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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 3, 1945
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Installing Ceremonies Conducted New officers were installed b the Woman's Relief Corp at meeting Tuesday afternoon in th Legion hall with Mrs. C. E. Sher wood presiding. Mrs. Emma Dun can acted as installing officer an Mrs. Margaret Johnson as install -ing conductor. Elected officers installed were President, Mrs. Sherwood; senio vice president, Mrs. Johnson; jun lor vice p r e s i d e n t , Mrs. E Sweeney; treasurer, Mrs. Erm Hewitt; chaplain, Mrs. Lavin; Whipple; conductor, Mrs. Franci Tatum; guard, Mrs. Nellie Chester Appointive officers who were Installed included Mrs. E. E. Lil ley, secretary; Mrs. Jessie Mon Flasure, assistant conductor; Mrs Laura Hunt, assistant guard; Mrs Duncan, patriotic instructor; Mis Betty Russell, press correspondent; Mrs. W. H. Arnold, musician; Mrs. Fred Warner, Mrs. F. B Balkam, Miss .Julia Russell and Mrs. Abbie Layman, color bearers "In Membrian" was read for Alexander T. Anderson, 99 years old and past commander in chie of the Grand Army whose. regiment was in the division attached to Gen. George Armstrong Cuter It was announced that the W H C. circle will met Jan. 24 with officers entertaining. Erma Kaiser Bricle of Raymond Bennett Manly--A wedding took place ai the English .Lutheran church in Manly Dec. 31, when Miss Erma Kaiser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. Kaiser of Manly; and Sgt. Raymond Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs R. G. Bennett, of Boston, Mass were "married. Malcolm Westly and Miss Elfrieda Pritchard provided the nuptial music. Acting as matron of honor bridesmaid and junior bridesmaic were Mrs. Irving Meyer, Era'Hu- ber and Jeanette Meyer respectively. Irving Meyer attended the bridegroom and Harvey Meyer anc Arthur Bonker served as ushers A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Irving Meyer, and the couple left the following day, and will be at home in Tennessee. ·--o-- EtUNG-MESKEL. Garner--Mari orie Meskel of Mason City and Emil C. Elling, Garner insurance man, were married at the Methodist church here Dec 30 by the Rev. E. F. Broberg, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elling brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom were the attendants Following the ceremony the couple left for Chicago. Early literature refers to use of milk by Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. Elected_Officers Take Up Duties -- ' f ., m ~' ·-- ·' SVEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1945 Famous total remedy actsATONCEfoKflem cova/m (CAUSED BY COLDS) coug Fertussin for glorious prompt relief. .For years -- thousands ot Doctors have- prescribed Pertussln-^ it must be good! .Pertosstn bringscrelief SO QUICKLY Because it's more uian a- mere soothing sjrop. Fertusstn is a grand and effective Herbal remedy. It is scten- gtaza» prepared to work internally to relieve your -coughing spasm. It Increases natural secretions to soothe ^ated membranes, it Improves cuiary action and loosens and TMi|yt «4cky phlegm easier'to raise _ oth old and young-- even, matt cMOren. Get Fertussin today. Inexpensive! Any drugstore. CADET TO WED--Mr. and Mrs. C. Norman Jo'rgenson of Fertile announce the engagement of their daughter, Catherine Marie, and Ensign James Malcolm Beasley, son of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Beasley of York, Ala. Miss Jorgenson is a member of the Cadet Nurse Corps, in training at Wesley Memorial hospital, Chicago. Ensign Beasley is stationed at.Morro Bay, Cal. Memorial Is Conducted byO.RS. Unity Chapter No. 58, Order of :he Eastern Star held a stated meeting Tuesday evening in the Wasonic temple with Mrs. C. \V. Corby, worthy matron, presiding md a memorial service for 8 members, deceased during the past ·ear, was conducted. Annual reports were presented by committees. It was voted to invite the worthy grand matron, Lillian Winter of Cedar Falls, to be iresent for the school 'of instruction in March. Open installation for the friends of Eastern Star will be held when the 1945 officers will be installed with Mrs. A. R. Le nz as installing officer. A short social hour followed vith refreshments served in the dining room. Mrs. Alice Arvidson vas chairman. luest Day Planned y Woman's Council Guest day will be held by the Voman's 'Council' of the First Christian church Friday at the church with the stewardship de- artment of which Mrs. LeHoy \1cKee is chairman in charge of he program. ; The prayer room will be open at 11:30 and luncheon will be erved by group ,2, to be followed V a business session and program. Reservations were being taken through Wednesday by Mrs. John Alden, 2844. Milwaukee Club Women Start Year * Officers of the Chicago Milwau kee Women's club for the ne year were in charge of the fir meeting of 1945 held Tuesda afternoon in the clubrooms. Th singing of '"America" and th pledge of allegiance opened th session. New officers are Mrs. Carl An derson, president; Mrs. .Walte Hendrickson, 1st vice presiden Mrs. C. E. Kemp, 2nd vice presi dent; Mrs.. C. S. Pack, treasurer Mrs. J. A. Nelson, recording sec retary; Mrs. P. w. Hurley, assist ant recording secretary; Mrs. Rob e r t McClintock, corresponds secretary; Mrs. John Balfanz, his tonan. Following the business session Mrs. - F. J. McDonald, program chairman, had charge of the en tertainment. Cards were playe with prizes going to Mrs. R E Sizer and Mrs. Carl Anderson. Mrs. O. T. Anderson, Red Cros chairman, reported 541 hours o work done by club members Mrs. Sizer was in charge of mu sic and hostesses-were Mrs Fre Hornig, Mrs. N. P. Van Maren an Mrs. Charles Smola. The next meeting will be ,, Fef 6 C a a t1 : l P r y ^ ^ ClUbrOOmS Stacyville Church Is Scene of Wedding Stacyville--Miss Gertrude Pit zen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fre: Pitzen, and Sgt. Burton T. Hart nell, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. B. T Hartnell, were married Dec. 28 a Visitation church, Stacyville b^ the Rev. Father H. N. Manterriach Nuptial high mass was sung by VisitaUon choir. The attendants were a brothe of the bride, Robert Pitzen and Miss Marjory Hartnell, sister o the bridegroom. The wedding dinner was held a the bride's home for 40 guests. The bride is a graduate of Visitation high school and has held positions with the U. S. treasury department in Des Moines, Cleveland, Ohio, and Chicago. The bridegroom is a graduate o Visitation High and attended Iowa State college and is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. Sgt. Hartnel has been in the medical corps 01 tne army the past 3 years with 34 months in the south Pacific They are at Hot Springs, Ark. Russell Anderson, Esther Rusley Wed Joice -- Miss daughter of Mr. JEANE ANNE GLEASON WHi BE MARRIED New Hampton--Mr. and Clement D. Gleason have Mrs. . n- ounced the approaching marriage f their daughter, Jean Anne, to frlliam M. Moreland, son of dr. and Mrs. William S. More- and of Washington, D. C. They fin be married here Jan. 29. Starts INSTANTLY to relieve MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Soreness and Stiffness Tor blessed prompt relief -- rub on powerfully soothing Musterole. It actually bans break no painful local congestion. Somnch easier toapply than » mratard plaster. "No fua. No ma* milt Af lafaroW- 1 Jest rub it on. In 3 Strengths GttHT SffffalJ To get acquaint*J urtto Burpee quality feeds jvu ataj have tbuc 5 full- mclSc-Patkets, I of eoct color, aUS for only lad Immense,full,deep, double Dowers, 5 in, across, on sturdy, well-branched plants 3 ft. tall. So easy to crow, you ran sow ihe «cdi outdoors in spring when the soil has becor * V. cave a glorious -V 1LA75CVJ Esther Rusley --,, v ^ -...