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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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jGardee Chib_^mbers Get Advice on Summer's VLE. oison Is Speaker Session B Mason City Garden club mem- |b«rs.made plans for victory gar- Bdenihg at their meeting Wednes- J day evening at the Y. W. C. A. ·.with Marion Olson as the speaker Kof the evening. I? Mr. Olson pointed out that the K victory garden program was a ·.tremendous success last summer I) and said that lowans were exit ceedingly fortunate in having an l;unusual season for producing I'vegetables. He pointed out that ·.there were places where exces- Ijsfve, drouth cut down the pro- The speaker said that the gov- Kernment is asking an increase in ·.Victory gardening next year and Ijthat because a large amount of Kseed has 'been shipped to Rus- isia, the seed here will be scarcer |ftut there will be enough. K Mr. .Olson discussed various Inspects of where to plant, how miiany rows, how much seed and preparation of the soil. He said *hat no family will plant the same R/egetables; depending on family ffikes and dislikes, diet 'and I'udget. "The result of the garden defends on how thoroughly the Ixd bed has been prepared," he Ijiid. He advised the extensive t?e of victory garden' fertilizer JUd said that if there is an un- Ptually dry season, this is e'spe- (Lally helpful. "Everyone was conscious of ··garden pests and plant diseases Blast summer," he said, and listed I; calcium arsenate or lead arsenate, if dusting sulphur, hydrated lime, Bordeaux mixture and nicotine sulphate as among the insecticides which are useful. C. F. Weaver, victory garden I chairman, spoke briefly on the [: plans being set up for the victory "A garden program this year. A pe- [riod of questions followed the [."talk. T Mrs. Charles Grippen, program n chairman, presented the speaker 1 Mrs. A. L. Peterson, president I presided during the business "=es- |:sion. A letter of appreciation for U the shrubbery and bulbs provided :for Fort Des Moines by the club [iwas read. At the close of the evening, the L members visited the new clown- Mown Kemble flower shop at 115 [.North Federal. --o-S ANDE -McCONNELL Decorah--Miss Anna Marie Mc- J Connell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs I'Terry McConnell of Bluffton k township, became the bride of Ben |Sande, son of Mrs. Sarah Sande of tDecorah, Feb. 1, in Decatur, 111., in B5t- Patrick's parsonage^ Mr. and JMrs. T. J. Sexton attended the icouple. They will live in Decatur (2 few chops IF YOUR NOSE ·ClOSESUP* TONIGHT ·Put 3-»nKVa-tro-noImeach I: nostril, it (i) shrinks swollen TM? nlB S nes ' 2) wothes Irritation, 1(3) relieves transient nasal con- f ""0" . - - and brings greater Jbreatbing comfort. BM«M* "*»$ [ in folde It's Versatile This charming pinafore is s pretty, and so useful too. It car turn its back to the sun, if yo choose, and by adding the attrac live blouse,.or the jacket, you'r smartly dressed for the street. No. 2761 in size 16 requires 3V yards 35 inch fabric for jumper 1% yards 35 inch fabric fo blouse; 2V 4 yards 35 inch fabri for the long sleeved jacket. Send 16c for Pattern, which in eludes complete sewing guide Print your name, address am style number plainly. Be sure t state size you wish. Include posta unit or zone number in your ad dress. The Spring Fashion Book i now ready. Illustrate 175 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Lim ited supply, so order early. 