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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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8 THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 3 Chapters ofP.E.O. Plan Dinner -Plans for a. dinner in which the 3 Mason City chapters of the P. E. O. sisterhood were discussed at the meetings of the 3 chapters Wednesday, The dinner will be Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 6:30 at the Hotel Hanford. Unaffiliated members, as well as members of the 3 chapters, are being urged to attend the meeting by the committee in charge which includes Miss Margaret Bagley and Mrs. J. Francis Beck from chapter DZ, Mrs. Lester Milligan and Mrs. J. A. Van Ness from chapter GN and Mrs. Herman Knudson arid Mrs. W. Earl Hall chapter IW. Chapter DZ met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Long, 128 10th N. W, chapter GN at the Y. W. C A and chapter IW at the home of Mrs^F. B. Hathaway, 1210 Adam* VISIT FKOM WEST Clarion--Mrs. Catherine Nesbit and daughter Esther drove from California to spend' the holidays at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Leslie Turk ot Clarion. Mrs. Nesbit has been employed at the Alameda naval air base and her daughter Esther has been industrial nurse at a war plant in the Mohave desert. SffMFA WORLDS LARGEST I AT L ." ASPIRIN JANUARY SPECIALS "Budget" Permanent 3.95 . Regular .50 Wave 5.00 Regular 8.50 Wave With Personalized Haircut 7.00 ALL OPERATORS ARE EXPERTS USE YOUR CHARGE" ACCOUNT PHONE H3 DURING STORE HOURS D A M O N ' S Beauty Salon--Second Floor ing. The bride was Miss Doris Fitz gerald, daughter of Mrs. Carri Mrs. Gordon Dilts Elected President of Rebekah Circle Ofifcers for the coming year were elected by the Queen He- bekah circle at a meeting in the I. O. O. F. parlors Wednesday with Mrs.' J. D. Perdue president, charge. Mrs. Gordon Dilts was named president Mrs. Clarence Hubacher, vice president; Mrs. Guy Angell, secretary, Mrs. Maude Maxson, treasurer. Hot dish holders were turned in for the I. O. 0. F. home and the president closed the meeting with 2 poems, "The New Year" and "Friendship." Lunch was served at the close of the meeting with Mrs. Dilts as chairman. Mrs. W. H. Arnold and her committee were named to serve Jan. 17. Evelyn Harken Weds William Keninger Acbley--The marriage of Miss Evelyn Harkcn, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Eno Harken, and Wiliam Keninger, son of Mr. and »Irs. Frank Keninger, took place at Fitzgerald, 620 President S. W and Pfc. 'Jones is the son of Mr and Mrs. C. W. Jones, 15 8th S. Vt They were attended by Lt. Olso and Miss Bragg. The bride wore green suit with brown accessorie and the bridesmaid, a tan woo suit with brown accessories. Bot! had- corsages of roses. The bride is employed by th Northwestern B e l l Telephon company and will remain in Ma son City after Pfc. Jones report 7an. 21 to Hot Springs, Ark. He has spent 34 months overseas and is the wearer of the purple heart awarded tor wounds received ir Italy. St. Mary's Catholic church at Ackley with the Rev. J. J. Murtagh officiating, ·The couple xvas attended by Harley Burkley, sister of the bridegroom and Nickolas Keninger, S 2/c, brother of the bridegroom. Paul and Elmer Keninger Brothers of the bridegroom, were :he servers. Harqld Keninger Brother of the bridegroom, was the usher. The couple will live on the e on e bridegroom's father's farm north of Ackley. Splendid Cough Syrup Easily Mixed at Home ?l^ T ^ _ _ · ^» « " It's So Easy! Makes~a Big Saving. No Cooking. To get quick and satisfying relief Irom coughs due to colds, mi^ tjjjj recipe in your own kitchen. Once tried you'll never bs without it, and it 5 so simple and easy. First, make a syrup by stirring 2 cups granulated sugar and one cup of Trater a few moments, until dissolved. A child could do it. No cooking needed. Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honey. Instead of sugar syrup. Then get 2% ounces of Pinex from any druggist. Tbis is a special compound of proven ingredients, in con- centrated form, Isnown for its effect on throat and bronchial membranes. Put tho Pinex into a pint bottle, and add your syrup. Thus you make a_ full pint of really splendia medU cino and you get about four times as much for your money. It never spoils na children love its pleasant taste! And for quick, blessed relief it Is amazing. You can feel it take hold in a way that means business. It loosens Phlegm, soothes the irritated mem- Dranes.andeasesthesoreness. Thusit makes breathing- easy, and let's you get restful sleep. Just try it, and it not pleased, your monoy will be refunded. } One of the new "deftly cut strop sandals -- beautiful brown or black polished leather! A glow of glamour . . . captivating, nude looking ... for day or night drama. D A M O N ' S (Main Floor) I. 0. 0. F. Officers Guests at Dinner at Brookings Home Frank Brookings, noble gran of I. 0. O. F. lodge No. 224, an Mrs. Brookings entertained the of liters and trustees of the lodge a dinner Wednesday evening a their home, 1442 Virginia N E Guests included Gilbert' Ran doll, Oliver Repp, Cal Sears, Fos ter Elliott, Charles Gooch, Dale Hyde, Guy Angell, L. A. Parker Oscar Pederson, A. A. Briggs H Van Every, Wayman Closson Thomas Needham, Elmer Martin and. Clarence Harris, all officers and trustees and U. W. Davis anc Clarence Day. Mr. Kandall spoke briefly and presented a gift to Mr. Brookings The evening was spent in cards and visiting. Assisting Mrs. Brookings were Mrs. Day, Mrs. Davis and C, A Bruner. ·: Charter Is Draped at Auxiliary Session Cronin Dexter auxiliary met Wednesday in the Labor hall with Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson presiding ft the session at which the charter was draped for the past provisional president, Mary Heesch. The auxiliary voted to contribute $10 to the blood plasma fund, a project of the national president. Application for membership by Bonnie Bistline was accepted Marine Lt. Delourise Layman 'a member of the auxiliary talked to :he group. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Frank Bysong and Mrs, J. F. Corcoran and the veterans were guests. The next circle meet- ng will be Jan. 16 with Mrs Corcoran. °^°;;;;;rr7 S( '**'x' ! 1 wortdtt ·' *°"9 *TM° "an"''"* '"' Cream Deodorant Sajtly kelps Stop Perspiration 1. Does not irrititc skin. Does ' not roc dresses or men's shirts. 2. Prevents undcc-:fccm odor. Helps stop perspiration safe!?. 3. A pure,white, inriscptic.stain-' less vimshing cream. 4. No waiting to dry. Can be used nghc iftcr shiving. 5. Awarded Approval Sea? of Atncricaqlnstimtc of Laundering--harmless to fabric. Use Arrid regularly. THI LMGUT UUIN6 D.OPCMUNT Elected by Chapter ^ .__ * - ·* Mexico Trip Described ajt Meeting Delegates to the 53rd continen tal congress of the Daughters o the American Revolution and del egates to the state D. A. R. con yention were named at the meet ing of the Mason City chapter o the D. A. R. Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs F. G Carlson 511 East State. Mrs. George Burmeister, regent presided at the session which fol lowed a 1 o'clock luncheon. Con tmental congress delegates elected were Mrs. Burmeister and Mrs Fred Heddeas and alternates, Mrs William N e t t l e t o n , Mrs. Le Mensch, Mrs. H. W. Koeneke am Mrs. William Barbour. - Delegates to the state conference which will be held jn De Moines on a date to be announce later will be Mmes. Burmeister Heddens, Harold Posy and Nettleton and alternates will be Mmes Koeneke, B. F. Gabbert, Raymond Coe and Ben Henry. A letter from Miss Mable J Atkinson was read, thanking the chapter for the Christmas remembrance sent her. Mrs. Harlan Girton and Mrs Carlson had charge of the program. Mrs. Girton, wearing a Mexican costume, gave the history of ancient Mexico, described the climate and geography of the country. She commented on the people their customs and costumes anc their contribution to the art of the world. Mrs. Carlson talked on her trip to Mexico, giving the itinerary of the journey and describing various lights and experiences. Hostesses assisting Mrs. Carlson were Mrs. Burmeister, Mrs. Koeneke, Mrs. Stanley Haynes, Mrs Nettleton and Mrs. Lee Mensch Mrs. F. M. ~ was a guest. . . Spayde of Garner Mrs. Tait Gives Talk