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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 17, 1939
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A PLAN H. S. Chorus to Be Heard in Concert Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, Miss Ellen Smith on Program for Sunday Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, Miss Ellen Smith and the high school mixed chorus will be featured in the vesper musicale to be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the church, sponsored by group 4 of the Congregational W o m e n's Guild. The service is open to all who are interesfed. Invocation by the Rev. Roy C. Helfenstein will open the service. The mixed chorus from the high school will 'sing "Now Let All the Heavens Adore Thee" and "Jesu, Priceless Treasure" by Bach, "O Bone Jesu" by Palestrina, "Day of Judgment" by Arkhangelsky and "Cherubim Song" by Tschai- kowsky. Mrs. Stinehart will play "Melody in F" by Bubenstein and Miss Ellen Smith will sing "Ave Maria" by Bach-Gounod and "Alleluia" by Mozart. Grieg's "Peer Gynt Suite" including "Morning," "As e's Death" and "Anitra's Dance" will be playeql by Mrs.' Stinehart. - The chorus will sing four numbers: "The Silver Swan" by Gibbons, "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind" by Clokey, "My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land" by Elgar and "Dark Waters" by James. The concluding number will be "Toccata in G" by Dubois. played by Mrs. Stinehart. Mrs. B. A. Webster is chairman of the group which is sponsoring the service. ALT-BRASKE ALTA VISTA--Miss Dorothy Caroline Braske of Wantagh, Long Island, N. Y., became the bride of Adam Alt of Alfa Visfa, here Thursday at the Lutheran parsonage, the Rev. A. F. Karsten officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Alt attended the couple. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Alt and son, Herman^ were hosts at a wedding dinner at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Alt will make their home on the bridegroom's farm one mile west of Alta Vista. JUNIOR C. D. A. ' TEAM WILL MEET Junior C. D. A. drill team will meet for practice Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at St Joseph's halL MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1939 FOR VESPER MUS COSTUME JEWELRY $1.00 BLANCHARD'S 3 West State AT Weds, at Fertile FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Parker announce the marriage of their daughter, Leone, to Donald Gaskell, son of Mr and .Mrs. Grant Gaskell, on Thursday evening at the bride's home. LEAMER MISSION CLUB SPONSORS TEA: AT Y. w. c. A. Final arrangements are being made for the silver tea to be held at the Y. W. C. A. Sunday afternoon between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock, sponsored by the Ruth Learner Mission club of the Central Lutheran church. The members of this club have pledged themselves to give a gift to the church on Easter Sunday and are sponsoring the tea in an endeavor to raise their quota The tea will be held in the north parlor of the Y. W. and is open to the public. Those acting on the committee /or the arrangements are Jean Ericson, chairman, with Frances Zaruba, Ruth Dittke and Lorna Hanson as assistants. --o-Dorothy R. Dinsmore Bride of Roy Ellis NORA SPRINGS--The marriage of Miss Dorothy Ruth Dinsmore of Nora Springs and Roy Ellis of Albia, which took place on Nov. 5, 1938, at Unionville, Mo., has been announced. The bride, daughter of Charles Dinsmore of Nora Borings, was graduated from the Nora Springs high school and attended Cornell college and Iowa State Teachers college. This is her fourth year as teacher of the second grade in the Nora Springs schools. Mr. Ellis attended " the high school at Albia. He is working on the new dormitory at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will make their home in Waterloo for the present. --o-^ MR. AND MRS. TUCKER WILL CELEBRATE DAY OSAGE --Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tucker will observe their golden wedding anniversary Monday by holding an open house at 'their home in the · southwest part of town. Homemaker's Job Is Not an Easy One Cooking School Is Designed to Make It Less Difficult The homemaker need not envj the "career woman." Instead she may very well consider thai she, too, has a profession, one which requires just as much skill, enterprise and imagination as any other worthwhile "job." And she has just as much need to keep up-to- date in her line as has any businesswoman. That's the opinion o£ Miss Ann Kingsley, home economist, who will conduct the Globe-Gazette cooking school, "Foods of the Hour," to be presented for four days, beginning March 28 at the high school auditorium. "To select the right foods buy economically, cook