Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 12, 1948 · Page 10
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owan Elected to National Office WEDDING ANNOUNCED-Mr 0 and Mrs. Louis Kipper, 817 Polk S. W., announce the marriage of their daughter, LaFaun, to John Amos of Mason City, performed July 3 at the Kipper home, the Rev. J. M. Eaves of Des Moines officiating. The couple was attended by the bride's sister and brother Miss Paulette Kipper, and Harold Kipper. The bride wore a pastel pink suit and a corsage of pink roses,and white carnations and the bridesmaid was in a navy blue print with a corsage of pink and white carnations. A reception followed the ceremony at the home. Walter Fletcher of Kansas City was an out of town guest. Mr. and Mrs! Amos are making their home in Mason City. He is a war veteran, having served 3 years in the navy. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES \ Clarion—Marriage licenses have been issued the past week to Charles W. Bartley, 24 and Marjorie Shipman, 20, both of Eagle Grove; Frank Johnson, 42, and Vera May Fisher, 24, both of Rock Island, 111.; Donald O. Nelson, 21, and Joan Ersland, 18, both of Belmond; Beryl Alfred Mensing, 24, Latimer, and Marell Welzien Swan, 24, Dows. Strawberries, pineapple and rhubarb team up well in a fruit cup, a salad, pie or a pudding. Mason Cityans Attend State Pilgrim Meet Miss Mary Senn, 101 Kentucky S..E., and Miss Mary Ehlers, 112 Kentucky S. E., have been spending the week at Grinnell where they took part in the Iowa Pilgrim fellowship conference on the Grinnell college campus. More than 130 Congregational young people from Iowa attended the study session under the direction of Virgil E. Foster, Grinnell, director, of religious education for the Congregational Christian Conference of Iowa. The daily schedule included 2 class periods, a convention session, crafts workshops and recreation and social periods. Classes considered Bible study, problems of Christian living, international aspects of the church and youth guidance. Charles McAdams' Anniversary Held Swea City—A reception was held at the Mr. and Mrs. Charles McAdams home in observance of the couple's 50th wedding anniversary, July 7. Married at the Methodist parsonage in Bancroft on July 7, 1898, Mr. and Mrs. McAdams have lived in the Swea City community since. Mrs. McAdams, whose maiden name was Lillian May Whitcomb, came to Bancroft in 1885 and her husband came to Kossuth county in 1890. He was a son of the late S. H. McAdams, who farmed what is now the Harry Tish farm in southeast Harrison township when that tract was known throughout this region as "the flax patch." Swea City was not yet in existence when the McAdams family first moved to the farm, and the place had long been the halfway house between Bancroft, nearest railroad station,' and the Swedish colony in Swea and Eagle townships. 3 of the couple's children Tr WEDDI *G TRIP NORTH-Mr. and Mrs. Bennett A. Webster, Jr. are on a wedding trip to Basswood Lake, Minn., and the Okoboi club at Lake Okoboji and will arrive in Mason City July 16, enroute to Des Moines where they plan to make their home. Their marriage took place July 3 at Greenville, Mich., in the Congregational church with rthe Rev. Doctor Parsons officiating. Before her marriage, Mrs. Webster was Miss Elizabeth Burns, daughter of Mrs. Thomas Burns of '2 Delegates Arrive Home After Session Mrs. J. E. Osborne and Mrs. Ward Hamilton arrived home Friday night from Fort Worth, Texas, where they attended the biennial convention of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women. Miss Helen Irwin of Des Moines was elected 3rd vice president of the National Federation during the closing session. Miss Irwfh has often visited the Mason City B. P. W. club. She has served as legislation chairman for both the national and Iowa Federations of B. P. W. clubs. She is a past president of the Iowa Federation and served 2 terms on the national candidate data committee. _ Miss Irwin has been active continuously in some official capacity since she joined the Des Moines club in 1925. Mrs. Harry Vick who was the Mason City club delegate to the convention and Mrs. Charlotte Lookingland will visit other points in Texas before returning home. Mrs. Osborne went to the convention as a delegate at large