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February 20, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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l F«b. 20, . 195 Clly Globe-QaieUe, Muson City, la Exceptional Topic of Speaker j ,\f \'tThe Exceptional Child" was discussed at$a meeting of the Wil son.^PTA Friday afternoon at the Schde-1, with Miss Marion Weaver teacher of remedial leading as speaker. - Miss Weaver i was intioduced by Mrs. Stephen Price. A f i l m "Breast Self Examination," was shown by the Cancer Society. Mrs Wallace Wilson led devotions. Announcement was made of the school board election March 8 Mrs.'Mier Chazen presided at the meeting. Coffee was served by the mothers of the two first grades. Miss De lores Whitoe and Miss Mary Ellen Chase poured. --o-Helping the Homemaker By Cecily Brownstone LUNCH MENU Want a different casserole? Try this recipe! Dutch Green Bean and Yam Casserole* Tossed Green Salad Bread and Butter Gingerbread with Applesauce Beverage DUTCH GREEN BEAN AND YAM CASSEROLE* ...Ingredients: 4 ' medium - sizec Yams, 6 slices lean bacon, (diced) 1 cup water, one 10-ounce package frozen green beans, Vi cup flour, : cup milk, M teaspoon celery seed, 2 teaspoons vinegar, 2 teaspoons brown sugar. Method: Wash and cook yams covered in boiling salted watei until tender; peel and cut into crosswise slices. Place in greased 2-quart casserole. Meanwhile, cook- bacon in a saucepan until very lightly browned; add water and green beans. Cover and cook until beans are just tender, about 8 minutes. Make a' smooth paste of flour and milk; add to green bean-bacon mixture and cook, stirring occasionally, until thickened and sniobth. Add remaining ingredients and mix well; pour over y a m s in casserole. Bake covered in moderate oven (350F) 30 minutes. Makes 4. servings. . ; · ' · --0--' , TUCKABACHEE CLASS MEETS AT LUNCHEON Tuckabachee Class met for a l o'clock luncheon at the First Methodist Fellowship flail Friday and on the serving committee were Mrs. W. C. Horn, chairman, Mrs. Harry Wright, Mrs. F. A. Wheaton, Mrs. A. V. Clapper, Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick and Mrs. Olivia Smith. Mrs. Wright opened the business session with a poem and "America" was sung. It was voted to give $25 toward the purchase of a projector for the church and to give the Easter collection to -a student teacher in Africa. Three new members were welcomed. Mrs. H. W. Barker led devotions on "The Greatest Shepherd of All" and the meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. F. A, Stephenson. Registry Service for your Wedding Gifts NEW ADDRESS MASON CITY Voting Time Again Says LWV Letter Letters have been mailed.out by the League of Women Voters to women's organizations am! service clubs in the community reminding them that it's lime to t h i n k about voting again. The letter comes before the school board election which takes place M a r c h 0 and points out that, "0{ greatest importance to us all is the selection of the best qualified men and women to serve on the local school board. As a League, we do not endorse any candidate, but are eager to remind every citizen to endorse his own candidate by voting for him." Two positions are to be filled on the seven member board for a term of three years, and the position of treasurer for a lorm of two j e a r s , according to the League letter. "We hope that all registered \oters will show their interest in Mason City children and the school program by going to the polls to vote March 8," reads the letter which concludes by pointing out that Feb. 2G is the final registration date for those who are not registered and u-ish to be eligible to vote in the election. The letters wer6 sent out by the voters service committee of the League of which Mrs. William Oertel is chairman. Globe-Gazette photo O F F I C I A L FAMILY--Both Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stigleman have the rank of captain in the Salvation Army, but Capt. Stigleman outranks his wife by one year's service in the organization and is the corps officer for Cerro Gordo County. He has been in Salvation Army work