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February 11, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASO » _Jfri4«y, Feb. 11, W44 N CITY GLOBE-GAZFTT War Stamps on Sale by Youngsters Monroe-Washington P. T A opened its meeting Thursday af ternoon at the school with Ka tonka Stoner's 1st grade rhythr band of Monroe school singin "The Star Spangled Banner" ani giving the flag pledge. They followed this with patri otic verses and songs. A demon stratum o f - w a r stamp day a school was given by the, Monro 2nd grade under the direction o Miss Marie Fredrickson. The chil dren told about buying stamps in verses and songs and asked every one to. buy -stamps from thei salesmen during the social hour in the cafeteria. Mrs. Charles Grippen presented Mrs. G. W. Cady who gave the president's Founders day message and spoke on "The P. T. A. Keep Faith With America." Mrs. Harvey Adams, president, had charge of the business session . during which.Mrs. Wesley Murray announced that the Parent Education group would be guests of thi McKInley group Feb. 15 at 7:30 a McKinley school. . ' · Mrs. Walter P. Do^le, chairman of ways and means,- assisted bi Mrs.'. Morris Laird, reported tha" the contributions for'the-sacrifice tea held to provide money for the Monroe-Washington P. T. A. ac tivities amounted to $91.10. A social hour was held in tin cafeteria in charge of Mrs. Faj O-Neil and Mrs. T. O. Holland, as sated by Mmes. Milton \ Decker Hartey Ransom, John Simon, Joe Hanes, I. E. Harper and Charle Elder. At the tea table, which was decorated-in patriotic colors Miss Bessie Jordan and Miss Ethel Ehlers presided. Chlidren selling war stamps in the cafeteria were Marilyn Robinson, Jerome Holland, Mary Orcut and Darrold Hert. Miss Maureen Wolfe Weds Willis Vogel Bancroft--Miss Maureen Wolfe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J Wolfe, became the bride of Sgt Willis Vogel, U. s . armyt so ^ f ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vogel of Burt in a ceremony performed at'St Stephan'jj Catholic church in Min"~TM- T is Feb. 7 by the Rev. John The couple was attended by i Robert ,\T6lfe of Minneapolis,' r - , Jane Madigan of St. Paul The wedding breakfast was served at the Radisson hotel in Minneapolis-and: a reception was held in the. evening, at the home of the bride's parents in Bancroft The bride, attended St.. John's! Brian Cliff college, in .Sioux City, ana Mazikato-.Commercial college. duetocdds.. .eased ivithoufdosing". NUPTIAL VOWS SPOKEN-Before a setting of palms white dragons and gladioli, and white tapers in 7 branch Bo« «£w mamage vows were taken Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Miss Joan Andrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G S C Andrick of Kentucky S E, and Pvt. Keith E. Loterbour, soA ofiS 'and E- W. Loterbour, 403 14th S. E. Dr. Marvin B Kober of the - Table appointments included a crystal centerpiece of - - - She has been employed in the First National bank at Shakopee Minn. She will accompany her husband to Nashville, Tenn., where he is stationed. . _ The bridegroom was graduated :rom the Burt high school He owns the Burt Market " and Locker plant. MRS. BA1E RAYMOND HONORED AT PARTT Mrs. Dale Raymond, who was aaureen Leaman before her marriage, .was honored at a shower given by Mrs. Ted Leaman, 902 15th N.E., There were 25 guests and contests were 'conducted with inzes going to Miss Maude Goron and Mrs. S. M. McKee. Dec- rations were in pink and white and directions for finding the gifts vhich were hidden throughout the buse, were written on hearts Refreshments were served with Mrs. . A. Gashel, -and Mrs 1 . G. Weida ssisting the hostess. · DO-A-LOT CLUB HOLDS MEETING D ?