from the Iowa Federation. The Mason Cityans report that Texas was cool compared to Iowa during their stay there and that there was rain every day. Take it once as a brightly piaided gingham sun-dress, its circular skirt rounded with tuck stitching. Take it again as a bolero jacketed summer suit, short sleeves done with the same smart tucking. Green and beige with red; royal and pink with pale green; beige ^ and gunmetal with pink. Sizes 10 to 18. double taks FASHION FLOOR . . .SECOND were present at the observance on Wednesday, including Paul McAdams of Milnor, N. Dak., with his wife and 3 children; Mrs Thorvald Peterson , Terrill, her husband and 2 sons; and Alden McAdams, with his wife and 2 children, Algona. Mrs. McAdams is the last of her immediate family. Her husband's 7 brothers and sisters were all present at the golden anniversary. A picnic dinner at noon was held for the relatives and the open house took place in the evening. The honored couple received gifts. Refreshments were served on the lawn. —o— Mix chopped tongue and hard- cooked eggs, season with salt and pepper and mix with salad dressing for a sandwich filling. Serve sandwich on a plate with shredded cabbage and cucumber topped with Thousand Island Dressing. Cap Sleeved Cool and dainty, this cap sleeve charmer has soft shoulder yokes and a simulated skirt flounce—to highlight in eyelet or your own favorite edging! Note the way the waistline tucks release skirt fullness. No. 2215 is cut in sizes 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, and 19. Size 15 requires 2J yds. 35-in., 3.? yds. edging. 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 for every age; home frocks, aprons, pretty pinafores, and plenty of styles for children. Costs only 20c a copy. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Greenville. Mr. Webster is the son of Bennett A. Webster, 110 Carolina S. E. An all white setting was arranged in the church for the exchange of vows and the bride and her attendants were all attired in white. The bride's gov/n was of white pique with matching mitts and she carried a gardenia surrounded by white roses and carnations. Her 3 sisters who attended her, Mrs. Robert Johnson, matron of honor, Mrs. Hugh Reynolds and Mrs. William Brown, bridesmaids, all wore white pique and carried blue delphiniums. Her uncle, Howard Scebeck of Chicago, gave her in marriage. Mr. Webster had as his best man his college roommate, George Wright of Ann Arbor. Ushers were Hugh Reynolds of Evanston, 111., Fred Weber of Spirit Lake and John Kress of Ann Arbor. Nuptial music preceding the ceremony included vocal selections by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Scebeck. A reception at the Greenville Country club for 300 guests followed the ceremony which was performed at 4 o'clock. Guests included the bridegroom's father, B. A. Webster, his sister, Mrs. Norman Kendall, Mason City, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weber of Spirit Lake. For going away, the bride wore a brown suit with whiteo rchid corsage. The bride is a graduate of the University of Michigan and has been employed in the Survey Research department there. Mr. Webster is a graduate of Yale university, served in the Army Air force in Italy and was graduated this June from the Michigan ]aw school.. —o— BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Matzen, 920 Adams N. W., and Henry Siewert- sen, 1019 4th S. W., have returned from a trip to the Ozarks. They visited in the homes of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Matzen of Columbia, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Chris Thompson at Afton, and at the Lawrence B. Malzen home in Bagley. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Belding and daughters, Betsy and Emily Ann, have arrived from Napervihe, III., to spend the weekend at the home of his brother, Lynn Belding and family, 1113 Washington S. W. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald W Mnk- inson, 206 N. Federa!, have returned from a 3 weeks trip which included Chicago, Cleveland and Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. While in Chicago, Mrs. Makinson assisted in registering doctors who called at the Luzier Cosmetics booth during the American Medical association convention at Navy Pier. In Niagara Falls, Mrs. Makinson appeared as guest speaker at the regional meeting of the Luzier Cosmetics Consultants. A bittersweet chocolate frosting is made from frmr squares (four ounces) unsweetened chocolate melted "with a quarter cup of butter or margarine; then a cup and a quarter of confectioners' sugar is added along with a half- cup of light cream or evaporated milk. If you have an electric mixer use it to beat the frosting smooth. It should be beaten at high speed for about four minutes. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Only! \\ Reg. 6.00 FEATHER FLUFF" 4.95 No Appt. Necessary Till 110(1 rOUH CONMOINCI Cold Wave 5.95 Budget Wave . . 3.95 HELEN IRWIN Eleanor Swenson Weds R. D. Hanna Scarville—Eleanor Mae Swenson, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Ole Swenson of Scarville, and Reuben D. Hanna, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Hanna of Lake Mills were married July 4, at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Scarville by the Rev. Neal S. Johnson. Nuptial music was played by Mrs. Buel Opdahl of Emmons, Minn. who also accompanied Thelford Brekke who sang. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for about 90 guests. Social Calendar MONDAY Toastmistress club— 6:30, Cerro Gordo hotel. 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. C. 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 nlub— 1, Mrs. F. H. Schweer, 409 4th O. jL, Guesho club— 6, Mrs. Earl Young, 310 Pennsylvania S. E. Trinity Garfield circle— 7:30, Mrs. Plerbert 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. WEDNESDAY Trinilay B. and O. circle— 2, Mrs. George Lyons, 415 15th N. W. Women of the Moose— 2, Moose hall, public card party W. C. T. U.— 2. Mrs. C, B. Letts. 247 14th S. E. Central Heights club- Postponed. Social Hour club— Mrs. Herman Bohnsack. Navy Mothers club— 2, Labor hall. Bethlehem Ladies aid— 8, church social room. V. F. W. auxiliary— 8, V. F. W. hall' THURSDAY 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. FRIDAY Our Saviour's Dorcas circle— 1:30, church. Queen Rebekah lodge— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. B. A. R. E. auxiliary— • 8, Labor hall. NEW ADDRESS MASON CITY f ,u MA A S ?7 N CITY GETS NEW ALDERMAN—No politics were involved in the addition of this Alderman to Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Alderman and sons, Skippy, 7, and. Jim, 3, are pictured at their new residence at 414 20th S. W. Mr. Alderman came to thilF community last fall from Waterloo and his family joined him here a month ago. He is the sales manager for Pritchard Motor Co. Before coming here, he was with Rath's Packing ~~ ~ '*company for 12 years as division sales manager. Waterloo is their home town. The record player provides entertainment for the Alderman family. Here Mr. and Mrs. Alderman listen to selections made by July Brings 2 Marriages to Family of Ed Roethler Osage—July is a wedding month* in the family of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roethler, one of their daughters, Virginia, having been married on July 3, and another, Veronica, is planning a wedding for July 17. Mr. and Mrs. Roethler announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Veronica, to Stanley Krumrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Krumrey, Charles City. Vows will be exchanged July 17, at 10:00 a. m., in Sacred Heart church, Osage. The couple will be at home in Charles City. The bride-elect is a student of the Osage high school. Mr. Krumrey attended the Charles City high school, is a discharged GI and now is employed- in the Oliver Corporation, Charles City. A recent shower was held for the bride-elect at her home with 40 relatives in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Roethler, announce the marriage of their daughter, Virginia, Mason City, to Rex Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Martin, Mason City, July 3, at Mason City with only members of the family present. The couple was feted at the bride's homo at a reception. Mrs. Martin was graduated from the Osage high school, and has been employed at the Park Inn and Woolworth's, Mason City. Mr. Martin was graduated from the Mason City high school, spent 2 years in service, and is now employed by the Stoddard Refrigeration factor}-, Mason City. The couple is at home at