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January 21, 1944

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6 fWtasr, Ju.Il, 1M4 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Program Is Presented forP.T.A. The program presented at the Jefferson P. T. A. meeting Thursday afternoon at the school included music by the children and a quiz conducted by Mrs. Robert Glazer, with all present taking part in both questions and answers. . Following the patriotic opening, the 5th grade, undef the direction of Miss Irene Swedlund, sang "Fandango," "Sporting Games," "Crusader's Hymn,", 'The Pledge," and Are You Sleeping?" ' Mrs. Meredith Temple, program chairman, presented Mrs. Glazer. During the business session, it was announced, that the Parent Education group will be the guests of the Garfield group Feb.' 14 at 7:30. ' The president's message was read by Mrs. Ivan Barnes. The 4th grade received the attendance prize for the day. Following the program, refreshments were served in the dining room by "the 4th grade mothers. Mrs. Verne Mettler was chairman, assisted by /Miss Swedlund,'Mrs. W. T. Kehm, Mrs. Virgil EggleSton, Mrs; D. E. Hirt and Mrs. Earl Taylor. United Lutherans and Ladies Society Meets Bidreway-- The United Lutheran, church held its annual meeting Wednesday and re-elected the following officers: Secretary, Elmer Bergan; treasurer, B. G. Guttormson; organist,' Spencer Bakken; Sunday school superintendent, 'Cora Bergan;' trustees, M. R Ringoen, Alfred Magnus and W1i«; Pilgrim;. janitor, Sander Thompson; The United Lutheran Ladies Aid society held its January meeting the same afternoon. Two new officers were selected for the year as follows: President, Mrs M. R. Hingoen and vice president, Mrs. Alfred Magnus. Other officers are secretary, Mrs. Alton Sanderson, and treasurer, Mrs Lloyd Bergan. MRS. IRENE SIMMEN HONORED AT PARTY t Mrs. Irene Simmen, kindergarten teacher at Harding school, who is leaving soon for Stevens Point, Wis'., was honored at a dinner given by the Harding 'teachers and P. T. A. board Thursday evening at the Cerro Gbrdo hotel. Mrs. Wayne McGowan read an original nursery, rhyme and a farewell gift was presented to Mrs. Simmen. Cards were played with prizes going to Miss Clara Sagen and Mrs. Leonard Hanna. Mrs. M;. L. Wolter and Mrs. Hanna were in charge of arrangements. Canada Fights COUGHS ·r InieUal Irrifatim Ditto CtUs This New Amazing Way By far the largest selling, cough medicine in all- Canada » Buckley's CANADIOL* Mixture now being made In XT.S..A. Compounded from rare Canadian Pine Balsam (by a secret process) Buddey** Is entirely different from anything else you ever tried. It's extra. last for Dad--yet gentle and mild for Mother and the little ones. Get a. bottle today-^take a sip or two then swallow slowly, Initantly you feel its powerful effective action spread thru throat, head ana bronchial tunes. Coughing ipasm easea. Right away It loosens ap thick choking phlegm--opens up clogged bronchia! tubes -- makes breathing easier. You con get Buckley's at all good drug stores. OSCO Dr»r arations * * * · . * eted for Annual Meeting of MRS. MARSHALL MONROE Orchestra Makes 1st Appearance Central Heights school orchestra made its first public appearance Thursday, evening at the meeting of the Central Heights P. T. A. at the school. Directed by W.'A. Storer, the orchestra has 22 members. Demonstration of the method of teaching was.given and a group of numbers were played. . · T. R. Eilers, who is home from Alaska, told about his experiences working on the Alaskan highway and said that too much praise could not.be given the army engineers for their part in laying out the road. . It was announced that the P..T A. Is sponsoring piano lessons for individuals- or groups and tha those .desiring to take lessons may call -Mrs. Steve Kowny, phone 3760. Pay night was set for Feb. 3 with. Mr. Kowny, Hermie Frenz, Mrs. Roy Wineman and Mrs Frank DeVary on the committee. Mrs: William Parks' room won the room prize and refreshments were served. Officers Are Named by Wesley Circle D Officers w e r e appointed for Circle D of the Wesley.Methodist W. S. C.'S. at the first meeting of the year Thursday at the home of the chairman,. Mrs. L. ~ Wi- Ed- strbm, 129 12th N. W. ; Mrs. Edstrom is chairman, Mrs. Vern, Smesrude, vice chairman; Mrs.