The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 23, 1954 · Page 16
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 23, 1954
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. . !· CMf - ,, Ftb.'tt, 1K4 Meeting Is'Held' by Beta,Phis Beta Phi' Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening at the home of Ava Manlove, 220 15th S.E. · : . / ; · · · · . · . . . · : The business meeting was conducted by the president, Beverly Howie. Mrs. Louise Swanson, Mrs. Doris Newmann and Katherine ASK RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE ' Poulos were annpunced as the nominating committee. Tentative plans for an April trip lo the Ice Follies in Minneapolis were discussed. Miss Ardclla Johanns gave the lesson, "Method of Discussion on Open Forum, Panel and Debate." Miss Winnie Harlson, former Beta Phi, who is attending Northwestern University in Chicago, was a guest. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Joanne Van Riper will be hostess of the first March meeting. --o-ST. ANTHONY UNIT IS ENTERTAINED St. Anthony's Unit of Holy Family Guild was entertained Monday evening by Mrs. Thomas Brophy and Mrs. J. P. Lynch at their home, 330 1st N.E. There were 15 members present. Mrs. Richard Berner was taken in as a new member. Cards were played after the short business session with prizes going to Mrs. Jerome Chute and Mrs. Kenneth Lux. The March meeting will be with Mrs. W. J. Flynn and Airs. Thomas Underwood. Lyle Fini Weds Darlene Bach CHARLES CITY--Miss Darlene Bach, daughter of Frank Bach, DCS Moines, formerly of Charles City, and Lyle Fini, DCS Moines, were married in St. John Catholic Church in Des Moines. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Mrs. Merlyne Bach, sister-in-law of the bride, as maid of honor, and Miss Marilyn Johnson and Angela Bryant, as bridesmaids. Pete Kellen- her was bestman and ushers were Marlyn Bach and Bob Oliver. A breakfast was served following the 'ceremony to the immediate families and a reception was held in the afternoon. They will make iheir home in Des Moines following a trip to New Orleans, La. --o-The teen-age gang at your house planning to pop corn at their next party? Then remember this arithmetic; a cup of vinpoppctl corn will make about five cups after it's popped. VEl MAKES DISHES SHINE WITHOUT WASHING OR WIPING! *\fel soaks dishes cfean- SAVES YOU ALL THE HARD WORK!", fays Mrt. Eleanor Ormerod, mother of 2. Don't Wash - JUST SOAK Don't Wipe - JUST RINSE Dishes soak grease-free in seconds! No washing is needed. If food clings, a touch of the dishcloth gets it o f f . There's no greasy dishwater with Vel. Yes! Just soak and rinse. Dishes dry streak-free without wiping! Even heavy grease in pots and pans is so completely dissolved no hard scouring is needed! NO DETERGENT BURN TO HANDS WITH VEl! Prove it yourself -this "HAND-HEAT TEST" shows why. Dip hands in water. Then put a tahleipoonful of any leading washday detergent in one hand -- put a tableipoonful of VEL in the other. Feel the heat from washday detergents, indicating presence of irritating alkalis and harsh chemicals that cause "Detergent Burn"! Feel NO heat with VeJ because Vel contains no irritating alkalis or harsh washrub chemicals to cause "Detergent Burn"! and-finest -fabric *VEL is the trode-mork of the Colgale-Palmolive Company. SPECIAL SELLING FOR DAMON'S DOLLAR DAYS Wednesday - Thursday -- Friday -- Saturday HIGHER PRICED GENUINE HANDSEWN LOAFERS R E D · B R O W N $coo 5 DAMONS H W I · | f -at SHOE DEPARTMENTS-MAIN ; FI.6OR Principals Meeting Is Conducted Elementary principals f r o n towns in the vicinity were g»est when thr Mason City Elemental-} Principals Association met for din ner and discussion Monday eve ning at the Cerro Gordo Hotel. Miss Elvira Peterson spoke on the meeting of , the National Ele