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

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CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE T\T rVfcfi* ^ T~ ^^-UAZEITB · FRiDAY, JANUARY 5 , «, P^Q^^l^^r^ri-^^o..^ at A^ Meetin Installing Ceremonies Conducted Officers of the L. O. T. O. were Installed at the I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening, following a dinner attended by the L. O. T O and A. M. O. S. Mrs. Guy Angell presided at the meeting and officers installed include Mrs. Frank, Brose, great ashayhi; Mrs. Louis Campbell queen ashayhi; Mrs. Hefa Donaldson, keeper of tradition; Mrs. Otto Gundlach, collector of shekels; Mrs. Maude Madson, keeper of shekels; Mrs. Bert Meeker, prelate- Mrs. Angell, past ashayhi; Mrs. Fred Warner, oriental guide; Mrs. Nellie Ulrich, guard; Mrs. Henry Morphevv, syndic; Mrs. A. C. Holly Mrs. Etta Fowler, Mrs. Dorothy Clemens, bannerbearers; Mrs D U. Davis, detector; Mrs. Foster Elliott, executor; Mrs. Art Ready, musician; Mrs. Harry Gardner assistant detector; Mrs. George Wendt, assistant executor; Mrs. .Wendt, Mrs. Garner and Mrs. Ulrich, trustees; Mrs. Angell reporter. Mrs. Elliott, deputy supreme ashayhi, and Mrs. Gundlach deputy supreme guide, installed the officers. A past ashayhi's pin was presented to Mrs. Angell by Mrs. Eli- liott and Mrs. Angel spoke briefly. Mrs. Brose announced that after the next meeting, there would be entertainment. Past Noble Grands Meeting Conducted Past Noble Grands met Thursday in the I. O. O. F. parlors with Mrs. Wayman Closson presiding. Mrs. D. J. Perdue and Mrs. Fred Lmd conducted the lesson on "Decisions and New Legislation" and Mrs. Gus Weida on "Official Cards." Following the busness session, a play, "What Is the World Coming to?" written by Mrs. W. H. Arnold and directed by Mrs. M. C. Fessenden was presented by Mmes. - H. E. Chelberg, A D Diercks, Irwin Repp, Maude Maxson, Perdue, Arnold and Fessenden. Mrs. C. A. Wiest was a guest and hostesses were Mmes. Repp, J E Lennan, J. J. Goelz, J. M. Hazlett H. J. Doderer and Minnie Taplin SOCIAL FRIDAY . A. io B. E. T.-7:15, Moose hall. · Queen Eebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. Aljean Holm Bride of Robert Howlett Kanawha--Robert Howlett son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howlett of Kanawha, and Miss Aljean Holm daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Holm of Duncombe, were married Dec. 30 in the Lutheran church at Duncombe by the Rev. Mr. Masted Attendants were the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Hershel Morris of Kanawha Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served in the home of the bride's parents. After a short wedding trip, they will be at home on the Charles Howlett farm near Kanawha. Church at Clarion Scene of Nuptials Kanawha -- Miss Huth Clark daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clark of Kanawha, and Barrel Durst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Durst of Gaza, were married Tuesday at the United Presbyterian church at Clarion, by the Hev J F. Moore, pafsor of the Kanawha Methodist church. Attendants were Mrs. Harold Klmk of Primghar, a sister of the bridegroom, and Martin Clark brother of the bride. A reception was held in the church parlors fallowing the ceremony. The bride was graduated from the Clarion high school and attended college at Upper Iowa University at Fayette. She has been teaching in the Gaza schools for the past 2 years. The bridegroom was graduated from the Gaza high school and has been engaged in farming. They will make their home m Gaza, and she will continue teaching there. MRS. FREDERICK J. OLSON · --Photo by Lock MRS. FRED WAGNER, --Photo by Lock Auctioning of art objects in England dates from the 17th cen- -Spoils Sfeep Tonight arou'li lite the way IVa-tro-nol works right where trouble Is to open .up nose-relieve Etuffy transient con- eestion. (Also grand for relieving sniffiy sneezy stuffy distress of bead colds.) Follow directions In folder Milford Helgerson Married in Virginia West Union--Mr. and Mrs. Mike O. Helgerson, West Union, have received word of the marriage of their son, Pfc. Milford Helgerson to Miss Mary Irwin Boyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wood Boyd performed Dec. 27 at Martlnsville! Va by the Hev. S. H. DieM, pastor of First Presbyterian church They were attended by Sgt Americo and Mrs. Bedini, cousins oi the bride. Following the ceremony, an informal reception was given at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Helgerson, who is employed by the Telephone company will continue her work in Virgmia. Pvt. Helgerson returned to Camp Atterbury, Ind., after a 10 day furlough. \ Manly-- Miss