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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, August 22, 1952
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HLOND NUTIUA--This mi|orlnnl South Amortcnn fur, dyed by Hoi- liuiclor, is used by Frcclrlcn in n carefree jacket t h n t can bo worn winter, xpring and full, for all oeciislons. A lop favorite of the season. Nadine Wafermiller Bride of Pvt. Blau at Meservey MESEHVEY--Miss Nndlno Wn- tcrmlllcr, dnughtcr oI'Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walcrmlllcr, niul Pvl, Ken- nclh fllau, son of Mr. anil Mrs, Fred Blau ot Mescrvey, were mnr- ricd at the RCform'cd Pur.soiuiye, the Jlev. E. K a m p m n n , pastor, officiating. They were utlcndcd by Pvl. «nd Mrs. Robert Gu'rlock of Clciir Lalto. The bride was grnilunU'd from the Sheffield High School and has been employed at the McCorinlck Store^ in Thornton, The 'bridegroom was ongngcd in f a r m i n g until he Vonl Into service, He has been slntloncd la Georgia and has bucrv transferred to Fort Lawton, Wash. _i_/i,^- uu .' M'ARTENSEN-WALKEU IIAMPTON-Mlss Shirloe Walkor, daughter 'of Mrs. D. D. Short, Sioux' · City,. and Ihe I n t o Dnlo B. Wnlk'er, Hampton, wns married at Cedar Rapids in the First* Christian- Church lo Fred Marleiiscn, son v of Ihp Ifttb Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martunsen, DCS Molncs. At- AUTHRIZED Sales Service PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Seconrt St. N. C. liufflell I'lioln "PVT. AND AIDS. BLAU Lcndnnts were tho sister, Mrs. lloburt Austin, 'rind Mr. Austin, Cedar HnpJds. They will live In DCS Moincs, · whore he is employed as a cemcnl : finisher lind she is employed n t Ihe Jewish Club. --o-HAPPY M I X E R S MEET AT K O G G E M A N HOME Happy Mixers met tit the home of Mrs. Harold Koggcrmin, 25th S. W., in honor of Mrs. George IDinmcrt's birllulay. Prizes wcni In Mrs, F r a n k Thornton, Mrs, Johr Holt mid Mrs. M a r v i n Esser. .The next mcelini! will be Sept. 11 with Mrs. ft m inert. Mrs, J a c k Ellis and Mrs. Omer Johnson were uucsls, --o-You can cook two or three vcgc tables 'lit a lime in a pressure .saucepan .it .you use a divider; the vegetables rest on n rack this anil flavors do not intermingle. OUR NEW CLOTH COAT DEPARTMENT F E A T U R I N G COATS PHONE 215 NORTH F E D E R A L Y O U R L O W C A L O R I E DIETS WITH AMERICA'S F A M O U S baked without shortening BAKED BY THE PRODUCERS OF BUTT'R TOPP PRODUCTS WOMEN Report Made on Sessions for Auxiliary Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxil- ary h e a r d an account of Ihe na ionti! e n c a m p m e n t at a sewing ice Thursday evening at the VFW lome. Carpel m a t e r i a l for Ihe veterans ·onfincd at Knoxville wax worked n, Mrs. Arnold Tlllori, who was a IclGgalt! to the national .encamp- no'rit in Los Angeles, gave a review of the jicUvliies accomplished y the assembly. .Sept. 27 in the date set by Iowa VFW for the sale of buddy poppies iy VFW and Auxiliary members. Mrs, William Paras, c h u l r m a n , s asking for workers to help sell he flowers on the .streets of Mason illy'. Proceeds will be used to ear y on the rehabilitation work of the irganiznllon among worthy vet :rnn.s and their families, Lunch was served at the close of he evening by Ihe ho.Hlosses, Mrs. ohn O'Brien and Mrs. Richard O'Brien with lilts. Mollic Carlson wiring. --o-Bonnie Teeter Weds Duane Haan IOWA FALLS--Bonnie Teeter of own Falls and D u a n e Haan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Harm of \ p l l n g t o n , wore m a r r i e d by the 'tev. Roger Russell who performed he ceremony in the First Moth- )illst Church In Mason City. The ride is a daughter of the late Mr. nml Mrs. Ed Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brower of Aplitiglon attended them. After a dp to Dultith, Minn., Uicy will re- urn lo Iowa Falls lo live. Mrs. I t n a n is a secretary in Ihe office of Ihe city iminngcr. Mr. iaan is employed by a ccmcnl )lock firm sit Apjlnglon. --o-Representation Asked by Women FT, DODGE I/O--More women in city government positions are be ng urged by the Ft. Dodge Worn en's Club. In n letter lo the City Counci :iere the club voiced regret that ivomcn h n v o received "no recog lition or. apparently n o * consideration" hi city appointments. The Jcller suggcslcd the im- ortn'nce of women "as n potent 'orco in community life" is over- ookcd by the council. The