The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 27, 1954 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

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

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Saturday, February 27, 1954
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

F»b. 27, 1?54 M»i«n City Globe Ga»li«, Mason Clly, I». NEW ADDRESS MASON CITY A R R I V E D FROM D E S MOlNES-Dr. a n d Mrs. G . T r a v i s ' W c s t l y . a n d their three y n w n a m o Mason City from Des Monies and are making their home at 30 Beaumont Drive. Ma son City is f a m i l i a r territory for Dr. Westly, since he grew up at Manly and is a son of Dr. G. S. Westly there In Mason City, he is a surgeon, associated with Dr. George I. Ticc. The Westly children are Travis, 8, who is in -------- -* third grade at Wilson School, Carol Ann, 5, in Wilson kindergarten and Deanna who is 2. Dr. Westly is a graduate of the University of Iowa Medical School and interned at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. Following three years with the Army Medical Corps he had surgical residences at the University Hospital in Iowa Social Calendar MONDAY Occident Club-1, Mrs. H. J. Lyons, 13 10th N.W. LWV Board-1, Mrs. Gordon Curran, 120 4th N.W. Elks Ladies Bridge-:1, Clubrboms. Universal Mothers-1, Mrs. Bob Albrecht, 609 Madison N.W. TAE Club- Mrs. Foster Elliott, 806 Monroe N.W. AAUW-- 7, YWCA. LA to BRT-7:15, Labor Hall. Ceramics Club-7:30, Library. DAV Auxiliary-7?30, Hi-12 Club, public card party. Minerva Study Club-7:30, Mrs. Loren Grout, 408 15th S.E. St..Elizabeth Circle-; f:30, St...Joseph Hall. Amvet Auxiliary-7:45, Amvet Club. Bethlehem Elizabeth Circle--. 8, Mrs. George Miller, 1221 Jefferson N.W. Joyce Kilmer Club-- 7:30, Mrs. W. J. Slcpicka, 104 Jefferson N.W. Unity Chapter 58 OES-7:30, Masonic Temple. Phoenician Club-8, Mrs. L. J. Kirkham, 15 Westview Drive, mmanuel Martha Society-8, Mrs. M. S. Newburg, 1511 Carolina S^E. Presbyterian Evening Circle 2-8, Mrs. R. W. Fisehbeck, 1125 West State. Bethlehem Circles-8: Miriam Circle, Mrs. Roy Duff, Fellowship Hall. Martha Circle, 8, Mrs. John Gallagher 1116 West State. County Democratic Women-8, Hotel Hanford. Grandmothers Club-8, IOOF Hall. : TUESDAY Woman's Club Board-9:30, Administration Building. Panhellenic-- 1, Mrs. Barry Bishop, 954 5th S.E. Milwaukee Women-1:30, YWCA. United Service Circle-1:30, Mrs. Roy Wincman, 2820 16th S.W. WRC-- 1:30, Hi-12 Club. Beaufy Salon PHONE 5700 The Riviera Cut A delightful new coiffure . .. crisply short, and with that enchanting look . . . . Contrary to the helter-skelter and windblown appearance oi 'Italian Cuts", this design is more sleek, and more definite in its lines. COLD WAVE $4.95 Contour Cute $1.25- $1.50 · No Appointment ' Necessary · Use Your Charge Account Portland WCTU-- 2, Mrs. Hugh Hughes. Queen Rebekah Circle-2, IOOF Hall. Matinee Musicalc-- · Mrs. Paul A. Peterson, Pennsylvania S.E. Wesley WSCS Circle 8-7:30, Mrs. W. H. Tate, 202 Virginia S.E. 1411 St. Martin's Unit- City and the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. He was chief of section in surgery at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines before coming to Mason City. Mrs. Westly is from Philadelphia and is a registered nurse, h a v i n g :aken nurse's training at Children's Hospital in Philadelphia. In Des Moines, the Westlys at- .ended Ihe Lutheran Church. Dr. Westly says his work is his hobby ind Mrs. Westly enjoys playing bridge. Mrs. Karl Groh, rural St. Jude's Unit-8, Mrs. E. A. Engler, 10 Taylor S.W. Subordinate Lodge 224-8, IOOF Hall. Moose Lodge-8, Moose Hall. Women's Labor