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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, December 31, 1948
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Business C inic for Women of Iowa Planned Lock Photo MARRIED AT HOLY FAMILY—Miss Betty Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Christensen of Manly, became the bride of James Christen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Christen of Forest City, at the Holy Family church Dec. 28, the Rev. Ivan Boyd officiating. Miss Janet Christen, sister of the bride-*; groom, sang "On This Day, O' Beautiful Mother," "Ave Maria" and "Panis Angelicus," during the nuptial mass. Miss Gertrude Lorenz of Los Angeles, was bridesmaid and Robert Christen, brother of the bridegroom, bestman. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a slipper satin gown with a fitted bodice having a neckline edged with mother of pearl, and a long train. She carried white carnations. The maid of honor was attired in yellow with a fitted taffeta bodice and a full net skirt. She carried Talisman roses. Ushers were' Don Graham of Forest City and Dick Christen, brother of the bridegroom. Acolytes were Mike Ryan and Roy Hutson. A reception was held at the Hotel Hanford following the rcre- mony and the couple left for Greeley, Colo., where the bridegroom, will complete his college work. Guild Names Mrs. McKibben as New Head Officers for the coming year were elected by the Central Lutheran guild at a meeting Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors, Mrs. Earl McKibben being named president. Mrs. Edwin Beneke was elected vice president, Mrs. L. J. Norris, secretary, Mrs. H. I. Quandahl, treasurer, and Mrs. Larry Bryan, member ex-officio. Installation will take place at the January meeting. "The Christmas City of America, Bethlehem, Pa.," was discussed by Mrs. Boyd Walters. Mrs. Walters lived at Allentown, Pa., a short distance from Bethlehem, when she was a child and in recent years has again visited the community. Her talk included personal experiences in connection with the traditional Moravian Christmas customs. Mrs. E. W. Schilling led devotions. Mrs. Robert Schultz accom- panied'by Mrs. O. C. Sorlien, played a violin solo, "Largo" by Handel. Mrs. Sorlien reported that *a Christmas box of 55 gifts, contributed by the guild and groups, had been sent to the old folks at the Tabitha home in Lincoln, Nebr. Mrs. McKibben reported for the visiting committee and Mrs. Sorlien for the corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sivert Rivedal and Mrs. D. K. Lundberg were appointed to the visiting committee for January. Mrs. C. V. Dietz reported on the growth of the Memorial organ fund. A potluck dinner was planned for the night of the annual meeting in January. Refreshments were served by Mrs. J. G. Hanson and Mrs. A. J. Ask. Hostesses for the January meeting will be Mrs. B. J. Dittke and Mrs. Edwin Beneke and the topic will be "Stewardship" by Mrs. D. K. Lundberg. Mi*on CUT Globe-G»i»U«, Mis«n City, U. Dec. SO, 31, 1948 MASON CITY FOOTBALL STAR WEDS—Miss Mitzi Ann Creglow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Creglow of Clinton, became the bride of Al DiMarco, son of Alfonso DiMarco, 705 12th N. W., at a ceremony performed Tuesday in St. Irenaeus church in Clinton by the Rev. E. F. Jackson, pastor. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. R. P. Murphy, Mason City, and the Rev. Wilbert* Sondag, assistant pastor of St. Ir-' enaeus, were in the sanctuary. Mrs. Harold A. Shaw was the organist and Miss Kate Smith and Mrs. Robert Thill of Dubuque, cousins of the bride, were vocalists. Onsager-Horan Wedding Js Held Decorah—At the Pontoppidan Lutheran church in Glenwood township, Miss Lucille Alice Hpran, daughter of Mrs. Clem Dinger, and Marvin Onsager, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Onsager, were married by the Rev. Peter F. Kjorlaug. Attending the bride were Mrs. Henry Ganrud, matron of honor, Lila Ragen, Donna Lue Teslow and Mrs. Robert Krupa, bridesmaids, and Donna Rae Einch and Radine Gilbertson, junior bridesmaids. Becky Sue Krupa was flower girl. The bridegroom's attendants were Nathan Onsager, bestman, Henry Gansrud, Robert Krupa and Alton Lovstuen, ushers. Robert Aim was ring bearer. A reception for 