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6 Friday, Feb. 18, 1941 MASON crrv GLOBE-GAZETTE P-38 Film Has Surprise for Cadet Army life has its lighter and brighter moments, even for the hard working air cadets. It has 51s surprises, too--such as the one Cadet Lafe Stueland, son of Mrs. Marie Stueland, received the other, day at Williams Field, Chandler, Ariz., when he saw another Mason Cityan, Betty Chapman Cadwell, in a technicol- or film at the field. The film was designed to show the P-38 and its flight characteristics, but its introductory matter consisted of a shot of Mrs. Cad- weH, in a bathing suit, standing beside a swimming pool. Action showed her diving in, swimming back toward the camera, stopping, Â· smiling and winking. Then the voice ot the instructor says, "Okay, fellows, let's get down to business." Cadet Stueland described this experience in a recent letter to his mother and commented favorably on Mrs. Cadwell's appearance and performances. Not so long ago, the 2 were in the cast of a Mason City Little Theater play, "George Washington Slept Here." Since then, Mrs. Cadwell has been working in Hollywood as a model and in film shorts such as the one Cadet Stueland saw. She is visiting her mother, Mrs. Leon Coggins, 312 . 14th N. W., planning to return to Hollywood soon. Cadet Stueland has recently gone to Williams field where he is receiving P-38 training, and in his letter writes enthusiastically about the surroundings and life there. Wesley Methodist Circle Has Meeting Circle D of'the Wesley Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. John Rusman, 420 9th N. E., Thursday, with Mrs. Ida Classen giving devotions and Mrs. Larry Polsom leading the discussion of the 2nd chapter of "Suffering and Punishment" by Mary Bardeleben. Mrs. Vern Rutledge was appointed to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Mrs. Vern , Smesriide. Each member brought a gift for a soldier and a box was packed for a member of the armed forces. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting at -a table spread with a linen cloth from Holland, depicting scenes from the Bible. The centerpiece was a cinneraria plant. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Smesrude. Â·--o--- CrKCLE 8 HOLDS 3HEKTING AT POPPS Holy Family circle 8 met Thursday for a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ed Popp, 816 9th N. E., with Mrs. Rudolph Popp and Mrs. Lawrence Behm as assisting hostesses. Mrs. William Parks was elected president, Mrs. Jacob Kubish, treasurer, and Mrs. played, prizes going to Mrs. Wal- next meeting will be with Mrs. "W. J. Quirrn, 808 10th N. E. 2044J SIZES/ 12-4.61 The slender lines of this flattering jumper are especially designed to give you that lovely, long-limbed look. Add its matching jacket, and this versatile fashion cleverly doubles as a suit. . No, 2044 in size 36 requires 2% yards 39 inch fabric for jumper; 1% yard 39 inch fabric for blouse, 2Vt yards 39 inch fabric for jacket. 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Johannson and Mrs. Thor Jen- Refreshments were served, pa--, , -Â·Â·- *.Â»Â»,,. triotic decorations being used on Benm secretary. Court whist was the table. Mrs. Smith Mrs D T l l a t m H Â·nY-I-rj^r. rtr^Z-^rr *_ TIJT -Â»TT 1 T^. -- _ _ Â·-"""* i f J.lAi.0* U Dye, Mrs. W. Plath and Mrs. H o -.u--J*VÂ» ,, ; _ '-'J^i "Hi. \v. jt-iaui ana mrs. u.. Smith and Mrs. Kubish. The Elliott were hostesses. The next will be April 20 at the meeting school. When Constipation Upsets Your Child Here's Quick, Easy Relief WIHEN your child is cranky, " irritable, listless or sluggish because of simple constipation, don't delay. For quick, easy relief give him Vicklax, the wonderful 'new laxative made , just for children aged 1 to 12 perfected and recommended by your old friends, the Makers of Vicks VapoRub. See how willingly your child takes Vicklax . . . it tastes so good he won't even realize he's struggle. Use as directed. The Vicfclax measured-dose envelope helps avoid harmful overdosing. No painful griping--no weakening