Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 19, 1952 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 19, 1952
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IO M**on ( Aug. 1? 1?52 (ilobe-fliieile, M»ion CUT, '«· - Californians Are Iowa Visitors , Mrs, OIHe Dennis and daughters, .Ethel and .OJa, of San Bernardino, Calif., have- been housegucsls of Mrs. E. M. Jacobsbn and Leia, 541 19th S.E. While in -Mason City they wore entertained in the homes of Mr. and Mrs, Claude Jacobson of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kennedy, A day was spent in Minneapolis where Ihcy visited the Minnesota Bible College and were luncheon guests in the home of Prof, and Mrs. Don Earl Boatman, - · .. --o-Aristotle is believed to have been the first to think of logic as the subject for a separate science. CASH JUST PHONE FOR A LOAN $2O to $300 NORTH IOWA FINANCE 119i No. Federal--1'hone 3540 You A l w » r « Ie»l Wllh The S»m« M a n TOM H elping the o me maker By Cecily Brownsfone S U P P E R M E N U Egg nnd Cheese Dish Broiled Tomatoes Corn On"the'-.Cob' Green Salad Bowl Bread and Butter Fresh Fruit Cup Beverage EGG AND CHEESE DISH Ingredients: 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, 3 tablespoons flour teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, 1 teaspoon dry mustard, -I'/s cups milk, 1 cup grated s o f t . cheddar cheese, 8 hard-cooked eggs, 2 cup; ADAMS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY "Whore Pharmacy Is a Profession" 21 E. State St. PHONE 872 corn flakes (crushed Into fine crumbs,*) l tablespoon butter or margarine. Method: Make a white sauce of the 3 tablespoons - butter, flour, salt, pepper, mustard and milk; when thickened and bubbly stir in cheese over low heat just until melted. Turn sauce Into baking dish ( a b o u t : 10x0x2 inches.) Cut eggs in half lengthwise and ar range over sauce. Mix: corn flake crumbs with 1 tablespoon butter; sprinkle over eggs and sauce. Place under low-heat broiling unit just until crumbs ; are browned. Makes 4 to 6 servings. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT DECORAH DECORAH -- Marriage licenses have been Issued to Herbert Tietje, 25,i and Ethel Bcrgan, 23, both of Waterloo; Russell Worcester Jr., 32, Galcsburg, 111,;, and Dorothy Holm berg, 32, Dccorah; 'George Moe, 56, and Stella Seipel, 48, both of Red Wing, Minn. --o-MARCELLA HUFFMAN, ANDREW N1XT TO WED CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Chester H u f f m a n of Charles City Monday announced the engagement of their daughter, Marcella, to Andrew F. Nlxt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nixt of Marble Rock. No date has !cen set for the wedding. Doloros Moore Becomes Bride ,; RUDD--TJeloros Mctore, .daughter ot Mr. and Mrs, Homer Moore, and Russell Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larson of Osage, were mar ricd Sunday at the Little Brown Church in the Vale. The Hev. F. L. Hanscom read the double ring ceremony, : Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jones of Osago were the attendants. The nuptial music was played by Mrs. Hanscom. The couple left on a two weeks' trip, Miscellaneous showers /or the bride had been given by Mrs. Erwin Troge. and Mrs. Cliff Larson at the Troge home at Osage and by the Misses Vonda and Lois Ahrens at the Ed Ahrens home. A shower svas also given by the two aunts of the bride, Mrs. Roy Field and Mrs, Loyal Green, at the William Rolfes home. --o-Press Club to Hear Talk by H. Jones If. 'M. (Johnny) Jones of the Independence Bulletin will discuss methods of increasing local advertising at the final summer meeting ot Ihe Hawkeye Press Club at the .heller House at State Park, Clear Lake, Saturday. The potluck dinner meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. DAY to Hold Annual Dance on Sept. 17 Plans for the third annual dance of the Disabled American Veterans were made at the regular monthly meeting of the Mason City chapter at thp VFW Club Monday night. The event will be held Sept. 17 at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake KITCHEN REMODELING NATURAL BIRCH or YOUNGSTOWN STEEL CABINETS and SINKS Sc« Our Model Kitchtn Fr»« Estimates . . . Terms MASON CITY APPLIANCE 211 So. F.d.r.1 Phona 1103 with Jules Herman and his band furnishing th'e music. R. C. Mjzer- ski will be in charge of the advance ticket sale. John Potter, chairman of .the Forget-Me-Nol sale conducted recently, reported receipts of $800, with 10,000 Forget-Me-Nots sold. The chapter also voted to- purchase six rifles and ammunition for memorial services. The next regular meeting-of the group will be held Sept. 19 at the VFW Club. : , AWAITS DISCHARGE CHESTER--Cpl.. George J . M a u - rcr arrived home, after spending 14 months overseas, 12 of which were in Korea. After spending a 30-day leave at home he will report at Ft. 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