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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MONDAY, JANUARY 8, IMS Thornton Nurse Is Married: in Florida ^ . . . . , ;TpJfe. Speaker at Woman's Club General Sessioii . · ' - . ' ~ '. , " ~ ~ ' " ' " ' · - ' · · · · . ^*^^ ""VJata Thornton--In a candlelight double ring ceremony at the Presbyterian church iii Sanford, Fla., Dec. 28, the Rev. E. D. Brownlee officiated at the marriage of Ensign lona Mae Ytzen (N. Car.) ·« of the U. S. naval hospital,, Memphis, Tenn., and Ensign Dale R. Floy, U. S. N. R., Sanford, Fla. Preceding the ceremony Ensign Jack Donley sang. The bride was given, in marriage by Ensign Warren Hastings. Ensign Gerald Blackman, Clarion, Iowa, was the bridegroom's, attendant and Ensign Betty Trevalle, bridesmaid. The instructor and members o{ the bridegroom's flight squadron ·were guests at the wedding and attended the dinner at "Anchors" following the ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Ytzen, Clinton, formerly of Swaledale. She was graduated .from Swaledale high school; and from the-Mercy hos- . pital nursesi:training in 1942, entering the navy as a nurse in 1943 and for the past year has been stationed at the TI. S. naval hospital in Memphis, Tenn. The bridegroom is a "son of Mr' and Mrs. Carl Floy, Thornton, and entered the naval reserve as an aviation cadet in April, 1943, receiving training at Northfield, Minn., Minor,'N. Dak., Iowa City / MRS. DALE R. FLOY. and Ottumwa, receiving his commission Nov. 7, 1944 at Pensacola Fla. He is now taking fighter plane Pilot training -at .Sanford, Fla, where the couple will reside for the -present.' 91 Couples Granted Licenses Last Year in Hancock County Garner -- County Clerk Elmer Raw has issued a report from his office which discloses that a total of 91 marriage licenses were issued in Hancock county during the year 1944. During the same ·12 month period "11 divorces were granted in the district court here While the record': of: births and deaths is not complete- for the year, the first 11 months of 1344 183 births and 71 deaths were recorded in the clerk's office. Geneva--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiener received word that their son, Leo, in the south Pacific, has been promoted to corporal. SOCIAL ·»· CALENDAR- MONDAY Lincoln Parent Education group- Postponed to Jan. 17. . . United Service Women-7:30, Legion hall. M. W. A.-7:30, 'Moose halt ; Veleda Study.- clnb-- 1st Meeting of New Year Is Planned Mason City Woman's club wi have its first general meeting- o the.new year Tuesday afternoo at 2 o'clock in the First Methodis church when George W. Barrette editor o'f the Journal Transcript Q Peoria, 111., will address the group This will be Mr. Barrette's 2n appearance as a speaker in Maso City, Ijis first being during'boo week celebration a year ago whe he talked on "The permanent i literature in t h e s e changin times," listing 7 books which' h considered enduring and grea pointing out that great books lik great wars give us a sense of ou own triviality in so far as they ar concerned with the tremendoo. pattern of life. Mr. Barrette's list-included "Th Oddessey," "Goethe 1 Faust," "Th Book of Common Prayer" "Mac beth," r "Tom Sawyer and Huckle berry Finn,'! Benjamin Franlin 1 Journal" and James Madison' WHY THOUSANDS OF DOCTMS Baptist circle 10-7:30, Marjorie Lewis, 12th N W BeU Sigma. Phi (Alpha Cai-- ' 7:30, Mrs.' Floyd Jacobson, 537 A. A, U.'w.-- 7:45, Y. W. C. A. v Presbyterian Evening circle-. .8, parish house. Joyce Kilmer club " 8, Mrs.Leon Green, 819 Virginia J-V-. -Ci, St. Helena's circle .- ·8,-"Mrs.. George Rhebb, 699 1st St. Gertrude's circle ^ Henrv Neibergal, 1308 ^no. s. E. Upper Boom class-- gSfflffiWASC Ing spells but also loosens phi*lpn --·* ---.^^^. * ww «s"» Bethlehem Tabitha circle '· 8, Mrs. Irvin Schaper, 843 llth TUESDAY St. Dorothy's circle-v 6th°s E 1 !' Wmialn Jan sen. 639 Vnjl? Chapter Ho. 58 O. E. S.