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10 Th«w4»y, Jan. 13, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Activities Are Planned byV.F.W.A. The membership obligation was given to Mrs. Stella Arbuckle, Mrs. Jacqueline Duncan, Mrs. Gayle Kuppinger, Miss Lavonne Mulert and Mrs. Alice Rush at the meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary meeting Wednesday evening at the V. F. W. hall. Announcement was made that the group will meet with Mrs. Will Clausen, 142 llth S. W., Wednesday, Jan. 26 for sewing. Mrs. R. J. Macket and Mrs. Minnie Schroeder were appointed to assist Mrs. Fern Shaver on the hospitality in service committee. The auxiliary voted to purchase · $74 war bond. Plans were made for a Washington birthday tea to ~be arranged by a committee including Mrs. Emma Duncan, Mrs. Maude McClellan, Mrs. Elmer Person, Mrs. Albert Snow, Mrs. Georgia Yuhouse and Mrs. F e r n Shaver. . Volunteers to assist at the Canteen for the week of Jan. 17 are Mrs. Iva Burgart, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Alice Hosteller, Mrs. Ralph Burner, Mrs. Person and Mrs. Snow. The next meeting will be held Feb. 9. Pattersons Observe Golden Anniversary of Wedding at Cresco Cresco--Mr.' and Mrs. W. C. Patterson of Cresco observed their golden wedding anniversary with open house Tuesday when nearly 200 friends called. The honored couple was remembered with gifts. Wilbur C. Patterson, son of the late-Mr. and Mrs. William H. Patterson, and Miss Grace AUe- man, daughter of the .late Mr. and Mrs. Henry W, Alleman, all of Cresco, were married Jan. 11, 1894 in Chicago by the Rev. Mr Martin, pastor of the LaSalle Avenue Methodist church. They are the parents of 7 children; 6 of whom are' still living: Henry Patterson of Portland Ore.; Miss Ruth Patterson a1 home; Miss Grace Patterson of Chicago; John Patterson of New York City, N. Y.; Helen, deceased; Miss Florence Patterson of Chicago; and Miss Catherine Patterson of Oshkosh, Wis. There are also 2 grandsons, James and William, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson of Portland, Ore. Mr. Patterson was deputy and later postmaster in the Cresco postoffice for a continuous term of 38 years, from July 1, 1B97, to July 1, 1935, and is now retired. ·. CENTRAL HEIGHTS CLUB ENTERTAINED Central Heights club met Wednesday with Mrs. Glen Davis. Mrs. P. Hinkle and Mrs. M. Wise won prizes. The next meeting will be with Mrs. George Williamson Feb. 9. : BLONG-HAYEK Spillville--T h e marriage of Marcella Hayek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hayek, and Mark Blong, naval gunner 2nd class, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Carl Blong, was · performed by the Rev. J. P. Chehak at the St. Wenceslaus church They were attended by Marie Perry, Raymond Hayek, Germaine Schmitt and August Shindelar A reception was held at the bride's home for 70 guests. Bar War Savings Bonds and Stamps from jour Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Activities of Army Camp and Hospital Council Reported TO BE BRIDE--Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Meyer of Coeur de Aliene, Idaho, formerly of Rockwell, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marian, to Sgt. Charles. J. Heaford, son of Charles Heaford of Rockwell. The wedding will take place Jan. 14. Sgt. Heaford is stationed at Fort Dix, N. J., and Miss Meyer is employed as , anesthetist at the Mercy hospital. 2 lowans to Show Work at Exhibition of Oils, Sculpture Two I o w a artists, Russell Cowles of Algona and William Palmer of Des Moines have been invited to show 'their work at the current 139th annual exhibition of oils and sculpture at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. · Selection of an artist's work for this exhibit constitutes one" of the nationally recognized honors of the profession, and establishes the artist in the first ranks of American painters and sculptors, as wel as making his work eligible for part of the $6,000 which the Pennsylvania Academy spends each year in purchases from this show for its permanent collection. This exhibition, the oldest national exhibition in the country and a direct descendant of Charles Willson Peale's fine arts show held in Independence Hall in 1795 annually attracts the best work ol artists from all parts of the country. This year, despite war-time transportation difficulties, artists from 31 states and Canada are exhibiting their "works 'at'the Pennsylvania Academy's 139th artnua show. . . W. C. T. U. Discusses Wartime Prohibition at Meeting at Liens The Woman's Christian Temperance Union met at the home o: Miss Minnie Lien, 113% North Federal, Wednesday afternoon Mrs. August Johnson led devotions choosing for her subject "The Christian Home." Each member gave a current events. Miss Lien read articles on the Lillian Stevens legislative fund Wartime prohibition is the special effort.