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February 11, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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SOCIETY [}00 Brownie Girl fcouts Are Guests It Valentine Party I) One hundred Brownie Girl I'couts from all parts of this city l.'ere entertained at a Valentine Tarty Thursday at the Y. W. C. A. Phi Scout troop 10, junior high Ii-oop, sponsored by the First Ilethodist troop and under the leadership of Mrs. J. E. Mensch, l.'as hostess to the party which ras planned as part of the work I? the troop dramatics badge. 1 Each Brownie troop entertained 'ie rest o£ the group with a I unt. Phyllis Guttermau told a 1 alentine story, "The Tasty Val- Iritine," A play, "The Knight of I'.ie Funny Bone," was- presented \f the rest of the troop. The f.iaracters were Barbara Waulk- Isihauer, Jane Bublitz, Barbara lurray, Laura Lee Pugh, Shirley R.veet, Sally Kehm, Mary Joyce Marshall, Nancy Hall. tKatherine Zaharides was the irector and Max-ion Waulken- Jiuer property manager. Refresh- Bents wore served at the close of ^e party. ' --o-HITS ABOUT 'EM and Mrs. Warren S. Ander|i arrived Friday from Fort Bel- ]jr, Va., for a visit with Mrs. Ani son's parents, Mr. and Mrs |e Pickford, 204 7lii N. E. Lt. ^ierson has ben attending cadre '"!. They will leave Sunday for ypr-2 Swift, Texas, his new as- rgnment, stopping in DCS Moines |nd Ames cnroute, to visit friends rild relatives. Mrs. Anderson will Jie remembered as Theo Marie I'ickford. .Mr. and Mrs. Milford Sahr 302 J4th N. W., are the parents of a 7 lound 10% ounce son born Thurs- llay at the North Iowa General [Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On · Crcpmulsion relieves promptly be- ·:ause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel [:enn laden phlegm, and aid nature o soothe and heal raw, tender, in- lamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to seU you I. bottle of Creomulsion with, the understanding you must like the way It [lUicfcly allays the cough or you are o have your money back. iCREOMULSION or Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis hospital. Mrs. Sahr was formerly Darlene White. Aviation Cadet Robert J. Blue, U. S. N, R., nephew of Mr and Mrs. A. J. Bracken, 320 9th N. W. iss pending a 2 day leave here visiting relatives. Cadet Blue, who is at present stationed at the naval air station at Wold-Chamberlain field, Minneapolis, expects to be transferred shortly to Pensacola, Fla., where after 2 ! ,i months of advanced training he will be commissioned an ensign. ST. SUZANN/VS CIRCLE TO MEET St. Suzanna's circle met Thursday at the home of Mrs Leo Berneman, 2510 Jefferson s. W. with 10 members and 8 guests' present. After the business session, games were played and refreshments served by Mrs. Berneman. assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Merries. The next meeting will be March 9 with Mrs. C. F. Clark, 424 24th S. W. --o-MEETING CONDUCTED BY H. N. A. LODGE R. N. A. lodge met -at Moose hall Thursday with Mrs. H L Leake presiding, at the session which was 'opened with a flag salute. Mairdella Newman, a juvenile, presented the past oracle's Pin to Mrs. E. W. Lilley. It was voted to purchase a $50 war bond and the meeting was closed with prayer. Mrs. Lilley entertained the group with games and prizes went to Mmes. A. L. Ready. Bessie Bull and L. Toinby. