Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 23, 1948 · Page 11
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feer-Lambkins Wedding | s Held y f y w the Rev 1 married to Mason Unon tl a y- Pastor it Mmorial church > City ec wa s served by Mr. son and e. Ait- supper been a than 30 his ' rs Construction feAdSpTHiSS win -* .? fetena here wher« «£«, where she close of the •horrtrhTto A v* C ° UpIe left on a Paul, Sn. Mlnne aP°"s and St. continue •chool year 16 Week at I/our jCiL By LYDIA MARGARET BARRETTE, Mason City Librarian usual** ^^ WiU bC d ° Sed Chris ^as eve and Christmas day as ~.— ~ -«—«»,.. numa UUL WIG IJ nerne filled with .wonder and mys-* tery and joy though written dur . - n — tf "• --I—MQ** •» •***n-iz uui, mg the restoration period when English literature was placing importance on prose and reason, or whether he finds a Christmas message in Thomas Hardy whose determinism even gets a glimmer of wonder in "The Oxen," he wil certainly be startled at the close or the book by the memorable words of Stephen Spender expressing hope of a possible world that may emerge from the chao; of the present: "Watch the admiring dawn .ex- minute Cjift SOLVED with FLOWERS Beautiful Centerpieces for a Festive Christmas Table We Telegraph Flowers Everywhere Wreaths Corsages Bouquets Long Lasting Potted Plants Gardenias Roses Orchids Beautiful Poinsettias From $1.00 Up Where Your Friends Buy Flowers' plpde like a shell around us, dazzling us with its light like snow." "Happiness" This Christmas Books week there —----•— •* 11 ^»_j^. HICL c were also added to the library 4 volumes of "The World's Great Thinkers" by Commins, a book by Gould called "How to be Happy" consisting of common sense psychology, "The Art of Being Happy" edited by Kling, which is dedicated "To the Enoch Pratt library of Baltimore within whose friendly walls we found much happiness." "Listening with the Third Ear" by Reik is the inner experience of a psychoanalyst and "Naturalism and the Human Spirit" by Krikorian has a strong feeling for the faith we need, the faith in intelligence. Music is always a part of Christmas and the library has just added 4 new books on the subject, "Music and Literature" by Brown, "Guide to Children's Records" by Eisenberg, "History of Popular Music in America" by Spaeth and "Chamber Music" by Ulrich. "Prize Stories, 1948" "Prize Stones, 1948" starts off :he additions in literature. "Nobel Prize, Treasury" by Marshall will be a popular collection also. Other titles added in this field are "Literary History of England" by Baugh, "Reader's Encylopedia" by Benet, "Peace in Our Time" by Coward, "Craft of the Short Story" :>y Summers, and "James Joyce" by Givens. In science the library has added "Science in Progress" by Baitsell 3 volumes, and "Man and His Works" by Herskovits. There are 3 new books on Japan, "MacArthur's Japan" by Brines, "Mirror for Americans- Japan" by Mears and "Japan Diary" by Gayn. Two interesting large books on our own West are "Here Rolled^ he Covered Wagons" by Salisbury md "Fighting Indians of the West" by Schmitt and Brown. — - | Plan Yule Programs Woden—The Methodist Sunday school will hold its Christmas program on Thursday-at 8 p. m. The Presbyterian and Lutheran Christmas programs will be held on Christmas eve at 7:30 Easy to Make 2337 SMALL. MEDIUM. LARGE ROASTERS For Every Size Fowl Aluminum Enamel Seamless aluminum and enamel roasters with self- basting lid ... inner tray or rack and damper to. assure you of perfect browning. LISK ENAMEL ROASTERS No. 1 size for 10 Ib. fowl ,... T . No. 3 58.95 No. 4 54.75 No- 5 35.50 WEAREVER Aluminum roasters ., : . : .-.-.-. $6.45 MIRRO Aluminum roasters ..:.•..»:.>:.:.>:.:.;.:.>:.»•.. ?7-45 also Roaster* oi. : ...;. : .., : .«r.i.i.r.i.r.i.-. $14.95 up 20 E. State Phone 17 You'll love being tied to these apron strings! The little tea-timer has pockets that play hide and seek in its front gathers. The bib-top style wears a deep ruffle around the hemline. Two separate patterns, both easy to make. No. 2235 is cut in one size and requires 3/4 yd. 35-in No. 2337 is cut in small, medium and large sizes. Medium, 1 yd. 35-in. "Send 25c for Each Pattern with Name, Address and Style Number, otate 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 now to freshen up your mid-season 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. Couples Granted Licenses to Wed New Hampton — Marriage licenses have been issued to Robert Meckley, 24, Colfax, and Eloise Guernsey, 21, Marshalltown; Robert Everson, 24, Whitehall, Wis., and Lois Brotzman, 21, Durand Wis.; Robert Robinson, 21, Walker, and Betty Keller, 21, Independence; Fred McDonald, 25, and Betty Berggren, 21, both of Des Moines; Raymond Hall, 26, Oelwein, and Lois Chittenden, 18 Fayette; Roy Schwingel, 49, Blue River, Wis., and Nellie Derrickson, 37, Richland. Center, Wis.; Bill Cahal, 20, Nashua, and Lavona Matthews, 18, Charles City; Max Cox, 25, and Mary Hulsizer, 19, both of Marshalltown; Darius Malm, 22, and Florence Coleman, 20, both of Ruthven; Eugene Anderson, 23, Montrose, S. Dak., and