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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                By DONALD M ROTHBERG AP When a bill designed to block the extension of runways at Logan Inter na ional Airport in Boston reached he floor of the Massachusetts Senate the fight to defeat it was ead by a 74yearold woman Stale Sen Leslie B Cutler To her fellow senators it seemed natural that Leslie Cu tler would rise to oppose the bill for years she has been the ixpert on aviation She also it the legislatures acknowledged expert on public health During her 40 years as an elected public official Leslie utler also has become an ex longstanding pert on winning crusades p G15S oNxT BOUNCED Mr and Mrs Roy Irickle 1012 N Monroe announce the engage ment of their daughter Mary Katheryn to William John Gashel St Louis Mo son of Mrs Vernon L Gashel 808 15th NE and the late Vernon L Gashel No date has been set for the wedding The bride elect will be graduated in May from Westmar Col lege at LeMars Mr Gashel was graduated in Jan uary from the professional pilots program of Purdue University Lafayette Ind and is a pilot for Ozark Airlines One of her first crusades was lo give women an equal voice in politics In 1920 she worked in campaigns to get women to use their newly acquired right to vote Then in 1923 someone sug gested to Mrs Cutler the moth er of five children that she run Tobe says White for after dark A wave of while is sweeping through afterdark lingerie this spring If your sleepwear wardrobe doesn t contain this totally feminine color now is the lime to treat yourself to something beautiful No longer reserved just for brides white is the fashion color for every woman Virtually every linge rie fabric looks marvelous in white consequently there are many silhouettes to choose from A nightgown can have a long sleek sexy Jean Harlow look Or it may be lacy and ruffled with a completely innocentlooking charm Pajamas too look newly enchantingin white crepe batiste or dotted Swiss trimmed with lace and ruffles Recipe of the day By CECILY BROWNSTONE HOAST PORK WITH KRAUT AND APPLES Center cut 3 pounds trimmed pork loin roast Seasoning salt and paprika V4 cup chopped onion 1 pound medium red skinned cookingeating ap ples sliced thin without paring 1 can 1 pound sauerkraut Generously sprinkle entire surface of pork wilh seasoning salt Place meat in a roasting pan 13 by 8 by 2 fat side up Roast in a moderate 350 degrees oven for 1V4 hours Sprinkle top of meat with pap rika remove from pan Pour off fat from pan Sprinkle onion over bottom of pan cover with apples Drain kraut reserving juice and place kraut over ap pics Place meat fat side up over kraut Return lo the moderate yoven and continue roasting about hour longer or until meat registers 185 degree on thermometer If kraut secn dry baste several times with a little of the reserved juice Stii together the kraut apple and onion before serving Makes to 8 servings MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES CHARLES CITY Marriage licenses were issued here to James Frederick Austin 20 and Ardyce Kay Iloedel 19 both of Charles City and Charles S Allen 24 of Marble Rock and Sue Ann Ostermann 20 of Charles City MARINATE LAMB If you want to marinate a leg of lamb before roasting have the meat boned rolled and tied 74yearold senator still fighting And shes a woman an for the Needham Board of Se lectmen She lost she says pri marily because she was a wom I decided that if thats some thing I want and they tell me I cant1 have it Ill get it she said She ran again the next year and won to become the sec ond woman selectman in Mas history j Her principal in the Board of Selectmen had been its functions in public health work She submitted a measure creating a separate Board of Health and when it passed in 1926 she was elected to a seat on it and has been a member ever since A graduate of Radcliffe Col lege Mrs Cutler decided that as a member of the Board of Health she needed more knowledge and she enrolled in a course in biology and public health at another male strong hold Massachusetts Institute of Technology After a few years of the Board of Health she said I realized many public health issues de pended upon the laws of the commonwealth So I decided Id like to make some of those laws myself Three times she was a Repub lican candidate for the Massa chusetts House of Representa tives and was beaten each time In 1938 she finally won She was given a seat on the Committee on Public Health They elected me clerk I didnt know that in those days the clerk did all the work Mrs Cutler fought unsuccess fully to gain passage of a bill to allow women to sit on juries When Mrs Cutler was elected to the State Senate in 1948 she said The Senate was up in arms It was a nice little cozy club and they didnt want a woman barging in But barge in she did and shes been there ever since She then succeeded in winning another of her long campaigns and in 1949 her bill to permit women to serve on juries be came law North Iowa brideselect Spring weddings p anned Spring weddings are being planned by these North Iowa brideselect Mr and Mrs Martin Hanson of St Ansgar announce the en gagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter Rita to David Patterson son of Mr and Mrs Donald Patterson of St Ansgar An April wedding is planned Both are graduates of St Ansgar Senior High School She is employed at George A Hor mel and Co in Austin He is a graduate of the Universal Trade School in Omaha and is em ployed at the J C Penney Auto Center in Austin Mr ind Mrs Adron Tlndtr tiolt of Thompson announce the engagement of their daughter Linda Lou to Alan H Agren of Denver Colo A May wedding is planned Miss Tindcrholt is employed by Financial Industrial Fund Mr Agrcn is a free lance court reporter Ole Johansons plan for golden wedding SWEA CITY Mr and Mrs Olc Johanson will be honored with an open house Sunday from 2 to 5 pm at Immanuel Lu theran Church social hall in Swea City The bccasion is their golden wedding anniversary The event is being sponsored by their two children Mrs Arthur Glaus of Portland Ore and Evcretle of Swea City for all friends and relatives Garner couple has 65th anniversary and Mrs J P Hamilton Garner observed tlieir 65th wedding anniversary at their home They are the parents of Dr C V Hamilton of Ames who formerly prac ticed in Garner SERVE ICE CREAM To remove ice cream from a plastic container dip the con What a Choice What a Price SINGER NEW SINGER sewing machines PORTABLE Versatile New sewing machine portable Fullilze family MWlnt machine Sturdy lightweight aluminum The machine with all the conve nience builtin Eaay to darn and mend Numbered preemire dial Attractive Included only 99 95 CONSOLE YOUNG BUDGET eewing machine by SINGER in attractive decorator cabinet Perfect eewlhg combination for young homcmakeril Wonderful dependability I Handy dropin bobbin Calibrated Hitch length i regulator Handaome cabinet any room decor only 99 95 ZIGZAG STYLEMATE machine by SINGER 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business meeting Wed nesday evening in the IOOF Hall Mrs Phillip Lundstrum special activities chairman dis cussed plans for a bake sale a rummage sale and a dinner scheduled for later in the spring Mrs Gus Wei da Lodge in structor announced the install ng staff would go to Thornton Monday evening to install new officers of the Rebekah and IOOF Lodges The charter was draped hon oring Mary Arnold and Mrs Herbert Clerk Taking part in the ceremonies were Mrs Ir win Repp Mrs Kirby Payne Mrs Maynard Fessendcn and Mrs R Frank Brooking Mrs tamer into very hot water for a Claude Whitney accompanied Saturday night Refreshments were in charge of Mr and Mrs A D Diercks and Mrs Ev erett Driskill W Q M f N S A C P A R i few seconds use a thinblade knife to loosen the ice cream from the sides container and then turn out IOOF CLUB DANCE SET FOR MARCH 6 The IOOF Club dance will be hold March 6 in the IOOF Hall Dancing from to will be followed by refreshments The event is for all Odd Fellows and guests 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