mentary Principals which she at tended in Atlantic City and report ed the election of Bob Langeroe of Des Moines as president-elec of the association. : Vernon Kirlin acted as modem tor for a discussion of three topics "School Finance," "How Princi pals Can Best Serve Their Teach ers" and "Pupil Retardation." Th program had been arranged b F. M. Maxwell and Mr. Kirlin. Attending the meeting from out of-town were Miss Ethel Anderson Robert Tuglisee, Miss Mildred Rog ness and Miss Mildred Zinser o C h a r l e s City, Mrs. Florenc Schmitt and Mrs. Lockwood o Greene, George Bowman of Hamp ton, Miss Julia Osterhind of Nora Springs, Leland J. Gritzner anc Scott E. Tyriell of Osage and M. E Gilmore and Miss Grace Anderson of Clear Lake. --o-WEST HAVEN DORCAS CIRCLE HAS SESSION West Haven Dorcas Circle me Monday evening at the home o Mrs. James Allen, 2002 Grove S.W. The hostess led devotions a Mrs. Norbert Tatro gave the sec ond l e s s o n from "The Ne\ Woman Fulfills the Royal Law. Mrs. Marie Trebil conducted th business session. ' The meetin closed with the Lord's Prayer.; Re freshments were served by th hostess. --°-- BIRTHDAY PARTY HELD BY RELATIVES Mrs. O. H. Peclerson, 1301 S Federal, entertained a group o relatives Monday for her aunt, Mrs Sophia Hennings, in observance o her 84th birthday. --o-Trying to remove a cod-liver oi stain? Try this: Sponge the stain with glycerine, then launder. Easily Made 3004 SIZES 12 - 46 Two special features in this eas: to slip i n t o -- a n d easy-to-sew washable! Yoke-panel lines an slenderizing. The long back plea provides skirt freedom \vithou bulk! No. 3004 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. Sizi 18: 4% yds. 36-in. or 3% yds. 39-in Send 30c for pattern with name address, style number and size Address Pattern Bureau, Mason City Globe-Gazette, Box 42, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11 N. Y. Patterns ready to fill orders im mediately. For special handling o order via first class mail include an extra 5c per pattern. Just off the press! The brand new '1954 Spring-Summer Fashion Book is agog from cover to cover with exciting new-season styles and ideas for easy sewing am smart going from breakfast unti bedtime! In 'color, this book in eludes up-to-the-last-minute fash ion forecasts for every age, every size, every occasion! Yours fo" only an additional 25c. Has the Smartest · COATS · SUITS · DRESSES · SPORTSWEAR Brownie Troop Has Investiture Investiture ceremonies w e r e leld by Brownie Troop 13 Monday at Lincoln School when the members became Girl Scouts. The Brownie Story was used as a theme for the investing of the Brownies who were Jane Beck, Leslie Bennett, Deanna Halsrud, CHer'yl Hartley, Karen Lee, Roberta Overturf, Carolyn Parkhurst, Marilyn Parkhurst, Betty Potter, Patricia Schultz, Linda Sherman, Alice Swift, Geri Kay Walsh, Linda \Vaslick and their leader, Mrs. Arthur Beckjorden. The proceedings were conducted by Mrs. Carl Fick of (he North Iowa Girl Scout Council. Brownie Troop 13 is sponsored by Lincoln PTA. --o-MIDLAND CLUB HAS PATRIOTIC PROGRAM Mrs. J. Russell Currier was in charge of a patriotic program at the rural home of Mrs. P. T. Umbarger Tuesday. A dessert luncheon was served by the hostess. Table decorations were in keeping with Washington's birthday. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. W. Hight, 320 2nd N. W., March 8. VELEDA MEETING IS CONDUCTED Veleda Study Club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. P. 0. Brunsvold, 930 Jefferson N. W., for a lesson on "Making Modern Fit With Antique in Decorating," given by Mrs. Glen Burgra/f. Befrelfc- ments were served by the hostess. --o-, Elegant way to serve baked apples for a company dessert: Surround with custard sauce and top with meringue. 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