at War Wives Meeting At the meeting o£ the War Wives Wednesday evening at the Y. W. C. A., Mrs. William Tait spoke on her xperience in Red Cross work in England. Mrs. Vernon Dotson and Mrs. Bert Coon were named to have charge of the program at the next meeting, Jan. la, and Mrs. Bichard Neumann and Mrs. Lloyd Mor~'s, the refreshments. Each member told where her lusband is stationed and a large map was used to show their various locations. Mrs. Beth Carter Johnson was elected treasurer of the club. Mrs Senneth Hose is the club president. The club is open to wives of servicemen and anyone interested n joining may contact the Y. W C. A. THURSDAY 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. iroup 28, Christian church women Miss Phyllis Gashel, 804 15th N. E. Vomen of the Moose-8, Moose hall. . O. T. O-8, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY st Methodist W. S. C. S. 9:30, executive board, Mrs. Ira Stinson, 722 1st N. W. Christian church Women's council 11:30, prayer; 12:30, luncheon; I:lo, business. Queen Rebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. unior Service Guild-. lur Saviour's Dorcas circle-1:30, church. irst Baptist Women's union-2, Mrs. C. E. Blanchard, 19 Connecticut N. E . A. to B. R. T 7:15, Moose hall. --0-BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Marilyn Bender, 707 Wash- nEton N. W., has left for the Uni- crsity of Minnesota where she ill enter the school of nursing. Miss Jackie Senneff has return- d to her home in Britt after a ew days visit with her cousins ; r. and Mrs. Richard B. Senneff, 12 First N. w. .NUPTIALS HELD AT CHURCH-In a candlelight ceremmy at Trinity Lutheran church Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock the Rev Alvm Rogness officiated at the marriage o£ Miss Dorrai'ne Arlene Pedersen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pedersen 412 6th S W and Maxlield M. Major, son o£ Mr. and Mrs Harvey B Ma for 20j 2nd N. E. Winter smilax and ever-*-----J ' Miss Ann Rutledge, daughter o£ T. and Mrs. Vern Rutledge, 16 «h S. E., has returned to Kansas ity to resume her studies at the ansas City Art Institute after pending her vacation here. Miss Glennys Murren has left r Washington, D. C., after a visit ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs len Murren, Central Heights. She employed m the department o£ :nculture in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis o£ :. Paul have been visiting at the ome of^his uncle, U. W. Davis, " A superior type of "waterproof atch has b e e n developed by anufacturers especially for use y servicemen under conditions of nusual humidity and dampness, PB reported. green formed the background fo baskets of pastel snapdragons ant calla lilies. x Mrs. Roy Servisori played a half hour of nuptial music preced ing the ceremony, her 'selection: including "Romance" by Ruben itein, "Romance" by Weiniawsky 'Extase" by Ganne, and "An dante" by Tschaikowsky. Befor "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lo hengrin" which was the proces sional, Kenneth Hoi man and James Chenoweth lighted tlv tapers on the altar. Mrs. Robert Browning, matron of honor and Harold Mattfeld, the bridegroom's attendant led the informal procession down the aisle They were followed by little Jan Ann Donnelly who carried the sride's ring in a tiny baske irimmed in white satin ribbon Miss Pedersen entered escorted b\ :he bridegroom. "At Dawning" b Madmen was played softly during :he double ring ceremony are VIendelssohn's wedding march was the recessional. The bride was attired in a lavender Australian wool suit with iuscia accessories and her cor- jage was orchids. Mrs. Browning's costume was ice blue Australian wool with matching accessories Her corsage was of gardenias anc sweetheart roses. Jane Ann Donnelly was dressed in. rose wool cashmere with rose pLhk hair rib- jon. Mrs. Pedersen, mother of the bride, wore black silk dress with sequin trim and matching accessories. Her corsage was.gardenias Mrs. Major, mother of the bride- iroom was dressed in a suit of )lack silk crepe with 'purple ac- :essories and wore a corsage o] alisman roses and violets. A reception