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

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MRS. Women Will Cast Vote March 14 Dr. Henry C. Link to Be Speaker at General Meeting Mrs. Howard 'A. O'Leary was nominated for the office of president of the Mason City Woman's club at the meeting of the club board Tuesday morning at the administration building. Other nominees on the slate presented by Mrs. R. L. Jackson are Mrs. Floyd Johnson, financial secretary; Mrs. H. E. Bast, recording secretary; Mrs. Francis Beck, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Hanford MacNider. director. . The slate will be presented to the general Woman's club membership at its March meeting to be voted on. Members of the nominating committee with Mrs. Jackson were Mrs. Charles H. Barber and Mrs. L. S. Sanders. Mrs. A. L. Peterson, program chairman, announced that Dr Henry C. Link will be the speaker at the March general meeting next Tuesday afternoon at the First Methodist church. The art department is arranging for a penny march to be held, at the meeting in connection with the Penny Art fund of the General Federation of Women's clubs. Mrs. O'Leary, art chairman, announced that the loan exhibit from the Sioux City art center is m the extension gallery in the library and will remain there until March 24. Members of the board asked that all materials belonging to the Woman s club be collected. An effort is being made to bring all the files, secretaries books and the like, belonging to the club, together. Remaining departmental meetings were announced for March 28 when the drama department will meet in the morning and the current events department in the afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. It was voted to purchase S6 worth of the Wild life Federation seals. A university is a place where everybody uses the same shower baths and gets the same foot itch "--Kewanee Star-Courier. H elping the omemaker By MHS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Lenten Meals Featured Breakfast Menu Chiiled Orange Juice Cooked Wheat Cereal with Figs Cream Soft-Cooked Eggs Buttered Toast · Jam Coffee for Adults Cocoa for Children Luncheon Menu Miss Hazel M. Scott Weds Donald E, Couple Will Live in New York City Following Trip Clam Chowder Crackers Cottage Cheese Relish Salad Cocoanut Sticks Plum Sauce Tea for Adults Milk for Children Dinner Menu Oysters Au Gratin Buttered Spinach Savory Green Beans Biscuits Honey Fruit Salad French Dressing Jellied Chocolate Dessert Cream Coffee for Adults Milk for Children Cocoanut Sticks 3 egg yolks 1 cup dark brown sugar ',4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup pastry flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 3 egg whites, beaten % cup cocoanut Beat yolks with sugar. Fold in salt, vanilla, flour and baking powder. Lightly mix in whites and pour into a shallow pan lined with waxed paper. Sprinkle with cocoanut. Bake for 25 minutes in a moderate oven. Cool and cut into sticks. Oysters Au Gralm 4 tablespoons butter 1% cups small oysters 1-3 cup diced cooked celery 1 tablespoons flour 2 cups milk 1-3 teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon paprika 1 cup boiled rice 3 tablespoons butter, melted Miss Hazel M. Scott, daughter of Mrs. Maude E. Scott, 1039 East State street, became the bride of Donald B. Dole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dole of Buffalo N Y., March 5 at 2 o'clock. ' The ceremony was performed by the Hev. Alfred Nickless, in the First Presbyterian church of Davenport. The bride wore a dress of chartreuse green with japonoca accessories. She wore a corsage of gardenias and talisman roses and frees! a. The bride was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. R. S. Scott of Davenport, who wore a brown crepe dress with matching accessories, and corsage of talisman roses and freesia. Mr. Dole's attendant was Thomas Sonners. Only immediate members of* the family, including the mother of the bride, and a few close friends were present. A wedding dinner at the home of Mrs. Dole's brother, R. S. Scott, MRS. DONALD B. DOLE MEN LOVE % GIRISWITH PEP »re PWy and lufl at fan, men win yon to cUiuxs and partt^ xs n p a r ^ BUT il yon «re cross, listless and tired' ^". 