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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1945 \ Legislative: Policies of University Womeai Discussed at Meetin Palestinean Problem Is Presented · Members of the Mason City . branch of the American Association o£ University Women voted on various legislative policies sponsored by the national organization at their meeting Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Robert Furleigh, education chairman, Mrs. L. C. McClaran, social studies chairman; Mrs. Melvin Evans, international rela-, tions chairman; and Miss Edna' Carstensen, economic and legal status ot women chairman, presented the legislation in their fields and Miss Esther Pagenhart had charge of the discussion, federal aid for schools consumer protection, social security, housing, health, child labor, the merit sys- ; tern, the world court and employ,, ment of women were ainong the matters .considered. Miss Frances Forster led the lesson, talking on Palestine. She sketched the development of that country in modern times since the opening ot Palestine to Jewish immigration and commented on the improvement of the soil and the growth of industry up until March 1944 when the country was closed to the Jews. Miss Forster -also stressed the · contribution which the Jews of Palestine have made in this present conflict, not only in material, but in men and .women for the armed forces of Britain. She contrasted the condition of the Arabs in Egypt after many years of British colonial control and of those in Palestine w h e r e improvements made by the Jewish colonists have raised the standard of living for the Arabs. The fate which has befallen many refugees from Europe who were refused entry into Palestine because o£ the British White Paper, closing the country to immigration, was pointed out by Miss Torster. Discussion of the problem followed. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served by a committee including Miss Pagenhart. Miss Frances Stevens and Miss Helen Fuller ton. MRS. GEORGE RHEBB HOSTESS TO CIRCLE Mrs. George Rhebb, G99 1st S. K., entertained St. Helena's circle Monday at her home with 14 members present. Mrs. George Wobschall was elected president and Mrs. W. B. Braheny, secretary- treasurer. Contract was played with prizes going to Mrs. Tom Cain, Mrs. M. J. Fitzgerald and Mrs. John Raymond. Mrs. Leonard :£aton was.a.guest.-Mrs. Dpn Shell and Mrs; W. Strdng are'rieWmem- rbeTs' A of""tKe" circle: * Mrs" "Rhebb served refreshments, assisted by Mrs:-.AI Lansing. Mrs. L. C. Pattee will entertain the circle Jan. 22 Announcement is made of the marriage of Pvt. Berta Elizabet Lauer, WAC, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lauer, 1021 Carolina S. E., and Helmuth Zuehlke, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Otto Zuehlke, route 1, performed Dec. 31,-in St. James parsonage by the Rev. O. Mall. The bride wore her WAC off- duty dress and carried white hyacinths, white chrysanthemums, blue bachelor buttons, dark red and pink roses surrounding a gardenia. Miss Virginia Lauer, sister of the bride, and Walter Zuehlke, brother of the bridegroom, attended the. couple. Close relatives and friends the couple attended the ceremony. The bride has returned to her duties as a medical WAC in the William Beaumont hospital in El Pasco,' Texas: and Mr. Zuehlke is continuing on the farm. MHS. HELMUTH ZUEHLKE ' --Kirk Photo with Mrs 1 . Braheny hostess. as assisting .How Sluggish Folks Get Happy Relief WHEN CONSTIPATION makes yon feel punk as the dickens, brings on stomach upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr. Coldwell's famous medicine to quickly poll the trigger oa lazy "Innards", and help yon feel bright and chipper again. DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin to make it so easy to take. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make the m edicin e mare palatable and agreeable to take. Sobesnre your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON OR.CAUJWEU/S-- the favorite of millions for 50 yean , and feel that whole- tomerelief from constipation. Evennicky children love it. CAUTION: Use only as directed. Upper Room Class Committees Named at 1st'45 Meeting Committees for the corning year were appointed at the meeting oi the Upper Room class o£ the First Christidh church Monday at the home of the president, Mrs. H. G. Martin, 509 Jefferson N. W. The session opened with a devotional theme by Mrs. Ira Leaman, followed by'the Lord's prayer. Mrs. Martin presided at the business session. New committees named included Mrs. O. G. Engebretson and