Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1964 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 21, 1964
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RING THOSE BELLS — Silver bells were the motif when the Mason City Junior College students held their annual homecoming dance at the YWCA Saturday night. Crowned prince and princess of the party were Dale Brca and Julie Barlow, students at the Mason City Junior College. Circle K and S.C. Club of the college sponsored the event. Officers installed by Homemaker Club New officers were installed and new members initiated and welcomed when the Mason Helpful Homemakers met at the home of Sheila Schultz for their last session of the year. New members include Joann Giving, Elaine and Colleen Zan- derhoof, Peggy Clark and Margie Clausen. After the business session, a Christmas party was held and gifts were exchanged. LICENSES TO MARRY GRANTED TO COUPLE CHARLES CITY—A marriage license was issumed to Richard E. Savage, 23, Ottumwa, and Carol J. Hughes, 21, Charles City. Slimming Close your eyes, picture yourself in this softly gored shirtwaist with scalloped collar- see the lift it gives you to look so attractive. Printed Pattern 9175: Half sizes 14'/2, 161/2, 18'^, 20&, 22V4, 24Vj. Size 16>/2 . requires 3 7 /a yards 39-inch fabric. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Do not send to Mason City. Address Globe-Gazette 466, Pat tern Dcpt. 232, West 18th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly Name, Address with Zone, Size and Style Number. Free Pattern Direct to Your Door—choose it from 300 design ideas in new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog! School, casual, career, dressy styles—al] sizes! Send 50c. Recipe of the day By Cecily Brownstone CREAMSTYLE TUNA WITH PARSLEY RICE V4 cup each butter and flour Vi teaspoon salt and Vs teaspoon white pepper 1% cups milk 2 cups grated cheddar cheese (8 ozs.) V\ cup dry white wine 2 cans (each 6V4 or 7 ozs.) chunk-style tuna, drained Parsley rice Make a white sauce of the Dutter, flour, salt, pepper and milk. Remove from heat and itir in the cheese until melted. Jtir in wine and tuna; heat jently; do not boil. Serve over Parsley Rice. Makes 6 serv ings. Parsley Rice: Bring 1 cup rice, 2V4 cups water and 1 teaspoon salt to a boil in a cove r e d saucepan; stir with a brk. Cook over low heat until almost tender—about 10 minutes; drain. Mix with 3 tablespoons butter, 1 cup chopped parsley, 1 finely chopped me dium onion, ¥2 cup slivered al monds, V4 teaspoon garlic sal) and 1 egg beaten with 1 cup milk. Turn into a 5 or 6-cup baking dish. Bake in a moderate (375 degrees) oven for 30 minutes; cover with foil and bake 15 minutes longer. RESTORE GARMENT After a wash-and-wear garment has become old but still las some wear in it, refresh its appearance by adding a little water softener and a little cold water starch to the last rinse water. Iron the garment lightly- Musicians contest announced \ The . National Federation of Husic Clubs has just launched ts 23rd annual composition contest for Young Composers. The announcement was made by Mrs, Clifton J. Muir, Coral Gables, FJa., president of the musical organization, and Dr. lattie May .ButterfieW, Fort Smith, Ark., national student adviser. Monetary awards will be given by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, "Stanley Adams, president. Classifications in this year's : on test, which closes April 1, 1965, are; Class I, Sonata or comparable work for solo wind or string in- itrument with piano, or for any :ombination of three to five orchestral instruments, of which he piano may be one. Minimum duration is eight minutes. Class II, a work for chorus, tither unaccompanied or with accompaniment of piano, organ, or a group of not more than 10 wind or string instruments. Text must be in English, and the minimum duration is four minutes. Class III, a composition for either solo piano or solo voice. The instrumental solo composi- ion is to be cast in sonata or heme and variations form with a minimum duration of five minutes. The vocal number should be a song cycle, text in English, with piano, organ, or string accompaniment, with a minimum duration of four minutes. First and second prizes of $250 and $175, respectively, are of- ered in Classification I; first and second prizes of $200 and $150, respectively, in Classification II; and first and second prizes of $100 and $75, respectively, in Classification III. The Devora Nadworney Award of $150 will be awarded for the best composition chosen from :he winners of Classes I, II, and The contest is open to citizens of the U.S., native born or naturalized, who have reached ;h'eir 18th but not their 26th birthday on April l, l%5, and who are members of the National Federation of Music Clubs. Contest judges are George Frederick McKay, department Officers of Moose at party Loyal Order of the Moose LOOM) held its annual Christmas party for employes, offi- ers and wives and officers of the Women of the Moose (WOTM) and their husbands evening in the Moose MR. AND MRS. EARL CLAUSEN Earl Clausens to mark anniversary of