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August 14, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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H 'elping the omemaker By Cecily Brownstone . LUNCH MENU _ Peasant Vegetable Soiip French Bread "Stuffed Eggs and Sardines ./"'··':. on Salad Greens Jlekm Rings with Seedless Grapes · .Beverage PEASANT VEGSTABLE SOUP Ingredients:; 2 quarts boiling water,'8 bouillon cubes, 2 large carrot? (-scraped and diced), 2 cups dicec" : while turnips, 1 cup dicec celery^ 2 leeks (thinly sliced), one No. 2 can {about 2'/i cups) toma toes, 1 cup cooked or canned peas, salt and pepper (to taste), V4 cuj chopped parsley. Method: Dissolve bouillon cube, in boiling water. Add carrots, tur nips, celery, leeks and tomatoes simmer 1 hour. Add peas; cook 1 minutes longer. Season .with sal nd pepper. Stir in parsley. Makes servings. --o-Vows Exchanged at Charles City CHARLES 'CITY--Miss Beverly Sikenberry, daughter of Mr. and Urs.Ray Eikcnberry, Charles City, became the bride of Claire Heffron, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Warren Heffron, rural, Charles City, at the Central Methodist Church with the Rev. Howard C. Mercer officiating The bride was given in marriage by her father, and Bonnie Jorgen sen served as her bridesmaid. Rob ert Woohvorlh, was the bridegroom's attendant A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Heffron attended Charle. City High School. Mr. Heffron was graduated from the Floyd High School and is employed at the Oli ver Corporation planl here. Thej will make their home in Charlc; City. upon retiring moved to Mitchel. For the past four years, thcj nave. .lived .'in Carpenter near their . . . only son, Albert E. Miller, and fain Our Beauty School Training^ OFFERS YOU . . . . i! ' =1 ;i^i A COMPLETE MODERN COURSE that can mean a bright future as a well paid Beautician. Hair Stylist, Permanent Wave or' Hair Dye Technician, Manager, Ownor of- a Salon. Manufacturer's Representative or Cosmetician. PERSONAL INSTRUCTION . . . by a staff of highly qualified teachers, that will prepare you for all state requirements and a good position. Mm ^* ·» ---V --_\f~: i' - if MODERN EQUIPiMENT our school consists of Uvo, decorated floors furnished finest equipment which you to operate. ACTUAL PRACTICE . In shop methods plus ! management and ethics. pleasantly with the will learn i FOR 1'OUR PROFESSION LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE \ . . . A CAREER THAT WILL BRING YOU HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS. ' ' j Write, Phone or Come In for a Personal Interview, at No Obligation! FALL CLASSES B E G I N SEPT. 8-15-22 LaJames College of Beauty Culture 24 2nd St. N. E. Phone 974 Parties Held as .Farewe// to Clear mans Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clearman and children,'Michael and Marsha, who are moving soon to Houston, Texas, have been honored at a number of'farewell parties. Mr. Clearman. is returning this week from Houston where he has been since July 20 and liis family will accompany him back to make their new home at 37-19 Odin Court. He has been an employe at Decker and Sons Packing Plant for 16 years and has been transferred to Houston as superintendent- of the branch there. Mrs. Ciearman and the children are staying this week with their family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Snell, 1324 Rhode Island N. E., having sold their home at 805 15th place N. E. Mrs. Ted Lcaman, 654 14th N. E,, gave a breakfast at her home for Mrs. Clearman Wednesday, with Mrs. Frank Huzl and Mrs. Giis Weida assisting. There were 28 neighbors and friends attending and a gift was presented Mrs. Clearman. Mrs. J. E. Vcslerby entertained friends for Mrs. Clearman at a luncheon at her home, 417 Washington N. ,W.; Cards were played. Mrs. Clearman's Birthday Bridge Club met at Mrs. Billie Reed's home, 1227 Monroe N. W., in her honor. The Breakfast Club held a picnic or the Clearman family at Slate 'ark, Clear Lake, and the Shell mployes and friends gave a picnic at East Park for the family. Neighbors held a picnic for the amily at the Glenn Brown home. Gifts were presented· the honorees at all of the gatherings. Tag Day Planned by Navy Mothers North Iowa Navy Mothers made plans for a lag day to be held Aug. 30 a t - a meeting Wednesday afternoon at Labor Hall with Mrs. Iharles Crowley presiding. All members were urged to assist on the tag day project. It was announced that Miss Ruth Roscnthal, director of the Public Health Nursing Association, will speak at the next meeting, Sept. 10. Mrs. Ella Bcdsaul' talked on her vacation trip to California and Mrs. B. Rankin on her trip to Alaska. --o-Arrange thin cucumber slices on shredded lettuce; add a dressing of sour cream, finely grated onion (pulp and juice), freshly-ground pepper and salt and paprika to taste. Golden : Wedding Plans AreMade ST. ANSGAR-- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller of Carpenter will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Carpenter parish house. , The couple was married Aug, 20, 1902, at the homo of Mrs', Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert, Suhring, near Kensett, by the Rev. ; Mr, Thompson. For many years they farmed north , of Meltonville .ant ily. Mr. Miller is 81 and Mrs. Mil -- o -COUPLE TO WED AT CHARLES CITY CHARLES CITY-- Mr. nnd Mrs Leo Boohmer, Charles City, an nounce the engagement and ' ap proaching marriage of their daugh er, Phyllis, to Joseph Lcibold, son 1 f M r . ' ' n n d Mrs. Peter Leibold, S'cw Hampton- 'Hie marriage will ake place Aug. 28 »t the Irnmacu- ate Conception Catholic Church icre. Miss Boehmcr was honored at a pre-iiuptial shower Riven by Mrs.