Mrs. A. A. Anderson, membership; Mrs. Paul Barclay, Mrs. B. Q. Moore and Mrs. W. H. Boyd, finance; Mrs. Lawrence Detra, sick; Mrs. Harley Hansom and Mrs. Kertneth Roth, hospitality; Mrs. John Nagel, scrap book; and Mrs. R. J. Birch, assistant pianist. Plans were made for a bake sale with Mrs. Willis White and Mrs. Boyd as co-chairmen, assisted by Mi's. Martin. It was voted to hold a spring rummage sale on March 24 and Mrs. Barclay will be in charge. At the close ot the evening, refreshments were served by the hostess. Marjorie Dorsey Is Bride of E. Elling Osage--^Marjorie Dorsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William ppr- sey/Osage,' b'ecame the bride" of'Er C. Elling, Garner, Jan. 6 at the Garner Methodist church. Attendants were the bridegroom's brother and his wife. The bride was graduated from the Qsase high school and attended the State University of Iowa, as well as Iowa State Teachers' college. She taught for a short time and later operated a cafe at West Union and has recently been employed at Buttrey's Ready-to- Wear, Mason City. The bridegrom is a real estate agent at Garner. The couple plans to make its home,at Garner. BITS ABOUT 'EM Lt. (jg) and Mrs. David Millen and daughter, Lois, have arrived from Boston, Mass., where Lt. Millen has been attending the Harvard communications school, for a visit with Mrs. Millen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, 115 6th N. W. Mrs. Millen and daughter will remain here when Lt. Millen leaves for further assignment. Mrs. L. R. Erickson is also with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, having come here'.with her husband Cpl. Erickson from Spokane, Wash. Cpl. Erickson has returned to his post at Geiger field, Spokane. ~1 ENGAGED TO WED--Anounce- ment is made of the engagement of Miss Therese Mae Donnelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Donnelly, 212 1st S. E., and Tech. Sgt. Charles H. Gagnon, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gagnon, 206.26th S. W. Miss Donnelly is employed as a long dis-. tance telephone operator for the telephone company and Tech. Sgt. Gagnon in the marine corps, having served 11 months overseas. (Russell Photo.) Cerro Gordo Report Is Presented Mrs. Charles E. Strickland, chairman of the local Red Cross camp and hospital committee, Mrs. W. H. Rees and Mrs. W. Earl Hall, members of the committee, accompanied Mrs. Howard O'Leary, state camp and hospital council chair- ·man, to Des Moines for the monthly meeting of the council Monday. Reports were presented from the · various committees, particularly on the Christmas activities One chapter reported that one of the gifts for men on the high seas at Christmas time was received by a soldier from the town where the chapter is located. Reports on the Christmas gifts for.WACs in the hospital at holiday time were made and Cerro Gordo Red Cross received special thanks for its contribution. Mrs. Strickland gave an account of the various activities of the local committee arid listed the organizations which contributed to make the activities possible. With Fort Des Moines to become the only WAC center in the United States in the near future, the council- was advised of what needs might have to be met in the future. A description of the work done at the Des Moines airport where hospital transport planes land was given. The camp and hospital committee provides food, reading material and other comforts for the travelers. --o-Ronald Christensen Weds in California New Hampton--Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fisher of New Hampton announce the marriage of their daughter, Jeanette Helen Fisher, to Ronald P. Christensen, seaman 3/c, on Dec. 25, in Los Angeles, Cal. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Noah Aderbury of Los Angeles. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Christensen. Both New Hampton high school graduates. Mrs. Christensen has returned to New Hampton; her husband has returned to sea duty, Mr. Christensen is the former Chickasaw county treasurer and lived at Nashua until 1934. Sorority Program able Manners lji "'chapter of.Beta/Sigma Plu met' at the Hotel Hanford Monday evening for a business session and program. During the business session, plans were made for a rummage sale to be held Jan. 20 at 32 East State. Reg in a Ressler led the lesson on "Table Manners and Table Decoration," describing correct settings for breakfast, luncheon, tea or dinner and how each meal is served. "A delighted hostess is a delightful hostess," Miss Hessler said and pointed out that when entertaining, plans should be made