council has the request under study. Easily Made · Most voles-in the campus "pop ulnrity poll" any season will be To tho j u m p e r 'n blouse. So much fu lo mix-mntch too! Blake your cop in corduroy, light woolens. No. 2522 is cut in sizes 10, 32, 14 16, 18 and 20. Size 1G jumper yards 54-inch. Three-quarter sleev blouse, 2V£ yards 30-inch. Send 25 cents for pattern wit name, address, style number an size. Address Pattcni Bureau Globe-Gazette, Box 42, Old Chclsc Station, New York 11, N.Y. Patterns ready to fill orders im mediately. For special handling o order via first class mail includ an extra,5 cents per pattern. The Fall-Winter Fashion Book just out and beautifully illustrate! in color! Presenting fall fashion at their smartest. Over 100 practi cal, easy-to-mnkc pattern designs for every age and type of figure Be an early bird, order your copj now. Price just 25 cents. E N G A G E M E N T TOLD--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson of Nora Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, LeNore, and Cpl. Charles Fchr, USMC, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fchr of West Bend. Cpl.. Fuhr is home from Korea on a 30 day furlough a f t e r which he will be stationed nt Camp Pcndelton, Calif. Miss Nelson will attend Waldorf College at Forest Cily. RAM District Convention Is at Garner G A R N E R -- M o r e than 120 R»yal Neighbors were registered at the J2ntt a n n u a l district convention held the G a r n e r High School Audi- o'rium with Royal Neighbors pres- nt f r o m Hancock, Worth, Cerro Gordo and Winnebago counties. The program presented at the af- crnoon session included call to or- Icr by Dolores Nielson, oracle Garner; presentation of the flag by Manly Camp; welcome, E. H. Phil Ips, G a r n e r mayor; response Florence Bridges, state supervisor; convention prayer, N o r t h w o o c Jump; address of welcome, Klem me Camp, response, Kensctt. G a r n e r C a m p was in charge o nformal introduction and seating of officers and regular o p c n i n g; icw password drill, Corwith; bal ol march, Clear Lake; welcome to transfer members, Buffalo Cen er; demonslration of salutes, Rbck Falls; entering with ant! withou password, Plymouth; dcmonstra .ion of graces, Mason City; drap ng charter, Britt; business session Dora Prnmcr, district deputy question box, Florence Bridges, am ·cgular closing, Garner. At 5:30 the delegates and guesls atlended Ihe convention bnnquc 3rcpared and served by the Meth odisl Ladies Aid in the basemen 1 of Ihe First Methodist Church. The evening session convened a 7 p. m. Reception of candidate. 1 - wns in charge of Mason City. Doors were open to the public at 8:15 p m. for a program including prcscn ,ation of visiting officers, Corwilh memorial, Brill; remarks by Nell Sexton, Dora Pramcr, Leah Soulh ard and Elhcl Sweiger. Address o he - e v e n i n g was by Florence Bridges, state supervisor, and re ;iring march by Clear Lake. Kathj if nil Bonnie Mack of Garner gave a song and dance number. Officers arc: Supreme oracle Francis L. Torkelson; supreme di rector, Mrs. Sexton; state super visor, Mrs. Bridges, and ilistric deputy, Mrs. Pramev. , T Q j Ackley Church Nupti r~ iaI bcene ACKLEY--Mr. and M^rs. Harry Kannegeiter announce the mar riage of their daughter, Arlys, t Dclbert W i l l i a m s Jr.. son of Mr and Mrs. Delbert Williams, Stock ton, 111., at First Presbyterian Church, Ackley. The bride wns attended by Mrs Henry Vander Zden, Steamboa Hock, matron of honor, and Mis Marlene W i l l i a m s , sister of th bridegroom, and Miss Clara Keh rcn, bridesmaids. Miss Ruth Gloy and Miss Mary Jo Keith wcr candlelighters and Betty Emery flower girl. \ David Drake, Whcaton, 111., wa beslman; Eugeen Folkcrs, Willi Kannegeiter and Robert Nagl were ushers and ringbearer wa Derokl Meyer. The couple will live in Chicag where. he is a sophomore studen in Ihe medical school of the Un vcrsity of Illinois. He took his pre medical training at the Universit; of Dubuque, Dubuque, where th bride was graduated this spring. Legion Golf Club Women Ending Year Officers were elected by the ·omen golfers of Ihe Legion Golf lub at a meeting Thursday eve- ing, following ladies day aclivitie t the club. Mrs. Ralph Connelly was elected resident, Mrs. E, H. Nordstrom, ice president/and Mrs. Ray Cris- in, secretary-treasurer. Golf winners for the day were Irs. Terry Wallace who had the ongest drive on No. 5; Mrs. Staney