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. If$4 .*»««» City Globe-Gazette, M»so» Clly, !». , f v,^ ,,, , , ; - · Kptherine Ann Schmall \Veds Clemens Osterman NASHUA--The marriage of Miss Katherine Ann SchmaU, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schmall, to Clemens A. Osterman, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Oslerman,- took place at St r Michael's Catholic Church, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. James Casey, Dubuque, cousin of the bride, performing the ceremony. Miss Rose Mary Schmall was maid of honor and Mrs. Clem Dies- berg, bridesmaid. Robert Osterman served as bestman and James Schmall, Tom Nims, Clem Dies- berg and Alvin Osterman were ushers. Donna Schmall acted as flower girl. I Acolytes were Tony Schmall and Joe Merfeld. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Pat Hinch, soloist, and Mrs. Smith Gogg, organist. A wedding dinner was held in St. Michael's Hall. The bride has been employed as secretary in the office of Att'y. Leslie Turner. The bridegroom has recently been discharged from service in'Korea. They will make their home on a farm after their return from a wedding trip to Chicago, --o-Women of Bath Township Meet Farm women of Bath Township met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eddie Hegtvedt for a program which included talks on fashion and on the Scandinavian countries. Mrs. Oscar Stoltenberg was co- hostbss. After the regular business session, Mrs. Arthur Broers and Mrs. Elmer Weers, the entertainment committee, presented Mrs. Marcus Lundberg who talked on spring fashions and fabrics and showed new styles. The lesson on the Scandinavian countries was given by Mrs. Frank Stratton who talked on Norway and Denmark and Mrs. James B. Conroy who talked on Sweden and Finland. Films on the four countries were shown by Mrs. Conroy, Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the meeting. --o-BETHLEHEM LOIS CIRCLE HAS SESSION Bethlehem Lois Circle was en- 'tertained at the home of Mrs. Harry Romig, 1302 Washington N. W., Thursday, with Mrs. Gerald Romig as a guest. Mrs. Henry Romig.led devotions. It was decided to have a market at the next meeting which will be March 25 at the home of Mrs. Arthur E Myers, 1017 Georgia N. E. meeting was closed with Lord's Prayer and ; lunch served by the hostess. ,·? MR. AND MRS. OSTERMAN the was Two Piece Small Town Girl Finds Success Hard By ALINE MOSBY HOLLYWOOD (U P )-T o d a y's tale from the land of sunshine is the Hollywood saga of a little girl from Illinois named Clara* Maria Ingrassia. . It's the story of many a small town beauty who tried her luck in the glitter city. Clara Maria was born in Rock ford, 111., May 28, 1924. At the age of six she began to toddle onto stages in the midwest as a dancer When she blossomed into a teen age beauty, Calara M a r i a wa: searching for show business job:, in New York at an age when other Illinois girls were getting ready to go to college. She,won bit parts ii two Olson and Johnson musical; and at 20 decided to try for star clom in Hollywood. There a r e hundreds of pretty blonde Clara Marias in Hollywood This one was taken by an agent to ^roducer Sam Katzman in 1944. L Ie changed her n a m e to Anne Sterling and gave her a job. Film Debut It wasn't exactly an MGM con tract, and her film debut can't be compared to Elizabeth Taylor's or Audrey Hepburn's. Katzman was producing "B" pictures at Mono gram then. Clara Maria, or Anne, had p a - r t s in the Bowery Boy series. One was called, "Bowery Champs." "She was a pretty little thing,' ·cculls Katzman. "She said she vas from New York, but she still vas a small-town kid. I used