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January 18, 1944

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

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6 Tuesday, Jan. 18, 194* MASON CITY GLOBE-fiAZETTE Miss Meyer, C. J. Heaf ord Are Married Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Marian Meyer, daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Meyer of Coeur de Alene, Idaho, formerly of Rockwell, to Sgt. Charles J. Heaford, son of Charles Heaford of Rockwell, which took place Jan. 14. The ceremony was performed at the Central Lutheran church by the pastor, the Rev. Marvin O. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heaford attended the couple. The bride was attired in a cocoa ,brown dress with brown accessories and her corsage was of Johanna Hill roses. The matron .of honor wore a gold colored dress with brown accessories and a cor- · sage of Talisman roses. Sgt. Heaford left Tuesday for Ft. Dix, N. J., where he fs stationed. Mrs.- Heaford will continue as anesthetist at the Mercy hospital. MRS/FIERCE IS HOSTESS TO GROUP - Garf ield P a r e n t Education 'group met Monday evening with Mrs. Clifford Pierce, 234 6th S. E. and the program included a piano 'solo, "Sonatina" by dementi and a poem, "Questioning," performed ·by Suzanne Pierce. The lesson on "Sharing the Family Task" was ·led by Mrs. Victor Ostby. Refreshments were served by the -hostess, -assisted by Mrs. William Lauer and Mrs. Ray Wenrich. --o-- ALLEN-GIANN1NI x; Iowa. Falls--Miss Patricia Giannini, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Giannini of Eureka, Cal., became ..the bride of Russell Allen, cox- sw.ain, U. S. Coast Guard, Jan. 16, in St. Bernard's church in Eureka. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. Mr. Allen is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen of Iowa Falls. The couple will live in Eureka while Mr. Allen is stationed at Fern dale.' Declamatory Winners at Bristow Selected BrLstow--The high school declamatory contest was held in the school auditorium Friday' evening. Eight-contestants took part. The winners were as follows: Oratorical, Merle Riudels; dramatic, Doris Wilder; humorous, Ardath Hershey. The judge was J. Worth Miller, of Allison. The winners were to compete in the contest at Greene Monday night. IP J S j Mason City Women's Organizations WEDDING IS PLANNED--Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Pritchard, 832 1st ' N. W., announce the engagement and approaching -marriage of their daughter, Mary Carolyn, to Lt. Patrick A. O'Harrow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Harrow of Portland, Ore., which will take place at Jacksonville, Fla., late in January. Miss Pritchard is a graduate of Holy Family high school and attended Iowa State college. Lt. O'Harrow, a pilot in the air corps, was graduated from the Mason City high school, entered the service in October, 1942, and received his commission in October, 1943. He is stationed at Keystone, Fla. Prenuptial entertaining for Miss Pritchard included a dinner at the Euchre and Cycle club at which Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard entertained the immediate families of the couple and a linen shower and dinner given by Mrs. Leo M. Sullivan at the Hanford. Mrs. Wayne Van Note and Mrs. Norman Allison will entertain at a shower at the Van Note home, 718 Hampshire N. E., for her and on Thursday she will go to Garner where Mrs. C. E. Barnes and Mrs. Walter S. Pritchard, Jr., will give a shower in her honor. (Em Decker photo) IF NOSE CLOGS DP Put 3-vmiita*» Va-tro-nolupeach nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes irritation, (3) relieves transient nasal congestion . .. and brings greater breathing comfort, Follow the complete directions mmm VM4fc MdMI In folder. VA'lKO'HOL Lt. Richard Zarling Is Engaged to Wed Miss Hazel Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Fisher of Minneapolis, announce the engagement of their daughter, Hazel, to 1st Lt. V. Richard Zarling, Minneapolis. Lt. Zarling formerly lived at Mason City, being graduated from the Mason City high school in 1937, and attended M- C. Junior College for one and one- half years. Miss Fisher .is a senior cadet 'nurse in the University of Minnesota hospital and a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority. Lt. Zarling was graduated from the University of Minnesota medical school on Dec. 16 and received his commission in the U. S. Army Medical corps, unassigned. He is a member of Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity. He left Minneapolis Dec. 27 for Baltimore, Md., where he began his internship on Jan. 1. