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TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1945 3 Meetings Announced for Month Woman's club board member Heard the report on the successfu presentation oÂ£ the opera, "Car men, at the first meeting of th new year, Tuesday morning in th administration building. Mrs T J. Kiesselbach, gave the report an f? ce i ved a vote of thanks from the board lor her efforts as chair man of the production. George Barrette, editor of th Peoria, HI., Journal Transcript was announced as the speaker fo the January general meeting o the club by Mrs. Howard O'Leary The general program will be Jan 9 at 2 o'clock in the First Metho dist church. Mrs. Marion Olson reported the plans of the current events department, for a program Jan. 23 in the library with Miss Ethel Jones speaking on "Russia and the Far East." Mrs. T. G. Peterson announced the fine arts department's exhibit on Jan. 16 at the library. Art from Mason City, homes will be shown at this meeting and Miss Helen Wright from Wartburg college at Waverly will speak. The drama department wii; serve tea to the exhibitors and guests. Mrs. Peterson also spoke of an exhibit of watercolors by Mrs Leila Briggs, a southern Iowa farm woman, to be on display in the downstairs lobby of the library, The 2nd term of the art class sponsored by the Woman's club was leported by Mrs. Peterson to begin next Wednesday, Jan 10 Designing and making of costume jewelry will be studied under the .direction of Warren Ruby Mrs. T. E. Davidson, president of the club, who presided appointed Mrs. Peterson, Mrs Maryin Wolter, Mrs. Kiesselbach and Mrs. R. E. Smiley to a committee to have charge of purchasing dishes for the Woman's club _ Mrs. Davidson distributed copies of the school code digest and announced a meeting for Jan 10 at 8 o clock in the high school auditorium at which Mrs. Raymond Sayre of Ackworth will speak for the code. The code has the sponsorship of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs of which Woman's club is a member. the Ionia--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright and Marshall Hiner of Floyd who is visiting at the Ray Wright home, Â·were recent guests at the Clinton Roberts Home near Orchard. from . SKIN IRRITATION Â·TOREUEVEsmartiog.burning Â·*Â· and itching of such period;" torment or similar local irritation externally caused-useRESINOL. Itsspecj-allyblendedmedicatioa *nd smooth, oily base act Quickly co soothe raw, chafed parts and so help to quicken healing. latcletnslat. we mild Reboot Soip. s_Succ^s_of Past; Plans For Future ON WED DING TRIP-Staff Sgt WiUifrn F and his bride, the former Miss Ruth Johnson, daughter of Mrs J. A Johnson 642 Carolina S. E., are pictured driving off after thefr *Â· EÂ£ Behan officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Robert, wore a gown oÂ£ white satin brocade .with a high neckline, long pointed sleeves and bouffant skirt ending in a train. Her veil was fingertip length witti a crown of white narcissus. She carried gar- lenias surrounded by narcissus led with white ribbon streamers. The matron of honor, Mrs. R. M. llace, sister of the bride, wore a floor-length gown of peach taffeta nd carried a colonial bouquet of alisman roses, violets and heath- r. The bridegroom's attendant vas D. A. Giesen, brother-in-law f the bride. The bride's mother wore a fig- red jersey dress with dark, ac- essories and a corsage of pink oses and white narcissus. Nuptial nusic during the ceremony was urnished by Sister Mary Rose Vlarie, organist, and Mrs. Tony n aiber, vocalist. . wedding breakfast for Slaves and friends was held at the iotel Hanford following the cere- -nony. The' bride's table was cen- ered with a wedding cake topped y a miniature bride and bride- room. Bouquets of mixed flow- rs and white tapers also dec- rated the table. The couple left for a 10-day 'edding trip to Chicago, after 'hich they will make their home n Vincennes, Ind., where the ridegroom is stationed. He is the on of Mrs. James Cusenbary of anta Ana, Cal. For traveling the bride wore a innamon brown suit with char- reuse accessories and a corsage f talisman roses and violets. Â·*als-Gruis Wedding ield at Meservey Alexander -- Miss Hildegarde ruis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. erman Gruis of Meservey, and rrnal L. Pals of Alexander, son Eva G. Doty, ConardLink Are Married Eva Gennette Doty and Conard R. Link, both of Mason City, exchanged marriage vows in a single ring ceremony Monday afternoon in the