15 C i copy, or only lOc with a pattern Include 2c extra for handling am mailing. Address Pattern Department Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St New York, 11, N. Y Miss Ruth Hageman Weds Conrad Huber Decorah--Miss . Ruth Mad glen H a g e m a n , daughter of Mrs Amelia Hageman, became th bride of Conrad Joseph Huber son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Huber at"-St. Benedict's Catholic churc in Decorah Wednesday. ' They were _ attended by Mis Anita Hageman, sister of th bride, and Earl Huber, the bride groom's brother. The bride is a graduate of St Aloysuis school in Calmar and at tended Calmar high school. Thi bridegroom is a graduate of De corah high school. Following the wedding a din ner and reception were given a the Green Parrot and in the eye ning they were honored at a wedding dance at Matter's ballroom After a trip to Minneapolis, they will make their home on a farm south of Decorah. RICEVILLE PAIR GET LICENSE Cresco--A marriage license ^, issued at Cresco Feb. 8 for Marvin P. Marr, 22, and Verna Plunkett 23, both of Riceville. PREMIUM CRACKERS MK» IT HRIISC* · MTIOMl 1ISCBIT CtMPMT Mrs. Wolf Gives Talk at McKinley ca' ley at Mrs"." truth Be will acte mil in ness Mrs. Louis Wolf talked on "Th T. A. Keeps Faith With Ameri S* l he meeti "ff of the McKin P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon the school. "Keep faith with your children '·". Wolf said. "Tell them th h and they will be truthful courteous to them and thej be courteous. If you hav' acted hastily and are wrong, a4- -'t it This builds for characte the child. Teach him friendli is by sending him to school a public school, and by sending him to church--any church. A program of music, directed by Miss Madonna Feeney, and a safe ty play, directed by Miss Man Helen Prehrri, were presented. Th musical numbers included "Let U Be With Gladsome Mind," "Ama rylhs" and "Home, Sweet Home by a mixed chorus of 54, "Santa Lucia" by a group of 9 and "Gram Old Flag" by an octet. A play, "Uncle Will-Be-Carefu Broadcasts A Surprise," wa staged.. The Monroe 9th grader sang madrigals, directed by Mrs Jean Hoffman. During the business session gifts were voted to the Red Cros camp and hospital committee ana to the Y. M. C. A., in appreciation for.the courtesy of showing mo tion pictures. The president, Mrs. L. J. Am ling, appointed Mrs. E. M. Detr as summer round-up chairman and Mrs. E. L. Murray as safetj chairman. Mrs. George Caldwei announced .the Parent Education meeting at McKinley Tuesday when the group will be hostess t the Monroe-Washington group At the close of the afternoon, the 6th grade mothers served refresh ments. --o-Amy Frances Petti Weds Gerald Moran Decorah--Miss Amy France Petti of Brockton, Mass., becamt the bride of Ensign Gerald LeRoy Moran of Burr Oak, Jan. 2, in St. Patrick's church, Brockton Mass. The maid of honor, was Mis Rose Mary Andrews, and Jame Petti was best man. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Joseph Langley. A reception was ~hel'd at the home o£ the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles M. Petti o Brockton. The bridegroom is th son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C Moran of Burr Oak whom thej visited on their wedding trip The bride was graduated from the Cambridge school of nursing Ensign Moran was an honor grad uate from Luther college, was , chemist with DuPont in Chicago and now is an ensign in the navy He has gone overseas and th bride is living with her parents A shower dance was held ir Burr Oak a few days after the wedding which was attended bv 200 guests. --o-Marriage Licenses Issued to Couples New Hampton--Licenses to wed were issued to Walter Tuescher 28, and Margaret Boehm, 28, both of Darlington, Wis.; Peter Gambaiani, 27, and Betty JeaniBeatty 20, both of Waverly; Charles J Chizek, 36, Toledo, and Elsie Kos 25,'Yining; Ed Franzen, 25, anc Darlene Meissen, 18, both of Lawler; Walter A. Olsen, legal; Carlsbad, N. Mex., and Mabel Josephine Prudhon, legal, both o Nashua; LaVerne J. Strand. 31 Stanton, Minn., and Betty Swinton, 18, Cannon Falls, Minn George Roy Stewart, 30, and Evelyn D. Vogt, 21, both of Waterloo. ·--o-- BITS ABOUT 'EM Chester DeSart, seaman 2/C has arrived from Farragut, Idaho where he has. just completed hij ooot training to spend a 15 daj leave with his wife and daughter 18 Beaumont drive, and his mother, Mrs. R. F. DeSart. 