~£r I '° t club met Thursday th Mrs. Larry Young and the fame was spent sewing. A gift was presented to Mrs. Walter Davis and a box sent to Pfc. Larry Your,g at Camp Butner, N. Car. Mrs. Orlando -Jackson and airs R. Bayless were taken in as new members. Mrs. A. J. Thomas will be hostess at the next meeting. ATHENIAN CLUB IS ENTERTAINED -Athenian club met 'Thursday a i f iS° m? ' of MrSi D - "W.'Daly,' 430 1st N. E., for a program including" current events by Mrs. J a ke Jougias and the lesson on plastics y IV/rs. Vern Sohn. Mrs. R..E. Sizer led in singing. Announcement was made of the February party which will be held at 1 o'clock next Thursday at the Mil- vaukee Women's clubrooms MONDAY IS VALENTINE DAY. Don't Forget Your VALENTINE ROSES ORCfllDS VIOLETS GARDENIAS CARNATIONS TULIPS AZALEAS DAFFODILS ROSE BUSHES AFRICAN VIOLETS JOHNSTON'S WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS PHONE 2500 WE DELIVER I Mrs. Bird Gives Talk at Lincoln Lincoln P. T. A. met Thursday evening at the school for a program which included numbers by the pupils and talk on "The P T A. Keeps Faith With America- Recognition of Founder's Day" by Mrs. R. E. Bird. ' The Lincoln school orchestra 'directed by W. A. Storer, opened the program and the flag was presented by 3 Cub Scouts. Mrs. Hazel MeCollough presented her 4th graders in a play, St. Valefr tine's Day With Mother Goose." "Columbia the Gem of the Ocean," "Dixie" and Mozart's "Minuet in G" were sung by Mrs. Lana Ferleys 5th grade and Miss Jannie DeGrott's 6th graders 'gave a choral reading, "Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight," and a song, "American Prayer." A play, "The King's Highway," and a group of musical numbers and.tap dances were presented by pupils of Miss Katherine Gibson's 6th grade. Refreshments were served by the mothers of Miss Lurana Warner's 1st grade and Miss Bee Clark's kindergarten. Co-chairmen were Mrs. V. V. Sulteen and Mrs. Lawrence Westwick. Mrs. McCollough's 4th grade received the attendance prize. Miss Alyce Heman Is Bride of Roman Gerk SUeyvIHt--Miss Alyce- Heman daughter of Wf. and Mrs. Tony Heman, and Roman Gerk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerk were married .Feb. ,9 at Visitation church by the Rev. Henry Manternach. The Visitation high school choir furnished the nuptial music with Sister M. Celine at the organ. Irene Heman, a sister of the oride, acted as bridesmaid and attmer Mauer, a cousin of the Dndegroom, was best man. Mrs Frances Brumm Was matron of honor. A reception was held at the jnde's home at high noon Mrs Laurence Pitzen, Mrs. Bill Pitzen," Mrs. Kenneth Pellymounter, Austie Pellymounter, Viola Michels Mrs. Ralph Meyer/ D o r o t h y Maaksted, Mrs. Elmer Clausen and MIES Beverly Hartnell assisted in serving. The couple will be at home on a farm near Stacyville after March 1. Hutchinsons Plan Golden Anniversary ions Celebrate Founder's BaJ Morris, daughter of became the bride Thurs- -orge O. of vows * * """""·" 4 - ul '"eu a setting Hartigan acted as maid of honor and C. J. Mee- TI,,.~U r j--' --rother-in-law of the bridegroom, was the bestman The bride was attired in a teal blue ·'suit with black accessories' r CQ r sa ~ TM, - orchid and freesias and she woreTharfd%S bracelet brought from India by the Meehan o£ a w e d l n g «P *° Chicago Agnes Orskog Bride of Pfc. Dale Hiigen rt /v _H»»pton--Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Hutchmson will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Feb. 15 at their home here. A family dinner Feb. 14 will be attended by their children, grandchildren and. great grandchild, except Seaman Robert E. Tompkins. Open house will be held on Feb. 15 from 2 until 9 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson were TM2rned in Waverly on Feb. 15, 1B94 and lived there until 1896 T ^5 ey cam ® to New Hampton! In 190o Mr. Hutchinson was ap- pouited rural mail carrier here and he served for 33 years, retiring on Nov. 30, 1938. . Th Jr y have 6 children: Mrs E A. Tompkins and 'Miss Mabel Hutchmson, both of Waverly; Mrs 1. O. Eggleston, Mrs. W.'H. Zie- rath, Mrs. D. F. Upham and Raymond Hutchinson, all of New Hampton; 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild. --o-ANCHOR. ENCAMPMENT AUXILIARY MEETS Anchor Encampment auxiliary met m I. O. -O. F. parlors Thursday and Mrs. Guy Angell, chief matriarch, presided at the session at which Lawrence Gooch