Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 10, 1948 · Page 14
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4 Jnly 9, IMS City GUb«-Gu*U«, MM«B City, la. Wakeman Is Church of Christ Pastor The Church of Christ in Mason City announces the arrival of it's minister, Burdette Wakeman, with his wife and 2 year old daughter, Caralynn Faye. Mr. Wakeman, who still has a year left as a student of the Minnesota Bible college, will resume his studies next fall, but will continue to serve the local church, coming to Mason City on weekends. He and his family live at 1413 Wilson S. W. Mr. Wakeman is a veteran of Creamed Foods Recommended for Summertime World war 11, having entered the service in December, 1942, and receiving hi? discharge in September, 1945. • On Sept. 18, 1945, he entered Minnesota Bible college to prepare himself for the ministry. During the summer, after completing his freshman year, at college, he served 6 weeks with the Winona, Minn., church. Immediately following this term of service he went directly to Marion, Minn., starting with the church there on Sept. 1, 1946., and continuing until coming to Mason City. During this time he had a broadcast on KROC, Rochester, which broadcnrt is still being carried on by the minister of the Church of Christ of Plainview. According to Mr. Wakeman, this summer is to be highlighted by an evangelistic meeting starting Sunday evening in the Y. W. C. A. This is to be augmented by a series of radio broadcasts over KICM, beginning July 9 and continuing intermittently throughout the next 2 weeks. Are You a "Spectacle- Spoiler"? Do you rate the names "t e m p 1 e chewer," "Yanker- offer"? Then perhaps you are afflicted with improperly fitted and a d j u s t ed glasses. Let us give you a scientific eye examination; p r e s cribe and fit the proper glasses to your face. Come in tomorrow. Your Eyes Are Dear - - - - - Check Once A Year ----- Huesgei 1st . . . Office » HELZBERG'S 23 South Federal, Mason City, Iowa Merchants Will Do Christmas Shopping Early This Year By ERNA NERNA More than 3,500 Iowa retail merchants, who specialize in toys, lousehold appliances and novel- ;ies are expected to do their Christmas shopping 5 months early at the 3rd annual Northwest Toy and Gift Goods show, July L8-21, inclusive, in Minneapolis auditorium. Representing 9 northwest states, nearly 100 manufacturers have completed arrangements to display their wares at the show with the slogan "Christmas in July." Featured in the toy exhibits will be animated animals, ranging from tiny kittens to life-size tigers, and toys th'at glow in the dark. The return of good metals for the first time since the war and developments in the plastic field are credited by manufacturers for the wide variety of the displays. Only event of its kind in this part of the country, the show is sponsored annually by the Northwest Toy and Gift Goods Association, Inc., a non-profit organization of manufacturers of items that are sold by gift shops, hardware stores, department stores, variety shops and drug stores. There are some 8,600 species of birds, belonging to more than 140 different families. FLOATING ISLAND RECIPE IS GIVEN Summertime eating is discussed by Mrs. Reeves in her food column this week She specially emphasizes the value of creamed foods, not only because they are attractive and delicious, but also because they are a source of the milk which the body requires. Little tricks with summer desserts are suggested by Mrs. Reeves who points out that short cake needn't be limited to strawberries. A recipe lor floating island, an old fashioned treat, is included. 