Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 23, 1948 · Page 12
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8 United Benefit 'Yule Is Held to l manafier " re - . , ; Mr. and Mrs E P Ib . v • rs - E - M - Lioyd, Pon Lattinier, Miss. Lulu Johnson C «^ ean1 £ hern > Mr - and Mrs- J! V- Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. C. H Major, Mason City. iw 0 ^ °!4 own euests were Mrs. Margaret Byrne of Dixon, 111., ami wf *;••?' A J ' Durr and daughter, Harriet Ann of Alexandria, La. One out of six excessive drinkers is a woman. Mrs. Kaufman Is ', Honored at Tea ^ Mrs. Charles F. Kaufman of i^rass Range, Mont., was honored at a tea given by Mrs. C. J. Kaufman at her home, 217-Pennsylvania N. E.,'Tuesday afternoon. Holly and red tapers decorated *, ie £ table - Mrs - L - s - Sanders, Mrs. F. W. Osmundson and Mrs. X Hal1 assisted in pouring. Out of town guests included the Misses Cynthia Weston and Ann Mnckiand, home from the University of Iowa for the holidays, Miss Marie O'Brien, home from Craghton, Mrs. Paul Hook of .Cambridge, Mass., and Mrs. Joe Clark of Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Kaufman and Jack Kaufman, who is attending Montana college of agriculture at Bozeman, Mont., are spending the holiday season with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kaufman. 50TH ANNIVERSARY IS CELEBRATED , Clarksyille—The. golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and' Mrs. William Clark was' observed at their home, near Clarksville Dec. 20. Mrs. Clark has just recently returned from the hospital, so it was decided ,not to hold "open house" as had- been planned. A group of neighbors' surprised them m the evening and presented them a gift. JEANNE BARLOW TO BE BRIDE IN -,CALIFORNIA. D ; umont—Announcements have been received' here of the approaching marriage of Miss Jeanne Barlow, .Los 'Angeles, Cal., and daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. James A. Barlow, Dumont,.to William Groszkruger, Los Angeles, Cal. The ceremony will take place Dec. 31 at Chichesteri chapel, Immanuel Presbyterian church, W i 1 s h i r e aoulevard, Berendo, Los Angeles, ' Couple to Live in Denver Following Wedding Trip DEAR DIARY: : ,' DEC. 22,'1948 r ™ f m ^° ih ? m ?<* tonight! I WonSer if I can express myself? ram leaving Jor-'home via the Rocket on Friday. I have my n£?J %a ;?PP ed and, part of my packing done. It will be won- aerlul having Christmas at home but more wonderful be?«iv Se ' D P n _WiUVdrive over Christmas afternoon to meet the folks and I will come back with him. , Last week Mother and Dad gave me twenty-five dollars (ahead of Christmas) and suggested that since I came so often on week-ends that I invest it m a Luzier Travel Kit I promptly called Feme Makinson and, it should be here by Friday so I will not have to take my big jars and bottles home_ hereafter. The kit will be filled with the same creams, my shades of rouge, lipstick and powder which I will now use. It is a beautiful leather kit and I shall be proud to carry I am so glad I made this investment in personal grooming whfin I bought Luziers balanced facial service last October: , . : , . • Go6o NIGHT. '.;..-•'' PAT Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Stevens* will be at home in Denver, Colo, after a wedding trip. Their marriage took place at a candlelight service performed in the Plymouth Methodist church by the Rev. Dale Nicholson who read the double ring ceremony Dec. 19. Mrs. Stevens was Colleen Joyce Hahsen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hansen of Plymouth, and Mr Stevens is a son of Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Stevens of Plymouth. Robert Runyan of Denver. Colo, played nuptial organ music preceding the ceremony and accompanied Richard Moore of Denver who sang "At Dawning," "Through the Years" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in marriage'by her father, was attired in a royal blue suit with black accessories. She carried a white orchid on a white Bible, a gift from the bridegroom. Her