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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1944
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_ 10 Thursday. Feb. 17, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NEW ASSISNMENT--Pic. Doris Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry Smith, 2350 21st S. W., has arrived at her new assignment in the Fletcher hospital, Cambridge, Ohio,'where she is to be a WAC hospital technician. Pfc. Smith who had been home on convalescent leave with called back to duty last week at Camp Breckenridge, Ky., where she had been working in the motor pool. She has also worked in the postoffice and in the theater at Breckenridge. She received her private first class rating last September. Albertha Lolling Weds Elmer Nolle Dnmont _ Miss Albertha Berniece Lolling, daughter of Mrs John Hovenga, became the bride of Elmer Frederick Nolle, son o Mr. and Mrs. Ehme Nolte, at th Reformed parsonage Feb 15 thi Rev. H. J. Potter officiating. The couple was attended by Miss Caroline Brodbeck and Wai lace Nolte, brother of the bride groom. A reception, for' the immediate family was held at the home of the bride following the ceremony and a reception will be given for them Friday night at the parlors of the Reformed church. They will live on a farm south of Du rnont. DINNER IS GIVEN BY O. B. JACKSONS ·M?? - c an ?u Mrs - °- B - Jackson, 2115 South Federal, entertained at a 6 o clock dinner Wednesday Staff Sgt Lee Jackson who is home on furlough from Mrs. w - o n s ° n , Mr HotchJass of Minneapolis and her sister, Miss Esther Andrews of Pueblo, Colo. The eve- as spent playing court Dixie Willson to Be Heard at Meeting "Rhapsody in Red, White an Blue" is the title chosen for th program to be presented by Mis Dixie Willson at the Woman's clu fine arts department meetin Tuesday afternoon in the librar assembly. Marking Washington's birthda the 'Rhapsody" will includ sketches of the less known ep s odes. in the lives of great Amer cans, written by Miss Willson. A a special feature there will b musical selections by a choru of 15 young people. Mrs. Morris Laird and Mr Harry Wolf will provide the ac cpmpamment for the musical por tion of the program, which ha been arranged by Miss Willson t further enhance the performance At the close of the afternoon a patriotic tea will be served hon prmg the guest artist. The program is under the di rection of the Woman's club fin arts department which include the music, drama and art sec tions and is open to all member of the organization. Pearl Rohr Honored at Prenupdal Party Mrs. Helen Broers and th Misses Elsie and Marieta Broer honored Miss Pearl Rohr at a mis cellaneous shower at the Broer home, 536 7th S. E. The guest o honor received a rose corsage an Valentine sweet pea corsages wen to each guest. Games were played during th evening with prizes going to Mrs Minnie Kinney, Mrs. Nprma Mor ris and Mrs. Fritzi Broers. Recipe were written for the bride-to-b on cards with pictures^ of eac guest attached. Miss Rohr who will be marrie Feb 29 to Coy Sims of Seattl. Wash., received gifts. Luncheo was served, carrying out the Val nline theme. ENTKAL LABOR UNION AUXILIARY MEETS The auxiliary to the Centra -·abor Union met at the Labor emple with Mrs. Bernard Leath ^residing. Reports were made by he legislative committee and the rades and labor assembly dele. ale. The next meeting will be Warch 7 at 2; instead of 8 o'clock. -unch was served by Mrs Fritz rid and Mrs. Nels Land Home-Mixed Syrup Relieves Coughs Quickly Saves Big Dollars.' So Easy! No Cooking. A real surprise awaits you, in your own kitchen, for the reliot ot coughs due to colds. You can easily mix a cough syrup that frives you about ·} times as much for your money. · Make a syrnp by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar and one cup of water a few moments, until dissolved. Or you can use corn syrup