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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 16, 1944
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6 Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Girl Scout Committees at Meeting Girl Scout troop committee members from all over the city attended a training meeting at the P. G. and E. auditorium Tuesday evening. Mrs. M. L. Tracy, personnel chairman of the Girl Scout council, greeted the committee women and spoke of the ne«d for training. A typical opening ceremony was demonstrated and a singing game suitable for use at a meet- ing was played. Discussion groups were formed where the work of the troop committee was analyzed and discussed. Discussion leaders were Mrs. Joe Sberal, Mrs. George Rowse, and Mrs. Don Doolittle. Mrs. Willard Thrams spoke of the South American fiesta which is planned for April 14, Pan American day. Mrs. Thrams urged the co-operation of all parents on this city wide South American project, pointing out that success of the project would largely depend upon the enthusiasm and interest of the individual troops. . Mrs. -Carl Fick, executive secretary, spoke briefly of committee women's job and announced that further training would be given at the combined meeting of leaders and troop committee women on Feb. 28 at which time Miss Leah Parker, regional director, will be present. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served with Mrs L. E. Valentine presiding at the tea table. Mrs. A. C. Frisk and Mrs v C. O. Klath were the committee in charge. Leona Harms Bride of Ralph McCready Allison--Mr. and Mrs. Wit Harms announce the marriage at their daughter, Leona, to Pvt Ralph McCready, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCready of Mars, Perm., which took place Feb. 2, in Alamogordo, N. Mex., with the Rev. Mr. Stevens officiating. Private and Mrs. Charles Jacobs attended the couple. Mrs. McCready was graduated from the Shell Rock high school and since then has been teaching rural schools in Butler county. Private McCrea'dy is a ground mechanic in the Air Corps and has reported for overseas duty. Mrs. McCready who with her mother, returned home Friday evening, will continue her teaching for the remainder of the 1 year. PHOENICIAN CLUB CONDUCTS SESSION Miss Helen Abel entertained the .Phoenician club Tuesday evening at the Hotel Hanfprd. The lesson, of "Indigo" by Christine Weston, was given by Mrs. Robert Ferguson. ! I Program Presented by. American Legion Auxiliary Ensign Hallock Is Married to Miss Hmbbard Rockford --Ensign Leward A. Hallock, Jr., U. S. N. H., and Miss Harriet Hubbard were married Feb. 12, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Ernest Hitzhusen, .near Cartersville, in the presence of immediate relatives and a few friends. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard of Rockford and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leward A. Hallocfc of Cleveland, Ohio. They will make their home for the present at Corpus Christi, Texas, where Ensign Tfallock is a flight instructor at the U. S. naval training station. --o-MURRY HOLMES IS HONORED GUEST Neighbors gathered at the home of Murry Holmes for a surprise party in his honor. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. James Devis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redeker, Carson Howell, Miss Alta Bonker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, June and Joyce Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. John Brower. Dorothy Brower, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lyke, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Hearn, Mary Agnes and Luretta O'Hearn. BIrs. Battle Robinson, 1306 N. Washington, has returned to her home, after spending a month visiting her sister, Mrs. Bratvett, Aberdeen, S. Dak., and brother, Fred Taylor, Isabell, S. Dak. PERMANENT SPECIALS Few Days Only -- Come in Early * Regular $7.00 Wave SPECIAL $5.00 Regular $5.00 Wave SPECIAL $4.25 Complete Guaranteed Other Waves ?3.25 up CHAS. GILBERT BEAUTY SERVICE HOW TO EAT YOUR CAKE AND HAVE IT, TOO--Just have your picture taken doing it. Time was when the bridegroom sat stiffly in a chair and the trembling bride stood beside him, hand on his shoulder, to pose for the photographer. Now they post together cutting cake for the benefit of grandchildren. Pictured left are Ensign and Mrs. Leward A. Hallock, Jr., who were married Feb. 12 at the home of the bride's sister near Cartersville. At the right are Flight Officer and Mrs. Ralph S. Hayes who were married Feb. 6 at Hobbs, N. Mex., in the army air base chapel. (Photo of Hal- locks by