Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1949 · Page 14
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North lowan Wed in Des Moines Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Busse who live east of Goodell announce the marriage of their daughter, Margaret Veenstra, to Harry Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Michael of Truro, held Dec. 30 in the chapel of the First Methodist church in Des Moines. The double ring ceremony was performed by the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Beals. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Mildred Busse of Mason City, sister of the bride sang, accompanied on the organ by Miss Vada Eikenbary, Mason City. The bride was attended by Miss Dora Whitney. Harold Michael, brother of the bridegroom, was bestman and ushers were Jerry Sell and Robert Park, cousins of the bridegroom. One hundred guests attended the reception in the church parlors. After a short wedding trip south, the couple will be at home at Truro. + + SOCIETY NEWS + lleen Gaarder Becomes Bride Plans Made of James Torvik at Northwood Itotecf your stockings! A atrip of Cellophane Tape along the back of your galoshes will keep stockings from wearing or streaking. Announcement is made of the* marriage of lleen Gaarder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hilman Gaarder of Kensett, and James Torvik. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bastian Torvik of Decorah, held Dec. 28 in the First Lutheran church at Northwood, the Rev. Alf W. Jorgenson officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father and had her sister, Audrey Jean, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Eileen Mantz of Elma and Sandra Torvik, sister of the bridegroom. Byron Torvik was his brother's bestman and the ushers were Harry Grindeland and Donald Gaarder, brother of the bride; Miss Stella Tenold played the organ and Eldren Brunsvold sang. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Minneapolis, they are at home temporarily in Sherburn, Minn., where the bride is an- instructor in physical education. She is a graduate of Kensett high school and Luther college. The bridegroom who is engaged in the construction business is a graduate of Decorah high school and has attended the State University of Iowa and Luther college. —o— MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT GARNER Garner—Hancock County Clerk Ruth Hughes issued marriage licenses the past week to Gene Huling, 20, Britt, and Ivalan Steven, 20, Corwith; Wayne C Schqenwetter, 22, Garner, and Marie E. Nedved, 18, Garner Francis L. Pitkin, Forest City, and Iris C. Steinfeldt, Clear Lake. • KALC WITHOUT Mei*YKNIN« TRANSPARENT »» aLAlB Buy It At Your Favorite Store Tips on everything From gift wrapping to mending picture frames in our new booklet "Tape It Ea»y!" Send for your free copy todav to Minne- notaMininjc& Mfg.Co.,9C6Fauc]uicr Ave.,St.Paul6.Minn. For Contest in Membership Milwaukee Women's club met Tuesday afternoon at the clubrooms with Mrs. Oscar Larson, president, in charge of the session at which plans for a membership contest were announced. Mrs. Larson explained the contest and said that prizes are being awarded. Those who wish to pay their dues may call Mrs. Bill Blackmarr, 2357. Mrs. W. G. Schrader reviewed "Peace of Mind" by Joshua Liebman. Mrs. C. E. Kemp led community singing, with Mrs. Carl Anderson as accompanist. There were 15 members and one guest present. Hostesses were Mrs. Oscar Larson, Mrs. Marlow Evans and Mrs. Harry Davis. Plymouth Schools Plan Kindergarten Plymouth—The Plymouth school will open a kindergarten beginning Jan. 10. Any child who is 5 years old by Jan. 1, 1949, will be eligible to enter. Miss Marilyn Fromm has been employed to aid Miss Goldie Michalek in teaching both kindergarten and first grade. The beginners will spend the entire day in school, returning home in the bus with the rest of the children. •(**•• Cltr Ol»b«-O»»«lt«, City, la. J aB , 5, 1949 11 I Kirk Photo MRS. JAMES TORVIK TO BE BRIDE—Mr. and Mrs. Leland Leach of Floyd annouce the engagement of their daughter, Vivian, to Kenneth Hoisington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vere Hoisington. Mr. Hoisington is a graduate of the Floyd high school and is employed by the Oliver corporation at Charles City. The wedding date has not been set. Take Over Cafe Fertile—Mr. and Mrs. Verle Miller have taken over the Lime Rock cafe. Ray Bakke has been operator of this cafe for the past 2J years. Rhododendrons and azaleas are not found in the New World south of the United States. CORDUROY eipmg th k MISS ALMA CARLSON TO WED R. SCHMIDT Leland — Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Carlson announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Lois Alma, to Raymond Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt of Nashua, Jan. 9 at Our Saviour's Lutheran church. As soon as saucepans or skillets are emptied of food they should be filled with water and allowed to soak if they are not to be washed at once. BLANCHARD5 omema Ker By Cecily Brownstone THRIFTY DINNER Bones from roast chicken or turkey will make excellent stock to use in soup and gravy. For the soup couple the stock with canned tomatoes and whole-grain corn and plenty of seasonings such as all-spice, freshly-ground pepper, and celery salt. Make the gravy according to the following recipe, if you like, and serve it with slices of leftover turkey or diced chicken over wide cooked noodles. Special Poultry Gravy Ingredients: 3 tablespoons fat, 1/3 cup finely chopped mushrooms, 1 tablespoon finely grated onion, 3 tablespoons flour, 1 cup milk, 1 cup chicken or turkey stock, salt (to taste), dash of freshly-ground pepper, dash of ground ginger. Method: Melt the fat in a saucepan over low heat and add the finely chopped mushrooms and grated onion. Cook, stirring frequently, for 5 to 10 minutes. Add the flour, coating the mushrooms well with it. Remove from heat. Add milk and stock gradually, stirring until smooth after each addition. Return to moderate heat and stirring constantly, cook until thickened and bubbly. Add seasoning to taste and cook and stir for a minute or 2 more. —o—• To make a Mocha Frosting for a fluffy white cake, cream 2 tablespoons of butter or margarine, add a cup of confectioner's 4X sugar and a few tablespoons of strong clear coffee; beat until very smooth and creamy and spread on cake at once. Murphy Winner of 1st Toastmasters Weekly Contest 1 "The Road to Ruin," a discussion of the world's increasing population, was the winning speech for Dave Murphy at the first weekly contest of the annual eliminations for the Mason City club of Toastmasters International Tuesday evening. Lt. A. C. Early discussed "Labor Unions," comparing conditions in Europe with those in this country and suggesting government supervision. The eliminations will continue for 5 weeks through Feb. 1 with the final contest pitting the weekly winners against each other on the evening of Feb. 8. The meetings are held each Tuesday from 6 to 8 p. m. at the Hotel Cerro Gordo. Next week's contestants will be Bob Douglas, Charles Hilton, Dr. R. E. Griswold and Percy Geelhart. Clayton Wornson will act as toastmaster, a duty performed Tuesday evening by Dr. R. O. Masters. Norman Lysne presided. WOMEN who feel caused by functional 'middle-age! Do you gruffer from hot flashes, weak, nervous. Irritable clammy feelings— due to the functional 'middle-age' period peculiar to women (38-52 yrs.) ?Thenootry LydiaE.Plnltham'8 Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! It also has what Doctor* call & stomachic tonlo effect I •LYD1A L PINKKAM'S SSSSS' PINWALE CORDUROY that will make an attractive . . . 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