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s Women's Reserve to Have- 1st Mason City Enlistment Totals 5 With"-a record year behind it, the'U, S.-Marine corps women's reserve will observe its first anniversary on Feb. 13. Looking |j_ back over'· its growth during its' ' first year Col. Ruth Cheney Streeter reveals that the reserve is at present ahead o£ enlistment schedules. : . Mason City has 5 serving in the . Marine women's reserve: Lt. De- loiirise Layman, daughter of Mrs. H. A. Layman, . 324 6th N. W.; stationed at Parris Island, S. Car., Sgt. Florence Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hansen, 815 Washington 'S. W., stationed at San Francisco; Sgt. Dorothy Siesseger, daughter of Mrs. Etta Siesseger, 107 1st S. E., stationed in Chicago; Pvt. Jean Cadwell, daughter of C. A. Cadwell, 312 f, 7th N. W, stationed in Arlington, 1 Vs., and Pyt. Evelyn Grunz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Grunt, 916 llth N. E, stationed at Cheery Point,. N, Car. The women Marines have made this rapid advance from a small nucleus staff in 12 months of the hardest kind of work. Faced with intricate organization problems last February 13th, the Reserve has moved ahead to the point , where it is now' steadily feeding .Sthe regular. Marine- corps . with [fivomen to replace men. ' ; The training program for women Marines parallels that for men. Under. the schedule there are 6 weeks.of basic training. This, in most ..'respects, is the same program, given the regulars. It is marked by. emphasis .oh indoctrination, drilling; and discipline. At the. end of '"boot' camp" the woman marine is sent to specialist school and'then,assignea to active duty. \ . . - ' . ' · ' . · · As announced a year ago at its conception, the Marine corps women's 'reserve is designed to t -. train women to relieve regular Marines for combat duly. In the : past year thousands of women in forestry green have been trained in everything from radio operator's course at Oxford, Ohio, to the motor transport school at New River, N.rQar. Courses include-instruction in link trainers, .photography, bookkeeping, cryptography, and all the fields of activity covered by ,the regular Marine corps itself. The 'Marine corps women's reserve has recorded an enlistment pace the past 12 months of more than a thousand enlistees a month. The goal of 18,000 women Marines will be reached in July .of 1944-if the present enlistment -pace continues. As.they celebrate .: their,first anniversary the-women '· Marines "lep-Vthat'· the -*ru'e proof ··'of Jtheir/siiccess is the ungrudging : respect arid 'admiration- of the regular Marines. PROMOTION -- L u c i l l e L. Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pierce, 125 Jackson S. W., has been promoted to the rank of storekeeper 2/c in the WAVES and transferred from San Francisco to the Encinal Terminal at Almeda, Cal. Miss Pierce enlisted in the WAVES in December of 1942. She had, her indoctrination at Hunter the following March and. later Attended stroekeep- er's school in Boston. Darlene Newhouse Weds Ernest Kelch Corvvith--The marriage of Miss Darlene Elaine Newhouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Newhouse o£ Mclntyre, to Ernest Kelch, was solemnized at St. John's Catholic church in Des Moines u Feb. 5 by the Rev. Father Kane. . The bride was attended by Miss Anita Fraser. John Kelch attended Mis brother. . B o t h Mr. and Mrs. Kelch are employed in Des Moines, Mrs. Kelch with the Solar Air Craft company as a welder and Mr. Kelch with the Des Moines Water company. They will be at home in Des Moines. --- °~- Obermeir-Zidlicky Nuptials Are Held Chester--Miss Orpha Zidlicky and Milton Obermeir were married Feb. 4 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Zid- licky, the Rev. Mr. Hornick of Saratoga officiating. Janice Zid- licky was flower girl and Jay Lomica was ring bearer. They were attended by the bride's brother Arthur Zidlicky, and the-bridegroom's sister, Koleen Obermeir After a short wedding trip he wil" leave for Sheppard Field,-.Texas and the bride will continue teaching irj a rural school near home. Buy War Savings Bonds anc Stamps from your Globe-Gazetti carrier boy. Amazing Cough Relief, Mixed In Your Kitchen No Trouble. No Cooking. Saves Big Dollars. Yes, ma'am, right in your own kitchen, you can easily mix a cough medicine that is a wonder for Quick results, and srives you about four times as much for your money. Ana it's no trouble--a child could do it. _.S UU necd a sy^P. 