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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 20, 1948
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*«on City Globe-G.ieltef MaUa —Russell Photo MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson will be at home at Hi Delaware S. E., following a short wedding trip. They were married July 14 at the Norwegian Lutheran church at Albert Lea by the Rev. M. Knutson. The bride was Phyllis Simonson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Simonson of Ruthven and the bridegroom was Earl Peterson, 421 5th S. W., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Colby attended the couple during the ceremony. Family Reunion Held by Fishers Bayside Park at The 13th Fisher family reunion was held Sunday at Bayside park, Clear Lake, where a picnic dinner was served. Present were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Registrations Come In for Y.W.C.A. Clear Lake Camp ^^ ' ... t. j. -I, -it -ic .tie It •*• si- 4- * & & * * * * Sfe :}: >i< * # ****** ***** 13th Lackore Annual 'Reunion Held at Park The Lackore family met Sunday at East park for its 13th annual reunion, with some 150 members attending, coming chiefly from points in Iowa and Minnesota. Judson W. Lackore of Portland, Ore., came the greatest distance. There was a picnic dinner at noon, and the afternoon was spen,t in visiting, sports, and taking group pictures, followed by refreshments. At the business meeting, Roy Lackore of Rockford was elected president to succeed Ejlvin Lackore of Rudd and Mrs. Archie Lackore of Winona, Minn., was elected secretary, to succeed Pearl G. Lackore of Mason City. It was voted to hold the 1949 annual reunion at East park. Try fish hash for a Sunday morning breakfast. Use a cup of cooked flaked fish for every 2 cups of diced boiled potato. Mix, moisten with a little cream if desired, and heat thoroughly in a skillet. Kuhlemier and family, Rockford; Alena and Esther Fisher, Nora Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Faupel and family, Des Moines; Max Wood, Rockwell, and Nancy Paul, Cleveland. From Mason City were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Fisher and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. (Jack) Fisher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Fisher and family, Mrs. C. A. LaVille and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clearman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Van Horn and family, all of Mason City. CANNING FREEZING FAMOUS FRUIT BOOK FREE! 1948 EDITION OF "FINER CANNED AND FROZEN FRUITS" TELLS the proved, easy way to get finer flavor, brighter color, firmer texture. The amazing secret is in one simple change in your canning and freezing syrups. GIVES directions for canning and freezing all fruits and berries ... large and small quantities .. . tips on storing, labelling, etc TELLS how to make wonderful pickles, jams, jellies, juices ... new ways of serving fruits you put up. Tf LLS EVERYTHING a beginner or expert should know . . . clearly, completely... 32 pages in color! SUPPLY LIMITED SEND POSTCARD TODAY! Mai! your name and address to HELEN HOLMES, Depr. 6, P. O. Box 3346, 5t. Paul, Minnesota, for your free copy. Lock Photo BRIDE AT HOLY FAMILY CHURCH—Miss Ruth Marie Kennison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kennison, 211 Monroe S. W., became the bride of Ralph Timm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Timm of Thornton, at a double ring ceremony performed in the Holy Family Catholic church Saturday morning, the Rev. Ivan Boyd officiating. The altar was banked with gladioli. Miss Marian Hutson sang "Ave Maria," "Adoro te Devote" and "O Lord, I Am Not Worthy," accompanied by Miss Donna Jean Sartor, organist. •* The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white satin gown with a fitted bodice, embroidered with seed pearls. Her veil, which fell from a tiara of seed pearls, was edged in lace. She carried white asters, snapdragons and roses and wore a pearl necklace, a gift from Bascombe-Sasso Wedding Is Held O s a g e.