them in the right way, and serve them appetizingly, the homemaker o£ today has to be a combination of financier, scientist and artist!" says Miss Kingsley. "Don't tell me there is no scope for talent in this profession of homemaking!" Carefully Planned 'It is because women are more and more coming .to regard their work as something which requires intelligence and knowledge that they appreciate the information we bring them in our cooking school. We've planned the course as carefully as if it were part of a college curriculum. "We've gone into the subject of selecting food, and we show that a balanced diet to build health is essential for all members o£ the family. The needs of growing children, of active adults, and even those who are watching their weight and cutting down on the amount of food, are explained in this course. "The value of meat in the diet is so important that we give special attention to. the preparation of meat dishes. This is a very interesting subject because, as every i _ . . '. s well- meat LAUGHS AT SMUDGES AND DIRT INTERIOR GLOSS SEMI-GLOSS Fresh beauty for walls and woodwork thaf can be fcept bright and new wilh joap and water . . . that's what §f .10 these easy-Io-use Rnishei give yog. J[ Qj - -- - FOR ALL WALLS AND WOODWORK Boomhower Hardware LAUNDERING... Your Clothes at Home is Much More Satisfactory RENT A MAYTAG Rates Very Reasonable IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE! fa WASHERS NOW AS LOW AS AT FACTORY L O W EASY T E R M S . . . Cerro Gordo Maytag Skelgas Co. 22 SECOHD STREET N. E. P H O N E 2067 lomemakcr knows, the chosen and well-cooked course makes.the success of anv meal. There have been radica'l changes in meat cookery, and we make a special point of explaining and demonstrating these new methods -in roasting, broiling and braising. This is of great value to every woman who wants to keep up-to-date in her cookery. Money Saving Ideas "There's a real financial advantage, too, in knowing the right way to cook meat," Miss Kingsley points out. "Many cuts which are delicious in flavor and high in food value require longer, slower cooking to make them tender. These are usually somewhat lower in price and can be used with good effect by the clever budget- eer. Also, there's a gain in variety in menus when all cuts of meat, beef, pork, lamb and veal, are known and used. Such cuts as tongue, kidneys and o£ course, that valuable food, liver, are included on our program. The woman who budgets her time and energy is also going to get new ideas from "Foods of the Hour," for we have a host of suggestions for quick meals, for methods which take very little watching, roasts and oven meals for instance, and for such convenient ways as preparing biscuit t ^ i n ^ l l , , waj «ta J J ! C ( J t m l l g O15CUIL * 1 U I U . mixture and a pie mixture to keep Queen Rcbekahs-- on- hand. 8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. Artistry in Food "For the woman with an artis- ^ ^i LIJC wi/uiaii ivjtn an arils- jvii. niia ivirs, tic talent, there is no finer way of Progressive clu expressing it than in preparing Mr. and Mrs, j_,y and presenting food. Cooking has St. Cecelia circle-long been recognized as one of perfection, a roast, perfectly done, attractively garnished, and served IF YOU FEEL SUNK Read this and cheer up * r ? y°" »° Hue that Kit i, no lonirer worth Imns? Do j-ou cry easily? Do you feel low m SE' i fP Tf * s *~ fust ab«olutely SUNK? -Llien fc e r 6 a good news for you in case yo need ft good general system tonic -- Jus ' n , - , o pound. L«t it wholesome herbs and roota help Mature build up more physical resistance and tons up your system, so that it can more easily throw off the "blues" and rive more energy to enjoy life. ^yLLIONS of women hare depended noon this Compound in d have passed the word ·long to frfendi and 1 neijhbort, and «o their children. Why not Ulc* HnkhamV ComDduad aad go smiline thru"? Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day Style No. 2521 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 28, 20 years, 32 34 35 38, 40 and 42-inches bust. Style Wo 3334 is designed for sizes small, medium and large Send la cents for each pattern. Spring Fashion magazine 10 cents extra. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, U9 West Nineteenth Street, New York City H elping the omemaker with other foods to form a perfect dinner--these 'are truly artistic achievements. One can work out harmonies in flavor, and in food colors, too. "I'm sure there are dishes in the 'March of the Meals' at the close of each day's program, which By BIRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE would tempt an artist to paint Cherry Cobbler Featured them. But most women in the au- Dinner Serving Four Or Five dience will be quite happy if they Beef Stew and Assorted Vegetables can be artists enough to dupli "--'---- -- · - cate them in their own kitchens. "These are all reasons why I . * r, .