^his year and the work is supported by this fund. . The next meeting will, be a Francis Willard tea at the home of Mrs. L. T. Hawkins, 109 Jefferson N. W., Feb. 9. Hefresh- .nients were served by the hostess furnishing j of Dayroom o Continue Cerro Gordo county's Red Cross, rmy camp and hospital commit-; ee's activities and future projects ·ere reported at the monthly leeting of the Central Iowa Red ross army .camp and hospital ouncil at Camp Dodge, which ·as attended by Mrs. Howard 'Leary, Cerro Gordo chairman, [rs. Fred Duffield, co-chairman, ilrs. Ralph Hay den and Mrs. E. i. Colburn of Clear Lake, members of the committee. After a lucheon in the cafeteria t Camp Dodge, the meeting was onducted in company B room nth Mrs. T. Henry Foster of Ot- urnwa presiding and Rufus Olson cting as executive secretary. Reports made by chairmen of ie various chapters described ac- vities at army and navy posts nd hospitals through the holiday eason. Outstanding was the Ce- er Falls chapter which spent 500 on its holiday activities for ie navy personnel stationed here. The Polk county chapter eported the gift of 2 pipe organs y the Des .Moines Business and professional Women's club to !amp Dodge, one for the commu- lity hall and one for the chapel. The Cerro Gordo chapter work f furnishing a day room for the adets at Drake had been held up ecause. of a change in the quar- ers of the cadets, but now it is to Droceed. According to Mrs. O'Leary, out- tanding needs for the room are a )ool table, ping pong table, radios, ·ecord players, lamps and other urnishings. Individuals or organ^- zations may contact Mrs. O'Leary f they have donations of small or arge amounts of money or furnishings suitable for use in a day room designed for use of the cadets in their leisure time. PREMIUM CRACKERS REMEMBER THIS SEAL...If. tin r*4 N*M*e»MAHw ··» of flumt *m*Ht, to cndwn aM e**W**. L**fc fer Hi ·AMI IT RMISC* · IUTIMU IISCIIT C«MMNT + SOCIAL + CALENDAR THURSDAY Grace Evangelical church supper 5 to 8, church. First Christian group 7-6, Mrs. Stanley Haynes, 7 10th N. W. Garfield P. T. A.--7:30, school. Baptist Y. W. A.-Mrs. F. L. Curtis, 724 Carolina N. E. Bundles for Britain-7:30, 814 Foresters building. Home Craft elnb-- 8, Manual'Arts building. Anchor -Encampment auxiliary-8,1. O. O. F. hall. R. N. A.-8, Moose hall. St. James Senior league-8, church parlors. Baptist D. O. A.-8, Mrs. Ruby Hodgins, 1102 Hampshire N. E. St. Susanna's circle-8, Mrs. Leo King, 203 26th S. W FRIDAY First Methodist W. S. C. S.-1, circle 1, Mrs. Ernest Wood 844 3rd S. E., circle 4, Mrs. J. A Sweet, 113 5th N. E., circle 10 Mrs. F. R. Currie, 416 Adams N. W.; 1:15, circle 2, Mrs. Ray Pauley, 83 River Heights, circli 3, Mrs. W. A. Cagle, 12 16th S E., circle 5, Mrs. W. J. Fagen- hart, 106 10th N. W. circle 6 Mrs. Ted Leaman, 902 15th N E., circle 7, Mrs. G. A. Boggie 715 Carolina N. E., circle 9, Mrs Ada Felt. 130 2nd N. W., circle 11, Mrs. John Miller, 320 Linden drive, circle 12,- Mrs. Ralph Tremaine, 410 9th N. W., circle 14 Mrs. L. D. Helm, 1222 Monroe N. W.; 1:30, circle 8, Mrs. Magnus Johnson, 1108 3rd S. W. Dorcas sewing bee-1:30, Our Saviour's church. First Christian Women's council-1:45, church. Baptist Johnson divisions-2, Mrs. Hazel Bartusek, 212 1 S. E. Wary and Martha circle-7:30, Our Saviour's church. Congregational Women's guild- Postponed to Jan. 21. ted Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:15, surgical dressings room, 211 North Federal; room 219, Roosevelt junior high; Presbyterian Women's association 2, parish house. Queen Rebekah circle-2, I. O. O. F. hall. Trinity Garfield circle- Postponed. Pleasant Ridge club- David Diercks. Joint Labor Legislative committee 7:30, Labor hall. St. James Junior league-7:30, 209 Monroe N. W. North Iowa Rainbow auxiliary-8, Service Men's club. L. A. P. M.