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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, May 29, 1947
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4 M»7 19, 1947 MIMM CHl Oltkt-Cuelle, MHM City, U. Miss Sutherland Is Woman of Week Choice The distinction of being named "Woman of the Week" on the Iowa State college campus has come to Miss Maxine Sutherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chick Sutherland, former Mason City- ans. According to the Iowa Stale Daily Student which names the "Woman of the Week," Miss Sutherland has "consolidated her outside interests with extra-curricular activities and has hit the top in more than one organization. As president of V. W. C. A., she is holding one of the key campus positions." Miss Sutherland, a home economics junior, is a member of Women's "I" fraternity and Phi Upsilon, national professional home economics honorary. She is president of her social fraterinty, Gamma Phi Beta, and has served as corresponding secretary of Cardinal guild, president of Naiads and social and firesides chairman of Y. W. C. A. Miss Sutherland intends to combine a home economics major and a physical education minor to teach physical education after graduation. Last summer she was employed at Waukazoo Inn in Holland, Mich. She began her school career in Mason City and when her father accepted a coaching post at Iowa State college, she enrolled as a sophomore in Ames high school where she served as president of Girl Reserves, president of her home room and secretary of the Student council. MISS GLADYS SCHMIDT HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Gladys Schmidt was honored at a .linen shower given Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Jack Whalen, 317 3rd N. W. There were 16 guests and gifts were presented to Miss Schmidt who will be married June 1 to Mike Dosen. Court whist was played, prizes going to Mrs. Max Riley, Mrs. Stanley Fremgord and Mrs. Leo Whalen. SocialEvents Held to Mark Closing of School Year ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED —Mrs. Lucinda Mayo, 824 9th N. E., announces 'the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Delores, Chicago, to Arleigh Ward of Indianapolis, Ind. The wedding will take place June 28 in Mason City. Evelyn Christopher Weds A. Peterson Popejoy—Miss Evelyn Christopher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewy Christopher, and Andrew Peterson, son of Alfred Peterson, of Dows, were married, Wednesday, at the Dows Lutheran church by the Rev. Mr. Pederson, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Johnson attended the couple. The bridegroom served more than 3 years in the armed forces during the war. Since then he has been engaged in farming. After a wedding trip to the Ozark region, they will be at home on a farm several miles west of Popejoy. —o— A meat-dehydrating machine was Invented last year in which particles of ground meat are blown ipward in a blast of hot air and cept moving until completely dry. ' Russell Photo TO WED AT FENTON—Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller of Fenton announce the engagement of their daughter. Delores Elaine, of Mason City, to Wallace Christensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest M. Christensen of Algona. The wedding will take place at St John's Lutheran church in Fenton on June 22.' SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY Pleasant Ridge club— Postponed. Mrs. Addie Easton Has 91st Birthday Mrs. Locke Easton entertainec the Midland club at her home 209 9th N. W., Wednesday after noon, complimenting Mr. Eacton' mother, Mrs. Addie Easton, wh was celebrating her 91st birthday A poem, "Not Growing Old,' was read by Mrs. Raymond Zack and the time was spent informal ly. Corsages were presented to the guests by the hostess and refreshments were served. The honoree is a member OL Midland club. Mrs. Augusta Bruns was a guest at the party. TO BE SURE OF GETTING LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM - LOOK FOR THIS EXCLUSIVE PACKAGE! Y OD'TE probably heard about this new add altogether wonderful Lady Borden Ice Cream. Your month may have watered a little at the thought of tasting all the true, full-rich flavor of thick, golden Cream, the fresh, dean taste of choice fruits, and delicate flavorings of rare excellence. We don't blame yon. For every delicious flavor of this superb ice cream is blended as only America's most accomplished ice cream makers can blend it. Since you pay a little more for Lady Borden, yon naturally want to be sore you get