Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 30, 1948 · Page 12
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 30, 1948
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H elping the omema ker By Cecily Brownstone WEEKDAY DINNER ' If baked ham was on your p?ni Stm ? s rncnus us e the bone to pod advantage in an old-fashioned split pea soup. Serve croutons, toasted in butter or margarine, with the soup; or, to ring a change, pass u bowl of crisp Chinese noodles instead of croutons and let the family help themselves. HAM BONE SPLIT PEA SOUP Ingredients: 10 cups ot hoiling water, bone from butt end of half a smoked ham, 1 small onion (coarsely diced), 1 cup coarsely cut celery leaves, 1 teaspoon salt (about), dash of freshly ground Pepper, 1 pound quick-cooking green split peas. Method: Add ham bone to boil- Ing water in a large kettle or saucepan along with onion, celery leaves, salt, pepper; reduce heat but keep simmering. Rinse split peas in colander or strainer and add to kettle. Cover and boil over moderate heat for about U hours, stirring occasionally so pens will not scorch or stick. Remove ham bone and rub mixture through Bieve or food mill. Serve very hot. 6 to 8 servings. Note: If soup is thicker than your family prefers it dissolve a bouillon cube in i to 1 cup boiling water and add; or dilute with milk. New 6-Cenfr Airmail Stamp Available Here After Jan. 18 Pictured here is the new 6-cent irmail stamp which the postoffice nnounces will replace the present —o— NEFZC-ER-WAREHAM West Union—Announcement of •the marriage of Miss Chm-leen Wareham to Dale W. Nefzgcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nefzger, Fayette, is being made by her mother, Mrs. Ida Wareham. The wedding was held Dec. 11, at Chicago, in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Dora Schwestka. The couple will live at Fayette, but will continue to work in West Union. The bride is receptionist and typist at the Medical Clinic here and the bridegroom is employed with the Capitol Tobacco company. YOUR . and your HEALTH Every function of the livin body is directly and indirectly under the control of the nerve system. Since the nerves radiate to all parts of the body from the spinal cord, they mus pass between the bones of the spine in order to reach their destination. Because of this close relationship to the spine it is obvious that any derangement or malalignment of vertebrae of the backbone no only throws the entire supporting skeletal system out of kilter, with resulting stresses and strains on all organs, but it interferes with the normal func tion of the nerve system. Thi twofold impairment to the bodj saps the very foundations o health. Dr. W. C. Grainger CHIROPRACTOR 6 North Washington Ave. Mason City, Iowa -center an. 1. which becomes outdated AIR MAIL 6* ,. depicts a plane in The n e w 6- center is red a n d DC-4 flight. It will go on first day sale Jan. 18, 1949 at Washington, D. C., nd soon thereafter at the local postoffice. Collectors desiring first day can- ^ellations of this stamp may send is many as 10 self-addressed en- elopes to the postmaster at Washington, D. C., together with money jrder or postal note remittance to :over the cost of the stamps to be ffixed. K. C/s Homecoming Party Well Attended Despite Snowstorm Despite (he .stormy weather a airly large crowd attended the annual homecoming and stag larty o£ Knights of Columbus icld for members at the K. C. hall Tuesday night. Entertainment consisted of a number of acts by several youth- 'ul performers who were highly applauded for talented perform- HERE and THERE Hayfieid—Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Logan and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Iverson of Bricelyn, Minn., went to Murray to spend Christmas with the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Coons, who on that day celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Four of the 6 children were present. Goodcll — Mr. and Mrs. Tony Boiler and Mr. and Mrs. Don Nolan and 2 daughters of Waterloo spent the fore part of this week in the parental Anton Boiler home. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Monson and daughter of Bradgate spent the holiday with her mother, Mrs. Eunice Nelson, who is recovering from a fall on an icy roadway i\ week ago. St. Ansgar — Miss Helen Jean Houg, who teaches in Pueblo, Colo., is spending her holiday vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Houg, in St. Ansgar. Corwith — Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle and family of Mobridge, S. Dak., are visiting Mrs. Clapsaddle's mother, Mrs. Oma Jacobs. Kanawha—Owen Olson, who is a member of the teaching faculty at West Liberty, spent his vacation in the parental Ollie Olson home. Brisfow—Guests in the William Sidmore home at a Christmas party and dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Krwin .Sidmore rind T.nrry oi Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Crotty and family of Hampton and Mrs. Cora Hershey of Dumont. Corwith—Mr. and Mrs. W. G. NEWS of RECORD Realty Transfers llulibard. II. Eugene and Vlrta E., to Alvhi II. Minoart and Alary E., JI ten., SI. (WU) Lot :(, IHk. IS, Parker's 4th Add. to M. City, I'^-IG-IK. National Life Company, to Raymond J. Gruficti and AJlee I., $13,-,'OU, (tt'D) NHM'i •J»-!M-1«, K'-o-IK. MeCulloch, Crete hen, to Donald L. Murl, S). (\VU) Lot 21. Btk. 4. West Haven. Add. to Mason City, 12-20-48. Randall, G. S. and Helen L., to David E. Knntiall. SI, <S\VL» Lot 10 In Blk ances. Opening dance by number was Mary Beth tap Sartor, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Sartor. This was followed by a whistling act by Miss Billy Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Jackson. Next, Kay and Pat Lannon, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Lannon, put on a tap dancing act. The program concluded with a singing and whistling act by Jerry Jackson, sister of Billy. Donna Jean Sartor was accompanist for all the performers. Benevolence Lodge Installation Will Be S-ield on Jan. 6 Benevolence Lodge No. Mb will hold installation of officers who are to serve in 1949 at its regular communication meeting on Thursday evening, Jan. 6. Preceding the meeting a dinner will be served at 6:30 p ; m. followed by a brief program/honoring the members who were raised the past year and the past masters of the lodge. Members are asked to make dinner reservations with Herb Ohrt by Jan. 3. Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET 12, in K. Young's Sul>d.. V-J-Ki-48. Pence, Richard D., t« L,. G. I'ence, SI (Love and Affection) (WD> Lot M, Blk. !n R. S. Young's Subd., I'i-'JS-JS. Shoop, Claude S. and Blanche E.. to Cecil W. Shoop and Marie C., jt. ten. S!, <WI» Lot -1 In I). F. Witt's Ileplat of K. 11(1 feet of Lot 1 and W. 1« rods of Lot 2 in SW'.i SE'i NW',1 18-Sfi-21 12-27-48. Haiics. Sam and Rose B., (o Carl Stein SI. <\VD» part of Lot 1 in 1. R. Kirk's Iteplat, South Mason City, Iowa, 12-18--1S I'latts, G. E. and Gertrude E., to William J. Platts and Mildred Jane, jt ten., SI, (WD) Lot 10, R 1 k. 2, Eas Park Place Add., to M. City, 12-8-48. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr and Mrs. Mcarl Schrivcr, 40;i 13th S. E. Wednesday. Fire Calls Erdman and daughter left for a trip to Albuquerque, N. Mex., where they will visit the Dr. P. E. Walley and also visit Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Risvold at Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Vernon Stude of Kanawha accompanied them. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mahn and Judith spent Sunday at Plymouth with relatives, the Carl Godfreys. Wesley—Holiday visitors in the Julius Matz home were the Curtis Andersons of Clarion, the Oswald Lalliers of Algona, the Ernest Kelches of Des Moines and the Julius Kelch family of Superior. Geneva—Miss Beatrice Bourquin returned to Chicago Monday ! after a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bourquin and brother, Dean Bourquin. Goodell—Jean Evans of Mason City is visiting this week in the home of her sister, Mrs. Ra3'mond Hofer. Wesley—Rose Mary and Eileen Ryan are spending the holiday