-':30, Masonic temple. Wa-Tan-Ye club-12, Hotel Hanford. Holy Family circle 5-1:15, Ceirro Gordo hotel. U. S. W. Madison division-1:30, Our Saviour's church. P. S. W. division 319-1:30, Central Heights school Woman's clnb-i- 2, First Methodist church. Grant P. T. A.-2:30, school. Business Girls league-_6:15, Y. W. C. A., classes at 7:30. Women's orchestra 7, Music hall. Knights of Columbus-K. C. hall. , . Baptist Gildner division-7:30 Mrs. John Dougall, 805 North Federal. Garfield P. T. A-- : 7:30, school, public party. Clio club GEORGE W. BARRETTE ".' · ; ' * - . . .. * "Journal," each -teaching the les son of -humility^ Mr. Barrette who is the brother of Miss Lydia Barrette, Mason City public librarian, does radi commentaries in addition to his duties as editor of the Peoria Jour, nal Transcript. The meeting is for all member of the club and guests may be brought in accordance with the rules of the club which are printed on the yearbook. Mr. Brummel was .gronrfiing- at the laundry because a button came off his shirt. . I told him buttons had been coming off shirts before he was bom, ·nd sometimes buttons came off things the laundry never saw. It seems to me that a lot of men don't folly appreciate what a. job the laundries have been doing- in the way of shirt service--a fresh clean «hirt per day for millions of American men. This is important because the daily clean shirt is a "MUST" in this country--and after all, the iron- fug of a shirt is the most difficult of «ny laundry work that might fae attempted in the home. . I know that laundry service has not been perfect these past two or three years. Neither has anything «ls»--railway, street-car and gro- tery deli-reries for example. On the other hand, laundry service isn't so bad--we are at least getting- good, dean washing. · Well, goodbye, folks. I've got a pie tn the oveiy Sponsored Mrs. Dean Lightner, 507 East State. First Christian TVomen, group 8-8, Mrs. A. M. Halsor, 21 llth -N. E. Phoenician club-8, Miss Alice Sheffler, 641 2nd Odd Fellows-8, I. O. O. F. hall. C. D. A 8, Moose hall. VISITS AT VINTON Manly--The Hev. and Mrs. H. M. Haecker and daughters, LaVonne and Evelyn, and son, Richard spent a day with Miss Mehl- houfe, a sister of Mrs. Raecker, at Vinton Miss Evelyn who is an air stewardess with the United Air Lin.es, left from there for Chicago to resume her duties. Miss LaVonne returned to her duties as teacher at Nashua NOW BREATHE FREER Couple ^ves After Visit With Parents of Bridegroom Here Announcement is made of'the marriage of Miss Mary Beth Hammond, daughter of Mrs. B. Hammond of Cut Back, Mont, 'and John D. Foster, son of Mr. anc Mrs. C. C. Foster, route 3, Mason City, performed in the chapel of Sacred Heart church at Klamath Falls, Ore., .Dec. 19 by the Rev. F S. Casey. »,r Th S. couple was attended by Mrs E. Charon, sister of the bride and Harry Woodall. The bride was attired in a grey wool suit with mack accessories and her corsage was orchids. Mrs. Charon's costume was a rose wine SAiit with black accessories and she had corsage of Sweetheart roses. Pfc. and Mrs. John Foster visited in Mason City over the holidays with his parents. He Jeft Jan. J lor his new assignment at the Marine barracks of Hastings Klamath Falls, Jan. 5 'to resume her : work-in the government reclamation projects office there. ' --o-MISS ANNA ABBAS TO BECOME BRIDE and Mrs. , . an Mrs. John Kuper. The .weddinjr date has not been set. New Hampton--Licenses to wed have been issued to Arthur Eli Berkenes 21, and Helen Johanna Eliason, 18, both of Kanawha; George J. Elliss, 27, Greene, and Caroline Mathilda Poppe 22 Nashua, Louis Hadenfeld, 66, Sioux Rapids, and Mathilda Meyer, 62 Spencer. · ' Bode--Cadet Nurse Astrid Dale daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Haldor Dale, returned to her duties in Fairview hospital in Minneapolis after a 4 days' visit.at the home of her parents. When COLDS Causa M.rska Fits of Coughing, Phlegm, Congestion · ii In Upper Bronchial