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New Directors Elected MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 200 Parents Hear Music at Meeting The High School P. T. A. held Its 2nd meeting of the year Thursday evening,. in the Music hall with the president, Walter Rae, presiding. Approximately 200 persons gathered to hear the musical program under the direction oÂ£ Carleton L. Stewart. . Mr. Stewart introduced Bob Bailey and his brother, Jerry, who entertained with piano selections and then presented his pep band which played a program of popular numbers. Mr. Stewart stressed the fact that the numbers are not a part oÂ£ the course of study, but are played for fun and entertainment. They were enthusiastically received by the audience.' The cheer leaders under the leadership of Kenneth Anderson gave a demonstration of their work. Kenneth entertained with imitations of German and Japa- Â·nese news casts. P. O. Brunsvold, the new assistant principal, was introduced by Mr. Rae and Howard O'Leary, a member of the board of education, spoke briefly on the proposed school code. ' The next /meeting was announced for April 26. Refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs. H. J. Lyons. The program was under the s'iip- e TM, is ir n of Mrs ' R ussell Girton and Mrs. Hobert Duncan. rÂ» ~~Â°-- Program Presented by Bailey Brothers Bob,and Jerry Bailey, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Bailey 1104 2nd southwest, entertained at the Hamilton School of Commerce assembly Thursday atternoon with a program of piano music. Jerr y opened the program with Cnopms 'Fantasy Impromptu" and followed this number with Golly-wog Cake Walk" by Debussy. To add Interest to his selections, Jerry called attention to the fact that though Chopin was Polish born he lived much' in France and wrote his selections in .the French style. Although the meaning is "Polish, Debussy follows the French pattern. Bob played the 8th and 6th of the Hungarian Rhapsodies by Liszt. He explained that though these rhapsodies are called Hungarian the music is of gypsy origin. The next number played by the boys was a duet from the last part of Beethoven's "Fifth Symphony." The boys played encores of bits of modern music. . This was the 3rd lesson lor music in the development course Arrangements-were made by Mrs. Paul Arnold Peterson, choir director at Hamilton. , WEDDING ANNOUNCED--The marriage of Miss Harriet Faye Light,.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ethan' Light of near Rake, and Howard L. Vandegrift,. son of Mrs. H. L. Vandegrift of Albert Lea, Minn., which took place Jan. 20 at the First Methodist parsonage at Albert Lea with the Rev. Francis V. Tannehill officiating, has been announced Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Remkus of Albert Lea. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin they will make their home in Albert Lea. The bride is a graduate of the Rake high school and attended Mankato Coramerciat college She is employed in the office of Wilson Packing company. Mr. Vandegrift is a graduate of the Albert Lea high school and is employed at the Olsen Manufacturing company. Cub Pack at Madison Being Organized . The 3rd and final parent meet- S?JÂ°L th .5 Â° r g?ni?ation of a Cub TM school was held Thursday evening under the direction of Glen Gilbert, cub- master of the Wilson school pack 13 and Duncan McCaUum, neighborhood commissioner, at the Madison school. The parent teacher association of this school, who also sponsor the Boy Scout troop 5, will spon- " pack - The com- Vows Said by Couple at Service ?"t Mrs ' Carl Person of Lake announce the marriage of their daughter, Leona, to Ronald Greiman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greiman oÂ£ Garner which took place in the parsonage Jan 23 ' Heformed *urch The bride wore a white 2-piece Â°Â°l suit jvith black accessories and a locket which her mother wore on her wedding day. She had as her bridesmaid, Miss Carrie Anderson of Ventura, who wore a black and aqua 2-piece dress with black accessories. They