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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 13, 1959
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Officers Installed by R.N.A. Mrs.. Valborg Lum, oracle at Norlhwood, was installing officer at the H.N.A. meeting Thursday evening in the CIO hall. Installing marshals were Mrs. .Hector Newman and Mrs. S. A. Bemis. Those installed were Mrs. 0. A. Lund,' -oracle; Mrs. Willis Buirge, vice oracle; Mrs. V. Winchell, chancellor; Mrs. Newman, recorder; MCS. E. \V. Leiley, receiver; Mrs. Grace Bull, marshal; Mrs. W. W. Bly, inner sentinel; -Elsie Austin, outer sentinel; Mrs. Veda Mulert, musician, and Mrs. Howard liaydon, past oracle and manager. Mrs. Frank Kirk, Rockwell, a member of the Royal Neighbors of America, was presented a gold 50-year pin. Mrs? Kirk joined in 1908 at Clarksvllle and later transferred to Dougherty. She is now a Mason City member. Decorations for the meeting followed a Valentine theme. The next public card party will be Feb. 19 in the CIO Hall with Mrs. Buirge in charge. Corn (on the Hoof) Unwanted Surplus ' - NEW'YORK (UPI)—For feet's sake, some corn facts: A corn is a mass of . dead, hardened skin, caused by con- slant rubbing. It's nature's way of protecting against friction. As rubbing continues, skin thickens, building up layers from the bottom. This mass eventually presses against nerves and blood vessels underneath. That is what hurts. The corn itself is not painful because it is "dead" skin. HAPPY MIXERS HONOR MRS. ROBERT HOLT • The Happy Mixers Club met at the home of Mrs. Charles Eppens, .1627 Wilson, S. W. to honor Mrs. Robert Holt on her birthday. Prizes for 500 went to Mrs. • Andrew Peterson, Mrs. Marvin Esser, Mrs. John Hingis and Mrs. Bailey. The next meeting will be Feb. 26 at the home of Mrs. Holt, 439 29th S. W. • North Iowa CARPET CLEANERS L.D. Rick JULY WEDDING PLANNED — -Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Fish, 634 Pennsylvania S. E. announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Jean to "Pfc. Ted II. Arndt Jr., son of Mr., and Mrs. Ted'H. Arndt RFD 2, Mason City. A July wedding is planned. Enid Robinson Will Address Kossuth Women ALGONA —. Kossuth County Club of the Iowa Council of Republican Women will meet Wednesday for a 1 p.m. luncheon at the Johnson House, Algona. Mrs. Enid Robinson, Hampton, will be the guest speaker. She will discuss her recent experiences as a member of the U.S. delegation to the International Conference .on Tariff and T r a d e (GATT) in Geneva, iwilzerland.' All interested women have been invited to allend. Reserva- ions for Ihe luncheon can be made with Mrs. Lillian Frcder- ickson, Burl. MEDICAL ASSISTANTS HEAR DR. J. R. UTNE The Mason City Association of Medical Assistants met at the Dinner Bell for their meeting Thursday night. Dr. J. Richard Ulne spoke on radio-active iso- opes. Mrs. Beverley Ben ton presided.-at the business meeting. ommittee reports were given and announcement was made of he state workshop in . Cedar Falls to be held in July. The next meeting will be March 12 vith Miss Margie juest speaker. ft 0 M ( N s « Cleaned fay Soft Sponges in the Home or Free Pickup SAVE MONEY Clean Before The OCO/ f\tt Spring .Rush.... ^/O.Utt Example: 9x12 Rug ...... 