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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 10, 1945
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NEWS boldHeld Teacher Married to Soldier f Goldfield--Miss Roberta Procter i became the bride of Pic. Harrold { Bygness of Goldfield, Jan. 5. The 1 Hev. Mr. Goodreck, pastor o£ the 'jyFirst Methodist church, read the '/ single ring service at the home of l ; the bride's parents, Mr: and Mrs. I (Robert C. Procter of Alpha. Nup- ' ,'tial music was played by Mrs. Lois I Meyers. Mrs. Florence Paul of 1 Fredericksburg, a cousin of the j bride, was matron of honor, and \ Clayton Paul was best man. £\ After the ceremony dinner was ih,served by Mrs. Meyers and Miss JjlLewellyn Richards. jjuj The bride was graduated from jij^lhe Alpha high school and received father degree from Upper Iowa uni- f /versify. She has taught home eco- t' I noroics and commercial subjects in ' the Goldfield high school the past 3 years and will continue her work lere. The bridegroom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bygness and is a graduate of the Goldfield high school. He was inducted' into the armed forces in October, 1942, and only recently returned from 21 months on Attu Island. He will report to Fort Riley, Kans., on January 19. --o-PORTLAND LIVELY LASSIES MEET Portland Lively Lassies 4-H met at the home of Helen and Joan Hughes and the hostesses gave a demonstration on the making of all bran rolls. Helen talked about yeast and gluten in bread and Joan on the ecmiment for bread making and storage of bread. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be Feb. 3 at the home of Joan Behne. DO-A-LOT' CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Do-A-Lot club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Everett Richardson, 2004 Pennsylvania S. .E., when plans were made for the coming year's work. A gift was presented to Mrs. Glen Wallace and a box sent to Dennis L. Odegaard, S-l-C, -at San Francisco. Mrs. Herbert Shipman was a guest. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be Jan. 16 with Mrs. Ernm'a Schepp, 1104 South Federal. --o--, MADISON DIVISION CONDUCTS MEETING Madison division of the United Service Women met at Our Saviour's Lutheran church Tuesday with 10 members and' 3 guests present. The division completed 14 pairs of slippers, tied a lap robe and cut blocks for a quilt. Lunch was served by Mrs. 'Joe Factor and Mrs. Mary McCaulley The next meeting will be Jan. 2! svith Mrs. George Gettman and Mrs. Oliver Torkelson as hostesses. ST. DOROTHY'S CIRCLE MEETS St. Dorothy's circle met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. William Jansen, 639 6th S. \V., with Mrs. John Ketchum as assisting hostess. There were 10 members present and a social hour followed the business meeting. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Feb. 6 at the home of Mrs. W. R. Swanson, fl09 Maryland S. E., with Mrs. Te4 Cordle assisting. PEARL HARBOR CRUCIFIX Dutmque, Iowa, (U.R)--A crucifix, made from material of the battleship Oklahoma, sunk Dee. 7, 1941, at Pearl Harbor, has been presett- ed to the Catholiq Archdiocese of Dubuque in honor of Lt. Aloysius Schmitt, former Dubuque priesl and navy chaplain, who lost his life during the Japanese attack. The gift, its cross made from teakwood from the deck and the figure of Christ from the ship's metal parts, was presented to the archdiocese by the navy department. ForK.P. ft W WHILE THEY LAST!! VALUES YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THURSDAY 9 A. M. NO PHONE CALLS OR LAY,AWAYS Ladies' WINTER COATS All Reduced PRICED TOGO Housekeeper's Delight Pence* Sheets 81"x99" 1.53 81x108 -- S1.69 Sturdily woven, long wearing snow-white sheets that are al-. ways a wonderful investment' Men's OVERCOATS Men's Cunanacs. x Blues and Browns. 22.50 New DRESSES Gay colors, new styles,-Jersies, crepes, rayons and wool. Many to choose from. 7.90-9.90 New LUGGAGE Fiber Cases. Reinforced with metal. Hint for Home Sewers I , PRINTS Bright attractive prints. Easy to cut and make. Hints for - home dress makers. 19c to 39c yd. Super-Soft, Worm! All-Wool Blankets 9.90 2.98 As Pretty as a Picture Chenille SPREADS Beautiful colors and patterns. Chenilles that enrich your bedroom. 18.50 For Skirts and Suits WOOLENS Plaid woolens. Ideal for suits and skirts. 54 in. wide. Now 249 yd. Men's SPORT SHIRTS Gay Colors. Plaids and Checks. Now Wonderful shades with matching rayon satin bindings. Guaranteed against moth damage for five years'. 72" x 84". All Purpose SHIRTS White Ribbed ghirts. Ideal for the man in service. All Sizes . . . . . . . Boys' Also GARTER BELTS ELASTIC GARTERS 79c - 98c RAYON GOWNS Daintily trimmed rayon gowns. Blue and Peach. 