or liquid ot syrup. No -----,, TM«*^ ,,.. sugar Eyrup . N( cooking- needed--it's no trouble at all taincd from any druggist) into a pint bottle. Add your syrup, and you have a full pint of really wonderful cough medicine. It never spoils, lasts a family a long time, ana ciildrea love it. This mixture takes right hold ot a cough in a way that means business. It loosens the phlesm, soothes the irritated membranes, and quickly eases soreness and difficult breathing. Finer is a special compound of proven ingredients,, in concentrated form, well Jtnown for prompt action m coughs and bronchial irritations. Money refunded it it doesn't please Announcement Made of Nuptial Event Woman's Club ' Miss Ruth Jorgensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Jorgesen of Grafton, became the bride of Pvt Keith E. Troge of Charles City! Jan. 29 in the Immanuel Lutheran church at Grafton, the Rev. S. M. Becker officiating in the. presence of immediate relatives and friends. Attendants were Mrs. Vcrle Troge, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, and Kenneth Jorgensen brother of the bride. The bride wore a navy blue street length dress and carried calla lilies and jonquils. Her only jewelry was a string of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. The bridesmaid wore a pink dress and carried a colonial bouquet o£ sweetpeas and jonquils. Following the ceremony, supper was served to 50 guests at the bride's home. Pvt. Troge has returned to his duties at Fort Ord, Cal., and Mrs. Troge resumed her work in the Oliver plant at Charles City. ;-~v--~n3 MRS. KEITH TROGE Lillian Hogan Married to Russell Angeregg Dougherty--At a nuptial high mass in St. Patrick's church of Dougherty, Miss Lillian Hogan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan of Dougherty, became the brids of Russell Anderegg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderegg of Dougherty, the Bev. James Hamill officiating. Merlin Hogan and Vincent Merfeld were acolytes,- Nuptial music was by Joe Mullen and St. Patrick's girls choir. The attendants were Gladys Hogan, sister of the bride, and Edward Barr, both of Dougherty. A reception was« held at the home of the bride for the immediate relatives. --o-Miss Margaret Funke Weds Carl Hageman Decorah--At the St. Francis de Sales Catholic church in Ossian Feb. 8, Miss Margaret Funke, daughter of Mrs. Mary A. Funke of Calmar, and Carl Hageman, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Felix Hageman of Calmar, were married by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. M. J. Thiltgen. The bride was attended by her ister. Lucille, and the bridegroom by his brother, Julius Hageman. Mrs. Hageman received her education at the De Sales school in Ossian, and Mr. Hageman at- ended St. Aloysius school ^in Calmar. They will make their home n a farm near Calmar. A wedding dance took place at le Ossian opera house. RIENDLY BIRTHDAY LUB ENTERTAINED Friendly Birthday club Wednesday at the home of Mrs. . A. Buffington, 429 23rd S. W. ith 9 members present. It was oted to donate $2 to the Canen and S2 to the Red Cross Mter the business meeting, .the me was spent sewing. Hefresh- ents were served by the hostess ne next meeting will be March 5 with Mrs. Harry Russell, 436 4th S. W. --o--Buy War Savinjs Bonds and amps from your Globe-Gazette rrier boy. Libby Oxley Bride of Ervin Williams Decorah--The marriage of Miss Libby C. Oxley, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oxley of Ossian, and Ervin S. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Williams of Decorah. took place Feb. 7 in La Crosse, Wis. The Rev. George Ulvilden performed the ceremony at Our Saviour's Lutheran parsonage. They were attended by Ingrid Oxley, sister of the bride, and Kenneth Kittleson. A reception at Hotel Linker followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will live in Decorah where he is employed at the Public Opinion. --o-Mailey-Schnitzler Nuptials Are Held Decorah--Miss Joyce Schnitzler daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schnitzler of Bluffton township became the bride of Gerald Mailey, son of William Mailey of Decorah, Wednesday morning at the St Bridget's Catholic church in Bluffton, the Rev. George Mahoney officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKenna attended the couple. Following the ceremony a dinner was served at the Green Parrot in Decorah for the bridal party. There will be a shower Friday night at the 4-H Community building. Mr. and Mrs. Mailey will live on a farm in Blutfton township. Through medically supervised diet, tooth decay among large 30 Present at Meeting of Rebekahs Thirty members attended th meeting of the Queen Rebeka circle Wednesday in the I. O O " parlors with'the president, Mr D. J. Perdue, in charge of the ses sion. Five new members were re ceived into the circle. Mrs. Perdu named Mrs. Fred Lind, Mrs A fred Diercks and Mrs. William Brown to a reception commute for the meetings. Announcement was made of th Queen Rebekah lodge meetin Friday evening and of · a car party to be sponsored by th United Service Women in th Service Men's club Tuesday Court whist was played witi prizes going to Mrs. Ira Finch Mrs. U. w. Davis was in charg of entertainment and' Mrs. Gu Angell, Mrs. Otto Geismar, Mrs Calvin Sears, Mrs. Henry Mor phew and Mrs. Ira Finch. The next meeting will be Marc 1 with Mrs. Nellie Ulrich am Mrs. Geismar on the commute in charge of instructions on th constitution and by-laws Mrs Perdue will be on the refresh ments committee. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mrs. George Withy and son George Stoddard, have arrived from Seattle, Wash;, for a visi with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. C. Stoddard, 324 2nd S. E. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Decker 2626 North Dayton street, Phoenix, Ariz., formerly of -Mason City are the parents of a 7 pound, S ounce daughter, Pharis, born Feb 4 at Phoenix. ' Miss Jean Strickland, 8 Beaumont drive, and Miss Rosamond Webster, 110 Carolina S. E., haw left for New York City. Mrs. C. E. Schneider and daughter, Penelope, Pennsylvania N. E., have joined Lt. (j. g ' Schneider at San Diego, Cal. where he is stationed with the U S. navy. Miss Yvonne Riley, code instructor at the army air base Sioux Falls, S. Dak., has returnee to that station after a visit here in the homes of Mr. and Mrs F J. Riley, 410 Adams N. W., and Mr. and Mrs. Max Riley, 715 Hampshire N. E. Miss Riley came to be here with her brother-in- law and sister, Lt. and Mrs. Roger Wilcox, who have also been visiting here. Miss Riley was formerly employed at the Globe-Gazette. Then put 2« ounces of Finer groups of children has been reduced as much as 80 per cent. . ( --o-Buy War Savings Bonds aria Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Casual Suit 3636 ' S I Z L E S S--16 AN A M A Z I N G "FLOUR POOD" 1| SOY FlX)UR is milled entirely from ·bybeam. ft * o*er SO per cent protein £- soimportaot in ifae bHy diet for growth,' -strength, energy and «rf Hr aace. It bw a high ,!«oM«ntof vhanuBi «f tn« B complex -- and *uen food minerals as iron, calcium, potassium, phoaphonu and magnesium. "«*, fish, protein, vitamin* 'and minerals » yonr cooking and bale. -- eatily, economiMy. WWTE FOB TOW MONETMfAD SOY MOW COOK MX* HOMfTMfAO SOY FLOUJt ·«! 400*? ·t»s t* foods -- qi rt , fiM, a rf*Hc!«» *rf-IU» tartr. Tfem'lt K*d H It t fcorf- bidfif sfr*tck*r, to! r»tr «r«tr fcai HONEfMEXD SOY FLOUJt to · tw. tmct. G* HONEVMEAD S f I T - V S O V F WAY FLOUR F V E R Y D A Y The. 'teen-ager can't have too many jackets and skirts, and this smart suit takes kindly either to matching or mixing with the rest of her wardrobe. No. 3636 in size 12 requires 2'/4 yards 54-inch fabric. Send IGc 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 m beautiful colors. Limited supply, so order early. 