The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1943 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 6, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, January 6, 1943
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, ,1343 Memorial Is Conducted at Meeting A memorial ceremony was bel Tuesday night at a stated meet mg of Unity Chapter No. 58 O E 5.,- with Mrs. R. J. Hughes, pas matron, presiding. The ceremony was conducte by the officers of the chapter i memory of Frank M. Smith Mr* Nelle McConnell, Mrs. A. c Kluck Mrs. Lucy Whitney ant Mrs A. H. Beecher. Mrs. Roge Kirk was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. C. W. Haase. Mrs. A. R. Lenz, past grand matron, was honored by having her framed photograph hung in the chapter room. The picture was the gift of Mrs. William Mahlstadt, worthy matron. Mrs Len?. gave a brief talk. Announcement was made o open installation of officers to be held Friday evening at 8 o'clock conducted by Mrs. Pearl May Fluegel, Charles City, worthj grand matron, assisted by pas matrons. p An invitation was received from Clear Lake to attend their installation of officers Thursday The annual report showed a membership of 380 members in Unity chapter. Christmas Giving Reported to Club Wa-Tan-Ye club met at noon luncheon at Hotel Hanford Tuesday and Miss Ethel Miller, president, announced the January evening meeting would be held Jan 20 at the home of Mrs. W. R. Hamilton at which time nomination of officers for the coming year wil be made. A letter from Miss Lucia O'Neil association board member, was read. Miss Doris Bruce, secretary of the Social Welfare league," reported on the expenditure of Wa- Tan-Ye's Christmas gift collection and also on the Community Christmas Cheer fund. The program consisted of current events given and commented on by different members of the club. Next noon luncheon will be Jan. 12 at Hotel Hanford. --o-.PHOENICIAN CLT7B CONDUCTS MEETING Phoenician club was entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Meredith Temple, 304 Vermont avenue southeast, and Miss Katherine Sheffler had the lesson reviewing "Convoy," by Quentin Reynolds. DIAMONDS Ady's Watch Shop 19 West State Phone 889 . ..,---,, , , , s_Moeth for Women's Organizations to Install Officers Engaged to Wed lUTR. AND MRS. J. D. MARTIN, 605 Delaware avenue northeast announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jean, to C. Ross Martin of Cedar Rapids, son of Mr and Mrs. C. B. Martin, 816 Massachusetts avenue southeast- He is ground instructor in the army air corps at Saxon field, Cedar Rapjds. (Jean Marsh Wright photo) WEDNESDAY V. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30, V. F. W. hall. A. A. U. W. book review-7:30, Hotel Hanford, reviews by Miss Frances Stevens, Mrs. S. L Rugland. loly Family circle-7:30, Mrs. Leo T. Danegy, 221 First street northwest, Mrs. William Rumelfanger assisting. Degree of Honor-8, Moose hall. Holsum Bridge club-7:15, Jefferson amber room, Mrs Richard Birkbeck. THURSDAY Eed Cross Volunteers-1 to 4:30, Lincoln school, sewin«- 1:15 to 4:15, 211 North Federal avenue and Roosevelt school and 7 to 9, 211 North Federal' surgical dressings. alk and Do club-1, Mrs. Ralph Dahlstrom, 809 Jackson avenue northwest. ast Noble Grands-2, I. O. O. F. hall. hild Evangelism fellowship 2, Y. W. C. A. N. A. Health club-2. Moose hall, Ifesley W. S. C. S.-2. general meeting-, installation of officers, board at 1:15. race Evangelical Ladies aid-2, group I, Mrs. B. O. Roderick, 1301 Adams avenue northwest group 2, Mrs. Noel T. DeWitt] FURNITURE NOW! See Our Fine Stock of LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM and DINING ROOM SUITES 12 MONTHS TO PAY TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 29 SECOND ST. S. E. MASON C ITY if. :J: · % i£ %; ^ 2607 Worth Federal avenue, 7:30 group 3, Mrs. W. H. Paxton. 130 Jefferson avenue northwest. Trinity Ladies aid-2:30, church parlors, Mmes. S. *.-, Sagen, H. Johnson, Ray Kellar entertainment committee. Hanford Ladies aid-Mrs. Earl Dean. ImmanucI north division-2:30, Mrs. E. J. Kenney, 20 Fifth street northwest. Portland W. C. T. U.