Auxiliary-8, Labor Hall. WEDNESDAY VH Club-12, Town House. Piano Study Club-1, Mrs. Royce Farrer, 805 Elm Drive. Intcrcreek Club-1, Mrs. Everett Hollatz. PEO Chapters-1: Chapler 1Y, Mrs. A. C. Frisk, RNA Social Circle-1:30, Hi-12 Club, public card party. Athenian Club-1:30, Mrs. L. C. Pattee, 548 East State. Baptist Mission Society- 1:30, Church. Sorosis Club-1:30, Mrs. W. E. Shaner, 853 1st N.W. Wesley WSCS-- 1:30: Circle 1, Mrs. Walter Zuelke, route 1; Circle 2, xMrs. Archie Anderson, 521 14th S.E.; Circle 3, Mrs. Dale Kretzinger 1321 S. Federal; Circle 4, church; Circle 5, Mrs. G. W. Hackney 510 Taylor S.W.; 7:30 Circle 6, Mrs. Mike Yankovich, 301 14th S.E.; Circle 7, Mrs. Norman Bcekley, 817 Massachusetts S.E. Mary and Martha Class-1:30, First Christian Church. Energetic Class- Congregational Church. Madison PTA Board-,1:45,; Mrs. Luige Napoletano, 11 25th S.W. 1137 2nd S.W.; Chapter GN YWCA; 2: Chapter IW, Mrs. Willis Patton, 916 Washington (Trinity WMF-- N.W.; Chapter DZ, Postponed. 2, Fellowship Hall, egion Auxiliary-- Immanuel Mary Circle-2, Church. Legion Auxiliary 1:30, Legion Hall., Bethlehem Naomi Circle-2, Mrs. Raymond Gruben. African Violet Club-2, Salvation Army Citadel. Our Saviour's Ladies Aid-2, Church. Degree of Honor-8, Labor Hall. Queen Rebekah Lodge-8, IOOF Hall. St. Joseph Mercy Alumnae Nurses- 8, Nurses Home. St. Helena's Circle-8:15, Mrs. Thomas Rye, 43 Willow Drive. Bethlehem Altar Guild-8:15, Fellowship Hall. THURSDAY OT Club-1, Mrs. Keith DeLacy, 6 llth N.E. Novel Club-1, Mrs. Draper Long, 1104 West State. Wedding Accessories INVITATIONS NAPKINS NUT CUPS CANDLES BRIDE'S BOOKS GUEST'BOOKS ANNIVERSARY BOOKS NAPKINS STOYLES PRINTING and OFFICE SUPPLIES 107 East Stat* Phon. 453 Brick A Til* Bldg. Covenant Ladies Aid-2, Mrs. Foster Langhoff, 1050 1st N.E. PRW-- 2, Mrs. Edward Stevens, route 3 Past Noble Grands-2, IOOF Hall. BPW Club-6:30, Hotel Hanford. Loyal 10 Club-7:30, Mrs. Ared White, 820 8th N.E. Bethlehem Walther League-7:45, Fellowship Hall. Women of the Moose-8, Moose Hall. Bethlehem Circles-8: Deborah Circle, Mrs. Graydon Snelson, 511 21st S.E.; Esther and Mary Circles, Mrs. Chester Woodhouse, 1020 Maple Drive; Tabitha Circle, Mrs. Victor Snyder, 807 llth N.E. LOTO-8, IOOF Hall. Building Trades Council-8, Labor Hall. FRIDAY United Council of Church Worn en-2:15, First Methodist Church Fundamental Group- Salvation Army Citadel. --o-Stewing meat can be cooked covered cither on top of the stove or in the oven. For top-of-slove cooking, a heavy kettle or Dutch oven is recommended. For oven cooking, an aluminum, iron or glass casserole will do. Has the Smartest 'COATS · SUITS · DRESSES · SPORTSWEAR Leather Is New Medium for Sewing By DOROTHY ROE Women who have coveted the high-priced luxury of soft suede jackets and olher leather coats are discovering that, with a little care, it's easy and thrifty to make them at home. Leather now is available to the home seamstress, so that anyone who can run a sewing machine can make a whole leather wardrobe if she likes, at a fraction of store prices. One of the most versatile and striking leather styles is a brief suede or kid jacket worn with a dress or tweed skirt in matching tone, for a town or travel team. The jacket is made from a standard pattern, featuring high-style lantern sleeves, stand-up collar and link-button closing. The very brief jacket is an important note in spring styles, suggesting the high - waisted Empire silhouetle, closely fitted through the midriff. Push-up sleeves call for 8-button length suede gloves. Sewing center experts point out that sewing with leather demands a completely different technique from sewing