Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 22, 1948
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Ruth Rasmusson Weds T. Gamerer r Rasmus™ came the ' ' d Mrs - 41. the Little the Thomas Sunday, Methodist mother. if,f- cou * r Usm of by e brides T he bride vocal crepe, sent by her brother, Thomas, while stationedin France. Bridesmaids were twin cousins of the bride, Donna and Dolores Butler, Chicago. Betty Jean Rasmusson, LeRoy, Minn niece of the bride, was flower girl. Donald Camerer was best- *rmn and ushers were Walter Camerer, Austin; Thomas Rasmusson, Chicago; Albert Rasmusson, LeRoy, Minn., and Lyle Rasmusson, Riceville, brothers of the bride and bridegroom. A reception was held for 100 m the church parlors at Little Cedar. The couple left for a short wedding trip and will be at home m a trailer unit at Austin. _ The. bride has been employed in Osage, at the Snack Shop. Mr Camerer, World war II veteran SOCIETY NEWS is employed by the Phillips Corporation, at Austin. 66 «vory gown J • attlred in an -—l_j>°^ri_Qf im ported French ». .'} \ 1 . |f YOU have arrowing boy or interest them in a hobby of some kind T«ka yovr choice-,he variety U great-building flying model a,rpian es . assembling model railroad cars, miniature ragng cars or model ,hips. All are fascinating, edu- cahonql and Instructive. Many hobbies serve as forerun- of IKK 0 ' 60 ' fU ' Ur ! CareerS ' Y ° Ur b ° y Wi " e "i°y ^ ^P* of hobby-your daughter will get lo> 5 of pleasure from many kinds of Handicrafts. Poy u> a visit. Select a hobby today. On this page are several suggestions. We have many more » o offer you. Want 3dea* ! „ you are 5tump , d _ let us help you We have w,d* experience workinj, with young people. We know what and hondicraft, fnteresf boys and 8 frls in oil age groups. DAGLE'S HOBBY SHOP 16 1st St. S. E. Phone 1079 Kelroy Christmas Dinner Is Given Thirty-five guests were present at the Kelroy Christmas party held Mqnday evening at the V. P. W. home. Dinner was served at 6:30 and was followed by an exchange of gifts. Community singing was led by Fred Schaffer. H Maceco Chapter Has Yule Party Maceco chapter of the National Secretaries' Association held its annual Christmas party at the Y. W. C. A. clubrooms Monday evening. Mrs. Bernice Beale showed a film, "This Is T. B.",Miss Bernice Puettmann gave a report on the regional convention held in Dei Moines Dec. 4 and 5, which was attended by delegates from Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa. Mrs. Frances Lyons led in Christmas games and singing. Gifts were exchanged and refreshments were served at the close. Season whole cranberry sauce with mustard, allspice, and a little cider vinegar and spread over a slice of ham that is to be cooked. BRAN EATERS THIS IS FOR YOU! Bran eaters are not the same as others suffering from constipation due to lack of diet-bulk—they're smarter! And smarter yet to eat NABISCO 100% BRAN! For this better-tasting bran is "finer-milled" to help relieve constipation—to give you milder, easier action! (See a doctor if constipation is not relieved.) The Buy of the Season! Navy DRESS SENSATION! iH Exceptional Quality RAYON CREPE Embroidered Navy with White Navy with Pink also Black with White Sizes 12 to 18 —•—— OUR POLICY: SeH BEST- FASHIONS at LOWEST PRICES with Satisfaction Guaranteed. Our Values Lead— Wfiy Pay More! THE PERFECT GIFT— Sheer Glamorous, 15, Pepifir, 51 Gauge NYLON HOSE $.59 Extraordinary Low Price 3 South Federal Are. el ping the omema ker By CECILY BROWNSTONE SHOPPERS DINNER Carrot and Celery Sticks Broiled Skewered Luncheon Meat Broiled Canned Sweet Potatoes Quick Creamed Spinach Bread and Butter Packaged Ginger Cake Beverage QUICK CREAMED SPINACH Ingredients: } cup water, 1 14- ounce package quick-frozen chopped spinach, 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, 3 tablespoons flour, 1 cup milk, J teaspoon salt. Method: Put.the water in a medium-sized saucepan and bring to a boil; add the package of frozen chopped spinach and bring to a boil again over high heat, separating the frozen spinach block with a long-handled 2-tined fork as the vegetable thaws. As soon as all the spinach is separated cover saucepan, reduce heat but keep boiling gently for about 5 minutes, or until just tender. Drain off liquid from saucepan, holding spinach back with potlid. In a small saucepan melt the butter or margarine over moderate Heat, add 'the flour and blend well with 'a wooden spoon. Remove from heat and add the milk gradually, stirring until smooth after each addition. Return to moderate heat and, stirring constantly, cook until thickened and bubbly. Drain off a.ny liquid that has accumulated in the meantime irom spinach in other saucepan, add the white sauce'and salt and heat together over low heat for a fe\v minutes, stirring several times. 5 servings. (Save spinach liquid for use in soup or gravy.) Louise A. Kruse WedsatVilmar A11 i s o n — Miss Louise Ann Kruse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruse, Bristow, became the bride of Edo William Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller, Allison, at St. John's Lutheran church at Vilmar northwest o Allison. The double ring ceremon was read, by the Rev. J. Willms pastor, Sunday evening. The bride was given in marriag by" her father. Attending the bride as matror of honor was Mrs. Ernie Rewerts Aplington, a sister of the bride groom. Her bridesmaid, a cousin was Mrs. John Johnson of Kesley Edward Kruse, brother" of th bride, Bristow, served as bestman and Cornelius Miller, Allison, Ver lin Kruse, Allison, and Joe Miller Allison, brother? of the bride, anc bridegroom, were ushers. Ijlowe girls were Janet Kruse, Allison and Janice Heuer, Bristow, cousin; of the bride. Emory Niehaus, Allison, played nuptial music ' and Fern Wiebke Allison, sang. Candlelighters were Darlene. Voigts, Greene, cousin o the bride, and Helen Pfaltzgraff Waterloo. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors with 150 persons as guests The couple plan to live at Shell Rock. Officers Named by Heights Club Central Heights Service club met Monday for a Rotluck dinner at the home of Mrs! George Williamson, 1931 Wilson S. W., with 10 members present, and officers were elected for the coming year Mrs. Fred Graham was namec president,' Mrs. Alvada Jonke, vice president and Mrs. Alwilda Siff erd, treasurer. A report was made on the past year's work which included visits made every 2 months to the I. O. Q. F. home to distribute devotional. books, and the shipment of 33 20-pound packages of clothing to Greece. The time was spent packing 21 Christmas treats for the elderly at the I. O. O. F. home. Mrs. Jack Potter will be hostess in January. BITS ABOUT Dick Sullivan has arrived home from Madison, 'Wis., to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. E. J. Sullivan, 6Q4 Massachusetts S. E. He is an administrative assistant and field representative for the industrial management institute of the University of Wiscpn- sin. Mrs. William Powell and son, Bobby, of Logan have arrived to visit at the parental Earl C. Welsh home, 704 Massachusetts S. E. Mr. Powell will arrive Friday evening to spend Christmas. GHAUTAUQUA CLUB HAS HOLIPAY TEA Chautauqua club had its annual Christmas program and tea at the home of Mrs. D. G; Klempnauer, 1030 2nd N. W., Monday and a collection of $7.64 was taken for the Christmas Cheer fund. Miss Billie. Jackson whistled Christmas' selections with'record accompaniment, and a program of records appropriate to the seaspn was played. Mrs. Charles Cornwell, Mrs. Roy Felt, Mrs. Russell Girton assisted Mrs. Klempnauer in serving tea, Mrs. Max Boyd poured. Mrs. W. H. Buchleiter of Clear Lake was a guest. Miss Betty Paul Weds R. Perkins Clarion— Miss Betty Paul of Atlanta, Ga., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Paul of Clarion became the bride of Richard D. Perkins, son of Mrs. L. D. Hayes of Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 9. The ?r e u J^« B> Gamble - Pastor of the United Presbyterian church performed the double ring ceremony m£ e ho ™ e of the bride's parents. The bride, given in marriage by her father, had Mrs. Albert Mc- L-ormick, as matron of honor. Preceding the ceremony, Sharon McCormick and Richard Paul lighted the tapers. Albert McCormick was bestman and Mrs. Kenneth Melhus played nuptial music. . Mrs. Perkins attended the Clar- ion high school and for the past year she has been employed bj Eastern Airlines in Atlanta, Ga Mr. Perkins has been in the merch ant marines for the past 4 years. Following the ceremony a re ception was held for the 25 rela lives and guests. After a short trii Mr. and Mrs. Perkins will be a home in Birmingham. Most Pens Have Metal Caps Engraving Free on Hie Metal Caps When Pen 19 Purchased, at WATCHES DEGREE OF HONOR JUNIORS PARTY HELD ' Degree fo Honor Juniors had Christmas party at the home o Mrs. Mabel Schinnow, 812 lltl N. E. A 5:30 dinner was servec to 22 members and 5 guests. A the close of the evening, gifts wer exchanged and treats distributei to all. Every day some 6,000,000 people travel New York's 237 miles o subways and elevated lines A Hanging Flower Pot Made of Copper An Excellent $100 Gift for Only ............... / | ' WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 East State Street Christmas Giving, for Happy Living „. FIGURE MAGIC FOR HALF SIZES RESERVED FO* MMCN pjWWKW, ,'xf &;' r .--£.«.'* ^age/aKstaaeKf f See the slin chat* a»d distinctive air of this color-bright Pri«t- -pretty foe thccwgh Spring! *H»e all-aroand bends with a side swept bow spell »li« flattery. ,1t*rj or Black ground* on Tfce Cfcrlst*** Sto*e ft, sfci KM to ring crepe. Si $14*75 ) '-) H. E. O. CLUB PARTY HELD AT RICE HOME H. E. O. club had a Christmas dinner Monday at the home of Mrs. C. A. Rice, 38 Linden drive. Mrs. H. H. Timmerman had the lesson on "The True Story of Father Christmas." A social hour followed with an exchange of gifts. 184* M»ton City Glob«-Giieit«, M»(*n GHOST? Rumors of "ghost squirrels" in the cemetery at Waukon were partially verified last week, when Harold Smith caught One of tHe critters; a white-bo'died red-tailed squirrel. You'll find rare charm in CISTLETON'S design _ .reige tones, a touch of furquoitft blue, and modern freerti ment add a sophisticated note to this graceful design on Its rich ivory-tone background. Castleton'j gold enriched pearl-edge completes fhe elegance. . . Stop in and see this superb quality of this fine American China -~ there's none lovelier of more lasting.. P/aee Cover — dinner, dessert, butter p/afe, teacup and saucer, $ 13.00 Reflecting great distinction- CASTLETOI'S (\rlfon design *» »«* I" the rich slm* this pattern - a wreath of gracefully entwined gold ogafrut Ivory ton* edged in gold In very simplicity^, fflandf the finest fn china, such at Castleton - tip sqfin-like lustre S g i' tin J *?*! ° rd P*^ """Pi""** to tht table set with Carbon it irreproachably beautiful. Place Cover ~ d;» w/ 4***, fcirffer P/ote, teacup and savcer, $ 17.50 WATCHES neKa DIAMONDS 12 East Steto Street

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