6.00 DIAL GA 3-6757 IDRESS SALE Now On just for the jr-hi crowd color-happy pair-ups for spring Silk-lopk cotton sk'rris have builf-in tleevebJotfse matches r / Sizes 8 to 14 First In Fashion Recipe ^OF THE DAY By CECILY BROWNSTONE SUPPER FOR VALENTINE DAY Beets benefit from this nicely flavored sauce. Broiled Chicken Shoestring Potatoes Beets with Orange Sauce Salad Bowl Heart-Shaped Biscuits Valentine Cake Beverage BEETS WITH ORANGE SAUCE Ingredients: lean (1 Ib.) sliced beets, \'i cup strained orange juice, 1 tablespoon honey, 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, 1 teaspoon cornstarch, 1 teaspoon cold water, 1 to IVi teasoons grated orange rind. Method: Drain liquid from beets and refrigerate for some other use. Heat orange juico, honey and butler in a IVfe-quart saucepan. Mix cornstarch and cold, water until smooth and add; cook and stir constantly until slightly thickened and clear. Add sliced beets; gently reheat in sauce, turning over Ihe beels a few times. Stir in grated orange rind. Makes 4 servings. ORGANIZATION OF LUTHERAN MARY- UNIT The Mary Unit of the Augiis- lana Lutheran Church Women of the ImmanueI'Lulhcran Church was organized at the home of Mrs. - Peter Nielsen, 317 21st S.E.,-wilh Mrs. A. E. Bodell as assisting hostess. Mrs.'Roy W. Myers, president of the ALCW, presided. The Mary Unit will meet monthly in the afternoons. Mrs. Charles J. Olson was elected leader and Mrs. E. Dale Sutton, recorder. March hostesses will be Mrs. Max Peter sen and Mrs. Emil Hawkinson. Wilhelmina Writes Her Memoirs By ROBERT PFAFF United Press International AMSTERDAM, The Nether lands (UP1)—Royalty-conscious Europe is eagerly awaiting pub lication of memoirs of Holland's Princess Wilhclmiaa, the 78 year-old ex-monarch \v hose reign included two World wars. Wilhelmina, mother of 49- year-old Queen Juliana, is the first member of the centuries- old royal house of Orange- Nassau to publish such a book. SHE ASCENDED the throne as a handsome young woman of 18, in August, 18'lS. The Spanish- American War had .Hist ended. Russia was still ruled hy.thc Czar and Germany by the Kaiser. Fifty years later, she turned over ihc throne to Juliana,.the only child of her marriage to the late Prince Henry of Mecklenburg. Wilhelmina's memoirs, "Lonely But Not Alone," will cover 450 pages, including some 50 pictures. Twelve pictures will be of her own paintings and drawings. THE BOOK TO BE published at the end of January, will be dedicator to her ancestor, William the Silent, and to Queen Juliana. Proceeds will go to a charity not yet named, and, judging from advance orders from book stores, they will be high. .Requests already have been received for translation rights into several languages. Wilhclmina's country came through the World War 1 in safely and neutrality. BUT THINGS were darke during World War 11, when lh Germans over - ran Hollam within five days. In 1940 Wil iielmina had to flee to England Whenever a resistance agen managed to reach England, h ivas immediately received b lis Queen. Wilhelmina earne .he title, "Mother of the Falh erland," a name patterned afte : 'fathcr of the fatherland," b. A'hich her distant ancestor Prince William, (the Silent) o Orange, founder of the Dutcl itate, was known. WILHELMINA worked on he memoirs for several years, writ ng the story carefully in hei neat longhand, correcting proofs, selecting illustrations and deciding typography. "She insists on doing every thing herself," a palace sourc said. One thing the Prinness did no ;ivc up during her writing pe iod was her summer practice of taking daily outings in the Hiict and beautiful parks and voods of "Het Loo," her coun ,ry home near Apeldoorn in Sast Holland. DURING GOOD summer we« her she can be seen walking vilh one or two members o icr household and "Blackie," a pet dog of uncertain ancestry. The palace at Het Loo Stands TO WED MARCH 7—Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Ingle of Alexander announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their (laughter, Sus'ui Jean, to Wayne Paslour. son of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Paslour of Bclmond. Miss Ingle is a clerical employe of the Belmond First Slate Bank and -Mr. Piis- lonr is employed at Bclmond's Mac's Feeder Supply. Tho ceremony will be performed at Dows March 7 in the First Methodist Church. fashion crest is on navy— favored for spring by the soda sef 17 95 Three pocket classic ?n Stevens all wool basket v/eave... *martly accented with crest and burnished brass buttons, i Sizes 7 to 14 14« near remnants of a Mcdicva eastlo built by Stallholder Wil Hem Hi, later King of England THE PRINCESS and he household don't occupy all lh rooms. Also living there arc some Dutch refugees from In donesia, and a nearby Villa i occupied by refugees of the 105i Hungarian Revolution. In "Lange Voorhout," her owi mansion at The Hague, Wil hclmina spends (he whiter. Ii Spring and Fall she sometime slays a I "dc Ruigenhock," a sc eluded country house in lh dunes on Ihc North Sea coas near The Hague. The princess lives simply, anc forsakes luxuries and roya splendor. She dresses in Iwt'ecl and comfortable shoes. SHE IS SPENDING this win tcr al "Langc Voorhout," a usual, but spent Christmas a "Hel Loo" with Queen Julian and her husband Prince Bern hard, their four daughters—th Princesses ' Beatrix, 20, Irene 19, Margaret, 15, and Marijkc 11—and Ihe entire slaff of lh Queen's household. When Wilhelmina abdicated i favor of her daughter in 1948 she indicated she would disaap pear into the background. Sh has held to that decision, am appears in public infrequently OCCASIONALLY, she offici ates at the dedication of sucl monuments as the Memorial I the Dutch Defenders of Hotter dam, which fell under a bomb ing'attack'by (ho Luftwaffe ii 19'JO. WilliehninH's health is good although she was gravely il from 'influenza about a yeai ago. Palace sources point lo h'ci hard work on her memoirs to show that she has fully recovered from that illness. Insurance Assn. Re-Elects Officers at Annual Meeting IOWA FALLS — Officers of .he Farmers Mutual Insurance Association of Hardin and Tranklin counties were re-elected Thursday at the annual meet- ng at the Legion Hall here. They are Wilce Ward, Iowa Falls, president; V. E. Peterson, Hampton, vice president; R. R. Van Patter, Iowa Falls, secretary-manager, 0. H. Pcg- ow, Alclcn, treasurer. Four directors were re-elected 'or three years. They include J. L. Ruby, Williams; Elmer Olson, Alden, Peterson, Pcglow. Otis Thompson, Iowa Falls, was named auditor for Ihree years; •farold Faust, Hubbard, alter hate auditor. The total risks in force amount o approximately ' $43,500,000. This is an increase o£ about $2 million during the year. Losses duringj.he year were about $45,000. SOUTHERN VACATION GREENE—Mr. and Mrs. Har•y Green :iml Dr. and Mrs. Wiliam Andrews have left for a vacation trip in Florida. They plan to visit Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Green arc going to Nas, Bahama Islands, where hey will visit Bishop Hagarty. They will rejoin the Andrews or a trip down the Keys. Fry French toast in bacon drippings, then serve with crisp sacon and maple syrup or honey. Friday Only 6:00 To ?:00 P. M. Walleyed Pike French Fried Shrimp Fisherman's Platter $1.00 Flame Room 1341 North Federal DATE SET — Mr. and Mrs. George Berg of Hake announce the engagement of their daughter, Va Loris, tn Donald Olson, .son of Mr. ;snd Mrs. J. R. Olson of Uricclyu. Minn. The wedding will take place l r cb. 21 ;il the South Blue Karllt Church n e a r Bricolyn. Summer Screen Repair Time Here NEW YORK (UP1) — Winter is a good time lo chock and repair summer screens. Aluminum, copper and brass screens do not rust in Urn usual sense, but (hey do corrode. The result, when it rains, can be an ugly downwash from the metal, staining woodwork below. Special scrcon enamels give Ihc wire a strong, rusl-rcsislanl coaling. They are easily applied and