123 Monroe S. W. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll of DCS Moines are the parents of a 5 pound son, Charles Lee, born ;eb. 7 at Des Moines. Mr. Carroll formerly lived in Mason City Mrs. .Roger Rosenblum, 321 4th N. E,. has left for Davenport to visit her father. . THE SAFEST AND KST INVESTMENT WATCHES onclta DIAMOND: 1Z EAST STATE Theltna Rogness Is Married at Miller the Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Thelma Rogness daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C Bogness of Forest City, and A Harvey Mitchell, son of Mr. and ' Mrs. Smith Mitchell of Sutton Nebr. The Rev. C. A. Olson performed the double ring ceremonj m the presence of relatives an friends with flowers in paste shades, palms and candles fur nishing the setting for the wed ding in the Miller Lutheran church Feb.'6. A prelude of nuptial music wa provided by Mi's. Harvey Soren son, who played the wedding MRS. HARVEY MITCHELL · --Kirk pholo Birthday's Observance Is Planned Plans were discussed for the annual birthday dinner to be helc March 29 at the V. F. W. auxiliarj meeting Wednesday evening a" the V. F. W. hall and a committee was .appointed including Mmes Iva Burgart, M. Barren, Edward Pearson, Ralph Burrier, Emma Duncan, R. 'J. Macket, Elmer Per son and Elmer Zeigler. The Girls' unit will assist in the dining room and dancing wil follow. Members were asked to meet a the hall Feb. 16 at 2 o'clock for serving. Canteen workers for the weeli beginning Feb. 15 were announceo. as Mmes. \ Basil --Kintz, Burgart Bessie Phelan and Louis Terhufen It was voted to give a cash donation to the Red Cross camp and hospital committee to assist in furnishing a recreation room a Drake for the air cadets. Mrs. Elizabeth Polacek and Mrs George Kinner were given the membership obligation Mrs. W. B. McClella'n and Mrs Emma Duncan are arranging a musical program and Mrs. Alber Snow, refreshments, for a patriotii tea to be held at the hall on Washington's birthday at 2:30, fo mothers, wives and sisters of men overseas. The next meeting will be heL at the hall March 8 with a socia hour following the business ses sion. There will be ejection of of ficers and initiation of candidates and it is hoped to have the new department president, Mrs. Hed wig Olson of Denison, and the 3rd district presidents as guests..Mrs Arnold Tilton is chairman of arrangements. SOCIAL THURSDAY Lincoln P. T. A.-7:30, school. Baptist Women-7:30, Gildner division, Mrs. Ed Crabb, 802 Delaware N. E.; Hilton division, Miss Irene Ham- .'blin,'1135 Pennsylvania N E Baptist Y. W. A ' " Mrs. Vern Morphew, 303 1st Bundles for Britain-7:30, 814 Foresters building. Holy Family circle 6-: 7:45, Mrs. K. R. Tillis, 923 North Federal. ' St. Suzanna's circle-8, Mrs. Leo Berneman, 2510 Jefferson S. W. Baptist D. O. A-8, Mrs. Harvey Adams 925 Madison N. W. St. James Senior' league-Postponed 1 month. K. N. A.-8, Moose hall. Anchor Encampment auxiliary-8, I. O. O.^F. hall. Home Craft club-8, Manual Arts building. St. Teresa circle-8, Mrs. Marlowe Burke, 329 14th W. E. St. Ursula's circle-8. Mrs- Clifford Dehnert 1702 Delaware S. E. FRIDAY Congregational Women-- 1, church. Red Cross Volunteers-. 1:15 to 4:15, surgical dressings room, 211 N. Federal, Roosevelt school. Oar Saviour's Dorcas circle-1:30, church. Si. Ann's Guild (Episcopal) 2, Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones 104 River Heights drive. Our Saviour's Mary and Martha "ircJe-- 7:30, Mrs. Robert Inman, 20 27th S. W. lainbow Girls-7:30, Masonic temple Pleasant Ridge club-Elgar Haight. taint Legislative committee-7:30, Labor temple. A. r. M.-8, I. O. O. F. hall. V. S. W. Grant unit-1:30, school. 