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January 12, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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6 Wednesday, Jan. U, 1M MASON CUT GLOBE-GAZETTE : Inspection \ of Meat Is ! Talk Topic i Nomination of Wa-Tan-Ye club officers will be held at the nex f meeting of the club, Wednesday evening, Jan. 19, it was an- f nounced at the Tuesday noon luncheon at the Hotel Hanford i Miss Mildred Kuhlemeier intro- j duced. Dr. Samuel F. Griesemer * government meat inspector for the past 30 years who talked on i bis work, pointing out that the i history of his profession began i! when man first realized that ^ there ; is;a direct connection be\ tween animal and man. He said i that the iirst U. S. meat inspec- 3 tion laws were passed in 1889 and . that they are the standard of the j present day meat inspection laws. 1 In referring to the tests, Doc^ tor Griesemer said, "We have a ; laboratory control of the product j as well as of ingredients that go =1 m the product. These are tested ~ periodically through laboratory i analysis. We have 5 laboratories * that deal in this analysis and we have 6 pathological laboratories m different parts of the United States. The packer does not pay anything for inspection--the consumer pays the bill. While the · government is spending considerable money, we too are spending considerable money: In Mason City our payroll amounts to about 52,500 every 2 weeks. Most of our men live in Mason City." "Miss Olive Larson, president, made an appeal for phonograph records, games, ash trays, magazines, cross word puzzles, books etc., to be sent to the U -S o' center at the Great Lakes where a_ former Mason City Wa-Tan-Ye member, Miss Ellen Smith,' is employed by the American Red -Cross. These articles are to be brought to the Vance Music Store and especially to be brought by. members to the next meeting of the club. Mrs. Helen Shipley was a guest at the meeting. Buy War Savlnjs Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. \ NewJ3fficers Elected at Annual Meeting of Girl Scouts Soldier in Italy MTM llo,,,lTM * *J_^V* ' ,'· · . · - . · · · · · * · · . . . .5 *J*** UVJJIUS Soldier in Italy Wed by Proxy to West Union Bride West Union--Miss Grace Abel and Lt. Allen G. Ballard, both of West Union, were wed Sunday afternoon by proxy, the bridegroom being with the armed forces in Italy. The- unusual marriage service was held at 2:30 p. m. in Bethel Presbyterian church, the Rev. G W. Ukena, officiating. Proxy for the bridegroom was Carroll W. CJrimes. Witnesses were Miss Barbara Kamm and Donald Stoessel both of West Union. The bridegroom's parents Mr and Mrs. E. H. Ballard of West Union, and Mrs. Carroll W Grimes were present. The bride is cashier for the electric power company. Miler-Vaala Vows Spoken at Chapel New Hampton--Miss Ethel Mae vaala and Lt. Lee M. Miller were married at the post chapel at Salt Lake City on Dec. 29 by Chaplain John H. Canning. Attendants were Lt. and Mrs. E. R. Miller of Great "alls, Mont. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs. Andrew Vaala o£ Lawler md was graduated from the New lampton high school and Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. . The bridegroom is a son of A L. Miller of New Hampton and a [raduate of high school here. Be- ore joining the air force in April 942, Lt. Miller was the managing »rtner of the New Hampton Im- ilement company. . Mrs. Hawkins Is Chosen as Commissioner Officers were elected at the annual meeting of the Girl Scouts Tuesday evening at the P. G. E. auditorium with 100 present for the session. The report of the nominating committee was presented by Mrs. f - W. Osmundson and those elected include Mrs. L. G. Hawkins, commissioner; Mrs. Milligan, 1st deputy; Mrs. w. a Casey 2nd deputy; Mrs. Osmundson, finance; Mrs. W. D. Thrams program; Mrs. Earl Sheka, secretary; Mrs. C. O. Klath, camp; Mrs. Ray E. Pauley, public relations; Mrs. M. L. Tracy, training and personnel; Mrs. A C Frisk treasurer. ' ' Mrs. Lester Milligan, retiring commissioner, presided during the session which was opened with the presentation of the colors a group of songs, "Girl Scouts Together," "The Ash Grove" and America the Beautiful," by the Girl Scout chorus, led by Mrs H C. Pendergraft, accompanied by JanseUe Sheka. Hev. .Georee n. Marsh Lester W. B MONROE-WASHINGTON SESSION PLANNED Monroe-Washington P. T A . oard met at the home of Mrs larvey Adams, 924 Madison N V., Tuesday to plan for the meet- ng which will be Thursday at he school. Dr. T. E. Davidson will peak on "Health for Democracy's