for Ihe past nine years and Mrs Sligleman for eight years. The Stigle'mans came from Muscalino the first of February. Their daughters arc Patricia who is 3 and Sandra* -------Kay, 1. They are originally from Michigan, Mr. Stigleman from Ironwooc and Mrs. Stigleman from Lsh- Doming. Before coming to Iowa, they were in charge of the Corps it Hancock, Mich. They went from here to Maquokcta and thence to Muscatine. They took their training at the lalvation Army Training College in Chicago. Before this, Mrs. Stigic- man studied at North Central Bible nslitute at Minneapolis. Mr. Stigleman says his hobbies re hunting and fishing, but he incls very liltle time for them. Mrs. "Higleman enjoys fishing, too. One 'f Mr. Stigleman's main interests n his work is youth. His first charge when he was out of Train- ng.College was at a youth center in Superior, Wis. --o-Miss Hove Wed · to John Bakken CRESCO--The marriage of Beverly Hove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oran J. Hove of Ridgeway and John V. Bakken, -son of Mr. 'ml Mrs. Howard \V. Bakken of Ridgeway, took place at the Lin- oln Lutheran Church with the Rev. Obert S. Hoven performing the double ring ceremony. Russel Bakken was soloist and vas accompanied by Mrs. O. T. Sime, organist. Mrs. Lyle Rosen- lahl attended her sister as matron D£ honor, and bridesmaids were tfavis Thompson, cousin of the Hide, and Sharon Bakken, the bridegroom's sister. Lydell Hove nltcnded Mr. Bakken as bestinan ,yle Roscndahl, Gary Hove, Bar ·yl Wangness and Jack Ray served is ushers. Following the ceremony a re ception was given for 135 guests '.n the church parlors. They will make their home witl the bridegroom's parents in Ridge way after a short wedding trip Mrs. Bakken is employed at De corah. --o-- LICENSES TO WED ISSUED AT DECOKAK DECOKAH -- Marriage license? have been issued to Stanley Frotheim, 24, and Delores Anderson, 24, both Hidgeway; Lyle Aswegan, 20, and Charlotte Rude, 17, both Decorah; Henry Hemesath, 23, Ossian and Marilyn Severn, IS, PostvilJe. Social Calendar D\\lfl\S Second Floor Beauty Salon Phone No. 5700 Only in February! Permanents Reduced! 3.75 COLI WAVE HURRY IN AND SAVE NOW! ',." f ' · Yes, hurry in today to take advantage of the tremendous savings that we.offer only once a year Remember;.; no appointment 5s necessary unless'you desire a certain operator. " · No Appointment Necessary · Use Your Charge Account MONDAY HEO Club-1, Mrs. W. A. Cagle, 1007 2nd N.W. Occident Club-1, Mrs. H. J. Lyons, 13 10th N.W Midland Club- Mrs. P. T. Umbarger, route 2. Twentieth Century Club-2:30, Mrs. C. E. Dakin. 221 2nd N.E: Jhautauqiia Club- Mrs. G. W. Cady, 1524 N. Federal. Maria Mitchell Club- Mrs. V. L. Sanders, GG Brook Terrace. Monday Club-0:30, Costa's. West Haven Dorcas Circle-7:30, Mrs. James Allen, 2003 G rover S.W. St. Anthony's Unit-7:30, Mrs. Thomas Brophy, 330 1st N.E. A m v e t Auxiliary-7:30, AmvcLs Club, public card party. Baptist YWA-- 7:30, Mrs. W. II. Gcer, 117 Vermont S.E. Daughters of Veterans-7:45, Hi-12 Club. Trinity LDR-- 8, Fireside Room. Congregational Group 7-8, Mrs. Hazel McCollough, 14Vfe 1st S.E. Beta Sigma Phi (Xi N u ) -8, Cerro Gordo Hotel. ; Veleda Club- Mrs. P. 0. Brunsvold, 030 Jefferson N.W. TUESDAY LWV East Group-9:30, Mrs. Carroll Adams. 515 Vermont S.E. Wa-Tan-Yc Club-12, Cerro Gordo Hotel. Legion 'Auxiliary-YWCA. Lincoln PTA-3, School. McKinley Parent Education-7:15, School. Christian Women's Fellowship-7M5: Group 7, Mrs. Ivan Barnes, 11(5 Kentucky S.E.; 8: Group 8, Mrs. Frank Davenport. 210 Rhode Island S.E. Clio Club- Mrs. Ralph Stanbery, 915 Dcla ware N.E. Bethlehem Ruth Circle-8, Mrs. Elmer Lutz, 007 Madison N.W. LWV Highland Group- 8, Mrs. L. W. Lichtenberger, 319 Rhode Island S.E. Subordinate Lodge 22-1-8, IOOF Hall. WEDNESDAY Bridge Club-1, Mrs. Charles J. K a u f m a n n , 217 Pennsylvania N.E. First Methodist Circle I-1, Mrs. A. M. Sarchetl, 1604 Delaware S.E. Bon Amis Club-1, Mrs. W. H. Patterson, 1530 N. Federal. Central Lulheran W of C-1, Church. Book Club-1:30, Mrs. W. N. Miller, 125 Crescent Drive. Farmers Happy Hustlers-2, Mrs. Louis Hoel. Our Saviour's Rebecca Circle-2, Church. Delta Kappa Gamma-4:30, Room 103, High School. First Christian Congregation-6:20, Church. Piano Practice Club-7:30, Mrs. Leon H. Woodward Jr., 2524 Adams S.W. !; ; St. Jdhn's Unit-- ' . 