-J.,McAIpine, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. y. J. Jtolansky, publicity; Mrs. Fred Steffen and Mrs. William Milnes,' membership, and Mrs. L. Folsom, sick calls and cards. Mrs. Milnes read a character story from the Bible. Mrs. Polansky had.the lesson from-Mary Bardeleben's. book, "Suffering and Punishment." The next meeting will be an evening session at the home ol Mrs. John Russman; ATHENIAN CLUB HOLDS MEETING / Mrs.-E. E. Fleming was hostess to Athenian club at her home,.503 Pennsylvania S. E., Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M. J. ' Fitzpatrick had current events and Mrs. A V. O'Brien had the lesson givinj biographies of Sun Yat Sen ahc Chaing Kai Shek. Mrs. R. E. Sizer was in charge of singing with Mrs A. C. Kluck as accompanist. AIR. OWES OVAL-SHAPE CAKE OF SWEETHEART SOAP SO IT STAYS FIRM - IASTS IOHGER! + * Thrifty SwtetHeart Soap is a val in shape-rounded top and bottom. Unlike many soaps that lie flat, SwtetHeart's big oval cike touches the surface in only one small part Thuj air dries it off fast.. t helps avoid wasteful "jelly" in the wet soap dish.. /and SweetHeart Soap stays in one firm piece down to a tiny fragrant sliver. Among eight leading brands only long lasting SweetHeart Soap is oval in shape. T O I L E T S O A P TIE SI»P TUT AMIES WITITHISRII Mrs. Monroe of New York Will Speak Members of the Y. W. C. A. will have their annual meeting Monay evening at 8 o'clock at the 1. W., with Mrs. Marshall Monoe, member of the staff of the ational board of the Young V omen's Christian Association, New York City, as the speaker. Mrs. Monroe who will talk on The Y. W. C. A. in the ; World 'oday" was elected a member of the national board in 1926 and served as chairman of the na- ional student council. She was Iso finance secretary of the New York City association from 1928 to 1931. In 1939, Mrs. Monroe oined the staff of the national oard to fill her present position n/the department of interpreta- ion and support. Mrs. Monroe has been assistant inance secretary to the National Society for the Prevention of Jlindness, and has done research 'or- the National Industrial Con- 'erence board on agricultural irbblems. She is a graduate of tanford university, and has done year's post-graduate study abroad. A pot luck dinner will be served and the program will fol- ow. In addition to Mrs. Monroe's :alk, there will -be special music by the Hi-Tri girls, under the direction of Miss Ruth Behrend, and solos by Mrs. Bt Raymond W ton. · Reservations lor the dinner will be taken at the Y. W., phone 570, through Friday evening. District Deputies at Joint Installation of Odd Fellows, Rebekahs Dnmont--A joint installation of the Odd Fellows and Hebekah lodges was held Monday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mr. and Mrs Dale Copeland, New Hartford district 'deputy president, and district deputy grand-master were the installing staff. Rebekah officers are: Noble Grand, Mrs. W. B. Ufford; vice grand, Laura Rheinegans; secretary, Mrs. Francis Clemens; treasurer,-Mrs. Ralph Austin; chaplain, Mrs. Ernest Nielsen; warden, Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, Jr.; right and left support noble grand, Mrs. Howard Davis and Mrs. Fred Schuler; right and left support vice grand, Mrs. Kenneth Stock and Mrs. Wayne Dovey; conductor, Msodne ,Cuvelier; inside and outside guardian, Mrs. Everett Griner and Mrs. Carl Stock, and pianist, Mrs John Stock. Odd Fellows: Noble grand, Eugene Skidmore; vice grand, Ernest .Nielsen; financial secretary, Allen Philpott; recorcd- ng secretary, Howard Davis; treasurer, Clair Wilson; trustee, E. E. Hanawalt; warden, Evereti Sriner; conductor, Ralph Austin; inside and outside guardian, Car] Stock and Mfflard Wickhain; right and left support noble grand, Clair Wilson and Eugene Sidmore; right and left support vice grand, E. E Hanawalt and Francis Clemens chaplain, Harold Pencook; righ and left scene supporter, Kenneth Stock and John Stock. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Mildred Dyer, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dyer, 307 Is S. W., left Thursday for Kansa City to spend the weekend with her sister, Miss Grace Ann Dyer "who is attending the junior aircraft communications school. Gerald Pickford of Portland Ore., is visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. H, B. Pickford, 121C Washington, N. W., enroute to Washington, D. C. Miss Mary Irons has returne to her studies at Lindenwood college, St Charles, Mo., after a visi at the home of ner parents, Mr and Mrs. R. B. Irons, 825 2nd S. R, N. A. HEALTH CLUB HAS SESSION R. Nf A. Health club met a Moose hall Thursday for a po luck luncheon. The president, Mrs Ida. Johannson, and Mrs. Dale Bull, on behalf of the club, presented gifts to Mrs. C. A. Budworth, Mrs; Ared White, Mrs. E W. Lilley, Mrs. H. L. Leake and Mrs. Margaret Johnson for their services during the past 3 'years Cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. W. Hyde, Mrs. Willis Bemiss, bridge. Mrs. Margare Johnson, Mrs. G. Cory, and 'Mrs Marybelle Schmitz. Mrs. W. J Hart and Mrs. J. Orrrisby were in charge. The next meeting will be Feb. 3 with Mrs. L. Toinby in charge. MRS. K. BECKMAX IS GIVEN SHOWER Mrs. Kenneth Beckman wa: honored at a miscellaneous shower at the W. A. Couse home, 31 Indiana S. E. Mrs. Beckman wa Elearfore Gaffri before her marriage Dec. 31 at Oakland, Cal. Mrs Couse was assisted by Mrs. H. Mo ravec and Mrs. Ed Popp. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789 Mason Cityan Weds Angeles Girl \ WEDDING IS PLANNED--Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Heacox of Britt announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Martha Adelaide, to Ensign Glen A. Bergan, son of Martin Bergan of Williams, Minn. The wedding is scheduled to take place Jan. 22 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Miss Heacox is the last one of 9 granddaughters of the late Bailey of Britt, to be married. --o-Limestone is used in steel blast furnaces to remove silica and alumina. ENGAGED TO WED--Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoick of Britt announce the approaching marriage of then- daughter, yerna, to George F. Alke, son of Mrs. Anna Alke of Titonka, on-Feb. 8, at the First Lutheran church in Britt. The Rev. John Mohr will officiate. Miss Hoick is a graduate of Britt high school and has followed the teaching profession, having taught in the rural schools and recently in the school at Miller. Mr. Alke is farming near Tiipnka and they will make their home, on the farm where he now resides. Announcement is made of the iarriage yl Miss Evelyn Muriel larp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. oy M. Sharp of Port Angeles, 'ash., and rDaryl Glenn Schmitz, S. Navy, r son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Schmitz, 1707 Massachusetts E.,. performed Jan. 8 at the irst Methodist church in Port Vngeles, Wash., by the Rev. James . Albertson. The bride was given in marriage y her father and wore a go'wn of hite satin fashioned with sweet- eart neckline, fitted bodice'grad- ating to a full skirt with a short rain. Her circular veil was immed with satin edging and aught at the top by a cluster of lily of the valley. A double strand f pearls was her only ornament, he carried white carnations and ardenias. Two attendants s i m i l a r l y owned in yellow and pink, were liss Nancy Skaggs and Miss Pat iugo. Both carried colonial bou- uets. i Robert Mohr, James Billinge and ames Schnider, all of the U. S. Air Cadet Engaged, to Mr. and Mrs. Gleason Poulton of Hutchinson, Kansas, announce :he engagement of their daugh- .er, Arraand Gennaine, to Naval Air Cadet Donald Roy Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bailey, 407 6th S. W. Miss Poulton is a graduate of Hutchinson high school and junior college and has the past 2 years seen teaching public school music in Hutchinson. Cadet Bailey is a graduate of the Mason City high school and before entering service was employed by the North American Aircraft in Los Angeles. He is stationed at the Naval Air training station at Pensacola, Fla., and will receive his wings and his ensign's commission In the U. S. Naval Reserve sometime this month. Women of the Moose Conduct Meeting At the meeting "of the Women of the Moose Thursday, the nembership obligation was given :o Thelma Speedy and Laura Schobbie. Members were asked to help at the surgical dressings room Wednesday evenings from 7 to 9. A class for the membership drive was announced. The work will be put on Feb. 17. Committee reports will be given at th'e next meeting. Mrs. Tom Schollian, college of regents chairman, asked all coworkers to write a short story on "Why I Enjoy Being a Co-Worker in the Women o£ the Moose," to be turned in at the next meeting. 2 71ft · · = Pnecer 3693 i SIZES IZ-48 V A suit-dress with lines as crisp and clean as a March wind --to take you smartly wherever you want to go, with poise and confidence. No. 3693 in size 36 requires 3i yards 39-in. fabric. 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 Fashion Book is now ready. Illustrates 150 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so ordec early. 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing.. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 18th St., New. York 11, N. Y. MISS ARMAND POULTON Nations Are Represented on Program Business and Professional Women had a United Nations program at their January party Thursdaj evening at the Mason City public ibrary with various countries ·epresented In entertainment, costumes and refreshments. Arturo and Joveta Rodriguez opened the-program with a due and Arturo played~luitar selec tions, representing Mexico. Mis Cicely Hinton read excerpts from Churchill's speeches. as the Brit ish empire's contribution. Mrs Sivert Rivedal, for the Scandinavian countries, demonstrateb wit! her spinning wheel and' spok briefly. The United States contributio was' provided by Miss Hele Schiebe. who read 2 of her recen) ly published poems. Miss Conni Hatges sang Greek songs and Mis Frances Kukacha told a Czecho slovafcian folk tale. Mrs. Edwar J. Huser demonstrated 2 Pol is dances. " Refreshments which include Polish sandwiches, fattigmans an Greek cakes were 'served at table spread with a Polish clot of white, embroidered in red an white. Mrs. Rasmus Skaare poure and there was foreign music dur ing the refreshment hour. Th room was decorated with origina prints by foreign illustrators whic had been lent to the library b publishers. Miss Edna Carstenson --\va chairman of arrangements an Miss Lydia Barrette acted as host ess for the evening, assisted b the January social committee. ST. TERESA'S CIRCLE MEETS, St. Teresa's circle met with Mr W. E. Fitzgerald, 512 I7th S. E Thursday and 9 members wer present. Plans were made for party to be sponsored by the circl The time was spent socially an refreshments were served. -o- ' HOLY FAMILY CIRCLE MEETS AT WEEHOLDS Holy Family circle 8 met at th home of Mrs. J. Weimold, 121 lit N. E., for a pot luck dinner Thurs day and Mrs. Wallace Smith wa the assisting hostess. After th business session, court whist wa played with prizes going to Mrs Lawrence Behn and Mrs. Bernar Logan. The next meeting will-b with Mrs. Ed Popp, 816 9th N. E with Mrs. Rudolph Popp and Mr Behn assisting. LEISINGER-RACINE Iowa/ Falls -- Announcemen have been received of the mai riage of Miss Blanche Racin daughter o£ R. C. Racine, of low Falls, to James Scrip'ps Leisinge U.