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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
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TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WOMAN'S CLUB NAMES DELEGATES Art Group Activities Discussed Helen Howe Will Be Presented at April General Meeting Mrs. Hbward O'Leary, president- elect of the Woman's club, Mrs. A. L. Peterson and Mrs. H. J. Steinberg will represent the Woman's club at the biennial convention of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs in Davenport May 2, 3 and 4 it was voted at the Woman's club board meeting Tuesday morning at the administration building. · Mrs. O'Leary, art chairman, announced that more than $10 had been taken in for the penny art fund. She reported on the art exhibit in the library and said that arrangements are being completed to get permanent loan pictures for the schools in Mason City. Mrs. Peterson announced the ·field trip of the outdoor life department for April 25 with Mrs. H. D. Page and Mrs. H. L. Campbell as chairmen. Helen Howe will be presented at the last general meeting, April 28 in the high school auditorium. Written reports on the year's activities.will be submitted by officers and chairmen at the next meeting of the board at which the retiring officers and chairmen complete their duties and the new board takes over. Mrs. "Hanford" MacNider, president, announced the annual institute of international relations to be held at Grinnell in June. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED BY KAY XARGES Kay Karges, 820 Monroe avenue northwest, entertained members of the Monroe kindergarten on the occasion of her .sixth birthday Monday. A comedy was shown by Dick Sullivan. Refreshments were served by Miss Ethel Ehlers, assisted by Kay. Other friends of Kay came to her home after school to help celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Evron M. Karges served birthday cake to the children and games were'played. · " " FRAMES MADE-TQrORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next 3. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 CONVENTION WIFE PRESERVERS Don't put fine furniture near hot radiators or open windows, and don't, if you value your furniture, let the house atmosphere get too dry. Plan Installation of New Windows in Stacyville Hall STACYVILLE -- New windows will be installed in the city hall by a staff of men who have been working steadily for the past two weeks remodeling, repairing and painting the place. The hall houses the city pumping system, fire department and jail, plus a public meeting place. Large Crowd Views Program Given at Bristol 3 School JOICE--A large crowd attended a program at the Bristol number 3 school Friday evening. Included in the program was a play entitled "His Just Desserts" which will be given at the Worth county Drama Festival at Northwood the second week of April. These plays, by the pupils, are being g i v e n throughout the county in rural schools instead of declamatory selections. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES NORTHWOOD --Worth county marriage licenses: Kenneth J. Phillips, Northfield, and Mildred L. Imsdahl, Brooton, Minn.; Harold Dixon and Pearl Abbey, Northwood; Richard Babcock and Eileen Peterson, Frederic, Wis.; Aldrow G. Oswald and Clarine A. Peterson, Minneapolis; Arnold V. Baldus, Oakland, Minn., and Eleanor H. Thompson," Corning, Minn.; Richard A. Danowsky and Hilda C. Mahler, address not shown; Joseph E. Marshall and Ruth A. Lak- karila, both of St. Paul; Carl Bal- lego and Lorenza Lopez, Manly; Alfred J. Rindahl and Ella Krueger, Fairchild, Wis. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued here to Wilbur W. Snyder, 25, Freeport, ID., and Marjorie Irene Turn an, 22, Rockford, 111., and Orland Hierson, legal, and Blanche Glaunert, legal, both of Minneapolis. Club Meets for Supper atY.W.C.A. Mrs. R. 0. Storvick Gives Easter Talk For Hi-Tri Girls Hi-Tri club held a Lenten supper Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. R. O. Storvick as speaker. The girls were seated at tables arranged in the form of a cross and decorated in purple, green and white, with Easter lilies as centerpieces. During the supper hour, Geraldine Keister, accompanied by Jane Fatten, played a group of violin selections including "Minuet in G" by Beethoven, "Air for the G String 1 by Bach, "Traumeri" by Schumann, "Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven, "Humoresque" by Dvorak, "Cavatina" by Raff and "Serenade" by Schubert · The group sang "Are Ye Able" and "Fairest Lord Jesus." Wilma Walter sang "Evening Prayer" and Mrs. Storvick gave an Easter message. "Follow the Gleam" was sung at the close of the program. The committee in charge included Marlys Youngdale, Peggy Bruns, Velma Hockenberry, Betty Swarner and Alice Loomis, chairman. The supper was served by Mardell Havenan, Betty Ellen Patterson, Margaret Gilman and Shirley Van Note. Mr., Mrs. Andrew Midthus Honored on 25th Anniversary RIDGEWAY--A silver wedding anniversary celebration was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Midthus at the Orleans Lutheran church on Sunday. A dinner was served at noon at the church parlors after which a program was presented. Songs were "sung by Mendius Olson of Cresco and by Angeline Amundson, a violin solo was presented by Lillian Henderson and a talk was given by the pastor the Rev. H. M. Norman. Monthly Meeting of Group Is Conducted DOUGHERTY--Members of the W. C. O. F. held their monthly meeting in the convent on Sunday afternoon for installation of officers. The next meeting will be at the home of Chief Ranger Ella Breen. COOTIES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON-- Wallace M Robinson, 32, St. Paul, and Eileen Ressler, 28, Lohrville; Dale Flitsch 27, and Evelyn Peterson, 22, both of Cedar Rapids, were issued licenses to wed. flSTR POTTED LILIES $ 1.00 JOHNSTON'S WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS PHONE 2500 Small Fry Bolero Globe-Gazette Peerless 15 Cent Pattern 119 West Nineteenth Street, New York City By Diana Day 2505 SIZES t- IS. Style No. 2505 is designed for sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 years Send 15 cents for this pattern. Spring fashion magazine 10 cents extra. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 119 West Nineteenth street, New York City. Garfield Mothers of Pre-School Age Children to Meet Miss Ethel Hall, principal of Garfield school, has called a meeting of all mothers in the Garfield district who plan to send children to the Garfield kindergarten next September. The meeting will be held at the Garfield school Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Reinharts Honored in Alta Vista Home ALTA VISTA--Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Caudill and daughters, Bonnie Lou and Darlys, entertained at a three course dinner held at their home here Saturday evening in honor of L. L. Reinhart and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Reinhart. The occasion, in addition to welcoming Mr. Reinhart upon his return to his home here from Houston, Tex., was also complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Heinhart who were recently married, and in observance of Vincent's birthday. Social Calendar Bits'About 'Em Mrs. H. E. Hanson and daughter, Mrs. Max McCollough and her daughter, Sharon Lynn, Chicago, have left for Des Moines after visiting Mr. McCollough's mother, Mrs. Hazel McCollough. Mrs. McCollough had been visiting them in Chicago and they accompanied her here. * s t Mrs. David Goldhirsch and son, Ralph, have arrived from Minneapolis for a visit with Mrs. Goldhirsch's mother, Mrs. Sam Kaufman, 312 Second street northwest. --o-HONORED AT PARTY DOUGHERTY--Mrs. John Avery was honored with a party at her home Monday afternoon when eight women met there. Five hundred was played with high prize going to Mrs. O. A. Jensen, after which refreshments were served. LOOK TO YOUR CLOTHES T h e r e is no surer way of atta i ni ng a n i c e appear- a n c e t h a n w i t h freshly c l e a n e d clothes. Phone 349 Band Box Cleaners TUESDAY Women's Symphony orchestra-7 o'clock, Music hall. Clio club-Mrs. Ralph S. Stanbery, 915 Delaware a v e n u e northeast, Mrs. Harry Page, lesson. Moose lodgre-- 8 o'clock, Moose hau. WEDNESDAY D. A. R.