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Study Clubs Spend Time at Dressings Two study clubs devoted their meeting time Monday afternoon :o making surgical dressings for the Red Cross at the North Federal workroom, U. G. L. and H. E. O :lubs meeting there. Twentieth Century club was entertained Monday at the home of Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 6th N. W., and the program included current events by Miss Laura Kern and a discussion of David Livingston Henry Stanley and Jan Christian Smuts by Mrs. Frank Goodman. Mrs. C. S. Pack, 1315 Pennsylvania S. E., was hostess to the T. A. E. club Monday at her home. Mrs. George O'Neill reviewed "Between Tears and Laughter" by Lin Yutang. Mrs. Byrn Smith and Mrs. C. D. Yoddy of Freeport, 111., were guests. Maria Mitchell club met Monday at the home of Mrs R. B Irons, 825 2nd S. W., and the time was devoted to a talk on Syria by Mrs. L. R. Roberts and reading from act 3 of "Anthony and Cleopatra." Midland club's meeting was conducted at the home of Mrs. Herman Meyer, 115 6th N W. Monday, following a 1:15 lunch- con. The members gave current events and Mrs. Herman Green led the lesson on Russia. Miss Phyllis'Sharp, Frank Tourtelotte Married at Clarion Clarion--The First Congregational church of Clarion was the scene of a wedding Feb. 6 when Miss Phyllis M a x i n e Sharp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Sharp, became the bride o£ Frank W. Tourtelotte, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Tourtelotte, the Rev, Ralph J. Beebe officiating. ' Organ selections were played by Mrs. -W. D. Pardun ES the guests assembled. Billy Sharp and Jim Day acted as ushers. Miss Shirley Sharp, sister of the bride, sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bridesmaid was Miss Margaret Campbell-and Robert Middleton served as best man. Following the ceremony refreshments were served to 40 guests at the home of the bride's parents Assisting with the serving were Miss June McCormick, Shirley Sharp, Norma Jean Sharp, Mrs H. M. Knutson and Mrs. Elva Whiteside. Mrs. Tourtelotte is a graduate of the Clarion high school following which she was employed in the First National bank of Clarion Mr. Tourtelotte was graduated from the Clarion high school and has since been engaged in farming. After a short trip to Des Moines they will make their home on a farm northeast o£ Clarion. --o-Richardson-Coote Wedding Announced Mrs. Carrie E. Wolfe of Wilmington, Del., announces the marriage of her granddaughter, Miss Martha E. Coote, to Cpl. John T Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs Thomas C. Richardson, 821 SoutI Federal, performed Oct. 27 jn the parsonage of 'the Brandywin Methodist church by the Rev. Ro' T. Thawley pastor. Miss Juli; O'Rourke and Richard G. Irwii of Wilmington attended the couple. Cpl. Richardson is stationec at Fort Dupont. WeVe Moved . : . OUR FLOWER SHOP TO A NEW LOCATION 115 NORTH FEDERAL AVENUE Next Door to the Green Mill Cap and Bag Stop in and See Us Soon H's not too early to order Your Valentine Flowers KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE « So. 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Auxiliary Activities Scheduled Preparations are being made for-a patriotic tea for members and those eligible to membership in the Veterans of Foreign Wai- auxiliary to be held on Washington's birthday at the V. F W hall. A musical; program has been arranged by Mrs. W. B. McClellan and Mrs/Emma Duncan. A\' mothers, wives and sisters of mer overseas will be invited to attend The "auxiliary has completec sending Valentines to all men anc women in tHe service who are members or sons of members o the local unit. An assortment of magazines material for carpet weaving anc playing cards is being shipped to the Veterans hospital at'Knox- ville this week under the supervision of Mrs. Basil Kintz, hospi- fal chairman' The auxiliary will join the pos members in a dinner Feb. 29 to celebrate their membershin driv now in progress. Mrs. Arnold Tilton is chairman of the/auxiliary membership committee. The auxiliary will hold its regular monthly business meeting Feb. 9 at 8 o'clock. A class " candidates will be given the membership obligation by Mrs Elmer Zeigler in March at which time it is hoped