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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, January 4, 1943
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Legislative Program Is on Schedule Business and Professional Women s club has its first meeting of the new year Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford with · the legislative committee in charge of the program which is based on the theme "Congress to Win the War." Miss Hazel Thomas is chairman of the committee which includes Mrs. Lucretia Hayden and Miss Viola Towle. A panel discussion has been planned with consideration of the national and state legislative programs of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs and the Iowa Federation. Dinner will be served at 6:30 with the program following. Mrs. Blanche Rankin is in charge of music and Mrs. Pearl Vick, decorations, for the evening. The club's January social meet- Ing is scheduled for Jan. 21, with Mrs. Blanche Reip as hostess and Mrs. Naomi DeWilde as chairman. --o-MISS STEPHENSON HOSTESS TO GROUP Miss Johanna Stepuenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Stephenson, 314 Carolina avenue south. east, entertained at luncheon Saturday at the Eadmar hotel. Chrysanthemums centered t h e table where covers were placed for 12. The time was spent informally. Miss Stephenson will leave next week for Stephens college, Columbia, Mo., to continue her studies there. --o-HOLD HOLIDAY DANCE BELMOND--The high school boys and girls held a holiday dance m the Legion hall on Dec. 30. --o-Japan can't spend as much as we do, but don't let it fool you. You don't need money if you're a good thief--Dubuque Telegraph- Herald. WJJYBEFAT? ~ It's Easy To Reduce «jrro fcfrl ewnaulta. Hi,TM Belt,Service Drujs., 1n No. Federal Avc aiassn City, Iowa To Be Married Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Miller, 118 Rhode Island avenue southeast, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley, to Doyle Leighton Clevenger of Compton, Cal., son of Mr. and Mrs. Orie Clevenger. He has been making his home at the J. J. Reynolds residence. {Russell photo) 'apt. Philip Baird fs Married in Texas ACKLEY--At the home of Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Abilene, Texas, Jan. 1, was held the marriage of icr daughter, Frances, to Capt Philip A. Baird, son of Mrs Margaret Baird of Ackley. Captain Baird was graduated from I. S. C. in Ames and the next year enlisted at Fort Des Moincs in the United States army, going to Fort Leonard Wood Mo' n 1941. He was transferred to Texas where as a battery commander 10 remained until last December v.'hen he was sent to Fort Sill, Okla., for special training. HOPE ANN IJEA GIVES PARTY Miss Hope Ann Hea entertained 20 college friends at a "Boston Banquet" at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hea, 1002 Second street northwest, Saturday evening, complimenting her louse guest, Miss Martha Ball of Des Moines. Miss Ball'left Sunday for her home after a New Year's visit at Heas. The entire solar system is mov- ng forward as a unit through pace in the general direction of he star Vega at a rate of 12 miles a second. Little Theater Rehearsal on Wednesday The January meeting of the Mason City Little Theater will be a rehearsal Wednesday evening at 7:30 at (he Y. W. C. A. where preparations will be made for the produclion, "What Is the Red Cross?" which the Little Theater is staging for the annual meeting of the Cerro Gordo chapter of the Red Cross Monday evening in the high school auditorium. The Little Theater's meetings are ordinarily held on the first Wednesday evening of the month at the P. G, ' E. and the rehearsal will replace this session. Mrs. Charles Grippen is directing the production which will depict the world wide activities of the American Red Cross. The annual meeting of the Cerro Gordo chapter which is expected to draw delegations from throughout the county as well as from Mason City will be at 8 p m Monday evening, Jan. 11. Volunteer w o r k e r s in all branches of chapter activity and all members of the chapter will attend the session at which officers will be elected for the coming year, according to T. L. Connor, chapter chairman. Annual reports in pamphlet form will be distributed. ANNIVERSARY °MARKED BY ROCKWELL COUPLE ROCKWELL -- Out of town guests at the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell held Jan. 1 were Floyd Gardner, Sumner; Mrs. Gertrude King, Elgin, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. ^ewis Pickle, Hollandale, Minn · VIiss Ruby Dobson, Woodburn, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Spurbeck