Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 13, 1948 · Page 1
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 13, 1948
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8 July 12. 1948 f *••• City GUM-GM4U*, M«•• Ciir, la. Social Calendar MONDAY Women of the Moose— 7, Mrs. Walter Carr, 615 N. Federal, ice cream social. Daughters of Veterans— 7:45, Hi-12 clubrooms. Amvet auxiliary— 7:45, Y.-W.'G. A.,public party. St. James Luther league— 8, Bayside, Clear Lake. Good Cheer lodge— 8, Northwestern Women's clubrooms, 540 First N. W. Hawkeye Movie Makers— 8, Y. M. C. A. TUESDAY South Side Friendly club— 1, Mrs. F. H. Schweer, 409 4th 5. E. Guesho club— 6, Mrs. Earl Young, 310 Pennsylvania S. E. Trinity Garfield circle— 7:30, Mrs. Herbert Vick, 620 Jersey S. E. Jolly 8 club— 8, Mrs. Elmer Person, 1226 Monroe N. W. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. MEETING CONDUCTED BY R. N. A. LCDGE R. N. A. lodge met in the Labor temple for entertainment night with Mrs. Gale Bull presiding. Mrs. E. W. Lilley, Miss Ella Kabrick, Mrs. Leo Herzog, Mrs. Margaret Dirksen and Mrs. Maxine Johnson were on the committee. Games were played and refreshments served. The Officers club meeting was postponed to July 23. Add sliced frankfurter or crumbled bacon and slices of hard- cooked egg to potato salad when it is to be the main luncheon or supper dish; mix the frankfurter or bacon right into the salad with the dressing and celery, but use the hard-cooked egg sliced as a garnish. POISON IVY OAK or SUMAC. New treatment Mops Itching, dries up blisters quickly. gently and safely. At druggists, 59 p a? IVY-DRY FORETASTE OF FALL—Faille coat dress \vith a jutting hipline, designed by Fanya, is an indication of what fall will bring to the fashion world. FOX-BEADIE Wesley—Franklin Fox and Mrs Joan Beadie were married July 6 at Fairmont, Minn. They will live at the Frank Fox home till late fall. Plentiful Food List Assists Wise Shopping Ames — Everybody knows no food is inexpensive these days. But figures don't lie. And there's enough difference between $5.43 and $2.86 at the cashier's counter to make any homemaker sit up and take notice. That may be the difference right now between choosing a basket of plentiful foods and one of scarcer items. * Here are the contents of the 2 market baskets, compiled by Jewel CJraham, Iowa State college nutritionist, to Show that shopping for plentiful foods does save you money. Cabbage, 2 Ibs 14 Canned peas, No. can, medium grade 18 Cantaloups, 2 50 Oranges, 2 Ibs 26 Grapefruit juice, 46 oz 18 Whiting, 2 Ibs 42 Ground beef trim, 2 Ibs. .... 1.18 Broccoli, 2 Ibs Canned wax beans, No. 2 can, top grade Plums, 2 Ibs Bananas, 2 Ibs Pineapple juice, 46 oz. .., Salmon, 2 Ibs Ground round beef, 2 Ibs. $2.86 . .35 .27 .98 .38 .45 1.30 1.70 'Bits About 'em. Mr. and Mrs. James DuBard of Marked Tree, Ark., were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeSomery, 545 4th S. E. Mrs. Hazel Kopache of Richmond, Cal., is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Melvin Kittleson, 129 29th S. W. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reed and family, who have been visiting relatives here, have returned to their home at Minerva, Ohio. Mrs. Reed was Evelyn Jansen before her marriage. ?5.43 And here are more of the foods on the plentiful list from the United States department of agriculture you'll want to make use of the rest of this month—sweet corn, grapefruit segments, lemons, dried fruits, potatoes, eggs, peanut butter, canned sweet potatoes and canned apple products. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES West Union—Marriage licenses have been issued to Hilbert A. Anderson, 30, and Wilma A. Zum- mack, 30, both of Oelwein; Claude J. Smith, 25, Reinbeck, and Lois Feller, 23, Elgin; Nelson Ralph Halford, 32, Winthrop, and Leona Mattern, 33, Oelwein. Lock Photo BRIDE AT ST. JOSEPH CHURCH—The marriage of Miss LaVonne Rae Shaffer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shaffer, 141- 27th S. W.. and Gordon R. Hickle, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hickle, 2726-19th S. W. took place Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock in St. Joseph Catholic Church, with the Rev. Robert Saunders officiating at : *the double rnig ceremony. Miss Irene Sweeney played mptial music and during the cere- 1 aony Mrs. Robert Gettman, cousin f the bride, sang "On This Beau- iful Day, O Beautiful Mother," tb ke I ep em Flavor to set