Children." Refreshments w e r e erved. January Clearance of Linoleums and Rugs , .7--- ---·· v -rajise vj. ars talked on scouting and a symposium ."We Are the Girls," was given by a group of Scouts including Dorothy Gasswint,' Barbara Sberal, Catherine Tyler Janice Lampe, Kay Jordan and Kalhope Pappas. Mrs. W. D. Thrams presented a summary of the committee reports, pointing put that "It is with a feeling of pride that we review the work of the S standing committees of the Mason City Girl Scout Council for 1943." Mrs. Thrams spoke of the work * V^coramittees and emphasized that they had the full co-operation of many volunteers including leaders, troop consultants and parents who have shown an active interest in scouting Mrs. Thrams reviewed the work of the various chairmen and said that Mrs. Casey as camp chairman reports a successful year in. which 135 girls attended camp for a week at Clear Lake, 102 took m weekend camp made pos- by the cookie sale and 155 girls attended the stay-at-home e °-°Peration with budget and a Long Wearing, Easy to Clean CHOICE OF COLORS Nationally famous armor-wall quality! Strong baked enamel surface in beautiful pastel marbleized patterns. Easy to clean--just wipe with a damp cloth. Ideal for children's rooms, kitchen, bathrooms, etc. the Y. W. C. A. An increased BCU ollu a cookie sale bringing in $31515 were m the report of Mrs. R. o Storyick, finance chairman. Mrs. J? r f ra£t ' for public relations, reported appreciation for a year of co-operation with the Globe- Gazette and KGLO and listed the booth at the North Iowa fair decorated store windows and a film shown at local theaters among' the years activities. _ For Mrs. Don FitzGerald, training and personnel, Mrs. Thrams spoke of the emphasis on individual training through troop visits and conferences with training also being given at leader's meetings and said that a big job "J , 194 , 4 '? 'n convincing women that leading of youth is important. In Mrs. Charles Gasswint's re- P° rt J 15 Program chairman, the tiirl Scout service in' grease salvage, scrap drives, making of toys, scrapbooks, favors for hospitals and tree planting were listed as well as the learning of homemaking skills to . release adults for other jobs. Girls also took up the study of South America and spent time out of doors At the close of the evening, re- ireshments were served with Mrs. Charles Gasswint and Mrs. N C btam in charge. Table decorations earned out a patriotic theme. --o-JEFFERSON PAHENT GROUP HAS MEETING Jefferson P a r e n t Education poup members attended the lecture by Prof. Floyd W. Reeves of the University of Chicago Tuesday evening at the high school and then went to the home of Mrs Earl Taylor, 324 Vermont S. E tor a business session. It was announced that they would be guests of the Garfield Parent Education group Monday, Feb. 14, at Gar- Jield school. Lunch was served by Mrs. Taylor, assisted by Mrs. W. D. Kehm and Mrs. John O'Hourke. MRS. A. C. FRISK New members of the Girl Scout council elected at the annual meeting Tuesday evening at the P. G. Cr E. audftoriurn are Mrs. A. C. Frisk, treasurer; Mrs. M. L. Tracy, training and personnel; Mrs. Ray E. Pauley, public relations; Mrs. C. O. Klath, camp. Mrs. L. G. Hawkins, who has been treasurer, was elected commissioner. (Photos of Mrs Frisk and Mrs. Klath by Lock; Photos of Mrs. Pauley and Mrs. Tracy by Frank Free.) Sheffield--Miss Norms Timmerman returned (o Washington, D C., Monday after spending the past month with her parents, Mr and Mrs. H. O. Timmerman. MRS. M. L. TRACY; SECOND FLOOR RUG DEPARTMENT J E A S Y PAYMENT PLAN "Sears Stores Have Poste* or Marked Celling rl Constance With Government Reflations i. CHARM IN HER HAIRDO HOLLYWOOD PERMANENTS Spiral Croqwignole or Combination Other Waves $S.75, |*.75, J5.75 *2 7S O*«r Krewe Drtter Store Mrs. C. W. Corby was installed as worthy matron of Unity Chapter No. 58, Order of the Eastern Star and R. J. McEwen, -worthy patron, at a closed installation ceremony conducted Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple. Mrs. Artie Paxton was installed as associate matron; R. B. Gray associate patron; Mrs. E. j' Hughes, secretary; Miss Marie Fuller, treasurer; Mrs. Gray, conductress, and Mrs. E. J. Koser associate conductress. Mrs. McEwen was installed as chaplain; Mrs. E. C. Fatland, marshal; Mrs. Nate Wood, organist; Mrs, Verne Mettler, Adah; ,Mrs! Maynard Wolter, Ruth; Mrs. E ?' J? 8 .^. 1 ? 