Waverly; Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Perdue and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Carroll, Mason' City, and Miss Laverna Morris of Rockford '--o-GALE-PERRY NORTHWOOD--Miss Lorraine Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Slmer Perry of Northwood, and tfoyt R. Gale of Manly were married Dec. 25 by the Rev. Marvin Johnson, pastor of the Gordonsville Methodist church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown of Gordonsville, Minn., grand- arents of the bride. Miss Ilene Perry of Northwood, sister of the ride, was bridesmaid, and Lyle Shinn of Manly was the bestman. --o-They say we musn't discuss the var unless we know what we are alking about. Apply this to everything and the art of speech vould be lost.--Cedar Rapids Ga- ette. gs for Organizations of ---- ·-- __ Depend On If MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1943 Center of Fur Fashion in North Iowa--Marshall-Swift Sale of \ JANUARY FURS Is Now On... Come, See and Profit by the Savings ... It's Smart to Buy a Fur Coat Now! Check These Values: · Northern Seal (Seal Dyed Coney) · Mendoze Beaver (Seal Dyed Coney) 75TM India Kids (Black, Brown, Grey) China Kids 90* · Skunk · Opossum · Chekiang Caracul · Krimmer Sides 135 . Persian Paw UU · Squirrel Paw Up · .Raccoon . Mink Chevron Silver Fox Paw, Ocelot American Mink Head Brazilian Otter 200 00 UP Sable Dyed Muskrat (Northern Back) Ariano Otter American Mink Tail Hudson Seal (Dyed Muskrat) 175 250 00 UP Open Evenings By Appointment Marshall t-Svcift- 1 C L £ \ N e i - ' i f-l. C.:.|frftS «J . 00 UP Convenient Payment Plan A GOOD shirtwaist dress like " this is, of course, a year- around proposition in any active wardrobe; and in springtime, it's clean-cut simplicity gives just that fresh start that a new year calls for. In this pattern, you have a choice of necklines, both b e c o m i n g choose either the soft bow neckline or the notched collar, according to your own type and whether you want to emphasize the casual or the "dressmaker" look in your frock. Style No. 2023 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40 42, 44, 46, 48 and 50. Size 36 requires 3% yards 39-inch fabric Send 15c (plus Ic to cover cost of mailing) for pattern. Write your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. There's an impulse that is uppermost in women's minds--· save dollars, conserve fabrics. Both help toward winning the war. Let the Fall-Winter Fashion Book show you how to sew and save. Price 15c--or only lOc when ordered with a pattern. Obey that impulse. " Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 West 19th Street, New York, N. Y. H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Watch For Victory Foods A Victory Special is a food in seasonable abundance. Uncle Sam urges housewifes to buy such food to prevent waste and to assure the most effective use of the wartime supply of food. Dinner Serving 3 or 4 Sphaghetti Loaf Green Beans Baked Squash (High in Vitamin A) Orange Swirls (Vitamin C) Shredded Cabbage Salad Fresh Gingerbread Cocoa Sphaghetti Loaf 2 cups cooked spaghetti 2-3 cup bread crumbs % cup diced celery V-i cup diced onions Vi cup chopped green pepper or pimientos 1 teaspoon salt % teaspoon paprika 2-3 cup grated or finely shaved cheese 2 eggs, beaten Vz cup hot milk 2-3 cup canned condensed tomato soup Mix ingredients and pour into buttered, loaf pan. Bake 50 minutes in moderate oven. Let stand o minutes in hot place and un- mold. Cover and surround with creamed peas or green beans. Orange Swirls 3 tablespoons butter Vz cup orange juice V: cup honey J A teaspoon cinnamon 2 teaspoons grated orange rind Cook ingredients 2 minutes then place in eight greased muffin pans and add the swirl biscuits. Swirl Biscuits 2 cups flour 4 teaspoons baking powder 1-3 teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons shortening 2-3 cup milk 3 tablespoons soft butter, or enriched margarine % teaspoon grated orange rind 1-3 teaspoon cinnamon Mix together flour, baking powder and salt. Cut in shortening and add milk slowly until soft dough forms. Knead a minute then pat out until thin--spread with rest of ingredients. Roll up and cut off 8 pieces. Fit into the muffin pans. Bake 15 minutes in moderate oven (350). Let stand 5 minutes in warm place, then remove by loosening edges with a spatula. Serve warm with butter. WILL GO TO DES MOINES GARNER _- Lorraine Hanson, former deputy county auditor, plans to go to Des Moines this week to make arrangements for her stay there during the coming session of the Iowa legislature. She has accepted a position as secretary to VValter S. Pritchard who is returning to Des Moines for his second term as representative from Hancock county. SALLY'S SALLIES R£AU-Y WON'T M1HP HER-, BUT Y6U KKOW VERY WEIX SHE. IS SUPEWHCIM.. HURRY! UMIJED TIME! % PRICE I __ -- THE ORIGINAL Windand Weather REG. *1 SIZE... 50« REG.'2 SIZE...