her n a couple of pictures and let her ). "You know how it is," he added, uffing a cigar. "They lack that ttle bit of something." By then Annie was making fame f another sort. The beauty began o be noticed by filmclom bachelors nd soon she was a familiar sight t gay Sunset Strip night spots. In 945 she eloped with auto parts heir Tommy Warner. The marriage vas annulled a few months later Slapping .Bout · The next year Anne made her irsl front page, but not from win ning an Oscar. She and tennii player John Howard staged a slapping bout at the old Trocadero. Once Anne gave up Hollywood and trfcd being a lady disc jockey in St. Louis but soon she was back m the plaster city. For Easter, sew this little two piece with three-quarter sleeves Later, add a breath of fresh air ti your summer wardrobe witii thi short sleeved version. (Choice o sweetheart neckline or c she was cast in a musical TV film series, "Paradise Island." She ap peared on various video shows in , , , ,, ,, , , ,, ,, T T ° x ,, a plunging neckline and challengec M A R RIAGE LICENSE Faye Emerson to a battle of the busts. Travel Talk Entertains Department Entertaining Woman's C l u b members with anecdotes from her i. travel experiences, Millie Rosack-1 er of Minneapolis talked at the meeting of the Outdoor Life Department Thursday afternoon in the Library Auditorium. Mrs. Rosacker explained that friends had urged her 'before her first trip to Europe to get off the beaten path and that many times on that trip she wished she could have got even close to the beaten path. Describing the experiences at tendant on getting off the Queen Mary in England, rather than France as originally planned so that she might iand with her car, and going to Ostend rather than Calais, because of a slight weaknes; in geographical information, Mrs Rosacker led her audience up to her arrival in Paris. Here the city was prepared for the arrival of Queen Juliana which led to further complications. An audience with the Pope also was described by Mrs. Rosacker in the talk which preceded her showing of colored films of a tour through Italy. She remarked that floweri are an outstanding feature of the Italian countryside and her movies included several shots of Italian gardens. Places visited included the Riviera, Genoa, Pisa, Florence, Assisi, Perugia, Rome, Sorrento, Capri, Pompei, Amalfi, Cassino, Naples, Venice and Milan. Mrs. Rosacker said that all the Italians are friendly and charming and that the men are all wolves. Mrs. Rosacker was introduced by Mrs. R. J. Johnston, outdoor life department chairman. Helping the Homemaker By Cecily Browntsone SUPPER MENU Use leftover egg whites to m a k e these sweet treats. Broiled Chicken Mashed Potatoes Succotash Salad Bread arid Butter Ice Cream Cherry Walnut Kisses Beverage CHERRY WALNUT KISSES Ingredients: 4 egg whites, dash salt, V teaspoon cream of tartar, 2 cups sifted confectioner's sugar, V? cup sifted flour, A cup choppec' walnuts, 2 cups shredded coconut 1-3 cup chopped maraschino cher ries, (well-drained.) Method: Add salt to egg whites and beat until foamy; add cream of tartar and beat until whites stand in soft peaks. Gradually add sugar, beating constantly. Gradually sift Dour over mixture, fold- ng it in as you do so. Fold in walnuts, coconut and cherries. Drop by teaspoons on greased baking sheet. Bake in slow (325)F oven 15 minutes. Makes about 4 dozen cookies. Monday at 8:25 a. m. over KSMN Her career brightened four years ,3"?," KRm * UL V . T · ago when, after small movie part* ?J ° V ; r K* 1 *' ahCC ° frhdlng , to ^°, ls "ANO PRACTICE she was cast in a musical TV film W /^ ren wh ° '?. he ^.. a ". d . safet y CLUB HAS MEETING chairman for the BPW Club. ISSUED TO COUPLE -- -- -- -- -- ---- - _ - - u w u . f _ i . ^ ,J|V*JiH_ J l l J.