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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 15, 1944
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6 Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE St. Joseph's C. Y. V. Club Holds Party Members of the C. Y. V club gathered at St. Joseph's school Monday evening to hold their regular meeting, followed by a Valentine leap year party. James Colloton presided as chairman and Marguerite McGovern as secretary. Correspondence taken up at the meeting included a Valentine greeting from Pfc. Jack Krueger former, president of the club, who is now in the service. He congratulated the club on its good work and expressed the appreciation of the alumni in 'service for the moral support given them by the members of the club Following the business meeting a grand march, led by Maxine Perkins, president of the club, and Vern Pederson, brought the members to the Shrine of Mary. During the procession each girl presented a rose to Mary, after which the entire group recited the "Memo- rare" and sang "Mother Beloved." Sister Rose Marie was accomoa rust. Bunco was played with hea prize going to Gerald Skyles an low prize to Mary Jean Carlson Donald Poshusta and J a n i c O'Brien received the prize for th Valentine march. After a few hours o£ dancing luncheon was served by Mrs Prank Firkl and Mrs. Frank Per c kins. Other mothers who contribu ted to the luncheon were Mrs ^^Wo^ToArf* in Sponsoring Marionettes liiifllSHBiliBiHiBB Fellowshio. K^^^^ ~^r~. James Downs, Mrs. Henry Veil hoff and Mrs. Barfly Doolan. ---o--Mother, Daughter Say Nuptial Vows at Same Ceremony N a s h u a -- A double wedding took place in the office of John Tiegen, justice-ol-peace in New Hampton, Feb. 12, when Mrs. Bernice Lambert was married to Edward Rsdtke, both ol Nashua, and her daughter, Florence Lillian Lambert, was married to Oliver Ort, both of Nashua. The former couple will continue to reside in Nashua, living in Mr. Radtke's Borne, and the latter will begin housekeeping on the Weller farm 2 miles east of Nashua. --o-ELWOOD-BERHOW Scarville -- Gulaine Berhow daughter of Mr. and Mrs Floyd Berhow of Scarville, and Gerald Elwood, son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Elwood of Thompson were married by the Kev. Mr. Knutson at Albert Lea, Feb. 11. The attendants were Arvilla Friesen- cerg, a cousin of the bride, and Verle Elwood, a brother of the bridegroom. . Bny War Savings Bonds and stamps from your Globe-Gazette earner boy. Commerce party Blonday evening in the 5^^,^%? HS^.^tSo Sues of the school and""friends" representing moVe°~thTn"fin" VJ11 't£'V" e " OIel "anford. About 2 ties danced to the music-of Jimmy'S^ith"nd h*s Sand aUhe party 3 "* £ ° Uthem ^^ * The array of formal gowns,* accented ivith orchids, gardenias camelias and other flowers made a colorful picture. The Wedgewood room was decorated with huge baskets of flowers in red and white, the school colors Bowls of spring flowers filled the windows. Mr. and Mrs.. Ward *R. Hamilton assisted by the faculty acted coramuni- Miss Freida Gvius, George Schlichting Marry at Alexander Alexander--Miss Frieda Caroline Gruis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gruis of Alexander and George A. Schlichting, son of Adolph Schlichting of Klemme were married Feb. 11 in the Alexander Reformed church by the ixev. W. J. o. Boomgaarden. The wedding took place on the bride's parents' 30th- wedding anniversary. A prelude of nuptial music was' Jlayed by Hildegarde Gruis and Ralph Schmidt sang. . The bride was given in mar- lage by her father and Malinda jrms, sister of the bride was M-idesmaid. Glen Schiichting was est man and ushers were Harry Ostendorf and Herman Soutken. After the ceremony a reception vas held in the church basement Gueste were served refreshments y the Sunday school teachers : Irs. Henry Johnson, Mrs N oon ?f. aar den Marilyn Johnson nd Alice Suniken.