had- corsages of red roses and white nar- The mothers of the bride and bridegroom wore black with corsages of sweetpeas and narcissus , fÂ«rnard Greiman, brother of the bridegroom was the-best man After the ceremony, dinner was served at the Henry Greiman home to the immediate families A color scheme of fuschia and white was carried out in the decorations on the table and in. the rooms. .The bride's table was centered .with a 3-tiered wedding cake, trimmed in pink and white At 9 o clock in the evening a reception was held for relatives and friends. _ The cpuple will be at home in Garner. Mrs. LydiaJC Geer Observes Birthday Mrs. Lydia A. Geer, 404 North Pennsylvania, was honored at a birthday party given Thursday afternoon at her home on her 83rd birthday. A program was presented, including an opening prayer by Mrs. Emma-Pippert and vocal solo by Mrs. Lowell Young. Mrs. Ivan Wendt read several Scripture verses and gave a Christian message. Mrs. Geer sang one of her favorite hymns and the guests at Annual Meeting of Y.W.C.A* " f* , e committee that was appointed by the i'- r. A. is composed of Mr. Dallas Van Horn, Merle Badker, Maynard Nail and Abe Reynolds Â· The cubmaster will be. Jerrv Doyle and he will be assisted by Gale Lane, -Den Dads chosen were Wesley Rezab and Gerald Bloomingdale. The. pack was divided into 3 dens and the den mothers for the respective dens are Mrs. Mildred TVJfÂ»Tl^Â«Â«.;Â»Â»_... - . -*r ____ Â·* -Â· -_ _ _ ^^Â£Smtim McMenimen, Mrs. MaynarS NaU and Mrs. Wesley Rezab. The den chiefs who will work with these den mothers are Charles ^Swanson, rranlOin 'Jones and Robert Ryerson, these boys are all scouts in troop 5, of which Randall Jones is scoutmaster. Den meetings will start next week and in about a month the pack will hold its first pack meeting and will be officially installed at that time. Gordfield--Miss Lola Mae Olson, who has been employed at Washington, D. C., is visiting at **Â» home of her parents, Mr. and ~ Â«Â·"-Â« MI*, sucoia gave their personal testimony Concluding prayer was given by Mrs. Bert Kinsel. Gifts were presented to Mrs Geer and a lunch was served by Mrs. Wendt and Mrs. Walter Williams. Guests were Mrs. G. McKnight, Mrs. G. L. Miller, Mrs. Lennie Trueblood, Mrs. Wendt, Mrs. Â£Â° Ung V Mre- Virgil Carr, Mrs. Pippert, Mrs. John A. Young, Mrs. Kinsel and Mrs. Williams, daughter of Mrs. Geer. BUS ABOUT C. Robert Lennan, A-C, has returned to San Antonio, Texas after visiting his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. C. H. Lennan, 1130 4th S W and his wife at the home of her pglesby, ailVa^BurmN. ^MÂ°s Lennan i s remaining with her Lennan parents ST. MONICA CIRCLE MEETS AT REARDONS St. Monica's circle met with Mrs. Catherine Reardon, 503 5th S. W with Mrs. William Hanson assisting hostess. There were J3 members and 2 guests present at the session and Mrs. Paul Fitzgerald was elected president and Mrs Jonn'-Gasaway, secretary-treasurer of the circle. Games were Played with .prizes going to Mrs i ?m -f nÂ£Â° yle and Mrs - Frar * rirxi. ane next -meeting will hp Feb. 22 with Mrs. Pirkl, 031 Presi- Parent Education ~ Group at Meeting Harding Parent Education group met at the school Thursday evening, the session being opened with the Lord's prayer. Mrs. James Langan, president, announced the next meeting at Lincoln school, Feb. 7 when a city wide gathering will be held. The lesson on "Quarrels and Tempers 1 ' was led by Mrs. Arleigh Christiansen, Mrs. Merrill Parks, Mrs.' E. D. Zea and Mrs. Wilbur Plath. A i short discussion followed. \ Refreshments were served by Mrs..pick Hahn, Mrs. Karl Johanson and Mrs.