15c a copy, or only 10c with a pattern. Include 2c extra for handling and mailing ' Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St New York 11, N. Y. '' omemaker SAUCE EXTENDS FISH (Point-rationed items are starred ) Curry Sauce and Fish Buttered Broccoli Jellied Vegetable Salad Enriched Bread Creamy Caramel Pudding - Coffee (Recipes Serve 4) Curry Sauce and Fish *3 tablespoons margarine or butter _4 tablespoons flour 1/3 teaspoon salt 'A teaspoon paprika Vt teaspoon celery salt or celery seed 2 cups milk 1 teaspoon curry powder 1 teaspoon minced parsley 1 cup cooked fish 2 cups hot boiled rice Melt margarine and add flour and seasonings. Blend thoroughly Add milk and curry. Cook slowly, stirring constantly until a creamy sauce forms. Add parsley and fish and reheat. Serve poured over or around the rice. The curry sauce has a more subtle flavor if it is made several hours ahead of serving time. Cool and chill and reheat in double boiler. Jellied Vegetable Salad I package lemon flavored gelatin 1 cup boiling water \2 cup grapefruit juice "I tablespoon vinegar Vi cup chopped cabbage 1/3 cup diced celery 2 tablespoons chopped peppers. 1/3 cup grated raw carrots 1 tablespoon minced onion 1/3 teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper or paprika 1 tablespoon sugar Dissolve gelatin in water. Add grapefruit juice and vinegar. Chill until a little stiff. Add rest of ingredients and pour into mold Chill until firm. Jerry James Gets Red Cross Position Miss Jerry James, former KGLv staff member, has received wor from tlje American Red Cros headquarters at.St. Louis that sh has been accepted as recreationa staff assistant in overseas clubs Miss James will report t Washington, D. C., on March for a 3 weeks training period an after that will be sent overseas. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A James of Hampton, Miss Jame was graduated from Drake uni versity in 1942 with a bachelor o arts degree. For the past 1 months, she has been employed in the program department of KGLO MISS JERRY JAMES green THE SAFEST AND BEST INVESTMENT BUY WAR BONDS _ WATCHES . 12 EAST STATE + SOCIAL + CALENDAR THURSDAY Sorosis club-7:30, Mrs. C. W. Hubbard, 320 East State. Bundles for Britain 7:30, 814 Foresters building. Monroe Junior high P. T. A.-7:30, school, board at 7. loosevelt Elementary P. T. A. 7:30, school. St. James Junior league-7:30, church parlors. Bethlehem Walther league-7:45, church. Holy Family circle 6-7:45, P. G. E., public card party. St. Gertrude's circle-8, Mrs. Edward Kling, 702 15th S. E. Vomen of the Moose-8, Moose hall. Hardinsr Parent Education 8, school. O. T. O.-8, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY Red Cross Volunteers-1:15 to 4:15, surgical dressings workrooms, 211 .North Federal Roosevelt school. 'irst Christian Women's council-1:30, group 4, Mrs. S. M. McKee, 1438 Hampshire place, N. E · 2 group 1, Mrs. R. E. Robertson, 1615 Delaware S. E. t. Lucy's circle-2, Mrs. J. M. Trayer, 233 6th S. E. Wilson P. T. A.-2:15, school. Fnion Memorial women-: . 2:30, First Presbyterian church. ity Progressive club-6:30, C. B. Letts, 247 14th S. E. avy Mothers-7:30, Service Men's club, card party. rinity Garfield circle-- · 7:30, Mrs. H. F. Johnson, 322 3rd N. E. Progressive club-8, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kellogg, ueen Rebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. . A. R. E. auxiliary-B, Moose hall. Dorcas circle-- 1:30, Mrs. H. Reynolds, 2510 Jefferson S. W. tason City Saddle club-7:30, Nichols Farm' Equipment company. ' English Girl Bride f Cresco Soldier Cresco--Mr. and Mrs. John Kuk, farmers southwest of Cresco aye announced the marriage of leir son, Leonard, who is with ·ie armed forces in England, to iss · Jacqueline Taylor, pcr- rmed. Feb. 12 in England. They ill remain in England until af- r the war when they will come to America and locate in Howard county. . Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. 6 Members Signed Up at Session Six new member-; were taken into the Navy Mothers club at its meeting Wednesday at the Service Men's club. They include Mrs. Jacob Traub who has 5 sons in service, Mrs O. J. Skyles, 3 sons in the'navy Mrs. L. H. Green, 2 sons in the navy, Mrs. Milo Young, Mrs. Doris Marson and Mrs. O. S. Eliason Mrs. M W. Reed, commander of the club, was elected delegate to the national convention of the organization to be held March 28 to 31 in Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Frank Law and Mrs. O. A. Iverson were elected alternates. A report was made on the welfare activities of the club showing that 3 boxes of surgical dressings are ready for shipment, 4 layettes completed and others being made. Plans were completed for * card party to be held Friday 'evening at 7:30. The next meeting '""· J for Tuesday was announced March 7 at 7:30. Hunt Armadillos Austin, Tex., (UE--Even the armadillos have gone to war in Texas. A Bastrop County Boys club started it. They organized an armadillo hunt and a Girls club cooked the fat out o£ the shell- covered animals and donated it to the war drive for fats. Trained d o g s overtake the currying armadillos; a flip of he dog's nose under the shell urns the armadillo over on his Jack, and he lies there helpless or the hunters. ·--°-- The story of Robinson Crusoe was founded on the actual adventures of Alexander Selkirk TMo spent 4 years on an island If the coast of Chile. UPROOTED PEOPLE--Speaki ing from her experience ii Brooklyn, in the industrial citie of Indiana, in Washington an other places, Miss Edna Pyl will present the topic, "Up rooted Peoples" to Methodis women on Feb. 18. Miss Pyle speaks in the sane tuary of. the First Methodi church to the Woman's Societ of Christian Service. She wi deal with 4 urgent problems ii the realm of transplanted peo pies. The four phases are "The Jev in Our Midst," "The Japanese Americans," "The Trailer Fam ilies," including the migrator' defense worker's families, am the "Ever-present Migrator; Worker's Problems," in obtain" ing sanitation living conditions laws for schooling, and in get ting spiritual guidance as wel as fellowship in his ever shifting home and' community. jarman K. Vikturek Weds Frances Ramage Gai-man K. Vikturek, son o[ M and Mrs. Leonard Vikturek Manly, and Miss Frances S. Ran. age, daughter of Gaylord Ramag of Austin, Minn., were marrie ^eb. 14 at the First Baptist parson ge in Austin by the Rev. M landgren. Attendants were Miss Dolore Vikturek, sister of the bridegroorr nd Richard Jirsa. The bride is employed at Al ert Lea and the bridegroom ha een farming with his father an ruckmg near Manly and Nor prings. They will live at Alber Lea. ' - Watchmakers who cared forth AVOW, Poland, town, clock in th 5th century, received a rent-fre ome on the city square.: --o-- ' · · · . - . Irrigation was practiced by In ians in the southwest long -be ore the arrival of the white ma dainty women shun Soap dish"j e ||y" USE SWEETHEART SOAP »nd o otice how.. diy and firm it suyj because of its oral shape. Unlike many soaps that lie Bat, only i very small part of SwcctHcirt's big oval ate actually touches die surface. Air dries it off hit... helps avoid messy and wasteful "jelly" in the wet soap dish. You'll find SwcctHcart Soap both dainty and long-Iasting. Remember: among eight leading brands only SwectHeart Soap is oval in shape. T O I L E T S O A P S 0 » P T H « T J C fi f f s Thrifty Women You will be interested in the MONEY YOU CAN SAVE on Beautiful, High Quality COATS TRIMMED or UNTRIMMED If you need a New Coot, take advantage of this opportunity to SAVE and invest in a garment that will give* you years of wear and comfort. A F I N E GROUP OF UNTRIMMED STYLES ot $9700 '27 ~~^4£^

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