on fabric. The primary difference lies in the cutting, since leather is available in skins which arc irregularly shaped, and seldom more than a yard square. Leather, however, has no straight or bias, and it stretches. Rubber cement is used when a facing should be blind-stitched, and weights are used instead of pins whenever possible. It is essential to adjust the pattern before cutting, for leather seams cannot be let out once they have been stitched. Once you have learned the technique of stitching on leather, you will find many items which adapt well to it. A leather skirt is indestructible and looks wonderful with a leather jacket or tailored shirt. Men love leather and are enthusiastic about vests with leather fronts and cloth backs. Accessories are endless and include belts, hats, bags, gloves, collars and numerous gift items such as spectacle cases and tobacco pouches. Many of these articles may be created with scraps left from making larger garments. For complete information on sewing with leather, write to: Leather Instructions, 4th Floor, 39 West 37th Street, New York 18, New York. --o-FARMERS HAPPY HUSTLERS MEET Farmers Happy Hustlers m'et at the home of Mrs. Louis Hoe! and Mrs. Ray Leese of the Cancer Society spoke to the group. Two cancer films were shown. Refresh ments were served by the hostess. Arclmorc photo M A R R I E D IN F L O R I D A -- M r . and Mrs. Sam Richer of Mason City and Miami Beach, Fla., announce the marriage of their daughter, Judith, to Merle Litman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Litman of D u l u t h , Minn., which took place in Rabbi Leon Kronish's study in Temple Beth ^ Shokom in M i a m i Beach. Mrs. Michey Michaels was ma- ron of honor and Miss M i r i a m Richer, maid of honor. Arnold Coler acted as bestman. The bride vore a gown of white linen with scoop neckline outlined with applique embroidery, a fitted bod- 'ce and bouffant skirt. She carried i nosegay of pink camellias and :arnations surrounded by white marriage of Miss Marilyn Joan Lavender, daughter of Mr Mrs. C. E. Lavender of Moines, formerly of Mason City, 1 A Day 2720 SIZES 10 · 20 Nothing could be easier to do! No sleeves to set in--No collar to make--No waistline seam--No zipper to put into place. Just close the center front seam and top-stitch all he way down! And presto!--you lave an all-around-the-calendar 'avorite! No 2720 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16: 4Vi yds. of 35-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 immediately. For special handling of order via first class mail include an extra 5c per pattern. Just off the press! The brand new 1954 S PR ING - SUMMER FASHION BOOK is agog from cover to cover with exciting new- season styles and ideas for easy sewing and smart going from Breakfast until bedtime! In color, this book includes up-to-lhe-last- minute fashion forecasts for every age, overy size, every occasion! Yours for only an additional 25c. Vows Spoken at Ceremony in Chapel Announcement is made of the tulle. A reception was held at the home and of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bircnbaum in DCS Miami Beach. The couple will be at home .at ..-^r*i»v,.j, AUI. ini^A LJ uj. iiiciouil V-/1 Ij , ^ '"V^*-»f i^- % in uj av l i u n i u ell and Quentin Allen Bertelseu, son 3191 S.W. 14lh Street, Miami. The ,, · * , _ __. 