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February 22, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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Major Added to Curriculum at Wartburg W A V E R L Y -- I n connection with Its expanding educational program, Wartburg College recently added a new major to Its curriculum, an English-speech-journalism combination course. acquirements · for the major, which is intended primarily for students preparing for high school teaching, include 20 hours of English, 10 of speech and four of journalism., Of the English hours required, 12 must be fulfilled in upper level courses, The 10 hours of speech include classes in play production, play direction, speech correction, publie speaking and oral interpretation, BUYS GAM3LE STORE . GAiXNEH -- Sterling Johnson' of Wauko'shii, Wis. recently purchased the Garner Gamble store from I. It. Beatlie. .Johnson formerly lived at Jewell. He wil! locate his f i i m i l y in Garner as soon as housing accommodations arc available. Johnson managed a Gamble store at Waukcsha and served as sales manager of the Gamble store in Madison, Wis. He'is a veteran and served 22 months overseas during World War If. Bcattic has no definite plans for the future. The family will leave shortly for an extended vacation trip to the west const. we invite you to a private showing of exquisite, decorator materials--Carpets, Accessories and to consultation with decorators whose talents are well known in many of the Northwest's finest homes. hote hanford Mason City. Iowa F E B R U A R Y 23, 24, 1954 10:00 A. M. TO 5:00 P. M. 7:00 P. M. TO 9:30 P. M. oDdi\ y toi MINNEAPOLIS in attendance Mr. Harry Hall Miss Lepa Sandra ' J TM "·"* t 'VWW#*e*'rt1r»/jrt* G O L D E N W E D D I N G P L A N N E D _ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smolik Osagc, will be honored Sunday on their 50th wedding anniversary. Their children have planned open house from 2 to 4 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p m for all friends and relatives. Anna Ccjka of Wcston, Neb., became the bride of Frank Smolik, March 1,*-- -1004, in the Presbyterian Church at Wahoo, Neb. They first lived near Helping the Homemaker By Cecily Brownstonc ; FAMILY MEAL This small beef loaf is fine for j family of Jour. Oatmeal Loaf Baker] Potatoes Snap Means Carrots Bread and Butter Chocolate Pudding Beverage OATMEAL LOAF Ingredients: 1 egg, V* cup milk, : cup quick-cooking rolled oats, 3 /» easpoon salt, dash of pepper, V* easpoon prepared mustard, 1 tablespoon chili sauce, 1 tablespoon finely grated onion (pulp and juice), 1 pound ground beef :huck. Method: Beat egg and milk to- jelhcr enough to combine; add ·oiled oats and allow to stand about 10 minutes. Mix in salt, pepper, mustard, chili sauce, onion and beef. Press into small loaf pan about 7 by 4 inches); run spatula around edges and turn out on shallow baking pan or ovenproof platter. Bake in moderate (350F) oven 50 minutes. Makes four serv- Wcston, Neb., then at B r a i n a r d , Neb., on f a r m s , moving into Brainard for an eight year period. Then BOE 1 0 5 I A S T S T A T E ; W A T C H - D I A M O N D B-O-E Best of Everything A MOST UNUSUAL EVENT A SPECIAL SELLING NOW, AT THE VERY BEGINNING OF THE SEASON 9.75 MILLINERY DEPT. SECOND FLOOR · We can't advertise the names, but, the Designers' labels are in the hatsl · Many One - of - a - Kind styles, also, specially priced better hats! · You must see them lo realize the terrific values! You'll want lo see them because they are really the loveliest spring styles ever seen at this remarkable price. Come in early! DAMON'S they went to Elliott, N..D., going to near Cresco in 1924 to live on a f a r m , thence to New Haven, purchasing their own f a r m near Little Cedar, where they lived for m a n y years, before retiring to Osage in 1944. They are parents of nine children, Edward, Osagc; M r s . H a r v e y Lund, Stanwood; George, Osagc; Ernest, Orchard; Miss Libbic of Chicago; Raymond, Osage; Lydia, Boonc; M r s . Jerry Michels of Osage, and D u a n e of Cedar Falls There arc 13 grandchildren. DeVries-Lupkes Wedding Is Held ·; DUMONT -- Mr. and Mrs. An drew Lupkcs of Ackley announce the marriage of their daughter, Magdalene Ruth, to E a r l L. De- Vrics, son of Mr. and Mrs. John DeVries of Aplington. The Rev. H. J. Rozeboom performed the double ring ceremony i n the Washington R e f o r m e d Church. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Christopherson of Aplington. After a trip to Texas the couple will be at home March 1 on the bridegroom's father's farm north of Austinvillc. iWALDORF COLLEGE STUDENT TO WED GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. A B. Stole of Goldfield announce the engagement of* their daughter Joanne, to Mark Ronning, son o Mr. and Mrs. Carsten E. Ronning of Oak Park, 111. Miss Stole is a sophomore - a ; Waldorf College, Forest City. No date has been set for the wedding Miss Stole, a member of the Waldorf choir, will go on the 35th annual choir tour which begins at Des Moines April 9. FARMER'S WIFE CLUB TO MEET Farmer's Wife and Daughter Club wiJl meet Wednesday at the home of. Mr. and Mrs. John Glaus. Dinner will be served at noon by the hostess. Ingredients: 1 q u a r t thin round :arrot slices (about V«-inch thick), chicken bouillon cube (dissolved n 1 cup hot water), y t cup lightly packed parsley sprigs, 1 teaspoon ;ugar, salt and pepper (to (aste). Method: Put carrots, bouillon, parsley, sugar, salt and pepper in s a u c e p a n ; bring to a boil. Reduce )eat but cook rapidly, covered, un- il carrots are very tender and most of liquid has evaporated-about 15 minutes. Remove parsley .prigs if desired. Serve hot. Makes "our servings. Usual Election at Rake School ·RAKE--Although the Rake Independent School district will become a part of the R a k e Community school district on July 1, an elec- ion will be necessary at the usual ime, Monday, March 8, to elect two directors and a treasurer to serve until the new board takes over. The terms of Esther Nelson and larold J o h n s o n , directors, a n d ienry Olson, treasurer, are expiring. Deadline for filing nomination papers is Friday, Feb. 26. K e 11 u m a r p e t s 22 CHOOSE WISELY WITH KELLUM HOME INTERIORS S. E. Phone 1391 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd ON / n oor DAMONS Second « v i r , n Complete Showing of Chas. Kupersmith ...SUITS and COATS .. i V Ir. cJLee WILL BE HERE TO HELP YOU MAKE YOUR SELECTION ngs. CARROTS VICHY ceived Division II rating as did the cornet quartet composed of David Seifken, Barbara Haugen, Joel Nesheim and Ronald Sirne: E N G A G E D -- M r . and Mrs. Marvin Grosland of Kcnsett announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Dorothy Doyscher of Hampton, to Vale Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peter of Coulter. The wedding date has not been set. Miss Doyscher is a graduate of the Franklin Consolidated School and is employed at the First National Bank in Hampton. Filing Deadline for . School Board Nears G A R N E H -- F i n a l date for filing of nomination papers for the office of director of the Garner Independ cnl School District is noon on Friday, Feb. 26, according to G. W. Tcmpleton, secretary of the board. The school election will be held Monday, March 8, with two directors to be elected for a three year term. Members of the board whose terms expire this year are Orville Maben and C. N. Housh. Other Feb. 22, 1954 9 Mason Clly C.lube-Jazeile, Manon Clly, H. members of the Garner board are Dr. C. V. Hamilton, Vern Butz and Bernard Engstlcr, directors, and 1 [albert Pollock, treasurer. OFFER OPERETTA LITTLE CEDAU-A grade operetta, "Polly Make-Believe," will be presented by students of the first eight grades in the high school auditorium, Friday at 8 p.m. Although U.S. and British governments have not adopted the metric system--meter, gram, Htcr --for measurements, U.S. and British scientists usually use it in their measurements. Rake Students Rate in Music R A K E -- R a k e music students re-' ceived five Division l ratings from' eight entries in the annual grade school and junior high music contest at Esthcrville. All numbers 1 entered from Rake were instru-! mental with Allan Nygaard instructor. : · ' : . ; : Division 1 ratings went to David; Seifken, Barbara Haugen, Joel- Nesheim, and Ronald Sime on cor-! net solos and Lois Sime on her alto! sax solo. 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