to have the new department president, Mrs. Hedwig Olson of Denison, here. The charter will be draped foi the late department president Mrs. Madeline Walsh, who died Feb. 5. Election of officers anc trustees will be held. FRANCES WILLARD TEA IS PLANNED W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for a Frances Willard tea at the home of Mrs. L. T. Hawkins, 109 Jefferson N. W. The Rev Hoy R. Johnston, pastor of the Free Methodist church, will speak and there will be special music. The meeting will be open to the public. "v SOLDIERS VISIT Britt--Pvt. George Hinrichs arrived for a furlough Irom Camp Dix, N. J., to visit his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hinrichs, a brother, Sgt. Herbert Hinrichs arrived home to see his brother whom he had not seen for 2 years. Herbert recently returned from Europe and was In the Tunisian and all of the African cfim- paign and is now stationed in Camp McCoy, Wis., as an'instruc- tor. 40 Present _ at Wesleyan Guild Dinner After a dinner served to 40 of its nembers and their guests in the ;hurch dining room, the Wesleyan Service guild conducted a business session with Miss Mabel Sucher, president, in charge. The group adjourned to the youth chapel, and -before a worship center of "Madonna of the Olive," 6 young women of the organization presented a lesson 'Students In Our Schools." Miss Nelda Smith presented Nina Alleman, Nadine Hansen, Elsie Roseman, Ruth Clapper arid Grace Curran as representing a Japanese-American in the national training school at Kansas City; an English refugee girl' a Brazilian youth; a Spanish-speaking American; and an Alaskan girl. Other schools besides ' the Methodist supported^ one in Kansas City whose work was described were: Holding institute, Laredo, Texas; Scarrit college, Nashville, Tenn.; Seward orphanage, Seward, Alaska; Hitter hall for Girls, Augusta, Ga. The worship service was conducted around the subject o£ "God's Truth Abideth Still," which was led by Miss Gertrude Sigler, assitsant to the pastor of First church. Miss Bertha Patchen accompanied the singing. Phyllis Rogers Goes to Naval Training School at Stillwater Phyllis Rogers, seaman second class, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rogers, 214 9th N. W., has completed her basic training and indoctrination course at the naval training school for WAVES, The Bronx, New York, and is proceeding to U. S. naval training schooi (Y-W), A M college, Stillwater Okla. Before she entered the naval service. Seaman Rogers was employed by Senneff Duncan She is a graduate of Mason Citj' high school. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO. Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE ^ Pork In The Menu (Point-rationed items are starred) Victory Kabobs Browned Sweet Potatoes Enriched Bread Grape Butter Salad Fresh Gingerbread Coffee (Recipes Serve 4) Victory Kabobs *li pound veal cutlet or boneless steak k °',i pound boneless pork 1/3 cup flour 3 /2 teaspoon salt Vi teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon finely chopped onions 4 tablespoons meat drippings 01 *fat, melted 1/3 cup water v Cut meat into inch squares Alternate veal and pork on long skewers -- metal preferred. Dip into flour blended with seasonings. Arrange in shallow, greased pan. Add rest of ingredients and cover. Cook an hour in oven o on top of stove. Carefully turn ti allow for even browning, B 1T$ ABOUT'EM Mr. and Mrs. Bill Evans havi returned to Cuero, Texas, when Mr. Evans is an instructor a Brayion Flying field, after a vici in Mason City. Mrs. Byrn Smith has arrivec from Santa Maria, Cal., where shi and Capt. Smith hay e been making their home and will be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fischbeck, 1125 West State fo some time. Mrs. Ruth U. Guyer of Brook- lino, Mass., is visiting at the horn of her brother, Paul C. Troe»ei 639 Connecticut S. E. Miss Marilyn Forbes, daughter of Maj. and Mrs. L. L Forbes 1023 Jefferson N. W., and Mi" Dorothy Inglis of Hampton have been initiated into Kappa Kapp; Gamma sorority at the Universit oMowa. Mrs. Glen WaJace, 61G Carolin, S. E., spent Monday in Des Moine as a delegate from the Cerro Gor do and Mason City units of thj United Service Women at a U £ W. conference at Drake univer 5!ty. Mrs. Wallace acted as accom panist for patriotic music at th session. Mrs. C. D. Yordy of Freeport 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. C S. Pack, 1315 Pennsylvania S. E. MADISON 1ST GRADE SELLS WAR STAMPS Madison 1st grade sold $107.7 worth of war stamps in a singl day, Monday, at the school. Th Pearl Harbor day collection fo war stamps amounted to $8.90. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT ALLISON Allison--Marriage licenses U sued in Allison went to Paul E Wolf, 22, Greene, and Bernic Steere, 18. Greene; Clarence Eller man, 27, Clarksville v and Ruth M Green, 24, Clarksville. CLARION COUPLE LICENSED TO WED Clarion--A marriage license ha been issued to Paul Mraz, 27, Clar ion, and Theresa Diemerly, 21 Clarion. --o-Buy War Savings Bonds am Stamps from your Globe-Gazeft carrier boy. * SOCIAL + CALENDAR TUESDAY go Igo club-G:30, Jefferson amber room. Yemen's Symphony-7, Music hall. Daughters of Penelope-7:30, church hall. United Chapter No. 58 O. E. S -7:30, Masonic temple.* ·. Dorothy's circle-7:30, Mrs. W. R. Swanson, 609 Maryland S. E. Vest Haven Dorcas circle-7:30, church. D. A.-8, Moose hall. Odd Fellows-3, I. O. Or F. hall. ' Ilio club-Mrs. Hardy Pool, 126 1st S. E. WEDNESDAY Bible class-9:30, Y. W. C. A. Bridge club-1, Mrs. H. J. Bryant, 109 2nd ·S. E. Fortnightly club-1:45, Mrs. Herman Bruns, 215 9th N. W. W. C. T. U.-2, Mrs. L. T. HawkinV 105 Jefferson N. W. Central Heights club-2, Mrs. George Williamson. ·U. G. A. club- Mrs. Christina Hansen. Social Hour club-Postponed one Week. F. V. G.-2, Moose hall, public card party. Centra! Lutheran S. E. group-2:30, Mrs. Clifford Eggert, 308 Tennessee S.-E. Hed Cross Volunteers-7 to 9, surgical dressing room, 211" N. Federal. L. A. to B. of K. T 7:15, Moose hall. Madison P. T. A.-7:30, school. larden club-7:45, Y. W. C. A. Bethlehem Willing Workers-Church social rooms. E. E. E. E. club-- ' 2:30, Mrs. K. V. Mace, 115 7tli N. E, V. F. \V. Auxiliary-8, V. F. W. hall. --o--'· Junior High Students Hear Marine Talk About 600 students at Monro^ junior high school at their genera! assembly Monday heard Pfc Lowell Kocci, Grafton, U. S. marine home on furlough from action at Tarawa on the Gilbert islands tell some things about the invasior of those islands. -. Pfc. Kocei was one of 20 sur- vivprs of the first contingent o 700 that started to make a 'landing at Tarawa. According to Kocci the landing was no picnic. He saic that the marines are always the first to make landings and the army and navy land troops follow up. The fortifications were very good on the island and huge pil boxes had to be taken one at ; time. This, he said, was done bj flame throwers and hand grenades. ' ·· The size of the Japanese soldiers is underrated, as they are al about 6 feet and 1 inch in heigh and weigh 185 to 200 pounds, according to Kocci. He feels that wi have a tough fight before we bea the Japs. Pfc. Kocci received the Purpk Heart d e c o r a t - i o n for being wounded in the battle. The last 30 minutes of the assembly was devoted to asking questions. P. O. Brunsvold, junioi high adviser, was instrumental in procuring Pfc. Kocci for the talk Church Honors Loyal Member at Gathering Scarville--K. N. Knudson w__ honored ^at Immanuel Lutheran church in Scarville after services last Sunday morning. He has been active in the affairs of the church and the community x all his life and served the congregation as it efficient treasurer for more than 25 years. He was the first superintendent of the Sunday cshool Members of the church presentee him with a liberal purse in hono: of the occasion. U. S. W. UNIT 271 CONDUCTS MEETING U. S. W. unit 274 met at til Hi-12 clubrooms Monday nigh with Mrs. Gladys Jiminez i charge. One new member, Mrs. I West, was taken in. The unit wi; meet at 7:30 on every 1st and 3r Monday in the clubrooms for th next 3 months. Chest Colds TahfcveMisay R*w Tested · A D I O N I C H E A R I N G A I D COMMIT! WITH CTOTAl MtCXOrMONE. MMTATUtC KASIO TUMI AMP ·ATTBHO Dr. J. H. Lepper, Opt. 2» 1st SI. S. E. M»on City, U. ON VICTORY GARDENS-- Marioij Olson will be the speaker at fhe meeting of the Mason City Garden club Wednesday evening at 7:45 in the Y. W. C. A-. Mr. Olson will speak on "Victory Gardens." 