Tabes cti " '«· wond«ful «!irf where you need it mcxt: Just put a good spoonful of fame-tested Vicks VapoRub in acpwl of boiling water. Then breathe in the steaming medicated vapois...and fed the grand relief that romes with every breath you lake, as VapoRub's wonderfully soothing medkaSm penetrates right into cold-tormented upper breathing passages. So fulpfal in loos££ng phlegm, congestion! It cpriets the coughing spasms, soothes sore throat, clears the bead anS makes breathing much easier. Try itl m coimmjine «OIEF, ru ... the comforting action mvites restful sleep and keeps on working for hours. Iva Belle NagelIs of M. Hollatz r^- ^^candlelight ceremony at the *irst Christian church Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, the Rev George O. Marsh officiated at the marnage of Miss Iva Belle Nagel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Nagel, I22 8 Madison N. W., and Melvin Hollatz, son of Mr. and Mrs Henry Hollatz of near Ventura. Winter, smilax and evergreen formed the background for baskets of pastel snapdragons and candelabra. Miss Elaine Watts played an half hour of nuptial music preceding the ceremony arid Miss Stella Hollatz sang "The Lord's prayer." Wayne Larsen and Everett Hollatz, ushers, lighted the candles. Marvin Brager served as bestman , The bride was given in marriage . by'her father and attended by her . sister, Miss Juanita Nagel, as maid i of honor, and .Miss Pearl Hollatz a nd Mrs. Viola Cox as brid esmaids i Phyllis Nagel, cousin of the bride,' f was .flower girl,, and L a r r y ' Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Stephen, was the' ringbearer dressed in white and carrying the ring in a basket. j The bride's gown was of white T satin with a fitted bodice and a * full skirt made with a long train i Her veil was fingertip length and ! she carried a white Bible adorned ' with a gardenia and a shower, of ! sweetpeas.- · , The maid; of honor-wore a blue ' crepe gown and the bridesmaids ! were dressed alike in pink crepe. · All carried chrysanthemums and gardenias. The flower girl was at- l tired in yellow. The mother of the bride wore black silk and the mother of the bridegroom wa's also* gowned in black'and both had gar denia corsages. Following. the ceremony, a re ception for.70 guests was held in the church parlors. A 3-tier bride' cake centered the table. Hostesses were Mrs. Edward Koser, Mrs Roy Stephen, Mrs. Harry Kiney, Mrs Milton Ferrar, Mrs.'Max.Stephen Miss · Frances Skalickey arid Mrs Allan Jacobson. - The bride is a graduate of the Mason City high school x.» MRS. MELVIN HOLLATZ --Photo by Lock worked at the Iowa State braric creamery the past 4 years. The Bridegroom is associated with hi father in farming. 'Out of town guests at the wed ding were Miss Myrtle McCaTley of Albumett, the Misses Betty and Phyllis Nagel of Austin, Minn., Mr ind Mrs. Willard Brag'er and fam- :iy, Mr. -and Mrsj^Edward Bohn arid family, Mrs Clara Roenfranz ana Mr. and Mrs Everett Hollatz and family and Mr. and~Mrs. Edward Hollatz and family, all o Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hoi latz, Mr. and Mrs. Lubbe'Albers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Al Jert Jass of Garner; Mr. and Mrs Edgar Reed arid family of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Papp and family of Osage and Mr and Mrs. Julius Bohri of Nora Springs. H elping the omeinaker By CHARLOTTE ADAMS New Method-for Creamed Potatoes Braised Kidneys Scalloped Tomatoes Creamed Potatoes Bread Sticks Fruit Compote (Recipes Serve Four) Braised Kidneys 12 lamb kidneys · Juice of 1 lemon 1 sliced onion 3 tablespoons margarine 1% tablespoons flour 1 cup chopped raw mushrooms % teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper % teaspoon Worcestershire auce 2 tablespoons sherry 1 cup meat stock Wash kidneys, s p l i t , remove membrane and 'fat and cut in mall pieces. Mix with lemon juice, saute onion in margarine, over noderate heat, until l i g h t l y Browned. Add kidneys and saute minutes over low heat. Stir in lour, stock and cook until thick- ned, stirring constantly. Add nushrooms, seasonings, cover and immer 10 minutes: Add Worcest- rshire sauce and sherry and simmer 5 minutes longer. Creamed Potatoes 4 potatoes' 1 tablespoon margarine H teaspopn salt Vt teaspoon pepper 1% cups milk (about) I teaspoon gariic vinegar onal) Wash, pare and dice potatoes, lace in saucepan with margarine nd salt and pepper.