son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gooch, talked on his experiences in the navy. Mrs. Virgil Burns, Mrs. Elmer Martin and Mrs. Otto Geismar were hostesses. At the next meeting, Feb. 24, there will be initiation, followed by a pot luck lunch. GALLOPING BREAKFAST HELD AT MOOSE HALL Mrs..Bert Nassen, ritual chairman of the Women of the Moose entertained at a galloping breakfast at Moose hall Thursday. She was assisted by Mrs. Gilbert McKibben, Mrs. Floyd Hayek and Mrs. Floyd Bisbee. Mrs. Catherine Schreckengost was a guest Miss Agnes Orskog, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Orskog of Moorland, became the bride of Pfc Dale W. Hagen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hagen o£ Hanlontown, in the Immanuel Lutheran church at Forest City Feb. 8. The Rev. John Mason of Waldorf college performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate family and close friends. The bride wpre x a navy blue MRS. DALE HAGEN --Russell Photo LICENSES TO WED ISSUED AT GARNER Garner-- County Clerk Elmer THE SAFEST AND KSHNVESTMENT BUYWARBOUDS WATCHES DIAMONDS EAST STATE- Raw issued marriage licenses to Lynn Forshee, 21, and Miss Jennie Lewerke, 23, both of Britt; and to Harold Peterson, 22, Forest City, and Miss Selrna Haugland, New Toppers Match your gay spring mood with either of these 2 charming fashions. Choose the frilled blouse to add sparkle to your suit--and wear the jacket in your more sophisticated moments. No. 2731 in size 36 requires 2'4 yards 35 inch fabric, 1% yards ruffling for the blouse; 1% yards 39 inch fabric for three-quarter sleeved jacket. Send 16c for pattern, which includes complete sewing guide Print your name, address and style number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. The Spring Fashion B o o k is now ready. Illustrates 175 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Umited supply, so order early Fifteen cents a copy, or only 10c with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W, 19th St New York, II, N. Y. _ *^ u *_ »,UAC *i iiavy Diue dress trimmed in white and a corsage of American Beauty roses Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Orskog of Moorland, brother and sister-in- law of ,the bride attended the couple. Mrs. Orskog wore navy blue and a" corsage of Tea roses. 'Roland and Ellis H, Harklau served as ushers. v . Preceding and during'the ceremony, Miss Edith .Quist played nuptial music. Prof. Odvin Hagen .sang "Because" and "O Perfect Love." Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the L church parlors. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Somers and Fertile high schools respectively and both attended Waldorf college at Forest City. Mrs. Hagen will resume her teaching duties at Wasta and the bridegroom will return to camp at Orlando, Flo. --o--' Dessert Luncheon Held by Newcomers Club.atY.W.CA. About 35 attended the Newcomers' club dessert luncheon Thursday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. The committee in charge included Mrs. Frank Waterstradt, Mrs. Keith Tometich, Mrs. George B. Senior, Mrs. Leland Speedling and Mrs. M. D. Kubieek. Valentine decorations were used in the clubroom and on the table which was centered with red roses and candles, Mrs. Waterstradt poured. During the short business session at which Mrs. C. R. Dwyer presided, Miss Edna Pyle r/resent- ed Mrs. Ray Whorley and Mrs. II. M. Knutson, ,who talked on Y. W C. A. work. A pot luck luncheon was announced for the next meeting at the Y. W. Feb. 24. ' Cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. Senior in 500, Mrs L. M. Newman in auction and Mrs. Clinton Conrey in contract. MRS. MICHAEL CROSS IS GIVEN SHOWER Mrs. Michael Cross was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Af mot £ er ' Mrs. C. B. Martin, 6 Massachusetts S. E., Thursday evening. There were 20 guests and games and contests were the diversion of the evening. Miss Clara Faleo received the prize. Gifts were presented to the honoree. A buffet lunch was served at the close of the evening. Acacia, Jonquils, narcissus and tulips and