-/ tV- U l j -I l ~ CHARLES CITY--District Court lor and played his n u m b e r , "The Then the headlines got bigger Clerk L - v - Leigh Thursday is-Smugglers." Contest numbers The freelance actress s u e d hei svlccl a m a m a B c license to Loren were played by Marilyn Vail, Mar- roommate on a charge of slealin" ( , T ,. arry) , Kocs]j ng. 30, Appleton, jorie Mason, bassoons, and Bar- 0 Wis., and Betty Snyder, 26, Charles bara Bauer and Joan Snyder, City. They will be married Satur- clarinets, accompanied by Mrs! Leon Woodward and Mrs. Jerry roommate on a charge of stealing a fur wrap. She charged oilman Bob Calhoun with beating her with a cane. Last Friday she was taken to the hospital for an "accidental overdose of sedatives." The Hollywood story is the story of Lana Turner and Ava Gardner, but it is the story of the Clara Marias, too. There are many more out here under the palm of tree s- :ollared is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40. Size 16: Short sleeved, collared version, 4% yds. .of 35-in. Send 30c for Pattern with Name, Address, Style Number and Size. Address Pattern Bureau, Mason City Globe-Gazette, Box 42, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Patterns ready to fill orders im .mediately. For. special handling of brder'via first class, mail include an extra ! 5c; per pattern. | Jyst;:off the; press! The brand new 1954 Spring-Summer Fashion Book isi ; agog from cover to cover jWithl exciting new - season styles .and Ideas for; easy sewing and '·mart; going from, breakfast until ;;ledtimel^In";;col6r','ithis book in:Deludes' up-to-the-last-minute fashion forecasts for .every age, every size, "'·wry' occasion! Yours for only an additional 25c. n. . ' · , · · ' · · . · · . . ' · · . · -- o-- 3Y COUPLE FENTON -- Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes observed their golden wedding anniversary with all their children, grandchildren and one great grandchild present for the occasion. They were married Feb. 23, 1904. Has the Smartest COATS * SUITS ·DRESSES · SPORTSWEAR day. ^ t v l S s * , v i \ V 3 frank Free photo iNORTHwboD -- Miss Jo Ann Sharp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. A., Sharp, Northwood, became the 'bride of Truman Hengesteg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Henge- ;teg, Northwood, at the Methodist Church, Nbrthwood. The double ring Ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. Ulland, Methodist minister from Lake Mills. Wayne Huso sang and Mrs.^John Mchaffey provided organ music The bride was escorted lo the altar by her father. Alice Logeman Northwood, was maid of honor ant junior bridesmaids were nieces o: the bride, Kathy Nelson, North wood, and Jana Martin, Mason City. Bestman was Rodney Henge steg, brother of the bridegroom and ushers were Robert Butler am Donald Hagen. Seventy guests attended a reception held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sharp, following the ceremony. After a 10 day vacation, the couple will be at home at Lake Mills The bride was graduated from N U P T I A L VOWS SPOKEN-Miss Shirley Dirkson, daughter o' Mr , TM, b "° e TM AS graduated from :1 Mrs. Ole Dirkson. G39 Van Burcn fi w 1^TM,TM thn hrMn nf A H ^ ^'a State leachers College, Cc- and Mrs. Ole Dirkson, 639 Van Buren S. W., became the bride of Arlo ,°JVlU *** cb ? rs ,9 olle .S eV G . C - Jaspcrson of Rockwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jasperson of Clear ^,J^' ahm ^ S teach ! !lg m ^ a k c Lake, in the Bethlehem Luthf-rnn Thnroh wh^ro tho T?nv r A win, Mll 's. The bridegroom