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February 9, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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SOCIETY: EVENTS Candidates Are Received by Chapter Degrees were conferred on 4 new candidates and 2 candidates were taken in by affiliation at the meeting of Unity Chapter No. 58 Order of Eastern 'Star, Tuesday evening at a special meeting in the Masonic temple with Mrs. C. W. Corby, warthy matron, in charge. ' Announcement was made of a stated meeting to b'e held March 7 when the degree will be conferred, followed by a social hour. There will be a school of instruction March 14 at 1 o'clock in the Masonic temple with Alma Freeman of Clear Lake, district instructor No. 4, in charge. A 6:30 dinner will be followed by the conferring of the degree. The Order 'of the Rainbow for Girls will meet .Friday evening 'in the Masonic temple with Arlene Thrams, worthy adviser, in charge of the business session. The Mother's club of the Rainbow Girls will meet in the P. G. and E. with Mrs. Jack Farrer as hostess March 2. Lunch was served in the dining room, followed by a social hour. ' Meeting of Trinity L. D. R. Is Conducted Trinity L. D. R. met at the home of Mrs. Richard Banken, 18 20th S. E. with Mrs. Hoyt Gaarder and Miss Helen Hogen assisting. Miss Esther Simonson presented a discussion of the book ."Prayer" by Hallesby, Miss Velva Thompson led in devotions, and Miss Beatrice Brunsvold read the meditation before the worship offering. ' Guests included Lucille Gilchrist, Darlene Hans, Dorothy Brower, Alva and Berniece Holstad. The next meeting will be Feb. 21, a dinner meeting at 7 at the Adams home with the business meeting and . program following. The council will meet on Feb. 14 at 24 10th. N. W, at 8 p. m: Mrs. Melvin Manuel Honored, at Shower Thirty-seven friends and relatives ' gathered at the James .A. Manuel home, 522 8th S.E-, Tuesday afternoon for a miscellaneous shower : honoring Mrs. Melvin J. Manuel. Gifts : were presented to Mrs. Manuel and : refreshments were : servedi · Mrs.' Manuel was lona Asbe of Clear Lake- before her recent marriage. .She and Cpl. Manuel . will ' leave Saturday for the west coast where she will resume her Work ; in Portland, Ore., and he will -report to Fort Lewis, Wash., for assignment in the air corps. This is his first furlough since entering the : service Oct. 7, 1941. He has been on duty in the Aleutians for the past 19 months. WILSON PARENTS · - "· ' CONDUCT SESSION Wilson Parent Education group met Tuesday evening at the horrie of Mrs. Ed Huser, 925 3rd S. W., for a panel discussion of "Does Your Child Feel Secure?" Mmes K. A. Vandebrook, .Sam- Bowers and Kenneth Thompson composed the panel. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Huser and Mrs. G Gooder. It was decided not to use the panel system at the nexi meeting. __ o -MONROE- WASHINGTON P. T. A. BOARD MEETS Monroe-Washington P. T. A. board met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Grippen 1107 Pennsylvania N. E., when plans were made for a meeting Thursday afternoon at the school 175 Co'uples Are Present for Dance One hundred and seventy-live couples, members of the Catholic Daughters of America, Knights of Columbus and friends, danced to the music of Carl Bean and his orchestra Tuesday night in the Moose hall. · " · Mrs. Jake Douglas and her committee, .representing the C. D. A. and Frank- Swed and committee lor the K., G., were in charge ot arrangements. Plans 'were made for another dance in April and for a card party at a later'date. . The dance followed the meeting of the C.. D. A. at the hall with Mrs. Tim Phalen, grand regent, in charge. Plans were made for a class, of members in April. The next-'Cy.D. A. meeting will be March 14 with Mrs. Clint Conrey, Mrs. Mary Tracy, Mrs. N. P. Van Maren, Mrs. Hose Gearhart Mrs. Helen Kramer and Mrs. Gertrude Johnson in charge. Books 500 Bands Fort Jackson, S. Car., (U.B-- When Sgt. Maury SheinfieJd,' attached to Fort Jackson's station hoospital leaves the army--he'll probably have a record as a band booker. So far since his service in the army, he has booked 500 bands -rp. L's call him the "Meyer Davis of Fort Jackson." DRESSY, BUT -NEAT. Blue and white checked silk blouse with white pique collar, cuffs and open dickey is worn by Olivia de Havilland in BKO Radio's "Government Girl." The skirt is navy blue and has a high waist-line belt treatment.- Mrs. G. W. Cady will speak on 'The P. T. A. Keeps Safe With America." At the,, close of the meeting, r e f r e s h m e n t s were served. --o-ST. DOROTHY'S CIRCLE MEETS St. Dorothy's circle met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs: W. R. Swanson,. 