3 -,,,,_ .,, . ,, . . brkle w a g g r a d u a t e d ' f r o m Ferry Hall in Lake Forest, 111., and at- of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bertelsen of Thornton, which took place in the chapel of the Plymouth Congregational Church in Des Moines. Dr. Charles M. Houser officiated at the 'double ring service. The couple was atlended by Miss Jane' Bertelsen and Roger Bertelsen, sister and brother of the bridegroom Mrs. Bartelsen was graduatec from the Mason City High School in 1951 and attended Junior College one year before moving to Des Moines. Mr. Bertelsen was graduated from the Thornton High School, and after service in World War 11,-took of a course at Hamilton's School Commerce. Following the ceremony, the couple left on a wedding trip through the southern states. After March 1 the couple will be at home on a farm two miles east of Thornton. Honey Instead of Coffee Maybe WASHINGTON.: (UP)--Nutritionists of Virginia Polytcchnical Institute recommended honey fruit punch for a healthful and refreshing drink. To make the punch, pour one quart of boiling water over one and one half teaspoons of black tea and five whole cloves; cover, let steep for five minutes, and strain. Combine tea with one cup orange juice, one cup lime juice, one half cup lemon juice, one half cup liquid honey and one quart of cold water, and pour over cracked ice to chill. Garnish with thin orange slices, red cherries, or mint leaves. Makes about 24 half- cup servings. --o-Coffee Stretched With Molasses! NEW YORK (UP)--If you are looking for ways of slrelching coffee, Iry this. Combine coffee with evaporated milk and molasses. To make 4 cups, you need 1% cups or a 14'/i ounce can of evaporated milk; 1% cups cold water; 1 A cup molasses; 2 teaspoons instant coffee, and a pinch of salt. Combine the ingredients and beat with rotary beater until the mixture is smooth and well-blended. The coffee shake may be served hot or chilled. Cooking snap beans? Try adding a few slices of onion to them with the boiling water for good flavor. Mason City Grandmothers Club s one of 250 clubs in. the United, laics lo win a place on Ihe Worn- in's Home Companion Honor Club ist, and a certificate has been sent o the club with nolification of Ihc iward. Mrs. II. L..Hettler, shown hotti- ng the certificate, was president of the Club (Curing the period in vhich the award was made. Mrs. iettler entered the conlest for her club by compiling the report of 300 words or less hich she sent .0 the Woman's Home Companion, .elling of the Grandmothers Club ictivities. ·';.,: Some of the major projects in vhich the club engaged include as sisting the Tuberculosis Assoeia- ion in tabulating returns, helping he Red Cross is contacting donors 'or the bloodmobilo, .giving parties 'or the children in the IOOF home, lonating to the Cancer fund, con- ributing gifts of food and clolhing 'or Chrislmas Cheer. Olhor efforts of the club have ncluded sending boxes lo Ihe sol- liers in Korea, adopting a handi capped and needy child in Ihc com- nuiuly, donating to civic drives, giving a tree for arbor day and a lowering shrub during beautify- vour-city month' ( M a y ) lo the city larks, gathering eye glasses to be ·egrouncl for the use of the needy; iclping needy families with food ind clothing,' donating books to shut-ins and to libraries, giving the National Grandmothers m a g a z i n e o the Mason City Library and to he boys in Korea . and offering services for civil defense and col- ecting discarded Chrislmas cards 'or cutouts for handicapped children. The awards were made on a )asis of activities for a two year period and the list of winners ap- ears in the March issue of the magazine, in an article by Albert tended the University of Minnesota. The bridegroom spent four years in the U.S. Navy and received his degree at the University of Minnesota law school. --o-Showers Given to Honor Bride .Mrs. Norman Shaffer, the former Mary Lou Plath, has