Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 20
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 22, 1948
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Mark Gotden Anniversary '' - W6dding ou se 1307 Pnsylvania S h F lr - h ° me servance of their- » i J E '' ln ot >- Sundf J , tTtheir law, ChristmasParties Are Held by Girl Scouts at Troop Meetings DPPn^r'c Qf^K^, fl?-/If 7^ ". ^r^^y^''-w^^r^^r-r^^r s» r^7^^T»-^^^-^»^f^»r^^^.,_-,,,.^™ ™ f . *__ L s> -^ Beenar's Store Party Is Given HIT A COLD right at the start with r NASAL OIL ^ flSa/e-Containsno ephedrine. JA few drops relieves nasal 9stuffiness due to a cold. »AveHob»« «t «N Drv a Store* i. Walter Pramer, manager pmni« Bnar ' s *, tore ' entertained the ?«! yes and frien <*s at a dinner «L ™- , e ° f Mr - and Mr s. Harold Milnes, 114* N. Federal, Monday evening. The meal was prepared and served by Mrs Milnes nSJIfw * Were , Mr * Pram «-, Mrs! Clyde Watson, Mrs. Robert Fuller Mrs. Lorene Watson, Mrs. E W Lilley and Terry Mealy, employes.' Special guests were Mrs. Donald Love, Clear Lake; Mrs. Mary Atkins, Frances Neuman, Mrs. and Donald* Milnes. ^^ Mllnes Mrs. Pramer presented each a corsage and the hostess, a centerpiece of white pompons and holly. Gifts were exchanged, games were played and refreshments served. MONDAY CLUB PARTY HELD AT DAVIDSONS Monday club held its annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. T. E. Davidson, 908 2nd S W where a buffet luncheon was served. Evergreen and red ribbons were used throughout the rooms. Hostesses were Mrs. Glen Harman, Mrs. C. L. Marston, Mrs. Forest Jacobs, Mrs. Wilbur Dierking, Mrs. L. R. Woodward, Mrs. Jay Tubbe- smg and Mrs. R. C. Keithahn. Mrs. W. H. Hathorn had the lesson discussing "The Heathen," and "Pre- ambel to Faith" by Wolfson and reading "The Well of the Star" by Gouge. It was voted to send a CARE package to the Netherlands, R. N. A. OFFICERS CLUB HAS PARTY R. N. A. Officers club met at Labor hall for a 1 o'clock potluck Luncheon. 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Let Mr. Disney send him a Christmas Gift Certificate for a superbly styled, supremely comfortable Disney Hat. "Disney" means more than a "hat" to a man. It means dignity, richness, "something better." Come in today and let us solve your big Christmas problem with the greatest of easef Mr. Disney's hats are priced from $10 to $25. Disney Hat GIFT CERTIFICATES are available at 9 § Mr. Duncy says: "Eetiy hat thai btari my imut In ptrfttt in l#h Hylt and quality. li must W cumfortoblt, rick, cental, mart. What an ideal gift efny hats will bt m Christmat mernint" Social Calendar TUESDAY White Shrine— 5:30, Masonic temple, dinner at 6:30, ceremonial, 7:30. Thursday Bridge club— 6:30, Hotel Hanford. Firemen's auxiliary— 6:30, Riverside Inn. N. A. P. E. auxiliary— 7:30, Y. M. C. A. Subordinate lodge No. 224— 8, I. O. O. F. hall. Moose lodge— 8, Moose hall. Women's Labor auxiliary— 8, Labor hall. WEDNESDAY Central Lutheran guild— 2:30, church parlors. Helpalot club— 11, Mrs. May Prindle, 702 3rd L. U. G. A. club- Mrs. Johanna Jensen, 1024 First First Christian congregation— 7:30, church. Neckline News 2572 SIZES 10 • 40 What every wardrobe needs . . . an endlessly useful jumper starring a swooping V-n e c k 1 i n e, smooth side-buttoning, graceful skirt. Pattern also includes a daintily trimmed blouse to wear with it. No. 2572 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 16, jumper, 3 yds. 39-in.; blouse 2 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-season wardrobe with smart blouses, skirts, jumpers, perkins, 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. l»th St New York 11, N. Y. 5th 'Annual Reunion Held at Heip Home Christmas time is party time for Girl Scouts and troops have been holding seasonal festivities at their meetings the past few days. Girl Scout troop 4 which no longer meets,, since most of the girls are in high school, had a get together Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Reip, 801 Adams N. W., who have entertained the troop at a Christmas party for the past 5 years. The troop was active 5 years and was sponsored 2 years by the Kiwanis club. About 10 of the girls present were original members. Gene Ping played Santa Glaus and distributed gifts to the girls. The girls of troop 4 presented gifts to Mrs. Reio, Mrs. Irvin C. Hanson and Mrs. H. D. Makeever, their leaders. Court whist was played, prizes going to Jody Makeever Delores Beale, Mrs. Hanson, Beverly Bramhttl and Ruth Lindsay It was voted to give the balance of money left in the treasury $20.29, to the Christmas cheer fund. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Reip, assisted by Agnes Ruehlow. Troop 13 had its annual Christmas party at the. home of Miss Barbara Sberal, 933 Harrison N. W., Monday evening, first going caroling and then returning to the Sberal home for refreshments. Games were played under the direction of Shirley Munich and Wilma Easley. Gifts were exchanged. Miss Sberal and Miss Waiva Isaacson, leaders, acted as hostesses. Girl Scout troop 30 went caroling Monday evening, visiting the Holy Family convent, Mercy hospital and other places. At the close of the evening, they were served refreshments. The girls of this troop had their Christmas party Friday evening at the Holy Family school, where games were played and gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Carl Fick and daughter, Jackie, were guests. Mrs. J. F. Ryan and Mrs. Murray Finley served refreshments. Patricia Jaacks, Alexander Bride Alexander — Miss Patricia Jaacks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Jaacks of Alexander, became the bride of Milford E. Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Benson of Belmond at a ceremony performed by the Rev. J. L. Norris in the Community Methodist church of Alexander,JDec. 19 Miss Harriet Keith of Clarion played and Loren Tinkey of Alexander sang. The bride was given in marriage -by'her father and was attended by Miss Emma Schindler of Sioux City. Jack Baker of Belmond was the bestman and the ushers were Paul Tegland and Kenneth Lerdal. Miss JoIIene Tinkey and Miss Ruth Benson were candlelighters. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church basement. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home on a farm northeast of Belmond The bride is a graduate of Alexander high school and was employed at Koethe's dime store in Clarion. The bridegroom attended school in Belmond and since his discharge has been employed at the Clarion municipal airport. He is now farming with his father near Belmond. LORENE BECKER TO BECOME,BRIDE Wesley—Banns have been published for Lorene Becker and Arnold Kollasch. The wedding will take place Jan. 4, at St. Joseph's church. Miss Becker was honored at a shower Dec. 19 at parish hall. Egg salad sandwiches are especially delicious when the chopped or mashed hard-cooked eggs are mixed with finely cut celery or green pepper and a lit..__ the filling with mayonnaise or creamy-type salad dressing to which a bit of onion juice has been added. TO WED IN JANUARY—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bertelsen of Thorn ton-announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rhoma, to Delmar Bartling, son of Albert Bartling of Washington Court House, Ohio, and Mrs. Bartling of Ackley. The wedding will take place in January. Miss Ketlar,. H. Bernhardt Speak Vows Miss Marjorie Kellar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Kellar, 504 Pennsylvania S. E., became the bride of Henry Bernhardt, son of Mr. and,Mrs. Fred Bernhardt of Plymouth at a ceremony performed in the Trinity Lutheran church by the Rev. A. N. Rogness who read the single ring service before an altar decorated with palms. Music was played during the ceremony by Mrs. Rogness. Miss Lois Westwood and Edward Bernhardt of Plymouth, brother of the bridegroom, attended the -couple. The. bride wore a light blue dress with shell pink and black accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses, and feathered carnations. She carried