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10 THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915 ~~ S ****«^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE of. V.F.W. Plans Made for Future Gatherings Members · of the Veterans o Foreign Wars auxiliary met a their home Wednesday evening fo their monthly meeting with th president, Mrs. Fern Shaver, pre siding. Initiation rites were given t Myrna DeWitt, Clarabelle Went worth, Geraldine Dohaghy, Mrs Ray Kittleson and Mrs, J. R. Hillis Reports .were given by chair men, Mrs. James Edgington, hos pital chairman, announcing that 6 pillow tops, candy, playing card; and sewn rags had been sent ti the veterans' hospital for Christ mas. Mrs. Louie Terhufen reported for hospitality for the boys ii service and Mrs. Minnie Schroe der, canteen. Mrs. Mollie Carlson Mrs. William Harrington and Mrs B. N. Dilts volunteered to work a the Canteen next week. Mrs. Ar nold Tilton reported for-the sick and flower committee; Mrs. Harrington, membership;: Mrs. Ed Pearson, rehabilitation; and Mrs · Anita Nelson, Red Cross. Mrs. Nel son stressed the blood 'unit whicl will be here soon and urged- al members to sign up for blood do nations.'' : . Mrs. Elmer Person, girls uni adviser, announced that plans ar being made by the girls for a carnival for the last of February Mrs. Shaver announced a pa triotic tea to be held in February and appointed -Mrs. Emma Dun can, general chairman; Mrs. John P.inta, refreshments chairman with Mrs. J. R. Hillis, Mrs.-Ann Hazelton, June Dixon, Mrs.-Rich ard Newman and Mrs. Lloyd Morris assisting. All patriotic order are io be invited. The auxiliary voted to give $5i to the Cerro Gortfb' county 'vet erans service committee for re habilitation of returning veterans A district meeting was an nounced to be held at Waterloi Feb. 4 and announcement wa: made of dances held every Sat urday evening for members of the post and auxiliary.'The audit committee: Mrs. Robert Macket- Mrs Otto Engebretson and Mrs Elmer Zeigler will meet this month for the auditing of the books. A sewing bee ;was announced for Wednesday evening, Jan 17 at the home of Mrs. Clint Mott MJSS Helen Mott will assist her Mrs. Edgington, hospital chairman, urged all.members to attend Following the meeting, lunch was served by Mrs. Harry Ditch Mrs. Leslie Angel], Mrs. Julia Borach, Mrs. GustaveAugustadt. and Mrs. Frank Burgart. : The .next monthly rneetirig \viu be held Wednesday-evening,-'Fefa- 14. The girls' urnl/wai'meet lues" day evening,, Jahi 1 .23-*'£''£-,.-- Y. -· ~ MILWAUKEE DINNER TO BE FRIDAY A Milwaukee road dinner and v r % £? rt: ?0 vm ' be «eld'at the V. F. W. club Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The dinner Is open to the pubhc. EASE MISERY OF OHIO'S COLD Unit ENGAGED TO WED--Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Humiston, 321 5th S. W., announce the engagement of their daughter, Harriet Helen to Gordon E. Rentz, Mo. M. M. 3-C, of Britt. No date has been set for the wedding. Child Labor Is Studied by W.C.T.U. Woman's Christian Temperanc Union met with Miss Minnie Lien 113% N. Federal, Wednesday aft ernoon. Miss Lien presided Mrs August Johnson had charge of th program. Mrs. Lulu Kislia led devotion d Prayer. Mrs. Lulu Gaffne cited the work of Miss Elizabet A, Smart, official representativ of the National W.C.T.U wh links "The Lillian Stevens Fund with the legislation in Washing ton, D. C. Mrs. Gaffney said edu cation is the main objective-of th W.C.T.U. Miss Betty Russell led the stud of the child labor laws and sai some authors have labeled it a a relic of the dark ages. Mis Russell said the child labor stand ards of some states are equal t or higher than the standard o the federal law and any amend ment to the United States con stitution must 'be ratified by three-fourths of the states before )t becomes valid. Mrs. Johnson gave a reading The Great Delusion." Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Johnson and Mrs John'Robinson. The next meeting will be a Francis Willard tea at the home of Mrs. L. T. Hawkins, 109 Jef ferson N. W. There were 28 pres · -. . , ; Officers Named y Woodmen Circle Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove Vo. 135 met "With Mrs. F. L. Curtis Wednesday for election of officers Mrs. Henry Smith was elected ast guardian; Mrs. A. C. Com- tock, guard; Mrs. William Buck, dviser; Mrs. F. L. Curtis, finan- lal secretary; Mrs. Lucy Waldon haplain; Mrs. -James Edgington; ftendant; Mrs. Amelia Holly, in- er sentinel. Refreshments were served by he hostess. The next meeting will e Feb. 14. /our Own Cough Syrup. It's Fine Quick, Comforting Belief. Saves Money. Easily Mixed. bottle, and add your syrup. Thus you make a full pint ot really splendid cough medicine and you get about This well-known medicine, mixed to??HrJ5 ne a ? d , you S« about in your own kitchen, costsmtleTbut T? - tol63 a?,TM 1 "* tor your money. It gives delightful, swift-acttog-reUef «,£ "*'"!??,?' Usta a femUy a Jon * from courts /?·,«*» -t.^T^Ff 6 ." 61 tn» and cMdren love its taste. " ~* · -- -·--"o**«-*-***r i" M-L-ojuiuig reuei trom coughs flue to colds. It takes out a. moment to prepare--it's so easy achiiacoulddoit, ItsavesrealmoneV Moke a syrup by stirrinff 2 cu»a eranulated sugar and 1 cup of water a few momehts until dissolved. No cooking is needed.: Or you can USB corn syrup -or liquid-loaey.. OI sugar syrup. TiEO get 2Ji · ·ny druggist. time and ciUdren love its taste. And for quick, blessed relief, you'll say it is trulywoniJerful. It has a remarkable action. Itloosenstho phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes, and helps clear, the ajr passages. Plnex is a special compound of in Ingredients, in concentrated -well-known · for its prompt In coughs and bronchial Irrt- -----» Money refunded if It doesn't pleas* you Ja every way. Encampment New Officers Are Installed Anchor Encampment No. 102 an Ladies Encampment auxiliary No 8 held joint installation in the O.. O. F. hall Wednesday evenin \yhen Charles Crumb, deput grand patriarch, and Mrs. G. J Angell, deputy grand matriarch were in charge. Harry Van Everj and Mrs. George. Wendt were th deputy junior wardens. Mrs. Frank V. Brose was in stalled chief matriarch and G. H Angell, chief patriarch. Other of ficers installed in the auxiliary were Mrs: 'Charles Gooch, pas" chief matriarch; Mrs. O. C. Gund lach, high priestess; Mrs. C. G Viall, senior warden; Mrs. Loui Campbell, scribe; Mrs. G. H: An gell, treasurer; Mrs. Maynard Fes senden, junior warden; Mrs. Way man Closson, guide. Mrs. George Wendt and Mrs fi P. Gardner were installed as aide to the chief matriarch; Mrs. F. I Elliott and Mrs. Jack Farrer, aide to the senior warden; Mrs..A. D Diercks and Mrs. Gilbert Randall aide's.tothe high priestess; "Mrs Harry Dolter, inner guard; Mrs Maide Maxson, outer guard; Mr; Etta Fowler, musician. Officers of Anchor Encampmen No. 102 who were installed ar Jack Farrer, past chief patriarch C.'A. Sears, high priest; Frank Brookings, senior warden; Frank Burris, recording scribe; Wayman Closson, financial scribe; C. W Harris, treasurer; Tom Needham junior warden; Louie Campbell guide; C. H. Brunner, F. H- Elliott Sivert Randall and Virgil Burns watches; Gilbert Randall, inne sentinal; O. H. Pederson, oute sentinal; Elmer Martin and Her Meeker, guards of the tent On the installing staff were Mr and Mrs, G. G. Weida; Mmes Ar thur Geissmar, Sid Bemis, Elme Martin, H. P. Gardner, and F "E Elliott and O. F. Repp, George Van Every, Bert Winter and C.' C Brunner. Short talks were given by the installing officers and the newly installed officers. Mrs. John Frenzen, grand matriarch of Iowa talked as did Mr. Frenzen pas grand patriarch. Mrs. Angell presented Mrs. Gooch a past officers pin from the auxiliary. Refreshments were served in the dining room by Mrs. Nellie Ulrick and her committee. Hutchins Resident Married in England .Hutchins--Word has been received here of the marriage Dec.2 of-'Sgt. Francis J. Dore, T/l, foster son of Mrs. Lorraine Spangler and Miss Doreen Lillian Howies daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard rlolmes of Harrow Road, Newport Sngland, which took place in St Mary's cathedral. Because of the bride's expressed desire for an "American wedding" irrangements were made at the D. C. Lundberg women's apparel ·hop. Mason City, for the purchase and . shipment to London of the wedding gown. It was fashioned of white bridal satin with train and trimmed with shadow lace and seed pearls. The bride's veil was one worn by her grandmother at her wedding years ago. The veddmg dinner was served at the home of the .bride's parents · " They are living in an apartment n London. Before being called nto service, the bridegroom''was n the army reserve. He trained at San Pedro, Cal., and in New York tate. He.is a radio inspector Sgt. Dore lived here with Mrs. .pangler for about 15 years. He ttended Britt high school follow- ng his rural school education. MARRIAGE LICENSES SSBED AT CLARION Clarion--M.