8, Mrs. Max Shrock. 119 Dili N.W. RNA-8, Hi : 12 Ciub. ; THURSDAY GIA TO BLE-1, Labor Hall, public card party. A t h e n i a n Club-1:30, Mrs. E. E. Fleming, 503 Pennsylvania S. E. Woman's Club-2, Library. Immanucl Dorcas Aid-2, Church. ,UGA Club- Mrs. J. Hanson, Rock Falls. Inergetic Class- Congregational Church. 3aptist Gildner Division-2, Mrs. D. Herd, 108 Harrison N.W. Bethlehem Sunday School Staff-7:30, Fellowship Hall. First Methodist WSCS-- 7:45: Circle 13, Mrs. Arthur G, Tippen, 417 East State; Circle 14, Mrs. Andi-ew G r a h a m , 728 Birch Drive; Circle 15, Mrs. Warren L DeVries, 11 Jackson S.W. Bethlehem Lois Circle-8, Mrs. Harry Romig, 1302 Washington N.W. Trades and Labor Assembly-8, Labor Hall. Anchor Encampment Auxiliary-8, IOOF Hall. FRIDAY First Methodist WSCS-- 1: Circle 2, Mrs. C. A. Pyles, 314 East State; Circle 3, Mrs. How arcl Jackson, 604 Vermont S.E.; Circle 4, Mrs. Edith Nichols, 225 Jackson S.W.; Circle 5, Mrs. M. D. Kubicek, 1051 2nd N.W.; Circle 6, M r s . H.M. Bahr, 369 .Willowbrook Drive; Circle 7, Mrs. Carl O. Klath, 1005 West State; Circle 8, Mrs. Charles E. Cornwell, 222 6th N.W.; Circle 9, Mrs. Walter Walker, 18 10th N.W.; Circle 10, Mrs. R . ' L . Coon, 804 Pennsylvania N.E.; Circle 11, Mrs. T. F. Shipton, 743 15th Place N.E.; Circle 12, Mrs. War ren A. R u b y , G39 7th N.E. Christian Women's Fellowship-1: Groups 1 and 2, Mrs. J. A. Gashel, 804 15th Place N. E.; Group, 5, Mrs. Charles Crumb' 234 Gth N.W.; 1:15: Group 3, Mrs D. E. Watts, 911 Harrison N.W., Group 4, Mrs. Joel Hanes, 933 Delaware N.E.; Group G. Mrs Frank Kolub, (i:j J e f f e r s o n S.W Pleasant Ridge Club-S, Leo Oswald home. I m m a n u e l Fellowship-8, Church. SATURDAY Home Builder Class-7:30, Mrs. Ralph Livingtson, 317 Slh S.E. --o-MARY ANN BOYLAN TO WED S. KNOCK CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs C. C. Boylan, announce the en gagement of their d a u g h t e r , Mary Ann, and Siegfried Knock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knock, all of Charles City. Miss Boylan is a student at Jowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, and Mr. Knock is employed in Mason City. --o-FEB. 23 IS DATE SET FOR WEDDING FOREST CITY -- M r . ' a n d Mrs. !Jaudc Ladd announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Thelma Louise, and James E. Wicldcll of Morristown, N. J., son of Harry Widtlell of Fenton. The wedding will be at .he Methodist Church Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. --o-GIST ANNIVERSARY OBSERVANCE HELD BRITT-- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fox observed their filst wedding anniversary at their home. Friends and neighbors called throughout ,the day. ; Their daughter, Grace Congdon, who was here for the occasion, served refreshments. Vows Exchanged at Charles City CHARLES CITY -- Miss Rcna Dohlman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dohlman, Ricevillc, and Eugene Holzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holzer, Floyd, were married at the I m m a c u l a t e Conception Catholic Church. The R e v . Francis Hcimcrmann officiated at the double ring ceremony. Ann Snydcr was bridesmaid. E m m e t t Brannan was bestman, and Albert Dohlman and Gilbert rlolzer were ushers. Betty Sweet and Bernettz Holzer sang and Sis- er Rose Marie played the organ. A reception was held at Club Iowa, "ollowing the ceremony. The bride was foraierly employed at the National Tea store here as a ,-ashier. The bridegroom is engaged in f a r m i n g . They will make heir home on a f a r m near Marble Rock. P U P P E T S P E R F O R M AT H O O V E R -- M a r y ' s Puppets put on a p e r f o r m a n c e for the pupils at Hoover School Friday afternoon and here, left, G a r y Wcrnet, gets a close look at the dolls t h a t sing and dance. They're old stuff to Linda Grosland, center, since she is the daughter of Mrs. Olandes G r o s l a n d , right, who runs the puppet show. There are m a n y others in the N o