Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 14, 1964 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 14, 1964
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_ MASCIA MERRY CHRISTMAS—Mrs. Glen Jackson, president of the Mascia Club, presents a Christmas gift to guests of the club at its Christmas party, Mrs. Lester Ahls of Waterloo and Mr. Ahls. He is secretary of the Iowa Association of the Deaf and editor of the organization's "The Sign Language " Social calendar Write it out— send it in Only written Items will be accepted for the social calendar' Calendar Items will not be accepted by phone. Items for the daily calendar must b« in by 9:30 a.m. Items for Saturday calendar must be in by 4 p.m. Frfday. Mascia Club held its annual Christmas dinner party at the lotel Hanford Saturday with he secretary of the Iowa Association of the Deaf, Lester Ahls of Waterloo, as a special guest. Monday Joyce Kilmer Club— 6:30, Hotel Hanford. St. John's Unit (HF)— 6:30, Belt and Buckle restaurant. Trinity Altar Guild— 6:30, the Oaks. St. Peter's Unit (HF)— 6:30, KG Clubrooms. LPN- 7, Country House. Letter Carriers Auxiliary— 7:30, Mrs. R. E. Bloomfield 1303 S. Delaware. St. Augustine's Unit (HF)— Mrs. W. Leatherman, 104 Mis sion Drive. Chamber of Commerce Women's Division— 7:30, First National Bank. Amvet Auxiliary Unit 92— 7:45, Mrs. Tony Dovali, 204 12th NW. Veleda Club— 7:45, Mrs. Kenneth Kalahar 950 6th SE. Hawkeye Movie Makers— 8, YMCA Banquet Room. Tuesday St. Leo's Unit (HF)— 10, Mrs. George Joyce, 259 N Crescent Drive. Queen Rebekah Circle— 2, IOOF Hall. Police Auxiliary— 6, Mrs. Rudy Alman, 717 3rd SW. Baptist YWA— 6:30, Mrs. W. A. Carter, 236 14th SE. Alchor Shrine— 6:30, Masonic Temple. Catholic Daughters— 8, Hotel Hanford. Subordinate Lodge 224— 8, IOOF Hall. Women's Labor Auxiliary— 8, Labor Temple. GRAPES IN GRAVY It's easy to roast chicken with out stuffing. If you want to dress up the bird, make a sauc from the pan drippings and heavy cream, then add seedles green grapes. Serve the chicken and sauce with steamed but tered rice mixed with almonds A company dish! CRUMBLY PIE CRUSt Is your pie crust crumbly rather than flaky? Chances ar that you are cutting in your shortening so that it is too fine leave it in pea-size pieces an< harr 1 ' the dough as little a po; Girl Scouts name candidates for queen, princess CHARLES CITY — Susan : teele is queen candidate for Burning of the Greens from Girl Scout Cadete Troop 252. Her al- ernate is Jenny Wilcox. Troop eaders are Mrs. Bernard Mitchell, Mrs. Harry Roberts and Mrs. Jack Winterink. Brownie Troop 157 selected Jebbie Kay as its princess candidate for Burning of the Greens. Becky Guthart is her alternate. Mrs. Ray Blanchard and Mrs. Donald Mclntosh are troop leaders. Joy Sylvester is the princess candidate for Burning of the "Jreens from Brownie Troop 264. ler alternate is Marilee Mead. Mrs. Jack Bennett is troop leader and Mrs. Gary Hawbaker, State officer is guest of Mascia Club at party the co-leader. Mr. Ahls who is editor of The Sign Language, publication o the association, spoke of trends in the observance of the birth of Christ in spite of the growth of commercialism. Glen Jackson of Charles Cit; was in charge of the program which opened with a welcome by Mrs. Jackson, club presi dent. Mrs. Jack Purcell of Al gona led in prayer and sang "Silent Night." Mrs. William Meester of Grundy Center sang a carol and children of the members sang, directed by Mrs. David Meyer of Leland Mr. Purcell told stories of pasi winters. Mr. Jackson and Mr. Purcel were in charge of a game of Password and Mr. and Mrs Purcell were winners. Mrs. Car Barnd, Walter Poshusta, Stell Kaplan of Iowa Falls and Fred Thorpe of Cedar Falls also re ceived prizes. CITY CLOVERETTES 4-H PARTY HELD City Cloverettes 4-H Club had a Christmas party at the home of Becky Platts, 644 S. Louisiana. Gifts were exchanged. The girls went caroling and had refreshments on their return. Cici Bauman talked to the. club and officers were installed. Friedrichs to observe anniversary HAMPTON — Mr. and Mrs. William C. Friedrichs will cele- >rate their golden wedding anniversary Dec. 20 with open louse for all friends and relatives in their home at Hampton. The former Minna Goebel and Hr. Friedrichs were married 3ec. 17, 1914 at Vilmar and farmed