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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1944
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8 Thunda, Jan. C, 1MI MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Recruiting Team Back for WACs A special traveling Army Air Force team will be in Mason City from Jan. 9 to Jan. 15 to interview and classify recruits for Air- WAC specified job assignment and duty in the air forces. The team will headquarter at the Federal building. · The opportunities for specialized army training for jobs in the air forces as Air-WACs will be fully presented to all women interested in the corps and to persons recommended and selected by the local civilian committee. WACs are needed for approximately 150 jobs at the many bases of the air forces to work in offices, hangars, control towers, radio operating and many other such occupations. Iowa women are today serving at air bases in England, Africa and Italy doing technical and administrative work. The demand for more trained personnel of every type has become intensified and the need for WACs-has become immediate.' · ' ; Enlistment in the WAC is open :ti women citizens in good health between the ages of 20 through 49, without dependents or children under age 14. . Also in lieu .of the air corps program, any women preferring duty .with the army service forces, may so elect, and if qualified will be recommended for specific job assignment within'the'area of the service command iir which enlisted. For instance, Iowa women under this program could serve in one of the following states Colorado, Missouri, Minnesota Nebraska, Kansas, North Dakota South Dakota, Wyoming and Iowa Allison Couple Weds at Silver Creek, ID. Allison--Announcement is'made of the marriage of Mrs. Fannie St. John, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Berends of Allison, to Andrew Boelman, performed Dec". 28 at the Reformed church parsonage · - - 3 It's Everybody's Orchestra at Central Heights School! NAVY BAKER --June Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cox, route 2, Mason City, was a member of the 1st class of bakers in the WAVES to be graduated from the cook and baker's school. .'She is stationed at'the U. S. N. training station in the Bronx, N. Y. She entered the WAVES in June and took her indoctrination at Hunter college. , TO WAVE CAREER--Donna Belle Conroy, who has been employed at the Surf ballroom at Clear Lake, has left for New York City to begin her indoctrination in the WAVES. Mrs. Conroy is the wife of Pfc. Walter R. Conroy who is stationed with the U. S. army in Alaska. ENTERS SERVICE--Lt. Eloise Rutledge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Rutledge, 16 14th S. E., has left for Camp Carson, Colo., to begin her duties in the army nurse corps. Lt. Rutledge was graduated from the Mercy hospital school of nursing in 1942. Golden Wedding Club To Hold Quarterly Meeting on Jan. 13 North Iowa Golden Wedding Jubilee club will have its next quarterly get together Thursday at 12 o'clock noon .at the Cerro Gordo hotel. All couples married and living together for 50 years or longer may attend the meeting whether or not they are members of the club. Kanawha Church Is JUMPER in Silver Creek, by the Rev. P..H. Achterman of Silver Creek. Attendants dens, cousin were Herman Did- of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Herman Diddens, both of Silver Creek. The couple will be at home after Jan. 1 on the bridegroom's farm southeast of Allison. HOLY FAMILY CIRCLE MEETS AT BALDWINS Holy Family circle 6 met at the home of Mrs. George Baldwin, 132 9th N. E., Wednesday evening. Mrs. John Dough'erty won high score prize in bridge arid during the business session, plans were made for a card party to be held Feb. 17 at the P. G. and E. auditorium. Refreshments were served. Del- Mrs 12 EAST STATE Scene of Wedding Kanawha--Miss Henrietta ger, daughter of Mr. and Kort K. Delger of Kanawha, anc Peter Eekhoff, son of the Rev and Mrs. Peter Eekhoff of Wei Bend, were married at the Kanawha Christian Reformed church Dec. 29, by the bridegroom's father, the Key. Peter Eekhoff. The bride was attended by Mis: Madeline Peterson of Des Moines and Miss Stella Eekhoff of High land, Ind., a sister of the bride groom. Mr. Eekhoffs attendant were Harold Assink- and William Schruer, both of Kanawha. Following the ceremony a re ception was held in the churc parlors at which about 50 rela tives were present. The bride was graduated from the Corwith high school and ha been employed in Des Moine The bridegroom was graduate from high school in Waterloo an has been engaged in farmini They will make their home o the farm of the bride's parent! 