Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 9, 1948
Page 17
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Soland Quamme .Wedding is Held Decorah — At the Glenwood Lutheran church, Miss June Kvamme, daughter of Mr. and , Mrs. Orlando Kvamme, became the bride of Robert B. Soland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Embert G. Soland, June 27, the Rev. Alfred Bredesen officiating. Mfss Esther Nesset, organist, ac- 1 companied Robert Reed who sang. The bride was given in marriage by her lather. Her attendants were Mrs. Robert Reed, matron of honor, and the Misses Virginia Kirkeby and Grace Sivesind. Shirley Jean Rovang and Carrie Lou Reed were flower girls. Raymond Kvamme was best man; Norman and Donald Soland, Vernon Rovang and Ernest Soland were ushers. The ceremony was followed by a reception for 100 guests in the Glenwood auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Soland left for northern Minnesota where they spent 2 weeks. They are now at home at Jesup. The bride served as stenographer for the Amundsen publishing company. The bride groom attended Luther college, was in service 34 years, and is now employed as Lineman and electrician by the Jesup telephone company. THRIFTY-FIXERS 4-H CLUB HOLDS MEETING Thrifty-Fixers 4-H club met at the home of Ardyth Otto to make plans for the Farm Bureau program on July 17 at Portland. Camp at Clear Lake was also discussed. Mrs. Earl Dean and Mrs. Leo Oswald assisted the girls in their sewing projects. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be in August. SOCIETY NEWS J- -'I I STELLA MALAKTARIS HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Stella Malaktaris, who will be married July 25 to Bill Rickoff, was honored at a miscellaneous shower given in the garden of the O. G. Butler home, 1112 Jefferson N. W., by Mrs. Butler, Mrs. George Rickoff, Miss Ann Rickoff and Miss Demetra Pref takes, Wednesday evening. There were 30 guests and court whist was played, prizes going to Miss Anna Pathoulas and Miss Mary Laros. A corsage and other gifts were presented to the honoree. Special guests were the mothers of the bride and bridegroom -to-be and the bride-to-be's Rainbow mother, Mrs. Marion Kittleson. Taste the ice cream with a delightful difference...Lady Borden Y OU'M. notice how different Lady Borden Ice Cream it at the very first taste. How smooth, thick and rich you'll find the golden cream! How you'll glory in the ripe, dewy-fresh fruits and berries. And you'll thrill to the delicious flavors. Lady Borden is everything you want in fine food . . . everything you expect from America's most ekillful ice cream makers. Don't put off your firrt meeting with Laely Bortlcn. At your Bortleu deaJerV Corned to yon frttJi at it'i fro- men, ready lo dip out of it» di»- tinctire, Burguniip colored package. \ FIT FOR A GOLDEN SPOON VALUES LEAD! Why Pay More! Deep Freeze" WHITE SKETCHED FROM STOCK Sharkskin Sunback with a touch of Clan Plaid for Summer Charm Sixes 9 to 15 WITH BOLERO 3 South Federal FINE QUALITY ALL PERFECT NYLONS 15 DENIER, 51 GAUGE 1.95 Value about 5 minutes. Turn heat low and add green pepper. While onion and pepper are cooking wash zucchini squash well and pare skin partially off, in vertical striped effect. Slice thinly into skillet and mix well with onion and green pepper. Peel tomatoes, having removed stem, cut in half and slice into skillet, cutting each half into quarter or sixth wedges. Add salt, pepper, basil and allspice; mix well to distribute seasonings over vegetables and coyer skillet tightly. Increase heat slightly and cook for 5 to 10 minutes, stirring a few times, until squash is just tender. Serve immediately with pan liquor. 4 servings. A hog requires about 70 gallons of water, plus feed, to produce 100 pounds of pork. Major Ordered to Report in Germany Decorah—Following a tour of duty at Fort Benning, Ga., during the past year or more, Maj. Ray M. Lee of the United States army has been ordered to report for duty in Germany. Accompanied by Mrs. Lee and their daughter, Linda Louise, he arrived in Decorah last week and is visiting his mother, Mrs. Adolph R. Lee. They will also visit Mrs. Lee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bohlig, in St. Paul, Minn. They will sail for Germany on Aug. 23. INJURED IN FALL Aha Vista—Ory Phippen broke a small bone just below the knee when he stepped off the back July 8, 1948 13 Mason City Globe-GfcxeCte, Maian City, I». porch. He also injured his hip slightly. The mimosa belongs to the pea family and there are about 300 species, trees, shrubs and herbs. They are native to the warmer * and more arid regions of America, Africa and Asia. Gerard Photo WEDS AT MANLY — Barbara Deninger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Deninger, Manly, and Wardie Wendt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wendt, Manly, were married Saturday morning at Sacred Heart church at Manly. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Leo Dergo at 8:30 in the presence of friends and relatives and was followed by the nuptial mass. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Joan Deninger attended her sister. The bridegroom's attendant was Donald Monahan. The acolytes were the bride's brother, Jerry Deninger, and Hans Peter Hanscn. Nuptial music was played by Cresence Sobolik who also accompanied the soloist, Barbara Ann Hansen. A wedding breakfast was served al the home of her parents following the service. Mr. and Mrs. Wendt left for a wedding trip afler which they will be at home at Oclwein, where Mr. Wendt is employed as circulation representative for the Cedar Rapids Gazette. Mrs. Wendt has been secretary to Glenn Pogeler, manager of the soybean plant, since her graduation from the Manly high school. elping the omema ke r By Cecily Brownstone VEGETABLE MIX Sauteed Fish Fillets with Lemon Wedges Fluffy Mashed Potatoes Panned Zucchini Squash, Tomatoes and Onions Bread and Butter Floating Island Beverage Panned Zucchini Squash, Tomatoes and Onions 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 cup (2 small) thinly sliced onions ^ cup thin strips green pepper 1 pound zucchini squash 2 small (i- pound) tomatoes 1 teaspoon salt 4 teaspoon sugar A teaspoon black pepper 1 t Cka crinrir* H i~i oH V\--icjl w .. w**...^ V..X* . » 1.1.4N-V* Ub%^.. 1/16 teaspoon ground allspice Melt butter or margarine in heavy 10-inch skillet over medium heat: add onions and cook, stirring frequently, until partly tender and slightly yellowed, 2437 SIZES 10 Keep cool OH hot days in this smart shoulder-strapped dress ... cover up for street scenes in its matching bolero. 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