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lilley. SGT. FORREST ABEL SPEAKS AX SCHOOL Sgt. Forrest Abel talked to the Roosevelt elementary school 3rd 4th, 5th and 6th graders at an assembly Thursday. Sgt. Abel, who served in the Tunisian campaign and was stationed in the British Isles for a time, described his experiences and showed the children his Purple Heart wliich he received for having been wounded He will return to Camp Howze Texas, after his furlough. --o-FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY TO MEET FOE PARTY St. James Lutheran Friendship society will meet Sunday evening for a Velentine party. The new side. Mr.' and Mrs'. Harry Kinney and Mr. and Mrs Harold Maass will entertain. --o-Nora Springs--Mrs. Una Meeker and daughter, Lea Rae, returned to their home in Minneapolis Sunday evening after spending the weekend with r e l a t i v e s and friends in Nora Spring: To Sail to South Africa in February Under Alliance Mission Eunice Ott of Greene, becomes the 4th foreign missionary to.be sent out and supported by the Midwest Evangelistic association. Radio Chapel if the home office of this association. Miss Ott is a graduate of the oody Bible Institute of Chicago --id the Booth Memorial hospital in New York. She has also had a of Mr. and Mrs, George loer- ,,-- of Buckeye, was read at the nome of the bride's parents Jan. 29 by the Rev. H. Risse of Mitchell uncle o£ the bride. The bride has employed at the Armentrout or department store in Iowa -j. Corporal loergen is stationed Fresno, Cal. Witness mission in Chicago, working with Negro children. Miss Ott plans to sail to Swaziland, South Africa, the last of February under the Scandinavian Alliance mission. Folk of the Mason City area will have the opportunity of hearing and meeting Miss Ott Sunday at Radio chapel. A special missionary conference is being held and will convene at 11, 3 and 8 o'clock. The Rev. J. F. Swanson, who was a missionary to South America, assistant director of the Scandinavian Alliance Mission will also speak at the services. Both the Rev. Swanson and Miss Ott will also speak on the Sunday morning Bible broadcast at 9 a. m H elping the omemaker SOMETHING NEW PUMPERNICKEL BREAD 15c 24 OZ. LOAF ON SALE AT YOUR GROCER FRI. SAT. February Sunday Dinner (Point-rationed items are starred) Shrimp Cocktail I Rolled Breast of Lamb Rolled Breast of Lamb Vegetable Stuffing Buttered Broccoli Hot Bolls Plum Butter- Crisp Celery or Radishes Baked Date Pudding Lemon Sauce Coffee ' {Recipes Serve 4) Rolled Breast of Lamb *Bfeast of lamb, boned ','4 teaspoon salt Vs teaspoon paprika '/s teaspoon celery salt Vt teaspoon minced parsley (optional) 3 tablespoons flour H cup boiling water Have butcher borie breast of lamb. (Save bones for soup.) Sprinkle lamb with seasonings. Spread with stuffing. Roll up and tie with white cord or peg with skewers. Sprinkle with flour and brush with fat, melted or reserved meat drippings. Bake uncovered, 10 minutes, in moderate oven. Add water and lid. Bake slowly 1 1/3 hours. Baste 4 times Gravy can be made from Vegetable StnHinir for Meats *4 tablespoons c h o p p e d salt pork 2 tablespoons minced, onions 1/3 cup finely chopped celerv 1 cup cooked peas or lima beans 'A cup soft bread cubes Speck pepper 3 tablespoons vegetable brother hot water *2 tablespoons margarine, butter or meat drippings Heat pork in frying pan, add onions, celery and beans Simmer 5 minutes, stirring frequently' with fork. Lightly mix in rest of ingredients and spread on meat. has _._., ...nuc ut lne marriage of Miss Wilma Hisse, daughter of Mr ;, a nd Mrs. H. P. Risse of Iowa Falls, and Cpl. Vernon loerger, get ho 29 uru._ been ..., Junior Falls. at --o~ MntVl£l*» f\f A other ot 4 in Missouri Ackley--The Rev. Ernest Seybold left Thursday for Blue Springs, Mo., to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Marie Seybold 87, who died Wednesday of bronchial pneumonia. Besides the son in Ackley she is survived by 3 other sons, the Rev. Theodore Seybold, missionary in India, the Rev. Martin Seybold Columbus, Nebr., the Rev. Gottlob Seybold, Omaha, Nebr., and 3 daughters, Mrs. August Hache, St. Louis, and Mrs. Dave Jansen, Lexington, Mo., both wives of pastors, and Miss Bertha Seybold at home. Queens Take Over Party for Kiwanis .The Queens took over the program for Kiwanis club Thursday noon at the Hotel Hanford with a leap year Valentine party, complete with music, fun, good food and a book review, "So Little Time" by John Marquand was the book reviewed by Mrs. H. J. Steinberg. A polite satire on social