2nd Rainbow division auxiliary-- ·7:30, Clear .Lake Legion clubrooms. MINNEAPOLIS~PAIR "PEAK WEDDING VOWS At Wesley Methodist parsonage vednesday afternoon,, Roy E. Vhiting . and Mary Michalovich, ooth of Minneapolis, were married J Paul Arnold Peterson, pastor march from "Lohengrin" as"~~th' processional and Mendelssohn' wedding march as the recessional Before the ceremony Miss Grac Harvey of Waldorf college sang ' At Dawning" and "Oh Perfec Love" after the exchange o vows. Miss Harvey was accom panied by Miss Guendolyn Duel also of Waldorf college, f- The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of white satin made princess style with a higl neckline trimmed with s e c t pearls. She wore a full length vei of imported net held in place by a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried American Beauty rose and sweet peas. ·Mrs. Arno Olson, sister of the bride, was matron of honor Sh wore a dress of 'blue net ove taffeta and-carried pink carna tions arid sweet peas. The brides "J?, ld Jf were Miss Hetty Jam Mitchell, sister of.the bridegroom wearing pink net over taffeta Miss Jean Stiff in peach net ove satin. Both wore shoulder cor sages of sweet peas and red roses The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Carroll Mitchell and the bride's brother, Emme Rogness. Martin Rogness, brothe of the bride, and Marvin Jepson were ushers. The bride and the bridegroom's mothers wore black dresses with corsages of white and pink car- After the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors to which 100 relatives and friends were invited. They were served a lunch by Margrete Rogness, Barbara Holmes, Eva Keel, Mrs Lawrence Juhl, Betty Thornbusy and Gladys Knutson. The bridal table was decorated with white candles, flowers and a 3-tiered wedding cake topped bj a miniature bride and bridegroom Blue and white streamers decorated the room and a large white wedding bell hung over the bride's cake. A short program followed the refreshments: Reading, "Home' by Mrs. Raymond Howes of Burlington; talks by Mr. Oleson, Hetti Jane Mitchell, Emmet Rognes and Jean Stiff; "I Lo ve g ^f, Truly" by Carroll Mitchell accompanied by Mrs. Harvey Sorenson. Mrs Mitchell was graduated from Forest City high school. She is a graduate of LaJames Beauty college at Mason City. Mr. Mitch! ell is a graduate of Sutton school. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell will be nome at Omaha, Nebr. After duties at the Glenn L^Martm^e! braska company. Out of town guests were Mr and Mrs. Smith Mitchell and son Carroll, of Sutton, Miss Hetty £° e ^ e11 ° f °TM»a, Mr!Tn? Rogness and familji L. A. TO B. R. T COLLECTS PAPER "* th ,e meeti j« "f L- A. Jo B. of -- r. Wednesday in Moose hall members who have waste paper were asked to call Mrs. Earl Bittie. It was voted to change the meeting nig h t lo the first Friday of the month. The next mpofini wlinS.Sr'i- The "^"TMVe7mg will be March 3 with Mmes. Jack Huffman, o. T. Anderson, Carrie Ross and Bittle entertaining. MrsG Charles Swanson conducted a Valentine contest. Refreshments ^ e S r_l d _ r* Mr* Harry Deem, sday K. B. AUXILIARY^ MEETING IS HELD K. B. auxiliary met Wednes evening for dinner at the Cerr Gordo hotel. Table decorations were in keeping with Valentine day. During the business session i«- wa |. v u ted to buy a war bond Miss Esther Pagenhart Jed the les- on on Methodist missions. IENTRAL HEIGHTS XUB HAS SESSION ,,r C I e n f '" a l H «'2hts club mei Wednesday at the home of Mrs George Williamson and games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Frank Umbarger and Mrs I-eo Cimijotti. The next meeting vill be with Mrs. K. R. Sifert. met MRS. TOM BARTUSEK HOSTESS TO W. A. C. W. A. C. met at the home of firs. Tom Bartusek, 212 First S E Wednesday with 6 members pres^ int. A social hour followed the lusmess session. Refreshments were served. The next meeting vill be Feb. 23 at the home of Mrs. R. J. Crawford, 1719 South ^ederal. and -- -Buy War Savings Bonds itamps from yonr Globe- Gazette Carrier boy. f the church. They were attended y Mrs. Irene Michalovich, Miss Anne Michalovich, Sgt. Michael dichalovich and Harold Schnarr "hey will make their home at 1300 'owderhorn terrace in Minneap- lis. · Founder's Program Is Presented Founder's day was observed at - meeting of the Madison P. T Wednesday evening at the .