-Assistants were ousins of the bride, Alvina Osten, - j - i . * i i w v^JJlCH-- . Viola Suntken, Hildegaarde ruis, Lorraine Schmidt, and Mrs ay Klehm. Mrs. Schlichting was graduated om the Alexander high school and attended Iowa State Teachers college. She has been teachin" in rural schools. . Mr Schlichting has been farming for several years with his father. After March 1 the couple will reside on the bride's father's larm one mile south of Meservey --0- '" A camel walks at about the rate GRAY HAIR Simply wee it with Cacuie Waicr. A lew applications will completely rMTOIoru similitro its former natural shade. In one day if you wish. Your- and flattering Eew color even after shampooing, curUos or wwins. Canute Water · Pure, colorless and crystal-cfKir. · r roved harmless at one of America's Greatest Unitersities.. REAU.YSAFEI Skm lest NOT needed. . 30 sears without iniury i o a single user. No other produel can make alHhese claim* Icadins dealers in most of America's lirsesr cities sell more Canute \Vatcr tfunallotberhiircoloiiosscombined. NEW8 AppLSizc._.i 1.1 i atdrucstores Care for It or It Won't Care for You A mighty important helper is that electric r\. cleaner of yours. It's truly precious- cant be replaced. By wiDg it CMTect , Javmg it checked over occasionally, you ca " *eep it in good operating condition. For major repairs, call your appliance dealer. -To Keep it Cleaning: * Empty d u s t Das cleaner is used. e v e r y time *read 1 T SheS frCC from "^ =»* worn" l "' ushes if {u » Becomes ^' d ru . nnin leaner over pins, nails, coins or other metal ob- ' jects. P,ck them up by hand. Sn^r TM nuf ?cl'"-cr-s Jnsiruc- «ons for cleaning anfl oiling. PEOPLES' GAS 6- ELECTRIC COMPANY * £sscnti a l hJfstry Giving K« Friendly, Dcpcrtabk Service ,, --. ,, j i.in_ itn-un-jr UULcQ as hosts for the evening. Phyllis Fink, Orchard, costumed as a Valentine Girl, distributed favors Don White, Mason City magician, entertained at the floor show. Miss Ruth Behrends, head of vocal music in the Mason City high school, presented, Maxine Dillon, Constance Halges and Dorothy Johnson, trio, who snn-» '-A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody"-' "Shoo-Shoo Baby," and "Stardust." Miss Hatges sang. "Begin the Beguine," Receptionists were Miss Colbj' Thomas Coyle, Rockwell; Berna- dme Gappa, Emmetsburg; Deloris Hai-twig, Thornton; Bonnie Olson Alden; Ellen Sheridan, Lawler ; James Simon, Rockwell: and Marian Smith, Adams, Minn., student council members, sponsored by Gladice Sears, Hamilton school principal. \ Service men stopping at the Canteen Monday night were special guests at the affair. (Photo byi Lock) Valentine Party Is Held, by Beta Sigma Phi at Helen Meyers Alpha Chi chapter oE Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at the home of Miss Helen Meyer, 1134 First IV W., Monday evening for its regular meeting and Valentine party. A book review was given on the "History of Macy's of New York" by Ralph M. Hower and plans were completed for a.rum- mage sale to be held SatuVday Feb. 26. The rest o£ the evening \vas Lincoln Day Is Observed by Program of Union Veterans mei Monday evening in the Hi-12 clubrooms with Mrs. Art Riekens presiding at the session at which the M iss es Betty Lynch, Lila and Lily Bemis were initiated into the order. The patriotic instructor, - Mrs. Iva Burgart, accepted a flag to be used in the memorial service It was announced that Mrs. S A Bemis reported on the memorial services for Pvt. Martin Shinn and it was announced that the Dau^h- ters were represented at the memorial for Pvt. Nolan Gilbert. Correspondence was reac! from Mrs. Alta Mrs. Anna 1 former members, Rule of Waterloo and McBride of San Diego. Mrs. Ruth Hanson was installed as, secretary, the Misses Lila and Lily Bemis as colorbearers and Miss Bet y Lynch as musician, by the installing officer, Mrs. Bemis. A Lincoln day program was presented by the patriotic instructor. Mrs. Hanson ave the story of Lincoln, Mrs. Bur'an s P° k ,f °" "The Mysteries of Lincoln and Miss Marie Fuller read Brook? by Phillips Mrs. Ida Slack whose 78th ^l d f y '* F J£- \ 5 was ^nored, Fellowship, Red Cross Gifts Voted Mason City branch of the American Association ot University Women voted contributions to the t j£' Y; J V " feljow ship fund and to the Red Cross camp and hospital committee at its meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs J. R. Shaffer, 407 