Phillips of Rockford.) HONORED BY CLASS--Women of the Moose will have an open meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock when a class of candidates will be given the membership obligation in honor of M a r i e Christiansen of Des Moines who will be visiting the lodge. Mrs. Christiansen, is a member of the pUgrims honor degree and a graduate grand regent of the Women of the Moose. The Waterloo chapter has been invited and will help with initiatory work and will also attend the dinner which is to be held at the Cerro Gordo hotel at 5:30, later going to the Moose hall. The range of the early piano was only 4 octaves. i Becomes Bride of Ralph Hayes Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Norma Jean Boyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Boyd of Omaha, formerly of Mason City, and Flight Officer Ralph S. Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayes of Oak Park, 111., formerly of Mason City, which was performed at Hobbs, N. Mex., Feb. 6. Chaplain Nelson C. Munspn read the ceremony by candlelight in the chapel at the army air base and nuptial music was provided by Cpl. Ed Winslow. Mrs. Eugene T. Hassing of Salt Lake City, Utah,, was matron of honor and Lt. Hassing, bestman. The bride wore a street length gown of white ripple crepe made with a fitted bodice and sweetheart neckline. She had a pink and blue feather hat and an orchid corsage. The matron of honor was attired in a black silk pin stripe dressmaker suit trimmed in velvet and her corsage was of yellow rosebuds. The bride's mother wore wisteria crepe with black accessories and a corsage of yellow rosebuds and the bridegroom's mother, a navy blue sheer gown with a corsage of pink split carnations. A reception was held; at the Harden hotel in Hobbs after the ceremony. The couple will reside in Hobbs while Flight Officer Hayes is stationed there. BITS ABOUT 'EM Delegates to Be Sent to Meeting American L e g i o n Auxiliary members entertained representatives of the' various patriotic orders at a tea Tuesday afternoon in the Service Men's club where a program was presented following the Auxiliary's business session. During the business session, it was voted to send the president and secretary of the unit to the state conference in Des Moines. Plans were made for sponsoring a series of card parties. Mrs. Tim Phalen reported on the meeting of the recreation committee and spoke of the plan to get permanent support 'for the summer recreation program in Mason City. Representatives of various patriotic orders who were present included Mrs. Elmer Ziegler of the V.-F.-W. auxiliary, Mrs. M, W. Reed of the Navy Mother's club, Mrs. Anna Morris of the Cronin Dexter auxiliary, Mrs. George Burmeister of the D. A. R., and Mrs. Art Riekens of the Daughters of Union Veterans. The district Auxiliary chairman, Mrs. R. C. Patrick; the county chairman, Mrs. H. L. Gore, and, the wife of the Legion commander, Mrs. Oscar Jewell, were also presented. Mrs. Emma Duncan had charge of the program which opened with 2 vocal solos by Mrs. Glen Wallace who sang "Two Little Eyes Are Watching" and "You're a Grand Old Flag," accompanied by Mrs. Carl Anderson. Mrs. L. W. Laughlin presented her daughter, Patricia, and Katherine McClellan, in a waltz clog, "Daisy Belle," and each of the girls presented solo numbers. Mrs. Howard O'Leary paid tributes to Washington and Lincoln in a talk in which she sketched briefly their lives and accomplishments. She pointed out that it is difficult to visualize Washington because of the efforts of early biographers to immortalize him, but said that to understand him it is necessary to realize that he was human. She spoke of the failures which L i n c o l n experienced in public life and the tragedies of his private life and said that he found success more bitter than failure and did not survive to enjoy victory. "It was not until after his assassination that America awoke to his greatness," she of Eddie Horstman Mrs. R. J. Clement and daughter, Judith Lyn, have returned to Ogden, Utah, after spending the past 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Barton, 720 Jersey S. E. v Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yeadicke of St. James, Minn., spent 2 days with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faktor, 858 3rd N. W., enroute home from Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Jay Houlahan, 635 2nd N. E., has left for Orlando, Fla.. to join Capt Houlahan for a short stay. --o-The test color sleep-inducers are soft blues and greens, scientists say. Have a Coca-Cola=Here's to old times ...or welcoming home a sailor son These days