so tbat_the family will have a good time and the guests, the time of their lives. --\j-- Rosa Naiman Weds Cpl. Norton Gilman ENGAGEMENT REVEALED --Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wahrer, 1119 Pennsylvania N. E., announce the engagement of their daughter Marcia Faye, to 1st Lt. Robert Tagg, now serving with the infantry of the U. S. forces in Italy. Miss Wahrer who is a sophomore in the school of fine arts of the University of Minnesota is a graduate of Roosevelt high school, Des Moines, where she took an active part in art work and helped to. paint the set for the pageant, "On Your Way." She is a former pupil of the Rose Lorenz Dance studio in Des Moines. Lt. Tagg is a son o£ Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tagg o£ Seward, Minn + SOCIAL + CALENDAR TUESDAY Business Girls league-6:15, Y. W. C. A., classes at 7:30. Women's orchestra-Postponed. Knights ol 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-Mrs. Dean Lightner, 507 East State. St. Dorothy's circle-7:30, Mrs. William Jansen, 639 6th S. E. Unity Chapter No. 58 O. E. S.-7:30, Masonic temple. First Christian Women, croup 8-8, Mrs. A. M. Halsor, 21 llth N. E. Phoenician club-8, Miss Alice Sheffler, 641 2nd N. E. Odd Fellows-8, I. O. O. F. hall. C. D. A.-8, Moose hall. . WEDNESDAY Emanon club-1, Cerro Gordo hotel. Fortnightly club-- . : 1:45, Mrs. Lula Richardson, 202 10th N. W. W. C. T. P.-2, .Miss Minnie Lien. 113% North Federal: Central Heights club-2, Mrs. June Penney. Social Hour club-- · Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett. U. S. W. Roosevelt division-2, Mrs. W. A, Cory, 530- 21st S. E. Central Lutheran S. E. group-2:30, Mrs. J. G. Hanson, 510 9th S.' E. Monroe Washington P. T.-A. board-- Fern Frese Bride of Oscar Erickson Osage--Fern Frese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Frese, Osage, became the bride of Pfc. Oscar Erickson, U. S. marine corps, Tuesday at the Frese home, the Rev. E. H. Yohr officiating. Mrs. E. H. Yohr played the 1 nuptial music and Virginia Kristiansen, McIntire, sang. Attendants were Verna Frese, »,,» iui_ A« !·!. /-, _ sister of the bride, and Pfc. Nor- do^fe^r^MfssTo^ rrna^el^r- aU ° ° f ^ U ' Naiman, youngest daughter of Mr. S ' f 1 TM«nf-n? ; « V,«.ia f,,,. m and Mrs.:Jake KaimarTbtl* Roy, 01 * tr T8 n TJ £. ^LTM TMS and Cpl. Norton Gilman, son ^guests foUowng tte wrfdmg, and M*. and Mrs. Phil Gilman of Aus- ^E^TS^t ££ * The bride was graduated from H elping the ome maker Mrs. Paul B. Smith and daughter, Linda, 672 East State, have left for Pittsburgh, Pa., to visit Fireman 1/C Smith. SENNA LAXATIVE SYRUP PEPSHT Miss Velma Hockenberry, a cadet nurse at the University of Minnesota, spent" Monday at the home of her mother, Mrs. H. V. Hockenberry, 240 6th S. E., while her brother, Capt. Homer Hockenberry, is visiting here. SPECIAL Permanent Waves This Week Only Written Guarantee Regular $8.50 Wave" SPECIAL Complete Any Style Desired Charles Gilbert BEAUTY SERVICE Across From dome Fnmiturc 24 1st S. E. Ph. 1006 StJoseph ASPIRIN · Royal Doulton · Wedgwood · Haviland · Minton Bone China WATCHES ftlaneharc DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE By CHARLOTTE ADAMS Green Peppers Are Good By Themselves Dried Beef Casserole Sauteed Green Peppers JVhole Wheat Bread Deep Dish Apple Pie with Sour Cream (Recipes serve four) Dried Beef Casserole 2 cups cooked elbow macaroni l l fi cups milk 1 teaspoon onion juice Dash of pepper 1 Ib. peas Vt Ib. dried beef 3 tablespoons flour 3 tablespoons margarine Vi Ib. sliced cheese Saute shredded dried beef In one tablespoon margarine five minutes, stirring frequently. Melt remaining margarine, add flour and pepper and blerfa. Add milk and onion juice and cook until the sauce thickens. Place alternate layers of cooked macaroni, dried beef and cooked peas in a buttered casserole, finishing with macaroni. Pour sauce over the dish, running a knife around the edge to allow sauce to be distributed evenly. Top with slices of cheese and bake at 350 degrees 25-30 minutes. Santeed Green Peppers 4 green peppers Vi cup flour % teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 4 tablespoons margarine % teaspoon, dried marjoram, minced Remove the stem and seedpods from the peppers and slice in one- inch strip. Dredge in flour seasoned with salt and pepper. Melt margarine in skillet, add green peppers and marjoram and saute gently until peppers are tender, stirring occasionally. Tests indicate that the substitution of roller bearings for "plain" bearings in railroad rolling stock has reduced the starting resistance of trains by 88 per cent. tin, were