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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, July 10, 1948
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National B. P..W. Federation Concluding Convention —Lock Photo MARRIED AT MANLY—Darlene Ann Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jones of Manly, and Donald LeRoy Kenison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kenison of Kensett were married at Bethel Evangelical U. B. churchi, July 7, in a double ring ceremony, with the Rev. Carl Frankhauser officiating. Given In marriage by her father, the bride had Joanne Cover of Cedar Rapids, as bridesmaid. David Ford of Manly served as best man. Jackilyn Carlsen of Kensett sang with Maxine Anderson playing the nuptial music. Lyman McCullan and Phillip Erdman ushered. A reception was held, following the wedding, at the church dining room, where 80 were present. The couple left by auto for a short wedding trip. The bride was graduated from the Manly high school this spring where she received the citizenship award. The bridegroom was graduated from Kensett high school where he was honorary captain of boys basketball. The couple will live at Bo- Ian as soon as their new house is completed, where the bridegroom is employed in the Art White store. Darlene lonne Rodberg Is Bride of Gerald Mickelson Farewell to Pastor Charles City — Members of the Central Methodist church will meet in the church parlors at 8 p. m., Friday, for a farewell reception for the Rev. and Mrs. C. D. James. ELECTROLUX CLEANERS AND AIR PURIFIERS Often imitated but never equaled 69 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. Gerald Melloyd* Mickelson are at home at Rochester, Minn., after a short wedding trip. Their marriage took place at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Nellie Rodberg, 1135 2nd S. W., June 27. The Rev. Lloyd Young, pastor of the Alliance tabernacle, officiated at 3 o'clock in the afternoon in a setting of candelabra and baskets of garden flowers. • Miss Maybelle Adelsman played nuptial music and the wedding march. Mrs. William Carr sang "I Love Thee" by Grieg and "The Lord's Prayer" by Malotte. Miss Gwendolyn Dueland of Joyce and Ronald Bear, Luther college friends of the couple, were the attendants. The bride wore a street length dress of white sharkskin and a corsage of pink rosebuds. A reception followed the ceremony, the wedding cake and white candles decorating the table. Miss Marchetta Rodberg, sister of the bride, poured. Mrs. Samuel Schwartz and Mrs. Glenn Hamlin, aunts of the bride, had charge of the serving. The bride who was Darlene Donne Rodberg is a graduate of Mason City high school and attended Lutheran college, Decorah, and was a member of the Nordic Cathedral choir. Mr. Michelson is a graduate of Albert Lea high school and Luther college. He is employed at Rochester. Joint Installing Ceremony Planned Joint installation of officers was announced for July 22 at the meeting of the Ladies Encampment auxiliary in the I. O. O. F. parlors Thursday evening with Mrs. O. F. Repp, chief matriarch, presiding. The district deputy grand matriarch, Florence Brooking, and the district deputy grand patriarch, Cal Sears, and their staffs will be in charge of the ceremonies. The auditing committee report was given by Mrs. G. G. Weida. It was announced that the losers in the contest will entertain the winners on Aug. 12. Mmes. Nellie Ulrich and O. C. Gundlach were honored with the birthday song. —o— P. O. CLERKS AUXILIARY CONDUCTS MEETING Post Office Clerks auxiliary met with Mrs. Earle Sheka, 613 Delaware N. E., Thursday evening. Mrs. E. F. Dihlmann, president, conducted the business session. There were 13 members present and a social hour followed. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Gerald Angell. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Richard Krieger. Slices of cooked frankfurters are a flavorful addition to a potato salad on which mayonnaise is used. to j-^tan Ljour vUeaalna Get This Booklet Free at d 6 No Obligation —Russell Photo MRS. GERALD MICKELSON H e the k ping omema Ker By Cecily Brownstone GUESTS FOR LUNCH Tomato Juice Cocktail Cheese Puffs Broccoli with Hollandaise Sauce on Sliced Ham Yeast Rolls with Butter 'Fresh Fruit Compote Frosted Cake Squares Beverage Cheese Puffs 4 cup butter or margarine 1 egg, separated i pound soft yellow cheese, grated •J- teaspoon salt i teaspoon dry mustard J teaspoon paprika £ cup mayonnaise- or mayonnaise-type salad dressing Twelve IJ-inch cubes white bread, trimmed or crusts. Cream butter or margarine; add egg yolk whch has been beaten well, and mix thoroughly. Add cheese, salt, mustard, paprika and mayonnaise or mayonnaise-type salad -dressing to mixture. Beat egg white until it will hold a soft peak and add; blend in. Spread on 5 sides of each bread cube. Place on a cookie sheet and bake in a moderate (350 F.) oven for about 15 minutes, until lightly browned and set. —o— Melvin Andersons Have Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S. Anderson, 116 7th S. E., were honored at an open house in honor of their silver wedding anniversary, when all their children gathered for the occasion. The children include Caren, Barbara and Betty Jean, at home; Mr. and Mrs. Wilford D. Anderson and daughter, Cheryl, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. George L. Anderson, Clear Lake. Guests were present from Spooner, Wis., Garner, Forest City, Leland, Belmond, Alexander, Chicago, Kensett, Charles City, Cedar Falls and Mason City. Flowers and gifts were presented to the couple and refreshments were served. —o— Sliced fresh apricots combined with celery and nutmeats make a delightful summer salad. Serve on shredded salad greens and garnish with mayonnaise. Dinner Held by Mason City Club at Lake Members of the Mason City Business and Professional Women's club met for dinner Thursday evening at P. M. park, Clear Lake. The evening was spent informally. Meanwhile the club's president, Mrs. Harry Vick, Mrs. Charlotte Lookingland, Mrs. J. E. Osborne and Mrs. Ward Hamilton are in Fort Worth, Texas, where the biennial convention of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs is in session. Delegates to the convention started voting Friday on new officers, as preparations were made to finish the week-long meetings by nightfall. Polls for the election of national federation officers were opened Friday morning, and balloting on 10 voting machines was to continue until late in the day. Meanwhile, the convention tackled some unfinished business remaining on the slate from Thursday. Support of the federation's 1946 stand in Cleveland was again adopted in backing qualified women for political posts. However, the proposition caused long debate and discussion, and the vote to support it was by the close margin of 364 to 340. The convention also adopted a $276,250 budget, which compared with $239,000 for the previous period. * New Look Comes to Uniforms Worn by Girls of 4-H Clubs -fr-O BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ryan oJ Washington, D. C., formerly ol Mason City, have been transferred to Springfield, 111. Mrs. Ryan is with the FBI and Mr. Ryan with Internal Revenue. Mrs. Ryan wil! attend the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of her parents at Kensett Saturday and enroute back to Springfield will visit Mr and Mrs. James Lower in Des Moines. Ames — Marilyn Rosene, 4-H* club girl of Madrid, was the envy of all her 4-H sisterhood, here, Friday as she modeled for the first ime, the new uniform which Io\va lub girls will be»wearing in com- ng years. The surprise showing of the rim-looking blue-green outfit ook place Friday afternoon in the closing session of the 19th annual H girls' convention at Iowa tate college. Club girls and leaders alike, took one look, and heartily approved the restyled appearance of their traditional uni- orm. Made of slub broadcloth, a food-looking but easy-to-care-for material, the uniform is a one- piece garment with short, perky sleeves, a middy collar trimmed with 2 rows of white braid, a white :ie and a neat, little belt. A slide 'astener, in front, but carefully concealed, makes the garment easy ;o don. "The uniform is designed for year around wear," Miss Esther Whetstone, state leader for 4-H girls, explained. "We wished to create a uniform which would carry out the traditional appearance that has made the deep blue uniform universally