811 ' Est her; Mrs. Naomi J. DeWilde, Martha; Miss Ruth Clapper, Electa; Mrs. T. J. Kittleson, warder; and Fred J. Riley sentinel. Mrs. Fred W. Vorhies, marshal, presented the installing officers and their escorts; Mrs. J. C Dickinson, installing worthy matron, ' C. E. Bryant, escort; Mrs. Al Lenz past grand matron and installin marshal, Mrs. Lenz, escort; Mrs R. C. Patrick, installing chaplain F. E. Wells, escort. Mrs. John Balfanz welcome) the installing officers into th chapter. Before the installation ceremonies, Mrs. Lenz was pro sented and past matrons and pa Irons were introduced and we! corned. Mrs. L. H. Holmes, mothe advisor of Rainbow for Girls, ant Nate Wood Rainbow dad, \ver welcomed. Miss Lurana Warner, retiring worthy matron, gave a farewel address thanking all for then co-operation throughout the year Mrs. Roger Kirk sang "Star of the East." Miss Warner was presented a gift from her officers b Mrs. Corby. After the installing ceremonies Mrs. Paxton presented gifts from officers to Mrs. Corby and Mrs Corby received a gavel from Miss Warner and a basket ot roses from Unity chapter, presented by Mrs Walter Lcitner. Mrs. Kirk sang "If I Have Wounded Any Soul Today Dear Lord Forgive." Mrs. Corby MRS. C. W. CORBY --Russell Photo presented roses to her officers and Miss Warner, gifts to the installing officers. Mrs. Mark Harpster presented roses to Mrs. Paxton from the chapter. Mr. McEwen, Mr. Gray and Mr. Riley received roses from their wives. C. C. Halphied presented a past matron's jewel to Miss Warner from the chapter. Mrs. Corby named her committees to include Miss Alice Rehn, Ed Koser and Mrs. J. N. Cutler, finance; Mr. Cutler, Mrs. W D Nettleion and Mrs. H. B. Major relief; Mrs. T. M. Hilton and Mr. and Mrs. McEwen, proficiency; Mrs. Hazel McCollough, A. R. Lenz and Miss Warner, educational. Mrs. Paxton, Mr..Halphide, Mrs. Leona Schmaehl and C. E. Bryant were named to the committee to examine visitors; Mrs. Joseph Mo- iravec, flowers; Mrs. Leitner, visiting chairman; Mmes. Kirk, Mark Harpster, C. H. Carlson, Carl W. Haase and M. A. Ruffridge, music. Mrs. Clarence Loomer was named dining room chairman; Mrs. J. D, Morris and Mrs. H. C. Arvidson, table decorations; Mrs. C. E. Bryant, Mrs. Robert Mc- Clmtocfc and Miss Nina Wheeler, linen and silver; Mrs. Fred J. Riley, Mrs. George Van Every and Mrs. J. H. Woolworth, dishes, and Mrs. Betty Stephens, register of members and visitors and birthday book. Ventura--Mrs. A. H. Higley returned Friday from a 7 weeks' visit with her daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Harding m Seattle and her brother and family at Snohomish, Wash. Prenuptial Parties Given to Compliment Miss Ruth Ann Irons Two parties were given Tuesday complimenting Miss Ruth Ann Irons who is to become the bride of Ensign Samuel K. Lane Saturday afternoon at the First Congregational church. Mrs. Donald Harrer entertained at a miscellaneous shower and a tea Tuesday afternoon at her home, 320 1st S. E. A pink and turquoise color scheme was carried out in the decorations, the tea table centerpiece being an arrangement of flowers and figurines depicting a bridal scene Miss Alice Ann Moore of Albuquerque. N. Mex., was an out of town guest. Miss Irons was honored at a buffet supper and handkerchief snower Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. H. L. Campbell, 234 9th N. W. During the evening, the guests wrote to Mrs Campbell's daughter, Mrs. Howard Clark, formerly Dorothy Campbell. Recipes were written for the bride-elect and a quiz conducted with the prize going to Miss Jerry James. GOLDEN WEDDING MARKED BY PAIR Emmetsburc _ Mr' and Mrs. Thomas Lawman of Rodman celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Jan. 1. More than 100 riends and relatives attended the open house held in their honor. The couple has 10 children, Mrs 'earl Barber of Bode; Mrs. Laura Walker. Blue Earth, Minn.; John of Rolfe; Mrs. Violet Grogner Jes Moines; Mrs. Eva Black Roelyn. and Cpl. Chester. All the children were present with the exception of Cpl. Lawman who is not in this country, and Mrs. Grog- ner of Des Moines. The couple has a grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Orville S. Johnson Weds Marie V. Allen Announcement is made of the marriage of Pvt. Orville S Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Johnson, 503 Washington S W., to Miss Marie Violet Allen of Sharon, Pa. Private Johnson is stationed at Camp Reynolds Greenville, Pa. He entered service m June, 1943, and took his first training at Camp Barkeley Texas He is in the medical corps. · ' ST. DOROTHY'S CIRCLE MEETS _ St. Dorothy's circle held its first meeting of the year Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ray Donnelly, 633 Maryland S. E with 13 members -and 3 guests present. Mrs. J. W. Arentsen was elected leader and Mrs. Louis Skopec, secretary. Following the business session, a social hour was held and refreshments served -I no next meeting will be Feb a Swanson - TM MISERIES OP JabysCold Ft !