-.rriage licenses have een issued to Alvin Dorenkamp Selmond, and Margaret Soroa Canawha; Duane L. Field and Ardith Sen i pull, both of G old field · Albert W. Blow. Waupun Wis' nd June Azeltine o£ Rowan. Before 1001, Swedish ; rulers ere known as Kings of Upsala. 7.95 " VJ-i:£Li: Sophisticated "dolly' sandal of mirror patent... W i1h a crossed vamp half perf'aV half plain. pleasantly set on a charming ·wedge and baby heel.. Shoe Department -- Street Floor Mason City WAVE Goes to Hawaii MASON CITY AN WEDS IN ENGLAND-Miss Dorothy Stanhope of Cambridge, England, arid Capt. Kenneth E. Bruner, son of Mr and Mrs. H. H. Bruner, 21 Vermont S. E., Mason City an 8th Air Force ^?^tt^5«^a ffiScSs " ~ ^Cambridge. He is a member of the 781h fighter group, a P-47 Thunderbolt unit, commanded by Col. Frederic C..'Gray, Abilene Tex. The ceremony was held at St Andrews church, Old Chesterton parish, in Cambridge. Miss Stanhope's father gave her in marriage. With nearly as much secrecy as Miss Kathleen Phillies the surrounds the embarkation o£ bride's htlf steter was maid of armed troops lor overseas duty, 10 honor. ' Bridesmaids were "' " ^ ^n4 0 nV n R L ^vrU berS3 So^^oTh ^^SSS Naval Reserve, sailed recently Capt. John Lingenfelter of Pas a from a west coast port for duty in dena, Cal was best man Hawaii. The group constituted the - -' ' first contingent of Navy women to sail for overseas duty, the vanguard of approximately 5,000 women who have been requested by various Naval activities in the 14th Naval District. Included in the contingent was Miss Harriet A. Evans, S-l-C, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, L H Evans, 248 6th S. E. Miss Evans t_ »_ i ' _ who has been serving as a hospital corpsman at Bunker Hill, Ind., entered the WAVES in November, 1943. There ^vere no scenes of tearful goodbyes or other similar peacetime sailing scenss as the uniformed women boarded their troopship. Only a Navy band and port director officers were on the docks to bid the women farewell, their sailing date kept secret to insure safe passage for the big ship which transported them. The loading of America's first overseas navy women was carried out methodically and quickly. Prior to their embarkation shortly after Christmas, the 213 women had been trained for their new duties at a nearby west coast navy distribution center. The ma- lOrity of these women will replace men for assignments with the fleet or for return to the United States under the rotation program.. Included among the 10 officers were a medical officer, a technical medical specialist, and 2 supply officers. The enlisted women cdm- msed ratings in most of the 30 ields in which they are needed by naval activities in the 14th naval district. They came from nearly, every state in the Union, and many of them were traveling away from continental United States for the first time. William Abemethy Married in Florida o Roberta Gammon T ' ^Mr. and Mrs. William Lamar Jammon of Marianna, Fla., announce the marriage of their daughter, Roberta Carter, to Lt. Villiam James. Abernethy, formerly of Tracy| Minn., and Mason "ity, performed Jan. 8. Miss Gammon who is a niece f Dr. Julian Gammon ol Jack- onville, Fla., is a graduate of "lorida State College for Women vhere she was a member of Chi Omega fraternity. Lt. Abernethy received his ommission in 1942 at Miami and now stationed at Marianna Army Air Field, Before going into ervice, he \vas employed by the Chicago and Northwestern Rail- oad. --o-- x Painting on canvas was known n Rome as early as 66 A. D. GET SLIMMER i WITHOUT EXERCISE Lose weight the 2.25 /or a month's supply Don't wear yourself' out with tiresome exercises! Don't giva up all the foods you like. In clinical tests conducted by medical doctors more than 100 persons lost 14 to 15 Ibs. average in 'a few weeks with AYDS Vitamin Candy Reducing plan. Try it yourself. Phone I D A M O N ' S After the wedding a reception was held for service and civilian friends of the 2 at a club in downtown Cambridge. 