Delaware ' P E. During the business session at which -Mrs. Shaffer presided it was decided o assist in sponsorin" the presentation of a marionette show of "The Firebird," the work of Douglas Bredt of Hampton proceeds to be donated to Greek- relief. Mrs. Shaffer appointed Miss Helene Bright, Miss Frances Stevens and Miss Margaret Krepsky to the nominatingg committee. Mrs. Henry Graven had the lesson, discussing "Russian Nationalism. Mrs. Graven commented on the various states which make up the Soviet union and of the difficulties encountered in makin" it into a single nation. She compared the set up of their system of representation in government with that of the United States. Mrs. Graven snoke of how difference in language is fostered, rather than eliminated in the present system of education and discussed the minority religious groups represented in Russia. In concluding the spoke the present effort of the soviet government to stress the heroes and glories of Russia's past in an effort to develop nationalism and pointed out that the war has also been a factor in unifying the nationalistic feeling. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served by Mrs Shaffer, assisted by Miss Nina Alleman and Miss Bright. Jefferson Members Parties Are Held by 2 | Study Clubs f Social events were on the;] 1 ! studv" club 1 " S0n ? e ?/ ^ as r Cit y' s ^{ btudy clubs at their /meetings'ff.fl Monday. ' y. H. E. O. club was entertainedtS at luncheon at the home of Mrs.$ C H. Thompson, 312 15th S E Monday afternoon, with Mrs. E .,, Eikenberry, Mj- s . Ansel Wolf and? , Mrs. Mae Morgan as assisting'-' hostesses. Flags formed the cen W terpiece and .were used as place". cards and miniature red, white-: pface battleships were at each'y Mrs. A. J. Batdorf, president' 1 u*ti, W « Charge ot the session at'| wliich S3 was donated to the Can-, teen. Mrs. Stella Homrig led de--I votions and Mrs. R. w. Fj sch J{ beck, guest speaker, reviewed! 1 '^America, the Story of a ^^^^S^^as^s ^^^^^^l^TM$ EacK Mrs. -34 ^ '3 Sgt. Lacke who is stationed at the army air base at Santa Am is a graduate of Loras college at Dubuaue in lm -,,7rf ht ' tering the service was an office and S^ manager wfth G£ Tire and Rubber company in Joplin, Mo. (Photo°by Habe of Santa ·*rs R. B. Girton, MrsBV McGowan and Mrs. H AJ^I - -.Jllips as assisting hostesses' Freesias centered tha ta where Mrs, Girfon and Mrs ,, H. Williams, mother of Mrs Ol son poured. The j ' °' eluded a review of spent playing cards with prizes going to Mrs. Alvin Stieger and Arline Rasmussen. The social committee, composed of Miss Helen Meyer, Miss Arline Rasmussen, Miss Cleo Kurd and Mrs. Kay Thompson, served refreshments. Mrs. Alvin Stieger, a former member, and Doris Martzahn were guests. BITS ABbUT 'EM Mrs. Everett A. Thies has left for her home in Minneapolis after spending a week with Mrs Truman Cadwell, 312 14th N W Mrs. D. C. Mead has left to 'join her husband, Pfc. Mead ot the Rapid City army air base, Rapid City, S. Dak., after spending 2 months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Angelides. _ Sgt. Maxine Nagle, who is stationed with the WACs at Maxwell Field, Ala., has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E R ; Rosburg, rural route 1, Mason City accompanied by her husband, Pfc. Gene Wa°le of Guernsey, Wyo. They also visited at Clarion where they lived before going into the service. WAVES who is stationed at Alameda Cal., as an aviation machinist has been visiting friends in Mason City. --o-- REED-TKELOE Osage--Word has reached Mr and Mrs. Grant Reed concerning the marriage of their nephew, Orlyn Reed, Pleasantville, Feb 3 to Evelyn Trelor, Ogden. Oriyn rteeti is a former Osage resident leaving Osage 2 years ago The couple left for Portland, Oregon to establish a home h K r Presented her by Mrs. Bemis. A valentine party followed with refreshments served Mrs. Bessie tsuH and her committee Members were asked to attend the funeral of Mrs. C O Cum- mmgs a Civil war widow. The ^' 111 .