Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 8, 1948 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1948
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+ SOCIETY NEWS Ma»*a cttr Gi»fc«-Gn»tu. M»••» ciiy, i». Jnn« S9, 194S TO WED IN JULY—Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jones of Manly announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Darlene Ann, and Donald LeRoy Kenison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kenison of Kensett. The date for the wedding has been set for July 7. Church in Vale Wedding Scene West Union—In a double ring wedding ceremony performed Wednesday in the Little Brown church near Nashua, Ray Herwig, Jr., son of Ray M. Herwig, and Miss Adeline Martwig, daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Martwig, Strawberry Point, were married by the Rev. F. L. Hanscom. Nuptial selections were played by Mrs. Hanscom. The bride was attended by Miss Shirley Herwig, Wadena, sister of the bridegroom. The bride's brother, Oscar Martwig, Strawberry Point, was bestman. A dinner for the bridal party was served at the Frontier club at Charles City. After a brief wedding trip, the couple will be at home at Wadena. The bride, a graduate of Strawberry Point high school in 1944, has been employed in the office of the Press-Journal there. Mr. Herwig, who was graduated from Wadena high school, served with the medical corps in the navy in the states and overseas for 4 years. He is associated with his father in a locker plant at Wadena. Double Wedding at Cedar Falls Stacyville—Two brothers, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mauer of Stacyville were married June 19, ' when Othmar Mauer and Ardis Anderson of Waterloo and Arthur Mauer and Blanche Robran of Waseca, Minn., exchanged vows at St. Patrick's church at Cedar Falls, with the Rev. Stephen Mauer officiating .at the double ring ceremony. A reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents at Stacyville for (50 guests. They'will be at home in Waterloo after July where all have been employed the past year. TRINITY L. D. R. CONDUCTS MEETING Trinity L. D. R. met at the church for a program which was ,, opened with a hymn and devotions led by Miss Helen Gulbranson. Miss Ruth Graper led a study of outstanding hymns and Miss Marjorie Kovey was soloist. During the business session, plans . were made for a picnic July 14 at East park. Miss Lois Westwood, president, talked on the L. D. R. convention. Lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs. Marvin Lauen. —Lock Photo WEDDING DATE SET — Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brennan of Manly announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Joan Alberta, 112 Taylor S. W., to Robert A. Molsberry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Molsberry of Grafton The wedding will be July 31 at the Sacred Heart church in Manly. H eiping th omema ke r By CECILY BROWNSTONE BRIDGE LUNCHEON Chilled Vichysoisse Toasted Bread Sticks Tomato Surprise Salad* Hard Rolls and Butter Fresh Peach Cobbler with Hard Sauce Beverage Tomato Surprise Salad 4 medium-sized firm tomatoes (a little over one pound) ,\ cup finely diced cooked ham I cup finely diced cucumber 3 cup finely diced celery Mayonnaise or cooked salad dressing Salt, to taste Dash of freshly ground pepper Salad greens such as lettuce, escarole, chicory, endive or watercress 4 sprays parsley Peel tomatoes before stuffing with filling. To do so hold tomato under cold running water; stick a long-handled 2-tined fork into the stem end and hold over gas flame, turning from side to side so entire tomato touches flame, until skin begins to crackle and burst. Cool under running water. With a small sharp knife cnt a cone-shaped wedge out of stem end to remove stem. Peel off skin. Continue to scoop out the inside of each tomato. Chop the pulp removed and mix it (but not the juice) with the ham, cucumber and celery. Add mayonnaise or salad dressing, salt and pepper to taste and mix well. Put some of the filling in each tomato and chill in refrigerator. When ready to serve arrange on salad greens. Put about half a teaspoon of mayonnaise or salad dressing on top of each tomato and garnish each with a sprig ot! pars- Icy from which the stems have been cut. Four servings. —o— MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT CLARION Clarion—Marriage licenses have been issued the past week to Evan D. Benton, 21, Eagle Grove, and Shirley A. Russell, 19, Eagle Grove; Eldred Louis Schutt, 20, Clarion, and Beverly