only attendant was Miss Betty McKee of • Osage who was attired in a light brown suit with dark brown accessories. Her corsage was of Talisman, roses LeRoy Stevens of the U. S. air force, stationed at Rapid City, S. Dak., was his brother's bestman and the candles were lighted by Wendell Stevens, another brother of the bridegroom. .Miss Dorothy McKee of Osage and Mrs. Robert Willford of Mason City acted as' hostesses. The bride's mother was attired in blue-crepe with black accessories and the mother of the bridegroom was in black with black accessories. Both had corsages of pink roses. A reception followed the ceremony at the Hotel Hanford in Mason City. The table was decorated with baby mums and carnations and centered with a 3-tier wedding cake. - • ; • • Out of town guests attending the ceremony were from Osage, Rake, Nora Springs. Dallas, Tex., Denver and Mason City. The bride is a graduate of the Plymouth high school and has been employed by the -Northwestern, Bell Telephone company of Mason City. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Plymouth high school and since then, except for a short time in service, has attended' Mason City junior, college, Iowa State college and is now attending the University of Denver. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Denver Colo. 1 A delicious spread for a party is made by ' mashing avocado to a fine pulp and seasoning.with onion 'or garlic salt, salt and freshly ground pepper. Celery salt may be added; too,! if, desired. MRS. ADRIAN STEVENS' —Frank Free Photo A Ichor Shrine Holiday Party Held at H ait Alchor Shrine No. 6, White Shrine of Jerusalem, held a Christmas ceremonial at the Masonic 1 .temple Tuesday evening with Mrs. B. T. Lindstrom, worthy tiigh' priestess, presiding, assisted by Charles LaRoe, watchman of shepherds. • : • . . ' Four candidates received'the degree and 3 members were admitted by affiliation. Gifts were brought'by the members for the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children in Minneapolis. Preceding the ceremonial, a 6:30 pot luck dinner was held with Mrs. Emma LaRoe as dinner chairman. A Christmas program followed. Mrs. Roger Kirk sang a Polish carol,/"Sleep, Little Jesus," accompanied by Mrs. N. H. Wood. Mary Jane Schwandt read "The Littlest Angel" by Charles Tazewell. Helen, Louise, Mary 'and Kay Xita Garufis played a piano quar- :et, "We Three Kings of Orient." Mary Garufis sang "Away in a Manger" and the 4'girls sang "Silent Night." Liebman Book Is Discussed at Luncheon Rabbi Howard. L. Fineberg o Adas Israel congregation, speaking to the Wa-Tan-Ye club Tues day noon at the Cerro Gordo hotel stated that it is especially fit™ n e to review the book "Peace o Mind at this particular season o the year, .when all are thinking, o Peace on Earth, Good Will To ward Men." "We must recognize that • universal peace can be achieved only u each' individual wins the civi war within himself to master the emotions of fear, and all anxietie with peace of mind and serenity o spirit," Rabbi Fineberg stated. He said that' Joshua Loth Liebman who wrote "Peace of Mind' was an outstanding rabbi of Boston -who died at the age of 41 having given himself freely in lecturing to audiences, to millions o radio listeners and in writing.'particularly this'masterpiece. • 'In reviewing the book Rabb Fineberg spoke of the vahie o talking freely to someone who understands and does not condemn There is the need too, ; for loving not only ourselves but others. Peo pie who try "to dominate . other; are not sure of themselves; toler ant people have self-confidence;! was pointed out. The conquest o fear is. another section of the book which .-has a distinct ^contribution for the reader. Because fear is a result'of frustation of. our anger the aggressiveness of anger shoulc be expressed through' working fo some .good cause for society. W' can express' our anger in harmles ways such as writing letters to people we hate and then tearin them up. Rabbi Fineberg concluded his talk with brief 'mention of how to conquer grief, thoughts on immortality and the need of belief in God. .. . ••-..