in a pink embroidered dress with white accessories and had a corsage of Talisman roses. The bridegroom was attended by Harold Marshall, Jr., of Mason City. Mrs. Sweet is a graduate of the Spencer high school and has beeu employed by the National Farm Loan association in Spencer for the past 2 years. Mr. Sweet is a graduate of the Mason City high school. He served 2 years in the Asiatic-Pacific theater as a paratrooper and following his discharge he attended the Mason City junior college. After a wedding trip to eastern Iowa the couple will be at home at 114 3rd N. E., where Mr. Sweet will resume his college work, majoring in chemical engineering. —o— Mrs. Wallace Is Honored at "Breakfast Cerro Gordo county officers of the Amvet auxiliary met at the Lake Shore hotel Thursday morning for breakfast in honor of MRS. RAYMOND SWEET Mrs. Heibling Completes Study Mrs. Don Heibling has returned from Winona Lake, Ind., where she attended a 3 weeks' course in portrait photography at the summer school of the National Photographers association. A number of portraits made by Mrs. Heibling as part of her class work there received honorable mention and these will be displayed at the Kirk Studio. Strawberries and rhubarb, cooked together with sugar, make a delicious sauce for cottage pudding. From 2700 POCKET INCLUDEC) Mrs. Glen dent. Wallace, past presi- BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Jack Cassidy, 1124 15th N. W., has left on a vacation trip to New York City. She will visit her cousins, Mrs. Hilda Currie at Roosevelt, Long Island, and Mrs. Mabel Keely in Brooklyn. In Chicago, Mrs. Cassidy will visit Mrs. Emery Marshall, Mrs. Cassidy will make the return trip by auto, accompanied by Mrs. Currie who is driving to Mason City. New Officers Are Installed by 2 Lodges Joint installation of officers was conducted by the Ladies Encampment auxiliary No. 8, with Anchor Encampment No. 102, following the regular meeting Thursday evening in the I. O. O. F. hall with the chief matriarch, Mrs. O. F. Repp, presiding. Mrs. R. F. Brooking, district deputy grand matriarch, was introduced by Mrs. L. A. Parker, guide. The semi-annual report was read, showing a membership of 126 matriarchs and patriarchs. The birthday song was sung to Mmes. Harold Rosenkild, G. G. Weida and Carl S.hultz. Mrs. A. V. Hertig announced the "Winners Treat" to be on Aug. 12. Joint installation was held with Mrs. Brooking and C. A. Sears, district- deputy grand patriarch, in charge of ceremonies. They were assisted by Mrs. M. C. Fessenden and C. C. Brunner, district deputy grand junior wardens; Mrs. G. G. Weida and Guy Angell. district deputy grand high priestess and priest; Mrs. F. H. Elliott and G. G. Weida, district deputy grand senior wardens; Mrs. Elmer Martin and O. F. Repp, district deputy grand scribes; Mrs. Angell and Al Clemens, district deputy TO BECOME BRIDE—Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Meyer of Ventura announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lanida Ann, to Lloyd M. Willig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Willig of Eldora. The wedding will take place Aug. 22 in the Redeemer Lutheran church at Ventura. The Misses Alice Campbell and Alma Ogeson, 24 Louisiana S. E., left by plane Friday for Florida. Mi-, and Mrs. Roy Adams, 108 14th N. E., are visiting their son, Wayne, and family at Vancouver, Wash. Halter style apron with twin tulip pockets and a new flared skirt is easily made or cinch in your waist with the sash tied bib apron. No. 2700 is cut in one size only and requires 1 yd. 35-in. No. 2688 is cut in one size requiring only 1 yd. 35-in. fabric. Send 25c for EACH PATTERN with Name, Address and Style number. State size desired. Be sure to order your copy of the SUMMER FASHION BOOK and let it save you many dollars on smartly styled, easily made clothes. Over 150 pattern designs to %elect from—for all occasions and all sizes, including children, big and little. Order your copy now while the supply lasts. Costs only 20c. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, New York. A gift was presented to Mrs. Wallace by the county, president, Mrs. Frank Swanson of Clear Lake. Mrs. Wallace expressed her appreciation. Court whist was played, high prize going to Mrs. Emma Duncan and low to Mrs. H. W. Alexander. A short business session followed during which Mrs. Swanson was appointed a delegate to the state convention at Waterloo July 30 and Aug. 1: A check was presented for use in buying hospital equipment. The group visited the new Wittke and the new Surf ballroom. Those present were Mrs. Swanson, Mrs. John Kopecky, Mrs. F. B. Hart, Mrs. J. R. Buttleman, Mrs. Henry Schoenman, Mrs. Holden Nelson of Clear Lake; Mrs. Elmer Christensen, Mrs. Tom Peterson and Mrs. H. W. Alexander, Thornton, Mrs. W. M. Ames of Swaledale, Mrs. Dale Buttleman of Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Emma Duncan, Mrs. Clifford Lowe and Mrs. Wallace of Mason City. ping the omemaker By Cecily Brownstone GUESTS FOR LUNCH Fresh Shrimp Salad Hot Muffins Frosted Fruit Cup Cookies Beverage FRESH SHRIMP SALAD Ingredients needed: 1 pound fresh shrimp, salt, mayonnaise, garlic, catsup, celery, cucumber, 2 hard-cooked eggs, lettuce, green pepper. Method: Wash and drain 1 pound fresh shrimp in cold water. Put 1 cup water and 1 teaspoon salt in a medium-sized saucepan and bring to boiling; drop shrimp into the water, allow water to boil again, decrease heat and simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Small and medium-sized