-8, I. O. O. F. hall. Because of the tsetse fly, cattle raising cannot be carried on in a large part of equatorial Africa. Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up each noKril at the very first sniffle or sneeze. Its quick action aids Nature's defenses __^_ A against cotcb. Follow vKKS directions ^m mm^ ^a^ka VMB04M1 Auxiliary's Membership Shows Gain Indianapolis, (U.R)--The Ameri- in Legion Auxiliary announced hursday that the organization's lembership has reached 475,000, n increase of 77,000 within the st year. The Auxiliary's executive committee, which concluded a 2-day onference here Wednesday, will articipate in a women's meeting n national defense at Washington lis weekend. An 8-member- postwar commit- ee was appointed by the Auxil- ary to confer with the regular -egion postwar group. The com- littee, headed by Mrs. O. W. ahn, Detroit, includes Mrs. Aired Mathebat, Alameda, Cal.; Jrs. Melville Mucklestone, Chiago; Mrs. William Cann, Wil- ningtpn, Del.; Mrs. Norton Pearl, )etroit; Mrs. Walter Craven, harlotte, N. Car.; Mrs. Hulburt Anderson, Boulder, Colo., and Mrs. Kae Ashton, Vernal, Utah. February 29 is the date chosen by Miss Pearl Rohr and Coy Sims of Seattle, Wash., for their marriage. The date is the wedding anniversary of Mr. Sims' parents. Miss Rohr is the daughter of Charles Rohr. 551 7th S. E. (Photo bv Lock) Mr. and Mrs. Paulson rlave Golden Wedding Garner -- Mr. and Mrs.. T. O. Paulson of Miller celebrated their ;olden wedding anniversary with open house. A program was given: Scripture and prayer by the Rev. Chester A. Dleson; history of the wedding, Mr. Oleson; talk by the Rev. H. E. Okland of Fertile; violin solo, Mrs. A. L. Miller; song, "Long, Long \go," by Orvin, Anita and Vivian Paulson of Mason City; talk, Mr. Oleson; duet, Mrs. William Drewes of Forest City and Lehman Faber; lord's Prayer by the group. About 125 friends, and relatives called during the day. Mr. and Wrs. Paulson were married Jan. 9, 1894 at Ellington Prairie Lutheran church with the Rev. Mr. Nesse of Clear Lake officiating. They lave 4 children: Lyiel of Bellvue, lebr.; Verner of Forest City; Al- .on of Mason City; Mrs. James Allen of Mason City. L. A. TO B. R. T. CONDUCTS SESSION L. A. to B. of R. T. met at Moose hall Wednesday evening and plans were made to take part in :he waste paper drive. Mrs. Earl Bittle was presented a past president's pin. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Anna Lang and Mrs. F. C. Hampton. The committee in charge of the entertainment and refreshments for the Feb. 9 meeting will include Mrs. Martha McAdam, Mrs. Agnes Churchill, Mrs. Harry Diercks and Mrs. Charles Swanson. --o-Great resources of bauxite, from which aluminum is made, are known to exist in Africa although little now'is mined. JUMPER 3698 sizes 10-roZO Trim side-buttoning and an interesting neckline treatment make this a particularly attractive version of the well-loved jumper. No. 3698 in size 16 requires 2% yards 35 inch fabric for jumper; ZVg yards 35 inch fabric for long sleeved blouse. Send 16c for PATTERN, which includes complete sewing guide. Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. The SPRING F A S H I O N BOOK is now ready. Illustrates 150 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address P A T T E R N DEPARTMENT, Globe - Gazette, 121 W. l»th St., New York 11, N. Y. WAVE IS WED--Ensign Lavon Gerdes, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ihno A. Gerdes of Wesley, who is serving as a WAVE at Corpus Christi Naval Air Training Station in Texas, was married Jan. 6 to Lt. Richard Mayes of the Marine Air Corps.'The wedding took place at the training base chapel. Ensign Gerdes was graduated from the Wesley high school and from the University of Minnesota, cum laude, with a B. A. She held memberships in Sigma Alpha Iota (national music) and Phi Beta Kappa sororities. She entered officers training in the WAVES at Northampton, Mass., in August and was graduated as an ensign in October. Following this she specialized in comrnunications in which she is working at present. Soviet Women Get Dresses From Britain By DUDLEY ANN HARMON United Press Staff Corresponds London, (U.R)--Homeless Russia: heroines of Stalingrad will be walking around in frocks designec by Norman