5?"' b» interested. Men dcn't like pnetr inrlj. When they go to parties they ·wnt girls along who are lull of pep. * tJ^* 11 J?* ^ ""I* a S 003 *"*»! system tonic, remember !,, 3 gEneraSoni one Troman bits told another how to eo "smilinE thru" with Lydia B. Pinkham's VegeSblt Compound. It helps brnld up more physical resistance and thus aidi in gwin» you more ---f-«~...j ~uL«;i, JUCJltJQ Melt butter in a frying pan. Add oysters and cook three minutes Pour in celery and flour. Blend thoroughly. Add milk and seasonings. Cook slowly until a creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly. Pour into a buttered, shallow bakin- dish. Cover with rice mixed with the melted butter. Bake for 2D minutes in a moderate oven. To give a tang to ham omelet ^(V+il \ UtUe Prepared mustard with the ham. Just a .little re- m ! m . ller .' ^ flav °r should be subtle. Another good idea is to add chih sauce, chopped pickles and finely rmnced parsely to cheese omelet, BART ZEN-KEENE Y vy^DFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. -tarl X, Nelson announce the marriage of their daughter, Pauline -Keeney, to Leo J. Bartzen March 2 at Princeton, Mo. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harvey of Goldfield. They left following the ceremony on a wedding trip to Chicago and on their return will make their home on followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Dole will make their home in New York City where Mr. Dole is employed as auditor for the U. S. government. Mrs. Dole has been employed for the past year as manager of the millinery department of Hill's Dry Goods company in Davenport. Mrs. H. H. Atkinson Elected President of Sheffield P. E.O. S H E F F IE LD--Chapter F. D., P. E. O. held its meeting at the home of Mrs. L. E. Dow. Monday afternoon. Officers were elected with the following elected. Mrs. H. H.. Atkinson, president; Mrs. L. G. Benz, vice president; Mrs. H. D. Africa, recording secretary- Mrs. ^H. O. Webb, corresponding secretary; Mrs. H. treasurer; Mrs. D R. J. Atkinson, Atkinson, "·«*.- mcn iiume un the John Bartzen farm three miles Jones. Gifts were presented to Mr. chaplain; Mrs. L. E. Dow, guard. --o-CERRO GORDO YOUNG PEOPLE WILL IHEET The Cerro Gordo Young People's Forum under the auspices of the Portland W. C. T. U., will give a play entertainment at Portland hall Thursday evening. Refreshments wfll be served. WILLIAM VANCE IS HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. William Vance of Nora Springs entertained at a surprise party for Mr. Vance Monday at their home. Five hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs L. T. Potter, Mrs. Elvin Buzzard, AS SHOWN IN VOGUE ss^^^^s^^de^r^ 1 ^^^ tem -f to ^^nr rimmedor ^^y^^"^^^!^. A--Wool crcpc ensemble with epaulets of processed Hyinr squirrel. $49.95 B--Genuine Fox mounted on sheer uool crepe with embroidered frock. $69.95 Exclusive With O-toat of Forstmann's IVIcz- y.otonc over matching: licht- wcijht dress. $49.95 o'clock dinner alter which Individual Guidance Is Topic Parent Education Group at Central Holds Meeting Central Parent Education group met Monday evening in the kindergarten room of Central school lor a program which included a discussion by Mrs. Vinnie Christenson who spoke on "The Meaning of Individual Guidance" trom research made by Herbert R Mollz, assistant superintendent of schools of Oakland, Cal. 'Individual guidance involves teacher, principal, parents and others in co-operative planning action," she said. "It means fitting the whole school program to a child as well as helping a child to profit from the program. We must start with a teacher who B.P.W.Club Invited to 2 Meetings Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney Will Speak Before Iowa Falls Club Members of the Mason City Business and Professional Women's club have been invited to attend two out of town meetings in March. Miss Elizabeth Graves, president of the Mason City club, has received an invitation from the Iowa Falls Business and Professional Women's club for a public relations banquet to be held March 13 at 7 o'clock at Edgewood place m Iowa Falls when Mrs. Bob Roy « er v ey wiu s P eak °n "The Drama of the Carpathians." Reservations for the banquet which will precede the talk may For Springtime Variety ^ tte Peerless 15 Cent Pattern Nineteenth Street, New York City R\» nin nA pQy ' The department of women's affairs of the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce has invited the Maf,? 