life, according to Mrs. Steinberg, the story sometimes humorous, sometimes ironical, deals with the fleeting years of a man's life against a background of grim social sacrifice It is the story of a New York man, Goeffrey Wilson, a doctor of plays, who once wrote one which netted ' 580,000 and enabled him to marry into wealth. The scene is New York; the Hme Just before the outbreak of the -present war. Goeffrey has seen his own life bounded by two wars and realizes that alter all there is "so little time." Mrs. Steinberg read several passages to bring out the philosophy of the book--"for everything L4UJ9-|gpji, _. . -- ~-~~ "*",*-".* «*L»wi *irti6/** Mrs. Rotifer Paiton presided at ie meeting: and Mrs. R. B. Gray announced the program. Mrs Raymond Kunz led the singing .u-«..,i., on the program committee were Mrs. Ralph Flsch- beck, Mrs. Fred Wagner and Mrs. Dan Klempnauer. Mrs. G. M. Crabb gave the invocation. Miss Ruth Behrens presented two students from the vocal department of the high school. Miss Connie Hatges sang two selections from . 'Carmen" .and ."Sampson and Delilah." Leroy Spurgeon sang "The Blind Mendicant" New members of the club were introduced. Guests of the club jrere Mrs. Byrn Smith, WAVE Meriam Lattitner, and Miss Jane Johnson ^otffc*^ Please return empty Coca-Cola bottles to your dealer. to b. able to «rve y«, buffer, yo«r deafer need, empty Coca-Cola faafttei, There or, plenty of Coca-Cola bottles IF ftey m fcep, ^ving. Won't you plea*. return empty Coca-Cofa bofttes to your dealer at once fer'your deposit or, better 4t iU, for credit ^ W| ^^ of UNOE, A u r H O « , , » or , K t C O C A - C O I * - -.,.,..,, * u i n is* i i T up I K E C O C A - C O I A C O M P A K T If sd°FED. MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. PHONE _ * 1800 HARDWARE MEN ELECT OFFICERS Mason Cityans Are Re-Elected at Meeting " W i l l i a m A. Broquist, Des Momes, president of the Iowa Retail Hardware association, and all other officers were re-elected at the a n n u a l business meeting Thursday at Hotel Fort Des Moines. Other officers are Harry L. Summitt, Macedonia, vice president; Philip R. JacoWon, Ma,o n City, secretary and tre»iurer, and Ralph S. SUnbery, Mason City, attorney. . ' Directors renamed were E A Hansen, Rudd; Stanley Shupe Clarion; R. B. Schlotfeldt, DeWitt, and George R. Fie, George, .. Anume resolutions adopted by the hardware men were one appealing to congress for simplification of federal income tax blanks and another urging the WPB ti allow production of galvanized baskets for use of Iowa farmers. A 3rd resolution, also directed at the WPB, suggested that the ooard not announce production of rationed articles of hardware unless the materials are available The resolution pointed out that although the board had told the public (hat coffee pots, tea pots electric'irons and pressure cookers would be available, allocations of material had not been made to manufacturers. Pioneer North Iowa Woman Is Dead Here Mrs. Anna Pruismann, 82, one of North Iowa's pioneer farm- Wives, died Friday morning at a '° cal hospital after a brief illness -« ec «r made hei " home at 51 '0 oth S. W. in Mason City since the death of her husband, Frank Pruismann, at Tilohka in 1941 II iflV^'lTM?" Was born Au S Jl, 1882, at Emden, Germany. She was married in England to Henry Bamman and the couple came to the United States in the early 80s. They came first to Ackley r ,J\ ? lrs ' Bam man's mother lived but soon settled on a farm on the edge of Clarion, the west half of the present town site being at that time a swamp In 1897 they moved to Canada where Mr Bamman died in 1899. The widow and her family then returned to Clarion where she was married in 1902 to Frank Pruismann. They lived successively on farms at " · ~ ' * ^". """"lulu, -ingiewood Cal.; Richard.Bamman, Klemme Harold Bamman, Mason City, anc Andrew Pruismann, Blairsburg bhe also is survived by a stepdaughter, airs. Walter Hoiliday .. ,,_.. j uim -t SLCUSUIJS ---i, Harm and Emil Pruismann, all of Webster City, and Frank Pruismann, Titonka During ' the first World war Mrs. Pruismann was one of North Iowa s foremost blue star mothers with 2 sons and 4 stepsons in thp service. All 4 stepsons returned alter service overseas. _ Funeral services have not yet nerat VFW Backing Boy Scouts, Says Wilson dren active practice in"the Ain'erl ican way of life, deserve every encouragement we can give them' said Ralph J. Wilson, radio --- sprit**""* for Sari T ---· -- posl f 4 DI uan-Marnd p of the Veterans of Foreign -Wa on the KGLO Forum Thursd »S g n hL lr B fr- r' SOn Save nno bpcak Up For Democracy" talk VF.W SP ° ns0red "ationally by the The qualities 6f self-reliance and respect for the other fellow' are the essence, really, of our" democracy itself» he said. "As a matter of fact, it seems to me that me prime purpose of all democratic education should be to teach our youngsters that they are human beings among other human beings." Adults can help their children understand democratic ideals and .TM om ' the speaker stated We can teach that America is a nation of many peoples; a cross SPOlinTI 1\f tt-tfm ...l._f^ . . We section of the whole world We must emphasize the contribution that each proup has made-- and is making-- to the strength, the frcc- ^aid C " Uurc (nat is America," "The Boy Scouts of America organization was founded only 34 years ago this riionth. Somehow m my mind, and I think in the minds of a great many people the Boy Scouts have always been a part of the American way of life To date, some 11,000,000 boys have been actively influenced by the Boy Scout movement, w h i c h among other things, encourages in children a sturdy spirit of self-re- »if nC V,. cou P' ed wit " respect for the other fellow and his rights," Mr. Wilson said. He said, further, that the VFW has made a sincere effort to do * .1 - m the Proper education of^lhis country's young people. We sponsor a variety of youth activities such as Boy Scout troops junior bands and drum corps rifle clubs and drill (earns, essay con- w Si V! n1 various athletic sports. We believe that the young people .ve have been able to reach, have become good American citizens as a result of our work," he said. H. M. Knudson Announces Candidacy for State Senate Mason Cityan Served 4 Terms in Iowa House of Representatives Herman M. Knudson, Mason City, announced Friday that he is seeking the nomination to the state senate in the June primaries in Hancock, Cerro Gordo'and Franklin counties which make up the 43rd senatorial district. Mr. Knudson has served as state repl-esentative from Cerro Gordo '7 in the 46th, 46th extra, .... 49th, 50th and 50th extra . general assemblies. He is seeking the senate seat held for the last 3 year term by Oscar E. Johnson, Kanawha' Mr. Knudson was born on a farm in Mitchell county in 1887 and has been in business in Mason City for many years. He owned and operated Kemble's greenhouse here for more than 20 years ' and is now president of the Klipto Loose Leaf company. He was city treasurer of Mason* -Uty for 2 years and served 8 i( , . years as a member of the city ltaly - forestry and irrigation engi- council, He has served 'as nresi- nee , i ' s - are already at work on the dent of the Associated Advertis- Preliminary phases of the project, ing clubs of Iowa, the Retail Mer- " I ^, ny o£ them live in crude huts chanls nssnrinKTM ' *u~ o--S-A-. -· and tents on the mountain slopes. Z^ORFEIT BONDS Douglas E. Liston, 15 West - ...,,.,.- -.ate, and Lester J. Gleason, 233 -- j TIT """ »"""?"""·'' uua Fellows 8th S. E.,, each forfeited a $10 and Moose fraternities, the Y. M. bond in police court Friday morn- ,£,, h he c °nsregationsl ing on charges of intoxication. f-IlUlCn. T .i(;tf\v% \\nic- ii-\.