3.98 DRAPERY MATERIALS Rich colors. Floral designs. A wide selection to choose from. OOc yd. RAYON JERSEYS Floral Prints, Stripes and Plaids. Gay Colors. Easy to make. 1.49 yd. Boys' SWEATERS Slipover sweaters. Round neck. Tan, Teal, Blue, Brown. All Wool. 3.98 Boys' DRESS PANTS Tailored Trousers for boys. Browns, B l u e s , Gabardines. Cotton twill. Some part wools. 1.98-3.98 49c 49c Gay Colored, Attractive TABLE OILCLOTH 35c yd. Treat your kitchen table to a fresh new cover, easily wiped clean. MEN'S GARTERS Elastic .......... 49C BIB Boys' OVERALLS Blue Denim -- Sanforized. All Sizes -- 6 - 16 Heavy Duty Men's WORK SOX 1.17 1.98 Ladies 7 Full-Fashion HOSE Sheer 'Rayons MIRRORS Plated Glass Miirori, i Wooden Stand l Boys' COVERT PANTS Boys' Grey Covert Pants. Washable. Now 1.39 Boys' COTTON JIMMIES Washable Jimmies for the little folks. All colors and sizes. 1.19 Men's FELT HATS New shipment of Hats -- All colors and latest styles 3.98-4.98 White SHEET BLANKETS 70 x 95 -- White Practical and Durable. 139 FLORAL PRINT Lovely FJoral Designs. Cotton, Rayori and Wool. 49c yd. Federal Tax Included REDUCED PURSES Attractive styles and colors. Talon fasteners, snaps and laced styles. 5.00 Men's WORK GLOVES Gauntlets 34c Chore Mitts 25c Canvas Gloves 19c Canvas Gloves ·, 21 c Men's WORK SHOES Sturdy Durable Shoes--Leather Soles and Cord Heels. 3.79 D E P E N D ON P E N N E Y ' S 3731 Women are doing their utmost to make K. P. a cheerful looking job. They're choosing aprons that are young and guy in spirit, requiring little fabric. No. 3U05 is cut in one size, requiring one yard 35 inch fabric. Applique included. No. 3731 is cut in one size, re- uiring one yard 35 inch fabric ith 5 yards ric rac; applique in- uded. Send 16c for each Pattern, hich includes complete sewing uidc. Print your Name, Address nd Style Number plainly, Be ure to state size you wish. In- ude postal unit or zone number i your address. The Winter Fashion Book, con- lining 175 pattern designs of mart clothes for all ages, all sizes nd all occasions, is beautifully lustrated in full color. Price 15c copy. Address Pattern Department, he Mason Citv Globe-Gazette 11 W.' 10th St., New York 11, + SOCIAL + CALENDAR WEDNESDAY irsl Christian church-0:30, church. Bethlehem Willing Workers-Mrs. Ed Fickcn. [yal 10 club-7:30, Mrs. L. H. Green, 408 5th N. W. Vomen of the Moose-7:30, Moose hall. . '. F. W. auxiliary-7:30, V. F. W. home, adies Anchor Encampment auxiliary-8, I. O. O. F. hall. THURSDAY Thursday Bridge clu.b-- 1, Mrs. Hugh Shepard, 115 10th N. W. listory club-1, Mrs. J. W. Irons, 121 4th N. W. Vcwcomers club-1:15, Y. W. C. A. Inergetic class-Congregational church. Our Saviour's Rebecca circle-1:30, church. Trinity Roosevelt circle-2, Mrs. P. O. Dahl, 1411 Delaware S. E. Grace Evangelical W. M. S.-2, Mrs. B. Bursraff, 15!) 14th N. W. Lincoln r. T. A.-2:15, school. L. U. G. A.-Mrs. Ed O'Donnell. Harding P. T. A.-2:30, school, hoard at 3:30. Immanuel group Z-2:30, Mrs. Harold Allen, 419 lath S. E. Sorosis club-2:30, Mrs. Howard Jackson, 922 Madison N. W. Monroe-Washington P. T. A.-2:30, school. G. I. A. to B. L. E.-3, Moose hall. Garficld P. T. A.-7:30, school. Bundles for Britain-7:30, 814 Foresters building. Trinity Garficld circle-7:30, Mrs. J. A. Gravelie, 614 6th S. E. Baptist D. O. A.-7:45, Mrs. Waller Needham, 237 19th S. E. Grant Parent Education group-School. K. N. A.-8, Moose hall. Home Craft club-8, Manual Arts building. Women's Labor auxiliary-8, Labor hall. tYlhenian club-2:30. Mrs. W. B. Casey, 307 Pennsylvania S. E. Dorcas society-9, Corner of East gtate and Delaware, rummage and bake sale. SOX WOUMJED Iowa Falls--Mr. and Mrs. Lee Granzow received a letter from their son, Pfc. Richard Granzow, stating he had been wounded in action in Germany and that he is receiving treatment at a hospital in France. He was scrying with an infantry unit. No official word has been received by the family. Manly--Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Westly drove to Minneapolis after receiving a telegram from their son-in-law, Capt. D. H. McPeak, saying he would be there for a j couple of hours, enroute to a new | location. o WARNS Car Owners Who Do Not Heed This O P A Warning Run the Risk of Not Getting Mew Tires! 6.OO-16 1. Guaranteed Materials end Workmanship 2. Prompt Service 3. Famous Firestone Gear-Grip · Tread en Any Make Tire 4. Grade A Quality Camelback 5. Factory Methods Used 6. Extra Tread Depth for Longer Mileage We Loan You Tires While We Recap Yours 2nd AND SO. FEDERAL AYE. PHONE 766

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