11 ,^^ club to hear Miss Lena Madesm Phillips of New York who w , J ?. peak on "S^ge New World at a dinner meeting in Younker-s tearoom Thursday March 16 at 6:15 o'clock Miss Phillips has spoken before the Mason City B. P. w. club a number of times. She is honorary president of the National Council of women, vice president of the international Council o£ Women and president of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs. Couple Married 30 Years Is Honored Eur Prise party was Henry Albers h °me at -. - . ,, , iifi d teacner Wn thinks of each pupil as a friend. , rhe differences among children, not the likenesses must be stressed. The purposes of discipline are fourfold: To protect n » ?' f2 sive him security, to protect others and their property and to induct a child fnto be- naviour ways appropriate to the society in which he lives "Genuine fairness in a class- I1 . ;s lost if the teacher treats children the same, for it is only through treating children differently that their individual needs can be met." -TMuu,u A social hour followed the discussion. - SURPRISE PARTY AT YOUNG HOME surprise sunper party was given at the home of Mrs. Earl S. e ' . 12 ^ Delaware avenue southeast, Monday evening at 6'30 o clock in honor of Mrs. Glen Riemer of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mrs. Roy M. Anderson and son Howard, Mankato, Minn., who are visiting relatives here. The evening was spent in playing cards Guesis included Mrs. C J Dunlavey and children. Junior and Margaret Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kiemer, Miss Dorothy Dunlavey Mrs. Roy M. Anderson and son Howard. ' TWO BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED AT PARTY Mrs. Louis Walter, 715 Georgia Theiderman, whose days fall oh Monday, were surprised by a group of friends Monday afternoon at Mrs. Walter's home. Hostesses were'Mmes. Edward Walter, Frank Stork and Art O Green, her daughter Bridge was played with high score going to Mrs. Louis Walter and low to Mrs. Edgar Osborne. Others present were Mmes Lou Coe, Oscar O'Green, Harry Walter, William Ross, Al Toinbee, and the Misses Almeda Walter, Jeanne Erickson Carolee O'Green, Sharon Lou O Green and Gwendolyn Theider- man. Gifts were presented to the nonorees. ' was ier thirtieth wedding anniversary. About 30 friends, neighbors, and children helped celebrate A lunch was served by the children and cards was played to spend the evening. DOUBLE 4 BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED Groh entertained the TM I- Endge club at h « home on Madison avenue northwest. High score prize went to Henrietta Shaner and traveling prize to Lucy Kelling. MISS IRENE BOLIVIAN ADDRESSES AmCI 1 TM tl CHANGE TO CHARES No molfer how much you can spend for your controlling gormenl, you, money ,s wasted if the garment it not comfortable. Women who have ctonged f,om ordinary garments to an adjustable Chom-Jesjgned foundation | e || j, s ,hat, for , he firjt ti fney have found complete salisfac- tion The adjustable Charis design wnich mattes such comfort possible is an exclusive feature-- patented. See lor yourself what it will do for you Phone or call today after 4 00 P M 5«SS JTABtE L. FTJLT.ER -- S. Adams Avenue Phone 3063-W A*SH . Phone 2316-J "Exclosive Dislcinnlors for M»!0n City and vicinity" «,-""«" ·".""T " J lman addressed the Amici club at the Congregational church Monday evening speaking on color. Miss Holman gdve a history of color and spoke of its correct use in relation to complexion, hair and eyes. MRS. C. R. PEARSON HONORED AT DINNER Mrs. C. H. Pearson was honored at a dinner at the Home tearoom Monday evening with the Misses Lois Stevens. Delpha and Ethel Wiltse as hostesses. There were 12 guests and bingo and Chinker chek were played during the evening. Gifts were presented to the honoree who was Vivian Everts before her marriage. HI-TRI CLUB~°~ MEETS AT Y. IV. -At the meeting of Hi-Tri club Monday evening at the Y W C A. Dr. T. E. Davidson spoke on Boy Dates Girl," stressing the changes in courtship