there can be more real welcome in a. snack shared in the kitchen than in many an old-time banquet. And with ice-cold Coca-Cola to add refreshment, you have all the makings at hand for a good time. As our men in camp and overseas so often tell, in all the world there's no more cordial invitation than those three familiar American words, Hate a "Coke". At your icebox, the same as in P. X.'s around the globe, Coca-Cola stands for t)e pause that refresljts,~has become the global symbol of American hospitality. lOTTlED UNDEI AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COU COAFANY 1Y so. rio. MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. It's natural for popular names to acquire friendly abbreviations. That's why you hear 1 Coca-Cola call«d"Cokc"; -Ol»*4Tk.C.CCo,. said. Mrs. George Bunneister talked on "Americanism," pointing out that a good American takes part in all elections, knows the proper use and display of the flag, ob- s e r v e s all patriotic holidays, knows the duties of the national and state government. Mrs. Bur^ meister stressed the need for reform in the immigration laws, particularly in regard to the Canadian and Mexican boundaries. Mrs. Duncan closed the program with prayer. Tea was served at a table decorated in patriotic style. Announcement was made of the Friends of Libraries membership drive and of the patriotic tea to be held at the V. F. W. hall Feb. 22. - --o-R. B. Irons Is Speaker for Grant R. B. Irons was the speaker at the meeting of the Grant Parent- Teacher association Tuesday at the school, discussing "Invaders of the Child's World." A tribute to the P. T. A. founders was read by Mrs. David Vigdahl and Mrs. T. G. Sessions. Folk songs were sung by the 5th grade. Mrs. Ben Marson presided during the business session and a penny march was held. Following the meeting, refreshments were served with the 4th grade mothers in charge. Mrs. Lois, Cox is the 4th grade teacher and the mothers on the committee were Mrs. R. H. Edwards, Mrs. John Manolis, Mrs. J. Z. Huff, and Mrs. Sessions. Mrs. Joe Walsh had charge of the kitchen. --o-Monroe-Washington Entertained Group at McKinley School McKinley P a r e n t Education group met at the school Tuesday evening with Mrs. Glen Austin presiding at the session which was opened with the Lord's Prayer and the flag salute, led by Miss Marie Kober. The lesson on "The Free Child's Personality" was in charge o£ Mrs. Kenneth Roth and a panel including Mrs. Virgil Price. Mrs. Harry Helm, Mrs. Louis Mentink and Mrs. L. R. Brand. The 6th grade gave a safety program and sang several numbers. The Monroe-Washington Parent Education group members were guests. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by Mrs. William Gump, Mrs. Mentink, Mrs. Brand and Mrs. Walter Muhlstein. Mrs. L. J. Amling and Mrs. Austin poured. COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES TO WED « New Hampton -- Marriage licenses have been issued to William Murray, 23, and Ethel Johnson, 19. both of Waterloo; Oliver Wort. 21, and Florence Lillian Lambert 17, both of Nashua; Edward P. Radtke, 55, and Bernice C. Lambert, 41, both of Nashua; Leonard Baldwin, 39, and Evelyn Taylor 37, both ,o£ Osagc. --o--Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Glob^-Gazette carrier boy. Miss June Harryette Koch daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. Koch, 39 24th S. W., became the bride of Eddie C. Horstman of Dougherty, Feb. 14, at the Sacred Heart church in Rockwell with the Rev. L. W. Klassen officiating. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horstman, brother and sister-in-law o£ the bridegroom. The bride was attired in a white satin and lace formal fashioned with a fitted bodice having a full gored skirt'with a long train, bordered with wide lace. Her shoulder length veil was held with a satin crown and she wore a sweetheart locket. She carried red and white roses. The bridesmaid wore a pale pink gown with a contrasting veil and carried pink and white roses. Following .the ceremony, a reception was held at the Eadmar hotel for a Jew immediate friends. A 3-tiered wedding cake toppedj with a miniature bride and bridegroom and decorated with red hearts centered the table. Immediately after the reception, the couple left on a wedding trip, the bride wearing a soldier blue 2-piece wool with black accessories and a corsage of red and white roses. The bride attended the Osage schools and has been employed at the Engler Drug company. The bridegroom attended school in Parfcston, S. Dak., and now operates a farm. They will be at home on a farm southeast of Mason City on their return. --o-Choir Heard on