75 guests was held at the home of the bride's mother following the ceremony. The bride has been employed in Decorah, and the bridegroom is engaged in farming in Glenwood township where they will reside. He was in service with the army 3i years. Apples, stuffed with whole cranberry sauce and baked, are delicious served with turkey or other fowl. Choose small apples, cover Russell Photo GRAFTON WEDDING —Miss Bonnie Jean Bartz, the daughter of- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bartz, of Grafton, and Elmer La Vern Schultz, the son of Mrs. Hazel Schultz of Grafton, were married at the Emmanuel Lutheran church, Dec. 26, by the Rev. Conrad J. Buehler. Miss Betty Bart, a sister of the bride, served as maid of honor and Miss Dorothy Diedrich was bridesmaid. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bridegroom was attended by his brothers, Lowell and Glenn Schultz. Mavis Braun and Phyllis Hartwig acted as flower girls and Shervin Braun served as ring bearer. Richard Bartz and Eugene Merkel were the candle- lighters and William Rappath and Everett Braun the ushers. During the ceremony Harold Boettcher and Miss Jane Buechele sang. Miss Elsbeth Hackbart played the organ. A reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Grafton. H eiping omema rh k e er The bride was ..Hired in a white satin gown made c princess lines with a yoke of Alfc ;on lace and a court length train. Her silk illusion veil was held by a tiara trimmed with seed pearls and she carried a shower of white roses. The maid of honor was Miss Joan Schwab of Davenport and the bridesmaids were Miss Ladon- / Day Session Is Scheduled at Des Motnes Small businesses will be studied and discussed at a "Small Business Clinic" to be sponsored by the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs Jan. 16 at the Fort Des Moines hotel, Des Moines. The clinic will be open to al Iowa women who are interested in attending, and the sponsorship i jointly shared by the B. P. W.'s and the vocational education division of the Iowa department of public instruction and Supt. Jessie Parker, the State University of Iowa, College of Commerce, Bureau of Business and Economic Research, C. Woody Thompson, director; Drake university, college of commerce and finance, Dean L. E. Hoffman; Iowa Development commission. Rodney Q. Selby, director, Iowa State college, Ames, Co-operative extension service, R. Mildred • Nelson, extension nutritionist; the Convention bureau, the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, Arthur H. Brayton, Martha Duncan of WOI. . The Hon. Jane H. Todd, deputy commissioner of the department of commerce of New York, and chairman of New York's Women's council, will be the luncheon speaker. Miss Todd's work in New York is concerned with a small business program. The clinic will open at 8:30 a. m. and luncheon will be served at noon. Ruth Margaret O'Kelley Wed to Harley P. Clemens Iowa Falls—Miss Ruth Margaret* O'Kelley, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. Lloyd T. O'Kelley of Iowa Falls, became the bride of Harley P. Clemens, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Clemens of Dumont, Dec. 28, in the First Congregational church in Iowa Falls, the Rev. Fred H. Schott, pastor of the church officiating in the presence of 150 guests. Miss Doris O'Kelley, sister of the bride, sang, accompanied by Mrs. J. William Thalman, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Attending the couple were the bride's sister, Doris, maid of honor; Mrs. Gustav Maifield of Dumont, bridesmaid; with Floyd Clemens of Dumont as his brother's bestman, and Gustav Maifield, Raymond O'Kelley, brother of the bride, and Edward Richards of Fort Madison, ushers. Mrs. Clemens attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls 2 years, and was graduated from the University of Iowa last year. She has taught at Dumont and Fort Atkinson, and is teaching in the high school at Zearing. Mr. Clemens served 3 years with an engineer corps during World war II, and spent some time in the Pacific. He is a senior engineering student at Iowa State college. na Pannkuk of Laurens and Mrs. G. DiMarco, Mason City, sister- in-law of the bridegroom. Miss Louetta Bright of Clinton was a junior bridesmaid. They were attired in white taffeta and carried