will nol clog the mesh. MEETING'HELD BY ST. SUZANNA CIRCLE St. Suxanna Circle of St. .lo- Kcph'.s Church held its meeting Thursday in (he church hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Leo Cimijotti, Nancy Wincman and Mrs. Waller Aschc. Door pri/.c went lo Mrs. Mabel Prolhcro. An- olhcr prize went lo Mrs. Lylo Moorchcad. Refreshments wove served at the close of the meeting. Delicious tasting and attractive garnish for pork chops or roast pork: spiced crabapples or apricots with sprigs of parsley. TO WED IN APRIL—Mr. and Mrs. llniik Schmidt of Nashua announce the engagement, and approaching m.-irriiifio of their daughter, (Mara, lo Robert I). LiiuLslcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lindslcy, Nashua. Miss Schmidt is a graduate of Nashua High School and Is cm- ployed at Dr. Salsliury's in Cliarlps City. Mr. is a graduiile of Nashua High Si-hoof, served two years in tho Armed Forces, with one year in Alaska, llo is employed at Ihe Oliver Corp., in Charles City. The. wedding will bo April JH at Ihe First Methodist Church in Nashua. Feb. 13, 1»5f ,- P«»« J Globr-Gaitrte, Mai«n City, !•'. Future Teachers Plan Banquet VENTURA—At (lie February meeting of fhc County Future Teachers of America plans were made foi« Ihc Ccrro Gordo County spring FTA banquet. Vcnlura \vill ho hostesses for (he banquet and will ha in charge of (he dale, times and menu. St. Joseph High School will luivc charge "nf the speaker; Mason City, (he entertain- nicnl.. Clear Lake and Plymouth will lake care of the decorations. Each club is to submit names of two members for election as county officers. STORE THE HOSE Do not forget to protect.-your garden hose during the winter months. If it is placed in a bushel basket it can be covered and easily moved from place to place. Docfs Tq/ce Prizes at \ Jefferson Approximately 300 persons attended the annual Jefferson Dad-Daughter Date Night Thursday evening. The Rev. Alfred Malone was master of ceremonies. Tho program started with a presentation of colors by Troops li'l and :)0i or the sixth grade. Each troop took part in stunts with the dads. • Award., went to: Russell Miller, for (he most cents and sense; Jack Brimcr, loudest socks; Gone Ellridge, loudest jlio; Bill K" r a u so curliest hair, Charles Sharp, shiniest shoes; Roger Suby, smallest feel; Don Allen, shortest dad; Gem-go Piersoa, tallest clad; Lyle Ciap.siiddlc, loudest shirt; L. I 1 ]. Tooln Jr., the most gold teeth and Mr. Malnne, the best master of ceremonies. BPW Women Will Attend Meeting in Des Moines EAGLE GROVE — Miss Mildred Mcllwaine, state public affairs chairman of the Iowa Business and Professional Wom- c.ns Clubs, will attend the winter board meeting of the clubfl- in Des Moincs Satin-day and Sunday. She, will he joined in DCS Moines by Mrs. Blanche Buckingham, president of tho local club, who will also attend (he meeting. Mrs. Buckingham is just returning from a two- week vacation spent in San Anlonio, Texas with her son and family. MRS. ROBERT ABBOTT HONORED BY CIRCLE The Mary Marlha Circle of Ilic E. U.-B. Church honored Mrs. Robert Abbott with a gift at the meeting Thursday. Mrs. Abbott is moving to Savanah, Ga, Mrs. George Sehccf was hostess with Mrs. Walter Bohh- saclc giving the lesson. The March meeting will be with Mrs. Charles Thrums. Q: ¥' Q D 0 \ 0 Send a'blossoming token of affection or remembrance to your loved ones. Whether you choose a potted plant or a lovely corsage ... to go just around the corner, or half around the world, we'll see to it that it's delivered ... on time! Johnston's WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS GA 4-244* WE WILL DELIVER ON VALENTINE'S DAY AT NO EXTRA CHARGE

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