— Celeste M. Sasso, Cleveland, Ohio., became the bride of Harold Thomas Bascombe, Cleveland, Ohio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bascombe, Osage, Saturday at the First Methodist church, the Rev. Clarence James performing the vows. The bride was attended by Mrs. George Brandau, Rudd, sister of the bridegroom. Theodore Hopkins, Cleveland, Ohio arrived Friday, to serve as best man. A family dinner was held at the parental Fred Bascombe home, following the ceremony. The couple will spend another week in Iowa, before returning to Cleveland to be at home. Mrs. Bascombe is employed in the office of the Air Mase corporation, Cleveland. Mr. Bascombe, discharged from service, having served in the Asiatic theater, is also employed at the Air Mase corporation. —o— Combine sauteed mushrooms and diced cooked ham in a cream sauce for a supper dish; flavor with finely minced green peppcr and a few teaspoons 01 prepared horseradish. ACROSS FROM THE PARK SAVE NOW! DURING OUR GREAT LAY-AWAY BLANKET SALE • CHATHAM • FARIBO •NORTH STAR PRICED FROM $ 7 5 ° TO $ 18 95 the bridegroom. The bridesmaid, Mrs. Laurids Lund, sister of the bride, wore a powder blue gown and carried pink roses and carnations. The flower girl, Miss Linda Purviance, had a yellow dress and carried a basket of flowers. The bride's mother was attired in a white and navy sheer print with white accessories and the bridegroom's mother wore a black and white Bemberg .dress with white accessories. Both had corsages of red roses. The-Jaridegroom was attended by his brother, Roy Timm, who acted as bestman and the ushers were Robert Timm and Robert Bentz. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party at the Green Mill. A reception followed at the bride's home with 40 guests present. A 2-tier wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom, centered the bride's table. Mrs. P. James, Mrs. J. Purviance and Mrs. S. Hage served. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Timm, Miss Frances Timm, Miss Marcelene Timm, Mrs. Cecelia Floy and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. PI. Hendricksen, Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Nicollet, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bentz and daughter, Marilyn, all of Thornton; Mrs. Robert Ayers, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kennison, Minneapolis; Mrs. Hilda Timm and Mrs. Maude Richardson, Nora Springs: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bean, New Hampton; Laurids Lund, Hampton; Mr. and Mjs. John England and family, Clear Lake. For going away the bride wore a black and white sheer print with white accessories and a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Timm is a graduate of the Mason City high school and a member of Nu Phi Mu sorority. She is employed at the First National bank. Mr. Timm is a graduate of Thornton high school and the Hamilton Sc*iooi of Commerce and is employed at the Sieg- Mason City company. After a 2 weeks* trip to the 31ack Hills and Yellowstone park :he couple will be at home in Wason City. -—o— FREDERICK-JACOBSON Britt—Miss Helen Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jacobson, formerly oC Britt, now of Westport, Minn., was recently married to Duane Frederick in a church wedding with the Rev. C. E. Wittrup of Sauk Center officiating. The bride is a graduate of the Hamline Asbury school of nursing in St. Paul and has been in the Asbury hospital in Minneapolis. Helm Family "Reunion Held at M. Ferriers The 27th Helm family reunion was held Sunday at the Milton Ferrier farm, near Nora Springs. There were 70 members present. Tillman Helm of Marshalltown was the oldest member in attendance and Linda Marie Borchardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Borchardt, the youngest. A business meeting was held, with Gerald Borchardt in charge. New officers elected for 1949 are: President, John Nalan; vice president, Harold Borchardt, and secretary and treasurer, Gladys Borchardt. Out of town members who attended the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Woodhouse and family, of Minneapolis, Mrs. Ruth Dorsey and children of Muscatjne, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Helm and Mrs. L. H. Patterson of Marshalltown, Mrs. Leslie Hedrick of Glen Ellyn, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Harper and Roxanne of Des Moines, Francis Helm and Genevieve Rose of Plymouth, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Trebil and family of Manly, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Ferrier and Ruth were guests. Plans were made for the 1949 reunion which will be held at East park in Mason City. —o— Social Calendar MONDAY D. A. V. auxiliary— Postponed. Hellenic Orthodox Youth— 7:30, church. Y. W. C. A. board— 7:30, Y. W. C. A. M. T. club— 8, Mrs. James Demos, 25 West State. TUESDAY W. R. C.