The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 20, 1952 · Page 18
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August 20, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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It Aug. M, 1952 MMI City Globr-r.tietlr. Mnon Cltf, la. Bits About 'Em Mrs. Lawrence F. Kuriger and tons, Jimmy and Bobby, have joined Mr. Kurigcr in Yokohama, Japm, where he is .stationed at Yoko Suki Air Base. His rtnk is chief air pilot. Mrs. Kurigcr is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Fifrer, 805 Elm Drive. ' Cpl. and Mrs. James Slewart Farrer of Biloxi, Miss., arc the parents of an 8 pound, 4W ounce daughter born Aug. 18. She Is their second daughter. Cpl, Farrer, son; of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Farrer, 80S 1 Elm Drive, has just completed a basic course in radar at KoesJer Field and is now taking an instructor's course. Eugene C. Johnson, son of Mr, and Mrs, Howard M. Johnson, 420 Harrison N. W., has received his Master of Education degree from the University o( South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Kugenc Johnson and children, Martha and Tommy, will live in Flaiuircau, S. 1)., this year where he will teach In the high Expecting a BABY? Mtttitnily Jn · Orion and rayon equally divided in tho maternity top of tho season! Contrasting braid cuff and col- ; - lar trim and a concealing · mcnswcar skirt that keeps ; its narrow look to the very end. 14.95 school. Mrs. Johnson Is the former Audrey Larson. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Trinity Lincoln Circle-7:30, Church. Legion Auxiliary-7:30, Legion .'Hall. Queen Ilebckah Lodge-8, IOOF Hail. THURSDAY Trinity Forest Park Circle-1. West Park. Trinity ttooscvcH Circle-1:30, Mrs. M. F. Zack, 725 N. Federal, RNA Social Circle-1:30, Hi-!2 Club, public card party. Trinity Roosevelt Circle-J.'.'JO, Mr*. M. F. Zack, 725 N. Federal. St. J a m e s Circle 3-- ' 2, Mrs. Klsn Krietjcr, 210 8th S.E rmrnamic! WMS-2. Church. Energetic Class-Congregational Church. E v a n g e l i c a l Ladies Aid-Postponed. Centrnl Lutheran Lyclia Circle-5:'15, Bertha and Florancc Rohr 551 7th S. E. VFW A u x i l i a r y -7:30, VKW Post Homo. Bethlehem Wallhcr League-- 7M5, Fellowship Hall. St. Patrick's Unit-8, Mrs. Vern Hoffman, 500 Jack son N. W. Women of the Moose-8, Moose Hall. LOTO-8, IOOF Halt. Building Trades Council-8, Labor Hall. E L A I N E ' S MATERNITY and CHILDREN'S SHOP 118 North Federal · Phone 1479 -~__^ MACARONI *°*fDELKlOU Photo by Tiusiell TO M A K E HOME IN MASON CITY--After a two weeks wedtlin trip, Mr. and Mrs. G u y l n s J. Kiss will make their home at 1241 Wash iif-lon N.W. Their marriage took place in St. John's Church at Ban uroft vaih the Unv. J. H. Schultcs officiating, Aug. 16. The bride wa Helen V'olJmar, sister of Joe Voll- m a r of Bancroft. The bridegroom ins been making his home with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Jandresilz, in Mason City. Miss Phillis V n l l m a r , niece of he bride, w a s bridesmaid a n d Frank S t a t t e i m a n was bestman. The bride wore a Chantilly lace gown with a chapel-length train, and her finger-tip veil was held by cap o[ Chantilly. She carried yellow rosebuds set in white net mid her rhineslone necklace and earrings were gifts from the bridegroom. The bridesmaid wore a yellow gown with a bodice of Chantilly and a skirl of net over taffeta. She carried a colonial bouquet of yel- ow and white daisies centered svith pink roses. A reception was held at the home of the bride after the ceremony, dinner was served to 235 guests at he Johnson House in Algona. --o-- TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. David Hyder and children have returned o their home at Houston, Tex., ollowing a visit at the parental Villiam Boyken home. Mrs. Ryder nd children visited here several veeks and Mr. Ryder came to ac ompany his f a m i l y home. H elping the omemaker By Cecily Brownstone GUEST DINNER Story book styles as seen in SEVENTEEN ' ·'! ~' J ' (A) Middy line... Aqua, Royal, Reef, Purple with contrast tie... Si zes ... Sizes 9 to 15. (B) Shirred ski rt. . . Kavy, Black, Brow w i t h contrast s w e a t e r - l o o k v e s t e e . S i z e s 9 to 15. ) N e w ! Exciting! Luxurious! J NYLON S U E D E ) D R E S S E S ) $12J5 Chopped Beeksleak and Tomato Pie with Potato Cover Buttered Carrots Green Salad Bread and Butter Orange-Cranberry Cake Roll Beverage O R A N G E - C R A N B E R R Y CAKE ROLL Ingredients: 't eggs, 1 A teaspoon snlt, Vi cup sugar, n .'t cup Ktftec cake flour, n 'i teaspoon b a k i n g powder, 1 teaspoon v a n i l l a , one 5 ounce package orange shcrber! mix, one 1-pound can whole cran berry sauce ( d r a i n e d ) . Method: Beat eggs and salt over hot water until thick and pale colored, gradually adding sugar Sift flour and baking powder ant fold into eggs with vanilla. Pou into shallow pan (about 15xlC inches) lined with greased waxet paper. Bake in hot (-100F.) oven 12 minutes. Turn onto cloth sprinklec with powdered