club room of the Y. W C A The Rev. Hussell E. Pope, pastor of the Church of the Open Bible officiated. - ' The bride wore a street-length dress of blue wool and rayon and a corsage of red rose, white chrysanthemums and lavender sweet peas. The bridesmaid, Mrs. Floy Link, wore a street-length dress of rose wool. The best man was Almon Link. The ceremony was preceded by nuptial music played by Mrs. Irene- i J e l' and her SQn ' Jeff and included "The Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin" by Wagner, played by Mrs. Fraser; "Woodlin Dreams" by Jean Wiman; violin solo by Jeff Fraser, accompanied by his mother; "At Dawning" by Charles W. Cadman, vocal solo by Mrs Fraser. Following the ceremony more tnan 60 wedding guests were served refreshments in the Y. W. C. A. club rooms. Those seated at the brida'l table besides the bride and bridegroom were the Rev. -and Mis. Russell E. Pope, Mr. and Mrs. A. L; Link, Seward Link and Emery Link Jerry Lewis' Plays Role in Comedy Jerry Lewis, son of Mrs O C Anderson, 410 2nd N. E., and a Mason City high school graduate has a role in the Noel Coward comedy, "Hay Fever," being staged in the Wilshire Intimate theater in the colonial, room of the Ambassador hotel in Los Angeles Mr. Lewis plays the part of Simon Bliss in the comedy which is being staged penthouse style, with the audience seated around the stage. The stage is a rectangular faised platform in the center of the hall and the actors enter, exit and do much of their playing through the audience. A blackout takes the place of a curtain The style was developed by the Penthouse theater of Seattle, Wash. -- -o-Bonnie Ellifritz, Donald Youngwirth Married at Church Luverne-- Miss Bonnie Lee Elli- iritz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B L. Ellfritz, Luevrne, and Donald JosephYoungwirth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Youngwirth, Luverne V l ere v, m j? rri e d at the Catholic T h w c St. Benedict, by the Rev. J. N. Nepple.' Miss Donna Dehnert, Luverne was the bride's attendant and De Wayne Gordman, Algona, was best ''".an. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the bridegroom's home where dinner was served to 75 guests. A wed- amg dance was given at the Klicn- P - h a U After a short To Relieve Bad Cough In a Hurry, Mix This at Home Swift Acting, and Saves Big Money. Easily Mixed. You'll be surprise d ho w quickly an Â«asuy you can relieve cougsdue to colds, when you try this splendid recipe, mixed in your own kitcfien It gives you about four times as much cougn syrup fop your money anc yÂ«Â«iand itwonaerfuUorreal reliel Mafce a syrup by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar and one cup of S? Â«F; J .*Â·Â«* momentg,untU dissolved. No cooking- jieeded-- it's no trouble at or liquid u put - ot Pines (obtained A to a pint bot- ftl'' - Â» your syru P and you have a full pint of medicine that will amaze you by Its quick action. 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Poppen at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Florence Pals, sister of the bride, and Lambert H. Pals of Meservey, attended the couple. Miss Marjorie Gruis, sister of the bride, played the wedding march ana; Miss Loretta Pals, sister of the bridegroom, sang. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Following the reception, the couple left on a short wedding trip, and will be at home on a farm near Alexander The bride is a graduate of the Meservey high school, attended Central college at Pella, and for the past four years, has taught schools in Franklin and "Wright counties. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Alexander high school and is engaged in farming. BITS ABOUT'EM Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E." Worth of Chicago spent New Year's with Mrs. Werth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gashel, 804- 15th N E Mr. Werth returned to Chicago Monday night while Mrs. Werth will remain for a month's visit with her parents. Judith Ann is the name chosen by Lt. and Mrs. George H Gitz for their daughter, born Dec. 29. Lt. Gitz-who is at Stewart field! West .Point, N. Y., where he is station veterinarian, is the son of S r 'J ln Â£ J ? rs - Geor Â£ e H. Gitz, H36 west State, and Mrs. Gitz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Woodson, Bay Village, Ohio - . r a s o r t wedding trip to Des Moines they will be at home on the Frank Youngwirth farm north of town. Preschool Mothers Club Plans Session Preschool Mothers club will meet Wednesday