Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 23, 1954 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 23, 1954
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Tog Day Is on Schedule of Daughters -Pluns for the annual lag day were announced at a .meeting of (he Daughters of Union Veterans or the u' V ,o TM a r W o n t l a y evening at the HH2 Clubroonis, Mrs. S. A. Bemis presiding in the absence of Mrs S. Wodarcak, president. . M r s . Bcinis announced the Ipg flay sale will be conducted April 2-1 in the business section and that members will meet at her home next week to make the tags'. Donations were voted to the Red Cross am! the Cancer Society. It was announced that old silk hose and neckties are needed at the Veterans Hospital at Clinton. A report was m a d e on a 1 gift of! roses sent to Albert Woolson, last Civil War veteran who celebrated his 107th birthday in D u l u l h recently. Mrs. II. T. Roberts, patriotic instructor, was in charge of a Washington Birthday program. Mrs. Art Itickens conducted a question and answer number. It was voted to sponsor a public parly at the hall March 8 at 7:30. airs. .Mac Hammond reported on a box of homemade, cookies and candy sent to her grandson in the service for Valentine d a y . The meeting was closed with the flac salute. --o-. G I R L SCOUT TROOP PLANS CONFERENCE Girl Scout Troop 13 met Monday at the home of Darlenc Niebcrgai), 207 Louisiana S.E., with 10 members present. Sue Hagan led the business session. Housing plans were discussed for April 23 and 21 when a Girl Scout conference will be held here. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be March 1 with Kathy Lynch, 1104 Van Buren N.W. --o-MISS NANCY MORSE TO BE M A R R I E D CHARLES CITY -- M r s . Phyllis Morse, Charles City, announces the engagement of her daughter, Nancy, to Edward E. Slagle, Beaumont, Tex., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Slagle, Fayelte. Miss Morse is atlcnding the Charles City High School and Mr. Slagle is employed by Ihe Enterprise Newspaper at Beaumont. E N G A G E D -- M r . and Mrs. Leonard Dietrich who operate a farm cast of Hanlontown, a n n o u n c e the engagement of (heir daughter, Edna Ann, to M a r l y n Mostrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Mostrom of KenscU. No date has been set for the wedding. Helping the Homemaker By Cecily Brownslone GOOD LUNCH These cheese biscuits have J'inc flavor. Cold Roast Beef Cooked Vegetable Salad Cheese Biscuits Pineapple Beverage CHEESE BISCUITS Ingredients: 2 cups sifted flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, (i tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 cup grated American cheese, -.'n cup milk. Method: Mix and sift flour, bak- LDR of Trinity is Entertained Trinity LDR met Monday evening in the Fireside Room with the Rev. Mcrrii! T. Gilbcrtson of Waldorf College, Forest City, speaker. as the His topic was "The Moslem Religion," and he .showed films. Miss Janet Hcngcslcg led in devotions and Miss Fern Thompson gave the worship meditation. Miss R u t h Halliday presided and hymns were sung ami a short business .session held. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Marvin Lauen and Miss Myrtle Hetland. There were 22 members present. Guests included Mrs. Addison Olson, Mrs. Vivalorc Overland, Susan Overland and Mrs. Emma Officers Named by Dairy Group GARNER--Myrlen Olsen of Brill was elected president of the Hancock County Dairy Herd Improvement Association at a recent meeting at the Hull Cafe dining room. Alfred Jttrgcmcycr of Ventura was elected vice president; and Myrl Miller and Dale Brcdc were elected directors. Dale McC'lure is supervisor and technician for the association. Dr. 11. G. Voelberg, federal veterinarian, spoke on bru- cellosis. The group will meet again in April to analyze herd records. A specialist from Iowa Slate College will meet with them. Whipped cream makes a quick and delicious topping for a cake, But after you spread it on the top layer, sprinkle it with toasted coconut, chocolate shot or shavings of chocolate, or chopped nuls, so you'll have a pretty effect. Tastes good, too! Home Decoration Showing Set Up Three rooms to illustrate provin- c i a l , traditional and modern types if home furnishings have been irranged at the Hotel Hanford The average A m e r i c a n used about J4 pounds of coffee in 1953. where Day tons'' of Minneapolis is laving a home interior decoration ihowing. Harry Hall and Miss Lcpa Sandra of the Daylon studio staff arc n Mason City to consult wlih persons interested from 10 to 5 and "rom 7 to 9:30 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Miss Sandra will speak Wcdnes- lay evening at 8, discussing var- ous problems which arise in home lecorating liiestions. and answering any ing powder, s a i l , . Cut in butler un-Uohnson. The next meeting .will be lil it is in liny particles. 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