- S. army air forces., son of M and Mrs. Albert Leisinger of De Mar, Cal., Dec. 24, in' the Nort Glendale Methodist church. Th bride is an employe of the Fee eral Reserve bank In Los Angele. The couple will live in Glendal MRS.-DARYL SCHMITZ '.Guard, acted as best man and ushers, respectively. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Robert Mohr sang "Because" and vas accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Clarence Johnson. Following the ceremony a re- eption was, held at the home of he bride's parents. The bride's mother, attired in a gown of blue repe with a pink camellia corsage, eceived the guests. The 3-tiered y'edding cake occupied the center f the. table. Evelyn and Doreen iVatson. presided at the table. As- isting in serving, were Mesdames G. Billinge and J. R. Ohlin and he Misses Violet Oman and Doothy Adams. For going away the bride wore a rust colored suit under a fur oat with matching hat and brown accessories. A corsage of gardenias lompleted her costume. Mr. and Mrs. Schmitz will make heir home at 512V* West 6th itreet. Out -6£ town guests were the Hisses Evelyn, Doreen and Joy Vatson, cousins of the bride, from Victoria, B. C. H ' elping the omemaker By SIRS. ALEANDEB GEORGE Ham Shoulder · (Point-Rationed Items Starred) · Boned Fresh Ham Shoulder y. Gravy Pan Browned Carrots Creamed Celery Whole Wheat Bread 1 Cranberry-Apple Cobbler Coffee Recipes Serve Four Boned Fresh Ham Shoulder * Pork shoulder {not cured) . 1 teaspoon salt Vt teaspon pepper % teaspoon celery salt or seed. Have shoulder boned, rolled and led. Wipe off with damp cloth and place on rack in open roaster. Roast, uncovered, allowing 35 minutes per pound. Baste every If minutes with drippings. After an cooking, sprinkle with res' of ingredients. Remove excess fat Serve this roast hot for the firsl meal. Gravy can be made from the drippings. Cranberry-Apple Cobbler 2 cups cranberries 2 cups thinly sliced apples ·2-3 cup sugar % teaspoon cinnamon ¥» teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons flour Vz teaspon grated lemon rind % cup water or orange juice * 2 tablespoons margarine butter melted. Blend cranberries with apples sugar, cinnamon, salt, rind anc flour. Add rest of ingredients am pour into greased shallow pan Cover with pastry. Cut in 2 incl ^quares, crush'with egg yolk am milk and bake 35 minutes in mod erate oven. LADIES OF ORIENT PLAN FOR SUPPER . Ladies of the Orient met in the I. O; O. F. hall Thursday evenin t with Mrs. Guy Angeli in charge and plans were made for a 6:3 pot luck supper at the next meet ing for members, their families and for Orientals. Entertainmen was in charge of Mrs. W. H. Ar nold and Mrs. O. C. Gundlach. ST. LUCY'S CIRCLE CONDUCTS SESSION St. Lucy's circle met at the horn of Mrs. J. E. Lynch, 253 6th S. E Thursday, with Mrs. H. E. Zallec' as assisting hostess. There were 1 members and I guest, Mrs. Tec Cordle, present. After the busines, session, cards were played. Prize- went to Mrs. Marie Burtis an Mrs. Cordle. The next meeting wil be Feb. 2 at the home of Mrs. E E. Fleming, 503 Pennsylvania S. E with Mrs. Theodore -Jacobs as as sisting hostess. --o-Buy War Savings Bonds an Stamps from your Globe-Gazeti carrier boy. irvi'n Deer Is Speaker at Monroe Dr. Irvin Deer, representative f the Motion Picture Producers nd Distributors,.inc., was the peaker at the meeting of the Monoe Junior High P. T. A... Thursay evening at the school, discuss- ng "Visual Education,'.' and pressing the importance of the motion picture in teaching. · The program also included musical selections by Mrs. Paul [offman who sang "Down, in a 'orest," "The Maid of Cadiz" and Without A Song," accompanied y Mrs. Harry Wolf. An instrumental group com- osed of J. J. Fitzgerald t Wayne Campbell, Eleanor Ayres, Dick llillington, Jimmy Posz, Joel fanes, Janan Wilts, Phyllis Noris,' Walter Bender, accompanied y Doreta Saul, played "Home," Mary Lou" and "When You're Imiling." Bill Nicholas played a T. L. Connor presented an ap- eal for volunteers to take the ^ed Cross nurse's aide training- ourse and serve in the hospitals vhere the regular nursing help as been depleted by enlistments n the army and navy nurse corps. At the close of the evening, re- reshments were served by a committee including Mr. and Mrs. W. t.