•,,.Mrs. Ward Hamilton, program chairman, announced the program for Dec. 28. Members of the club will speak on the subject "Christmas—So What?" . Make the best, use possible of .eftover vegetables by using them in salads, casserole dishes, sauces and soups. Or combine them, with a cream sauce and some leftover meat or fish and serve over toast. What to Give? the answer is as simple as can be ...our Gift Certificate! If you're stumped, everybody («ycn Aunt Abigole) loves a Youhker Gift Certificate for Christmas. Just step up to our cashier's desk and buy Gift Certificates to finish your Christmas shopping. Store Open Until 9 P. M. Jonrght and Thursday WRC Christmas. Party Is Given , Woman's Relief Corps social circle had a Christmas party and po luck luncheon Tuesday at 1 o'clock at the Labor hall.-Candles decorated the table and the .executive committee, with Mrs. E. Ltlley as chairman, was in charge of the luncheon. Mrs. .Harry Thome had charge of decorations and . Mrs. Emma Duncan, the program. Miss Marjorie Laughlin sang 3 solos, "I Love Thee," "Song of .Christmas' and "Christmas Candles," accompanied by Mrs. W. L. Bennett. Mrs. Duncan paid a tribute, to the late Mrs. Nellie. Sherwood. A report was made by the sick committee.. _ Mrs. Thorne was in charge of the gift exchange- and Mrs. Ed Burgeneiv was. awarded a prize. Gifts were presented to 9 Civil Wai', widows. ' Jan. 4 was announced as the date for installation of corps officers and Jan. 18,. the social circle meeting at Labor hall. Firemen's Wives Have Yule Dinner Firemen's auxiliary inet for a Christmas dinner party at the •Riverside Inn, Tuesday evening. Red candles i .and evergreen formed a centerpiece -and corsages of popcorn balls .and candy canes were at each place. An exchange of gifts was held and the evening was spent playing court whist, prizes going to Mrs. Boyd Arnold, Mrs. C. F. Clark and Mrs. Martin Faktor, Jr. .; \ During a short business meeting, the group voted to give to the 1 Christmas Cheer fund and the Salvation Army. The committee in charge of arrangements included Mrs. •• Glen Fcssenden, Mrs. Fred Moore and Mrs. Harold Schurtz. —o— BITS ABOUT 'EM • Mi-, and Mrs. C. E. Oeschger and daughter, 521 14th S. E., left Wednesday to spend the holidays ! at Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. Oeschger is chief clerk to the division storekeeper of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad. - • Bui-ton and Herbert Gindler, students at the University of Minnesota, have arrived to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Gindler, 4 Jefferson N. W. . Paul Foote of Sioux City will arrive Friday from Sioux City for a Christmas visit with his aunt, Miss Ethel Hall, 301 First N. E. Gerald Matzen of Bagley is expected as a guest at the Roy Edgington. home. He is a student at the Iowa School for the Deaf and will attend the game between his school and the Mason City high school. He will remain here until Christinas when his parents come to spend the day at the A. M. Matzen home, 920 Adams N. W. Miss Phyllis Edgington, student at Iowa State Teachers college will also arrive to spend the holiday vacation at the home of her parents. N. A. P. E. AUXILIARY • HAS HOLIDAY PARTY N. A. P. E. auxiliary had a Christmas party Tuesday evening at the Y. M. C. A., Greetings were read from the state president and cards were played after the business session. The N. A. P. E. members joined the auxiliary for a social hour during which gift* were exchanged. Mrs. Foster Elliott and Mrs. Earl Ferleman were hostesses. To* .next meeting will be Jan. 18. Hanria-Rademaker Wedding Held at Church in Grafton Announcement is made' of the* marriage of Miss Dorothy Rademaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rade'maker, Jr., of Grafton, and Jack Hanna, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Hanna of Manly, performed Dec. 5 at the Emmanuel Lutheran church at Grafton by the Rev. Conrad Buehler, pastor. . Nuptial .music