real Lady Borden Ice Cream. It's easy to be certain. Just look at thepackage. Lady Borden always comes, fresh as ifsfnten, protected by its Burgundy, colored pint package. FIT FOR A GOLDEN SPOON PLANS JUNE WEDDING—Mr. and Mrs. James Fitzpatrick of Woden announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Margery Ann, to Vincent Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith of Buffalo Center. The wedding will take place June 4. Committees Are Named by NuPhiMu Officers were installed anc committee appointments made by Nu Phi Mu sorority at a meetinj Wednesday evening at the Hole Hanford. New officers are Mary Jean Myrton, president; Irma Boenke vice president; Lula Poulos, treas urer; Eva Frisk, recording secre tary, and Sina Jean Bushnell, cor responding secretary. Joan Dunbar is chairman of the social committee, assisted by Wanda Stanton, Ann Van Horn and Mary Stinson; Iris Jane Nel son, program, with Shirley Horn and Helen Whipple; Bernadine Wills, ways and means, with Betty Roberts and Ruth Kennison, and Lula Johnson, service. Miss Roberts invited the group to her Clear Lake home for the weekend of June 28 and the sorority will have a cottage at the lake the week of Aug. 10. Gifts were presented to brides-elect, Miss Ann Wright and Miss Cleo Kurd. Blue tapers, roses and silver stars decorated the table. BITS ABOUT 'EM William H. Blanchard is spend- ng a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blanchard, 19 Connecticut N. E. He las accepted a position at the University of Southern California where he will be engaged in re- earch work on the causes of caner, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver F. Repp lave returned from a 2 months rip to Albany, Ore., where they visited their son-in-law and aughter, Mr. and Mrs. Flavin >rushdla. Another daughter, Miss Cora Repp of San Francisco, spent t month with themduring their tay in Albany. Enroute they asited the Craters of the Moon in daho and Yellowstone park. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hager and on, Allan, of Glendale, Cal., who lave been visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'om Fatland, 10 Jefferson S. W. and other relatives here and in lustin, Minn., have left for Fort Vayne, Ind., to spend a short hue with Mr. Hager's brother, "iefore returning west Miss Joy Boyd, daughter of Mr. :nd Mrs. Max Boyd, 1125 3rd >. W., has arrived home from Oskaloosa where she has been ittending William Perm college. FAREWELL PARTY S GIVEN AT HALL Mrs. H. W. Bruner and her son- n-law and daughter, Mr. and "Mrs. Phil Porter, and grand- laughter, Cheryl Ann, were hon- red at a farewell party given by a group of friends at the Odd 'ellows hall Wednesday evening, gift was presented to Mrs. Bruner. They left for Los Alamos, N. Mex., Thursday morning." Sis. Bruner plans to make an extended visit there with her daughter and family. A gift was iresented to Mrs. Bruner. The Agua, a South American oad, grows to be as much as 8 inches long. If yonr mirrors are "going bad" —if the silvering is coming off —let ns make them like new with our superb Resllverinf Process. We can retilver any size mirror. Moderate coit. MACKETS MS S. Fed. Phone 7S2 Wig, Masque Club Members Hold Banquet Wig and Masque club of tti Mason City junior college had its annual banquet Wednesday eve ning at the Eadmar hotel where program was presented with Richard JZack acting as toastmis tress. Dinner music was provided by Michael Fhotiades who played piano selections. Miss Ann Rockey gave 'A Trip to the Stars," th class prophe cy. Purple asters and statice and yellow carnations decorated th tables and nutcups carried out th< wig and masque theme. Committees in charge of ar rangements included Miss Mary Estelle Miller, Miss Joan Moore Miss Evelyn Sharp and Miss Colleen Phalen, decorations; Mis: Shirley Whitney, Mr. Zack an< Miss Rockey, program; Miss Caro Ostby, Miss Marcia Free and Miss Isabel Yelland, invitations; Miss Margaret Wilson, Miss Martha Jindrich and Miss Nancy Peterson menu and housing. . Officers of the dub are Frank Hoffman, president; Harold Debban, vice president; Miss Yelland secretary, and Miss Wilson, treasurer. Faculty guests at the banque were Dean S. L. Rugland and Mrs Charles Grippen. Granahans To Mark Golden Anniversary Cresco— Mr. and Mrs. P. B Granahan will observe then- SOU wedding anniversary Sunday with breakfast for the immediate fami ly in the Assumption Catholic church hall at 11:00 o'clock and a reception in their home here from 2:00 until 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon. In the