since grandmother's day. He sooke of the attraction between boys and girls fmm -,-r^*-.t\~ J - - .11. i . _. fy'4-lLT Clubs Elect Officers as Season Ends Twentieth Century, T. A. E. Members Get New Presidents Officers for the coming year were elected by Twentieth Century and T. A. E. clubs at their meetings Monday afternoon. r r i A ; ?,;. club met with Mrs. Herbert Winter, 31 Fourteenth street northeast, ^Monday afternoon and elected Mrs. John Gilberts-oil, president; Mrs H E Jennings, vice president; Mrs" Winter, secretary, and Mrs. Roy Potter, treasurer. Mrs Foster Elliott spoke on Scandinavian Government" and. Airs. Lester Milligan reviewed "50 Million Customers." Elect Officers Mrs. D. H. Fitzpatrick was elected president of the Twentieth Century club at its meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs avenue ' n th rg ' S2 ° Washin S tor i Willis Hill was elected'vice president, Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant, sec- V f ^ t l l W -.n*3 H.T rt . _ f «*·»· 30, 32, .,,,,.,, u u j i 30, 32, 15 cenWor each"p a ttern. Spring fashion magazine 10 cents Pattern CALENDAR TUESDAY riage and said that the success ----?-?-7 lage de P ends largely on the girl to T Jones Presided and a of ballroom dancing Margery Brown pre- i horn ? "? ', half hour dl 'L ec , fe . d . ceded the program. BAKEK-LUICK THORNTON-Miss Voral Lorena Luick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Luick, and Lloyd A Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alviri -ur «,'j-~\"~ married at the First Methodist parsonage at Mason City March 4 by the Rev. C. E Flynn, Pastor Miss Velma Luicki sister of the bride and Alvin Alden were their attendants. Dinner was served for the hridal couple at the home of the bride's parents to the immediate relatives Mr and Mrs. Lloyd A. Baker will be at home on the Baker farm where he is engaged in farming. --o-BULLION-KENT LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Kent announce the marriage of their daughter, Ruth, to D. I. Bullion ot Ovalo, Texas, which was performed Feb. 23 at Anson. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Bullion will be at home on a ranch near Ovalo. Mrs. Bullion is a graduate of the Lake Mills high school and (aught rural school near Forest Uty and in the past five years has j n .""Ployed at San Antonio, and Abilene, Texas WIFE PRESERVERS Tu-Spot clu_ 6:30 o'clock, Jefferson amber room, Genevieve Carr, hostess O. E. S. Unity Chapter No. 58 7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple. Clio club- Mrs. John Shipley, 114 Third street northwest, lesson, airs Dean Lightner. Bethlehem division 1-Mrs. Henry Groh. Catholic Daughters of America-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Moose lodge-8 o'clock, Moose h'all Harding: P. T. A. board-7:30 o'clock, school. WEDNESDAY Meander club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. A. J. Smerdon, 816 Tenth street northeast W. A. T. clu-- 1:30 o'clock, Mrs. S. M. McKee, 1438 Hampshire place northeast dessert luncheon. Fortnightly club-Postponed. Intercreck club--Postponed. Social Hour club--Mrs. C. M. Bauman. W. C. T. U.-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Calvary Guild-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Charles Hazlett, 1020 Tyler avenue northwest, silver tea. V. F. \V. and Auxiliary-6:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall, dinner, meeting at 8 o'clock, Mrs. Lavonne S t e v e n s , chairman- reservations phone 680, cedar chest gifts. Bethlehem division Z-Mrs. Emil Best, Mrs. John Eberhardt. . A. P. M._ 8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, benefit card party, Mrs. Maude Maxson. Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove No. 13 7:30 o'clock, rooms. Degree of Honor-8 o'clock, Moose hall. 40 and 8 club- 2 o'clock, Mrs. A. C.' Holly, 427 Twenty-ninth street southwest. may may e mixed and kept in the refrigera- era- tor for some time. When wanted lor pie, add the necessary water and there you are 1 Special 100% Guaranteed Regular $10 Machinefess Wave $3.50 $7.00 Machine Ware S3 00 $5.00 Self Setting Oil Wave .. .... $2.50 Fine Qualify Oil Wave $1.95 Ringtife Wave $1.50 Shampoo, Fingerwgye, Soft Rinse, ·%!