sugar; tear of paper. Roll and cool. Mcanwhii nakc sherbet according to packag directions, using 1 cup milk and cup water, and place in freezing compartment ot refrigerator; wher f i r m l y frozen remove sherbet fron r e f r i g e r a t o r tray to bowl. Break u into small lumps with fork. Bea with rotary beater until free from lumps but still a thick mush Spread sherbet on cool cake ro and reroll. Place.cake roll in free? ing compartment of rcfrigerato until serving lime; then spread on side of roll with cranberry sauce Makes 6 to 8 servings. --o-Swallows Move In BROOKLYN, M i c h. UP--T h worm weather d r e w numerou swallows here to create a minia lure Capistrano. They took advan Inge of a huge cutback in a rive ank and lined it with hundreds icsts. Couple Married at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS--In a double-ring eremony at the Salem Lutheran Jhurch, Miss Frances Barkman, aughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Barkman of Lake Mills, became he bride of Donald W. 3. Osier man, son of Mrs. Emma Osterman if Buffalo Center, the Rev, H.'A. 3iers of Titonka performing the ceremony. The matron of honor was Mrs. Robert McKim of Nevada, a sister of the bride. Eugene Osterman ol Buffalo Center, a brother of the bridegroom / acted as bestman and Elmer Osterman, an uncle of the bridegroom and Robert McKim, a brother-in-law of the bride, served as ushers. Miss Mildred Hoislad, the organist, played the traditional wedding music and accompanied Waiter Moe as he sang, A reception for one hundred fifty guests was held in the church parlors immediately following the wedding ceremony. Miss Barkman is a graduate of Lake Mills High School and served as secretary to Superintendent Young. The bridegroom is a grad- uate of Buffalo Center and Is farming near Buffalo Center where they will live following a trip. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED A L L I S 0 N--Marriage licenses have been issued to Kenneth J. Brower, 24, Arlington, and \Leta Ruth: Ferris, 24, South English; Charles 0. Gardner, 24, Iowa City, and Mary Ann Schaap, 20, Austinville; William Clifford "Sampson, Indian River, Mich., 26, and Lucille Adeline Peterson, 24, Greene; Rodger C. Derr, 23, Independence, and Eleanor Roever, 22, Clarksville. Stile SUpp Clean Up S A L E NOW ON Drift th«m up pr«tty in cut* littl* cotton ichool frock* th»t Ust »nd laund«r . . . btautifulty. COTTON DRESS FOR LITTLE GIRLS · "IT'S A HONEY" · "LITTLE STAR" · "JEAN DURAIN" Pretty frocks in plaids, plain colors and checks, designed to flatter 3.98to7. a very young rmss and please mom . · COTTON QUILTED SKIRTS Twlricrway styles in gorgeous prints KINDERGARTEN. DRESSES . . . . . : . . 2.98 3. CORDUROY JUMPERS .. 6. LITTLE BOYS WEAR . . . STANDS WEAR AND TEAR · "DANNY DARE" TROUSERS · Gabardine in Plains and Checks n QQ Corduroy in Plain. Colors . L.uO up "CHIPS and TWIGS" BOYS' SHIRTS in Prints, Plaids and Colors O QP Also Waistcoats .J J up SEE OUR NEW SELECTION OF FINE BOCKALL BROS. SNOWSUITS USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN E LAI N E'S 118 NORTH FEDERAL OR CHARGE IT MATERNITY AND CHILDREN'S SHOP PHONE 1479 Walk 0n To fashion firsts for fall cushioned e c r s e - a » MID HEEL Aren't they graceful? b» Don't they look high? They're Rhythm Step's wonderful new-for-Fall MEDIUM 5o wonderously soft. So gorgeous in color... y-*r'-ywr*m*r · I I w f v | · r · f Your smart young N y l o n Suede ) Dress w i l l be the topic of / talk wherever you go...for \ l e a r n i n g or earning. Sketched ) are but two of our large group \ at $12.75...You'II h a r d l y b e l i e v e I such beauty can be yours, for ' such a low price...Sizes 9 to 15. MAY BE f A FAMILY AFFAIR , noRO-pIckins 1 and n tormenting rectal itch arc often telltale signs of J*!n-Worms...uj;Iy parasites that medical experts Bay Infest one out of fvcrv thrrc per* »ons examined. Entire families may bo victim* and not know it. To Rot rid of rin-Y/orrn5. thcso pest* must not only be killed, but killed in the Urjrc intestine where they live and multiply. Thnt'a ex- nctly what -Ta-nc'B P-W tablets do .., and here's how they do It: first -- n scientific coating 1 carries the tablets into the bowels before they dissolve. Then -- Jayne'* modern, mcdfcnlly-approved In- Kredicnt coca ri«ht to work -- kill* Tin-Worms quickly and easily. Dnn't tkc" chances with this dangerous, highly contncioun condition. At the first «ijrn of Pin- Worms, auk your drufrsrtat for Genuine Jnyne'H P-\V Vcrmlfutfo.,. the smalt, easy-to-take tablets perfected by famous Dr. D. Jaync Son, apccinllfttfl in worm remedies for, over 100 yean. HEELS High in fashion - - - · · 7«t comfortably down-to-earth | · Black Su«U · nd Calf · Coppetlona Sued* and Calf 13" JAYME for Pin-IRfeiiMs I I 1 · Black Saede 13" other styles 95 to I3 95 10 Depend On h . ~.~i --your correct WALKER'S /ft jP* itf · BUck S««U 13 95 4m. To Fitting ALKEB'5 105 NORTH FEDERAL " We Welcome Good Charge Accounts IMMMUMUHRHHUMHHMHMMHMMMJl

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