evening at 8 p clock at the administration build- nif-i^TM ffiss'Atton Smith of the Child Welfare station of the University oÂ£ Iowa. SOCIAL HONORED ON ANNrVER5ARv TUT ., *, Photo b * Russell be a panel discussion ime Blues" with Mrs K A. Vandebrook who will be in charge and the panel will include Mrs. Jacob Magnani, Mrs. Loren Voss and M r" Â°p ' ~ ' . E. Albaugh. All mothers of children of preschool age may attend the meeting. Laura Burshee Wed to Franklin Beard Decorah-- Franklin Beard, son of Mr, and Mrs. William Beard of iJecorah, and Miss Laura Burshee daughter of Charles Burshee of Des Moines, were married Jan 1 at the home of Mrs. Mines, aunt of the bride, in Burlington. The ceremony was witnessed by a company of relatives. Mr. Beard is engaged brnfh 3 "" 1 * brother, COUS'MDSCtEWNES.PHNS quickly relieved by Penetro-- Grandma's old-time mutton, euet ideadevelpped tFmoderastiencs int03counter-irritant,vÂ»poruing BalvEthatbringsqmck,comfort- ing relief. 25c, doable siÂ»35c. P E N E T R O BASE RJCM IN uirrrnu ciTST All Â»baat tlio nwrert creation* at ^ew ncieatLsti--aoro deliclou*. - Rbnudnt VeocUblo*; mom .motocolorfQlFlowarÂ»,AmÂ«- _ leading SÂ«d Catatc 'pictures of Â»JI leading W. ATLEE BURPEE CO. 9C7 BwÂ»cc Btrfdmr, CfirttM. (Â·Â«Â· D Scnd 5 PVÂ«. Ruip^ Giant Zinni NÂ». 7SSS (ratuc 75cX Etidoscd i Scedi lislOc. 987 Burpee Bulldin Clinton, Iowa Royal Doutfon WeJ 3 wood Haviland Minron Bone China WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE --., IÂ»A*UCUII, junior, near De,- , V wh ere a home will be established. Knitters Are Asked to Turn in Complete Garments in Khaki Mrs. E. E. Hersey, Red Cross knitting chairman, has asked that all completed khaki garments be turned in at the knitting headquarters in the Lincoln school Wednesday afternoon between 1 and 4:30 o'clock. Those who have completed their knitting are asked by Mrs. Hersey to bring not only the completed articles, but also the unused yarn. JOSS EMMA MILLER HOSTESS TO GROUP Miss Emma Miller entertained a group of friends at a party at her home, 1415 Delaware S. E., orrNew Year's day. Games and contests were held and refreshments were served. VISrFHOMES Marble Rock--Among the Marble Rock young people who are home for the holidays are Joanne Fillemvorth, Dorothy Gass and Grace Ott from Iowa City I,a Vpnne, La Vera and Lelah Nash, Dick Nysteun from Cedar Falls- Lorraine Ewald and Frances Kmgery from Mason City. Kensett--Miss Grace Gaarder, a faculty member of the Chicago schools, has concluded her stay in Kensett at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Olaf Gaarder and returned to her duties ' In a candlelight ceremony Miss Jeanne Elizabeth Calkins daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A! Calkins, became the bride of Andrew Milan Graham, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. P. Mankin of Gary Ind., on New Yearfe eye at the Grace Evangelical church, with the Rev. D. A. Calkins of Toledo grandfather of the bride, reading the double ring ceremony. Â· The couple was attended by Miss Glennys E. Murren of Washington, D. C., and Donald M Calkins, S-2-C, brother of the bride. Allan Calkins, brother of the bride, and Russell Lock were ushers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, .wore a gown of ivory faille taffeta fashioned with a tight fitting bodice and long sleeves trimmed with lace. The full skirt extended in a train and her fingertip veil was held with a seed pearl tiara. She carried a ' Sd^nrsweetrsliet'wiln ^ ^^GRAHAiM satin streamers^ Her only jewelrv* was a double strand of pearls, a gift oÂ£ the bridegroom. The maid of honor was gownec in forest green faille taffeta fashioned in bustle style and having a sweetheart neckline. She had a matching Juliet cap trimmed with Photo by Lock FOR C O L D STUFFED NOSES 2 drops m eÂ«ch noetril .v breathe freer. Caotion: only u directed. KKETMMOSEOIttK FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL' PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 3758 SIZES 13-42 This simple jumper teams successfully with a tailored or frilly blouse _ performing wardrobe stretching wonders. 