Hartnell, dressmake to the queen. The British dress industry is sending 90,000 frocks and 30,01 coats to the soviet as a good-wil gesture. The clothing will carry special labels carrying greetings In Russian from the industry. Never before have soviet wome had the opportunity of seeing much less wearing, such a larg assortment of western dress styles British manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers are contribulin the frocks and coats, which wil represent half a million dollars worth of material and labor. Pack ing and export will cost anothe $16,0*0. Wartime utility and austerit dresses, the only kind the govern ment allows to be manufacture here, will make up the shipmen Despite restrictions on trimming pleats, and material, the averag British woman is dressing bette than ever before. With the utilit dress, mass production in clothe, came into existence here for th first time and the designs of fa mous couturiers were made avai able to the -general public. Today I saw on the racks of well known British wholesale some of the 500 dresses he ha. contributed. They were all smar One was a gray flannel with trim Peter Pan collar of white and white handkerchief in the shouli er pocket. Another was a blac and white polka dot print such a. you see on Fifth avenue in spring time. Under a special arrangemen with the board of trade the cloth ing industry is being allowed cou DRIVE OUT RoundwormB eaa CHUM real tremble inside you or your child! W*uh for w a r n i n g n i g n f l : fidRctinR, "picky" »pjwtit«. it*y am or feat. If ymi even raspert roundwonnn. ie Jayne't , v jTM i .JTM«_^?£Tl_JATNE'S \ mt « ^ .-- -·-· H elping the omemaker IN NURSE CORPS--Jean F. Heidenry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Heidenry, 1217 Adams N. W., is now 2nd Lt. in the Army Nurse Corps, air division, and is stationed at Lowry field, Colo., for basic training. Lt. Heidenry is a graduate of Holy Family school and the Mercy hospital school of nursing. By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Liver For Iron Point-rationed Items are starred) Braised Liver Creole Savory Small Yellow Squash Buttered Potatoes Enriched Bread Apple Butter Chocolate Pudding Coffee for Adults Milk for Children (Recipes Serve 4) . Braised Liver, Creole *Vi pound beef liver *3 tablespoons fat (bacon, salt xjrk. or meat drippings) Vi teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon chopped onions 1 tablespoon chopped green pep- ier ,i cup tomatoes V* teaspoon sugar Cover liver for 10 minutes with oiling water. Wipe dry and cut iver into small pieces. Heat fat n frying pan, add liver and irown quickly on all sides. Add est of ingredients. Cover and immer 10 minutes. Savory Small Yellow Squash *3 tablespoons fat or chopped meat 2 cups sliced, peeled small squash 1/3 teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon pepper Vi teaspoon celery salt % teaspoon thyme or basil or ther herb *2 tablespoons margarine or butter Melt fat in frying pan, /add iquash. Cover tightly and simmer 5 minutes or until squash is ender. Uncover, add rest of in- tredients and simmer 5 minutes. "itir frequently with fork. Di Gregorio-Koppen Wedding Performed in Phoenix Church Miss Mildred Jean, Koppen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Koppen of Rockwell, and Lt. Paris Di Gregorio, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Di Gregorio, were married Dec. 26 at the St. Mary's church at Phoenix, Ariz., by the Rev. Father Marcellus. Attendants were Miss Yolanda Di Gregorio and Lt. Royce Carver. The couple is at home in Phoenix where Lt. Di Gregorio is stationed. He left Mason City with the national guard in February 1941. McKENNA-HAUGEN D e c o r a h--At St. Bridget's church, Bluff ton, Monday, Miss Helga Ottilia Haugen, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Ole Haugen, and John Paul McKenna, son of Mr and rMs. Patrick McKenna, were married by the Rev. George Mahoney. Their attendants were Mr and Mrs. Patrick McKenna, were pinner for the bridal party and immediate relatives was served a1 the Green Parrot tea room in Decorah and in the evening a wedding dance was held at the 4-H Community building at the fair grounds. Mr. and Mrs. McKenna will live on a farm near Decorah. Bay War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Meeting Is Conducted