after - effects. And notice how quickly but gently Vicklax clears the child's bowels . . . helps him regain his pep. But don't delay, irrpy! . v m o t h e r ! G e t VllMAA Vicklax at any r.njranlrtd by drur store today! Vick?vÂ«5i.i 0 b Roosevelt 3rd Grades on Program Roosevelt Elementary P. T. A. observed Founder's day at its meeting Thursday at the school, Mrs. Larry Folsom, the president, in charge of the session. Mrs. M. Evans, program chairman, presented the 3rd graders oÂ£ Miss Erna Stoltenberg and Miss Estelle Ludeking, who sang 4 songs and staged a play, "Americans Are We." The members joined the children in giving the flag pledge. Mrs. Evans read a poem "A Builder," Mrs. H. Shipman, the Parent-Teacher prayer, and Mrs. J. Dalgetty, the national president's message. Community singing was accompanied by Mrs. Fred Wagner and a motion picture, "Land of Liberty," followed. Mrs. Art O'Green was appointed safely chairman, Mrs. John Hrubetz, round-up chairman, and H. Hines, auditor. The Parent Education group meeting was announced for Monday evening at 7:45 with the Madison members as guests. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening with Mmes. H. Percy, H. Allen, L. Constable, Dalgetty, A. Robertson,' A. Harrison, W. Wilson, M. Weber and J. Bailey on the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Shipman and Mr. and Mrs. Evans were on the hospitality committee. --o-Marie Fisher Bride of Pvt. Wesley Lawrie Ackley--Mrs. Karl Goettel has returned from Des Moines where she attended the wedding of her sister, Miss Marie Fisher, registered nurse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fisher, Waterloo, and Pvt. Welsey Lawrie of Lake Andes, S. Dak., Feb. 14, in the Westminster Presbyterian church, the Rev. Mr. Orr officiating. They were attended by Mrs Karl Goettel and Sgt. William Miglaut. The couple left for South Dakota to spend a few days with his parents before Private Lawrie returns to his camp in North Carolina. Mrs. Lawrie will continue her work in the Mercy hospital where since her graduation 3 years ago, she has been employed. Before entering the hospital for nurses training, she was office girl at Ackley for Dr. F. W. Howlihan, who now is in service overseas. Geraldine A. Schoon Weds Tasker Johnson Bancroft--Miss Geraldine A. WEDS OSAGE MAN -- Miss Phoebe Gale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund W. Gale Los Angeles, Cal., and Lt. Robert J. Eiel, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Eiel of Osage, were married at Del Rio, Texas, Thursday evening. Present for the occasion were Dr. and Mrs. John Eiel of Osage. Dr. Eiel left Tuesday by plane (o be there. They plan to return on Monday. The bride is a graduate of Marlborough and Finch junior college, New York. The bridegroom was graduated from the University of Iowa, and is now a member of the USAAF, as a pilot. Guests Are Entertained by Chapter Mrs. Marie Christiansen of Des Moines, pilgrim honor degree and graduate grand regent of the Women of the Moose, was honored at a dinner at the Cerro Gordo hotel Thursday evening, preceding a meeting of the organization at Moose hall. Mrs. Vern Mott, master of ceremonies, introduced Mrs. Christiansen, and the guests from Waterloo. After assembly singing, Mrs. Leona Schrader, .Waterloo senior regent, gave a short talk. A trio sang 3 selections and Mrs. Margaret Hayek, Mason City regent spoke on behalf of the Mason City /chapter and the guests. Corsages were presented to the officers, senior regents and college of regents by Mrs. Leona Miller. At Moose hall, after a short business session, Mrs. Mae Groth and Mrs. Homer Schreckengost guides introduced Mrs. Christiansen, Mrs! Tom Schollian, associate regent of the college of regents, Mrs. L. G. Bird and Mrs. Vern Mott, mem- became the bride of Aviation Cadet L. Tasker Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson of Bancroft, at the post chapel, Pen-in Field, Sherman, Texas, Feb. 5, the Rev. A. E. Conrad, post chaplain, officiating. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meeks, Dennison, e attended Dubuque Texas. The brid university and A. I. B. irT^Des Moines. She is a member of the Alpha Iota international honorary sorority. The bridegroom was a junior at Iowa State college where he entered the service. He is a member of the Delta Chi social fraternity. He is now taking advanced flying training at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas, and will receive hsi commission and wings in April. ST. GERTRUDE'S CIRCLE MEETS , , . , . . st - Gertrude's circle m e t Thurs* taking a laxative -- no fuss or day at the home of Mrs E E StTUgfflP. TTcp nc HTi-drttii^l Â«TUÂ«. VT~.-nrr rmÂ» t STI.L f, -rt . Klang, 702 loth S. E., and new officers were elected including Mr ?V S an President, and Mrs. R. -Hubbard, secretary. Plans were discussed for serving refreshments to servicemen at the Milwaukee station. It was decided to meet at 8 o'clock on the 2nd Monday evening of the month. Cards were Jlayed with prizes going to Mmes. W. Gundlach, H. Murray and W. r a n e y erved. . . Refreshments were Please return empty Coca-Cola bottles to your dealer. TMÂ«I * tr**TM?- r 3 " "' y Â°" T dM!er n " d$ emply -Â°"-Â«-Â°ia "onies. lherÂ« ere pletrty of Coca-Colo bottles IF they are kept moving. Won't you please return empty Coca-Cola bottles to your dealer at once for your deport or, better Â«ffll, tor credit on full bottlej of delicious Coca-Cola. Â· OTTIED UMDEH AUTHORITY OF THl COCA-COIA COMPANY Â»Y so. FED. MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO PHONE - * 1800 The chapter assisted s s s e with the opening ceremonies and the endowment fund march. New members were given the obligation in honor of Mrs. Christiansen. The membership chairman, Mrs. Viola Hodenfield, presented gifts to Mrs. Louis Miller who wrote the most new members and to Mrs. B. Nassen, Mrs. Freda Arndt and Mrs. George Plopper who' were tied. The ritual chairman, Mrs Masson, presented a surprise 'fancy drill. Sidney Stott played a piano solo. Mrs. Christiansen talked on Moosehaven and Mooseheart and L. G. Bird of the Loyal Order of the Moose, addressed the group. Mrs. Schrader thanked the Mason Cityans for the Waterloo chapter. Announcement was made of a party to be held by the college of regents chairman, Mrs. Tom Schollian, Monday at 8 o'clock at Moose hall. Reports of chairmen will be due March 2. Mrs. Waneta Wessels Wed to Heiko Brass Goodell -- Mrs. Wancta Wessels and Heiko Brass were married Feb. 14 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jost in Klemme by the Rev. Calvin Groshiech, pastor of the Reformed church. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Jost. Phyllis Kirkwood sang accompanied by Eloise Etchen. Mrs. Jost served a dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Brass will be at home on the Brass farm. BITS ABOUT 'EM -- -- v Miss Ruth Cook arrived Friday from St. Paul where she is a student at the College of St. Catherine to spend the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J Cook, 9 Taylor S. W. Mrs. C. S. Numan oÂ£ Washin 1 'ton, D/ C., and Mrs. Pierce Sibert of San Antonio arc visiting at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Davisson 924 Delaware N. E. Miss Betty Jane Lapiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nate Lapiner 40 River .Heights, will play the role of Ginger in the comedy, "Antic Spring," being presented by Delta Theta Ku, freshman society, at MacMurray college, Jack. sonville, 111., where she is a student. Mrs. Horace Hamilton of Rockford, ill,, has arrived for a visit with her mother, Mrs. G. S Avery 30',i 2nd N. E. BAXCROFT COUPLE WILL BE MARRIED Bancroft-- The banns of matrimony have been published for the 1st time at St. John's Catholic church between Edith Johnson and Frank Neuman. -- o -The total slaughter of calves and cattle in 1943 exceeded the total for the preceding year by a million head. \ Featured at P. T. A. Meeting ' * * __. . Â· TM Jefferson's Speaker Is Mrs. Wolf Founder's day was observed by the Jefferson P, T. A. at its meeting Thursday afternoon at the