3 COUPLES GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses have been is sued by the clerk of the Cerr Gordo county district court' Franklin Benjamin Pitkin, 25, an Ruth Ann Miner, 20, both of Ma son City; J. W. Anderson, Jr., 3 Clear Lake, and Phyllis Felt, 2 Mason City, and to Marlyn K. MI Cumber, 24, Tomah, Wis., an Avis Vollrath, 21, Blue Earth. This Bridal Pair Are Guests of Parents Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Beckman have arrived from Oakland, Cal., where they were married Dec. 31 in the Cozy Church Around the Corner, the Rev. B. C. Ruggles, pastor, officiating. The bride, who was Eleanore Gaffri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz G. Gaffri. 916 llth N. E., before her marriage, wore a street length dress of aqua with gold trimming, black accessories and an orchid corsage for the ceremony. The couple was attended by Jeanette Wood and K. W. Ruggles. Snapdragons, chrysanthemums and candles adorned the chapel for the exchange of vows. There was a prelude of organ music. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Beckman, 231 4th N. W., has the rate of SoM 3/C in the U. S. naval reserve. After a visit with their parents here, he will return to his duties and the bride will remain in Mason City where she is employed as a long distance operator with the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. Delegates Are Named by D. A. R. Delegates to the Continental congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution were named at the meeting of the Mason City chapter of the D. A. R. Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. D. Nettleton, 510 Washington N. W. Mrs. Fred Heddens, vice regent, presided at the session which followed a 1 o'clock pot luck luncheon. Mrs. George Burmeisler, regent of the chapter, will be a delegate to the congress which is scheduled for April 17 in New York City, by virtue of her office. Mrs. Heddens was elected as her alternate. Mrs. Nettleton was named a delegate and Mrs. Ben Henry as her alternate. The state conference of the D. A. R. will be held in Des Moines Feb. 29 and March 1. Mrs. William Pouch, president general, and Mrs. E. Thomas Boyd, national D. A. H. chairman of national defense, will be the distinguished guests at the meeting. Mrs. H. E. Winter read a paper on "Indians of Iowa Yesterday and Today." The paper pointed out that the patriotic life of the Indians is outstanding and that many of them are in the armed forces or in defense plants. + SOCIAL + CALENDAR AT HOME IN KANSAS CITY--Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Edna Marie Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Wilson, 3943 Main street, Kansas City, Mo., to Paul J. Connor, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Connor, 604 Massachusetts S. E., per- formedjDee. 31 by the Rev. Father Joseph at St. Patrick's rectory. Mr.'and Mrs. Connor are making their home in Kansas City where they are employed. He is a graduate of St. Joseph high school, Mason City junior college and he attended the University of Iowa. He is now with the Kansas City Power and Light company. a particularly flattering version of a well-loved fashion, with its taper-slim lines and jaunty tab-buttoning at the" shoulders. Add the sparkle of a frosty blouse and it will do you from day-time to play-time. No. 2706 in size 16 requires 2 s .b yards 39-inch fabric for jumper; 1% yards 35-inch fabric for short sleeved blouse. Send 16 c 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 in your address. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. H elping the omemaker THURSDAY B. P. W. club-6:30, Hotel Hanford. Bethlehem Waltbcr league-Rosie Ficken. Women of the Moose-8, Moose hall. L. O. T. O-8, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY First Christian Women's council-12:30, church, business at 1:15. Red Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:15, surgical dressing room, 211 North Federal, room 219. Roosevelt junior high. First Methodist circle 13 (Jr. Service)-- 1:30. Mrs. R. L. Blank, 723 2nd S. W. L. U. G. A.-Mrs. Peter Jensen. Rainbow Mothers club-7:30. P. G. E. auditorium. Queen Rebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. Dorcas Sewing bee-1:30, Mrs. O. M. Engle, 2505 Jefferson S. W. Anniversary Date Is Mr. and Mrs. 