Program atY.W.C.A. Mrs. Carl Carlson was hostess to the Matinee Musicale club at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Paul A. Peterson, Mrs. Earl Dean and Mrs. Roger Kirk presented a program which included numbers by the Hamilton choir. Mrs. Kirk sang "Eye Hath Not Seen" irom "The Holy City" by Gaul, "O Rest in the Lord" from "Elijah" by Mendelssohn, "The Sweetest Story Ever Told" bv Stults and "The Mother's Prayer' by Thomas. Mrs. Dean played a group of piano numbers including 6 variations on "Nel cor piu non mi sento" by Beethoven, the 1st movement of "Sonata No. 9" by Mozart, "The Harmonious Blacksmith" by Handel and "Impromptu" by Schubert. Mrs. Peterson sang "Lia's Air' ; from "L'Enfant Prodigue" by Debussey and an aria from "Mary Magdalene" by Massenet. Seven members* of the choir, Gretchen Helmke, Arlene Zielstra, Muza Tanner, Bonnie Olson, Mable Evans, Rosemary Dow and Mildred Philpot, sang "But Say" from "Mary Magdalene" and the entire choir presented 4 numbers "O Peaceful Calm" by Schubert- Cain, "Some Folks Do" by Foster- Wilson, "Never Feel Too Weary to Pray" by Wilson-Peterson and "The Year's at the Spring" by Beach. Miss Maxine Zacnarius was the soloist. The choir is directed by Mrs Peterson and Mrs. Carlson was accompanist for all the vocal numbers. --o-- Elsebemd-Korbel Nuptials Are Held Spillville--Georgina Korbel o the St. Wenceslaus parish an Cletus Elsebernd of Festina were married Tuesday by the Rev Father Chehak at St. Wenceslaus church. They wore attended by Ronak Elsebernd, Arleen Tayor, Linus Elsebernd and Ruth Uhlenhake. The bride, daughter of Charle Humpal, was adopted by her aunl Mrs. Korbel, after her mother's death. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elseberni o£ near Festina. A reception was held for 10 guests at the A. B. C. S. hall. A shower dance was given a the Lawler opera house in-- th evening. They will reside on farm near Calmar. MRS. EDDIE HORSTMAN --Kirk Photo 5ross-WesseIs Vows Lxchanged at Churcb -Heiko Bross and Mrs. 'eb. 14 at the home of Mr. and Irs. Henry Jost by the Rev. Calin Grosshuesch. Mr. and Mrs. ost attended the couple. Before he ceremony Phyllis Kirkwood ang accompanied by Miss Eloise Lichen, After the ceremony din- ler was served. Mr. and Mrs. 3ross will live on the farm which Ir. Bross owns and has farmed or several years. --o--* Buy War Savings Bonds and tamps from your Globe-Gazette arrier^fcoy. , 2 COUPLES GRANTED MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses have been is sued by the Cerro Gordo count clerk of the district court to Leon ard A. Hallock, Jr., 22, Cleveland Ohio, and Harriett Hubbard. 20 Rockford, and to Mervin D. White hurst 21, and Charlotte Fae Ames 19, both of Swaledale. --o-Buy War Savings Bonds an Stamps from your Globe-Gazctt carrier boy. Klemme Vaneta Wessels were married Plasma Fund Contribution Totals $100 Woman's Relief Corps social liji, i I'M f !*· W circle met Tuesday afternoon in the V. F. W. hall with Mrs. Abbie (tl Layman presiding. An additional l}\\ sum of §25 has been sent to the Irfi blood plasma fund making a total J ( of $100 given to this fund in the past year. Ronald VanHorn, H. A. 1/c of the U. S. naval receiving barracks, Shoemaker, Cal., was introduced and gave a brief talk on the duties in the medical depart- L . . . ment. Mrs. Rita VanHorn, accom- ,KS pauied by Mrs. E. Sweeney, sang'(\' : ir "How Betsy Ross Made the Flag." *£'?/ Five birthdays were celebrated }(,.:!, They were Mrs. Nellie Chester 'ft'i'1 Mrs. W. H. Arnold, Miss Anna':?'\'| Moule. Mrs. C. Waldon and Mrs.-);ll Ida Slack. Refreshments were ·'ttl served. On the birthday table ?'?« were patriotic decorations and£?*S'L favors of Valentine baskets. The3?'*}.l committee in charge were W Erma Hewitt, chairman, Mrs Wheeler, Mrs. Arnold and M Sara Crawford. 3i'-'''l LICENSES TO WED ISSUED TO COUPLES t ...... Emmetsbiirg--Marriage licensesV i'I have been issued within the Iast6;?'f week in the Palo Alto county £[, clerk's office to: Kenneth P. Sal-ifi ton of Aryshire and Lois D. Brink- iff ley of Webb; Kenneth C. Pringle, 'f. 23, Emmetsburg^ and Zilla Fisher, H _ 21, El Monte, Cal.; Donald Peg-; 'M low, 19, and Alice Blanchard, 17, - V ' 1 both of Ruthven; Lowell Stug 22,: and Christina Nason, 19, both of · · · ( ' . . I Stevens, S. Dak.; Robert W. Or-C cutt, Oelwein, and Doris Henning- '--: sen of Graettinger. "·,;'·,,' --O-- ?i?,i.- Operating revenues of railroads ;V: ; |j in 1943 reached the highest an- ii.'"* nual figure on record. New and News! The Cutaway Suit $ 29 95 Newest of them all-- t h e fashion-hit cut away suit! 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