r t h Iowa area who know about M a r y ' s Puppets, *loo, since Mrs. Grosland has made*--appearances with them for a n u m - ber of years at parties, programs and the like. Missionary Plans Are Outlined Blossoms Pretty as real apple blossoms in the springtime is this hostess apron m a d e of 1 yard of smooth surfaced cotton or organdy in pale, pale pink, lavender or white. The apron is a charmer, easy.to make and a de-luxe h o s t e s s apron' when trimmed with the deep pink blossoms with pale turquoise leaves and stems. Pattern includes tissue For apron, ten sprays and six single blossoms on transfer, all instructions for using the color transfer ivhich needs no embroidery! Send 25c for the Apple Blossom Apron (Pattern No. 10«) tissue, sewing "instructions, color transfers, your name, address, pattern number to Carol Curtis, Mason City Globe-Gazette, Box 229, Madison Square Station, New York 10, N.Y. Patterns ready to fill orders mmcdiatcly. For special h a n d l i n g of order via first'elass mai! include an extra 5c per pattern. ' Women's Guild of the First Congregational Church heard a talk by missionaries of their church, Mr. and M r s . Gordon Van Laan, at a meeting Friday afternoon at the church. The Van Laans outlined their future work as missionaries to Africa, representing the Congrega- ional Church. The program opened with two n'ano selections performed by Mrs. J. E. Stinehart. Mrs. Nettie Howard led devotions. Preceding the program luncheon vas served at 1 o'clock by Group 2. Group meetings were announced or Feb. 26 including Group 1 with Mrs. William Miller, 125 Crescent Drive: Group 2, Mrs. W. E. Long, 232 5th N.W.; Group 3, Mrs. W. arl Hall, 22 R i v e r Heights drive: Group 4, Mr. Charles Ashby, 933 Madison N.W.; Group 5, Mrs. J. B. abanis, 1122 2nd S.W.; Group 6, Mrs. W. H. Rees, 121 Vermont S. E. Group 7 will meet Monday evening with Mrs. Hazel McCoflough, 14Vi First S.E. ~o-Couple Married at Wesleyan CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Myrtle S. Elorn and Arthur W. Ducsenbcrg ivere married at the Wesleyan Methodist Church, on the bride's birthday. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Spencer VIoon, pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, assisted by the Elov. J. Ellis Webb, pastor of the M.ethodist Church of Nora Springs. ·Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of Miss Esther Laun, Charles City. Previous to her m a r r i a g e , Mrs. Duescnberg made her home with ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Eichmeier, Charles City. Members of the Wesleyan Church feted her at a pre-nuptial shower Friday evening at the Laun home. The bridegroom owns and operates a farm near Nora Springs where the couple will make their lome. --o-Parent Groups Plan Meeting , McKinley and Madison Parent Education Groups will have a joint meeting Tuesday evening at 7:15 when the Madison Group will meet at the McKinley school. Herbert Morice, junior college psychology nstructor, will · be the speaker, 'lostesscs will be Mrs. Henry Schonwald, Mrs. Don White and Mrs. Fredrick Sampson. CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON Often the characters are taken from the p r i m a r y school readers featuring Sally or Betty, Flip, the dog, or. Jolly Jingo, the clown from the Weekly Reader. A n i m a l s who come to life under the expert handling of Mrs. Grosland are Lulu, the educated lion; Pinky Pig, Sniffy, the b u n n y ; Midnight, the cat; Bubbles, the clown; Millie and Willie, the mice; a Spanish dancing couple and others. Mary's Puppets t a l k , laugh, cry, sing, and dance. In fact there isn't much that they don't do, to the delight of the children. Mrs. Grosland now has something new along with the puppets. That is a section of the program featuring chalk talks. These are pictures similar to cartoons d r a w n so that by adding a few extra lines or by reversing t h e m , a different character or picture is shown. David, Mrs. Grosland's 12 year old son, furnishes the piano music which introduces the acts and fills in between the scenes, as well as the music for the puppets to dance or. sing with. Friday 7 