·'_ Dried . J5C Charles Gilbert s BEE R A v u , T «PHONE 1006 Across From Chapman Furniture Store E. E. E. E. club _ 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. D. Bast, 813 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Madison P. T. A. _ 7:3.0 o'clock school, Mrs. David Kratz, speaker. Hook and Needle club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. Myers 171 Crescent drive ' McKinley P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. SHIRT.EY HIAE WHITNEY OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Shirley Mae Whitney, 677 East te d her r we day Monday at her home entertaining H schoolmates at a party. Guests were Huby Childers ri GHrt , ' a n c Penc Gladys Wigdahl, Sally Houser Marybelle Martin, Ardeen Ken hart, Addle Robinson! Edith B TM wn '_ J ?anne Chandlee and Jayne Davis. Games were played to rhnnrti Chandlee, seTed Teen . Kepharf, Joanne Janice Spencer anrt " were Mrs. Fifzpatrick gave current events and Mrs; R. L. Jackson :ed the discussion on "Women in Government." C h j» tautlua club met for tea. Mr? T y a ," el '? oon at the home of Mis. J, W. Lorenz, 211 Adams avenue northwest, with Mrs. Lorenz, Mrs. W. T. Sinnard, Mrs W. A. Gilmore and Mrs. Charles uornwell as hostesses. A yellow color scheme was carried out on the tea table which was centered with acacia and daisies. Mrs. A. poured ° nd MrS ' C " F - Bul1 Mrs. M. E. Olson presided during a short business meeting, _. .., Child Study Club Child Study club met Monday 5 0 "lH- with MrS - A ' V - C1«CT«£ * Iad2son Avenue northwest the program included devotions by Mrs. George DeGroot a discussion of "The Life of George Goethals" by Mrs. J. A. Gashe! 1 SV1 S V of "Shadow on the by Mrs. George Gitz. Mrs Barb °ui- talked on "Old BLISS-HEISE the Grace TM -- e race Methodist church in Waterloo the marriage of Miss Violetta Heise and Harlan Bliss, both " the . cv » « - « Court, pastor of the church and Blss h h SS an a v '°" Bliss brother and sister of the bridegroom, _ were the attendants ^aduate of the 1 ae o he Rock high school and has o £,,« her in the rural "hools of Butler county. The bridegroom hieh ^? d " ate .°; ^e Clarksville nigh school and is now an electrical contractor, and has been ha n d 1 ' 585 deaths m m 1900 and 143 in 1937. Occident club met Monday with H. L. Campbell, 234 Ninth street northwest, for a luncheon at 1 o'clock with Mrs. E. F Vincent Mrs. E. E. Hunter, Mrs. P. Jacob son and Mrs. F. F. Potter host- ss ..^SMEO w '£^ by Mrs. H. S. Beemer Mrs T A ^! J '? e 'T, Mr ?- R - D - Aust n, Mrs! Clyde Brooks, Mrs. C. J. DeLacy Mrs. F. B. Hathaway and Mrs. Ira Slmson. THORESAN-SCHOBY ALGONA --The marriage of Virginia Schoby, daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. R. Schoby, living south of Algona, and Kermit W Thoresan, son of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Thoresan of Ellsworth, was performed at the home of the bride's parents, March 5 hy the Rev / F. Earl Burgess, Methodist pastor. Cleona Huffman and Robert Berntsen, both o£ Des Moines were their attendants and, follow"-' ing the wedding, a dinner was served to about 30 relatives and friends. The parents of the bride entertained 50 at a reception and Monday evening a reception was held at the bridegroom's parents- home in Ellsworth. They will be at home in Des Moines. She is a graduate of the Algona high school and attended the Iowa state college two years. Since, she has been employed in the Grace Ransom tearoom in Des Moines. He is a graduate of the Ellsworth hieh school. PATTERSON-DOOLEY AREDALE -- Miss Kathryn Dooley, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs B. F. Dooley, and Victor Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William. Patterson, were married at Hampton, March 4. Mrs. Patterson is a Butler county rural teacher. Mr Patterson has a position at Waterloo where they will reside. COURTESY AND SATISFACTION Out They Go! Winter Coats We must clear out all remaining Winter Coats to make room for our Spring Merchandise now arriving daily. Fur Trim Coats $ 10- $ 18-*25 Tailored Coats $ 2- $ 7- $ 10 B e Buy your next winter's coat now at these unbelievable values "SEE YOU TOMORROW C»pjri t hl, Charlti J. ' Ciiey ' ' *nmo._thpr. - ) · «*.

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