- Add enough ilk almost to cover potatoes, immer over medium flame 'for 20 inutes or until potatoes are ten- 5r. Just before serving stir in the arlic vinegar. (op- Real Hero Dallas, Texas, (U.PJ--When Dr. :anley Cox, who recently re- urned from 2 years of service ith the navy in the Pacific, was resented with a bronze star by s commanding officer here, all e said was: "Whew! This is the rst time I ever heard of anybody ettmg a medal for being scared alf to death." 'Sir- Strother Fieia, K«ns.. (U.R-- ST s" will ny thick and fast when ecil A. Laxton, Jr. and Cecil A. Laxton, Sr., of Lake Hughes, Cal eet again. Cecil Laxton, Jr., is a rst lieutenant and his father a nvate first class somewhere in e south Pacific. New Series of Classes Is Starting The Business Girls league, sponsored by the Y. W. C. A., is starting a new series of classes Tuesday evening at 7:30, following a pot luck dinner at 6:15 at the Y. W in the downstairs clubrooms. . The league activities are open to all employed girls of 18 years or over and guests may be brough to the dinner Tuesday evening Reservations are being taken theY. . . Girls will have an opportunity to register for the new classes Tuesday evening. From 7-30 to 8-30, members of the league may choose between bridge or handi craft and from 8:30 to 9:30. between bridge and book chats* Miss Marie Gagnon has charge OE the handicraft group which wil work with lucite this term. Mrs Mary Carroll is the bridge instructor. Book chats will be -given by various persons and Miss.Esther Schwartz will present the review the 1st Tuesday evening. The course will continue for 10 weeks and book chats will be Jiven during the first 5 weeks and interior decoration discussions during the last 5. The Saar in Germany has been a coal-mining area since the middle ages. Beautifully designed slip fhat can be made for gift-giving. No ombmationMs quite as luxurious s satin and lace. Pattern provides or built-up version also. No. 2793 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 8, 20, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size'36 equires 2% yards 39-inch fabric, % yards lace. Send 16c for pattern, which in- ludes complete sewing guide. Print your Name, Address and tyle Number plainly. Be sure to tate size you wish. Include postal nit or zone number in your ad- ress. The Winter Fashion book containing 175 pattern designs of mart clothes for all ages, all sizes nd all occasions, is beautifully il- ustrated in full color. Price 15c a opy. Address Pattern Department, lobe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St ew York 11, N Y Save Fats? Homemakers Wonder Why . That many American women have been saving kitchen . fa thinking they were helping to provide munitions for war, But without full knowledge of the importance of fat in the whole industrial picture, is proved conclusively in a survey made recently for the American Fat Salvage Committee. Nearly a thousand. horiiemakers were interviewed in a mid-western state, with typical rural, industrial and urban sections, and this limited knowledge was apparent in most of their answers, supplying the clue as to why fat collections are ragging at the time when industry needs it most. · Fifteen per cent of the women interviewed admitted they were not saving used, fat now, though they were a year ago, because they believed the war in Europe was so nearly over. Others said they were still saving but less conscientiously because they were sure the army had large reserves of all types of