Smith, Miss Vera Finley, Mrs Don Cookman, Miss Tenora Bak :en and Mrs. Al Moen. Following dinner and the busi ess session, Mrs. Stabley Smith ntertained with singing and read ngs, Bridge was played, prizes go \g to Mrs. Connelly and Mrs Goodwyn Elkins. Hostesses were Mrs. W. J. Math s,, Mrs. Ellen Johnson, Mrs. An Bowe, Mrs. Crispin, Mrs. Wallace ilrs. F. N. Van Skikc, Miss Doro hy Dunn and Mrs. George Huber. The women will close their sea on at the club next Thursday with dinner at 6:30 p.m., preceded by cocktail hour from 5:30 to G:30 leservations will be taken through Tuesday evening. --o-- elping the omemaker By Cecily Brownslone SUPPER MENU Quick Super Clam ^Chowder Cucumber Sandwiches Fruit Beverage QUICK SUPER CLAM CHOWDER Ingredients: One lO'/j-ounce can condensed clam chowder, 1 cup ight cream, l cup milk, one 7 juncc can minced sea clams, 2 easpoons minced parsley. Method: Empty clam chowde nlo saucepan; swish out soup can vith light cream and add to chow Icr with milk and clams (includinj iquid from can.) Place over lov leat and stir often until very hot do not boil. .Ladle into soup bowl ind sprinkle with parsley. Make 'our servings. Note: Vi can steamed choppei clams and ¥2 cup clam broth maj )e substituted for 7-Ounce can o clams. --o-- ; Jr. Auxiliary Goes Picnicking Girls of the .VFW Junior Auxil ary Unit met for a picnic at Wes Park Thursday noon and a meelin Was conducted by JUta Wilson president. Scrapbooks were turned in to b sent to the childrcns hospital a Iowa City. The girls voted to mak ·nore scrapbooks of Christmas an jirthday cards lo be completed be fore Christmas. Mrs. Ray. Van Note will give prize lo Ihe girl selling the mos poppies on Poppy day, Sept. 27 an Ihe girls were asked to help th A u x i l i a r y sell poppies. The next meeting will be Sept. 1 vith Mrs. Paul Clausen and Mrs Clint Molt in charge. --o-ST. PATRICK UNIT IS ENTERTAINED St. Patrick's Unit of Holy Fan ily Guild met Thursday at the horn of Mrs. Vern Hoffman, 500 Jack son N. W., with Mrs. Joe O'Don nell assisting. The meeting opene with the Lord's Prayer and Scri] lure reading by Mrs. Joseph Me Caulcy. Final reports of the yea were given. Workers were signe up for the Holy Family ice crcan to be held Sunday. Care 1 were played, prizes going to Mr Gus Neuhaus ami Mrs. Richar Coleman. Mrs. Fred Cahalan was guest. The next meeting will be sewing meeting at the home o Mrs. Lylc McCauley in preparatio for the fall bazar. Clean Up S A L E NOW ON DID YOU KNOW THAT WE SELL RICH DELICIOUS CUP CAKES and LAYER CAKES WRAPPED READY TO PUT IN YOUR DEEP FREEZER They're wonderful insurance against unexpected company D N PASTRY SHOP 407 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY Bonnie Nicholas Meets Up With Mason Cit/ans Abroad No mailer how far you get awayi om home, you'll find a fellow iwrisman--that's- the experience ' Miss Bonnie Nicholas, daughter ' LI. Gov. and Mrs. W. Jl. Nichas, who is touring Europe with ho University of Iowa Scottish ighlandcr Band, A meeting in London with two lason Cilyans, stationed with the ir Force in England, proved fun or all of them, according to word cceived from both the boys and liss Nicholas. Afc. Roger .Janssen, son of Mr. nd Mrs. H. W. Janssen, 1307 S. ecicral, and Afc. Kobert Mason, on of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mason, 12 llth N. E., are stationed at cutlthorpe Air Base near Nor- ieh .and when they learned . that ic Highlanders were to be in ondon, they got passes and went 0 look for Miss Nicholas. They ocateci her through the American mbassy in London and, with Miss ·fancy Sweitzer of Waterloo, made p a sightseeing foursome. Miss Nicholas writes, "I enjoyed ur stay in London immensely. 1 'as completely surprised when ^- Mason and Roger Janssen oth of Mason City, called me. hey are stationed near London in lie,Air Force. We saw London to ;ether. One of our first visits was to Buckingham Palace to see the hanging of the Guard. Then we valked to the famous Westminster \bbey and were awed as we ooked upon the tombs of some o: ne most famous people in history : I guess I've seen about the ame things the typical American oiirist sees. 1 was particularly im ressed with the historic Tower o ,ondon. In America, things are blc t they dale back to the 18th cen my, but f found out what really Id architecture is like in the \wer of London when I saw par f the old city wall built by the Romans. At the Tower I also saw he beautiful Crown Jewels worn y English royally through the iges. 