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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 Â·} 1937 ORGANIZATIONS PLAN VARIETY OF PROGRAMS FOR WEEK 2 Meetings Planned by Departments Reception to Be Given at Y. for New Secretary Thursday. Many events are planned for ihe coming week by various organizations including the Woman's club, the Mason City chapter of the American Association of University Women, the Hadassah, and the Y. W. C. A. Welcoming the new Y. W. C. A. secretary, Miss Kathleen Simms, who has just arrived from Dayton, Ohio, the Young Women's council will sponsor a reception Thursday evening at the Y.. following the health talk to be given on the Live-Y-ers program by Dr. V. E. Wicks. , On Care of Fcef. Dr. Wicks' talk will be concerned .with proper footwear and care of the feet. This is the fifth in a sc- ries of eight lectures on various topics sponsored by the' Young Women's council. Woman's club members who are engaged in projects in the handcraft department are "being given an extra meeting to allow thorn time to finish their work. The meeting will be Tuesday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The final meeting of the yeai will be Tuesday, Feb. 16. Mrs W. W. Remington of Minneapolis will return to Mason City for the third in a series of foui current event lectures Wednesday sfternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y. W C. A. Mrs. Remington plans to devote her time Wednesday to a discussion of our naliohal problems. A. A. XT. \V. to Meet. The Mason City chapter of the American Association of University Women will meet Monday evening with Miss Eleanor Hazlett, 111 Ninth street northeast. The lesson will be on Greece and the Balkans. Mason City's Hadassah chapter is sponsoring a motion picture oÂ£ the Youth Aliyah movement in Palestine Tuesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. A program of readings and music will be presented in addition to the film. .--o--Â· New Ahepa Officers Are Installed; Basil 'Papatonis President New officers have been installed by ihe local Ahepa lodge, with 3. Zanias of Ames acting as installing officer. The officers arc Basil Papantonis, president; Tom Pappas, vice president; J. Woonas, secretary: .Tim Banos, treasurer, and Alex Garu- f is, ePte Karamilros, Anton Garufis, T. Skarlis and T. Potiriades. trustees. The most important achievement of the national Ahepa order during the last year was the purchase of a sanatorium known as the Ahepa Sanatorium in Albuquerque, N. M. This institution, which will open its doors on March 25, as a nonprofit and charitable institution, has a capacity of 100 beds, and its total valuation is $250,000. The local chapter' of Ahepa i. planning to give a grand charity ball this month for the benefit of that institution. JOLLY SEWING CLUB IS ENTERTAINED The Jolly Sewing club met Friday with Mrs. S. M. Pine, 1444 Adams avenue northwest, ant during the business session votet SI to the Red Cross for flood relief. The afternoon was spent it cutting quilt blocks and refreshments were served by the hostess Mrs. J. C. Christiansen. 92 Fourth street southwest, will entertain the members and thei. husbands at a Valentine party on Feb. 13. EXECUTIVE BOARD OF P. T. A. MEETS Executive board of the McKinle P. T. A. met at the school Frida;, afternoon with Mrs. M. J. Capon presiding. It was voted to give 5; lor flood relief, ?5 for the McKinley milk fund and $5 for welfare work. Mrs. P. R. Donaldson re ported on the P. T. A. counci meeting held in the Music hall The regular P. T. A. meeting wai announced for Feb. 10 at 2:3 o'clock when a founder's day pro gram will be given and a founder'; day offering taken. Lacings Form Trimming GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City Â· By DIANA DAY Frock for Daughter Has High Neckline, Puffed Sleeves and Fitted Bodice With Flaring Skirt. Y o u r clothes-conscious little daughter will be crazy about this princess dress of slim grown-up lines. She'll especially like its swishy swing hem. It may have a stand-up, collar with perky scarf-like