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TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1943 Woman's Club to Hear MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Department Plans Told atSession John T. Frederick, professor of literature in the Northwestern university school of journalism, will be the speaker at the next general meeting of the Women's club Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 12, at 2:15 in the Radio chapel, it was announced by Mrs. Lloyd Roberts, program chairman, at the January board meeting Tuesday morning in the administration building. ,. The board accepted the resignation ot Mrs. Cecil Boyer, music chairman, and the appointment of Mrs. Sherman Yelland as Her successor. * Â·Â¥ * Mrs. B. A. Webster, current events chairman, reported that Bob Burlingame will speak at the January meeting and Mrs. Carleton, L. Stewart, outdoor life chairman, announced that moving pictures of garden scenes will be shown 'at the next outdoor life meeting. Mrs. L. S. Sanders, ways and means chairman, turned in S92, proceeds from the rummage sale and the silver tea, which will be used in the club's victory fund. * * * Mrs. John Senneff, national defense chairman, said that Mason Gity had provided furnishings for two day-rooms for the army camp and hospital service of the Red Cross. Announcement was made of the annual Red Cross meeting to be he^d Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium. Miss Betty Merron, Edward Reichmann Say Nuptial Vows FOREST CITY -- Miss Betty Merron, daughter of Mrs. Buena Merron of Estherville, and Lt Edward Reichmann, son of Mr and Mrs. A. J. Heichmann of Forest City, were married at the home of the bride's mother, Dec. 26, by the Rev. J. M. Kennedy, pastor ot the Estherville Presbyterian church. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, uncle and aunt of the bride. Mrs. 'Reichmann is a gradual of Estherville junior college an attended the University of Iowa where she was affiliated with Delt Gamma sorority. She is employed as secretary and bookkeeper at Northern Lumber company at Estherville. ..Lieutenant - Reichmann .. : is graduate r pf EstherviUe junior col- lege'and attended Buena Vista at Storm Lake. Prior to his enlistment last March he was employe by the Rath Packing company a Waterloo. Mrs. Reichmann will return to her position and Lieutenant Reichmann is to report at the army depot in Chicago. --o-1^ Complete Home Nursing at Otranto A class of thirteen completec the Red Cross home nursing course at Otranto, Jan. 2. Classes were held in the home economics room of the consolidated school Miss Lucille Williamson, a graduate of the Kahler school of nursing at Rochester, taught the course The class was composed of Ros Campbell, Ruth Crowl, Elna DeMaris, Lucy Dockstader, Ella Due now, Evelyn Gordon, Nanc' Hiatt, Florence Jones, Mary Nelson, Cora Pope, Celia Ramsay Ida Schlossier, Abbie Williamson Miss Williamson was presented gift of silver by the class. --o-GRADE HAS PERFECT DENTAL RECORD Mrs. Kay Stoner's first grade a Monroe school has a 100 per cen dental record- All ot the 34 chil dren in the grade have had denta care this year. BILLOW-DRAKE DECORAH --Mrs. Pauline Bil low of Decorah announces th marriage of her son, John J. Bil low of New Philadelphia, Ohio to Helen Louise Drake of Irving Pa., which took place Dec. 18 a the parsonage of St. Clements church of Navare. The Rev. Fath er Boess officiated. They wit make their home in New Phila delphia where Mr. Billow is em ployed as paymaster with th Coffeen Construction company. Puff the Trigger on Constipation, with Ease for Stomach, too When constipation brings on discom fort after meals, stomach upset, bloating duzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bai breath, yourstomach is probably "cryin: the blues" because your bowels don' move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to ptii the trigger on those lazy bowels, com bined with Sj-rup Pepsin for perfect eas to your stomach in taking. For yean many Doctors have given pepsin prcpa rations in their prescriptions to mak medicine more agreeable to a touch stomach. So be sure your laxative co tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cal wells Laxative Senna combined wii Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully th Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves an muscles in your intestines