Mason City". Baked beans mixed with crumbled crisply cooked bacon and sweet pickle relish make an excellent 1 u nc h e o n salad when served on salad greens. Serve with buttered Boston brown bread if desired. Mexicana These Mexican embroidery motifs express the spirit of a gay and happy people. Hot iron transfer pattern No. 566 contains 17 motifs from 2 by 2* to 3i by 4 inches each with complete instructions. Needlework Book 15 cents. To order: Send 15 cents in coin to Needlework Bureau, Globe-Gazette, 220 Fifth Ave., New York, 1, N. Y. Enclose 15c extra for Needlework Book which includes 8 free patterns and illustrated instructions for slip covers; in addition, a large selection of designs to crochet, knit and embroider. Quilts, dolls, etc. VERONICA ROETHLER John Percy Stevens Former Mason Cityan, Visits Friends Here John Percy Stevens, Long Beach, Cal., a former local resident, is in Mason City for a visit of several days with friends. Mr. Stevens, accompanied by his wife, is enjoying an extended vacation from his petroleum business duties in California. They left May 20, and their itinerary included Buffalo, N. Y., Niagara Falls, Richmond, Va., New York City, Montreal and Quebec, Can., and Detroit, Mich. Such scenic stops as Yellowstone and Glacier national parks are planned for the return journey home. Mr. Stevens, who was in partnership with his brother, Tracy Stevens, in the Stevens shoe store left Mason City in 1920. LEAVE FOR WEST Garner—Mrs. W. S. Pritchard, Sr., Mrs. Bernice Schultz and Jackie, and Jean Oberhauser of Belmond left Wednesday for Pasadena, Cal. Mrs. W. S. Pritchard will attend the national convention of the Catholic Daughters of America and Mrs. Schultz, Jackie and Jean Oberhauser will visit with relatives and friends for several weeks. of FAREWELL TO PASTOR Chester—The congregation a successful 5 year pastorate at Lime Springs and Chester. son, Skippy. Jim. prefers his comic books. Mr. Alderman is a member of Junior Chamber of Commerce, Toastmasters, and the Country club. Golfing is his particular hobby. He has been active in state work in the Junior Chamber, having been a state director and a member of the state board. At Waterloo, he held various offices in the local chapter of the Junior Chamber. Mr. Alderman has also contributed his services in infantile paralysis drives, having been Black Hawk county chairman lor the National Foundation For Infantile Paralysis. The Alderman family attends the Radio chanel and. son, Skippy, will enter the 2nd grade at Roosevelt school this fall. the Methodist church held a farewell party for the Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Smith. Mr. Smith is assigned » ^^^^^^.^ ^ ^..^ ... ii ia .j. B ciii«; to Ackley and Parkersburg after for each serving. The hot vegetable elpmg the omemaker By Cecily Brownstone COMPANY SUPPER -*' Jellied Consomme Cold Salmon Steaks Mayonnaise with Fresh Dill Crisp Potato Sticks Summer Vegetable Platter Bread and Butter Fruit Sherbet Lacy Raisin Cookies Beverage Lacy Raisin Cookies $ cup sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder i teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon i teaspoon mace i teaspoon allspice i teaspoon cloves i cup butter or margarine 1 cup granulated sugar 2 small eggs I cup seedless raisins i cup coarsely chopped pecan or walnut meats 4 cups uncrushed corn flakes Sift flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, mace, allspice, and cloves together. Cream butter or margarine, add sugar and continue creaming until light and fluffy. Add eggs and beat well. Mix in flour, raisins, nutmeats and corn flakes. Shape in small mounds, about 3 inches apart on ungreased cookie sheet. Do not flatten since cookies spreakJ. Bake in moderately hot (375 degrees F.) oven 12 to 14 minutes. Cool slightly and remove from cookie sheet with spatula or thin bladed knife. Makes about 2£ dozen large cookies. —o— A good rule to remember in serving green vegetables that have been steamed or boiled is to add a teaspoon of butter or margarine will melt the fat as it comes to the table. July Clearance Children's COATS, SUITS and DRESSES OUT THEY GO! WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW FALL COATS AND DRESSES! BUY FOR SCHOOL NOW AND SAVE! 26-28 East State

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