Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 26, 1964 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, December 26, 1964
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BONNIE SCHACKO ' Future weddings planned Mr. and Mrs. N o r b e r 1 Schacko of Walters, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie Lou, to Larry D. Trampel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harmen Trampel- ol Thornton. A spring wedding is planned. Miss Schacko is a graduate of K i e s t e r -High School and Mankato Commercial College and is employed by the Albert Lea Federal Savings and Loan Co. Mr. Trampel was gradu- a t e d from Meservey High School and Hamilton College and is with Bertram Cooper CPA in Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Meyer of Buffalo Center announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Arlys, to Lee Alyn Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer of Fairmont, Minn. The wedding will be at the First Baptist Church in Buffalo Center Jan. 9. Miss Meyers is a graduate of the Buffalo Center Community High School and is employed at the Fairmont Railways Motors at Fairmont. Her fiance is en gaged in farming. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Waters of Rockford announce the en gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Judy, to Larry Kirchner of Rudd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kirchner. The wedding will take place Feb. 27 at 10 a.m., at Holy Name Church in Rockford. The approaching marriage of their daughter, Loree Rose, is announced by. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baker of Belmond. She win wed Richard T. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meyer of Belmond. The date of Jan. 23 has been chosen for the ceremony. Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Georgia Ellen Schuler, daughter of Mrs. Sam Schuler of Buffalo Center, and the late Sam Schuler, to Richard M. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown of Nehalem, Ore. Miss Schuler was employed as a nurses aide at the Park Hospital in Mason City. She is a graduate of Buffalo Center Community High School. Mr. Brown is employed at a logging camp at Nehalem. He is a graduate of Neahkahnie High School. The wedding will be held in the First Congregational Church of Buffalo Center. Recipe of the day By Cecily Brownston* WESTERN SANDWICHES Eggs Cooked ham Green Pepper Instant Minced Onion Salt and pepper to taste Butter Buttered Toast For each sandwich, beat 2 eggs slightly and stir in 3 tablespoons diced ham, 2 tablespoons green pepper, 1 teaspoon onion and salt and pepper. Turn each 2-egg mixture into hot butter in a small skillet; cook gently, covered, until egg is firm-. Use as filling for 2 slices of buttered toast. Christmas party held at Riekens Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Riekens for a Christmas party. About 20 members and their families were present. Games were played and carols were sung. Leona and Mary Rea O'Donnell gave a reading, "Lighting the First Christmas Tree." Refreshments were served by Mrs. Riekens and Mrs. S. A. Bemis. New officers will be installed at the next meeting July 25. MEETING IS HELD BY COVENANT MOTHERS Cradle Roll Mothers of t h e First Covenant Church held their December meeting at the home of Mrs. Dennis Rogneu, 1127 2nd SW, after caroling and visiting shut-in members of the church. Mrs. David Carlson read the Christmas story and Mrs. Dean MoUtad, "Ingredients for a Merry Christmas." Refreshments were served by the hostess. ARLYS MEYER GEORGIA SCHYLER JUDY WATERS LOREE BAKER Tobe says Boots, boots boots Boots for winter have become as basic a necessity as sneakers or loafers for summer. ISfo longer a way out fashion extreme, boot? have proven themselves as sources of comfort, warmth' andvgreat practicality. • ; . :-v , . If y. ou already own one pair; you arei'iyi'are of their value as a contribution ifryour shoe Wardrobe But there are still cold weeks ahead. Why'not treat yourself to a belated Christmas present, and choose another pair with, perhaps, .a stacked leather heel or m a color other, than'blafclf, .as for instance; dark green or wine to add a lift to your winter wardrobe Or, if your boots are: not .truly waterproofed, look for a pair of completely watertight