^Nicholas, Mr. and-Mrs. F. W. Osmundson,--Dr. and Mrs. S. A. O'Brien. Mr. i and Mrs. D. S. -Elder nd Mrs. Bessie Purdie. hard!* ONDS DIAMOND: 12 EAST STATE Roosevelt Association Hears Talk Mrs. Ralph Connelly, prpgra] chairman,/opened the meeting 1 the Roosevelt Elementary P. T. .1 Thursday evening at the schorl with the president, Mrs. Larj] Folsom, presiding. The flag pledge was led by Gil and Boy Scouts and after the sinJ ing of the national anthem, trl devotions were led by Mrs. Elmf Bowers. Miss Lucille Bauman's 6 Is grade had charge of the prograil consisting of. a play, a reading b'l Joan Pearson and 4 songs by Mi;'| Mildred Bente's 6th grade. Dona)] Overturf announced the numbeql The president's message was re by Mrs. Mark Sessions. ·] Mrs. H. Weber led communi|J singing, accompanied by Mrs. f Hines and Mrs. Hines played fc piano, solos. Mrs. Robert Glazer, speaker the evening, talked on "Womenl Civilian Defense." Mrs. Woodward played 2 harp soil "Romance" 'and "The Minst Adieu to his Native Land." Mrs. Folsom presided during business session and spoke brii ly on the 6th grade mothers whA children will be leaving Roosevd Elementary this year. I The Parent Education meetut with Mrs. H. McCaughey in charJ was announced for next Tuesdl night. Mrs. L. Constable will pr3 sent the lesson on "Sharing Tasks." A social hour followed. On-tlj hospitality committee were Mil Mark Sessions, Mrs. H. L. Mil ness, Miss/Mildred Bente and Mi'f Lucille Bauman. On -the :soci ! l committee were Mrs. Harry Ovel turf, Mrs. H. Jansen, Mrs. H. Flal ness, Mrs. D. Deckard, Mrs. Trudeaux and Mrs! Langlotz. New Hampton Army solo, "My iweet Voice." Heart at Thy FRIDAY City Progressive club-6:30, Mr. ' and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, 24 Virginia S. E. United-Hearts 4-H club-Joan Cawley, 11V Delaware S. E. Trinity Garfield circle-7:30, Mrs. J. A. Gravelie, 614 6th S. E. Queen Rebekah lodge-8.'I. O. o: F. hall. B. A. R. E. auxiliary-8, Moose hall. HANSON-JUHL North wood -- Miss Edna Juhl, daughter of Mrs. Nick P. Juhl of Northwood became the bride of Reuben Hanson, son of Amos Hanson, Northwood, at Albert Lea, Jan. 17. Mrs. Hanson was'attended by her sister, Mrs. Donald Gullick- soh of Northwood. Sgt. Lewis Grosiand served as best man. The couple will reside on the Hanson farm in Brookfield township. Nurse Is Married New Hampton -- Lt. Marcel! Burke and Lt. Charles Kelly wei married at the post chapel f Camp Maxey, Tex., by Chaplaill Fr. Lacy on Jan. 14. They wer* attended by Lt. Vera Wagner ari; Capt. Lawrence Ryan. ; The bride is a daughter of Mi and Mrs. John J. Burke of Nevfi$F Hampton. She was graduated frbrfXf the New Hampton high school an. ; «{J Loyola school of nursing in Chi cago. For the past 2.years £h,,,, has been in thVarmy nurse corpi'itU The bridegroom is a son of Mi' and Mrs. Charles Kelly of Cii cinnati, Ohio.- He is a graduate Xavier college there. He is sfc tioned in Texas. ANTOXIA POJEE TO BE MARRIED , - . - . .=,,._ Mitchell--Mrs. Elizabeth ; FojJf 1 of Mitchell announces the engage-vSjl ment and approaching marriage $\ Antonia Pojer to ^Gilbert GegelJ stead which will take place Jar;! ,, 22 at the home of Mr. and Mr-ii!* Henry Thomas at Chicago. Th'WEf couple will live in Chicago. tf$| --o-Buy IVar Savings Bonds an I Stamps from your Globe-Gazett'f carrier boy. Put 7 p»»i«iVa-tro-nol up each nostril. It (1) shrinks swolkn membranes, (2) soothes irritation, (3) helps dear cold- ! clogged nose. p - n -- Winter Wools! Many'Colors Many Styles Dresses that are really products of artistry . . . Dresses t h a t represent values much higher than our "January Special" offerings. A Large Selection at $7.00 "See Ton Tomorrow"

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