returned to tier home in Warrensburg, Mo., after spending the past two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plath, 1118 Hampshire N.E. During her stay, Mrs. Shaffer was honored at several postnuptial showers. Mrs. George Legarcl and Mrs. Wilbur Plath were hostesses at a brunch'and shower at the Wilbur Plath home, COB 10th N.E., and Miss Beverly Wiftsic and Miss Barbara G o r h a m , at a kitchen shower at the Ed Wiltsic home, 117 14th N.E. A group of hostesses who gave a shower for her at the Grace Evangelical -UB Church parlors included Mrs. C. E. Baker, Mrs. George Collen, Mrs. Gus Kahle, Mrs. Frank Fcwins, Mrs. Rudy Haensch, Mrs. L. R. Brand, Mrs. Carl Werthenbach, Mrs. 0. E. Moon and Mrs. Frank Crook. --o-Sweet Dressing for Fruit Saiad NEW YORK (UP)-A combination of honey and marshmallpw makes a tasty dressing for your favorite fruit salad. Combine 1 beaten egg yolk with 14 cup honey, 2 tablespoons lemon juice and a dash of salt. Cook over hot water until the mixture thickens. Then add 4 cut-up marsh mallows and stir until melted. Remove from ieat and chill. Before serving, fold in '/a cup whipped cream. ASK RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE THEY'RE ALL Smtv SATIN Grdndrnothers Glub Named to, Magazine Honor List Pink Roses 429 You won't need to embroider these gorgeous roses--just iron off the transfer--the pink of the rose and the green of the leaves are right in the transfer! There are "our big roses measuring five nches and eight smaller budding roses which measure VA. inches to .ise on place mats, scarves, lunch eon and lea cloths; on hostes; aprons, guest towels, pillowcases Send 25c for the Dye-Fast Mulli :olor Roses (Pattern No. 429) com )lcte transfer and laundering in slructions. Your nam.-, address, pattern number to Carri Curtis, Mason Ci(y Globe-Gazette, Box 229, Madison Square Station, New York 10, N. Y. MRS. II. L. HETTLER Maisel on ''How Good Is Your Woman's Club?" The G r a n d m o t h e r s Club is one of Mason City's youngest organizations, having been organized by Mrs. Helller in 1951. Mrs. lletllcr also won first prize on scrapbooks at the N a t i o n a l convention of Grandmothers Clubs in St. Petersburg and the year book which she compiled was given honorable mention. --o-Helping the Homemaker By Cecily Brownstone DINNER MENU Here's a variation on a favorite way to glaze a butt. Split Pea Soup v/ith Croutons Savory Pork Shoulder Butt Baked Sweet Potatoes Spinach Salad · Bread and Butter Coffee Gelatin Beverage SAVORY PORK SHOULDER BUTT Ingredients: 1 ,boneless smoked pork shoulder butt (about 2 pounds), whole cloves,. Vi cup "irmly packed dark brown sugar, 3 tablespoons prepared yellow mustard. Method: Cover bull with water; bring to a boil; simmer one hour. Drain butt and stick with cloves at 1-inch intervals. Mix brown sugar and mustard to a paste, spread over butt. Place in small shallow pan or ovenproof platter. Bake in very hot (450 F) oven, basting once or twice, for 10 or .15 minutes. Serve hot. METHODIST CIRCLE MEETS AT GRAHAMS Circle 14 of the First Methodisl VVSCS met at the home of Mrs. Andrew G r a h a m , 728 Birch drive, with 16 members and 3 guests attending. Mrs. Steve Stahl led devotions; Mrs. Manley KHnger led the lesson on "Who Are the Guilty?" Refreshments were served by Mrs. Art Reynolds and Mrs. "Ralph Diercks. . ( ilegislry Service fnr your ·! Wedding Gift* CLASSIC SUIT BLOUSE "Morlo - Tishu," a luxurious tissue faille. Nylon marquisette appliqucd with faille gives' added interest lo the neckline. Exciting ne spring shades. Other Hloti.ici from !.!! to M.ffo

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page