-Mrs. Harry Davidson. Energetic class-Congregational church. Athenian club -Miss Margaret Kelly, 624 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, program, Mrs. J. D. Stoner, Mrs. M J. Fitzpatrick. East State Street club-2:30, Mrs. Ivan Barnes. IIS Kentucky avenue southeast Mmes. G. S. C. Andrick, Ear Ehlers, Paul Barclay, L. A Lysne, hostesses, lesson, Mrs Barney Sweeney. Mercy Nurses alumnae-3, Nurses home. B. P. W. club-6:30. Hotel Hanford, legislative program. Women of the Moose-8. Moose hall, reports by chairmen. Immanuel Martha society 8, Mrs. Sherman Wickre, 136 Twenty-fourth street southwest I. O. T. O.-8, I. O. O. O. F. hall. History club-12:30, Green Mill, Mrs. W Karl Hall, Mrs. S. A. O'Brien, hostesses, Red Cross work. Newcomers club-1:30, Y. W. C. A., dessert luncheon. O. T. club-2, Mrs. D. W. Grippen, Jr. 6 Eleventh street northeast, Mrs. Ray Seney, Jr., lesson. Sorosis club- Mrs. M. \V. Stephcnson, 314 Carolina avenue southeast Service Women-i 2. Madison school, to organize Madison unit. THOMAS-ROBERTSON CRESCO--Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Thomas of Cresco announce the marriage of their son. First Lt Earl' C. Thomas, to Miss June Robertson, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robertson, of Seattle Wash., performed Jan. 2 at Camp Claiborne, La., where Lt. Thomas is a member of the colonel's staff. Lt. Thomas is a native of Cresco a graduate of the Cresco high school, and now in the U. S. military service. OPTICAL NEED M A C E ' S Smith Optical Co. Congress Has Two Glamor Girls Now By PEGGY POOR United Press Staff Corresponden WASHINGTON, U.R--The 780 congress meeting Wednesday has the same number of women members--eight--as the last one, bit the addition of what one male member called two glamor girls may get the feminine contingen more publicity than ever before. The two new women members are Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce, (R- Conn.) who defeated a man to become probably the best-known congresswoman, and Miss Winifred C. Stanley, (R-N. Y.). So far, the only congressiona comment on the newcomers has been directed at their beauty * * * "They look like a couple of editors of a fashion magazine," one male member said. Mrs. Luce was a fashion editor at one time, before she became a playwright an foreign correspondent. Miss Stanley came to "congress through more usual political lines having been the first woman assistant district attorney in Erie county, New York. She almos nosed out Mrs. Luce for the glamor girl title Tuesday when cameramen set up shop on the capito steps to welcome new members. * * * Missing from the 78th congress Rep. Jeannette Rankin, (R- Mont.) who voted against declaration of war with Germany in 1917 and with Japan last year. She was succeeded by Mike Mansfield democrat. Other women house members all returning from last session, are Margaret Case Smith (R-Mainc) Frances P. Bolton (R-Ohio), Edilt Nourse Rogers (R-Mass.). Jessie Sumner (R-I11.), and Mary T Norton (D-N. J.) * * * This gives the republican women a six-to-one majority in the house, but the democrats have the senate contingent all to themselves, the only woman senatoi being Hattie W. Caraxvay of Arkansas. Mrs. Luce, after dodging the press on her arrival two days ago, held a press conference Tuesday and later visited other women members. To reporters who asked about her chances for a seat on the foreign affairs committee, a post she has expressed preference for, she replied that she would "abide by the rules." * * * Representatives B o l t o n and Rogers are members of the committee and Mrs. Luce's chances "or an appointment might be bet- :er if one of them gave up her seat, but Representative Bolton said things "were not handled that way." Mrs. Luce had one admirer al- ·eady in the feminine bloc. Rep- esentative Smith, who served as ler husband's secretary when he vas a representative and then ook his place in 1940, said "she's modern, just modern. And she ooks like a woman with a mind )f her own." "I like her looks," she added '"I ike her style." --o-JOINT INSTALLATION POSTPONED TO JAN. 21 The A. M. O. S. and L. O. T. O. pint installation scheduled for an. 7 has been potsponed to Jan. 1. A pot luck lunch will follow he meeting Thursday evening. .