'Lorenzo Long of Thornton announce the marriage o£ their daughter, Mildred Anna, to A. Norval Rcnner, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Renner of Clear Lake, performed at the bride's home north of Thornton with the Rev. H. Enser of the St. Paul Lutheran church officiating, Jan. 1, the 29th wedding anniversary of the bride's parents. Miss Thelma Renner, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor, and Ronald Long, brother of the bride, acted as bestman. The bride wore a tailored dressmaker suit of victory blue and her only jewelry was a ruby brooch, a gift of the bridegroom. She had a corsage of pink camellias, rosebuds and sweetpeas. The bridesmaid was attired in a wine colored velvet afternoon dress and her corsage was of rosebuds and sweetpeas. . . After the ceremony, a reception Swift, i L R R 1 E R / C L E A N E R / - F L R R 1 E R / L A t N D E R E R / "TRY OKR ECONOMICAL LAUNDRY SERVICE" PHONE 724 -- CLEAR LAKE, IOWA By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Meat Alternate For Dinner (Point-rationed items are starred) Mexican Carrots Browned Potatoes (Brushed with Fat and Baked) Enriched Bread Jellied Cranberry-Orange Salad Coffee Cake Coffee (Recipe Serves Four) Mexican Carrots 2 cups white sauce 3 cups diced cooked carrots 1/3 teaspoon salt % teaspoon paprika Vt teaspoon celery salt Speck garlic salt (optional) 2 hard-cooked eggs, diced *3 tablespoon grated cheese Mix together sauce, carrots, seasonings and eggs. Pour into greased shallow pan and sprinkle with cheese. Bake for 20 minutes in moderately hot oven. If preferred put this dish under the broiler for 10 minutes to brown the top. Jellied Cranberry-Orange Salad 1 package orange gelatin 1 cup boiling water 1/3 cup orange juice 1 tablespoon lemon juice \'s cup cranberry sauce or jelly 1/3 cup sliced oranges ] ,1 cup diced celery (optional) Speck salt Dissolve gelatin in water. Cool and let thicken a little in refrigerator. Add rest of ingredients and pour into shallow mold Chill until firm.' Cut in squares and serve on lettuce. Top with salad dressing or mayonnaise. "A "Yummy" Dessert Point-Rationed Items Are Starred Vegetable Timbales Creamed Broccoli Whole Wheat Bread Prune Jam Crisp Celery Pecan Pie Coffee (Recipes Serve 4) Pecan Pie 3 2 cup sugar 2 tablespoons flour !i teaspoon salt 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup dark corn syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla 2/3 cup pecans 1 unbaked pie shell {about 8 inches in diameter) Blend sugar with flour and salt. Add eggs, syrup, vanilla and pecans. Pour into the pie shell. Bake 10 minutes in moderately hot oven --two hundred. Lower heat to moderately slow--three hundred and bake 40 minutes. Serve, cu1 in small pieces. For extra flavor in pecans, toast them by heating 10 minutes in a moderately slow oven. LOYAL 10 CLUB HAS "MEETING Loyal 10 club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Har old Green, 408 5lh N. W., am after the business session, bridgi was played with prizes going ti Mrs. R. F. Werle, Airs. Lee Roberts I and Mrs. J. W. Johnson. Becker-Allen Vows Saio 1 at Northwood in Church Service Northivood -- The wedding of Miss Inez Allen of Des Moines, daughter of Mrs. Ara Allen of Northwood, and Yeoman 2nd class Wilbert G. Becker of Des Moines. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Becker of Sumner, was performed Jan. 2 at the Northwood Methodist church by the Rev. Donald H. Artman. The bride was attended by her aunt, Mrs. Dorothy Kester of Northwood. The bridegroom's attendant was his brother, Robert Becker of Sumner. Robert Allen of Des Moines, brother of the bride, gave his sister in marriage. Miss Elaine Satterlee of North- was iieiu. i"«= unues, uiuiu wii luna. a. INUKVAL. KENJNEli centered with a 3-tiered cake. Russell Photo Board of McKinley P. T. A. Has Session McKinley P. T. A. board met Wednesday afternoon at the school and reports were made on the bazar and on various committee L,ucile Gallion Is Wed to John Hoyt Manly -- Mr. and Mrs. William Gallion announce the marriage of heir daughter, Lucile, to Sgt. Colin J. Hoyt, son of Mrs. May wood played the nuptial music and accompanied Miss Clarice Husa who sang. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Refreshments were served by the Misses Bonnie Sharp of Des Moines, Janine McGill of LaPorte City and Mrs. Ingvnld Loberg of Northwood. nil high school classmates of the bride. The bride is a graduate of tho Northwood high school and the V. I. B. at Des Moines. She has een employed by the Iowa State oard of control since her gradu- tion. The bridegroom is a graduate f the Sumner high school and he A. I. B. at Des Moines. He vas employed in Des Moines be- ore his enlistment in the navy. He is stationed in the naval irocurement office at Des Moines vhere they will live. --o-OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING Chester--Mr. and Mrs. James Musel quietly observed their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. Only the immediate family were present ns Mrs. Musel is recovering from an attack of flu and is in a delicate condition. They were presented with gold rosaries. activities. Mrs. William Gump, Red Cross chairman, announced that McKinley members will work as a unit on Monday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 at the Red Cross surgical dressing rooms, and asked that as many as possible attend. The annual Red Cross meeting was announced for next Monday evening. Plans for the next P. T. A. meeting Wednesday afternoon a1 2:30 were discussed. Topic of the meeting will be "Invaders of Children's Lives." The 4th grade children will appear on the program and the serve. 