Helen Roach, linotype operator at the Signal office took a few days off from her duties spending the time in Des Momes where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Enms Klapp. The women are sisters Women of the Moose Initiate New Members at Meeting at Hall New members initiated by the Women of the Moose at Moose hall Thursday evening were Mmes. Russell Miller, Robert Berry Ted Swinehart, Russell Pettey and Miss Betty Miller. · Committee reports were given by the friendship chairman, Mrs Jennue Frietag; publicity, Mrs. John Nalan; library, Mrs. Henry Nelson; membership, Mrs W Mills; Moosehaven, Mrs. Ed Kolda : Mooseheary chairman, Mrs Can" and war relief chairman, Mrs. Ed TM Mr \ Vem Mott read a re Port on Moosehaven. The executive committee met preceding the lodge session. Ritual practice will be held at the hal! Wednesday night and the next meeting will be Jan 18 when Mrs. Nellie Smith, state officer, will be a guest. There will be a program and lunch. Clarksville Family Holds Happy Reunion MRS. W. D. THRAMS vtfUR MITTS fTARTS TOMORROW Snuggle Puffs Fuzzy Wuzzy Collegiate Ppwderpuff Bostonian find Other Popular Styles Clarksville--Dr. and Mrs. D R Best had.the pleasure of having their entire family at home for we holidays, the 1st time in 20 years. William C. Best and his wife, and small son arrived from Trinidad, British West Indies, where he had just, completed a 3 year contract as instrument engineer with one of the largest oil refineries in the British empke. Dr. D. R. Best, Jr., who is a chiropractor in Bristol, Tenn arrived with his wife and daughter ^Frank Best and his sister, Mrs. William Campbell, came from Moose Jaw, Canada. BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss LuciUIe Trowbridge of Berkeley, Cal., has returned to Gnnn'ell college to resume her studies after a holiday visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M J S Powell, 302 Taylor S. W. Bob Powell who has been spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Powell, has also returned to Grinnell where he is a sophomore. Mrs. Billy Dick and daughter, Barbara, have left for their home in Louisville, Ky., after spending 2 weeks at the home of Mr and Mrs. J. J. Julson, 226 14th N W Mrs. Nellie Barnhart of Eau Claire, Wis., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Estella Lee and her granddaughter, Mrs. Claude Lynch and family, route 2. Miss Joan Moore, a student at Grinnell college, has returned to lL er v. S V? dies there a£ter tending the holidays with her parents here. William Malek has left for Cedar Rapids and his family will join him there the first of February Bertha M. Taylor has purchased the Malek home, taking possession Jan. 1. Miss LeVon Toepfer has returned to St. Paul to resume her studies at St. Paul Bible Institute after a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Toepfer 1022 2nd N. W. Miss Ruth Johnston of St. Paul who was Miss Toepers houseguest, accompanied her. Allison--Mrs. Elmer L. Ritter of Cedar Falls, worthy grand matron of Iowa, served as installing grand officer of Allison chapter O. E, S. at a special meeting here Tuesday evening. WEDDING REVEALED--Miss C. LaVone Rowcliff, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Willis Rowcliffe, 1600 4th S. E., was married to Roy Bitterman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rue Bitterman of Nora Springs, at the Bethlehem Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. C. A. Hinz. Attendants at the wedding, which took place Dec. 27, were Lola Rowcliffe, sister of the bride, and Lester Spotts. The couple is now living at 317 3rd N. W. Mr. Bitterman is expecting a call about Feb. 1 to the Army air corps. (Photo by Russeil studio) AS PURE AS MONEY CAN BUY None farter. None surer. None better. No aspirin can domoreforyou. And it's tha firat choic* of miUioai Get St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest seller at lOc. The big 100 tablet bottle costs only 3Sc. Always be sure to get St, Joseph Aspirin. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up ond Delivery Phone 788 or 789 New Brownie Troop to Meet at Monroe Brownie troop No. 25 has been organized to conduct meetings at the Monroe school with Mrs. Jerry Poland as leader and Mrs Jessie Carroll, assistant leader. Mrs. Morris Laird and Mrs. Clay Cowan are committee mothers for the troop Members include Connie Cowan Terry MacPeak, Moreen Laird' Mary Taylor, Marilyn Burns, Iren Harper, Janean Misterek, Sandra Byers, Jo Ann Kunzman, Sharon Hill, Mary Margaret Poland Nancy Kay Carroll, Catherine Murray, Shirley J 0 Murrajf, Mary Jo Robinson, Clarice Sentman Gail Grippen, Nancy Jo Price Ruth Carol Harrington, Janet and Barbara Paxton and Gloria Miller. --o-Mrs. Bird