married, Jan. 7, in the Their attendants were her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gotlieb of St. Paul. A dinner was served at the hotel. The bride is a graduate of Le Roy high school and since has been sales lady in her father's grocery store. After his furlough they will go to Maryland where he is sta- been employed at the Birchard Brush office, and at the Osage Farmers bank. She will continue her work for the present. " The bridegroom was graduated from the Osage high school, and has been in service since June, 1942. He has been overseas for 26 months, during which time he was in the campaigns at Guadacanal, Tarawa, and Saipan. He is to return to San Diego, this weekend, for .future assignment. Officers of Rebekah Lodge Entertained Officers of Queen Rebekah lodge were entertained by Mrs. Arthur Geissmar, noble grand, at a 6:30 dinner at the Adams home Monday evening. Following dinner, Mrs. D. J. Perdue presented. Mrs. Geissmar a gift from her officers and the birthday of Mrs. Fred Lind was honored by presentation of gifts from her husband. Court whist was played during the evening with prizes going to Mr. William Huffman and Mrs. Foster Elliott. Rose favors were Couple Is Married on Anniversary Day of Bride's Parents Ridecway--According to family tradition Miss Cora Bergan of Ridgeway chose New Years day for her marriage to Vilmar C. Borlaug. The wedding was performed in the Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran church at Waterloo on the anniversary of the bride's parents and paternal grandparents by the Rev. W. D. Oetting, pastor of the church. Miss Sina Borlaug, sister of the bridegroom, played nup r tial music oh the orgari'ind sang. The couple was attended by Miss Anna Borlaug, sister of the bridegroom and by Donald Bergan,' brother of the bride. The ceremony was witnessed by immediate relatives and a reception for the bridal party was given by the bride's parents at the Hotel Russell-Lamson. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Enos Bergan of Ridgeway. She is a graduate of Ridgeway high school and has been teaching in the schools of Winneshiek county. The bridegroom, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Borlaug of Lawler, is a graduate of Cresco high school, o£ the Iowa Slate college at Ames, and is employed in Waterloo, having been recently transferred from Madison, Wis. The new home will be made at Waterloo. --o-Irva Lesch Marries 3:30, Mrs. H. D. Makeever, 1018 Jefferson N. \V. First Christian church-6:30, church. Bethlehem Willing Workers-Mrs. Ed Ficken. , Loyal 10 club-7:30, Mrs. L. H. Green, 408 5th N. W. Women of the Moose-7:30, Moose hall. Bridge club-1, Mrs. C. J. Kaufmarm, 217 Pennsylvania N. E. Madison P. T. A.-2, school. V. F. W. auxiliary-7:30, V. F. W. home. Ladies Anchor Encampment auxiliary--. ; 8,1. O. O. F. hall. New Officers Are Installed by Dix Tent Officers were installed by Dorothea L. Dix Tent, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil war at a meeting Monday evening in the Hi-12 clubrooms with Mrs. Lois Riekens presiding. Officers reports were presented and committees sending Christmas packages to Civil war widows and to the veterans at Knoxville also reported. It was announced that the tent memorial flag was present at the UMord and Creekmur memorials. The installing staff included Mrs. S. A. Bemis, installing officer; Mrs. August Hanson, chaplain; and Miss Marie Fuller, chaplain. Mrs. Claude. Lynch was installed as president;. Mrs. Earl Ferleman, senior vice president; Mrs. Louis Tanner junior vice president; Miss Fuller, chaplain; Mrs. Hanson, patriotic instructor; Mrs. Bemis, treasurer; Mrs, Edna Enweiler, Mrs. Opal Arnold and Mrs. Estella Lee, Council members. Officers appointed by Mrs." Lynch were Mrs. Iva Burgart secretary Mrs. Verona Winchell, press correspondent; Mrs. Bessie Bull, guide; Mrs. Hay Downing, guard; Mrs. Ida Slack, assistant guard; the Misses Lila and Lily Bemis, Miss May Davis and Miss Betty Tanner, colorbearers; and Miss Betty Lynch, musician. Mrs. Riekens installed the installing officers. Poems were read by Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Bemis and a gift was presented to Mrs. Riekens. Mrs. Burgart was named chairman of the canteen and Mrs. Enweiler, chairman ol gilts to be sent to Knoxville. Announcement was made of a march of dimes at the next meet- ng. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Bull and Mrs. Enweiler. The installing staff from tent 42 will install officers of Jessie Holm COUPLES GRANTED '. LICENSES TO WED New Hampton--Roma Bjorgo, 27, Spring Grove, Minn., and Mary Olive Zimmer, 31, Charles City; O. Roy Hanscn, 43, Adams, N. Dak., and Margaret Evelyn Moffit, 2G, Tipton; Myrle William Hosting, 28, and Hose Lenora Mills, 23, both tent 45 at Clear Lake next Monday night. Pvt. Russell Watts Is Married in East Waucoma--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watts and daughter, Helen, have returned from Readlyn where they attended the wedding Jan. 2 in St. Matthew's Lutheran church, Readlyn, of their son and brother, Pvt. 1/c Russell D. Watts, and Gertrude Ann Kulman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kulman, Readlyn. The Rev. E. Dprnbush performed the double ring ceremony. The attendants were-Helen "Watts and Mrs. Warner Kulman, sisters of the bridegroom, Verner Scheer and Warner Kidman. A wedding supper was served to 40 guests at the Fred Kulman home. Pvt. Watts entered the service in March, 1342, and returned 2 weeks ago from 30 months service in Alaska--this being his first furlough since his induction. Pvt. and of Waucoma; have been issued Mrs. Watts left Monday for 'Fort licenses to wed. | Belvoir, Va., for reassignment. For Quick Cough Relief, Mix This at Home Saves Ton Big Dollars, and cough medldne, and gives you about' It's So Easily Mixed. Hero's an old home mixture your mother probably used, but, for real results, It !s still one of the most ef- It's no trouble. Make a syrup by slirrinff 2 cups granulated sugar and | 1 cup water a few moments until dls- _ solved. No cooking- needed--Ifa so Osage--Irva Lesch, daughter of easy! Or you can use corn syrup or Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leseh, be- liquid honey. Instead of sugar syrup, came the bride of Aviation M. M. Now put 2% ounces of Pinex into a And you'il say It's really amazing. .1 j j j u, . for quick action. You can feel It take recUveaEddependabIe,forcouehsIuehoId promptly. It loosens tnepMegm. tocolda. OncetrUd,you'llswearby It. soothes the Irritated membranes. S5 . . ,, ,,. ulvI11IUI1MI!a 1/c Johnson Feldpouch, son oi Mrs. P ln * bottle, and add your syrup. This Honey refunded It it doesn't please presented Geissmar. each guest by Mrs. Dress simply. Dashing from one wartime duty to another, you'll want that dress that fits your figure nicely and looks well wherever you go. Darts give the bodice a soft look. No. 3888 is cut in sizes 12,14, 16, 18, 20, 40, 42 and 44. Size 36 requires 3 yards 39-inch fabric. Send IBc 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 lor all ages, all sizes and all occasions, is beautifully illustrated in full color. Price loc a copy. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Orel Eastwold Gives Talk for Sorority Alpha Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Floyd Jacobson, 537 llth N. E. The lesson "Substance o£ the Art of Life--The Good" was given by Miss Orel Eastwold. · She stressed words, action and thought from the art of life and stated that for supreme happiness one must educate his eye and soul to judge rightly of good and evil-never to deviate from the fixed idea of the Good. Plans were made at the meeting for a card party to be held on Jan. 29. Following the meeting the hostesses, Mrs. Jacobson and Miss Mildred Kuhlemeier, served a birthday cake complimenting Mrs. Helen Shipley whose birthday was Monday. UNIVERSAL MOTHERS CLTTB HAS SESSION Universal Mothers club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James R. Shaffer, 407 Delaware N. E. Mrs. A. G. Jordan gave the devotions and Mrs. Paul Loomis led group singing. Mrs. A. A. Bishop reviewed "My Brother's Face" by Mukerji. MADISON P. T. A. BOARD MEETS Madison P. T. A. board met Monday, afternoon at the school with 11 members present. Plans were made for the meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Peter Frandsen, Cedar Falls, Friday at the College Hill chapel, Cedar Falls, with the Hev. Edgar Brammer,. as pastor. The bride was attended by her sister, Marvel Lesch, instructor at Waterloo. The bride was graduated from the Osage high school, attended Iowa State Teachers college, and has taught for several years. She plans to accompany her husband who goes to Oakland, Cal., in the future, for further assignment. I ^M/ndubiqA^ Hwn9o Thisl It's so ears to get prompt.efrectrre AKWDMPS relief from distress of head colds with Va-tro-noll Works right where tremble Is to reduce congestion -- soothe Irritation -- make breathing easier. Also helps prerect many colds from developing U used la time. Try it! Follow dlrectionstofolder. VECKSVATtO-NOL FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. 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