to bring we' come relief from constipation. And th good old Syrup Pepsin makes this Ian tivc so comfortable and easy on yoi stomach. Even fmic):j- children love" t! taste of this pleasant family laxative Take Dr. CaluVcll'sLaxalivcSennacom bincd with Syrup Pepsin, as directed o label or as your doctor advises, and fee world'sbettcr.GctgcnuincDr.CaldwcU's George Gitz, to Wed MISS MURIEL WOODSON Mi 1 , and Mrs. James C. Woodson of Bay Village, Cleveland, Ohio, announce the engagement of their daughter, Muriel Frances, to Dr. George Gitz:, son of Dr. and Mrs. George H. Gitz, 138 Twelfth street northwest. The announcement was made at a holiday tea given at the Woodson home for 30 guests. A white and gold color scheme was carried out in the decorations. Miss Woodson will be graduated in the spring from Iowa State college, Ames. She is a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Dr. Gitz is a graduate--of the school of veterinary medicine of Iowa State college and a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He is located in Davenport and the couple plans to be married in June. 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Price 15c or just lOc when ordered with a pattern. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 West 19th street, New York, N. Y. Installing of Officers Conducted Trinity L. D. R. met in the church parlors Monday night with Miss Hulda Holmlund as hostess, and new officers were installed. Miss Mamie Christiansen led the discussion on the topic, the first among the studies of the "Lutheran Daughter's Heritage," speaking on Augustine, a church father of the fourth century. Miss Sarah Thorson sang "Prayer Perfect" and the scripture reading and prayer was led by Miss Helen Gulbranson. The new officers were installed by the retiring president, Edna Haatveit, and include: President, Norma Hetland; vice president, Gladys Lysne; secretary, Marjorie Kellar; treasurer, Helen Gulbranson; historian and. librarian, Hulda Holmlund; pianist, Beatrice Lysne, and advisor, Mamie Christiansen. Following the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held at the church Jan. 18 with Mrs. Harold Hendrickson as hostess, --o-Mr. and Mrs. Kuhly Observe Anniversary LUVERNE -- The twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kubly was celebrated at the community hall Jan. 2 and was attended by 60 relatives and friends. The afternoon was spent informally. Mrs. Kubly is the former Emma Kraft. Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Kubly have lived their entire married life in the vicinity of Luverne until last spring when they moved to a farm near Goldfield. They have lour children, E'liel and Floyd, at home. Helen. Chicago, and Leslie, private first class, stationed in Ihc Hawaiian islands! One son, Lester, died three years ago. HISTORY CLUB PLANS MEETING History club will meet Thursday at 12:30 at the Green Mill English room for luncheon with Mrs. W. Earl Hall and Mrs. S. A. O'Brien as hostesses. Later the members will do Red Cross work Teacher Is Married in 3avenport Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hentzelman f Davenport announce the mar- iage of their daughter, Virginia lae Armstrong, who has been caching in Mason City, to Ma.\ chreiner, son of Mrs. Ann chreiner of Rock Island, which oook place Jan. 3 at the Hentzel- nan home. The Rev. Fred Rolf, pastor of le Evangelical Church of Peace, ock Island, officiated in the resence of the immediate fami- es. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haberthur f Rock Island, attended the ouple. The bride wore an afternoon rock of aqua silk jersey with ro\vn accessories and her corsage as of camellias. Mrs. Haberthur as attired in flowered silk jersey nd her corsage was Talisman oses. A wedding dinner for members f the immediate families was erved in the Pompeian room at he Hotel Blackhawk. ' The bride is a graduate oÂ£ the Davenport high school and re- eived her bachelor of arts degree rom the State University of Iowa, or the past three years she has ieen an instructor in design in he home economics department of he Mason City high school. The bridegroom is a graduate the Rock Island high school and attended Augustana College. He is employed at the Ordnance Steel oundry in Bettendorf. Following a short wedding trip, the couple vill live in Hock Island. --o-Scanlan-Wilka Vows Spoken in Virginia C R Y S T A L LAKE--Mr. and