*. and Mrs. Jake Rusley, and Russell Anderson son of 'Mrs. Randina Anderson o Lake Mills, were married by the Rev. H, F. Huseth at the Winnebago Lutheran church Dec 31 Miss Orlette Amundson played the nuptial music and Miss Esther Reiness was the soloist. Miss Jean Rusley, niece of the bride, was the maid of honor; Carmen Martinson and Carmen Quale, both of Lake Mills, were bridesmaids. Ingvald Anderson of the army, brother of the bridegroom, was the best man- another brother, Andrew, and James Rusley, brother of the bride were also attendants. Carole Ann Rusley, niece of the bride was flower girl and Richard Neland nephew of the bridegroom, was the ring bearer. ^ A reception for a large number of relatives and friends was held at the parental Rusley home after the wedding. Clarion -- Mr. and Mrs. C L Burt and daughter, Mary, returned from Iowa City where they visited Mrs. Hurt's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. E. E Beebesheimer. Achley -- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Steffen left for Milwaukee to visit at the home of Mrs. Steffen's siF- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Gilbert --o-Hanlontown--Miss-Bessie Ford received word that her brother John Ford, of Monango, N. Dak.' underwent a major operation at a hospital in Jamestown, N. Dak. Seed '··'-'^'··V'* $$? '*%% jtpr *?^ Bwtp«j KientbU--ttore £.,..»,,,,,, , awto »bonJttit VwceUblet; mot* loTfclr. wore colorful Flower*. Amwr- ha» pict area o tall l«*dia TwietiC5.n4a7 in Color, Accurate d*»ci~ W. ATLEE BURPEE CO. 3*7 Barpn Bwkfine. Clinton, ton 987 Burpee Building Clinton, Iowa Millions Switch To Mutton Suet Idea s For Chest Colds Quietly Relieve; Children's CoM»' Coughs. Looter* Phlegm Many mothers all over America are switching to this idea of getting fast relief for these chest cold miseries. They are simply following Grandma. For years she counted on mutton suet to help carry her home medication to do its pain-eas- Mgr work on nerve ends in the skin. No wonder so many more now welcome Grandma's idea as improved by science--Penetro, with its molti- metiicated formula in a base containing mutton suet--that acts both as counter-irritant and pain-reliever when you spread it on, and as a soothing aromatic when breathed in. And so today Penetro hurries along newer help in the old reliable way--help that eases painful misery, lessens coughing, loosens phlegm, soothes chest rawness--so that yon can rest more comfortably i? ve TM tu * re a chai ce to restore I2ft '{?· ^? at S why TMWons are switching to Penetro today--why druggists are recommending it 23c double supply 8Sc. For all your family's chest cold miseries, be sure you get white, easy-to-use Penetro. ;aeizatioes for *4l MARRIED 50 YEARS-Mr. and Mrs.'Enoch' Westerberg of Forest City celebrated their golden wedding'anniversary Dec 28 Their children are Mrs Oliver Tweeten. Mrs. Rueben Olson, Mrs Arthur Hugelen and Rollie Westerberg, all of Forest City. They had Mother ' P h T± £"* l ?- TtlaU ?P W ° rld Wa ^ * TM* Hiry, S£ . They have IS grandchildren aS s , erved ' at noon for 45 relatives at the Swedish Bap, , , - r ' . e " hous ? was held at their home on Clark street with about 150 friends and relatives attending. A short program was ^ ° f *,° Wn reldtives were Mrs. Alma Isaacson of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Reynolds and family of Clear Lake LeVang-Bjornsen Nuptials Are Held Joice -- Miss Ruth Bjornsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Svenc Bjornsen of Ventura; and Arthur ,eVang, son of- Mr. and' Mrs ieorge LeVang of Fertile, were married Dec. 31 at the Bethel ..utheran Brethren church. The lev. Joseph LeVang, brother of the bridegroom, officiated. Miss Irene LeVang, sister of the mdegropm, and Kermit Alne rotner-in-law of the bride, were he attendants. Phyllis Reisem of ^ake Mills and Shirley Skartlanc