Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 15, 1948 · Page 14
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10 July 14, 1948 «•*•» City GUb«-o»ieit«, MMM cur, i*. * Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engebretson, 803 Monroe N. W., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ruth, "to Wallace Edgar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Edgar of Clear Lake. The wedding will take place at a candlelight service Aug. 14 at 8 P. M. in the First Christian church. Kirk photo Too Much Care May End Life of Linoleum Ames—If the linoleum on the kitchen floor has been getting the "once-over" every day, its owner might well check on protective measures to substitute for her expensive energy. Frequent well-intentioned scrubbing with soap and water can actually ruin linoleum, says Naomi Shank, Iowa State college home management specialist. Most soaps for general cleaning contain alkali substances which attack the oil in the linoleum, causing it to become dry and crumbly. Moisture which seeps underneath often rots the backing. More linoleum, says Miss Shank, is worn away by scrubbing brushes and cleaning powder than by the steps the family takes. Care to prolong the life of linoleum should start early. A wax finish is usually given at the factory. Sometimes new linoleum has an oily film. Before cleaning it read carefully the manufacturer's directions on care and upkeep. But if no suggestions are given, suggests Miss Shank, clean the linoleum with a damp cloth and neutral soap, dry and then wax. Use a water emulsion wax. It's easy to apply and less slippery than the older types. You'll need to apply a new coat oftener in those areas where the linoleum is wiped at intervals with a damp cloth. Old linoleum may need a 2nd coat applied 30 minutes after the 1st. Don't use varnish or lacquers, Miss Shank warns, unless the floor covering is nearing the end of its usefulness. Cleaning, once you've waxed becames a mere matter of using a brush or dust mop and wiping now and then with a damp cloth Use warm water, and just enough to give results. When there's an accumulation of old wax, or an especially stubborn spot to remove use a mild abrasive. A neutra" soap with powdered pumice stone is good. Remember, Miss Shank points out, casters on heavy furniture cut into linoleum unless they're placed in wide-bottomed shoes. PAST PRESIDENTS TO HAVE MEETING The Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet at "Kozy Cottage," Clear Lake, with Mrs. Emma Duncan as hostess, Friday at 2 p. m. Nuptials Continue Through Summer Months « , ^ „ *****.**** * — * ****** ******** To prepare an a la king sauce for chicken, fish or hard-cooked eggs add thin strips of green pepper, sauteed mushroom slices, chopped pimento and blanched slivered almonds to a rich cream sauce. WHY Your Laundry When You Can Relax and Be Cool While Your Week's Laundry is being done automatically in 30 minutes. STRUGGLE ALL DAY 1N-THE-HEAT, DOING AT THE aun SELF SERVE LAUNDRY 111 So. Delaware Phone 373 Wesley Chapel Offers Setting for Nuptials In the chapel of Wesley Methodist church, Kenneth Erjavec of Denver, son of Mrs. Josephine Erjavec of Pueblo, N. Mex., was married to Miss Janet MacGregor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. MacGregor of 1415 Pennsylvania S. E., Tuesday evening at 7. The marriage was performed by Doctor Paul Arnold Peterson, assisted by Judge Verne A. Mettler. Traditional nuptial music was played by Mrs. Carl H. Carlson and Mrs. Paul A. Peterson sang "Ave Maria" and "A Wedding Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attended by Miss Lois Mohrman of Chicago as bridesmaid and Miss Marjorie Keeler of Mason City as maid of honor. The bridegroom was attended by the brothers of the bride, Duane MacGregor, as best- man, and her twin, Robert, as usher. The bride wore a white satin and nylon net gown with a fingertip veil, and she and her attendants carried crescent bouquets of red roses and white pompoms. The attendants were dressed in matching gowns of white frosted organdy and nylon net. The bride also wore a wrist watch, the gifl of the bridegroom. The candles were lighted during the playing of the chimes by Mrs. Phyllis Polsdoffer of Clear Lake and Mrs. Bonnie Mathews Mason City. Hostesses at the reception which was held at the Hanford hotel were the Misses Marian Best, Dorothy Dee and Beverly Rowse, and Mmes. Richard Sandage, Paul Hoye and Don Thomas. The bride was graduated from the Mason City high school, attended the Northwestern school of dentistry and has been employed by the Standard Oil company in Mason City. The bridegroom was