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Preceding the ceremony Miss Madelyn Baker sang "The Lord's Prayer" and while the bridal party was at the altar, she sang "Always." A reception for about 50 guests was held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. The table was centered with a 3-tier wedding cake topped with a minature bride and bridegroom. Mrs. J. W. Dyer and Mrs ^Â·J" y halen Poured and Miss Mildred Dyer was in charge of the guest book. *,. Mr , s ; G r a n a m is-a graduate of the Mason City high school and for the past 3 years has been employed by the war department in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Graham was recently honorably d i s charged from the army .of the United States after 2 years service. . After a short wedding trip, the WhenYourlnnards" ore Crying the Blues WHEN CONSTIPATION nukes yoa ,Â«, ptrnk u the dickens, tnngs on Â«om.e" w i i ' ,- Â» Â« Cjldwell's famous medicine to aiickiT the tngger on jÂ«y "iniuds". and help yon feel bright Â«na chipper Â«gÂ«iiu 0*. CALOWILL-S is the wonderful aemÂ» Itilhve contained in good old Srrup Pep- sm to make it so easy to Uke. Â· HANV DOCTORS Â« e pepsin preparations inpresmpbonstoinakeuiemedicineniore palatableand agreeable to take. So oesnre your UxaUre iscontainedinSyrup Pepsin. INSIST ON D*.c*uÂ«rEi.L'S-- thefaTorite or mfflion, for 50 years, an d f e el uWhoIe- some relief from constipation. Even finicky children love it. Â· * CAUTION: Use only as directed. 'R.CAIDWEITS SEWAIAXAT1VE TUESDAY Trinity Grant circle-7:30, Mrs. Steve Vician 18 Virginia S. E. Unity chapter 58, OES 7:30, Masonic temple. West Haven Dorcas circle 7:30, church. Immanuel Martha society 8, Mrs. Howard Gage 107 29th S. W. " Central Labor Body .auxiliary-8, Labor hall. Bethlehem Tabitha circle 8, Mrs. Irvin Schaper, 843 llth Bethlehem Elizabeth circle-8, Mrs. John Schneider, 1603 Pennsylvania N. E. Moose lodge-8, Moose hall. W. K. C.-2, Legion hall. Women's Catholic Foresters-7:30, P. G. .E. auditorium. Women of Moose chairmen 8, Moose hall. * Navy Mothers club 7:30, Service Men's club. WEDNESDAY Loyal Ten club Postponed to Jan. 10. D. A. R 1, Mrs. F. G. Carlson, 511 E. Bethlehem Naomi circle Mrs. Raymond Gruben, Portland. AH-City P. E. G. ' 1:30, administration building N. B. C. club-1:30, Mrs. W. J. Burger, 312 Vermont S. E. Chapter GN, P. E. O 1, Y. W. C. A.. Chapter IW, f. K. o.- 2, Mrs. F. B. Ada'ms N. W. Chapter DZ^P. E. O 2, Mrs. Draper Long, 1104 \V State. Queen Rebekah circle-2, I. O. O. F. hall. Our Savior Ladies' aid-2, church. Central Lutheran N. E. groun 2:30, Mrs. O. H. Grelk. 730 Carolina N. E. St. James Ladies' aid-2:30, church parlor. B. and O. circle-2-30. Mrs. Oscar Eliason, 516 lt)tn S. E. Christian church fellowship dinner-- Cancelled. Degree of Honor-8, Moose hall. Pre-school Mothers . . Hathaway, 1210 . h. W. V. auxiliary-7:30, Labor hall. Bethlehem Martha circle 8, Mrs. Fred Best, 506 15th S. E. DOUBLE SURPRISE Bristow~-The U. B. church sponsored a double 25th wedding anniversary at the Ray Hahn home iriday night. The parties honored were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hahn and Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dirks. Both the men were soldiers in the World war 1 and members of the American Legion. couple will live in Mason City temporarily until the bridegroom will enroll in Iowa State college at Ames to complete his education. For going away, the bride wore a black and white checked cardigan suit and a black Chesterfield with black accessories Her corsage was an orchid Out oÂ£ town guests at the wedding included the Rev. and Mrs D. A. Calkins of Toledo and Mrs E. R. Dunham of Saluda, grandparents of. the bride. Mrs. Tait Will Speak at Session Mrs. William Tait will be the speaker at the meeting of the Service Wives dub Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the Y W C A Mrs. Tait was formerly" with the Red Cross in England and will talk on her experiences. Refreshments-will be served at toe close of the meeting. The committee m charge includes Mrs. Al Christiansen, Mrs. James Brown and Mrs. LaVerne Johnson. Members who are planning to attend have been asked to'eall the Y. W. C. A. before 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The organization is for wives of Â· the Y. W. Miss MyrtieÂ°Bernt, Harold Kreimeyer Say Nuptial Vows A c k l e y -- M i s s Myrtle Alice Bernt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Paul Berndt of Mildale, Saskatchewan, Canada, and" Harold Kreimeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aue- ust Kreimeyer, Ackley, were married Dec. 16, in the chapel of the First Presbyterian church _, ,Â£ a . Texa s, Chaplain Warren E. Murphy of the Pampa army aor field officiating. Attendants were M/Sgt. and Mrs. E. C Livingston. : Mrs. Kreimeyer, a registered nurse, will continue in her profession. 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