recognized throughout the state. At the same time, we wanted a garment designed in keeping with today's styles." No ready-made uniforms will be available for the 20,000 club girls of the state. It will be a case of young seamstresses making their own uniforms. But, within the next few months, the blue-green broadcloth material will be available and patterns of the uniform will be on the market. As for socks and shoes to match the "new look" uniform, the decision has been white socks and white saddle or similarly styled sport shoes. Clothing specialists of the college and state leaders did the entire job of designing and creating the outfit. Capt. and Mrs. R. W. Carraher of Camp Hood, Texas, and Mr and Mrs. C. R. Hamilton of Algona spent Thursday with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Mahaffey, 315 6th S. E July 9, 1948 3 Ma«on City GUt«-G»»*U«, MUM City, I*. MARILYN ROSENE Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holmquis and Donean of Chicago are spending their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Holmquist, 722 Harrison N. W., and Mr and Mrs. Stanley Veit, 630 Connecticut S. E. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Harpster, 824 3rd S. W., have received word of the birth of a 6 pound 10 ounce grandson on July 7 at Los Angeles. The baby who has been named Thomas Craig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harpster. Mrs. Laura Grievish and daughter, Mrs. Ruth Jones, have left for their home in New Orleans. They came to attend the Zultner-Dunk- elberg wedding. Miss Evelyn Oliver, 16 Adams N. W. has left on a vacation trip to Colorado and other points in the west. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT OSAGE Osage—Marriage licenses have been issued to Raymond Oberhauser, Independence, and Rita Mormann, Osage; Mildred Rose Weber, Little Cedar, and James Francis Rogers, Osage; William K. Stout, Little Cedar, and Florence L. Weber, Little Cedar. If you are serving chilled cream of chicken or mushroom soup be sure to garnish each bowl with a bright vegetable; use very thin slices of radish, thin cucumber strips, chopped green pepper or parsley, coarsely grated carrot. ATHENIAN CLUB MEETS FOR PICNIC Athenian club members had their annual summer picnic at Clear Lake Thursday at the cottage of Mrs. W. B. Casey. Hostesses were Mrs. Casey. Mrs. Clyde Deyoe, Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick and Mrs. W. B. McGrane. Cards were played during the afternoon, with prizes going to Mrs. E. A. Spahn and Mrs. Tim Phalen. Off to Cenvention Garner—Ivlrs. W. G. Williams, daughter, Barbara Anne, and Miss Joyce Strcu of Green Bay, Wis., eft Wednesday morning for Pasadena, Cal., where Mrs. Williams vill attend the national conven- ion of the Catholic Daughters of America. Mrs. Florence Goss o£ awler is accompanying Mrs. Williams also. They intend to be 'one about 2 weeks. Mrs. Williams ind Mrs. Goss are 2 of the 10 of- icial delegates from Iowa to attend the convention. In buying a pork loin for a large 'amily have some chops cut off tor one meal, then roast the rest of the meat for another. SOUTHERN POTTERIES Beautiful New Under Glaze Patterns in Breakfast Sets Red and Green — Green and Yellow — Strawberry Pattern Red and Green. Service For 4 Starter Sets — Open Stock — $6.95, $8.70, $9.95, $10.50. Start Your Set Today While Stocks Are Complete. WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 Edit State Street Legion Golf Club Ladies Day Is Held Sixteen golfers took part in the ladies day activities at the Legion Golf club Thursday afternoon, with play beginning at 4, followed by dinner. Winners were Miss Martha Gunther, Mrs. Cecil McMonagle and Mrs. James VanHeel. Miss Vera Finley and Miss Doris LaGasse acted as hostesses for the day. Hostesses at next Thursday's ladies day will be Miss Nora Faktor and Mrs. Jack Sargent. —o— Former Resident of Manly Marries Manly — Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Mary Duncan of Burlington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan of Manly, and Gerald Stegall, Burlington, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Stegall, GalesOurg, 111., at Trinity Lutheran church at Burlington, June 27, with the Rev. L. Swan