tongues atingle—nourishment that little folks need . . . serve Kellogg's Corn-Soya for a satisfying, stays-by-you breakfast at small cost. The protein value of one ounce of Corn-Soya (% cup) in four ounces of milk equals that of one egg and three slices of bacon. Vitamins and minerals, too. Get some at your grocer's today. R. C. Oberhauser, Rita Mormann Wed Osage—Rita Mormann, Osagc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mormann, Stacyville, became the bride of Raymond C. Oberhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oberhauser, Independence, at a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. B. Kalb, Visitation church, Stacyville, 8 a. m. Saturday. Frances Oberhauser. Rochester, Minn., sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Elmer Mormann Waterloo, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony, dinnei was served at Kelly's cai'e, Osage for 25 relatives. A reception wat held Saturday afternoon and evening at the bride's parents. After a trip through the Black Hills, the couple will be at home at Osage. The bride is employee in the Marr Knitting Mill, Osage and Mr. Oberhauser is employee at the Co-op Oil Company, Osage MERLE JACKSONS HONORED GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jackson were honored at a charivari held Saturday night at the Randy Jackson home. There were 75 present and refreshments were served. A purse was presented to the Merle Jacksons. To stretch a small amount (if steak, cut it in thin diagonal slivers; saute an onion for each person to be served—cut in thin strips—in hot fat in a skillet, then add the beef slivers and cook quickly, stirring to brown the meat. Add salt and pepper to taste and serve on hot buttered toast. Wrap Around md "O Lord I Am Not Worthy.' The bride, given in marriage by er father, was attired in a white satin gown with a sweetheart icckline. Her illusion veil was idged with lace and held by a aeaded crown. She carried white carnations and rhubrum lilies. The matron of honor, Mrs. William sister of the bride, wore a blue gown with a sweetheart neckline. The bridesmaids, Mrs. James Rockwell and Mrs. Robert Heiderich, cousin of the bride, wore pink gowns. AH carried colonial bouquets. Mrs. Shaffer, mother of the bride, wore navy blue with white accessories and Mrs. Hickle. mother of the bridegroom, navy blue and white sheer with white accessories. They both had corsages of white carnations and rhubrum lilies. A reception was held at K. of C. hall immediately following the ceremony for about. 100 guests. Mrs. Will Quinn, Mrs. Frank Ryan, Mrs. George Platts and Mrs. Kluseman were in charge. A 3- tier wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom centered the bride's table. Miss Faye Gettman and Miss Alice Mae Shaner had charge of the guest book nnd Mrs. Virgil Francis and Mrs. Raymond G e 1 1. m a u h a d charge of the gift table. For going away the bride wore a tan suit with white accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations a. id rhubrum lilies. Mrs. Hickle is a graduate of Mason City high school and has been employed by the Iowa Hardware Mutual Insurance company for the past year. Mr. Hickle is a graduate of Mason City high school and is employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Mason City. Mauve, pink and while linen sandals are being trimmed with gold. They are being used for street or evening wear. Mr. and Mrs. John Gpranslo of Louisville, Ky., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pickett, 921 4th S. W. The Goranslos are former Mason City residents and while living here owned the Palace Cash grocery. Ruth Dickinson California Bride West Union—Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dickinson, of the Lima community, south of West Union, announce the marriage of their daughter, Ruth, to M/Sgt. Clarence B. Pawleski, Camp Pendleton, Cal., son of William Pawelski, Rockville, Conn., June 25, in the Methodist church at Burnside, Cal. The bride, given in marriage by S/Sgt. L. J. Callihan, was attended by Mrs. L. J. Callihan. The bridegroom was attended by S/Sgt. Don Weatherby. A reception for 25 guests was held in the bride's home following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Hollywood, Cal., they are at home at Burnside. After her graduation from high school in 1942, the bride worked as an aircraft instrumental technician at Hill Field, Utah, and lately has been employed at Oceanside, Cal. Her husband served in the marine