--o-- SBIRAL-HAUBER SPILLVILLE--The marriage of .Iden Sbiral, son of Mr. and Mrs. d Sbiral, and Eileen Hauber aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank iauber, was performed Jan. 4. Attendants were Kenneth Huber E Ft. Atkinson and Juanita auber of Calmar. A reception ·as held nt the bride's home. Mr. nd Mrs. Sbiral will reside on he bridegroom's father's farm. Jessie Maye Pierce Weds Frank Michalek MRS. FRANK MICHALEK Russell Photo Installing Ceremonies Conducted The Womans Relief corps me Tuesday in the V. F. W. hall for its regular session and installation o officers. Reports were given on Christmas Cheer baskets. In the reading of the general orders; it was statee the next department meeting o the Grand Army of the Republic will be held at Davenport, June 6. * * * A delegation from the Clear Lake corps, Tom Howard post were special guests of the loca corps. Mrs. Grace Cain, presiden of the Clear Lake corps, was installing officer. She was assisted by her four colorbearers: Mrs Francis Woodward, Mrs. Ollie Peterson, Mrs. Fred Funk and Mrs Claris Bartmess. Mrs. Neva Paulson was installing conductor. Newly installed officers are president, Mrs. C. E. Sherwood senior vice, Mrs. Nellie Chester junior vice, Mrs. Ida Slack; treasurer, Mrs. Erma Hewett; and guard, Mrs. Laura Hunt. Appointive officers are secretary Mrs. E. W. Lilley; chaplain, Mrs Lavina Whipple; conductor, Mrs Francis Tatum^ assistant conductor, Mrs. Jessie MonPleasure- patriotic instructor, Mrs. Emma Duncan; press correspondent, Miss Betty Russell; musician. Mrs. Hugh Stevens; color bearers, Mrs. Alfrec Burmeister, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Mrs. Marybell Schmitz and Mrs. Fred Warner. * * * A report was given by Mrs. Fred Sweeney, retiring president. A gift was presented to Mrs. Sweeney, aresentation being made by Mrs. Sherwood, newly installed president. Refreshments were S9rved by a committee composed of Mrs. Sarah Crawford, Mrs. Sweeney and Mrs. Sherwood. The next meeting will be held Jan. 9 by the circle with the newly elected officers serving on the refreshment committee. The local corps has accepted the nvitation from the Clear Lake corps to assist in the installation ceremonies on Jan. 8. In a candlelight ceremony at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Luther Pierce, 820 Ninth street northeast, M i s s Jessie Maye Pierce became the bride of Frank · J. Michalek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Michalek of Plymouth, the Rev. E. Sarchett, pastor of the Plymouth Methodist church, officiating. The processional and recessional were played by Mrs. Kermit Larson. Lorraine Cordle, niece of the bride, sang "Because," Fred and Dorothy Hunchis, cousins of the bridegroom, sang "I Love You Truly." Miss LaVaughn Pierce was her sister's bridesmaid and Glen E. Sheka, cousin of the bridegroom, was the bestman. The bride was attired in a street length powder blue crepe dress with matching accessories and wore a corsage of gardenias and rose buds. The bridesmaid wore a gold crepe dress with a corsage of golden Ophelia roses. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Michalek, * mothers of the couple, wore dark blue dresses and corsages of red roses. Vows were exchanged beneath an arch of blue and silver bells lighted by candles. * * * Following" the ceremony, a reception was held at the bride's home. Mrs. J. H. Baker of Osage aunt of the bride, poured. Out-of-town guests were Mr and Mrs. Hay Feltis of Renwick Mrs. Delia Winn of Castalia, Mrs J. H. Baker of Osage, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheka and Audrey Sheka of Grafton, Mr. and Mrs Fred Hunchis and Mary Ann Hunchis, Mrs. Mary Hunchis, Miss Dorothy Hunchis, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Michalek, Miss Goldie Michalek and Mrs. Gunnar Overgaard, all of Plymouth. The bride is a graduate of the Mason City high school and attended junior college and Iowa State Teachers college. She has taught m Worth and Cerro Gordo counties. The bridegroom is a graduate of Iowa State college at Ames and is affiliated with Pi Kappa Phi social fraternity and Block and Bridle, honorary society. He is employed as fire inspector for the Fanners Mutual Reinsurance Association of Grinnell. And they will make their home at Lake Citv following a short wedding trip NCNPARIEL CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Nonpariel club met Tuesday vith Mrs. G. Cory