'The couple spent their honeymoon at a seaside resort in Devon, on England's southwest coast. Captain B r u n e r supervises chemical warfare training of all personnel on the base. He is responsible for the safe storage of incendiary bombs and their loading on Thunderbolts. His section handles impregnated clothing gas masks and other safety devices He was educated at Mason city high school, and at Iowa State college, Ames. He received the bachelor of- science degree in chemical engineering from the latter m 1942. He has been overseas more than 2 years. He was promoted to captain in September, 1 943 , 10 CLUB MEETING HELD . Loyal 10 club met with Mrs. L. H. Greene, 408 5th N. W., Wednesday and following the business session, bridge was played with prizes going to Mrs. Beecher Hale Mrs. Lee Roberts and Mrs. George Simkms. Lunch, was served. Popejoy-- Betty Griffen of Garner, visited, several days in the Fred Griffen home. Jan. 25 Set for Annual Y. Meeting Jan. 25 is the date set for the annual meeting of the Young W o m e n ' s Christian Association and Mrs. Helen L. Vandenburg of Boyden will be the speaker. This will be a dinner meeting ind the business will include announcement of the election of new members of the Y. W. board of directors. The nominating committee met Wednesday at the Y. and selected a slate of nominees and ballots wall be mailed out to the membership to be voted on and returned to the Y. W. Mrs. W. R. Hamilton is 'chairman of the nominating committee which includes Mrs. F. W. Vorhies, Mrs. E. O. Babcock, Mrs. Ray Pauley and Mrs, R. E. Nyquist. The electors will choose 7 new directors for the board and a nominating committee .to act next year. --o-Rush-Ernst Wedding Is Held in Santa Ana Decorah--At the Marine chapel in Santa Ana, Cal., Jan, 13, Miss Shirley Ernst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ernst of Decorah, and Sgt. Thomas Rush, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rush, Cresco, will be married. The bride-to-be left Tuesday for California. She is a graduate of Decorah high school, and has been employed by Northwest Airways in St. Paul. , Sgt." Rush has been in the marine corps during the past 3 years, and returned in October from 18 months' service in the South Pacific. He is. now stationed at El Toro marine corps air station near Santa Aria. lowans Are Married in Los Angeles, Cal. West Union--Mr. and Mrs. -Andrew Kloster, Ossian, have received word of the marriage of their daughter, Arlene, to Staff Sgt. Francis G. Watne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Watne, Postville, which took place Dec. 31 at Our Saviors Lutheran church at Los Angeles, Cal. The Rev. J. William Carlson read the single ring service. Attendants were Miss Agnes Kloster, sister of the bride and Pfc. Karl E. Dickinson, both of Los Angeles. Following the ceremony a, wedding supper was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Johnson. They will make their home at Santa' ; Ana, Cal. The bridegroom has just returned after 15 months at Guadalcanal, --o-BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Youngblood, % Delaware S. E., have arrived home from Los Angeles where they attended the wedding of their son, Lt. (jg) J. B. Youngblood, Jr., and visited their daughter, Mrs. James Leon Jewett, at Westwood, Los Angeles. ,Miss Laverna Morris of North Hollywood, Cal., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Morris, route 2 Rockford, has left for Iowa City to accept an appointment from the University hospital She will study in the department of radiology. Plymouth--Mr. and Mrs C A Anderson left for a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev and Mrs. Erwin Wedel at Jackson Miss. Backbone of your wardrobe, a simple, smartly tailored 2-piece dress that you can make in a va- 1 riety of fabrics. Wear it now'un- der your coat, or by itself in the pring. No. 3693 is cut in sizes 12 14 16, 18, 20, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 4s' Size 36 requires 3% yards 39-inch fabric. Send 16c for Pattern, which in- :ludes complete sewing guide Print your Name, Address and Style Number plainly. Be sure to state size you wish. Include postal unit or zone number in your address. The Winter Fashion Book, confining 175 pattern designs of smart clothes for all ages, all sizes and - all qccasions, is beautifully illustrated in full color. Price 15c a copy. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th SI Nexv York 11, N. Y. A r r " i ' - ' u r ' l h ° y " ' e _ Cream Deodorant Safely helps Stop Perspiration Docs not irritate skin. Docs not roc dr«se$ or men's shins. Prevents undet-attn odor. Helps stop perspititioci safely. Apute,white,antiseptic,suin- less vanishing cream. No wiiting to dry. dm be used right after shaving. Awarded Approval Seal of American Institute of Latmdcr- ing -- harmless to fabric. Use Arrid regularly. TNI LMCOT SIUIIW MODOt ANT The meeting was opened with? i i, the singing of "The Star Spanglel ft^S" ^wfd the aXSKi' WEDDING PLANNED 4- Carl Woiwod of Garner announces the approaching marriage oE his daughter, Vera Ruth, to Cpl. Fred Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Weiss ot Selby, S. Dak which will take place Sunday evening, Jan. 14 at 7 o'clock in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Garner. business session, Mrs', --- ----.-.jon introduced Mrs M*\: Badker, program chairman The 1 ' president's message was read by' M , rs - E Allen. Miss Alma'Part-^ SS* ·SS.te: 5th S* 1 *? Save a ;' Former Mason City Couple to Observe 50th Anniversary January 23 will mark the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. Verner Tofflemire, formerly of Mason City. They were married at the home of Mr. Tofflemire's parents by the Rev. Mr. Wilcox of the Congregational church. They now reside at'Aptos, Cal., R. R. I., box 683. Their daughter is planing a card shower in their honor in order to connect the occasion with their old friends. An open house at Aptos on Jan 21 is also planned. --o-- SMITH-HUKK Dooeherty--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Alden announce the marriage "of their son, Donald Raymond Smith AMM 1/c, stationed at the navy air base at Ottumwa, on Jan 10 to Miss Betty Hurr of Audubon. The marriage took place in Ottumwa where they will make their home. . Miss Tesene Gives Talk at Madison esene talked on "The Health ol Our Children," using charts onAi) nutntion and vitamin! to illustrate Sf»« ? ise f. sion - She distributed' A eaflets which would be helpful to " in planning nu Miss Tesene's,talk was followed by the penny march and after the program, lunch was served by the 5th grade mothers. Flatness-Lonergan Wedding Announced Miss Bertha Lonergan, daughtel Mr.- and Mrs. Lloyd Lonergai^ U.L Orchard, became the bride o'; timer Flatness, son of Martiiv Flatness of Northwood, Jan 4 thA Rev. A. M. Rogness officiating *i The couple was attended by Mr? and Mrs. Chester Ebbers. The' bnde was attired in a pale blue- wool suit and wore a corsage o'i red roses and white carnations' ine bridesmaid's dress was rose colored and a corsage of red roses and white carnations. Both Mr. and Mrs. Flatness are employed at Jacob E. Decker i --o_ ESTREM-WANGSNESS Decorah_The marriage of Miss .Beatrice Wangsness, daughter of Mrs. Hannah Wangsness, and Joseph Estrem was solemnized by the Rev. T. A. Hoff Jan. 7 at the parsonage of the First Lutheran church. They were attended by Miss Elva Wangsness and Adolph Estrem. Their home will be on the Wangsness farm. --o-George Washington vetoes only two bills during his presidency. :kill that fishy smell ODAC FRESH AIR VAPORIZER fa tomatic, eonfrntfout dadar)1ng. Killf odan as !h« otitt. n TM - - , tiu«as. ·awiau. waneiB. an mntnn auts, rot in nuaitn Aft SPRAY Do you hate to fry fish bjc-use it smells up the house? Then use Odac Fresh Air Spray ... see how it Vius odors from cooking, stale tobacco smoke, poor ventilation,in30secondg. Does not dlsguiseodots, but actually destroys odor-carrying molecules. Economical, safe, sure. Mention D.ol.rt; DFifribuftd iy G-J. Timmerrnann i Co. Ill Western Ave., Davenport, la. January Clearance Drastic Reductions on House Dresses House Coats Lounging Robes Aprons 26 - 28 East State St. T ! .._ f~i ·

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