evening, open house will be held in the home of their son, Henry, who lives on the Granahan home farm near Chester. Mrs. Granahan was born in Juneau county, Wis., and when 5 years old came to Howard county in a covered wagon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carey They settled on a farm 4 miles west of Chester. Mr, Granahan was born at [xmrdes, the son of Mr. and Mrs, Anthony Granahan, who were natives of Ireland. The couple were married in the lome of the bride's sister by the Hide's cousin, the Rev. Father ^arey. They have 5' children, Mrs. Sugene Barnes, St. Paul, Anthony Granahan, Munice, Ind.; Mrs. Toseph O'Brien, Winthrop, and 3ennis and Henry Granahan, both of Chester. A daughter, Ellen, died 20 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Granahan who are 78 and 79 years old, respectively, ived on their farm near Chester 42 years. They moved to Cresco 8 years ago. The invested capital in British railways of $6,500,000,000, with 850,000 shareholders, is the largest private industry in England. Summer Frock In spring a little girl's fancy urns to just this kind of a dress! Gathering at the waist, it merrily ings a song of scallops along the airy armhole openings, low cut neck, patch pocket tops . . . and nds up by trimly buttoning at Jie shoulders. Turn about's fair ilay, too. When there's a big bow ash in back. No. 2647 is cut in sizes 6, 8, 10, 2, and 14. Size 8 requires 2i yds. 5-in. Send 20c lor pattern, which includes , complete sewing guide. Print your name, address and style umber plainly. Be sure to state ize you wish. Include postal unit r zone number in your address. In the Book of Fashion for summer you'll find plenty of those go- verywhere frocks to make of tub abrics—smartly styled, simply cut, uickly made, even by a begin- er. This 36-page book is faeauli- ully illustrated' and printed in otogravure. Send now for your opy, price 15 cents plus 2 cents or mailing. Address Pattern Department, lobe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St, New York U, N. Y. TO BE BRIDE OF MASON CITYAN—Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Bird of Cedar Rapids, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Barbara, to John Lyle Haskins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eggers, 120 3rd N. W. The ceremony will be read June 22 at 2 p. m. at the home of MUs Hird's parents by Stanley Haynes. Miss Hird, a graduate of Franklin high school in Cedar Rapids and Iowa State college, is a member of Delta Zeta sorority. She is employed as an interior decorator by Seitz Interior Fashions in Mason City. Mr. Haskins was graduated from the Mason City high school and attended junior college for 2 years. He is employed in the Younkers store in Mason City. The couple will live in Mason City. ONeill-Hemrich Wedding Ceremony Held at Osage Osage—Miss Kathleen Hemrich,* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernarc 3. Hemrich of Osage, became the >ride of Thomas O'Neill, son o; Mr. and Mrs. William C. O'Neill of Alexandria, Va., Wednesday in the Sacred Heart Catholic church at Osage. The Rev. Thomas E. Burke 5f Washington, D. C., officiated at he double ring ceremony. Mrs Anthony Foth played the organ and accompanied Mrs. Bethel Ar- ckx as she sang. The bride, who was given in marriage by her fath- r, was attended by Miss Adeline lemrich, her sister, as maid of lonor. Bridesmaids were the Misses Mildred Hemrich, sister oi lie bride, and Loraine Hemrich of Vora Springs, a cousin. Miss Dorthey Jean Hemrich attended her ister as flower girl. Joseph Hem- ich attended the bridegroom as estman. Thomas Foth and Joseph Beneke were ushers. Following the wedding ceremony, a dinner was held for 3C elatives and friends in the Sacred Heart church hall. The couple left immediately fol- owing the dinner on a wedding trip to Denver, Colo., and Yellow- tone National park, enroute to ian Francisco, Cal., where the bridegroom will be employd as a national service officer for Dis:bled : American veterans, and where they will be at home July 1. The bride was graduated from he Osage high school and has seen employed for the past 3 years s stenographer for the Federal Jureau of Investigation at Wash- ngton, D. C. The bridegroom at- ended the University of San 'rancisco, and served in the armed ervices 3 years. He also attended Georgetown and the American universities at Washington, D. C. WEDDING NEARS Woden — A wedding shower, lonoring Miss Colleen Collins of Arnolds Park was held at the rtethodist church recently. Miss Collins will become the bride of Robert Lage of Milford June 1. 