Elected Health Club Head Officers were elected by the R N. A. Health club at a meeting Thursday in Moose hall with Mrs. L. G. Bird presiding. Mrs. Bird was named president, Mrs. Margaret Johnson vice president and and publicity chairman; Mrs. R. R. Sutton, secretary; and Mrs. H. L. Leake, treasurer · . C . a / ds fere played, prizes going to Mrs. Leonard Smith arid Mrs Charles Oulman in 500 and to Mrs Sid Bemis and Mrs. E. W. Lilley in bridge. Mrs. Stelal Angell was in charge The next meeting will be Jan. 18 with Mrs. Johnson as chairman. --o-An owl cannot actually see in total darkness. (Mrs. Thrams Is Selected Commissioner At the annual meeting of the Mason City Girl Scout council Thursday evening at the Y. W C A., Mrs. W. D. Thrams was elected commissioner for the, coming year Mrs. Leslie, Hawkins, retiring commissioner, presided at the meeting. The program opened with the presentation of the colors by Girl Scouts and the singing of "God Bless America." Mrs. Hawkins introduced Mrs. C. F. Weaver, leader of Brownie troop 17, who presented her Brownies'in a demonstration of their activities. Intermediate troop 4 led by Mrs. H D Makeever and Mrs. Irvin C. Hanson gave a short skit showing their activities lor the year. Mrs. Vern Hedeker and senior troop 6 presented the play, "Girl Scout Week," as their part in the program. Mrs. Hedeker spoke briefly of the new Wing Scout program which her troop has undertaken. Mrs..Carl E. Fick, executive secretary, gave a brief resume of the work 'of the Girl Scout organization for the year. She spoke in appreciation .of the fine work of the many volunteers who have made it possible for Girl Scouting to grow. The report of the nominating committee was given by Mrs. Hay Pauley. The slate presented and accepted unanimously by the group included Mrs. Thrams, commissioner; Mrs. L. G. Hawkins 1st deputy; Mrs. W. B. Casey, '2nd deputy; Mrs. Fred Wagner, secretary; Mrs. Frederick Olson, treasurer. Mrs. W. D. Thrams announced the appointive members ' o f the board: Mrs. M. L. Tracy, camp chairman; Mrs. G. F. Weaver, finance c h a i r m a n ; Mrs. Earle Shefca, program chairman; Mrs. W. H. Nicholas, organization chairman; Mrs. W. B. Casey, staff and office chairman. Mrs. Hawkins turned the meeting over to Mrs. Thrams after, expressing her thanks to the board for .their help during the year. The new commissioner spoke briefly of ' S * f the comin £ year. She ~ --- --- "-~ ^wiim»s jear. one stated that the training program would be especially emphasized. Virginia Aim to Be Married in Chicago Decorah--The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Virginia Aim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manly Aim, to Charles F Smayda (USNR), son of Mr. and F - C. Smayda of Detroit, The Mich., has been announced v h m? XS. 1 ! be s ° le ranizeo. on Feb. 6, m Chicago. Miss Aim was graduated from Decorah high school and. the speech department of the University .of Iowa. She is a member of Zeta Phi Eta honorary speech fraternity. She is employed by the Blue network in Chicago Mr. Smayda is a junior dental student at Northwestern' univer- "uy, where he is a member of Alpha social frater- Omega professional and Psi fraternity. WORN -- BUT NOT BEYOND REPAIR We can take shoes that look ready to throw away, and re- Pair them for months more of usefulness. FOX SHOE REPAIR 205 So. Fed. Attractive and as comfortable a side-wrap frock as you could wish for. Notice . t h e convenient, roomy pocket and the easy to make raglan sleeves. Housecoat length also included in the pattern. No. 2596 is cut in sizes 12, 14," 16 18, 20, 40, 42 and 44. Size 36 re ?^ lr S 4 yards 35 inch fal ric for the brunch coat and 3% yards of ruffling. 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 Winter Fashion book, containing 175 pattern designs of smart clothes for all ages, all sizes and all occasions, is beautifully illustrated in full color. Price I5c a copy. Waucoma Nurse Is Bnde in Rochester Church Ceremonies Waucoma--St. John's church Rochester, Minn., was the scene Jan. 2, of the wedding of Jeann Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thomas L. Lynch, Waucoma, anc John R. Pougiales, son of Mr. anc Mrs. John D. Pougiales of Roches ter, Minn. The Rev. Louis O'Day performed the double ring cere mony. ' Attendants were M a r g a r e Lynch, sister of the bride, a bridesmaid, and Gene Huey, a best man. Hugh J. Lynch, brother and August Hovald ushered, whil Wanda McKibben, accompanied bj Robert Hovald, sang during nup tial mass. Breakfast was served to 3' guests at Selon Guild, Rochester. Mrs. Pougiales, R. N., has been employed at St. Mary's hospital Rochester, Minn., where she wa graduated 2'years ago. Following a trip to New York City they will be at home a Rochester, Minn. Navy Nurse Marries Pharmacist's Mate Corwith_Mr. and Mrs. William Wood have announced the mar riage of theii daughter, Jeanette ensign in the navy nurse corps to Raymond D. Gill, Ph. M 2/c, son o f . Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gill Brooklyn, New York. The wedding took place Dec. 3 at Williamsburg, Va. The bride is a graduate of the Corwith high school and of the Iowa School of Nursing, Iowa City. She entered the navy in 1342 serving 8 months at Great Lakes HI., and 10 months at Camp Peary Mr. and Mrs. Gill are at home at Portsmouth, Va. --o-Coulter--Capt. Auge Rasmus sen, Richard Field, Md., is here for a few days to visit his sister Mrs. Alfred Lind. Capt. Rasmussen has finished his course in the artillery school, and is being transferred west. Why Thousands of Doctors Have Prescribed (DUE TO COLDS) _ Pettussln must' be good when thousands upon thousands of Doctors have prescribed it for so many years. !"ertussin acts at once to relieve your coughing. It loosens and makes phlegm easlo- to raise. Safe and effective for both old and young. Inexpensive I ,T Patter " Department, Mason City Globe-Gazette, 121 \v! 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Royal Doulton Wedgwood Haviland Minton Bone China WATCHSS 12 (EAST STATE Sister Rose Marie played the nuptial music and Mr. and Mrs Tho K°!? ]e attended 'he couple! ihe bride wore- a gold suit with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. The bridesmaid was attired in a blue suit with brown accessories and her corsage was of Pink roses and carnations Following the service, a break- last was served in the Jefferson amber room. A large wedding cake, white candles in gold hold? ers and tea roses and white pompons decorated the table where 20 relatives and friends were seated. furlough 6 "" 15 1S TM e on a 3 "-day the Panama Canal zone. Mrs*" tin** 1 ? ml '. resume her work in the ticket offace of the Jefferson Transportation company following her wedding trip while Sgt. Ferris reports back for duty. : ETHEL HEROLD WILL BE MARRIED Spillviiie -- The forthcoming marriage of Ethel Herold of 'Splu? ville and Merle O'Byrne of La\v- ler was announced this week. School Code Discussion at Meeting Pointing out that the proposed school code for Iowa is based on the idea of equality, Mrs. L. L. Minor explained the provisions o£ the bill at the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's club Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford. The new code will 'bring equal educational opportunities to all the children of Iowa and will equalize the tax burden for the citizens of the state, according to Mrs Minor. She pointed out that there seems to be more conservatism over changing anything concerning schools than anything else and said that Iowa is at the top in other fields and there is no reason why it should not be at the top educationally, also. Mrs. Minor discussed the transportation problems involved in getting children to school and the advantages of consolidation to the =x Sh ? !^ d l u e P r °Sram is centered about the child and discussed the retirement benefits for teachers and teacher tenure which work for :he good of the child as well 'as for :he teacher. Mrs. Minor described the administration of the program 3 S FJ°£° seA by Ole biu - Mrs. Harriett Cheyne, education chairman presented Mrs. Minor. Announcement was made of the talk on the school code to be giv- Ra y mon d Sayre next evening at the high A report was made on the Christmas activities of the club he January party will be held rf i i?-!?* the home of Miss Mil - dred Miller, 662% East State New members voted into the ? M nCl we -^ rs ' Kathr y« Wenzel. Mrs. Winifred Price, Mrs. ,Wynanda Jones, Miss Margaret Kel * and Mrs. Winifred Hutchlns. -. R. Christiansen Marries Palma Huus Northwood-- Miss Palma Huus, "'f? ter °f Mrs. Ole Huus of Northwood, became the bride of - l " e n c e R. Christiansen of Vorthwood. Dec... 3 at the First Lutheran church in Albert Lea Minn. The Rev. M. S. Knutson ead the service. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swanson irother-m-Iaw and sister of the sride, attended the couple.' T T ^ bride is a graduate of the Northwood high school and is a raauate nurse, having taken the Park The couple will be at home in Torthwood following a wedding C O L D C L O G G E D N O S E ' Effective January 1st Limit l'/ 2 pounds to each customer. You may buy an additional 1 '/ 2 pound box to be sent by us to some one in the service. B. B. Dobson Candy Kitchen 323 North Federal Aye. -3t/ndteMlA/~- January Clearance / Drastic Reductions on FUR COATS 26-28 East State Street

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