in the Adams partment and bridge prizes went o Mrs. H. C. Arvidson, Mrs. Roland Keeler and Mrs. Harry Meleney. Lunch was served and the next meeting announced for Jan. 9 at the home of Mrs. Arvidson, 21 Third street northwest. TT doesn't take a fortune to A make a child happy--little Ihings often make a big impression, and you can give your child a lasting memory if you make her this love ot a frock, plus the dollie dressed in a frock lust like her own. The doll and ler dress come in one pattern; he child's dress in another. Make them, have fun while you're doing it. and feel doubly repaid when you see the shine n her eyes! Style No. 2005 is designed for sizes 2, 4, 6, 8 and Iff. Size 4 requires 1'.; yards 35-inch fabric with 2^:, yards braid for the dress, or 2'/n yards for dress and panties. Style No. 2004 comes in one size and includes rag doll (13 nches) and complete set of clothes, one dress matching child's dress above, requiring 111 yard 35-inch fabric with 1% yards braid. Send lac {plus Ic to cover cost of mailing) for pattern. Write your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. Spring is nearer than you hink! and the Spring Fashion 3ook is ready. Twenty-four pages of alluring pattern designs. Send for it now and get he full benefit of its sugges- ions for a sane and successful spring wardrobe. Price 15c--or ust 10c when- ordered with a pattern. Address Pattern Department Globe-Gazette, 121 West 19th street, New York, N. Y. Catholic Foresters Name New Officers to Fill Vacancies Women's Catholic Order of Foresters met at the Cerro Gordo hotel Tuesday evening at 6:30 for dinner, followed by a business *f s ? to . n at which Mrs. Henry Hebel was named chief ranger to succeed Mrs. W. A. Pepin who is moving to Iron Mountain, Mich and Mrs. Harold Casey, vice chief ranger to succeed Mrs. Bradley Seaton who is moving to St. Paul. Uifts were presented to Mrs Pepin and Mrs. Seaton. Cards were played with prizes going to Mrs. L. H. Green, contract; Mrs. Harold Stackhouse, auction; and Mrs. Ben Brasser, 500 The next meeting will be Feb 2 with Mrs. Maxine Zieman, Mrs BITS ABOUT 'EM n f ; Arbuckle a n d s o n of Waterloo have been visitin" Mrs. Arbuckle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Friesner, 246 Cres- M » i ' - e n o w holds the rank of lieutenant senior grade in the navy and is stationed at Providence, R. I. He is a veteran of the first World war. Curtis Friesner has returned to officers' candidate school at Fort Benning, Ga., after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friesner, and his wife * * * Mrs. Earl W. Maves, 214 Thirteenth street northeast, is spending several weeks with her sisters, Mrs. G. E. Folsom, Quincy 111 and Jfrs. F. A. McCole, Cham-' aign, 111. * * * Clair Mellang and his roommate, Kay Hoffman, son or Dr. and Mrs Jim Hoffman of DCS Moines, have left for Iowa City to resume their studies after spending the holidays with relatives in Mason City and Des Moines * * * Mrs. Leo Kurtz, who is leaving soon for St. Paul to make her home, was honored at a farewell party and handkerchief shower ;iven Wednesday afternoon at the lome of Mrs. Keith Byers, 211. Rhode Island avenue southeast. . $2.25 up PERMANENT WAVES Machine Permanent* $1.65 up Machineless Permanent*. . , Inecfo-Clat'rol Roux Dyes $2.00 Shampoo, Hair Style, Sylk Rinse 50c LA' JAMES COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE Licensed end Approved by the State Board of Health and Iowa Cosmetology Hoard of Examiners 12 First N. W. Phone 974 , Open From 9:M 'to 6:W Plans Wedding Mrs. Ira Finch, 801 North Federal avenue, announces the engagement of her daughter, Grace Elaine, to Cecil L. Blank of Britt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blank. The wedding will take place Jan. 10. (Kirk photo) Victor Vansteenburg Weds Violet Gallion at Salem Parsonage MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. William Gallion of Manly announce the marriage of their daughter, Violet, to Pvt. Victor A. Vansteen- burg of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vanstenburg of Jacobsen, Minn., performed in tile Salem Lutheran parsonage in Albert Lea, Minn., on Jon. 4, with the Rev. W. J. Stromburg officiating. Attending the couple were Hazel Gallion, sister of the bride, and