Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 5, 1948 · Page 6
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fOLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Personal. To the Democrats of the 1st District: Monday, June'7th is Primary Election Day and we have an able and efficient man running for County Supervisor in the First District. His name is Edw. O'Donnell, prominent and respected citizen of the district. His successful farming and other activities have demonstrated his abilty to serve in an able and satisfactory manner. Your active support in Edw. O'Donnell's behalf will be greatly appreciated. REMEMBER TO VOTE MONDAY, JUNE 7th Let's put the best man — Edw. O'Donnell—as the party's choice. Vote June 7th for Edw. O'Donnell For Supervisor This Ad Paid For by Friends of Edw. O'Donnell H elping the' omemaker By CECILY BROWNSTONE TRY MUFFINS Liver Loaf Baked Potatoes With Parsley and Paprika Buttered Chopped Spinach Orange Raisin Muffins Beverage ORANGE RAISIN. MUFFINS 2 cups sifted enriched all-purpose flour f teaspoon baking soda i teaspoon salt * i cup sugar 1 teaspoon grated orange rind i cup raitins 1 egg, well beaten J cup buttermilk _| i cup orange juice i cup shortening, melted Mix and sift dry ingredients; mix in orange rind and raisins. Beat egg until thick and pale- colored; add buttermilk arid orange juice and stir well. Add to dry ingredients along with shortening (slightly cooled) and stir only enough to moisten dry ingredients. Mixture will look lumpy. Fill greased muffin pans two-thirds full and bake in a hot (425 F.) oven about 20 minutes or until done. During World war I, Nebraska furnished the walnut for more than one-half the gunstocks for the rifles manufactured and used in the war. -/- SOCIETY NEWS Lucy Langreck Becomes Bride West Union—Miss Lucy Langreck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Langreck, and John McNamara, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McNamara, Oelwein, were married June 2, in St. Luke's Catholic church, at St. Lucas, by the Rev. F. L. Schuh. Miss Lorraine Bodensteiner, at the organ, played the wedding marches. The choir, under the direction of Mrs. Arnold Huink^er, sang the mass. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Miss Colette Langreck as maid of honor, the Misses Delores Langreck, Helen Blong and Frieda Bodensteiner as bridesmaids. Attending the bridegroom were Herb Kuennen, Paul Ford, Bob Frost and Bill Hogan. They will live at Oelwein, where the bridegroom is employed with the Carnation company. RUFFRIDGE-ANDERSON Decorah — Miss Neoma Marie Anderson and Norman Ruffridge were married May 30 at the Little Brown church near Nashua. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Anderson, has been a teacher in rural schools. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruffridge and is employed at the V. F. W. clubrooms. —o— MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES . Cresco—Marriage licenses have been issued to Wyman Mathew Steffen and Mary Kathleen White, legal, Spencer; Dave Lehman, 35, and Erma Smith, 29. Minneapolis; Leonard Dostart, 22, and Lois Marie Marr, 20, Riceville; Martin Vagts, '21, and Dorothy Gardner, 17. Cresco. —o— Camels can drink 12 or 15 gallons of water in half an hour. VENETIAN BLINDS Will Beautify Your y ( Home or Office Your Choice of • 4 GRADES of BLINDS. • 10 COLORS of SLATS with MATCHING TAPES. • SOMETHING NEW IN DRAPERY BRACKETS. We will gladly 'measure your windows and make FREE ESTIMATES ... NO OBLIGATION. • ASK ABOUT OUR LAUNDRY AND REPAIR SERVICE • VENETIAN BLIND MFG. & SHADE CO. Visit Us or PbuDe 64 719 North Commercial yois will go RED OR BROWN 9.95 BLACK OR BROWN, 9.95 BROWN 8.95 WHERE THE C/&OCI, ' "We Close Every Night at Five-thirty" COME FROM If NORA SPRINGS BRIDE — In St. John's Lutheran church Miss Sherlee Sutton, daughter of Mrs. M. C. Sutton of Nora Springs, was married to Wesley Mndsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Madsen of Charles City. The Rev. Walter Fritschel officiated at the double ring ceremony May 29. Hnrold Frederich sang with Miss Darlene Larson accompanying. Miss Joyce Sutton, twin sister of the bride, acted as maid of honor and Merle Madsen was best man for his brother. Hay Sutton of Mason City gave his sister in marriage. The ushers were Dan Hartwell and Stanley Bigclow. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for about 150 guests. After a wedding trip they will make their temporary home at Charles City. The bride was graduated from Nora Springs high school and is employed in .the offices of Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories. The bridegroom was graduated from Charles City high school. He served with the llth Airborne division in Japan. He is employed at the Oliver Corporation in Charles City. SEVERSON-VAN KAMEN Lake Mills—Ruth Van Kamen daughter o\ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Va: Kamen, formerly of Lake Mills became the bride of Donald Sev erson, son of Mrs. Gertie Sever son of Scarville, at the Asbur; Methodist church May 29. Th Rev. Erling Falck performed th double ring ceremony. The bride' attendant was Clarice Shawhan of Lake Mills; She bestmnn, Royden Severson of Scarville. A reception for relatives was held in the church parlors following the wedding. The Dride is a graduate of Lake Mills high school. Gulick-Hartwig vVedding Is Held Hampton—Miss Minnie Hartwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse lartwig, became the bride of Gorman R. Gulick, son of Mr. and Mtrs. Jay D. Gulick of Hampton, May 28 in the Methodist church with the Rev. W. G. Rauley offic- 'ating. They were attended by Miles 3ulick, brother of the bridegroom, and Ilene Carrothers. Mrs. Guiick is employed at the [owa Public Service Co., and Mrs ulick at the Club cafe. They will make their home at Hampton. —o— GUESTS AT CRESCO Cresco — Mr. and Mrs. Craig Queel of New London, Conn., are visiting his grandmother, Mrs Mary Queel. Queel is a chief motor machinist mate in the navy, serving his 7th year. During World war II he was on submarine dutj in the Pacific during most of the war. He expects to be tranx'ferrqc from New London to Panama. ANNOUNCES MASSES Charles City—Starting Sunday, masses at the Immaculate Concep- idn Catholic church will be at 7, 3:30 and 10 a. m., the Rt. Rev. VIsgr. T. J. Rooney, pastor, announced Thursday. First Friday masses in honor of the Sacred leart and first Saturday mass in lonor of Our Lady of Fatima will at 7 and 8 a. m. Confessions for ;>oth days are to be held Thursday it the regular hours according to .he pastor. WINS AWARD Calmar—Laverne Massrnan wa awarded the annual De Kalb award for outstanding achieve ment in the senior class o£ voca tional agriculture. 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