were flower girls. LaVonne Bjornsen and Geraldine Skartland were he usherettes. Mrs. Clifford Lee ister of the bride, sang two voca olos. Miss Eleanore Reisem of Lake Mills played the nuptia music. A reception for the-immediate elatives and friends was held bllowing the ceremony," at the iome of the bride's parents a( Ventura. The Bjornsen family are ormer residents of the Joice vi- inity. Easy to Sew 3768 SIZES 12-46 This streamlined frock was de- gned especially for those who re shy about sewing--afraid o£ ·ie fitting difficulties. It's made most at a wish and follows the ontours of the figure beauti- ully. No. 3768 is cut in sizes 12 14 16 8, 20, 40, 42, 44 and 46. Size 36 equires 3 V4 yards 39 inch fabric Send 16c for Pattern, which in- udes complete sewing guide, rint your Name, Address and' tyle Number plainly. Be sure to ate size you wish. Include postal nit or zone number in ~ess. The Winter Fashion Book, con- ammg 175 pattern designs of mart clothes for all ages, all sizes nd all occasions, is beautifully lustrated in full color. Price 15 ents a copy. Address Pattern Department lie Mason City Globe-Gazette 21 W. 10th St., New York ll' SOCIAL WEDNESDAY Degree of Honor-- ' 8, Moose hall. Fre-school Mothers-8, administration building. U. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30, Labor hall. Bethlehem Martha circle-8, Mrs. Fred Best, 506 15th E. E. THURSDAY Hanford Ladies' Aid-Mrs. Arthur Stevens, Mrs. Clinton. Stevens. T. C. club-- · 1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Wesley \V. S..C. S.-1, church. East State club-1:30, Mrs. A. B. Adams, 680 E. State. Portland W. C. T. U 2, Mrs. A. M. Avery, Energetic class-Congregational church. Oar Saviour's Rebecca circle-1:30, church. Athenian club-2:30, Mrs. Clay E. Tandy, 602 Jefferson N. W. Imanuel Lutheran Circle 1-2:30, Mrs. Peter Nielsen, 317 21st S. E. Trinity Ladies' aids- 2:30, church parlors B. P. W. club-6:30, Hotel Hanford. Rainbow Mothers club:-7:30, P. G. E. auditorium. Bethlehem Walther league-7:45, Marie Eichman, Joyce Garms. Group 8, Christian church woman Miss Phyllis Gashel, 804 15th N. E. Past Noble Grands-2, I. O. O. F. hall. Women of the Moose-8, Moose hall. L. O. T. O.-8, I. O. O. F. hall. R. N. A. health club-2, Moose hall. H .1 elping the omemaker By CHARtOTTE ADAMS Simple To Make Gourmet Soup Crab Mongole French Bread Chiffonade Salad Whole Wheat Applesauce Cake (Recipes Serve Four) Crab IMongole 1 can tomato soup 1 can pea soup 1 can chicken broth 1 cup sherry l ,4 pint cream 1 cup crab meat Combine tomato soup, pea soup, chicken broth, sherry and cream and heat thoroughly. Add crab meat and heat 5 minutes longer. Serve immediately. Whole Wheat Applesauce Cake l£ cup shortening Vi cup sugar % cup bro'wn sugar 1% cups thick applesauce 1 cup seedless raisins 2',4 cups whole wheat flour l',4 teaspoons baking soda '/i teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1 teaspoon_ cinnamon % teaspoon nutmeg V* teaspoon cloves % teaspoon allspice Cream shortening and sugars. Add applesauce and well - beaten eggs. Mix flour, baking soda spices and raisins. Add to the first mixture and beat for y, minute. Bake in a well - greased tube pan, at 300 to 325 degrees for 50 to 60 minutes. Serve with light cream, if desired. Mrs. Law Is Installed as Commander Navy Mothers met in the Legion hall for a short business session Tuesday when the auditing committee report was accepted and the newly elected officers installed Mrs. Pearl Iverson was the installing officer and Mrs. Ina Page installing marshal!. Because of the cold, all the officers were not present to be installed. The new officers include 4 mothers with 3 sons each in the service, l mother with 4 sons and a mother with a son and a daughter. Mrs. Frank Law, the new commander, Mrs. Fern Shaver, 2nd vice commander; Mrs. Leo Skyles and Mrs. Minnie Schroeder, matrons at arms, each have 3 sons