marriage Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clausen, 139 10th SW.will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Wednesday. They plan to hold open louse Sunday for all relatives and friends in the Fireside Room of t h e First Methodist Church. Hours will be from 2 to 4 p.m.. Leslie Earl Clausen and Elizabeth Mae Evans were married Dec. 23, 1914 at Plankington, l.D. They have five children, Mrs. Frank (Ida Mary) Sullivan, Chicago; Mrs. John (Betty) Jen nings, Morris Plains, N.J.; Ev elyn, at home, and Richard an: Dean, Mason City. read at the West Side Baptist) Church at Manila. A. 2,, C. Rodney Behrends is a! graduate of the Rake Cominu-1 nity High School and is stationed I at BlythviHe, Ark., where they| will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behrends I and Ann, and Duane Smith at-1 tended the wedding. Olihi ga««t*e, MUMn City. U. D«c. 21, 1*4 Sunday Hfome. Harley Vosburgh, governor, in- xoduced the state president, Vernon Lessor, and the state civic affairs chairman, Jerry Koerber, and both spoke briefly. Mr. Vosburgh introduced his officers. Mrs. Bernard Nissen, senior regent, represented the Women of the Moose. Gifts were exchanged and community singing and dancing followed the dinner. It was announced that help was needed for the children's Christmas party Monday at 7:30 at the Moose Home. A class enrollment will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. Behrends-Barker wedding is held RAKE — Announcement is made of the marriage of Rodney Behrends, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behrends of Rake, to Miss Hether Barker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Barker of Manila, Ark. The vows were Honsens to observe 50th anniversary HAMPTON—Mr. and Mrs.ll Anton Hansen will observe their 50th wedding anniversary with | open house on Tuesday at the St. Johns Lutheran Church Parish Hall. The open house will Merry Christinas I As lanterns glow with Christ- -mas joy and greens disperse ~ the scent of Christmas cheer, : we wish you a Merry Yule. • Open Tonight, Monday Till « P.M. • Open Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 22-23 Till 9 P.M. • Thursday Till ( P.M. • Closed Friday and Saturday, Dec. 25-241 neighbors and relatives. There will be a short program at 2:30. CLEANING GLASS Use a mild household cleanser to remove starchy film from glass cooking utensils. James Dial 424-2161 of music, the University of I Washington, Seattle; Clifford Taylor, College of Music, Temple Univer s i t y, Philadel- j phia, Penn.; and William Schu- tnan, president of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York, N.Y. , Manuscripts must be accompanied by an official entry blank, postmarked not later than midnight, April 1, 1965, and sent to the Chairman, Mrs. Robert M. Fisher, 220 N. Sixth Street, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Zip Code 15701. Entry blanks and further information may be obtained from the Chairman or from National Federation of Music Clubs Headquarters, Suite 1215, 600 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 60605. PLAN 50TH ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. Herman Back of Klemme will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday with an open house at the multi-purpose room of the Klemme Grade school. A short program will be presented at 2:30 p.m. The event is for friends and relatives. FOR, HIM Gifts From Damon's Men's Department Are Sure To Please! This Christmas . . . Give Him a Gift of Comfort— JACKETS or GAR COATS $ 14 95 to 27 95 Stop in and look over our large selection. Many styles and colors to select from. With or without fur trimmed collars. Some with hide-away hoods. Sizes 38 to 44. If in doubt as to size, give him a Gift Certificate. Shop Monday . . . Tuesday . . Wednesday Till 9:00 P. M. Men's and Boys' Dept. • Street Floor COLLEGE Of HAIRSTYLING 24 2nd St. N.E. Mason City, Iowa the finest..-to give and enjoy CAN D1ES COAT SALE Cfeofo 1 lb. box *1.60 2 Ib. box 3.15 3 lb. box 4.50 5 lb. box 7.50 Here's a variety to please all tastes ... creams, fruits, nuts, crisp and chewy centers ... ideal for family gifts. DAWS K I ] 0 * Choose from this small selection? Never! We've twice this many. Usually, six or seven styles are considered a large selection. Not by us. You either, when you can choose from 21. That's how many different styles we have—and some in two colors. Any doubt you'll find one that's perfect for you? We bet not. Come see. Borxoi — block 19.99 Kodiok — block 11.99 Block Boot — block M.99 Duclmt—Black Glove, Brown Giov» 15.99 Shop Until 9 Mon., Tu««, and W«d. Nitoi 105 NORTH FEDERAL, MASON CITY WATERLOO • DUBUQUE SIOUX CITY 2V4 lb. $3.50 A choice selection of milk and dark chocolates and a few butter bons. BRICK & TILE PHARMACY BRICK & TILE BLDG. Open Sat. 'Till 8 P.M. — Sun. 9 To 12 Thursday Evening, Too! Profit By Using The Giobe-Garette Want Adil 423-4270 Skoki. — block, otter 12.99 Sol«-hi — block, brown 11.99 Molano — block ... 11.99 Svellana — black .... 19.99 Carol — farosi wax .. .11.99 CAROL • DES MOINES • GATES IN FT. DODGE Please Her With a Pair Christmas

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