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy- Study Club Discussions Conducted Twentieth Century, Child Study, Joyce Kilmer, Monday, and Cha- tauqua clubs were among the study groups conducting meetings Monday afternoon and evening: Joyce Kilmer club met Monday evening at the Adams home, 680 East State, with Miss Loretta Carney and Mrs. Wesley Harding as hostesses. "American Progress" was the theme of the program with Mrs. E. F. Vaughn leading the discussion of medicine, Mrs. Earl Wasley, war production and Mrs. Henry Hebel, agriculture and war. Mrs. Millie Daly read a poem, "Song of the Khaki Christ' 1 by the Rev. Father Calvin, chaplain in the U. S. army. At the Twentieth Century club meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. R. L. Jackson. 76 Crescent drive, Mrs. George Willis Hill led current events and Mrs. H. J. Bryant had the lesson on "Etho- pia and Drama." Mrs. W. O. Sharpe was hostess to the Chautaqua club Monday at her home, 701 East State. Mrs E. E. Hersey led the discussiot of "Russian Land and People" an Mrs. J. R. Holman, "Russian Women, Marriage and Jobs." Child Study club's program wa: on "The Exile Governments" a its meeting at the home of Mrs P. T. Umbarger, 1426 Rhod Island N. E. Mrs. D. E. Randall led the lesson and Mrs. R. E. Thompson the devotions. Mrs. W. H. Nicholas was hostess to the Monday club at her home, 60 Crescent drive, with Mrs Charles Gasswint conducting the study of. "tfnited States Possessions" and 'Mrs. .T. A. Wiley, "British Possessions." --0-Esther Rotschafer Bride of Floyd Webb H u t c h i n s--At the Johnson Federated church in Des Moines Miss Esther Rotschafer, daughter of Mrs. August Rotschafer of Britt, became the bride of Cpl. ENGAGED TO WED--Mr. and Mrs. Gustav E. Gaffri, 711 12th N. E., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Edith Louise W., to Elmer Nuehring, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nuehring, 412 15th S. E. (Kirk photo) H Rosemary Mimnagh Weds Edward Smith Miss Rosemary Mimnagh, niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCole, 504 Georgia S. E., was married to Cpl. Edward J. Smith Jan. 15 at St. Stephen's church in Minneapolis. The bride, formerly of Mason City, is now manager o£ the Elizabeth Hosiery shop in Minneapolis. Cpl. Smith is a graduate of the Christian Brothers school and attended the University of Minnesota before entering the service. They will make their home in Minneapolis where the bridegroom is a pharmacist in the medical department. --o-JOYCE JANSONHJS TO BE MARRIED Ackley--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Floyd Webb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb of Derby, Jan. 13, the Rev. Harold Schales officiat- 189 WOMEN' An Extraordinary Opportunity -- Just Released by O. P. A. PAIRS S SHOES Jansonius of Ackley, announce the engagement of their daughter Joyce, of .Rockford, and Thomas Church of Rockford, son of Mr and Mrs. Elmer Church of Tama. --o-CONNELLYS HOSTS AT DINNER PARTY Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Connelly 510 Washington S. W., entertainec the O. D. O. club and a few othe guests at a 6 o'clock dinner Mon day evening at their home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilkinson of Columbus, Ohio. DRESS TYPES ing. » The bride's cousin, Miss Selma Daniels of Des Moines, was bridesmaid, a n d t h e bridegroom's brother, Emory Webb of Derby, served as best man. Mrs. Schales sang nuptial selections during the rvice. Following the ceremony a re- eption was held at the home of he bride's uncle, Martin Daniels f Des Moines. The bride has been employed or more than a year at'the Ordnance plant at Ankeny. She formerly lived with her parents, the ate August Rotschafer and Mrs. lotschafer, on a farm north of Hufchins. Before he entered the army Cpl. Webb was employed on the Clarence Gorman larm here. They visited relatives of the Dridegroom in southern Iowa before leaving for Ft. Benning, Ga. where the bridegroom is stationed and where they will make their home for the present. LIVELY LASSIES MEET AT HUGHES The Lively I-assies Portland 4- H