-iMn-l »*4- m: . t HERMAN M. KNCDSftX -,_, ,, ,,.. * v , . U j me Aicitt*! iVUrrTM chants association/the Society of Iowa Florists, the Iowa State Horticultural society and as district governor of the Nebraska-Iowa "ui Kiwanis clubs. He also is a mem- State, ber of the Masonic, - - - - - - -·· - church. He is the father of 3 sons, all of whom are in the U. S. navy. Melted Snow Offers Power for 4 States Mexico City, (U,R)_Melted snow from the summit of Iztaccihautl-- whose 3 peaks look so much like the head, breast and feet oE a woman that it is called the "sleeping lady"--may soon provide hydro-electric power for 4 states under a project now being studied by government engineers. .u Th .t. p } an to "tilize run-off from .u ,, ck snaw ca P lha * blankets the Mexico City landmark the year around for producing electric P°^r ^ unique on this continent The proposed works would cost in. the neighborhood of 30,000000 pesos (about $6,000,000) and would increase the output of electricity in the states of Puebla Mexico, Morelos and the Federal District approximately 75 p er cent, according to government engineers. Scores of these engineers and geologists have, for some time, been conducting investigations of the feasibility o£ the plan and recently it was decided to carry it out with the backing o£ govern- Private By a series of tunnels into the mountain water will be conducted ch r rK gh ?K netw ° rk °£ Canals en- cucling the peak into reservoirs. Mom the reservoirs it will be forced through pipes down a 500. feet drop through giant turbines. The water will later be pined hroughout the S urrounding P district for irrigation and private uses according to the plan u has been estimated that thp sun melts as much as 600 cubic Ih1lrrfrt CVery ^inute or !,.?· u ? cqlhuatl snow bank, all of Wh ^TM^ 0 ^-l° waste. i, including mil- Preth Churned TAX PAID . Liston was arrested at First and Washington S. \V. at 12:25 a. m. and Gleason at 211 S. Federal" at 1:20 a. m. Foreign particles in the delicate mechanisms of aircraft detecting devices were traced to fingernail polish worn by women workers. FrUUy, Feb. U, 1944 7 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WILL GIVE PROGRAM Osage--A program entitled "The March of Victory" will be given at the seminary gymnasium Tuesday at 8 p. m. One hundred and eighty students will participate. Frank Piersol is general chairman. Other directors include Ruth Graper Marian Williams and Margaret Kane. ITES-iMEYER Iowa Falls--Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meyer announce the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Geraldine. to Robert Glen Ites, son of Mr. and Mrs. Heiko Ites o£ Alden, Feb. 3, read by the Rev. S. E. Birkner of Geneva at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Ites is a graduate of the Iowa Falls high school. Mr. Ites is a graduate of the Alden high school. The couple will live on a farm near Alden. AUILIARY ACTIVE Nora Sprints-- At the February meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary in the town hall Tuesday evening, members voted to purchase a $25 war bond; reported that $10 had been sent to the Schick hospital to help bring cheer and comfort to sick and wounded soldiers; and discussed plans f o r · t h e observance of the 25th anniversary of the American Legion. 1-2 and if s G O N E f Ju«t 2 6rop« Penetro Nose Drops in e«oh ._. , Boetriigo straiijit to jtuffly misery xonemyournoae.PrScri p- lion typo modication, they open ooli. ctomd no«, »v» head cold tie «ir. CsuUon: Usetmlyudirected. 25c. Get PENETRO r i i i Send Her VALENTINE FLOWERS KEMBLES FLOW6RPHONE 55 Stop in our New Shop at 115 No. Federal t Next Door to Green Mill ] KEMBLES GREENHOUSE Main Office and Greenhouse 1205 S. Federal New Downtown Shop 115 N. Federal OLEO Brookfield Corn Country BUTTER BUEHLER BROS 214so.FED MARKET PHONE 9« NORTH IOWAS LARGEST MARKET Fresh Dressed Roasting HENS 33 c ib. MEATY SPARE RIBS -_ · _ roinrs Ground Beet. Ib. 20c Sausage... Short Cute STEAK 29 VEAL STEW SLICED BACON ENDS Nation CHOPS BACON 4.____£-_ I IUU% CHEESE.... lb.36c I TORE LARD Tall Can Milk. 3 Cans. Roast

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