in the service. Mrs. w. L. Angell, new 1st vice commander, has 4 sons and Mrs. B. O. RanMn, adjutant, has a son and a daughter Mrs. Law appointed her committees for the coming year and Mrs. M. W. Heed, outgoing commander, thanked the members for their co-operation and loyalty shown while she was in office and asked that the same courtesy be »5 S, ed to the new commander Mrs. Emma McCallum was taken m as a new member. The next meeting will be Jan 17 at 2 o clock at Legion hall. Mrs.S.A;B°emisIs Named as Installing Officer for D.U.V. Mrs. S. A. Bemis has been chos- ;n installing officer for Dorothea -.. Dix tent, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil war for the :ommg year and the installing staff has been asked to install officers for Jessie Holmes tent No. 45, Clear Lake, on Jan. 15. Mrs. Bemis has on her staff Miss Marie Fuller, guide, and Mrs' August Hanson, chaplain Mrs. Bemis is a past president of Dorothea L. Dix tent and a past president of district 6. Miss Fuller and Mrs. Hanson are also past presidents of Dorothea Dix tent and Mrs. Hanson is department guard of Iowa. Refreshments will be served at ihe next regular meeting Jan. 8 and Bessie Bull will be chairman. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Florence Mathre has re- :urned to Ames to resume her studies at Iowa State college where she is a freshman after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Mathre, route 3. Miss Catherine Pauley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pauley 33 River Heights drive, has returned to Mount Vernon where she is a student at Cornell college after spending her vacation with her parents. , Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Thomas and daughters, Sydna Ann and -arol, of Ladysmith, Wis, have been spending a few days with Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bemis, 917 Georgia N. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson of Armstrong, accompanied by their son. Flying Officer Darrell Dotson, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson and daughters 705. Birch drive.' Flying Officer Jotson will report to Lincoln, Nebr., after his leave. Among Iowa State Teachers college students returning to their studies at Cedar Falls were the Hisses Martha Pauley, Connie Hatges and Maxine Dillon. Mrs. Wayman Closson, 1402 Delaware S. E., has returned from Ugona where she attended the uneral of her grandfather, C. A. Willson, on Tuesday. Miss Jerry Chaffin who is em- )loyed in the war department in Washington, D. C., and her sister, Hrs. Glen Russel, and son, Donald, Oakland, Cal., are visiting heir mother, Mrs. Leota Chaffin, 414 Jefferson N. W. The Saar region In Germany ranks as one of the foremost coal- mining and industrial areas in continental Europe. C A N B U Y , as your doctor judge, it n can do more for you. YeaTyon Tgo lus r p-nu Superior COLD WAVES Under the Supervision of MRS. CASEY 510 - S15 SZO - S25 Machine and Machine- S«|.75 less Permancnts . . . . If up Shampoo, Hair Style, Sylk rjnc Rinse / U Razor Hair CAc Styling DO Appointment Not Necessary NO ' WAITING LA' JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTT CULTURE 2« Second St. N. E. Ph. D7« CRYSTAL LAKE B R I D E -Evalyn Ellen Enderson of North Hollywood, Cal., daughter of Mrs. lone Enderson of the Crystal Lake vicinity, became the bride of Cpl. Claude Eugene Wright, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Claude E. Wright of North Hollywood, Dec.'9, at the First Christian church. Doctor Clyde E. Boyer, pastor of the First Methodist church, performed the double ring ceremony Miss Wilma Steele, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Mrs Robert Steele and Miss Dorothy Wright, sister of the bridegroom Sgt. Edward J. Wickharoan associate of the bridegroom, served as his best man. The ushers were Ben Habeger, a' brother-in-law and Sgt. Bill Halbrook. Gloria