ends or her favorite shirt collar. The full, shoulder short sleeves are cuffed to show off her chubby arms. Note the saucy way it is "laced" down the front and tied at the waistline. Mummy will like the way it fits into her allowance. It is made of a tyrolean cotton print with lots of red and blue on a white ground. The collar, sleeve bands and the lacing are plain red. Perhaps daughter would like to sew it for it cuts in one piece from shoulder to hem. A dressmaking chart included shows in pictures how each part is joined. Styld No. 2790 is designed for sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 years. Size 8 requires 2 yards of 39 inch material with ',Â·Â· yard of 35 inch contrasting. Send fifteen cents 15c), (coin is preferred) for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state si?.e you wish. The Spring Fashion Magazine is full of fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cenls a copy. You will find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit, and your early summer cottons. You have only to study yourself and take your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the new models. Book costs 10 cenls. Send for it today. Book and pattern together, 2o cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address "Globe-Gazette Pattern Â· department, 160 Fifth avenue, INeiv York City. Robert Haan Weds CoLina Mikish at Forest City Church CRYSTAL L A K E -- Robert iaan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Haan of Crystal Lake, will be mar- Â·ied Feb. 8 to CoLina Mikesh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mikesh of Forest City, at the St. Tames church at Forest City with he Rev. Father Slovey officiating. They will be attended by the bride's sister, Gladys Mikesh, and he bridegroom's brother, Edward laan. The wedding will take place at he same church where the bridegroom's parents were married the ame date 27 years ago. A wedding breakfast will be erved at the home of the bride's parents for the immediate fami- ies. A shower and dance for the couple will be held Monday eve- ling at the Forest City clubhouse. Mr." and Mrs. Haan plan to live at Crystal Valley where Mr. Haan s interested in the peat land vege- ,able growing. The bride has taught rural school. --o-- LARSON-iOU,NG DECOUAH--Announcement has been made qÂ£ the marriage of Miss Marguerite Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young of Decorali, to Spencer Larson of Lincoln township, read Wednesday by the Rev. Carl Losen of Locust, at the home of the bride's parents. The attendants were Miss Mabel Larson, sister of the bridegroom, and Milton Young, brother of the bride. Miss Young has been the assistant in the Farm Bureau office for the past three years. They will make their home on a H E L P I N G T H E H O M E M A K E R By MRS. 'MARY MORION Menu Hint. Heart Shaped Sandwiches of Ham, Cheese, Sausage Green Salad Pickles Olives St. Valentine Cake Salted Nuts Motto Candies Coffee This menu is intended for a St. Valentine party. Men like sandwiches, and I always think of them especially when planning sandwiches as part of the menu. Get an assortment of cheese and vary your cheese sandwiches; same with sausages, and have some good hearty ham sandwiches as well, or roast pork, or chicken, if you. prefer. Roast pork is, m the opinion of many people, .is good as chicken. You can make the sandwiches heart shaped if you wish, but that is an extravagance, as there is a good deal of waste. Unless, of course, you can use the crusts and corners of the bread for something good to eat, when it Js permissible. Even if you auc not giving a St. Valentine parly, the family, sweetheart or guests would appreciate the cake with its Cupid's frosting. Valentine's Day Parties Are Planned Girl Reserve Groups Will Celebrate Event at Meetings. St. Valentine's day will be observed by various Girl Reserve groups at their meetings during the week. The seventh grade Girl Reserves arc to have a Valentine party on Thursday after school in the downstairs club room of the Y. W. C. A. The groups and leaders who are to participate are: Monroe 7, Mrs. Henry Saug, leader; Lincoln 7, Mrs.