shrimp will need about 5 minutes simmering until they are tender, jumbo shrimp may need as long as 10. Drain, shell and with a small sharp knife make a slit '>• just under surface along back of each shrimp and lift put black vein. Slice each shrimp in two lengthwise and put into medium-sized mixing bowl. Add 4 cup mayonnaise flavored with garlic and catsup to shrimp along with i cup finely diced celery. To prepare mayonnaise cut a clove of garlic in two, impale halves on a toothpick and allow to remain in mayonnaise jar for several hours or overnigflt, then remove and add catsup — 1 tablespoon to i cup mayonnaise is a good proportion. Separate a small head of lettuce, \vash and dry leaves thoroughly. Place large 'outer leaves in middle bf salad bowl and turn shrimp out on them. Surround with smaller leaves from heart. Pare a medium-sized cucumber and score with a sharp-tined fork. Slice 2 hard- cooked eggs and alternate with the cucumber slices in small lettuce cups. Sprinkle salad lightly with a few tablespoons of finely-chopped green pepper. Chill in refrigerator if not served immediately. Makes* 4 to 6 servings. —Q— Honor Bride-to-Be Manly—Mrs. James Wood, Mrs. C. H. Hogan and Miss Kathleen McNulty gave a pre-nuptial showe^ for Miss Joan BrenrtBn recently at Sacred Heart parish hall when 35 guests were present. Miss Brennan, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brennan, of Manly, will be married July 31 to Robert Molsberry of Grafton. —o— Add finely chopped parsley and butter or margarine to cooked rice and serve with a, stew. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moe of Janesville, Wis., are vacationing at Clear Lake and visiting Mrs. Mod's brothers, Addison .and Eugene Olson. Mrs. Moe will be remembered as Corinne Olson and was formerly employed by the Globe-Gazette. She is now a staff writer for *he Janesville Gazette. Akre-Heetiand Wedding Is Held Lakota — Arlis Heetland Nurre and Donald Akre of Algona were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland, in Clear Lake, July 15 in the presence of the immediate families. The Rev. Gilper Kyper, pastor of the Algona Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony. The bride's attendant was her sister, Faustine. Edward Mott of Des Moines was the ^bestman. Fanchon Heetland, sister of the bride, was soloist. The bride is a graduate of the Lakota high school and the Mercy hospital nursing school in Des Moines. She was office nurse for Dr. John Schutter in Algona until May 1. The latter part of May she moved to Clear Lake with her parents. After a wedding trip to Canada they will be at home in Algcna. WOLF-PLAUTZ WEDDING TO BE HELD AUG. 1 Nashua — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plautz announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Berniece, to Kenneth Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wolf, all of Nashua. The wedding will take place in the Lutheran church in Nashua on Aug. 1. — o — Combine cooked noodles with butter or margarine (melted), poppyseeds and thin slivers of blanched almonds for a company dish. It is an excellent accompaniment to chicken or veal paprika. grand treasurer; Mrs. Wayman Closson and Mr. Martin, district deputy grand guardians. Mrs. Hertig was staff musician and Mrs. A. D. Diercks, soloist. Mrs. O. F. Repp, chief matriarch, and William Martin, chief patriarch, were invested with their past officers' regalia and escorted to their stations. Auxiliary officers installed were Mrs. Al Clemens, chief matriarch: Mrs. Claude Whitney, high priestess; Mrs. Harry Dolter, senior warden; Mrs. L. A. Parker, junior warden; Mrs. A. D. Diercks, scribe; Mrs. Guy Angell, treasurer. The elective officers of Anchor Encampment installed were A. D. Diercks, chief patriarch; Harry Vick, high priest; Frank Smith, senior warden; James MacDonald, junior warden; Frank Burris, recording scribe; Wayman Closson, financial scribe; John Wepler, treasurer. Appointive officers installed by the auxiliary include Mrs. F. H. Elliott and Mrs. J. D. Farrer, aides to the chief matriarch; Mrs. Closson and Mrs. Fessenden, aides to the high priestess; Mrs. Maude Maxson and Mrs. C. A. Sears, aides to the guide; Mrs. Jesse Davis, inside sentinel; Mrs. S. A. Koch, outside sentinel; Mrs. Hertig, musician. Appointive officers of the Encampment are Charles Gooch, T. E. Needham, Elmer Martin and William Laupitz, watches; J. C. Dickinson and Jesse Davis, guards of the tent; Harold Davis, guide; M. L. Payne, inside sentinel, and M. H. Sherman, outside sentinel. Mrs. Diercks sang "Bless This House" to the newly installed officers, accompanied by Mrs. Hertig. Acceptance speeches were made by Mr. Diercks and Mrs. Clemens and the new officers pledged their co-operation. Talks were given by the staff members and grand officers, both past and present. Mr. Martin and Mrs. Repp spoke briefly and thanked members for their cooperation. Mrs. Diercks, secretary of the Department association, L. A. P. M., and Mrs. Harold Ro- senkild, chairman of the board of control of Theta Rho clubs, spoke. Refreshments were served by the committee, Mmes. E. S. Leaman, T. E. Needham', L. A. Parker, G. G. Weida and Miss Berenice Reynolds. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED AT OSAGE Osage—A marriage license has been isued to Harold Hall, Waverly, Nebr. and Alice Kannam, Osage. ELECTROLUX CLEANERS AND AIR PURIFIERS Often imitated but never equaled k.75 Complete with 9-piece attachment set O. A. 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