officiating at the double ring ceremony. Miss Phyllis Machholz served as bridesmaid, with George Stegall, brother of the bridegroom, as best- man. A reception followed for relatives and close friends. After a trip to St. Louis the couple will return to Burlington, The bride is employed at the C. A. A. airport. The bridegroom is in the employ of Burlington City Lines. Wesley Church Members Have Annual Picnic Members of the Wesley Methodist church held their annual picnic at East park Thursday evening honoring Dr. and Mrs. Paul Arnold Peterson, recently returned to Wesley for their 10th consecutive year. A potluck supper was served at 6:30, the W. S. C. S. providing dessert. L. E. Snell officially welcomed the Petersons back to their charge and presented them a gift from the congregation. They responded briefly. A social hour followed with games and stunts under the direction of Mrs. Marvin Peterson, general chairman for the picnic. Assisting Mrs. Peterson with arrangements were Mmes. A. M. Smith, Lamont Constable, Carl Anderson, H. C. Sprung, Dayle I Kretzinger, Ervin Fisher, Roy 1 Everist, Verne Mettler and L. Chlupach. __Q™ Our Saviour's Aid Has Meeting Our Saviour's Ladies aid met in the Victory room of the church with Mrs. Joe Factor, vice president, conducting the session. Mrs. Joel Dobbe led the Scripture and prayer. Mrs. C. N. Kittleson presented the topic, "Forgiveness," and Mrs. C. L. Kittleson and daughter, Arlene, gave a duet, accompanied by Mrs. Charles Lincicum. Bible study and discussion was led by Mrs. Elif Erickson. Mrs. Charles Lincicum served as pianist and Mrs. Randall Jones, Russell Photo MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED — Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hopley, near Clear Lake, announce the marriage of their daughter, Bonita E., to Clarence Christians, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Christians of Klemme, performed June 27 at the Hopley home, by the Rev. Harvet Walker. Ruth Ann Floy played nuptial music, Rose Marie Floy sang and Douglas Hopley brother of the bride, lighted the tapers. Miss Maxine Nicolet was maid of honor.and Eugene Grosbeck, bestman. Raymond Christians, brother of the bridegroom, was the usher and the bride's father gave her in marriage. A reception followed the ceremony with about 80 present. The couple left on a wedding trip and will be at home east of Klemme. The bride was graduated from the Thornton high school and the bridegroom has been farming with his father. hostess. —o— ROGERS-WEBER Osage — Mr. and Mrs. Isador Weber, Little Cedar, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mildred, to James F. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rogers, Osage. The marriage is to be July 17, at Visitation church, Stacyville. The bride-elect was graduated from the Osage high school and has been employed in a secretarial position for Mont- gomery Ward and Company, Mason City. Mr. Rogers was graduated from the Osage high school, served in the U. S. navy, and is now a welder at Mallory Manufacturing company, Chapin, where the couple will be at home. YOPUR TIME I/- OUR BOVINE// JULSONS WATCH a* CLOCK. FOR EXTRA BEAUTY AND LONGER WEARING HAVE YOUR RUGS CLEANED Regularly. Cleaning removes dirt and grit that can not be taken out by ordinary cleaning methods, and adds years of extra wear. Cleaning helps to restore original color brightness.' For scientific cleaning methods send your rugs to ... 2-Piece Dress 2285 SIZES 10-20 FREE...TREASURY OF FRUIT CANNING, FREEZING RECIPES 32-Page Book Gives A to Z Directions, Quality Tips, New Ways of Serving Whether you're an old hand at putting up fruit or just a beginner, don't fail to get the free 1948 edition of "Finer Canned and Frozen Fruits." Here you'll And— 1. An amazingly effective, amazingly easy way (just a simple syrup secret!) to finer color, flavor, texture than you'd ever dreamed of. It's been proved by thousands of enthusiastic women! 2. Canning and freezing directions for fruits and berries. 3. Recipes for pickles and relishes, chill sauce, marmalades and conserves. 4. Interesting new ways to serve fruits you freeze or can. HELEN HOLMES 12, r. O. 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