^ charge o£ t h e Thursday and Friday. BARBARA JOHNSON OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Barbara Jean Johnson enter- T e l Playmatcs at her hom e, North Federal, in celebration of her, 5th birthday. The guests included Viola Anderson, Pauline Molt, Ella May Neuman, Suzanne Salon, Diana and Jimmy Staker Bobby Davis and Jackie Fisher' Games were played, refreshments served and gifts presented to the honoree. Are Entertained by Group at Garfield G a r f i e l d Parent Education meeting was held at the school Monday evening with the members of the Jefferson Parent Education group as suests. The program opened with the singing of "America the Beautiful," followed by 2 piano solos, "Waltz," by Brahms and '-Doll Dance," played by Mrs. Fred Wolkenhauer, a lesson on "The Free Child's Personality" by Mrs Ed Kelly, assisted by Mrs. Clifford Pierce, and 2 readings by Mrs. CaVl Fick. Singing of "Love's Old Sweet Song" concluded the program. » . Refreshments were served by Mmes. Ernest Mentink, William Lauer, Thomas Waters, Mike Winter and Billy Mittenberger. TUESDAY H elping the omemaker Our TERMS will save your eyes As Low As $1.00 a Week A beguiling frock for that Big Night--whether it's graduation or dating your favorite soldier home on furlough! No. 27C8 in size 1G requires 3-ls yd. 39-in. fabric. Send I6c 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 Book is now ready. Illustrates 175 pattern styles in beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. 15c a copy, or only lOc with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St New York 11, N Y. Meat Alternate For,Dinner (Point-rationed items are starred) Savory Limas Cabbage Relish Salad Whole Wheat Buns (Cold or Reheated) Apple Butter Bettina Spanish Cream , Coffee or Tea for Adults Milk for Children (Recipes Serve 4) Savory Limas 1 pound dried limas 5 cups water "3 tablespoons chopped salt pork Vi cup chopped onions 1 clove garlic (optional) 1 teaspoon chili powder Vt teaspoon sugar J ,i teaspoon salt % teaspoon paprika 'A teaspoon celery seed or celery salt 1 teaspoon prepared mustard % cup vinegar *',2 cup condensed tomato soup Wash limas thoroughly. Add water and soak over night. Cook slowly, covered, in the water in which they were soaked until beans are tender (about 35 minutes). Drain and reserve the stock for soup. Heat pork in frying pan, add opions, beans and garlic. Simmer 5 minutes. Discard the garlic. Add rest of ingredients and a cup of the reserved bean stock Simmer 30 minutes. Stir frequently with fork. If desired pour this mixture into casserole and bake, covered 40 minutes in moderately slow oven. Uncover last 5 minute's of baking time, to brown the top. Bettina Spanish Cream 1 tablespoon granulated gelatin 2!i cups milk 4 egg yolks, beaten 2 tablespoons cold water 1/3 cup sugar 'A teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon grated orange rind ·'/i cup raisins (chopped) V* teaspoon almond extract Vt teaspoon vanilla Soak gelatin 5 minutes in half C U n , y 11 '^' Add rest o£ m 'lk to yolks/ beaten with water, and with sugar and salt added Cook in double boiler until mixture thickens slightly. Stir constantly Do not overcook or the dessert will curdle. Add gelatin and stir until dissolved. Cool and add rest of ingredients. Pour into a mold rinsed out of cold water. Chill' When firm unmold and serve plain or with cream, fresh or canned fruit or pudding sauce --o-Destruction of G e r m a n y's Mohne and Eder dams in 1943 unleashed a third of a billion tons of water on the reich's industrial (heart White Shrine-- v 6:30, Masonic temple, meetinc at 7:30. Trinity congregation-6:30, church. Clio club-- -v .Miss Ruth Stevens, 321 Washington N. W. Women's Symphony-7, Music hall. X. A. P. E. auxiliary-7:30, Labor hall. Phoenician club-8, Hotel Hanfovd. Fellows-8, I. O. O. F. hall. Moose lodge-8, Moose hall. . | WEDNESDAY V. F. W. auxiliary-2, V. V. W. hall. Bible class-. 