·· i * Believed As Now... here's wonderful home- proved medication that works 2 "»» «*·«· to relieve distress of child's cold-*ra *kU* ttm ttemt Just rub throat, chest M tack with Vlcks VapoRub at bedtime, tetart* VapoRub starts to relieve coughing spasms ease muscular soreness or tightness, and invite restful, comforting sleep. Often by morning, most of the misery Is gone ' Miss Rosemond Venn Weds Selmer Honstad Rake--Miss Rosemond Venn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iver B Venn of Blue Earth, Minn., and Selmer Hontsad, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Honstad of Hake were married Dec. 31 at the parsonage m Fairmont, Minn., by the Rev. O. M. Zemke. Mr and Mrs. Reiner Johnson of Lakota, sister and brother-in-law of the bridegroom, were the attendants. The bride is a graduate of the Blue Earth high school and the bridegroom attended the Rake schools. The couple will make its home on a farm south of Elmore. Play Given by Children forP.T.A. Sixth graders of Grant school presented a play at the meeting of the Grant P. T. A. Tuesday afternoon at the school. The play "The Light Went Out," was directed by Mrs. Gladys Crosen, teacher. ' Phyllis Zemanek and Pauline Soumas played a violin duet, accompanied by Miss Marjorie farmth. Miss Lucille Lawler and .Miss Lula Pearce conducted a discussion of the 4th war loan drive. Henry Pendergraft talked on cub scouting and appointed Mrs. Bruce Clark and Mrs. David Vigdahl to a committee in charge of cub scouting. The penny march was held and lunch was served by the 1st grade teachers. Miss Pearce and Miss Catherine Carr, assisted by the 1st grade mothers. Mrs. Joe Walsh was kitchen chairman. --o-2 Luveme Couples Have Anniversaries Inverne--Mr. and Mrs. I. H Benedict and Mr. and Mrs F I Chapman wil Icelebrate their gold-" en wedding anniversary Jan. 16 at the Community hall. Open house from 2 to o o'clock. No formal invitations have been issued. Mrs. Phalen New Regent for C. D. A. Mrs. Tim Phalen, vice grand regent of the Catholic Daughters of America, was elected grand regent to succeed Mrs. Harold Wasley who is-moving to Waverly at the meeting of the C. D. A. Tuesday evening at the Moose ball. Mrs. W. J. Quinn, a trustee, was named vice grand regent and Mrs Leon Kramer was elected trustee. It was voted to sponsor a dance m February and Mrs. Jake Douglas, Mrs. Ralph McCarron and Mrs. Erdix Swilt, Jr., were appointed to the committee in charge. Plans were made for initiating a class of candidates on April 11 and Mrs. Preston McGrath and Miss Mabel Vier were named cochairmen of one team and Mrs Swift and Mrs. Natalie Strong of the other to compete in the membership drive. The losing team will entertain the winners at the close of the drive. A social hour followed the business session with Mrs. James Boyle, Mrs. Elmer Tanner, Mrs Eunice Krueger and Miss Vier in charge. Bridge was played with prizes going to Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Phalen. The next meeting will be Feb 15 with Mrs. Mae Conrey as chairman, assisted by Mmes. N. P. Van Maren, Mary Tracy, Rose Gearhart, Mary Kramer and Gertrude Johnson. --o-- · ; Auxiliary Officers Are Entertained Officers of Ladies Encampment auxiliary were entertained by Mrs. Foster Elliott, chief ma- riarch, in the I. O. O. F. parlors Tuesday evening. Court whist was played with prizes going to Mrs. Ira Finch and Mrs. Frank Brose. Refreshments vere served by Mrs. Elliott at ables lighted with candles. Favors were given each officer and Mrs. Chauncey Vial! pre- ented a gift to Mrs. Elliott from he officers. 'Round the clock wear - - found in like this dresses We Offer Outstanding Values' in Dresses of: · CREPE · WOOL · JERSEY at $£.00 "See Yon TomorrowTM W E O F F E R M A N Y UNUSUAL V A L U E S IN D I A M O N D RINGS BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Earl W. Maves, 214 13th V E., Mrs. Gordon Billiet, and on, Bobbie, 1407 Hampshire N are spending a month with Ir. and Mrs. F. A. McCole Champaign, 111., and with Mr. and Irs. G. E. Folsom of Quincy 111 Irs. McCole and Mrs. G. E Fol- om are sisters of Mrs Waves and unts of Mrs. Billiet. Miss Alice Ann Moore has ar- ivcd from Albuquerque, N Mex vhere she is director of foods for he University of Mexico, to visit er parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. 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