material for which used fat is collected. : "Practically none of these women realized their 'own and their Emily's comfort and well being was just as dependent on the products and by-products of used fat as the armed forces are," said a spokesman for the American fat salvage committee. "Industry cannot keep on pro- iucmg the goods civilians need if hey do not get enough fat to keep heir machines going. Practically ;very item produced in any factory uses fat in its manufacture or its operation. "Women must realize too, that during the coming, period of re- conversion, when the country changes from a war to a peace economy, kitchen fat must help do the job." ' · ' Questioned as to where indus- rial fats came from before the war, and now, 58 per cent of the women had no idea or no interest. Twenty per cent thought indus- rial fats had always _come from jutcher shops, 3 per cent thought hey came from China, and the ame number thought they came rom Europe. Only 12 per cent realized industrial fat had always Jeen imported from the islands of u. .,,_... Easti - even jjj pre . war Only 38 per cent of the women nterviewed believed the need for used fat was greater now than at any time since Pearl Harbor, and of this 38 per cent, only. 3 per cent realized our shortagerof ; indus-' rial fats had anything to do with he Japanese war, or that the def- cit could be ended only oy T apan's defeat. The survey revealed an almost uniform misapprehension that the defeat of Germany and victory in Europe would end the need for aving fat The Japanese angle was neglected in the majority of he women's thinking. Another interesting revelation n the report was that it is : the mall family, with the limited lumber of red ration points each month, that saves the most fat. ?he 2 member family leads all lie rest. Large families with more uoints do not show up as good avers. The young housewife, un- er 25, is found to be just about lalf as good a saver as her senior f 50 years of age. --o-BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Donnelly of Cleveland, Ohio, have been visit- ng their parents, Mr. and Mrs Ed Donnelly, 12 1st S. E., and Mr. 'and -i. R. J. Birch, 807 Washington he Far days. Mrs. Melvin McAvoy and son, Iichael, returned to Chicago Sun- lay after spending the" past 3 veeks with her parents, Mr. and Wrs. Fred O'Harrow of Rockwell, nd Mr. and Mrs. Leo McAvoy 23 Carolina S. E. .Miss Wanda Wallace will leave Tuesday for Columbia, Mo., to re- ume her studies at Stephens col- ege after spending the holidays with her parents, Col. and Mrs peed Wallace, 322 3rd N. E.' ' Miss Dorothea Hcbel left Sun- ay for Winona, Minn., to continue er work at the College of St. eresa after spending the holidays vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Hebel, 229 2nd N. E. !. --°.-- VISITS PARENTS Damon!--Harold Maifield, coast ruardsman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ontje Maifield, who has been in laska for the past year is home n furlough. He has been in serv- ce since September, 1943. He will eport at Seattle, Wash., for duty n conclusion of his furlough. LADIES ENCABIPMENT UXHJART TO MEET Ladies Encampment auxiliary will be installation of officers on Wednesday instead of Thursday, he regular meeting night, at the Clarion--Lt. and Mrs. Herbert illman, who have been visiting s parents in Grundy Center, are siting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Thomas. fany Seeking Relief 'or Colds' Muscle Aches rtiuions depend on St. Joseph Aspirin ease pain of colds' achy muscles nd eoW headaches. Gargled, swiftly reduces soreness of colds' sore throat. Iwaya be sure to look for the "°TM° on the box-St, Joseph Aspirin. Peterson -Johnson Nuptials Are Held Miss Hazel Johnson, daughter of Th^" d ^ °' A- J«*«SSl, and Theodore Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. p. L. Peterson, all of Sioux City, were married Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the Augustana Lu- Uieran