-Donald Mclntosh at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Otto Uichaelis. 1'rizos wore - w o n by Mrs. Vcryl Zubcod, Miss Nonha Jo ann nnd Mrs, Raymond Pickar. SEPT 10 IS DATE SET FOR WEDDING . . SPILLVILLE--Announcement is made of the approaching marriage of Greta Klimesh, daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Klimesh and Her man Krciner, son of Mr, and Mrs Peter' Kreiner of St. Lucas. The wedding will be Sept. JO at the St Wcnccslaus Church, Spillvillc. ERICKSON-PETERSON LAKE MILLS--Friends in Lake ·Mills have received nnnouncomciv of the marriage of LaVonnc Peter son of Washington, D.C., « daugh er of Mrs, Wilmcr Q. Peterson, ormer residents of Lake Mills, to Louis John Erickson at tho Faith jUthcrnn Church in Arlington, Va. :'hcy will live in Washington, D.C. --o-Attends Salsbury's Poultry Management Training School R. C, Sawyer of Mason City, who s with Amos In-Cross nnd Fox Bill tweeds, DCS Moincs, 5s one of nine hnleherymcn, druggists, produce and feed dealers who will complete n five-day dealer training schoo course in poultry diseases and man-j a gem cut. . ' The school is being held from Hominy through Friday, at Dr. Sals- mry's Laboratories, Charles City; Mr. Sawyer will receive a certificate at the conclusion of tho course signifying his satisfactory comple; :ion of the training school. Practical instruction Is being' received oti poultry diseases and flock management problems from professionally trained staff members of Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories, manufacturers of poultry and live stock Pharmaceuticals, Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories con ducts frequent schools of this kinc Aug. 14, W 7 13" Maion Cttjp G!ole-G»»«llt, M*M« CUj, t*. or the purpose of' giving dealers practical instruction which will be of value in serving the poultry raisers of their communities. The Detroit - Windsor tunnel, V which connects the. United Stales x and Canada, is the only under-'" water vehicular tunnel between,* two nations. * , * ASPIRIN FOR CHILD"*}, 10,000 DOCTOftS Stunning 6 D I A M O N D B R I D A L E N S E M B L E TERMS Everything about »his glorious matched sel is wonderful . . . the fiery brilliance of the qualify diamonds, Hie exclusive new styling of the exquisite HK gold s e t tings . . . and the exciting big savings you make at this 'low, low ' price. Hurry in and sec this wonder value for yours'elf! GOODMAN'S JEWELERS . . . DIAMOND IMPORTERS Corn*r Federal Statt Mason City ectrance* SUMMER DAYTIME COTTON DRESSES Are you looking 'for a good buy In Summer Dresses, (hen by all means visit the Gallon Shop on the Second Floor and look these half-price, dresses overl They include Tissue Ginghams, Chambrays, Plaid Ginghams and Bem- bergs, Regular S98 to, 14.95 Values . . , Sizes; 10-40 and COTTON SHOP SECOND FLOOR NEXT TO THE CORSET SHOP * 5 ·It's the Walk of the Town at the Mason City's Newest Shoe Store . . . Dealing Exclusively in Comfortable Shoes FRIDAY. AUGUST 15 12 NOON Featuring Shoes With Barefoot Comfort TAKE A TRIAL WALK know before you buy Walk upstairs .· . . walk downstairs. Step up an inclfne . , . step down an incline. Never before have you been able to actually test your shoes under all walking conditions before you buy. Come in and see the new device which has revolutionized shoe fitting. Now you know before you buy. Now at last you can get Barefoot Freedom in your shoes. Comfort that lasts not for just a few weeks but for the lifetime of the shoe. Come in and learn about Barefoot Freedom today. -3 5 Point Fitting · We fit them for LENGTH · We fit them for WIDTH · We fit them for ARCH · We fit them for INSTEP · We fit them for ACTION Your child's feet are, oh, so very, very precious. Give them the best care you con. Let us fit them in CHILD LIFE Shoes with our expert 5-POINT FITTING. It's a sure way to help those young feet grow strong and robust. Come in now for your best choice. 5.50 to 9.95 Depending on Size and Type of Shoe FREE!! SHOES!! MEN'S-WOMEN'S-CHILDREN'S if your key fits the lock I Lovely young ladies will pass out keys on the streets'o£ Mason City all afternoon. Come to 24 1st Street S.E. and if your key opens one of the padlocks you will receive a pair of SHOES FREE. That is all there is to it. Be sure, too, that you register for beautiful SnmsonHc luggage to be given away free at 9 P.M. You need not he present to win. " FREE SAMSONITE LUGGAGE NO PURCHASE NECESSARY eooccoococccccccooccceGooscoooeccocooocoeooooooooo There's No GUESS WORK When You Choose From These Ladies' Shoes Hera is the largest assortment^ ladies' walking shoes ever presented in Mason City. Choose from all the' new fall colors and materials, . Reds, greens, browns and blacks, plus combination colors. You will be amazed at the smart, : styles available in walking oxfords. You will be assured of a perfect fit due to our immense size range anJ lasts designed for every different type of foal. Come in today and see what smart beauty you can now obtain in your comfort shoe. SIZES 2 TO 13 AAAAAA lo EEEEEE 13.95 to 16.95 -^·^··r*- Tryle Walk Shoe Store ... it's the Walk of the Town 24 1ST STREET S.E. OPPOSITE DAVIDSON'S FURNITURE

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