yellow tapers in blue brystal candelabra centered the table. Miss Lydia Beck poured. Mrs. Cross is making her home with her parents while Cpl. Cross is with the armed forces. · A D I O N I C H I A R I M * A I D COMfUll OTH CTTUAl MHJUfHUNC. «»«*TU«t IMM ANDUTTBUB Dr. J. H. Lepper, Opt. W l«l St S. C. ».,,,, city. h. * SOCIAL + CALENDAR FRIDAY 42nd Rainbow division auxiliary-7:30, Clear Lake Legion club- rooros. Our Saviour's Mary and Martha Circle-* 7:30, Mrs 27th S. W. Rainbow Girls-7:30, Masonic temple. Pleasant Rtdte club- Edgar Haight J»int LrrUlative commit** 7:30, Labor temple. L. A. P. ML-8,1. O. O. F. hall. 3 Groups of Pupils Ruth Swingen Brose and Allegra Swmgen will present a group of pupils in -a piano recital on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at the Performers will include Beverly and Darrell BramhaU, Fredrica Eslicfc, 'Janet Finlayson, Joan Dick and Rosalyn Wolf, Gloria^ Hugelen, Judith Richer, Mary Don Blair, Carol Ann Gasswint, Joan Osmundson, Jean Thompson, Jan'-e Cromer, Shirley B a r k e r . -harles Sorenson,-.Bonnie Nicholas, Barbara Sippel, Janelle Sheka, Helen Rollefson and'Mary Lou Hagen. After an intermission there will e numbers by a second group of players: Elizabeth Long, Julie Kiesselbach, Dick and Marilyn Wagner, Sally McConnell, Delores McPherren, Gloria and Laurel Jean Glazer, Phyllis'Ann Herrick Suzanne Pierce, Jean Marty, Jerry Jack and-Bob Bailey, Mary Lou werts, Josephine Amen, Margo Bruns, Geraldine Stein, Bonnie Brunner, Ann Huber, Margaret Jean Romley and Barbara Doty 'Appearing in the 3rd group of layers will be, Jean Tffolf, Jean Bryant, Jean Palmer, Sally Pendergraft, Bill Peck, Dorothy J6an and Marilyn Smith, Carol Klath .-ouise Myers, Susan Boyle, John Vance, Mary Ann Elder, Marjory -.ysne, Charmaine Petersen, Mary Strickland, Doady Weston, Lawrence Garfin, Phyllis Zemanek and Beverly Breazeale. CHARLEEN HAIGHT IS HONORED GUEST Miss Charleen Haight was honored at a miscellaneous pre-nup- lal shower Thursday evenine at he home. j»t -Mrs'. Ray Harris Rockwell; Twenty guests were jresent and the evening was s'pent n making scrap books of the "Life of the Bride-to-Be." The honored guest received gifts and a lunch was served at the close of the evening. Co-hostesses were the Misses Gloria Jenkins and Madge Baker. Past Harding Presidents Are Honored Past presidents of the Harding P- T - A. were honor guests at the Founder's day program Thursday at the school. They included Mrs. Paul Loomis, Mrs. F. L. Curtis Mrs. G. .G. Weida, Mrs. H. H! Ayers Mrs. Irene Fraser, Mrs Glen Upson and Mrs. J. A. Gashel and after each had ieen introduced, Mrs. Blanche " Skovlin principal, presented them war stamp boutonniers. Mrs. Lila Hall, 3rd grade teacher presented her pupils in 3 songs dedicated to the past presidents. The 3rd graders also gave 3 folk dances, a German, a Swedish and the Virginia reel. The guest speaker was Mrs. Dan Hernck, City P. T. A. council president, whose top was "The' P. T.. A. Keeping Faith With America." The P. T. A. prayer wa- rad by Mrs. Floyd Wade, president. The'1st grade led in the fla salute. Miss Maude Gordon, 5th gradi teacher, read 12 thank-you letter: received from service men an women whose names are on th Harding honor roll for the P. T. Christmas cards sent them. Mrs, Phil Utter, war chs gave the war stamp report \ was that more than $100 has spent by the Harding school dren so far this year, at the for stamps. National P. T. A. president's message was read, by Mrs. Lila Hall. The president announced Parent Education meeting for J Feb. 17-and the March P. T. A. I which will be in charge of Hard- ' ing fathers. The friends of Li- orary membership cards were available as well as application Wanks for servicemen to be filled out by their- parents or relatives. A Founder's day play was presented by Mrs. Thor Jenson Mrs Tred Aderhbld, Mrs. H. H Boyce VIrs. Adrian Ringold, Mrs. Volhey * 3ansen, Mrs. R. E. Finlayson, Mrs. _·. L. Swenson, Mrs. J. Langan, VIrs. Wayne McGowan, Mrs. F. L. 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