--,, --* -~~.~n.* «.i,.r j. i^xceiu fium cutter insist that there's no profession Cherry Cobbler Coffee for Adults which offers a better field for ""· ~ - -talent, or yields greater satisfaction than that of the homemaker." Social Calendar FRIDAY Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, H. B. Irons, speaker. Pleasant Ridge club- Mr, and Mrs. William Poppen. Jefferson P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school, h o b b y show. Harvesters group--8 o'clock, Mrs. Sidney Snell, 525 Massachusetts avenue northeast, Mrs. Francis Peterson, assisting. LitHe Theater-8 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium. Kill Rare Klut Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs, Lynn Bauer. 8 o'clock, St. Joseph's hall. :r . "*·.* *cv\/6""-^u tib une oi ° u CIUCK, 01, josepns hall the fine arts. A steak, broiled to Degree of Honor Carnation club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Frank Ward, 705 Carolina avenue southeast. SATURDAY Our Saviour's Sunbeam Workers-2 o'clock, church, Joan Getts hostess. · ' --o-CARLSON-KIRCHNER EAGLE GROVE -- Miss Nellie Kirchner and Tihnan Carlson, both of Clarion, were married March 11, at the parsonage of the West Side Lutheran church, Eagle Grove, by the Hev. H. S. Fauske. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Risa, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. They will make their home on a farm, two miles west of Clarion. You Are Cordially Invited to Attend OPEN HOUSE --AT-TYLER-RYAN'S Newly Remodeled and Redecorated Furniture Store. TONIGHT and SATURDAY EVENING March 17 and 18 Crackers Dill Pickles Cabbage Relish Salad Bread Plum Butter Milk or Cocoa for Children Beef Stew, Casserole 1 pound chuck steak 4 tablespoons flour 4 tablespoons fat (bacon preferred) 1-3 cup .diced celery % cup chopped onions 2 tablespoons minced parsley 1_ teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon paprika 4 cups water 1% cups diced cooked carrots 1 cup cooked peas 2-3 cup boiled rice 2 tablespoons butter Cut steak into inch cubes. Sprinkle with flour and brown in fat in frying pan. Add celery, onions parsley, salt, paprika and half the water. Simmer 10 minutes. Pour into buttered casserole. Cover and bake half an hour in moderate oven. Blend in other ingredients and bake half an hour. Uncover last 10 minutes to brown the top Cabbage Relish Salad 3 cups chopped cabbage 1-3 cup salad dressing 2 tablespoons chili sauce 2 tablespoons catsup Va teasppon salt Vs teaspoon paprika Chill ingredients. Combine. Cherry Cobbler 2',i cups seeded red cherries 1 cup granulated sugar 3 tablespoons granulated tapioca \\ teaspoon salt V\ teaspoon nutmeg 1 cup cherry juice or water 3 tablespoons butter Blend cherries, sugar, tapioca salt and nutmeg. Pour into buttered, shallow .baking dish. Add other ingredients. Crust 1% cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder Vt teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons lard 1 egg yolk % cup milk 2 tablespoons light brown sugar Mix flour, baking powder and salt. Cut in lard. Add yolk, mixed with milk. Pat soft dough on floured board. Carefully arrange on top of cherries. Make three slits in top. Sprinkle with sugar. Bake 30 minutes in moderate oven. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to James B. Oliver legal, and Phyllis Scott Turnbull' legal, both of Mason City; Rodney Simpson, 21, Mrfson City, and Marjorie Zink 19, Green Mountain, and Monnie J. Mitchell, legal, and Lorraine Lemke, legal, both of Mason City. --o-B. P. W. CLUB MEETS WITH MABEL SUCHER Members of the B. P. W. club held a St. Patrick's day party at the home of Miss Mabel Sucher, 422 Delaware avenue northeast. Hostesses were Miss Sucher Mrs Curtis Yelland, Miss Mabel Sherwood, Miss L. Maye Gordon, Mrs. Virginia Goodhile, Miss Clara Lewis, Miss Laura Walpolc, Mrs. Naomi DeWilde and Miss Elizabeth Graves. Games and refresn- ments were in keeping with St. Patrick's day. 160 Present at Party in Music Hall Supper Followed by Games, Dance for Music Pupils One hundred and sixty members of the high school band and orchestra were entertained at the Music hall Thursday evening at a buffet supper served at 7 o'clock by the High School Music Mothers. Mrs. Ray Pauley acted as 'chairman, assisted by Mmes. E. J. Koser, F. C. O'Hearn, F. G. Wessels T. B. Wilkinson, A. B. DeVoe, H. N. Jacoby, J. L. Ingledue and Dorothy Coulson. Following supper, there was dancing in the large rehearsal room. Ping pong tables had been set up in the string room and other diversions were Chinese checkers and fortune telling by Doris Garvey. A committee from the orchestra and band was in charge of the entertainment. Hosts for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Carleton L. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, Miss Marjorie Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Storer. --o-Plans Made to Sins; "Seven Last Words" Palm Sunday Night Preparations are being made at St. John's Episcopal church for the presentation of the oratorio, "The Seven Last Words of Christ" by DuBois, at the church on Palm Sunday, April 2, at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. W, L. Bennett will direct the choir in the singing o£ the oratorio and Mrs. R. E. Patton, organist, will accompany. . The choir will be augmented by voices from other choirs. --o-David Olson Talks on Trip to Norway for P. G. E. Club David Olson talked on his trip to Norway and showed motion pictures at the meeting of the P. G. and E. Employes club Thursday evening at the P. G. and E. auditorium. Other numbers on the program were marimba solos by Phyllis McClellan, accomnanied by her mother, Mrs. W. B. McClellan, and piano numbers by Shirley Whitney. Lunch was served at the close of the evening by a committee including Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. CliJf Mott and Mr. and Mrs. George Welker. T h e entertainment committee comprised Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Roderick, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harris, Mr. and Mrs. John Jodan, Hoy Martin, Jr., arid Rex Harpster. ·--o-- ' SUNSHINE CLUB HOLDS MEETING Thirteen members o£ the Dougherty Sunshine club met with Mrs. Milford Logan when sick room emergencies were discussed and literature distributed. Quilt blocks were given to the hostess The next meeting will be with Mrs. Clinton Pencook at the Anna Sweeney home, March 29. CRESCENT CLUB~ MEETS AT CARDEYS Crescent club met with Mrs B J. Cardey, 107 Thirteenth street northeast, honoring Myrtle Cardey on her birthday. A pot luck supper was served with Bernice Reynolds and Edna Wilcox in charge. Green and white decorations carried out a St. Patrick's theme. Games were played with prizes going to Catherine Janson, Dorothy Arnett, Mabel Cardey and Bernice Marti. The next meeting of the Crescent club will be in charge of Helen Marti and Miss Myrtle Cardey. JOLLT 12 BIRTHDAY CLUB ENTERTAINED Members of the Jolly 12 Birthday club met with Mrs. Charles Hazlett, 1020 Tyler avenue northwest, Wednesday. Bingo was played with prizes going to Mrs. ?; .-· G ,T e 8ory and Mrs. Elmer Martin. St. Patrick's colors were used and gifts were presented to the hostess. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT CRESCO CRESCO -- Marriage licenses were issued at Cresco to Robert Staska. 21. and Marguerite Swenson, 21, Minneapolis; Marvin J Majerus, 25. Goodhue, Minn., and Viona L. Reeder, 25, of Welch Minn.; Richard R. Guzmeki, 38* and Adeline E. Johnson, 19 Ogema, Wis.: Ernest King 30 and Marian Cowden, 18, both o£ Oronoco, Minn.; Harold E. Leitz 25, and Anna Clara Gerber, 20 Cresco, ' Spring Wallpaper SALE! Take advantage of our present low prices. oc Roll, and up. WIFE PRESERVERS In baking acorn squash, halve and lay them cut side down until almost done, then turn them t'oth- er side up to brown. They will bake more quickly and be more mealy if baked in this way. PENNY ART FUND CONTRIBUTIONS ASKED OF CLUBS Mrs. JR. B. Irons, art chairman of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs for this district, has asked that federated clubs mail their contributions to the Penny Art Fund of the General Federation to her. The Mason City Woman's club contribution which was collected at the March general meeting totals $10.58. Through the Penny Art fund, the Federated clubs conduct activities in art, encouraging artists, awarding prizes and purchasing works of art Bits About 'Em Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Way, 321 Second street southeast, and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Duffield, 302 Second street southeast, have been vacationing in Miami, Fla., where they stopped at the Columbus hotel. * » * Wayland Rasmussen, Mason City student at Iowa State college, has arrived home from Ames to spend his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Rasmussen, 232 Twenty-seventh street southwest. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Dennis, 1020 First street southwest, are the parents of a daughter born at the Mercy hospital. * * * Miss Betty Potter has arrived from Ames to spend her spring vacation from Iowa State college with. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Potter, 905 Carolina avenue northeast. * * * Mrs. Sue Keltz has left for Reinbeck to spend some time with her sisters before returning to her home in Waterloo after a visit in Mason City. Miss Kathleen Hea who attends Iowa State college, Ames, is home to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hea, 121 Fourth street northwest * # * Miss Jean Strickland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Strickland, 8 Beaumont drive, has been initiated into Kappa Alpha Theta sorority at DePauw university, Greencastle, Ind., where she is a student. * * * Max Allison, 210 Seventh street southeast, and Bob Salier of Nora Springs, hav left on a trip through Illinois, planning to stop in Rockford, Freeport, Peoria and Chicago where they will stay at the Edgewater Beach hotel. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT OSAGE OSAGE--Licenses have been issued here to Wilfred J. Charbonean, 26, and Leona E. Baucher 27 St. Paul; Frank Hary, 40, and Margaret Rasmussen, 22 Bixby Minn.; Conrad E. Nelson, 24, Plymouth, and Ruth Dieterich 21 Osage. ' LAWSON-SWANCUTT CHESTER--Thomas W. Lawson and Marjorie Anne Swancutt were married March 15 at the M E. parsonage by the Rev. Mr Fletcher, They entertained at a wedding dance in the Community hall. Mr, Lawson will work on the Alden Hall farm north of town this summer. Conference Report Made at Meeting Candidate to Be Chosen to Attend Iowa Boys State ; Members of the American Legion auxiliary met Thursday evening at the 40 and 8 clubrooms for a business session which was followed by a report on the state presidents and secretaries conference in Des Moines. Mrs. J. J. Sheldon who presided appointed Mrs. M. L. Wilkinson, Mrs. J. E. McDonald and Mrs. H. H. Boyce to the committee which has charge of selecting a candidate for the annual boys state. V Red Cross Kits '·. The unit voted to make Red Cross kits for the men in the U. S. service. It was decided to send the Globe-Gazette to the Knoxville · hospital for a year and to pay dues to the memorial board. Committee reports were given by the chairmen. It was announced that the membership quota was made and that memberships are continuing to come in. A traveling basket is being started by the finance committee. Judges for the Fidac essay contest being conducted in the schools under the direction of Mrs. H. L. Gore will be Mrs. Draper Long, Mrs. H. D. Page and Hemley Glass. Conference In her report on the conference Mrs. B. S. Patrick told of the national defense conference which was held preceding the presidents and secretaries meeting. The program included a report on the women's patriotic conference in Washington, the reading of the prize winning essay by Larry Maltzberger of Ciarinda and a talk on life in Russia by a refugee, Marie Reamer. At the presidents and secretaries meeting, talks were given by various past presidents, department chairmen, the national commander of the legion, the vice president of the central division and the district committee women of the department. WEDDINGS PERFORMED AT CHURCH IN VALE N A S H U A -- Marriages performed by the Hev. William Kent at the Little Brown church included those of Betty M. Lamberson, Iowa Falls, and Hugh L. Boyington, Dows; Wilrria Anderson, Oakland, and Elmer Havick, Harlan; Anna Johnson, Dodgeville, Wis., and John Moaen, Cottage Grove; Wis.; Helen Ingeborg Ferguson, Manchester, Minn., and Trygve Melvin Eastvold, Hartlin, Minn. --o--ATHENIAN CLUB MEETS AT SIZERS Athenian club met Thursday with Mrs. R. E. Sizer, 416 Delaware avenue northeast. Current events were led by Mrs. John Senneff and Mrs. Tim Phalen talked on "Radio Personalities" --o-R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB AT MEETING H. N. A. Health club met Thursday afternoon at the Moose hall and cards were played with bridge prizes going to Mrs. H. Leake, high, Mrs. Martin Factor, low, and Mrs. Al Toinby, traveling. Five hundred prizes went to Mrs. E Blanchard, high, Mrs. H. G. Roberts, low, and Mrs. C. A. Budworth, traveling. The committee included Mmcs. J. G. C. Johnson Marybelle Schmitz, Charles Lee' and W. S. Strong. The next meeting will be April 6 with Mrs. Edith Kipp, chairman. SIGMAN-GUBERMANN OSAGE -- Esther Gubermann,' daughter of Maurice Gubermann, was married Friday evening to S. S. Sigman of Mason City at the city hall in Charles City by Jus-' tice John McGeeney. Witnesses were Will Blumenmstiel and George Blanck. Spring COATS Others §7.95 to $29.95 There's no sense to wasting words about our gorgeous collection of smart new styles in coats for Women, Misses and Juniors. Superb quality in glorious colors. See them --feel them-- try them on, then you'll know why we say "words can't begin to tell half the story." Tweeds, fleeces and dress materials. BUY YOUR FUR COAT Scalene and Lapin fur coats sensational savings. Now reduced to "SEE YOU TOMORROW

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