graduated from Central high school of Pueblo and from Denver university. He served in the armed .forces 4A years, is ope of the directors of the Starlite Campers of the Rock- ies and is at present office manager of the McGuffen Lumber company of Denver. After a wedding trip to Mackinac island, they are to be the guests of the Starlite Campers in Colorado and will make their home in Denver. Out of town guests besides those previously mentioned were Mrs. Josephine Erjavec of Pueblo, Mrs. LeRoy Mohrman and son, Roy, and Wayne Burkhart of Dell Rapids, S. Dak. Lawn Party Is Being Planned for Womanhood The Womanhood of St. John's Episcopal church will be entertained at a lawn party by Mrs. Arthur Pritchett, 120 First N. E., Friday afternoon from 1 to 4 o'clock. Projects will be discussed and work started on items to be completed for the coming bazar. Mrs. Pritchett's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Lamb, and daughter, Sally, who are visiting at the rectory will be guests on this occasion. Mothers may bring their children and a baby sitter will be provided for the afternoon. TO WED MASON C1TYAN—Miss Katherine Yelli announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her sister, Irene, to Paul Marek, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Marek, 810 Jefferson N. W. Miss Yelli is a daughter of the late Stanley Yelli of Grand Island,. Neb. The wedding will take place Aug. 21 in St. Cecilia's cathedral at Omaha. Special Purchase! Summer Separates Shirt Shorts 1.95 Pedal '* Pusher 2.95 Mix ' em--n»atch for summer sun-fun! Washable cotton twill Lundeen-Bohemann Wedding Is Held A c k 1 e y—Miss Loretta Helen Bohemann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Bohemann, Ackley, and Gene Lundeen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lundeen, Mediapolis, were married July 8 in St. John's Evangelical and Reformed church in Ackley by the Rev. Frank Kroll. Miss Edna Bohemann, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and Thomas Lundeen, brother of the bridegroom, acted as bestman. Mrs. Harold Bohemann, sister-in- law of the bride, was accompanied by Miss Mildred Diedrich, Northwood,. as she sang. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents Mrs. Lundeen is a graduate ol Ackley high school and I. E. T. C. Cedar Falls. She taught kindergarten one year at Parkersburg Mr. Lundeen, a war veteran served in the European area 3 years and is now taking a college course at Denver, Colo., where they will make their home unti April, 1949. Try baking a meat loaf mixture in a square pan, then cutting it in squares for serving. Janelle Tobsing Becomes Bride at Fort Knox Miss Janelle Tobsing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Tobsing cf v ort Knox, Ky., formerly of Mason :ity, became the bride of Ross Erbschloe, son of Mr. and Mrs. ',uy Erbschloe of Blue Springs, Mo., on July 10 at the post chapel, 'haplain Axton pei-forming the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage y her father. Attending her as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. John Haaheim of Wright j'ield, Ohio. Wallace Warren of Bethlehem, Pa., acted as bestman for Mr. Erbschloe. The bride was attired in a bal- erina length white frosted or- andy dress with aqua accessories and carried a white Bible with an orchid. For going away, she wore a white suit with green ac- essories. The matron of honor wore blue organdy with pink accessories. A reception was held in the Godman Field Officers club following the ceremony. Mmes. W. E. Kingslover and William Abell and the Misses Betty Adams and Janice Truman of Fort Knox and Pat Taylor of Minneapolis, Minn., assisted in serving. Miss Mary Ellen Lee had charge of the guest book. The bride attended Iowa State college at Ames last year and will continue her college work at the University of Missouri where the bridegroom is now enrolled. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Guy Erbschloe of Blue Springs, Mo., Miss Pat Taylor, Minneapolis, Wallace Warren, Bethlehem, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. John Haaheim and son, Mikal, Wright Field, Ohio, and Miss Agnes Compton, Mason City. — o — To pep up a macaroni or potato salad add a little prepared mustard to the mayonnaise, blending well. Finely diced or grated onion is also a flavor help for both these salads; or use a generous amount of onion and mix with the dressing. Alexander Church Scene of Wedding Hampton—Miss Eva Faye Blau, daughter of Mrs. Reka Blau of Alexander, became the bride of T/Sgt. John Littzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Littzen of Ft. Dodge, July 7, at Alexander