~..ool, with Mrs. Dan Herrick as the speaker of the evening Mrs. Herrick talked on "The P T. A. Keeps Faith With America, ihe program which was announced by Mrs. E. Allen, included the president's message read by Wee Woman," by Mrs. Mary Er- VIM *t 9nrf Tr-' 1 -^«i ^ f i _ i _ . - t i , The mothers of the P. T. A. presented a Founder's day radio program with Mrs. Allen as announcer and Mrs. Leon Woodward performed harp numbers, "Romance" and "Minstrel's Adieu to His Native Land." - M f?- C. L. Kittleson had charge of the business session which opened with the flag pledge and the national anthem. Miss Alma Partridge's 5th grade won the SI atetndance prize for January Miss Partridge announced that the children of Madison school have collected more than a ton of scrap paper this week. Miss S. Berhow's 1st grade has sold more than $14" m stamps this week. Mrs. H. Bruns announced the safety meeting at the Y. M. C. A Feb. is. Mrs. Roth announced that there would be no Parent Education meeting in February as the members will attend the Roosevelt Parents Education meeting f eb. 21 at 7:45. A social hour followed with the 2nd grade mothers acting as hostesses. --o-Clarence Ellerman, Ruth Groen Married Clarksville -- Pete Groen of Waterloo announces the marriage of his daughter, Ruth, of Clarksville to Clarence Ellermann, son °f M , r -, and Mrs - Will'Ellermann of Clarksville, performed by the Rev. A. C. Onasch at the Evangelical and Reformed church Feb. 6. ' The bride was attended by her sister, lone Groen, and the bridegroom's attendant was his cousin Mervin Wedeking. ' A dinner followed the ceremony m the church basement served to 50 guests. A shower dance was new that same evening at the Waverly Legion hall. The bride is a graduate of the Shell Rock high school and for the past 6 years has been teaching m rural schools in Butler, county The bridegroom has been employed at the Rath Packing company in Waterloo and will leave Feb. 17 for the army. --o-Hazel McMullen Is Bride of R.E. Gulp l--Mr. and Mrs. A. G McMullen are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Hazel to Robert E. Culp on Jan. 29. The Rev. Willsie Martin performed the ceremony in the chapel of the Wilshire M. E. church in Los Angeles, Cal. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. William O'Donnell The bride is a graduate of the Early high school and Madame Kennedy's Beauty school in De= Moines and was employed in the Helland Beauty shop in Belmond before going to Los Angeles where she has been a stenographer foi the Greer and Robbins Auto Co. The bridegroom is employed by the Greer and Robbins Auto Co March 1 they will move to Kalamazoo, Mich., and will visit in Goodell enroutc. New Cream Deodorant Safely helps IStop Perspiration Do« not roc dresses or men's shuts. Docs not irritate st; n . 2. Nowairinjtodry.Gnbcuscd tight after shivinj. " £ r : v:nts undec-srm odor. Helps stop pnspirition wfelj-. 4. A pure, .white, antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. ·· Awatdcd Appionl Seal of American Institute of Launder'"S -- hinnless to fabric. Use Amd regularly. A'~ "H »d :?