-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. B. F. Gabbert, 122 Jefferson avenue northwest. Miss Mary Louise Felt, Miss Ethel Hall assisting. Evangelical group-12 o'clock, church parlors, pot luck dinner, Mrs. O. E. Moon, chairman all day sewing meeting. Legion Auxiliary-1:30 o'clock, 40 and 8 clubrooms. McKinley P. T. A. board-1:30 o'clock, school. Degree of Honor Carnation club 2 o'clock, Mrs. Henry Schaub, 1610 Hampshire avenue southeast. B. and O. circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. David Olson, 114 Tenth street northwest. P. E. O. Chapter GN-Mrs. Artemas Brown, 225 Ninth street northwest, Mrs. B. H. Brett, Mrs. Draper Long, assisting. East Park club-1:15 o'clock, Home Tearoom Mrs. Ted H. Leaman. Wesley Home Missionary society 1:30 o'clock, Mrs. Mark Sackett Central Heights. Loyal 10 club-1:45 o'clock, Mrs. L. \V. Ross, 318 Thirteenth street'southeast. Central Lutheran Northeast group 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. Eggert, B01% Third street northeast. Immanuel N. \V. division-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. C. J. Olson, hostess. . A. to B. of R. T.-2 o'clock, Moose hall. U. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. P. E. O. Chapter DZ-- 8 o'clock, Mrs. Roe Thompson, 509 Washington avenue northwest, lesson, Mrs. Kenneth F. Neu. XiUtle Theater-8 o'clock, P. G. and E. auditorium. Mrs. Buckler Acts as Hostess at Rudd Culture Gathering RUDD--Mrs. Willis Buckler w hostess to the Culture club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. John Loterbour was the Bible study leader and Mrs. Frank Palmer was the lesson leader using as her subject, 'Tamous American Women." Miss Lela Armstrong was ... charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Leona Hanson, chairman of the Federated clubs, was present Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Guest day at the home of Mrs. B. A. Fieselmann. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED CRESCO -- Marriage licenses were issued at Cresco April 2-3 for the following couples: Stanley To- Karg, 23, and Evelyn Mellstrom, 22, both of Ellsworth, Wis.: Cletus Huegel. 26, and Helen Shatck, 21, both of Elma; Ellsworth Gunderson, 21, and Ruby Trigstad, 21 both of Rochester, Minn. Six Women's Study Clubs at Meetings New Officers Named by Maria Mitchells at Thompson Home Six of Mason City's study clubs tield meetings Monday afternoon and officers were elected by one group, the Maria Mitchel! club, at the home of Mrs. Roe Thompson, 509 Washington a v e n u e northwest. Mrs. B. F. Weston was elected president, Mrs. Thompson, vice president, Mrs. Henry Worm- noudt, secretary, and Mrs. H. C. Metcalf, treasurer. Mrs. Metcalf led the lesson on Kipling's poetry. Social Welfare Mrs. Margaret Moehlenhof, so- al welfare league secretary, was e speaker at the Twentieth Century club meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. H. C. Friesner, 246 Crescent drive. Mrs. Moehlenhof talked on social welfare work in Mason City. Mrs. Lee P. Loomis gave an account of her visit to the San Francisco World fair. Mrs. C. E. Dakin gave the report of the program committee for next year. The committee includes Mrs. Dakin, Mrs. John Senneff and Mrs. Loomis. Modern Trends Chautauqua club met with Mrs. C. E. Cornwel), 223 Crescent drive, Monday afternoon, and Mrs. Russell Girton spoke on "Modern Trends in Poetry" and Mrs. R. B. Girton on "Modern Trends in Motion Pictures." At the Child Study club meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. George Gitr, 138 Twelfth street northwest, Mrs. J. C. Johnson had devotions and music and Mrs. H. B. Major talked on "Effects o£ Modern Advertising on Our Children." A boys' quartet from the high school including Roger Larson, Hubert Cabbell, Bill Thompson and Clark Sweetser sang, luncheon Meeting Occident club had a 1 o'clock luncheon Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Artemus Brown, 225 Ninth street northwest, with Mr= Milton Bergland, Mrs. E. E. Hunter, Mrs. A, A. Felt and Mrs. F. B. Hathaway as hostesses. Mrs. R. E Nyquist, Mrs. J. L. .Paulcy and Mrs. F. F. Potter were on the entertainment committee. "Toast and Tea," a play, was presented by Mrs. Harry Wright and Mrs. Roy Potter at the T. A. E. club meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. E Jennings 834 Third street southwest. Couple in Vicinity of Armstrong, Wed 46 Years, Is Feted FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son, Billy, attended a surprise gathering at the home of Mrs. Stoeber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Verbriegge's forty-sixth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Verbriegge immigrated to the states from Holland in 1392. Mrs. Joseph Hoyt Re-Elected Head of Women's Group EMMETSBUHG -- Mrs. Joseph Hoyt was re-elected president of the Emmetsburg Women's club at the annual meeting of the group here Monday afternoon. Other officers, also re-elected, are Mrs. Lloyd Frost, secretary; Mrs. B. G. Moad, corresponding secretary and contact woman; Mrs. H. E. Barringer, treasurer; and Mrs. H. M. Helgen, custodian. Tiir. next regular meeting of the group will be held on Ihursdny, April 13, w^en the annual guest day program will be held. Mrs. William Dunnigan is chairman of the luncheon committee for the affair, while Mrs. Adolph Jahn heads the program committee. Swan Nelson Feted on 75th Birthday WESLEY--Swan Nelson, who celebrated his seventy-fifth birth day Friday, was honored at church party Friday night when a large group of friends who gathered at the Congregational church. A program was held, followed by a social hour and lunch. Mr. Nelson received many gifts He has for a number of years served as janitor of the church which is near his home. --o-But if Europe is willing to be bossed by Germany rather than risk war, why is it any of our darned business?--Fountain Inn Tribune. EXPECTANT MOTHERS EXPECTANT mothers who can't cat or arc ·weak or nervous w i l l f i n d D r . Picrce's Favorite Prescription a beneficial tonic. It stimulates the appetite and increase* the flow of 32 line juice, and so aids digestion. Thus airs : "Before two of jny babie* came I wtt 7 er X, wt " i - . Bu ' I used Dr. Pierce's FITOT- ite Prescription and it wa» » wonderful teb to me. It stimulated nr appetite »qd helpcS to rel.tve me of that tired, nervous fettinV Ask rocr dnies^st today for it "m liquid or tablets. New size, liauid $1.00, taWcU SL 50 Years Married HANLONTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bruns void celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brunsvold. Dinner was served to the honored couple, their children and grandchildren. A short talk was given by Mrs. Earl Schmidt and a song, '-Oh, Happy Home," by Eunice and Ona Brunsvold, all granddaughters o£ the couple. A donation was sent to station WCAL at Northfield in honor of the occasion by the daughters and sons, Mrs. Henry Brunsvold and Mrs. J. G. Brunsvold of Hanlontown, and Albert, Ben and Walter, all of Jackson, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Brunsvold were pioneers of Dickinson county for 41 years and for the past several years have made their home with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brunsvold. Both Mr. and Mrs Brunsvold are active and have been enjoying good health. H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE A Lenten Menu An Oven Dinner (Serving Two or Three) Asparagus Soup Salted Wafers Cheese Souffle Creamed Lima Beans Bread Grape Jam Beet Relish Salad Washington Cherry Dessert Coffee for Adults Milk for Children Cheese Souffle One and one-half cups milk, 2-3 cup cheese, diced, 1 cun soft bread crumbs, 4 egg yolks, % teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon chopped parsley, Vs teaspoon celery salt, % teaspoon minced onions, 2 tablespoons butter, melted, 2 tablespoons catsup (optional), 4 egg whites, beaten. Heat milk, cheese and crumbs together for five minutes in a double boiler. Stir several times. Add yolks and beat two minutes. Add remaining ingredients and mix lightly. Pour into buttered earthenware dish and bake one hour in slow oven. Serve immediately. Washington Cherry Dessert One-third cup butter, I cup granulated sugar, 2 eggs, beaten, 2-3 cup cold water, 2 cups pastry flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, % teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla, % teaspoon almond extract. Cream the butter and sugar. Add rest of ingredients and beat for two minutes. Bake in two layers in medium-sized pans lined with waxed papers for 20 minutes in a moderate oven. Add the fill ing. Cherry Filling One-half cup granulated sugai, 4 tablespoons flour, % cup cherry