Jane Lester, 19, Clarion: Frank Vitale, 33, Brookfield, 111., and Lauretta M. Anderson, 33, Dows; George H. Cole, 25, Minneapolis, and Doris E Derscheid, 25, Eagle Grove; Stuart Nean Sanders, 19, Eagle Grove, and Darlene Joan Mellgren, 20, Eagle Grove. —Photo by Elder STUDENTS MARRY — Juliana Sicker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Sieker of Sheboygan, Wis., and Kenneth L. Osbring, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Osbrink, were married June 19 at Hope Reformed church, Sheboygan by the Rev. A. G. Van Zante, assisted by the Rev. Wiley Young. Organ music was played by Ed Irey of Louisville, Ky., violin by Mrs. Irey and Roy Syrstad of Chicago was vocalist. The bride who was given in marriage by her father, was attended by her cousin, Jane Vas- selas, maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Nancy Roberts, Dorothy Bruggink and Mrs. Richard E. Gerig of Wheaton college. Mary Ellen Olson, cousin of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid. The flower girl was Ruth Ann Hutchinson. Richard E. Gerig of Wheaton attended the bridegroom .as best man, Don Vasselas of Sheboygan and John Hall ot Wheaton were ushers. Eugene Pearson of Des Moines, cousin of the bridegroom, was ring bearer. A reception was held in the church parlors. After a 10 days trip in northern Wisconsin the couple will return to Wheaton where both are students at the college. Mrs. Osbrink is a graduate of Sheyboygan high school and is majoring in home economics. Mr. Osbrink is a graduate of the Forest City high school, served with the navy 3 • years and is majoring in music at Wheaton college. He is assistant band director and president of the chapel choir. Carter Photo— WEDDING ANNOUNCED— Lorraine Maxine Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Robinson, Forest City became the bride of Palmer Truman Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Olson, June 20 at Grant Lutheran church. The Rev. Phillip Hanson, assisted by Dr. John Davis, • the bride's uncle of Russel, read the double ring service. Jean Ingebretson played a prelude of music and sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, had Gladys Johnson as maid of honor. Maxine Christiansen of Alden. Minn, and Judy Peterson of Albert Lea were bridesmaids. Carl Olson atended his brother as best man and Merle Robinson, brother of the bride, Kenneth Robinson and Devvey Peterson of Lake Mills were ushers. Junior Robinson was ring bearer and Carolyn Gjerde of Ringstad was flower girl. A reception for 150 relatives and friends was held in the church parlors. After a trip to Minnesota they will be at home north of Forest City. The bride is a graduate of the Thompson high school. The bridegroom attended school near Forest City and is in the garage business with his father. AT BATONS .... ANOTHER GREAT VALUE.... JUST WHEN YOU WANT / IT! Carol Enderson Weds C. Jensen HERE and THERE Kanawha —Mrs. Esther Sever son and children of Webster City have moved to Kanawha and wil live with the former's father, Car Mulholland. Kanawha — Elmer Morris, A Williamson, Gene Buchanan Frank Maynard and son, Ray spent a few days at Mankato Minn. - SYNTH E 170 MARINE ENAMEL. **^___ J ^—* ENAMEL FORTOUGHJOBS Fine enough for ships ... ideal for your home ... try it on your next TOUGH job. Crystal Lake — The Methodist church was the scene of the wedding of Carol Jean Enderson of Denver, Colo., daughter of the late Emery Enderson, and Curtis L. Jensen of Boulder, Colo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Crystal Lake, June 25. The Rev. C. H. Petterson of Forest City read the double ring ceremony assisted by the Rev. Gerhard Hjelmaas. Miss Thora Boman of Forest City played nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Donald Nelson of Clear Lake, who sang. The bride entered with her uncle, Cliff Stewart. Mrs. Keith Cottington, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Eugene Wright of San Fernando, sister of the bride, Mrs. Bill Nelson of Mason City, cousin'of the bride. Flower girls were the bridegroom's sister, Jackie Jensen, and the bride's cousin, Merry Benson of Forest City. Vernon Jensen of Buckeye, was his brother's best man. Other atendents were the bridegroom's brother, Glen Jensen of Ames, and Donald Denman of Des Moines, Keith Cottington and Richard Rose of Iowa Falls. The bride is a graduate of the Forest City high school and Electronic Radio and Television school in Omaha. For the last 3 years she has been a communications operator lor United Airlines at Denver. Colo. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Crystal Lake high school. He was in the armed forces as a co-pilot on a transport plane with the rank of first lieutenant. He owns and operates an auto court at Boulder, Colo., and attends the University at Boulder during the school months. Following the wedding a reception was held in the church parlors for about 125 guests. After a two weeks wedding trip to Lake Louise, Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Jensen will be at home at Boulder, Colo. —o— PURE SYNTHETIC RESIN A brilliant array of fascinating colors designed fox use on any surface, anywhere, anytime. R.S.WEBER CARPET COMPANY 209 N. Federal Phone 931 I THIS COUPON WORTH 25c , I toward purchase on any sire can of MARINE ENAMEL, i THE BEST PAINT you ever used. ' I 1/4 Pints 42c Vz Pints 65c I | Pints $1.10 Quarts .... $1.95 i Try a Small Size Can—20 Colors to Select From. . PRESENT TO WEBER CARPET CO. ANDERS-STANERSON S\vea City—Announcement 5s made of the marriage of Lavon Stanerson, Dolliver, and Robert Anders, Radcliffe, at the bride's home. Miss Stanerson taught the Burt Lake school here 6 years ago, before completing her second year at Waldorf college, Forest City. She taught at Radcliffe and for the past 5 years in Jefferson grade school in Spencer. Mr. Anders is a graduate of the Radcliffe high school and was employed as a mechanic there previous to entering the navy, from which he was recently discharged. Rebuked Oxford, Miss., (U.R)—There was reason for the movie audience to laugh even if it wasn't a comedy. The movie had started depicting a pretty girl lighting a cigaret. At that moment the movie operator remembered to flash the slide on the screen saying—"Please, no smoking." Wesley—Jean Chamberlin, a student in Omaha, Nebr., is spending a week's vacation at the parental Irvin Chamberlin home. Wesley—Mary Lee Erdman, secretary in the air technical command, Wright Field, Dayton. Ohio, is expected home Saturday for a 2 weeks' vacation. Osage — Mrs. Frank Pint submitted to major surgery at Mercy hospital. Mason City, having her right arm removed directly above the elbow following an infection. St. Ansjrar—Mrs. C. F. Braaten of Northfield, Minn., is visiting her friend, Miss Blanche Thorson. Mr. and Mrs. Braaten have spent 3 terms as missionarys at Madigas- car, off the coast of Africa. They will return for a 4th term when their li year furlough expires. SpillviUe—Clarence Frana, student at the Seminary in Washington, D. C., spent the past week at the home of his sister, Mrs. Jerome Phillips, and family. Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Waterloo are staying with relatives, the Clenv Smiths, while having a modern home built in East Waucoma. Popejoy — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copp, Beverly and James Copp, of Eagle Grove, visited the former's aged mother, Mrs. Mnrgarcl Wnr- ner, and the A. H. Conner family, recent lv. Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Lesler Larson returned recently from a 3,500-mile trip through 11 eastern states. They were delegates to the national convention of Evangelical Free churches which met in Boston, Mass. Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. Johnston and daughter, Heather, of Kansas City, are here for a vacation with the Hodson family, Mi's. Johnston's kinfolk. Wesley — Mrs. L. L. Lease and Mrs. Joe Hauptman were brought to their homes Sunday following major surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Corvvith—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Singles and 2 children of Denver, CoL, c?me for a visit with Mr. Riggles' father, Jake Higgles, and other brothers. Due to the eveness of their temperature, peat beds in Ireland are used as natural refrigerators ior butter and other perishables. Aredaie—Mrs. Donald Bcal and daughters of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell of Clear Lake visited in the Herman Voss home recently. Dougherty — Mr. and Mrs. Art Ryan of Ransom, 111., visited relatives here. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Catherine Conners and her mother. Mrs. Mary Reed, who will spend a few davs in Til. Rudd — Daughters were born June 26 at the Cedar Valley hospital at Charles City to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stalker and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Novak. Ackley — The Rev. and E. E. Bayse, who attended the annual conference of the Methodist church at Mt. 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