Mre. M. P. Scanlan announce the rriage of their son, Lt. Ivan Scanlan, to Rose Mary Wilka of Sioux Falls. S. Dak., which took place Dec. 19 at Petersburg, Va., .vhere he had been attending officers' school. The bridegroom was graduated trom the Crystal Lake high school Waldorf college at Forest City and Augustana college at Sioux Falls. He joined the army in September, 1941, and spent a short time in Texas, being sent from there Lo Bermuda where he remained until September, 1942, when he returned for officer's training. Lieutenant and Mrs. Scanlan are now at Fort Worth, Texas, where he is stationed. FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co Phone 2272 Jessie Maye Pierce Honored at Parries Mrs. Gunnar Overgaard, Miss Dorothy Hunchis and Miss Goldi Michalek entertained a group o friends at the Michalek farn complimenting Miss Jessie May Pierce whose approaching mar riage to Frank J. Michalek ha been announced. A miscellaneous shower wa held for the honoree. Miss Pierc was also honored at a miscellane ous shower given at her home bj Mrs. Cordell and Mrs. j-,. Pierce. Blue and white was the colo scheme and the time was spen playing games. Lunch was servei by the hostesses and Miss Pierc received a number of gifts. BITS ABOUT 'EM Ray S. Austin of Seattle, Wash has arrived for a visit at the horn of his twin brother, Roy D. Austin 723 Monroe avenue northwest. * .* * Keith Greene, 408 Fifth stree northwest, and Don Hedden route 1, Mason City, have r turned to their studies at Chi licothe Business college. Chilli cothe. Mo., after spending the ho] idays here. '* * * Mrs. Mollie Carlson, Eight street southeast, has returned fror Fort Dodge and Callender wlicr she spent the holiday season. Â¥ * * Mrs. June Kern, who has bee spending tho past month in De Moines with her daughter, Mi- Bud Samson, icturned to her hom in Mason City, Tuesday. He daughter, Mrs. Glen Wilson, an granddaughter, Sharon Kay, wh have been spending a few days " Des Moines, returned with her. * * * University of Iowa students wh have been vacationing here durin the holidays and are returning fo the reopening of classes Wednes day include Jerry Laughlin, Ja Shepard, Steve O'Brien, Do Campbell, Jean Baumgartner, Ra Kunz, Jr., Ann Casey, Shirle Forbes and Reeves Hall. MISS IRENE BAKKE WILL BE MARRIED D E C O R A H --Mr. and Mr Philip H. Bakke have announce the approaching marriage of the daughter, Irene, to Dr. William W. Hart, son of Dr. and Mr Robert S. Hart of Groton. S. Da i The wedding will take place o Jan, 16 at the Washington Prair Lutheran church. H elping the omemaker By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Citrus Fruits Victory Special Grapefruit, oranges and tanger- nes are decreed by Uncle Sam as Victory Food Specials Jan. 7-16 These fruits are delicious in appetizers, salads and desserts. They can be served "as is." which takes little preparation and conserves al the valuable vitamins and minerals. Dinner for 3 or 4 Escalloped Oysters Baked Sweet Potatoes Baked Apple Sauce Enriched Bread Butler Celery Tangarines Packaged Cookie- Tea or Milk Escalloped Oysters 2 cups rolled bread or cracke crumbs 1/3 cup butter, melted J ,2 teaspoon salt % teaspoon paprika 1 pint oysters 2/3 cup milk 2 tablespoons cream Mix together crumbs, butter anc seasonings. Sprinkle a thin laye on bottom buttered baking dish Add a layer of oysters and hal the milk and cream. Add mor crumbs and rest of oysters, the remaining milk and cream; cove with remaining crumbs. Bake 4 minutes in moderate oven. Baked Apple Sauce 3 cups sliced apples \~s cup corn syrup 3 ,4 cup sugar 3 /i cup water 3 ,i teaspoon cinnamon V4 teaspoon cloves J ,s teaspoon salt Mix ingredients and pour int buttered baking,dish. Cover an bake 30 minutes. Stir sevcra times with fork. Uncover and bak 15 minutes. To get yourself conditioned fo the meat rationing to come, sta reducing your meat purchasing pound a week (or more) if yo have four in your family. Cook dishes using meat only i part. One part meat with thrc parts cooked rice, macaroni o vegetables with a savory sauce i a stew or pot pie still gives ev dence of meat being present in th dish. SYLVIA LOW IS ENGAGED TO WED O S A G E--Announcement ha been made of the engagement an approaching marriage of Sylvi Low, daughter of Mr. and Mr Matt Low of Hollandale, Minn and Frank Plunkett, son of Mr Nellie Plunkett of New Haven. Th marriage will take place durin