has just re- ^ake, in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church where the Rev. C. A. Hinz performed the double ring ceremony. Candles and flowers .formed a ^selling, for the exchange of vows and nuptial music was played by Mrs. Hinz. Gordon Schaper sang 'The Lord's Prayer." The bride wore an egg shell colored dress with black accessories and carried an orchid on a white Bible. Her attendant was her sister, Mrs. Lulher Schmidt of St. Ansgar, and Mr. Schmidt was bestman. The Schmidts were married Jan. 8 Talks Given at Meeting of Speakers Forum Toastmistress Club met -- -- ~ " - " Thursday evening in the VFW Club m Bctnl ehcm Church. Walter Dirk- with Mrs. J. Russell Currier presiding and Mrs. · R. J. McEwen giving -the invocation. Mrs. H. M. Bahr was topicmis- tress and topics presented were "Honesty," Mrs. Jacob R. Mag-roses and carnations. nani; "Anger," Mrs. J. L. Westcott'; "Humor," Miss Esther Trail; "Hope," Mrs. Ray G i l l a m ; "Truth," Mrs. McEwen, and '·'Charity," Mrs. Currier. Mrs. Gillam as toastmistress in troduced Mrs. Magnani who gave her prepared talk on "Best Medicine." Mrs. Bahr was general evaluator and Mrs. Westcott, timekeeper. Miss Esther Prall gave the jewel. Guests were Miss Fern Pittenger and Mrs. R. J. Edwards. At the next meeting, March 11 at the VFW Club, the rest of the prepared speeches will be given. Pvt. HoerWeds Nona Ann Larson KIESTER, Minn. ;-- Miss Nona Ann Larson of Minneapolis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Larson of Kiester, nnd Pvt. Jerome Hoel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ingram Hoel of Kiester were married at the Kiester Zion Lutheran Church. The Rev. Howard C. Gravrock read the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Clair Hagen played the traditional wedding marches and accompanied Miss Miriam Anderson of Northfield, and Curtis Reiso of Decorah, who sang. Given in marriage by her father, he bride was attended by Miss Marlenc Challgren of Minneapolis, maid of honor. Al Pieper of Watertown, Wis., was best man. Ushers were Dale Simonson of Emmons, and Curtis Reiso of Decorah. Following a short wedding trip they will live in Colorado where Pvt. Hoel is stationed at Camp Safety Program · to Be on Air Safety will be the theme of a series of radio programs planned Dy the Business and Professional Women's Club health and safety Ia aMUWIVU a . ^ a i l l l , committee, the first to be given Carson. Mrs. Hoel was graduated from Kiester High School and has " «*" *v»^wv*_i 4*1511 UI.JIUUL a u u nab Mayor George Mendon will be been taking a beauty course in the first speaker and his topic will Minneapolis. Pvt. Hoel was gradu- be '"Mate Courtesy Your Code of ated from Kiester High School and o- ., ' . ,, , , has been in the Army the past sev- bimuar talks are planned for eral months March 15 over KGLO and March Piano Practice Club met with Mrs. Leon Woodward Jr., 2524 Ada my S. W., and Miss Erna Stoltenberg spoke on Deems Tay . Snyder. Mrs. M. Scarrow %vas a -- - * j »·»-·» . -in. * .j. AH. wji^cijjuw vvaa a When you are broiling steak, be guest. Next meeting will be with sure to slash the edges of fat to Mrs. Woodward, 1824 S Federal prevent curling. March 10. served as sergeant in the Army. Couples Granted Licenses to Wed NORTHWOOD -- Marriage censes have been issued to Genl[People-T. Henken, 26, Forest City, and ;on acted as usher. The bride's mother wore navy blue with black accessories and the bridegroom's mother was similarly attired. Their corsages were of A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents for about 50 guests. Pink, green and white decorations were used. Miss Pat Huartson was in charge of gifts and Miss Jacquclyn Stokes, cousin of the bride, the guest book. Mrs. M. L. Stokes, aunt of the bride, cut the cake. Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Dirkson and Mrs. Robert Dirkson, sister-in-law of the bride, and Mrs. Elizabeth Pappas, Miss Jacquelyn Stokes and Miss Pat Huartson. After a wedding trip south, the couple will be at home on a farm west of Rockwell. --o-Marlys Wei land Becomes Bride KANAWHA --Miss Marlys Irene Weiland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weiland of Kanawha, and Jerry Lee Peterson, son of Mrs. Carl Peterson and the Jate Carl Peterson of Britt, were married in the Congregational Church in Mason City. Attendants were Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Cooper, cousin of the bridegroom. The bride is a graduate ot Kanawha schools and has been employed at Britt and Kanawha. The bridegroom attended school :n Britt. He is employed at the Lechclt Buick Company in Britt. --o-- WSCS CIRCLE 13 MEETS AT TIPPINS First Methodist WSCS Circle 13 met at the home of Mrs. Art Tip- pjn, 417 East State, Thursday evening with 25 members and guests attending. Mrs. Kenneth Beckman led devotions and Mrs. Everett Wood led in an audience participation program on "A Good Turn Someone Did for Me." Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Gerald Koenig and Mrs. Bill Nicholas. Guests were Mrs. Herbert Marshall and Mrs. Howard Cooper. BOE 1 0 S E A S T S T A T E W A T _ C H - D 1 A M O N D B-O-E Best of Everything Jo Ann Sharp Is Bride of Truman Hengesteg turned from Korea where he FRIDAY Pleasant Ridge Club-8, Leo Oswald home. Immanuel Fellowship-8, Church. SATURDAY l i - F i r s t Christian Young Dorothy Cooper, 20, Manly; Rus sell G. Rosenberg, 23, St. Ansgar, and Kalhryn L. Trettin, 19, G r a f ton; Donald T. Stewart, 21, and Virginia L. Adlis, 19, both of M i n - neapolis; Robert W. Gibson, 48, and Rose May Bell, 29, both of Minneapolis; Lloyd W. Bode, 3-1, Mound, Minn., and Delores E. Nelson, 25, St. Paul, Minn.; Dcwaine L. Persell, 19, and Jacquclyn S. Heleve, 17, Hudson, Wis; Arthur E. Peterson, 29, and Betty A. Johnson, 28, both of Minneapolis; Wayne Seestrom, 19, and Carole Samways, 17, both ctf Minneapolis; Truman Hengesteg, 22, and Jo Ann Sharp, 21, both of Northwood; Lillian Kamps, 51, and Fred Platte 5G, both St. Paul, Minn.; Harold Wolff, 21, Anoka, Minn., and Jo Anne Feldman, 18, Minneapolis; Virgil E. Schulte, 25, Manly and Betty Jean Groh, 24, Mason City; Thomas J. Smith Jr., 21, and Elizabeth M. Johnson, 21, St. Paul; Robert B. Spannbauer, 29, and Patricia Kowitz, 18, both of St. Paul. --o-Movie Showing I son Schedule S t . Joseph M e r c y Alumnae Nurses Association will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Mercy Nurses Home. A short business meeting will be followed by a movie on "Clinical Use of Hyaluronidase." Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting which is for all alumnae of the school. --o-ATHENIAN-CLUB HAS MEETING AT FLEMINGS Athenian Club met Thursday aft ernoon at the home o£ Mrs. E. E Fleming, 503 Pennsylvania S.E. Mrs. George Platts gave current events and Mrs. L. C. Pattee led the lesson on "Gerantology." Is your child a "softie"? A new international study reveals that American children can't compare mtiscttlarly with less privileged European children! Amazing as it seems, our children suffer from a serioua "exercise deficiency"! Try six simple tests on your own child and see if TV, thermostats and the rest of "push-button" living are reducing his chances for a healthy future. Read "How Fit Are Our Children?" in the March Ladies' Home Journal. On newsstands today! C arnaon ti KIDDIE PARTY NINE CARTOONS, STOOGE COMEDY AND AN ANIMAL SHORT SATURDAY MORNING, 9:30 AJVL, FEBRUARY 27th at the STRAND THEATER Your Tops or Caps From Any Carnation Fresh Milk Product TOPS OR r ATX* n-u- ^ Fe ^ ua /y , 27 { h - (HALF-GALLON TOPS WILL COUNT AS 2). i^ro un UAfb (This Does Not Include Labels'or Tops from Carnation Evaporated Milk) SrtA^Tm E A^- q ^ f r o m ' t h e STAG E of the STRAND THEATER and the LUCKY BOY and the LUCKY GIRL turning in the largest amount of 8 ^A^^'iSt^-?? 