white muffs clasped with red poinsettias. Eacb-wore red gloves. Henry Mataloni of Mason City was the bestman and ushers were Alfred Mataloni, Mason City, and Thomas Langill of Wilmette, 111. A breakfast was served in the Lafayette hotel following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will be at home in Iowa City. the pan but baste during the baking. occasionally Best-Known home remedy to relieve miseries ot child's cold RUB:ON WAIT-WAIT Nashua—The marriage of Olive Wait and Orin Wait has just been announced. They were married Dec. 9 in the Methodist church at Greene. The couple was attended by the bridegroom's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Speedling. Immediately after the wedding, a dinner was held in their honor at the Speedling home. —o— A quarter pound of grated soft yellow cheese may be added to two cups of medium white sauce. Stir the sauce over low heat until the cheese is melted, then use as a dressing for vegetables. By CECILY BROWNSTONE SUPPER FOR TWO Tomato Juice Cocktail With Celery Salt Creamed Ham Dish Baked Sweet Potatoes Cabbage Salad With French Dressing Baked Apple Slices With Cream Beverage CREAMED HAM DISH (For 2) Ingredients: 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 2 tablespoons flour, J- medium-sized green pepper (about'J cup diced), 1 cup milk, 1 cup cubed cooked ham, J cup cooked green peas, salt, (about i teaspoon), dash of freshly ground pepper, buttered toast. Method: Melt butter or margarine in a saucepan over low heat; add green pepper and cook for 5 to 10 minutes, stirring frequently. Add flour and mix thoroughly. Remove from heat, and add milk gradually, stirring until sauce is smooth after each addition. Return to moderate heat and cook, stirring constantly, until thickened and bubbly. Add ham, green peas, salt and pepper to taste and heat, stirring frequently. Serve hot over buttered toast. BOBST-ELLIOTT Bristow—Miss Donna Jean Elliott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Elliott of Bristow, became the bride of Maurice Bobst, son of George Bobst of Mason City in the Little Brown church near Nashua Dec. 25. The couple was attended by Rollan Bobst, brother of the bridegroom, and Mrs. F. L. Hanscom of Nashua. The Rev. F. L. Hanscom read the service and Mrs. Hanscom played nuptial music. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bobst will reside in Mason City where PLUMAGE ABL£ B€0£CKS he is employed plant. at the Decker LADY LOU CIRCLE 8 CONDUCTS MEETING Lady Lou circle 8 of the M. O. L. B. met Wednesday with Mrs. Wayne Angell. It was announced that $5 had been given to the Eaton Rapids hospital for Christmas. Gifts were exchanged and 500 was played. The hostess served refreshments. The next meeting will be with Myrtle Pinta on Jan. 26. Kirk photo OSAGE BRIDE—Viola Hubbard, daughter of Mrs. Fred J. Hubbard, became the bride of Earl Garrison, Osage, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Garrison, Clarksville, Dec. 26, at the First Methodist church, the Rev. C. D. James officiating. Mrs. Vic Husting played the organ, with Mrs. Olaf Staff as vocalist. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Dale, Mason City. Marcella Hubbard, Mason City, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Bestman was Gale Garrison, Waterloo, cousin of the bridegroom, and ushers included brothers of the bridegroom, Theodore and William Garrison, Clarksville. A reception was held in the Methodist church parlors for 150. The couple left for a wedding trip, and will live, temporarily, at the bride's home, in Osage. The bride is employed at Gilles' grocery in Osage. Mr. Garrison is employed at Bartsch's Electric supply in Osage. Pour a little maple syrup and melted butter or margarine over sliced cooked sweet potatoes and bake uncovered in a moderate oven; baste several times during JEANETTE HANSON TO WED JAN. I Bode — Mr. and Mrs. Mandius Hanson announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeanette, and Merle N. Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Carlson of Ogden. The wedding will take place in the Bode Lutheran church, Jan. 1. Mason City an s Song Is Aired in 'Broadcast "Were You Not Mine," a song written by a Mason City woman, Mrs. Irene Waldmoe, 816 Monroe N. W., in collaboration with Fred E. Sharp of Whitman, Mass., was broadcast over radio station WEDO, McKeesport, Pa., on the "Song Preview" program Thursday at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Waldmoe wrote the lyric for the song and Mr. Sharp the melody and the song's recognition came through the United Mifeic Amateur club of which both are members. Mrs. Waldmoe has been a member of this club for 3 years and this is her first venture to meet with success. Her lyric was published 111 the club's bulletin and Mr. Sharp received permission to write the melody for it. Through the United Music Amateur club, many amateur composers are finding success in the broadcasting field. Broadcasting Music, Inc., a song publishing organization owned by America's radio stations, has pledged its support to the club. BMI will examine and give consideration to songs recommended by the club. Club songs which have already been featured on the air include "Don't Wait Too Long," "My Saddle, My Bronco and You," and others. HOLIDAY GUESTS Rock Falls — Those visiting in Rock Falls for the holidays are Pvt. Richard Borchardt at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Borchardt, and Pvt. Frederic Lair who is visiting at the home of his .-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lair. Mr. and Mrs. K. Jerome Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Wilkinson. —o— Miss Nedved Weds W. Schoenwetter Garner — Miss Marie Nedved, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Nedved of Garner, and Wayne Schoenwetter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schoenwetter, Garner, were married Dec. 28 at the St. Boniface Catholic church in Garner, by the Rev. M. J. Manternach. Mrs. Melvin Albprn, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and Melvin Alborn, bestman. A reception for the immediate families was held at the Hull Cafe dining room. The couple will reside in Garner. WHITE-MELLOTT Hampton—Word has been received of the marriage of Miss Shirley Mellott of Kansas City, daughter of George Mellott, Hampton, and William White, which took place at Calvary Baptist church, Kansas City, Dec. 10. The bride, a graduate of Hampton high school, is employed in the treasury disbursing office, and BITS ABOUT 'EM t The Misses Agnes Compton and Carol Starr, 211 Indiana S. E., have returned from Dayton, Ohio, where they spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. John Haaheim and family. From there they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Robsing to their home at Fort Knox, Ky., for a short visit. They made the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harrison and daughters, Mary Ann and Virigina, have returned to their home in Burlington after spending the holidays with Mr. Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harrison, 124 13th N. E., and other relatives. MRS. HARLEY CLEMENS Golden Wedding Plans Are Made Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Gorton will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Jan. 1, with open house at the Herbert Mewes home from 1 until 5 p. m. Elizabeth McNeish and Fred Gorton were married Jan. 1, 1898. They farmed 2£ miles west of Kanawha until March, 1925, when they moved to their present location, 2 miles north and one mile west of Kanawha. There are 5 children, Mrs. Jessie Mewes, Mrs. Avril Thompson, and John Gorton, all of Kanawha, and Allen Gorton of Kellogg, and Merrill Gorton of Los Angeles, Cal. There are 10 grandchildren. the bridegroom is employed by General Motors at Kansas City where they will live. —o— Cooked rice makes a delicious stuffing for roast chicken when it is mixed with plumped raisins, poultry seasoning, and a little finely chopped onion and celery. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Kiely of Chicago spent Thursday in Mason City with Mrs. W .F. Coonan, 512 Massachusetts S. _JS., enroute to Emmetsburg to attend the wedding of Patricia Ryan and Don LaVigne of Chicago. _ —o— OFFICE EMPLOYES ARE ENTERTAINED Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mackin and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sprengeler entertained the office employes of the Farm and Town Lumber Yard, the Mason City Builders Exchange and the Osage Lumber company at dinner at the Troika Wednesday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nixa, William Nixa and Betty Held, Osage; Messrs, and Mmes. N. J. Nixon, George O'Connor, Merlin Ziegler, Lyle Merfeld, Carl Horsen and Terry Wallace. An excellent sauce for Brussels Sprouts is quickly made by melting a quarter cup of butter or margarine and allowing it to brown lightly over low heat; then add two tablespoons of cider vinegar and pour over a quart of the sprouts that have been cleaned and cooked. With Fishtai 2403 SIZES 12 -40 If you want to hold a cream sauce before using be sure to cover the saucepan that contains it. This will help to keep a skin 1 from forming on the top. ATTEND WEDDING Belmond—Mrs. Frank Quigley and daughter Viola and Pat Nelson left Tuesday for St. Paul to attend the wedding of Mrs. Quigley's daughter Lorraine to John A. Sparks of St. Paul, which took place Thursday morning at St. Paul's Cathedral, St. Paul. BLACK, , W/rV£ 6R6EN Dotty Dunn 104 North Federal BLANCHARD5 OFFICERS ELECTED West Union—Mrs. Melvin Helgerson was elected president of the Junior Ladies' Aid society of Zion American Lutheran church at the annual meeting. Other officers are Mrs. Ed Malek, vice- president; Mrs. Wesley Morse, secretary, and Mrs. Emil Raim, treasurer. —o— To arrange an extra-special salad fill a large wooden salad bowl with a variety of greens: lettuce, romaine, curly endive, escarole, watercress. Circle the outside edge with thin slices of cucumber and sprinkle finely crumbled Roquefort cheese over the center. Toss with a well-seasoned French dressing just before serving. Girls Demonstrate Stilson—The girls' 4-H club met in the home of Marjorie Terhart for a home demonstration meeting with Mrs. Elmer Doughan and Mrs. Joe Geibel as leaders. The meeting was in the nature of a Christmas party and exchange of gifts. Audrey Leerar is club reporter. Leaves for Texas Cresco—L. H. Erdahl of Cresco has gone to Mission, Texas, to spend a month with Mrs. Erdahl and their family there. Mrs. Erdahl has been overseeing the operation of Mr. Erdahl's fruit grove near Mission with the assistance of their sons, Milford and Le Mar. Mrs. Erdahl will accompany Mr. Erdahl back to Cresco. .—o— A simple cocktail sauce for seafood is made by combining catchup, chili sauce, lemon juice and horseradish; chill well before serving. IT'S ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IO4 Shirred eggs, chicken livers and scalloped tomatoes make a delicious main course for a party luncheon. Let a tossed green salad, hard rolls and butter, dessert and a beverage complete the menu. The dessert might be an apple cobbler with hard sauce or fresh pears baked with spices and brown sugar. This frock's fishtail peplum does it—gives you that fashionable back interest you're looking for this season! Finish with either long, three-quarter or cap sleeves —ail are included in the^ pattern. No. 2403 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38 and 40. Size 16, 3$ yds. 39-in. Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Address and Style Number. State Size desired. You can still obtain a copy of the FALL-WINTER FASHION BOOK, but better order immediately. This is an extra large edition showing over 200 pattern styles, easy to make designs for all ages and occasions. Let this book show you how to freshen up your mid-sea- sou wardrobe with smart blouses, skirts, jumpers, jerkins, as well as all the smart tricks of fashion in dresses and suits. Price just 20c a copy. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y^ ADD MONTHS fun to broken toy ng them with strong, firm-holding "Scotch" Tap. SUSP aw SCOTCH i^-TAPB KAL« WITM«UT MMCTKNIM TNANCPAfllNT »• •!.**• Buy It At Your Favor lit Store » Tip* on everything from gift wrapping to mending nihlnK rod* in our new booklet "Tip* It Ea»y." Send for your free copy today. Minneeot* Mining * Mff. Co., Mfl Fauquiw Avc.,St.P«ul6, Minn, so A new version of the famous Suspants—for those who like a real brief style. It's saucily trimmed with lace and has the garter tabs that enable you to keep your stockings up wrinkle free by just inserting the garters. Wear it as a regular brief too on stockingless occasions. Made of runproof rayon for figures in dress sizes 9/10 to 17/18. black, tearoM 26-28 East State

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