— 1, East park. Police auxiliary— 5:30, East park. N. A. P. E. auxiliary— 7:30, Y. M. C. A. Catholic Daughters— 8, K. C. HalL Women's Labor auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. F. D. P. club— 8, Mrs. Harry Barnd, 3rd N. E. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Moose lodge— 8, Moose hall. —o— MISS MABEL EMMEL TO WED A. GRUMMER Charles City —Mr. and Mrs, Henry Emmel, Charles City, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mabel, to Arnold E. Grummer, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Edward Grummer, Denver, Iowa. The wedding will take place in the Lutheran church at Denver Aug. 11. —o— AUG. 1 IS SET AS WEDDING DATE West Union—St. Olaf Lutheran church of West Union will be the scene of a wedding Aug. 1, when Arlo W. Mork, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Abel S. Mork, West Union, takes as his bride Miss Betty Globe-Gazette Photo SIGNING UP FOR VACATION—A week at Clear Lake is in the future of these girls who are shown with Miss MilJune Manning, teen age secretary of the Y. W. C. A., signing up for the Y. W. C. A.'s annual summer camp at Clear Lake. Pictured with Miss Manning -frwho is seated at the desk, are* — Beverly Grein of I-X-L club of Golden Year Is Celebrated, by Woldmans Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woldman, 914 Adams N. W., celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with a dinner for the immediate relatives at 1 o'clock in the social room of the Adas Israel synagogue and a reception in the evening in the social room. The Woldmans' 5 daughters, Mrs. Mat Lorber and Betty Woldman of San Francisco, Pearl Levin of Philadelphia, Mrs. William Sen- ensky and Mrs. H. M. Richer of Mason City were present for the occasion, as well as 8 grandchildren. Out of town guests included Mr and Mrs. Morris Soble, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Soble, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gotfried and Pearl Levin, all of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Mat Lorber and daughter, Arlene, and son, Harvey, and Betty Woldman of San Francisco; and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Silverton and daughters, Faye and Reva, of Sioux Falls, S. Dak. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. W. E. Bramhall and children, Willis, Darrell, Beverly, Romaine and Jon, 128 10th N. W., have returned from a 3 weeks trip west during which they toured South Dakota, visiting the Badlands and the Black Hills, Wyoming and Colorado, stopping at a dude ranch near Sedalia, Colo., for 2 weeks and seeing Pike's Peak and Colorado Springs. Roosevelt junior high, who is registering, while June Chaney of the G-I Y-Teen club of Roosevelt, Dixie Austin of the Chitty-Chats club of Monroe junior high, and Lucretia Nalan of the Junior Miss club look on. Registrations for camp will be taken through Wednesday at the Y. W. C. A. The camp is for all girls between the ages of 10 and 16 and will continue from Aug. 1 to 7. A full program of camping events has been planned for the girls, with swimming and other sports, crafts and nature lore, folk dancing and the like at Camp Roosevelt which will be the site of vacation. About 100 girls will be accommodated. SEIFERT-NEILSEN Britt — Miss Eileen Neilsen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nielsen of near Britt, and Seifert. also of Britt, were married in Albert ,Lea, July 4 The bride is a graduate of the Crystal Lake schools. The bridegroom served in the United State navy for 3 years and is employee at the Skelly oil station. They wil establish their home in Britt. 50TI-I ANNIVERSARY IS CELEBRATED Charles City — July 6 marked the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Baumgardner, Dominguez, Cal., residents of Charles City about 10 years ago. Mr. Baumgardner, now 76, has retired. Horence Saak, Robert Dah y Wed Waukon—In a ceremony per- ormed by the Rev. Nelson Preus at St. John's Lutheran church, Saturday, Miss Florence Evelyn Saak, daughter of Mrs. Anga Saak of Waukon, became the bride of Robert C. Dahly, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dahly of Decorah. Mrs. Eugene Brown played the nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. G. B. Richter, who sang. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Eden of Stoughton, Wis., brother-in-law and sister of the bride. Following a short honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Dahly will make their home in an apartment in the Saak home in Waukon. The bride is a graduate of ' Waukon high school and served as secretary in the Triple A office for 34 years. She is now secretary in the old age assistance office. The bridegroom was educated in Decorah and is salesman for a Decorah dealer in appliances. He was in army service 4£ years, 3 years over seas. POISON IVY OAK or SUMAC. New treatment stops itching, dries np blisters quickly, gently and safely. At druggists, 59j£ Ask for IVY-DRY Elaine Stanz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav S. Stanz, Ossian. Front Pleats Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Graff and daughter, Patty, of McCook, Nebr,. are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, 116 N. Federal. Mrs. Graff is a daughter of Mr. Miller. PAY ONLY 50 DOWN! 2578 SIZES 2 - 8 AS PURE AS MONEY CAN BUY St.Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT tO< EX P ERT WATCH REPAIR AND c A WEEK BY THE TIME THE COLD WEATHER STARTS, YOUR WARM WOOL BLANKET WILL BE ALL PAID FOR AND READY TO USE! CHOOSE. FROM THE FINEST NAMES IN BLANKETS AT EATONS ... OF COURSE! SATIN BINDINGS! Miss Marjorie Zemanek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zemanek, 719 10th N. E., accompanied by Miss Verna Westeridorf. daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Arnold Westendorf of Cedar Rapids, who u -°d been visiting her for 2 weeks, left Saturday for Cedar Rapids, where she will be a guest at the Westendorf home for 2 weeks. Mrs. Charles Meech and children, Garry, Richard, Rose Marie and Sheila Mae, have left for their home in Chicago after a visit at the homes of Mrs. Meech's mother and sister, Mrs. Nellie Mae Wright, 33J East State, and Mrs. Earl C. Vclch. 704 Massachusetts S. E. It's light . . . lively . . . refreshing! Delicious Corn-Soya makes a glorious breakfast on a summer's day . . . and it's really nourishing. It brings you Corn, for flavor and energy, and Soya, for body-building nutrients, plus vitamins and minerals, too. Get some today. ^m ^^^^^SSsfeg Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hedinger of 3elmond were guests of Mr. and VLrs. R. W. Makinson, 206 N. Federal, Sunday. Mrs. Hedinger and Vlrs. Makinson are co-workers in he Luzier Cosmetics sales. « only work on your delicate watches for best result*. PROMPT SERVICE MIER WOLF CrSONS Buttoned tab bodice dress releases front pleats for freedom giving skirt. Beautiful bonnet is scalloped to frame a pretty young head. Both included in one pattern. No. 2578 is cut in sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 4 dress and bonnet 2g yds. 35-in. fabric. Send 25c for Pattern with name address and style number. State size desired. Be sure to order your copy o1 the Summer Fashion Book anc let it save you many dollars on smartly styled, easily made clothes Over 150 pattern designs to select from—for all occasions and all sizes, including children, bi and little. Order your copy now while the supply lasts. Cost only 20 cents. Address Pattern Department Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St. I New York 11, N. Y. Mrs. Earl C. Welsh, 704 Massachusetts S. E., was called to Massena by the illness of Mr. Welsh's mother. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Shaffer, 119 West State, have returned from a 2i weeks vacation trip through the west. PAST PRESIDENTS CONDUCT MEETING Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion auxiliary had a social meeting Friday afternoon at the "Kozy Kottage" at Clear Lake, with Mrs. Emma Duncan as hostess. It was decided to dispense with the August meeting. Mrs Leo Allstot, president-elect of the auxiliary, was a guest. •- 1 i||ii i ^| FREE OFFER for Deafened Persons For people who are troubled by hard-of-hearing, this may be the means for starting a new, full life —with all the enjoyment of sermons, music, friendly companionship. It is a fascinating brochure called "Full-tone Hearing" and is now available without charge. Deafened persons acclaim it as a practical guide with advice and encouragement of great value. If you would like a free copy, send your name and address on a penny postcard and ask for "Full-tone Hearing." Write BELTONE, Dept. 18, .1450 W. 19th St., Chicago 8, 111. Also show this important news to a friend who may be hard-of- hearing. Lingerie for Summer To please every feminine whimsey . . . cool, dainty underthings for daytime or nightime. Panties . .69c and 1.00 Suspants . .1.50 Shorty Gowns (illustrated) 2.98 Shorty Pajamas . .3.50 Petticoats. 2.98 Camisoles 3.98 Slips 3.98 26-28 East Stale

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