vacation with their grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Lacey, of Boone. Geneva — Christmas guests in the Edward O'Brien 'home were Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly of Des Moines, Miss Virginia Patterson of Melrose, Bernard O'Brien of Cedar Falls and Harold O'Brien of Mason City. Eagle Grove—Pfc. Lyle Amonson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Amonson, who has spent 18 months in service, has received his honorable discharge and is now at the home of his parents here. Geneva—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Haggin of Marshalltown and son, Richard Haggin, seaman 2/c, of San Diego, Cal., were recent guests of relatives and friends here. Swaletlale—Dorothea Meier, student nurse at the Deaconness hospital at Marshalltown, spent several clays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Meier, and family. Aredale — Warren Zimmerman, who teaches in Eldora, is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Zimmerman. Spillville—Mr. and Mrs. Victor 3ina have moved into their newly residence. At 3:12 p. m., Tuesday to 819 Madison X. W., home of John Keeker. Bolle overheated. At 8:25 ]>. m., Tuesday to (I0[> N. Mafll son, home of Louis 1'age. Electric moto on forced air heating system burned out At 11:«B p. m., 410 5lh S. W., 1>. Sampson, occupant. Chimney burned out At 8:10 a. m., Wednesday, car fire In front of 1017 S. Federal.. Fire aroun carburetor of car belonging to Jac Martin, 'J0t Hth N. E. Police Court Disorderly Conduct—Wayne Radcllf I Stfn Madlsun N. W., sentenced to 3 day in jail. Careless Driving—Thomas Ileddin Garner, fined $100 nnd casts. Annie Bower Rites Held at Church; Burial in Elm wood Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Bower, 61, who died Thursday, were held at St. John's Episcopal church, with the Rev. A. E. Pritchett, rector of the church, officiating. Mrs. R. E. Patton played ob- sequial music on the organ. Mrs. R. J. Edwards and Mrs. Ray Whorley were in charge of flowers. Members of the V. F. W. Auxiliary attended in a body. Pallbearers were John Pinta, Robert Rish, Elmer Zeigler, Harold Sykes, Vernon Proctor and Reece Henderson. Interment was at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. . Mason CUy Glob«-G*i*tt*. M««n City, In. Dec. 29, 1948 ACKLEY WOMAN DIES Ackley—Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Reka Grussing, 69, at the Open Bible church at Iowa Falls. The Rev. Harold Dorrance officiating. She died Monday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Rudolph Meints, southwest of town. She leaves a son, George, 2 sisters and 4 brothers. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery at Ackley. Chamber Elects New Hampton—A. R. Morse Monday night was elected president of the New Hampton Chamber of Commerce succeeding Tim Donovan. Wayne Bieber was elected vice president; Walter J. Kennedy, treasurer; A. C. Schmidt, secretary. ' 40-FATHOM Marriage Licenses Sherman Deloy Ward, 23, and Ruth Darlene Thlclen, 17, both of Mason City; Mike O'lSrlen, S3, and Irene Folkestad, 4(1, both of Albert Lea; Kou Roy Cerncy, lr., ".I, and Marjorie Jane Grlppen, 22, L.a Crossc, WIs.; Gordon W. Cowan, :U, Minneapolis, and Mclba Hefgcstad, 2!>, Mason City; LeRoy Tweed, :fi, Joice, and Healrice Lysnc, .'it, Mason City. New Car Sales Sinjrcr Sewing Machine Co., 12S N. Federal, Dodge truck; C. J. and Emma G. Fox. Clear Lake, Mercury; Oscar C. F. Stoltcnberg, route ", Mercury; A. M. Geer, Rockwell, Ford; General Mills, Inc., 821 S. Federal. Ford truck; Balduf-Ilaw- ley. Inc., ti^li S. Federal, Studcbaker truck; Doris E. Marklcy, I'M Connecticut S. E., Uuick; Forrest I). Blakcsley, 121 Connecticut N. E., Ford. St. Anssar—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lautenbach of Pclla were recent guests at the home of Mr. ^nd Mrs. L. J. Vandermyde. MISERIES. Water Heaters for Every Farm Use Oil Burning TANK HEATERS 5 and 8 Gal. Cap. ELECTRIC CHICK WATERERS FAST-WAY PORTABLE WATER HEATER Ideal for use In the milk house or other places about the farm where hot water is needed