4th grade mothers will Great Salt Lake in Utah is the shrunken remnant of a prehistorii one that was as large ns Lake Huron. at Grand Rapids, Minn. The couple attended by Mrs. Flora Wallace, sister o£ the bride- jroom, Kansas City, Mo., and Eric Hills trom of Jacobson, were married at the Church of God parsonage, with the Rev. M. O. Schuljer officiating. Mrs. Hoyt was graduated from the Manly high school. She has been employed at the Peoples Gas and Electric office in Mason City. The bridegroom worked in this vicinity before entering the service. He is stationed at Camp Berkeley, Texas, and the couple left immediately following the wedding. Mrs. Hoyt 'will live at Abilene, Texas, near where her husband is stationed. Cattle ranches vevy in size from 2,000 to 100,000 acres. Instruments, Players Are Being Sought Central Heights moms and dads don't have to just sit and listen to junior's first squacks on the flute. They play too--at least that's the plan of the Central Heights P. T. A. in organizing a school orchestra which will include not only the children, but their parents. The orchestra is being conducted by W. A. Storer and rehearsals are being held every Wednesday night at 7 o'clock at the school. Anyone who wishes to participate in this activity may, whether or not he has had any musical training. Instruction is given to beginners, adult and children, as well as to those who have had some experience in playing an instrument. The P. T. A. is also asking that persons who have instruments which are not in use now lend them to the orchestra. Those wbo wish to lend instruments may call Mrs. Steve Kowny, phone 3760. Any who want to attend the rehearsals, but do not care to play in the orchestra will also be ; welcome, a c c o r d i n g to Mrs. Kowny. --o-Service Women Plan Organization of Unit in Central Heights The Service Women of America will hold an organization meeting at the Central Heights school ^Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, according to Mrs. C. A. Rice, district president. The purpose is to present objectives and toi organize a unit in that neighborhood. Burcli- inal women have been invited to'v join in this unit. Miss L. Sorenson, principal of the Central Heights school, is co-operating in the program. --o-Railway to Honor Recruit to SPARS Miss Dorothy Rankin of Mason City, who has recently received her certified aviation flight 'log book and honored as the first SPAR to make a flight in a blimp, has another "first"--she's the first woman member of the Chicago and North Western Railway company family to enter the armed forces. As such, she will be the topic of the North Western "400". hour between 7:30 and 7:55 a'. m._ Monday over WMAQ. The story of her work in the SPARS will also be carried in the monthly magazine of the C. N. : W., "Timely Topics." --o-- CKOMN-DEXTEK AUXILIARY MEETS Croniri-Dexter auxiliary m e t Wednesday evening at the V. F. W. hall. It was announced that the department president will visit the auxiliary later in the year. The matter of purchasing a flag and bonds was discussed. The Veterans joined the auxiliary for a social hour and Mrs. Anna Morris and Mrs. Starr Parker served refreshments. Miseries ·fSieezy, SNIFFIY COLDS Put 3 »Mni«»Va-tro-noIupeach nostril. It (I) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes irritation^ (3) helps dear cold- clogged nose. Follow Kanawha --Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brack of Wichita, Kans., have been visiting in the home of their daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Dale and family. Mr. Brack concluded his visit and returned home, and Mrs. Brack will visit indefinitely with her daughter. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C Penney Co Phone 2272 America's Most Popular Coat Classic check on your wardrobe, then check with us for the opportunity to have the most beautiful, long wearing coats and suits you need and at great savings, too. One Group of Coats One Group of Suits 95 "SEE YOU TOMORROW" ^^*^^^

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