for 100 guests was icld in the Wedgeroom of .the lotel Hanford following the ceremony. A 4-tier bride's cake cen- ered the tea table which was decorated with candles and bouquets of pink roses, snapdragon; and iresias. Mrs. Leon Woodarti larpist, piayed'background music Hostesses were Mrs. Rogness, Mrs. Robert i,. Major, Mrs. R. L. Goltz and Miss Elinor Major The bride is a graduate of the Mason City high school and was mployed for 2 years at the North American Aircraft, Englewood, The bridegroom is a graduate of rtason City schools and attended llinois and Iowa universities. Be- ore beginning his duties as first fficer for Transcontinental and Vestern Airways he was an -in- trument flying instructor at the rmy base,- Huron, S. Dak. His ttendant, Mr. Mattfeld, was form- rly his instructor in the U. S. \rrny Air force. Out of town guests at the wed- ing were Mr. and Mrs. James Chenoweth of Nashua, Mr and Mrs. Paul McGarvey of JVaterloo, Mr. and Mrs. W. W Rice of Vallejo, Cal., Me. and Mrs. Nicholas DeHeck of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Aura Major of Clear Lake, R. E. Nesseth of Richmond, Cal. Mrs. O. G. Blackstad and Obert Blackstad of St. James, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Nesseth and Ed. Nesseth of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mattfeld of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Major will be at home at 109 Gladstone Blvd Kansas City, Mo. ' Mrs. Robert Major and Mrs. Harvey Major entertained 20 guests at a shower for Miss Pedersen at the Major residence 209 "J N. E., Dec. 30. A dinner was WHEN HEAD COLDS STRIKE 12 drops in each nostril work swiftly to help you breathe freer again. Cau- won rUseonlysadlrected IPENETKO NOSE DROPS FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Sire--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 held 'for the bridal party at the Hanford hotel on Tuesday eve- RETURNS TO DUTY Iowa Falls -- George Mullano petty officer 2/c, in the navy has left after spending several days with relatives in Iowa Palls. For several months he has been in New Oreans, La., recuperating from injuries received at sea nearly a year ago while he was a gunner on a merchant ship. He expects to leave again soon as a member of/a gun crew on a merchant ship. --0-A polyvmyl acetal resin coating has been substituted for rubber in some waterproof military fabrics. All American Award Made for New Mum j Members of the Mason City Garden club will be interested to know that one of the new, hardy chrysanthemums shown them last fall by H. Roy Mosnat, Belle Flame was a variety named Sam Williston, which is one of the win- n f r fn'« 'm? . A 1-America selections of 1945. This is the highest honor that a new flower can attain This new chrysanthemum is described as: "Particularly noteworthy for its brilliant red coloring--a vibrant tone hardly equaled by any other variety. The semi-doable blooms are borne in great abundance." The new mum is named for Prof. Samuel Williston, the au-· thority on the law of contracts ot Harvard law school. He was Mr Mosnat's professor in contracts there. It had to be a crimson mum and it is, according to Harvard- tradition. - j " was sold to R. M. Kellogg Co.', · Three Rivers, Mich., on royalty ' A couple years ago this company ' also'bought a new creation of Mr Mosnat's, Summer Gold U s' plant patent No. 598, also on ray- ' alty basis. Before that, the same ' . firm bought his Pink Dean Kay '· 1 which is now the most planted of any hardy, chrysanthemum. It has ' almost turned hardy mum color l from yellow to pink. It was named i for Dean George F. Kay, State '· University of Iowa, who died a · couple years ago. Red, canary, -j and white and other colors of 1 Dean Kay mums have now been l created. Dean Kay took a good '? deal: of pleasure in this recoani- '4 tion. *! In Flower Grower, Jan., 1945, ty there is a portfolio of 1945 jiov- 'i cities, 19 new flowers, of which 10 'i are new hardy chrysanthemums. ( Child's Colds RHieve Misery A J|S%|S C» -Orion . l/IVl\9 Time Tested W N/APoRllB Burpee's i 61AMT WJgveuZ MAS . Special! 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