Reformed church. The Rev. Boomgardner of Ellsworth, Minn., former pastor of the church, arrived by plane to officiate at the double ring ceremony. Preceding the ceremony Miss Rosalie Hemmes of Hampton sang, accompanied by Miss Marilyn Johnson of Alexander. Miss Johnson played throughout the ceremony. Miss Wilma Hemmes of Hampton was maid of honor and Marvin Blau of Alexander, brother of the bride, was the best man. Calvin Schulte and Walter Schmidt, both of Alexander, were the ushers. A reception for the immediate members of the families was held in the churhc basement following the ceremony. After a short wedding trip they will leave for Sacramento, Cal., where they will make their home. The bride is a graduate of Alexander high school and nurses training at the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. She was last employed at the Hampton clinic. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Ft. Dodge high school and is now serving in the Army Air corps. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Bethlehem Ladies aid— 8, church social room. V. F. W. auxiliary— 8, V. F. W. hall. THURSDAY Central Lutheran Evening group— 8. Pearl and Florence Rohr, 551 7th S. E. Grace Evangelical Ladies aid— 1, West park. Energetic class— Congregational church. R. N. A. Health club— 2, Labor hall. Immanuel circle 3— 2:30, Mrs. A. E. Bodell, 415 7th S. E. Hanford Ladies aid— Mrs. Clara Johnson. Legion Golf club women— 4, club. Women of the Moose— 8, Moose hall. Building Trades council— 8, Labor hall. '* Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lester, 1437 Hampshire N. E., announce the engagement and approaching ' marriage of their daughter, Beverly, to Fred L. Way, son of Mrs. Don Helbling, 604 12th N. E. ' The wedding will take place Aug. 3. * JOLLY 8 CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Jolly 8 club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Elmer Person, 1226 Monroe N. W. Five hundred was played, prizes going to Mrs. Charles Gibbs and Mrs. Eldon Shepherd. The next meeting will be Aug. 10 with Mrs. John Pinta. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Evelyn Schrader left Tuesday by plane for Salem, Ore., to begin her new work with the Oregon State Public Health department. Miss Schrader has been spending the past month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G Schrader, 825 3rd S. E. TOO FAT? Get SUMMER new food candy way Have a more slender, graceful figure this AYDS Candy Way. IT'S A DOCTOR'S AMAZING DISCOVERY. No drugs, no laxatives, no exercising. Eat plenty. You don't cut out any meals. You simply take AYDS before meals, which automatically curbs the appetite. The result is you eat less and lose weight. Absolutely harmless. ! PROOF" POSITIVE!Eminent physicianssupcrvisedclinical testa and report quick and safe losses, with over 100 AYDS users. WHY EXPERIMENT? Start the AYDS Plan Today. Only S2.89 for a fu!l 35-days supply—possibly more than you will need. You lose weight on the very fir»tbox or your money refunded. Come in, phone, or write. At Leading: Dept., Drug & Health Food Stores Everywhere. ff L^t* earcince There are many, many bargains in our July Clearance of dresses. Come in and look around . . , you'll find several to fill in your wardrobe, some suitable for wear right now, some for fall wear. 26-28 East State Doubl MASON CITY'S EfGHTH ANNUAL HORSE SHOW *w to f^lan Ljc l/Ueclclina Get This Booklet Free at d^lcmcnard 6 our No Obligation Back zipper closings . Team tfce plaid shirt \ with matching shorts I and pedal pusher— { Gold, Blue, Black ) ^>uttneu4 \ for slim fit, Don't miss these SUPER VALUES! BOOMHOWER HARDWARE SALE PICTURES Special Selling AH Pictures .. 30% to 50% BOOMHOWER HARDWARE off Panel style sundress has a whittle your waist jacket to convert it for general wear. Seven gore skirt is very flattering to a figure with line. No. 2827 is cut in sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 49, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 4 yds. 35-in. for dress; J yd. 35-in. for bolero. Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Adress, and Style Num- ^ber. 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 select 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 Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. At the North Iowa Fairgrounds — Mason City JULY 17 th and 18 th I SATURDAY NIGHT 8 P. M. SUNDAY NIGHT 8 P.M. Two Entirely Different Programs RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT DECKER BROS., INC, AND AT ABEL, AND SON, INC. Sponsored By The MASON CITY SADDLE CLUB

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