boots in the new lizard-print. . V. Apartment new home of couple Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wulf have established their new home at «7 Westview Drive, having moved to Musoa^mm^ City from Cedar Rapids in No vember. Mr. Wulf is an IBM program raer for th* First National Bank. He attended the IBM School at Gale Institute in Min neapolis. Grand Mound is his hometown and Mr. Wulf is from Welton. They, are members of Trinity Lutheran Church. Both like to b o w 1 and Mr. Wulf enjoys golfing. Mrs. Wulf did YWCA work while they lived in Cedar Rapids. Social calendar Write it out- send it in .Only written rtems will be accepted for th* social caltn- dai» Calendar items will not be accepted by phone. Items for the daily, calendar must be in by 9:30 a.m. Items for Saturday calendar must b* in by 4 p.m. Friday. * Monday Grandmothers Club board— 7, Liz Dickinson, Manly. Tuesday Panhellenic— 2 to 4, Mrs. W. F. Gildner, 14 River Heights Drive. Thursday LUGA Club— 2, Mrs. Gail Bailey, 224 6th Place SE. Saturday Mahaska Society— 1:30, June Jackley, 1415 Eastll State. \ REMOVE DECALS To remove decals from walls | or furniture, soak an ordinary ink blotter in water. Press it on the surface over the decal. Allow! to dry thoroughly, then peel off both blotter and decal. New address. .. Mason City OleW C«j«tH, Meten City. la. DM. It, i 1M4 Help from, expert What to wear ur i FOUND THEM — The mailman found Mr. and Mrs. Larry their new address, 67 Westview Drive, and showered them with Christmas cards. Holiday coffees held at nursery Mother Goose .Nursery held its annual holiday coffees at the Adas Israel Synagogue Monday and Tuesday mornings. Mrs. Richard James was hostess to the Monday parents and Mrs. Manley Klinger, the Tuesday group. The children, under the direction of their teacher, Mrs. Willis Colville, sang, recited nursery rhymes and performed finger plays. Their rhythm band played. Mrs. Col- ville spoke briefly to the parents about nursery education. The children presented gifts which they had made to their parents. The assistant teachers are Mrs. Reed Cook and Mrs. Joseph Simon. SEWING SNAPS If you want those snaps that you sew on garments to lay flat and. really stay put, try sewing them on with a buttonhole stitch. Never soak wooden bowls in water Wooden salad bowls should be rinsed quickly in cold water after usage, and rubbed clean with a paper towel. They then should be oiled with a paper towel dip ped in olive or vegetable oil Never soak a wooden salad bowl in water, as it tends to swell the bowl and make the surface uneven. By IVY LEIGH New York Herald-Tribune News Service QUESTION: I need your help. Please answer right away. I am enclosing a self-addressed envelope so that you can rush your answer to me. I am going to buy a dressy winter coat nexl week. I want a dark one, maybe black, with a black fox collar around the shoulders. My prob lem is I'm 5'2" and weigh 140 Ibs., so you can see I'm short and stocky. My other problem is I have a short neck. Can yoi suggest what I should buy? Should I buy a straight, fitted or flared coat? Should I get a coat with a fur collar? I knov I can't wear the fur on the col lar of the coat because my neci is so short. Please give m some suggestions. ANSWER: First let me write once again that I am not allowed to answer letters personally, only in the column. Second, I think you want me to toll you to buy a flared coat with acres of black fox, but I can't. You're right; you shouldn't tuy coat with a fur collar. You'd . ; better off in a simple coat, • traight or with a slight A-flare, " with no collar at all or with a tiny self collar. But cheer up. . That's the smartest kind of; black coat this winter. QUESTION: I am off to Jor- " dan and Jerusalem and then to Aqaba. What should I take for: tourist class weight? : ANSWER: The weather will be coolish with perhaps some rain. You will need a suit, coat, • blouses and ,sweaters, a couple •' of dresses for the evening and" three pairs of shoes . . . one for real walking, one pair of suit, pumps and one pair for evening.: (Unfortunately we cannot answer letters personally but questions of wide appeal will be printed in this column.) FUNERAL CHAPELS Janei Chapel — Murphy Ch»pel Muon CUy. la. — Rockwell, la. 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