juice, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, % teaspoon nutmeg, % teaspoon salt, Vi cup seeded red cherries, ' tablespoons butter. Blend the sugar with flour. Add juices, nutmeg and salt. Cook slowly and stir constantly until the filling thickens. Add the remaining ingredients and cool. Use as filling for baked cake layers Sprinkle top with sugar. LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS MEETING Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the 40 and 8 clubrooms to sew carpet rags and supplies for the Des Moines hospital. Plans will be made for the Knoxville hospital birthday party April 27. At the close of the afternoon, Mrs. Wiffi Bemiss will serve refreshments. 80 Present at Meeting of Chapter Members 57 Years Honored by 0. E. S. at Masonic Temple Eighty members attended the stated meeting of Unity chapter No. 58, O. E. S., Monday night in the Masonic temple with Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, worthy matron, presiding. Special features of the meeting were the ceremonies honoring members who had served as officers of the second point o£ the star and those who had been members of the order over 25 years. Honored Members Among the many honored members present were Mrs. Delia LJoyd Kirk and Mrs. Sarah A. Wheeler who were initiated into Unity chaper 57 years ago. Mrs. M. A. Huffridge was JOloist during the ceremonies and. was .accompanied by Mrs. C. W Haase. Gifts were presented to all honored members by Mrs R J Hughes and Mrs. William H. Mahl- "itadt in behalf of the chapter. Mrs. L. E. Gerard, chairman of the ways and means committee will have charge of arrangements for the card party Tuesday night, April 11. Refreshments Served Refreshments were served after the meeting, table decorations being large pink rabbits and decorated Easter eggs. Mrs. B. T. Lindstrom furnished music during the social hour preceding the meeting. The next stated meeting will be on May 2, at which time those having served as officers of the fifth point of the star will be honored and a social time will 'follow the meeting. Miss Nora Woldmoe Weds Rockford Man Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Woldmoe, 816 Monroe avenue northwest, announce the marriage of their daughter, Nora Evelyn, to Earl Hest of Rockford which took place March 23 at Northwood with the Rev. Arthur J. Tolo officiating. They were attended by his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ebers. The couple is at home on a farm near Rockford. -- o -- lowans Licensed to Marry in Reno , Nev., (/F)-- Marriage licenses were issued here to Grover F. Thorn, 34, and Veronica Smith, 2T, both of Charles City, and Magnus Lochkern, 23, Thompson, and Etta Saffell, 29, San Francisco. Meeting of Woman's Club of Burt Held BURT-- The Womans club met Monday evening at Mrs. W. A. Peters' home with Mrs. C. W. Patterson as assisting hostess. Our Patriotic Heritage was the program topic. Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Mrs. M. C. Bowie, Lulu Hawcott and Mrs. F. L. Pratt were on the program. JOHNSON-WAMSLEY CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. Bertha Wamsley, Clarksville, and L. C. Johnson of Sterling, 111., were married at Fort Dodge March 31 by the Rev. Nordtvedt of the St. Olaf's Lutheran church. The bridegroom is a traveling salesman for a machinery company with territory throughout Iowa. The couple will continue to live in Clarksville. -- o -- HALWEG-PENNINGTOrr NEW HAMPTON-- Miss Helen J. Pennington of Mandan, N. Dak., and Alfred M. Halweg, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles T. Halweg, were married by the Rev. Theodore Fritschel, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church here March 23. Witnesses were Mrs. Verle Kenyon and Mrs. Elsie Fritschel. FLOWERS Bloom in Profusion on Your New EASTER HAT Roses, hyacinths, daisies and almost every flower lift their lovely heads to make you look as pretty QS a picture in your Easter bonnet that waits for you D .. · ' ~~,,-, ' " ln our * lcrt department. bretons, pill-boxes, sailors and poke bonnets smiling in a misty illusion of soft veiling. Have that expensive look at very little cost Price range from _ to "SEf YOU TOMORROW

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