for cleaning purposes. FAST — INEXPENSIVE — HANDY Boomhower Hardware TYLER-RYAN Pre-lnventory Stock NOW ON Save On Furniture Rugs — Appliances For Your Home Clear Lake News Larry LaGue 7 s Santa Glaus Letter Wins Clear Lake—A. W. Schuliz, president of the Chamber of Commerce, announced the winners on the "Letters to Santa Claus" Wednesday. The first, prize for $3 goes to Larry LziGue: 2nd for S2 to Gary Lyle Edwards, and the 3rd for $1 to Darrell Weaver. The first prize letter is as follows: Dear Santa Claus: Will you please bring me a pair of cowboy boots and ice skates; also my dog a big, big soup bone. Love, Larry LaGue, 404 E. South. Second prize: Dear Santa: How is Mrs. Claus? I would like a carpenter set. Don't forget to look in the kitchen. Love, Gary Lyle Edwards, 402 S. 4th. Third prize: Dear Santa: I want a bb gun. 1 will have a "surprise" for you. Would you bring my brother a zipper notebook? Would you bring my grandmother a new hat? Thank you and a Merry Christmas From Darrell Weaver, Clear Lake, Iowa. STARTS IKSTANTLY-WORKS FOR HOURS Best-known home remedy to relieve distress of children's colds is VIcks VapoRub. Its relief-bringing action starts the moment you rub it on throat, chest nnd back— works 2 ways at once— even as he sleeps! 40-FATHOM «g BAKED FILLETS | PIQUANT J 2 packages 40-Fathom Cod ""i or Haddock Fillets, thawed X- 2 tablespoons malted butter "J^ 1 tablespoon lemon Juice "c* 2 teaspoons minced onion •*) % teaspoon salt J; 3g teaspoon pepper -C 1 tablespoon chopped parsley i*£ 1. Cut fillets in serving pieces <? and arrange in greased shal- 5~ low baking dish. C^r 2. Combine butter, lemon vi? juice, onion, salt, and pep- '«X per; pour over fish. 5 3. Bake in hot oven (400°F.) 5 25 minutes, or until done. ^ Sprinkle with parsley and •? serve at once. Makes 4 to 6 ^r servings. x- PERK UP YOUR MEALS! 40-Fathom's ocean tang and sea- breeze freshness are all yours . . . because they're sealed in by quick- freezing right at the water's edge. Never a hint of "fishy" odor! Economical too! They're all meat, boned for no waste. Get your 40-Fathom favorites (ocean perch, cod, haddock, etc.) at your grocer's today; A PRODUCT OF GENERAL FOODS Boy Scout Troop 30 Plans Weekend Hike Clear Lake—Boy Scout Troop 30 met Tuesday evening at junior high school with Lester Nichols in charge of opening, closing and games. The contest ended that evening with Roger Treu's patrol winning. Plans were made for the winners to go on a weekend hike after school Jan. 7 and stay for the 8th. A study period followed. Chuck Miller is scoutmaster. Tussy Wind and Weather Lotion Regular $ l size bottle now only Large $2 size now SI • Hit) UUIIIC 50 Economy carton (6—$1 size bottles) for only $3. all prrcet plus fax • iot>lhe$ rough, chopp«dhandl • creamy-smooth ... fragrant • softens skin from head to tOfl • protects ogoliwt weath«p exposure • guards against complexion dryness • doubles as a make-up foundation Come in or phone today! Safe for limited fi'meofi/yJ ACROSS FROM THE PARK AFTER-CHRISTMAS SAVINGS GALORE! IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THROUGHOUT THE STORE! NEW WINTER DRESSES REG. 19.95 VALUES • NEW FABRICS SMART NEW STYLES • ALL SIZES WINTER Coats and Suits $ REG. 59.95 VALUES 28*38 • GABARDINES • WORSTEDS • ALL COLORS • NEW STYLES CLEARANCE ITEMS! BETTER HANDBAGS £? 0 'V.,,,., K „ FABRIC CLOVES 138 $.,«,.... 88c. B «, 1.88 WOOL SKIRTS 5 ' 95 to 10.95 Values, SLACKS WOOL AND GABARDINE. 5.95 to 10.95 Valu« 4*88 and 6.88 4*88 and 6*88 BETTER SWEATERS ifo 10 ™.- H OFF BETTER SILK GOWNS SLIPS CREPE AND SATIN Regular 3.95 Values 2.88 SALE OF CHILDREN'S ITEMS! GIRLS' SWEATERS 7 to 14 Sizes. Values to 4.95 ZtSSand 3*88 CHILDREN'S PAJAMAS 1 to 6 Sixes. 2.39 Values , 148 GIRLS' WASH DRESSES Sizes to 14 Years. Values to 5.95 . . 1«88 and 2*88 DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON CHILDREN'S COAT and SNOW SUITS 9.88 14.88 19.88 Values to 16.95 Values to 22.95 Values to 29.95 CHILDREN'S WEAR — BALCONY • OPEN A LIBERAL CHARGE ACCOUNT AT EATONS!

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