was provided by Elsbeth Hackbart who played tfce wedding march and Hat-old Boettcher who sang. , The bride Was given in marriage by her father and had her sister Miss Mary Ann Rademaker, as maid of honor. Miss Norma Hanna, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid and the flowergirl was Sharon Hodson of Tappi, Minn,, cousin of the bridegroom Duane Nelson of Oakland, Minn, was ringbearer. Mahlon Lonergan Of Mason City and Wesley Da hi of Manly attended the bridegroom and the. ushers Were Lowell •Schultz of Grafton and Ivan Hodson, Jr., of T'aopi, Minn. ' .Following the ceremony, a reception ^ was held in the church parlors for 130 guests. The couple will live on the bridegroom's parents' farm after a wedding trip to Omaha. The bride is a graduate of the Grafton high school and the bridegroom of the Manly high school. He has been farming with his father. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY First Christian congregation— 7:30, church. THURSDAY Trades and Labor assembly— 8, Labor hall. R. N. A.— 8, Labor hall. Anc or Encampment auxiliary— 8, I. O.'O. F. hall. Harriet Percy Is Hostess to Group. Miss Harriet Percy entertained a group of friends at a Christmas party at her .home, 906 5th S. E.. Tuesday evening. Guests were the- Misses Lois Needham, Joyce Cordle, • Shirley Senn, Marion Wolkenhauer, Beverly Rowse, Beverly Griffin and Marjorie Wagner. Court whist was played with prizes going to Miss Senn and Miss Wolkenhauer. Refreshments were served by the hostess and a birthday gift was presented to Miss Cordle. —Kirk Photo MRS. JACK HANNA 60 Are Present for Yule Party The Ideal American Laundry and Gleaners held a Christmas party Tuesday evening at the Cer- .ro Gor.do hotel, with 60 present for the dinner which was served at tables centered with red candles and holly. . The program included an exhibition of shooting by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Allstot.' Hank Hook as • Santa Glaus presented gifts. Bonus checks were distributed by Lloyd L. Peck to the ^employes. ' The. rabbit, matures at 'six months and frequently bears as many as four litters, a year. Camp Reunion Is Scheduled by Girt Scoots Talk of cold weather and snow will be pushed into the background Thursday afternoon when former campers and staff members of Camp Gaywood, Mason City Girl Scout Camp, gather for their annual camp reunion at the Y. W. C A. The reunion will be held at 2:30 and will be preceded by a staff luncheon at 12. . The time will be spent'in greeting old •friends and making plans to meet again next summer. Favorite stunts and songs of last summer wiU be revix'ed.. Mrs. Carl E. Fick; director of the 'camp, announced Wednesday that the fee for next mmuner will b« the same as it was last year .arid that some girls have already registered for camp while others will receive gift certificates from their parents on Christmas indicating that they will have the privilege of attending camp. Mrs. Halsor Is. Honored Guest ' Mrs. Martha Halsor was honored on her 84th birthday Tuesday with a gathering of both relatives and friends at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Carl Haase, 1033 West State. ^Out of town relatives present included ,Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Shield, Kerisett,, and their granddaughter, Serena, and Mr. ' and Mrs.;J, N. Methus and 2 children Janice and Marine of Northwood. Relatives from Mason City were Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Pippert and 4 children, Marie, Wesley, Harriet and Harold, and Mr. and Mrs Charles Pippert, route 21; and Mr! and Mrs. A. M. Halsor and children, Richard, Carol and Mrs, Nancy Hession. SEASON'S GREET Those Precious Othei Pieces At last w? can bring you those''fin- ishing touches" to your Towle Sterling set— gravy ladles, docktail forks, sugar spoons, butter knives — piece* dear to the heart of a good hostess. Come in and see these and others in your favorite Towle pattern, today. Towlc~exta» w make perfect ffftB. 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