'One afternoon a few of us took 1 train lo Windsor Castle, and that again, was so full of history i seems incredible that you have he opportunity of seeing it. "One of our most rewarding days came when we took an all day trip to Oxford and Salisbury :t was interesting to go throng! he famous -University at Oxfor and to think back on all the fam ous people who graduated iron here. One of Ihese was John Wcs ey, and we had the opportunity of seeing his dormitory room. "At Salisbury we saw the 13t: century cathedral. The architec .ure is beautiful and of all the ol cathedrals we've seen, none ha mpressed me as much. ."The hospitality and friendlines; of the English people couldn't be Delter. The best example came on 1 .he day the Highlanders went to Plymouth. There we were royally reeled and treated like queens all day. ' "Our thanks to them wouldn't be icard. They thanked us again and again for coming to march for :hem, when actually it was our ?lace to thank them. We will never 'orget our many new friends there. 'The people of London treated us , wonderfully too. One of my biggest thrills of the entire- trip was when we first marched in London. We marched from the ounty Hall lo the'Victoria Embankment, across the Thames and iy the Parliament Buildings and BONNIE NICHOLAS Ben. The setting alone, be sides the large crowd gathered to icar us, practically left me breath- ess. But I had to contain myself ind save my breath 'for my bag pipes!" --o-Maschek-Gonn Wedding Is Held Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Conn daughter of;'Mrs. Florence Conn of Des, and Eclmoncl W Vfaschek of Charles City, which :ook place in Ihe Memorial Chapel o f P l y m o u t h Congregational Church in DCS Moines. The Rev. Mr. Miner, pastor, officiated and the couple was at tended by Ada Conn of DCS Moines, sister-in-law of the bride and Frank Pratt of Des Moines. The ceremony was followed by a reception at Rose's Restaurant west of Des Moines. The couple is at home in Charles City where he is employed by the Oliver Corporation. --o-MISS JOANNE PUTH ' HONORED AT SHOWER ' Miss JoAnnc Puth was guest o honor at a kitchen shower given b} Mrs. Fred J. Wagnei; and daughter Marilyn, 243 14th S. E., Thursdaj evening. Games were played, prizes going to Carol Carlson, Mrs. Dayle Krclzinger, Mrs. G. O. Aeling and Sally Becker. Miss Pulh wiJI be married to DeWitt Hunt in Scptem bcr. Minneapolis Visit Made . by 4-H Clubs Owen Farmerettes.and the Mason Thrifty-Fixers 4-H Clubs have elurned from Minneapolis where hey. spent a (lay visiting the air- iort, Pillsbury Mills and the Betty Crocker Kitchens, They had luncheon in the Skyline Room at Daytons, accompanied by hree former members, Helen Vagncr O'Heron, Peggy Diercks iathaway an(i Horenco Mathrc Ferdcn. They attended a show at tadio City Theater. . . ,. The trip was made by chartered bus as a reward lo all members or completing their projects and ·xhibiting at thp North Iowa Pair. The twenty-six girls were accompanied by Mrs. Leigh Curran, Mrs. Carl Kohler, Mrs. Cy Renshaw, Mrs. Clinton Stevens, Mrs. Don Pe r ers, Mrs. Ken Johnson, Mrs. Leo Oswald, Mason City, and Miss Ma- ·ie Louise Lchemve of Belgium. ; --o-- The grated rind of Jin orange ami a half cup of chopped raisins ind nuts may be added to a two- cake recipe for delicious flavor variation. ALWA St.Joseph ASPIRIN WOPID'S lAHOEST SELLER AT ICK STKIDON 18 jewels. Sweep seconds. Stain- Ics3 steel case. Sealed against m o i s t u r e -and dirt. $62.50 CONVENIENT TERMS WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE STREET Watch colored clothes brighten up in a +/jcun i P.ta-n. T H E O R I G I N A L A U T O M A T I C CLOTHES DRYER Come in for a demonstration! Let us show you how Hamilton's patented "Carrier C u r r e n t " d r y i n g keeps colors bright as new. Dries everything in your wash s u n s h i n e sweet--without sun- jading. No other method of drying is so k i n d to clothes, so easy on you! HOME APPLIANCE CO. 20 S«cond N. E. Phona 162 AS SEEN IN LUNDBERGS Elegant affiliation of fabric and fur. Rich two-Fein* zibaline . . . cut luxuriously full and caped with an extravagant moleskin collar. In Black/Sicnn* Black/Sapphire, Black/Grey. Sizes 8 to 18. 198.95 TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE

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