609 Maryland S. E., with Mrs. Ted Cordle assisting. There were 15 members and 2 guests. present and a social hour followed the business meeting. Refreshments were served. --o-MARRIAGE LICENSES ' ISSUED IN ALGONA Algona -- Wedding licenses granted within the past week were issue'd to Harold Koppen ot Lakota and Darlene Ixjwery of Elmore and to Edward J. Garni an and Arlene Frances Studer, both of Mason City. o --O-COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED Garner--County Clerk Elmer Raw issued 3 marriage licenses the past week to George F. Alke, 25, Titbnka, and Miss Verna B. Hoick, 26, Britt; Harvey D. Mitchell, Setter, Nebr., and Miss Thelma Elila Rogness of Forest City; and to Newell James Brown, 26, Woden, and Miss Verna Marie Gauken, 24, Britt. --o-Won't Allow Girl in Slacks in Ballroom Kansas City, Iff)'--A girl wearing slacks entered a hotel ballroom \yith her escort. Carl Gebert, assistant manager, politely explained slacks weren't considered appropriate attire for dancing there. The girl smiled, tripped to the powder room and returned shortly with no; slacks visible. Then she danced all evening-her trousers rolled up under her coat. Not In His Line Madison. Wis., (U.Ri--A land- stranded bluejacket s t u d y i n g radio at the University of Wisconsin heard of a fellow who might tatoo a hula girl on.his chest. He hunted up the artist and asked him. The fellow crinkled up shaggy brows and said he was TRY THIS TEMPTING TOAST TREAT! Xows the time for delicious, nourishing- t o a s t dishes! Easy to prepare, they help make hard-lo- get-foods go further and save on points. Make your toast with BETSY ROSS E N R I C H E D WHITE BREAD. Every slke toasts perfectly to a crispy fold- en-brown. Rich In food- enercr, too, plus vitamin B,, RibpfUvin (Vitamin ;), niacin and iron. AVatch this space for mor6 toast recipes made with BETSY ROSS ENRICHED WHITE BREAD. Order a loaf today. ENRICHED WHITE BREAD sorry he couldn't. John Steuart urry is better known as a painter of murals. Garden Worth $120 Amherst, Mass., flJ.fi)--The Massachusetts state college, extension service has some encouraging figures for struggling victory gardeners. The service says that the cash value of a home garden 50 feet by 100 feet at present retail prices will total more than 5120. SHEPARD TALKS ON LAND VALUES Discusses Inflation at Realtors Meeting', The North Central Iowa Real Estate Board held its regular monthly meeting at the Cerro Gordo hotel' Tuesday evening when Hugh H. Shepard, president of the Shepard Abstract company, conducted a forum on "Farm Land, in Regard to Values. Inflation or Not." ' ·' . · ' · ' · · · / · · · He read many letters received as .a result of his own prognostications recently printed in. the Jan. 1, 1944, New Year edition of the Globe-Gazette. Most of these letters came from, prominent economists, including federal governmental officials close to the situation, and most of whom were fear- *ul of severe inflation in land values particularly at and from the close.of the present war. Legislation designed to. curb severe inflation, recently proposed by Iowa's own Senator Guy Gillette, also was discussed by Mr. Shepard. The part Realtors could and must play in the fight on inflation in farm land values was brought out by Mr; Shepard. Realtors present included Ivan A. Barnes, George A. RomeV, Leonard H. Hud, W. L. Patton, A. W. Stubbs and Allen F.-Beck, Mason City; L. O." Stuart and Robert Galloway, Clear Lake; T. W. and Andrew. Gilpin, Northwood; and Alton Sanders, Charles City. Affiliates included Murray Olsen and Francis Darland, First- National Bank, Mason City; Frank Nies, abstractor, Charles City; and Mr. Shepard. Mr. Witzel, salesman for Alton Sanders, Charles City, was present as a'guest. , - SPEAKS AT CORNELL--On the annual lecture course at Cornell college Thursday Is Rose Bum Lee, Chinese woman author and lecturer, who experienced 18 months of almost daily bombing in Canton. She has an American university education and was for a time president of the women's international club of Cauton. i DIES IN CALIFORNIA Ackley--Word was received by relatives here of the death of Mrs. Beka Herman, 86, former Ackley resident, at Long Beach, Car., Sunday. Mustering Out Pay Procedure Gven by Local Office Following is the procedure for navy or army discharged men to follow in order to receive the mustering out pay as provided by the mustering out act signed by the president, according to information received from the local navy recruiting office. Men discharged after the act was signed, about Jan. 28, according to .the announcement, need not make an application. Men discharged before that date must send their service number or file number in the case of officers, to one of the -following addresses: Navy officers: N a v y Department, Chief of Naval Personnel Washington, 25, D. C. Navy enlisted men: Navy Department, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Field Branch, 13th and Euclid, Cleveland, 15, Ohio. -Marine Corps (officers and men): Commandant, M a r i n e Corps, Washington, 25, D. C. Coast G u a r d Officers: Coast Guard Headquarters, Washington, ·--"t Q- C,' · Coast G u a r d enlisted men: Navy Department, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Field Agent Put in 1-A Lawton, Okla., «J,P)--Being a farmer will win a draft deferment but being a farm agent is one way to get a 1-A classification, Calvin E. Horn has discovered. The Comanche county farm agent, father of 2 children, has been placed in 1-A by his original draft board in neighboring Garvin county. 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