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Open Until 9 Friday Night Although the month of June is recognized as "national dairy month,'" how important it is always to remember and keep up the daily requirement of milk products in our menus. Plan summer dishes that will intrigue the appetite as well as attract the eye. Creamed dishes are attractive if you remember to keep the meat, fish, eggs or vegetables in rather large pieces so the finished dish has color as well as texture personality. When fresh fruits are in season, serve them often in short cakes. Not just strawberry; any berry lends itself to a rich biscuit, split, butter and ready to many fruits, sliced and sweetened. For something quick one can never go wrong serving ice cream over sponge cake topped with diced chilled, sweetened fruit. Sprinkle nut meats over fruit ice cream and chopped salted almonds over chocolate sauce on vanilla. Floating Island is a real old- time favorite that is easy to make; is colorful and appetizing. Meringues 6 tablespoons sugar, 0 egg whites stiffly beaten, 2 cups scalded milk. Beat egg whites until stiff, and then fold in the sugar. Now drop by tablespoons on the hot milk. Cook uncovered until firm. (This takes about 5 minutes). Lift the meringues out carefully. Place them on a platter and chili.' Custard 2 eggs slightly beaten 4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups milk scalded i teaspoon vanilla Combine eggs, sugar and salt. Gradually add the hot milk (which was used to cook the meringues). Cook in the top of a double- boiler (over hot but not boiling water) stirring constantly^ ^until custard coats the spoon. Add vanilla and chill. Pour cold custard into a glass bowl and carefully place chilled meringues on top. Put a bit of red jelly on top of each island for the final touch. You can bake a berry pic without getting the juice all over the oven if you set the pie on a cookie pan. Dies at Forest City Forest Cily — Funeral services were held here Tuesday for Wiliam McFarlane, 75, who died at local hospital. He was a resident f Mason City for over 50 years, moving here 8 years ago. Survivors are the widow, a brother, Robert McFarlane, of Minneapolis, 2 nieces and 2 nephews. Extreme cold may kill moths. Unless they are killed they may become active again when the garments are removed from storage. fit Marvel" TROUSER GREASERS Shapes, Smooths and Creases Wash Pants. 'While They Dry. Rites Held for Woden Seaman Woden—Memorial services fo Hans H. Gerdes, S/lc,, were held at the Fritz T. Gerdes residenc Wednesday afternoon with th Rev. H. J. Knoploh officiating. Hans Heinrich Gerdes was born at Woden Oct. 29, 1919. He entered the navy on Oct. 30, 1940, at San Diego, Cal., where he received his basic training and went overseas in February, 1941. On March 1, 1942, his ship, the destroyer Pope, was destroyed by enemy action and Hans was taken prisoner by the Japanese. He died in a prison cnmp on the Celebes islands on March 28, 1945, and was buried in the'Makassar cemetery. Surviving are his parents and 4 sisters: Mrs. Ted Bode of Ceylon, Minn., Mrs. Joe McGurk of Britt, Betty and Barbara at home, and 4 brothers: Johnny, Freddie, Henry and Ernest, all of Woden. HEARING AIDS $25.00 to $150.00 Batteries All Kinds DR. J. H. UPPER, Opt. 28 First St. 8. E. Ifs BERLOU wnttett GUARANTEE! RADIO SERVICE 16 First St. S. E. Phone 1079 FIVE SIZES TO FIT THE WHOLE FAMILY! A wonderful time and work saver for wash pants, slacks, denims, work clothes, etc. So simple and easy to use you'll want them for the whole family. Comes in five sizes, tots to six-footers. Made of extra ^ $• heavy steel, rusV resistant. . . • pair l,29 Standard Greasers, 3 pair for $1.19 One spraying with BERLOU Mothproof protects clothing, furs, blankets, rugs, furniture for 5 years, or BERLOU pays for the damage. BERLOU gives sure, low-cost moth- protection . . .only 25 cents per year for. fur coat! Not af- ffccted by dry-cleaning. Van Hess [B 20 East State Phone 17 CURRIE- VAN NESS CO. 20 East State Phone 17 nrni /\|| 5-Veor Guaranteed DCKLUU MOTHPROOF Aged HayfieSd Resident Dies Mrs.T. R. Blank Lived 55 Years in Village Ilayfield — Funeral services for Mrs. Thomas R. Blank, 85, for 55 years a resident of this village, will be held at 2 p .m. Saturday at the Methodist church, the Rev. G. J. Hjelmaas officiating. She died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. S. Rikkc, after an illness of several months. Mrs. Blank was the last charter member of the Methodist church which was organized more than 50 years ago. Mrs. Blank's husband died m 1934, several weeks after celebrating their golden wedding anniversary. The family came dirct j to Hayfickl from Germany in 1893 and lived there since. 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