$1.OO LIMIT CO TIME · The original Wind and Weather Lotion. Helps guard tender tlcin against chapping, weatheringbycold «nd wind. Stock up now --you save 50( on every bottle! EPrGTTR New Building at "IT Asked byClubwomer United Press Staff Correspond*]! MINNEAPOLIS, (U.R)--The 194 state legislature must face th united demand of 40,000 clu women for a new mechanical an aeronautical engineering buildin at the University of Minnesota Mrs. L. B. Shaffer, chairman o the legislative committee for th State Federation of Women Clubs, said the clubs will back u the demands of the university board of regents for $1,250,000 fo the building. * * * "The present building is 44 year old, and 25 years ago it was con demned as a fire hazard," Mrs Shaffer said. "It has been condemned as un safe periodically since, but no pos itive action was tafcen until th 1941 legislative session. Senate Burton .Kingsley led the figh backed by the state Women 1 club, to get a modest $750 000 fo the new building. In the pell mell of the final days of the ses sion, the movement lost by five o six votes." * * * Members of the Women's Clu Federation have devoted mud time to leading groups of citizen through the building. They hav made speeches in nearly evcrj large community' in the state they have sent out circulars b the hundred. Recently they tool photographs, which Mrs. Shaffe said, will "show the legislatur graphically just how antiquatec the structure is." Since the army is training men at the university, the situation comes under the head of nations defense, Mrs. Shaffer declared Engineering experts also wit be urgently required in the recon struction of the post-war world she added. * * ¥ The club women also wan larger appropriations for the state department of weights and mea- "Th e personnel of the department is excellently qualified' Mrs. Shaffer and the legislative committee reported, "but with thi enormous increase in duties to h fulfilled, the departmental slaf can make a state-wide check on!' once every four years." · The women of Minnesota, she said, were instrumental in 1911 in getting the weights and measures department established--the second in the nation, with New York Housing problems, she added also will receive the close study of the Minnesota Women's clubs legislative committee. .--o--SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY Wesleyan Guild-7:30, First Methodist chapel lesson, Mrs. M. B. Kober. TUESDAY Woman's club board-9:30, administration building Wa-Tan-Ye club-12, Hanford Hotel. Red Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewing; 1:15 to 4:15, 211 North Federal, surgical dressings. Milwaukee Women-1:15, clubrooms. Red Cross sewing. American Legion Auxiliary -1:30, Mrs. Tim Phalen, 121 Washington avenue northwest. Holy Family circle 5-1:30, Mrs. Eldon Flickenstein, 9321^ East State street, dessert luncheon. First Methodist W. S. C. S.-1:30, parish house, finance committee, 2:30, executive board. . A. P. M.-2. I. O. O. F. hall, card party. Matinee Musicals-Postponed to Jan. 12. W. R. C.-2:30, V. F. W. hall. Women's Catholic Foresters-6:30, Cerro Gordo hotel, reservations, 30S5 or 1119 nitjr Chapter No. 58. O. E. S.-7:30, Masonic temple, annual reports, memorial service. Bandies for Britain-7:30, 814 Foresters building. Women of the Moose-8, women's lounge, chairmen and executive committee. Phoenicians-8. Mrs. Meredith Temple, 304 Vermont avenue southeast, lesson, Miss Katherine Sheffler Moose lodge-8, Moose hall. Women's Labor auxiliary-8. Labor hall. E. T. W. club- Postponed. Business Girts' League-7:15, Y. W. C. A., party. Clio club- Postponed. Women's Orchestra-V, Music hall, rehearsal. SUI and ISC Papers Receive High Awards IOWA CITY, (/P) -Student newspapers at the University of Iowa and Iowa State college were awarded high honors in the 1942 contest sponsored by Sigma Delta Chi, national journalism fraternity. The Daily lowan of the University of Iowa and the Iowa State Daily Student were given high rating in the competition, in which judging is confined to quality of writing. --o-Three-fourths of the population of Trinidad are Hindus. Forest City Bride FOREST CITY --Miss Marjorie Hobbs, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Charles Hobbs, and Gordon Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hall, were married Thursday at the American Baptist church by the Rev. Bucford Hall of Minneapolis, brother of the bridegroom. Mrs. LeRoy Thompson, sister of the bridegroom, and Benjamin Hall of the signal corps at Des Moines were the attendants. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B M Hall for 30 guests following the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of the Forest City high school and Cedar Falls Teachers college and has taught in the Dumont schools for the past two years. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Forest City schools and is engaged in -farming. Mr and Mrs. Hall will make their home on a farm northwest of Forest City. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Smith and children, Jimmy and Susan, have 'eft for their home in Spencer after spending two weeks Christmas vacation with Mr. Smith's Brents, Mr. and Mrs. George A Smith, 819 East State street. * * * Mrs.'Hi W. Bristol of Minneapolis, formerly of Mason City has arrived for a visit at the home of Mrs. Frank Pearce, 22 Beaumont drive. * * * Mrs. Vinnie" Christensen, First street southeast, has returned home from Decatur, 111., where she spent the holidays with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen. * * * Miss Ruth Ann Laurie returned o Cedar Falls Sunday to resume her studies at Iowa State Teachers college after spending two weeks 'acation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Laurie, 1103 Pennsyl- ·ania avenue northeast * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ros R Smith and laughter, Deborah, have left for heir home in Lafayette, Ind., Her a holiday visit vith their larents at the George A. Smith iome, 819 East State street, and he O. M- Williamson home, 9 Ninth street northeast. * * ¥ Mrs. Hazel McColIough First treet northeast, spent the holi- ays with her son and dnughtcr- n-la\v, Mr. and Mrs. Max Me- Collough, in Chicago. --o-NEW BANK OPENS ZEARING, (.¥)-- The Tri-Coun- y State bank opened for business londay, the first new bank to egin operations in the state this car. The community has been erved by a branch office of the tory County State bank at tory City, which is being dis- onlinued. Yule Greens to Be Burned atY.W.C.A. The midwinter session of the classes of the Business Girls' League will open Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Y. W. C. A. with the burning of the greens party The traditional twelfth night observance deals with the selection of the king and queen who reijm over the festival. Registration for classes for the ten week period will follow the Party. Classes for the ten week period include "Front page News" a feature which will include every subject of interest to any girl from the income tax to individual activity in the war effort; nutrition, and the part each individual girl may have in il; recreation including gym, bridge, supervised games and house parties- and community projects which include co-operative participation in community projects and programs. The classes have been completely changed from the regular routine of class periods making the variation cover problems wnicn are of interest to every business girl. Any working "hi may attend and bring a guest with her. --o-Limit January Ice* Cream Output to Half ' That of Last October WASHINGTON, (^-The waj production board Monday limited January production on ice cream to =0 per cent of the amount each manufacturer made last October This represented a reduction of one-sixth from December, when each manufacturer.was permitted to make 60 per cent of his October amount. The order also applies to frozen custard, milk sherbet other frozen desserts and ice cream mix. WPB said the order "was issued at the request of the United states department of agriculture . · . to relieve further the butter shortage." KEUBEV ROLANDS RESIGNS HANLONTOWN -- Heuben Rolands, who has served as manager at the Farmers elevator for nearly two years, has resigned his position and enlisted in the navy VICKLAX 1. Easy to TAKE... Cocoa flavored VICKLAX tastes -so good children don't even realize "*y are taking a laxative Sy say U tastes Mice a "swell" chocolate drink. For better protec-- tion VICKLAX - -comes in individual, sanitary, economical, "measured dose" envelopes. Just mix with milk or water. 3. Easy-ACTIHG... VICKLAX, in recommended dosages is gentle enough for 1 year olds effective enough for 12 year old's Guaranteed by makers of famous Srrtfn Va P° R "J - u ? c VICKLAX according to directions. Buv today. Money back if not delighted. WINTER COTTONS "Golden Rule for school! Take a lesson from your "first reader," Mother, a n d clothe y o u r learned little ladies in winter-cotton school togs. They're pretty and goy . . . the kind young girls love . . . and they're so easy to tub!

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