Barton J. Vansteenburg, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was attired in an copen blue street length dress with a darker blue hat. She wore a gold bracelet belonging to her mother and a gold locket, an engagement gift from the bridegroom. The bridesmaid wore, a dark blue dress and contrasting blue hat. The bride is a graduate of the Manly high school and the bridegroom of the McGregor,., Minn., high school. Private Vansteenburg is here on furlough, after which rie will return to Fort Leonard Wood. Mrs. Vansteenburg will remain at the home of her parents for the time being. --o-- EVERETT BEISEL · HONORED AT PARTY Everett Reinhardt Beisel was honored at a farewell party held at the home of his parents, 712 Jackson avenue northwest, Tuesday. Refreshments were served bv the hostesses, Mrs. George Beisel and Mrs. Nick Venechuk, Jr., and gifts were presented to the honoree who left for the army following the party. Mrs. Leake Is President of Auxiliary Officers were installed at the meeting of the Women's Labor auxiliary Tuesday in Labor hall, with Mrs. H. L. Leake taking up her duties as president. Mrs. H. A. Kueck was installed as vice president, Mrs. Ben Harrenstein as secretary; Mrs. Clarence Herr, treasurer; Mrs John Gravelie, chaplain; Mrs. Adrian Hart, conductress; Mrs. Harry Ellett, assistant conductress; Mrs Walter Bohnsaek, guardian, and Mrs. Charles Brack, musician Mrs. Fred Bohnsaek was named delegate to the trades and labor assembly, Mrs. Hart, publicity chairman; Mrs. Don Ritter, Mrs. Walter Bohnsaek and Mrs. Bernard Leath, ways and means committee; Mrs. Fritz Frid, Mrs. Bert Atkins and Mrs. Art Lester, relief; Mrs. James Leake, sick; and Mrs. Bernard Leath and Mrs. Art Lester, trustees for three and one year, respectively. Mrs. Sid McKenzy, past president, installed the officers. Mrs Fred Bohnsaek was the retiring president. A vote of thanks was given the retiring officers for their work. New Officers to Be Installed by Women of Wesley Church New officers for Wesley's Woman's Society of Christian Service will be installed in the sanctuary of the church Thursday afternoon at 2 p. m. The service will be conducted by the minister, assisted by Mrs. Ruth Hines at the organ. The new officers are Mrs. E F.' Bowers, president; Mrs. W. L. Thomas, vice-president; Mrs. H. C. Grupp, corresponding secretary- Mrs. R. p. Anderson, recording secretary; Mrs. L. Simmer, treasurer. Some 32 chairmen of committees and group leaders will be dedicated to their respective tasks at the altar of the church. For the first time, a printed year book with the names of officers, circle leaders, subjects to be discussed by the group and hostesses will be presented members of the society. Following the service of installation, a tea will be served in the Fellowship hall. --o-Maydell Crawford Weds Donald May Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crawford, Twelfth street northeast, announce the marriage of their daughter, Maydell, to Donald May, son of Mr, and Mrs. J. May, 517 Washington avenue southwest, which took place Nov. 7 in Glendale, Minn. The couple is at home at 318 Sixth street northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Engleman attended them. CHILDREN LIKE VICKLAX Vicks New Child Laxative! "»«MTIVE fKHTS! Cocoa a^rc VIChLAX tastes so goat children ton t ccen. realize ihty arc taking a lazalivc. They aty--"Cee. this taslcs like n tiacll chocolate drink!" HERE'S VICKUX--the modern, cocoa flavored laxative recommended by the makers of famous Vlcks VapoHub. For better protection VICKLAX coaies in individual, sanitary, economical, "measured dose" envelopes. Just mix with milk or water. VICKLAX In recommended dosages is gentle enough for 1 year olds--effective enough for 12 year olds. Buy VICKLAX at your drug store today Use according to directions. If you do not agree it is superior to any cWId laxative you ever used. lull purchase price will be refunded upon return or the unused contents. Savings in Fur-Trimmed Coats Beautiful needlepoint and novelty wool coats, trimmed with long-wearing, luxurious fur c o l l a r s . Fully interlined to give added warmth without extra weight. Alf at reduced prices as low as-'29 95 "SK TOO TOMORROW"

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page