January. MRS. JARED 7VESSET HONORED AT SHOWER FOREST CITY -- F r i e n d s an relatives honored Mrs. Jared Ne: set, Jr., at a post-nuptial shov at the Methodisl church parl_ Saturday. A program was pre sentcd and lunch was served. Modes of the Moment ETERNAL TRIANGLE: This young man about town is torn between the charms of Betty in pale blue moussehne party dress with lace inserts, and her twin Letty in pale pink with taffeta trim. He is a junior fashion plate in blue flannels. Begin Study Clubs Work/ of New Year Occident club held its first meeting of the new year Monday afternoon with a luncheon at the lome of Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, 318 Carolina avenue southeast, and assisting hostesses were Mrs. H. S. 3eemer, Mrs. R. E. Nyquist, Mrs. J. L. Pauley and Mrs. T. A. Burke. The program included a review of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough, given by Mrs. M. Bergland, and harp seiec- ':ions by Mrs. Cecil Boyer. Child Study club began its new year at the home of Mrs. James R. Shaffer. 407 Delaware avenue northeast. Mrs. W. C. Evans iiad devotions on "Beginning Again" and Mrs. Lester Milligan, a guest, reviewed "No Place Like Home" by James Lee Ellenwood. At the T. A. E. club meeting at :he home of Mrs. C. Roy Potter, 1019 Jefferson avenue northwes^ a current events discussion was conducted by Mrs. H. H. Jennings, Mrs. Bert Thomas and Mrs. R. W. Fischbeck. Maria Mitchell club began its ;tudy of Shakespeake's "Henry the Fourth" (part two) at its first meeting of the year Monday at Ihe home of Mrs. S. L. Haynes, 1023 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, and Mrs. A. E. Cox had the lesson, reading from the first three acts. North Iowa Couple Weds in California JOICE--Word has been receivec of the marriage of Miss 'Lorenc Slattum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Melvin Slattum oÂ£ Joice. and Willis E. Jones of Ventura Dec. ID at a wedding manor in Los Angeles. A Presbyterian minister officiated and the only attendant was Mary Jo Jones, a sister of the bridegroom, who is a resident o Los Angeles. Mr. Jones was employed at the Nortlirup Aircraf factory until September when he enlisted in the U. S. army signa corps. --o-- 25th Anniversary Marked by Couple A community gathering was held at the ptranlo church parlors Jan. 3, in honor of Mr. and Mrs Roy Williamson's twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. About 50 friends and neighbors attended a picnic dinner and a purse of silvei was presented to the couple by the Rev. Mr. Belling. Mr. and Mrs Williamson were married at Waterloo, Dec. 31. 1917. They have two children: Lucille, a gradual! of the Kahler schooliof nursing a Rochester, is studying p u b 1 i i health nursing at the University o Minnesota; and Kenneth, a private at Camp Davis, N. Car., who was unable to be present. --o-CONTRACT CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Contract club ot the U. C. T auxiliary was entertained at o'clock luncheon Monday at th home of Mrs. A. L. Schmidt, 40 Ninth street southeast. Prices i contract were won by Mrs. Tim Phalcn and Mrs. Fred Wilts. SOCIAL CALENDAR * * TUESDAY Vcmen's Catholic Foresters--Â· 6:30, Cerro Gordo hotel, reservations, 3055 or 1119. iVomen's Orchestra-7, Music hall, rehearsal. Business Girls' Lcaeue--- 7:15 Y. W. C. A., party. ilio club- Postponed. Unity Chapter No. 58, O. E. S.-7:30, Masonic temple, annual reports, memorial service. Bundles for Britain-7:30, 814 Foresters building. Women of the Moose-8, Women's lounge, chiarmen 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. WEDNESDAY Bridge club-1, Mrs. HuÂ«h Shepard, 115 Tenth street northwest. Wednesday Contract club-1. Hotel Hanford, Mrs. Tim Phalen, hostess. D. A. R.-- t 1, Mrs. H. L. Wright, 321 Fourteenth street northwest, Mmes. H. E. Swarner, F. G. Carlson, Etta Storer. Fred Heddens and Miss Dorothy Ransom, program Mrs. H. E. Winter, board meeting preceding regular meeting. Ked Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30. Lincoln school, sewing, sewing for Wilson district at E H. Wagner home. 49 Beaumonl drive. 1:15 to 4:15, RooseveH school. 7 to 9, 211 North Fedcra: avenue, surgical dressings. P. E. O. chapter GN-1:15, Y. W. C. A.. Mmes. A. M Ikenberry, J. H. Marston, L. S Thompson, V. A. Hansen, hostesses; Mrs. A. O. Scott, lesson. SIcKinley P. T. A. board-1:30, school. Our Saviour's Ladies aid-2, church, Mrs. H. F. Schwanke hostess. Central Lutheran northeast group 2:30, Mrs. O. H. Crelk. 