a linen handkerchief belonging to her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Ida Kellar. Miss Westwood was attired in a cocoa brown dress with dark green and brown accessories. Her corsage was of yellow roses and dark wine chrysanthemums. A reception 'was held at the bride's home after the ceremony. A pink and white color scheme was carried put and the table was centered with pink and white carnations. Mrs. Bernhardt attended school in Mason City and for the past few years has been employed by the CoMo Photo. company. Mr Bernhardt attended school in St Ansgar and is associated with his father in farming. After a' short wedding trip, they will be at home with his parents. ,T. A. E. CLUB MEETS AT CHRISTIANSENS T. A. E. club met Monday at the home of Mrs. L. E. Christiansen 1018 Harrison N. W., for a Christmas party. Gifts were exchanged and it was voted to contribute $5 to the Christmas Cheer fund. Mrs Lester Milligan had the lesson from the book, "Leaves of Gold." Chicken a la king is" especially good when the cream sauce for it has been flavored with a little finely grated onion. Never Wait Till a Cold Gets Worse Getrlght after stuffy head-cold distress! where trouble is! Put a few drops of VJcks Va-tro-nol in each nostril and feel relief start instantly! Va-tro-nol's opens stuSed-up nose and lets you breathe again. For best results, use it at first warning sniffle or sneeze. Vlcfcs Va-tro-nol Nose Drops. Miss Dorow Is Bride at Home of C DelLage Florence Dorow, Mason City, former Osage resident and', instructor, became the bride of Clair J. Dellage, Mason City, son of Mrs. Alice Dellage, Osage, Sunday, at the bride's home in Mason City. The Rev. C. T. Carstens performed the single ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate family and bridal attendants. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Charles Dorow, Mason City, wore a tworpiece stone blue dress suit with lace inserts and grey accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias, Mrs. Stannard Hill, Osage, was matron of honor, wearing a two- piece grey suit dress. Lawrenca Champion, Osage, was bestman. Mrs. Dorow wore a black ensemble and Mrs. Dellage wore black with white accents. Following the ceremony a reception was lield at the bride's home.' Mrs. Dellage for many years was an instructor at the-W.ashing- ton grade school, Osage, following graduation from Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. She is now an. instructor in the junior high department of the Mason City schools. Mr. Dellage is projectionist at the Strand theater, Mason City,, and is also employed at Decker's Sporting Goods store,' in Mason City. The couple is to be at horn* at 1026 4th S. W., Mason City. Lawrence-Jones Wedding Is Held Corwith—Miss Evelyn Jones, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs, Dewey Jones of Hampton, and Leslie Lawrence, son of Mrs. Callie Lawrence were married Dec. 14 at the Assembly of God church in Hampton. They were attended by Verna Mae Garrison of Hampton and Leonard Meyers of Corwith. Mrs. Lawrence has been employed in Decker's in Mason City and Mr. Lawrence at the Clear Lake Bakery company. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence expect to leave for Louisville, Ky., where they will spend the winter. Gall-wasps of both sexes may be produced from unfertilized eggs. CHRISTMAS You'll get a huge kick out of fancy-ing up Chmtma* gifts if you seal them the easy way with : transparent "Scotch" Cellulose Tape ... and then work out clever decorations with the twelve colors and design* of beautiful "Scotch" Gift Wrap Tape. Loads of fun... easy as pie . . . sparkling results. SCOTCH ^TAPE "Scotch" CrfvlowTqp, 25<, "ScoWi" Gift Wrap Tap* 10* «! row favorite tier*, An«th«r ^jjj; fr*4w<t WtNtnOTA MMM A Mff. CO. ». F«*l«, Mtm. © IM7 1M CO. WEDNESDAY NIGHT & IS MEN'S ^NIGHT! COME IN ... CHOOSE FROM A VAST ASSORTMENT OF GIFTS FOR THE FEMININE NAMES ON YOUR LIST! 2C-2S Ea*t Stoic i-crati'ijiiifji.-y-

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