Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 23, 1948 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 23, 1948
Page 19
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V. V. Prudhon, Nashua realtor, has inq*de the following farm sales in the Nashua vicinity recently: E. E. Boehmke of Santa Ana, GaL, purchased the Donald Zwanziger farm of 120 acres, 7 miles southeast-of Nashua. John Peters bought the unimproved 80 acres adjoining his farm 7 miles southwest of Nashua from Miss Alice Dixon of Nashua, In order to have red cabbage keep its color cook it with an acid. A- few tablespoons of vinegar •hould be used for each cup of shredded cabbage and added to th* cooking water. SOCIETY NEWS +• + Friend* AtA St/ Anstar — Thirty-two members of the American Legion gathered at the Chris Klindt farm home and finished his oats shocking. Mr. Klindt has been with his son at a hospital at Iowa City. He only recently returned from a trip to Denmark. Fables circulated in Athens In the 5th century, B. C. were attri buted to one Aesopus—who prob ably merely told them. The com mon collections of fables bearin the name "Aesop" were version of a book made about 320 B. C and'centuries later translated inl latin. SCARVILLE BRIDE—Immanuel Lutheran church was the scene of a wedding when Miss Ethel Zachariason, daughter- of Mrs. Julia Zachariason of Elmore, Minn., became the bride of Paul Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen, Scarville, July 18. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Neal S. Johnson. Nuptial music was played by Helen Peterson of Decorah who also accompanied Jo Ann Thompson of Elmore, Minn., who sang. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Gerald. Matron of honor was Mrs. Thurman Rittenhouse of Elmore, bridesmaid, Ramona Clausen of Colton, S. Dak. Constance Blom carried a basket of rosepetals and Arthur Rittenhouse of Elmore, ring bearer. Gordon Christianson of Decorah, attended his brother as did Robert Anderson of Emmons, Minn. Carlos Engelby and Stanley Dowd were ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Christiansen are graduates of the Scarville school. After a short trip they will make their home on a farm east of Scarville. Sunback Pinafore ' wonderful for only Ackermah-Kenward Wedding Is Held Mr. and Mrs. George Kemvard, 1417 Harding S. W., announce the marriage of their daughter, Carmen, to Henry Ackerman of Northwood. performed July 14 at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Ackerman are making their home in Mason City. —Kiefer photo WEDS AT GARNER — Mrs. Pauline Reinig of Garner announces the marriage of her daughter, Rose Ann, to Harlan Stille, son of Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Stille of Klemme, in a double ring ceremony July 19 at St. Boniface church in Garner with the Rev. M. J. Manternach officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle and Godfather, Ray Doughan of Britt. Bridesmaid was Shirley Stille, a sister of the bridegroom. The bridegroom's attendant %v a s Kenneth Reinig, brother of the bride. Mary Sheets was flower girl and Douglas Jones ring- bearer. Both are cousins of the bridegroom. Allan Doughan and Ronald Yegge, cousins of the bride, served as ushers. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony with 125 relatives and friends in attendance. The bride is a graduate of Garner high school and the bridegroom attended Klemme high school and is now employed with the Central Iowa Telephone company of Emmetsburg. Following a short trip the couple will reside at Emmetsburg. ENGAGEMENT TOLD — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fangemeier, Sheffield, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy, to Benny A. Siems, son of Mrs, Ella Siems and August Siems, Sheffield. Miss Fangemeier operated a beauty shop in Nashua 2 years and for the past li years has operated the Vogue Beauty ,Shop in Sheffield. Mr. Siems is a carpenter. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Not Enough Ballots Dillwyn, Va., (U.P.)—Nearly all of this town's 95 eligible voters turned out on municipal election day. But by mid-afternoon, after 84 votes had been cast, the supply of official ballots gave out. R. K. Ranson, who lost a town council seat- by 3 votes, is considering a contest. .5 SUMMER SHOES Smartly-styled types for street, dress or casual wear. $2.88 . Wear it on-or-off your shoulders . Suds-loving Percale- Col orfast! . Grey striped in PINK, BLUE or MAIZE Sizes 12 to 18 el ping the omema ker By Cecily Brownstone SUPPER PARTY Mexican Rarebit on Crisp Cracker Tossed Green Salad, French Dressing Hot Buttered Rolls Applesauce and Gingerbread Beverage Mexican Rarebit on Crisp Crackers Measure about i cup ripe olives and cut away the olive meat Irom the pits in as large pieces as possible. Heat li tablespoons salad or olive oil and cook 2 tablespoons chopped green pepper and 2 tablespoons chopped onion in it lightly. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of flour ove^ the vegetables and stir well to coat them; now add 3 cup canned tomatoes, 1 cup whole kernel corn, 1 teaspoon salt and a grinding of black pepper, and i teaspoon of chili powder (more if desired). Cook over low heat until thickened and bubbly. Beat 2 eggs lightly and add slowly to hot mixture, stirring constantly over very low heat until eggs are done, about 5 to 10 minutes. Blend in the olives and a cup of grated cheese and serve over crisp salted crackers. Makes 4 servings. Three Fruit Punch To make 25 servings put 4i cups of sugar in a saucepan and add 4 cups of water; stir over low heat until sugar is completely dissolved. Chill in refrigerator. Add 3 cups of lemon puice (about 12 to 15 lemons), 3 cups of orange juice (about 6 to 9 oranges), a No. 2 can of pineapple juice (2i cups) and 2 cups of cold water. Put in refrigerator again to chill. Just before serving pour fruit mixture over ice cubes, add a quart bottle of chilled ginger ale, stir and serve. Makes li gallons of punch. Russell Photo WEDDING ANNOUNCED—Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voiding of Crystal Lake announce the marriage of their daughter, Bettie Arlis, to Ray Arnold Davis, son of Mrs. C. S. Stepleton of Ventura. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. George A. Shells of the First Methodist church of Mason City at the parsonage July 10. The bride is a graduate of the Crystal Lake high school and is employed at the Social Welfare office in Mason City, where she will continue to work. The brfdegroom is a graduate of the Ventura high school. He served 2 years in the U. S. Navy, 18 months on Guam. He is employed by Pritchard_ construction company, north of Ventura. They went to the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voiding at Iowa City on their wedding trip. They are at home at Ventura. Handicapped Santa Fe., N. M., (U.R)—Seven persons were treated for knife wounds after a saloon brawl. A newspaper reporting the inciden said one of the aggressors "made several knife passes at Saiz Trujillo, who couldn't fight because he was under a suspended sentence for wife-beating." . Medical Test Proved This s Great to Relieve MONTHLY ^ FEMALE PAINS Arc you troubled by distress of female functional monthly disturbances? Does this make you suffer from pain, leel BO nervous, weak, high-strung—at such times? Then DO try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms I In a recent medical test this proved remarkably helpful to women troubled this way. Any drugstore. Get Thi* Booklet Free of tf^lancnara MAILORDERS WELCOME • 100% wool • 3 Ibs. weight • solid colors \\ Wild Rose n July Sa .50 EACH Extra thick, TWILL-WEAVE blankets at a practically unheard-of-sale price! AH because we had these made specially, with Iowa's own state flower label . . . not a trick spared to make them extra warm for Iowa's winters. Solid rose, peach, blue, cedar, gold or green, 4-inch rayon satin bound. 72x84. BUY ON EASY — Blankets • LAYAWAY PLAN Downstair $ Store to make your mid-summer life a cool delight Frosted Cottons .. .. . . Meat Wave Special! COOL COTTON DRESSES STYLES TAKEK FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK! — favorite portrait necklines, flared or flounce skirts, coat or peplun styles. VALUES TO $7.90 Evelyn B. Loyd Weds at Clarion Clarion—Miss Evelyn B. Loyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Loyd of Clarion, became the bride of Merle D. Mikelson of Clarion, son of Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Mikelson of Perry, in a double ring ceremony in the First Congregational church at Clarion July 18. The Rev. Louis H. Preu!, pastor of the First Methodist church of Clarion, performed the ceremony. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. W. D. Pardun played nuptial music, and Mrs. Orren R6bert Ahrends sang. The matron of honor was Mrs. Verle King, a sister of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Deloris Cramer and Marjorie Martin, cousins of the bride, and Mrs. Eugene Mikelson of Perry, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Pamela Cramer, cousin of the bride, served as flower girl. The ring bearer was David Cramer, a cousin of the bride. The bridegroom was attended by Seaman Charles Loyd of San Diego, Cal., a brother of the bride. Eugene Mikelson of Perry and Don Cramer and "Warren Cramer served as ushers. The bride's parents gave a reception in the church parlors following the ceremony. The bride was graduated from the Clarion high school and attended Cornell college at Mt. Vernon last year. Mr. Mikelson was graduated from the Clarion high school and is employed with the M and M Products Co. at Clarion. 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