Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 17, 1948 · Page 15
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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, July 17, 1948
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Women of Moose Have Officers Chapter Night MM** Ctty OU»«-O»utU, XAMB Cltr. k. July IS, . ,,1MS CAMPERS TAKE TO WATER—Members of the Clear Lake Girl Scout troop 3 are encampe^on^he island at Clear Lake this week and swimming instructions are a part of the camp schedule. Here they were with their instructor, Miss Betty Burns. In the group are Donna Ouverson, Jane Johnston, Sandra and Susan Merriman, Margaret Mofiaghen, Anna Dale Armsbury, Jeanette Moore, Bonnie Miller, Murrae Wood, Debby Day, Janice Olson, Beverly Dusenberg, Geraldine Brower, Joan Coyier, Carrie Dale Young, Linda Melcher, Patty Christiansen, Floy Bumgartner, Marion Pate, Lois Eibey and Geraldine Hill. Legion Women Golfers Play 'on Ladies Day Nineteen women golfers took part in-the weekly ladies day activities at the Legion Golf club Thursday afternoon. A flag tournament was conducted and winners were Mrs. L. A. Moe, Mrs. Harold Ikenberry Mrs. Neil Plopper and Miss Vera Finlcy. * Hostesses for the occasion were Miss Nora Faktor and Mrs. Florence Sergeant. Dinner was served at the conclusion of play. Hostesses next week will be Mrs. James VanHeel and Mrs. Cecil McMonagle. Farewell Party .Held for Hocums The Central Heights church (independent) sponsored a fellowship luncheon Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hocum who are leaving for Minneapolis to make their home. The program included hymns, a prayer by the Rev. B. A. Rust of Britt, pastor, 2 selections by the choir, a piano solo by Verneil Rust and a talk by Mr. Rust. A Bible was presented to the Ho- cums who responded with short talks. The hymn, "'Till We Meet Again," and prayer concluded the program. Lunch was served. MAKE re-sealing on envelopes for insurance policies, stamps, important papers by sticking two strips of "Scotch" Tape to envelope under flap. Then senl flap with another strip of tape, over first two, folding ., ._end back - " •'-'" / *"< for a pull tab. SEAIS WITHOUT MOISTENING TRANSPARENT AS GLASS J5«r it ill it ul. department. vjiiity, slalitnery and hitdmin slim. MINNESOTA MINING * MFC. Co. TNI 3M COMf ANY 966 Soinl Foul 6, Minn. 1147 1M CO ^ 3 New Members Are Initiated During Meeting Women of the Moose held officers' chapter night Thursday evening at the Moose hall with Mrs. Stanley Hanks, senior regent, presiding at the session. Three new members, Mrs. Rudolph Hohenfield, Mrs. Delbert Kay and Mrs. Ralph Leaman, were initiated. They were sponsored by Mrs. Lloyd Quinby and Mrs. Hanks with Mrs. E. Baldwin, Mrs. William Harriman, Mrs. Frank Murphy, Mrs. I. Snyder, Mrs. Arnold Tilton and Mrs. Ella Clemens as co-sponsors. Mrs. Edmund Auck received the attendance prize. Sharon Hilt played a violin' solo, "Londonderry Air," accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd Tait. Mrs, Sid Bemis announced the friendship-fellowship picnic to be held at the Mott cottage at Clear Lake Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Transportation will be provided from the hall at 2 o'clock. A public card party was set for July 28 at 2 p. m. at the Moose hall with Mrs. Glen Tyler, Mooseheart chairman, in charge. Mrs. Ed Weaver, alumna chairman, announced plans for a card party at her home, 704 Monroe N. W., Aug. 4 at 2 p. m. Tickets will be sold before the party. The next meeting will be Aug. 5. —o— Krause-Stebrirz Wedding Is Held Algona—Miss Beverly Stebritz daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W Stebritz of Algona, and Donah Krause, son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Krause of Irvington were married Thursday at St. Cecelia's church in Algona by the Rev. W B. Bauer. Nuptial music was played bj Miss Josie McEvoy and singing was by the church choir. The attendants were Miss Betty Wallu- kait as bridesmaid and Chris Miller as best man. The bride's sister Diane, was flower girl. Following the ceremony a reception was held at Mrs. William K. Fergusons. Following a trip to Wisconsin, the couple will reside on a farm near Irvington. _ Kirk Photo TO HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woldman, 914 Adams N. W., will celebrate their golden wedding Sunday with an open house reception in the social rooms of Adas Israel synagogue, 620 Adams N. W., at 8 p.m. No invitations are b^ing issued for the party. Social Calendar FRIDAY Queen Rebekah lodge— » 8, I. O. O. F. hall.