Gooch played the wedding music. . Following the service a reception was held in the home of the bridegroom's parents The bride was graduated from the Forest City high school, attended Waldorf college and was employed in the office of Eli Colby at Hanlontown before going to North Hollywood a year ago. The bridegroom who is with the army air corps and has been stationed at Viqtor- ville, Cal., was sent to Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Dec. 20. The bride is in the home of her aunt Mrs Eva Steele, North Hollywood. Annual Girl Scout Council Meeting Is Set for Jan. 4 at Y. The annual meeting of the Mason City Girl Scout council will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 at the Y. W. C. A. Officers for the coming year will be elected and annual reports-wiU be made by chairmen who have served during 1944. The Girl Scouts will present a short program. --o-Before the Christian era, women :ound milk valuable in_preserv- ng their complexions. Gain of 50 in Marriages During Year Nashua--The year closed with a total of 243 marriages performed at the Little Brown church 50 more -than in 1943. The Rev. F =i'i ^ an; L c ° m J? a stor, officiated at all but 22, which were performed by outside ministers. .·JTM. 6 w i t h 29 and December with 27 were the months with the most marriages; August and September each had an equal num- f' j""2 . a11 o t h e r months ran ahead of the past year, 1943 This might possibly be due to the health law being passed in Missouri the first of 1944. However, there were no couples that came from Missouri, and none from any distance farther than Iowa, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois or. Minnesota. Total for '43 was 193; 42, 283; '41, 802; '40, 1,549. When the health law was passed in Iowa the drop came, immediately m April, the-month it went into effect. In June, 1940 there were 259 weddings; 106, in '41; in '42; 46; '43, 34; '44, 29. ' The pastor reports that a good many service men were married *«?. and that he had had a Christmas greeting from 1 saying that he had been in New Guinea 3 .years and got his start from this church; that he expected to take nis honeymoon when he returned to the states and they would take their start from the Little Brown church, which he considered a pretty good place to start from Mr. Hansom had quite a thrill from this extract from his letter- 'I know of no better place thati your church to start from We nave been both successful and nappy and had an excellent start m married life. No small part of the credit is due you for the excellent start you gave us. If, and when, you marry a soldier in the near future, be sure and tell them that they .are getting the best start in married life f r o m this church." The soldier was Robert E. Engleman and was married to Betty Tramel, Des Moines, Oct. --o-- Vfrs. Bernard Leath Elected President of Labor Auxiliary Officers were elected by the Women's Labor Assembly to the Central Labor body at a meeting Tuesday night at Labor hall,' with' Mrs. Bernard Leath presiding. Mrs. Leath was elected president; Mrs. : James Leake, vice · president; Mrs. .E. J. --Waschnicht ; recording secretary; Mrs. Ernie Ward, treasurer; Mrs. Clarence Herr, trustee for 3 years. It was voted to meet on the 2nd Thursday .evening and the 4th Wednesday evening of the month at 8 o'clock. Warn fag- Head Colds' Watch out for sniffly Head colds can causemuch sufFer- ing. To promptly relieve the sniffly, sneezy, stuffy distress-- puta little Va-tro-nol up each nos- tril.Va-tro-nol works right where trouble is to soothe irritation-reduce swelling--make breathing easier. Try it! Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used in time. Follow directions in folder. VICKS VA-TRO-NO1 January Clearance In Full Blast Two Outstanding Groups of D resses .00 7 .00 26-28 East State St

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