( ian ARRID TO WED IN TEXAS--Eleanor Rulh La Bari-e, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre of Algona, and Ltt. Murray J. Mowers, son of'Mi-, and Mrs. A C. Mowers of Northwood, will be married in the chapel of the Bergstrom Air Field at Austin Texas, Feb. 12. ' ' Dinner will be served at the Austin hotel to members of the wedding party and to Mrs. Aaron Mowers, Mr. and Mrs. LaBarre who will be present. Lt. Mowers is a graduate of the Kensettt high school and the Utilities Engineering Institute of Chicago. He received his preliminary flight training at Cimmaron field, Okla. and basic training at Garden City air field in Kansas, and from the Pampa Army Air Field, Texas. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and has attended Lindenwood college St Charles, Mo., and the University of Iowa and Tulsa university. FRIENDLY VICTORY GROUP HAS MEETING Friendly Victory group held a card party at Moose'hall Wednesday with bridge and 500 being played. Prizes went to Mrs. R K Ferris, Mrs. A. Zellar, Mrs. Howard Arndt, Mrs. Herman Stoltenberg and Mrs. Eva Hubbard. The next meeting will be Feb. 23. ROOSEVELT UNIT IS ORGANIZED Mrs. E. W. Lilley, president, and Mrs. H. L. Leake, secretary of unit 92 of the United Service Women, organized a new unit at Roosevelt school Wednesday. Mrs. L. E. Cordle acted as temporary chairman and new members were taken in. The next meeting o£ the Roosevelt unit will be Feb ?3 at 2 p. m. Thursday, Feb. 10, 1944 15 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Convention ofW.C.T.U. Is Invited Invitation for the slate W. C. T. U. convention to be held in Mason City'in October was voted at a meeting ol the Mason City union Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. T. Hawkins, 109 Jefferson N. W. Miss Minnie lien presided at the session which was attended by 40, including Clear I^ike and Portland Union members. | The meeting opened with the W. C. T. U. theme song, "Onward Christian Soldiers," accompanied by Mrs. W. L. Bennett. The Rev. Roy I. Johnston, pastor of the Free Methodist church, read from 1st Psalm and offered prayer. Mrs. Bennett sang "I Am With Thee," playing her own accompaniment. The topic of Mr. Johnston was Human Interest." Mrs. Bennett sang "Come Ye To the Waters." Mrs. Leon Thomas read 2 letters, one from the state president, Mrs. Lydia Stott, which was received by Mrs. Regina Van Ness and one from the corresponding secretary, Mrs. Bertha Barber, requesting the state convention to be held in Mason City in October. It was voted to extend the invitation. L o c a l option was stressed in the discussion. Refreshments w e r e served Those assisting Mrs. Hawkins and daughter were Miss Ida Baker Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. August Johnson and Mrs. John Bobinsbn. Mrs, Thomas and Mrs. Johnson presided at the tea table. The next meeting will bo on March 7, held at the home of Mrs T. E. Davidson, 908 2nd N. W. This' will be a joint meeting of the Mason City and Portland Unions. There will be a pot luck dinner. --o-Isaacs-Quinn Vows / Exchanged by Pair Osagre--Marcella Quinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Job Quinn of Rtceville, became the bride of Garland Isaacs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Isaacs, Osage Tuesday at the Riceville Catholic church. Following the ceremony, a dinner was served at the bride's home with . approximately 40 guests present. The bridegroom attended the Cedar township schools, and the Osage high school. He entered service in January, 1942, and was honorably discharged in October 1943, wheVi a sergeant at Ft Benning, Ga. The couple is now at Austin, where the bridegroom plans to be employed. He has been at home on his father's farm since leaving the service. ; In Packages and Tea Bagi at Youx Grocer'* Quality Furs for every budget . . . Really a sense - making investment this year--a good fur coat! So serviceable, so warm. See our choice collection -- quality furs skillfully worked into dateless styles. We feature Albrecht / Gordon Purs from $ 100°° and up "Sec You Tomorrow"

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