* B. A. R. E. auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. Many cooks like to grease and flour a cake pan before using. To do so cover the bottom of the pan lightly with a film of fat (it is not necessary to grease the sides), then put a few teaspoons of flour into pan. Tip and shake so the greased surface is covered with a film of flour; then invert and shake out the surplus flour. EVENING GROUP MEETS AT ROHRS The Central Lutheran Evening group was entertained Thursday at the home of the Misses Florance and Bertha Rohr, 551 7th S. E. There were 8 members and 3 guests present. Mrs. Esther Maley, president, was in charge and Miss Florance Rohr led devotions. Mrs. O. C. Sorlien had the lesson on "Church Liturgy." The next meeting will be in September with Mrs. Sorlien. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Peoria, Illinois, is named after the Indian designation for a "place of fat beasts." The New Look... NEW MODERN REMOVABLE SLAT TYPE ~f VENETIAN BLINDS * Improves blind closure. * Ends irritation of cleaning ordinary blinds. * Eliminates frequent expense of Venetian blind laundry. * Custom styled to fit your windows. * Priced no higher than others ask for old-fashioned blinds. Free Installation — Choice of Colors — Free Estimates Phone 3946-J The Blind Man Dealer Inquiries Welcome Write Box 53, Mason City, la. 524 N. Van Buren Mason City, la. WASHINGTON On their way to you, leading the Parade of Washington Fruit. Can these golden ripe, juicy apricots for variety this year. For desserts, for pies, for preserves and marmalade, there's nothing finer. Washington Statt Fruit Commission, Yakhna, Washington Moss has been found growing in an old hat abandoned high in the Alps by a mountain climber. New Toppers C GETS NEW POSITION—Miss Corinne Franchere, who spent the past year teaching general science in the schools of Great Falls, Mont., has accepted a position in Indianapolis,' Ind., as instructor and supervisor of medical students and medical technicians. Miss Franchere's duties will be confined to the Research Laboratories of Microbiology and Parasitology, situated in the medical school of the State University of Indiana. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Franchere, 930 Madison N. W. O/d Tintype Is Suggested by Fail Style New York—The well-dressed woman will look like a portrait ifom the family album next fall, if the Guild of New York Designers have their way. A recent preview of fall styles presented by some 40 members of the Guild took inspiration from the theme, "Whistler and His Time." Fashions revived the silhouettes and fabrics of the latter years of the painter's life, from 1880 to 1905. The Guild is a professional association of dress designers representing a cross-section pf garment manufacturers in a wide price range. Members worked with original source material at the Brooklyn Museum. Styles shown included costumes for sports, street, cocktail and evening wear, in addition to wedding gowns and bridesmaids' frocks. All were based on paintings, prints and textiles from the Wh'istler area, and were presented in nine scenes, each based on the artist's work. —o— Couples Granted Licenses to Wed Cooling Off Time Needed for Freezing Ames—One important step in the preparation of vegetables for freezer storage which many homemakers of the state seem to be overlooking at the present time is the rapid cooling of the food immediately after it has been scalded, report Iowa State college foods and nutrition specialists. Reports have come in from throughout the state indicating that food has spoiled clue to the fact that the product was not plunged into cold water after the scalding process. This step is necessary, homemakers are told, in order that the vegetable will quickly lose the eat which often promotes bacter- al growth that may cause spoil- ge. Also cold running water( or cc water) helps the food retain its latural color. The cooling period for veget- bles is usually one-half to as ong as the scalding period. Home- nakers are advised to follow ccommendecl directions for freez- ng vegetables and fruits to the etter. This includes placing the >ackaged food in the locker as oon as possible. If a quick trip cannot be taken to the town locker, the packages should be im- nediately stored in the coldest part of the refrigerator. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Samuel K. Lane and children, Samuel, Jr., and Susan,, invc arrived from Rock Island, 11., for a visit at the home of her Diircnts, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Irons, 325 2nd S. W. For flattery over a table top and interest below the waistline make this pretty peplum blouse with a bared down neckline and brief sleeves, or, the easily made yoke blouse will be very effective in eyelet. No. 2370 is cut in sizes 12,14, 16 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44. Size 36 requires 2J yds. 39-in. fabric. No. 3092 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16 -18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44. Size 36 requires 11 yds. 39-in. fabric. Send 25c for EACH PATTERIs with Name, Address and Style Number. State size desired. Be sure to order your copy o the SUMMER FASHION BOOK and let it save you many dollars on smartly styled, easily made clothes. Over 150 pattern design to select from—for all occasions and all sizes, including children big and little. Order your copj now xvhile the supply lasts. CosL only 20c. Address Pattern Department Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St. New York 11, N. Y. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING »*tn/ rtrnrmn/ lAUNDFOtn' PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Phone 788 or 789 New Hampton — Marriage licenses have been issued to Raymond Fontaine, 44, and Helen Schossow, 40, both of St. Paul, Minn., Burton K. Mitchell, 30, Hawkeye, and June Burnside, 23, Waucoma; Darwin Steinrneyer, 30, and Mary Gillespie, 26, both of Des Moines; Ray Montgomery, legal, Montezuma, and Letha Raridon, legal, Kellogg; Milan C. Seibert, 21, and Janis B.' Howick, 17, both of Manchester; Harry A. Pearson, legal, Logansport, Ind., and Ada Hoover, legal, Franklin Park, 111.; Edward W. Sonnc, 29, and Virginia D. Jaeger, 26, Charles City. Erno George Hagen, 36, and Pauline Clayton, 17, both of Grinnell; John W. Law, 28, Bronson, and Gladys L. Nielsen, 26, Sioux City; Arne Marvin Holman, 23, Stoughton, Wis., and Beverly June Kruckenberg, 19, Edgerton, Wis.; Ronald Ray Armstrong, 22, and Betty June Thimmes, 18, both of Mechanicsville; Ward Ellison, legal, and Amy Kretchmer, legal, both of Des Moines; William Melvin Turbett, 39, Toledo, and Darlene Virginia Weaver, 22, Tama; George Clegg, 21, and Frances Brown, 21, both of Kansas City, Mo.; James Wayne Keleher, 40, Rowan, and Doris E. Hoyt, 33, Des Moines. Lowell Kerr, 26, Farmer City, 111., and Lena Eileen Ross, 25, Ar- gcnta, III.; Raymond W. S\veet, 21, Mason Ctiy, and Frances Gerjets, 19, Spencer; Ross L. Cutshall, 23, Arlington, and Ivadele Pearce, 19, Independence; Gilbert Silberstein. 51, and Lenora Davis, 49, both of St. Paul, Minn.; Harold Leach, 24, and Vivina LaVonne Smith, 21, both of Mason City; A. T. C. Olsen, 63, and Emma Schmierer, 63, both of Stoughton, Wis.; Paul H. Howke, 31, and Ruth N. Simmons, 27, both of Cedar Rapids. TO WED MASON CITY AN—Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson of Ames announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty J., to Donald L. Lorenz of Cleveland, Ohio, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lorenz, 211 Adams N. W. The wedding will be early this fall. M. H. THIMBLE CLUB MEETS AT SHANERS M. H. Thimble club met with Mrs. Ida Shaner, 216 29th S. W., with 5 members present. The time was spent tieing a quilt and piecing blocks for another. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. A. Buffington, 427 23rd S. W., Aug. 11. R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB HOLDS CARD PA"RTv R. N. A. Health club met Thursday at the Labor hall for a card party. Prizes went to Mrs. H. J. HMT.CH & --CLOCK. r : Doderer and Mrs. Willis Bemiss, bridge, and Mrs. Fred Duke and Mrs. H. T. Roberts, 500. Mrs. Anna Herzog and Mrs. A. W. Bartholomew were on the committee. The moon's form is that of a serpentine curve, always concave toward the sun. ELECTROLUX CLEANERS AND AIR PURIFIERS Often imitated but never equaled 5 Complete with 9-piece attachment set O. A. BUECHLE For sales and service call 4438 or write 210 South Tennessee, Mason City Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Adams and baby of San Diego, Cal., Mr. ind Mrs. Vernon Adams and Clara Adams from El Cajon, Cal., lave left after a visit with relatives and friends in Mason City, akc Mills and Albert Lea. —o— It is easiest to sliver almonds when they are soft, right after blnnching. Cut them in thin lengthwise pieces and dry thoroughly in a warm oven before storing in a covered container in the refrigerator. They may then be used as is or sautccd in butter or margarine; or they may be toasted, spread out in a shallow pan, in a moderate oven. Man is nearly always involved, directly or indirectly, in the causes that makes birds extinct. EX P E RT WATCH REPAIR Insist that experts - only work on your ° delicate watches for best results. PROMPT SERVICE M1ER WOLF &SONS FAMOUS FRUIT CANNING BOOK OFFERED FREE 1948 EDITION Gives Proven Way To Finer Results This year get finer flavor, brighter color, firmer texture in the fruits you put up. The new, free 1948 edition of "Finer Canned & Frozen Fruits" tells you how. And it's easy. The secret, tested and proved by thousands of women, requires just one simple change In your canning and freezing syrups. "Finer Canned & Frozen Fruits" gives the details step-by-step, gives recipes galore * . . helpful hints on relishes, marmalades and conserves . . . new ways of serving fruits you put up—32 pages of valuable information for experts and beginners alike. 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