-L. J. Heeb, leader; Roosevelt 7, Miss Jane Conlin, leader. The Madison group with Mrs. Charles Borman as leader, will have its own Valentine meeting at school because it is so far to come to the "Y." The Roosevelt group is making favors for the party, Monroe group is furnishing cookies. A group of leaders met at the home of Mrs. Heeb on Friday afternoon to arrange games. Hi-Tri will have its regular meeting on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. It will be a Valentine party with three of the Hi-Tri advisers as hostesses, Miss Mary Sherman, Miss Inez Gwynn and Miss Helen Fullerton. Mrs. T. E. Davidson, chairman of the girls' work committee, has called a special meeting for Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. The main business of the meeting will be special planning for the third annual girls' hobby show which will be April 7, B, 9, 10. BITS ABOUT 'EM farm in Lincoln township. MARGARET KIRBACIl TO WED IN' CHICAGO ALGONA--The marriage Miss Margaret Kirbach lo h a v e Mrs. Henry N. t Graven oÂ£ Greene, with her two sons, David and Stanley, were visitors in Mason City Saturday. Judge Graven began his duties on the district court bench here this past week and it is the family's plan to move here in the spring. * * s Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Thomas and children, Ralph, Robert and Leona, 812 Third street southwest, have left on a three weeks' tour through old Mexico. - * * Jim Pauley, a student at the University of Iowa, is spending the . week-end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Pauley, 303 Carolina avenue, southeast, e * ** Miss Dorene Chapman, daugh- :r of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Chap- Â·nan, has left for Florida where she wil! spend from four to six veelcs visiting in Miami, Palm Beach, St. Petersburg and other places on the coast. 3 t 3 Miss, nheon Zack who attends Iowa State Teachers college is a iveelc-end guest at the home of icr parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zack, 620 Sixth street southeast. =^ -t if Miss Barbara Walker has ; rived from Iowa City where she attends the University of Iowa lo spend the week-end with heL parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Walter J. Today's Recipes. VALENTINE CAKE--One-half cup butter or other shortening, one cup sugar, one egg, two cups flour, four teaspoons baking powder, one-fourth third cup teaspoon salt, one- sweetened condensed milk, two-thirds cup water, one teaspoon vanilla. Cream together butter- and sugar until light and fluffy. Add egg, slightly beaten. Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder and salt and siEt again. Blend together sweetened condensed milk and water, and add alternately with dry ingrcdi- o [ cuts to butter mixture. Beat until smooth. Add vanilla. Bake in been performed in Algonn on Feb. 15 will now be held in Chicago because her lather, E. R. Kirbach, agent at the Railway Express office here, has been transferred to Burlington and the family will leave sometime next week. The wedding will be at the home of the bridegroom, Waller Moeller, Chicago. The Kirbachs formerly lived in Chicago. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED AT CKKSCO CRESCO--A marriage- license was issued at the county clerk's office in Cresco Thursday, Feb. 4, for Rolland Langslron, 23, of Hawkeye, Iowa, and Anna Kirst, 22, of Crcsco. I Have Purchased the Lee Chung Bros. Laundry at 319 South Federal Ave. And Hereafter It Will Be Known as The Federal laundry WE ARE SPECIALIZING NOW IN SHIRT BUNDLES Old nnd New Customers Invited to Try Our Up-lo-Date Laundry Service PHONE 6,96 AT 339 SOUTH FEDERAL HAROLD BAMMAN, Prop. greased loaf pan in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for 40 minutes or until done. Cover with Cupid's frosting. CUPID'S FROSTING -- Two cups finely powdered confectioners' sugar, one-half cup sweetened condensed milk, one-fourth cup drained M a r a s c h i n o cherries, chopped fine. Stir