corps for 11 years, 8 years being spent over- San Francisco Is Next B.P.W. Meeting Place Fort Worth, Tex., (—Dele- gates to the annual convention of the National Federal of Bus; ss and Professional Women's < iavf scattered to their home' San Francisco their target c 1950. The convention ended UK c- long session after selecting D.. K. Frances Scott, M. D., of Noi .h- ampton, Mass, as its new president. The national board of directors selected Jacksonville, Fla. as tha meeting place for the national board in 1949. )3 U. SAILOR—This trim and tailored suit hat is one of a group by name designers, offered to budget manufactures. In cocoa and turquoise jersey, it is by Laddie Northridge. BERHOW-MOGENSEN Swea City—John Mogensen, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. George Mogensen, former Swea Cityans now living in Bancroft, and Ruth Elaine Berho%v, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Berhow of Ledyard, were married by Justice of the Peace Delia Welter in Algona on July 1. Fresh pears have an affinity for blue or Roquefort cheese. Serve them together as is or peel the pears, halve and core, and arrange on water cress or shredded lettuce with a mixture of French dressing and the crumbled blue or Roquefort cheese in each cav- Doris Elliott Becomes Bride Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Elliott of Dumont announce tha marriage of their daughter, Doris, to Robert C. Enger, son of AufU'st Enger of Minneapolis, perforr'id by the Rev. Everett Weisser at Ihe Evangelical pai'Suiiagc in Minneapolis, June 26. The couple was attended by "Jr. and Mrs. Vernon J. Olson, also of Minneapolis. After a 10 day stay at Gull Lake, Minn., the couple will be at home in Minneapolis where Mr. Enger is employed by the Bolander Construction company and Mrs. Enger at the First National bank. Drop cookies may often be flattened vrith the tines of a fork; just press fork in 2 directions, making a crisscross pattern. HEARING AIDS $25.00 to $150.00 Batteries All Kinds DR. J. H. LEPPER, Opt. 28 First St. S. E. FOLLOWS TIP More and more women are turning lo simply-styled, comfortable-fitting Blue Swan panties. So well-made of fine knit rayoK and so budgetly-priced, these panties are most practical for any occasion. _ _. 69 C 26-28 EAST STATE — BEAT the HEAT! 2705 SIZES 14-50 No warm weather wardrobe would be complete without a washable with the easy wraparound closing. This one adds cool cap sleeves and ripples of ruffling to keep you daisy-fresh all day long. No. 2705 is cut in sizes 1-1, l(i, 18, 20, 3H, 38, 4d, 42, 44, 46, 48, and 50. Size 36 requires 4 yards 35-inch. Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Address, and Style Number. State size desired. , See the new SUMMER FASHION BOOK for charming cap- sleeved dresses, romantic young fashions with billowing skirts, a great variety of vacation togs including sunbacks with their own boleros or little capes and play- clothes lor every age; home frocks aprons, pretty pinafores, and plenty of styles for children. Costs only 20c a copy. Adress PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette. 121 W. 19th St, New York 11. N. Y. MOTHWING SHEER RES S E S » -, s ,, in SIZES to Fit ALL- WOMEN and MISSES! Many requests for the famous free book. Finer Canned and Frozen Fruits, come from women who first heard of it from enthusiastic friends. And there are thousands and thousands— experls and beginners alike —who've tried and proved the amazing secret this book imparts. It's just a simple change in your preparation of the canning and freezing syrups, yet it makes a world of improvement in the color, flavor and texture of the fruit you put up. The bip, beautiful—free—1948 edition of Finer Canned and Frozen Fruits gives all the details—valuable tips on relishes, Jellies, pickles — a whole treasury of valuable Information on canning and freezing fruits, PLUS recipes for use. For a copy, free, send a postcard, KlvInR your name' and address to HELEN HOLMES. Dept. 11, P. O. Box 3346. St. Paul. Minnesota. t- Advcrllscment PLEASURE FOR HZZLUifi WEATHER I To try one on> is to want it—they're that cool and airy! . Summery styles you Ml take on vacations...wear to office or town, . Prints charming!--lilies-of-the- valley, monotone or florals on pastel or dark backgrounds. . Size* 12 to 20--l6i to 24* . SAVE in this Value-packed event! THRIFT PRICED! you'd expect to pay much more for these dresses!

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