730 Carolina avenue northeast. St. James Ladies aid-2:30. Mrs. Harry Kinncy, Mrs Rajimod Kcister. Social Hoar dob-- Postponed to Jan. 13. E. O. chapter DZ-- 2:30, Adams home, 680 East Statt street, Mrs. F. B. Hathawaj Mrs. Ralph Smiley, hostesses Mrs. R. E. Romey, lesson. U. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30, V. F. W. hall. A. A. U. W. book review-7:30, Hotel Hanford, reviews b Miss Frances Stevens, Mrs. S. L Rugland. Holy Family circle-7:30. Mrs. Leo T. Danegy, 22 First street northwest, Mr William Rumelfanger assisting. Jegree of Honor-8, Moose hall. Ilolsum Bridge club-7:15, Jefferson amber room, Mrs Richard Birkbeck. S. and O. circle-2, Mrs. Howard Lien, 13 Yor avenue northeast. Coterie club-1, Mrs. John Balfanz, 11 Rive Heights. Loyal 10 club-1:45, Mrs. A. B. Hale, 121 Washington avenue southwest. P E R M A N E N T SPECIALS Self Setting Vegetable Oil Wave $2.50 Complete Written gaar. with every Reconditioning Oil Wore Any. Style $3 $3.50 $4 $5 Women Need Courage to Face Voters By MARJORIE HOAGLAND U. P. Staff Correspondent MINNEAPOLIS. U.fi -- Mabeth [urd Paige, Minnesota's only oman legislator, went into the 943 session Tuesday "profound- convinced that women should o into governmental service in reat numbers--and deeply dis- ppointed that they have not done o." Mabeth Paige--in private life Irs. James Paige.--speaks with he authority of 20 years con- nuous service in the legislature, bhe feels her long service-record roves that women can make a. eal contribution in government. * * * "I had hoped, when I entered he legislature in 1923, that by 943 no less than 10 per cent'of fie legislators would be women-'et I still am the only one.'l said Mrs. Paige. "They cannot exert much in- luence over state and national affairs unless they have the elementary courage to face the bal- ot-box periodically--it's merely part of it." * * * Mrs. Paige, a tall woman whose dark hair is only slightly touched with gray, was graduated from the Jnivcrsity of Minnesota college of aw, and was admitted to practice aw at once. She has been especially active in social welfare and civic organizations. Mabeth Paige Hall, a Woman's Christian association women's residence, was named in her honor when built 14 years ago. The Hall houses 176 girls--most ol them business girls and students. "I continue to be concerned with social welfare and civic projects --my course in the 1943 legisla- :ure will, as always, be determined by my primary convictions along these lines," Mrs. Paige said. She added, however, that she has no special "axe to grind." Margaret Hofsommer Weds Raymond Reif DOWS--Margaret Lucile Hofsommer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hofsommer of Dows, was married to Raymond Harry Reit of Chicago Heights, 111., forrnerry of Clarion, in the parsonage of the*. Rev. Bruce Mathews; pastor of the Christian church at Clarion. They were attended by the bride's parents, Mr. . and Mrs. Charles Hofsommer. After the ceremony a lunch was served at the home of the Bridegroom's sister, Mrs. R. C. Cox, and the wedding supper was held at the home of another sister, Mrs. A. G. Bohy, also of Clarion. She is a graduate of the Rowan high school and the past four months had been employed in Chicago Heights. CLEMENCE-PAULSON C R Y S T A L LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Leo Paulson announce the marriage of their daughter, Nodia, to Arthur B. CJemence of Iowa City at Iowa City Dec. 19. Mrs. Clemence, who is a senior at the university, where she is majoring in commerce, plans to complete her college work. Mr. Clemence is an auditor. ROCKSVOLD-ARNESS D E C O R A H -- Miss Eunic Arness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Arness of Decorah, and Durvin Rocksvold, son of Peter A. Rocksvold of G l e n w o o d township, were married New Year's day at the Glenwood Lutheran church by the Rev. Alfred Bregesin. IS YOUR CHUb A te * lien of bowtl mnul And these roundworzfl can ?au.iÂ» re*] troobief Other wiminga are: uneur etoraacb. nervousness, itcbing parts. If you even suspect roundworms, Ket Jayne'a Vemrifuse today I JAYNE'S is America's teadinjr proprietary worm mcdictnc : used by millions for over a century. Arts centlr. yet drives out roundworms. Demand JAYNE'S VERMIFUGE. 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