school with Mrs. Russell Weaver, president, in charge of the session which opened with the flag pledge led by Hary Jordan and Bonnie Adelsman, 5th grade, and the national anthem, accompanied by Miss Irene Swedlund. Musical numbers were provided by Sidney Stott, accompanied by Bob Weed, playing a trombone solo, "Premier," and Charles Kirsch, accompanied by Mr. Stott, playing a cornet solo, "Sounds From the Hudson." Mrs. Merideth -Temple introduced Mrs. Louis Wolf who spoke on "P. T. A. Keeps Faith With America," commenting on the vision which Mrs. Emma Birney had in founding the Parent- Teacher organization on Feb 17 1897. Mrs. Wolf said that it is the mother's responsibility to build up the coming generation, preparing young people for a broad life. "The actions of the children are mirrors of home life," she said. "The things a child sees and hears m the home, he will exemplify outside of the home." Mrs. Wolf also spoke of the responsibility of school and church in preparing the child for the world. Mrs. W. A. Carter gave the history of the P. T. A. and Mrs. Weaver read "Readjusting Standards in the P. T. A." During the business session, it was voted to contribute $2 to the Red Cross camp and hospital committee and $5 to the new Red Cross drive. Mrs. Temple announced the next meeting to be held the evening of March 16 and Mrs. T. Buechle reported the 4th grade as attendance winners. Mrs. E. J. Sprengeler announced the next Parent Education meeting for March 14 at the home of Mrs. George Senn. The new safety program was outlined by Mrs. Robert Glazer and Mmes. W. A Carter Glazer, W. H. Rees and Earl Ehlers appointed to represent Jefferson. Mrs. Verne Mettler gave the total sale of war stamps to the children since Sept. 29 at S836.80. Mrs. C. Gasswint gave the junior Red Cross report. Mrs. W. E. Lewis read the president's message. On the social committee were Mmes. Sprengeler, chairman, Harold Palmer, Mervin Battleson Leonard Tosel, O. E. Schafer. O. Baldwin, John Julson and Miss Carol Starr. Ole A. lohannesens Mark Anniversary Bancroft--Mr. and Mrs. Ole A. Johannesen, farmers living west of Bancroft, observed their 52nd wedding anniversary Feb. 14. In honor of the occasion their sons and daughters with their families, came and spent Sunday afternoon with them. Mr. and Mrs. Johannesen, who have lived on the same farm all of their married life, held a closing out sale in December. They will continue to live on the farm and their sons, John and Lawrence will do the farming. --o-ATHENIAN CLUB MEETS AT LUNCHEON Athenian club had a social meeting Thursday, a 1 o'clock luncheon being served at the Milwaukee Women's clubrooms. Patriotic decorations were used : The flag pledge was given and' God Bless America" sung with Mrs. H. G. Weber as leader and Mrs. R. E. Sizer accompanist. Mrs. S. C. Deyoe presided during a short business session which was followed by bridge with prizes going to the winners Hostesses were Mrs. Theodore Jacobs, Mrs. Sizer, Mrs T L Connor. Mrs. A. R. West. Mrs' i. E. Fleming, Mrs. W B McGrane and Mrs. W. B. Casey. A, U. S. W. V.7JIRCLE CONDUCTS SESSION A. U. S. W. V. circle met at the ^ - - - , 4 5th ]Si. E., and during the business session, it was voted to contribute to the Red Cross camp and hospital fund. Mrs. Elsie Bistline gave a reading about the battleship, Maine, and Mrs. Ella Maddy a reading on Lincoln. Lorraine Berneman sang, accompanied by Mrs. Etta Fowler. Refreshments were served. Specializing in Acute and Chronic Disease Dr. A. V. Fankhauser, D. C. S. O. T. Technician Phone 854 for Apppointmcnls 22 3rd St. N. \V. PLANS WEDDING -- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Valeske of Charles City announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Beverly Ann, to Jerald E. Copper, son oÂ£ Mrs. Catherine Copper, Charles City. The wedding svill take place Tuesday. (Russell Photo.) Marion Olson Will Address Department Marion Olson, Cerro Gordo county extension director, will be the speaker at the meeting of the Woman's club American home department Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock in the library assembly. Mr. Olson who will talk on "Looking Ahead in Adult Education," took graduate work in adult education at the University of Chicago, studying under Dr. Floyd W. Reeves who \vas active in adult education in the Tennessee valley. He was recently paid a tribute on his completion oÂ£ 20 years service in Cerro Gordo county when 275 rural and city residents gathered for a banquet in his honor. Mr. Olson has been especially active in carrying on an adult education program in the county through the adult education forums which have been sponsored here. 550 Attend Monroe Jr. High P. T. A. About 550 attended the meetin" of the Monroe Junior High P. T. A. Thursday evening, a program being presented following a short business session. The pupils presented the program with Joe Hanes acting as master of ceremonies Opening number was "Oh What a Beautiful Morning," sung by a group of students, followed by a waltz chorus. A comedy skit was staged and the campfire band played Turkey in the Straw," "I Like Mountain Music," "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" and "Tavern in the Town." "The Surrey With the Fringe on Top" was given by 5 students, followed by a piano solo, "Prelude in C Sharp Minor" by Rachmaninoff, played by Rosalyn Wolf. A comedy team presented an act and the chorus sang "Victory Polka." "Merry Widow Waltz," "My Cross-eyed Gal" and "I Want A Buddy," were numbers played by a guitar duo. Pat Dean played a piano interlude. "Too Young or Too Old" was sung by-a group and Don Bartusek played a group of accordion solos, "Beer Barrel Polka," "St. Paul Waltz" and "Over the Waves." Lois Laughlin performed a group oÂ£ tap dance numbers including a marimba dance and the program was concluded with "Paper Doll" by a dance chorus. After the performance, the cast presented a corsage to Miss Cleo Kurd and a gift to Dave C. Tripp. Refreshments were served by a committee including Messrs, and Mmes. Raleigh Birch, A. T. Ambroson, Johnnie Hermanson, N E Straw, Ted Veeder and Walter Bender. HOLY FAMILY CIRCLE MEETS AT JOHNSONS Holy Family circle 11 met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Howard Johnson, 420 Harrison N.-W. After the business session, refreshments were served. A prize was awarded to Autiiia Di Marco. Thernext meeting will be March 16. with Mrs. Alfred Mataloni, 821 Harrison, N. W + SOCIAL + CALENDAR FRIDAY City Progressive club-6:30, C. B. Letts, 247 14th S. E. Navy mothers-7:30, Service Men's club, card party. Trinity Garfleld circle-- . 7:30, Mrs. H. F. Johnson, 322 11 3rd N. E. Mason City Saddle club 7:30, Nichols Farm Equipment . company. Progressive club-8, Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Kellogg. Queen Rebekah lodge-8, I. O. O. F. hall. B. A. R. E. auxiliary-8, Moose hall. SATURDAY Our Saviour's Sunbeam Workers Â· , 2, church. V D. A. R-- ' 2:30, Adams home, 680 Ea: State. --o-R. N. A. HEALTH CLUB ENTERTAINED .R. N. A. Health club met at I Moose hall Thursday afternoon?, with Mrs. Ida Johannsen presid- * ing. Cards were played, bridge" prizes going'to Mrs. B. Bull and'i Mrs. H. L. Leake, 500 with prizes * to Mrs. C. A. Budworth and Mrs.; F. M. Angel], and traveling prize Â·"Â·- to Mrs. G. W. Smith. Mrs W. H. i Arnold and Mrs. Bert Meeker ,* , were in charge. The next m e e t - ' I ing will be March 2 with Mrs. 'r Ella Kabrick in charge. Miseries Â·fSiieiy, 1 ^ SHIFFlYlCOLDS Put 3-wuvoM Va-tro-nol up each nostril, it (I) shrinks swollen membranss, (2) soothes irritation, (3) helps dear cold- .Â»,-._Â» clogged nose. Follow YICKS directions uÂ» Â«m^ m*m*m in folder. VA'fMMIOL CLEAN-UP of WINTER COATS With plenty of winter ohead you can't afford to put off buying that coat now, x OUTSTANDING VALUES! Â· All Wool Â· All Colors Â· All Sizes Â· Priced for quick selling An exceptional group of luxuriously furred coats, styled by the country's leading manufacturers of high quality coats. All wool and fully interlined. $45Â°Â° UinJ Formerly $65.00 and better / "SEE YOU TOMORROW" .