9:30, Y. W. C. A. Emanon club-1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Queen of Clubs-1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Trinity Lincoln circle-1, Eadmar hotel. Wednesday Contract club-1, Jefferson amber room. '. E. O., chapter GN-1:15, Y. W. C. A. Today's Bridge club-1:15, Mrs, J. C. Gearhart, 111 2nd S. E. Trinity Highland circle-1:30, Mrs. A. N. Rogness, 220 2nd N, E. Social Hour club-Mrs. Elmer Krause. Freeman Ladies aid-Mrs. C. Hamstreet. Navy Mothers club-2, Service Men's club. Frienflly Birthday chilj-- j. 2, Mrs. C. A. Buffington, 427 23rd S. W. St. James circle 1-2, Mrs. if. Wolkenhauer, fill Carolina S. E. Queen Rcbckah circle-2, I. O. O. F. hall. Woodmen circle Beryl Grove No 135-- . Postponed 1 week. Women's Labor auxiliary-2. Labor hall. P. E. O... chapter DZ-- 2:30, Mrs. R. S. Stanbery, 315 Delaware N. E. Central Lutheran west group Mrs. D. K. Lundberg, 75 Beaumont drive. Red Cross Volunteers-7 to a, surgical dressings room, 211 North Federal. X. B. C. club -7:45, Mrs. Roy Fellows, 324 Ken- Mason City Button club-8, Mrs. Roy Potter, 1019 Jefferson K. W. Monroe Parent Education group . 8, school. JOHN* EDWAKD LOWE ENTERTAINS GKADE John Edward Lowe entertained the 3rd grade of Madison school at a Valentine parly Monday He- read a poem, "The Barnyard Song,' and Miss Iota Lau, the teacher, told 2 stories. Ken Billings Miss Eva Scott and Mrs. L. W, Lo WC W ere guests. Refreshments we're served. Program Is Planned by Union Memorial Women for Meetina Reviving an old o custom, the women of Union Memorial church will be guests and will present the program at the meeting of the missionary educational department of the Presbyterian Women's association at the parish house Friday afternoon at 2:30. --o-ROSS PULS GIVES VALENTINE PARTY Ross Puls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwm Puls, entertained 10 neigh- bodnood children at a Valentine party Monday at his home 640 Connecticut S. E. Guests were Connie Lou and Marlyn Ann Mul- T? n . e J' ADeLore s Herzog, Jean and Ruth Arnold, Raymond Johnson Judy Whorley, · Terry Berkland and Patricia Lambert. Games were played with prizes going to DeLorez Herzog, Jean and Ruth Arnold. CARD PARTY HELD AT I. O. O. F. HALL The last in a series of card parties sponsored by the I O O F endowment fund committee was Jiven Monday at the I O O F . hall, prizes went to Mrs Fritz Fnd, Willis Bemiss, Mrs. Walter Hyde, Frank Bouda, Mrs. Frank Bouda. Guy Peters, Joe Goelz Mrs. Mary Milnes and Mrs Paul Gustafson. ROOSEVELT P. l7 A. BOARD HAS SESSION Roosevelt Elementary P T A board met with Mrs. Ralph Connelly, 512 15th S. E., Monday to Plan for the P. T. A. meeting to be held Thursday at 7:30 at the school. It was announced that the Madison Parent Education group will be entertained by the Roosevelt group Feb. 21 at 7:45. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served by the hostess. --o-The war food administration has raised 1944's milk production goal a billion quarts over the 1343 total. ' by Mr y Sholem Asch »r , · J - Steinberg Mrs. H. B. Major led the lesson on "Has America A - McEw en, 311 had 5th hP s e n e r ained the home o£ Mrs. H. C John- . . son, 305 Carolina S. E , and the ^?ded a discussion of Disease Control," led S2JS*" T Venereal K.. T\T -- ---.".H^C ^»jmroi, jed the n^r Harry Sondee S^ and the post war round table with Mrs. C. L. Marston in charge' FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co 'Phone 2272 BETHLEHEM TCTrtOK '·'·· CHOIR H A S PARTY [ : , The Junior choir of the Bethle- '''·'·'· TMf} T7\ the £ an chur ch had its an- '"',' nual Valentine party at the church T parlors Monday evening GaiSS i were playeH with prizes going to -'' James Winter, Martha Shaffer fi i Winters and Marie Chall $ ifresnments were in keeping ' Valentine's day and were served by a group of mothers including Mrs. Clarence Nolte, Mrs J. Stmehart and Mrs. Fred Groh." ST. HELENA'S CIRCLE MEETS St. Helena's circle was enter- 9n7 I "m, b 2' ^- EImer Holmlund, 207 Rhode Island S. E., Monday evening. There were 14 present and contract was played with prizes going to Mrs. Ray Sloan and Mrs. Don Giesen. Refresh- '?] ments were served by the host- '4 ess, assisted by Mrs. Ray Holub GOLDS frt* Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up each nostril at the very first sniffle °. r ,sneeze. Its quick action aids Nature's defenses, Follow Flattering New Fashions... AM s u p e r for under-coat wear now . . . and for sunny days ahead. "See You Tomorrow

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