- Frank Huzl. H elping the omemaker , "...two far the money..." Somewhtre, beneath another Min and half the world away, the diamond* that enhance Ihi* lovely pair, were brought to light. A matter craftsman fwhioned them that each teintillani facet might reflect the fiery glory within ... Rich artUtry i* patent in their hand sculptured mountings. For the bride* to-be, the engagement ring, for the bride, 'the wedding band...... both, for thU modest prieel. Diamond Set Bridi! Pair By CHARLOTTE ADAMS A Simple and Delicious Soup Simple Borsch Boiled Artichokes with Hollandaise Sauce Pumpernickel with Cottage Cheese Apricot Souffle (Recipes Serve Four) Simple Borsch 8 beets with .tops 1 quart water % teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper \ 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 tablespoon sugar 4 small potatoes, boiled V pint sour cream Wash beets, pare and dice. Chop the leaves and stems. Place beets and greens in water with salt and pepper and simmer until tender, or about 30 minutes. Just before removing from fire add sugar and lemon juice. Place a boiled potato in the center of 4 individual soup plates; Pour soup over potatoes. Add a large spoonful of sour cream to each plate. Serve. Boiled Artichokes 4 artichokes , % cup margarine 1% tablespoons lemon juice 3 egg yolks % teaspoon salt " ' Few grains cayenne Wash artichokes, remove any discolored outer leaves, and cut stems about a half inch below the base of the leaves. Cook in rapidly boiling, salted water, uncovered, 25 to 35 minutes, or until tender. Drain upside down Divide margarine into 3 equal pieces. Place lemon juice, egg yoJks, and one piece of margarine in the top of a double boiler, in the bottom of which water is hot but not boiling. Beat with wire whisk until margarine is absorbed, add the 2nd piece, and when it is a b- Â«? f, d ^ the 3rd - beatin S constantly. The minute the 3rd piece is absorbed remove from stove and add seasonings. This sauce may be left standing in a warm ?n Â«v ' 5 ut , s , nould not be returned the double boiler or it will sep?K Serve the artichokes hot on individual plates with sauce Mrs. Walter Alborn Installed as Head of Lutheran Guild " New officers of the Central Lutheran guild were installed at a meeting conducted at the church the Rev. Marvin Lee, pastor being in charge of the installation Mrs. Walter Alborn was installed as president; Mrs. Charles Dietz, vice president; Mrs Ed Beneke, secretary; Mrs. Louis Cos, _ treasurer; and Mrs. John Norris, ex-officib member of the board. Past officers are Mrs. Otto Grelk, president; Mrs. Val Leonard, .vice president; Mrs. Fred S 0 ?^ secretar y; and Mrs. Earl McKibben, treasurer. New committee chairmen include: Program, Mrs. Julia Wass; , devohons, Mrs. k'tchen Mrs. M Art Ruffridge- Lundberg and u r a n ger; altar, Mrs. Thompson; membership and sick; chairmen of the groups- corresponding s e c r e t a r y , Mrs' Mollte Carlson. Mrs. M c K i b b e n and Mrs. Hornig were hostesses during the social hour, For Spring Future Role for Women Is Subject Mrs. Jay Tubbesing was elected president of the Y. W. C. A. board ? n a Se 5 sio " ol tha t group which followed the annual' meeting of the Young Women's Christian Association Thursday even nig at the Y, W. C. A. Speaker of the evening was Mrs. Helen Vanderburg of Boyden who talked on "The Future Role of Women." Mrs. W. F. Dierking was elected vice president of the association, Mrs. Ralph Smiley, secretary and Mrs. W. A. Carter; treasurer. At the annual association meeting, Mrs. E. O/ Babcock, chairman of the nominating committee announced the results of the election, listing Mrs. Tubbesing, Miss Marie Kober, Mrs. W. H. Rees, Mrs. J. G. Hanson, Mrs. Howard T a T y ^ Mrs ' Harold Morgan, Mrs. John Dubble and Mrs. Louis Wolf as new members of the board. Mrs. G. E. Harrison, Mrs. R. E Smiley, Mrs. Harold Campbell' Mrs. Charles Cornwell and Mrs' J. L. Pauley were named to the nominating committee for next year. Mrs. George Marty, retiring president of the Y. W. C. A. board, presided during the session, and presented Mrs. W. F. Dierking, program chairman, who introduced the speaker and musicians. ."We are living between midnight and dawn when the vital forces of the body are at their lowest ebb," Mrs. Vanderburg said. "This is one of the long rises of history and it is our privilege as women to be living in a period before a dawn. "What do we want history to say about us and what are we doing to prepare ourselves for the role we want to play?" Mrs. Vanderburg