'hey will make their home in Tucson, Ariz. Miss Collins formerly resided here. PASTOR WILL SPEAK Kensett — The Lucas-Harmon xist, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will sponsor-the program Memorial day at Kensett starting at 10 . ffl. The Rev. Thor Sigmond will ive the address. SPEAKS AT BRITT Britt—The Rev. John Mohr of IB First Lutheran church, will ive the Memorial day address Friday. • Royal Doulton • Wedgwood • Haviland • Minton Bora China WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 iAST STATE MRS. THOMAS O'NEILL Miss Lorraine CeKal Married in Chicago Spillville—The marriage of Lorraine CeKal, daughter of Mrs. Victoria CeKal of Spillville, and Francis Snider, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Snider of Chicago, was held in Chicago May 26. Attendants were Evelyn Shimek and Bob Sullivan. After the reception they left on a shorp trip and will reside in Chicago where the bridegroom is employed at the Veterans Employment office. The bride was graduated from the Decorah high school and Luther college and taught school 3 years. The past 2 years she was employed at the bond treasury office in Chicago. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALLISON Allison—Marriage licenses have been issued to Harm Eggena, Jr. 21, Rockford, and Darlene Hobert 17, Marble Rock; Dale Van Horn 21, Greene, and Betty Cowell 17, St. Ansgar; Charles E. Sassier 22, Des Moines, and Dorothy June Frerichs 21, Aplington. Washington's 6th Graders Have Dinner Washington 6th graders had their graduation banquet Wednesday evening in the Hi-Dive room of the Y. M. C. A. where the 6th grade mothers served dinner to the pupils and their teachers. Theme of the program was "Future Citizens," and the class Dower, the apple blossom, and class colors, pink and green were featured in the decorations and program. The program opened with prayer by James Angell. Miss Cecilia Volkman presented the girls ia "Singing Together" and the boys in "Down in the Valley." The class sang "I'll Be With You in Apple Blossom Time." A poem, "Apple Blossoms," written by Betty Holvick was read by Bonnie Buck. Bonnie Holvick gave the class prophecy and Beverly Wessels, a poem, "Teaching Public School." A quartet composed of Charles Peck, Jerry Price, David Quinlan and Jerry Wolf, sang "I Want a Girl," "Daisy Belle" and "Reuben and Rachel." Betty Holvick gave a tribute to the teachers who responded and Janice Battleson thanked the mothers for their efforts. H elping the omemaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Company Dinner Mushroom Consomme Crown Roast of Lamb Duchess Potatoes Beets with Almonds Stuffed Endive Salad Peach Melba (Recipes Serve 4) Beets with Almonds 2J cups cooked baby beets 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon sugar 1 teaspoon salt i cup blanched almonds, shredded Drain beets, reserving liquor. Heat butter or margarine and blend in flour. Slowly add one half cup of beet liquor. Stir over low flame until thickened. Add lemon juice, sugar, salt and the beets. Cover and cook for 5 minutes. Just before serving stir in the shredded almonds. Stuffed Endive Separate leaves from stalks. Wash and dry. Spread each leaf with a mixture of equal parts Roquefort and cream cheese. Reform each stalk and chill. Cut in one half inch slices. Arrange on a bed of watercress and serve with French Dressing. Table salt will stimulate the appetite. Citrus rinds, grated or thinly sliced, make good flavorings for cooked fruits, cakes, pies, puddings, and cooked cereal. Let prunes simmer for 15 or 20 minutes until tender, adding more water, if necessary during cooking. Then add sugar to taste, a few grains of salt, spice and a little vinegar. Do not shell peas until just before cooking. If It is necessary to shell and hold them for any appreciable length of time, pack in a tightly closed jar and place in the refrigerator until ready for use. Always wash peas before using, but never wash and let stand as wet peas soil rapidly. The "oven bird" or hornero of Uruguay builds a two-room house of mud and straw atop fenceposts or telegraph poles in the South American cow-country. Sometimes they make additions up to six or seven floors. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size—Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 We honor the brave men who fought and died that we might know peace, freedom and world brotherhood. May their memory and their ideals remain forever in our hearts as a living inspiration. 26-28 East State m

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