5rown-Gayken Vows Exchanged at Woden Woden--The marriage of Verna Marie Gayken, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Frank Gayken o£ Britt, o Newell James Brown, son of /Ir. and Mrs. Tver Brown o£ Woden, took- place Feb. 5 at the VIethodist church at Woden with he Rev. Alvin Maberry, pastor, ifli dating. Attendants were Blanche Gay;en of Britt, sister ol the bride, ind Leo Brown of Thompson, :otisin of the bridegroom. Nup- ial music was played by Edythe .'lilbrandt of Butialo Center and flrginia Wolford and Catherine -osgriff sang, accompanied by Lois McCallum, all of Britt. Ushers were Richard and Roberl Brown, brothers of the bridc- ;i-oom. The bride attended the Britt jchool and before her marriage vas employed at the C. P. Lewis itore at Britt. The bridegroom wa: graduated from the Convilh higl school and has been farming for a number of years. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at the VIethodist church basement ai .Voden to a large number of rela- 'ives and friends. Lila Stone ^hrislel Hcsley, Eva Copeland anc Jdythe Milbrandt assisted in serv ng. Thes couple will live on a farm southeast of Titonka after Marcl 1. U. C. T. AUXILIARY MEETS AT LUNCHEON U. C. T. auxiliary was enter tained at a 1 o'clock luncheon a the home oE Mrs. W. A. Cagle, 1 JGth S: E., Monday with Mrs. A. L Schmidt as assisting hostess. Ii contract prizes were won by Mrs Fred Wilts and Mrs. Schmidt. Th club will be entertained in Marcf by Mrs. Wilts and Mrs. Paul Graf at the Wilts home. uesday, Feo. 6, 1m* IASON CITY GLOBE- -, Old Charter of Library Unit Expires Gains in circulation over a year .go were reported at the monthly ession of the board of trustees of he Mason City public library- Monday evening. A communication from Wayne .!. Ropes, secretary o£ state, gave notice that the 50 year corporate charter of the Mason City Reading ioom association, Mason City, owa, Chapter 394, Code 1939, as amended, expired as of Nov. 8, This notice brought to mind he history o£ the public library here which the Mason City Read- ng Room association did so much to foster. Fifty years ago, after doing nuch pioneer work, it succeeded n getting tax support for the 11- jrary. This year marks the 50th year of such support and the trusses decided it should be marked iy a small publication in the na- .ure of a directory of present li- 3rary facilities. The librarian's report showed a gain in circulation of 431 volumes over the same month last year, almost evenly divided between the 1 main library and the' extension agencies. The report also showed that 43 more adults regis- .ered for library cards than in January, 1943. There has been a gain in new Mi-rowers from time to time and considerable increase in reference work; but this month shows the first circulation gain for 2 years and a half. The rent, collection turned in $11.49 more than in January, 1943, and $20.42 more was col- .ected in fines than in the corresponding month last year. The librarian's r e p o r t also showed that the classroom libraries have all been mended and exchanged during the past month. Miss Lydia Barrctte reported on the reserves in reading about the United Nations and mentioned the notes on books which patrons are turning in to share their reading interests in much the same way that the share-the-ride programs have been worked out. --o-Iowa Falls Woman to Mark 92nd Birthday Iowa Falls--Mrs. Emma Shafer will mark her 92nd b i r t h d a y Wednesday. She was born. in. Pennsylvania, and has made her home in Iowa Falls since she was 6 years old with the exception of a few years near Belmond. She has made her home with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Aashman, for a number of years. She has 2 other daughters, Mrs. Oscar Rhodes' pi Mason City, and Mrs. A. R,-,M«nn of Pontiac, Mich.; a son, "Wj t Shafer of Chicago; 17 grandchildren, 62 great grandchildren and 18 great great grandchildren. The flotation method utilizes ores once considered worthless. How Doctor's Formula Peps Up Liver Bile Flow Right Way To Relieve CONSTIPATION T* Feel 'Tip-Top 1 Tomorrow! If liver bile doesn't flow freely every day Into your Intestines--constipation, with Its heaaacaes ana that "half-alive" feeling often result. So pep up your bile flow and see IIQW much better you should feel! Just try Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets-used so successfully for years by Dr. P. il. Edwards for his patients with, constipa- .tlon and sluggish bile. Olive Tablets, being pure!]/ vegetable are wonderful! They not only stimulate bile flow but also assure gentle yet thorough bowel movements. 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