at Madison Madison P. T. A. met Wednesday afternoon at the school for a business session and program with Mrs. C. L. Kittleson, president, in charge of the session. Mrs. Francis Bernaman announced the program which opened with the flag pledge and the "Star Spangled Banner," Mrs. Vern Shinn accompanying. Community singing followed. Mrs. Kittleson read the president's message. Miss Alma Partridge's 5th grade, presented a program with the children reciting jingles representing posture, cheerfulness, politeness, exercise, work, play, rest, safety, fresh air, foods and cleanliness. Reports were given during the business meeting. Mrs. W. Roth announced that the Parent Education meeting would be Monday evening at 7:30 at the school with Mrs. C. Morse in charge of the lesson. A musical program has been planned. Mrs. Eddy gave the report of the executive board. An attendance prize of $1 was given to Mrs. Marjorie Lindbeck's 4th grade. The Madison P. T. A will give a teen age party at the school Friday evening at 7:30. The February P. T. A. meeting was announced for Feb. 9 at 7:30 at the school. A social hour followed. Miss Loraine Bernaman sang 2 solos, "Say a Prayer for the Boys' Over There" and "The Surry With the Fringe on the Top," accompanied by Mrs. Shinn. 5 COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED Marriage licenses have been issued by the clerk of the Cerro Gordo county district court to Robert H. Guild, 24, Mason City, and Lorna Frances Nelson, 21, Austin, Minn.; Foster. B. Weatherly, legal, Spring Lake Park, Minn., and Helen L. Hoyum, legal, Anoka, Minn.; Dale Dean Raymond, 22, Floyd, and Maurine Bertha Leaman, 18, Mason City; Delbert Carter, 47, and Mary Tuckage, 44, both of Mason City, and to Lester Mussehl, 26, and Partcia Rooney, 21, both of St. Paul. MARYON McCAULEY HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Maryon McCauley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William D. McCauley, 302 Kentucky S. E., celebrated her 5th birthday Wednesday with a dinner at the Cerro Gordo hotel, followed by a theater party. Guests included Jean Ann Cowan, Carol Ann Jordan and Mary Stewart. Near aths Mir v Fish Gives Meal Variety (Point-rationed items are starred) Fish Loaf Creamed Cabbage Baked Sweet Potatoes Whole Wheat Bread Winter Salad Baked Rice Fruit Pudding Coffee (Recipe Serves 4) Fish Loaf 1 cup cooked fish 1 cup soft bread cubes 1/3 teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon pepper % teaspoon celery salt 1 egg or 2 yolks Vz cup hot milk *2 tablespoons margarine or butter, melted 1 teaspoon minced parsley Mix ingredients and let stand 10 minutes. Pour into greased loaf pan and bake 35 minutes in moderate oven. Unmold carefully and surround with savory or brown sauce or any creamed vegetable. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. Neil Bosworth of Angwin, Cal., and her daughters, Mrs. Guerdon Mooser of Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Robert Seward of Lewiston, Maine, have been visiting at the home of Mrs. I. R. Kirk, 314',4 Georgia N. E. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Anderson of Chicago are guests of Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mullan, 526 5th S. E. Rake--Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sheldon and family of Forest City moved on the Sheldon estate farm south of Rake vacated by the An fin Halverson f a m il y who moved to a farm southeast of Bricelyn, Minn. pons to replace those it must surrender in sending dresses to Russia. The clothes are expected to be on their way by Jan. 1. Arrangements for their distribution in the soviet are being made by (he joint committee for soviet aid, of which the dean of Canterbury, called the "Red Dean" because of his pro-Russian sentiments, is chairman. The suggestion of sending these clothes to Russia was made following the heroic defense of Stalingrad in 1942. In Package! and Tea Bags ·t Your Grocer's DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE Included in Lundberg's January Values is the Fur Coat You Need Choose from our varied collection - - - one that you can be certain will delight you "warmly" for years of quality and good style. Black Northern Seals $100.00 1/3 Down, 12 Months to Pay "SEE YOU TOMORROW" n

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