Grace Wulff, 20, Mader, S Dak ; William Smith, 22, and Evelyn Skinner, 16,. both of Clarksville; Quincy Lockridge, 22, and Norma Ann Goodman, 21, both of North English. Doris Koeneke Becomes Bride Charles City—Miss Doris Koeneke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Koeneke, became the bride of William A. Fenholt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Fenholt, all of Charles City, Dec. 1.9, in the central Methodist church, with the pastor, the Rev. H. F. Mercer officiating at the double ring ceremony. Tapers were lighted by the 'ushers, Marlyn Lackore, Ames, and Raymond Steber, Jr., Charles City. The bride entered with her father. Mrs. Elihue Link, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Betty Bissonnette and Gene Mary Sogard. Robert Fenholt, brother of the bridegroom, Columbus, Ohio, served as best man. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. After a short wedding trip they will reside in Charles City. OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY For Ice Cream Only 11:30 A. M. to ] :30 P. M. Closed Christmas Eve at 5:30 P. M. • TREE CENTER • BELL CENTER BRICKS For Tour Christmas Dinner ORDER EARLY PHONE 5774 BAKER'S ICE CREAM STORE Plenty of Free Parkin* Srhwpn's Ice Cream "Alwayi Good" 411 NORTH FEDERAL H elping the omema ker By Cecily Brownstone PACKAGE SUPPER Baked Corned Beef Hash Whole-Grain Corn Greed Salad Bowl with Shredded Carrots Bread and Butter Lemon Tarts Beverage Baked Corned Beef Hash Place can of corned beef in refrigerator overnight. Cut around entire ends of can; use one end to push corned beef out so it holds us shape. Slice into 4 rounds; place on small baking pan and heat in moderate oven. Lemon Tarts Prepare a package of pastry mix into tart shells. Bake shells and cool. Mix and cook a package of lemon pudding according to directions on package; cool. Fill the tart shells with the pudding and top with whipped evaporated milk or thin cream or with shredded coconut. GIRL SCOUT TROOP GIVES YULE PARTY Girl Scout troop 25 had a Christmas party at the home of Mrs R A. Nesje, 412 12th N. W. The girls' spent the first half of the evening caroling for shut-ins. Games were played and .gifts exchanged. Refreshments were served by the leaders, Mrs. Frank Murphy and Mrs. R. A. Nesje. Angela Huber Is Wed to A. Ellis Spillville—The marriage of Angela Huber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Huber of New Hampton, former residents of Spillville, and Ambrose Ellis of Rochester. was held at St. Mary's church in New Hampton. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gebe, brother- in-law and sister of the bride. A reception for 16 guests was held at the Colonial dining room, New Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will reside in New Hampton. SMITH-SKINNER Clarksville -— Evelyn Skinner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Skinner and William D. Smith, both of Clarksville, were married Dec. 19, at the Little Brown church near Nashua with the pastor, the Most Pens Have Metal Caps Engraving Free on frhe Metal Caps When Pen is Purchased at WATCHES DIAMONDS JUST RECEIVED! A Shipment of Long Awaited 9mm Ammunition We Also Have a Swell Stock of Guns For You to Choose From in Shotguns, Rifles — of All Calibers and Hand Guns. CLARK'S SPORTS & HOBBY Cerro Gordo B(dg. CSear Lake Rev. F. L. Hanscom reading the double ring ceremony in the presence of the bride's parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skinner and Heather, the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Skinner, and Norma Lawrence. They were attended by the brother-in-law and sister of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Albrecht of Greene They will make their home in Clarksville. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Clarion—Marriage licenses have been issued the past week to Dale E. Kelling, 22, Renwick, and Clarene Presler, 18, Eagle Grove; Ken- Dee. 28, . 194S 9 MMOD CJiy Gltbc-Guetle, MSJ*B CMy. h. neth E. Kephart, Jr. 22, RedfieJd, and Pauline Greenlander, Belmond, 20; Duane B. WiUard, 19, Eagle Grove, and Betty Sue Capsel, 18, Eagle Grove; Glenn Dale Hackley, legal, Rowan, and Shirley Laverne Johnson, legal, Rowan; and Milford Eugene Benson, 21, Belmond, and Patricia Aileen Jaacks, 18, Alexander. To dress up broiled fish fillets for guests spread them with a sauce made from butter or margarine, finely chopped parsley, lemon juice and paprika. ijou it always do better at tL5tanchara 6 For the Greater Glory of Her Diamond .,. A lew Mounting! Have her diamond remounted in one of Blanchard's gold or platinum mountings. Many set with beautiful marched side diamonds. $18.00 to $150.00 WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 East State Street May this message of thankful appreciation for your good will come to you at a time when you too are enjoying the pleasant memories of friendships that have lasted through long loyal years. MUSIC CO. CVCRYTHING IN MUSIC PIANOS SINCE 1900 MASON CITY, IOWA

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