asked, pointing out the problems of rehabilitation reconstruction and readjustment which lie ahead. Discussing women in industry, Mrs. Vanderburg said that women work because they must and that after the war it is probably that two-thirds of the women will remain in industry because they must. "We have not gained in the years of our emancipation as much as the Russian women have gained in 10 years," she said. "The answer to women in industry cannot be found in legislation alone. You cannot legislate economic need out of human beings. If the standard of, wages for women had been raised to the level of men, we would not have the economic problem facing us after the war that we will have." In concluding, Mrs. Vanderberg pointed out that the status of women is determined by the economic conditions in which they live. She urged that women take a more important role in the dollars and cents life of the community. Miss June Dudgeon, accompanied by Mrs. Roy Servison sang "Passepied" by Delibes and "The Shadow Song" from "Dinorah." Miss Ruth Behrens presented her MARRY IN ENGLAND --Sgt Francis J. Dore, T/l, foster son of Mrs. Lorraine Spangler of Hutchms, and Miss Doreen Lillian Holmes, daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. Holmes, 32 Harrow Hoad, Newport, England, are pictured following their marriage performed Dee. 2, by the Rev M. Strokes at St. Mary's Catholic church, Newport Mon England. The bride's father being in active service in northwest Europe, an uncle, Mr. A F. Holmes, gave the bride away. The bride was charmingly gowned in a floor length white satin wedding dress trimmed in shadow lace and seed pearls It had been purchased for her from Lundberg's, Mason City Her arm bouquet was of pink carnations. Her veil was the one worn by her grandmother at her wedding. Two cousins of the bride the Misses Margaret Fidler and Jean Penches, w e r e bridesmaids. They were dressed in light blue brocade with flower muffs and head-dresses in pastel tones Sgt. Bill Dankemjer of the U. S. army, was best man. When Sgt. Core's army service is over, he and his -bride TM?. e *? c Â° me to the United States to live. Sgt. Dore is a radio inspector. high, school quintet composed of Miss Dorothy Johnson, LeRoy Spurgeon, Don Weber, George Keister and Jack Makeever who sang "Don't Fence Me In" and "I Dream of You." Miss Johnson sang a poem by Dorothy Parker set to music and "Embraceable You." Staff members of the association were introduced as well as representatives of various Y. W. sponsored groups. Miss Edna Pyle^ general secretary, read a letter describing the world wide scope of the association's activities. -r- DANCE at the Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa Saturday, January 27 Music by THE SCANDINAVIAN ACCORDION BAND Simple and well designed A new kind of suspender jumper to mate with attractive blouses one of dancing polka dots perhaps, edged with crisp white ruffling. No. 3879 is cut in sizes 10, 12 14, 16, 18, 20 and 40. Size 16 requires 24 yards 39 inch fabric for the jumper; 2H yards 39 inch fabric for the blouse. Send I6c for Pattern, which includes complete sewing guide Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number iri your address. Just out, the Spring Fashion Book, containing 175 pattern designs of smart clothes for all ages all occasions, all sizes; beautifully illustrated in color. Price lac a copy. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. I9th St New York II, N Y ' Â· FRIDAY Rainbow Girls-7:30, Masonic temple. Joint Labor legislative ccmmittee-- 7:30, Labor hall. Roosevelt Elementary P.T.A.-- Â· 7:45. Roosevelt junior high cafeteria. Kill Kare Klub-Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bistline. First Presbyterian Women's association-8, parish house. Pleasant Ridge club-Mr. and Mrs. John Heinselman. North Iowa Couple Weds in St. Louis 79Â«r ^.J 1 "' B ' w - Hamaker, 725% North - Federal, announce the marnage of their daughter Meredith, to Tech. Sgt. pTerce Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. ._D. Montgomery 'of Forest City M T .5 e ,. wteddin e took place in a Methodist- parsonage in St. Louis with the Rev. John Meredith officiating on Jan. 11 Seaman 1/c William Townsend and _ Miss Pauline Baxter of St Louis attended the couple The bride wore ,a slate blue suit with fucsnia accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Â· Sgt. Montgomery has been serving with the army in Italy and is returning there after a furlough. Mrs Montgomery will be at home with her parents here. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED Allison--Marriage licenses have been issued to Ollie DeBerg Little Rock, Naomi Veenker, Holland, both legal age; Glenn Richard Brink-ran, 19, Clarfcsville Vir nh a e T , o w e ' 20 - Greene; John Eidon Buss, 31, Alice Janssen, 28, both of Allison NEWCOMERsTJLUB . MEETS AT Y. W ^h W S? m ?r r V 1Ub met Thursday. ? !, / W ' C - A ' an ^ cards we Â« played following a dessert luncheon. Mrs. W. E. Bramhall received the prize in contract; Mrs. George B. Senior in auction; and Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald iu 500. Installation Ceremonies Conducted Officers were installed by the R. N. A. lodge at a meeting Thursday evening in Moose hall with Mrs. H. F. Goodwin as installing officer, assisted by a staff ineliid- - ing Mrs. James Leake, ceremonial marshal; Mrs. G. W. Smith, chancellor; Mrs. Ared White, recorder and Mrs. Glen-Wallace, musician. Mrs. H. L. Leake was installed as oracle; Mrs. Henry Billman, , vice oracle; Mrs. Adrian Hart, past*' oracle; Mrs. L. G. Bird, chancellor; Mrs. E. W. Lilley, recorder; Mrs. R. R. Sutton, receiver; Mrs Bessie Bull, marshall; Mrs. Good' win, assistant marshall; Mrs. Allen Bull, inner sentinal; Mrs Robert Longfellow, outer sentinal; Mrs Willis Buirge, manager; Dr. James Shaffer, physician; Mrs. A I; Ready, musician. Graces installed are Mrs. Margaret Johnson, faith; Mrs. James Leake, courage; Mrs. Roy Leake modesty; Mrs. H. A. Morphew! unselfishness; Mrs. Robert Grant endurance; Mrs. Walter Hyde flag bearer; Mrs. Joe Lester, juvenile director; and Mrs. Gale Bull, captain of the degree. The officers were greeted and given corsages and grand honors by the escort team, composed oÂ£ juveniles: Huth Ann Leake, Harlan Leake, Billy Bull, Bessie Bull Thayes Bull and Mardel Newman' Mrs. Clara Newman had charge of the candles at the altar and as each officer was installed she was given a lighted candle. At -the c ,'Â° se , Mr s. G.-,. Wallace sang Candlelight Time in the Camp- room" and "Only A Rose." A drill was put on by the Mason City team. Refreshments .were s /. r . ve ; Mrs. L. G. Bird, Mrs. Albert Moen, Mrs. Ared White and Mrs. Fred Bitterman. Vliss Mary Kimpston Weds James H. Riley West Union--Mr. and Mrs. F. R I Cimpston, West Union, announce ne marriage of their daughter i Mary Evelyn, to Pvt. James H.I Riley oÂ£ the United States aii-il orps, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.JI Riley, Charlotte, N. Car., which I Â° ol : place at Troy, Kans., on Jan.iJ , with Judge John- R. Bell off i-It dating. ;J . rT! ? eITb ride is a graduate from'il Vest Union high school, and of ! * ^Jtzie's School of Beauty, Water-1 oo, and for.the past year has been 1 mployed at the.naval ammurii-1 hon depoP at Hastings, Nebr f Pvt Riley, after spending 18 months at New - Guinea, is sta- loned at the Harvard air base Harvard, Nebr., and expects over- eas duty again soon. Ufarnfng WATCH OUT Â«}R SNIFFIT W fead coWs can catue much rafferin* Jou-t suffer needlessly. Just pu t a li ress. Also helps revent many olds from dtvel- plng if used imel Try it. Fol- ow directions Jn olaer. works fine' COLDS RAGING THROUGH WIDE AREA fa quality aspirin lul miseries. De, pure St. JoÂ«pli Aspirin. Â· Royal Doulton Â· Wedgwood Â· Haviland Â· Minton Bone China WATCHES ftlanehard^ DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE Â· . Â·-*Â·Â·Â· Unmistakably an cJnniejQaurie$r. Its froth of white, its tremendous . tucite button, its outrageous figure flattery are aided and abetted by that wonder-fabric, "Pony Boy" by Bloom*bÂ«rg Mills! Sizes 9 to 17. *22 95 26-28 East State St.