club-met at the home of Helen and Joan Hughes with 8 present for the session. Joan Behne was taken in as a new member. It was decided that each member will earn a dollar for her club. Wilma Price gave a report on planned balanced meals and Joan Hughes, a demonstration on table setting. After the meeting, a lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting-will b« with Jo Ann Petersen, Feb. 14. There w e r e only 1,000,000 Americans living west of the Appalachians in 1800. elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Starring low-Point Pork (Point-Rationed Items are Starred) Chop Suey Buttered Kale Cranberry Sauce Graham Cracker Surprise Dessert Coffee or Tea HECIPES SERVE FOUR Chop Suey *1 pound pork (boneless cut) 2* tablespoons chopped suet or other fat · 2 cups water 1 beef or chicken bouillon cub or beef extract 2/3 cup diced celery % cup diced onions \? teaspoon salt */4 teaspoon paprika 1 cup bean sprouts 2 cups boiled rice Vi cup Chinese suey sauce Cut pork and celery into shreds about 1% inches long and Vt inch wide. Melt fat in frying pan, add pork and cook until well browned on all sides. Add water, bouillon cube, celery, onions, salt, paprika and sprouts. Cook covered for 25 minutes. Serve poured over rice. Graham Cracker Surprise Dessert 2 cups milk 1 tablespoon granulated tapio- TO BE BRIDE--Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Quintus of Garner announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty, 'to Cpl. Rex. Aldinger, son of Mr. arid Mrs. W. P. Aldinger of Alexander. The wedding will take place Jan. 23 in the Presbyterian church at Garner. Cpl. Aldinger is stationed in Greeley, Colo. SOCIAL 3 tablespoons sugar Vs teaspoon salt 1 cup graham cracker crumbs 1 teaspoon vanilla l.egg yolk 1 beaten egg white ] teaspoon grated orange rind Cook milk, tapioca, sugar and salt for 10 minutes in double boiler. Add crumbs and cook 10 minutes. Stir frequently. Add yolk and when mixed, cool slightly and fold in rest of ingredients. HAPPY HOMEMAKERS ENTERTAIN CLUB Happy Homemakers 4-H club entertained the Fighting Irish 4-H club at a hayride party'. After the ride, the members were guests a the home of Mrs. L. R. Curran leader of the Happy Homemakers Miss Lucile Buchanan assisted in preparing the lunch. Games wer played. Soft Basic 3 .00 and LESS RATION FREE! (For 2 weeks only--January 17th to 29th inclusive) These shoes should not be confused with ordinary "un- rationed" footwear--they are all shoes which heretofore have required ration stamps and will go back on a rationed basis after January 29th. They are serviceable--leather soled--of good construction--and many have previously sold at higher prices. Take advantage of this unexpected opportunity to replenish your shoe wardrobe without using up your Ration" Stamps. THIS MERCHANDISE IS: "OPA RELEASE--WOMEN'S LOW-PRICED SHOES' · We want to remind you that we are conducting a real prescription department for the express purpose of compounding prescriptions. We maintain, at all times, complete stocks of fresh chemi cals, Pharmaceuticals, and biologicals. When you are ill, consult a licensed M.D. If he gives you a prescription, bring it to us to be filled. We are specialists in this line. TUESDAY White Shrine-6:30, Masonic temple, stated meeting at 7:30. Women's orchestra-7, Music hall. Trinity Lincoln circle-7:30, Mrs. L. A. Whipple, 692 1st S. E. Police Auxiliary-7:30, Mrs. John Hrubetz, 1521 South Federal. Clio club-Mrs. R. L. Jackson, 76 Crescent drive. N. A. P. E. auxiliary-7:30, Labor hall. Immanuel W. M. S.--. 8, Mrs. Nets Langren, 524 20th S. E. ' Odd Fellows-8, I. O. O. F. hall. Sloose lodge-8, Moose hall. Holy Family circle 2-8, Mrs. Jack Lampe, 121 4th N. W. United Service Women-3, Mrs. F. E. Maillard, 2515 Jefferson S. W., public card party. WEDNESDAY ib!e class-9:30, Y. W. C. A. lueen ot Clubs-1, Jeffer^pn amber room. E. O. chapter GN-1:15, Y. W. C. A. Today's Bridge club-1:15, Mrs. Julia Comfort, 301 1st N. E. Trinity Highland circle-1:30, Mrs. Joe Sberal, 1114 Hampshire N. E. Freeman Ladies aid-2, Mrs. Dan McArthur. Vomen's Labor auxiliary-2, Labor hall. Friendly Birthday club-2, Mrs. C. F. Clark, 424 24th S. W. Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove No 135-2, Mrs. F. L Curtis, 724 Caro lina N. E. St. James circle 1-' 2, Mrs. Ed Koller, 690 9th S. E. Navy Mothers club--. 