Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1948 · Page 12
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, December 24, 1948
Page 12
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j Holiday Events Be/ng Planned Hoot dab ° f members of __ , ----- the Hoot, are home from their respec- colleges and universities. Ar- jernents for holiday -activities e been announced by the club's ES£ nt - Al-DiMarco of Iowa uni- mc.rv^v, i-- ' -.".-vo active membership m this young bache- or s club will soon be discontinued, as a result of his forthcoming marriage. At the club's initial holiday ?,? i. ng electi< ™ of new officers will be held. Plans will foe drawn up for the annual Hoot club Christmas party. In charge of arrangements for the party will be: Len Dolan, Marquette U., and Neal Casey, Iowa U., entertainment; Don Studer Missouri U., and Joe McCauley Loras college, the refreshment C , 0m . mittee; T - D - Cavanaugh, Washington State college, date bureau, It is traditional for each member of the club to deliver an after dinner speech at the party. A short practice will be held for the club's choir in preparation for caroling the local residents Christmas eve. The choir is under the direction of Bill Eaton, Iowa U. The group will be transported through the city in a bobsled. —o— MARGARET LYNCH TO BECOME BRIDE New Hampton—Miss Margaret Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lynch, will be married to Ivan C. Johnson, son of Cai-1 M. Johnson of Faribault, Minn., on Dec. 28, it was announced here. Artichokes take about three quarters of an hour to cook when they are covered with boiling water. After they are removed from the water they should be turned upside down to drain well. Most Pens Have Metal Caps Engraving Free on the Metal Caps When Pen is Purchased at WATCMCS Btkuxeharctb DIAMONDS 225 Present ' for Christmas Church. Party Two hundred and twenty-five attended the annual Christmas program held Wednesday evening at the First Christian church social room which was visited by Santa Clans during the evening who distributed treats. The superintendent of the Sunday school, Harry Russell, presided . and each department of the school had a part in the program. Mrs. George Paschen, kindergarten superintendent, presented Susan Adams in 2 songs, Kathy Madsen in a recitation, "The Night Before Christmas," Kathleen Songer, "Silent Night," and Richard Swinehart, assisted by the department in ! "Away in a Manger." Mrs. Ivan Barnes' primary group sang Christmas songs and recitations were given by Marilyn Kirkpatrick, Priscilla Songer, Kenny Blake, Barbara Adams, Rich- 'ard Johannsen, Carolyn Colgrove, Baron Clough, Margaret Songer and Sharon Kirkpatrick. Mrs. John Smith's junior group gave a play, "Christmas Carolers," with a cast including Carol Johannsen, Brenda Clough, Rosemary Rosenkild, Janan Meyer, Roger Collins and Darlene Peterson. Miss Doris LaGasse was accompanist. Other juniors were carolers. The Christmas story was recited by Lorraine Johnson, Janan Meyer, Carol Johannsen and Sharon Zerble. Miss Ruth Motgan's intermediates presented a poem by Bette Hostetler, a trio, Roger Watts John Colloton and Jimmy Angel singing "We -Three Kings," and a violin solo, "White Christmas," by Darrell Garlock. The serving tables were dec- j HOME FROM MODELING SCHOOL—Maryo Gae Lennan has arrived to spend Christmas at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Oglesby, 911 Van Buren N. W., having completed the "Cover Girl" course at Patricia Stevens Inc., the original finishing school of famous models. Mrs. Lennan's course prepared her for fashion, photographic, television, motion picture and slide film modeling. She plans to return to Kansas City Jan. 2 for market week. Social Calendar THURSDAY Trades and Labor assembly— 8, Labor hall. R. N. A.— 8, Labor hall. Anchor Encampment auxilir-y— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Berta Brown Is Bride at Bode Bode—A wedding took place in St. Olaf Lutheran church, with he Rev. V. T. Jordahl, pastor of- iciating, when Wayne Selvig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thor Selvig of Bode, and Berta Louise Brown of Denver, Colo., were married. Mrs. Leo Kinseth, organist, played the nuptial music. R. J. Johnson of Denver gave the brida n marriage. The bridal attendants included Miss Juanita Selvig, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs.^Le Roy Selvig, the bridegroom's brother, Le Roy Selvig, and Wilford Rood. The ushers were Charles Larson and Leslie Hover- stein. Lucille Sween and R. F. GuU lixson sang. Following the ceremony, the reception .was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents. After a week's wedding trip they will return to Denver to make their home. He is with an optical company there and Mrs. Selvig is instructor in a hospital school for nurses. and Mrs. C. M. Madison N. W. Franchere, 930 and Mrs. G. W. Young, longtime Clarion residents. Half a cup of milk and a teaspoon of salt will be sufficient to add to a pound of- potatoes that have been broiled, peeled and mashed. Beat the mashed potatoes with the hot milk and seasoning until they are light and fluffy; pile into a shallow baking dish and brown under the broiler. Globe-Gazette Photo DECORATIONS FOR DANCE—Paiihellenic members are completing plans for their traditional Christmas dance to be held Dec. 27 at the Hotel Hanford and here the decorating committee goes to work with evergreen and plaques bearing the Greek letter sorority emblems, with which the WedgeAvood room is to be hung for the occasion. Mrs. Tom MacNider, left, hands the Delta Gamma plaque to Miss Alice Ann Moore while Mrs. orated with candles and greens and a social evening followed the program. The social committee included Rub a -*Dick MacLean puts some fin-* crust of bread with a ishing touches on the Christ- ! provide the music lor dancing. freshly cut garlic- clove and put the bread in your salad bowl. It will give a delicious flavor to the greens when they arc tossed with the dressing. Remove the bread crust before serving the salad. mas tree. The dance is for members ot the association and for college students home Wayne the holidays. On the hostess committee are Mrs. D. J. Farrcr, Mrs. E. O. Babcock, Miss Mary Jean Casey, Mrs. Jack Edwards, Mrs. Harold Goplerud, Miss Mil June Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Angel, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crispin, Mr. and Mrs. Willis White, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ong, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tiltori and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheka. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Cady have arrived from St. Louis where he is a student at Washington university medical school to spend Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Doty, 419 First S. E., Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Cady, 1007 N. Federal. Mrs. H. L. Green, 36 Beaumont drive, has returned from Bridgeport, Conn., where she visited a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Gibson, stopping enroute for a short stay in Milwaukee with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferguson. Introducing- The New Mrs.. James Barclay. Miss Mario O'Leary, student at the Barbizon Fashion modeling school in New York, and Howard O'Leary, who attends the University of Iowa are home for the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard O'Leary, 525 East State. Mrs. W. F. Coonan, 512 Massachusetts S. E., will leave Friday for Chicago where she will be a guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Kiely. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stoddard, 324 2nd S. E., will spend Christmas with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Withy, in St. Paul. Mrs. Edith Letts of Redwood City, Cal., is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Cora Boyd and Mrs. Gwen Thomas, 216 Kirk apartments. —o— Evening Pastime Club Party Held ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tesene were hosts at their country home to the members of the Evening Pastime club at their annual Christmas meeting. After a short business session, 500 was played, prizes going to Mrs. Ernest Katz, Jack Fisher, Mrs. Fisher. Jerry Wqhler, Mrs. Raymond Coe and Leslie Van Note. There was an exchange of gifts. The next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Doescher. —o— KELTNER-YOUNG Clarion—Mr. and Mrs. George W. Young of Gresham, Ore., have announced the marriage of their daughter, Diane, and Harold G. Keltner, Jr., at Vancouver, Wash., July 9, 1948. They are at home at Eugene, Ore. Mrs. Keltner is a former Clarion resident and is the granddaughter of the late Mr. Miss Constance Joy DeWilde, daughter of Mrs. Naomi J. DeWilde, is home -for the holidays with her grandoarents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Hawley, 209 6th place S. E. Miss DeWilde is a student at the University of Minnesota. Smooth Lines Miss Jean Cady, who attends Iowa State Teachers college, is spending her Christinas vacation with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Cady, 1007 N. Federal. 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