in the Bristow and Aredale vicinities until retiring to their Hampton home. They h«v« fiv« children, Carl of Rochester, Minn.; Mrs. Wiliam (Louise) Junker of Hamp:on; Mrs. EUard (Hertha) Muller of Bunnell, Fla.; Paul of Santa Rosa, Calif., and Walter of Aredale. They have six grandchildren and sixe great-grandchildren. A family dinner will be held at the Gold Key dining room in Hampton preceding the open house. Hostesses will be the ouple's daughters and daughters-in-law. Members of the wedding party will be at the dinner. GOING SOUTH NASHUA—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Speedling are leaving here this week for Hot Springs, Ark. where they will spend a few weeks. They later will go to Texas to spend some time a; Corpus Christi and Harlingen. HOME FROM MONTANA NASHUA— Mr. and Mrs Charles Sehpherd have returned home from Montana where they spent the summer with their three daughters at Helena Baker and Perry. Dear Abby Check stairs first before you invite By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: A few months ago a friend asked me to escort his cousin, who is in a wheelchair, to a party. She turned out to be a charming girl and we had a most enjoy* able time. Since then I've dated her several times. (Mostly drive-ins because getting her in and out of a car is, in her own words, "quite a production.") I am a college senior and a big dance is coming up. She loves music and is an excellent conversationalist and I'm sure once we got into the place and settled down she would have a fine time. She has a collapsible wheelchair and uses a "transfer board," but I'm sure I could get someone to help me carry her. She doesn't seem senitive about her disability, but my question is, do you think it is proper to ask a girl in a wheelchair to a dance? "G" IN JERSEY DEAR G.: Get on the sub- iect of dances, and ask her how she'd feel about attending one. In escorting a handicapped person, the stairs present the greatest problem. Investigate beforehand and if the place can be entered without too big a "production," explain what is involved and let Her make up her own mind. * # * .DEAR ABBY: My husband comes from a large family and so do I. Between us we have 22 nieces and nephews. In the past we have always bought them Christmas gifts, but now that they aren't "children" any more (some are now married) a little toy or trinket to put under the tree is no longer adequate. We can't afford expensive gifts, so I told all the nieces and nephews on MY side that I wasn't giving gifts this year and not to give us anything. They all understood and agreed. I think my husband should call everyone on his side and tell them. He says it's MY job! What do you think? I'm not as close to his relatives as I am to my own. WOE IS ME DEAR WOE: Your husband probably Isn't any closer to HIS nieces and neph«ws than you are, so b* a good sport and shoulder the load. # * * DEAR ABBY: You recently printed a letter from a woman who telephoned a minister and asked him for a prayer she could say for her mother, who had just died. He replied, "I am too busy to help you . . . and besides, what good will prayer do her now?" The minister was wrong in his first remark. But he was right in his second. When a person is dead, it is too late to pray for him. If he died and went to heaven, A Timely Holiday Feature . . . one of these lovely waves to see you beautifully thru the holidays ahead. Our Special Wave For Normal Hair LANOLIN PERMANENT WAVE Haircut Included Reg. $15.00 Protein PERMANENT WAVE Haircut Included 7.45 8.95 $10 ALL QUALITY PERIWANENTS Choien For More Bod; More Wave Mare Hold « <"x •„' '-• y , ;-V '~*&&M£^S GETTING A LIFT — This skier on the way up wears an iceland pullover designed by Hans Heitsch of Sweden. Designers are turning their attention to man-hunting ski clothes for the slopes where statistics indicate 2 out of 3 of the 1,750,000 skiers are male and 7 out of 8 of those males, single. /\ /" • ^ if larAnatt and J^wift / ' Ac rets From The Pott Offic* Thwrt. and Fri. Till 9:M P. M. . . . FURS ON THE SMALL SIDE The Great GADABOUTS Take any version of our "small furs," and f you'll wonder how you got along without it. Day or night, all year 'round, it's exactly what to wear with what you're wearing! 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