sifted confectioners' sugar into sweetened condensed milk. Add Maraschino cherries which have been finely chopped, and beat until smooth and creamy. Cool cake before spreading frosting, Decorate with interlocking hearts made of small red cinnamon drops. Walker, west. 18 Tenth street north- Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Franchere 930 Madison avenue northwest have returned from Chicago where they spent a few days. := o s Mrs. E. W. Maves, 214 Thirteenth street northeast, is spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs. Guy Folsom, at Quincy, III! o * * Mr. and Mrs. Judy Tamasi have arrived from Waterloo for a week-end visit with Mrs. Tamasi'i parents. o * c Dwight Williamson, 9 N i n t h street northeast, who is employee in Damon's display d e p a r t m e n t has enrolled at Iowa State college, Ames, for a three weeks short course. "Saucy Trick" Dressing up the left-overs is no new art--but there's a new sauce to do the trick: One cup sugar, two tablespoons cornstarch, one tablespoon melte'J butter, one-half cup white corn syrup, one cup boiling water, two tablespoons lemon juice, one- fourth teaspoon salt, two tablespoons orange juice, grated rind of half orange, grated rind one- half lemon. Cook all ingredients, except fruit juice and rind, in top of double boiler for 20 minutes. Add fruit juice and rind, blend and pour, while hot, over cottage or fruit pudding. --o-ST. KATHERINE'S GUILD TO RECEIVE COMMUNION St. Katherinc's Guild of St. I John's Episcopal church will receive corporate communion Sunday morning at 7 o'clock at the church. A breakfast in Ihe parish hall will follow. Sours Warns About Statehouse Tipping DES MOINES, (/P)--Rep. Roy J. Sours (R) of Charles City warned house cloakroom attendants . Saturday that they'd bette: not even look like they'd take a tip. Taking the floor, Sours cited th house rule against tipping of attendants and declared he'd heard house guests were virtually beiiiE forced to tip cloakroom attendants "I've warned these attendants,' he said, "and if it happens again I'm going to invoke the rule." WIFE PRESERVERS A very simple cake with coco nut, candied fruit, cocoa, nuts dates or figs added to the batlc gives a variety of flavorings Topped with whipped cream Ihi cake makes an excellent dessert Social Calendar MONDAY Occident club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Fulton Potter, 10 York avenue northeast, lesson, Mrs. V. A. Farrell. lonclay Bridge clul-- 2 o'clock, Mrs. Wallace Nutting, 310 Madison avenue southwest. Monday club-Mrs. John MacMillan, 116 Kentucky avenue southeast, lesson, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, Atlantic Monthly, lidlanfl club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. P. Shipley, 304 Washington avenue northwest. /hautauqna club-Mrs. J. T. Laird, 311 First street southeast, current events, Mrs. W. D. Thrams; lesson," Mrs. H. A. Phillips. T. A. E. club- Mrs. J. O. Gilbei-tson, 930 Jefferson avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. A. C. Kluck. H. E. O. club-Mrs. Ray E. Johnson, 201 Taylor, avenue southwest, lesson, Mrs. George White, Mrs. N. P. Hoover. Twentieth Century clul-- Mrs. John Senneff, 9 Beaumont drive, current events, Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick, lesson, Mrs. Earl Smith. [aria Mitchell club-Mrs. W. H. Baivd, 804 Adams avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. Roe Thompson. }go Iffo club-0:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ralph Joynt, 721 Jersey avenue southeast. \. A. U. W.-7:30 o'clock, Miss Eleanor Hazlett, 111 Ninth street northeast, lesson, Mrs. Edith 'Naylor, Mrs. L. T. Oldham. Beta Sigma Phi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Â·M. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall, cniorial association-8 o'clock, courthouse. Elks Briflee club-8 o'clock, clubrooms. rRSbytcrian Evening circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Claude Thomas, 930 Monroe avenue northwest. TUESDAY "Madison Executive Board-2 o'clock, school. "Madison Community Center-7:13 o'clock, school, program. Wa-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, E. W. Clark, speaker. Handicraft department-1 to 5 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Tu-Spot club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, Mrs. Vernon Stilwell, hostess. Busy Bee Mission band-7 o'clock, Earl and Merle Brewer, 1604 North Federal avenue. Baptist Y. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. C. Sullivan, 1307 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Clio club-7:45 o'clock, Miss Cora Sundell, 4D Crescent drive, Mrs. Bert Brett, leader. St. James Friendship society--8 o'clock, church parlors, Valentine party, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pearson, serving. C. D. of A.-8 o'clock, Moose hall, benefit card party. WEDNESDAY Madison P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, fifth grade parents in charge. Fortnightly club-1:45 o'colck, Mrs. Albert Hass, 1 Taylor avenue southwest. Current Events department-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Woodman Circle Beryl Grove No. 135-2 o'clock, Mrs. George Buck, 7 Monroe avenue northwest, for members and invited friends. Women of the Moose-2 o'clock, Moose hall, child care and training department, Mrs. S. A. Bemis, chairman. 4 E's club-2:30 o'clock'. Mrs. F. C. Hencman, 32 Vermont avenue southeast. Central Lutheran S. E. jrrounp-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. W. Schilling. 628 Sixth street southeast. Athenian club-Mrs. M. E. Kelly, 434 Fourth street southeast, current events, Mrs. N. J. Moreland, Mrs. E. E. Fleming, lesson, Mrs. T. Phalen. Social Hour club- Mrs. C. W. Files. Inter Creek club-Mrs. James Jarvis. McKinley P. T. A.-2:30 o'cloc, school, founder's day program. V. F. W. Auxiliary-- fi:3D o'clock, V. F. W. hall, pot luck dinner, meeting at E o'clock. Bedilehcm division 2-P. G. and E. auditorium, Mrs. Willpirn Challas, hostess. W. N. T.'club-fl o'clock, Home tea room, Mrs. Ina Bailey, hostess. THURSDAY Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Mrs. C. J. Kaufmann, 25 Ninth street northwest. Baptist Glldner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. H. Hamblin, 1135 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. O. T. O. club-2 o'clock, Mrs. E. W. Lewis, 703 Tenth street northwest. Immanuel Sonfh division-2 o'colck, Mrs. Ernest Nygren 24C. Twentieth street southeast. Trinity Forest park circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. O. Grcgerson 1210 Fourtli street southwest. Hard!lie P. T. A 2:30 o'clock, school, lalk nn "Stepping Out as a Fnmily." C. E Oilman. Founder's day observance. Baby Clinic Is Held at Y by Club Gold. Stars Awarded to 14 Children for Standard Weight. In spite of the cold weather, 33 babies were out for the health clinic sponsored by the Woman's club child conservation department Friday afternoon from 1 to 3 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Gold stars were awarded to 14 for standard weight and measurement. Star winners included Clyde Hutehinson, Vincent di Marco, Dixie Joan Query, Nancy Jane West, Ronald Evans, Gerald Robinson, Scot Trewin, Arlita McMurray, Mary Ann Evanoff, Robert Gerdes, Louis Max Romey, Caroline Ersland, Elden Molter and Gary MacMurray. Dr. R. E. Brisbine was the physician in charge and he was assisted by Miss Ruth Fisher, city nurse, and Mrs. Herbert Grupp, Mrs. B. S. Smiley, Mrs. W. If. Hannaman, Mrs. F, S. Hanson and Mrs. C. M. Franchere. Clinics are held on the first Friday of every month and are open for all children of pre-schobl age. In addition to checking weight and measurements, one complete physical examination a year is provided for each child. --o-Program Presented at Meeting Held by Kill Kare Members Kill Kare Klub met at the P. G. and E. Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith as hosts. The vice president, Russell Currier, was in charge of the meeting. The program included piano and trombone music by John Warren Hanson and a talk on "The Effect of the Flood on the Soil" by C. W. Bistline, on "Soil Conservation" by Henry Cahill and on the "Production Record oÂ£ North Iowa Farms" by Mr. Currier. Miss Mildred Miller gave a Valentine reading and veCresh- ments were served at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be March 5 with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson. Mark Anniversary MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUI7LES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Allen Ernest Johnson, 21, and Maybelle Peterson, 19, both of Blooming Prairie, Minn., John Barragy, Rockwell, and ladys Jacobs, Dougherty; Harry W. Laufle, 53, and Ruth G. Thurston, 43, Justin Casey, 33, and Marian Bailey, 26, all of Mason City; William A. Kuffcl, 42, and Catherine Elizabeth Hinote, 32, both of Oskaloosa; and Karl F. Ahlman, 43, and Lillian N. Fuller, 29, both of Albert Lea, Minn. MISS MARTHA JONES HONORED AT TARTY Miss Martha Jones was honorcc at a surprise party given on the occasion of her birthday Friday by Mrs. Robert Evans, K. C. apartments. Bridge was played with prizes going to Mrs. Roger Grippen and Mrs. John Branson anc gift Jones. was presented to Miss CLARION COUPLE IS IHARRIED HERE J. O Doty, 21, and Ethel Gehler 20, both of Clarion, were married in the offices of the clerk of district court. S. H. MacPeak, by Justice of Peace S. L. Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Babcock, 946 First street southeast, will celebrate their fifty-third wedding anniversaiy Sunday. They were married Feb. 7, 18B4 at Charles City. Mrs. Babcock who will be 77 years old on April 10 was born near Danville, Ohio, and came to Iowa with her parents in 1871, settling a mile east of where Rock Grove was at that time. Mr. Babcock who will also celebrate a birthday in April, when lie will be 78 years old on April 26, was born in New York state and came lo Iowa with his parents, settling in the same vicinity as his wife's people. They have no children. After farming for a few years, Mr. Babcock took up the carpenter trade and followed it until five years ago when he retired. HADASSAH W I L L SPONSOR YOUTH ALIYAH PICTURE Pleasant Iliiifre club-Postponed for four weeks. Rehckali circle-2:30 o'clock, \. O. O. F. hall, Mrs. Margaret Slolienberg, hostess. East Side Ladies' aid- Mrs. Jay Southard, 1020 East State street. Trinity Roosevelt circle-' 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. Quenrud, 1604 Pennsylvania avenue soutiieast, Mrs. J. Rustad, co- hostess. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Live Y-crs-- 7:30 o'clock. Y. W. C. A., talk by Dr. V. E. Wicks, reception following for Miss Kathleen Simms. new secretary. Central P. T. A.-- 7:4S o'clock, school, father's nigh t. R. N. A.-7:30 o'clock. Moose hall. FRIDAY Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock-, Mrs. J. W. Height, 320 Second street northwest, division 2, hostess, division 6, program, white elephant sale^ Triple T club-1 o'clock, Home tearoom, Mrs. G. G. Weida, hostess. Mary and Martha circle-8 o'clock, Mrs. H. James, 203 Â· -Sixth street southeast. Worlil 'Day of Prayer-3 o'clock, Baptist church, the Rev. C. E. Flynn, speaker. Good Cheer loilse-- 7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. L. A. P. M.-I. O. O. F. hall. SATURDAY Little Star Mission bant!-- 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Frank Fcwins, Mason City Hadassah chapter will sponsor the showing of a motion picture dealing with the Youth Aliyah movement in Palestine Tuesday evening at the Y. M. :. A. The Youth Aliyah project has :o do with the taking of persecuted children between the ages of 10 and 15 years from Europe and putting them on the laud in Palestine where they are educated and cared for. In addition to the movie, Mrs. Louis Wolf will give a reading and there will be music. A small admission fee is being charged and the proceeds wilt go to the buildnig fund of the Roth- ichild University hospital on Mount Scopus in Palestine. The program is open to the public and the ticket sale is in charge of Mrs. Wolf and Mrs. Sam Richer. .