2, P. G. and E. P. E. O. chapter DZ-- 2:30, Adams home, 680 East State. Central Lutheran West croup-2-30 Mrs. C G. Wass, 321 Monroe N. W. Congregational Fellowship and Annual dinner--· 6:30, church. Red Cross Volunteers-7 to 9, surgical dressings work room, 211 North Federal. Madison Parent Education group-7:30, school. Mason City Button club-8, Miss Vera Burns, 109 ',4 South Federal. Phoenician club-8, Adams home, 680'East State. Monroe Parent Education group-8, school. Central Lutheran S. E. group-2:30, Mrs. Charles Dietz, 207 Indiana S. E. N. B. C. club-7:45, Mrs. Roy Felton, 324 Kentucky S. E. 3 SONS VISITORS New York, (/P)--Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loew were sitting in their apartment wondering about their 3 sons in service--one in the south Pacific, another in Seattle and a 3rd in North Carolina. Within an hour all 3 arrived home--each having r e c e i v e d unexpected leaves. POL.ITICAI. ADVERTISEMENT Community Forum Set at Church Arrangements have been made for Dr. Irvin Deer, representative of the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors Inc., whom the Women's Guild of the Congregational church is bringing to Mason City to address its January general meeting Friday noon to speak at-a community forum Friday evening in the auditorium of the Congregational church. The theme for the forum, which all parents and youth of the city may attend, will be "Motion Pictures and Juvenile Delinquency.' The forum will begin at 7:30 p. m No person who is concernec about the social situation in our own city and in the country a large can afford to miss this important forum, according to the committee in charge. , Dr. Deer is engaged by the community service department of the motion picture industry to address college and university convocations, service clubs, women's clubs, church groups, high school assemblies, Parent-Teacher conventions and other groups^ in the interest of interpreting the possibilities and problems of the motion picture industry as a social factor, and the need of a more discriminating patronage on the part of the public. Opportunity will be offered at the forum for any questions to be ascked pertaining to the motion picture industry. Dr. Deer will also address the high school assembly and the Kiwanis club while in Mason City. In order to give the general public an opportunity to hear Dr. Deer, the ranged. forum has been ar- MRS. BECKMAN HONORED GUEST Mrs. Kenneth H. Beckman who was Eleanore Gaffri before her recent marriage was honored at a kitchen shower given by Miss Jacqueline Hotchkiss at her home, 5WA 6th S. E. Cards were played with prizes going to Miss Edith-Waters and Miss Mary McCarthy. --0-ROOSEVELT P. T. A. TO MEET THURSDAY Plans for the Roosevelt Ele- WAVE RECRUIT--Miss Irene Connors, daughter of Mrs. Lor-l etta Connors, 30% 1st S. E.J leaves early in February td begin her boot training in thd WAVES at Hunter College] New York. Miss Connors haij been employed at Walgreen'J store. She has a brother, Pfcl John Connors, who is with th] U. S. army in England. (Fra Free photo) mentary P. T. A. meeting to be eld Thursday were discussed at he meeting of the board Monday t the home of Mrs. Melvin Petrson, 315 13th S. E. Mrs.' Paul Sustafson was assisting hostess. Program for the Thursday meet- ng which has been arranged by Mrs. Leon Woodward and Mrs. lenry Hines will include a talk by Mrs. Robert Glazer. ' Parent Education Group Meeting Is Held at Madison Madison Parent Education grod met at the school Monday evj ning with Mrs. Wallace Roth pn) siding at the session which w£ opened with a prayer read by Mr| J. McMenimen. £L A musical program followed 1_;J pupils o£ Tom ,Wells. ClarinJ solos were played by Peter Koy ney accompanied by Jane Ha Gerrold Dean, accompanied 1 Mrs. Earl Dean, and Elino^ Ahyers, accompanied by Dore Saul. The president's message w^j read by Mrs. Marjorie Lindbec The lesson "Sharing the Famii Tasks" was led by Mrs. C. MonSJ with discussion following. Refreshments were served Mmes. L. Snook, H. Anderson ; V. Shinn. U. S. W. UNIT 274 MEETING CONDUCTED United Service Women unit met Monday evening at the honSji;] of the president, Mrs. Roy ·"-'--·'·' 1124 1st N. E., when 3 new bers were inducted, including! Mrs. Leola Ewing. Mrs. Lerc-ji Dunn donated a scrapbook to thr 1 " 1 unit and Mrs. Gladys Jiminez, flag. 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