year old Linda, who wanted to get into the act, played the piano while the children filed into the auditorium. Airs. Grosland has worked with puppets for m a n y years. When she was in high school 'her reports in the classroom were where her first puppets appeared. These puppets were the kind that arc controlled by'string. Some of the first characters were Miles Slandish, John Alclen and Priscilla. These three were soon followed by Lady of the Lake and Macbeth. Once even Mah a t m a G a n d h i was interviewed by a reporter in front of a history class, with Mary's help. She made the Marionettes which illustrated the "Masonian" the year that she was graduated from Mason City High School. She was honored by receiving the Cooper scholarship, the first year that it was awarded, for high grades and extra-curricular activities which included puppetry. After g r a d u a t i o n she worked with puppets at the Public Library, for a time. She met Tony Sarg, one of the great est puppeteers of modern times and acquired his autograph when he visited Mason City about 1G years ago. Mrs. Grosland makes her own puppets, writes the plays for them and handles the complete backstage operations alone. Mr. Grosland m a d e the handy portable stage. The f i r s t play t h a t she used the fist puppets with was in French for a class in French; before that she used marionettes with strings exclusively. Even at that time her marionettes made friends in rural schools near Mason City and in surrounding towns. --o-- Don't.throw away argyle socks too worn for wear. Cut off the long- ribbed tops for use in b u f f i n g shoes, or polishing and scrubbing bathroom and kitchen fixtures. VAs '%?%· \5 c/~" ··'-·· ~ L/ ' u TJj$ ^^y tfafrymfa ^^ \ *.S Atzdt*tf a^o^- Crw IK *ct \ * 4 i/ ' o · ~~* · USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN · CONVENIENT TERMS TWENTY-EIGHT EAST STATE Travel Talk Is Planned for Meeting Woman's Club members will hear a travel talk and see colored films at a meeting of the outdoor- life department which is scheduled for Thursday, rather t h a n (he usual W o m a n ' s Club Tuesday, in t h e ' L i b r a r y , ' w i t h Mildred Hosa'ck- er of Minneapolis as speaker. "Passport to Europe" is the title of Mrs. Rosacker's scries of t a l k s which she has developed following a n u m b e r of trips to Europe as an escort for Scdard World Travel Service. Her Mason City talk is titled "Outdoor Life in Europe." This is the outdoor life department meeting for the year and is being arranged by Mrs. Robert Johnston, c h a i r m a n , and Mrs. Lcs Paulsen. --o-LICENSES TO WED ISSUED TO COUPLES NEW HAMPTON -- Marriage licenses have been issued to W i l - liam Donald Papke, 2G, and Ruth Lingarcl, 30, both of Marion; G a l e n Ross Kessler, 19, and .Joanne Rae Parrott, 18, both of DCS Moincs; LaMoyne D. M a l l a s , 29, and Shirley L. Bromley, 30, both of Waterloo; Edgar B. McCracken, 29, and Charlotte G r a h a m , 20, both of Muscatine; Curtis '[. Bigclow, 20, N a s h u a , and Wilma M. Stcegc, 22, Fredericksburg; Paul Welliver, 5G, and Adleat Youngfjuisl, 22, both of Rockford, 111.; Merle Hailz, 23, and Shirley. Wcihe, 21, both of Sioux City: Roger Thomas Olson, 23, St. Peter, Minn., and Vcra Mac Kocs- ter, 21, Arlington, M i n n . ; M a r v i n D. M i n k l e r , 20, Dickens, and Peggy Joyce Hartness, 18, Oskaloosa. 1 --o-As you wash your dishes, stack t h e m in a dish drainer, then rinse them with hot water. They dry quickly this way and need liltle or no wiping. Silverware, however, should be dried right after it's washed. WEDDING ACCESSORIES HELIOGRAVED WEDDING INVITATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS Looks like h a n d engraving Feels, like h a n d engraving But costs about half as much $ 8.40 for 50 $12.60 per 100 NAPKINS Per Hundred ... . ......... $, 00 With Names Imprinted In Silver per hundred ............. s 2 .00 THANK YOU CARDS Informal Notes, 100 ...... $1 93 With Name Printed NUT CUPS PLACE C A R D S BRIDE'S BOOKS GUEST BOOKS SILVER CANDLES STpYLES PRINTING A OFFICE SUPPLY Y Brick Tl|« Bldg. Phone 453

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