--o-Stacyville Couples Have Double Wedding STACYVILLE--A double wedding ceremony was performed Feb. 4 at Visitation church by the Rev. Father Manternach uniting Miss Viola Steiger to Irvin Mauei and Miss Gertrude Wolf of Osage to Raymond Maucr. Miss Bertha Steiger was bridesmaid for hei sister, Viola, and Miss Delia Mauer of Chicago was the bridesmaid of Gertrude Wolf. Sixty guests were present at the reception and wedding dinner given a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mauer. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mauei will reside on the Joe Webei farm and Mr. and Mrs. Raymonc Mauer will live on the home farm. --o-NAGEL-SELLSTROM: ALGONA--Announcement ha been made of the approachin, marriage of Dorothy E. Sellstrom daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R Sellstrom of Algona, to William E. Nagel, Feb. 12, at Annadalc Staten Island, 1ST. Y., where th couple will reside following brief wedding trip. Miss Solls'tron was graduated from the Algon high school and attended Gustavu Aclnlphus college nt St. Peiei Minn. The past year she has laugh in Harcourt. Plans Made for Wedding | on Feb. 13 Members of Bridal Party Are Chosen by Couple. Miss Ruth Irons, daughter of ,Ir. and Mrs. J. W. Irons, 124 .'ourth street northwest, and Erlest A. Hayes .of Mount Pleasant vho will be married Saturday vening, Feb. 13, have chosen the members of their bridal party to nclude Miss Ann Whitley of Min- icapolis, the maid of honor, and ..aMar Hoaglin of Mount Pleas- .nt, best man. Bridesmaids will be Miss Elemor Irons and Miss Mary Gould, _Â»Iason City, Mrs. Lester Ahrens of Osage and Miss Mary Winslow of Cedar Rapids. Junior bridesmaids hosen include Miss Jean Wodtke if Cedar Rapids, Miss Helen Mar- [aret Carter of Danville, Miss luth Ann Irons and Miss Domini Haynes of Mason City. Four Flower Girls. Dody Weston and Joyce Baum- jartncr, Mason City, and Martha uid Carol Hayes of Mount Pleasant will be flower girls and Robera and Harold Hayes oÂ£ Wilmette, Chicago, and Lester Alirens of Osage, pages. Robert Irons of Mason City, John Whitley of Minneapolis, Eugene McCoid and Marvin Patterson of Mount Pleasant will act as lenior ushers and Billy Wodtke of ^cdar Rapids, Carter B. Ward oÂ£ St. Johnsbury, Vt., Ralph Miller of Hillsboro and Leslie Johnson oE Sheridan, Wyo., will e junior ushers. To Have Reception. The ceremony will take place at St. John's Episcopal church and will be followed by a reception at :he Hotel Hanfoi'd. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Knesel and Dr. and Mrs. Hardy Pool will set as reception losts, assisted by Rcmley J. Glass, Roy Johnson, Stuart Pool and Ray Whorley. Much prcnuptial entertaining is aeing done for the bride-elect and itmong the affairs planned is a :uncheon to be given Tuesday by Mrs. H. E. Romey, Mrs. G. E. Harrison, Mrs. Draper Long and Mis. "arlelon Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Friesner wilt entertain at i family dinner Sunday in her lonor. Bridge Luncheon. Mrs. W. P. Mcrkcl, 69 River Heights drive, was hostess at a luncheon Friday afternoon at her home for Miss Irons.' White flow-', era and candles centered the luncheon table and during the afternoon bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Draper Long and Miss Irons. A gift was presented to her by the hostess. Novel club members entertained at luncheon Thursday at the home of Mrs. G. E. Harrison, 115 Vermont avenue southeast. Red roses in crystal bowls around a mirror formed the centerpiece and Valentine nutcups were at each place. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Long and a bridge table and four chairs were prescnlcd (o Miss Irons.' rCS MARRIED AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA--Couples married at the Little Brown church by the Rev. J. Harold Fairlie include Mrs, Isabella Wentworth and Paul Ratz, Mason City; Mrs. Blanche Schever and Thedore Debel, Tripoli; Opal Christensen, Curlew, and Raymond Dixon, Plover. JONES-KAFKA LIME SPRINGS -- Miss Elva Kapka and Elwyn Jones were married nt New Hampton "Wednesday. 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