church in that city. The double-ring ceremony was read * y candlelight and the altar was decorated with palms. The Sev . L. Tallakson officiated. The bride, who was given -m mamageby her father, wore her mothers long white gloves and wedding gown of old lace the skirt having a short train. Her veil was held in place with pink rose buds and she carried a white Bible with-roses and white streamers. She wore a necklace of pearls. Claudia Johnson was her sister's maid of honor and was attired in a midnight blue velvet and light D «°wn, carrying a muff D u e MRS. THEODORE PETERSON *wore a short veil of blue' net Helen Johnson, sister of the bride was bridesmaid and wore a siai ' ' Jar gown of maroon velvet and old rose net and she carried yellow roses. Tlje bride's mother wore a blue £51 £ ith ,?, cor£age ° f 'warn? roses. Mrs. Peterson was attired in a rose dress with a corsage of pink rose . - · ENGAGED TO WED--Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Beckman of Hampton announce the .engagement of. their daughter, Joyce, and Mar- vmn W. Paine, S 1/c A. R. M., stationed at Memphis, Term. No date has been set for the wedding. Helen Coyle Bride of Lt. Aron Liapple at Punta Gorda, Fla. .. , - r -- T h e S a c r e d Heart church' at Praita''·· Gorda^ Fla;; was; the scene Of the wedding Jan 1 of Miss Helen Coyle, daughter of Mrs. Edward J. Coyle of Ackley ana Lt. Aron Liapple, son of Mrs Vorma Liapple of Hampton, the Rev.. R. M. Amira officiating. Sgt. and Mrs. William W. Leasy of , WilliamsviUe, N. Y., attended Jie couple.' The ceremony was followed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Gardner of Marion avenue, Punta Gorda. The bride is a graduate of Ackley high school and the Hamilton school of Commerce in Mason City. For the past 6 years she aeen employed in the office of the owa State Brand Creameries in Mason City. Lt. Liapple studied medicine at :owa State Teachers college and he University of Iowa unUl his enlistment in the army air corps n April 1941. At present, he is an instructor in communications at the army air field in Punta Gorda where the couple will be at home, after a short wedding rip to Miami, Fla. - T £ e Bridegroom was attended by brother, W. H. Peterson, as best *,,,.-«, wedding march before the ceremony and the "S ish Wedding March" as a i sional. Mrs. C. F. Everett "Tht a T Se 'rf' " Perfect Love" ,,,,,, ine Lord's Prayer." rf^ r . ece P t; 9 n was held in the church parlors for 175 guests, CUntocic the Masses M Helen' ^nd irancis Johnson, sisters of the bride, the Misses Maxine Pangburn, Bertha and Florence Rohr of Mason City. A large white wedding cake with 3 tiers decorated the bride s table. The service table at which Mrs. A. Beckman poured was in a rose and blue color scheme. Seven girls, friends of the bride,-dressed in pastel fonnals acted as serving hostesses. Mrs. Peterson, who is a graduate nurse of the Sioux City Lutheran hospital, has been employed at the Park hospital in Ma- 52?.C»l-lor_the past several years: . The bndegrom-is'a: theological stii- T dent at the Augustana Lutheran" seminary, Rock Island, 111., where ' they will make their home. The bride's travel outfit was'an aqua wool dressmaker's suit with brown accessories. --o-- ' CALIFORNIA COUPLE LICENSES TO MARRY . Allison--Marriage licenses have been issued to Paul R. Frerichs. 27, Berkeley, Cal., and Marjorie June Reichelt, 23, Berkeley, Cal. --o-Britt--Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Smith have gone to McAllen, Tex., to spend the winter and to look after land interests. CHEST COLD TIGHTNESS --of children quickly loosened up by Penetro--Grandma'* old- time mutton suet idea developed by modern science into a conn- ooick relief. 25c,(Joubl8 size 3Sc- P E N E T R O BASEJUCML_tM MUTT DM SUET January Clearance Drastic Reductions in our Sportswear DepL Sweaters Skirts Slacks J u m p e r s Jackets Snow Suits 26-28 Eost State St.

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