Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 29, 1948 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Church in Vale Nuptial Scene Hanlontown — M a r j o r i e L runsvold, daughter of Mrs. N Z ?™" SV ° W °< Hantonto,™, b^ ert, son tf Mrs. Phillip r of Clear Lake, Dec *6 ° Wn =hurcS near . F. L. Hanscomb SOCIETY NEWS JL -L i0 " ni h °* been • ar °' li Pr ° dU is m noodle "1 know Skinner's Pure Egg Noodles are made only with fresh-frozen egg yolks" Never cheaper powdered eggs—never! Always tde more expensive, richer-tasting, fresh-frozen egg yolks—always. performed the single ring ceremony. M™' Joe Grimstad of Lake Mills, sister of the bride, played the wedding march and accompanied Leslie Larson. Given in marriage by her brother, Erling S. Brunsvold of Forest City, the bride was attended by Miss Susan Larson of Hanlontown, niece of the bride The bridegroom's brother-in-law' P. O. Peterson of Clear Lake, was the bestman. Following the ceremony the wedding party went to the Hotel Hanford at Mason City for the reception and wedding dinner. The bride is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers college and spent 2 years in the service as a WAVE. She has taught school at Clear Lake for several years. Mr. Kundert is employed by the Tankar company at Mason City where they will make their home. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Kundert left for a week's trip. —o— BIRTHDAY OBSERVED AT FAMILY PARTY Rienholdt Schmidt was honored on his 67th birthday with a Christmas family gathering. Gifts were presented to him and supper was served by Mrs. Schmidt. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schmidt and son, Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dosen and daughter, Kristy; Mr. and Mrs Chris Olberg and daughter' Wanda; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Romig and sons, Gary, Roger and Larry; Thomas Christian and children, Wayne and Karen; Mr. and Mrs Jake Alt and children, Mary Lou and Dennis Michel, and a grandson, Donald Taylor. Sfck §?G E ^ AND hKING -Shown above are Bonnte" Cahalan^ancl Nick DiGregorio, who were crowned homecoming queen and kin- for Holy Family high school at a dance at the Ho y FamUy gvm following the basketball triumph of Holy Family over Si JoseK Monday night. Both the queen and king have class A smile? no? only for their selection but for the Maroon cage victory. Miss Cahalan is a senior cheer leader for Holy Family while DiGregorio! also a senior, is playing Ins 4th season as a basketball regular V When the wind's howKnq 'round And tfia niqht seems bewitched Just toast up some HOtSUM it's super-enriched ... rwwe HOLSCIM Have some Holsum and help yourself to extra bread goodness— extra because Holsum gives you up to 30% more vitamins and minerals than any other bread. One of these important vitamins is D, the sunshine vitamin, which helps coavert calcium into strong bones and sound teeth: After Christmas Sale LIGHT FIXTURES FLOOR AND . TABLE LAMPS 25% off FIGURINES PICTURES 40% off Wednesday — Thursday — Friday Only 22] North Federal — Mason City Miss Crosby Wed to Garland Lamb Allison—Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mildred Crosby, Des Moines, formerly of Clarksville and sister of Mrs. Kline Shipman, Allison, to Garland Lamb, Grinnell, son of Ralph Lamb, Grinnell, and Mrs. Margaret Lamb, Des Moines, Dec. 23, at the Chapel of the First Methodist church in Des Moines. The ceremony was performed by Dr. C. Clifford Bacon, pastor. Attendants were Mrs. Kline Shipman, Allison, sister of the bride, and Dr. Ray Lamb, Des Moines, brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ray Lamb, Des Moines. After Jan. 15 the couple will be at home at Grinnell where the bridegroom is a coach and instructor in the school there. The bride was deputy county recorder from Jan. 1, 1938, until June 15, 1941, and was assistant secretary to the Republican State Central committee at Des Moines for 6 years and for the past 2 years has been secretary to Richard Rollins of the Real Estate and Investment incorporation at Des Moines. —o— Squirrel fishes keep close to rocks and stay in shadows as much as possible. Flattering 2388 SIZES 12 - 44 The skirt of this dress steals the show with a diagonal peplum that falls over a slender skirt; the bodice takes top honors with a smooth surplice closing, soft shoulders tucking. Good in plain or print. No. 2388 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16 18, 20, .36, 38, 40 42 and 44. Size 36, 42 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- pcason wardrobe with smart blouses, skirls, jumpers, jerkins, as well ns all the smart tricks of fashion in dresses and suits. Price just 20c a copy. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT Globe-Gnzette 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y t (YslTly:GFA,,(hoglVl,,,U H eiping the omema ker By CECILY BROWNSTONE Family Dinner Broiled Shoulder Lamb Chops Baked Potatoes Scalloped Tomatoes Steamed Green Cabbage Bread and Butter Pumpkin Custards with Whipped Cream Beverage PUMPKIN CUSTARDS Ingredients: 2 eggs, 2 cups milk, 2 cups canned pumpkin, i cup sugar, i teaspoon salt, £ teaspoon ginger, 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Method: Put eggs in small mixing bowl and beat with electric mixer or rotary beater until thick and pale colored; add milk and beat to combine. Turn pumpkin into large mixing bowl, add sugar, salt, ginger, cinnamon, and milk-egg mixture; beat again with rotary beater to combine well. Pour into 6 to 8 individual custard cups: put custard cups in a large pan and pour hot water around to the depth of the pumpkin mixture. Bake in a slow (325 F.) oven for about 25 to 30 minutes, or until firm. Chill well in refrigerator before serving with whipped cream. Mixture will separate slightly so that there will be a custard layer at the bottom of each cup; serve from custard cups, since mixture does not turn out well. 6 to 8 servings. —o— Ai DiMarco Weds Mitzi CregSow Clinton, (U.R)—Ai DiMarco, Mason City star quarterback of the University of Iowa, was married Tuesday to Miss Mitzi Creglow daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. F BRAN EATERS- TAKE NOTICE! Anyone who's constipated due to lack of diet-bulk will find that NABISCO 100% BRAN helps bring relief. Furthermore, this finer-flavored bran makes a really tasty breakfast dish . . . and because of NABISCO'S finer-milling process, it's milder-acting—more gentle on you. (Consult a doctor if constipation persists.) Creglow, Clinton. The couple was married by the Rev. Edward F. Jackson in the St. Irenaeus church. Mr. and Mrs. DiMarco are students at the University of Iowa. Leaders Named Garner—At a recent meeting of the Magor Mustangs boys 4-H club Harold Oxlcy was elected Deo, «8. 1948 Mason City Globe-Gasette, Muon City, Im. club leader lor 1949 with Forrest Bennett named as his assistant. The boys enjoyed a Christmas grab bag. The next meeting will be held Jan. 17, at the Bill Meyers home. BLANCHARD5 ^ ^(ti**^ s»* \ FINE HOLLANDER BLENDE NORTHERN BACK MUSKRAT COATS ft A special purchase has made it possible for us to bring these coats to you or unheard of low prices. Coats of the same fine quality that we hove consistently offered to the publi for oxer 41 years. Orher coats at equally great savings. c 'y*^ Wj] P \ M fflfl80n/CTTV w&if. *jjjjjj^^

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