011 -TM 81 ? MILK PRODUCT wil1 re ceive a SCHWINN BUILT ENG- IKAVt.LbH BICYCLE--fully equipped. ' rOTTArFrHPr^ -- -- DELIVERY SERVICE of CARNATION FRESH MILK, COTTAGE CHEESE or any of the other CARNATION D AIR Y PRODUCTS PHONE 1855 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION At 1529 NORTH FEDERAL Johns Photo MR. AND MRS. HENGESTEG Social Calendar Married .6:30, church basement. Home Builder Class-7:30, Mrs. Ralph Livinglson, 317 8th S.E. --Q-Meeting Is Held by Encampment Mrs. Earl Bitlle, chief malri arch, presided at the meeting of the E n c a m p m e n t Auxiliary Thursday evening in the IOOF Hall with Mrs. Maude Maxson assisting as high priestess. A donation was voted to the can cer drive. Mrs. Gilbert Randall was installed as third watch in a special ceremony. Mrs. Maxson was installing officer and Mrs. A. D. Diercks, district deputy grand junior warden. Plans were completed for a potluck dinner and entertainment at the next meeting with Mrs. H. L. Leake and Mrs. O. C. Guncllach as co-chairman. Refreshments were in charge of Mrs! Maxson and Mrs. Inez Goelz --o-DARLENE MUNSON TO BE MARRIED CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs Oliver Munson announce the engagement of their daughter, Dar- lehe, and Pvt. Ernest Vetter, son oE Mrs. Ben Hess of Floyd, and the late Alfred Vetter. No date has been set for the wedding. Budget Is Jefferson PTA Topic "School Budget" was the discussion topic at the meeting of the Jefferson PTA Thursday at the school. L. II. Shepoiscr, superintendent of the schools, talked on the school budget and his talk was followed by open discussion, led by George H a n n a m n n . Mrs. A. J. It. Stuc- laml introduced Mr. Shepoiscr. The spiritual guidance message was read by Mrs. Paul Morgan, Jeffrey Andresen played two piano selections. Mrs. Fred Andresen presided at the meeting. Refreshments were served by the second grade mothers. --o-Mason Cityans Luncheon Guests Former Mason Cilyans in California got together recently when Mrs. Charles E. Halhorn of La- Crescenta, Calif., entertained at a luncheon at her home honoring Mrs. Lou Adams' and Mrs. Merrill A very who are vacationing there. Guests were Mrs. Adams, Mrs, A very, Mason City; Mrs. Bess Nelson Miller, Mrs. Angie D u n h u m Thompson and Mrs. Fred Brown of Los Angeles; Miss Lou Tyson of Pasadena and Mrs. Bert Avery, of LaCrcscenta. Patriotic decorations were used and antique glass salt cellars containing small cherry branches were at ench place. M i n i a t u r e candelabra with red, white and blue tapers and an arrangement of slock centered the table. Each guest received a camellia corsage. The Hathorns visited Mason City last summer during the Centennial celebration. --o-CIRCLE OF WSCS CONDUCTS MEETING Circle 12 of the First Methodist WSCS met at the home of Mrs. Warren DcVries, 11 Jackson S.W., Thursday night with Mrs. Wayne Wilson and Mrs. M. R. Neely and Mrs. Harry Freeman assisting hostesses. Mrs. Allan Tending led the lesson on penal life with "Who Are the Guilty" as her topic. Mrs. K. L. Phillips had devotions. K e l l u m a r p e t s CHOOSE WISELY WITH KELLUM HOME INTERIORS 22 Ftrtt S. E. 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